Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 25, 1861, Page 6

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 25, 1861 Page 6
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6 SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMAIiBH. Ahituation WaNTEIV-BY an elderly j.ai>v, coming Troiu Rotterdam, Holland, us ninue; 1? willing *<> wake herself generally useful. not I???iii4f afraid of work; good references. Cull at ttao corner of State and Hoyt sis., over the mcIiohI , Brooklyn. AaiilK, WASIIEK an!) IRONIK?A IUCKi'BCTABIJI young woman wishes ? *h .atiourskood plant cook, Washer and Ironer, or would do general housework in a frlvalo family. Tito l>"st oi r ferenees given from Iter Jtronout eutpioycr. Cm he aw-n at No. 0 Soroud pluco, Monday and Tuesday from 10 to a. j T WISH TO OltTAJN?EOR an inteujgent AM Kit! j 1 ran gfrJ, 2i years i'i a summon as umiu h nurse or chambermaid; she will l>? found * valuable per on for any lady requiring hor services. itefflrenctn giri o. Adilmw Mrs- liaveujiort, box 182 Herald oifloe. SBtMTION WANTKV-TO DO QEHKRAL BOOSEwork, l>y a smart, respectable English girl, who in a nice plain cook, washer and ironor; neat, obliging and at toutivo to hor duties, and liot afraid of work; wages $8 per monlli. Apply at 10 Tillary at.. Brooklyn. Wa NTKI)?SITUATION, BY AN AMEBICAN Woman , of Hoainatrose iii it gentleman's family, either hi the city or country; ran do all kinds of sewing. The Ik hi rofoi riico can be givou. Call at 152 West 20tU at. *lriIllidT\VA<iKS it KQI '1 Ki:i?A 111 KM AN f 11 HI. UK fV line education wants a situation in a very gen tool American family can render liar services in th liucst stylo of working: no common work accepted. Kefcrences given and required. Address ('. 1). A. K.. Herald oll.ee. xi ViVTi'i, i verve u-i.'t r Litneenm * lev w ivanis to find n funnily going to California who would 1?' vvilliug tn pay her jau I uf her passage, fur which he would assist tlic liuty or lake euro of one or I wo children. Best reference* given. Apply at 140 Atlantic st., Brooklyn. SITUATIONS WAltTBD-HALK^. COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG i man who understands his buskue*s; ha* had many years experience; in u good and careful driver; has hud much xpirleuee in the grooming and treatment of horse*; would lake a groom a place; will bo found willing to make bun.-ell useful: good reference; no objection to the country. Address K. I'., box 181 Herald olljt e. 111LP W A \TK 1)?FK.'I A LBS. A Vol N(1 LADY OF ABILITY, t.'OOD T.lSi'F AND an umpli: and. wanted to take charge of a millinery establishment In a Western city; such a person ran hear of a good ml nation and u permanent liomo by addressing Wesu-rn. box lid Herald ollice, when and where an interview can bo had on Monday, August 2(1. A I..\ I. V. WHO IB CAPABLE OF SUPERINTENDING a. a household and taking t barge of a buy four years' kl. con lienrof a pleasant and profitable home by addr< staf for two days Wood land. Ik>x RU Herald othce, whon and where an interview eon be lmd. SEAMSTRKFS WANTED?ONE WHO CAN CUT AN 1) KIT children's dn sses, and can come well recommended. Apply at 2C1 (ireene street, from 10 to 12 o'clock Monday. QERVANfS WAN I ED.?SKVKJt.U. OOOb ltESI'i'X TAjj hie servants, nooks, tea-hers and ironers, ohamliermauls, waiters, nurses, seamstresses and girls for general housework aro wanted immediately ju gentlemen's families just returned from the country. Apply at 10 Tillary at., Brooklyn. WANTED?IN A PRIVATE FAMII.Y, A OOOI) COOK and Orel rate washer and Ironcr; also an active cksmborenaid and waitress who understands her business. City references required. Apply to-morrow (Monday) at 248 West 15th St., from 10 A. M. to 2 I*. M. I1WU' WANTEU?MAL.ES. BOY WANTED?A SMART ACHVE LAD, FROM 16 TO 18 years of age, in a tlrst class domestic dry goods commission house, where an excellent o|i|iortiinity will be given for learning the business and for future advancement. Salary lor iirst yeur small. Address box 1,128 Post eftlee, N. Y., giving all particular* as to age. reference, &e. WANT KB?A CXERK FOR A RAILROAD TICKET OFlice, two clerks for grocery stores, three porters, two boy* for trades, six men for steamers and lour girls to travel. Positions procured for conductors, bookkeepers, &o. Apply at No. ? Chatham square. TUB TRADES. r? raOTOGRAPIlEBS. ?A YOUNG ARTIST IN WATER colors, also an operator ami photographer, in which ho lias had long cxie.iouco, wishes employment on low terms. Address or cull on E. B. 1). Julio, No, Bust Grain I St., New York. Wanted?hands upon military work. good stitchers and litters can find emplovinent in this ity upon application to Sproulis, Mocker* 4c Ou., No. 27 Chambers st. WANTED?A SITUATION TO TAKE CHARGE OF bread baking, l>y a person who has had long cxforieuce; tho country preferred. Address Maker, Iioiaid ?Oce. WANTED 1MMEDIATEI.Y?MEN TO MAKE KNAR sucks. Apply at 65 East 25th st. _ EXCURSIONS. CHEAP EXCURSION TO CAMPS ON STATKN ISLAND ? Fare six cents by Staton Island furry, foot of Whitehall street , between the battery and South ferry. Guide to camps:?To reach regiments of New York Hi lies, Hritish Volunteers. Mechanics and Artizens' Empire Zouaves, aud Yates Kilies, ail at Camp Washington; Scott Rilles and Ira Harris Guard cavalry, at Silver Lake; Third Irish Volunteers, at Camp Carrigan, Old Quarantine Ground, ami Oimemn Light Infantry, at Camp Morrison?leavo steamboat at first landing. Boats leave every hour from 4 A. if. to 7 1'. M. On line Sundays every half hour to CHEAP EARK TO THE FISHING HANKS DAILY?FAKE 12ecuUspach way. Steamer HEIKO. Cnpt. Hancox, leaves Amos street at 7:110; Spring, 7:45; Robinson, 7:55; Broome, East river, 8:15: Reek slip, 8:30 and pier No. 4, North river, 9 A. M. Fishing tackle and refreshments ou board. CONEY ISLAND KERRY LANDS AT FORT HAMIL ton. 'Jhe NACSHON leaven West Tenth street, 9'4', lt\ and 3?4: Spring street. 9,'i, 12>i and 3>i: Jay street, V' 12Ji' and 8?4; pier 4, North river, 10,1 and 4. Fare, with return ticket, 25 oents. rpiUS EXCURSION IS GIVEN BY CART. HOFFMIRK. "rui'Tiy ?u uw vruvm.?r.xrurruuii 10 luo r letting Bonks The steamboat MAGNOI.1A will make nn Excursion to the Fishing Ranks nn Monday, Atlfust 20.1861. Fire 50 cents. The boat will leave the foot <>r Broome street at quarter to 7; Catharine Market slipat7,aud Peck sliji at 7)4. ltait, Fishing Tackle and Refreshments cau he obtniued on board. STEAMBOATS. MORNING BOAT D1BBCT l oll KKYl t'HT. ATI 1 ?l>1 ,K towu I'uint and Cliltwood.?Cheap lure. Ttie large and commodious steamer MAYFIJHVF.K will leave pier 20 North river, between Barclay unil Robinson streets, every morning at 9 o'clock. Returning will leave Koyport at 3.30 I'. M,, landing at Chfwood. Fare each way 15 cents, or 25 cents for the trip. The public will find this a pleasant trip, fiood tishuig and bathing. Recursion parties can make liberal arrangements for Keyportor Cliltwood. Notice.?This boat will leave Key port on Saturday, August 24, at 1 o'clock P. M. Morning llv? for peekhkiu,.?the aurora leaves Jay street at 8 A. M (Sundays "}? A.M.) daily for Peekskill, lauding at West Tenth and Thirtieth streets. Yonkers, Hastings, Dobb's Ferry, Turrvtown, Sing Slug, Haverstruw, Grassy Point and Verplauk's; leaves Peekskill 2 P. M. ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, FOR NEWARK. FARE 13 cents, and Bergen Point, faro 10 cents, steamer TllOMAS P. WAY at 1014 A. M.,and steamer FIA)HA at 4)4 P. M.,frotii |>ier 20, North river, foofof Hey street. Regular funday boat kor kevport, landing at Union, Rossville, Totten's, l*erth Am boy and ClUTwood.?Tlio steamboat KEYTORT leaves Robinson street pier every Sunday morning a^9 o'clock; returning, leaves Key port at 3,'j o'clock I*. M. \ STEAMER LONG ISLAND LEAVES JAMES SLIP every day, Sundays excepted, at 3;30 P. M., for Nortli Port, making the intermediate bindings. Leaves North Port at 6 A.M. Earo to Glen Cove, 20 cents; to (treat Neck and .Sands' Point ,10 cents. Freight to Sands' Point, Great Neck aud Glen (Jove at half the usual rates. Thomas e:. huixe and thomas hunt will leave Spring street, E'ort Lee, stopping at Oultenberg. Hull's E'erry and Pleasant Valley. Spring street N. Y.,S;30, 10. 11'.,', 2 P. M . 3, 6 and 7:30. WDWET BOARD. A T WASHINGTONHEIGHTB, HCD80N RIVER FORTYA Ave minutes by railroad and eteamltoat from Cham hers street, a suit of large uirv Rooms are now vacant in the Woodland Park House, this family maun ion, snr wunded hv thirty acres ol' picturesque grounds, is beautifully situated on llie banks of tlio Hudson, within two minutes' walk of the railroad station. 162d street. Bath lng, bouliug ulid fishing. Excellent stabling. For terms, ttc., apply at the Hotel St. Germaui, corner of Fifth avenue and Twenty-second street. C10UNTRY HOARD?ATSPCYTENDCYV1I,. ONE HOUR ) from (Tiambers street by Hudson River Railroad, in full view of river and creek." Good bathing and Ashing ' Gal) on or addressl'. GuhctC, 250 Washington street, N. Y CIOUNTBY BOARD.?A WIDOW I.ADY. RESIDING ON* J tlie bankg of the Hudson, having two large and airy Rooms, would like to rent them to * family requiring permanent Board, wit bout children or servants, or a party of gentlemen. Hie bonne is pleasantly situated on Washington Heights, cuy of accuse to tlie city by steamer or tars, within live minutes' walk of either lauding. Best ?>l reformers given and required. Address J. E. B., JVashington Heights. New Vork. (101'MHV BOARD.?aasmcz qngniPAassD ELC, J gaut views ou the Hudson. One airy mansion, lawngarden 30 scree, w ith gtmd l>arri, &c. Two or three gent'emen or t unities tan be handsomely arcnmni'idatod. Dinner'at half-past si*. Several rooms may be obtained for the v'lnter. Tonus to suit the times. Address for one week, M., box 3,596 I'oat office, or Inquire at Fort Washington deport. COUNTRY BOARD.?PARTIFX DESIRING BOARD IN the country for September cau Und ample accommodations at Echo i't?cc, New Uocbelle. Fine Ashing, boot- I io?,hc. Torn* rw?jn?Me. 1 BOAHjDINQ AND laODGINGS. AHANIKOMK Hl'TT or ROOMS ON TUB SECOND floor, containing km, liot *iii( oold water and bath room adjoining, would be lot, with lull or partial lleurd.to gentlemen or u small family, no other boarders, References required. Inquire ut 281 Lexington avenue, third house above Thirty .eighth street. 1 LADY HAVrVtl TAKEN TOR OTRST CLASS HOUSE, A 114 Second avenue, corner of Seventh street, has a lew suits and also some singla rooms to dispta o of. Call at house or address l?ox 3,383 Now York PoHt olllce. AVIRY PLEASANT l'ARLOR ON THE StXJONl) lb Kir: also a front Room ou the third floor, to let, w tib Hoard, to gentlemen and thsir wives. Also a lew single gentlemen could ho accommodated. Terms nioUeritte. Apply at 28 St. Xlmk'a place, Eighth street. 4 CHOICE OK HAM'S 'MII.Y FURNISHED ROOMS . Y caa lie had, with Heard, at 100 and 108 East Kourteenth street, near Union b'piare; parties return fug from i the oountry and wishing pleasant ItiKtms, en suite or single. by an ouriy application, cannot full to bo suitably ac- | eommndaled. Dinner at six. A IJERMAV I.MUll V in.' THE nwalllhsr iiwiuvri A 1)111 ty, would lot u few elegantly furnished Rooms, with exquisite Hoard, lo single gentlemen or gentlemen uuil their wives. Apply at No. 21) West Ninth street, between Fifth nml Hixth avenues. Kroneh and English sjioken. The highest references giveu ami required. | 4 T 124 WAV Kill JJY PLACE, NKAK WAtWI.wroN 2.X Hcpiuro and Sixth avenue, largo ami handsomely tarnished Kooinu, on second or third Boor,front,each containing two large pautrieg,for a gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen; terms moderate. A FEW H WHsOMM.Y Fl'KNIFHFD IiOOMS 10 let, singly or In suits, ?itli ftdl <>r partial Hoard, in a Hint class house having all tho modern improvement*. Apply at 44 Ninth street, near Fifth avonuo. A WIDOW LADY, QQGUnm A KUtNl-W.D house, in a good neighborhood, would like to ucoornmodatcafew single gentlemen or gentlemen and their wives with Hoard, or would make arrangement with Home responsible parly to give llie use of the furniture us on equlvalent for her hoard. Apply at 1T2 Clinton alroot, firooklvn. AT THE LABQE Flits r CLASS DOUBLE BOUSE NO. 127 lUeee.ker street, west of and near Broadway, Is a really ilrst class family Boardllighouso, with ltooua', uusnrp Be d in size and comfort, ill suits or single; modern improvements; the cheapest place in the c ity for the *1} le and quality of what Is ollered. 4I.AKCI. ItOOM, WITH CLOSET, ALSO A HALT. Bi Iroem. hotll neatlv furnish*..! In h.l \*.ilh ..r without Board, in it small private family; rent low; house largo and wi ll furnished; tins bath, pan. Ac.; kept in tho best order: location convenient to cars or stages. ApplJ' at 120 (old No. 09) Fifth street, near Second avenue. A GENTLEMAN TIRED OF HOTEL Lire, WOULD like to procuro a nicely furnished Bedroom uiid rarlor m (lie house of a youni% widow lady, whore lie could enjoy tho comforts of a home. Address S. W. W., Union square I'ost oHlce. A WIDOW LADY, IJV1NG IN A KINK HOUSE WEST of and uear Union square, will tuko two agreeable ladies to Board on easy terms; house contains gus, both, , Sc. Address Mrs. ltayiuond, station I). A PRIVATE FAMILY, YOUNG PEOPLE, RESIDING ' in West Thirty-eighth street, near Dr. Spring's church, will accommodate three er four single gentlemen w ith Board and a g?xid homo ut u moderate price. Address Home, station D. A PRIVATE FAMILY, HAVING MORE ROOM THAN they use, would nn-orainodato ono or two gentlemen ami their wives with pleasant unfurnished Rooms and Board, in a quiet neighltorhnod and eonveuient to cars ami stages. Apply nt No. 168 West Fortieth street, four doors east of Eighth avenue. A FURNISHED PARLOR AND BEDROOM, WITH Boarding, lo let, to a single gentleman, or to a gentleman nud wife, in a private dwelling. j/ication between Broadway ami Fifth avenue. near Thirty-Urst Btreet. Address E. W., bo* i!>2 Herald office. A1 GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO SINGLE GENtlem-n ran be accommodated with first class Hoard and choice newly furnished Rooms, at 101 West Twentyeighth street, near Eighth avenue; house brown; convc- | ntent to any part of the city with cars and stages; private family. A gentleman and wike, or a party ok sin glc gentlemen, can bo tinndsomoly accommodated iu n private fnmlly, where ih re aro lint few boarders, by apply ing at 229 Went Twentieth street, opposite St. Peter's church. Dinner at 6 ,'i P. M. A gentleman a.vn ius wike, or a kkw single gentlemen, can he accommodated with full or partial Board; or furnished Rooms without Llourd, in a privnto family. House contains the modern improvements. Apply at No. 7 Ludlow place, Houston street. A GENTLEMAN AND LADY CA.V HAVE A PAKI.'Ut and Bedroom, with Hoard for lady, with a widow Indv. No tamily. Location and house pleasant, 37 West Washington place, near Sixth avenue, (las and bath in the house. A CHOICE OK ROOMS IN A K1RST CI. VMS HOUSE, /V. furnished or unfurnished, en suite or single, convenient to curs nud stages, may be had for families or single g< ntp, by application to 34 St. Mark's place. References exchanged. AT THE LARGE DOUBLE BROWN STONE MANSION, 22 East Fourteenth street, near University place? 1 jirge Rooms, hnndsom.dy furnished, en suite and single, with hutlirooms and all the modern improvements. Persons returning to the eity nnd desiring permanent first class hoard, will Und this a desirable and pleasant location. References required. A PRIVATE FAMILY WISH? TO LET A NEATLY I furnished Room on first floor, with privilege of parlor and kitchen. Pleasant and healthy locution. Terms $3 |>er week. Cull at 247 West Thirtieth stroct. Board.?a gentleman and wike, or single gentlemen, can obtain Rooms with Board at No. 5 West Washington place; also a suit of Parlors on first ( floor. Location is lory pleasant, being opposite the square. I Reference re.mirod BOARD.?THE MOnOND ni; THIRD FLOOR OK A handsomely furnished private house, located iu KiHh avenue, near Madison Park, may be secured, with the beat accommodations, by u tlrst class family. Address Madison 8. T.. Herald ofllcc. Board ?a good 8bb> hanp.-omi.ly hj8nmhed front Room to let, with Breakfast, to ouo or two gentlemen, ill a strictly private family, convenient to ears.&c. No. 1 8t. Timothy's place, West Kilty second street. Board?to let, slits or single rooms tt> families or single gentlomeu, in a four story brown stonrhouse, llnely furnished; location unsurpassed; terms moderate. No. 6 Murray Hill I'srk, between Thirty-fourth and Thirtv-tlfth streets. Board?a rhoick. ok rooms, wira board, can he had at 411 and 61 W<-ut Twenty o 'ond street, be! ween Fifth and Sixth avenues. Married and single parlies can And good accommodations by earlj application. Board?at 26 8tuyvehant street, coni'istai ion of Astor place, second of the new English basement houses east of Third avenue. A frout a id hack Parlor, tmfnmhhaA, with Board. Also, a gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen e.an be a -commodated with 1'oird, where the comforts of home can be hud. Convenient to cars and stages. Board.?a handsome room or spit or rooms, on the second floor, to let to a lady and gentleman, with Board for lady, in a family of two persons; terms ! low. Address Mrs. Warren, Madison square Post ofllce. B(MRD WANTED?TOR A WIIMW LADY, WITHOUT children, in a quiet family, where noother boarders are taken. Please address A. W. K., box 21$ Herald ofllue, slating price, location, &c. Board wanted?by a mbbpbotabuc married lady; u private house preferred. Terma moderate. The best ol reference given and required. Address M. C.. Herald ofllce. Board wanted.?a gentleman and wife dksire Board and Rooms for tbe winter; if preferred they will furnish tlieir own rooms; prico not to exceed $8 pet week, l'lc isc address 0. 11. B., box 128 Herald ofllcc. Board wanikiv-kor a widow i.ady and son six years of age, near Brooklyn Heights; one large room wilfbe required: best of reference given. Address for one day, stating terms.G. P., Herald ofllce. Board wanted?by a gentleman and wife a nicely furnished l'arlor sod Chamber on second Hour, front rooms, in a good locution in New York or Brooklyn; terms not ovor $45 per month, including Arcs. Any private family desiring to reduce expenses will find ihi'- a desirable opportunity. References required. Addre-8. stating location, Ac.. W. Y., box 3.020 Post office. Boarding in fourteenth street, opposite Union square.?The entire flrst Floor of u tlrst class house as above. < morlslng the Parlors and Extension Room. Pan l>e ha l with private table, if required. Address a. b., box Oofi Post ottlco. References exchanged. Boarding in a small famii.y.?a gentleman and wife can have a line largo Room on second floor; terms $1? per week. Also a small Room for $4 50 per week. House Urst class and fine location. 240 West Thirty-Second street, near Ninth avenue. Boarding at no. uas bowery, between third and Fourth streets. A lew ladies or gentlemen can he accommodated with full or partial Board, by applying as above; only a few boarders taken; and terms very moderate. Referenco required. BROOKI.YN?BOARD IN A PLAIN ENGLISH FAMILY. I'wo gentlemen or gontlcmniuand wife win flml ulea. sunt Room*, with full or partial Board, at No. 35 Wiilow street, corner of Cranberry, flrc minutes' walk from Fulton or Wall street ferry. J Brooklyn?thhkb minutes from wai.l or i Soiitli ferry. Two gentlomen who appreciate j home comforts, ran have elegant Rooms, newly furnished, and Hoard, in a private European family. All miHlern improvement*. References exchanged. Address Homo, box 111 Herald office. Board in rrooki.yn.?a gentleman and his wife ran hp pleasantly accommodated with a second story front Room and Bod room, in a private family, at No. 3 iJobevoiao street, three doora froju Willpughbjr ptreol. Reference* repaired and f itml NEW YORK HKRALDj SI | BOARDING AND LODGINGS. B0AR1) IN BKOoiavk?TOO GlbrnJJME.N, WIIXing to room together. oan Hud a pleasaul homo with | a small private fhrolTy residing on the Hue oi'tho Fulton avenue earn, nnl cunvertlent to tho ferries. No other boarders will be taken. References required. Aildreaa J.jA. 1)., box 180 Herald oflki'. BOARIk IN BROOKLYN?FRONT AN1J BACK ROOMS on parlor Hour, to gentlemen and their wives or Bin gin gentlemen, furnished or unfontkKhed, llfleen mluntOB' t<) FnJlon and Kit minutes to Walfstreet and South Terries; house Kngllfh buncment. Dinner at CI*. References exchanged. Apply to Mrs. FORD, 'iOl btute street, near Court. Board in bhodki.yn?markifd and sinoi.k goitleht n can be accommodated with Boatd and (diuieant Rooms, at 47 Concord struct. Board in krth iirooklyx?a cinii.kman ^ and his wife or two sl..glo gentlemen may Obtain I- ...... ......... lu U I , IV.. C liMllllJ. . .." ...... . boarders. Apply at 42 Summit rt;. t, throw tuiuutcu' walk rrom Hamilton avenue furry. Brooklyn heights gentlemen and their wives nn.l single gentleman can pleasant Rooms for the winter at No. 243 Hicks struct, mar V 11 atreet ferry. Balk, yus, furnace, Ac. Itluuer at six o'clock, References exchanged. French hoard wantrp?by two \ in a quiet Drench family. Address l'aris, box 2,.'.SO l'ost olllce, New York, staliug.terins, 1'cat Ion, Ac. GJ ODD FAMILY HOARDING IT moderate I v r ponsc, Tor several couples of ladies ami gentlemen mal single ones, In a four story brown stone front house, between Third ami Lexington avenues; gas ami wut r on each floor, and wtlbln 2U or 30 minuter' ride "f tbo heart of the city. For further information luquiro of Professor HRONSON, 20 Hooper Institute. CI EVTLEMEN ('AN HAVE DESIRABLY FURNISHED T Rooms (no boarders) at 371 fourth stroet, near Lufayello p.uee ?t. <1 Rrom I way. Hotel LODGINGS.?CLEAN, 0DMF0RTARU5 AND airy single room*, from $1 25 to $1 AO a week, or 25 eeuia a night, at the Union Hotel itja Prince street, corner op Thompson. Meals at all hours. Open alt nielli. HANI 90mbly furnished SUITS of rooms to let, with Hoard, In the tlrst class house 7't East T\v' nty sixth street, between Lexington and Eourili uve noes. References exrhacged. H.\N1160ttK FURNISHED ROOMS to lett?with partial Hoard; one large Room, suitable for ? dentist or artist. ?f>. 20 East Thirteenth street, second door front Fifth avenue. JACKSON HOUSE, 210 El.M STREET.?THE i.ovvixt rented and most comfortably and conveniently furnished Apartments in the city, to meet the wants of small families, with evory requisite furniture. Linen, cooking range and utensils, gas and Croton water. MHJ?! 3. A. ROOK, NO r, EAST THIRTY 1 "!-T STREET, between Fifth and Madison avenues, houae newly opened for famiilug ami Finale gentlemen Rooms elegantly furnished in suits or single, from ouo to live, w ilh Board, with or without private table; dinner at 0 o'clock. Reference required. NO. i W1NT TWENTY-FIFTH STREET, CORNER OF Broadway, at. the Mudtsnn I'ark House, a line suit of Rooms, on the llrst and second ltoors, to rent, with or without" I 'maid, Also a few single Rooms ; private table furnished if preferred. Best of reference required. 1 Jl.EASA N'T llTlMSIIKl) ROOMS TO l.l'.T?WITH _g_ noaru, iuiuoib, tor gentlemen ami tlieir wivis or slnglo gentlemen, ut 416 Fourth Hired, between Bowery ami Second avenue. Dinner at six o'clock. C4IKG1J3 CENTI.EMEN, OK GENTLEMEN ANI) TIIETR 0 wives wishing Board for the wintt r, will Q- il <1 t iraable Rooms at 38 West Tenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avonnes. 'limner at six o'clock. Unexceptionable reference given ninl required. rpO THOSE LIVING IN HOTFLS AND BOARDING JL Houses.?There is an establishment opened, but it Is to be managed diiferent from any house in thiH country, the rooms lining laid out In suits and furnished with everything necessary for housekeeping, in order that a family may have a complete home the moment they arrive, and live at an inconceivably low rate. TheTc is a restaurant alt ichuil. This novel and splendid establishment is at 110 Murdmigal street. Til I,FT?ROOMS, WITH BOARD, FURNISHED OR UN furnished, In suits or single, for families or single gentlemen, in one of ihe most pleasant locations in the city. Apply at 40 Washington square, west side. References exchanged. T1 I.FT?IN A I'RIVATE FAMILY, A SUIT OF' FINE large Parlors, with large conservatory, large mirrors, Ac.; also a single Room, and Board if desired; hath, gun, Ac., at 14 Ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, | south side. TO LET?TO ONE "(lit TWO GEVTLEMEN'j WHTrOIt without parliul Board, a Bedroom, with use of sitting room and pianoforte, If required. Apply at 1)4 Wayne street, Jersey City. WANTED?BOARD, FOR A GKNH.l'.MAN AND WIFE, or furnished Rooms for housekeeping, in Jersey City or on Bergen Heights. Terms must lie moderate. Address W. ti., box 1,5M) New York Post ofllou WANTF'J)?A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, WITH OR without [isrtinl Board, by two gentlemen who would room together ami furnish unexceptionable references; location below Fourteenth stri-et and terms very moderate. Address T., box 140 Herald olflee. WANTED?BY A LADY, A TEACHER, A GOOD sized Room, with grate and water, with or without Board, in a privato family, between Twenty-fourth uud Thirty fourtli streets and Fourth and Seventh avenues. Address, in the morning, 2IP Madison avenue. WANTED?FRENCH l!<Vjfl>, BY A GERMAN GENtleman in Now York or iu Brooklyn. Address II. II., hox 809 New York Post olllce. WANTED?BY A LADY, A SMALL BEDROOM AND Sitting Room, in a retired neighborhood in New York; brcukfhst served itt room; moderate prico amino questions asked are requisites. Address Francis, Herald office. WANTED?BOARD FOR A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, at $6 ;i week; South Brooklyn preferred. Address .7. J. J., Herald office. 1 MONROE STREET.?FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET TO small, quiet families, with facilities for economical housekeeping. Also, Rooms f<r single gentlemen, with or without partial Board, liouso has gas, bath, Ax., unit the prices are very moderate. nTH STREET.?NO. 183 WEST ELEVENTH STREET. Beautiful Parlors, with or without Bedrooms, one single Room, nicely carpeted and furnished, to let reasonable for the winter; contain modern improvements: lino location. Dinner At 8. References exchanged. 1 6) WEST EIJTVENTH STREET.?AN ELEGANTLY JL^J furnished House to let, to a good private family; throe story high stoop, only live doors from Broadway, iltled up lor private use. Rent $1,608. UKhKNE KTKKKT?(IN THIS NEKJHHORHOOl) of tiio boot hotels sod restaurants) Fumlehod R(x>ms to lot. to gentlemen onlv; rooms at $1 to $4 per week: house has a lino yard, gax, &c.. and la very quiet, / J MAldSON- AVENUE?FURNISHER OR fNH'l! OX nished Rooms, with Hoard, for gentlemen and their wives and single gontlemen, on re;isonab!o terms. Dinner ut six. Reference required. Q/t NINTH STREET, HETWKFN UNIVERSITY PLACE Or/ and Fifth avenue.?Oentlemen and wives and single gentlemen can obtain Hoard in allrst clasp house, with choice or Rooms, single or in suits. Also to rent a front Riwuient, suitable for a physician's ofllce. Dinner at 0. it 'fo ence exchanged. A1 (T.INTOX IT,ACE, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE.?TO / J let, to gentlemen or gentlemen and their wires, line Rooms, in sails or singly, with llrst class Hoard. References given an I required. AO (iKKKNF. STRI'.IT, ARoVE SI'ltiNti?AI.STON ?/0 House Elegantly furnishtd suits of Rooms, with l>!? t'rolon unlsr nu.l oi-orv i.1. L...,.,. ing economically; particufarly suited fur smell, respectable families or single gentlemen. Rout low to permanent tenants. 11 Q KAST 1-OlRTKENTII STRF.ET ?II AN I 'SOMELT HO furnished Rooms to let. with Hoard, for gentlemen and families. Tattle first class. Diutiur at 8. 1 1 A llLKECKKlt STREET, WEST OK AND NEAR AA\J ltroadway?l'loasantly furnished Rooms to let, with or withoutifcKird, singlo or in soils. Meals served in rooms V deeirod. Transient boarders accominodated. locution pleasant und central. mCHKYSTIE FTP.nfT?FURNISHED ROOMS Tt> let, with or without Board. Also a few ladies can bo accommodated with Board. 1 QA TKNT11 STREET, RETWEHN I ROADWAY AND 1 t)v' University place?Very desirablo Rooms, en suite or single, with Board, can be obtained for gentle men an 1 their wives, or singlo go itlemen. Tho house contains all the modern improvements. References exchanged. 1 Qr7 STREET, SECOND HOUSE WEST OF AO I Broadway.?To lei, without Board, elegantly furnished Apartments, single or en suit, suitable for a gentleman and wife or single gentlemen. N. B.?Private table if desired. Terms reasonable. 1 if" FltlH'IH STREET, HEAD OF LAFAYETTE ArrO place, one of the most desirable locations in tho city.?Kumishod Rooms to rent to gentlemen, with or without Board. Roferences required. Bus, bath, Ac. no BROADWAY, CORNER OK WASHINGTON O place?Pleasant furnished Rooms to let 11 suits or single: house baa all the modern Improvements nnd is in a central ami plensaat location. Terms moderate. A restaurant attached to the house. W/IQ BRQAIlWAY, BhTWkEN KJOIITH AND NINTH I OO streets.?Pleasant fiirnished Booms, on first and soeond floors, to let; house has all the modern improvements and is In a pleasant location,- terms moderate. Apply as abovo. SPMltlBH RHROKTH. rB LA TOURETTK HOUSE, BEKOKN POINT, N. J., will bo kept open through 8eptcmber; decidedly the most pleasant month of the season at this point. Boats I leave pier No. 2N. K . at 7120,11:20,8:20and 6 20o'clock; from Hoy street at 10-.3Q and 4 so o'clock. I ' WJBLKY W. HILL, Proprietor. FNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1851 SALES OF RBAIi ESTATE. AN EXOJJJiNT HOl'HK FOR SAl.lv?WITH Olt WITH out the Furniture, ug may be rfe-dro l. , I'rlce l<,w The houuo Ik Id a good neighborhood; in the beet order i and beautifully flnlidiod. Tcriua to Hull. Aj?ply to THOMAS CHALMI Its, Jr., U84 Hroudwuy. FOlt SALE?AT A UAROA1N, OR EXCHANGE FOR C good city property, a beautiful country scat, brink i iimubioti, furnished throughout now, with Une stobles, twelve hoick of ground. In the western imrt of the Stole. i

on II,,. Ill,,, nl' tl,<> V u, V,?L- I is.ll. I f ... 1 HOMER UOROAN, No. u Pino street. 1 ITtOU SALE?AT WAR 1'Kli 'K, A NEW THREE STORY, [ . h?.- merit and nub-collar, lir.st elaaa brick Hons", '| with Philudolpliiu I'rout and ma bio t: irnniinps, sixth f m | the (minor of TVniMklus and Myrtle a euues, Kist Hrook- ) 1 n, with marbl m utels, alidini! duois, gut and chandu- s hem, Ridjtuwuod u.ut and marble basins on every floor; j first class range, ti It and boiler In basements: hot uud cold hall's, closets, wardrobes and p irdeir, lot 20x100fort; title |*"fcct; location utK'piullc I lor health and beauty; ] in s pass to Fulton n i ry , 11nee ?1,600; $3,000canreniaiu; t thin is iM j'ih aib't tin. $2,uoo under oust, as oxatnina- < Hon will pr< v . or will rent low to a ciuoful tonaut. In- i quire on tin* pri mists, or addriuB 41. J. Uyruc, 27 Fruulc- ; lin avenue, ll.o klyn. i I7A0R BALK?ONE OP THE HANDSOMEST AND BEST 1 . Iluishod brown Htnuo Houses lii lids city, situated on M olboii avenue,or would trade lot a oMidfurm, within a h o distance of tins city. Apply to JDSEl'U MtGUIKK, 777 Third avenue, from 4 to 7 1'. M. T.Aiilt PARK?A LAl'GK MILL, IIOT.-K. BARN AND 210 ' L acrc.i of l.'ii ! .1 t 60 milr w st of AWuuy, for $ *1,200, $1.2 i Ca \ dress J. 1...Jr., M.,mu/oDcck, W'cstcli".-tor county, N. Y.,for threi days. 1 T7Vlit BALE?A FARM CONTAINING ABOUT l,0(K) I J acres, including a lake covering about 200 ceres, i luil of all HorlH of IUdi,atid in- lent water power: about i 20 acres of cranberry marsh, and plenty of panic situated i three-fourths of a day's travel horn Now York city, lit I tli" Statu of peiii'sy :inula; will be sold low, will) a)! tbo < St ek, or oTchnnee.i for It- al ! state iti this city, hnpilre I of JOHN UOKUHOt IT, ut 86 Wn ker street. ITWtit SALE CHEAP H??:i TWENTY TO EIGHTY acred of Land, looted near Manilas'* t I.. I. Fine be Iditur sites, lisb peril; th e f east timber. Address 1 owner,ti. W. Havlland, Flush nr. ',. I. ' T710R PALE OR 'lo LU A F, MODERN BVUT handsome Lame House, 20H Gorgon str? 11, Brookly ;. ( as and wliter IIxtu!' s a(ij..c nt to curs and fer- i ii s. lb i:l. low Apply on the pn miseg,or at LKPIJE'S, t 170 Atlantic strei t. 1 HOI -K AND PTOKK FOR SAIJJ.?FOUR STORY DRU K House and Stofo, 2b feet front ami 50 deep, and ibrec si- ry brick Carpenter Shop, real ; will Is) sold i le ap for cash. Apply on the prctin - s, 175 West Forty-sow nth street, near Eighth avenue. i HARDWARE, DRY GOUl'S OR OTHER MARKETABLE < goods, to the uiuouiit nf about $10.l>00 is wanted, ; for which a lute store and 1 t, In a first ri t> bartnsti loci- ; tlon in till.-! city, is offered. Address, witli particulars, QTATKN I.-I. AN 11 1'ROPK'tTY TO EXCHANGE FOR | O HnuseltoM Furniture, 1 ry (Joe. s, &c., price $3,000. ( ii"rtt residence, twelve rooms, cli. bly situated, goisl . water, fruit, fee. 5 terminus Stuten Island Riiltoid. on lionr anil u quarter ft".-in New York. Address Union, | T'.tt u'u hinting, 8. l! mo EXCHANGE. ? SEVERAL VF.UY DESIRABLE J M If. ?C8 In i' oil lecu'itK s in Brooklyn, will lie ex- . clutugi d for uiercli iodize. Southern or Wen tern bonds, or t ot.ier prn|H)rty. hurtles having s a h will hear of 11 good opportunity to trade by address, ing SI., box 2,4U6 Post dm QAA FARM8, COUNTRY. SF.ATS, HOrSW AN'I) ; f)' IU I/ te for sale or t exchange. A sR"nl Estate of every description lor sale. it you w 1*11 to purchase huus-s, farms or country seats, at prices varying from , $1,000 to $30,000, apply to A. 81.RGF.ANT, 15 Wall siroot. FOR 8AX.B. ! A PORTER Hill 81! AND I ...i OR 8T0UR Hdi SALE ! cheap for cash?(ino of lie lust locations in the J iVv nth ward, two doors ..hove the Pallor's Home, to lie sol i 011 account of the illness of the proprietor. Inquire at the st ue 100 < hi rry slret t, or at No. 2-Oi'h -rry street, li st II. or. JjTOB SAI-lv?1Till: MANHATTAN HOWE, NO. 205 BOW- j j cry. rue proprietor wanting tu miro trout i>usM',ss> wi uld sell his Stock, Fixtures, Furniture and I'.usincss, j ami give a l 'u.- to tlio purchaser, of Beven or ti n yea's, of tlio premises, at a fair rent. Inquire of CUA1U.KS WILSON, mi the premises. Fo[< SALE?oXf: OF '11 IK 11KST LOCATED CORN KB l.lquor Stores on Third avenue, having a long louse and low rent. Will be sold low, with or without stork, n immediate application Is inado to JOSEPH Vfctil'IKK, ! 7T7 Third avenue, between the hours of 4 mid 7 I'. M. ' I710H BALK?HOTEL AXI) HIVING K'OM, IN i Oil \ . pleto oiler; location unsnrpnssed; t' any person ] w jati-n to engage In the bush are this Is a chance s Adorn j oifereit. For (Articular* nj ply to or address J. M. Hrown, ! 72 C >rl'n*idt street. , fill 'H SAI.K?FAM Y (locus ANPTOY STOKE, WI;II " dwelling, situated on t'roadway, now dome a poo l business; su.kmss tic re;..- n of selling; rent of store and j dwelling, $600. Address H. M. A., Metropolitan Hotel, o > Charles E. Cordte k Co., 170 Chatham street, room 1. J Hon I, IX WAsmXUT.'N CUY f<>lt sat,k?the subscribers are authorized to soli the Furniture. Effoots and tiood Will of a well located lletol m Washington j City. The lnmse has been doing an excellent business, and is only disposed of on account of the health of tlwj ( proprletiir. Any enterprising Northern man acquainted with the hotel business,and having a rich capital of about $5,000. could tW well with the establishment. Apply to J AS. McUL'lllE k CO., auction and commission merchants, Washington, D. C. OH, AND VARNISH CANS, TO HOLD FROM FIFTY ' to two hundred and fifty gallons, for sale at half price i by WM. P. ANDREWS & HKOTHKR, 414 Water street. J TO SOAR MANI FACTPUI RS ?FOR SAL* CHEAP. 1 two Irou Hans, ten feet diameter and eleven feet deep, ~ with strain coils complete; also two Pans, six feet illume tor and flvo foot di op: one cast iron l'nn, six foot by live, and twenty-live Soap Frames. Apply at the factory of the New York Oleic Company, Kent avenue, near Broad- ' way, Brooklyn, E. I). ' liOST AND POIND! J ITViCNli?ON THE 3SD INST., IN A FOURTEENTH 1 . street and Ninth avenue stage, a lady 's Portcmon- ' naio, containing locket, Ac. Call at 05 Barclay street, ' LOST?ON thk 22d inst., either in centrai. park " or 011 the Bloom Ingdalo road, a Silver Tobacco Box, gold lined, with the inscription:?"Presented to r from the employes of Walter & Rogers, Chicago, ltevmbe2f), 1857." A liberal reward will be paid the linder by up. plying at iho Home Insurance Company, 112 Broadway. i Lost?$50 reward?a gold hunting lever jf Watch, G. A M. Simons, London, maker, No. 4,893, J with heavy gold curb Vest Chain attached. Any person ' returning the above to A. C. Benedict,2S Bowery, will r receive the reward, and no questions asked. J I 11ST?ON -'.VrritDAY. BETWEEN ONE AND TWO 1 j o'clock P. J!., In the water clos t of Mr. Brown's " restaurant in Water street, a silver watch, with short 1 wire c m n attached. Tho flndor wi l please leave it at .100 M i Iron sired, fi r If. K'AYK. A suitable reward will be Riven. 8TKA YKD?FROM 19 ATLANTIC STREET, BROOKLYN, n female ChlM, 3 years and 8 months old, on Saturday evening, at 5 o'clock; wore a red dress; fair hair. c Any ii f irmutlon will bo thankfully received at the above number. HE1VA11DS. v|sr rkwaiui.?i.ost. on Saturday morning, ijpfj August 24, a black and tan Terrier; tan marks t very slight; had on a leather collar, and answered to the i. name of Dick. Who ver returns the sani" to No. 38 East i Sixteenth street will receive the above reward. ClflA KKWARIt.-r.lWT, DOING I'i'.OM KIKTY-SE. KPsWv/ venth street and Third* avenue, New York, to \ Coney Island, usmall Diamond Cross l*in. Whoever will ( return the sun'to 194 Dclnney street,shall receive t tic i above reward and llianks of the owner. 2 REWARD.?LOST, ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, " Wi7jWt-> a Gold patent I/'vor Watch, R. 4 0. Beeslny, I.ivorpod, makers, No.J 12,940. Initials on outside of caso K. L. W. Any person returnli g the above to 261 Water street will receive the above reward and ho questions asked. ?Ifipr RKWARD?LOST, ON SATURDAY, AUGUST f HP&tJ 24,$4*3 la bunk bit!*, In the yiclntly of Wash. ? iugton market. The finder will receive Hie above reward, with the thank? of the owner, by returning It to John n Kipp's exchange, 106 Vesey street. ? f (ft ? fV RKYVARD ? IAIST, ON FRIDAY, AU?r?T 23, f tJDOv/ a Cold Patent Dover Watch (huntingease). H. n k (i. Hccsloy,Uver|>ool, inukorr N' 12,040. Initials on outside of ease R. I? YV. A- returning the above ( to 261 YY'ator str above reward and no t questions ask e "| Afl ?l.?MISSING, .SINCE 1.AST WED" ' iUlvU ucsday morning, Charles Rothenbtiiclier, of * t lie h.-cr brewery, in new Brooklyn; was dressed in a light colore 1 coat, striped gray pants; height tlvo feet ,, four inches; light beard. Any person giving any mformatlon of him will receive the above reward by applying I at 88 Mark*street, MewBrookhI, L. l. t dhCJffi.A KEWARB?ST01.EN FROM THE MANSION v K[)^5t_)V7 Hotel, l/itig Branch, on the morning of YVcdui-sday, the 21st Inst.., frotn tno boilroem of a lady, 1 the follow tag Jewels;?3 diamond Stars;! Brooch; large Emerald,sot round with diamonds; 2 diamond Earrings ; a 1 emerald and diamond Ring ; 1 large emerald ami 2 Dlum-aids; pearl serpent Bracelet: turquols Bracelet: flat t enameled gold Bracelet; pearl and tarquols Bracelet, set in S gidd. with medallion in centre;gold Bracelet, with garnets; imitation Bnioelet. The above reward will bo paid for the recovery of the property. Apply to Inspector CARPENTER, corner of Broome and Elm streets. RK 8T A ll 11 A N T BI7 J ANY WOODEN HEADED FEIXOW CAN ADVERTISE; j but there must be some sort of finish to on advor- a tisement?something new in the style?hut above all the I right rnuu must be in the right place, nDd Spencer Is tho o man to sell a glass of the host Alo for three cents, at No. ? 2 Oortlaadt street, northwest corner Of Broadway. II SPfiNCKR. > - - . - . WALES AT AUCTION. t aaGNKE'S 8ALB. '\_ AN KXTRAORI 'INAKY OI'J'ORTCNfTY FOR HOI ShKtCKl'EKH AND THE TRADE. Over fl'2,000 wot th'of rich urn I i'ix?t)y l'OliSEHOUt FURNITURE, To-morrow (Monday), at 11 o'clock precisely, Vmprixmg the beautiful uud costly Furniture contained ii tli,.' largo dwelling houeo No. 163 West Twenty first Irnot, near Seventh uvenue, The whole for absolute i?reiii| "iry rule, ruin or shine, consisting of Kbglivh 'civet istry unit Ingrain (tu p, is, elegant rosewood arior lUimrc, on s.ui , coinpi imng uireo iiiiikuiik, lohly i . ved, aH oi' which nro covered tu rich Bilk brocu('1 oi the best dsciiption; rosewood Centre and 1*i- r Pables, Turkmh Chairs, in blue ami gold satin and inorpiet; iuuittsk and lace Curtn'.ns, Velvet and Turkish lounges, ilautcl and I'icr Mirrors, lino rosewood Etogere, rich levi es and Dresden Mantel Vases, Artistic Bronzes, Bls<(iio igures, I'urlor Ornaments. kr. ELEGANT SEVEN OCTAVE PIANOFORTE, Music Cabinet, Stool and Oliver; Slegunt Bureaus, Bedsteads, twelve Hair Mattresses, 'hainber Suits, iu rosewood: Hronzo Clock, Spring Bent 'Imns, Mirrors, Bods uiut Bedding, oak Extension Tuhles, wo 8ofa Bedsteads, rich Cut G'nss of every deseripuon, Silver Wore, Forks. Spoons, t'jisters, Urns. Ten Service, ourbio top Huu; t, Oilcloth, rich Ctuindelrfrg. it. tide Kimtivo, rain or slime. R. \v. WEMUfff, Auctions*. AD. CUALK1N8, AUCTIONEER. POSITIVE SALE. TO UU).-h AN E-TATE. tn Extaord.nary i Ba n e llousekeeporij and Dealers in Fine F'uruduio. MONDAY. Ail).ubi'zli, al 11 o'clock precisely, All the costly Furniture, Paintings, insowood Drawing {com Suils, i leg .lit - ven o. lave I'lanouirte. Mm o:: y 1i--t Carpels, &e., lu the re u ' ne 21* I'ouiie.nii.it - t, user Eighth uviuuo. consisting ol' very elegant pi",- and icn'el Mirrors, lace anil bsxai'e Curtains, ricli < r.vod osewoinl Ktogcros, Willi mirror fronts; threes Id e scwooil I'urlor Suits, m si in. rosewood Ceniro Tables. I iuno?'i le, Sp ol aim Covi. <id runnings,Turkish Easy Chairs, d. guit china V.ces itad other inaulcl oriiaim nis. <> ik mu g Bible.( h nrs.. : inn Tea and Dinner Bets, c uti;l:?sivaie, i large us ailment ei tine Silverware, ivorv C.itl u-y: (igL'liicr Willi i?!i .aiii-iy ul' Chamber Punutiit e, ii nitu-wtHxi uinl in-. i I'.odu und ivddiug, pan liulr lluttrraas, VtM i'i, !i if m und lugralu Cnr)>> tn, Clw!;i?, lltriujH. iuuhop..i>> tliiii* nil'.i.i, l?ungii?, JUxkei>,Oil l"ths,&c. Sn! | -ii v . ' r Icrs attend. a m. easmN * co., auchonbob.?i*\hoE /\ a till . II d KarnltuttiOn Monday. August ?,.ii private iv>, < No. 4> WestSixteenth?tri~ t, Ii >v i a Fifth ami,xt!. tin. h, comprising l'urlur. I'humh-r nitii Dii.In,: id. m i'nu-.Uure. VTH.Ni' jHi M l'. >00 ! Kit CENT PROFIT. Tan or three days' sale. QUO Ilrookl.vi Oily i.ms will bu gold at publi. aniVnii, uiuiiiencii./oa lVe-dit . A gust 27, at 2 o'clock i'. M.,on li prciiua't'. b la. i I l\v iy and liuFhwick uv-ni.c, m* RoiilvianV'.did < . p. : uvenuos, Vuu Wrliitv strict tnd the ad.lolnin' n i.dibnrhosd, which is within llvo ill mil i vn w.iiiv 111 iii' 111 hi UllUer iii lllll iltn. 1 nil Ilroadwity njul Ka > vv York cars |>a-A the prep m, and itm three cent r : In el, 1 \v running from the Willi m.sliurgferries to M?rr'l treat, win n completed, par-. ts the premises iliin g-> iMi.i kerbockr avetn.o to the :mlot ii k ami walcr v. > ;.s. N. B.?Terms $'25 cash and S5 |H| month, or Dihi1v. a: he biiyei'H option. These terms still pine- n. m i |nwnr of many persons to suture a dome, uL |>i<>l- ii> i. i I its value, which at other tunes mould l< I'M : tiy t:?e price of Jots and tho i.s-uil tonus, 'ill rij is iii an excellent neighborhood and hi good grade. In pi it of WM. T. MIi.l?d. corner of Myrtle and 1/wis avt lines, or WM. CONMKLYMA, auc.u ueer,flushing, ii"ur UushWiek avenues. Collie see it. ituursns I VIMS. Vi't-nov?itittnvxK is NKTIOI.S will SKJJ.. TI!ESdny, August 27, at uno o'cloek, in front of sale.'wins, ."5 Nassau sir. ei. a very valuable sorrel Mare. 7 lOirsoM, 15 li.mii high. warranted sound, kind aud r nlle.vory prompt ami of groat bottom. Also a eity dufit Tup Wagon. m li st into order, together with liar less, Whip, blanket.-,Sheets, in;., tltc property of i geu.lemuu wlui has no funlicr use for tlicin. To be s 'Id wah>ut reserve. -Vlsoa dak blown Horse, 14)2 hands high, i years old. kind and gent'o in all harness, u very fa-ai d aruinpi driver: sts a s without tying; a tiret rato family dorse. 4 ICMON NfiTJCK-?M. C. gPKlr, AUCnONgElb? J\_ Horse, Wagon and Harness. K/JtA LlJMAlW, Jr., will sell oil ruesiiay, August '27, at 12 o'clock, at his salesrooms, bf> Liberty si reel. one door westol Broadw y, i vo: y line stylish dark bay Hm so, U>), bands high, \va: ranted perfectly sound, ka' ! an I gentle, and to trot m Ibre. minutes ; also a ligni .i glare bax Wagon, bii.t by Brewster, and a very us s..v pialed Harness. llr lOovocan be seen at iin stables, 191 Mercor street, uuli! Jny of sale. VL't'i'lO.N' Nililt II.Uili. AlKTIONT.Kli, V. il.L . sell to morrow (Monday), a! lialf-past tea o'click, ill tho elegant li'-nsoliold furniture of the largo private ;'esi leiieo, No. 128 Waver ley place, oast ol SjXtli uven.ic, ronsislin: of solid ros wood I'arlor Suits, covered in trims -ti and maroon brocatelle; do. in green n'n -ii; rosegood Cbnt.ro and l'ior Tab es, lit "gore, Tuik ai t ii-i; and lioungcs, Mirrors, Ciirt'iins, Shades, Bureaus, Bodstea'e, Mattresses, Bods a d P.edding, Brussels and Ingrain Car,lets, Oilcloth, fce. Also, all tho Chandeliers and i ixtures. ale without rosorvo. 4 DCTTON NOTICE.?a KENNEDY, NO. 299 BOWERY, TV Hulls at less iliaii auction prices, second hand Furniture, Carpels, Redding, Mirrors, Crockery, Cliuinl- lii-i s, Stoves. \c. Repairiiie uiid upholstery attended to. Worklicn sent out l>y llie day or job. Storage taken. Auction notice.?burnhamw furniture Express I'ucking E-Ublidim lit, No. 113 West Eleventh 'trcvt. between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Household For lilure boxed uiid shipped to all parts of the world. Cover lil wagons for removing furniture into the country. Furlitore stored. VUtTlON 8AI.K,?WATCH US, JKWFJ.KY. AC A. M. CRISTA EAR,actioneer, will sell on Monday. August !C ut IDo'clock, at 38 t 'lintluim street, comer of Tryon ew, a large and extensive .-'tick of Wateliis, Jew dry, tlumonds, Silver and Plapd Ware, (Huss Cases, Fixtures, roll Safe, Ac. Also, at 2 o'clock, ut 28 Division street, tile xmtents of a Millinery Store, comprising a large and geneal assortment ol' goods in that lino. DAMFI, A. MATHI'.WS, At ("flON'KKR.?SAI.KSi.OOM No. 79 Nassau stroot, between Fulton and John it roots.?PANIEI, A. MATHEWS will sell at uitetlon tonorrow (Monday), nt hall'-pnet ten o'clock, at his eales'onm,7? Nassau street, a general assortment of Housetold Furniture, consisting in part of roseivooil, walnut, aid mahogany Parlor Suits, In brncatcl, plush, and hair doth: Centre Tables, Itmuges. Rockers, Extension Tables, lining Chairs, French Red-.toads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Jookraxes, Mattresses. Corner Racks, Hat Stands, Ac. 'ataiogucH and goods now ready for examination. En. luitlow, auctioneer. . FIRST CRASS EXTRA EAKtJK HOUSE ON TWENTYTHIRD STREET AT AUCTION. (In conseq lenco of the owner going abio id.) E. H. l.UPl.oW ,v CO. will s 11 at auction, on Tuesday, kugust 27, at 12 oY'ock, at the Merchants' Exchange? EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET?1The valuable^ four u>ry urown stono I root ttonso mm im mo. oa East Twcny-third street, north side, near Fourth avenue. The louse is 28.3 by 45 foot, with three story extrusion; very omplete, in perfect order, and tastefully decorated; nil he modern improvements throughout; elegant mat bo 11 int ds throughout the ho so, lirough from Italy. Terms vill be libotnl. hot 28.3x110 tnt. Possession immeiiittely if required. For cards of admission uud full purlieuars apply at the auctioneer's olllce. HOI >13101.11 Fl'KNTTiTlR?JXO. K. VAN' ANTWERP'S 80N, Auctioneer, will sell on Tuesday, August 27, it 10,o'clock, at the salesroom, No. 73 William street, he entire Furniture of a house in Harlem, removed for lonvenience of sale, comprising in part handsome mela I ion and htigllsli Brussels Carpets, Hall Oilcloths. Brusols Stair Carpets, Stair Rods, Matting. &c.; also black valnut Parlor Furniture, in bair clotb; black walnut Exension Tables, do. Dining ltooin Chairs, black walnut and ten Bedsteads, Mattresses, Feather und Spring Beds, Vindow Shades, &c.; also rosewood Chairs, Stands, Side 'ah e large Pier Glass, with rosewood Stand, marble top; 'ut Class and China in variety; also a large ossorlment of Citchen C'tetisite, with which tho sale will commence, 'erms cash, bankable money. Henry green, acctioneer.?Monday, 20111 August, at 10}d o'clock, at the auction store 194 V'llliam street, 100 dairy Cheese, 4 bbls. pickled Salmon, andles, Groceries, Spici s, Scgars, 20 baskets Champagne, 0 case-, 0 dozen eaeli, All.sop's Ale. Also, at 12 o'clock, splendid gold Watches, 1 SewiDg Machine, lot of Dry ind Fancy Goods, several lots of Clothing, <cc. rjEKEMrfORY SALE OF HEAL ESTATE 1 AT 131JP. I.. I.. ON WEUNESDAY, AUGUST 28, At two o'clock I*. M., ou the premises. 1st. Tlio large and now Store lately occupied by K. P. hiryea; the more is yo by 60, two stories high. with cellar nil size; Unished complete, with liorsc shed and one acre if lund. 2d. The Wheelwright und Blacksmith Shops situated lear the store, with half nn acre of lund. yd. The new and commodious Cottage IIot.se, 28 by 40 eet; good cellar, water in the house, good garden, bcuut;nl lawn of forest trees, together with barn, wood house ad one acre of land. The above property is situated en the corner of South 'ounlry roail and Johnson avenue, opposite Pavilion Hoel and l-ake House, anil worthy tho attention of buyers. For particulars inquire of F. A. Bt'NCE, No. 2 City Hall ilace. or J. K. VALENTINE, 11 James slip, Now York. Ixril.l.lAM WIITI.KK. Al'CTIONEER?WII.I, SELI. TOVV morrow, at two o'clock, at 464 Canal street, all the riled Furniture of a large dwelling house; rich Carpets, it great variety; Parlor Suits. Heds and Iledding, Pier ond lantol Mirrors', t'iano, 1 lining lloom and Kitchen Furniun?. Ohms and Silver Wa-c, Stoves,&c.,all adapted to the rants of families and others. ITTTM.tAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER?OFFICE NO. 4 fV East Broadwav, will sell, on Monday, 26th Inst., . .n,, .....i?2b. il... .' ..1,1.1,1c ?l llm \.-? 4 Monroe street, conflating of Beds'eivds, Bedding, Connor, Beer l*um|>B, Tumblers, Prattlers, Barroom Chairs, hlpcarpeiitcr's (""Is, Mirrors, Clonks, Tables, Ac. NEW PtBMCATIONS. r E BON TON, Li JOURNAL PE MOPES, s thechoniKsst, best and most reliable fashion book pnbishc I. It is'warranted to keep the milliner, dress, cloak, irvoulte, cJtp,"lufltddrcs* and linen manufacturer corfecCy idvisod, In advance of importation, the prevailing styles n Taris, which no other work in America does. Its letter n fashions alone is worth more than the price churg-d. inscription one year, $5; single copies. 60 cents, i'ubIslied monthly l>y P. T. TAYLOR ft PON, 407 Brwylw?y, few York. n uiqu. _ AAA TO I/)AN?ON BOND AMD MORT(JjOu?\"UU 011 productive real estate In tlits city i r Brooklyn, In vims of $1,000 and upwards, for one or more yours. Apply to JOHN p. CON KEY, fa lb* otltco of the People's Fire Insurance Company, OS Wa> bl. OOt. LOAN OFPlt'BH. AT77 Bl.KW-'KKH t-niFd.r?MON'KY ADVAXCH) TO' any amount on Diamonds, Watcltos, Jewelry, Ptanoa, S'K.ttH. Dry Hoods. \e. N. 11 Pawnbrokers' Ikketa bought. ii. newr< >n 77 Rleurkor street, up stairs, Loans on ji.wn.nv op all kinds, books, Silks,ClothSe .us,Soaps, Wines and ovesyvarkoIV <if m?p,.t,nn,iu... r.i- ,..,,1 liK?.l ? ?1?? all. 7# Cedar dtp et. ij> glairs, front i fflce. LOWS ANJtlCH, 7J3 BROAIWr.lAr, l.'NPKR TUB NEW York Hotel, i Iviuo't s money on Plum- n's, AVntche* anil Jewelry, or will pure huso the saiuo.ttho highest) prices,for rush. . c[oa aaa to U'V.tfh: by hi hvman, /#" r\"x " -lsn Broadway, room No, 3, oq Witches, Diamonds :m 1 Verchandiro of every il scription from 510 Kiel npv..;' <1.-. Merchants In want of money will do well to call. Bcslntfs strictly contldentinl. M18CEUiAMBOt8. Aj.kxani.ra iikanpks, HAtHtl'ltG, cummksjoji. mer-lrmt?In country produce?butt tr, cheeso, grease, lard, niters his services to the American merchant* In litis m unch and grunt* liberal advance* ou consignments. rbrl'sefsok ivkp.y dliaciuptlon at tub h1u>h ) Factory,::j;i rl street. Harper's liclldine. All articles at the \< v I l.temry prices. Paint Brushes o| superior ipialtlv ooii-dautly 011 hand. JOHN K. HOPPEL. Bargk wavl>u<?to bail on shabby ur 4 proQ'.ahlo lute 1 one that will cftrr, I tem lit) to 'JOOinns; tuurt carry most of b*r load or tic k; will he well taken care of. Ad-Ire. 1 i|. O., box 140 1! raid office. Dki-nf-makin':?i-:.". i1.hth stkkkf?mmp. bo IMXISi-an is Wishing to have their Dree.se* made in elegant et. 1 w ill have their Dresses wan-anted to tit nri-1 ihii'h' l n .11 ly at nrtc-s to suit the times. Paris Fashions. Marble ham. i -?i.kkat bargains in mantcls. 'lie w I hlng to buy mantel* at a great reduction will tind to their advantage to call at A. KLAhkk's marble y. d. J13 Fast Eighteenth street, near Third avenue. M The b t r i reliablo In ttso, combine case I ami securltt. : ill durability. Mluiufitcuirj 62li Sixth if. > i .'en Thirty sixtu anil Thlrty-w* venth Htrcci.- N. f. Puib waiters of ail lends repaired at ftl Short?t uoikai. J. MCRTAIJOH. OPENING ! THE NEW YOltK K.I.E'TRICAI. INSTITL'TE Removal to IV Mi's Marble Buildings, 5(51 Broadway, N'.Y. All, DISEASES TREATED. New ami tvomhuio' <>ve ios iipil combinations itt M iDeal Electricity. Til' VITALIC SYSTEM. Klcriricit scii-uliUcally applied, No iinp'M i o i on the Imagination. All aches nil I | uiua thoroughly removed iu I IVE MINUTES. Man) men and chronic diseases cored la ONE DAY. A new Day of Miracles. The Inine u; I:. Tlii? b hid see, J lie deal' hear, And the halt made whole. Terms-SONE DOIJJUt For usual case.--. i ures guaranteed. Partioular attenti m to female complaints. Ollico hours, from 9 A. M. to 6 1*. M. Also principal d< pot for tho celebrated Electrical Remedies for all diseases. Price One Dollar. 501 BROADWAY, New York. 1 PERSIAN CORN* PIASTER.?A CERTAIN ( URE FOR Hard and Set Corns or Bunions, and all Painful Swellings of the Eeet. It has bccu before tlie public many years, an I has irivon universal satisfaction. Sold on.y at 103 Wen Twenty-fourth street, New York. Price 25 cents per package. TO INVALIDS.?EYE, EAR AND LUNG INFIRMARY ; Blindness and itoafness; the most hopeless casos cured without pain, by a new treatment. Also, Incipient Consumption, Catu rh, Bronchitis, Asthma, successfully trrafd. Rheumatism, and Neuraigin, nnd < lironio diseases cured by Electricity or Galvanism. OIBce No. 0ofl Uroadway,corner or Ilo ston street. Cousultation free. l)r. I- GRAVE'S, Physician to tlie Institution. There is a good time coking.?now is your ?' time to bnv tour Cooking Utensils, sjilver Plated \ Marc, Table Cutlery, Ac., ic., at E. D. UAf'SFOHDS, ? Cooper Institute, liouse furnishing stores. rno MANUFACTURERS?A CHICAGO IIOl SE, WITH A ? X general connection in Illinois, Wisconsin and,Iowa, ' Is desirous of nil Az?ncy for a line of Cash Goods. Address boat jagj Past DVtdXG AC A DA'. MHOS. Mil. c. H. RIVERS' NEW DANCING ACADEMY. NO^ f 33 Selierm"! li *n street, on Court street, Itrooklyu, will open on Tuosday, Soptcmbcr 10. Feud lor a cir c'.unr. HOVIXI, KUOM8, &C., WAKTKD. A FIRST CLASH FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED?B* ii good party, where the rent or nn>si of li e same would be taken in board, with permission for a few select boarders to be ta'ren. Apply to N. BISHOP, 14* IIroadway, store floor. Also can rent onn hundred Houses, , furnished and unfurnished, within thirty days. Furnished hocsx wanted?nr brqoklyst. be tween Fulton and South ferries. First class board lor rent; to he kept as a genteel boarding house. Addresg H. A. W., Herald ofllee. WANTED?TJY A SMALL FIRST CLASS FAMILY, A i three story high stoop basement House, between Fourteenth and Fortieth streets, Fourth and Seventh avenues; none need apply not having the above described houso and location; referenco undoubted. AddressC. Ht? 33 Pearl, near Whitehall street. WANTED?A THREE STORY MODERN BUILT House, in a good location. Rout not to oxcoed ' j $000 per annum. Address Tenant, 464 Sixth avenue, in the store. TTTANTEr?A FIRST CLASS, FURNISHED OR UNKURN* Vf ishod four story House, within two blocks of Broad" way, from Fourth to Twenty-fourth streets, by a responsible p.irtv. who wotwt prefer tho owner would board as partial equivalent for tho rent. Price must be very low to suit the times. References unexceptionable. Address J. (J. J., Hern id office. WANTED?V FURNISHED HOUSE IN BROOKLYN, ; for a Rood tenant. Address, with full particulars, H. C. O., box 27 Brooklyn Post office. "ITUANTED?A FURNISHED COTTAGE, FOR A CAREVV fill mid responsible tenant, within ahull' hour's ride of New York. Hudson river preferred, if convenient to a school. Address T. 1*. A., Brevoort House, Fifth avenue. New York. WANTED?A FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED FOUR * story House, within two blocks of Broadway, from Fourth to Twenty-fourth street (west preferred), by a responsible party, who will purchase the furniture It good. Address S. Dingee, No. 8 Pino street. WANTED?A SMALL, NEAT FURNISHED HOUSE; With modern improvements, situated above Eighth street. Responsible party. Four jiorsons in the family. Rent must lie low fiom September 1 to May 1. Address Morgan, 63 Barclay atreet, second story, fa* three days. WANTED?TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, BY A > small family of Ihroo persons. Address, stating price, H. S. L. D., box 2,576 Post office. WANTED?BY THREE ADl LT3, A SUIT OF FUR" uishod Rooms lor housekeeping, not abovo Twenty-third street, between Third and Seventh avenues. Address, with Dili particulars, terms and location, R. S. T.t boxM Herald office. WANTED?A NEAT, PLAIN, PARTIALLY FURNISHed House, in a respectable neighborhood; rent not to exceed $35 per month, puyable at the end of each month! Address Mr. Gray, station D, Bible House, Eighth street. WANTED?THREE UNFURNISHED BOOMS, ONE carpeted, with pas and water, for housekeeping of a ennui i.linn v. Aiiuri >.s m. v. a., nsnuu unite, siutiug price, which must be moderate. WANTED TO RENT?A FURNISHED HOUSE, IN A good lcraiion; rent must be lew. Address, stating loentinn. number of rooms and lowest price token, Furnished House, box ISO Herald office. DENTI8TRT. ARTIFICIAL HONK. FOR F1I.UN0 DECAYED ANfr aching teeth, put in soft without pain, color of tcetl* and warrant ed for lifo. 0. D. CRAWFORD, Dentist, (late 221 Sixth avenue) 27 Amity St., near Broadway. Artificial teoth.?only $8 for beaunfcii and substantial sets on pure silver; on tine gold and plat inn, $25; single teeth $1; teeth filled and extracted without the least pain ; art Itlcial hone filling only 50 conts. All work warranted. Office 1IJ8 Sixth avenue, bctwee? Tenth and Eleventh streets. Dr. LUTHER, Dentist. Artificial bonk filllno for decayed teeth-* Inserted whilo soft, without pressure or pain* Aching tenth or mere shells can be illlcd and preserve* by the discoverer, J. PEARSON, M. D., Rooms S59 Broad* way, west side, one door above SeventoentU street. All operations guaranteed. . IN ANSWER TO COMMUNICATIONS DAILY RECEIVED? asking information regarding my plan oT book present tat ions, 1 simply explain that having hithorto suffered greatly by giving credit, I have discontinued that course I and instead thereof, I present each patron one third thi profits derived from their patronage in choice books, sM locteit bv themselves fromfone of the largest stocks m New York, as a compliment for promptness, and am Iran |ljr iu ?UU IU?I> ?MC < J*pw? B-wvww, B>""B tion lo both myself ami customers. Further particular# at office, 42 Great Jones street. ? . . fir. LUXBSB, Sr., fi*4l#|r

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