Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 19, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 19, 1861 Page 3
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HOI SKS, ItOO.MS, &c? TO LET. A Hi;IT OK Kl'KMSIlED HOOMS TO LET?IS Twenty-flint mrcet, near Broadway, ?uUmMo fur h uae. keuping: w ould be let toa purty of fceutlem< n or a wua" f" tiiilv without children. Bent reference required. Ayply ul Mudia.'U ttnu.uv Koatolllce. A HANDSOME HOUSE TO LET?NO. Ill WF.S1 Forty-M-.-uud at reel, U u\.ivi? the Eighth aud Ninth ave Hue*. All luoaeruti* improvement* and llxturca ant] Ctiandolicra, ami ? ill lie renl?d for one-hull ihe usual renl until the 1st 01 May. Kor particular* inquire of Mr. Dl'FU, grocery atore, between Ninth and Tenth iiveuuua. A wimi.K tut i'\!.i- up n::\t tiii:i-k st<-kv XI. llou*ft to let; ooni.tint tne mou< tn tm prove iucuv?, *uig? yard, Ac. Apply at 3'J SulJIvau aired. A CHEAP KENT?EIUHT NICE FURNISHED BOOMS, $'J a month, In a heuliby pl;u c for children, one mile froin 11 arl,'in, near railroad depot. Possession Immediately. Reference required. Apply at -U7 Fulton street, from 10 A. M. to U M. Cottage to let on lease?a two story and utile gothlc Cotuigi', at Bedford, I,. I., corner of Cluvo road and Bergen sire. t. in gooj or.ler. 1'ossesi.lon Immediate. For uui ikulars apply to U, A. KIbSAM, iu l'luostreet, New York. Family hotel to let.?the family hotel in Brooklyn, E. D.. known us tin- Wall House, will lie ?ented low to 11 good truant. The house is In g'Kid or,lor, modern liuilt, with all the conveniences of gas, w ater und sewer connections. It Is In-own stone front, four stories In "height, 72 feet front, by 60 leet deep. The house Is furnished with carpets, bedsteads, mattresses. bureaus, chairs, parlor furniture, Ac. It Is very pleasantly situated, within three minutes' walk ol several ferrli k to lioth the lower and Upler juirt of New York. Apply at 220 Front street, New York, between 12 and 1 o'clock, IftUKNISIIE3 HOUSE TO LET?AT FLUSHING, L. I. A moderate sized iloulile House, In the village ef Flushing, between the steaiuhoat luiMling and the llallroud dep.it, with nine rooom*. Apply to J.\U. W. LAWRENCE, No. D2 Wall street. Furnished house to let.?the modern small three stury English basement House and Furniture, No. 6ft We?t Twenty-si:,Ui street. Apply to J. B. IRELAND, U) Wall street. Furnished hopse to let?the three story modern House and Furniture No. 7 Amity pbe-e, near Amity street. Apply to J. B. 1RELANl), SO Wall street. Furnished iioi se in twelfth street to let ? A small three story high stoop House, contains t< u Rooms and hath roion ! is full*. I'oritUlicil bus iraa Iiii 1 h and flue yard. Rent $80 j ' r month, or would be talTcn in board. Inquire at K<igurs' book store, Twelfth street, near Broadway. Frus'isiiBD house TO i:kst-till may nfat, or for a longer term.?In consequence of the sudden departure of the owner from the city, a now first class brown tone 1I ousc, situated in a most desirable and fashi* liable o?-i*;hl?"rh""<), and NOeOtlr furnished in the mM( el g in( md luxurious manner with rosewood furniture throughout, will be rented to a small family only. A trusty set of servants ran go with ihe house. Kent in'ininnl. A note directfid to It. W., box 717 Post office, will receive attention. For rent?the spacious stoke m grand street, containing two large show windows, and 1k one of the best locations lor the dry goods business. Inquire on ihe premises. Good chance for a baker or orocer.?to let, at a very low rent, only $'W0 per aunum, until May next, the three story brick Dwelling and Store, with front and rear basements, water and Kan; fixtures all complete; in u tirst elans neighborhood. Apply on the premises, lirst brt? k tore east of Tompkins avenue, on north hide of Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, or of N. w. BU8TEED, No. 0 Wail sireot, Commonwealth Fire Insurance Company. House to lease and furniture for sale ? A large four story an l basement brown stone House in Fourteenth street, near Sixth avenue, to lease and furniture for salt-. The boUSft istt feet Wide by 70 fset *! ? p; walls handsomely frescoed ami in perfect order. The furniture is new, very handsome and tthe best quality, made by one of ihe best makers in the city. The house "will not be rented for a boarding house. The reason of the family wiling out, they leave for Eurone about the tirst of November, at which time possession will be given. Address box 1,149 Post office. House to let-and furniture for sale, in Irving place, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets; a newly and most elegantly furnished House, with all the modem improvements. Kent low aud furniture cheap. For particulars add rem* box 3,0ltt. Hotel to let.?the joiinson house, no. iso Chambers street, opposite the Hudson River Railroad station, and Furniture and Fixtures for sale, now doing a good business. Apply to ACKER, MLRRALL& CO., 132 Chambers street. House and furniture to let in Brooklyn.? A four BLnrv HniluP ftillv furnfahM<l no,..- th.. unable for a boarding house, will bo rented until May next ?L a very reasonable price, or longer. For particulars audreBS Olrmtesd, tttflld OBM. House to lease-the thrfe story brick House, with high stoop, 170 Lexington avenue; has byen thoroughly re|>ainted throughout; contains all the modern unprovements. Apply on the premises from 10 to 3 o'clock, or of JOHN II. HUDSON, with Walter Brown, 60 Finest. House no. 7 iiubert street to let?very low to a good tenant. Possession immediately. Apply to UEO. O. SICKLES, 79 Sn*&au street. Nice apartments to let?consisting of four Roojus, at No. '20 Gansevoort street, and four Rooms, with bath Rooms, at 22 GnnseToort street, corner of Hudson; tlso, a store' at No. G50 Hudson utreet. coruer of Guusevoort itreet. Inquire ol Mrs. EASTON, 643 Hudson street. pAM<2f "WRK TO tKT-TN A JL ?irabic situation, \vJih til IM ia?(!?rn TmplWemonts. Fvr 'iirthi-r nartlculars amilv at 37 Went Tiv..ntv>r?i 10 LET?Fl'ItNISIIED OR UNFURNISHED, THE House23S West Twenty-third street, near Seventh avenue. Location and neighborhood fli nt class. Terms low to a responsible party. Fur particular* apply to A. BERNARD, 2U3 Broadway. TO LET-ONE FOUR STORY FIRST CLASS BROWN stone front house, frescoed In gold. Rent until May, $575; will Rive lease. Also, one for WOO. Inquire at No. iu West Forty-sixth street, between Fifth and Siilh avenues. niO LET-TWO OF THE PRETTIEST T1IKEF, STOKY J. houses In the city, w ith large court yards in front. until May. Will inquire at No. ldU East Thirty-third street, uear Sec.md nveniie. TO LET-TIIE TniRD FLOOR IN UEAR BUILDING 29 Allen strict, 20 feet wide ami 60 feet long, with a good front light. Inquire at 4'J Eldridge street, in the ottice, rear. tino LET-TIIE LARGE STORE AND SALOON NO. 2M it Grand street, near the Bowery, together with the basement and dwelling part if desired: well adapted for almost any extensive business. Apply at No. 225 Bowery. TO LET-A FOUR STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT House, 89 West Twenty-sixth street. Has nil the mortrrp improvements. Apply to HENRY II. ilORANQE, 107 Broadway! TO LET-AS FURNISHED, TIIE HOUSE 324 WEST Twenty-second street. It mny be seen from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. For terms apply on the premises, or to K. NICUOLLS, 91 West Thirteenth street. TO LET?TIIE THREE STORY BUILDING 2S) ORAND street, two doors lrom the Bowery; a line location lor iklmi st any kind of business; rent low to a good tenant; 1" ssession given immediately. Apply to E. O. BR1KC-KERHOFF, Elizabeth street. TO LET.?A (100D CHANCE FOR A BAKER TO COMineucc business in the village of Uuttcnberg, N. J.?Two Houses, oni' a three storv, built expressly for a bakery; the other suitable for a dwelling; each have stables attached, with a good well ot water. It will be a good chance to any enterprising man In commence the linking business, as there Is no good baker In the village. Apply to KOIILER, at the steam brewery of Koliler A Flncke, Uuttcnberg, N. J., or to Squire Dwyers, near the premises, opposite Seventieth treet, North river, N. Y. TO LET?TIIE OLDEST ESTABLISHED BAKERY IN this City, at No. 200 Division street. Apply to CiEOROE O. HALLOCK, No. 31 Suffolk street. TO LET.?TIIE FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMANT, WITH a Bedroom up suilrs if required; suitable for a small family or physician; bath,. .'ft s, hot and cold water; rent moderate. Apply to J. HOI'JCINS, 2SI Fourth avenue, near Twenty-second Btieet. X brown stone House, situated No. 232 Went Thirty-second street, recently put in complete order: contains ull the extra modern improvements; neighborhood unexceptionable; rent low. Apply to ROBERT I'SIIER, Jr., 152 West Thirtyfourth street. TO LET?THE LAROE THREE STORY AND FINISH ?'d attic brick House, 20 White street, formerly known as Hotel Federal. To a gnod responsible party it will be let low. Inquire of E. II. Ll'DLOW <1e CO., No. 3 Vine street. TO LET?TO A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY, THE upper part of the lint class Dwelling House, 120 West tliumtuti street, on reasonable terms. Impure on the premines. TO LET?IN A TLEASANT AND HEALTHY VILLAOE, less than one hour from New York, and easily accessible, n new and pretty house, containing 12 rooms, substantially built, and equally adapted for a winter or summer residence for a genteel family. Rent $325. Address Eagle, box 207 flerala offloe. rpo LF.T-A NICE SMALL THREE KTORY HOUSE ON i Fifty-eighth street, between Second and Third avenues, In fine order; water and gas; fine yard. Rent $25 per month to a good party. Apply to R. M. JONES, Cashier llarletn R iliroad, corner of Fourth avenue and Twenty-sixth street, tn Treasurer's ollicc. TO LET?A BARGAIN, TIIE WHOLE OR I'ART OF (t,i . .. .,,,.1 I. . l,i>,,u n S1..IIM 1I.,1|?. <>, Vi. lt. Ill street, second nouse wrul of Eighth avenue; it.is lixtures; nil modern improvements. 822 per month. Apply to W. if. HILLIMAN, 7:i'J Slith avenue, between Fur! j-third and Forty-fourth street*. TO LET?Til F. LOWER PART OF IIOCSE 13 WOOSTER street; front nnd bark l'arlor*, bark 1! s tnent, frout Cellar, anil large attic Room. it. in $200. Iu'juirc at 45 Woonter street. mi) I.KT-T11E VERY DESIRABLE KOl'R STORY 1 l>r wn stone front Houses M E??l Twenty-eighth ?treet, near Fourth avenue, and 22y West Thirty-fourth street. Rent low. Possession 1st of Octolicr. JOHN S. KELSO, 02 William street. rpo LET?BROADWAY STORE NO. 817; ALSO SMAI.I, 1 Stores o.i T>vrlMh street, IK) feet west of llmailwa) : also (he Heewnd Story Corner and l!.i.-emcot of No. 81#. Rooms fin- mi'i 'lien. ,ve. .lolIN ' KKLsO, IB \? I..IH.II K *. TO LET?THE THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE NO. US) Fourth street, comer of West Tenth street, will be M.i\- next. Apply on the premises, between the hours of 2 ami 4 1'. M. mo LET?FURNISHED, A FIRST f'LASS FOUR STORY J. lirown stone front House, 25xflO, with nil modern I'm. provi nieiitsj romple'.i'ly itn l handsomely furnished; situate on a wlilc street near Broadwav; rent low to a private family. Apply to ClIAS. E. MILLS, 34 Cedar street. TO LET?THE FOUR STORY HOUSE, MODERN IMproveineuts, No. 93 B.iuk street, near AMngdon sipuare. Bent per annum to a responsible tenant. Also, 772 Greenwich street, upper tloor. Rent SO periuouth. Apply on the premises. ,*K> LET?A LARGE FOUR STORY STONE FRONT I -W . situated up towu??ear Filth avenue; the ownet J- ' >sre no objeeti in to receive the rent in board. Apply would n "Sitotv-eliflith street, for information. at 14 East :: , , T" ti " tl'J'EB ''ART OF A TITREK STORY I .. T r ? of seven inrluding bath room, A Hon( niislstlo jjo, 9 Ludlow place, West HousIol Inquire oil the | reml". eti-i t, near, Macdouitul. plivi'me.TtV'nv .kV tiom II. ^y-.T.Ienaidration; ?ecu from u tolo'd. . K^J Fourth avenufl. i m Hocm, HOOMS, Mm TO LF.T. rivi i.l'.T?<>N THIRTY NiMH STREET, NEAR LEXINUL tun aveuue?A tirnt clasi thru' stoi-y hleh utoopbrl'k H u?e; ha? all the modern lujnroveoieula, and lain perfect i r*i air. K. iu till May, f&i. Apply to l'EKT A THOMAS, H2ti Broadway. TO LET-PART OF THE KIIitST Ot.ASS HOUSE, N?>. Kfi Saiuld street, Brooklyn: Parlor, Dining ltoom, Kit" hen, I tlirf" ItidrouniH, Cl.is'U, A, handruiiioly and completely furnU 'i ll, t>i a miiiill geiiterl family, a<hlltf>; a in'Wt drulrablo homo; every oouveuletiee for keeping honae. Call u? above. TO LET?THE THKEE STORY AND BASEMENT llmi!" , L/. Tlilrty-*iv<niU ilri'et, betwera Lcuuutun an J i Third avenues, suitable fur a smull genteel family; nan I roton, yaa, ?lc.; rem low to a Kood tenant. Inuitlvo un the prernlMM, from 10 till 4 o'cloek, or of H. Kl'SSKLL, 1-7 West Twenty-fifth hlreet. rpo LET?FURNISHED OK UNFURNISHED, A THIRD X Floor, to a Mm.ill lamllv, with gas, fur housekeeping; nlso twosmall Rooms for single j;euili men. Apply at 1 !t Wist Twenty-seventh street, northwest earner of Br >a<lw ay. TO LET?SECOND FLOOR OF 104 EAST TWENTYeighth strict, (ivo rooms; also Upper Pnrt of eotUiye 121 East Tweiity-clvhth street, four room*; also three Rooms ut l<J?.>i Twcrit. -i liililU street, ut $S; also three do. ut las Third avenue, ut $7; also three Rooms at 146 Thlnl avenue, at i'J. J. It. W1LOOX, 3?3Fourth mtuiim, TO LET?A TWO STORY HOUSE, WITH HANDSOME Bar and Fixtures complete, Bagatelle tic. Sunk to lie disposed of. Inquire ut the Hudson Shadt s, fool ol West Fllty-seeond streel, New York. TO LET?Fl'RNISllED THROUGHOUT IN THE REST muimer, a Drat class brown atone front Hotive, with IdlHard room and all modern improvements, 20 feet (Mucin s front, situated on Twenty-second street, between Fourth and Filth avenues. For particular* and an order to see U apply to C. J. RK'HAltDS, III 1'latt street. rpo LET IN BROOKLYN?FURNISHED, A THREE X story House at 85 Second place; water, gas uud mwi i ; possession immediately. Rent $SUtl. Apply ou the premise*. rpo LET CHEAP?AT RYE, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, X N. Y , ii very nice, pleasantly situuled two story and attic House, with a good Harden, three acres of laiul, carriage house, bnrn, stable and every convenience. Apply at No. 8 Ludlow plaoe, or to JAMES C. WORDKN, at Milton, one mile from Rye station. rPO LET OR LEASE?THE TWENTY FEET THREE X story and attic House, 1.^9 Tenth aviiuie, suitable for one o? two fiiMitllea, situated Iwlwoen Twcniy-sooend and Twen I V'liill VI iiri'i", n-lll < ?*/. 1,1 " ? V/HO.IO, KI.P Now street, between U and 2, and 12W Fifth avenue ut i> A. M. and 1". W. TO LEASE?IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, Til AT LARGE lire proof building, 36 Park street, near Dunne and Centre Stiff1*. Suitable for iuaimfaeturui? purpose*or heavy storage. Well lighted. WM. H. SCOF1ELD, S' William llntt, 1M lb.or, INT "lllee. TO LEASE?ON FAVORABLE TEHMS, TWO VEHY superior brown clone House*, well adapted for a public iubiiiuiijii, club leiuse or lirst class bo.irdini; house. fan be wen every day, between the hours of 11 and 4 o'clock, by applying to ibe owners, 7ft and 75 East Fourteenth street. TO mil I.OW TO A GOOD TENANT?THE 1001 story brown stono House No. 64 East Thirty.eighth street; all the modern improvements. Apply st No. 62. next door, or to T. k L. ROBS n CO., 8* Pearl street. THE DESIRAM.E THREE STORY IIOISF. NO.6 WASH itigton plaee, Williamsburg, will be let low to an unexeep. tionnble tenant, Kor particulars Inquire id' the owner, at Na 13 V\ ishlngton place, South Sixth stieet, near Fifth. TWO COTTAOK8 TO LET?ON THE southeastOOR. ner 111 Fifty-seventh street mill First avenue. Kent J'.M each [? r mouth. Apply lit 39 Nassau street, corner of Liberty street, room No. 2. TWO BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED HOUSES IN BROOKlyn, with every couvenleuce, accessible to all the ferries, will be let ut a very low rent to a good tenant. Apply at S.V Bridge street. C!in A .MONTH.-COTTAGE 110USE, EIGHT ROOMS, ?piu South Brooklyn, near South ferry, fronting city railroad, with an uninterrupted view of the sea aud open neiils. Immediate possesion. Apply at 29 Columbia alieei, lliook?y? CLOTHISO. ~ A LARGE ORDER ?I HAVE JUST RECEIVED $12,000 to purchase east oil' Clothing, Furniture, Carpets, Jkc., for the Western and California markets. Ladles and gentlemen, 1 will pay fifty per cent more than any other dealer, liy calling on or n ldrcKstng a note to the new establishment of B. MINTZ, 187 Sinth avenue, between Tenth aud Eleventh Street. Ladies attended by Mrs. Mititz. A RARE CHANCE.?LADIES AND GENTLEMEN?I want a lar.i;c lot of cast off Clothing for the Western market; Carpets and Furniture. I promise to pay the highest price for them by calling on nr addressing M. Kills, No. 93 Seventh avenue, Tn lwv?Illsiile?nHi and Seveutccuth streets. Ladles attended by Mr*. Ellis. A T EZEKIEL'8 OLD STAND-LADIES AND GENTS JV can obtain the following prices for their ca?t-oir Wearing Apparel. From fb to (2ti for silk dresses; from M to SIS tor coats, and from $1 l.i $.'i lor pants; also carpels." iVneliT, Ae. A note by p< st punctually attended to ay KKElvlE'j, Seventh avenue, between Nineteenth uud Twentieth streets. Ladles attended to by Mfs. E. ATTEKTIONf-LADlES AND GENTLEMAN, IF YOU wish to get the full value of your east oil Clothing, Car]? <* and Furniture, tlie l e*t thing you can do is to send a note to F. HAIIKIR, lftC Seventh avenne; there you mnv be convinced you w ill be dealt with to your satisfaction. l?t<llcs attended lo i>y Mis. nam#. 150 sevcuth avenue, uearTweutv-iirm ?tfeeL_ .. Arf.tter chance for ladies and genti.kmen Id dif pose of their cast off Clothing. Carpets, Furniture, Jewelry.?1 guarantee lo pay 60 per cent more than any dc aler iu the city. Call on or address J. Aulmlt, 162 Seventh avenue, between Twentieth and Twenty-tlrst streets. Ltail.ua attended by Mrs AnUalt. A GREAT DEMAND FOR CLOTHING.?LADIES AND gentlemen having any ("ant OfF Clothing, Furniture, Carpets and Jewelry, will receive the highest price by calling on or addressing A. HARRIS, 688 Third avenue. Ladies attended by Mrs. Harris. TTENTIONTLADXES AND GENTLEMEN.-WAN TED, a lot of cast oil'Clothing, Furniture, Carpet*. Ac. I ittiarautee to pay the highest price, by caliing on or .'"IdrcsMng M. ABRAHAMS, 233 Seventh avenue, between Twcnty-flftii and Twenty-sixth streets. Ladi.'t attended liy Mrs. A. A"~ N ORDER RECEIVED.?$f\0(/0 WORTH"OK CAST off Clothing to purchase for California and Western markets; Furniture, Carpets, Jewelry, Ac. I do not pretend p offer nominal prices, but I g iaran?*e to pay the utmost value for each article, by calling on or addressing E. 11,70 Kixtli avenue, second door a'mvv Wav*rley place. LaJics at tended by Mrs. E. 11. GREAT QUANTITY OF CAST OFF CLOTHING, Furniture, Carpets an 1 Jewelry wanted, to supply the Western market, I pay n' follows;?For Silk Drosses from $10 to $30: Coata from $'i lo $1S; l'ants from $1 GO to $5. Call on or address A. DUCAS, 218 S'renth avenue, between Twenty-fourth and Twemy.Ullli streets. Ladies attended by Mrs. D. PROPOSALS. P~ ROI'OSALS FOR REVENUE VESSELS. Treasci y DEFAtmiKST, I Was:iisot(i.n. Se)it. 3, 1861. j The department will receive proposals, accompanied by models, plans and spcclflcations, until 12 o'clock, Monday, 30th September, 1801, for the complete construction nnd equipment ot-two steam screw revenue vessels of 750 tons each, anil of three steam screw revenue vctaels of &J0 tons caeii. United States measurement. Proposals will only he considered from successful s:eam?bip builders actually engaged in that business, and the i: i.mic of the marine steam engine establishment at which the steam machinery Is to be made must be stated, and will have due weight. The load draft of water of the v-eisels of 750 tons must not exceed ton (10) feet, and they will be armed with one rilled pivot gun of S.OfW lbs. weight, two 32-pounder guns of 42 cwt., an 1 one heavy,navy 24 pounder howitzer on t!ie top-gallant forecastle. Tli"e complement lor each vessel to bo 120 persons, carrying provisions for sixty days, and 2.S0U gallons oi water bit' waler. The vessels to he wThornier ringed, with flying gall" topsails, square mil, awl yurd to Ml flying. The load <1 ruft ol water of dm vessels of (TOO tons must not exceed iM fcfit. and ikqr will be srraad, Ckoh, with ou rifled pivot gun of 8,800 ll>?>. weight, two S2-pottuders of 42cwt? and one light nuvy 24-puuuder howitzer on the U>p-g.iUaut forecastle. The complement for each vofsel will be ninety-five persons, carrying'provisions for sixty din s and 2.1XKJ gallons of water, lu links, and to be famished with a condenser for distilling potable water. The vessels to be schooner risged, with Dying gaff topsails, square sail and vard to set living. The proposal must bo for the hull, spars, rigging, sails and raiii.iKS work, mast coals, awnings, hammocks and bats, boats, anchors and cables, tanks, casks, binnacles, bells, furniture for cabins and messrooms, cooking apparatus and utensils complete, steam machinery, spare work, coal bunkers, tilled with ltuck Mountain coal, with all the equipments and outfits of every kind, and In all respects ready to receive her oillccrs, meu, provisions and armament, and at oncc proceed to sea. The armaments, provisions, nautical Instruments and charts only will be provided bv the government. it is desirable to have the highest attainable speed, which must lie stated ill the offer, together with the length of time it can be maintained and the-quantify of coal that can lie carried in the bunkers for that speed, which should not be less than for ten days of twenty-four hours each. The specifications must describe fully the material to fie used; the manner and size of fastening; the detail of the Size, finish and arrangement .of the machinery, and of the various equipments and outfits included in the proposal. The p'.ans must lie working drawings, from Inch the vessel and machinery can be built, showing the allotment of space f"i accommodations, steam mom. matjaznice, shell rooms, disposition of coal, and convenient stowage must be provided. It is to be understood that in the contract n guarantee ?ill be inserted of the fulfilment of the condition of draft of water, speed, fuel, satisfactory working of the machinery, and Other points required, with n forfeiture In case of failure. The bidders must state the least time from the signing the .... ii... nr.,,., ...I ?>.. V will agree to complete the tmmIi ready fui aai er them nt any ports th y moy name. Thr. total am'tint for which they will en?pigrt to do nil that in re hi I red in th?- l'or ftoitiR adverit?? inrnt, anil to ho embru ?d lii their speciflcatlous lind pJuns. mutt be fttatcd. and the bids must be aoc?>.'jpanie< 1 by the guarantee rciulred by law that, if awarded, Uiev will execute the contract. Puymcns will t>e mode nt four different int'-rval* as the w?'i"k j'! ^re-scs, reulntnff one.flfth of the whole amount ! ninety (90) dftjn be d i j of the eaeel, i i pair nny defects that may be discovered within that time ua trial at *ea. The Department reserve* tie rii ht to accept the proposals made iu ' fortuity with lite conditions pre* ritH' i v. i n It it may consider most M the Interests of the fforermnent, and to combia< the greatest number of advantages, and t reject ibv of ell t them 11 lis option. A competent person ivlfl )?e appointed by the Department to k ipertutcud toe construction and equipment of each of the vcWls. The specifications, plan* and models of parlies not obtain* ing contracts may be withdrawn by them. S. P. C HASE, Secretary of the Treasury. QE.VLED PROPOSALS ARE INVITED TILL TUE !!TH O day of tii'i (ember, 1S61. for supplying the Army ol' the Patomuc with l'ota! ?f. About 40,1100 bushels willrequired, in lota of about P.000 bushels per week. The Potatoes to be of the iirst quality anil equal iu quality to the following kinds ? Meteors (blue), Pink Eye, Mercers (white). ' The potato.* to be d-dlvorpd In Washington, and subject to such luspcction on delivery as the Subsistence. Department may n quire, end payment to be tuade iu Treasury notes, if government should desire It, ' The potatoes to be delivered in good, strong barrels, and caeli bu.'.iol to be estimated at sixty pounds. The bills to be directed to Captain A. Reckwith, C. S., U. S. A., Washington, D. C. utitrrncB ?vn .tii'APTffT.nv. W'TIV VI I sr.T.i IS<; 0 >LD AND SILVERWAT? RES TT Kooheivrf Brraiifoouli l? Bairn-unci I um oMii;. .1 to I pell. Sllvt r Wnfli. * iff.; (I 'lil IVuvlws $10, $if. $2fti.iui $(>.; oirttaiti v prt< h $20,425. 840 fctid $I0J. DM p.iil uud Hilvcr ; tiouiilil "<)r tnfccn in eMhan. . \\ Rtdicn cluuii d umi repaired f . t i. <<ia?4ca fl.tid for li cent*. 1 * ' L. JACOBS, 13 Cedar sUceU , W TOKK HERALD, Tilt iioahdim; a\u juppqnrcu A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WOl'LD LET A HAND comely foroUhed huU of ltooniri, a I'arlor and two 1??nI rouiui, a I'tfth room .ul joining, oil tbo mtoiuI iloor, wit! Board. The hou?t haa all thomodtfru improvement* anil it nlcaxantly *Kuat?il on Mmmv Hill. Inuuir** at 2SI Ion avenue, third house above Thirty-eighth street. Kclo renoes required. A lady having taken the first ti,ass nevsv. 114 Second aveuue, control' Seventh trei-i, ha.? few Suits and al?o Home Hlnule Km ins to dispose of. I'all ul nou*c or address box 3,383 New York Post office. Apjuvatk family WOULD LIT THB 8BCM N; Floor, consisting of a parlor and bedrooms, well fur ni?tfi< (l, to Ji party ot ;; mb-men. Partial Board or Private T ible If desired. Houmj conveniently and pleasantly located, A| j I) m tt \v. si Tvi eat) mh ond atreit, A FAMILY Ki:si 1)| N<; o\ THE FIFTH AMM F would let, with Houtd, a third story front Koom to ji r ?wple lor $11 jn r w? ek. References exenang* I. Also, tw? Rooms for single gentlemen. Address W.P. W.,tf3 lUad? Sin et. APU1VATE FAMILY HAVE AN ELEGANT SlTIT OF Room* to let, unturuiiihed, with tlrat clans Board. Ap I ply :it No. 13 Ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth avetiui a, A PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD ACCOMMODATE A gentleman and wife or tingle gentlemen with handI somely furnished Room* and Hoard. The houne U replete I with every convenience for comfort. Terms very modernW! to desirable parties. Apply at 130 East Thirteenth street, ' west of Second avenue. AT EAST TENTH STREET, CONVENIENT TO Broadway?To let, with Hoard, a desirable Second Floor, together or separately, furnished or uut urnlshed; uIm. | a very pleasant back Parlor and iartrc fourth story Kooiu. A T NO. 07 EAST TWENTY-THIRDSTREET, BETWEEN }\ I^*\ifi li.ri i.it.I (.'..iii-lli ai'Kiiiinu?T?'.. IJ..?.i.?m wtiil able for* genUeman and lady. or two Mingle nimUetneu; aU< one small room, to rent, with Mount. Location um?urpu; -> tl fur pleasant quletae**, and easily aceceelble by several hum of mage# and cam. A FEW VERY BEAUTIFUL SECOND FLOOR ROOMS, with excellent Board, may bo secured by atridly Aral * lush boanlcm, at 08 Went Nineteenth atrcet, corner ol Hixtb avenue. A FEW HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO rent, lu aulta or singly, with Hoard, for the winter; Utuu reasonable; house hrtlclaaa. A] ply at 44 West Ninth atrcet, near Fifth avenue. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SUIT OF ROOMS O.N accond tloor uml anisic Room* to let, with Hoard, in a deairaMe location, at prices to Hint the tiniea. Apply ai No. S3 Clinton place, between University place ami Bioadwuy. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A LARGE neatly furnished Room, with can and privilege oJ bath, to one or two alngle gentlemen, with partial Hoard if required; t<?rnm moderate, inquire at 312 Went Forty-third street, below Ninth avenue. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY HAVING MORE ROOM than the) require will tot t?. gi dUmno without botrd i huudaome Furnished Room, with grate and gaa. Apply a 2131 Broome street. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO SINGLE GENtlemeii, can lind a nlcasunt home, on very moderate term*, In a private family In llarlcrn. Third avenue cam pa** the door. For Information address A. W., box i'J7 liarfan. 4 NY LADY WISHING TO GET RESPECTABLE JY Board in a pleasant part of the village of Naiigatuck , Conn., and very convenient to four different churchca, can have very reasonable board by addreaaiMg or calling on .Mm. B. Fobea. No objection to children. ^ GKNTI.KMAN, AGED 'S2 YEARS. OF RE8PECTA' runs of the acquaintance of a lady cil wcailh aud iutliued to matrimony, poio.e*sing wealth about equal to the ailvt rtiwr, aud not ovei 30 years oi' bjiu. Adtlre?? Camcrurf, box loo Herald oht. 4 RESPECTABLE AMERICAN WIDOW COl'LD ACJV commodate two or three children to Board, Parents who would like to get.a good boon* tor tie li children aiid a good nchoul, ran by writing or railing on Mrs. E. Fobca, Naugatuck, Com. ; lammling all tor #2 60 i er wMk. A French family will let a large well tiirulKhed front Room. Also two ball UndrwiniRi w ith lirstclttsh Hoard. Apply at No. 10 Went Thirteenth alt-vet, near Fifth avenue. A PRIVATE FAMILY LIVING IN OOOD STYLE IN A modern atone front bouae, will let u Parlor ami Bedroom, Willi Board, to a Minglegrnllenian dcalriugu comfortable' home. Terma moderate. Address Twrnly-Mecoud meet, box 1M Ilerald ollioe. A PLEASANT HOME MAY BE FOUND.?SEVER VL gciiu and iheir wive*, with Rooms for two dngle genla. None but genteel parllea need apply ut So. IS Afhlund place, corner of Waverley place. Dinner ul G>? o'cloc k. A SMALL, STRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY, VERY pl"u*antly and quietly situated, in a house with all the modern improvements, in the Ninth ward, near .Sixth avenue, would let, wltli Hoard, a front Parlor and Bedroom attached, or the entile nvoud Floor, furnulied. Term* moderaw. No o'her boarder*. Relvrcucea i X'.bangcu. Addruaa T. B., bo* K.4J7 P??l ollice. ? ii. . .. , A GERMAN FAMILY, OF THE IIIQIIEST RESPECT A aX l?ility, will J? i u Jew pieasant Rooms, with excellent Bourd, to single gentlemen, or gentlemen and their wives; the house has all modv.ru improvements; location gooil, iu Ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Apply at No. 1 Barclay street, corner of Broadway, basement. A LlE2.BJUAim85MELY FITKJUSHEP ROOM, JVJT1I J.X. Bedroom adjoining, on second floor, to let, w ml Ruard, in the first class houne 70 East Twenty?sixth street, between L xiugton and Fourth avenues; also two Rooms suitable for ting!* geutlemen. In ferences exchanged. A FRONT PARLOR ON SECOND FLOOR, TOGETHER with one or two Bedrooms; also desirable Rooms on third tloor to rent, with Board, for the winter, in the Jirst class house 36 Wot Tweltth street, near Fifth avenue. A SLIT OF ELEGANTLY FURNISTIED ROOMS TO let, either together orrepurate, w ith good Board, to gentlemen and their wives or single gentlemen, in the very desirable house 100 West Eleventh street, near Sixth avenue. House and locution unsurpassed. References r? quired. A FURNISHED SUIT OF ROOMS TO LET-TOGETHER 2A. or separately, to single geutlemen, in a private Fiviuh family. Location most aesirabJc, Apply at Fourth street, Washington square. 4 SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY RESIDINO AT 154 Jx. West Forty.'hint street, between Broadway and E1gh. h avenue, would dispone ot two or tnreo pleasant Rooms, with B ,ard. Rtfieren x h requited. 4 SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY. OCCUPYING THEIR 2\. own house, iu a most desirable location, wish to rent to a party of two or three, who will twyu remunerative price for Board, a handsomely furnished .suit ol Rooms: ears and stages 1 ave the corner for every part of the city. Inquire at 72 East Thirty-second street. 4 GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR TWO SINGLE GENj\. tlemen can have superior accommodations aud Board, in a first cfass house and neighborhood, w ith a small family. tiuli street, for liiree ua\ tt. At greatly reduced prices?newly furIiUIjci] Rooms, from $1 !<> fi! W per wo k, Lodgings hum 2fl to 37 cent* per niyht, at the Kriitikfnrt House,corner of Frunfurt andyvillum streets. Open nil night. At the large first class double house no. 127 Hl 'i ''k? t street, went of and near Broadway. 1" a re' ally lirst class family Boarding House, with Rooms unsurpassed In size and eomfort, In suits or single; the ehi apest place lu-thu city for the style and quality of w hat ts offered. A SUIT OF NHEL V FURNISHED BOOKS Tn LET? J\_ on second lloor, to a gentleman and wife. Also Rooms on third lloor, for single gentlemen, wlih or w ithout Bourtr. House lirst class. Apply at 77 Fourth uveuue, near Tenth street. t avrr of elegant rooms on second floor, 1\. with Board, to gentlemen and tlielr wives. Also idn^le Rooms for gentlemen, or Koorns for a party of gentlemen. Apply nt No. 1 West Ttveiity-fourth street. Dinner atd o'clock. li r u rwis, iv uaui aim/ geuil' inan, board for Hi1' lady only, with a widow living ufi;nc. Al.-o a Uaom for a tia^iu gentleman. Apply nt 177 () reel if tttreet. ALAIIV WOULD LIKE TO LET TWO HANDSOMELY furniahud Parlors to n lady and gentleman, full board lor the lady, partial for gentleman if required. Family small and private. Location unsurpassed. A] ply at No. M But Twenty-Qfth street, ne*r<LexiiigUm avenue. A SINGLE GENTLEMAN OR LADY WANTING A tiiMHll furnished ltoom, with privilege of bath and water closet on the same lloor, can liud the Bamc at 70 West Houston street Beat terf low. \ WELL FURNISIIED FRONT ROOM AND ALCOVE, XJ. ou second door, to let, In the iiollHt! of a small family; ulso, a large single Room; Board if required; bath gat:, *c. TormB moderate. Apply at to East Twelfth street, near Broadway. <4 GERMAN FAMILY OF THE HIGHEST RESPECTAJY blM:v would Jot ? f> w elegantly furnished Rooms, with excoll' n! board, to t^uUemnn or gentlemen and tinir wives. Apply at 20 VV*t Nuitn street, between Fifth und bixth ave liurb. jtctcrcntes excnangeu. AT 151 EAST TENTH STREET, CORNER OF FOURTH aveuue, and one short blfx k from Broadway, to let, with or without Board, a pleasant front ami back Parlor on tho second floor. Will be let together or singly. Dinner at six. References e xrhanged. \ PRIVATE FAMILY, AT 142 WEST HOUSTON J.Y hln-.'i, licnr Ma. doiiya!, will lot a from Room an<l liudrooro, on the second door, with bathroom and closet adjoining, gas, Ac., to a gentleman and wife, or one or i wo single gentlemen, with partial Board; also two front Rooms, on the thirl Hoar. Rest of references given and required. \ NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO LET? J\. with or without Board, In n prlvate'famlly; t rills mod' rule; house large, well furnished; has gas, bath, Ac., and WelJ It l't. Apply at 12U (old No. 89) Fit ill street, near Second areniTf. \ CHOICE OF A FEW NEWI.Y FURNISHED ROOMS, Jx lti a firs' class now brown s to n e house, to let to gentletnen or si mil families, with or wlibout Board; also, Parlor Floor unfurnished. A few doors west of Madison park, itt o.i iwh.v and Filth avenue stages. Apply at W West Twentysixth street. : ; : v- ~ \ I A FRONT AND HACK ROOM TO LET?WITH HOARD. A u> gentlemen and their wives, with Bedroom If desired, furnished or unfurnished. Only a few board rs taken. A Room lor a single gentleman. ApplvatfilSt. Mark's place, El ;htli r.r< rt. Dinner at one o'clock. * (JUNTLBMAN AND HIS WIFE WISH A SUITE OF J V Rooms and Board In a private family, or where therr i are few hoarders. Thev have parlor furniture. Terms nuist !?e to suit the tlnios. befereuoee ex; hanged. Ail tress bo3 Mffwitoaet. \ n RNISHEl) St IT OF ROOMS TO LRT-WTTD JV H.airl or coiivitiIi n I ii- c.K.idng, euiuiua icr na? 01 two ladles ai, I Kentleimn. Inquire lit 16 East Elcvcutl street, between Third and Krmrth avemios. A YOUNG WIDOW LADY, MYINO ALONE. It At JY Knmo nicely furnlnhrd Itonms ilint nln- would lot U gentlemen and l.idie*, wlih board for the l.idio*, it to Kineb gentlemen, with or with >ut board. 119 Thomiwoti street third floor, near store. Mta. wlUiAItD.

\ GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO SINGLE OF.N .^V tlemon, rati nbtuln a handsomely furnished suit o It i >tns 011 R?cond floor. Also t ther rliofro r "inn with board Best refereoct s offered. House i;rnt rla' , with uH tnodcrt convenient'*1*. 3G East Twentieth street, lieu r'ISroad way, T DESIRABLE SUIT OP BOOMS, WITH FULL 01 J V j ir'l .l Boird; n>n single Rooms; hnum llr*t elans am dfillci.tully located. Ap|)ly at"12? Fourth |-Liavt, Wai-hlngtui H']lt if l\ "T riMALI, PRIVATE VAMILY, HAVING MORE Rt><7> J\. than i liev ret|ulie, will I* ( 'o n t'^nllenrin, without Hoard n hiindsoui* lv furnished JlOQM, Willi ;;au if required. Aypl, i-kSl ]Jvuu'iiik 'IISDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, ] IIO\lIDl\? A\D LOMXVOi Al'UIVATK I'AM 11 V Won l> LKT A PABLOR \M> Ht ulrooui, furnUhed; nl*o, a I'urlur and Bedrw>m, unfuri uiubc'l, and two i thr ? K'miiiik, aa ml^ht l>o r?<iulivd; i g ih. b?*i und < >11 water In < nh room, with iim? oi'Uath, \c.; th? houao U four *torv and htffli hatn'tnein; li?>t air fnnro*.*, no'a fv painted, n ml ;ill In jierfcct <<?d?'r: il d >livd, brcuUfuht, and dinner at *lx oVWIt, or piivute table, aa agreed m <>u. T una !l? ; ly in (crate. Apply at No. l.H Af*!il.md i?l u , ; r, n y butty en Greenwich avenue andWai rleypl e A HANDSOME PARLOR AND BEDROOM TO LET? Fi i u ii(? 1 ir'? uflicv ituny <'her ivni ecluMo bu?tin'i-?. i. i'iiiit rwi<i'i.i.ililc, Ajiiilyuiafi 1'rluco kiroci, u l'?w door* > went ill' nroiulw.iv. i "QOARD FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFB, OR SINGL8 .1 J ??eatlemen, in tin* tirtit class Home, 111 West Fourte nth hti' vi. Dinner ui lUg o riuik. Terui* moderate. Locution desirable. i HOARD ON MODERATE TERMS?WITH A PEIYATB , Jl family, for ^ ntU nmn and wife, or two single ?,ntloi men. Apply iH'AHi Wc?%i i wcuiy-st cond street. ltcferences ex< hai?, cd. BOARD ?A SUIT OF ROOMS TO LET. WITH BOARD, auiiable iur a gentleman anil wife, win*re the cumtoits ! <it a horm* < Iii he realized. Also a largo ltoom, Milltal>l?* for a | single geiitl'-inan. References exchanged. At i ly ul 118 West | Twenty-third street. UOABD. ITS OP ROOMS OAK RE OBTAINED IT 37 Went Eighteenth street; house first class. Itcle- | ranees j^iv* ii anil required. BOARD-SEVERAL VKRY PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS, ; having ga*?, hath, hot am) cold water, ike., oau l>e hiul, l w ith Hoard, at is Eaat Sixuenth street, next to Irving place, i T^rms far two persons, $ii to $U per week, according to 1 room* desired. Board?a gentleman and wife, or single k# ntli'ineri, ran obtain Rooms with Board "i No. ft J S\ est Was.iitiKtou |?la?*?>; also a null of Parlors ou ttrst lloor. , Location Is vt iy mea*uut, beina opnoMie the sunare. Ucte| fence* requited. T10AKD.-A Rl'IT OF ROOMS AND ONE SINGLE I AJ ^ Room at 06 West Fourteenth street, between Fifth and j BOA III*?FOR A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR SINGLE grullt ua<%ti; tortus moderate! lo< ation; pleasant. K>te. , rencee given and required. Apply at 4U6 Fourth street, Nu. 1 . Albion place. BOARD.-A FAMILY AND ONE OR TWO SINGLE GENtlemen wifhlnjc .1 quiet and K*nteel residence. run obtain well f urn lulled Aj?ul iments, with Hoard, at til Clinton place, two doors cast o! Filth uu uuc. References given and ro[ quired. BOARD.*. A I'RIVATB FAMILY, RBSIDIKO IN A KM;sr cIkm house, in Fortv-titth street, between Filth und Sixth avenue*. mn\ euient lo airs, would accommodate two gentle. iiK-ii and 1 heir wived or single* gentlemen w Itli full or partial BoikL Terms to suit the limes. ftattsfantory references given and required. Address C. M., Herald-ofllce. BOARD.?A PRIVATE FAMILY, DES1ROU8 TO REiluci1? x|?en>es, would a? < mmodate a family or two jten? tlemen ami their hi ves wich three or four plea?-ant Ko<>:ns, with Board, it 'll-.- brown atone, below Thirty-seventh n r.-el. near Lexington avenue. References exchanged. Address L. J. l?., lie/aid ofllce, for two da) a. Board.?to let, two large, well furnished Room*, with pantries, on the Second flo ?r; also, one on the third lloor, with hath and gas. Apply at 48Clinton place, near the llrevourt House. Board in a private family.-a gentleman and wife can be accommodated with a hands >melv furnished Parlor ami Uedroom on the second Hour of 63 llatuinoiul fctrei.t, between Fourth and Hleeeker street*. Also a good Room 101 a Kcntleuutg. Inferences required. Board wanted-zm a strictly private fami. ly where no other hoarders are taken, for a gentleman and wife: two furnished Rooms required on see?uid floor, llaih and yim indispensable. Ligation above Thirteenth street and west ol Fourth avenue. Unquestionable references given and required. Address, with particulars, II. II., box J,113 Uoncial Post office. Board wanted?for a small family from New England, in a MjI ily private fatnily, w here the comforts of a home may be had; liK-atlou between Twenty-third und Fortieth strectsand Fourth and Sixth avenues. Address lor three days box 3,0**0 Post otlice. Board wanted?uc the fifteenth ward, by a get)'lent in and hi* wl'.e, in a pleasant private family or where there arc but tew boarders. Address box 173 Post olllce, stating location and terms. Board wanted?hy a <.i:ntij:man and his \> lu'i hi cither a quiet and genteel hoarding bonne, or in a private notice, where the family ih small. Would, if required, furnish their own parlor lit id bedroom. References exchanged. Please address, statiug term*, box 745 Post office. Board wanted-for a young woman, in a plain, small private family, where there me no gentlemen preferred, and not over three or four lad) boarders. Resectable neighborhood; e.ast wide preferred; not above Twelfth street. No objections to boarding in the neighborhood oi Fulton ferry, Brooklyn. Terms not over $2 per week. Any family having ?ueh a<*commodaiioiis may address for throe daysCrockery, Herald ottos. BOARDING.?A NICE LARGE FURNISHED FRONT Basement, with Board, at a very low rate, at 86ft Went Thirty-ill ih at reel; ako Room for two sIhkI gentlemen; hottaemodor?; helbt and waahtabe free. OwMiti no ob? Joe lion* Boarding?105 west fourteenth street.?a nitof Rooms, on second and third floors* and a linfle ltoom, with Board; the house is lirst class, with every coinfort, and the situation the best on the direct, being open through, trout and rear. Boarding.?two suits of rooms, with hot and odd water, haiidtomely furnished and in a desirable neighl>orlKo.', to let, with Hoard, in a private family, and two hinule Hooins, at U5 Weal Fifteenth street; references ex?ha . !. 1 imi ffu 'J- j- to. Brooklyn.-86 clinton street.?front rooms on the second and third Moors, Miluible for families or single gentlemen, may bo had. wlin Board; hvuse contains ih oooern Improvements* Dinner at six. Brooklyn.?to let, with board, a large Room, containing hot and cold water, closets. Ac., to two gentb men, or a lady and gentleman; bath on the same floor; also a Uimiiii for a single gentleman; dinner at o'clock. Apj ly at 196Clinton sin <-t. brooklyn.?two ok three fctrnished rooms, J J with or wtthout breakfast, to let, In an excellent neighborhood and in a private family; beat of references required. Apply nl 'All Bridge street, Brooklyn, between'flfy rile avenue ami W11 lough by street. Brooklyn board.?two very desirable Rdbms, one with aloove. In It flri-L class house; ornate family, near the cars, in Elliott place, corner of Hanson place; house with a bay window. Jtcicri nces t icljji Dinner at nix. Board in Brooklyn.?two single gentlemen i.r a gentleman and hU wife can liml k "><1 Boardand \\> 11 furnished H'hiiiih, delightfully situated live minutes' walk fi . in Wall ?treeUor Fulton ferry. Apply al 111 i'lcrrepout street. Keferenee required. BOARD IN BROOKLYN.?A nANDHOME BACK PAR. lor and extension Bed Room on iirst Moor, unfurnished, to a gentleman and ulie, without children. Location deslrabio. Terms moderate. Apply at t>7 Ryerson street. "HOARD IN BROOKLYN.?DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH .1) Board, In u private family, may be bad al Ko. 14 Nassau street, Board in south Brooklyn.?a private family, occupying an elegantly furnished house close to, tlie South ferry, will be liappy to aecfimmndute otic or two 1?. iiiateK for the winter. Hot and cold water balhs, Ac. Koferciuvs required. Apply at 0(5 Congress street, four doom west of Henry. BOARDING IN BROOKLYN?AT 215 COURT STREET, one donr from Saekett, leading to ferry. Cars past llie il.Mir, Full or partial board, with every comfort, ut term* to meat the times. Brooklyn iieiouts ?large, pleasant rooms, furnished If desired, with good Board, may be rt once obtained by calling at 97 Slate street, corner of Clinton, Brooklyn. ? 1JROOKYYN HEIGHTS.?100 COLUMBIA STREET, J) river side, overlooking the Imy. Rooms, single or 111 suits, nan Is; obtained, w lib Board, In a private family, In one of Ihe finest situations In Brooklyn, between Wall and Fulton ferries. Dinner at 0 o'clock. References exchanged. mmivri v rt nvi?ni?n sr'iTH > VO Sfviif.R jit Rooms, containing nil the modern oonvmieiioos, to lot, I wiili or without full or partial Board or privat" table. Terms wry moderate. References exchanged. Af>ply at 910 Broadway, between Twentieth and Twenty-first a tree is. xpurnihiied BOOMS TO LET-WITHOUT BOARD, TO J? gentlemen ouly. House conlalnM all the modern improvements. Apply at 3b7 Fourth street, between Bowery , and Broadway. Iju'rnished or unfurnished rooms to let? ' In sului or niiiKie, with pHriial or full Board; Iocstlon nicasaul; best of references given aud required. Apply at lit West Forty-second street, near Broadway. fU'RNISHED ROOMS TO LET?TO OKNTLEMEN only, on the second and third Uom with breakfast and tea, in a print6 finlly residing at Ho. A Ludlow place. House Urn <Juhs, handsomely furtiinlietl, and has all the modern improvements. References exchanged. Furnished rooms without board to let.-a b nail private family, oc/upylng a fn-Mt elsss home In view of Broadway, desire to let one or two Room* to single gentlemen only. Apply at No. 7 Bond street, fbtferonoes exchanged. 1 BURNISHED KooMS.? OPPOSITE ST NICHOLAS ; Hotel, 612 Broadway. A large Front Room. 2<J?) smaller ones, at $1 to $1 00 per week. Inquire up stairs. u^urnisiied handsomely?one la roe room: wife. Also it single Room to let, with partial ftoard, to a gentleman, and lull Bourd for the lady. Bath, gas, Ac. Apply at 61 Bieeeker street. IjHT K NIM11: I> ROOMS?WITH BOARD FOB FAMILIES 1 and single gcnth-mcn, in a pleasant and agreeable family, ut t / suit the times, References given m id reqtilrod. AtlGiWent Twenty-hUth street, near Eighth avenue. Dinner at 6 o'clock. LH'RNISHED ROOMS ON THE SECOND FLOOR, ANT) J?? a simile rontn lor a gentleman. Locution desirable. Apj?l^* at 80Bttbt Thirteenth street, two doors from Fifth ave* Handsomely furnished rooms witii first cUi"H Board,' on Twelfth street, n<ar Broadway. Table uucxcepUinublc; also sujVrior accommodations on Four* 1 u*' nth, Slxb?nth, Eighteenth, Twents-second and Twentyi tllird streets, and Madison and Fifth avenues, at terms to suit the times. Apply ut 820 Broadway. FEET A THOMAS. JACKSON HOUSE, 210 ELM STREET.?THE LOWEST rented ami most comfortably un<l conveniently furnished Apartment* in the city, to meet tin'wain's of small ? families, with every requisite 1 urniture; linen, cooking ran go and utensils, gas and Croton water. 1 "vfaison metblee, 70 and 72 west thirty J ?VX eighth street.?Rooms elegantly furnished, or whole 3 II ">rs, with klfch?n, cellar and yard, llonws new, first els**, , four story, hVown stone; common pat lor; meals furnished. Whole parlor floor or Basement for physician's olliee. MRS. J A. ROOF,NO 5EASTTHIRTY*FIBBT;8TRJ T, between Fifth and Madis- n avenues? I louse newly ojM?ned for families and single in*ntlctn< n ; rooms furnished i In suits or single, with Board, with or without private table. Dinner at six o'clock. References required. | | "PERSONS WISHING BOARD CAS HF PLEASANTLY ' 1 X an'ninmo.lntml at 107 Earn Tiiiny ninth *tr"< t; mo l' i n tonvflnli uw*; H ind nolghb-uhuoj; Uniix- n-wly liirui?Ue?i throiiL'limit. Tcri.iK rc..? mnMo. Hcfcrrncca fvhftnpi'.l. KOO.M8 TO LET?Ft)RNISHED OR U5FURNI8HED. with Bord, ftr ftimllt? or rtnjl* yirtltMW u; No. zi Went SUtCVliUl oticct. UiULT . If Ik HVtU'lU [861. HOARDING AMI LOXMSIHCIi YJLKASANT KlMtNTSUKI) i:onMS. WITH HOARD, FOK j T fainiii?s or sin. 1 . li ?v l.?i' obtuinr*! ?l \Vr*t Twenty-tin Iktreet, Tim homtc l*a? nil tho ino<l?rn lm- J i) rove me nth; Iv.itlou very pliMWint. IV rum icuaouahlt*. If , ?. < I "1>AUTIES Or KKSPKCTAHILITY PK8IMN0 FIHST " .1 rl.iMM U< ar<l, u i(ti u ry WchIi ahU* ;ipnrim? i * will pl'-a*1 <?U at 22 1-jiKt r.mru? uih bticrt, ucur Fifth ftveuue. -I Ttrra* mftdt latiifactory. J 1>' 118 i i.i P WITH BOABD PO ROOMS OB 1 \> t!< ??r through on mr n?l Mory, hantlamiiely lurnUheil for family or : mm, \. i.h inoili rn ) . ; ' 1 nf-, 1 i Mrt?t ~ claim m*l|:li)Hirh ?, in piivatH tamliv. C.tll at < r h Micmm j 30 (Jrnvr Mivi't, IhUmvii k,?r aiul'lJiMllor.l "i ? tn. \ QIM'ERBLY ITRNlKllKl) ATAUTMK.NTS T? > LET-TO | ^ nnjrtu grntlem n, In a private family, nt aprtoa 'i Iva- I lont to tho natur> of tli?* u?<oiamo?laUun. Apply ui 37 Kiw?t * Fitt * nth utivcf, I'nl >n t*?tuar??. < mO OKNTLEMKN -TWn r?n i ....... J H.WM'I*, M'-'ify I <11 lu t.i li with i r wlllii'iil H I I".l, ta a mb?U private family. Qui and bath lu ika Iwun. No. ! S3 Lexington aviMUU', uiiu door ubov.- T%vi'iity.;.nh Mirrt. mo STRANORRB UfD OTUBB6.-A BUROPBAM KAMI- 1 X ly, willu vr children, ? vup) i?K a lu'i?t ?I.. < lutu->?\ will w I l? f a eholv<f hiu.<!.M)i.n ly CuMiihlh '1 H? "n . \? itU pilvuto cl I initio; lull or pitril.il It- .ir I. TrailfJ?'nt bonr?w?iH will \ | 1-1 . ; < 'V. 1 > ' i ? :. I. ' : : I' In I. "J ; mo LET v PLEA8ANT BEDROOM. NEATLY FUR fl I 1 nUlud, in a private houae, Mumble for a Mingle K??ntl?- ? num. Kent $1 AO jm']* wick. Inquire at No. 7 Third avtuuo. ii IV) UiT?WITH BOARD, A HANDSOMK Hl'lT OK 1 R< is, uewl) md i i ) furnlihod, i ntry roc m lit -J abundaotc, hot ami col.I water, kjih, bpcakinu iul?< h, b?ilM, Ace. t llotiii*' liihi c1;i*m. Private lainlly. No. I'jl West Twentyeighth street, couvrnn-nt to any part *>f tin* city. j To LET?A SUIT or HANDSOMELY FURNISHED Kimiuim, with or without Board; private tabicif ivqultvd; aUo, Koouih Kuitable lor isluxlc gentlemen. luuulre ;a^l?St. Mark'* place. ] WANTKD-BV A (il'NTl.KM AN. A LARUE lUCO- " V room, 1 urulfched. or t\?o hiumII Uoom*1, n* witting room ami bedroom, in a i to 1 locullt) up town, with partial Board, _ an t when1 only a lew hoardrrM are taken preferred. Ad- -? drertN F. N., b? i .'t.&Vt Pont olilre, stating terin , Jtc. I dhf ?? \ month, u \s imm.vdki), in a imuvatk ?PxtJ faintly who keep no bonrdct'H; a woll furulahed o| K H.m, with eloi???t, tire jilat ? . ran, urn* of a liatli room, Ac. 'i\ ' Weal K lav out h street, i?w doors from Broadway. -I 90 WE. TTWKNtY-Klcnri! STREET. ON TilE fcOlt- ,* *y'.' uer oi JJj .I'lnny ? l\<><?iUh to let, with if <>ard, in miIih , ami hInfor familim a wl Hindu gentlemen, at tuodcrkU) ?' trims; locution very i i? i. Dinner at six o'clock 99 UNION SQUARE?FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, 1 \\ ith Board, to latuilioH. j O i ST. MARKS PLArE.?HANDSOMELY FURNISH- ? ti I ed Rooms, for gentlemen and their wives or sluglo gentlemen, t*? rent, with lull or partial Board. Houae lirnt * ( Limm. A limited number oi boimlurs taken. Reference* ex- I changed. J OT WK8T THIRTIETH tTRBBT.?TWO OB THBEB S O I futnilicH of tin* 11I'Mt rt'Hpi'iiabllity ran be accommodated , with hiiIih or tingle Ko.iiiih, In oii?? of thr most d< ll^htful lorationN, Nitnated between Broadway and Fifth avenue. Tublo ? lu st t hus. i'o reiu'i h exchanged. | IT TENTH STKEET, BETWEEN Fl KTI1 ANI) SIXTIC j", .1.1 avenum.?Verv desirable Rooms, in bulls nr Kindle, with Board, run In* ootainrd f??r gentlemen and thrlr wives * or Hinulr Kcnllcineti. Thr honsr contains all the modem I iioprtiTt menu. Dinner at *!* o'cl ? k. I I WEST TWELFTH 8THEET.?BOAKD.?A VKRY p '1 I pleasant!'rout Room, on the third story, to let, with ?( Board, at 44 Went Twelfth street, betwrrn Fifth and Sixth ? avenues. Also a hall Bedroom. References exchanged. Kj WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN ,f, I Filth and Sixth avenue*?The entire Seeond Floor, ,\ furnished, with Board. A If-*?, Furnished Rooms, for families ? or single gentlemen. Terms reasonable. House tlrut class. 1 I o UNION SQUARE, CORNER Of FOURTH AVENUE ,,, \1 O and Seventeenth streot.?Families and gentlemen run ^ obtain desirable Board at moderate rates. Uetcrcnccs required. 1 n TENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH ?J 1. avenue*.?Very deniable Booms, in nultii or single, elr- ? gantly furnished, cau be obtained tor gentlemen and their r wives or single gentlemen, with Board, in a first class house. r Dinner at 6 o'clock. ^ ZA SEVENTH AVENUE, THREE DOOR8 FROM n %J Jr Foiirtrrnth street.?Gentlemen and thrir wiven and J| single gentlemen ran obtain Board in a fii -t rlnss house; y Room* t urnUhed or unfuruiahed; highest refcrrnccs given .J and rrfoiircii. ? To TENT!! STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE.?HANI)- J La Homely furiiinlicd Apartments, en suite and single, with full Board, or private table if preferred, to let to n>pect- 1 able parties. .J OA NINTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVKU8ITY PLACE Z OIF and Fifth avenue.?Uentlemen and their wives and 1 single geutlcmen can obtain Hoard in a llrttclass house, with choice of rooms in suit* or Mingle. Dinner otC o'clock. Rc- \ fere nee given ami required. _ QQ OKKENE BTRKKT, ABOVE HPKIKO?ALSTON ' ?./ / House.?Elegantly furnished suit* of liooins, with , Oroton water and 'every convenience for housek? e)?lti|$ eco- ,, ikomicailv: particularly * tilted for small, respectable families. : Rent low. * llA MACDOUOAL STREET?RICHMOND HOUSE IS J 11/ now opened mm a private family Hotel, for the rerep- rvtlon of single gentlemen, or small families tired of boarding. ) l'arties desirous of housekeeping eun liud every convenience ? at the above establishment. 1 E\(i rWNCE STREET?ST. OLATR HOUSE.?ELEJ MI pautly furnished Rooms, witii Bedrooms attached, with ull the conveniences for housekeeping complete, including gayind Crotou water, to let to respectable families ~ or single gentlemen. jj I BLEECKEH 8THEET, OI'I'OSITK KEl'AU ROW. <! lUtJ I'm ni>hc<! Jiooms to Jet, with Hoard, su::able for A families and single gentlemen; home has all the modem im- " provcinents. Ref? rences exchanged. mllLKKl Ki;u STUKKT, SIX JU/X'KS WEST OF '} H road way.?A new house with all the modern improvements. Pleasont Ri?oms, with excellent Board, from $3 to $5 per week. Two unfurnished Parlors to let, with ^ Hoard. HreaklaHt from 0 to 8; dinner ?t 12J? Rtid 6. -* I CJ4i BLEBCKBR STREET?FRONT AND HACK lOO pai lor* on Kecond |j? >?rt to let, with Hoard. A lew ' HiIf gentlemen can accommodated. Family small. ik Term* In accordance with lh? time*. Dinner nt nix. " 1 OO nr,KKfKKU HTi:i:KT.-r,w;Tii:tf of hesitc- '] i t) lability ran find Jjood Iand comfortfihlr U<< nin ? lor tho winter. Front Parlor or I'a r lorn to l?'t, on moderate ', t?*rm*, to permanent hoarders. A!?o a front Basement, suit* cl able lor any private buBlm Mg, B< ( -o FOURTH 8TBBBT.?FURNISHED R< K> MS, ') I O vvlihont Hoard.?A private family, hiving more _ ro-'in than tlnv require, will let a few ltoomh at nriccn to n at _ the times. 0 G 1 Q BROADWAY.? NEATLY Ft'RNISIlKD ROOMS To I? /JO let fTom $1 75 to 1'arllal Hoard will be given If ei required. UMINTRY BOAHB. f C10UNTRY BOARD.?A FEW BOARDERS OAK BB J accommodated lor tlie* Hiilumn ami wiiitcr months at ]| a detdrabjc location, whore ull the mml'orU of home \v;ll ? found, ut Cornwall. E i*v by Mteamhoat and railroad. ^ For particulars addi chm If. H;tilth, Cornwall, Orange county, J!j N. Y., or apply lit 94 Kant Seventeenth street. ]j nouxm BOARD?FOR THE WINTER, AT ST AM- ? \ J ford, Conn., five mi 1?*b from the d?*i?ol, forty miles from the city. A family or a few children wishing comfortable and ? cheap Hoard, may apply to Silas Duvmport, 132 Broadway, r r M in No. .r>, bet .'. ? ? n 11 A. M. and II I*. M., <\ ill v. , ClOl'NTItY HOARD.?A FEW PERSONS CAN OBTAIN ) pleasant accommodations, In a private family, at Milton, during the l'aH ami winter months. For further Inform ifion ~ address L. C. T., box 1U2 Tost oQicc, Milton, Ul^lur county New York. jj TO FAMILIES WANTING TO ECONOMIZE FOR THE fall and winter month**.?Accommodation* can h? found In the country, al>out thirty miles from the city, at the low price of $3per wet k: healthy location, eonvenh nttorhun Ih-h and schools: of daily anrt-H by rail; boating, libhing and J liiiiilinir <4 V\ It .1 lifruld Ollin*. HOTBULS. Albion hotel and hoarding house, 535 hud- ; . son street, corner of Ohtrlw.?fleimt and wetlfnr* ? nished Rooms in suits or Mingle, at from $4 to$7pT week I for htnglc pci smik, and from $^to $12 for married, including Bonn), gas, baths, Ac. Pcrwn* declining housekeeping and those returning f rom the country will find thin a desiraWe 11 u . 1'. LAMBERT, Proprietor. J Hayward iiorsk, no. 171 T11IK1) aVK.M'K.-THM J Incase. Hi* k and Fixtures nf the above named house /'or mil** to u business man; it will be a good investment; to be * iltd mi -i sacrltloe f<>r cash. , Hotel muieu.?hotel and restaurant, on jv tin* European plan, at 74 Franklin HtreiH, three d<?ors ,, west of Broadway, Furnished Rooma or Board bv tin- w ? k; j Meals se rved at Mil hours. Separate lunch and Barro >m. I have Just inado extensive Improvements In the restaurant 1 and barroom, and ? >11 it the continuation of the patronage of my j : lendfl and I be public In geoi raL j Smithsonian ik?i sk. hhoadway, < <>i:m.k ikh s 1 t-.n street.?Hotel accommodations on the fcnripeun plan Prices reduced to salt the times. The best nnd cheapen! I!?? tel In th* dtjr. 8. K. MEAD, Propiietor. TO T1IK TKAVEI<LIN<< COMMI'SI'l Y.?I'EKSONS I ( visltitfg Boston will Hud the : lit It r ?>| House on. r the " best bote)* In the I nil*- I sum-?. It is d ?in<hlo oun">>unl <>i being the only in facing Hi** common. and it 1 is very retired, being tnui? like a family hotel?nppe iring h* a person desire# homo. lim ing travelled con *?! i.J?le, I may say 1 never haw a more perfect gentleman than Mr. J. H. Bilaoy. and hi* clerk.Mr. J< Tnel rune has Just been renovated, being In perfect ord?t at the jucsuit time, having J juft returned from these. Z. & D. J FfJRHIl URB. A BEDROOM SUIT oi ENAMELLED I ' KNIT! RE ' i.r $21, in all colors. of warranted manuta< tirr**; alio solid Chestnut ChanilHT Soft*, plain and ornamental. at If. c K FARKINOTON fii, 365 Canal street, opposite Woostor. E* tabllshed in 1S4H. ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, BEDDING, LOOKING J\ Glasses, Jtc.. cheaper than at unction, warranted, and T delivered free. CallatU. W. SNEDEN'S, 288 Bowery, be- 1 t we on Stanton and Houston streets. You will save money. Note the ntimber. Repairing done. 1 VNAMKJ.i.l-.I' < HAMBER 8UIT8 OF FtJRNITl KBt IN ?j all colors and st} lea, at wholesale and retail, at and upwards; also, Mattreason and I'aUlaHse*. NVAKKLN WARD, 277 Canal street, four doors cast of Broadway. T.MKST (JJLASri LN AMELi.hU Fl I'.XITl KE- il.AINr decorated arid grained; solid walmit and oak Suit, Mat * tressed, Spring Bed, Ac. Suit*. from Si'i up.tarda. J. W. ( FIS11KR A i 'J.' Manufacturer*. 030 Broadway, between B!<'< < kerand Bond hircota, uuirblrj bufldJn#. 1>! KM I I KiC KOtt~8ALlj7?A I A 1TV 'wfiiAitlX*0~VV . 1* ili >lrou? of of a full set of ' Furnllnre. Any person vl-hlii? to wt up housekeeping . would tlnd tliU a r;'re opjiortunlty. I'lio advertiser and 1.1* ?if'- ml^ht possibly engage board for themselves in part payTti** , i '( i hi' furniture. Adilruu, witli full purtiuulurii. box 2,573 I'ont office. j EAILKOAIN. H udson river f;ailroao.-trains for albany, Troy, tin-Not(1i mid West, leave Chambers tucct at 7 in d 11 A.M., una 3 ". 5 ? ! I" 15 r. M. EW YuliK, II AKI.KM AM) ALBANV~KAimiOAD.? Summ?r arm . inent.?Kxpn> (ruin for AlUmy, Tri v, ' - - .,t n 1 I Inurin fina "i.? ? " >? ? M. For lociil ti . a--- Hmc i J.I.* JUUSi jiUUCUXXX, AnJUtaatb ycnulead.m. 1 3 THB TVMW. pl-:sTttKVIM,8 ('i)M.'.-i:, f? r.?TttoTTIXO?THI IVJ ilm, | >ii i ill.ir I'.i hi ;< i". M I'uivr mil f-Mkii turf w > " ll". 1 ! l !i iii I V1-, t<. W.I -'..118. Jus. J Hi-v tut cut.'I f ' v''y 1 >'. .M'itt . tit , Y> it11 ('!i.tirifij<'ti ; K. E. Thomti t'U ?ra Jupiter, Jr.; II. W v.lti'v cntri- |.>m SuyorH. HKVlNs \ UONKL1N, Proprietors cushion coi b pleasure ground tssocu l ti n? l il1 i. .i jo, at .1 |'. M.. piliw $00, lillts lieut*, ln'ht Uiu u In live. In Imrm-HH. J.inn". t nwiiy t'npin huy AUillJon Vntttii; J.irkiii.ii; llrii.iks nuK'l* br. ni:ldl''crilltlan.l; R. WiUiuuu,i-;.: i , i?. .'I.ltnij. J fit' KHiRlu 'N, Miuiwr. HAEE?THE TROTTINO HOUSE UONI58T l'ETEH. P Apply t.i III It A M WlililHil I 1'. [TNION COl'llSK, I,. I.?1TIIOTTINU.-ON Tin IHDAY, L Ki'pt. I!?, lit J nM. ck, a HWf('|iHliikrs (it Jim Tlte hi.no 'i.it tr .ii Hi.' in .ir. m t'i tlm*<- inliiult'H ?lu?. Mile IumU. wiirr uiimi'N l,r. h'.illion; ow m r name* l>r. K- ; < twr nam " r. in.; mvnt'r iiiuiten s. u. To I'onu* off "it ft k<>o<1 ?Uy. Adil.^l hi SO u iu i. KIJ.VW X WHITE, l'n>{ r|. tors. HOllHEH, CARRIAGES, |?JU n.w.r.?\ M\U I'ltK'M COLORED I'ON'V, WITll . 'one awlteh tail. I a ? U- im*. <? u ntl?* <ilM|> >*.tion, train*.I '* 11, uil I if> admiral ly .! J<?; a lady u < ; will be bold inup. Apply .a hiii !. 117 E /n< eth MiiV.-i. FOR SALE?'TWO BLACK MA UK COLTS, FIVE Yh'AR.3 ??M, M.n:n.| und I'a-t trotnth; by Ooniae Blaek Hawk by i a hlngt ?n, ilam l?y V\ anlilnyion. Can be h? en lit the WokCh? hi or eonnty Fair, Muum Wru ?*?, ??:? tin? 23d. ilth an 25th NVM. II. DEERE, Wdllannbi d ;e. DOR RALE \ BAY MARE, WAGON MID HARNESS; L will l- Mi?U| heap, iis iin* owner haM no further who fut hem. Apply to B. UltAY, *J1 Mereer street. JjlUK SALE?FIFTEEN HO I'M) YoCNU HORSE*, V iultable fortlown lowa eaiiuun, al cartn, trueknor ny kind ??f heavy work. (!an be m*ou at 17 Leroy htreet, beivt'cu Bedford and BJeerker atruetg. JOH SALE?A FIRST RATE WORK HOUSE (BLACK), ? I(P.4 hand* lii^'h, kind ali i true, fdngle or<!"Ut?le; a l ist 'alker: al?o a very M.lUh dark ft ray lloive, 10 Uaudn, long ill, w?-ll broke to Middle and barne? h; warrauted. Inquire t c orner of Tlnrty*seroud Kti'prt and Eleventh avenue. j^OK SALE?A TllOKnl liflMKED SAlHiLE lloRSE. . been uaed by a lady; color bay, age Ny?ai>; believed Ih? perfectly Bound, aud Ih only wold bewuae the owner Ih ;iln? abroad.' Can be seen at the Htable* of (Hor^e Murray, i Eant Thirteenth street. M)\l SALE ACHESTNUT 90EREL MARE ABOOI ll'j hftud ... n. i . uiantdnvei p j p e< i. yen also two litflit fop WaV n , iti flfti rate or or, ono beliia liuoHt new; also onr elty built Oltf. a lir>t rate artk'le. Will f aold together or a*-parutely, as the owner baa no furll ho for them. lni|u re at tie- ttiablo 121 Atony Htreet. JIOE BALE- A VERY PAST TROTTING HORSE, DARK l buy, long tail, I f?1 ? hand* hljjli, without a Me/a lull, an I ill be warranted Houiyl. Apply ai the private atablerf ,41 Iuhi Sixteenth mreet, near Fourth avenue. JtOE s \ !,! ; -A FIVE YEAR OLD FULL BLOODED 1 Morgan Oolt. 15 I hands liljfh, rl?ht from Vermetit; wan ever trained aud < an trot In three tnluutea; dark l>rown, jet lack le^H and Iont{ tail; Mound and kind, v ry Hf\ll-h, and it- beauty of bin gaiteannot be equalled. l'ri? ? $210 Apply 72 Henry Htreet, before 8 A. M aud from 1 to 2*a 1*. M. ?OH SALE?A OIO, BOSTON STYLE, AND IN PERfeet order; will be dUponed of lor hall ith value toiuako mm. Can be wert at the private viable, corner Clinton and .irriMon Htr? et>. liriKikUn. jiOR BALB-A vammijm: saddle iiokse, i.v.j lands high. rising 7 yearn' three Quartern hn?l; color Jit lu-oWU, hill k It'UH, long tall: perle?"fly Bound and gentle, an be aeon Hi Dl k"i'H riding m?-Ii <?ol, Thirteenth sirncT, naar 1fth avrnue, or at Mr. WuterV, corner llroadway and Thtr* lantli atreet. jlOR HALE CHEAP?A UEAUTIPUL SADDLE IIOItSE, well broken for a lady a n* , warranted im?r|e tly ?ound id gentle; alao two fa-t l'<>nles. Addrettii for particular*, . H. C., box 145 Herald ofllce. IOUSKS, HORSES, HOUSES.?1,000 HOKttEH WANTED immediately. For fiarticulara amily to the ttuhM'iiher, . the atahlea of A. H. Chauibcrlln or r?Mt A NlchoU, No. am Twenty tn i, ih street. PH1UF OOPKLAXD. >RIVATR STABLE TO LET?WITH IMMEDIATE POSHeh.slon; hU ?, for Mile low, a nenind hand Coupe, tot ?e or two horse*. A|>j>ly at 36 West Twentieth itreet. I ADDLE house OR POH* W tNTBD.?MUST BB MB* ? f?vtlv p iitle and kind, suitable for a little girl to rJde. ddrcsa Miss, Herald oUice, givlug dftacil|it|ou and price. 10 LET-A STALL HI Till: BBST CLUB STARLS IN the city. Apply in Nineteenth street, tirst stable cant of Ifth avenue. lO RENT?STABLES WITH ROOMS. ADDRESS 108 . Wast Thirty-fifth Mieet. w m. r.KiriiEUToN. ir ANTED (1,000) HORSES.?ARriLLERY anihavaL' ry Horses, for which cash will be paid, at No*. 122 and J6EaHtTwenty.fo.jrth street. JOHN C UU'ENTER. ITANTSXV-A JBT BLACK HORSE, LONG TAIL, PULL II mane, good style, to be warranted houud and kind, handft high. g'> Mingle or double; a fnit price will be paid. .dutesa lilaek liome, UeraUl oillce. )f)j) LIOHT CARRIAGES, COACHES, FAMILY ROCK jUv away*, top and no top Hugcioa, gt" vr'a and bind ea< Wagons, l??r mile cheap: Ct? sets Harness, Ho Horses and oniea, at No*. s. 10 and 12Ncvlna street, Brooklyn. 00 so >nd hand Carriages. FINANCIAL. I TLAN TIC SAVINGS HANK. CHATHAM SQUARE, L OJ'EN DAILY. Receives Deposit* fnmi 26 cent.-* to $,'>,000. SIX PER CENT INTEREST ALLOWED. lllU.Tffl VN ill C<U|iM??'llC < Motwr 1. M. IJ. VAN PELT, President. J08F.P11 1*. Cooper, Secretary. WANT AN INTERVIEW WITH A MAN HAVING from $200 to $3U0 to have an equal hare In n bm-ineai tut rvery niin must patr-'til/.e, and entirely n <\v In Uiisclty. tddreMJi Edwaid, Herald office. fOIIN B. MURRAY. WANKER, 39 NASSAU STREET I New York. Sr. unties netf nhited amlfoivamed upon. ifitHury nolea of all istmeH bought au<l told. Gua Light toeka lor nale. yToTICE.?TO THE LA CROSSE AND MILWAUKEB > Railroad Cointmny.?Mortgage crrdimra, except the ftrsl lon^iiK'' eastern division. The plaa proimsed for the purchase of this road and the rrfaiii/-?tioii <f a new Company by. the pnnlwse, 1w?h been denied to by a sufficient number of bondholders loju?Ul> !?? b''Met (if ItM amillctf hU'Ti Ht4. Honlholders who have not yet absented can do so at Rn> in?* previous lo the 21 Hi iiiMt., at the ofllre of the subfccrlbrr. Hn j? vrr the r'md .v>ld ii \\ JJ be pijrehafled for the bcuotH f the bondholder* assenting to tin* plan. The ?>nbM?''|uent Lasses ol bonditol lei-H alter the first Issues w ho do not as nt, wlll^et no bencfltfrom the foreclosure or sale. N. A. COW DREY, Secretary of Committee of Bondholders, 'Si William street September 16, 1861. i') t\l\(\ T<) *5>(KH) ANTED?TO CARRY ON TUB inunt ta turingof a recently >btained and iuiormnt patent, legal interest, n? a loan; and 10 per rent inter M na an investment will he p:ihl, and the loam y secured rln<lp?l payable wl'hin two ye^rs. Agent* need notauHwer .ddresao. II., box 133 Kerala oiliee. AAA WANTED?OH FIRST BOND AND MOST ;W?UVJU f./iLO oii ffufrt ty YiiltH'd at $12,000, made t<j ay 10 per semi am.ual Interest. Apply to G. Z. i??l 8E, V) Wall atreet, room 12. ?<>? AA A TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE )ii?J?vUv oti productive real estate In tkilH city oi iro^klyn, f??r one ??r more years. In num.* of $1,000 and up* ;?nls. Apply Li JOHN F. CONREY. in the ollke of tu? Copies' l ire Insurance Com|>auyt 06 Wall street. 0~ AAA TO LOAN ON BOND AND M >RTQA0B ).UUU on Improved real en fate in thiH eity, in on? r more sums. Apply to G. A. KISSAM, 30 Piuu street. LOA9 OFFICES. A T 77 ULEECKER STREET?MONEY ADVANCED TO lI. any amount on Diamonds, Watehes, Jewelry, Pianos icgara, l)rv Good *, Jte. N. B.?Pawnbrokers' tickets bought 11. NEWTON, 77 Bleecker street, upstairs. A T 111 GRAND STREET, THREE DOORS WEST OP :1L Brondway.?Money advanced on Diamouda, Watche* ewelry, Plate, Dry Goods, ami personal property of ?-ven eaeription, or bought and aold by JOSEPlI A. JACKSON tictliiiieer iititl broker. \ dvanceh MADE on DIAMONDS, watches, jew t V eliy nil,! other v?limbics, or bought for cuah ul tali aluc, by J. S. COHEN, i.r> Broadway, c.irner of Dtiant Lrt'i'l. VavtlcK vtstlcd fit their rcsidencei! if deiired. Ai hwIucm strictly confidential. AT Grt NASSAU STREET?A. IIOKIGMAN, DIAMONE broker, makes liberal ndvan'-es on Diamond*, W a ti l k Vwilry, .V' ., <ii' buys th' in ?t full value at bin private office 0 Nassau bluet, room No. u]i stairs. Business confldcu lul. ilii QQQ *0 ADTANCE. IK Sl'MS TO BUTT, 6? Diamonus, Wate|ii"i, Sllvi-i' Ware and tine ev elry, in' bought for catili and til'1 best juice* fflvert. final ii'Ke Htrii tly coiitidentla 1. Apply at Hie mil established Jew !ry stores of L. JACOBS, i'i Cedar street, Branch 4Ui ii i ladtvuy. DRY UOOD8. CLOAKS AND SHAWLS. J E. S. MILLS A CO. OFFER TO C.tsJI II' VKits GREAT BARGAINS IN I I.OAKs AND SHAWLS. AT NOS. ;>t2 AND Ml BROADWAY. M.RTAINS. J LACK, l'ri<'B Ml.SUN, ledm-ed BROCATBL, KKLTY, for SATIN Dili. VINE, 359 Cub. DVMt I.. Brnailwuy. r\ny goods.?a bankrupt stock sickling at a 1 ) ri:i. e, i,t :I7< mm'- i-.*tpet. >.lk<. I Dr iteriiini it. Cap s, II -tny, lluek Gloves, woollen Knit Goods, tc. Mcrrh.iiits if''' Invited to call. &RAND FALL OPENING OF FANCY HATS FOR CHILDREN, Of the most rate and beautiful design* jut produced by tui? !8UlinlsilllH'll. LADIES ARE INVITED TO CALL AMP BR I NO THEIR CHILDREN WITII THE.V, TO PllOt K \*11 APHIOVK. ipnt'Liiiuv vj I.-1 "i i.' \i ui.: it 10 :?tbc day Bet apart lor this occasion 1>J ^ TEI'HY 397 Bn.adway, Second door south of Walker street. 55 LI- IN K HY. ___________ \ OABD ?MBB. WM. 81HMOKB TAKES PLBAW BB A III mit'"iiwlhK ' > her nr-i .merit ami me luoiv.-, i.. a sin vin ,,|.on tall "f l'?rt? Millinery of the latent novelties MK !" ?i- simmons. (xiBroadway. nAa MU.UXEKY.'? MliS DA VI DliOS.m HI'EK,V KK * r 1i:ih the lilea^ure'o aunouner that ?he will |.eii * TurUiy next, Sept. 24, a eh-.'., .el'-tloa. f l-aru >alUtvl H'lrifv .Millinery, the lat<at m. 'l' *. ?t 4, r> nloderaU prlt ?. 125 Bl-eclfr itrect, west of Broadway. \J iUI.Y INK(.IM< Ui:r FRIENDS AXD?THE I . public tlmt the Fall St)le3 of li^nneti aiv now ready at lii Canal street. t MILLIARDS. T)ILLI.\KI> TABLE FOR SAI.E?DECKER'S MAKE; Ii tilaie tifil; ni.mi ?g new; will be sold cheap for cash, t: ul at W Third areuue, or Si Chambers Mrrut. JAMES 0. COFFEY. DllLl. V.YS LATENT IMl'R iVK 1 > 111 I.MAKD TABLES X AN1> CuMKl.NATlO.N CUSHIONS. frJcci reduced to soil the time*. I'll LAM it COLJLE >D-.R, 67 Croibj ?Uc?t.

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