Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 21, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 21, 1861 Page 3
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LIST OF LETTERS . Eemaining the New York Post Office Saturday, Sept 21, 1861. Officially Published in the Newspaper Having the Largest Circulation* LADIES' LIST. Abbott Mr* Sarah Alenckc Mr* Louise Angel Mrs Laura B Adam* Maria Ames Carrie Ansel Mrs Sarah Adlalm Mr* E L Alm.ion Henrietta Arnold Ml;* It Aitkin* Sarah Anthony Harriet Artaton* Mi 8,0th av Allen Mr* <1 H Audo: sou Mary Astor Mary Allen Mia llnldah Andersou Sophia Aahton Cut h line Allen Mr* Thomua Andrew* Martha V At wood Marion B Brady Adelaide Berr>ill Mr* Mary L Boyle MrsMnrftaret Bralnerd Maria B Bruady Catherine Brock Mrs LewU Badgley Caroline Brennan Elizabeth Brockway Mr* Bailey Oeorftlana Brentane Theresia Brophy Bridget Bailey Mr* Mary M Blguur Sophia BrophyMraHaimah Baker Mr* Annie Bl' kford Mrs M W Browning Mrslsabel Baker Mr* 0 M Bint Mary Ann Bruce Janet Ballou Lizzie Bishop Jennie Buckley Ellen Black Cele*te Blxby Mrs R P Buckley Mr* D Blackwcll Mr* E Brlggs Mrs Lore tie Buckley Miu H Blake Bella Ida Bueanon Sarah Blake Mr* Mary B Brims MrsEmmaH BullardMrsPenelope BlanrharriMrsLydiu Browu Lizzie Bullock Lotlle Bauer Mrs Rosena Brown Mrs Mary E Burns Mr* Margaret Barrett Anna Brown Mary Jane Burn* Dora BarnettMrsbebecca Boolhby Ellen Burnbam Mr* If A Harden Bosn Bordery Mile Har- Burr Henrietta Batten MrsStephen 11 mann Butler Mrs Lizzie H Bayard Ada Boland Mrs S E Butler iUrah E Becker NanryM Bontany Mad Mng- Butler Mrs Julia Benbam LyJia delaine Butten Mrs, ave A Benjamin Mr* B T Boyco Maria E Bush Mrs Cbas .Bengly Mary Bostain Alice Busby Mr* John 'HeunettMra Hannah Bourke Mary Byo?* Mrs, Division Bennett Lllilo Bowdcn Mr* J W Byrne Mary Bennett Mr* C M C Cahlll Mr* Patrick Oassiday Careb Conkling Mrs AnOallahan Mr* Calon Carrie drew Coiura Hannagh Crawford Marv Cook Mr* A M . Calllgan Mrs Mary Creatou Mrs Mary Cooke Mr* Mary E Humble Mrslsabella ChcllasMraOordella Coursey Cath Cammeil Mr* Catb- Chilson Mr* Vir- Cormack Catherine erine ginla H Cornell Mary W Cambeli Mr* E A Clenton Lizzie Corboy Ana Crane Mr* Clara Carestle Maria Clofpby Mr* B Chappel Lucy A Cocker Pauline Cotton Mr* Rebeoca Clarke Mary CocketairMlsa,We?t Couch Mary E Clarke Margaret 12th st Court cm Hannah Clarke Margaret Cole Sarah. A Cox Mrs EW Olarkaou MrsAnney Cole* Sarah C Coyle l'.i.se Carleton Annie GblemaaHrsHarriot Coyne M rs Ellen Carroll Hannah Comer Mrs, Eliza- Cuultigli.iiu Mr* Carroll Miss, West beth st Eli/a Broadway Couley Catherine Curn Catherine Carter Mrs Chas Conwav Bridget Currier Mrs Hannah Chase Mary Ann Coen Mrs Jaunett CurranJane Cm* Josephine D Drackland Mary Davin Catherin Dwight Mrs, West Dale Mr* Jane DavenportMrsLizzle S6(h st Damon Mia* AM Deall sarah Dilks Mary Christina Daniel Mr* Dehant Josephine Jane Dcsbesay Dana Miss, West Delaney Margaret Dttley Emma 13th st DennlsonMrsMaryADenning Mr* Ellen Draper Louise Drivanna Madeline Discon Mr* Bicbard Davit Color Driscoll Mr* J El Early Mrs, West Egbert Eliza Epping Mrs Carl 14th st Elliott Fanny Evans Mrs Matilda Eagan Mary Elliott Mrs limma Evans Mrs Jennie A Bakln Mra Jane EUingham Mary E Everett Mrs Is Bbbets Mra J J A Ernston Mlas 8 K Everett Elisabeth Edwards Mra LUlie Espluay Mad Bveleth Akua P Flaherty Eliza French Lizzie Folley Mad JoseFlaherty Mra Or Frederick Mrs Chas phlne Francis Louisa W Foster Mrs Andrew Franks Bailie J Friend Mrs Mary Foster Mary Fianagau MaryAnn Filkina Mrs Anna Foster Mrs Jennie Fanning Lucy Fllnn Mrs, W 19tmt Ford Mary Franklin Mrs J L Fisher Mrs F A Fox Mrs Clarrsndy Frawlev Anna Fits Mary Fox Mra H J Fayhe Lizzie Fitzgerald Eliza Fav Mary Freligh Mrs Elba- FltzgeraldEllzabeth Fuller Mrs L beth V M Fuller Mra E Fenner Mrs. Oeorgi- Fitzpatrick Bridget Fnnkson Mr* anna C Forbes Mrs A Flyun Mary O Gaffney Catherine Gay Mrs Henry B Grimes Catherine Graham Mattle Geaaon Ellen (loode Mra Graham Alice Gregory Mra 8 L Goold Ann Graham Margaret Greene Maria GoodettowCatheriae Gsllpwi Mary Greene Alice Goodchlkl Jane Gale Elizabeth Gibson Sarah Gore Kate*. Gale Mrs B M Gehbons Mrs Wm P Gordon Mrs Letltla Granvelle Lucy A Gebbln Catherine GroahelderMwMarOrant Lizzie GridleyMraJamesH garet GlancyMra.W16thst Grilling Mrs Julia J Gourley Mrs Gray Mra John J Gillmore Mrs Mary Glover Mrs 8 B Guy Mrs WB H Halnea Mrs Fannie Hayee Mrs Abby L Hodges Mrs James Halg Janet R Hayes Kate Holme* Mrs F A Hague Mra Julia 0 llavwood Mary Architmlii Hall'try Mai7 Haier4Mn.IinrrietJ Hollurd Mad Hall Jane Hedges Mrs Mary W Homann Mrs, MadlHall Miss M Hendley Miss EM sun st Hammond Mrs Ed- Henrlques Eudom Hope Elizabeth son D Hennance Mrs Ma- Hopkins Anue HanawayMra,Cath- telda HoppertonMrsMary arise A Heneay Eien Hosley Mi>,Canal at Hanneab Fanny Herzberg Mra Betty Houston Mary HamdMraBinnyJ Herrlngton Ann Howard Jesae H5toett Msi BW Hickman Mra Sarah Hnbler Miss H Harrft Harriet B Hixglns Mrs George Humphrey Mrs C M Harreson Julia HHTMraBG Humphrey Mrs AuHardee Jennie Hill Mrs nee E Harkins Margaret Bllke Mrs Mary Hunter Mi*s J Harkln D Hilton Mrs Sarah Hunt Mia Enoch Bart Mra H F Hinds Mrs Sarah 11 unter J osepblne llirrinllMluU TTfntfa Mopv Hatch Mis* 0 0 Hlne* Mr*, Wash- HurleyMrsEllzabcth Haverty Wlnerford lnglon u Hussey HarretK Hawk Mary ^ Ilurtecb Mr* llcnry Irving Mary A Irving Mary Ana Jf JarksonMr*,W36thstJenklnR Mr* Julian Jones Kate Jackson Mr* J Jenkyn MrsTho* Jordan Margaret James Mr* Jane Jerring Mr* John Jordan Mrs Mary 8 J u llems Mad Eliza-Johnson Mrs P II Joye? Miss.W 24th it bath Jones Ellen Joyce Margaret JelTcrson Carrecy Jones Mr* Lewis T Judson Muggio L K Kane Margaret Kelly Mrs, Heater stKennedy Honnorah Kramer Maggie Kelly Catherine Keurple Mary Kavanagh Miss, Keinp Mrs Maria Kerrigan Ann C Greenwich at Kemper Mrs Keyser Clarence Kay Mrs Eli la Keep Margaret N Kidd Harriet H Kelly Jane Kent Mrs E Kidd Elizabeth Kelly Susan Kerman Margaret Kembnil Mrs Lvdia Keny Miss, Eliza- Kenny Ann King Mrs George both st Kenney Bridget N Kesxam Mrs M A Kelly Mra Susan Kenny Sarah Knowies Lizzie Kchy Annie Kensella Bridget Krog^MrsA L Lafferty Mra Leyden Ann Lock hart Mary A LainerMrsL Lent Sarah J Long Mrs Louese Lake Mrs Maria Lin wood Bell Loos Mary Latnberson Ellzab'liLenerd Mias Lord Surah Lamphen Mary Leunan Anna Lorrls Mra Lamn Ellon Lcnis Mrs Charlott Lovell Mrs Phfla Lambert MrsAlbert Lewi* Mrs Wm B Loyd Sarah Lander Lucy Lewis Patiny Loud MraCatherlne Lander Eitie Livingston Mrs H C Loud Winnie P Laney Mra Levy Lena Lucev Mrs Honora Lasak Mary Lee vine Mrs L Lull Fiances M Larrance Martha Llske Jennie D Lynch Kate Leap Mr*, W 11th st Leatrange Mrs Jas Lyi.ch Ann Leary Roady Lech Mra Chas Lynch Miss Croatia Lee Emma BL Lock wood Mrs S J Lynch Kn to Lee Mary Lynch Bridget * M May Mra Mary Mills Mary Moody Aurelia P Madosym Mrs 0 O Mitchell Annie Morris Catharine Matter Mrs, Riving- Miller Miss, Riving- Monaghan Mary ton *t ion at Moloney Mary Magnlre Mra Jane MintternMiss Mayer Mrs EUzab'tb Mag.. ire Mrs Sarah Miner. Jane Mortimer Lizzie Maganflns Eliza Mlnslone Mrs Mary Mortal Mary Mahooey Mm Montgomery EliebtbMivllune Catharine lfallon Mrs E C Moloney Ellen,Mon- Mullen Mrs ,R?ctor*t Mallee Mrs George roe it Mullln Catharine Maynard Almlra Morris MrsE Murphy MrsMurphy Meaher Nellie Moore Mrs, 6th at Murry Julia Merrill Miss P MootleyMraAB MuiTay Mrs Strnan Meyer Joana Mowbray Laura Murray Mrs Sarah Mellnout Roaey Maylen Margaret Myers Misses Meeker Charlotte Mae McBride Mary McCarthy Jane McGregor Mrs Helen McBlane Mary McCarrlck Mrs Ann McOuan Mary MoConneU Mrs Isa- McDonald MrsEliza-M-Klnlev Mrs, Sthav bella beth McNarer Mrs E B MeCanna Mary McDonald Mss, W McKey Mrs Anna MeOlean Sarah Uth st McKcnna Mrs Me McCumberMrsJulia McDermottEUzab'thMcKeuiiy Anna McCeslln Mrs R J McDonaldEllzatvtb McMhtius Miss Cater McCullough Rosa McPadden Mrs Mar- McMahon Miss Nora McCormlck Mia* garet McDulgg Miss Mary Teresa McGloln Jane Elizabeth McOoret Sarah IV Nally Eliza Newman Mary Nichols Mis*, West Nancy ?,Munroe st Newell Mrs E 8 13th st Neff Mrs A Maria Nichols Mis* M P Noble Mrs CL O O'Brien Mary Olmsted Mr* So- OTHeara Mrs O'Brien,Catherine phronio H O'Ncil Mary O'Brien Bridget Oliver Jane Ostrnnder Mary E O'Connell Mary O'Meant Mr* Ho- O'KiJeyAnhO O'Dcii Mrs Caul a- nora O'Rerk MraRoaanna rise P Paddock Mr* II Payne Batte A Prloc.Ellzabeth Paddock Mr* Mar- Price Margaret l'ennnyer Marv J % tha Price Mrs Sarah C Premiss Mrs E U Paige Mrs Cyrua 0 PlerceMrsBetsey 8 Preston Mrs M J Palmer Mr* J N Pignold Mrs 8 (f Preston Mrs E Put Mr* Heater Phillip# Matilda Peters Mrst Pardee Mary A Pihlllps cuherine Preuaa Mrs Caroline Parker Hasan Phillips Annie Plunkett Bathe Paredlre Hn An- Phillip* Mrs M A Punlanc* Clara II dsew Piper Mrs B Putnam Mr* Abby E Qnirke Ellen Qxlnman Grace B Qulnlin Kate R Bead Julia An B Bigg* Alios Lawra- Bhodes MrsBlchard Bedmoad Bridget aon Book Bridget Ralilie Mary Blley Mary Ann Bollins Miss B Beta* Mrs ban* Blley Catharine Bone Margaret Baadle Mary Bitch e Jane Rosa Mrs Karah A Raphael Mrs BoacbewMary Ann Rouge Mroe Rsiuey Mra Vary Boberd Mrs,CUaui- Roufti Mrs Ann bersst P.itdd Alice S Reynolds Rn?a Abb Robert Mile Cioele RuttgerAnna ReynoldsMreDoctor Bobtns Mary E Ruttenber Mrs M A Rlckerley Bosa Roblaon Jane E Braun Annie Richer win Hanna Rogers Mrs Peter Byan Honora RfchardaMrs,CherryKi>dgers Bridger* Byan Adda RfcbavJs Ca Mi trine ^ 84 Chrii fettle Sleen Mrs, Yaade- Smith Anna St John Louisiana water st Smith Mrs G?o Stadom Maggie gheldreck Bhrah Smith Roeev /IhefTland Mr* Eden Schenck Mrs Ellsa Smith Mrs Bridget TKsalt Mrs Mary Sbenden Mrs Susan Smith Mary Stags Mary Shern Flora Smith A man. la L Small Mrs Liafir Steven Mrs, Broad- Smith WMow Ellen StannlnMmArrtttitt war Sprout Mrs Emma Samman Catharlac fbercnmn Mias L Suxl lard Cornell* Stanly Mrs 8 ' Seybolt Alice Rchitie4?r MrsCaroSwanson Annie Seymour Bell Itne Star Gertrude Steer ClereshMia E SolomooMrsSAbr.iSkrterMia Sitter* Widow hann BaillsberrcEllaabetlnilrmellMrs* ;apt WniSoulller Mme, WKJ Seaman Mra Mary Skltuier UarrietU Schutnter Jlrt.Mmy Sheablch Mrs Jane Smith Mr* Samuel ShulerMargret E ' Shear* Mr* L D Smith Caroline Sullfran Catherine ScheffordMi**Chor-Smith Emily SnyderMrs.Stanton lolla Smith Mrs Ellaa Sujuaer Mrs Adains .SeldonMnOertrude Smith Mrs Anna M C i > E Smith Margaret Smvtb Bridget T Tr*a>? Mrs Rachel Thomson Mrs E A Tullett Mrs, GreenTaylor Lucy Thompson Ellen wich st Tihbem Miss M W XIiomp?onMrs,E18thTui ner Mrs Jame* Tlllotson Mrs B A W Blanch Tburiow MrsUllreB I TollCaroline ftinulcinr Irene Tuule MrjVTJ I Troerteme Mad Go-Tr.imbujl Mary Tuthill Mrs little A I tbtar Tru/tfl'uU A#neg Tvaon Kmnm Loue**: I Tboman LoiiIha Tun$*Vt Emmer Tyrell Marram I TboiuAg Mra Tho#H Turner ^1" Mary Tyler JUriCH 1 lommurtHnWm N V Upham Mn Mar/ ti el II Vanderpool Uule Vmd AlenMi-* J im J V.tiUflHKiiM'irtii1 Vni.li-vvHti irtiirahA Van ll'uteu Mr* V.iii MMon MiU C VtuidolarMnuJaraliE Jaint;* II VoUbl Mr* Julia W WaiUworth June IT West Josei>h"ue Wilson Mrs Anna WiuUwortl) MrtMT Whedden Sirs C W Win Mary Wa sh Margaret Willi* Martha Wlnanwloulae Wall Marcarat A William* Mary Winder Mr* Cath Walker ftflaaU Willerljatie Wl*e Mr* Roaulle Wtlker Mr* L A Wilkinson Jarifl White Nancy C \Urd Mr* Mary WlHUiuMn Murg't Whltlnff Mr? Eliza " aid Jane Wlllkuinoii Sophie Wnolmtt Annto *VnrU Johanna WIllemM Mrs John Wolf Mr* L A V. iriBn Sarah WIUIhiiik M.h liU-iu. Wood Mr* F A Washburn Mr* A K William* Amily Wood Mrs Annie Water* Mr* 0 WlUlam* Mm Ohar- Hiihw'1 nay Ellen A lotte Wood* Anna Wearing Mr* Y YoungMr*, Prince *t VawMrsEP Z ZimnaermanCarollne ZeinmcrMrnTheadu GENTLEMEN'S LIST. A AdlerOJ Allen John Aruhdecon A Cand; Adamson RoM Allt'h Capt I mil ah AAsnelm Pierre Abbott Matthias Ambrose win H At well Wm C Jr Adouus Lewis Amoore Austin Samuel Adaiuskl Abraham Angel Wm H Avery Robert Adalzyle Ii Andrns Newton Ay res James II Abbott John M Audrews Geo W AyrcsChasH Abraham M Auderson John Avery Robert Ackerman Ja? Anderson J nines Atkinson Wm Adamson Ralph Anderson Geo Avers Peter Abram* E 0 * Anderson Wm Armstrong W W Aiken E D Anderson John R AnleJohn AlbertlsCW Anderson Wm T Austin S II Alleock T Aucker H W Arnold Lieut Col Alden A Co Atwell Richard Arnold J G Adams Thos Asb.rry 1' Arnold G B Allen Geo W AreherWm Arnold D II Allen Richard Avery Oeo W Ashley Fred K Allen Geo B Bladensbura A Co Bell John L Brown Wm B Bacon Hy D Benedict A H A Co Brown Watt Bitehelder Dr B F Brewster WuiRACo Brown Samuel Blackson Chas H Brennan Tlios Brown N Bneot, RandcllACo Bends H C Brown John H Braar Bent Francis Brown Edwin A Brady John Bunzabat Jacob Boyer S E Bacon Louis Brennan Phil Bowles 8 B Bradley Jas P Berwtn N Bowknr Thos Brandon J B Berthing Theo Bowen S W Bradbury C B Bennetts BlowersAlbert L Bramhau, Bunnell Bennett, White A Co Kroner Peter 0 A Rnchmond Brewer A Co Boynton D C Balrhruiks ? BettsChusE Bronehton R R Ballard S Bclton Wlnlield 8 Bowles C G Ball P A Berry Capt John C Bourke Hon Robt Blanehard C A L Bethell B?2 Brothel Patrick A Co Belts R Bonghton C B Blanehard C?pt Brewer Alfred W Bullock Jas B Wm P Best Peter A Bunco A R Banker E Benztnk F B Brung* Jean A Brammann John Briee Andrew Bunbanm L A A Brampton A Pe- BrigcsChas Buckley WmN bercTy Briekell Wm A Buckley John Blanehard Simeon Brlghum E 8 Bucknam Samuel _ B Briggs Oilman P Buckley Thos Brandon Jonn Bicclow Cornelius BullcrThos Brain well Bliss Wm 8 Bulkley Chaa E Brant Dr Uncas Brilllng Julius Buckler John Bailey Humphrey Brings Ben J 8 Bundiek Morgan Bailey Aliten B Briufcerlioll W R Burr Horace Bailey Win Broda Pat Burr Calvin?2 Blake Edward Bolton RobtC Burton Alfred Bluke Jas Brockway Cyrus Burt Orlo Blake Aaron Bogardus Frank Burns Jos Blake Wm BogartRC Bnrke Edward Baker Alfred 8 Rroekett Dr I. n n,i, <l., k .Iuu,,m T. Baker Jacob Y Bohlkcn Jl'y B SurtJW Bard JaaD Bones Wm Burnable J B Barber Ralph P Booth B Btmihnm JJ Barker Ebenexer Bloomer J A Burk Michael Barber E A Brooking Wm H Burvhard Boardmkl Barre Jas A Borden Geo Bush J B A Co Barker Stephen Bonirne C H Burn Patrick Barnes E D Brooka Ghaa P Burhart J P Barnes B Blood A Co Burnt C Bamum Hy C Bonta Jaa W Butt C C Barrett Francis J Borham Broa Burnet Them Baraux Edwd A 8 Brooks 8 D Burrell Dnvtd Bucom Ella* Brooks 8 Burroughs Wm Baxter ML Boorum Cornelius Bnshncll Wm' H Brastell Jeremiah Bloom It Qrant Bnrna Deunls Bateman Captain Bronson C 8 Burn Patrick Wheaton K?2 Brown Kami R Burnett D C Batohelor O T Brown John B Bush Geo BaaseltWmD Brown Chaa B?> Butler Thos Bauly W?2 Brown Wm J Butler L L BartlettRavDwight Brown Frands A Byrne J a* K Brown Chat 8 Byrne John Baxter Ja* Brown Bart Bryer Jeremiah Bebee 11 P Brown Alden TJ Byce Jaa Beach H N Br;wnCh*?B Bynea Peter Beeeh D R Brown Chaa 8 Byrnct Andrew Bell Rufu* J?3 C Calliloon Pat N Clark H B . CVwnen Jaa Chad wick John Clark A C ConnaughtonThoeW Call ighan Pat Clark T D Conlon Chadaey D M Clark Wm Connor Francta Gady John N Clarke DP Conway Michael Coflerty Jaa Clarke Rev J D Crone Richard Cable wm A Oo Clarke Henry J Conklln John 7 Cain Pat Catherwood BB Coryl Mai 8 A C.ahill A Wood CassldyOapt Win Cboney John Caldwell Alfred Cattle C H H Copplnger John Chadwlck Chat B Crawford TR Cooper John, Jr Cullender Chat Cats A Cooper J P Cairns John Cash Jaa Cook R 8 Caguc.rJ.ia Cash Chat B Cook 1'hlneat B Chaee Benj F Crawford Jacob Cook Theodore Cnutiel ! Samuel Caveney Th6a Cook A Lyon Canoll Rev John H Clavton Pred W Cornell Sam'l II Crane Jaa p Chfttenden Hy A Cordelia Prank Cameron Robt Clifford Jaa CornwellACo Craln, Given A Oo Chichester D O Copland * Shu tee Cameron Alex Chriatle Rufut Cory Thos W Crane Robert Cliildt Jot Cory Chan H CatiaurK John Clinton H 8 Corcoran Thoe Chandler A Baylea Chipmnn W W Crotson Michael CantrellJH Cohen L Cosens Isaac Canister T CoggcshallO CowlesC Canon J Collin* Benj CowloaBKllboume Cainp&lgnia ft Cour- Coller John D B Cowan Jcxae A Son chet Coffey Geo H Glows J W Campbell Dugim Coflin k Co Cluugh Mosea P Campbell Patrick Cob^aWm Croxall Jo* Carr Jas Coal Henry Coughltn John Carter Richard Cobb J aeon Cox C P Chapman Geo H, Cockburn Andre wD Cowhev Martin Jr, A Co Cockburn C Waller Cotton Tboa Carson Bros Cohn H Cowan J F Carrier E W Colby Capt B G C roller Jos Charlea Roberts Colt A T Crowcn Mi- hael Carleton Edward Cohn M Cushrnan Chaa Carros Joso Coleman A San Cummings Jat P Carroll Thos Coleman Michael Cumincss Edward Carter Chsi P Cohen Lazarus Calient Chupman J E B Golvln C P Cund Wm Carlton Galen Colonel Hon Martin Cuyler C IT Carroll J P Cohn John Curry Peter?2 Carroll H Colvln Andrew Cttsack R Cirney Jaa Collin* Walter Curwen Henry Cr.itJohn Collins S F Cutis Frank Chapin ft Co Collins Capt RA Church Francis Carroll Patrick Comser F ft Co Church ft Dupont CarpenterElisba Connuintlne TUoe Crinse Thos Carter F H CondltAP Ourtii ErP Clark Rev A B fcondit A Johnson Curtis R E ft Co Clark John L Conuer D W Curtis Abner t D Dalton Edward D? Kins John 8 Douglass James Dale W R Derbyshire Nelson Dow* Marc.ua T Delancy D Dcinarest James Doubleday T H Dalo wm Iteming E Doolittle Rev If Dalton John Deonlson M PftCo I>oran Edward Dalton J F Dennison David Downer N H Darbrow John R Demerast David Douglass Tbos Dana Stephen W Detfike Robert DouglassP Dana F E Dennen James Doty R 8 Daniels A E ft Bon DemeranvllleGeoF Doyle Luke Daniels E ft J Denney George Dougherty Wm Dartol D W Decker E 8 Martin Dour Jean Davis Frederick Djfurest Col O Dorap Dennis Davis Goo W DweyWmJ Dornbrneh F Davis B II?2 Do Silver J Dower Charles Davis B Dewman J ft W Dupont C T Davis 8 Nelson DeWlttHH Duulap Henry?2 Davis Alfred Devlin Barney Dunn J Davis Davis Samuel Beward Edward DunnellJH Davis Henry Dickinson Pores?2 Duttgau C N Dawson Michael Dickinson 8 imuelT Duganne A J H Dawson O 8 Dickinson E H Dunbar, Dickson ft Dawson, FordftCo Dicker John White Co Davison D Dickson Alauson Dunne Walter Dayton,Wentworth Dlnwond John Dunham F H ft Co Dios, Edwards ft Co Dunlap Chas W Davtes Louis Dodge John L Duulvan James Davidson Col H O Donneley Francis Dunnell Wm N Davidson James Domlneck Royal Dunbar C L Deal Lemuel Dolaon 8 G Duncan Q ;o H Decker ?care Donnelly K ft Co Durkeo Norman' Bradly ft Co?2 Dobbie John Dusenbuiy Thoa De Graw C S Md Dodge James S Dnrkee J A Dean F B DolgeJohnC Duvler Louis Deacon Robert Doherty James Durant ? De Barrn ft Bro Donald Patriok Pulton Geo Roder' i Deler ,31 Cedar DocnellvThosLesterDuane Martin Deleaser A Proctor Doogan Etldy D wye r J oho De Kulght Thomas E Edwards J F E?gle Horatio Endicott EJB EJwards Esmonds Ebb* Charles Emanuel Joseph Edwardi Henry V Endy Samuel Evert* Cha.* J Edwards Theodore E<lgerton Manxm Evans Alex M Ehlers Brnest J Elllrtt Wm Escliley Wm Ebert Emiel li p in Thomas Evans All red D Egle A Co E<fdT A R Evans John D Early & Lane Elinendorf ABarton Bverett A Chase Eastwood James Er.-llsh Edward Ever* James Eastman Abin U Eru-ry Capt Everts F 0 Eaton Joseph E Emmons Isaac Bvelm Howard EJy Wllaou P Ely Charles V Fagin Joseph? Felted James H Fltxgt-rald Mister Falls Joseph C Ferree A Co Fiupatrlck James Frank Emtio Perrin S H Fitzgerald Michael Famnrlst A A Co French. Swift A Co Fitch George H Frank A Son Ferris E U Fit zpatrlck Frank Flanders GT Ferris Fogerty James France James S French Charles Foaley John?2 Francis DO Ffllms Arthur Forbes AD Frocis Timothy Fife Lewis Flood James Flannuiran Bernsad Fltiigan John Ford George Farnham Richd W Fire James Fox Martin Kay 8 W Flint Wra II Frost George Farnhum M VHnegant James Foster Henry 8 Fanner M O FriukelCA Fowler Augustus Farnham S W Pirld John Fox Thomas Frailer James Boy Fisk Robert B Fouike Henry Fay Cart Andrew Flsk Franklin Foster V W Flsttley Peter Fisher Henry O Foster Wm B Freeman Wm P Fisher Miles Foy A J C Freeman James B Fisher Brnest Foy Joseph F Felber Julius Ffrk J M Flynn J V Freeman M FiasbeU Albert Fyler John 8 Fearing C L Flt**er*ld Bdward Ffyan Patrick Freeman James Fltxtfesaid James Fleming Charles Freeman Geo A S Gah in William Gaynor Thomas Grlswold Alb O Graham Rev D M Gsu Jer Peler (111let's A Goffy Gallacher R H?? Gautf J H GlUstte H J Grace Michael Gnatlie Mr Grlndal AusosOn* ^Graham Morris Gray Michael Gttlson Chas Gabay D A Gregory Thomas-S Oillett W B Guffey Luke Gm-nttnsh Tbomaa Gilchrist A Dunlel Graham James Green Michael Olpar John J Gallin James flrvieu Geo A Co OSes iUcbd Gaillgher Rlchd Ore .mi A 8 Giilen James Gaillgher Wm Omen J W Giles Bdw B G.nnon fJeosge Green P H Orogan Michael Grant G T Greenough D P Dnwan John GanaTS OreenWnshlnftonO Godfrey Brothers Granger DK Gerry F A Goddard Jno Grant J J A Son Geihell Avy Goodiio George Gardner G Arthur Gershee H Gole Edward Gardner OC Gemmell Thomas Goodale Augustus Garbutt P Germn J Goodhue Chas F Gasby John A Graen Charlns Goodman A?2 Gurrettson B R Griffin Plillln K Golden Geo W Gardner H Gibson Cha?le? Goodrich Jamc* Gardner Hon 8 II Griffith Messrs C W Goodwin Moaea Garland Capt JamesGrlBn 8 Goixtyesr J G Garrard James Gibson Andrew J Good Scoot J H Gumor Jaa Griffin Wm Gould Wm R Gamei Michael Gnndtnan Afre J?2 Gorham 8 C Os?e Jumes Gerard Wra Gould Henry Gap Frauds GlliUple Prof Gore Samuel Guy K A Giving R C Gove F N (SraTe?fWm Gli.morc Archibald Uomlev Thstnss Gaul Hcr^ry?I Gilbert A T Guiltier W GrayJolirfcW ^ Gunneny Edwin llnll Nathan Hatch, Wytnan ACo ITohbs J L llalliH k Charles D HooznJolinH Holbrook H H Harris Cbarles# Hasbmnck Stephen Holcomb Alfred Q lloukins A Ifadly Hnwley Walter liobbaj ll.Jl Itorricktou E Y < JLI'lmer B H EW YORK HERALD, SATC Hall Samuel P llefron M It?2 Holme* Daniel II.ill lit nry C Il.cox Win Hollmaworth BenJ Huli H nnc? Hel.er Jacob Ho#an I'al ui Jobu i. Hlti Valvulitis Heaih Wiu A Hock John I Hall WO Hewitt John A Hodges Wm Hatubrldge Lewis I ku.lemon Alt'* Hodae* Jttmea llumi'l licrnnril Henderson James HopSlin Gilbert liuufoi J Lawyer Henry Geo llopkin* L A Co 11 annum Li iiiuk r Henderson David Homer Roger Hauley Juines Henry John lloamcr LI L Hanlon Knni-la lli'nifrvaon Dr Hoppln Hanly Murilmer Il<-|>k.lny < :ni>t WmC Hopkins J Hammond ffm Hewson J II llorton John T llanlon Daniel llcrrop K1 liu-y S lloamer 11 L Harvv, Burton A Co Ilen1ugl<>n Sainl Hough Thoa .1 Co HareW Herbert, Jacob a Co Howard Frank Harrington A How III a Norton Howe, Brount A Co H.rtaonACo Herbert James House HI '-hm\l A Co Hart Wm L Herrloit John Houae G W Harrington Andrew HerderGuatave Houston E 11 Harrington A Herder G llough Qhiul II HartJllACn Hexaelllng John E Hoyt Ralph Harvey Don K Hick* Wm S Hough Haiuuel HurroIiL A D lllcksCaplKeubenCllouse John Hartly John 11111m L M Howell A Smith r Harrison J Wm lllll Wm O Howell E P Harvey Dr Hlckoi J Wealey Howe Andrua B Har|ierJ Hickman Wm H Hubbard John W llarrlsoa Alb M lllcka E W llughex Thoa IlarrtngtonAndrew IHIlsou D II lluU Devoue 1 Uiirrttky Mr, Cherry Hillan Wm Hun toon (J W Harvey Oourgu Jr Hi brock ACo Hueston Clinton Hurt Alex Hill J Huutcr A tistrander Hurrold Wm Hill 8 Humbert NC HurdylUohd Hill B R llunt?rJ Ilitwlcy&Co Hinsdale J N Huntley RW Haskell Capt Albert Hinton Wm Huff l'atrlek ?3 Hines Isaac Hughes Kmncla II Hkskell Samuel L Hogan Wm Hughes Win Haskell Wm U IMmes N A Son Hull J?ir?iue HasttpgsJY Ilolget J A Co Hull Henry, Jr Haynes S B llolcoinb All <J Hukk Rev Dr Hawks WmK Ilobart Mr HutchlnsTV Haworth Horatio Hedge Doneel HurdWutD Hawkins A I IdeJSM InglerJV Irwin Henry Illlugworth R 8 Irving Wm Isaac John InRies F H Irwin J C Isaiah Rev Bro Ingham John?3 IsUam Pierpont J Jackson John C Jannin A B Jones, Dunbar A Jackson Joseph Jarrer John Dealer Jackson John Jefferson A Co Johnson Jrnhue Jackson 1' Jenks Thomas H Johnson ,E river Jacksou Jas Henry Jengles Qeorge Johnson Peter Jaeksoa William A. Jenney James E Johnson A Jackson H W D Jones Leonard Johnson A Cameron Jackson Daniel II Jones AP Johnson A K & LoJacobs Judith Jones J M rento Dow Jaoobson John C Jones James Jordan Henry James William Jones Cant A B Josephs Wlllfiim James Edwin Jones W D A Co Judah DWC Juiuesou John JoneaJAWPHallctteJudaom Junius K KnpserWm, Union Keane Patrick King John square Kearney William Klngsley t??o A?J KnvanaghHraneisU Keating James II Klnnev Miles F Kuvanagh Thomaa Keegan Patrick KiuibsllCbasS Kay Wm KeeW S H Kimball C S Kayser llcnry, ogt Keeley John Kimball Jas A Sons Klaw John C Hitman John Klncade William Kramer Math k Co Keith Mathew Klrby R T Kendall Alired Kellott Bartholom'wKirk A Ostrander Kcneslck Patrick Kellogg Francis \V Kirk Aug Attln Kennedy D Kelley John B Kista Andrew. tinKennedy Bgbert O Kelley John shop Kennedy Jas, Pre* Kelty .Madison Kitchlug George Kennedy James Kelly WIlllAm Knev.il* C B Krnnvy Micnael Kelly Patrick Koe P P Kenuer Martin King J T Kohner Jbseph Kcrln Michael King John O Kollher Patrick J Keruan A (Julnu King Rufua H?3 Koon Robert Kersien L Krotoer P B Is Ladd Alfred Lenaghan Daniel Ijipplneott Samuel Lake James Lennox Wm Litchlleld llcnry Lakemnn Edward Leon O H Liuel John Lalor Tintin T^nn IV > I?a i ??i? 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Lam sou Bev 8aml Leonard J no W * Little S C?3 I jam pert Henry Co Little F J, segai Lancaster Wm Lessall J W manufacturer Lane B Levy Harris Livcrmore Heber Latinlng, Act Levi* Abraham Llvfngatnn J L Lanning K A LewlaBN Lloyd Edward A Lunsburgb Seamon Lewi* Samuel, P Lockwood B W V Lansing L J Lewis E F Lolienstelu J M LauKhlln A D Lewla William Logan JaiueaH Lawley Plenums LewU John Logan Thomas Lawlor Jeremiah Lewi* David P Looml* William Lawn* James Lewis 9B.W 18th Loonils J V Lawrence Fred A Lewis W M LorJ John H lAvlor P Lewis W J Loughltn John Law i le Jamea, En* Lewis L D?2 Lovett A A glneer Lewis David Low T 8?2 Lawson Peter Lewia A Co Lowber B W Lawson 0 L Lewis Wm D A Ludington H B Leater Henry O'Nellk Ludlow WD Loe John H Liddy Hdgh Lyke Thomas O Lee P, whRewasher Llllie J P Lyle Arthur I*c John Ltnch Jerry, of Ge- Lyman David Leakeman Edward neva LvnchJohn W Lincoln Ptnly J Lynch Martin Leigh ton P Lincoln Isaac Lynch Thomas r Leggett Thos G A Lindle James Lynch e Jacob Bon Lindner Edward, Lyon James D Leland Doctor Manchester . Lvon Charles H Leland Chas O Linesey Henry, Lyon A, M D Leonard Charles H printer Lyons P W Lesage Carlton Llnds A?8 Lyon* Henry Leveat E B Llngham V Lysaght Patrick K Maccan Dennis Mayer E Morgan E A Sons Machado J A Mayer Isaiers Morally Thomas Mack J B May hew Tboe M Morand Patrick Mack Francis Mead Walter Morel A B MaenimNQ Mease CO Morriarty Morris Maddin Edward Mee Barney Leiillian Mahony John Mocks D H Morri* Samuel Mules Capt W H Megines Patrick Morri* Ml hael Main J P MeillshJW Morrison-Enoch B Mallln James Mennlnger Henry J Morrow John Mailory James H Merrill George Morse Blehard B M alloy James Merrill Joseph H Mortiey A B Maloon William Meriner Capt Sills Morton J W Manchester C H Middleton, Beaver at Mo.ses Sollomon Mann William Mldgley Wm?2 Mosber Edmund ManleyWiiliamP?2 Milk William Moss Jacob B Manuel Joseph Miller John Moxham Robert ManvilleCC MiUcrllA Movcc MapesThuuias Miller ED Mover Thomas C Mara M MillerGeoH Mugan John Mar'oour & Co Miller A Mnlford Jeicmlah March Hon Walter Miller* Sogers Mulligan M Marchisi J B A Co Mills E Muliran William Marcun Patrick Mills James W Mullen James Marden Lieut E F Mlnehau Timothy Mullen J J Marks Joseph Mltcbel E W Munns William Marquis Samuel Mltchel Peter . 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A B More William Mycr Lafayette?2 Muslen II M Morgan George 0?- Myers Henry 8 Mathews James B born Myers J A Co Mathews D MorganHenryStew- Myers Chaa W Matlii Robert 8 art Myrlrk John M Maui ?o K Morgan Jas M j rick Charles E Use McCurdy James 3 McConnell W H MoKee Samuel McAnn Thomas McAddin David Mi Kin Joseph M,efsrthy Thomas McDowell James Mcllrath Hon Chas McConnell Samuel XcOowan Patrick ?2 McCarty Danl-l D McGowan Darby McLean J P McCormlek Thomas McGill Joseph Mi-Laugh ling JoIvd McCormlck Martin McDcrmott Bero&rdMcLaughlenWllUain McCarty John McDonnell Peter McKay Don 8 McCort Henry McGlnness John McKee Col A R McCabe Luke McGiene Michael Me Lend R B MrCullough John McFarlin John McKee John McCarthy Patrick McUrath John McKlnnev John MACreary A Oo MeEwan JobnSmartMcJullne T B McCarty A Z McPadden J B A Co McKlnsi rv CharH?f>K McCartney Wm M McFadden Abner Mi-Master James MrCulIoch A Slater Wm Mi-M.inn Hr.nh McCluer N A McDongal Donald McHammonu MiMcCarty John McDermott Peter chad XcCorney George XcDonnald ORl McN'ulty Mlrhael McCormlck John McDonoughJosephDNt-Mahan Thorn is XeCarrand Patrick McDonald A W MeKeinan Joseph McCarthy, Bedfleld M' Keever Thomas McNamee ? 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CapUohn Price Wm M Palmer Allen B Patrick Stephen Plzzey James Parker J 0 Pea body Jas B Pike Lorenzo Plants M A Peckham P Phllllpson Wm Parys Peter Pelraon H W Picker W Parker DA Peters Jacob PlnckneyJ L Pslght A B PeUit James Phillips Jas*Lkidell Paine Lewis Perry 8 X Post Abram Palmer Oeorge Peterson O V Powell W J Parker Isaac Perry Geo 8 Poxton WllMam Palfte J Heniy Peters Ale* H Porter Wm V Paddock XXL Peter A M Porter Cyrus R Parthnrst 8 0 Perbam Joshua R PomeroyRalph A Co Patlon David V l'rentis C B Boole John Patton Edward E Pettibonn Geo 8 Poo A n Pratt AW Peyton Col Wm X Pulver John Piatt CorneMua C Preutler H Pruden A Martin Psysm Rev Obaa Perkins B Pye Sylvester Pratt Geo W Prior Gabriel Pucheral Mr Pratt X Piper John W PumellJobnW Pax ton William Philips, Grand at Putaiug Leonard Paul Farwell A Oo Fierft C X Purtugton James T Fay ton Wm H ^ Qulgky IIoMen V Qutoeey Michael Qulnu Oontsa Qulnn Rodger n Raymond C II Biker Wra A Rhodes Thomas D Rannev A Rlsley Sedden V Roger* Robert Ralston J BAOo Rinault R Q Rongler Hilary Ramsay John Ripley S W_ Roirrrs Francis Randall A?1 Richard jon C II Rsy William?2 Rail)ui W P Rlcbarddon N 8 Roudell Mr RancMl Lewis Richardson E A O# Ross Joaepk L Ray John W Richards Joaeph Ronntree L Ramanre Bliaba loMnamAP Rose Darvid B Rath bone Chan F Robinson Captain Root Geo P Reeve* Jarnea J Robinson Wm Rose Thoa L Reldy Arthur Robinson Edwin 8 Bosrk Pintetr Rennokls Thomas Rockwell * Scoop Rosstler Thoa P Rely John H < Roliblns Louis S Rouse Wns P Reynolds Robert Ho'.ierlsonJamea Rowly Robert Held Andrew Roberts Jushiiah Rotbchild 8 Redlniwtn Mkehacl ltoiwrtsJno J Rowland John ReevesH Robins Seth R Roys k Wlloo* Co Reynolds D?P Roberts Wm Roarke Richard A

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Weorge Semen A II Stover UC Bhardelon Joseph Schmltt August Scliouip William A Shaw Henry GAOo BlmuionsChaaWelUSoone Joseph Sparks Henry Simon George Story Samuel Smart John G Jr BigrUt G M Short 1'atrlck Swant M-iiiuel Strickland A Co Suowden Malcolm Bharpe Charles Bltvea Mosses Scott A'kley A Co stamen ('apt E 0 Simpson A (Jove Boulder Frank V Sedlcv Henry Simmon* win H Buth Edward See.lcy David W Simpson Frank H Sullivan Edward Stcerny (Jeorge R Strickland C.ipt W Sykea Tlioa Seaman Cr pi U Bilker Valentine Btuckev Alfred & H ted man V\ m Shilling Andrews Isaiah Sledge George C Spllthoorn SolomonSchult* J C Sweed Cliarle* J Silllwell MarshallB Sullivan Jeremiah Spear l'ercy B Smith J Sutherland 0 Louis Sneehv Edmond Binilh Isaiah Bumnertch S A Co Seagulii T T A Co Smith F?pcls Bchurman Oeo W Heaver K A Smith fmH Schulle Henry Seelcy George Smith John Bturges SUA Son Sweetser Samuel Smith Henry B Style* K Q Seddon William Sutith John Shute Wm Stebbin* fiiurtevaut J W T Trainer James Tidball Col Wm L Thompson Joshua L Traphagon Wm Ting 1'atrick Tohln John Tailor Mli'hacl TinsleyJ'W Thompson E P Tracy E H Tilllnghast Oeo L Totnplln Robert Tappan Francis W Tlbbctts L C Thorp Francis Taj lor John Union A Titcomb Tone* JohD C Taylor John Trimble James C Tool Michael Taggart James Thimpson I'hos P Towusend P Rodlcy Tappon A B Trim Henry Townm-nd A Co Taylor F G Thobaun Thomas Torboig Isaac B Taylor Ferdinand Thomas Charka 11 Thurston Geo W Travis J V Thomas H C Ty*l>ee Andrew C Taylor Wm A Sons Tompkins Prank Tryon P?2 Tart Henry Thompson A Bald- Tryon E W Trophsgcn Wm W win Turner John Teiult H N Thompson E S R Turner Martfn Ternald Prank P Thompson Dr Kigl- Tyson Iva Temples J S nakl True* E II?2 Tenbrocck A Van Thompson Jos M Trull Willard Orden Thomas 8 A Co Tucker Selden R Tremaln Charles Tolmau Oscar Tnrner Ebenezer G Tlndle James Thomas L 8 Turnbull Walter Trlcheb A Co Tumpkius D O Turnbull Wm W Tillotaon W V Urtilno 8 R Ullncc Wm Underwood Edward Uliner Charles V Vallancc Wm n Voorsanger J C Van Winkle Cha* VosburghACo Vah-ACoWm Van Anthwerp A R Vincent Wm Heniy Vleln A R Van Benschoten M Valleln John Vedder* Elliah 8 A?2 Vosteeii 11 Van I*,lie Sfr Van Colt Isaac H I Vollanil John VanSlykeJK Van Beuschoten JoVostmm Wui Van Ryan A sci.h 0 Verlel M W WaUh Robt Wells E B Worlll R Henry Whalen James Wheeler DR Williams J Walch F. 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Allen Jam?* anil Frank Loughran M, Co D Al ly Albei t J. Co A Lowery John, Co F Amerman I? B, Co A Livingston Henry A, QuarBachtlar John, Oo D termaster Bla.iveltWm E. Co H tvall James. Co J BiauvelfrJohn D, Co H Lyon David,Engineer Corp* Barthol John, Co G Maxwell jHmeB,pnim Corps Bute* Jumps A,Co F Marsh William E, Co D Bae.m Charles E, Co A M:\gratli H, Co O Blair C D. C<> F Marshall John, Co B Bralev A T It, or Beach C G Martin David, Co K Blackbuui JII, Wagon Master Merrett James C, Co D B?unetl Jacob F Merlan Henry W.Englneer Becny Henry . Melghan Jeremiah, Co C Bervman Win, Co F Milan M, Co B Beinsenlierz GustaTU*, Co D Mitchell Jacob, Co B Berkley Wm, Co D Miller Jam**, Co P Brien .lames O, Co B Mill* E L. Co B .lumen 11, Wi K Mitchell W 111, Co F Browr. A'idlson.Co K Mortimer Samuel, Co D Brewer Martin V, Co H Murry James, Co F ' Burke ,T Lewis Co B Neuberger Aaron, Co F ' Buttle Klh'd. Co D Owen E C Busse Wm. Co B O'Connell Henry, Co D Bullock Corporal, Co E Parks J W, Co E Buiterfield Col D Palmer Rich d J, Paymaster Blunt Wm S, Engineer Corps Pratt Henry, Co O Carstan? Win, Co B Pert-go Henry C, Co B Clark ?'has D, Co C Penklel Frederick,!Co F Cariienter II Potter Wm A, Co E Carlton Chns A Pollok Jan. Co F Crassons L. Co A Pollock John G, Co H Cam pbell Samuel. Co H McFadden Geo, Co H Campbell A Donald, Co K McKnlght John, Co C Cowan Frank 8, Co K Mc Far land R F, Co K Connor Charles, Co F MeKelvey David G. Coll Colror Oeo B, Co A McKonkv Wm, Co 11 Corry Rlehard, Co I Mclntyre R D, Co D Cosson Wm F, Co G McKav John, Co I Coleman Edward, Co E McBrlde Ro'iort. Co A Coghlln l?, Co A McKeevcr Jacob W, Drum Cox Francis, (*o D ..Corpa Corliss Samuel, Co I McDjrinut Harl, Co A Davis William, Co H McCornia -k W W, Co B Dalv James K, Co K MeHlroy Joseph, Co F Dean Isaac, Jr, Co G McDonough Henry, Co D Doscher Sergeant, Co E Raynor \\ m, Co 1 Dow Jo'siah L. Co H Reeves Johu A, Co E Duke Thomas, Co C Reynolds R W, Co E Dvnti Lieutenant, Co F Rem Ale? F, Co G Earl Clement 0, Co A RckIv James, Co E Fillers E M L, Co E Rowley Henry, Co F Kilis Henry S. Co H Robertson Louis J, Co D Elliott JaraesH, Co K Stattler Jacob, Co B Farley Jeremiah, Co F Havers Wm, Co A Kerry J A, Commissary Spaulding Cyrus P, Co A Fishblatt 8 H, Co D Sm?rt Ucorge W, Co Q Fitzgerald, James L, Co E SooUVnb-rger W, Co E Fowler Win, Co C Shell I'ati .ck, Co F Gaunce Vletor, Co C Sini|ison Win J, Co K Gasawav James, Co C Springer Charles, Co D Galbraith Samuel, Co F Stivers, W m P,Co H Gralev Wm II H. Co U Stiles Aiidw E W, CoD Graner Clias A, Co K gc<>U Jaines, Co 11 Greeu Joseph. Co F Bhiiart C A, Co B Gillies John H, CoC Schiiltz, John G, Co C Gillen Wm H, Co H Sehtilie John C, Co G Cowans l'eter F, Co K Smart Uwii J, Co B O il man John. Co K 8w. ley Wm D, Co E Hanralian M T, Co A TaylorSaml, Co A Haru' ll Otho, Co A Trimble Augustus J. do D Hallenbeck A D, Co G Tinsdale Horace T, Co K Hansen N L. Co B Thompson F G, Co B Hexter S, Co C Thompson Norman, Co B liege man A W, Co A Torrence Theodore, Co G Hlekey John, Qo B Underhlll John T, C*> B llilf Wm H, Co E VeMron Geo W, Co B Hill i u p?n Vlaor A n Prtfl Holronib Charles V, Co A 7"Ite 1- rederick I?, On I liasbough A, Oo A Van Winkle Pete G, Oo II Hoyt Thus J, Co E Wallace James, Co II Hunt IFm H. Co R Wethers Wm, Leader of the HuntOW, OoR ?unrt Hughes Hugh, Co B Weir Robert F, 8ni*con Jacob* James E, Co K Whnar Els or Wllaon Ale*, Jaclard Charles, Co U Co K Jackson Wm J. Co P Whearty P W, Co 0 Jones Charles W, Co F White Jnmes, Co 1> Johnson John R. Oo P Wli?n Franklin II. Oo I Johnauu Victor W, Co K Wilson James, Co P Kelhr J. Co K Wliilams Tjiomas, Oo K Kelly Michael J, Oo K Wbltlug I>e\V Iu C, Oo C Kennedy John E, Co O WMtbeek Charles Oo C Keller J, Co A Wln-iiu W B. Co F King James, Wnodforil fi P, OoO Kuhn George, Co K Worflied Francis tangley Wm A, Oo E Young Robert H, Co F LeltcrChartcs. Co B Vouuu Oacn, Co K Lockheiracr H, Co D Hary Letters. Boanlslev Grove B, An* fjurg Lynch D, Lieut Becker Adolpb, rut Wabash Means M B, NaT Kosp BlgeJow Oeo A Mahtell Wm, str Jaw?sU>wu Blake MarsKhll W, An Pavm Morao Jus. str Quaker Olty Hoggs Ely, str Quaker Ofty Mullsn H E, Midshlpm Brown <Je*i W, Lieut Murphy Win, str Quaker City Catherwood Ohas, str Rich- Pa.merThosH mond Peake John L, bit Quaker Dalton Edw B, M D-8 City 'Dean John, str Roanoke Pendleton Wm D, Str Quaker Devlin Bernard, sir Quaker City City McUuanlar Jas, sir Quaker Fletcher John, cook, sir City Quaker City Reilly EttoM-d, Str Richmond Glynn Andrew, str Quaker Robinson Puter B, str QualiClty er etiv?2 Han Ion J'n, str Quaker City Smith John I, str Iroquots Hargons P J, air Quaker (Sty Warner Prnnk B, Marine Howison U L, Lieut Welsh John, tlreman str Hudson A, Asa Surg QuakeiM'itv Kemble Arthur, Ass Surg Wilaon Thus W, Oapt Quake r King J W, chief eng'r (Hiy King Gyrua W Wnanan Wm, str Richmond Laughlo Jas, str Riehmonrt Army Letttra. Baokwith Capt A Hoffman Lieut Col Wm Bowen LleUt A J Hoi lea Lieut J A Bullymore Adjt lloesCspt Ouldo?3 Cooper Sidney W, 3d Lieut Long Lieut A A Pickle ("oKmountedrifles l'orter Major Glb-a. 4 ft) arty Dye Oapt Wm M D, 8th inftry McMamis Oapt Wm 8, 15 luf'y Mlscellancont. American Needle Co Lyoo Man Co, Broad wry American Camp Cheat Co?C M Incral A Manufacturing Oo American Bcwfng MacbineCo Manhattan HY>use Bay State Ulnss Co Steel wrench maker Cambro American Office Shoemaker. ls4 U 31th a Chesnut Hill Iron Ore Co Secretary I'll* ton Coal Co Clerk of the Board of Tnvlc Ulmer Spring Bed Co Del, Lack A W RR Oa lulled Brothers Lodge No S3 EmpireUottapercha Oo I'lli-a line canal boats Bverdals OoaI Co N y Weekly Press. Editor* Express ms MW ?0 W ISUyl 1861. ___ T1 , Ship*' C'rcwn1 Irff(cr?. AllM, ?!ili>, Andrew I)ui/: I Inland Bell>-, aohr.N 8prt?6?r ] AUJlUHU. 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Crew?3 ' ' Royalnton, bilj, Capt ttobln* ' Qeorge Washington, ship, non Crew?2 Rain Smoll, brig, O llaakell Iiclbrella, ship, Carpenter Tornado, ahtp, Capt MoitImiii ' French, Spaniih anal Ituliun Letters. J 1 Antoinette, epicerte 44 Uhloni Erneucgildo I 2 ArcbambauitVictor 45 Ocntil Joao i .1 Audlfred CnnaUnliu 40 Uulinnraua Alvaro d'Oli- ) 4 Arara Capo N velra , 6 Bi'rlle Ijoinae 47 Hebert Jean Pierre , 0 Bach Jactjuea 48 IhnilBer, Meut Eplueuil { 7 Boiinal M iiotiavea 8 Baraco Calarlnft 4D Irtaary Amnlne 8n:llh "J Bnero Gix Batta 60 Ju'irliie Don (Bilbao) 10 Bcrriibeltla MaurielO 61 Junqnelra .lone Maria 11 Buralt Joaquin 63 Lccuuite Oallot 12 Chanaud Hefirl 63 LIkiioiw Murcyaln ix Clinriinn ^inlnnnlap 1u Ijiihita Hon Viotnr 15 O.irmlgn.int D 89 Le Qtien Don Tomas 10 t'onesero DesMerio 56 Lartitegul Cast Don Juau 17 Colunle Til 57 Mauritn J E 18 De Di'rri Eugene M M;iutln Martin 19 De Labauine Charles ,'i'J MonvoUin Narclssc 2*> De Lelw-diefT Col I'ierre 80 Manglarotti O 21 Oe Malluofaky Antouln 01 Marnuxlni Octave 22 De Siiiilits Louts (2 Marteh Cn-stofolo 23 I)e Aguero UyAj Belao- 63 Merello Olrolamo court 64 Moderno Dr A J 24 De Cordova I 65 Medina Don Kederlco E?2 25 De Andulza Don Rumaldo 66 Medina J K Ricardo 67 Mora Fauoto 26 De Medina Don Caring 68 fUaid Louis ' 27 DeMesqulUAuguato Cesar 69 IVturd Felix 28 De MolaDonJoaqulnLoret 70 PtTazeo Girolamo 29 Dullod Docteur 71 PNanl Dotm-iiTco 30 Dufresnaychex Lacbaume 72 Perer. Don Jose Row?2 ' 31 Dunwd 73 Porvua Don Joso 32 Durand Pierre 74 Guautin Andre 33 D.inovr Franceroo 2ft Reverend J 31 Delmonte Don lticardo 76 Rivara Giuseppe 35 Degollado c Mariano 77 Kodi igueH EmHa?3 1 3(1 Kyraud Alphouse 80 Rodriguez Don Jose 37 Ella Luigt 81 li^jlr; Don Antonio 1 38 Euhabarria Don 82 Stiglich Yluceuxo 89 Editor del Notlcioso de 83 Talbot Alfred Ambos Muadoa 84 Trom|ieler Francois 40 Fety Claude Benoit 85 Ton rey Vlncenzo 1 41 Oallaud Ignaee 86 Velasquez Professor 42 Gerard Michel 87 Vuagoiaux Jean Daniel 43 Uuedunt Joannll 88 Zarraclna Don Ramon W. B. taylor, Postmaster. Z POST OFFICK NOTICE.sT Notice. Post Orncs, N. Y., Sept 16,1881. The new style of government rOHTAOK STAMPS is now ready, and for sale at this oillce. Exchange will be l made of the new style for an equivalent ainoant of the old 1 issue during a period of BIX DAYS from the date of this notice, alter which stamps of the old issue will not be received in pavtnenl of postage on letters sent from this cilice. \VM. B. TAYLOR, P. M. REHOIOfS HOTICBg7 ~~~ CHRISTIAN CHAPEL.SEVENTEENTH STREET, NEAR Sixth avenue?Services on Lord's day, September 22, at 10>? o'clock A. M. and 7J? P. M. Elder G. O. Beardslee. of the Jamaica infcslon, wiU preach tn the morning, and Urban c. Brewer, the pastor, In the evening. Subject, evening:? "Religious Equality ofall Men." "/"MDEON, THE CITIZEN SOLDIER," WILL BE THB VT subject of the third diamine of the series on the "Military Heroes of the Bible "j?t the Brooklyn Tabernacle, ' ou.Sunday evening. Rev. Wllnain Alvin Bartlett, Pastor, ; will preach morning and evening. Services will commence at IPX A. M. and 1% P. M. ! VTEMORIAL CHURCH, HAMMOND STREET, CORNER 1H Waverlev place.?The Rev. C. B. Smith, Assistant Minister of Ascension Church, will preach to-morrow (Sunday) evening. Services at 10)t, 3% and 7% o'clock. Free seats. Notice.?the fourth anniversary of the i Fulton street Dally Union Prayer Meeting will be held In the North Dutch Chureb, corner of Fulton and William ] streets, on Monday next, 23d September, from 12 M. to 1% I P. M. All are cordially Invited to attend. _____ I Fkutestant KriBUUfAIj fnlSflC/Xl UUUBUIUU or. Esprit, corner of Franklin and Church streets.?Servfcvs Id this Church every Sumlay morning, at 10X o'clock. Sub- ! ject for next Sunday:?Ephesians iv., 1, S. Rev. chas. spear and wife, of roston, will apeak in Lamartlne Hall, cornnr Eighth avenue and Twenty-fourth street*, to-morrow afternoon ut 3 o'clock, and In the Bleecker street (Cm vernalise) church, at 7% o'clock. Subject?"Prtaon Mission." REV. MATTHEW HALE SMITH, NORTH TRINITY Church, will prtaeh in the new Chapel, No. 600 Seventh aveuue, between Forty-fiflh and Forty-sixth streets, to-morrow (Sunday), at 10?{ A. -M., a sermon approbate to the auproacblng rast Diy; and In the evening, ato'clock, will commence a course of Sunday night lectures on the Books of Ecclesiastos and Acts? "Biography of a Man of the World, or Solomon's Counsels to the Young." Sunday School nt 2 P.M. QT. ANN'8 CHURCH, REV. THOMAS GALLAUDET, O Rector.?Services to-morrow, as usual, T.itli.the voice at lOJjJ A. M. an i 7K P. M., and in ihc sign language at 3)? P. M. The Roctor will preach In the morning, and the Rev. P. C. Ewer iu the evening. Seats free. HOUSES, ROOM87 &C7, WASTED. A" ~N UNFURNISHED HOUSE WANTED-IMMEDIATE. ly, by a responsible party till May 1, in New York' below Fortieth street. The house must be first diss and In a good location. Rent to 1st of May not to exceed $200. Address for three days E. W., Herald olllce, with location and lowest price. A YOUNG WIDOW OP EDUCATION IS ANXIOUS TO meet a party who would assist her in taking a good honso. Security given and n home U* desired. Address Aiurricus, union wju ire riwniwre. A WIDOW AND DAUGHTER DESIRE A FURNISHED house, where the rent would bo taken in to.ird; would take charge of a house for the wlntea; best referenda. Address Z. Z., care of W. Chambers, Bible House, Fourth avenuc, corner of Eighth street. A FAMILY CONSISTING OF THREE ADULTS WISH a small furnished or partly furnished House, at low rent, or would take charge of a large bouse till the 1st of May; satisfactory reference given. Address William, bo* 2,757 Post ofllce, New York. BY A GENTLEMAN WITn SMALL FAMILY-WANTa three story high stoop House, furnished or unpunished ; it must be desirably located, and rent moderate. Address box 1.894 general Post ofllce, staling location and terinsFURNISHED HOUSE WANTED?BY A HIGHLY RE" spectable party, where the rent will be taken In board with the privilege or takln? a few select boarders. Address A. B. B., Brooklyn Poet ofllce, with particulars. FURNISHED HOl'SE WANTED FOR A FAMILY OF two.?A small furnished house, situated between Ninth and Twenty-ninth streets and Fourth and Sixth avenues. Rent must be low, as the l>e?t care will be taken of bouse and furniture. Address with real name W., box 1,5U9 Post office, stating exact location and terms. FURNI8HED nOUSE WANTED IN THE COUNTRY-BY a small family of three persona, for six months or longer. Anyone having a small neatly furnished bouse, well located, wltliin twenty miles of New York, and on th<; New Have a Railroad, will please address with particulars, box 3,863 New York Post ofllce. Satisfactory relcrenoe will be given. Furnished house in Brooklyn wanted.?the , adverser wishes to take a furnished House, In nn eligible locat on In Brooklyn, where the rent would be takenlu board, jvltb the privilege of tailing a few arl . c1. boarders. To , any one wishing to reduce expenses tills Is a desirable op. portunlty. References exchanged. Address, stating location, terms, Ac., E. P., box 1,831 Pest office, N. Y. I Five or six unfurnished rooms, suitable < for housekeeping, wanted In a private family, in New 1 York, Brooklyn or Hoboken. References exchanged. Address^wi|h full particulars, Langborne, box 4,813 Post offioe, | WANTED-A THREE OR FOUR STORY HOUSE, with modern Improvements, in the neighborhood or Union square, f rom Third to Sixth avenues, for a good tenant. Rent paid quarterly. In advance, If preferred. Address K. W. U., box 174 Herald oittce. TIT ANTED?A FIRST CLASS LUNCH ROOM OR RE8TT taurani, down town, for a good farm, good buildings, fine fruit, pears, grape*, 4c., near New York. Address C., box 2,311 Post ofllce. No agent need answer. WANTED?BY AN OLD LADY AND HER SON, A PART of small house, between Twenty-sixth and Thirtyfourth streets and Fifth and Seventh avenues. The best of city reference given. Address box 2,289 PostrofHce. WANTED-PART OF A STORE ON BROADWAY, above Bleecker street, for the artificial flov er business. Address, with particulars, G., Herald oflioe. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?BY A SMALL, RESPECT. able family, a neat Cottage (seven or eight rooms), w ithin an hour's ride from city by rail. Address, slating particulars, A. B. M., box 7G7 Post office. TirANTED TIM. MAY-A SMALL HOUSE, OR SIX TT Room*, in good order, with conveniences tor house- ! keeping, furnished, ex?ept uible and other linen, crockery, glass, filver ware, pi&ua und bedding; in a first ?huts respectable lociitlon. Terms, muit I* reasonable. Best city r#fsrenees civen. Address for four days, statin* term's. location, and where Interview >-au be had, room H)6 (ilranl House. Wanted to hire?with a 1'rivi.ueue ok purrlikse, within SO or 00 miles of thin city. :i Rood Farm or 15 to K10 acres, or ? good stock of goods will be given in exchange. Address ^.M.. 143 WoueteretrerU "wranted to leape-a house on the south bide it of Long Inland, where every facility is afforded for good fishing, bathing. Ac., with n couple of acres attached: the house to contain from ten tn tweh-? room*, about 9) m ilea from Sam York. Address, stating location, terms, Ac , Union, box 4,609 Tost ofljoe, New Tork. xtranted to rent-part op a small, genteel TT House, or a suit of Rooms, not below Houston street or ?bmc Tlitrty-flfth street, for a reasonable rent. Addre** box 180 Herald ofltee. RESTAURANTS. THE POOLIBH PARAGRAPHS THAT \J hare appeared in -the Herald, SPKNt'ER eai>s the climax." 8o says a airrespondsnt, who signs lilinxelf "J. Christ." JfotK ithMandtng his nam -, lie Is ? too'., Mandvkh and ale six cents. Me. 3 Cortlandt street, northwest cot-cer of tin*(lway. BPENCEK. Restaurant.?the infernal machine that waa picked up by the achooner Jumes Htee'.o, off Newport News :ind Hcwall's Point, opposite Fort Monroe, can 1j8 seen free at "The Store,'" No. l? Leroy place, Blee<:kcr street, j OBSbteck west Of Broadway. JAMES K. AYLTFFE IIOISEH, ROOMS, TO LET7 Asurr of purnished rooms to let-in Twenty-first stri ct, near Broadway, suitable for house- | k'-eplng; would be let to a parly of gentlemen or a small fa- I mily without children. Beat reference required. Apply at Madison square Post office. A good house to let?at half price, in the Seventh ward; ami wanted, a good man to take rate of a spun or horses and a garden. Inquire at Hanford A Bfuwnlng'aclulliing bouse. 320 ljroadwav. for John Hazard. I 3 IIOIHF.M, ROU3H, AC., TO L?T.? \ KURNISHBD HOUSE?III TUI gUiHTKENTH ' J\ wiird, beuv.vn Klftb ami Sl*th avenuea, will be lei to a respectable prlTntwfanilhr, without mnall children; nootb?rs'- ?.- -^^H| ' M'l'lj .ViMitf.-, ? l! i i . , 1' l.m 11CI I1' ?l ' ClOTTACiR AND OMR At IKK OP GROUND-AT hh'.ttJ gcu l'ulut, to let, furnished or unfurnished; stocked with ?ll klinN nt fruit, Ac,; within 33 minutes of theelly hourly, Sy bout, m vii:i mlli-i. iiy plonk mail. Rent reasonable. ApftrtoHUJK A UOSKLIN, 1U Water stud. CHEAP HOUSE -A NICE TWO STORY ATTIC AND b'u<eui*nt ou Kllth avenue, opposite the IVnil lis anil ''killing Pond In Cental I'sirk, having ten room*, I* to li t for he low rent of $15 ucr month. Apply to Mr. CLARK. tSft iii/nbeih s'reet. With gooil security the whole bouse will be et for $12 90 per month. EiUMILY HOTEL TO LET.-TIIE KAMI I.Y IIOTKL IM 1 HiiKiklyn, E. D., known a* the Wall House, will l*> ented lnw to h good tenant. The house i* In good order, noriern built, with nil the convenience of g.is, water and iewi-r connections. It U brown (tone front, fimr stories In (eight, 7'.' l'eet front, by SO foel deep. The house Is furnished villi carpets, bedsteads, inattrssf s, bureau*, i.Unlr., parlor urniture, Ac. It la very pleasantly situated, within tbrie nlnutes' walk of acveml ferrln to both the lower and upper iai-1 of Ni'W York. Apply at 230 Krout street, New York, bewi-en 12 and 1 o'clock. FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET-AT FLUSHING, U I. A moderate nl*ed double House, In the vlltuuc oi Flu?liin<, between the steamboat laudiiiK ?:id the Uallroad depit, with nine rooows. Apply to JNO. W. LAWRENCE, No. 82 Wall atreet IpURNIBllED HOUSE TO RENT?74 UNION SQUARE, corner of Nineteenth atreet?cottage House. Inquire of L_L. BKITTON, Everett House. FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT-TILL MAY NEXT, or lor a longer term.?In consequence of the sudden departure of the owner from the city, a new first cl.ns brown stone House, situated In a inost desirable and f:ishi'tjnble neighborhood, and recently furulnhed lu the moat elegant?nd luxurious manner with rosewood furniture throughout, will be rented to a small iamily onlv. A trusty set of aer vnnin run go wun me nous*. Kent n?mlnitl. A note directed to K. W., box 717 Post ofllce, will reoeivc attenlluu. Furnished rooms.?if a small family wants a g'KHl Ii.rnlshed Room and Bedroom, with miking Hove and every convenience, at the very low rent uf $1 SO a week. Apply at 1S5 Elizabeth atreet, near Brooiue. House to let-and furniture for sale, in Irving place, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets; i newly and most elegantly furnished House, with all the modern improvements. Rent low ami furniture cheap. For |N?rUculara address box S.IWi Hotel to let.-the joiinson house, no. i? Cbauiliera street, opposite the Hudson River Railroad ?tation, and Furnlturo and Fixtures for sale. now doing n good business Apply to ACKEH, MEKKALL & CO., IS Chambers atreet. House to leare-tiie three story brick House, highstoop, 170 Lexington avenue; has been thoroughly repainted throughout; contains all the modern Improvement*. Apply on ibe premises from 10 to S o'clock, or of JOHN H. HUDSON, with Walter Brown, 00 l'ine st. Neatly furnished cottage to let-at elizabeth, N. J.; 9 room*, U minutes, hourly trains, high arround, very healthv; three minutes from depot; la*ge g..rien. Inquire of WM. H. SOOFIELD, 89 William street, rear ofllee, from 10 to I P. M. PART OF A FI KKISI1ED HOUSE TO LET?IN A DEsirable situation, with ull the modern Improvement*. For further particulars apply at 37 West Twenty-lint street. TO LET?THE TUIRD FLOOR IN RBAR BUILDINO 29 Allen street, 30 feet wide and 60 feet Ion?, with a good from light. Inquire at 49 Bldridge street, in the ofttoe, rear. rLET.?A GOOD CHANCE FOR A BAKER TO COMmeuce business in the village of Quttenberg, N. J.?Two Houses, one three (lory, built expressly for a bakery; the other suitable for a dwelling; eiun have stables allocked, with a good well ol water. It will be a good chance to any euierpising man lo commence the baking buslnesa, as there Is no gtfld baker In the village. Apply to KOHLEB, at the iteJm brewery of Kohler A Ftnckc. Uuttenberg, N. J., or to Hquire Dwyers, near the premises, opposite Seventieth itreet, North river, N. T. mo LET.-THE THREE STORY BRICK DWELLINO, X No.224 West Fifteenth strcef, In complete order; baa all the modern improvements. Carpets and Oilcloths can be bought if desired. Apply to M. SOLOMONS, MB West Fifteenth itreet. r> LET-TWO OR THREE EXCELLENT ROOMS, above the siore 8M Broadway, and Ike Basement, will be let for buslnesa pnrpoaes, if required, as it Is a lip top location for such. Inquire on the premises. r LET?TUB FIRST*FLOOR AND BACK BASEMENT and Cellar and three Rooms in the attic of house No. 71 Charlton street; also the Second Foor of house 19 King street, cpnsiating.uf six Rooms; and four Rooms on the third floor or ? King street, with gas and water. Inquire at S3 King at. TO LET?A HANDSOME MEDIUM SIZED HOUSE, elegantly situated on Fifth aveuua, Harlem; bouse haa modern Improvements, pi* fixtures, choice fruit trees, Ac.; also a garden iu the rear, ifbout three-quarters of au acre; partly furnished If desired. Apply on the premises, In Fifth avenue, between 13<>tli and 131st streets, or at #05 Broadway, to THOMAS II. GAYNOR. Rent low to'a good tenant. r LET-TWO OF THE PRETTIEST THREE fa TORY Houses In the city; large court\ ards in front, all modern Improvements, $20(1 until Kay; will leaae. Inquire at U9 East Thirty-third street, near Second ave., or of J. R SHAW, 82 Nassau street, from 1 lo 3 o'clock. TO LET-THREE SPLENDID 9U1TS OF APARTMENTS * each has waall room, kitehun, three bedrooms, parlor aad dining mom, ras una Ctoton water. Inquire corner nf Pound aa-enue and Forty-lirst street, Murray lllll. or of J. E. SHAW. 82 Nassau street. Kent $100, $120 and 9136 tmtil May. TO LET-ONE POUR STORY FJB8T CLASS PROW If atone House, frescoed In guld; $550 till May; will lease. Also one for MM); one of the bust localities In the city. Inquire at 26 Went forty-sixth street, between Fifth anil Sixth avenues, or of J. E. 811AW, ttf Nassau street, from 1 toS o'clock. TO LET?A VERY HANDSOME SMALL POUR STORY brown atom- House, situated No. 2SX West Thirty-second street, recently put in complete order; contains all tnc extra modern Improvements, neighborhood unexceptionable: rent low. Apply to ROBERT I'SIIER, Jr., 15S West Tbirtyfourth iirwl. ^ TO LET?THE 1.ARUE THREE STORY AND FINISH ed lUtlc brick ITotU'. 3j White street, formerly known an Hotel Federal. To a -ood responsible partv it will be lei low. Inquire rf E. II. LVilLOW A CO., No. 3 Vino street. TO LET?A LARGE FOVR STORY STONE FRONT House, sit owed nn town, near Fifth avenue; the owner would have no objection to receive the rent In board. Apply at 14 Ettst Twenty-eighth street, for Information. r LET?THE THREE STORY AND BASEMENT House, 92 Tnlrty-secotid street, between Lexington and Third avenues, soluble lor a small genteel family; haaC'ro iwu, ?,< ?< iviu hjw tonpouu icnani. j nnuirc on tnc premises, from In till 4 o'clock, or of R. RUH8ELL, 127 W?at Twenty-fifth street. TO LET?THE TWO FIRST CLASS niGH STOOP Dwelling Houses 120 and 123 West Twelfth street, throe morns deep, containing new mantel and p!cr glasses, chandelier* and gas fixture?, both being In perfect order. Apply at 73 West Thirteenth afreet. TO LET-AT NO. 43 NOKFtVLK STREET, SEVENTYfive feet 1 rom Grand street, a large Store and Basement, with counter collar?a first rate stand for meat, vegetables ami provisions of all kinds; twenty-Right families on the premise!. Good for any business. Possession given Immedlately. Ap;wy at 436 U rand s?. JOHN CONUER, rLET?A THREE STORY AND BASEMENT KKICK house, 160 West Twenty-sixth street, near Eighth avenue, Willi all the modern Improvements, in complete order. Inquire at 160 West Twenty-sixth street, or of E. 8. YOUNO, 25 Na.-futi street. TOTET?A FURNISHED KOOM AND A FURNISHED Bedroom, in Ibe respectable private house, 88 Elizabeth street, near Grand. TO LET?ON BROADWAY AND TWELFTH STREET, for .ores, societies, restaurants, Ac., Store HI7 BroadBay, Secunil Story comer. Basement corner, large anil small front Room'1, small stores 48 Twelfth street. JOHN S. KELSO, ?2 William street. TO LET?A GENTLEMAX WISHES TO LET PART OF his House, up town, near Broadway, containing all the modern Improvements, to a small pleasant family, to reiuec expense*, and will divide It to suit. Beut S2U0 to &&J0. Address F. 8., box 144 Herald ollloe. TT I.ET-A LARGE LOFT. 72 BY 87 FEET, WITH eUlit v; ludows front and seven rear, io second story of Nos. and 898 Broadway, at moderate term*. Inquire . up stalnnm the premises. mo 1.ET-A STORE, BACK ROOM, BEDROOM, BAKE JL ment, 345 Bleeeker street: good for any business; shelving and gas fixtures included, rent $240. Also two nieo Aiian.urnts, from four to ?tx rooms. Apply to T. CUDBIRTH, as abovp, 345 Bleeeker atreet. TO LET?THE THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK House No. 19 Ninth street, between Fiftn aud Sixth a Tellies; house In excellent cpniiliiooj.reut MOO a year Apply fi TOWKSESD SCUDDE 66 Wkll strf?C lV* TO LET-A SUIT OF ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING, consisting of a front parlor, basement and one or two haaibers, handsomely furnished: also a larva Bedroom, with :,oacU. to a single gentleman, with partial Board if required, rhe bouse has all the modern improvements. Terms reasiitkkble. Apply at 215 Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street. rO LET-THE FIRST FLOOR AND BAPEMENT, WITH n Bedroom trp stairs If required, suitable for s small fanlly or physician; bath, gas, hot and cold water; rent modeate. Apply to J. HOPKINS, 'MS Fourth avenue, near Twen;--s?v5oaa street. r LET-THE HOUSE NO. T7 GREENWICH AYENUE, laMykeptassu English ale house; well adapted lor inv slinlUi- business-. can be altered to suit a private family. rO LET?A BARE CHAXCE-THE SECOND FLOOR In the first class brown alone house 3S6 East Thirtieth >tn>?t, with superb closets, bath room, wash bowls, Ac. Rent >29 per month. Inquire ou the premises. r) LET TO A SMALL FAMILY?THE UPPER PART of house |<U East Twenty.first Direct, consisting of five Romn#. Apply on the premises. r) LET, TO A SMALL FAMILY?THE UPPBR PART of house No. 100 East Twenty-eighth street, between " rhlrd and Lexlugton avenues, until May 1, with all the modern improvements, In perfect order: MrtfVborhood good and ent low. Possession immediately. Good references refined. Fur partWlar* apply to FftANELIN WARD, No. 58 Second avenue. AWJ litl AT KE,UUUKU Kfc.*Tl??TUKfcJS StUKV rflOll Implement atnne front. Nil Improvements, on Forty wvmth atreet, bctwaen Plflh and Klxtb avefiiHH; three Hory, lurnlaUcd, hi Thirty third tirrrt; rent taken In Bi anl; ipixT |?rt of firr. claaa hotuw, all cnuveblhice*; Storm rt'V.n, 4c. S75 Ninth awnt?e. J. E. HATCH, Auctioneer. FLET, FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?THE DE8IRabl? lour atrry lirovvn atone IIoihwk No. fly East Twt-nly ithili atreet, near Fourth avenue and No. Zfil West Thirtyronrili nwt. Tvrmt ?*ry eaay. Apply to JOHN 8. KELSO, 3S WU un atKM. " rLET OR FOR BALE-AX OLD ESTABLISHED Botcher's Shop, In a teapertalili' l'x-atfin, with Ftiturea, Homo mul Can, Ac. Apply t > JAMES LKXlLfcV, ij Fouath. avenue, oimor Eljtrth street. TO RENT?HOTSE NO. 7 Hl'BERT STREET, NEAR Hi. John'* Park, v. rv low and poweafcm IujiokI lately. Apply to ORO. O. SICKCKH, 79 Naaaan street. 'HO RENT LOW TO A ?OOD TENANT-TIIE FOUR i stntv tiro'^n stone House No. 64 East Thirty -eighth rtreet; all tli? modern Improvement*. Apply at No. M, next loor, or to T. A L. ROSS A CO., jH 1'earl atreet. The desirable three story house no. 6 wash Inaton place. Williamsburg, will be let low loan uiteaeepil<.nnl)V tenant. For nartliMilnr* Inquire of the owner, at No, 1.1 Washington t>i!K?, South blxih street, mm Vblk. yi f

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