Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 4, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 4, 1861 Page 3
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v nOCSKS, ROOM*, dtr., TO LET. A SECOND FLOOR TO LRT-101 WEST ELEVENTH ?f\ ?treet, in a rtrntcU** hon-e, to amall (tmltf only, eon ?luting of tlx Room*. bathroom tnc ulrd, with hack Bane ?tent; nil iinprovemruls; can be seen at any lime; po*>ies ?Ion Dot. I. In^ulrr of B. L. * B. ?. Bt'KNIl AM, 611 Hud ?>n stNrt, N. Y. 4 T NEW RRtnilTCS KATE* ISLAND, ENGLISH iV. Villa Residence, 12 Boot**, HUttoe*. Couch and Fowl H iu?'S. Kiluheu mil lUiwcrtiardeii, line L two, 4c. Sltua Bon ana upw bm i-uaused. Kent very 1<iw. FKADLKY, WARNER A DAY, <0Union Pr.n.ire. A WELL FURSrRHED HOIVB TO LET?TO A PRI fttr family, or would let part 'f li to ? family i>ith?ui ?hiidren. HNWll well l'iirnit,n> d ?nd hamuli nwdrrn lei yrovemeuts. Apply at Its l'llnce street. AFURNI8TTED HOOM AND TWO BEDROOMS TO let, suitable for hounekeepiug; a good opportunity lot those tired of boarding; house flrxt cla?? ; terms only $4 pei week, Ineliullti'.' cue .Hid water in the rooms, Apply "tW West Twenly-llfth slit-el A WELL furnished nOUSE TO LET-TO A PRI tati- family. The hmine juxc fweit pslntwi ami ?leaned throughout, and ha* all eouvi nleuees. Apply at 37 Mlntli street, between Fifth and Blxtli avenues, from 9 to 1 dally. AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET-OS Murray 11111, nour Fifth avenue, four stories, brown ?tune, high stoop; also otheia iu ruuM desirable locution*; rent low to good tenants. Apply to ffH. II. OlLIClt, No. 62 Boat Fourteenth street. A VERY DESIRABLB LABOR FIRST CLASS FIVE _fv aiorv brown stone Eng1l?h buaemcnt, In (iramerey park, Tweiity-hirit street. furnished throughout, to let very low, lor boarding of high respectability. BRA DLKY. W a KNEE A DAT, 14 Union sqaarr. AT YONKER8?TO LET LOW, UNTIL MAY 1, A Mo dern Umike, eWaaUy furnished, with one acre of ground, euihelliahed wfih nlmde IrtMl A private Residence, with Hut class surroundings, located ?m Broadway. Apply to 8. HI NO EE, No. 8 Pine street. A THREE STORY BROWN STONE BOUSE TO LET A In Eighty-i'ourth street, for 1175, to Hay 1; hall of a fur nuhed House. for 1280; a furnished House In Twenty-tilth ?treet, for $450; one in YVe*t Twenlyae< 0<fl street, for $750; ?lie Iri Nluet enth struct, for$835; and ono In Eighteenth at,t for $875. Several first class furnished House* at moderate rents, and several new four story brown atone Houses at Bomlual rates to Ma* 1, with privilege of a lease. Apply to B. Dl.NGKE, No. ? Flue street. Eighth avenue.?stoke and house, no. m* Eighth avenue, between Thirty-ninth and Kuril th streets, to let. Inquire at 21 Bank street. H. EVESSON. FUKNMHED HOUSB TO LET, IN ORANGE, N. J.?A handsome G ithlc Cottage, in LleWrtlen park; gas and mountain spring water, till 1st of Mhv, with privilege of les^e; rent tew this winter, Apply tu if. B. BLACKVkLL. .10 WUlium uirrel, N. Y., nr lo Momsis. VOOllHlEs A WIl.1), No. 2 Court street, Brooklyn. InURMiiHEO Al'AHTMKNTH TO LET.-A SUIT OF ? elegantly furnished Bourns in the English basement house I.Jtj Broadway, between Thirty-first and Thlrty-se ?ond streets; terms v-ry moderate. References exchanged. Inquire on the premikM, I'URNISHEl) HOUSBJTO LET?PABT OF THE RENT taken iu Board. A lininurge Dwelling and Grounds on the nelson, a few momenta walk from Fort Washington depot, would l>e rented from now until May next at a Tow figure. Would have no objections to a few first class boarders. Ap ply to JOHN McCLABE, 1.M1 Btoadway. Furnished uoube-sm west twenty-second street to let.?It may be seen from 9 to 12 in the morning and troin 1 to 5 In the afternoon, where term* will be given ?r at my residenoe. R. NICHOLLS, 91 West Thirteenth *t. Furnished rooms to let.?a"suit of large, aliy Rooms, well furnished aad connected, to let, with out board; also, an Office, suitable for* physician. Terms few. Apply at SO Bond atrcet. NO HUMBUG.?WHO -WISHES TO BUT OB HIBE ve.y cheap, furnished or unfurnished Houses! inquire Sf J. U. hernandez, 122 East Thirteenth street. Rents ciieap.-to let. a basement on the northwest corner of Fourth avenue and Twenty-ninth Street: size S3x89 feet; rent $SOO per year. Also a Store, 206 West Forty-eighth street, suitable fora butcher; rent 99; and the Third Floor of No. 302 West Nineteenth street: music teacher, with a small family, preferred. Rent will be taken to lessons. Also a Stable for two horses, In the rear of the above. Inquire of C. SCHUMANN, JwTwest Nineteenth at. TO LET.?A GOOD CHANCE FOB A BAEER TO COM mence bualness In the village of Guttenberg. N. J.?Two Houses, one a three story, built expresaly for a bakery: the Mher suitable for a dwelling; each have stables attached, with a good well of water. It will be a good chance to auy enterprising man to commence the baking business, as there fe no good baker in the village. Apply to KOHLBB, it the ?team brewery of Kohler A Flncke, Guttenberg, N. J., or to Squire Dwvers, near the premises, opposite Seventieth street, North river, N. T. TO LET-THE THREE BTORY AND BASEMENT House 92 Thlrty-seoond street, between Islington and Third avenue*, suitable for a genteel family; has Croton, gas, fee.: rent low. lnuuir? on the premises, from 10 till 4. or of a RUSSELL, IRWmi Twenty-fifth street. rLET?TWOJOR THREE WELL FURNISHED ROOMS, on second lloor, suitable for hoinekeeptnj, In Twenty, ?rst street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues; privilege In kitchen If desired. For address apply at Madison square Post ofllee. mo LET?THE COTTAOE CORNER OF EIGHTH AVE X nueand Kilty-first street, with four Lots enclosed; will be let luw. Apply to Mr. MOTT, foot of West Fifty-fourth at HIO LET?PART OF A GENTEEL HOUSE, TO A X small family of grown persons, or furnished, with Board. Apply at 154 West Forty-third street, between liruadwsy and Eighth avenue. Unexceptionable references required. r LET?AT NO. 10 WEST ELEVENTH STREET, FOUR doors west of Broadway, three Rooms, on the sccoud ?oor, furnished or unfurnished, with all the modem improve ments; ulso, a Basement, suitable for a physl-iau. r LET-THE WHOLE OF DWELLING PART OF house No. 15 West Twenty-seventh street, containing 11 rooms; gas and wuUir through the house. Rent $350 a year. PeHses.l.m Immediately. Apply to J. W. COLLINS, 1,161 Broadwsy, near T.venty-seveuth street. rLtT-866 BROAPWAY, TWO DOORS ABOVE Union square, Rooms furnished, or for business pur poses. A lirst rate location. TO LET?IN WILLIAMSBURG, A WELL FURNISHED boci l'arlcr, with ga.?, on the lirst floor of a pleasant .house located convenient to the ferries, to one or two gem le men, with breakfast If preferred. Terms moderate. Apply at 74 Soulh Third street. TO LET?IN SEVENTY-SECOND STREET, BETWEEN Eighth and Ninth avenues, a pleasant l'laee, large House, Ac., near the most improved parts of Central Park. Ei?hth avenue enrs and Broadway stage* near. Inquire of J. F. CHAM UEULA1N, 013 Eighth avenue. Rent low. TO LET?Tn E FOUR BTORY BROWN STONE HOUSE, 2;a West Thirty-second street; contains all the modern Improvements; rent $700. Also parts of several Houses in Thirteenth street. Apply to ROBERT USHER, Jr., No. U2 West Thirty-fourth street. TO LET-SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE FLOORS ON Ninth avenue, near Chelsea square, containing live and ?lx rooms each, furnished with Croton water and gas fix tures; separate water closets, gas meters, Ac., to each lloor, affording a genteel residence for small and respectable fami lies at moderate rents. Apply to D. A. CUSHMAN, No. US Ninth avenue, between Twentieth and Twenty-first streets. TO IET?WELL FURNISHED ROOMS, IN BROWN stone House No. S3 Bowery, singly and in suits, to ao> souunoJate families; also similar Rooms at 61i){ Broadway, ?ear Houston street. Inquire on the premises. Price in accordance with the times. TO LET?FOUR ROOMS, IN A FIRST CLASS BROWN stone House, rent $12; do. live Rooms, rent $10; also a Store on Seound avenue, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first Streets; also a three storV and lasemeut House, worth $700. lor $.'*?. Apply at ISO East Thlrty-aooond street, to WM. KKTT KETCH. r LET-NO. 19 WASHINGTON PLACE. SECOND block from Broadway. House In good repair*, inquire ^ West Twenty -second street, lrom 8 to 10 A M. and Crom i U }' i\ if. " " ' ' v 'no LE (WTHE WHOLE OR PART OF THE TWO 8TO JL ry, baftemeut an J attic House 12.) Amity street, wltn large Sar*; le :t 8375. Apply to GEORGE DUROUOHE, 136 hffc"ne street. TO LET?WITH FURNITURE, NO. 104 EAST TWENTY' first street, Gramercy Park. Price low to a good tenant. Apply at 62 William street, oflice No. 1. TU O LET?AT CARMANSVILLE, FURNISHED OS UH furnished, two story atilc and basement House. Gas and wotnr throughout. garden. Forty.flvo minutes fr. m Chambers str^, &nd hve minutes from depot. Apply to W. H. j.. rrATfilt, 57 Maiden Una. T~~0 LET?FURNISHED, OR FURNITURE FOR SALE, the new and very pretty three story Roxtmry Cottage House, 123 Alnslie street Brooklyn, L. 1)., containing eight rooms, with water and bath, gns snd fixtures, Ac,, with a fcandsouio garden. The prernl. es a e very desirable to a New York business |'nan, combining oliy and courtrj quiet ana dI auint living at a mortt rate prioe, and of ready access to the city u! \V lU auihburg ferries and Grand street care. Inquire *>n the premises, or of TI1EO. GRAY, 12?S Maiden lane. TO LET?A GOOD PRIVATE STABLE, WITH COMMO ? dlouseoach house attached, snd roaehmRn s room; rent low until 1st May next. Apply at 35 West Tv, entieth street. TO LET?THE LARGE FIRST CLASS HOUSE NO. 47 Went Twenty-nlnth street, near Broadway, containing!*) rooms, 11 marble basin*, bath, Sc.; everything Is In complete oi\i- r, h iving been built for Uie owner's use, no objeetloit to a first class boarding house. Apply to the ow: er, on the pre mises. r LET-THE ELEGANT FOUR STORY BROWN stone House No. 22J West Thirty-fourth street; street 100 (oat wide. The lowest rent In the city for the style, acentft modations, ie. JOHN 8. KELSO, C2 William street. TO LET?THE STORE ON THE SOUTHWEST COR ner or Sixth avenue and Twenty-third street, with Fixtures, suitable lor a cro. ery store, which will be sold at a sacrifice. Inquire of JOHN WOLFE, 871 Sixth avenue. TO LET ON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS?A BROWN STONE fiont House, with all the modern Improvements, pat ly futnlf'i; d. Kent taken in boatd, and the privilege of U.Uug a few other boarders. Address A. P., Brooklyn Post oHlce. TO LET FURNISHED?THE FIRST CLASS HOUSE, 32 East Fourteenth slreet; Immediate possession given. Apply at the house, or at 62 East Fourteenth street. TO LET OR LEASE?TnE OI.D ESTABLISHED GRO ee.ry and Liquor Store southwest corner of Prince and Marlon streets. For particular* Inquire on the promises, from 10 to 4 o'clock. TO LEASE?SIX LOTS SOUTHWEST CORNER OF Tenth avenue and Fourteenth street, with brick nfflc# and stable. suitable for the lumber or coal business. Arply to R. II. LUDLOW, No. 3 PUe street, or J. 0. WHITE, 13 West Twenty-llrst strcot. TO LEASE?A FEW ACRRS OF MEADOW LAND, with Water right, at Weahawken, New Jersey. Said tract Is suitable for manufacturing ptlrposea, and would l>e I(viseii for it term of years at a nominal rent. Address V.. bo* 197 Herald office. TO LET, AND FIXTrrtES FOR SALE?THE WT.Llj know .i plice of resort fur the down town business men, nor neust . rner Basemmt of llmsrlway and ,d street, with ever; article of fixtures and utensils sei.era' v used *?r a first class bar. The fixtures cost S>2,501)', will be sold very ehe ip to a responsible man, or the whole wilt !.?* leased to Hay, lStlS. Inquire on the premises, from 2 to 3o'clock P. ? , or or .1 > iiIN KAVaNAC.1i, northeast comer Forij-Ulth ?ti?et and Sixth avenue. n o BOARDING HOUSE KEEPERS.?A FIRST CLASS A ft. ar :lnff IIo i=e to!e', and the Furniture for ! :>le. The hi u?" isitii' ;li rou,uo ut ?t,d la filled wfth good pa-. l" ,.i . r a- i v- ?. u.i.. .,.v aadoue.w-y terms. j>. l'i?<s to; particulars R. B., fetation A. HOV8KS, ROOM 4, JfcC., TO tET. fPO CI.t'BK.? \ COjrVUNTtNT clxu ROOM TO LET, X including Billiard, WhiM, CI ess, Suioktng, Ri u !ln3 and Bath Bourn*. Apply to GEO RUE COOK, auctioneer, HI Urns,limy Q W\ PER MONTH.?TWO COTTAGE HOUSES, ONE A ?J).i \r corner, ?*ii?l*t room* eieh, suitable for one <>r iwro families, goutlt Brooklyn, (ronVrg rltr r?llru*<}. seven mln ute?' walk from * New York feny, Apply at 29 Columbia. atreet, Brooklyn. C5l ( ft TOR THE REMAINDER OPTIIE YBAR.-TIIE Jp l*xU Upper Part ?1 a Nest class hoti-e, consisting o' ?;x Room*,with owrv modern convenience for a small family, nt 11j kubi Thii'Jeib street, between l- xington a ml Tluru RPECIAL NOTICES. ALL PERSONS INPEHTEU TO THE ESTATE OF John lUriiMin, deceased. Isle of ib ? Ity oi Jirw York, hi ? wcr, are hereby notified tu pay ull ><n h amounts us may le* <Ju<' la bin eatatc to Jiihn lloyil o aj, at his office, Mo. 1 j6 Sullivan street, Nov York. OliOl'.UL HARRISON, Eicculor. N?w Vork, OetoherS, l?6l. ONVENTION OK HUSH SOCIETIES. Delegate* representing tl.K various Irish dvie ?oelotlp c are requested to attend a mei'lagat Hibernian I'a'l, No 4S Prince sireel, on Pi'<day eveulux, at S \> ekx k. on busiue?a of impnr!au<-e. JAMES HANUFOBD, President. John A. Kknkv. Secretary. Free library?the attention op apprkn. tlce* Ik tmitrd to tho Ai prri.ui.iV Library, No 47i Broadway. This Institution is well supplied witn uewtpiu rer?, reviews, magazines, pictorials, and with coi.viTlent tatili ? and seals lor readers. A cousl durable number of new work* have al?n been recently purehns-il. It la required to be o|n n froui 1 to 9 o'clock P. M., hut la generally ojien in the lorenoon also. Tkr*? ?All personsemployed an apprentices by mechanics in ii mli'Miifii, Ki.,1 all female* emp' y?4 by 1'iem in their business, <,n presenting a pr >p -r cerittnaH- uia> bin the pri vilege* of the library without eli n ,<r. Journeymen mechanics or tradesmen, teacher* or pupil* In aeboola or academies, young men in (lie oflliwa of lawyers, physicians, artists, Ac., on the prenenuitloo of a proper cer tincate and the payment of one dull" r a year. The admission or females to the privileges of thl* Institu tion, though nut a new feature, has nut before been publicly announced. They ?re now invited to avail tbenuvlve* of the opportunity thus oil nod u*efully and plenauuily tu employ tbvir leibure. The Pree Draerln: Chtf'i will n mm 'uco on Moniuy. 7th >nnt. Application* for admiiMou mo Lk' uiade at the ib< m*, No. SttCrusiiy street, oral the Library. The pons of ohanok ani? wulxya* oowtieh are Invited to meet at tu r./erett U> use thl* tP. iday^ evening, Oct iber 4, at 8 o'ck?'k, to ootnplete arrai:;; ineuUI for the iwi'ption oi the Ti'iith l^^ion au i preiieuiaiioii oi s Stand of Kegimenttkl Cojor*. Punctual a'.tenUance 1* ro queslad. TlkE iXOTIOK?THAT JfV NOTE FOK FiV:: THOl' N'tii'I d.>llars, order E. I> iteuby, il ited Sep'. .'>U I v.l f-l* ?noius. No. -J, bin been IVaudultuuiy obutlned a i i m ni. ,t stopped. ' c. E. rjHlE ES'BKOISEENS.?TH-E ANNl'AI. EL15CJJ.-N i I. three ti n !.?, . r, 1 ? Ilie places of Me . i0. 1'r. I. II. Smith, Tunis II. 1'iiry "ml Koaer* O. Thuraby, w:u? terra of oUl..* explii i>. .- .i: :.ike plaea on MonJa.i , Oct 7, from 3 to 4 o'clock, l". M., hi the ofllce, No. 0 Court l Brooklyn. By order oi the B' snl, JOHN BENNETT. Oeneral Agen*. P. B. Slryker, D. I>. W La ant, Henry Selhert, Inspector* of Blectlou. copartnkh8h1p NOTICES. AN authoress FAMILIAR WITH THE languages wishes !?> en (IT Into partnership with a geutiemau l'? ?easing eatltal III the editorship of a paper or periodical, iilb rary or political. llua habits of labor and of huuutiaa. kcte ?MM tlvi-n. Address Enterprise, Herald office An active touno man?with (iood testimoni hik of character, having (%0 In cash, irani of u desirable opportunity of usiuu his time and mou'y ad tanuige0u*ir ht present, with u prospect o; s?cuiing au Inte rnal In a l'unil rash business without rule, by addressing E. C. W., bo i fro llerald ollioe. PARTNER WANTED?WITH A FEW HUNDRED j.a doliai*, to take charge <if the peiiug counter of one of the best paying dmlnic and Drinking liaises, In a good loca tion, near the beat market tu the cliy. Apply at 170 Chatham ?treei. _ J. i'. TRAVER. N ASSOCIATE WANTFD-ak FINANCIER. WITH ? capital, iu au e*c inik'y i .crallveandgenieel exhi bition, requiring (lie attention i 1 i ut two person* and will Sv at least $401) weekly; profit. divided dally. Inquire at [ brnadvray, third floor, room S -. 4. NOTICE.WOHN J. BOYG having RETIRED FROM a. tl?e business, ami fro;i ilin firm of boyd <k hlnnken, the busln-ss will be continued by Edward hlnrkeii. jaiuc* k. Boyd and John J. boyd, Jr. BOYD * HINCKEN. ttmuuru ;0. A A NOTICE.?THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE ei. l?tl:ie under th? firm of frauibach & Parse!'*, Plumber*, No. is bin 111 avenue, la thin day dissolved by mutual oonacnt. All debls due to er by the above firm will be i*ld and col lected b? F. FrambaeU. w11.1.1 AM II. PARSE L. Naw Tout, Oct. I, 1881. FREDERICK framhach. Notice.?the copartnership heretofore existing under the name aud Ft}' e of I,, llerslilicld A Co., has been tliia ds.jc dissolved by mutual consent. The aub ?cr.oers, Lew is uenhfleld and Isldor Rosenthal. will alone attend to all ui altera connected with aald firm in liquidation and settlement. The partnership will bcronftcr be carried on by Lewis herahfleld and ialdor Rosenthal, under the firm name ol L. llcralilield <k Co. i.. heksufielD, 1silor rosenthal. New Turk, 0^ol>er I, 1861. A. iiershfimld. PARTNER WANTED?an ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN, with from $.vdu0 to $10,000 capital, in a highly respecta ble, remunerative busluesa, not attended witu ilak; will bear a tnorough lnrestigallon; beat of references glicn aud re quired. All communications with real name considered strictly confidential. addict M. a Co., box 100 llerald office. PARTNER WANTED?WITH $2,000, IN AN AUCTION house already ciubll ihed. The above la required to extend op ration... Address Auctioneer, Herald olttce, New York. THE GENTLEMAN FROM TWELFTH STREET WHO answered lliu diatill 'ry advertismeut Mid the gentle man from Fulton street (whose notes have been iuli-l.1.1) will please write agaiu. Address Distillery, llerald oOlflo. TO LAWYERS.-A vol NO LAWYER, WHO HAS A small buslni so, desires to engage with an older lawyer as limited partner, or managing clerk. Address box 137 Brook lyn Post olllce. TO CAPITALISTS.-the SUBSCRIBER, THE OWNER of a valuable Invention for domestic use, patented 1861, from the want of health and means, Is desirous of asso ciating himself wlllt a man of means with a view to manu facture and Introduce the article, which will command an ex tensive sale and pay liberal profits. Address box 169 Post office, eusum, l'a. t1tanted?a SMART MAN, AS PARTNER IN A LA ROE tv llcen* d liquor store, well fitted up and doing n good business. The proprietor Is going to the seat of w.'r in ,? few days (or w ill letltrs It stands, without a partner, to a good tenant). Apply for two days to the proprietor, CAPTAIN JAMES MCCAFFREY, ooruer of Front and Pearl streets, Brooklyn. n-nnn ?a partner wanted, in one of the 'pttuui best paying cash businesses la this city, well established and In great demand. A business man ran clear about $30 a week. Apply to T. GAFFNEY k CO., 170 Chatham street. -PARTNER WANTED-in A PLEASANT, IN v v ? door cash business, long established and mak ing money rapidly, and doing more business than one can attend to. Inquire at the general commission agency, 631 Broadway, room No. 4. <?7 ha WANTKD-TO INVEST IN A profitable ?p 4 uu aud well established business, fcr which a liberal interest and sufficient guarantee will be given. Address J. D. W., Herald office. oculists am) axr1btb. EYE, EAR AND LUNO INFIRMARY.?THE MOST hope leas cases of deafness, bliadness, consumption, bronchitis catarrh and chronic diseases speedily cured by Dr. GRAVES, specialist. Consultation frfe. 609 Broadway. A BONA FIDE ahtrvuj&r i'.-madamk w|v*on tells the object of vour visit, elvr* magic c))$rms and good luck for Ufa free or charge; tells all tiie events of life, a resent and future. Consultations ob business, ma rria*u? and courtaliipa, travelling, *e. Tlds is the most wonderful aa trolofiist or the age. Give her a call, you will not regret it. No. ih0 Allen street, near istautoa, over the haknry. Please pull the bell aud walk right up stairs. Charge, for ladies and gentlemen, 60 cents. 'W**' " ' Astonishing.?madame morrow, seventh daughter, lias a gift ol foresight, tolls how soon and often you will marry, an 1 all ynu wtkk to know, even your very tnoughts, ol' no pay; lucky charms frue; her equal la not to be found; her inagic mui^e is now in full operation. 134 Ludlow street, below Houston. Price 26 cents. oehllemen not admitted. Clairvoyance. ? mrs. seymour's medical rooms are removed to No. 101 West Fifteenth street, corner of s>ixth avenue, entraucc on Fifteenth street. cuu snltstions on slekness, bitslucmi, absent friends, Ac., and satisfaction gus ran teed or no pay. MMADAME RAY, SEVENTH AVENUE. NEAR TWEN ly-scventh street, (tirpilses all who visit licr. thi sick, troubled and unlucky should t"st her power*. She tells your very thoughts, i itky no.ubers, losses. Ladies, 23 ceuts; cent!, men. 50 conic. Mrs. muneoe applies galvanism fqr the cure of female eomplalnta. tiftjl"/"(in qnirlu *ko3 board aud medical iria'.iuci.l ai Mi Waits slfsei, next to va rlrk. ' ? * Mrs. secor, the gte.vt forcseer of future events, cau bo seen at itls sprhm street, haneintnt, m ar Maodnugai; she tells of losses; i,lre? lueky mi(riher?; causca speedy marriages. if yon wish the truth give licr a call. Mr. coi/'Hester, business, medical and test Medium, can lie consulted on any Atiairs ot Life, at ? his rooms, 371 Fourth street, near lafejctte place. XT B.-wiio has NOT HEARD OF THE CELEBRATED i.\ ? Mme. P8EW8TER, who ha* been consulted by tl.ou ?ands in thtoand other citiui with entire sitisfaction? She feels confident she has no equal. si.e tells the nam* of fu ture w:fc or husband, and tl. it of in.r visiter. It you wish truth give h< r a call, at lil Third avenue, above Twenty-first street. Lndie*, Woer.'s ' > si. Read this.?a piu'enologi stand astrolouist that r>en's the ivor'1 . r. ? kvi for any one who can equal mtsa wkl.i.1 n? i i'on, who is acknowledged to be the only in ly In tills eliy who truthfully give* inrortua'.lon concernlnu lo a >s luvs lits, jpurtieys, at>*cnt friends, love, courlshlp, ntarr. pe, h altli, we iltb, and who will r- aim drunken ani un.i liulul hus> and*. M *s w. is the js>r * hi in llils cily wlio lit -s t!i genuine Roman and At ah an t lismans for love, :? o.j i'iek a:id alt business aflalrs, aud are eii'inintee* for lif'i. pelmy ml lo consult this naturally ?lfied mid bouuitftil young a fy. Lucky numbers hivi n. fulily reupccutili' cliy rut>iu.iue* can be *een at her ."c1 - t dencr, 101 Sixth aveu ue. The greatest wonder in the world is tub yonnft and areomptlsheit madinie BYRON, iro-n i'a-i*. j who can bii cousnlied with the *ti iciest confidence on all offalr* of life, emhmeln* love, com^ihip, business and si. w tn **, resf res drunken mid unlailhtul husbands; has a is cn t 'o make you beloved by \ ' ir benrt'*Ideal, and brlnga to^etlirr those long separated. Ladle* 2Scenn, kenilemen 80 i cents. Residence No. 0<l Third avenue,*1 ovc Twelfth kircet n| WEFT fouptif ftkh'.T.-mkfl. If. BOEDER, 't wh?uiieknowlcc!?ed tn i ? tmlv Isdy In tlinel'y i who tmthrully five* Inform ion concerning uwtuita, juur i liey1-. absent iriends, love, ceiiftsh:p, tnarrla- -, i e?i|h, ' wtwllb, and i? l-ie i nly persnn who h.i ? ihe g-it'.l-.e Ronr n and Arabian tul'.ainaii* for love, tmod luek, and all bn*lnr*s | affairs, and are guarantee* fc r lil". _ i POWERY, NEAR druw .STHI: . ma!>AVE lh'l WIDUER. ci d?. uii i v"i * the niv*< ties of ftiturft?. lo'-e -iiimih ahs.e tft.ends, ?; pfesertbiml medicine* . i! (!ie*,,we*j tellglucly 1 ii u to bers, properly lost or slen n, Ac. VR.DIMO ANB MO!? . A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, llWJSd \ FIKST cla*s house, desire toUM.iv> a lady ami pmJeuiru or twi? gentlemen a aultot hamifc.omely furni-hed I'a U?r<* unit Bedrooms, with every convenience, iwar Fifth 4venueHottl; pumal Boaril tf rt>^ujred: let-ma moderate. References ex ? . Apply at 47 La^t Twenty-third men, Madison square. i OEtfTLVMAN AND HIS WIPE OR TWO SINGLE ^onltviucn, call obtain a plcasaut Kouni, Bedroom and Pantry, eith< rfiirnt?hed or uuiurnlahtd, with Board, at &J3 Broome street. Refar#ii*'H'ft exchanged. AT No 23 EAST FOl ilTKENTU tiTHKET, (ilOUS* formerly occupied by Mr*. Jinks), partus can had ?le~ sirable Kooms with llrst cia?s Board: modern improvements; private baths, A?;. A PRIVATE FAMILY KE?fUISO AT 5- WEST TWEN ty-tlilrd street, between Fifih and SUth avrntie*, will let two or three Parlors, with Bodrooais attached, with Board, to families or single gentlemen. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCFPYINO TIIE1A own house, in a aio.^t u? ?>a *blo la> ati >n, wl?h to rent to a party of two or three, who will pay ft remunerative pri?*e lor Board, a hands mey furnished suit of Rooms; cars and stages leave the orner Tor ever? part oi the city. Inquire at 72 West Thirty-second street. AH ANPSOM KLY KL'HMiSllKD ROOM, WITH BATH room atta> hed, ;o i* i to single atleraea, in a private French family, with or without partial Bouru. Apply at 2-4 Fourth ?tre<Washington sqtnuo AVERY RESPECTABLE PRIVATE KKKNOU FAMI ly isi leia pieasaut iroat fU.uia, with o.i without Bo.trd, to * tH Uiifuimi ol" respeetaUuty; ?Jpeo*sh prcieried. Avtaross W. H., Madison square PoutotUee. A PRIVATE FAMILY, WITHOUT CHILDREN, OCCU pying a new lour sa >ry ba>\t n tu. i&* Ho tin tit West For ty-fouun street, between Broadway and tfliih avenue, have pleasant Booms to I i, with Board, and will make. it a plea* fc,.i>t home. KeicrcCvs exchanged, AO'.t v*?s V?x l.Slv) i'ost otflce. A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE PlUYATT. OVJK.M AN FA un>), u ?uiofU oalUt'uw, occupying a .a>t clsss miuse, will let a choice: ot handsomely s'ur t w*n.)i /nil or initial Bo.?rd or i-iiv u t,di. i tu 'h wi?a Li4j la?h j*j?<iK4:u. Apply utiSii.i'H Bieev.ker .^tr? i. u.-miwuy, \ T TIIK LAlUift FIUKT CLAFS UOUI r 1101*812 NO. Xv 12i lik- t'ckvunici i, w<kit>: hiiti :>t'vr ii:<*Mi ??> av, i? ft re luiji tiiK damfunlly m rdltig if auu% wiy^EooBaa oisaur* p. M.*Uia size and ooiulort, ai < r aia^Se; tar cheapest place ia the city for the tjtyle anu quality v.t wl.atia od red. ? UKNTl.hMAN AXU Wll-fc W U It HOABW^EKMS OiUttt U? m?aiera^e. Addr ??>, ?. , i:i|f lot*u<>u, tera*fi, u?ti. K. O., ileralii oiiice. \ FliONT ANI> BACK IM( ? * . ,D BEDROOM ON ii Heeoiul Hour, fV-'ttti?ut <1, it< ????, - , iraa ly ??r together, w. h fuli??j* purtiui ii ?;?i; < ?in o i lMtuty small; iiH-'a tioti very p.? a.sat?;, i.? K.-M 'I*\?v i t, ne..r Br<?:nlwayt i COVPLE OF Sl'i'i'S AM? OH TWO 6JNOLE iV w;y lvir:.i aeo, t?? i ? ntleia n, W.tU . . *?. ;i,,. -j; ai-v), 4? ->.it i aritSiird Rooais*. hous?! ! !??( ? i.t- >, i i- ?, ???.??. n ? ..I.'. i'?;e . auk nest of M*< on !v ?' '?i> .? .??>. tr m ? Broadvsay aaoFiith f??iauo > ? . 17 V> e?i Tv. ? uth sii't et. A small i'iiJWii FAMI LY WOlTLI> LET A HAND* j\ ** aeiy t a ain' ' ? : ol E>>onis, a Paiioi and two Bed roams, a f)?ih roam . ; > .o^'. on the M*<-on i lioor, with Boari). The Iioum- ha - .l! m*- mo U ra improvements and is pteasantly s'ituaicd on Mu: tvy ililL luqtii' c^t 1^1 Lezln^ ton avenue, tlurd h- ... e above Tkirty-cl^hui ?truet. Kefe roticcs required. A TTENTION IS OA I LED TO THOSE LIVING IN HO J.iL tela and hoardiag house*.?Yuere ia an establishment o\r ned at 110 Maedoutal street, the rooms beln^ laid out in suits and funawhed with everytliiag necessary for housekeep ing, in order that a t am'!y nicy have a omphto home aad live at an iueonccivabiy low rate. There is a restaurant at tached. A A SUIT OF ROOM* ON THE SECOND AND THIRD floors to let, wiiii Hoard, to nllennn ar.a thtir wives, or *ln#l? tfentleiuen. Dinnn-at six o'clock. Re Urn noes ex cbaurf**U. Apply At 31 Sixth sim't, otic door from Second ?v. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY CAN ACCOMMODATE A lew married or singl*; tfenti^men, desiring ih?' comforts ol a qulft home for tbii wlnUM. Uou?s couuins nil the lirst cl?h.* modern improvement*, and is hoc* *?ibU: locarsaud stages. Apply nt W Hammond street, corner of WatcrW y place. References required. A SUIT OF VERY ELEGANTLY FURNISHED FRONT una hack Rooms to let, with good Bvstrd, in the very aesiirahlc house, IGOWeftt Klewnil) street, ne*r.clx'h avenue. Location and oooorn mod alios* uusui r ~ ?ud, Family private. Reference given and required. A LADY LIVING ALONE WOULD LET A HANDSOME lurnlshed Room U> a lady i\nd gentleman; hoard lor t!*? lady. Also for single gentlemen. Kt'MJ)9'>r)>oo<i plea iwint and location convenient. For partfci&ri apply at 90 West Twenty-*renth stre? t, mar (Sixth aveuue. A FRENCH FAMILY WILL LET A FEWFURNISHED Rooms, with limt class Board. Apply bt No. 10 West Thirteenth su-eel, near Filiii avenue. Prioe moderate. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIVE OB A FEW SINGLE gentlemen can obtain pleasant furnished Rooms, with or without Board, at No. 71 West Fourteenth street, firm brown .tone front home west of Sixth aveuue. A COUPLE OF SINGLE tiENTLEMEN OKA GENTLK man nnil hla wile can b" accommodated with Board in a private family. In ,ulre at 73 west Tweiuy-saoond street. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SUIT OF BOOMS ON second floor to let, with or without liu.ird, lor gentle man and wife or single gentleman. House baa model n tm prnri-maiu* and is desirably located. Ayply ut lit West Thirty-. l^htli street, nrur ilrondivay stage* and car*. A GENTLEMAN AND LADY OB TWO OB THREE tingle gentlem -n r un find a upasaut Room, with or without lull or pai tiul Board, at A2 Sixth aveuue, three doors from West Watbington place. AT 36 EAST TWENTIETH STREET, NEAR BROAD way?Board.?A few very c hoke aoound floor and I rout Rooms, single and m siiita; beat reference* otrcred; modern conveniences; location rery desirable; family small an 1 se lect; house first class. AYoUNtJ LADY WISHES BOAItD IN A PRIVATE fi.Mliy, between Fourth and Twentieth streets and Tniw! and Mxth aritiucs, where *h<* i-an operate on a sewing machine. Please address M. A. 0., No. lau East Twenty -fifth street, slating terms, whieh must be moderate. A FRONT l'ARLOR ON FIRST FLOOR, WITH OR without Bedroom, to rent to gentlemen.?Location desirable, being near the principal hotels und Broadway. Apply at 3JU Fourth street. A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT BOOM, WITH CLO set, to let. to single gentlemen or a gentleman and wile, ?uh or nlihou' Board, in a small private family. Term* moderate. House large, well furnished, lias bath, f,af, io., and kepi In the best order. Apply at 130 Fifth street (old No. Ub, near Second aveuue. A SECOND STOBY FBONT BOOM AND ALCOVE, furnished, with Board, for a gentleman and wile, 99 per week, small family, with additional Room If required, pro pi .rtiouateiy low. In a private fimily, at 131 East Thirty-fourth street. References exchanged. A HANDSOME SUIT OF BOOMS, ON SECOND FLOOR, furnished, t" let, with best of Boarding accommodations, to ? family of three or four persons, In a private dwelling, betw i ,ii liruadway and Fifth avenue, near Thirty-first street. Address box 4,198 Puat office. APHIVATE FAMILY, HAVING MORE BOOM THAN liiey lequlre, will let two Rooms on second door, with Board, to a gentleman and bis wife r a small geuteel fatui ty. Inquire at No. 1 London tqiface, West 28d it. T 1,135 AND 1,136 BROADWAY.?HANDSOMELY . furnished suits of Booms, all the moaerr> improve ments, with private tab)* Aim. aicgle Rooms, with Board, belwecu TwciUy-Qftk ami Nrtnty-elxth streets, near the Fifth Avenue Hotel. A PRIVATE FAMILY, AT 143 WEST HOt?8TON street, near Maodoutal, will let a frout Boom and Bed room on second Door, with b ithroom and closet adjoining, gas. Ac., to a gentleman and wife or one or two gentlemen, with partial Board. Alio two front Boons on third floor. Beat uf refereuoe given and required. t HANDgOHfi SUIT OF ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR A To J> t, with first cits* Board. Also two Booras on third flour. Dinner at Oo'doek. Family smaU. The t>est of refe ruuee given and r paired. Apply at 41 Eaat Tweu tie Us street, uear Broadway. FRONT PARLOR ON SECOND FLOOR, FURNISH ed, together with one or two Bedrooms. Also a hall Bedroom on third Boor, to rent, with Board, for the winter, in the lirst class house 30 West Twelfth stmt, near Filth ysawiL.ffjflfr.'tttfqy"-^ - ? AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES-,NEWLY FUR nlshed Rooms, from $1 to $2 SO per Wj'ek. Lodgings Horn tb to 37 e< ntsj> -r nijlit, at the FmnU'ort House, corner of Frankfort and Wlillnm streets. Open all night. A PRIVATE FAMILY, AT 7? MACDOUOAL STREET (dt. Clement's live, near Bl'-eokef street), v> lil l?t a good sl? d Boom, ou ;>eoo* t oor, to one or two genitemen, wlih parti.u Board. Als ' a Room >u uilrtl lioor. (, bath, Ac. References exchanged.

Avery desirable seir or i:ou.\i3, on first or seeoud tlo-,r, haritig ferr nwslern eonvenleu' e, to let, with or without Bulfd, at No. 5; \> i st Fifteenth street, between Fifth and Slxtn avennea. Rtferenecs exchanged. * T THE FIBST CI ASS DOI BLB HOUSE 199 AND ll/I A West/ Fourteenth street, two Suits ot Room?, hand somely furnishoil and m wly paiuti d; uIm. one Terms moderate. Relerences exehangedL * LARGE pECOMP aiQRY FBONT ROOM, WITH A B.iii l for a genlTemfin and wTf?", I* t\) a w ek, to a brnwii stone house whh ull moderti lir .i v omenta, li.i ;k R- orn, $7; third story frout KolUi, ?S, at l'.j East Tin: y l.fih street, A GENTLEMAN DEf IRES FOR HIS WIFE (WHO IS In deiloate healtu) and for himself, a h' me I i the fall and winter, In a respeetabto private family, wiio style of living is i(. uei ous and pleasant, where they would enjoy lue klndnera, comforts and conveniences of home; uo ol j ctiou to a short d) jtnee In the country; teimsnot touxced $10 pet week. The advertising party are pleasant homelike people, giving tae highest referenees. Address for three uuys How, Herald ortioo, giving full jiurtluilars. PLEASA^f" FRONT^O^UITABLE FOR TWO or three y.itmg men, who wish to room together, In a pr.vate family, with full or partial Board; a desirable l'.ca tioti; convenient to Broadway. No. 134 Spring street, Relo r'-aoes exrhang<d. SMALL I'RIVATE FAMILY, OCCUPVINO TIIEIB o?vn h ouse, would let a Parlor and two Bedrooms, hundtt ne ly furnished, with Board. Inquire at Ssi Lexiu^ toB avenue. Hefcrcnri s r?qulrd. ' A' GENTLKMAN W1*)IKS BOARD?IN~~A ITIVATB fauUly, or where tn-re are t ut ftw boardeia. A large | nnd small room, ad-iolulnn, (>n the second Soor, would be preferred, ami the iojullty must ba aliu-.e Eighth street anl ' I clavr Twenty-four, h street, und between BnAdway ami t.ixth avenue. Addiea,, wltu tuli par'.iculuw, box J,7W I'oat i ottid\ -t" A' PrFvuT. FAMIl/.' WTtLTj LET A HANDSOME SUIT oi itoou.s to geutleinen, with nertlal BciAiM if Oealred; also, n stifle K' m. Apfl.' 't 15 V uli street, near Fifth avonne. B?torenc<>s exchanged. A' r,iDY"6K icE.sf'Lt 'T.tBi LITY (A ISHES "SoABDIn agenteol pri\ t" Pi-nilr. or ? ih the family of a in i sp rttahlt* widow la i;., wheretnareare no ether Hoarder*. She will require nicely furuUlteU Kaonm. Adt.reM J. S. S., box 4,CM I'o?t oWc. A LADY WISH! l.-.W HI; AN O Nli ELY Ft UN I silKD Rooms In ii - able, un :-,rusl.e private ian.ilv/<-r with t'.in iam;i ot'a .. v l^v A liberal price w.l! be paid. Unquestionable re; rthe ? then. Audita*J. W.S., s a' on A Poet oflP i-. A j I DELIGHTFUL TtOMK Ft) STEH.?BOOMS ?. x\- lt< ? ui.s or; uu ? .st ohsis .u every res;>e?t. 1 2.1.1 f i t.i. ? t. et, wa hiugtott so .< ?. AT 2a E1.17.ABI i ll STREET, FOl'B door* FROM . It ceckn?Douhli unit *' .gut P j*ji. * to 1? ?. >.,'it I Hoard, to siagl i nUemeu oi .??; it'>-n. >t nd i ?IM 1 uss, <tb, Ac. Location connulent ,ocaiJ(.uC?tige?, B.vvumvo Aim vonaixo. r?OAI!!?-<?. DUiATK TCItMK, WIHI A I'MVATK J ui.Ub, lor a guntieunui nud atie, or tw>> Kindle gentle, me*. t. ? rentes exchanged. Ann!y at tuft Wtil Twenty 1">0AK1>?TWO PLEASANT BP1T OF ROOMS, ON .) b? mf tli/Or, W Ith UudlU, Ht U l.ioiV plat*), LOi'UCr of jNroad.VMy and Sixt 'eiita street. BOAUD.?SCPTS 07 ROOMS. WITH BOARD. CAN UE obtain, a iii tin* iirat cIjun house No. 57 Wcit Eighteenth street. Also small Rooms fur single gentlemen. Family Hrnuih BOA P.D.?LARGE AND SMALL ROOMS. WELL FUR I- tied. to let, with Board; houne modern, m ighbor l? o.. nh aMint. locution conYenlent t > cur* and stoeck. ,\p 1>I) tai Hi V\ cat Twcntv-biith street. RefemiKMss ?Keeangcd. BOARD.?TO LET, TOGETHER OK separate, TWO i?*comfortable Room#, with pantries, on tucr second ii?tor; also one iror.t Koom ua the ttiiri i'.?or; all Woll fur nished; u.ith ariettas. Apply at ?b Clinton yUie, near the Hruvoori House. DQA&D.-A bMAJ L PR1YATE FAMILY WOULD I El J> a toimtaotm ly furnished Suit of R<>oiuson the second iioor, Room ami l>i}..'i"wii on the third tio<<r, with or without Board. The house has nil the modem Improvements and pletit.'iMly minuted. Inquire at 127 Ninth street, four doors w?**t ut Broauway. BOARD - HK\ KB 1LYEET PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS* having gas, bath, hot and cold water, Ac.. (?n be had, with Board, at 1# Ka*t Sixteenth Htreet, near union square. Terms for two persons fcS t?> #11 per w? ek, ^ci.vrdin? to j o 'ins required. Dtuner atsix o'clock. References exchanged. Board.?a small and strictly priyatk fami Jy, ocenpj m* h Urst class brown stone house, pleasantly altuated, dealt* to let the entire second Floor, uni urn adieu, to one ??r two gentlemen and their wives. Tue house U new at. I neighborhood unexceptionable. Apply at 7d Weai Thirty eighth a 't, uiwe-., Broadway and sixth,a venue. BOAI 0 1 it \h PLEASANT AND WKLL FUR ut f iw'ouin, on thy aecond rtoor, with Board, at 83 Clinton place, near Filth avenue. Dinner at *lx o'clock. O 0 a RD- 74 FIFTH AVlNtTE.?ELEGANT SUITS OF J J iv"Oiua ou Iirat aud second llooia, also Roupus for single gv rUletut u. BOARD?AT 148 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET. WITH bandaomely tumUhed HotunB un the aeeutid flo'^r; alao one Room on third floor; hrwt clatta houa**, with French table. Dinner at G o'cI?k U. of reference given and n''jtttred. Board.?to i/.t, with board, to a uknti i man and wife or iw > *dngle gentlemen, a larce tr??.it ivoum, with ovi r> ?onv. uienee. Tcima inoderate, ilelorentea r*> quiiod. Apply at l"'<7 Mudlaon avenue. ? T>0AKD?A HANOSUMELY FURNISH KD FRONT 1> Ri?.- :t. o let ; a gnil?ir,in and la?i> ; B.^dtor lady only; aUo a aindll U"Ut K >oui to a lady, ai $. aud u week, wuh fire and Kan, :?i ^-0 SulUvan atrcet, near Au .v. T>0A1U?.?TWO GENTLEMEN AND TaEfR WIVEJ, .IJ or :>jn>*,le :;eiitli men, cuti obtain Bo.r<l in. pri- ti ? h?.n.->e, ail iii - mod in eouvuttianoeM. Inquire at M West Twelfth ?!:?? et, :,vi wvu Filth and Si:v'h aveauc.-. Dtum-r at 6. itctaren ee exc^anjiMl. Board, at m east hroadway-a h^ndmimk ly .urn. fa< ut klooin ou ?<-<< i.'t li'o<ir, ami H^druoffi If d i?In*u; ul>o, t?tie Room on tl.iidllotir end on? t> LV^tmu lourth Hour to .et to alutfie Heatlcmen or la dea. D.nuer at aix. BOARD AT l.?3 EAST BROADWAY.?A HANDSOMELY t'urni Mied iront Room and Bedroom, It' ^'viic.d, on a--* coud Uoor, bultable for a gentleman ami ids w lie or two jdnaie gentlemen; alao hall Betlrot>m ou third ilo- r, and o te lar^e Room ou fourth floor. Terms moderate. Dinner at tf. "nOARD AND THE FRENCH LANGVAGE.-APART J) nient?#nd B>'icr<l may l?e oht.ilnml at flie French eptaS linhmeiu rtl Frtjlcbi?oia Miel 4 Fezandie, id Union .iqiiart% With the privilege ??f conversation in Fn uch and five nt temumee at the elanae*, U?cturra, readings, 4c. Soiree* held in the houae. lie. ere nees rc<|uired. Efssisffis men, .1 U W El?fiy' 'I"r "'"" '?' :"!l" bouaebaaail the m., 1.,., . n,l,r Vlie ?lr?uU ,e luol"nl "upiovemeuu, aua U>. t ,u - * ?iwspsa. rs B"a:ssi lia ?????.??. Si'.ti'f'. L^'pru'1'" tuc*"Ut"' to'i*r' I "R?^!iD A SINOIiij OKNTFMAN- a un TJOARD WANTED?uy A OE.VTI.liM iv tv T ?.?, TlOAKI) W ANTKO-niH the use OV FLiiNITURF "ALyy&^SSSS' '?*?<",: twecn Fourtt-M-ntl! tin i TuvnifJi i .? * location, be* SFJrasrii&drsSSS jS3S^^pgs^a I B?^;K'S',to5S^?MK?twra oe TJOARDINO.?A PHILADELPHIA FAMILY HAvr I arassgjas?- .m; I "DROOK.LYN.?A PLEASANT SUIT OP I l'KXlsTiitn Sb zSXal?VJn:%i T)&ARb tN BROOKLYN, 189 AMITY flTI'FJ'T niT to?aian^i Ka~v^a*^%?a'"u^ DOAHD IK BROOKLTN.?THE SECOND Fl^nntf Twn adKKwS $*,Y%T ?venue,' Iteftrc,l0e' M? SEutelf TJOARD IN BROOKLYN?109 AMITY STREET BE U twc-n Courtmd Clinton.?A Retitleftian aii<lhiaw tvi U"i* ""I""1 ?unm; a Room for ft tin ?uUt UtjUoaaB. boune Is modern, and the terma 10 R??.5Xl.,if,8^L'rH ?*OOKLYN.-POr.'B ORFIVEttN. ? & ??ntl??fnefl nm b? aoeomipodate*! hi a hnt pUf? I10^ V* ??'he modern lm|r,vem<-nt?, ,.ud the "mfom and rHv(l?p? of? haoi>. Tboae wliiinij i? ,"y Board in south Brooklyn one or two J?u,'g 1* " ?'!i* r,u', *" *c'?m"iwlatfd nltli I'nrtlul ."LJ'lhutik omt a prlvato "'mny'? ?t^v BOKTiTt IN Wil.LrAMBBPRQ, FIVE MINt'TES- WALK pim ih? Itm-.?A umall fumily would tike two or three r..,rd.Kr. let a part ol (heir liou?? to a ,,,,,11 Vnuc' fin L? ?'a , i'"ufe' 'THisbed, )ia? nil Ukj n,oU-111 ro.v" nf n,-ca and pleamatly located. Apply at 12ft SouthVimh j,t70"l. BR?^,Kr'1fN-.iniEi,i"TS^pleasant rooms, with full or partial Board, nt 87 Cnmb?rry utrt rt, lx?tn-r-en "DROOKLVN UT.lnnTK?A LAROB, VERY PLEASANT jD Ro<>iulo l'.'t, to two jfenilriii. il, m js a ireak- xlao ti ici'Oii'l at^ iy P ntm, for h K"'itl"it'f 11 kiul wif m I sis??,'eTcU10^ W" M; T\ESIUAISLR FJ'RN'ISHED KOOMS^ Kt^OENTTF I ^r^!^^0,t'd- inayl'<: "ud bt 871 Vm>n* -S5. | USOLANp LONDON.-V1RST.CLASS AoToHMODA iudic^ Knd';n.Add'1" Mr"^rbc'- ?'??? ]?LM, tNTLY FURNISHED ROOM.FOR G8NTLS. V\ m' , 111111 ""'K1'' Kootna I r ?1'"0,';e ATenu? E'Klv ??? "? to i'JUUh :i"?MS ,TO LET-TO (iENTI.EUTV J? w!liOUtK...i or With Hrrakf.idt only. Atp'r at 311 tourib ?:r?rt, t > id |,; ^ ?Ckl Biojdwa/. FJ,'RSlillKp ROOMS TO SUIT THK THkTiMi s?. -N .;?? comfort ilil* Rooma ???! It. !rwma V"r ?r,V,Ti ^! 4,j.-ct*l,le Ininilii.s or sljiale Kenilomfii t'ri .11 $11%' o>r viA'i' Th y areptril.-tilartj- adapted to u.T- i" deoT . T. Bro?Mti?.,l<1'' Aprly 'U No" airwet^*rular FLHNTsnK > PARLOR TO IjKT TO A GFVT1 yvt iv Without IU.ii-.lj a,PO tw, Kooma j ?d or unftirinahed. Apl'ly ?t KM at,'.- ( ' ruill"'u' CI UAMEUOY PAltK, NO. 8<) ea'-'T Twiwrv on? T .trocl.-Tn let, .1 ?nlt of hsTi.t.^melv for,^ V /UST j o^ ??c..nd iluor, to .1 fn.i.Hv nt rv?i,r<iaNj, J^?|,h it?,' ?" '").]? if d'-ftwd, In th" above flrat <ln?s | oa'ed botwH.-n ljextn^on am Fonrtli urtnii. a. ""?"?'v 1 | AN'J^OJIRLY' J I K.V18HE1> ROOMS TO LKf?WITH i 1 l!o?H t t ryoft. ? |? a <?,n? ,,, , ! j I. jiii Ri - nth *tri'oi, near Fnth ovenn<*. Hon*. >st 1 oi l ? Ltf.-.isuviia dtcauufceO. Addrcaa H. R., boxl^id l'uit ItOARDHU AND LOD(<IVfl> H" oriii loduinoh -ei,r;\\,"c0Mi'0KT .e hin kl<j It sjius, from CI US in #1 SO a week, ui' Jit OCUU .t nlglil, at the t'nl'ii Hotel, No. ldfl Prln -o atreet, corner of Thompson. Meals at all hour*. Open all nl|bl, MRS. M. H. sru.NEK, NO. 23 WEST TWENTY-NINTH aireet, haa?n? lan<e and two amiillar Room*. aultaMa j fur geullemcu. not yat Ulspoacd of tw tha winter; all band* I aoiuely furnished. Her home baa beeu cuhugtd and lui I proved, and a laundry u.Uted. vro. jo east twenty fifth street.-to let, in Xs a tirst < Iuk" limine, hand*'me ly furnished Romna. on Oral and aeoond lliors, with or without Board. iUIeicucea required. NEAR BROADWAY AND UNION SQUARE.-FUR I.t*lji d H mini to let tn a prlvule luinlly (French); Board i mi be tool it desired. A (ldien* Meilluua. L'ul'm soiute Foat utllee. NO. S5 WEST W.VSIIINOSON 1>LAC*.-A TRENCH private family *111 let to gentlemen or fattillle* two h indi-i'iiioly fnnl'liM rartor*. witli three K.?mm ou ?e.oiid auiry, witb l ull or partial Hoard. Referent* required. | "IJKRSONH WHSHIStl BOARD CAN ME IM.R.VSAXTl.Y ! I accommodated at 107 EaalThlrtv-iilnlb atreei. M.dern ' convenience!, good neighborhood, house w?Ii furnished throughout. Term* reasonable. Reference* exrbaiiged. Feasant rooms-with board, at b waver. ley plus*. PRIVATE ROAKD IN BROOKI.YN.~A FEW UENTLE Mien in lainlli?s rati bit accommodated with pleasant Room i on lust und aecond Moors, front-furulahcd aud untiir nl?heit Rooms, to cult, with Board, at VII Slate street, near Hayl rlaa?ant lomltn Terms moderate. UililHS, WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. BY THE PAY or week, for sliiiils gentlemen or flenilemen and their wives; table first das*; lucatinu unsurpassed; at the Madison Aveniifl Hotel, corner of Twenty-eeventii atreet. T>OOMS TO LET-K1JRNIBHSD OR UNEURNIRnED. It with Huanl, In auita or single, ttf families or tingle gen llenien. The location la one of I lie most desirable Irt tho city. Inauire at M Washlugum square, weat aide. Referencca evtianged. UOOM8 TO LET?FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED. with Board, lor families or single gantleinen, at No. 23 W est sixteenth atreet, near fifth ?venue. rpo UENTI.1*"N EN.?ONE OH TWO NEWLY FURNISHED X Reoma io let with or without B?iud, In a mho 11 private fatmlv; gut. and bath in the house; lerui? moderate. Aptly at AS Islington avenue, olio door above Twenty-tlflh street. TWO HINOLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE AOOOMMO. dated wlih Board In a private family at UZ.8otUh Ninth aiieei, Wllllsmstiuiw House ha* all the tuodiririmprove ments. TWENTY THtRD STREET.?A SUIT OK ROOMH ON ihe si ,'oDii .Moor, so.I ihle i<tu .Tlliemau and wife, with Bnnrd; nl.'i a Itixiui suitable for a single gentleman, where tht? coin or? ni .i home oau be bad. Apply at UH Weal Twenty.third ttl?> t. 'PO I.UT-ONE Hit TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ? It.'..ins, l.i u rl. .1* pilvau faiiilly, suluble for two mm. ?eu::?,inea. Ilri aklast uu<l lea It rmpilied. Inqllii'eal 111 K.ifi Kigliieiiutli urei t, near Irving place, AriatY I'l.t.ASANT ROOMS. ON SECOND PUMlR, NAY V I." lui I, Willi lloanl, ai M Weat 8?v?uleeulh ulreet, be tween Kitih and rilxth livanues. lirAU I'KICES ?$10 PER WEElk FOR A ERETTY KI'R i T? iilslii-u irunt Room; alanine for ??. for u gentlellmll | and wile, w lili lull Bourd. A Rmun for a yntlemau for $ L Uouae liislelasa. No. 1IU Wei t Twonty-alxth atrrrt. "IIrANTED?BY A SIMILE GENTLEMAN, A FURN1SH I ? eil Uooio, wllh a pt ivale family, near Broadway above T'ni hi sipiar.. Adilrcas, ttaliug tciios, *??., box 3,17i Peat Offlf e. 1 V.ONKOK STREET, CORNf.R OF* CATHARINE .1 sirevt.?Firulahid R'HIII.S to lotto suull quiet families, it 1 li i.e-'li les for eecitioitil'si housekeeping. Including gus. t'. jii n water, Ac. Also, lodging Rooina for aiuglu^unilc loi u, m iiti or w Ultoiil lluawl. ?1 i)0 r^.J'n *TEt;K fOIJ A NIORLY FURNISHED $2 50 Tm^*3 A irpKJt,WK,EK/?n TWO OENTLE. ?0 n, lo'-Hbe?"\7rnnu-" rf"IU ?n<l b"''k **>? Mill iufoilo Xl.Ivl.r7L, V L 'hlM"U,li,'fr"nt ?'"1 >?>?'<? J'"::?-i. J "li n V,tCn ,|,e d^r * 1 ^ LC,'0, ?,treCt' t""r $8 ?T?KBT ~A ?ENTI.KMAN $,v. 01 bali: Wrd, or pi'tvaui table If prefinwl, to Vet. AJw wiVdUra! bl? Kiiiglo tetoini. Mount* (urn1*h? d witU all of the modern improvement.. References required" modern 9ft ^ MARK'S PLACE?FURNISHED ROOMS rn jet, to g* ntlciiH n only. Rooina ?t $] ?> u per week Huum h?a a line yard, c?a, Ac., and It v'ry qiTuiT MO SQUARE FOURTH AVENUE.?A SUIT OF I. ii ,, im lv f'trutahed Rooms to ict, with Board- also * li' 'U.s K. I;, f, t|ve? ?uu?v.,uu.-;i! OC I.AM' nU'.MTIl STREET, BETWEEN BiO'U). ? Wi*y ?nd University place.?Kiej'anlly furnished I 'lal'l M? "J,1',,rlva"' taWu I' 1-ref.^d, or fin U?* Al??,?u???^,'?y<'U? ?or private fami ? ?*'"* """l single Rooms. ll, ferenrcs exchanged. ^^RE.-LAROE HANDSOMELY FUR. i,. . i!' "' wi,'i B.mrd, for families, in 06 Union square,Wner of Sixteenth street and y,>urtt,,Annuo. 87 ^,MfS fT,tE?T-A GENTLEMAN AND WIKIJ OR ^Tnt R .Tri'.fc Im'i'H! V"''} 0',U"" l?mmi?ll0UP ami pi' u ,,J 1 1 Bomd, at v<w.??nablr r.?n*. L ,ration {.Ira 'tii "U"U uu,i ^.itifclnu avenue 87 VJKSJ TIllllTIIiTU (STREET.?TWO Oil THREE lliJt.'?ilri lfmi^'ln,i" Ri-ntlotn-n, u! the i? ;J ,u , <;?? b#a'oo?mn<*iatcd with or aiiifrla tw.. ,'V.- I'"0 "'.V uSt Nation*, situate I r,.. ??s e^ha^l* iUh TuUe **<>? MS V'n' T,V| 1 '""'li sTi:r;;r. m.Tu i.v;,ViTth \\r> 1, .. p ' l,Ve,i'T?:?to tot, with H. aril; splendid " ' ^-.' "ik fit' "n-lied oi t:nfuri)li>)ie.l. l?j?<?<?? n.le. ^1*1 IKN'llf STREET, HET.VEIiN KIiTil AND SIXTH wat R"'"n?, In wits ?ir i,??><!.? witli H'.anJ, ?., hi> obtaineU for ?entieiu,'ii umJ tbclr wi. ci oi h n^V Kei.tleincn, 'file houw coluIiik a'l LutV.o Improvoinrius. Ulnnar at Ux o'c|f-k. 6 u"tJcl" 4-f> WEST SIXTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN pTtth ^?5??^?sw:?j5S8!ua. 79 tenth strbet near fipTh avenue -hand. ?iiiTr m"nl y f"rnUh.^ Apartint-uw, m? ?uit? nod ulucli able r?rt?i!" ?f P' " " U Prefc, lo reajwt 80 bktween dnhtcbsity place I t.W' P'11!* ?' pnu?. To real, with Bauil a b? . m.-fii (tiluUTfor a ahyslel?ti'? oflloe or two gtatl. mtn; nl?> two n "r*at ?Ix""cI?k.gC"lit mtD" Rofore"ceB ^Jtcbanged. Din- ? 9^pn^,^^r8g??!K Si;1 K.Tnfi.'iTh a*,v -*??'? ??<. QQ GREENE STREET, ABOVE SPRING?ALSTON ^K|f??n?ly?iirni?hrd?ftlt?of ftoooin, with Kan. ( rotou water and ererycotireiilrnn, for hottMkeepios ^?7 | Far "ulted for small, rt-pecuiblc famillen. in9 lris.ce street, twelve doors WEST OF ?f"*' ?"'adway.?Pteam.nt Rtnima and food K,mr?l t or ?cn. tl. III.-H, or genilemon and tl?-ir wlvet; family En?ll<h; br at, fan (nun f to 9; Dinner at JUaud C; g?8 and bulb; teruia low rcforencea eiduuged. ' 105 -Wmst ?foV?'''kknth ot^et!?PERSONS , V.r Board and baodratno accnitinKKlnllouH will bnd Uir aainc by applying nt aboro. Tho hotinc U onr of th? nnest In tho etrt-ei: ooutalna all rri.,di'ni convcnlcuces. and la In every ipspfct a Omt rlnnn ri-tUdotiaB. ' 11 0 AN? \}2 BAST FOPRTEENTH STREET.?DKSI XAV rabte Room* In ?nlt?, for fiunlii,-*; a!*o iiingla Rooms I . tlrmea. References exuiiungecL 11Q ^AVEHLEV l'lAAt K.?HANDSOMELY FURNISH Sly P<\ U4HjtiiNv on ftpcond and third Honrs, for marr;? i ff('iiMeiT)At); Hi-o Hooms for single flwitletnen. Tf ririt* made !??:?. Bath jooii , .in ! ?1!?[ il^i v mm tnniddatlons lor i the co-.ilii^ : ?m iii to null liint i la** Ikhh.I. r IMO Ti?0*rr.R0,f STREET, ABOVE PRINCE-TlfE i,. riitt Floor, furnlvhcd or iinfiirniKbc l, ivlth kHrli-n ii re'iulrod, nnd overj-convotiigni*, at vrry low rent, to suit rPH|wrt?Mv persona; or will ho dlvuled to ault two tinanu If m WEST ELEVENTH KTREET.?TWO OR THREE fnrnlUied Roomn io tw, with or wbhout Board aiso ft fir,all Book and Music Sen' to r,nt 1 ,w; X StSril and * Ixtm es tor sale eh"ap; <38 Sixth ayemte. 1 8TBEBT?BT. CLAM it., m; Jikb. ? iih on furniilied Roonu ft itl. Bedrooms attached with nil the conveniences for b/.tou-kee+lnff rompiete Inl VaU,'t? ":tt0 -Vctabiu'famu!;'. 1 fiO ES3 fWRTEENTII S'fllEET.?BANDSOMBLY I uniished Rooms to let, to littnlliea or single gentle* 117A ?uLLKyKbb BTiu-iTrir:x ~blotks ~w e.?t o> X(U Bio I. Uuiy ?A II- w houso, with all th, n. ,.>rn Itn I "'?''?sail! Rooms, with -vo lient ???h. fr. m ?3 to $5. Breakfast limn (j)? V) B. Dinner at 12}, and C. 1Q9 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET-KURNISllLU mf 10C?n?l< tneti; also cuilro be cottd Floor, unfunilstied. ReJ.'ieii.-esi iiehatijfed. ? 901 WEST~?;bu*TBtlf?~SfBKET.-A LAROK , V? tVH*>n and Bedroom uttftclwd, nko two HaU Room*, with t?>r p? ntlemen and th :r rit iw" ?k i^Htlemeii. Breakfaul at aereu; dluaar at ?i*. Kefereiioea exebangod. 9(K? JJ'Ksr T'iVENI V-THIRO STBBET.?FURNISHED AlV/VJ R. ,.,u* to Int. with B' ai .1. for n K^-nilenian an,. iy, abn> lor -lo^le guutlcmcu. Dinner at 6 o'djcL. ltcto j IVBCI s I'lcuan^td. : OlikEL.H SfUEKT?JACfcSON HOUSE -THtTMoir ? iilv nomfortafaly and eonveii), tly lurrlshe l nparT:n<'iii? I In the city, to nwt tho want, of ?r sll fu.nillea: *l:h every i i|ii' Its furniture; clean linen, iX'iiiim rauiMj aind utenaiis. i ^ i j and C'r .ion water. OOQ WEST "FOURTEENTH STREET.-TO I.L"f, p'.phsnnt Rooms,?itb Boaril. l'ain,Ib'? and slntln ! gentlemen can be acoo.uuiodated. T??ran moderate. In ferences exelianRe 1. /? 4_Q* BROADW tY?PLANTER 5'"HOTEL."*"pARTIKg ; U xO lo'slog hir boiid can li ml eU^anUy fi^ruisbeil i Room--, siilift'.l> f ,r f imliies or sln.'V gentlemen; (? rtns re.i j foiuudu; guoil table; Ijcittlonc uvt. l>;ul fur huaituaa men; I dinner at six o'df'k. I'OUft'TUV MUABpf " / (OVNTRY BOARD?TBN MILES KRtlM NEW" YORK V P utb'S wl'hlii.; :u ' n >ge K ,yitb I rabl,:, ai ifXWH'tJiDgU lo\\ j it- ? ?*, lor ti ?* winter, in ouo of the most (Iwlttu ? ta tiio li ?iihfn i oio:Ti , wh k *H k ' ? '? '11 vi o may adUr-.M (;oa yliice, fw/uue ' MISCKLLAffEOVR. All fou ABorr half pbice. While French china Tea Seta, 44 ideoofl $.17# Whltrt French china Dinner PUu-i, tfio dozen 1W While French chma Te* Plate*, the do/cn 90 While French china l.lgli Frnll B.iakei* i u h 6S Willio French Dime c Hut*, li'S p ? a 80 00 Mold hand Fn ii'It China T<a StU, 41 plevea. ft *0 French china Ten S?'(?. 44 pliHun.. 4(0 t 'iic flindied FA.NCV FRENCH CHINA DINNER bETS, *T $W AXD UrWAIUK. __ Silver jilfltct Tra flpoon-i, tliedojcn 129 Silver plated Table Spnuu*, the dozen 8 !K) Silver platedTihlc Fork*, the ?!iwun S75 Sliver plnted Cake H.isk' i*, ca li 4 W Silver plated < astern, 6cut bottle* *ft? Hl.ver plated Ten Seis, (1 pic oca .1ft OD HILVER PLATED ICE PlTliy.RH, 1 lnr<;e>l hIzc, lianitieimely cruiraccd i W t'> I (inil ol the tM>kt quality of plate J $o ?ft, 9\ $fl, $3. ? '?t glars OoliTeta, the ill 17en 144 CttlglaaaDeciliter*, thepair '00 Ivory handled Dinner Kulvee, the il.iien 4W Ivory handled Tee Kulvea, Iho dozen ?... 4 00 Thn following article*, In* I lit 1N STONB Cni.NA, are of Maddnck'ii Iwiit double thick ware:? linn Ktoiic chliui Dinner Piutea the dozen IS Iron atone china Soup PtelMi, tun dozen M l.t.n aiouc china Breakfast Platca, the dozen , M4 Irnti alone china Ten Plate*. the dozen 7ft Iron ? < lilua Ten Seta. 44 pic.'ea 8 75 Iron atone < !\lua Dinner M. t?, 162 place*. 13'JO Al-ii, ? complete aeaortuienl of UAH FIXTURES, embracing many novel alylen, AM. A'r WAR PRICE? ALE AT WAR PRICES! W. J. r. OA!LET A CO., tttl Broadway. ACRICULTlTRAU-arANO.?PITRB ICUAUOE (11TA. uo, dlici't tioiii ibe Tina article cia?im* with Peru vlati, ai *how n by uimlyai* of t'.uiiipbcll M -i-iit It cmulna agricultural cxprcsanio., tu #U -Awmouia. 8.9ti; alkallnn nulla and phonpiwto wl.1, l id, t?,ne phuaphate Utile, U.7S. For Mle lu liait* In iiuautllleu to mill. BABiUORD A MUULTON, US Beaver at rent. DR. JAMBH A. NEAL, LATE OF CINCINNATI, TBB well known Hraliii.T .dcdliun, curen all ' liruiile and ?tenia dlKcun e Kimplv by the laying <>n of lmima, eiiUrel* wlllkout niodu-.ine. Ollice 371 Fourth ?lreet. All \iAur*. Encyclopedia hritannica.?wanted, a new or pcrloci aeoond hand Mil, If ?o|d clicop. Addrokk. with price, C., box 2,209 Pout oftlce. S1IELO OLAS ES?SPY GLASSES. A held nlu**, in war'* dearth' nlr!t?, Snve? mauv u Kuldler'a prer'oim life The bent at M. UOLD'HAtlllER'S optical cut iblUhment^ | IM Fnlum (tfeat and My Kroadwuy. riESKIt.Vl.dEOKUE 11. Mct'LELLAN ANU OCR NEW t'ntii!: 1'rlzc (lift l'ackagcH are to l?' \\o|idcrcd at. SfVeiity?(li-ei eoiji worth of lndrkpeii?alde arttdea fur twenty live c,.'nt?, A|i>it< ale inukliiK from $6 to $10 per .lay. V;| nl? wanted, male and feunlc, everywhere. Addreaa, Willi nt.iiop lor i lrciilar, Ki. k irda A ('o., 1(12 atreel. IXDCSTKIAL St /I.>OL, 21>1 WEST FORTV SEt'ONff 1 mt. ri, lu'tneen Eighlli and Ninth aveiinen. New Vork.? A'.l p'rsiMi dealronii 1.. have Ihelr laniih M'?nii;il u u'.i be he u/ii;iio.lated In thti. Diktitnte on the ahoite?t if ', e mid In th beat iiianm r ponrl'ile. tienil iuen'% and laiil a' under !<ai iiieuU. eliiidi< n'rt elothca, and dreaa.nak nc in ino inoat fiiahloiiable ktyle. N. li.?tl.HeU i>aui for una retutued IO aay pa: t of thu <diy free of eKpcaae. Tust REt'F.U ED, BY STEAMER PEi:SIA, VERY elegant Puna made Ladlek" Travelllug ? d Shopping B. 8?. Ofll 'era' Siea, Ocatlemeu'* Travell'tii; ll?<?, *?. JOIIN ('ATTNA<;H, mink niaunfacturcr an-t :.? i;?< rter, 44 Broadway, corner ti Wall alteet, and 700 B. uniway, near Fourib (tract. IADIES. BEFORE Bt'YINO COOKING UTENSILS, QO J to Uawfoid'e; Table Cutlery, K* to H?i>:ord"?; Hllvel Plated Ware, go to liamford'a. Every article lu lemtekeep. at a gn at rcductti ii in | i.c< ? at E. 1) BASWt iltD S eiton five JTcuiackrcplng Store, corner of Au'or pl.iee and I'lilrd anil Fourth aveuuet, on* block Iroui Broadway. Save youi money. MALONE A KENNEDY, UNDERTAKERS, 4!'l) ANIMUS P, arl isticet, New Vork,?Ul?u Ueai t>i i iiri i .g s nn I ?very article rvqulnile fur Funeral* on r u-i.i.ahlu terms. Interments procured in any cc.uetery tu tuo vldultjr at New York. All order* attended to, day or night. Tkf'ONt*.?SOU BAIiEH PICKED MOtiN IN WHOLE, irl half and quarter bale*, t'oi sale by WM. S. TOOLE i UU? 170 Fuiion street. Notice.?to uotbuj, restaurants and houhe |i??P?r?-Spoons, rut in and old Ware of ul> kli.da re. palred and reflated In the heat maimer, ut short notiue, by the Manhattan Flate Company, 20 John street, TU8T RECEIVED, BY STEAMER PERSIA, VEST ?l elegant Farta tuade Ladles' Travelling uiul Bhoppina bags. Officers' Sacks, <ieutl<ini"n's Travelling Hags, Ac. JOHN C ATTN A ClI, trunk manufacturer and importer, 18(1 Broadway, corner ol' WaH street, and 7uo BroaJway, near Fourth street, Marble mantees.-oreat reduction im prices.?Those wishing to buy mantel* very cheap should call ut A. KEAUEIt'ri Marble Yard, 113 East Eighteenth street, near Third avenue, New York. Order* irom tho country e? ecu led with drijntdt. Marble mantei,s.-^the undersigned, uavingi on hand a large assortment of Marble Mantel*, Statuary, liuluii vein, Bayptlan and California Marbles, It would b? cdMaable for builders and other* to call, a* lie oiler* to (el) below ma at No*. GO Flatbush avenue, and 22'> Navy street, near Fulton avenue, Brooklyu. *1 Alt ('IN OEiiEN. WANTKD-WOODEN CISTERNS; A FEW OF LARGE capacity, tn good order. Address U. F. R., box 143 He rald oiiice. "VVr ANTED?STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER; A LOCO vf motive Boiler of 2') u> 2.*) horse, ami Euglna from 0 t. ? horse power. In perfect order. Address O. F. it., box lis lit; laid olhoe. \IT ANTED?i'W O PATENT OAS REFLECT ORB FOB ?? windows. lv.rtlea having audi for aule h 111 plcaie call till* day at No. ti Chatham square, before 4 F. II. MILITARY. TH'EKY SOLDIER SHOULD HAVE THEM. PRINTED J J >llk handkcrehleis. Attention of Butlers and Quarter masters 1* especially eallt A to ill" lance assortment offered by tli*' New York D>in^ and i'ltuling Establishment,'JdDuane street. VETERAN CORPS Q* 181*.? M REGULAR MONTITLY mi-etlni of the corp* w 111 be. held thi> (Krcl i y) evening, October 4, at halt-past seven o*alork, at the Mer er House. ...It.?The Civii: Society am Invited to met with ua thla evening, aui ail regular monthly meetings har.sttar. By order ABRM. DALLY, Colonel. FINANCIAL.. C1ERTIFIED tXAIMS ON T1IE WAR AND NAVY DB ' partmeuts oushed by JOHN B. M0RRAY, Binlier, partmeuts oushed by No. 89 Nassau street, opposite the 1'ost oflloe. /GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS NEOOTIATBD AMD IT bills held againt flovernment cashed on liberal terms, by BLANCHABD Jk. CO , JO WUliam street M ONEY TO LOAN-IN SMALL SUMS, ON BOND and Mortgage. Addrcas B. ii., Herald ouico. Railroad skocrities. state bondh, city and County Bouds of every bought and sold by WM. A^QlfEaT, aa Wall Btreei. _ ' riTHIRD AVENUE SAVINGS BANK, X Corner Third avenue and Twenty-fifth street. Chartkhj n 1834. SIX PER CENT INTEREST allowed on all depoJb, From One to One Thout-aad D'Jlars. > INTEREST WILL COMMENCE FROM OCTOBER I. Bank open dally from Klu>3. Also on tho evo ulugi off Monday, Wednesday and SmiUday, from ('? to 8. SI'LNCER K < :'.EN, President. STicrnur 8. Crilds, Secretury. u* ITED STATES IX)AN. 7 3-10 TREA.SCRY NO iES. Orric* or Krr ir*, Sow A Co.,) No. 4t> Excnange place, > Nsw York, Sept. 21, im 1 Pursuant to lnatrnetUins from the Serretary of the Trna anrv, .i tXH.'c has tills day heen opened at the alKive oHlce foi ? ibsiHpUor.s, undi r my superintendence, for Treaeary Notes, to be Issue.) In sums of Bfiy, one hundred, fire hun dred, one Mioili'and. or live thousand dollars eaeb, payaftle August 19, L'tffl, ami hearliit; Interest at the rate of 7 S-IO pet cent p'-r aniium. sueh interest payaklo semi-annually, and represented by coupons, whlcli may be detached and present ed for meat rcparately from the notes. The above, rate of Interest puja two cents each day on every bundled dollars^ and parties Uklng the not' * inusr pay ac rrueil Interest from the date of the notes, August 19, to th? date of their subscription. Subeciiiitlons will be reoelved daring fifteen days from thta date. MORRIS KETCIIUM. Mo. 40 ExtiHaooa Plaob, > New Youk, Sept.. 21, 1881. I To faetHtgte tho object* for which the shove Arency has been established, wc will receive from subHrrlt ers certiUed cheeks upon Uie banks of this city and current bank notes, ourselves I urnlshtng e?dn to the required amount. We will ulao. If desired, send ihe?< rllfteate* of deposit to WushlnLti n, obtain the Treasury notch, . nd forward them to auy given addresa. No chajgo will be made tor the above service*. N*w You*. Sept. 28, 1841. tlavlng been luprltod hr tlm Sec retary of toe Treasury, 1 am now prepared to furnish Treasury notes bearing interest at ihc rat ? or 7 S-lt) percent per annum, payable to order a* required, and of the va.ious dcnoinliiHtl'jns ImmedUteiy upon deposit therefor In gold or current fund*. MORRIS KETCHUM. Wanted?$50.<xw hvxicival honds cityofmii.. Waukee. $lf>f(X.0 Municipal Mon'l.i t'lty of Chicago. Also, low numbers of La CroMc and Milwaukee Laud Urant liond*. TITANTED?TO LOAN, Ji ono FOR ONE YE \R OB 11 more, fur which a Ubei'sl bonua would be given and security on roil estate In Hrook'yn wm t'i ?Ix times the amount. Address II. H. II., box 214 Ilsra'd otljce. iiOAV OFFICES. A T? NASSAU STREET.?A. liOXIn dA.V, I'lAMONEI J\. Broker, malr s lloeral advanetr> >n Dl i ' Watches, Jewelry, Ac., ci buys ihcm at full h'aiue, si i>.s pritrntu oQice, Cti Nassau s'rtct, room No. I, up St.I;*, iiusines* oonfU dfntiai. AT 111 GRAND STREET, THREE DOOBS WEST OF Unia Iv a..?Monev idvaneed on Wai' lies, D unond J Jcweir), Plate, Dry Good* nwl peiaoualoropej or very da I rlptioji, or liought and t' l.l by JOSEi'Il A. JACKaON, auo tloueer and broker. A DVANOES MADE ON DIAMONDS. WATCHES, JEW ^ elry and other valuables, or bou.lit |.,r ea-h at full value, by J. S. CttllEN, *tJ6 Broadway, corner of Duaue street. Parties visited at their residences if desired. All business strictly cotitidential. in. II. B." RRINGER'S 212 BROADWAY, ROOM J.\. 1^.?1Thlii uld CdtablLshed odico idvances Ihe highest Rroi?, or buy* lurcash, Mfiruhandists Dinrnoa-is or unaet; PfSki'is, Wa'j hen, Plate, Optivai lu^tTUDlcQUi, Ac. 212 Uiv>ttd? w*y% r?>'>in 18, up ?t,urw. AT NO. 79 NA88AU STIIKKT.?A. R. TTTOVJ'S(?X AD vnnc"?on biHinondt, Watohes^ J w-Iry, s^viiip* kinds of Pi jHTty, or buys out. AM(W k. THOMPSON. AuctJon?t;r. Kair*. AiK>nd?4 to in ail parts of tbo city and Brooklyn. K ?om Ho. 3, 8?coiid lioor. OOO T() ADVAHt'K?IN 8VM8 TO 8VIT, OS H' . v. i>; monfl- iii'! . i ? uu'. pro. p^riy, or L-oUi'UlJTwvasb, undth*4 h "U<ft vn- -t paid. C)Ule? uours9 till 6 L. JACOK.^ ?!> 1%r suoyt. iir ci'li Bread way. I "''??"-aii o. t very doerp,. I, Irom ilUn id up?'. ... ????A.fntiIa|t ot mnuef wul ?io i iui-ii- .i aw-it?;> toaxidtuUak

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