Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 6, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 6, 1861 Page 3
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HOUSES, ROOMS, diC.j^TO t.KT. ^ Apartments to LET-NICE, QUIET ROOMS, at from $4 to $6 per month, to small lauiilles, at 420 oc Tenth avenue. Inquire at 127 West Thlrty-iixth street. 4 SECOND FLOOR AND BACK BASEMENT, SEVEN pfL rooiiiH and bath room, ull improvements, at No. 1?13 Woit Eleventh street, to let. Also second floor, four rooms, sit 83 West Eleventh street, to let to a urnall family. To he seen from <J A. M. till 2 P. M. Inquire of E. L. A B. T. BUK\1iam, 611 Hudson street. j AT 12 PINE STREET.?OFFICE TO LET, ON SECOND . floor, suitable for uuy kind of business; rent low. Lofts to let for storage or lijht manufacturing purposes. Inquire of R. K. VOUGHT k CO., on the premises. _ I A 0000 CHANCE.?THE LARUE ANI) SPACIOUS Store, with or without the whole Mouse, 357 Eighth ave- i pue, between Twenty-eighth and fweut.v-niuth streets, west J tide, to lvrt. The location cannot be excelled on the avenue | for almost any kind of business. Rent low to a good tenant, | tud possession Immediately* Inquire in the store. A LARGE BOARDING HOUSE TO LET?PART OR all the Furniture for sale, full ot Iwartlerc, at St. John's park. For particulars inquire at 2)7 Ureinwich street. A FURNISHED HOUSE To LET?PARTIALLY FILL* ed with boarders, in a good bwhiiuii. Will l?e let reasoua bly to a responsible party. Inquire ?t 24 West Ninth street. AN EDUCATED lady, living IN A first CLASS house, hiving all the modern improvements, will let, well furnished, on the sccoud boor, two large Parlors, with Bedrooms attached, large closets, bath room on name floor, having hot, col I and shower baths, rooms for servant, with use ot kftchen, to single gentlemen or small family, without children. Ti e lady would prefer bonding with the party; ! could then give kitchen and servant entire. Best of refe rence given and desired. Apply at 23o East Tenth street, for one week; name on door. Bergen point.?a cottage, furnished or un furnlshed, to let. One acre of ground, fruit and shade trees; opposite hotel grounds: thirty-five minutes from the ?^lv hourly by boatapaeven miles bv plunk road; rent reason able. Applyio HYDE Jk CONK LIN, M i Wat. r mieef. CORNER STORE TO LET?NO. 413 FOURTH AVENUE, corner of Thirty-Ural street. The house is three stories high, with cellar and back basement; also stable on rear ot lot. Rent moderate. Apply to II. CASSiDY, 12J Fulton street, or 125 East Thirty-second street. IjMJRNISHED HOUSE TO LET, IN ORANGE, N. J.?A ' handsome G dhle Cottage, in Lleweilrn |>arfc; un? and mountain spring water, till 1-tol .M ?v, with privilege of l?use; r? ut low this winter. Apply to If. i> BLACKWELL. 59 William street, N. Y., <r to Messrs. YOOK1UES & WILD, No. 2 Court street, Brooklyn. Houses to let?in Brooklyn, at less than halt the price; the three story, bu-euient and underc? 1 lar brick Mouse, with range and gas hxtnres, No. HI Po\v? rs su-'-ct; also the two story, basement and under cellar brick House, No. 2<*S Dean street, e is ??l P< w*? rs street, both adja cent to city ears an 1 ten ies. Apply to WM. STONE, Builder, Bergen street, near Powers. Rents cheap.?to let, a basement on the i northwest corner of Fourth avenue and Twenty-ninth sueet: size 33\5U leet; rent $per year. Also a Store, 206 West Forty-eighth street, suitable lor a butcher; rent$lt; and the Third Floor ot No. 302 West Nin'leeiith street; music teacher, with a small family, proterrcd. Rent will be taken tn lessons. Also a Stable tor two hordes, in the rear of the above. Inquire of C.SCHUMANN, 808 West Nineteenth at* Rooms, comfortably furnished fob house keeping, near Fulton ferry, at No. 27 liicks street, Brooklyn. OTORE TO LET.?T1IE CORNER STORE AND HOUSE, O No. 108 West Broadway. Kent moderate, to a good tenant. Apply to JACOB A 11ATZEL, 114 Essex street. TO LET?WITHOUT BOARD, ONE OR TWO NICELY furnished trout Rooms, either ou tho second or third floor of House 43 North Moore street; gas, grates, pantries; family strictly private. TO LET.?A GOOD CHANCE FOR A BAKER TO COM utcuce business in the village of Guttenberg, N. J.?Two Houses, one a three story, built expressly lor a bakery; the oiher suitable lor a dwelling; each have stables attached, with a good well ot water. It will bo a good chance to any eutcrprising man to commence the baking business, as there Is no good baker iti the village. Apply t > KOHLE K, &t the ateam brewery of Kohlerl Fineke, Guttenberg, N. J., or to Squire Dwyers, near the premises, opposite Seventieth ?treet, NVrtli river, N. Y. 110 LET?TWOiOR THREE V, ELL ! URNISHED ROOMS, on second floor, suitable for housekeeping, In Twenty first street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues; privilege lit kftchen it' desired. For address apply at IMadison bquure Ffct olT.ce. a 10 LET?WELL FURNISHED ROOMS. IN BROWN . stone House No. 3H Bowery, singly and in suit*, to ac commodate families; also similar Knouts at 01 Broadway, near Houston street. Inquire ou 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 $16; also a Btore on Second avenue, between Thir?i? ih and Thirty-hint streets, a s ? a three s.ory and I asement House, worth $7w0, for $."> 0. Apply at 15j East Thirty-;eeond street, to WM. PET1 ?n; Tv it. TO LET?NO. 15 WASHINGTON PLACE, SECOND block from Broadway. House in good repairs. inquire at No. 11 West Twenty-second street, from b to 10 A. M. and fromf5 to 7 P. M. O LET?THE WHOLE OH PART OF THE TWO STO ry, basement and atu ? House 12A Amity street, with large rd; rent Apply to GEulUiE DL'ROl'UllE, 1-v$ reene street. T Si TO I ET?11,200 KENT?IK>USE 45 LEONARD : TKELT, 100x2$; store or manufacturing purpo Ah i i t Japanning ami Tim Shop, with tools complete: would ex change lor real estate. TAYLOR .V WILSON, 127 Reude ?!rect. mo LET?ON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, HOUSE NO. M Hicks street, next do-a* to Cranberry; has fixtures ami water; rent 5.;400. Apply to the owner, uii the prenu :< h, Ioi> to J. B. ALLEE, 63 Walker street, New York. Purga tion given in u few days. TO LET?A FURNISHED FRONT RECEPTION ROOM and He Iroom adjoining, on Lie lirnt floor of the El?Hindi ba ement house 21 Second uvenue, suitable lor a physician's oihce or for a lady aud gentlemen. fno LET-THE STOKE AVI) DWELLING NO. 9'} 1 JL Broad street, near Bridge, adapt* u for any Ix.mIim t . Apply on the premises or to JOHN S. KELSO, 0- William bt. TO LET?15ROADWA Y STORE NO. 817; ALSO CORNER Basement and Second il>or of 8; 1*; i.l*o two small 8tor< h at 43 Twelfth strt *et, near Broadway; also Rooms for ?odetie*, Ac. Apply to JOHN S. KELSO,*b2 \v i liam street. TO LET.?A SEAMAN'8 BOARDING HOUSE, PUR nished, for sale. Kent cheap. Inquire on the premised 3fiiCherry afreet. TO LET?STORE AND BACK ROOM, AT 567 SIXTH avenue, 05 feet deep, plate window* and n very conspicuous busimb* I *e.ition; rent at tl ? rate ot $500 per annum. Apply toTIIOS. N. LAWRENCE, St. Denis Ito.i bet .v. ?n i? and 10 A. M, or 6 and 7 F, M. TO LET?NOS. 80 AND 88 GREAT JONES STREET, the tw ? foul story and basement brown stone Hons s, to rent to M y, or on ?i lease of two years rent to May *,<A '0 each. Apply at :'A Great Jones street. Houses 2UsoJ feet. a 10 LET?ON MYRTLE AVENUE, FIRST BRICK HOUSE . from he com r of Tompkins avenue, East Brooklyn, a first class Store and Fixtures, with back parlor, front I Uient and cellar, i ullt for a bak??ry, with on n lines, F.dge wood water, Ac.; location unequalled for a bakery, uru;j or grocery; rer.t, to an enterprising man (no other ne? d apply), 10 per month. Inquire on th pivmiw s Tills is wor::i at s miion. No opposition, and a large portion of the rent will I tiadeu out by too owner. M. J. IJYRNE, 27 Franklin avenue. T? LET-IN BROOKLYN, 2tW BEtfGEN STRelET, CON vei.ient to cars and ferries, a lirst cJhss Cottug* i? tilt Uoue, 12 rooms, bock an! front piazza. to Nl. M. SToNE, 2??2 IJ.-rgen sire t, u a TO LET?SEVEN FIRST CLASS BROWN STONE loaves, with all the modern Improvements, on l'orty fourtt and 1\ rly-second streets, te ar Broadway, at $50 p r monti. Iuqulre ol J. M. ESENELL, Architect, from 8 to 11 A. M.an 1 3 to 5 P. M., second lioor, corner of Broadway and Fortylifth street. TO LET?IN A FIRST CLASS, ENGLISH BASEMENT house, the whole or pnrtot the First Floor, furnished, suitable for a physician or dentist. The house has every con venieaee. Family very small. Apply at 111 West Twenty second street. TO LET?THE UPPER PART OF NO. 212 MADISON street, near Clinton street ; house rery line, with ail the modern improvements; neighborhood \-ry genteel; r-*ut ni ode rate. For particulars inquire on the premises, aiy day, iroin i# to 11 A. il. and 4 to (> o'clock P. M. fpO LET?A SECOND FLOOR AND FRONT BASE* JL m-*nt, furnished, consisting of four Rooms, four elo-els, wardrobes, hot and cold wutor in two rooms, and houso brown stone; location pood, and accessible by the Third and I Fourth avenue cars. Rent low to a responsible part v. Ap ply at 85 East Twonty-iuuth street, between Third and Lex ington aveiitti s. TO LE'I ?THE DWELLING PART OF HOUSE 273 Greenwich sircet, near Murray street, In \:>.?d oiue.- good opportunity for baardlug house; lw?t oeupj.-dtho lust teti years for the purpose. Rent low. Apply only at J. LA liKLJ S, l'JJ Waahtngton street, near Fulton streot. TO I.I'h'-AT NEW BRIGIiToN, STATBN ISLAND. A ('oltage, furnisaed or unfumisliod, pleasantly situated, ane minute'e walk from the landing, < "?iu?linng eniht rooms, with Nwterand ges. Priw, ftriiUhed neatly, S'.'flO; uufur pislied, $2?H). In 't!:- ?.! Mi;s. J1ROWER. < n'tne p.eruises. TO RENT-A COUNTRY RESIDENCE, FURNISHED, from t.?e I t of Nov? inbi r to tt?e 1st of May, s.tuated about ten miles from the city an 1 one mi> from tiie .M ji . is anta depot, on the Harlem Railroad. Tl; ? pl.e e coutains -thirteen a< res of liud, wall th- usual outfuildings, whicl. are fell in tfood ortler. The house in Jar^e, coutuinimc two parb^rs, libraiy and sitting room on the tirst, tu ?*r, with six bedrooms o*j the Mvcond si o-y. To a good tenant the rent w ill be low. Apply *o CAMPBRCL A SEAMAN, Fourth avenue, corner of Twenty-ninth street. rt? 1 /\ PER MONTH.-TWO COTTAGES. EIG(-T HOOMS 5pi\J eaeh, suitable fur one or two fa uiljes, ?.ig.oly aud lieai' 1 Uy iduialrd, 1 renting city R illroa l, s?ven ihIm .u s from New York .<? try, Swuth Brooklyn. Apply at 'd'J Columbia street, JArooklyu. FIKMTIRF a P.EOHHOM Si if '? EN ME LI. I'D lTIIMTC RE ? | xv !or $21, in all eolors, of warrantee! manufacture; a n ? I v-jlld Cli?t itit.C'a unber Suit?. pl.fn and ornamental,at 11. F. FARRINGTON'H, Canal street, Wooster. E. labllshed iu 1116. IpURNITURK. t'.VRiP.TITS, BOOKS, AC., BOUGHT FOR 1 ready nvwiey at <123 ^ixtli avenue, betaoeu Ninth and Tenth street*. ?\ I Furniture.?wanted to rent, until the ist of May, FurAitnn- (or six or seven small rooms, cou ai^;ini,' of jwirlor, e-iiambera and dining room. Any parties ? iiavlng the nhorc will iinda garetul tenant by a^dressin^ H. *? <L, Broadway Po^t olilce. I TDII'RXrmiE WANTED.**-A NEWLY MARRIED Jp ' upU*, dL^lroua.oi ii >,i ,.'keening, wish tn pureb'w^ from f.'#iae to live hundred dollars wortit of Furniture. A feueral assortment required. 1'urUes ha ins the same, cheap for I trashy may a l iress S. C. Burgess, auitlou A, Spring s'.rret, penr y.irX. ijrnuPfiTi !:i; wanted.-tiie si v.. criber wr iry J/ jwtrohaso a quantity of aeontid hand household Furniture, ('.iqiets. Paintings,/Mutqtn, Ac., for whi I f. wi!l pay a t; !? ttish valuation. Thsse U-ivlng sucti for uale may addressCn-h, Hcintd eilk^. ryFicE rcnvrri-riK kou p deokp. riiAiRs. U Ac.. ? Ucjip. Jinct Hie effica (<?? let nt I\ low rest till Is! Mnyl f,w ioc.?lity, iL*i ,'?vv r souare). Anidy on Slow ;nv or Tues d 1 to JOlfl* Mil. Ill fewlmw i, up tu ?.viloj ?pr.rMJ'TON'S IMFH'iVRU PARtOB B8D8TK.4M AND 1JT othi-r ,'lmt . Ui-"- KurntMr.., smM Rt ivholc^iln r-iallMid | ?y mti.. iiji l ay.-'^aw, " ' i wilt au-eci, i .?,nrtj jf, j % A swn'y uf Dcilgn. TOAMCIAL. A OENCY OF T11E UNITED STATES GOVERNMHNT, No 47 Willi .treet, For the sale of 7 S-10 peroent Treaaury Note*. The Sth'ri'tarv of the Treaiury having appointed Mr. ( na?. Burrutl Hull''loan, of our firm. ?K?nt f?r Treaaury Notes, bearing Interest at th? rate or 7 S-10 per oent, we are pn imrcl to hupnly them In lota lo sun purchaser., tn ile Humiliations of Win, 100a, 800s an J l,0U0n, ua may be re quired, with cotitHina for the payment of Interest seml-annu ally attached. The note* tiro dated Auguftt 19, IHtil, and pur chasers pay the accrued lntereft at the rut* of two car*" day on each hundred dollar*. Bankable fund* recp iHiyment. Furcbanera In tlio ecmntry, aendiiw; rhec nave nolea per return of mat). Any further Informal uulrcd will ue cltoerfully given 1|? the undersigned. COLGATE A HOFFMAN, 47 Wall* C1ERTIKIED CLAIMS UN THE WAR AND NAV J purUneut. cashed l?v JOHN B. MURRAY, Hanker, No. 39 nu street, opp isito thu i'uat office. Railroad securities, ktu-k bonds, city and County Bunds of every description, bought and sold by VVM. A. (II EST, 33 Wnll street Wanted. Municipal H'lnds City of Milwaukee, $10,(C l) Munli iptil Bonds <i:y of Chicago, Also, low numbers of La Crosse ami Milwaukee Land uraut Bonds. rpiIIItD AVENUE SAVINGS BANK, A Cornet- Third avenue ttttd Twenly-flfth street. Chartered 18M. SIX PER CENT INTEREST allowed on all aumt< from one to one thousand dollars. DEPOSITS MAI)J-' ON OR BEfORE 20TII OCTOBER WILL DRAW 1NTEHEST FROM OCTOBI-'R FIRST. Sank open daily from 10to3. A !.*o on tit'' ereutngs of Monday, Wcdii-'sda* and Matur.i iy, from 6 to8. HFENCER K. (iUKlSX, l'rusukut. Stkfkjcm S. Child*, Secretary. T\TANTED?TO LOAN, $4,000 FOB ONE YEAR OR TT more, for which a liberal bouua would tie dtveu and security on tell estate in Brooklyn worth six times the amount. Address II. II. H., box 211 Ilcrald oiUcr. QilU\ nnn at SIX PER OSKT. TOR a RUIW iflUU.uUU years, to loan on bund un 1 inorl.tufe, on liroadwity prop >rtv. principal. only ui^'d apply to t. LO Hi; K IIUSSEY,00 WUllatn street, basement. At?u $4,(XW, $5,000 and $7,000 at seven per cent. LOAN OFFICES. AT 111 GRAND STItKET, THREE DOORS WEST OF Broadw ay.?Money advanced o.i Vi'atcl.ei, Diamonds* Jewelry, Plate, Dry Goods and personal property or evei y de scription, or bought and sold by .IOSEI'11 A. JACICSON, auc tioneer and broker. A DVANCES MADE ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, .JEW lr? unci other valuables, or bought lor cash ut lull value, bv J. S. COHEN, 805 Broadw ay, corner of l>uane Btrect. Parties visited at their residences n desired. All busiucss strictly confidential. (51 (J QQQ TO advance?in sums to suit, ON ?Jlf/.t'f/t/ Watches, Diamonds ami other personal pro perty, or bought for ea;*h, and the hU;li.*t price paid. Olllco noma iMill tf L. J ACOBS, 43 Cedar street. Branch 407 Uruatlway. <tO(\ AAA TO ADVANCE, BV 1IEMIY IIYMAN, 48 * U U Broadway, rooiu No. 3, on Wrat lies. Dia iaon<:s mid merchandise oi every d< scription, from $10and upwards. Merchants in want ol money will do well to call. Business strictly confidential. TI1K WAR. 4 TTEHTIOKI?A PEW RECRUITS WANTED AT NO -'V, Outre street, to 1:11 the ranks oi Company D. First regiment Irish brigade, under the command ol' Colonel Nugfent. Cap'-alu JOlIX CoNWAY. A RMY ADJUSTABLE CAMP COT.-*THE 8UB80RIB JV ersoliei for Sale the best Cot yet offered for army use, it i>? '?*?strong, portnbV* and easily put op, the headuelng mat ,i tike any an l? obviates i;c<-' siiv <?i'a pillow. For Mill tvholes ile and retail, by WINDLK ^ CO., 6.Maiden lane AisV PERSON POSSESSED OF A KNOWLEDGE OF military tactics, having from twenty to fifty men, with out waiting for rocrviitltie, may secure the Fino or Second Lleutehantcy t nd a com| inent. No tears of cons a company already in a lTnit?*d States reui if consolidation. Address McWebber, lie Drill nooM wantkd-in a central po-ttiok, lor a new Mil it; try. Corps, for iheir sole use. Adtlross, stating terms, Ac., Military, i?'\ !->!!. rt Id "i'iP ?. TRISH B PI (: AI) J!?IIK A DO lT AIITE K S VX> FROAJiWAV, J New York, Oct. 1661.?All the otllccif ol this bri^ad9 will meet this day (Sunday), October 6, at 2"Vlock, at head quartet , on lAtsineK* of iiopo/t.ir.f ?. By ordr-roi T11?> .M \ S i KANCIS MJ-lA<i!IE!*, A tin- Biif. Oen. VTATIONAL ZOUAVES. TENTH FEGiMEXT, COLONEL i.1 John E. Uendix, statu u??d at rortte*? Monrro".?Vrr sons wM?ii.? to join tiilfc. rejiimi'Ut en i tl?? n? airrt be forward ed immediately '?? tht fort, fully ?lotli??< 1 an 1 equlj'ped. Ke crnltii g oUaes 4i5U Broadway, and Flf'i v-e:g:?:h Mre?>L_ncar Third avenue. Lieut. Col. ALE-v. B. J .f.DKR, Quixrtermaster A. Sl-Iil.LV, Ueerulting oHleen. VTEW CITY MILITARY CORPS.-TJIE ADVERTISER ?S ! ropo ? s t? M par.isc r. Military Cmps, if ft MiiUclent n um > ? r whi mile in tin. m \en ? nt,l?o tin* purpose of Mi litary in.-trtii Ui'ii, ho*U prarth .?! ana theorctV.nl. None will I .11* ixiittci) to membership but these who are ablt* in?l wfll <>voien'h ?Mt three evrnings i nch week t. study uud drill. A ii'-. s Military, box l-?In raid office. OFFICBRU, ATTENTION1?TTIE F VST APPROA< UING fall and winter la a if*minder that . i;or? ! br?d |* an in dispensable arthle lor camp life, and more truly it luxury f<>r the S'?ldii r than all things else eombln-ia-i-ifore in n?u 'l imine you fchould not fail to examine C'irley <%. Brady's l'utent PurUible Cut, lounge and Chair ? ombinai'.; inakr-.1 good bed, comfortable lounge, c.'.si,; ktl chair, and folds up, f?tming a p.; age two feet Ion?, four inches thU'-' and v, -igh twelve, pounds. Whs awarded dipiotiia and rdlvor medal. t ,'..i late Nov.- Yol k State ir, Miit has le*ti Tis nials as *>> l> i tr.ml utility from oar lirst Untied States oif-eis. 1* ,? by \V. A. AVERY. Pennsvlv.nia avenue, Washington, D. C. i It. ii. Ill IdlciRT, 412 'Biva 'way, N. Y. | A'lTILIP WiLSON A CO., ? Cm-.-nut street, Phlla. Rally around the old guard. '?hi-: nr.st so rr like guard, F t.rui regiment N?*.v Ym k Volunteers. Col. A. \V. TAYLOR. The !nejreasc of r. <*i i . ? ,i ?:e l by C-neral Pix to the United Slate ?< government si inward ban been nearly com pleted. Al w mute patriotic: volnnteeis wil be ad opted. Th';?e having i-^rvlee preferred. Apply at 141 Grand street, between Broadway and Elm street. This nv'ment has been lit the I'n t 'd States sendee s!nee May X, 1861, an ! is now statl iwd at I .'avre de Gru' e, Md. lit- ruiiing o:li ?? r??flapt. < has. \V. Krr.ger, Company D; Lieut. Jan.? * McDonald, Coirpany 1. Recruits forwarded everyday to the regiment. OIXTY-NINTII REGIMENT. At a regular monthly meei ng of the Board of Officers of the fclXTV-NJNTiT REGIMENT, N. Y. S. M , held on Thursday evening, October 3, Major Bagley in the chair, the i> s'u n. tlm ot Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT NUGENT wa; received, be bavin,: n? "pted a captainship in the regu 1 ,r ?a?rv ' and d*"aib-i us Colonel ot the First r ^iincnt of the I-Mi Hriv: tie, a roinn itiee. was apt ointe. t<? draft, suit abhur.-. ;lutio iT, res ive of the ];jgh ivpard ontertalnml lor It.in by ? ver> m.*mber of tli's regiment during the many y? ars of 1 i con:Ktiun with i'. The 11.mmittee reported tlie subjoined resolutions, which W'f \ e *tn.?i tuiotl'ilv ndopti'd ? Resotve.l, Tint'in the resignation of Lie itenant C<Jonel N?ig".nt tli-* regiment has lost mi etl dent and mvinpUsned odleer, a lu. liiul Irieud, a hic b toned gentleman, and a true patriot. j:olved, That the courteous cuiduetan l kind attention shown by Lieutenant Colonel N -gent toward the oliirors ati<l m* nib. ;>? ot this command, dining ti. 1 trying days of ourlaU* campaigu in Virginia, have eudcared him to the entire re giment. Ke.-u ?. ed. T!iat we all most bearti'.v wish him ?!od speed in his i >tv uud . la'UiiH i?t' devotion to the nwibmal <ause, feel ing assured that be will prove an h?>\ ' r to bis ?-om tny, to hi as.-ooi.;tioos, end io his n?tme, and wo oheoriullv recommend him to all those ii signing to join the Irish Brigade, as an ni>'e olie-'i\ who w it not ? nlv ltMt'l them 'hrot '-.h tho din <?f battle \ i'-.orio isly, i ut will; I-o attend to all their wants\\ 1th t lie ; o i. im le ? i ii Ja her, a cot.,j tiiion and a frit lid. Kuh'dveo, That tnese ri'Mohitions bo published in the Ile rald, \V rid. Lea ! r, Sunday Mercury, Irish Ameriosn and Metropolitan Ree >.?i. t'apt.-.'n JOHN BRKSLTN, Co. R Paymaster M.vTliKW KEHOE. Lieut. \\ M. BCTLEK, Co. H. Lieu;. THOMAS KAY, Co 1?. Lieut. PETER McQCADK, Engineer Cornik Captain JOHN PRfiSLT.N, Chairman of Csanmittee. Llent. Thomas Par, Secretary. rpO CAPTAINS OK ARTILLERY COMPANIES ANI> J on v.-?A icrv.ui eomp teut t.? ut bri::ke tl.i- lull man ige-r.fnt an ! instruction of a lUht I n'Uny wJshrs to ob tain .. Kit -t Li< utei nnt-y; good t.- i?.?, nr ironi re > jiiFii.lc nruller*. f-lTleei> a r the mme as to infiiutrv. A l. t means for re l ii tiu j: if neceas.un . Address suiting wl-.eiv an iutor* view m.ty be had, John SV. Dittos, 2s?<i?' Yoi n Post olii<'e. rpO LINB OFFICERS.?A MODBL REG7M K NT, OOM 1 n:.'tnded by eouipr lent t?(!lo<'r ?, \\ J.o ha/e mm M'rvlce, already .uvejred and wWoso oi f.ani/atiou !?? neaih r;j>i , d".*ir-- to lro*?t with a psrty who cmn bnn,;ae?, r: toy or part ot'a e.:ni|.-siiy in'lo thi r aiment. Vo a -i' man, who an Influence tl.e requisite t.umher ot in a, ? uHp'ain's a niuiissiosi, uh the privllego oi desbtnating Mi under oili'Vis, n il be given. A]?ply to or aOdres?, the Warren KiUes. flnadquarUu-s 474)^ i)ri>?td\vay. mo RECRCTTJNO AGENTS.?PARTIES WII ? CAN I^ X ttuenee squa !? ? t "Ujndy, aetlve, sober i id h^elthy young men, by brin teg tlo-m to t!??* hi<aduii.4ii<ra of tho Wancii Riiius, 474}? DnsMlw?>% will be ] .-.f* ' i acr prices t. .mi they can obtain ehtewfccn*. No \sailing i?.r the money. Th? oaah la rsady. TV A NTE n?!: NO IN 7- ER r SOLDIERS, COM !? R1 SI N <1 Y? niec.males and iutelUgeni hiborei'H, ior .p; is and miners oi the r. gttlar army; tin* in- n m ist l?c iMsli -dt not over 35 ee?j^ of a^e, able to read and write, and under stand the fijtir ground rules oi arit?mfuc; o uaoi cnlist ineiit. tlirr*e years; pay, from $la io $.*<1. d??j?e? lii j on lank aitaine4 by merit and soldierly conduct; also rations, fuel, q- alters, ?"!?>?.him*, no 1 ? tl attendant ?, and sue u.sr.al konnty. A| ply dailv a' No. 5 Bowling Green, thtr ' flont, t tweeu *9 A. M. atiu 12 M. V*. A. GLLMOKfi, Captain of Engineers. \ nlteu . ? atth Army. TirANTED?A LIKUTESANT8 COMMISSION IN A Yf lirst class regim nt (eavulry preferred), by a young man who will devcu; bis energy an ! means towards recruit* i ; and advan og iis interest.-. Andreas Ambiti, n, box 105 Ilei aid otliee. TlfJtNTED?A SECOND LIEUTENANT FOR A COM ft p my now forming, t'> ju.n a re*rlnr?nt at tic seat of war. A competent person having men or the means of raisin ,; them, ma> audivys OsfHam, llcraJd oilice. ~\\f ANfLI)?TWO COMPANIES TO 1 ILL VP A REGI * T rnc.nt tinder tho orders ot the Governor for conso lidating tbe different regiments. Oil! of eompaniea, or pariji of comixtaie.i, will be treated wiun on liberal terms, by addressing a note to P. J. P., Herald otliee. "l\r?OODS' EXCELSIOR CAMP MESS 011 EST DEPOT, \? at JAMKS H. DRAKE'S house furnishing naruware store. No. ,r:t Fourfh avenue, t ou r of Ninth rtr< m. J l is the bert .und < Io sjh- 4 culinary c-h.nr, b- lore the Mih'.ie. and eon tains ever sixty pieevs. iucludiug.overy anr. i v.^iaeu i??r Mti oilerV, nirs . Price for four oilicerf, $13; f? ?r 'x < ; . ? rs, i-'JU. They are now In use by many oilioei* in tiie army. O WILL BE PAID FOR XEN ML* TO i Ml'LETE |J)OU e sompauy, it brought immediately to 42S j;r adwer. rQTn CAHEUON HIGII1 AND R1KLES AKE BEING IO rapidly tilled up, and ?.tn only accept "t two more c mpanie*;. lyiosc; desirous of joining a highly respee t.ti le r>'?vi2C9kt must apjdv imji.- dtat?dy at b^-adquai t? rs, M I J t B 8 -1 ? ti #1 RA r LUOAmU rr i i so:; Rjyt:;t i /1 lr*>ad ?trains for ali<avy. II. ?Troy, the N-.rtb v t l W- t. leave Chambers street ui ^ and" 11 A. M., find*3:30, 6 and 10:10 P. M. V*I^v VOiUC, ll.UiLF.M AND ALBANY RAILROAD ? J> ? nrirwrarran rement.?Express train for Albany, Troy, I^'orth an l W* ?. b-.i\? ?? . : ty-sixtii street Station at 11 A. >/. i -A' lo? al it. ii. - *e ..c tabl'. iiCUClilLL, .UsisiautSuperintendent. HOARDING* A.\D LODGliVG. A private family, WITHOUT CHILDREN, Occu pying a uew fuar story brown sloue Home in West For ty-fourth street, between Broadway mi4 Sixth avenue, have pleasant Rooms 10 lot, with Board, and will make it a pica Kant home. References exchanged. Adlress box I 31U i'ost office. AGFNTLFMAN AND LADY OH TWO OK THREE single gentlemen .in find ;i pleasant Room, with or without hill or pai lial Hoard, at62 Sixth avenue, three doors from West Washington place. A HANDSOME SUIT OF ROOMS, ON SECOND FLOOR, furnished, to let, with beet of Boarding acooinmodntloin, to a family oj' three or tour persons, in a private dwelling, between Broadway and Fifth avenue, near TUrty-lirst street. Address box 4,196 l'ost ollne. AT 1,123 AND 1,125 BROADWAY.?I!ANDBOMELY furnished huiu of Reoms, all the modern improve ments, with private table. A' .<? singl.* R o:us, with Board, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty sixth streets, near the Fifth Avenue Hotel, A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM ON THE SE eond floor, with hot and cold water nod hath room ad joining; also small Rooms to rent to gentlemen, without board; house modern. Apply at 61 Fourth avenue, near Ninth street,*one block from Broadway. A PARTY OF SINGLE QBNTLBMBN. OR A FAMILY, mn I"* accommodated with Board at 15 Irving plaee, corner of Fifteenth streot. 4 FEW ROOMH TO RENT?TO SINGLE GENTLEMEN J\. or gentlemen and their wlve?, at No. 11 West Ninth sit cot, near Fifth avenue, with or without Board. \ HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SUIT OF ROOMS ON H.-?-.?iid floor to lot, with or without Board, for gentle man and wife or single gentlemen. House has modem Im pro\ements and is desirably located. Apply ?t 1H4 West Thirty-eighth street, near Broadway stages and ear*. 4 DELIGHTFUL HOME FOR THE WINTER.?ROOMS JY in suits or sen irately; hous*? first class in every respect, 22U Fourth street, Washington square. A FEW BOARDERS WOULD BE TAKEN DlTRING the fall ami winter, in a pleasant atul healthy neighbor hood, having daily eomuiunicatlon with Now York and Phil A aJclnhla, on reasonable terms. For particulars refer to Major Meckel, Stevens House, Broudway. VN UNFURNISHED ROOM (WITH EXCEPTION OF c irpet), with Board, for a lady and child eight yoars of ago, wauled in a family with few or no boarders; location between Blecckor and Fourteenth streets; terms must be in ode rale. References exchanged. Addreas box 1.318 l'obt Olllre. A LADY AND GENTLEMAN CAN 1IA.VJS FIRST CLASS accommodations and R<urd,1n a uew house with new furniture, between Filth and Sixth avenues, up town, with a v. Mow l.?dy; family small and private. Address Mrs. M., box Jfcfa Hermit! "i! i SMALL FRONT ROOM, WITH A LARGE CLOSET JV and grate, to let, with Board, in a first class private house, 230 West Thirty-second street, to a single gentleman. Terms moderate. Dinner at six oYlock. WHOLE SECOND FLOOR TO LET, WITH BOARD, together or separately; l.an ds.enely furnished and with every modern convenience; house fir*! class. Apply at 108 East Fourteenth street. Younggouhemcu Will iind pleasant Rooms, with closets, at moderau prices. 4 T228 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET?LARGE ROOMS, jl\. handsomely furio.-hed, to let, with Board, to gentlemen an I their wives or single gentlemen; also smalfcr Rooms. Dinner ai G. 4 YOUNG LADY CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH J\. Board and furnished Room as an equivalent for teach log the pianoforte, with singing, in a respectable private family lu Brooklyn. Reference exchanged. Address L. M. G., Herald iflin e, for three days. A SMALL FAMILY WILL LET A SI'IT OF ROOMS ou the second Hour, to siuglu gentlemen. liortse con tains all the modi rn Improvements. Dinner at 6. Apply at ltk> Macdougol street. 4 YOUNG GENTLEMAN WOULD LIKE TO PROCURE 2\. Board, with Room, in a rcspe tabt- private family: terms pL*r we vs. A Ulre- * for two days, stating number of street, Ghs. Howard, Chatham square I'o t oflU e. HISPANO AMERICAN GENTLEMAN DESIRES TO procure Board in an American family residing in s? me Jo llity in N?-w York; t!?e la mil) must be of the highest A hue locality in N* w York; t! r {mm tabiilty and have no ' lie/ b at d? rs. These two condi tions are so e.'S 'iitfal that it would bo useless trouble for others to reply. The iamily of t clergy i;t" n, or merchant, or other gentleman ol high-^iaracter would be very agreeaole to the advertiser, who on his part will pay a just compensation, nml give reference. Any such faintly as desivibed, who nmv be disposed to admit a ivhpi'ciabio pei -on in their home, will pleare address, with real name, Hi.-spano, Madison square Post office. \ SUIT OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?TO A JY. small family, for housekeeping, or to two gentlemen: bath, ya*, closet and all nn d -ni improvements. Apply at No. H Amity place, between Bleeder and Amity streets. 4 T 22 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN ux. Fifth and Sixth uveuu ??, lai^o Room", lmudsouiely t?ir ni-?o d, in Hubs or single; al. o, smaller Rooms for gentlemen, with Board. The h -use has ail the modern improvements. References exchtt nged. ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THOSE LIVING IS Ho tels and boarding houses.?There is an establishment opened at 110 Miicdougal si>-oety t!ie rounis being laid out in fe itls and furbished with everything n u-essary for house keeping, in order that a family may have (i complete home tnd live at an inconceivably low rate. TheiV: Is a restaurant attached. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM-WITII FIRE place an l gas, to let. to one or >wo; rent SJ per week. Also a small Room at $1 60 per week, inquire at ICO i'rinoe A LADY WOULD LIKE TO LET A SUIT OF HAND soinely furnished K ?oms to a gentleman and lady; Board lor tuolsdy; partial Board lor gentleman If reqiilr^l; all the mod 'rn linpi"Venn nts; fumily suuill and private; lo cation pleasant. Apply at M East Tweuty-Iiflh street, near Lexington avenue. AN AMERICAN PRIVATE FAMILY, HAVING MORE room than they require, would let one or two Rooms, wiih Board, at a moderate rate; locution very desirable. In quire at 215 West Thirl} -first street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAM FIND A BEAUTI fill front K'?orn, and bath room adjoining, on lltior, unfurnished; also, other phvisaut Rooiqs, to single gen lli nu n, wiih full or partial Board, at 130 liu dcker street, cor nir of Tiiompson. A pleasant front room on second floor, to let, with Board, to h gcutieman and ladv, furuhhed or unfurnished. Apply ^t '>' E Twenty-eighth street, near Fourth hvenue. Dinner at six o'clock. A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE GERMAN FAMILY Oc cupying a first class house, very desirably situ.Heil, at No. 20 West Ninth street, In uvwini Fifth and fcttxthavci aes, would let a lew elegantly lurnibhcd Rooms, with excellent Boa id, on first, second or fourth lioor, to gcnilemeu or gentle men j.nd their wives. Freueh and English spoken. Keie n n c exchanged. A WIDOW lady, WITHOUT ANY FAMILY, WOULD j\. like- to take two or three pleasing, genteel ladies to Bo Tl.'-'tif! preferring to fui ninli their own rooms can be accommodated on moderate terms. Fen* Information address Home, Broadway Post office. A LADY, HAVING MORE ROOM THAN SHE RE (ji.irewould J"t afnrnl-bed Room to on#* or two geqr Union Call at 61 West Thirty-second street, corner of Broadway, A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A FRONT ROOM, on .''-"cond floor, to gentleman and wile or two sln^lo gen I! men, with or wvhuut Board. Aj>) l\ lor two days at 10 Cottage place, Iwtwoen HI - ?e'.er and Houston streets. 4 PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING AT r?S WEST TWEN TY ty-tliird street, between Fifth and Sixth avimiics, will let two or three Pai !<?:**, with Bedrooms attached, with Board, to families or single j:<?n'lemon. BOARD.?SPITS OF ROOMS. WITH BOARD. CAN BE obtained In the lu-st dii^s lions** No. 37 TV est Kighu* nth street. Also small Rooms lor single gentlemen. Family small. BOARD?AT US EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, WITH handsomely tui ni?1.? d Rooms on the second floor; also one Room on third floor; first class house, with French table Dinner at six o'clock. Ijest of reference given and required Board.?a few single gentlemen can be Ac commodated w.Hi ple.isuut Rooms at 71 West Twenl$ sixth street. Diuner a< ty^ o'clock. Board.?superior accommodations for gen tlcmen and wIv h or single vtentfemen. House replete with modern conveniences and ek-gaiitiy furnished; falde fit bi c as* mid d naer at 0; family small. Call at OS St. Clark's place, near Second avi nue. BOARD.-PAFTIE8 desiring BOARD CAN EX" amine gratis our Board Registry, con* lining full par" Honiara ot Urst< l iKS house*, and save themselves much time and trouble, Parties v i- hiie: lw>urders charged an entry foe ol fcl. Gouei'iil A;, iii'i, t*i Nassau street. BOARD.-66 LAI GUT STREET, FACING ST. JOHN'S l'ark.?A large Iron', Room on secxiud lioor, with gas, hot and cold water; also an attic Room. Board.?a furnished room to let for a goalie man and wife, nod single Room for a g* titloman. Strioiiy private family. Apply tt^4 Pike street. Board and the French language.?apart ments and Board mav bo obtained at the Freueh estab lishment of r?ofessors M!?'l k Fezandle, 10 Union square, with the privilege of conversation in French and free at* tendanee at the Hanses. lecturer readings, Ac. Soirees held in the house. Reference* required. Board for the winter, near union square. Very pleasant second story R >oms, furnished or unfur nished, may be had by i? \ mall family, or,two or threegentle men, a; 46 East, Eightecith street, wear Broadway. The house has all the modern improvements, and location de sirable. Board for man and wife, with furnished parlor and elo-et, fire and gas included, for $12; also a Room over tl_p parlor for a man and wife, fire and gas In cluded. tor $10; Rooms and Board for single gentlemen from $1 i<>$Sat If West 1 tvttut.v eighth street. Board wanted?with unfurnished rooms, by a gentleman, wife. Infant and servant, in a private fa i mliy; ':<..>d Jp-athai (west side and near Broadway pre: crr.'d), where the comfort?* of a home ean lie enjoyed. Board, with 1 tire and gas, not to exceed ^tiO a month. Address li. B. G., Herald oilw*\ Board wanted?fob a gentleman and his wife and infant; a Slttingrootn and??!-'droom; the house must have the modern conveniences; Mn a house where no other Imardntu are taken, and a widow's preferred;'comfort and plain fare all that Is expected; up tow a or wlOrin two or three miles of the <ity will suit; not more than from $52 to $30 per month will be j>ald, including zap and fire, in odvauce if desired. Addle** Mrs. It., box C8 Brook ly n Post otioe. BOAKD W ANTKl\~MrANTEJ),~BY A YOUNG WOMAN, full Board m r. quiet private tantffv. |Lisaiioti i>!twoefi Fourth and Tweuty-i'mirtn streets, Broadway an I E'?hth avenue. She would be willing tj do some fiewm^ i?r light horsework to pay lor part of hsrboartl, which is not to ex ceed to m?i* w"ek. References exchanged. Addicts M. H., box 153 Herald oOice. Board wanted.?a gentleman and his son de*;!c two rtK/nis, one of which nmj be n small one, with breaktast and tea, in a prirate family, above IM- eckcr street and between Fourth and Sixth avenues. Price not to excced 06n w,eek. Address J. M. \N'.. Hernia oflkft. Board wanted-in a pkivate wrrn ii ni'l<nv, fur n fathi-r nod litu son, u Inn betwtrn ? hi fo nod four y< .ir? old, wUora tba child nm hnve a good home

niidtkc b.*t of c?re. AtlilrcM, Mali4^, term >, boilti Uera!d rll oc. J-HfLADELPHTA TAJIILY IIAVR I > opcu'Kj thp ipnRlou* ?ud i li'flhle lio f, Us Ninth ! "I, hi'iwcen llroart wtiy julil K .urth nvenuc, njui fun ac .. . oda ftuiilUca wltli Uciliuuius, wlUi r?rjyf? alfuchtil, a3 *re)i a lew tingle fculleinoi^ ^ IfAKDINO AND LODGING, BOARDING?IN FOURTEENTH BTREET, HETWEKN Filth avenue and Union square. The First Floor, comprising two large parlor* and extension room, handsome ly furnished, iu a ur*t rla^s house, uh above, can be had, with private table, if required. AIck> Suit of Rooms on the sec*ntd l!o r. Address B. M,, box (ski Pout ollice. Ueicronces exchanged. IIBOOKLYN?TO LET, with BOARD, A LARGE 9 Room, eontuiuiiiK hot and cold w.iter,?&<?>?? is, Ac., to two ntlemen, or a lady and gentleman; bath on the same floor;, also a ll'icni torn siugit1 gentlrman; dinnernt6)? o'clock. Apply lit l'.?8 Clinton btreet BOARD IN BROOKLYN.?A l-'KW ?lENTLEMKM OAN Ihj accommodated with Board and pleasant rooms, on reasonable terms, at"44 Nassau atr> et. Kelt renres required. "OPARD IN BROOKLYN.?A GENTLEMAN AND .1 > wile, or gentlemen, ran be aceommodatcd with very desirable Rooms and Hoard, within ?a few minutes' walk of Fulton or Wall street ferries; the house contain* the mo. dern improvements. Dinner at half-past six. Apply at 20 i.linton street. Brooklyn height#,?to let, two neatly fur ni&hed Rooms, with Hoard, on the second lloor, suitable for a /{etitlcman and w te or single p-ntlemcn. Also a plea sant single Room. Within three minutes' walk of Pulton ferry. Terms moderate. Apply at 18 Willow street. Brooklyn heights-two neatly furnished Rooms on the second floor, suitable for a loutlem.tn and wife, or a family, with Board; also a Room for a slngh* ?en tleman. Apply at 18 Wiliow street, three minutes' walk from Fulton ferry. Brooklyn heights.?a large, pleasant room, tt? let to two gentlemen, at $3 a week. Also, a splendid kootn foraceutlemau and wife. House lirst class, bath, gss, furmice, Ae., near the ferries; diuner at six o'clock. Apply at 24.1 Hieks street. Desirable rooms to let?in suit or hinglk. with Board, at .'*8 We<t Ninth street, betweon Fifth and Sixth avenues. I FRENCH HOARD.?A FRENCH FAMILY WILL LET s ?me ni<e furnished Looms, second story, with fi;?t class Board. Price moderate. Apply at 10 V\ t ?t Tulrtecnth street, near Fifth avenue. TilURNISHED PARLOR AND THREE OTHER ROOM8 I1 to let?To three or foui k< nil men, w itli MrAaku.st and Tea if requited; \ rvutr family ; lto? >?? iii.st class. 175 East Tenth street, couvenb nt to Broadw FURNISHED PARLOR ANI) BEDROOM t)R BEDROOM alone to let, to one or two ifctitien on, with hfaakfiist if desired, in a private i imily. 1'iqdire at No. ftO East Twelfth street, between Broadway and Fourth uvenue. References required. , IjlUnMSIIED h6oM8?TO I.KT TO OKNTLKMSN without Board, at 371 Fourth street, near Lafayette place. IjlURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?WITHOUT BOARD, OR with breakfast only, tppy at 78 Lexington avenue, Furnishl* rooms to let?a suit of large airy Rooms, well ftlrnlfuied and connected, lo let, u'uh out Do.ml. Also an o.lice, Miltable Jor a physieiau or dentist. Terms low; location desirable. Apply ai 80* Bond street. IjMRMSHED ROOMS TO LET TO GENTLEMEN? Without Board or with breakfast only. Appiy at iill Fourth street, second block west of Broadway. Furnished rooms to rent.?a gentleman and wife, occupying a first class brown stone house, iu neiitftborbuod of Fifth Avenue Hotel, will rent t< Llu^lc gen tlemen or gentleman and wife on" entire Floor, * itli nil mo dern in?pn?vements. Also, Basement Ofilce. Apply at 72 East Twetiiy-t flint street. /GENTLEMEN BOARDING UP TOWN', AND PAYING VT high prices for poor ao*ommodal!?>ns. wishing t-< econa n lse or reduce their expenses during the haul times, will lindat N >. H-) White, street, one door east of Broadway, a good (able, pleasant rooms, pas, baths, and everything as ne;?r like homo as possible, at \ ei^ reasonable prices. Rofor enees required. HIGHLY DESIRABLE A< vom"m[) \T10NS FOR families and single gentlemen, ui a i.ist ?ia.-s hi>use. Rooms furnished or unfurn shed. Fine locality?84 West Twenty-fourtli s'reel, between Broadway and Sixth avenue, near Fifth Avenue Hotel. Homes onthk european plan \ small faiii ly of resjcctnldl'ty wishing u> live piivatsiy eiin rent two or three iiue p.i<nms clr.ro to Madison > m?>io, with the scrvii-es of s plain co. k, uufurnishr??!, for a month. For cArds apply to Mr. DEPUY, 20i KL'tU avenu?. MBS M. B. SUMNER, NO |2 WEST T W E NT Y-K f N T11 s'lflet, hasom* 1 njie and two tjiftaller Room ', sun sL fur gentlemen, not yet disposed of for the wn.ter, all lutu^s SGinSlyflirnMied. Jler house has been enlarged and im proved, and a lanndry added. ONE pit TWO FAMILIES desiring BOARD IN A *111.111 family of kwwii persons, where there will be qo other bonders, iu a voji! low.itlou, just below Union square, Can aadrcss Walwlth, box 1,7^5 Post of'Ve. IIOOMR WANTED?BY A SINGLE OBNTLBMAK, IN A L private : tmily; a liaud^oinely furnished iTetlimim and P.uI t, wi ll parlial Board. T/oeatloti between Clinton pluee (Uiifhlh htrcot) and West Fourtrmith street. Noboardli^j h<juse ncftl apply. Addi box l.fiJd Post ofilce. Room wanted?suitable fob sleepiko APArr liicnts, by ayotm^mun, without Board, in the vicinity of E?tex market preferred. Addre-s S. A., station B Post otliee, Orund street. QUPEItlOR ACCOMMODATIONS?FOR TWO GENTLE O men of quiet liabiu, in the pleanantly flituated uttd well forninhed honse of n l-uly without family. The Rooms are lutv.f* and imti'lson)''. Breukfcuit w utld bi served oud r*ir term* exiveted. Appl? at A7 Eu*t Eleventh ?tretr, next St. Mnrk'? cnuivh. mo GENTLEMEN.?ONE OK TWO NEWLY FURNISHED J Room* to let, v. ith or without B ?ard, in a small private l..Lnih . "?s and bmh iii thi' house: tertmi moderate. A} j?ly i?i 53 )<e^liip.ton avenue, one d#or above 'i'wenty-tiftli stret t. TWO FURNISHED FROM' ROOMS TO LET?WITH Board, at 1GI and 103 ilud&o* street, second tloor, oppo site St. John's Park. TO LET?WITH HOARD, A ROOM ON TIIE SECOND flour,lor two K1- ntlemcu, or a cetitUnwm and lit* wife, with two large elo-ma. Ilonse contains nil the Hit prorcneiili, and ii vi itiu naif a b -"k of the fUtlli kt^im earn, ('all at34 King street. Helen noes j;lvcu and required. mo RENT FOR BOARD?A THREE ?TOHrY AND EASE .1 nu-nt b: !< >; ho:i??, in iirooklyu, mipplir 1 wi".i ??ts, hot aud e<>ld wat? r, biilhrentn, k*- , lar#e yard, lor Bouwl of -? g* nt> ninn, wife ami < hlld: n bit in living and* cornpurd ?nable home desired. Apply at 37 Park row, New York, roou. iM. rno RENT, WITH BOARD?A HAND OMH ROOM ON X the second floor, front; also, gome s.nali ftoenirf. sufui Me for gentlemen yr sirutle ladies. Term* very mode into. 71 West Twenty-* ?venth street, near Sixth avenue. TXTAMTBD?1BOARD FOB 0|ipBUH AM) WOT, >t on rait side, between Twenty-tilth mi TMrty-Iiftlt i R'reeie. Price not to cxeeed $10. Address, 1or two days, II. j M , Mftdison square Postoflloe. TIT"ANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, A ? f second or third story, neatly iurnlsled Room, with modern improvement*, and en adjoining m1 room, with Board*, location between Third and Si\tli avenues and Tenth to TSventy.fourth streets. Addnss, stating terms, Ac., E. and II., Herald ofliee. Q9 rn TO $3 50 PER WEEK FOR TWO GENTLE *J\' men.?A large furnished front and baek Koora to let, together or sej 'tratn; house has stone front and plea sant location. Arply at li St. Luke's plaoe, Leioy Mt?et, near Hudson. "i> ntiit^on the door. nTH STREET.?183 WEST ELEVENTH BTREET.? Beautn el Parlor on Ui -t Hsor; also, a fnnjt Room, suit able for igenih-man an l wife, r i* single fjentlcihriti, nfhl one sLiule Iloom, all furnished with lirst < ! :> ? furniture, to Jet, wih Board. House contains all modern improvements. Re ferences exchanged. *1 Q ST. MARK'S PLACE.?FFRNfSHED APARTMENTS lO for two single ^ent!<men vitdiing to mom together'*' for a genUeman, in an English family, with or without Ixard. O I UNI VERHITY PLACE. CORNER NINTH STREET.? Jj'.r Elegantly furnished Apar rio-nts en suite, with full Board, or private f tble if preferred, to let. AN ? very denim hie single ltooins. House furni*h!d with aii of the*modern improvements. References requited. O I WEST NINTH STREET.?ROOMS TO LET, WITH 1 or without Board. Referents exchanged. QQCLINTON PLACE, EIGHTH STREET.?I ir-RMSIIED ? ?7 Parlor and Bedroom (Hi the Nccond tioor, to let, with or without Board. OA CLINTON PLACE, NEAR BROADflSjfr.?DESIRA* Ov Rooms on second floor for a party g^^B>tl"ni< n <e- a family. Also a I'arlor on m>?t lloor, ban'dfl|H^v l'uriiUaed. pinner at C o'. lock. O I HT. MARK S PLACE.?HANDSOMELY FURNISH- j 0*? ed iioo'ij)-, In auiU or single, to lei, with Board. Re- | l'erenws ex<:l.w.n^ed. o - BAST TWELFTH 8TK1SET, 8BTWBER BBOAO O'J wiy mid tnivri^lyr plipc.?Eli-gmitly fiimUht'd Hnurns on Kiiim, w.lli private liililf li prr.fcrrad, or lull Board, to let. Snpi'i lor nocommo(latioai? for prlTBte rmit lirts. Also ?evrral ulagle Booms. Bot'erenc?s ex(4iuagc<l. '> 7 BANK STREET, NKAR FOURTH SIBKET.?A O I gf inlpman and wli? or two single KPiillcmnn can o?>. tuiu ooiniiindloiw and plcafmut Iikih, Itic nn, wlib li unl. I,'pU-iisant, and convfmlentto si-vr?A routes nud Eigbih avenue mi.. iintli, gun, Ac. EAST TAT.I.1T1I ST It EE T, BTBTWB1H BBOAD OD w?> and Unlven-ltjr plmc.?Elegantly furnl?lied Booms <mi nilte, with private taliie it pretijrred, or lull IJ'urd, to kt; superior nn nintnnilialons l'r.r jirft ate fainil!(?. Also several single Koomik lletircno ? estu uiii?iL rji\VAIUCK STREET, BELOW ('ANAI .-A HANDSOME I furnished Parloi and lledrontn, l?xI8, :uel v ry loliv, to let, clie',;,, with or without Board; tan, Uuh and privilege of Bt-John's parlc. 7"| WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET, BETWEEN IX Fifth and Klxih avenue*.?Room on the (mirth Il?or, nicely furnished, suitable for two slncli- gentlemen. Also Full* of Rooms on the third floor, furnished or anl'iimblied, for families. Terms moderate lor the locality. Releivnee required. TO TENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE.?I1AND JLi somel.v furnished Ap.irlments, en mite mul single, w Itli full Board, or pi irate t:ibl? if preferred, to let to respect able parties. O/k EAST TWENTY FIRST STREET.?CO LET, A OO suit of batidsomclr lurnMie l lto m-. suitable for a family, with private table if desired; lauiulun oue of the flu(v,t in the o(iy, one door trom L< vlii|;t'?ii avenuo; park r.ri Vllege. Q(\ NINTH STltEET. BETWEEN T.'NIVERSITY PLACE CO and Fitth avenue. To'r?nt, with Bonnl, ? lw?'m<'iiL suitable for a pkyt-telstra olllcfi or uvo gentlemen; also two single rooms tor g? i.etuen. References excbunnd. Din ner at o'clock. DO NINTH STREET.?A LARGE ROOM (FI'RNISIIKD) OO uu second nlmy will b? rente,!, with Board, to !??,. sl i. c!e gentlemen or to u gentlemaw and wile; also n small Room an third story. Arplleatlon 'o lu- niadt a i", Ninth slr?^, feeHvcen t'ntversly place nnd Fifth avenue. H I ' ('LINTUN* I'LAt'E, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE.?TO t/1 let, st;cond story front Ro .inj, nti.l others, sulet or singly, with or w ithout lint class B .aid. Reforeucos alvwi and 1. quired. " QO OREENE STREET, ABOVE KPRTNO?A!.*?TON ?It? House.?EI< gantly furnlsliedsuitsaf Roonia, wllii i?a? CrotoD water, sml cVvry coai enlenco for hwiseki*rh>e eeo nominally; partlculnrty - 4ted lor sn nil, roepcotublu Mmliles. Ri ut low to p< rmancnt U'nanip. in.", WEST FOURTEENTH STREET,?A Sl'IT OF XV/.7 Booiiis onthe se<v:.-l and third l. .is, and a Rnom for.'i single gentleman Will, iio:ir;!. The hou c no I sltuati m arc the beat ujj tlio street, si>d< om':lne clegauco wltli every oomfort. BOARDING A !V1> liODOIIVO* 100 WI:? T FOURTEENTH STREET.?TO LET, WITH A\/?/ It* An), two Uii'fie I runt Rooms, on the upper Hour, ijuiiui'le f(,r iwo, three or fouryouni; men; locution excellent, lernis moderate and lt??ar?t first elass. Dinner at six. 11 0 liLKE(;KER ST R K ET, W K ST (> F AND N K V R J Ly Broadway.?Pleasantly furnished Rooms to lei, with or without Ho.u'd, single or in suits. Meals servod In room8 if debited. Transient boarders accommodated. Location Itle.tft.tnl and central. HQ WAVPRLEY PLAGE.- HANDSOMELY FUBNISH I If/ ed Ro< ni)i, on second and third Honrs, for mat-Tied Kcntletncn; also Rooms for sinjp? centiemon. r?*i ki ? mode rate. Bath room, e.as, and all rc<pdalte ??ommodirtlons I'or the coming seasons i?? suit first class boarders. 199 WAVEKLKY PLACE -TO LET, FURNISHED, J fiout Parlor, with Bedroom, with or without Hoard, to tv -? single gentlemen or fciitleninn and vile. 197 ClIKYsTfE STREET?FURN1 i?! 1 El) UO >MS TO 1 _j I 1**1, with or without Hoard. Also, a lew ladi. can be accomodated with Hoard. m i:\ST FOURTEENTH STREET.?A FINE SUIT o lt'?i nu; aUo a single Parlor, lor gentlemen, in a hand*' no* live s'ory Innwu stone house, convenient to cait and omnilniM<??. Lo: ution unexceptionable. 1*^7 WEST ELEVENTH STREET 'TWO OR T.I SEE i 19 | furnished Rooms o rent, with or wLhoitt Hoard; ai?i? a small Hook aud Music S*..re to rent low; also Stock and Fixtures lor tale, cheap; V,\Sixth avenue. 1 ||| WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?PLEASANT SUITS I I"" oi UuM.s, either furnish* d or unfurnished, for tfeu t!emeii and tl < r wives or single U-ntleinen. Tctm* mode late, llcht of references kIvi n and required. 1 louse ha.. the modern c >nv> nienct .. Neighborhood ^ood. 1 "[? PRINCE STREET?ST. CLAIR HOUSE.?KLE J ? M ) Kant:y furnished Rooms with H -1 rooms attached, i wuii till ib?' ? wiveuicuces for housekeeping complete, In elin.'.',; I'tiH and ? i 'Ion water, to let to respectable families or single gentlemen. I Q9 BLEECKER STREET.?IIAND.Sti.MELY FUR 1 ? nl-lo .1 Rooms, dlugl" or ill suit, t > let, with B'lnrd, on m nlcraie lerins I'or the winter; also a l'ront Basement, suitable for business or a family. 1 QO FOURTH STREET.?PLEASANT FURNISH ED r it ?oio? I or single !;e'?:l?ineu, \ i'.li full or pa:'lil Hoard, can I e obtained at lie above number, at prices to suit the times. Location unsurpassed. 91 (1 K,'M STREET.?JACKSON HOUSE, THE LOV EST ^i'' rented ami most comfortably and conveniently fur nished Apartments in ihe cliy, to "meet the wants of' miihII ISiiitd'-s, \viih i \cry requisite' furniture. Linen, cooking range, and utensils, gas and Crotou water. ?>70 FOURTH STREET.?FURNISH ED ROOMS, ? ' I <' wit bout board, in a private lamily. Prices to suit the lime*. / J I Q BROADWAY? PLANTER S HOTEL. PARTIES "J'fO looking for board can find elegantly furnished RiNintH, s 11 itaM? ? for familb'K or Nlu^i** genilemen; hums rea sonal !'-. j.immI laidc; location convenient for business men; dintier at i?l\ o'clock. ? ' 1 - ? ??? 7f'0 HROAPWAV, BETWEEN EKillTH AND NINTH 4 l)?) streets.?One *.?:? Room on lirst lloor and Rooms on Hcrnnd ll"'?r 10 li*t, furiiiiihed. Honre lias all modern Improvements and is in a pleasant location. Terms inodo rate. COUNTRY HOAHO. Board in flatbusii.-a few gentlemen, or m uilfjm ?? and tlndr wives, can be accommodated on very reasonable terms in a private family, inquire at the Washington Hotel, just beyond the toll gate. HOTELS. fTlllE ST. J \MES HOTEL, CORNER OF FOURTEENTH .JL Kfrc? t atiS Fourth uvi-tiue, having been tlioin.i^lt; , renova te \ and newly furnished. In now op n F;itnlli- or siu de :Mi tiemc:t can be neeointnodated with Rooni:?, without board or with incah e rved as desired. CLOTHING^ A GREAT DEMAND FOR CLOTHING.?LADIES AND JV gentlemen liavlngany east c?(T elotliing, furnihtre, ear pets and jewelry, will receive the lit#best jn? by calling or addieMi;t?f*C. W1SII, 802 Seventh a\ enue, between Twenty ninth iiu<lTl<li tieth stn cin. Ladi > attended by Mrs. Mtan. A T EZEKIEL'S OLD STAND?LADIES AND GENTS can obtain the followingprieeH for their cant-off' VY" .r ln^ Apparel. From $"? to $25 for silk dresm^; fr? m Ifi? to 5>15 for coats, Mil l from $1 to $5 for pant i; also carpet.s, j-nvoIiv, Ae. A note by post punctually attended to by EZUKlEL, 13$ S? venth 'avenue, betweeu Nlfietecuth au<l Twenticih streets. LadVs attended to by Mrs. K. Attention, ladies and gentlemen.?tf you wish to dispose of your east oil* \Vt*aiii>K Apparel, Car pets, Jewelry, A?'., ami to obtain llu* full value l'ur the same, jijra*n call on or ArhtrcHg at once tlie 6M buyer, Jfl. Han i?, &5"? Bowery, opposite Great Jones street. Ladles attended b?y M: . H?iH . A TTIIP; NEW STAND. M Tllll D AVENUB, LADIE0 Ji and gents can se Mire the full value for their ? mi < T Cl 'thing, ' y calling on or addressing C. Jacobs, 2'.W Third av< nue, between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth streets. Ladies alien led by Ml- R Jacobs. A GREAT QUANTITY OF CAST OFF CLOTHING Furniture, Carpets and Jewelry wanted, to simply tlie V<-stern market?I pay as follows:?for silk dre-sas from $10 to $Uu; coats irom $<> to $IS; pun Is trom $lf?)to$5. Call ott*or nib-tress A. Ducas, 218 Bev nth avenue, between Twenty-fourth and Twcnty-lhth streets. Ladle# attended by ?Mih. ?>, A BETTER CHANCE 8TKLL.-411000 WOB. H OF OAST JY. ofl' CNuhinr; wanted for the Western and California mar kets.?Ladles and gentlemen, if you wish to secure flu; full value i >r your clothing, carpet#, furniture, jewelry, Ac., the be? t you ean do i: to call on or send a not* to B. Mints, Ne. 137 Sixth avenue, where you may lie Mire to resetw Mtjr perceni more, than from any other denier. Lfulics atb niaa by Mi'H.'llint/.. No. 137 Sixth avenue, between Tenth .nd Eleventh streets. ABB1 IBB CHANCE FOB LADIES AND GENTIAMEN to dispose of their east ofT C.othin^, Furniture. Carets and Jewelry. 1 guarantee; ti? pay .VJ uer cent tnure than any other duller. Call on or address J. AN HALT, IWHeventn avenue, between Twentieth and Twenty-lirst streets. Lane;-, atteuded by Mrs. AnUufit. (1ALIFORNIA AGENCY, 383 NINTH AVENUE. OPPO J polite the liliu I Asylum.?$'J0.tM>U worth o; Lollys' nn?4 . Gentlemen's Clothing, Furniture. Carpets, Jewelry, Fire Anns, Bedding, Ac., Wasted iuinvd-ntely, lor the Ottl'iforuta morket, for which tin* holies; pri> ts \* IT1 he paid. As wc Iiav.M the agency for on<* or the larg-st. welablfnb merits in Ca lifornia, We are enabled ?*> oiler better Inducements than any otJi-r houwe In the city. (will on or address Wis. .1. GOLDSTEIN, Ninth avenue. Gentleman attended to by Mr. Goldstein. mo THB LADIES AND GBBTLEMBlf OF MEW YORK. J. Brooklyn an ! vicinities.?-I am new frftin* the highest CH?h price lor ladies nnd gentlemen's Cast Off Clothliuj. By cslliiia on or addressing a note to J. A., No. I'M) El^htli are nue, flivt floor, over the store, will meet with prompt atten tion. Entrance private door. DEmSTBY. Artificial "gumotype * teeth.?beautiful prices extraordinary; guaranteed hist clas.. dentistry; fi\ ? ? premiums awarded. Silver sets from $H; rubber $i't; K ?11 patent vul r nite $21; bSnule teelh $1; extriu tlnjf teeth v. ithout pain. National Dental Gallery, Sixth nveuue, corner of Twenty-second street. D . MANHON, Dentist. Artificial bonk filling for decayed teeth, inserted while soft and giving no pain. Aching t'-etli, or mere shells, can be fiiled ami pn . erved by the (!,s' Over? r, J. 1'e.irson, M. D. Ksom.. h&m Br.'.idway, west sble, one door above beventeiuith street. N. iJ.?Beware of ihe trashy Imitations ?u uheap operatwrn. \ BTIFICIAL TEKTII Dlt ! t TUEU Dl'M'.'ST II il n a removed, but still eoir ;i,u ? at I.^Six'Ji avenue, tween Tenth and El 'Viuilh streets, to insert b autil uiaiid siib^tantiaJ set^, on pure stiver, lor $S; on line gold and 'pl .Una, $25; single t. etn, $1. Teeth filled and extrnen d the least pain, i;\ ?l wiiliout free/iug or injuriug tho ^oms . Superioi bone liiiing only W, and a?l work war ranted. J .EXTRACTING TEETH WITHOUT PAIN?BY AN E.V j tirely new process, perfoHK' simple and harmless, with out ehloryfonn, oilier, electricity or poisonous drugs, and without unpleasant after results. Dil. Lt'TJIER, Senior, Dentist (invent' r), lOi East Twenty-second street. Superior Dentistry at the lowest prices. AKTIiCMLOG V. A BONA FIDE A? TK')LOO 1ST.?.MADAME WILSON t dls the objwet of vour visit, gives inaf;ie charms and good 1 lie k for life free ol' charge; tells all the eve Ms of life. unseat and future. CoeMihatlons en biislnes.t, marriajzesaud i oiu t>:hli*", tinTftiliu^', This i.. the most wonderful .-is trelozisl of'the a#e. Give lor a call, you will uot retfict It. No Iw Allen street, near Stanton, ovm* the LaAery. I'li ase pull the ball ou l walk r%ht up stairs. Oliargc, for ladies and L'OUtleuien, 60 cents. C1LAIUVOYA.VCE. ? MRS. SEVMOUi:S MEDICAL J riKMiis a!*? removed to No. 101 West Fifteenth street, corner of Sixth avenue, entraneo on Fifteenth street. Coi sultatlons on slcknoss, business, absent friends, &c., and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. Mxdamk haryey can* inform her many friends and the pubtfo of all tb^ events of life. It you wish the truth give her a call, at 2(12 Rhin^ton street, lr ar Columltfa. Ladies 25 cents; guatl'. inon W cents. Hours from 9 11 ft 8. I fPIIE GREATEST WONDER IN THE WORl.D IS THE ; 1 young and accomplished Madainc BYRON, from Pans. who can be oonsultad with the stneteat confidence on all I affairs of life, embracing love, courtship, business and sick ik*>s; restores drunken and nnfalthful husi>ands; lias a se cret t?? make you beloved by yi?nr heart's Idea!, and brings together those long m ^ pa rated." Ladles 25 cents, pntlemen 50 cents. Residence No. 90 Third avenue,above Twelfth street MEDICAL. AFFLICTED RESTORED?IGNORANCE EXPOSED? Fallacies unmasked.?Dr. LARMONT'S Paris, Lendnn I and New York Medical Adviser and Marriage Guide In I forms the dc*>lHtated and diseased, including those who are j Ignorant of the cause of their HI health, and who have been disappointed in their physicians, of the most certain and cotivci.h nt mode of cure." Mailed for $1 by RICHARDSON, No. 1 Veseystreet; DEXTER A CO., 113 Nassau strv. t;and DEW1TT, 13 Frankiorf stxi et; or the author, 047 Broadwav, up stairf. Dr. r. cohhi-tt. member of the m'.w york University Medical College, ntid College ot Surgeons, L- ?;<! n. can be consulted with the most honorable ooaleleii' e or. private diseases, at his office, 20 Centre strict, n^sr C-hairi ! lien- stieet. X. B.?Sec Dr. C.'s diplomas in Li.s oflice. Pri vate entrance at No. C City Ilall place. DR. COOPER, Nrt. 14 DI ANE STREET, MAY BE Cn\ suited ?;a ail diseases of a certain nature. Twenty-ci&i't i years exclusively devoted to these complaints enable him t? warrant a cure hi all cases. The victuas of mkndaced confi ! deuce in medical pretenders can call, wUh a certaiuty ot be ing radically cured or no pay. DR. It. A. BARROW, 191 BLEECKBR STREET, FOUR doors from Macdmigal, N. V, may be confidentially eon I suited, as usual, In all cases of dobility and Impurities of the system, acquired or htTeiitary, from 11 till t and fiom 4 till 1 8"; Sundays till ?. _____ D' R LINES CAN BE CONSULTED ON ALL DISEASES of 1*enisles with unparalleled success, at W East Seven* i teecith street, near Third avenue. | *pvR. WARD TREAT* AM. DISBARS OF FEMALES I 1/ wih nsp*t all? led mh<c-?ii.?Something for every lady, h Great It wrjk -hw. Oiii? <? It I.S'rht Mreet. H ammond o* nervous, si'EciALmsEASEs, mar. i x . v t. Ill <' I' \ I* 1>--' +S ?. 1 V?msf strei V 1111E "CONCENTRATED CURE" FOR NERYOUS DE blllt;*, formerlv void at 742 Bt vadway, can be obtained by j addi "ssl: ?! C. K. BlNs A C*.. Boseobel, Woalchestcr c.oanty N. Y. lr j ? \ er rU i >i. ? nl bj n all. Send for a elre r. , U'( N 1 ' L 8UCCES8 OF DR. \, u LAIGH r | f? street.?Certain cliseaacq *wred in hall li e usual time J E.*?d at half the chaig? fl? TUB TUIlir. IiASifiopf course.?the great twenty mile match fur $3,000 will conic ot! on Thursday, October 10: I'. Matthews names s. m. Luilr McKcuzey. Uituin Woodruff, br. ni. Milk .Maid, lialn or slime. ' 1 flASniOM PLEASURE <2 HOUND ASSOC! ATI Off. Fashion (Jonrue.?Wednesday, October i>, 1861, at half I'nit two P. ,\J Purse and n? ik?* $21)1). Mil.' Iw'ifn; br4l| three lu live to wagons. E. Wright enters r. m. .Sally Ann. Oeorge^ Maekcy. * in. Lady Queen. Richard Pes wall, b. m. Lady Emma. Wilson Lawretuv, b. h. Silas Wright. Inaao P?*ue, g. !i. .Ttin M? rgati. Edward Mott, J?. g. Ueorge. P.outs will leave Fulton market, Janfes slip and Thirty* fonrth street f? rrles In time to connect with the 'iiMii ter pa.il one o'clock tram to the course. Also, stages will leav# Thirty-fourth street every live minutes. ,I(>SEPH C HOC HE RON, Manager. National horse fair?at the hartford Trot i lug l*ark. Hartford, Conn , on Tuesday, Wedne* day and Thursday, October ri, D and 1 0, KSGl, under the mail' a^eniciitof the Hartford Hoi se Association. Arrangemsilti have I ?ecu made with the New York and Hurt lord Stettin* b< at Line, and with the Railroad linen count indenting wlto llartlord, to carry horse* at hall price, or "fme one way.?* Numerous entries have already been made, and information revived of in in \ i it lu rs thai are coming, Including several of tlic moHt ci b>) (?'? ?>?( h<? i*.?? m 1m the country. The division of tin* Trotting 11 r.-c- in several classes, arranged according to their cd, ii c. iH u. h general approbation, and will call to gether several n-11-..! \v. It ni tf lied, yotiuu ami wneedy trot 11:horses; nh. c the i irvcr nisruosiol $300and will bo coutpced for l.y .-oral tU? ? fastest trotters u the turf. Alt ikfeiher illih r.tir will pivM*ut great attractions to the loveih of good horse* and l ie port. TTNION Col'itSE, L. I.?TliOTTlNU.?ON TUESDAY, vJ October W,.?? 3 ?> c'i. iiia' It uu SltK), mtie heats, Im-sI three 111 live, lit ban:1 .? *, \ or |-.,N. i>. pfiler names b ?tuition Youi., ?J;u Lsoti; C. Y -i-uue. ? -.?>? ho-hc. Tocorne oft on a good day. SHAW .v WUlTE, Proprietors. lion? ::k, < viuuAtu*:*, ac, Ahorse. cai;ria;e and harness for sale. Tlie earriit e and lrtrn? h?* are near.y new, having been its d but a shortiini?\ T ie Inr e in pe i' I\ sound, kind an I gentle T!? ywid b ? sol i at a low price as the ownci has not NUtr.e.cii use for them. Imiulre of Mr. Hamlin, at Dr. Chilton's . e . l?rln? e street. 1j*0R SALE?A HANDSOME DAPPLE <?RAY MARE, I eight year Id. nil. n Jiai:d.-? ..!i?, kind a:td gentle, 'lllbl* for Cell!: al Park dr.\ ;tg orol:o-r M. Apply to Y.M. !?'. OSRORN. N ?. I'J ?et, from 7 to D A. M. amt 1 ??? i 1'. M. :abl? for t'et ! al Park d i,.; or oi . i li^ht w?)i'k. Price ?Un. A|jply to M. F. OHliORN. N ?. U \\?.it Mm teenth strci L't?H i-'ALi: -A X> \ R !v chi ST.\ ITT M A HE, lftK HANDS I hi^h, ? iiiiml an: k nIn I. 11. ?aid to-a Idle; can trot in 3.10. C in be ? oc.t lor . -k at Walker s stable, Mercef stieet, between Amity and Fourth streets. ITIOR SALE-TWO HEAVY CAPT HORSES, CHEAP, fur .sit; one Canadn I St i I. atoiit I ft ha ads hUh, and onet.ir; 11 ise, about a. t.d*> hi en yi . iH <dd; sold for want of use. Apply to PATRICK. LYONS*, Cypress llilla Plank lioad, m ar Rni^ewood la -e.ndr. TJIOR KALE?A PAIR OF WELL MATCHED IRON II j,ray Mari s, b 'il ls hl^li, hix ami seven years old; very st\ lisl . Also ii t ??? ? neule.d .? hiftin^ top \\ .^<>u and don ble set of llarne s. re w l ir.' M y. W ill i?e sold ? heap, tjmn be seen at II West Tha t eitthhlie , Iioiutfto 12 A. M. I4loJt SALE?A PAIR OF HORSES WITH CARRIAOH an 1 Harnev ilr >t y Us Ii ni lar . ; co!?.i bay and light eheMnnt, partly thoroi, hi... d; curia^e un i harness in good ord< r. The propert,. of a ? mini *vho h is no fur* lite.- use lor th in. Cln *p ! su. Apply at tlio irvina stables, 4S E??'t Filtei*u:!t st r i ,.r i'ot.nii avi line. IjlOR SALE?A l'ATP. OF IJAV HORSES. KK1HT YEARS old, mm.nd an I kind, !'? Itaiios Id^li, weight i,.v'1)l!-s. Sold lol'want of t. ?. l'u?.- ?lftj. I'iii be seen al CLu'? stable, Portland aveaue, Bit) <vlyu, beiuecii Atluiitic l-'nltou avei I^.h: sale?a ltc?it coaiui, with sicVtino Quarter-ar.d ('uii.ii,'-, ^^,,,1 as new; will e s?ld loi JilVl. Also, lluj-li-ess .4: I I'i -.prt ? Wa ;oiih, ;;tl si/.es; also, (Iils. . f various stylos; Ln-.. ;br, Ac. AiU'.v at - ?o Seventh Ave ue. w M. HAFFKRTV. j^ORSALE-A HACK COACH; ALSO, HOUSES, ILVR 1 ne . ,t,- . will b'- sold ? b m|i for?i. Iiifiirc ' orner of Tiiirty-scvcnth Mreei and Eleventh avonue, in the inpioi store. Horses wanted.?a first rate sixteen hands coach Horse, who can t;o t?. t'.l-ce to !? ul." lit11;lit* s; ah?u a ' .iIr - ?' 1. J3 h irnis, 11 ?tti11 * ii??i.. ?. who ? an go in J 10 to 2.ft^'; all witli l ng lalls, nud ' ??t ever 7 to a y? a?old; and eaiikoinli eHtyl*uid wi: '.??ut pu'.ltng. AdUix*^ i Julius Bui* liarJ, box iftO tierald ofl\ c. H 'ORSE, WAtiON AND HARNESS FOR SALE CHEAP? ? ? Vthalf' * *, tu < >ns< piM of the owie r poin^ to Eu rope ; tlui wu^on Is li^lit, stylish, ,ve., extension ?p, capable of n'atliig two ii.- four p'ls'.i'.s; I een inn o only on ? month} horse voung sound, ami kin 1, also, rood under the saddle; will i e ?u>nl t<\- t: < ? o sep;.rale, tj.tibo becu between ten and tw o o'cl x k Soutb ?.?rt t w IOiTi;? roil SALE THE FINEST AND MOST STY 11. li pair ol ll.,r?cs in Au*erit;i, lt? hi: i hlsh, buys, long, full, nuturul tills. ?l. O. TAYLOR,. .. i, Ko Ea -t Tuclit) mi! , i tract. QOMB EIGHT NEAT GROCERS' AND EXPRESS WA JS8UB f"v Kl'' choiipj also ouo good IV" ' Wagon, tl HI En A UT.US \S a .< :i Factory, I"ii?. y ?tliircl -Uir t, between Broadway inm ElgMh uvuit-'. QTAHLE WANTED-IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OP O Filth avenue and Twenty-third street, with above un iid i for thrvi* hor cm. t?. It. .T. LIVINGSTON, New Brut.' wick, New .!? rt?ey. milUCK WANTED.?A SECOND HAND TRUCK CAPA X hie ol* < arrying 45 cwt. At poison hat In,; the -ane lor Kale ?? n Dud a ? ash iuku "u.er hvuiiLiu* U) HENRY 1IANK1KU), .'180 WaMil ;":< .i M i \S i ? . WANTED-ntJHSES TO BOARD THROUGH THE winter, on a i?rm lusrTroy. E'cvt n hot s ails; best English hay. Pil e $;? par mouth. Heft reuse given. In? qtifie or .1. DEWEY. 117 How. ry. TINTED-ONE Oil TWO FOUR WHEELED CARTS, 1 with platfomn twslv? i ng, < ? Incliof broad, to <rurry 1-nr ? r live ton*, over inland notes. A| | lv at 7.'t William street, up staiiii, rear ofllce, LKjiwv.cn 12 and3 k P.u. *1 IT ANTED -TO GET A HottSE FOR HIS K KEPING n for tfo? >% iikti*!-; 1'Kht w-o.. \\ ill be required ol lilui. F? 1 p tt ii? ukn - <*?il at 38ti Sev? li b ivi nuc, hetwnen T" ??r?l\ ? Ixth utid Twenty-seventh streets. C. W. lACY. MISCEL.^\\KOlS. Ten 8c: s 4 ( uieoci 93 7ft Whit* FYeneh china Dinner Pist' *, tne dozen 1 .Ml White Fr?'u? li china Tea 1'lntcs, the dozen. 90 While Kr?4ieh china high PrtHt Basket"a h 6? White Fiench i ! 1' a Dinner Hets, 175 pie cs 29 00 (?? Id liond French cliini Tea Set?*, II piece a 5 90 Fancy French clilna T< ? Sets, 44 pieces 601! One lie wired FANCY FRENCH OHIVA DINNER SETS, AT $V) \NJ) Ul'WaKD.S. Silver plated Tea Spoon a, tUe dozen 121 Sil .*t f''?.*? d TnhJe rpoon.s, the I ?zcn 3 51 KJlrer j I i*#d Table Forks, the dozen 371 Silver plated C?I;c Basket#, e v i ^ Silver plated Cos'crs, Gcirt bottles ' SkVer piaUMi Tea PeiM. (> iiii res .15 Ut SILVER i'LATED M'K 1'lTf HKRS, $?r? J lar-?oatf/.a, handsotio ly engraved ( $5 t ?ud of the best quality of pl.ite ) $5, Jp.r>. $3. Cnl pl?8f? OoMeU, the (i ?7?;n 1 61 Cut fchi'?K lK''ant''iH, the pair JJ Ivor?/ handled Dinner lvtilvc?,the do/en. 'vory handled Tea Knlven, tl.?? don "The fallowing arli>!es, in lit'iN STONE CHTNA, are of Ma ldorlc'# he t double tl. k ware:? Iron stone chiui Dinner Flat- ., the dozen 91 Iron stone china So ,j) I'latfH, the doz?-n 91 Is . n Ftone china 15r< . kta.-^t !Ma'< j, the d >zcn w Iron Hi-Hie clii/ia T? i i'lat< s, the dozen 71 Iron btone china Tea He m, -It - ? s 2 74 Iron stone < hiua Dinner Seip, 1C;? pieces Also, ai eomptete assortof K OAS FIXTURES, embracing many novel style.* sa AI L AT WAU PRICKS' Al-L AT WAU I'llIiTS! \V. J. F. DAI LEY A CO., 031 Hroadway. AORTOULTURAL.-OUANO.?PURE IOHAHOE tiUA .no, direct from ?heislanfly. Thi?*ar'iele 1 -i- e-t w.th Peru vian, as sh?)?vn hy analysis of ruropbell M u fit. It contains n/.'i iiinlHiral ex| ri - ion?, to wit ?Anirnonia, 8.9??; alkaline halt*? and phosphate add, 3.40; b ?ne phosphate lime, 12.74. For sale in ha?'< in <i :nutities to suit. HASHFORD X MOULTON, 95 Reaver street. AT DE PERCEVAL'S, 657 HROADWAY? INITIALS AND C?-a'K of Arms embrohh sed ??<, han !ker? hiels, tahl# linen and bt ! ? h?f ?? a. Cotn n and Silk Entbm.d^rh h uaads to order. Staui] i ? ? f-?r Eiui/io' le?!??? ? xecnted in the niosi perfect mann i. Transfen ie;, I.a i * M?uded and Done uj like new, biibn-:' Crp.n CI ? 'iin' and aud Made Over. Dutch nrniors Rot/r.v-A v<5uv cikuce r.ot "t awn-ted Bulbs, H" h i;xjrior qnahiy, I r an the well known niir* r!?.? of I. de luu. ???, in Haas , on*, II Hand Ama teurs and the tradn r::pp'.ied with eetaloatienand price on ap? plication to SCHUOHARDT* GICHH ARD, 21 Naasati street GHT TOCR FLOUR FOR THE WINTER J?FFo*tE THR psi ' goes up. Ai the cheapiMit hour store you can gel flour h! $4 M) to $6 60, w. rranted RO >d and sent to youi house in any part ol the < ny, ???? on any war.on express route in th ? ficiiiity. W. B GILLETTE, 20? Front street, neai Fultoa ferry. IMPORTANT TO llOI'SI-.K EEPERS.-W ATSON'R UNION T?m and Cofle" Wnrpln'ief, jmi Bowery, upper comet Fifth stieet. Choicest IT;. and Green Tea, Jap'ines^* Oolong an*4 English Break! "?t Tea, of the tin >t quality. Alsi every variety of Codec cou^t otly on hand, at lowest prices Kindling wood-oak and fine, at 20 cents lor ten or more Boves, Knots and Ends, at 17 cents. AddrossC. Collins, footo* East Twenty-third street. IADIES, BEFORE BUYING oookt.VG UTENSILS, GO J to Bassfoid . T ? e t'1 tlerv, to Ba sf? rd's; Silvei Plated Ware, no t?? Bu*sf<?r<l's. iv/i ry article in house keep, at u creat rcductit/n in prices at E. f). BASSFORD S exten< Housekeeping Store, corner <?f Astor place and Third and Fourth avenues, one block from Broadway. Save youi money. MAU>NE A KE.WNraY UNDERTAKERS f'.M?AND498 Pearl ntre'M,*New York.?Glass Hearses, Carriages and every article ivqum'.e for Funerais on reasonable terms. Inteni.ents pr ire i in any cemetery In the vn :mty of New York. All or lie i s j;tt?nded to, day or night. Marble mantels ?g re a t reduction""""in piiTho<e wishing t > buy mantels very cheap should (nil at A. KL.VBEU'S "hiible Yard, 113 East Eighteenth street, near Thir l avenue, New York. Orders from the country es- Mitci with d* spat ?h. VTOTIOB.?TO hotels, restaurants and house. J.1 keepers?1spoons, Forks and old Ware <1 U kinds re paired an \ repl e t mi the In t manner, at -hort notice, by 111" Mitnlniitiiii 1 lute Company, 20 John vtri (t RF.FOIIM YOUR nUTCHER'S BILLS.?QUALITT IS ilio ten ?f cheaptimuL; 'my (it the <_h>.-ui" <t market, lid Ninth rt'ihio, next to tho nortlieut corner ?f Eighteenth ?tree*. For nil kind, of farm yunl i>r iliiti' io p >r r^nt clteapor than iiny othfrf place ia the city. W.U.?Cut tins out ami glvt) U8 n call. Tin plates t:uE\r.-? noxns tin ic; it boxes tin. IXX, 14xSO.'ttitable for ciii'.t.ens. (< r snl. low. Apply on Muaday or Tucaday to JOHN MILLER, 121 I'riirl .treet. TWO TONS OF BUTTER WANTED.?THE PEOPLE'S Prwlilon Uomp iny wnnt, mi Monday, Oclci'iir 7, two ti'in prkiie Slate liuttcr. Gash on delivery. Call at Mfi l'hiu*(5?ni ntrri'i. 1\rM. r. OROSaE'tf NEW PATENT OAS STOVE, HU \i imKi Ui my in tli. ainrW>'!. Call imd < x.wnine, at tnj ?tore .f tt. PIEKCE .t CO., wS Brondifny Itangefi and FurDBcM ioji il'i'il iii tb?b?M tnaaner, at 'P" G. 1 ' I'? ??' ? A CO. HATC'IIKS AM O JEWELRY. ^ "ITTANTED?A LAU..I-. <1N. I I ! I'< AK biAMi'NI) I'JN. w Adtlt "S with paiti ihtr? m-' pn ??, L. I>. W., Heiold oillc*.

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