Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 11, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 11, 1861 Page 3
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BOVin, ROOMt. JbC., TO IiHT. A^m neat TWO AND A HAl.F STORY HIOH STOOP Bouse. (wide), on Went Twoiily-.Ulrd street, lu Urst iu.e ordei; luodcru Inuit-iiT' ent*. >? llxt.iiv*. Ac; rent $50 per uiun.b Lit! May. J. U. EDWAltD.S, ^7 Weai f *t. NICE COTTAfiE To LET-IN 1'BRtiKN, CON TAIN tng seven rooiua, with tulh, raiii uuj aprtng water, v.a'i-i i a .ul waah ha?li.s, uuil a l.iiv< garden, containing fr ill unit shnhb<-rir. !{??:. I J17ft per yeai Vmilv in HENRY VaN liAI.KK. near the menu.**, or of JA.iiES DEWSNAP, tt Carmine street, New York. A FURNISHED COTTAGE ON THE III UsuN, XO let, one hour from N?*?v Vgrk, and thief mlmm*,' from ataiIon; all the comfort* of a city residence, wltb an acre of highlv cultivated ground, conservatory, Ac., ia due order; nut low. AI ? p 1 > at M Front street, New York. A first class furnished HOI .-e to let?with all the uuMlera improvements, dcsiraMy situated, near nhl?xi>>u square, with mirrors, chandelier*, range, Ac Will he let to a private family, with necessary article* lor housekeeping, very low, Aj.ply at 114 Wjv. rley place. A^HTUREK STORY AM) BASEMENT BRICK HOUSE. with all improvement*, to let. at 2li West Fortieth ?treet; rem fctuo per annum. or at $25 per uoiith to May 1. Also, second Floor of house M West Elevmith street, to a ?mall family only: tvm low. Also, Second Floor of 103 VS est Eleventh street, six rooms and bathroom, with all improve ments, to a hjn. il '? <"ly only; rent redueed. inqulri' of ?. Jl A. H. S. BURNHAM, 011 Hudson si reft. New York. Brooklyn.?to let, this handsome three ?lory brown stone House, 370 Henry street. with, fts fixture, Ac., in best order; rent low. Impure of H. M. r LVF. V M AN IM M' "? ? ? f^lAKM TO LEASE, UTENSILS, At'., t OU o.iLK-~125 acres, with two dwe^imjh, Kood soiiaud aiiome market, mil?'S from New York. (?reut inducemfnf* tt> commence farming. 11. If. OLIVEK, 51 Liberty s.reet. TjlURNlSiiKD lOUfffg fOR TMK WI STICK.?THE FO?? JT lowing Furnished Houses are ollerod to rent by E. H. jbUDLOW a CO., No. 3 Pino *treet ? No. 319 Fifth avenue, $2' 0 per month. No. 352 Fifth Avenue, $2th) |>er month. St. Mai k s place, $975 p*-r aujiuiu. No. 6 West Thirteenth street, $100 per month. No. 17 West Seventeenth street, |>er month, ' No. 50Kant Twenty-first street, $i.000till May No. 72 E tst Twenty-third street, $?*) |H-r monthV "* T* No. 69 WeMt Twenty.third street, $???) per moitth. No. it West Twenty-ill ih street, per month. W??Ht Thirty-first. Btrc t. near Filth avenue, $Jn) per month. East Thirty-fourth street,u ar Fifth avenue, $92 per month. No. 40 East Thirty-Bixth street, $150 per month. No. 42 Went Thirty-Hevcnth street, $125 per month. No. 71 Kft?t Twenty-seventh Htreet. $100 |>er mouth. No. 72 West Fortv-Keeuud street, $lt>() per month. N. B.?None ot tne above can be seen without permits. FMl'RNISIlED HOI SE TO LET-IN lexington AVE nue, to a private family only; aUu several desirable tin furnished Houses in various parts of the city. Apply to WM. If. LUSH, 2\K! Fourth avenue. Furnished house to let?handsomely fur nished and well Bituated in Second avenue, near Ninth street, for terms apply at 19 John sin #L Furnished house to let?uo.ntainino four. teen rooms, high sx>..p, basement, with furnace: would let the parlor lloor, three rooms deep, with exclusive kitchen, ?r the second floor, with kudu n; rent ol whole house $1,100. Apply at 61 West lAth street. Furnished house to let on Brooklyn Heights.?A three story brown stone front Houm?, with all the convenience*, will be let to a small family without children; the rent will be taken in board, by agentlemau and his wife, with one child eight yearn of age. The best refe rences reuutred. Addles*, with full particulars, U. 11. 8., box 2,485 rost office, N. Y. Furnished house to let at toxkbbs-COK* tamiuK twelve rooms; tuUy iurnished, with everything comph ie tor housekeeping, except linen and silver. Bent $27 P?r month. F'IKWunion cm be had immediately. For partleulara at 91U Bro.ulway. Houses to let in Brooklyn?at less than halt jiiiep; a neat three atorv baMtmeut and uniler cel lar brh k Homhc, with k?". ehandelier", Ac.. 87 I'oworn ?tn?l; alao, a neat two aiorj" and basement brl -k IIoiiKe. wItli tins ?nd water; both adjareni to earn and ferrlea. Apply to WM. STONE, builder, Bc-rgen mri'et, near Power*. House to let in Brooklyn.?a handsome two ?t' ry, basement and under cellar brick Hotixe, with una and water, will be let on a lease; neighborhood uncic ptlon able; adjacent to car* anil ferrle*. Apply to E. auerbach, 47 Saint K'T x sireet, Brooklyn. SOOMS TO LET, IN HOUSE 57 CROSBY STREET mar Broome.?A I'arlor and two Bedrooms, with a nn in attic of de.iivd. large yard, with every convenience and rent very low to a good tenant. Apply ou the prcmUea this week. TO let.?A good CHANCE FOR A RAKER TO COM nieuce business In the village of Uutfobert;, N. J.?Two Bouaea, one a three atary, Imllt exurrasly for a bakery; tho ?ther amiable fur a dwelling; each have stables attached, with a rihhI well ot water. It will he a good rhnn-'c to any ?Dterprialng nuui to commence the baking budnesa. as there ti no goo.1 Imkrr In the village. Apply to KOI1LER, at the ?Mam brewery of Kohler A Fincke, Gutieiibcrg, N. J., or to Squire Dwycra, Dear the premises, opiK?li? ScvenUeth trect. North rlrer, N. Y. r let?THE two STORY and ATTIC HOUSE, 1S4 West Nineteenth street, near Eolith avenue. Rent per annum. Apply to S. S. HINMaN, No. 3 Broad street. TO LET?AT NO. 10 WEST ELEVENTH STREET, FOUR doors we.-t ni Broadway, three furnished Rooms, on 'lie second floor, with alt the mil ielft hnpr<K< blent*. Sm^ie t;en Uemen preferred. Alan, a Biih'tiint, suitable lorn physician. mo RENT?FURNISHED, FOR SIX MONTHS OR A longer, if desired, lo a private family only, u luiv brow n Stone Mouse, four stories, twenty-live feet wide, IS Easl Twi nty-clghth street, between Madison and Fifth avenues. Apply In Ine owner, on the premis s, between the liotll'i of 13and 6 F. M., or to HOMER MORUAN. No. S Pine strecL TO LET?ON ONE HUNDRED AND ELEVENTH street, between Third end Fourth avenues, neur Central Park, a well finished Co'ia-{u House, eight rooms an 1 a tine yard Fac llltl'jt good lor getting down town. Keni $'AH)h year. Inquire ?f No. 269 I'earl street, or on the premises. T mo Lfif-ff RSf PLOOft ANb OTHER ROOMS, AT 806 JL Broadway, jnst above Union souure. A first rate loca lion for business. Will be lei furnished il' required. Inquire In the store. O LET?T1IE FOUR RTORY BROWN STONE HOUSE. No. 232 West Thirty-fourth street; location unexception able; rent $700. Aim a House on Thirteenth street: rent $450; and several p;irts of Houses. Apply to KOBElfT USHER, Jr., 152 Went Thirty-fourth street. TO LET-STORE 817 BROAD WAT; SMALL STORES at 4H Twelfth street; corner Basement and Second Floor. 8li) Broadway. Apply at 819 Broadway, room No. 4, from 11 to 11)? A. M., or lo JOHN 8. KELSO, 62 William street. TO LET-FURNISI!EI>, IN TWENTY-FIRST STREET, near Fifth avenue, a Parlor and one or two Bedrooms, with large pantries and bath room, on second floor; will In let to iientlemen or a small family, with privilege .in kltcheu If required. For address apply at the MadIsou square Post tothee. TO LET?HOUSE 18 GROVE STREET, THREE STO riesand basement; rent low; l?-ase may be had. Can be ?Ben at any time. TO LET?AT VERY LOW RENT. TWO FLOORS OF the large new building 133 West Eighteenth street, be tween rieveuth and Eighth . v nues; well lighted, and calcu kteu f.;r manufacturing purposes. Inquire on the premises. TO LET?SECOND FLOOR, FIVE ROOMS, WITH bath and Croton water, in house 172 West Nineteenth atreet. Rent $12 per month. TO LET?THE FOTTR STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT House, No. 174 Went Thirty-seventh street. The house Is in perfect order, has all the modern improvements and will be rented at a low rent from now till 1st of May n^xt. Also, the House 108 Sackett street, Brooklyn. Rent $300 per an num. Apply to EDWARD D. .JAMES, 239 Broadway. TO LET?TWO LAROE PARLORS. TWO SMALL Rooms and Kitchen in the house 125 Macdougal street, eornerof Amity. Reference required. TO LET?THE FIVE STORY BUILDING NO. 56 FRANK lin street, running through the block to 77 White street^ 25x200 feet, corner of Corllandt alley, first door east ot Broadway. Aleo No. 64 Franklin street, 25x100 feel, four story. Both these buildings are well lighted and suitable for store or manufacturing purposes. Apply at 72 Walker st. TO LET-THE FINE FOUR STORY ENGLISH BASE ment House 134 West Fortieth street, containing all the modern improvements and gas fixtures, in complete order. Rent $200 till the 1st of May neit. Inquire of A. P. VOOK HIS, 166 West Fortieth street. TO LET?ONE OR TWO FLOORS OF A BRICK HOUSE on Seventieth street; Oroton water and gas in the house: It commands a line view of the city, and extended view of the Central Park and surrounding country. Also, handsome residence on Seventy-second street and Third avenue, with six or ten lots. House on Seventy-third street. All in good order. Apply on Seventy-second street* corner Third avenue. J. CALLAGHAN. TO LET?A TWO STORY AND ATTfC HOUSE, WITH basements, water and gas; rent $100 from November. Also lower part of a genteel House, with basements, water and gas; rent $12 per month; on Myrtl * avenue rail route. Apply st W. Papes, coal olilcc, Myrtle and Franklin avenues. O LET?A LARGE ROOM, WITH TWO HALL ROOMS, gas. hot and cold water atu< hed; convenient for house eplng; parlies without childr n preferred. Apply at 70 twenty-ninth Street, near Sixth avenue. TO LET-TO A RESPONSIBLE PARTY, THE HOUSE, furnished 'is it Is, 324 West Twenty-second street. It ean be seen from 10 to 4 o'clock daily. For terms Inquire on the premises, or elae at mv residence. F. NfClIOLLS. 91 West Thirteenth street. TO LET?THE UPPER PART OF DWELLING HOUSE No. 15 Wi st Twenty-seventh s reet, consisting of seven Rooms, g?s, water and bath: rent $15 p r month; noss< s ion Imme (lately. Apply Eo J. W. COLLINS, 1,103 Broadway, near TwentyseventL street. TO LET-NO. 12 ELEVENTH STREET, FIVE DOORS west ol Broadway. It will bt? let furnished to a good tenant who will pay a quarter's rent In advance, for $100 per manth till 1st of >fay. Reasons, own'*! Is K?>lngin the coun try and warns the money, Oall at the premises. TO LET?A SMALL ENOLTSH BASEMENT HOUSE, v I'll nil mortem ImproTrmentM, No. 120 East Tweniv-fir.-t Stre.t. Apply to THUS. UAUUINER A WON, No. lUEust Km taenia WHb To r.rrr?tiih four story buown stone house No. 229 West Thlrty-fourlh Bireet; B"! ;lmi pavement; str.-et 11*1 r. ei ulde; rent 1 w: Immediate possession. Appiy on the premises, nr to JOHN 8. KELSO. (3 WilU.r.n street. TO LET?THE I.AH'JE STOUE, BACK ROOMS AND Cellar, No. 24 Elizabeth B'reet, near Canal .treetj tent only S20 per monili. Also small Store nn.l two Basement Rooms, 27!i Second atreet, near avenue f; rcri$S50per m >:uh. Apply to T. FANNINO, Jr., No. 22? Bowery. TO LET?A SMALL GENTEEL HOUSE, MARBLE front, np town. In i legant order; bath, g?s tMiiiidelfers, splendid range, atatiotiarr ttibs and undei cellar, at the low rent of fU pel month. JOHN II. WILCOX, Office ;M I Fourth meows. Tj LET?THE MODERNS STORY HOUSE, 421 FOURTH street (Albion plnee), only two bl :ks from Broadway; ?Unntinn^" I; all modern Impiovementa, handsome Mom* ami low it-nt; ? " n only from 1J lo 1. AW", the g"iitcel House, 55 E ' 1 nth street, near Irvleeplnro. .liiHN' R. WILCOX, OllioaM3Fourth avenue. T TO LET?THE FRONT ROOM. KITCHEN AND TWO Be<tr'*ims, In tlie I No. East Tenth Mrnet, helweeii avenue*B uud t r rent $751) pi f month. Alaofront , Kitchen, with water, nnd Bedroom, No. CO) Fourth atreet, near arenun C; (7 AO per tnonth. Aiplyto THOMAS FAN NINO, Jr., No. 225 Bowery. TO LET?FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED. A BAR fta.ln. a beantlful Cottax*; lm< gas and water ihrouijhout; l*rg? gnrden fine.> In d out. In the upper part ol tine . Ity, fire mlntitea from MauhBttaoTilie Uepou Api'ly to W. 11 Af ^ AI, uj .Maiueu .a.lie. hoi'sks, ROOMS, &c? TO LBV. rpo LET?the LARIIE HOTPFm WITH STABLE wd jl uo uci m ui ground, at ll.o loot ol 132.1 street, Hudson nvrr. tin* hou ? contain* twenty-four light and *lry 10 m*. ?ml * supplied Willi g*? and ??ut. The location in unsnr pa ed fur coiivi mi nee, the cars stopping ulili'im limn, und steamboat four hit"-* dully In imut of lb* house. For terms spnlv the Hotel 8l. Germain, oorner of Fifth ave nut ami Twenty-second street. rpo LET-koll A ooftbb AND TAKE SALOON ONE i ofthebcM located phi rs in the city. A) i lv In the basement of the Northern ii tel. from 10 10 11 o'clu?k. Noue biit responsible parlies need apply. mo l.ET OK LEASE?THE THREE STORY AND BASE J. ni 'iii brown stone inm dwelling llnusc No. 3 Kifiy eeooitd struet, beiweeu e'i'l ill avenueand broadway, in pi r l.-ct order, with all the modern improvement*, chandelier*, fas lixiiifi, Ac. Kent $m0|>er mai t'ii good tenant ana ?mull family. In^iire ucxt door, No. 3. or of ii. UNDER DONE, Kya< k, y. TO LET OR I.EASE-IN BROOKLYN, A HANDSOME Collate House (having gas, lurnHce, ac,), with lar^e Plot of Ground. i'loasamly situated. n i.r Myrtle avenue car*. Combined advautag s f cltv ai d country. lie 111 $400. Apply to E. S. YOUNG, 25 Nhuhiui street. TO RENT?!N BROOKLYN, BETWEEN wyckofe and Warren sirem*, a small House, nearly new, contain ing eight room*, llul-.hcd in the bed manner, with loud Hutsheil wall*. marble mantles, ramie, Rhigewood water, chandeliers, t,a? fixture*, Ac. Kcnt)2u0per annum. Apply to EDWARD HBIDUB, 101 Lib rty street. TO RENT CHEAP?a WELL FURNISHED, pleasant Hoiiko at Orange, N. J., within live minute*,' walk of Valh-y station. For particular* Inquire of EDWARD KING, s3 Ciiambci* aireet. TO RENT LOW?an EXCEEDINGLY NEAT AND tgaiy Honae, on Houston *tre< t, two blocks from Broad, way, having all modern Im in overwent*, and newly painted ami papered. Will be r< no d lor $4<10 per annum ea*h on a lease ol two vcars, 1 lnimiellcra mi l ga* fixtures included. Apply to THOMAS J m 11.1.kk. 74 lii ,.ulway. (j>q i'elt MONTH. ?to I.ET, HALF OF A OOOD <PO House, conveniently Bitot,ted, in Brooklyn, twenty minutes' from 1 ue ferry, and half a block mi thenar*; room* large and well ventilated. Address box 1u2 Herald olllce. <jj-|nPER MONTH-COTTAGE llol'SES IN SOUTH bi mlhrn, fronting elir rnilroMl, seven minuter' walk from the New York ferry; eight rooms. Apply at 29 Columbia *trcct, Brooklyn. _ THE TURF. 1 FASHION PLEASURE GROUND association ? Fashion Conine, Saturday. October 12, ltkil.?Match for ?a0o, b ??t 3 in ft, to wagon*. Htr.un Woodruff name* h. in. Milkmaid; Robert Tnttlc name* g. h. Hickory; to come oil on a good day and good track. the trains will leave Hunter * Poini at i1*; also stages wltl leave In time to convey passen ger* to and 1 roui the track after the race isotei. JOSEPH CRoCHERON, Manager. UNION COURSE, LONG ISLAND?TROTTING?on Friday, Oct. 11, at three o'clock, a matt b t'01 $2 hi; mile lie its; lieat 3 in ft, in harness, Play or pay. D. name* hay stallion Young Jackson. c. Young name* hay borne. To come off on a good day. siiaw & WHITE, Proprietor*. UNION COURSE, LONG ISLAND.?TlluTriNO?on Mon lav, oi't. 14. at three o'elm k, a match l<>r mile heata; best 3 in ft, n harness. D. i'll cr name* h. in. Kitty Clover. C. Collins uame* h. m. To come off <nat!Oul day. sliaw M WHITE, Proprietor*. HORSES, CARRIAGES, &C. A NUMBER OF BUSINESS WAGONS, OK EVERY style, am h an Grocer'*, Milk, Butcher'* and Express. Every article obtained here warranted to lio as represented. Also home second hand Waxou*, In good order. 81ew ART S Wagon Factory, Flfty.third street, near Eighth avenue AN assortment OF ei KST CLASS CARRIAGES AND light Wagolia for sale by MINER it STEVENS, 71 Walker itrcet, Urst door eaat of Broadway. Agio, iboston chaikE)?in first rate order, for sale cheap, *11 liable lura doctor or businessman; parteould lie paid in coal. Inquire Itt distillery, at 1k2 Chris topher street. To be seen at T V. SEAMAN'S' Carriage Fac tory, s18k Mercer street. Ayreslllre CATTLE OF PURE BLOOD for PALE? Dtll'erent ages, from the best herd* In Ayre*hii-e, tm I' irled and hie 1 by the aubi^rlber; to be seen on hi* farm at Wefltcln *t'-r, near We*t Farms. Inquire of or address WM. w ATSON, 2d Park place, New Yoi k. Bargains in coupes.-tiiicse fashionable and seasonable ('*rriages for sale at price* to *ult the lime*, viz: at $150, $200. $300, $:?o. (too, $4?0 and t&ii. Can be seen at WOOD UKOTUEBS, 396 Broadway, one door below Walker street. ss^te# ir?uu<..?. i nee91,2110. Tobe wnn at KtAiiio ?n ?ild"si)rinoef?tt7t' t*w"n Sevenu-with and Eighteenth unci Spring Garden and Green Strerta. Addicss l,u. Shoemaker, box 2,tit Font uUIoe, PhiladHphln | h For rale.?a good cart horse for saip clicup. Call at Manhattan Express Co,'a stable 14 an.! we^ ' BroolU>'n- c?? ?* *ec-n at work all "u FOR SALE?A FINE SORREL HORSE, FIFTEEN liHnds and one inrh high, perfectly sound; has been used "> ? ynng lat'.y for Hire,, yam. HI A equal in tWutvand quality can rarely be found. Apply at Nodine's stable l;ierre Jjfci' *-ree ' ueur *ul,on? Brooklyn. Also, Saddles and Bi t. FOR SALE?a very STYLISH long TAIL BAY Ilorw, nix j e?rs old, 15 hands high, s..un,l ami kind and a good trotter. Also a splendid light top Wagon, mini ? liy I) J. Du-etiLiury- Harness, Bolus, 4c? Ac., f,,r S475cash. Can J? w;fla ,luble J"hn O. Idell, Hoboken, near rsapoJeon Hotel. ' FOR BALK?A I'AIR OF MARES. WAGON AND HAR ness. I he mares are l.ay, 15 hand* high, kind in all bar 5?. '"L"1 together in throe minutes. Inquire at 18 *?i Thirteenth street. If not Hold before will he wild at at'lO o'clock prcmuo* on ?S"turJ?y morning, the 12th Inst., Fqk sale-a match team of gray work Horned, price (100. Apply, morning or evening, at Ro unison s mineral water manufactory, 376 Bowery. For sale?the finest military horse in new York: color rieli chestnut sorrel; sixteen hands high, six yearn old, jx?rie 'ily sound mid kind, and for Klyle fan not be aurnassed. Can be seen for one week at J. Ferris a s;able 2U Amity street. Inquire for MUo. For sale?a dakk chestnut house seven years old, sound and kind in single or double harness; can trot Inside of three minutea. Apply to H. McGABB, 88 East Nineteenth street. ' For bale.?horse, wagon, harness, ao.; Horse uark brown, 16 hands iiign, s?,.n,| gentle and w irranled in ? ?ery resjwet a good family horse; Wugon ex tension seat, well made; the whole complete for $35U cash, or Wuiild irutlf J or auy poods lor lamily u#e at eaah value. Ap ply at 4ft Fulton street. 4 IpOB BALE?A SORREL HORSE, SPRING CART AND Harness, separately or together. Inquire at 87 West i 1 jhleenth street, or of JOHN McKONE, I'nlon square TJ'OR RALE?SEVEN HORSES, AMONGST THEM ARE L two powerful large Horses; also one nnnv Inillt bav Horse, price $50; one black Horse, $;?; all Iron! im; to 10'i hands high, and all warranted In every resiieei; alw> one Sulky Ultli Harness, pri.'c $tj. To be seen ai 31 Jt i'erry st. IpOR SALE CHEAP?A FIKST RATE LIGHT WAGON Inquire at Ti and Zl Wc-t Thirteenth street. GROCER'S TOP WAGON AND HARNESS FOR SAI.E cheap. All In good or.ler. Con 1m; seen at Hie Tatter halls .Stable, Thirty-ninth i?tr*?rt and Sixth avenue. Horse and doctor's carriage for sale.?a brown Horse, ia>? to ID hands high. 6 years old, war ranted sound, and kind In all harness, with or without u Boston chaise and harness, will be sold at a bargain as the owner has no ur? for i hem. W. H. XAPES, Stable 205 Meroer street. Horses for sale.-si'itable for ladies and gentlemen, well trained to saddle or harness: bred by ire mnS'Tiberot Trustee stork; to lie seen on his farm at vrY'n'ZlfSFll i"'a,r Eaim' Inquire of or address WM. WATSON, 29 I ni k place, New York. HORSES WANTED TO WINTER.?A PARTY ON STA ten Island, liavihg superior accommodations would take a lew horses to winter; cstrn size stalls, plenty of feed ami personal attention; Satisfaction guaranteed or no charce* price $10 per month. Address A. B. 0., Herald ollice, up. pointing an Interview. ? ' 1 PHILLIPS' STABLES.?FOR SALE OR TO LET THE splendid nctv Stable and Hall above No. (WO Seventh nve nue, between Horty fifth and Forl>.<l*-.h streets. Apply on the premisesu tTHOMAS PHILLIPS. Shetland PONIES. FOR SALE ?SOME VERY HAND. some, we'l matched and trained; to be seen on the bum ot the sI'll a .Tiber, atWest liester, near West Farms. Inquire ot or address w H. w ATaON, 2!i Par* place, New York. STABLE TO LET?AT No. 17 WEST EIGHTEENTH street, a lirst class stable, above ground nn.l well ventila ted, acrnmmo lati n for four horses and carnages; rent low also, a second hand Grocers' or Bakers' W ason |..r sal ? In quire of J. WALL, 1)38 Sixth avenue, corner of Twenty-first Fireet. Ctable TO RENT TILL MAY 1-.\U. 2 IiA&T THIRTY k? eighth street; new and first class. Apply to E. H LCD LOW Sl CO., No. 8 Pine street. rnwo OR THBEB BOBUW WILL he taken to J. winter on a farm, about fourteen miles from Ilobokeu O'io.I stable and care. Apply at 180 Third avei lie .lulls I). OTTIWELL. rpiMBER TltL't'K W \NTKI) (ONE HORSE ALSO J will exchange a Leasehold Piopertv In a business pari or II j- City for Spi IK efltuWr. Address, post paid, Timber, box 1U9 Herald ofllee. iv^.>nted?v sorXD, sf"i:o>T(j a5d STYLISH H(>RSE. t ? o! 1R hands high; any one having f h?* abore, an t w illina o ? ow for cash can address E M., Hersld oflli \ATANTED?A STABLE, WITH ACCOMMODATIONS f? forth it* horses, carnage and wagon, situated between Broi dway and Seventh avenue, Twelfth and Seventeenth sin e ". Address Lull", Herald ofllee, stating t rin.i, locatl in aud 'iirr.cnsions. "YY'ANTFD?A LIGHT TWO HORSE COVERED CAR. TT tinge, wii.i ?!mlile seat?, for t'amllv use Ami!% to hV"0^..' "5i with price, nrd ?horn "ty ANTED-\ Fir.sT < LA-'S SADDLE and BRIDLE ?? i'gio I order mid condition. Address J. c. Hentiu ies esey street, with pr.. c and whol e the ab.mj ia.i l>e SI -"ill S.M.K, A BAT TROTTING HOBBE NINE ,vr'" J?l Il.AITl HE. A *o,?$?l?u, ^7T .?ri..':N;VMELLED FUBNITL'BB K I AKRINGTo'vl?'ill c oniamcTi ,il.'?t H. Ublishcdtn 18IA ' '^ 1 -'U" ' '" '?' ?'?.st i. t e to Vli'^T ( LADS BN VMEI I BD FUHNITUI \ r dec rated an,drained; -iid wa nut and o .k Set M . t' ner,? *''? ?s,ul ? from unHardi V \v el: JkiU A < ()., Manufanuiirn, 6.Vi Hr^idxvIv i. . MtoeckerAU'1 Bond btrccu. uiarUe Lmihhng. ^ttwecu BOAItDIXO AND LODGLVG. 4 LADY OF TUB HIGHEST RESPECTABILITY, OC ?aI cup,? lug the bi auUl'ully located hou.-e No, t? Le \ ington avcuue, cm accommodate fe tttieutcn and tU* ir wives, single gentlemen, with handsomely furnished Rooms and firsi cla*s Board. H' -fere in???-.i exchanged. AT 21 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN J\. Fiithan.i Sixth ii v i' !i ti?'>?A lar^e, li.itdsome|\ lui'tnsn I'd U*?oui, \\|ih Board, suitable I? r a ladv aud x uihniau or two^ nucnu n; u.i?o, ivy.i smaller Rooms for u? utlumeu; utl mod* rn improvements. R ?feremvs cxi hanged. 4 SMALL FAMILY WOULD LET, TOGETHER OU separate, <i suit of neatly fUmlshed Rooms, Willi Break fhst, to gentlemen, in a pleasant location. Ueicr mes ex dunged. Apply aitfi West Klcveutb street, near F If ill avu nue. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCUPY1NO THKIE own hniif- ire desirous ol renting the Second floor, handsomely fu: . ished, witli Board. The housr has all the modern improvement* ami is pleasantly situated. Apply at Itol Lcxiugtou avenue. Kcicreuces required. % HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM ON THE SE ootid floor, v\iiii hot and cold water aud bath room ad joining; alsoam.ill Rooms to rent to gentlemen, without u aid; house niodern. Apply at 01 Fourth avcuue, near N.nth street, oue block from Broadway. \T TICK LARUE FIRST CLASS DOUBLE HOUSE NO. 127 Bleeck* r street went of and near Broadway, is a really tirst class family Boarding House, with Kootun uuscr pa.^ed m fcl/c and comfort, in suits or single; the cheapest place in the city for the style and quality of what is ottered. AT THE LARGE FIRST CLASS DOUBLE HOUSE NO. 127 Bieeeker street, went ol and near Broadway, 1* a re ally tirst class family Boarding House, with Rooms unsur passed in sue and uouitort, iu suits or Mingle; the cheapest place in tile city lor tin- style and quality of w hat is offered. AT 36 EAST TWENTIETH STREET, NEAR BROAD way? B? >ard.?A very pleasant an* handsomely furnish* ?d front Koom, also a small Bedroom, for a single getitlemun; location very desirable and convenient; house nrst class; best references ottered. A HANDSOME SUIT OF ROOMS, ON THE SECOND floor, to let, with Board. Also, a Room on thud iioor. hid* to suit the linn s. Dinucr at six. References ex changed. Family small. Apply at 41 East Twentieth street, near Br-adway. A LARUE FRONT ROOM, WITH AN ALCOVE, ON tin secomi tloor. to let to gentlemen, without Board, or with Break lag'if desired. Also smaller Rooms on the sec ond and third floors, with gas and bath, in a quiet, respecta ble neighborhood. Apply at 289 Greene Street, third door from Clinton place. A PElVATE FAMILY WILL LET A HANDSOME 81 it ot Rooms to gentlemen, with partial board if desitvxi; also a single Ruoiu. Appeal .'U Ninth street, near Fifth avenue. References exchanged. A FEW ROOMS TO RENT?SI NO LY OR IN SUITS, with or without Board, in a tirst class house. Terms moderate. Apply at 44 West Ninth street, near Filth avenue. A PLEASANT BOOM TO LET?WITH BOARD, IN A private laiiiily. Apply at 40 Douilnick street, between Hudson and VarK k. A FEW VERY CHOICE SEC OKI) FLOOR AND FRONT Rooms, single and In suits, with Board. The most rea sonable terms, and brat references exchanged. Location most desirable. No. 68 West Twenty-lifih street, between Broadway and Sixth avenue. IIl(iIILY RESPECTABLE PRIVATE HERMAN FA .A *- mlly, w ithout chlllivn. occupying a ilrst class house, will lot a choice of handsomely furnished Rooms, with full or partial Hoard or private table. Frem h and English spoken. Apply at 4S East Bieeeker street, near Broad way. Atm NINTH STREET, A FEW DOORS WEST OF Broadway, a gentleman and wife or two single gentle men can obtain pleasant Rooms, with Board, In a modern house with all the improvements. ATTENTION SB t'ALLED TO THOSE LIVING IN HO. telrt and boarding houses.?There is an establishment opened at 110 Macdougal street, the rooms being l.,id (tut in suits ami furnished with everything necessary lor housekeep ing, in order that a family may have a complete home an.I live at an inconceivably low rate. There is a restaurant at tached. A PRIVATE FRENCH FAMILY WOULD LIKE TO let a welt furnished front Room, with or without Bedroom attached, to single gentlemen only. Apply at J4W Fourth street, Washington square. A SUIT OF LAROE, ELEGANTLY FURNISHED Roomn, fronting on Broadway, containing all the mod ern conv? n.ernes, to n t, with or without full or partial Board; also single Rooms for g iitl. men, on uncommonly moderate terms. App y at 910 Rr >a iv\.,y. References exchanged. A<;ESTI.EM\N AMD His WIFE 0B A FEW SINGLE gentlemen can obtain pleasant Rooms, with or without Board, at 71 West Fourteenth street, tirst brown stone iront house west oi Sixth avenue. A A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY OCCUPYING A LARGE IirstdAH* house desires to let u> oue or two single g* u tlfinen a targe well furnished Bedroom, with every conve nience, near Ftsth Avenue HoU*l; partial Board if reuuirea; terms mo<!erat?*; nMeren ? s exchanged. Apply at it E.4-*t Tsreutjr-third stieet, Madlsr^n ?quarer ? A SUITE OF HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO let, with Besr-i, at SO Union square, Fourui aveniu . also single Rooms t? r .euth men. Refeienceagiven an i reqi in*d. AT 74EAST TWENTY.TIIIRD STREET?HANDSOMELY furuixhed Rooms may be had with Boaid. Loca ion near Fourth avenue. A SECOND STORY FRONT ROOM AND ALCOVE, furuithfd, with Board, at $9 jkt week; a small family, with additional Room on satae lloor, proportionately low, in a private family, at lit East Thirty-fourth street. Hons, new; Irwation pl? asunl. Reterencra exchanged. A FURNISHED ROOM TO LET?TO A LADY AND gentleman; Board tor the ladv only; or to a young lady, without any encumbrnnee. 15 \Yatts street. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE CAN HAVE FIRST cIssh Hoard (dinner at 0) and handsomely furnished large iron! Room or Room*, on Hmind lloor, in a new sion#* house, newly furnished, in a small private faiirlv of a wid w lndv, at 09 Weal Forty-fifth street, between Filth and SUtu avenues. A handsome furnished ROOM ON THE SECOND lloor to let, with Board?Su.ta de for a gentleman ami wile, or single gentlemen; modern iraprovt m iiU; terms reasonable; referenc h exchanged. Call, for two daja, at No 4 Second street, near Bowery. A LADY WOULD LIKE TO LET A BANDS0MJ LY furnished Suit of Ro mi* to a gentleman and lady, With Board l?>r the lady only; all tin* modern improve nent*; family small and trivaU*; no other boarders; loeitl-n plca suit. Apply at 5b East Twenty?iifth street, m ar L :\iugton avenue. A T 1.125 AND 1,125 BROADWAY?HANDSOME SUITS A of K Miniwith novate la ale or table d'hote; all mod ern Improvements. Also Ro >rns for gentlemen, with Board. Between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth street#, near the Filth Ar.nue Hotel. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A FEW PLEASANT Rooms with good Bo*rd and tin* rom oris of home, on very moderate t? rms. sufcal 1 ? f'<r family or sianle pei>on*; house conuiins all modern iuiproveintiits; neighborhood de sirable; references exchanged. Apply at 170 Thirty-sixth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. A GENTLEMAN, SPENDING A PORTION OF HIS tim-* in the city, deslies to arrange for a Room, with breakfast and late dinner?say lour da> s in t h ? week. A I dress. with particular and t'Vms, W., box 1 X Her: l<; o A CARD.?HOTEL ST. GERMAIN, FIFTH AYENl E, Br atdway and Twenty-second street. Families m.. - Ing Board for the winter < ati secure handsomely lurnished suits oi Rooms, having all t ie modern convenieneeii, on very moderate terms, in this quiet family Hotel. A sp.ieftotis di ning room and elegant parlor have been added to me house, A FRONT ROOM ANI) BEDROOM ADJOINING, ON second ll<s>r to let, with Board, furnished. House lust class; hot and cold water throughout, and In one ol tiic most desirable locations in the city. Also accommodations lor one or two single gentlemen. Apply at 280 S ?eond avenue. A HANDSOME SUIT OF ROOMS ON THE SECOND lloor to let, with Board; also one Room on toe third floor. Dinner at six o'clock. Apply at 125 West Fourteenth street. A PRIVATE FAMILY, AT 79 MAODOUGAL STREET. (St. Clement's place, near Hleecker street), wui I t a good sized Room, cm second floor, to one or two geruiemen, with partial Board. Also, a Room on third lloor. Gas, bath, Ac. Reference* exchanged. A PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCUPYING A FIRST CLASS house, 230 W st Thirty-second street, wish to let, wrJi Board, a large front Room (furnished) on second lio r to a gentleman and wile. Dinner at 6 o'clock. AT NO. 83 THIRD STREET?TWO YOUNG MEN CAN be accommodated with partial Board and Rooms, at a very r -aaonable rate. In a private itinliy without -on ill elul dre*n; a great reduction made from now till 1st of May. A handsomely FURNISHED PARLOR AND BED jtx. room, with bath ro ?tn adjoining, on the second ro ?r, to 1> U, to a gentleman, with partial Board ii desired. Terms mo derate. 3aS Fourth avenue, northwest corner of Twenty eighth street. Entrance on Twenty-eighth street. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM, ON THE SE < nd flo r, to let, to a lady and gentleman, wi h Board tor the lady only; the house contains all the modern improve ments. Convenient to ea:-s and stages. Address Mrs. Win ter, Madison square l'ostollice. Board-near union square, us east tiiik leeuth street. Parlor and Sitting Room on th". s*>rond lloor, also back room and Miial. room on the l? ? r? L l!< or; lirst class house, with French table. D?nner at six o'clock. Best of reference given and required. BOARD?SEVERAL VERY PLEASANT rooms, hav iiig g.?s, Math, hot an ? ?11 water. \v,t <.. n be had, n i(h It iard, on tuo.b iat terms, at 4^ East Si\t? cnth street, near I'nioii square; terms l'??r two p risons, $tJ to $14 per week, according to r<<om required. BOARD.?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED OR UN" FUR rdshed Rooms; stylfsh Frem !i table; hrst class house and neighborhood. French an t English siHtken in the family. Best ref-r in - a reouln i and given. Call at No. 1 Livingston place, Stujvesant Park. Board.?a small private family o< cupying their ? wh house, wishing to economise, will let a S? It oi Rooms to a gentleman and wife who are willing to j ay a suitable pri" for the comforts and advanta?* ? o :? r?d. Horse tlrftt class, elegantly furnished, and in a iashionable locality. Address box 2,li t Post olliee. Board.-a private family will let a front U aun, i n M"- ond lloor, > iltaMe for two p rsons, with ?>r without iioarJ: gas cud i>afh; ulso, a It' m on third floor, suitable for a Niii-jif ceirbmnn. Ap;;;v at 10 Cottage place, between Blcevk rand HousUm streets, lor thrcu dayd. Board.?superior accommodations are of f-r. il to a w-:. ? t jmriy of adui's; oro:essors of i :igi? u preferred. Ho?*e brown sto??e, with .11 the Improrem nts, sdu.iU d on Second aveu .??, near Eleventh street. A lrc<?s Home, station D Post oflie**. noARD ?A FAMILY AND ONE OR TWO SINGF E l> gentlemen wishing a quiet and genteel residence,''an ? in v ? 11 lurnished Ap irlments. with Board, at 64 Clin*on I o . t'A o t'.oors easi cf Fifth avenue. Heferences given and ? .i! m1. n IARD.?TO let, WITH BOARD, AT 137 SECOND f> avi nie, bet we a E;;!?th and Ninth streets, one ni ely t -in I Room on iiir.i ti ior, suitable for a gentleman and \ t ?? or two gentlemen. Dinner at six o'clock. Refe n'h toged. \}\ vn l> ?A GENTLrM . HIS WIFE OR SINGLE J ) g ^iein'-n, may fin at Rooms, with Board, at N ml Fourth stn et. . convenient to Broadway ? ?. ami Fourth av n i T>OARD.-TWO GENTLEMEN AND WIVES. OR A FEW I> ;? ntlemen, ran 1 ave pleasant Rooms and good table, \% he-.e no other boarders are t aken, in Twenty-third street, m ar Ninth a\? n ie. Term* $8 to $10a week; single Rooms |lt io $6, Apply in the store, 135 Ninth avenue. no vum Mi AM) 1JOARD ? '? S I i fiftei NTT! ? rREET II rWEKN J l- i ji mi.. Si vtb avenues. Double house. Room* on hrst uud second d<ajr*. Re ereneos exchanged. ^

Board.--GENTLEMEN AND Till'Ili WIVES, Oil SIN ki < ati (i iuitu neuti? lun.isied Rooms, 1 II l>oard, ai No. f> West place. Aisoa suit of Par lors to let, on the lirsi lloor, with ?r \\i hunt Board. r>()A?U) FOR UENTLF.MAN AND wipe, OR SINGLE I gen lciuen, iu ill'- 11 i^ibly located house No. ill West lonrteenth IliHiM' has tivcry t'uitvtiui^uvti. Dinner at fix o'clock. Teriu * in idorate, Board.-two desirable slits op rooms on tin* second un?t ilili'*! floors, suitable lor gentlemen or gcu'lemen and the r wives. Applv at No. iS Clinton place ,. bth street), *, , Urevo ri House. Board.?furnished front rooms on tick second floor, with \antries, Ac., to let, with Board; lo eation Hint nrl:;liiiorhood c ?nv -nlent and pleasant. Rofe* ren ss exchanged. Apply at 81 West Twenty sixth street. T> OA RD?SEVERAL PLEASANT AND WELL FUR .1) nishcd Rooms on the socond lloor, with Board, at No. {<J ?Clinton place, near Fifth avenue. Dinner at six o'clock. Board, wit ft a handsome parlor and bed room, in suits or separately, can be old.lined at 137 Ma rilftou avenue, between Thirty-second andThirty-third streets. Terms to null the times. Board -io LBT, in a private HOUSE* a LARGB Room, with closets, suitable lor two gentlemen or a gentleman and wife. House lias all the improvements. All the home com forts can be enjoyed. Within half block of the ears. Apply at 34 King street. References given aud re quired. HOARD-FURNISHED Rooms, WITH BOA.R0, can IJ be obtained at .17 West Eighteenth st reet. Also small Rooms lot single gentlemen. House hus been renovated. Board fortiie winter on mcrray hill.?one or two gentlemen and their wives, or a few single g n tlemen, will iind very pleasant Rooiiim, with Board, in a small and strictly private family, residing in a lirst class house, by applying at yd West Thiri}-oighth street. The house is new snd conveni 'ut to cars ami stages. 1><URD WANTED?IN THE VICINITY or BOWERY D or Fa t Broadway, bv ag< n 1 man and wile; room must be on the t?r*<t a. second Uoor; private laiml eferreJ; must be In a food location. Terms not to exceed $7, paid weekly. Address II., )m?x i'.HJ Herald olllce, tor two days. BOAJU> wanted.-two vol no OENTUWUi DE sire Board in a private family, where there are few or no other boarder*; Hot above Tenth street, In a desirable I- oa? tioti. Addr? ss, stating terms, I P., 1m.x 1M Post olliee, N. Y. Board wakted?foe a little bot four tears old, with a private tamilv who bftvo no oKlldren of their own; must he kind and alfeeiumate; the country preferred. t"rms must be reasonable. Address for one week Mrs. A. T. Stewart, Broadway Post olllce, with full address. Board wanted?in a private family, FOR two children, three and four year s, with a lady of a kind disposition, who will have all their wants attended to; near Third avenue and Twelfth street preferred. Address W. West, station D Post olllce. Board wanted?for a gentleman, wife and sister, in a pleasant private family, where home com forts may b ? enjoyed. Location below Thirty-eighth at r et and west side of town. Terms not to exceed $,Vi per motifh, including tire and gas. Address !!., Herald olliee, stating lo cation of rooms, Itetereuccs exchanged. 1>OARD WANTED-FOR A GENTLEMAN AKDWIFE, J J with narlor and bedroom oil second lloor, iu a iirst class house. Andreas, stating location aud terms, A. H., box 107 Herald office. "IjoaRD WANTED- BY A LADY AKD DA''(MITER. IN J > a lirst class boarding house or pr.vate family, in the upper part ol tne city, near Filth or M idihon avenue. Ad dress Thompson, box 107 Herald olllce Board wanted?in new york or Brooklyn? .New York pr l< ried. lor two sin ;le gentlemen, either in separ .t<-rooms oi lug- ther. A family preferred Inwlm h young ladies' society can be obtained. A .dress, stating \xthis and full particulars. Bank, Hemld oflwi, Boardino?near broadway and fourth street?Rooms furnished or unfurnished. T?? those furnishini:, a liberal deduction . House has all modern im o*. v? nynts. Dinner at six. R*?fer? m es exchanged. Apply at 72 hecond avenue, corner Fourth street. llOARDINii ?A Sl IT Of ROOMS, OR THE ENTIRE IJ Floor of a handsomely furnished house in Filth avenue, lielow Twenty-tlilrd street, will be let. witn B? ard, to a gen tleman and his wife, or a family, Audreys J. 1'. T , Matlison S.ju ?re Post olllce. f> OA RDI NO.?TWO GENTLEMEN WHO CAN OCCUPY J J a i? out too ther, can la? a rotnuiodated with bl'eaKfa^t, ten and Board in a private family in a first class hs aluy. Apply at '?>2 West Nimt -enth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. BOABDINO?8TNOLE OB MARRIED PERSONS WISH lag uood Board ami nice Rooms at a very low rate. \% II pi aeccailat W ft Thirty-h th street; a tnod< rn luiili house, iu a ivsi-ecublc neighborhood; baths aud uash tuba free. BOARDTNO.-A FEW respectable MEN CAN BE u c.? n11oodQted with good Board mid nr Ro-ms, wi h gasa'al not and c >id wat- r. Terms ?3 to ftU. Alsoafur n!s ed hack Parlor; would suit a gentlemsii hu I wl;e, at III West Thirty-third Street, he ween Seventh ai d E'^nth av? s. 1JOARD1NO.?A gentleman AND WIFE, OR TWO OR J) three slnule gentlemen, ma\ he pi asantiy aeoommoda ted with Board, at25Ci|ntoa strVet, Brooklyn, convenient to Fulton and Montague ferri?*. ' Hoarding, r.17 bowbby, corner of third street.?A few single men can be accommodated wiih furnished Room - and R>ard; also a men at id his wife or a i on pie of young Udtes. Reference exchanged. Boarders directed?free directions given io suitable homll'tg pbicea in city or country, by A. C. .loNKS A GO..SS5 Broadway. Families haviug va .ncies should send d- s nption, terms and number they < an i "^Ive. UROOKLYN.?TO LET, WITH BOARD, A LARGE Room, eoiua nlng hot and c? ld water, c'.oseta, Ac., to two gaiitiemeu, or a la ?y and ^enthm iii; bath on same lloor; also, a Room for a single gentleman; dinner at o'clock. Apply at Clinton street. T>OARD IN brooklyn?A SMALL PRIVATE FAMI I> |y, having a delight ul suit of Rfsmis on the s< eond t eor, wool : r. nt them with Board, to a family ? r a party of geuile \pp > - 1 et, Brookl)n. TJOARD IN BROOKLYN?NO. 67 HIGH STREET, FIVE IJ minutes' waU from Fulton ferry. A g n.lemaii and w j,e or two single gentlemen, In a private family Board in Brooklyn?rooms suitable for geutlem?*n ?ind th-ir wives or aitiu'le gentlemen, within live m nutes' o? the South ferry. References exchange I. A: ply at iO'l I'acl M street. Brooklyn. IIOARD IN BROOKLYN.?A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN K> he accommodated III a ^mall private family with plea sant Rooms and partial Board; terms niodeiale. Apply at 73 Paci ie St.. between Henry and Hicks; time nnuutes walk m Souiu ferry. ? T>o.\RD IN BROOKLYN.?A (iENTLEMAN AND WIFE, I> or -In ^le gentlemen, can obtain large and small Rooms with :o >d Board, at IGd Congress street. House has ali mod ern improvements. T>ROOKLYN HMIGHTS.?AT 36 willow street, A 1 # gentleman ami wile or two single gentlemen ean obtain K u?m-, wiili Board, in a small family; pleasant!? cition, n?ar the Fulton lerry. Terms mod'-ra'e. R-Teren e.- exchanged. Brooklyn ireighth, no. 4 willow street,? A New England lady oil'th a pleasant home to irentlernen a id ladies wishing Hoard. Terms moderate. Reference re quired. Brooklyn heights.?pleasant rooms, with full or partial Hoard, at No. 37 Crm Iwrrj sin ??t, between Wiil iw mid (tola?ul>ia. Munition desirable; live minutes from Wall at reel and Fulton ferries. Bqard ox the heights.?a gentleman and wLe ??r two single gentlemen tan beacoommodated with p eas.uit Room* and Hoard In a genteel private family ro* ? Mi ig in Henry street, c/mvenint to So ith and Wall street ferries. Address immediately Mrs. J. Wells, Brooklyn Post oillee. T>oard ON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS?PLEASANT J J niriiUhcil Rooms on the seeond lloor, suitable lor a fa mily ??r single gentlemen; also a large Room on third Uoor, overlooking the bay, at 18 Willow street, within three minutes' walk 01 K11!ton ferry. Terms moderate. Desirable furnished or unfurnished Room . with Board, for single gentlemen or gentlemen aud their wives, with use of gas and bath, ran ho obtained by applying at 98 Madison street. Dressmaking of all kinds and family sew ing aeetirately done at short not!:" snd on the. most reasonaTde term*; also, a neatly furnished It' o?n for a young lady. Inquire ai 51 Sixth avenue, near West Washington pla <?. JfUMILIES OR SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN FIND AT ' the large and first elas* house 15 Carroll place, corner oi Hleccker and Thomson str - ts, very plea ant R uns, in Kfiltf or single, with first tla*s Ho trd, by applying a* above. IjlrUNISHED apartments-FRONTROOMS, large ' and small, together or separate, suitable lor gentlemen, \. it'1 or ^ iihout partial Board; or wouM a? commodate a gen tle mi 11 and wile keeping hou?e, with use of kitchen, gas, batli, Ac. 47 Amity street. ITHKNiSIlED PARLOR AND BEDROOMS TO LET? r with or without Board, to single gentlemen, at No. OM Sixth avenue. TJi. KMslIED ROOMS, WITH OH WITHOUT BOARD, in a strietiy private family. Houmj replet" with all mo dern improvements; eonvenlent to ra?*s and stages. Also a i n e 0!1i'-e for a ph>si an. Terms moderate. Apply at 105 East Thirty-thirl strot t, near L \ington avenue, IU'RNISIIED ROOMS TO LET-WIT 11 PARTIAL Hoar !, at No. 9 Washington plare. House ha* ail ui i i m improvements. U? b ren ? ? given and lequlr -d. II URN IBB ED RooM> To LET-WITH PARTIAL Ho ard, on the first, se nd nod third floors, or In ^ it-, to single ; "ntl? men or gentlemen and their wivvs. Apply at 7lJ Ea.-t Twelfth street, near Hi a., way. Flt'RNISIIED ROOMS TO LET?WITHOUT HOARD, TO iv ntl- aieu only. House cnn:a<tt* ail the modern im provement,-. Apply at3ri/ Fourth street, between the Bow try and Broadway, LU'RMSMKIt ROOMS WANTED?WITH OR WITHOUT I parti i\ B'lard, by a young lady, professor of musie, where her services in teaching with use of instrument's would be accepted as lull or partial payment, prcleucJ. A ?? di"-s Professor, station D, Hill ' Hons**. Handsomely furnished rooms to let?in Suits or separately, to gentlemen, without Board ? r Willi breakfssL ' iiIy. Terms mod- rate. Apply at 311 F??enh ; tr? < t, second b!o< k West o| Hro.niw v\ Hotel lodgings- lean, comfortable sin*. gle Rooms, from $ I 2'? t-> $1 fO a wick, or23<enisa : m ,ht, at the Union HoUd, !C ' Prime street, corner of Thomp ! son. Meals at all hours. Op- n ail night. IN THE VICINITY OF madison SQUARE?A PRIVATE lamlly are^desirous oi renting to a party of two or thn e gentleman, handsomely furnished Rooms, w 1th or witho ut lull board. Terms $6 per week. Address M. O., Madison i square Post otllee. \/| AI SON M EUR LEE, 70 AND 72 WEST THIRTY I irJL eighth street.?K oms elegantly furnished, or whole Honrs, with kitchen, cellar and yard. Houses new, firs* class, i four story, brown stone, common parlor; meals furnished. ; Whole pain or floor or Basement for physician's office, I )LEASAN1 l < on D FLOOR FRONT ROOMS-^FOR ! X lady and gentleman; board for one or both, at 52 Sixth , avenue, three doors from West Washington place. P' RlVATE hTmltfrWANTKD -B<)ARD FOit THE WIN ter, in a genteel private family, where no other boart ers are taken, by a family ? f si*. Unexceptionable n j rences given ami required, and all communications couiidcn I tial. Address 11. 8. 1)., box 4*176 Post oOlco BOAIil>l\U AM> LODCilNG. PLEASANT HOOMri. WITH FILL ??It PARTIAL Board, ut N'i. l.?A HuIhoii *?r "f, o;?|?? -ite S J *hti*?t Park; aha) it Purl?r and Extension Hi >th. Rctd'ylu en r*? changed. l)KlV ATK BOARD IN BROOKLYN.?A FEW tiENTLK 1 men or lamiHes can be accommodated with pleaxaut Rooms ou itrm and second floors, front, furnished and unhir ui lied Koouim, to suit. with Board, ut 2*21 Siato street, near lloyt. Pleasant location. Terms moderate. rro GENTLEMEN.?TO LET, To ONK OR TWO GEN. I tleue n, ii ik? u iy fnenishe I, )?!? *ah;int front Room and "* " '* ???! h.itlii ?tu adjoining. Apply m 148 corner of Macdougal. rFWOWEI ! FURNISHED ROOMS?ON FIN ST, SECOND A ??iul tilled Mourn, to lei, with or without Board, sui able for ! ouwekrepiug. Apply Ht U2 East Fifteenth street, near Third avclt e. TO LET.?TWO HANDSOME PARLORS, WITH MIR rot-sand chandelier*, furni*h?d or unfurnished, with or without Hoard; uIno ni< e single Rn>ms; EnglNh basement house containing all modcru Improvements. AtmU at No. 14 Went Ninth street. WaNTE1>-A WBNIBHBD ROOM FOR A GENTLE man and bin wile (B ard for the lady only.) House muaitluivc hath, cas, Ac., without other hoarders With a widow lady pit'I erred. Address, stating terms, K. 11., box 150 Herald oilier. TXT ANTED, v FAMILY. CONSISTING OF THREE IT grown persons, two children and tiui>e, desire a auit of three Room*, with Board, in a private family or quct boarding house; the vicinity of Lnion squire preferred; Rooms, without board, will answer, if a | rlvt'e ;e iu tho kiteheu an be had. Address E. W. G., Herald,otllce. WANTED TO LET-SOME H ANDSOME ROOMS, with f ? Hoard, an 1 table for or single gentlemen; also, a variety of single Rooms. App.y at )63 HI ccker street. 1 Monroe street, CORNER OF CATHARINE atreet.?Furnished Rooms to let to small quiet J a milieu, with facilities for economleal housekeeping, including gas. Crotou water, Ac, AUo, lodging Uoouih tor single gentle men, with or without Hoard. <J?0 Orr ?CHEAPEST BOARD IN THE CITY.?nice Z/Oi Rooms, with good Hoard. $2 25 to a week and up.vat da. Ladies and families suited very low; nice parlors, with planoa. 48 Liiqsmard street, near Hro.idway and Canal street. Also watchman all night, and lodgitig cheap. 9 ASHLAND PLACE (PERRY STREET), IN A FIRST cja?s private house, with all modern improve men ta and flue loca'hm, two well furnished Second Story front Rooms, with or without Hoard, to let. Possession given immediately. References given and required. 1 n WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, THIRD. DOOR J from Broadway.?To 1 t, to .i aiuglo gentleman,'wall or without partial Hoard, a large Room handsomely furnished; the liouae haa all the modern improvement!*; no boarder in the house but a Spanish gentleman, a professor. 1Q FIFTH ANENTE.?A Si IT OF HANDSOMELY X *1 furnished Rooms, suitable for a first elas* familv, with private table only, may be had for tiie winter. Also Rooms lor bachelors. 22 I N ION SQUARE ?FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, ?? with Hoard, to families. no WEST SIXTEENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVE nue.?Rooms to let, with Board, for familiea or single gentlemen. i) I I' N IYE1JSITY PLACE, CORN BR NI NTH STREET ? 4W X Elegantly furnished Apartments ru suite, with lull Hoard, or private table if preferred, to let. Also very desira ble single Rooms. ilouau furnished with all of the modern improvements. References required. QC AND 37 WEST THIRTIETH STREET.-A LADY having taken those two newly furnished brown stone houses, is prepared to receive famifies and gentlemen, with or without private table; most beautifully situated, between Broadway and Fifth avenue. References exchanged. OQ WEST TWELFTH STREET?BETWEEN FIFTH AND OO Sixth avenues, a Room to let furnished or unfurnished to a gentleman and wd'e on se ond lioor: all the modern ini prov mints; also a Room ?>n tided floor for one or two single gentlemen; house in p rfect order; terms moderate. I A WEST WASHINGTON PLACE?A GENTLEMAN T i and bis wife or single gentlemen can have pleasant Rooms, with Board, by applying as above. References given and required. I 4 FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN BOWBBY AND SE j" i" cond avenue.?To let, with full or partial Hoard, a h.inasoine fx tit Room, to suit gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen, with all the mode; n improvement a. 52 WEST FIFTEENTH STI:EET, BETWEEN FIFTH and Sixth avenue*.?To let, witti or without Board, to geuu?'inen or a gentleman and w ile, a tine suit of furnished Kfrtitn*, ??n l?rnt or se? otul floor, having every convenience. 1'nques imiabie relerem ea given and required. 71 WIS ST TWENTY-Till RD STREET, BETWEEN Filth and M\th avenues.?Rooms to let, suliaUe ior fiunilW and single gentli-vm n, f tirnlshed or uiifiu nished. Terms in k|. rate lor the locality. Reicrenco required. 7Q SPRING STREET, THREE DOORS FROM HROAD I O way.?War pri-e?. To let, several handsomely fur nished Ko linn to ni/!**.*'! gentlenu n. Location If near nil the lirst?la?. hotels itnij piaccsoj ainu?ement. Readit g ro?ni fir,-. In pure of ANSON HOUSE. Lj) l-A-T iwi:sty-fii:kt BTtBET-TO LET, A SCIT 0VJ ot handsomely hurnbheo Rooms. suitable for a family 01 r?>|ht.u'>iitt v, witli private table if desir I. House tirat i lass, im anti-i.lly located, one door from l?cimigtoti avenne, with par.. privilege. QQ QREENE 8VK8ET, ABOVE 8PR1 NO?ALSTON ?./0 House.?Elegantly furnished suits of Rooms, with gaa, CroAou water, and ev^ry convenience for housekeeping ?????> nomicaily; particularly aulted lot small, respectable families. K< n* low to permanent tenants. |/\ | EAST FOURTEENTH STREET, OPPOSITE THE 1***1 . v ?.?*: ? r i?\ ??i Mi ?air.?Rooms to let, with Board, fco famiii s or single persona, in suits or singly, furnished or par.tally turi.imcd; all the modern Improvements; one large and vi i v pleasant front Room. Proper ref# rente, given and re<p Ired. 11 QWEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.-A SUIT Of AJLO Koi ms on tin* seei nd lloor I'roni, with every convent em ?? atlio u u; a large Room suitable for a single gentle man References r quired. Apply ai 118 West Twenty third sucet. Location unexceptionable. "I OA THOMPSON STREET.?]FURNISHED EOON8 TO XO" let.?A handsome front Parlor ? n litat floor, with privilege of kit< h'it if required; also single Rooms for gen tlemen at $1 per week and upwards, to respectable persons only. 1 PRINCE STKKKT-RT. OLAIR HOUSE.?ELE X?iv/ gantly furnished Rooms, with Bedrooms attached, Willi a!) the conveniences for housekeeping complete, In cluding i.'oaand (Jrotou water, to let to respectable families or single gentlemen. m FOURTH STREET.?TO LET, A sMAf.l., NEAT, three storv House, with basement and sub-cellar, in trot?i order; hah all modern improvement.#; rent .it the rate of $;frN). Can be seen la t .w.-n tue hours of 10 and 3. For par ticulars impure of J. WESTERFIELD, 738 Broadway. 6) 1 f\ELM STREET -JACKSON HOUSE, THE LOWEST J*. 1AJ rented and most eornfortuhly and conveniently fur inched Ajarim nts in the, city, to meet the wauls of'small tami les, with every requisite furniture. Linen, oookiug range and utensils, gas and Oroton water. OA./J WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET ? FURNISHED Rooms to let. wtih Board, for a gentleman and 1 ami ly; also for single gent emeu. Dinner at 6 o'clock. Refe rem es exchanged. OA! FOURTH AVBNUE.-TO LET, NEATLY FUR ? O] nished Rooms. single or in suits, to families, with private table, or to single gentlemen, with partial Board. The house has all the modern improvements, and the location is central. Reference exchanged. (O BROADWAY (PLANTERS*HOTEL).?PERSONS UtO wishing per mam tit or transient Board, can mid ele git il ly furnished Rooms for families or single gentlemen, with a good table and reasonable prices; house first class; dinner at (J o'clock. HOI'SKS, ROOMS, &<?., WASTED. AL\A and BBS TWO ADULI DAUGHTERS DR. sire the care of a furnished House during the fall and winter. ? No compensation wanted, and tho best of reference will be given. Address Domus, Herald oflice. A GENTLEMAN DESIRES TO HIRE A FURNISHED Bedroom, with gas and arranged for a lire, for one month or longer, near some first class saloon. It must not exceed $3 fit). Would prefer it from one who does not have rent to pay. None need apply unless resectable. Address II. W. D.,'Herald oflice, for three days. House wanted?furnished or unfurnished, for the rent of will h the owner would take the u h ue or p u t in Bo nd. Pie ?se address, slating address and all par ticulars, 11., box 3,Mi) Post oilice, N. Y. House wanted, -a small two or three story House, with gas ;uid water, Ac.; location on the east side of New York, between Twelfth and Sixtieth streets; rent must be very low to the 1st, of May; if the house suits, will lease for one or three years.; Immediate possession required. Address Charles, box 3,'JOO New York Post oilice, stating loca tion, rent, ?*c. HOI BE WANTED IN BROOKLYN?A MEDIUM SIZED and costly House, with modern finish and appointments, in vicinity of Clinton, Lafayette or DeKalb avenue^; pleasantly located; well built; brick or stone front, or cot taau style, in exchange for a well established and orobtable manuta 'iuring ! u.-.iness, now paying handsomely, In Brook lyn. The owner <>? the business* cawnot give the attention which i! needs on account of other engagements in NYw York. Address, with particulars, Win. Bryson, box 3.HiH) N. Y. PostolOce, for two day j. nOUHl WANTED IN BROOKLYN?FOB \ SMALL FA miiy; must have water, gas, bathroom. ,fce., and not over ten or ttfieenjn.lnutes walk front Wail or Fulton ferries; in w pre erred. Addn s-, s'ating u rn s, location, Ac.. U. W. B., l o 231 Brooklyn IV-t ofiiee. for three days. pAJVT OF A HOUSE WANTED IBOUT Sit ? I N .1 rooms. Rent low. Address, staling terms and ttil pai ti culars, !?'. (i. L., Herald oilier. X\rANTED?ONE LAUCK OR TWO SMALL L'NFUR u nifthed UoomB, l:? a building used in part for o.'li *es, or h'lving an Independent entrance from the street, for u i-a : of < tie year or more; r-nl not. to excced $7"? for one or $100 for two ltooms per annum; a third or fourth story prc Urred. Address F. i*. M., Herald odice. \ITANTED?TO RENT UNTIL MAY l, BY A GENTLR y ? man and his wile, without children, a iiiruisht d House, In the vicinity of Madison square, at a low rent Unexcep. t'onalde reiei n ? -4 wdl be given, and pin per e n -- taKen of the premises. Address box 2,301 Ponmllee, seating partle ttlara. "lirANTKD?A FIRST CLASS COMPLETELY ITR V? nisi ei four story private Dwelling. !? r.. selct boMin - ;ng j j , ? tual -d !>? t ?? 1 enth ai 1 I '? p J Fourth and SlxlU avenues, until M iy 1. or lender it deain ?; rent moderate; references exchnuued. Addrei-, stutng terms and location, R. D., Herald oflio'. nri\'TPfi TMM1 Ii! A i r<Y?-A FUIIM- HED IIOL SE, W n nr ? y . ">g '?"? ?'?'?' >'* with the ^meIn p-art pnymeat of rent. Addicius, wlUniar tieulaw, Miss Van Bnren. 31 cotUige I' i! e TIf ANTED TO 111 UK-?1 ^ BROOK1 X. NEAH FULTON V\ ferrv a siiv.ll lf.-use, In a e,.o I neighborhood, by a re ... ?n-ih!<* I'anv H< :it not t ? f I WStK A'tdr.'sb, Mutlug Where 1. ? ? i# tit i-?t?.l, *c., V. U. C., fco* 17:( II Kill OllIC. lUILROAOI. Hi'tVsn.N'" KATLKOAD ?TRAINS POICALBANY, Troy, the North and West, leave Chambers street at t and 11 A. M., and 3;3o, 5 and 10 15 P. M. N'EW YORK, nARLEM and ALBANY RAILROAD ? Summer arrangement.-Express train for Albany, Troy, North and West, leaves Twenty-sixth street Station at 11 A* M. kvr local trains see lime table. JOHN BURCHILI . As.-i-rifit roit kali:. A BARB CHANCE FOi LITHO JRAPHER8 ? A GEN /\ tieinan who hsn l>een long est tblb hf? > In I iie Ihh .r ,>hiC bu*:ne<s in out* of the tirHeiiie* In C. n -ru, wialie*, <>tt ac nut of had health, to r!lre from taininc**, and would dis l' ?' "?* it 'Mi reasonable t rniH. For psrthu'ar* apply to WILLY \V ALLACti, 131 William M, r.-;, V a York. A LIQUOR STOKE, STOCK AND FTXT U RES FOR ./V h' -On 'he x-uthw-d corner of Tinr<l mV<- i i?* and El *ht>-tiftli iitrout, it in# .'i good tun mm*. The ow ner is in o'tu r hiiMiiifKH and In uttftble to atteud to It. Call at Jordan Balls, ??\t door. A DRUG STOKE, Fou 8ALE?NJCELY FITTKD UP ./V and doing a gooit retail um| prescription bu*iiie*s; ?*?? ? so'^ ?'heap I??'r cash. Apply to W. A. I llL A < O., 37 1 ark row, room 17. 4 RARE CHANCE?FOR HALE, A FIRST CLASS neatly titled up and doing a good bu?l U ? *;V <heap for ca*h. , For par lieu lurs inuulro at 111) Bowery, after I0o\ lo< k A M.. A BAKERY FOR SALE?ONE OF THE HEST IN THB J\ city, now doing i very tint*' bunine**; will be wold cheap. Ilnk-TH and oi hers w ho wnni to puiviiHHc a Bakery would do Willi to apply ui mitchells Business Agency. 79 Cedar street, near Broadway. Asegar store, established sixteen years, be t locution on H wery, aud doing always a goo.i bmi n h?; w 111 be Hold for incluoing a corn pie to stoi k of flne N-wm, Tobacco, Pipe*, Ac. lieut iow. A| ply at Bowery. A SPLENDID NEW MILCH COW KOR SALE?OF THIS ?<? ."t quality, w ith a < all' by h< r *ld?*; wai ranted to giv? 2<?quarts or milk a day. also to make 14 pound* ol Lmiu>r i? week. Apply at 16# Hast Twen'y-iiith street. BUTCHER'S shop and fixtures for SALE-NO opnosbinn In the neighborhood; the fixture* are new, and will be hold t-lteap for For particular* inquire in the ?tore, threu from the corner of Forty-lirst street and Fourth avenue, *ant side. CIOAL OIL factory FOR RALE?ON ACCOMMODAT J log U-rm*; ills in peril ci order, andean turn out upwards ">f a lw barrel* of retiu? d oil per week- Address Coal Oil, He rald oiliee. CCOUNTRY STOKE FOR $'J.WKV-ONE OF THE BEAT J locations in Westchester county; $l,tift)cash, balance on mortgage; 14miles out, at Went Mount Vernon, on llarlem Railroad, eo4t m?od houwe, \) roonm, large Htore, 3 tene* uient hnurea.8 < lt> iota, hprinu water, fruit. Thiti pro perry Ih worin looking after; title perfect. No area * need apply. Take 8 A. M. train trom Twenty muiIi ntreet and Fourth avenue. ln?|uiro of the owner, near th<- depot at W. mi Mount Vernon. JOHN 8. YoitKE. BjlOR SALE?A BAKERY AND confectionery 1M 1 Hrookun, on the corner of llond and Livingston mreetn; one of the Went Htanda In the city. liKjuire on the preniiiica for further particular*. 1710B SALE A KlBUT CLAPS RESTAURANT AND V DlniiiK Saloon, in one ot the hent IhihIiovh location* dowu town; haa been enuiblmhed over9t)yearneatly itti< <1 ui), rent low, and will be Bold at a treat bargain. Apply at 116 John xtreet. S^OR SALE?A FRESH DURHAM COW; PRICE $60. To be neeii at NorriiT Htable, 118 Cllnion plaec. I^OR SALE?THE STOCK OF A FANCY STORE; RENT nheap, Including the fixture* and furniture. Reasons will be given for Nelliug out. Inquire at 544 JCighth avenue, between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth streets. IjtOB SALE?OR WOULD BXCHANOB A FIB8T0LAM J? corner grocery and ihpior Ston* down town, for d? *ira ble faney or ?lry good*; leano at very low rent. A large mock of tiroi erie* w Lll be Hold tow for e..ali. Apply at 12 Centra Street. /.EOLIO X HASTINOri. For hale?a first rate oyster saloon and Luie-h Room, to a man who undemiandH the IiuhIuhmi; will be Hold reasonable, having other buHiueiis to aiieud to. Inquire at No. 4 Hanover utreet, of N. U. A. WEVER, from 10 to 2 o'clock, tor three days. No ageuta need apply. IjlOR RALE?TIIE STOCK, fixtures AND A TIIHEB 1 and a half years' lea^e of a Boot and Shoe Htore, in ono ot ti?e tx-Ht locatiouH on Sixth avenue. Will be Hold at a Mac riiii-e. Apply at the store, 4i?7 Sixth avenue. InOft SALE-A FIRST CLASS MEAT MARKET, WITH Horse, tVa ,on and Fixuirea complete, ami live years lease of premise*; the place in now doing a good bum; KatUfactory reason* given ior Hrlling. Apply to TAYLOR, CORNELL A moon, 410 West Wellington Market. N. B.? Will ex. Iiange I?#r property. IIOR SALE?the FIXTURES and GOODWILL OF the Loot and Shoe Store, 147 Oreeuwiih street; hus he en oecupl'd in the name buHin-'H* thi* seven year*; also, ono of Howe's be*n vlinder Leather Machines, ouly been in uhq ten months, for iue cheap. Iior SALE?the old ESTABLISHED SEOAR STORK and Barroom, 815 Broadway, near Twelfth street; rea hoii for selling the owner has other business to attend to; al*o. a smart German barkeeper wanted; must know some thing about the scgar trade. Inquire In the more. I IOR BALE?A MILK ROUTE, IlOKSK, WAGON. IIA R 1 ncK*. Ac.; noils '?Ai quarts per day; cle sp for casn. Ap ply to Mr. YOUNG, 95 East Thlriy-seoond street. 14lOR SALE?ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY. CASH BUY ' eis seeking to make iiun hases of any kind, ai a *uvin.g of |*?r cf*?it, will be Introduced to the owners st the Gene* rai Registry Oillce, 335 Broadway, by A. t.'. JONES & CO. iiuit sa 1 i. ? A GROCERY STORF, DOING A GOOD bufdncsh; sent taken out in groceries; satisfactory rea I olli?e. * given t ?r f ulling out. For further |?arneulars addresa Robert A damson, CI Chambers street, lirst floor, back IjlOK WALK?THE STOCK ANI) FIXTURES OF AM 1 Oyster Saloon, located at 82 Nasaau street, doing a good c.ihIi 1>uniu? Hi. For particular** upply on the premises. I^OB BALE?TWENTY AMALGAM BKLL8, WEIGH I NCI . 1'rnm lifty to six hundred pounds, with lour full set of Itcll Patterns and the secret J??r making the nam*'. Thc*ti IwIIh are warranted equal to any in the market, which will be alio* n to the ttatislactlon of any parry wishing to pur chase. The whole will he sold for about $300. Adoresa iron Founder, L??>173 Herald oftlce. TjIoK SALE AT A HAK'iAIN AN nl.D EST AII LIS!! EI) r B?.tier, t'heene and E?'p Store, m one of the heat loea tions in the city, now doing a good cash business. A|?| iy at 101 Barclay atreet. 17VOB SALE ('IIEA P?Til K LE A si; AND F1XTUBB8, 1 with or without Stoclt. of a wholesale and retail Liquor Store, with private bar attached, hi mated on Third avenue, near tliv entrance to the Central Park. Apply at the store, MO Third avenue. 1jK>B SALE OHBAT-AfUtST CLASS GROCERY AND Liquor Store, nUuatcd on one of the bent corners hi Brooklyn, E. P. The only reason for celling Ih the owner m ^oing in the country. N li.?Part of the money ran remain. Apply to C11AULE.S E. CORDIS, 170 Chatham stieet, room No. I. FOR 8ALE TBRT CHEAP?A FINE HOTEL, DOIECI a good paying buniueHH, well located, clieip relit, fur nished throughout; mason for selling, ?!. kuean of the owner. Apply at 170 Chatham street. J. P. TitAVEK. |JH>B SALE OR BXCH ANGE?FOB WATCHES AKD J? J<w try or silver plated Ware, one ot J. M. B. David son's lire proof Parlor or Ivmillv Safes, finished in earve<l work In lw-a iti/'nl style; it fi.??< folding doors, marble slab, and is entirely free from damnm-as. Address U. W. K, box .1,073 Post office. P'?R BALE VERY LOW?A SMALL SIZED SAFE. J? Wllder's patent; al*oa box in the Post ollice. Apply at 243 IVari street. Quartz r m k mills and patent for, hale ? Cojuvord hy miners at the mines tlie very bent lor re u?. ins roek and other hard substiineeH to impalpable powder, with hardened shilling grinding suriaors easily changed. 80UTHW1CK * WOOD, S2 Nnssau streot, rpo GROCERS?A RAKE CII ANCE.?STOCK, FIXTURES, X Ac., of store corner of Forty-tilth atreet and Sixth ave nue, for nale at a great bargain: on!** a few hundred dollars In eash required. Apply to.I. W. CI L LIES, him 2^7 Washington street, New Vork. mo PHYSICIANS.?FURNITURE. FIXTURES. MBDI X eiries, Ac., of ol!lee No. 7.'i Crosby street, one block front Broadway, lor sale cheap. The present occupant in going to W ashin^ton. (ina FOR HALF PATENT INTELLIGENCE M\ tPlUU ehine; made $2,000already; security If required; party must be active and rwsiiectahlf*. J. J. Wilsun Wllllarasburf, N. Y. Rft WILL BUY A HANDSOME LIQUOR STORE IN 'pluU Mu'.Vrry street; twenty y*?um a liquor store, iu Sixth ward; $.-<10 for the best corner Liquor Store on Seventh avenue; Oyster Saloon on rThird avenue: a Drug Store for sale, price $100; corner 8tore to let, rent $,'J0 live years* leans. A| \ ly to PAYTEN, 95 In.I i n street. az(\t\ WILL PURCHASE A SOLID CASH PAYING VGvv business; will bear examination; will wive steady employment the year round to a gentleman or two and two or three von rig !a lieu or boys. For particulars address for a week J. U\, Eighth avenue Post ofli ?\ " medicaiT. t N IMPORTANT WORK ?A 01 IDE FOR THE MAIU J\. rled, or those contempluiftng it. The atilicK d, debliiiated or disea e.d should not marry or adopt any treatment till t):ey have lnformed themselves of the tru'h, oniy found in Dr. LAHMONT'H Paris. London and New York Medical Ad viser and Marriage Guhu* (flOth edition). Mailed for $1 \>y KTCHAItDSoN, No. 1 Veacy atreet, and ROSS .1c TO USE V, 121 Nassau street. The Doctor cure* all such nIIecijons, re cent or of longstanding, expeditiously and p Laejy, as for years pant, at 617 Broadway, upstair*, from ? A. M. to G P. M. A FFECTIONS CAUSED BY MERCURY AND CERTAIN J v. diseases Hucec*#duli> eured by Dr. Ward, No. 12 Laight str eet. The Doctor in constant attendance. DR. WARD TREATS ALL DI8BASE8 OF FEMALES with unparalleled success Homethlngfor every lady, his great Benefactor. OiDcc 12 L tight street. DR. COOPER. NO. 14 PI am: 0TREBT, MAY BE CON* suited tin all diseases of a certain nature. Tweatv-eight years exclusively devoted to these complaints enable bun '-i warrant a c?ire In all cases. The victims ol misplaced confi de;!. e in medics! pretenders can call, with a certainty of be ing radi?'Ally cured or no pay. DJt |l COBBETT. MEMBER OF TIIK NEW YORK Uuivrralty (M'viloil i;?il *??' < l/nidon, can U) cotwtilK .1 will. Hi" m.?i I. confidence on iirlvBle iIihiuvh, At bi. oftl ?*? litre - 11 cct. nfar 1 lmm? 1? ,i. N. H.?S.i' Dr. <? ? In hi? I'rhate . riu..ii<o al No. OCily llnll |il???. Dl- kui'II oilTCB3 itj OtOflBT 8TSBBT, COB> nerof IIouKton. Uoum, II iu a .nd 0 till V P. M. tVr .1 .Ml S A. M U? I,ATE OF CINOINNATI. TUB J I u'.'ll knoivn h . Ui:< if., ? ur.*? nil ii.-:it'? unu < >" n1' *lin|'l) liv ui'1 lnying on of luindu, wltbom tho ?si. Of m. dl' inc. OOl'e S7I Fourth .irrrt, all hour.. *i \it. im;nti-:r has foh twijity ykaics . mnfined 1/ li'i ?" atlon t'><l ?<" h . ? ]" h c 'j'f.i' n In which hi I ?? ?v alcdnu|. ?.lli;.n?VWi .. <,?, ? ulinil ?n tn,t?noe of UIIh-t llis great r. ino ly. f*r. If inlir h H -.l t'f p, cir?? t" i i'n dlw iki Win n r.'t u ? r trnitni' tit an I all otln-r romc dlcl CUM Without dl ? r r i i tt> n i.i ;h? halilt. of tii" ratlrnt; cure# wltlu nt the dl?(?it<tini? and .Irkcnlng t>r f< <-i? ol all other n-niedl?t; rnrrr In new In l.-? lima *l\ houi-K. It loots out tint I' linonou. taint the h'ood i. snro to .ti.-or!i itnlcsi the rrmi ily i< nwd. It Ih $1 a, >nd can ii, ,1 I. <)|>ia iii'.i ???i.'iini my where than nt thii o!d "fll'-e. No. I Dlvl-t'.u -Ii f t. Book I"!? nothlt'K thai tr--a'? of tlii' effect* oltrarly id. Hammond on neu' oca spe< iai. diseases,bar rmne, Ai'., #1 RICHAUUSON, No. 1 Ve.vy .treet,M. Y. UtTNDBSDB ARB OISAFPOINTKD Til.I, njIDIKO j), WAKD'S ollie.. U L?t.:W nbr. i l, and giving hid iwiwdlM ? trial. Th-y arc Instantly . ttrwl. 1iKOFES?OR KESTEI'Tj, 102 CHAMBERS STREET. CAM L in- .?'d, n m? i*l, or by letter to box 2,d6i). Boston ,,111co, No. 8 llarriton avenue. UrOVDKRFl't. SUCCESS OF UR. WVRD, 12 LAMIIT . r. c'.-.Certain Jijm.*? i. tlrn* .. I . . Jwkf '? *

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