Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 15, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 15, 1861 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 9166. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 180JL-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE TWO CENTS. HOtmSS, ROOMS. .VC? TO I.BT. Apartments to let?in anew brown stone Hhiim', with gai, water ami water closets ou each Uo"r; ?M H<? mi, iwu iipitniom*. two I'niiiri' H and Itilcteciio Kent Si $7 60?at 4M W??*t Thirty-fifth ?tr*'?L A furnished COTTAGE ON THE HUDSON, TO h't, on?* hour from N??w York, and thrw infnuteM from station; all tbo coin fart* of a city reddenc*. with an ai re or Wifriy cultivated ground, conservatory, Ac., lu one order; rant low. Applyait 88 Front street, New York. A furnished BECOND floor TO LET?CONSIST, lug of (hire rnnmi and pantries, separately or together with full or partial Board; bath and gaa. Location pleasant and convenient. family small and qinet. No. A3 East Twen tieth street, war Broadway. A SPLENDID FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR, TWO bedr?i?m< and front basement, with bedrqoin auil pan try, to let u> a aroall family or a piu ty of geutletuen, in a pri vate house,-with all the modem Improvement*; also a room wllb badroom, lor housekeeping. Inquire at 90 Prince ?treeI, a l?nv iloora weat of Broad way. * A LAW WHOSE HUSBAND HAS gone TO THE WAR, ami who owns and occupied her oivn house, wishes to make Home arrangement with a ainall family to let |?trt ?r the whole honae furnished. The House 1* Hituated in one of the beat loealll lea In Brooklyn; (Ive minutes' walk troni the terry, and formatted In the' beet style. AUdre** >1. T., Ihix t,S19 Peat office. A SPLENDID POUR STORY BRICK HOUSE ON Houston street, wmt of and near Broadway; tbe houae 1*25x75 (lot 25x105 feet), tn complete order, newly papered ami painted: has water, gaH, Ac.; the location Ik very desira We, and it will be let or leaned on very fit voluble term* to a responsible tenant. Apply Lu ("HAS. K. MILLS, 34 Cedar etre.t. A WELL FURNISHED FOUR STORV CAEN STONE Kiigltr-h liaacini'ut House to let, to a responsible parly; it la Mi good order, having be< n painted and cleaned through out. Apply at 37 Ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth ave nue*, from 9 to I o'clock, dally. CHEAP RENT?HALF OF A PRIVATE HOUSE TO let; consists of Ave rooms, pantries ami Croton. Hem $8 per mouth; was rent d for $12 iO. Inquire in Flfty-teuiih atreet, tilth hiiuse west of SiMli aveuue. , Furnished house to let?handsomely fi r uished and well situated in Second avenue, near Ninth street. For term* apply ai IK) John aircet. Furnished house to let?at yonkerb, con taming twelve ro,mis, iully furnished with everything complete for housekeeping except linen ami silver. Rent $27 per mouth i'o**e**ton can be bad immediately. For parti cular* apply at 91l> Broadway. Furnished house to let?a first class House, on Wyckoff street, Brooklyn, *eeond house ea*t of New York avenue; baa all the modern Improvement*; wilt be let rcuRotutnly until the first of May to a *inall lamlly; two lines of city cars within a ! w blocks. Apply on tbe pre mises or to A. V. HATFIELD, 47il Broadway. Furnished house to let.-the three story high (toop brick House No, 90 Weal Thirty-second street, between Sixth ami Seventh avenues, ueatly furnished, to be tot till l*t of May next for $100 per month. Apply on the yremlaes. House to let?in fifth avenue, Brooklyn, between Deuu and Bergen streets, Good tenant re paired. Price between f2B0 and $30ti. For further Informa tion apply at Mr. FRANK OTARD'S, 48 Venver hired. New York. Horses at private sale-two pair very floe Carriage Hone*, bay*, long tails, sixteen hand* high; also one tine single Horse, bay, sixteen hands high all jiint arrived from Central New York. To be seen al the Hippon* Stable*, Thirty-ninth (Ireet, corner Broadway and With avenue. House and garden to let-near the line of Fulton avenue car*. Brooklyn; rem $10 iier month. Apply to R. B. LEWIS, 73 Vesey street. SPLENDID OFFICE FOR A DOCTOR. TO LET, NEAR Fifth avenue and Uniou square. Address by letter, Of fice, Godfrey'* Union square Post office. mo LET-THE three STORY AND BASEMENT X House 92 Thirty-second street, between Lortngton and Third aveDUPH, Miiitahli: for a K^nt^el family ; has Croton, fH, Ac.; rent low. Imiitlre on the premises, from 10 till 4, or of R. RUSSELL, 127 West Twenty-flftb street. mo LET-THE PREMISES 9S AND 95 WEST TWENTV X ty-flfth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues; the house Hi 90 feet, deep, S4 feet 6 inches In front, three story and oeHar, and originally built lor a rectifying distillery, for which it 1* admirably adapted; there Is a well lighted office In rear of the main building, and stable capable of accom modatlag *lx horses, with carriage houae, to which tKcre ia ? commodious entrance. Will be let reasonably to a good tenant. Long lease and immediate po*aes*ion given. Apply t?_WM. T. VTALTON, 32 New Bowery. r) LET?FURNISHED, IN TWS NTT-FIRST STREET near Fifth avenue, a Parlor ajid one to- two Bedronm*, with large pantrn s^tnd bath rooni, on (eennit floor; will be let to gentlemen or V small lamlly, with privilege in kitchen tf required. Fur address apply at tile Nidi tun square Pull oCce. fpo LET?HOUSE 18 GROVE STREET, THREE STO X rieaand basement; rent low ; b ase may be bad. Can lw aeenat any time. mo LET?AT VERY LOW RENT, TWO FLOORS OF X th? large new building 133 West Eighteenth street, be tween Seventh and Eighth avenues; well hguted, and calcu lated tor manufacturing purpose*. Inquire on the premise*. (IV) LET-THE VERY DESIRABLE Fol'R SToRV X Hon**', 229 West Thirty-fourth street, UK) feet wide. Belgian pavement. Ac. Rent low. Immediate possession. Apply on tbe premises, or to JOHN >. KELSO, N2 William si. mo LET?THE DWELLING PART OF HOUSE NO. 273 X Greenwich street, neur Murray, occupied ten years past Ma boarding house. Unit low. inquire only at 19(1 Wash ington street, near Fulton, at J OIIN *L ADEN'S. Possession Immediately. TO LET?A SMALL MARBLE FRONT HOUSE, NEAR Thirty-sixth street, In perfect order. Contains gas bx tnre*, water closet, baths, Ac. Rent only $.'150 per annum; Worth $800. Also Lower Part of house 104 East Twenty ?ighth street, sx room*. J. R. WILCOX, Office 343 Fourth avenue. mo LET?HOUSE *23 FOURTH STREET, ALBION A place, two blocks from Broadway. Location desirable. Sent low. See n dully twelve to one o dock. Also a number of small Aparunmis troin $.'> to $M. J. R. WILCOX, office 343 Fourth avenue. TO LKT-A THREE STORY BRICK BUILDING; good chance fur a baker to commonee business. Inquire at U Monmouth street, Jersey city. t~ IO LET?TWO LAKGE, WELL LIGHTED BASEMENTS, 2!txl20 feet, wall ellt I'M nee 8 on Broadway and Merrer aireet. Will be rented very ' heap. Apply to 1). Ofit'It XKVKK or W. G. COCHBAN,?and Ml Broadway. rpo LET-TllE FRONT AND BACK ROOK, TWO I'AN X tries ami llall Heoroom, on second floor, with bae< b/tr-f' ment if required, in a m-attwo siory bouse, in a pleasant neighborhood, to a small tuinily only.; rem moderate. In quire at 44 Daciloiiga) street. rLET. FURNISHED AS THE HOUSE ls-324 WEST Twenly-aecomI street. A private lumily ean have it ?ery reasonable. Possession ' oe given immediately, and it can be wen i ruin 10 to 4 o'clock tiusuay. For term* In quire on the premise* or at my re-idi uce. F. NICHOLL.S, i?l West Thirteenth street. TO LET-TO A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY, THE Second Floor In house 134 Thompson street, consisting Of four Rooms, with closets, w.irdrobes, Ac. The house bus been ne.v, ly painted, w ith gas and waler through. To n good tenant w ill be let low. Inquire, on the premises. rpo LET-LOWER PART OF A NEW HOUSE, CON A siltingot front and baek Basement, with dark room, front and baek Purlor, ami Hall Bedroom, with modern im provements; rent low. inquire at 234 Washington street, Hobokcu, X. J. mo LET?THE FOURTH FLOOR OF NO. 24 ANN A street. To tilth as may require good light for their business the promises are very desirable. Inquire in Ibe office of El Notieioso, same building. rro LET?THE UPl'iH PAUT OF THE BUILDING 889 JL Broadway, corne*t Nineteenth strt-ei, at a moderate rent, lor business or dw elling. Apply at 88'J Broadway, in the .?tore. rr?0 LET?NO. 7'i9 BROADWAY, WELL SI 1TED FOR A A large boardtng house or hotel. \\ ill be rented at a great bargainon early application to JOHN LLOYD >it SONS, 15 Nassau .street. , T) LLTVTO A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, IN A STRU T ly private family, a Iarg?, comfortable Room, with break last; terms low. No. 1 Si Timothy place. West Filty-si-cond street, one door I rom. Eighth amine cars, Kcierences ex changed. rLET?A PARTIALLY FURNISHEDTHREE STORY House In South Brooklyn, desirably heaieil; furniture for parlor, lase nent kitchen, and tour chambers; will be letfroin mw till MaV lor (276, or furniture would be sold. Apply at 24 Strong piaec, one block imm Henry street. rLET OR LEASE?THB three STORY AMD BA*r men! brown stone front dwelling House No. 2 F ,v second street, between Eighth avenue sod Broadway, fn per feet order, with all the modern improvement, chandelier*, gas fixtures. Ac. Kent $3U0 |>er year toa good tenant ami ?mallfamllv. Inipiiie ne.\i door. No. 3, or of II. ONDKU DONK, Nyai k, N. Y. WW) LET OR LEASE?THE HOUSE AND SALOON 127 A Oreene street; also the hoii.?> and store 179 EUi&hcth Apply in the store 181 Elisabeth street. O RENT?A FINE THREE STORY* BRICK 1I0VSI), with the modem Improvements, for a mere nominal -rent. The rent not ?o much an object as to have a person that will tali' good care ot the bouse Address immediately 8. D. M., box Fill Herald oftldf. fno RENT LOW-AN EXCEEDINGLY NEAT AND X tasty House, on Houston street, two blocks from Broad way, having ?il modern Improvements and newly painted *napap*reii. Will be rented for $400 per annum cash, on a lease of two ye ars, ?hnndeliers and gas lu lures included. Apply to THOMAS J. MILLER. 74 Broadway r CROCKERY MERCHANTS.?TO I.ET, IN THE Bowery, ik new and spacious Store, rebuilt 011 oil oroek ?ry stand of more than twenty years. Apply at the dru< atore corner Bowery and Fourth street. 5TH AVENt E?FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.?TO rent, the extra large sited House No. SS2 Filth avenue, between Tliirty-tiftb and Thirty-sixth streets, furnished or unfurnished. "Apply to B. H LI DLOW ,t 10. S?. J I'lne street, neat Hrosdwsv. #Q A MONTH.?COTTAGE HOUSES, EIGHT ROOMS, VU fronting city railroad. South Brooklvn; healthily In. aaled; view orihe bay; seven minute*' walk to lerry. Ap ply at3# Colombia street, Brooklyn. t I DKSTISTRY. ARTIF1TIAL BONE FILLING FOR DECAYSD Teeth, inserted while soft suit giving no pain. Aching teeth or n*re shells can be tilled by the discoverer, J. PEARSON. M.D., rooms 8?W Broadwav, one door above Seventeenth street. R. B.~Beware of tho traahy Imitations ot cheap ope raw >rs. 4 8 I HAVE HAD HBflM TKETH EXTRACTED WITH A out pain by I'r. J. Jay Vlllers, of 155 Grand street, I take great pleasure lu recommending him to those suffering 'rom loolbaebe. Mrs, A. CARLETON, f9 North Beyond street, Wllllsmsburg. DRY GOODS. ^ UN OLD, CONSTABLE A CO. Are now offering large linen of LINEN AND Ctn'TON GOODS of every description. AI?o BLANKET?, FI^NNKLS AND QUILTS. i'anal street, turner of Mftn'r. ^ r 375 BROADWAY. ^ THE NEW VOKK CLOAK AND MANTILLA STORE Will open ON MONDAY NEXT, l?h Inst., Willi a ?i>|i mild assortment oi PA 1(18 CLOAKS ill V< lvet, Cloth, Beaver, Grot Of ltiden and all oiher leading fabrics, w hirh will tie ollerediiit |?t'? to mil the times. 0 ILOAKSt CLOAKS'! Wo off"r at retail our immense stock of CLOTH AND litAV KK CLOAKS *t extremely low prices. Tin- mix k comprises every variety ol' new anil deMrubl. goods, maiiulactured evprensiv ior the Broadway retail trade. K. S. mills A CO., 41 It Broadway, near Cauai Mrect. Wholesale slock ah usual ai MIX ami 844 Broadway. ^JLOAKS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS; A LARGE VARIETY, In all the Islesstyles, At the Crystal l'alare Emporium, 2.Y2 Bowery. W. II. ROBEItTS. C1LOAKS AND MANTILLAS. J CHARLOTTE (J. SMITH HAH OFKNItK HKH FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS IN VELVET. SILK AND CLOTH CLOAKS. BASlJl KS AND SACtjUKH. 1,142 Brood wsy, comer Tweiiiy-sliiU street. ^JUllTAIN MATERIALS. Selling oil lo close the concern. BROCATELS, SATIN Dt-XAINES, DAMASKS, lace curtains, ke. C1IAS. LUM A CO., Ubl Broadway, late Ferguson Bit*. JjjTABHIONABLE CLOAKS AND SHAWLS. ill THK UTMT PARIS AND london STYLES, NOW READY AT RETAIL, MUCH BELOW REGULAR PRICES. LORD A TAYLOR, Nos. <61 to 467 Broadway, Not. 265 to 261 Grand street, Nm?. 47 and 49 Catharine street. j^RENCH MEK1NOES, IRISH POI'LINS, OTTOMA> VELOURS, PARIS PRINTED DELA1NKS, REl'S, WOOLLEN PLAIDS and several largr Invoices of FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODfi, JUST RECEIVED FROM AUCTION, AT RETAIL, \EKY CHEAP. LORD ATAYLOR, t Nos. 461 to 467 Broadway, Noa. 265 to 361 Grand street, Nos. 47 and 49 Catharine street. QOLD WINDOW SHADES, BUKF HOLLAND WINDOW SHADES, WHITE HOLLAND WINDOW SHADES, Best <iuallty, at reduced pric?s. Soiling oil' to close the concern. ('HAS. LUM A CO., 351 Broadway, late Ferguson Bros.* J^ACE CURTAINS. Tiro thousand pairs of superior LACE CURTAINS, From 92 W to <5 |ter pail. ALSO DRAI'EKY Ml SL.i^i Very cheap. ARNOLD, CONSTABLE * CO., ('anal nireet, corner of Mercer. ^fOl'RNINQ DRESS GOODS. ARNOLD, CONSTABLE kCO. Have now in store A large anil choicc stock of MOURNING DRESS GOODS, Ol" every description, All of which will tie offered at th? LOWEST market RATES. i 'anal street, col ner of Mercer. M ACY'8 WAR SALE Ot HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, LACE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONS, Ac.. Will be continued THROUGH THIS WEEK. BEST KI1> ULOVES ti3cents n pair. K. H. MACY, 'AM and 2u6 Sixth avenue, corner of Fourteenth street. N MOURNING GOODS. The special attention of famines requiring Mourning Goods Is respectfully called to our iar^c ?u<i desirable ator.k of Mull ruing Dreg* Goods, Cloaks, Bonnets, Ac., Ac. Our ?t<ck embraces every article desirable lor dies* anil secoud mourning. Prices to suit the times. Call ami examine. Observe W. JACKSON, Importer of Mourning Goods, 651 Broadway, between Spring un<t Prince street?. EW OLOTIIS AND CI.OAKl.NGS. PLAIN AND 1 ANCY. IN GREAT VARIETY, TOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR, below begi la:; prices, AT RETAIL, LORD A TAYLOR, No*. 4(il to 4?r BROADWAY, Nos. U55 to 2(11 GRAND STREET. Ni'S. 477^Ti9 CATHARINE STREET. XTEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED BY 1\ MILLER A GRANT, 703 Broadway, are now ready for the Inspection of customers. Thread Velio, $2 tn $5; Thread Shawls, $.10 to >100: Jaconet sew, em broidered Handkerchiefs, 4o. 11 ICH FALL DRESS SILKS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND ELEGANT PARIS STYLES. ALSO, s LOW PRICED SILKS, PLAIN AND FANCY, IN GREAT VARIETY, FROM AUCTION?AT RETAIL. LORD A TAYLOR, Now. toi in 467 Broadway. Nos. 809 to 261 Grand street. Nnf. 47 and 4ii Catharine street. s FECIAL NOTICE. EDWARD LAMBERT t CO., No. 447 Broadway, Have now reojained their 81 ore foi the (iKEAT CLOSING SALE, IN LluCIDATION, OF THEIR ESTATE IMMENSE REDUCTIONS Have been made in ih" prices id' the entire sin'-k, which must be disiMis d of this Season. GREAT BARGAINS Will be offered In BILKS, SHAWLS, CLOaRS. WINTER DRESS GOODS, 1101 SEKEEPING GOODS, LACKS ASH EMBROIDERIES. GLO\ ES AND 4i AI NT LETS. MOURNING GOODS. AC. All to be sold by the lat ol" December lie. , and presenting perhaps the greatest opportunity to buy cheap .uudsevn offered In this city. Solomon a hart. ,V0 HROADWAV. Arc offering tu ? bole*<ili" and i ctail buyer*, forcash and short tune at exiivmelv low | t. th- rslock of 01 RTA1N GOODS. Fi ItNI I'l lii; COVERINGS, CPHolsteky materials .f eiei a. ? ,.i-. GOLD AND FAINTED WINDOW SHADES. AND FRENCH AM' AMERICAN PAPER HANGINGS. DECORATIVE AMI plain Tlieir slock ut the above K?od< l? tiic largcmf in his market, and eontatns n great tnuny liies bought at auction ?ud l rum liankrut t Mocks, at prices lower ihsn i-ost oj Impoi atioO, Which they nr.' able to ofl'er at tjreut hsigmins. TTNITED STATES L. CLOAK AND MANTILLA STORE, 304 atMl306 Canal S'reet, Wlil open on Tl'ESDAV. I5th it ?t . W lth an enure new and elegant assortment ??' CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS, Recently selected I v Mr. W II dianan Mic kenrle In the Psil? and London markets,comprising all <?( :ticl*t?s! in.vel tlCF. Htt CAREY. T1TANTKD To BIV-A SABLE CAPE AND MUFF AND IT culls, w olid liand. Tbr j rb e must sun the I lines. A cash customer. Addrass Anoa Horten. Herald office $')A AAA ~T<? JOBBERS-WANTED THIS IIAV. tjU.UUU. a stock of Dry Goods, Clolhlwg, or other meruhnmliso, for Wen'ern New Yol k, t-"v which oash one third and stock, bonds and real e.,tnte for balance will lie paid. Responsible piriies, prepared loset promptly, treated with in confidence, slid may apply lor I .tree dsys lo SMITH A CO., 'trtol M. H. Ldeon, iM Ffi.r street, N. V. BOA It 1)1 M G AMD LODGING* J LADY AND IJER DAUGHTER, HAVING A LARGE house, juat below Union square. in a desirable location, would like t<? m.tlte arrangetm iiu w ii 11 one large <?r two smali families for tin* winter; private tables If desired. Address Irvuif, bos l,7!ft Post oft.v. AT 126 NINTH STREET, A FEW DOCKS WEST OF Broad aay.?A Suit of Rooms, with Board, consisting of Parlor, two Bedrooms ami Bathroom. Alto slujjo Room*. The best of fHltrfDcttii given and required. AT 30 KA8T TWENTIETH STREET, NEAR BROAD way.?Hoard.?A very dealrahle front Room; also a very | l?asaut unit of front Rooms. House first das*. Fami ly small amt aelcct. Terma very reasonable. Heal of refe rences. Location very convenient. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, AND TWO SINGLE gentlemen, can l?o accommodated with Board in a small private family, in a pleasant part of Brooklyn, K. D., a few minutes' walk from eith? r of the ferries. 'Referetiwu exchanged. ('all on or address Chas. L, Snow, al4 Water ?trwi.lilevv York. AT THE LARGE FIRST CLASH DOUBLE HOUSE NO. 127 Blee. ker atreet, west of and near Broadway, la a really first class family Boarding House, with R??oms unsur passed in 1/e and comfort, in suits or single; the cheapest place in the city for the atyle and quality til what ia offered. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR SINGLE GENTLEMAN can ge t pl< asant Rooms with or without Board, in the brown stone house No. Ill West Fourteenth street; liouae haa every ennvmleuse. Terma moderate. Dinner at six ON I k 4 T 22 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN J\ Fifth and Sixth avenues?A large, handsomely furnish ed Room, with Board, snltahie for a lady and gentleman or twog*nuemen; ulao, two smaller Room a for gentlemen; all modern i m prove me nta. References exchanged. Asmw.L PRIYATK FAMILY, OCCUPYING THBtR own house, are desirous of renting the Second Floor, handsomely furnished, with Board. The house has fill the modern improvements and ia pleasantly situated. Apply at 281 Lexington avenue. References required. AfLtt VSD L13S BRt)A DWAY?IIA N DSOM B 8171TS of Rooms, with private table or table d'hote; all mod ern improvement#. Also Rooms for gentlemen, with Board. Bet wee u Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets, near the Fifth Avenue Hotel. A LADY?HAVING TAKEN THE FIRST CLASS HOUSE, No. 114 Second a\ enue, corner uf Seventh street, haa a few auita and alao aotne singe Room* to diapoae of. Call at houae or address box 3,383 Post oflice. AN AMERICAN FAMILY. LIVING IN THE FIRST class houae 246 Weal i hirty-tirst at reel, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, would let with Board the second Floor, handsomely furnished, at a modi-rale price. Location dc airahle. Dinner at 6. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE OR TWO SINGLE gentlemen ean obtain a handaomely furnished Room, with two large Pantries, on very reasonable term*, at 124 Waver ley place, near Washington aquare and Sixth avenue, with full or partial Board. References exchanged. A NEATLY FURNISHED THREE STORY BROWN ?tone front Houae, containing all the modern improve ment*, will be let to a *tnall family without children; whole or part of rent taken In Board; privilege of a few hoarder*, tl desired. Reference required. Apply at 18 Hammond atreet. A SMALL, STRJOTLY PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING in lloboken, a few mlnutea' walk from the ferry, will let, with Board, a suit of nicely furnished Rooms, on the second floor, to a gentleman and hia wife or two single gen tlemen. Applv at 222 Washington street, New York, or ad dress A. Y., lloboken Post oflice. A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS OR SINGLE OBN tleinen can find rowriWMBQMaodithms in a first ' lass house, with privilege of housekeeping: the house has all modern improvement*. Call lor a few days at 72 East Twen ty-third atreet, near the corner of Fourth avenue. A FRONT ROOM ON SECOND FLOOR TO LET-TO A lady and gentleman, with full or partial Board; one room partially furnished If desired. Terms moderate. 52 Sixth avenue 'between West Washington place and Fourth street. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR TWO SINGLE GEN tlemen may obtain pleasant Rooms, with good Board, lu a small private family, where the comforts of h hame rmu be enjoyed. The house haa modem Improvement*. Dinner at 6. Zw West Twenty-second street. AIFnOLB GENTLEMAN MAY BE VERY PLEASANT ly accommodated with Board and Rooms?parlor and bedroom, with tire, gas, Ac.?In a modern house or a private family, not higher up than Twenty-third street. Terms moderate. Address L.. boi 111 Herald oflice. A PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING AT No. ISLBX ington avenue, southeast corner of Twenty-ninth street, will let a Suit of Rooms, handsomely furnished, with Board, to a family without small children, or a party of gentlemen. Reference required. A FEW GENTLEMEN OB GENTLEMAN AND WTVE. may obtain pleasant Rooms on third floor, in a family where thereat'1 but few boarders; dinner at 6 o'clock. Apply at No. 20 West Eleventh street, near Broadway. A si IT of rooms AND SINGLE BOOM CAN EE had at 40 Bond street. Very desirable. AwMALL PRIVATE FAMILY OCCUPYING THEIR OW n house tti a moat desirable location, wish to rent to a party of two or three * handsomely ftirnlshed suit 01 Rooms, with Board. Cara and stag** leave the corner for every part ?f the c?ty. Inquire at No. 72 West Thirty-second street. A GENTLEMAN DESIRES BOARD FOB HIMSBLF and wife in a neat, agreeable private family. Locution between Third and Sixth avenues and Twelfth and Twenty fourth streets. A Parlor and Bedroom on the second floor, nicely furnished, with hot and cold water, tire and gas. Terms not to exceed $10. None but people of the hfghest. respecta bility need apply. Address People's Provision Co., No, ]4<5 Chambers street. FEW SINGLE" GEN TLEMEN, OR GENTLEMAN will wife. e%n find handsome front second and third story Parlors and Bednwionis, furnished or not, with good Board: also a single Room on first floor; terms moderate; dinner at six o'clock; references exchanged. Apply at 40 Bleccker st rect. i SMALL FBI V ATE FAMILY, RESIDING IT 1S4 j\ West Forty-third street, between Broadway and Eighth avenue, would dispose of two or three pleasant "Rooms, with or without Board, to gentlemen or a small family, on moderate terms. References required. Audi bon hoi sr, no. 4si bboome street, one block from Broadway.?Suits and single Rooms, .suit able to: families or single gentlemen. Terms in keeping with file time*. Breakfast from 7 to 11. Lunch, 12 to 1. Din ?>er,Sto7 WALTER GORHAM, Agent. i SUIT 09 FLBASANT BOOMS. ON THE FKB81 J\. floor, having been occupied by a physician for the la?i six months, will l?e let for the aarne, or for gentlemen's lodg ing looms, at $.i per week. Also a suit on the third floor. At 65 Macdottgal street. i LADY AN J) GENTLEMAN OR A FAMILY" OF j\ grown (H>rMms can find the best aceoinmodations, with Board, In a smaJI family; every Improvement lu the house; no other boarders taken. Apply at 'Mi Wavciley place. A PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING AT ?,7 WEST THfR J\ iy eighth at ree>, desires to tak? its hoarders a g'-u tie titan single gentlemen. KtHitnt. large and Prices moderate. Apply as above. 4 SUIT OF FUBNI8HED ROOMS TO LET SVITH A Board, at No. Union s<|iiare, Fourth svei.ur. Alio, Rooms for geuileni"n.' References given and Jequired. A PRIVATE FAMILY ARE DESIROUS OF LETTING J\. Uoomf, en suite, on first or ?e. oud floor, to n g? ntlentan and wife or single gentlemen; a?l one jjartv preferred; din ner at. <; o'clock; house lint clans; unexceptionable references given and required. Apply at Ninth treet, between Uni versity place and Kro.ntway. A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM on SECOND FLOOR WITH iv Bedroom attached?can now be had with Board, atjl4i Ninth street, three doors from broadway. rcierence re quired. A gentleman accustomed to refined SO eiety, w islics k Room and partial Board, in me h mse of an agreeable iHdv, capable of making hume pleasant and one wh'iw aoriety h<- < ould uppreeiate. addre-n, in ? oniideuee, wiih particular*. waldeji, box 16m Herald ofllce. \ (GENTLEMAN, WIVE AND CHILI) (TWO MONTHS old), want hu.'ud iti a private jannly in a ??aid neigh borhood; washing and light to te furmstied. Board nut 10 exceed $7 per week. addreas David, Herald o/.'iee. AVERY desirable FRONT AND BACK PARLOR on lirst tloor, haad*omely f urnished, lo let i single gentlemen, or to a gentleman aud wife, in h mnall ftitul r, with or without board. Gas, bath, ac. Apply at h4 Ami*y street. A NICELY furnished BACK PARLOR TO RENT, J\. with Hoard, in Eleventh street, n -.n ^ i:;ii awinn. 'iyrms to a gentleman and wt'e or i?u ?dnue v utlen.en, $tl, including tire. Address M. e? box iI'J if : .' 1 utile*. \ gentleman AND WIFE OR OR TWO sin 2a. gl* gentlemen may ihj accommodated vritii pleasant k'-oni-*, with or without, ri >ard? at 12 W<st Fit'e-uith street, between fifth and Sixth avenue;*. he1 r n-1? r"-;ulre?i. A SUIT OF handsomely furnished ROOMS TO let, with Board, hi HO Union s'juair (Fourth avenue); aiho, Rooms lor gentlemen. referencr s 2iv?-n hu.) i r^nir d. a private FAMILY HILL LET A iiantk>omi . >lit j\. of Rooms to gentlemen, with pai; al bond f d?.,r?d; aiho a single Ro.-ni. A. | .. ai "5 Ninth gtnset m >\i Vitti* avenue. Relw e?.e<??- e. a o banged. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE one or TWO ./x very desirnble itout room*, witu Hoard, uml?bedor ,.u. urniitafd. For particulars apply at 4jo V.Vv tweiry t ilnt street Board?and ciiol e of neatly furnished room* ior the wlnft, with a *o hi ptivan- ;airily, h r ?? gentlemen or gentlemen rnd then wiv. v. t rms iu accordance with the times. address A, X.. box i !."?.? Cost ofllv. |>OAKD ? okntlemfs AND THEIR WIVES OR .1) -dnyie g-nil?"n-n ?? .n ??i>taiu n^at'y furnished It ?>>rns wH). h ?kvi ?, st 215 Went Fifteenth street; ai~? u -?;*i of Par jot's, n-il urnislied, on the /ir?t lioor, to k t, wi:h or without Buar I l><) VRD.~a FAMILY amjrtdne OR TWO single j# i?entlem?'n winning; a q";et nnd g?nte*: rer-idm*". fun obtain well furin du-d apantn'mii*, ??nh it'-wtyj, ?< gl <'i(nton plaee. two doors east of Fifth avenue. r< ferences given aud rtiijnlred. Hoard ? eleoantly furnishedok unfi rnish ?at Rooms; siyllub French table; tir. t i'u.v hou.n: /*od >t? ?;l?bor?iood: loearlon central and rlv^jaut; Fivn ^ a-n Eng irsh epokrn. Reierenr-a required and given, t i .. : ,'i Livingston piaci*, Siuyv?*sant naik. ?oard.?a RESPECTABLE PRIVATE family. de ,,i f?\e or i?lx pers??nk with lom pl**a?arit Rooms, w ith itoatd. deslrabln pat ties nny obtain a pb-asant home tor th** winter 1 i.n jt ?m>nable irmi*; hottf*e hrown stone, di*sira!d> l' fi?;eu, between ii* xington and Third av?nues. address j. lie- j ralu i.ffr e, for two days. Board.- osnti.emen and their wivkh <>r >is gle gentlemen ran he areommodated with uemiral?le | large Room , at fnun $7 to $8 per week; slnglo Rooms for gentlemen at $3 6(1. Location pleasant and eunvenient au*l ' noust- sept in order. Apply at 434 Hudson street, eorrer of ! i jtfortou. ttOAltDI\Q AND LODQlIOt Board.?several very pleasant rooms, iuv lag gas, bath, b??t ami cold water, Ac., run ho bad, with Board, on moderate terms, at No. 48 C?ut Sixteenth street, near Union square. Terms for two $s to $14 per week, according to rooms required. Dinner at six o'clock. Refereuee# ex. hanged. Board.?la hoe front rooms, furnished or unfurnished, with pantry, at 211 East Broadway, ill a private family, suitable for gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen. Gas, hath, and comfort* of home. Board.?a lady, or high standi no in society, being obliged to let some of her room*, would like to meet Home men ?? means to advance *<me money on her jewelry or hoard in payment, none need answer unless sin cere and have the means to do so. Address lor three days Mr*. C. L. 1!., Madison square Post otUce.

Board, --several pleasant and ^handsomely furnished U(Mim> with Bord, at 85 Clinton place, near Kifth av? nu?. Dinner ?t six oY-U?? k. Board?a si it of rooms on the second floor, to let, with K.<ard. Also, a Room suitable lor a ? g.? i>!I? man \\ h< <c the comforts of a homo 1 an he had. Applj at i 18 W. ?t Twenty-third street. References ex changed Board for foctr persons can be had tn a small family ?t No. tit) Amity street; early dinner. Nice attic Room, fur two | ersona, at $1. or will be rented without board. Near Broadway. BOARD AND R V ?MS.?LA ROE ROOMS ON second tioor. in a ftr*t class house; family small. Dinner ai 0 o'clock, inquire at 122 Madison avenue. Board, with a handsome parlor and bei> rootn, In suitaor separately, ean l*e obtained at 157 Ma dison avenue, between Thirty aecoud and Thirty-third streets. Terms to suit the times. Board wanted?in a private family, two Rooms. i?y v gentleman and hit* sister; pnnlal board for the gentleman. Loeation between Fourth and Fourteenth streets and Fifth and Second avenue*. Address, stating terms, as no other answers will receive attention, D. K., box 167 Herald office. Board wanted?by.a lady, in a private fa mily where but few boarders are taken. Require a ns>m with grate, Loeation must be between Twenty-second and Thirty fourth streets, Lexington or Madison avenues. Terms $3 fiO per week. Address 8. W., station O, Broadway. References e>., iwmged. Board wanted-by a young lady, in a re spectable private family i room large enough to admit of a piano; terms not to exceed per week, tire Included; lo cation between Canal and Fourteenth streets and Broadway , and Eighth avenue; references exchanged. Address M. D., box 2,78H Post ollice, for three days. BOARD WANTED ?THIS IS A FAVORABLE oppor tunlty for a small respectable family to make agreeable arrangements to lessen expense*, by renting ? furnished house in Rem sen street. Brooklyn, and boarding the owner. Address boi 545 Post office. Board wanted.?a gentleman and his wife want a furnished Room, with Board, in a private family; | location in the upper part of the city: price must be mod erate. Address, stating terms, O. R., Herald office. Boarding?a respect able lady, without children, would like to take two little girls to Board; terms reasonable. Ayply at 171 North Secuud street, Wil liamsburg. Boarding.?A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO OR three single gentlemen, may be pleasantly accommoda ted with Board, at 2ft Clinton Street, Brooklyn, convenient to Fulton and Montague ferries. BOARDING?VERY PLEASANT ROOMS MAY BE found In a modern house, excellently located, and kept by a New England lady. Apply at 25 West Eighteenth street, near Fifth avenue. BOARDING.--THREE FIRST GLA88SUXTBOF ROOMS for gentlemen ami wives or single gentleiuou; house newly furnished, and the table supplied with the best the market affords. References given and required. Boarders can depend on solid comforts. Inquire at the office 111 East Eighteenth street. Boarding ?a few persons wishino superior accommodations will tlnd them at 106 West Fourteenth street. The house au<f situation are the best in the street, and combine every comfort and ad vantage. Also a room for a single gentleman. Brooklyn.?to let, with board, a large Room, containing hot and cold water, closets, Ac., to two j gentlemen, or a lady and gentleman ; hath on same floor; also, a Room for a single gentleman; dinner at 0y% o'clock. Apply at 1L>? Clinton street. BROOKLYN-S6 CLINTON STREET. ROOMS ON THE second s'orv for a gentleman and wife may be had, Willi Board. Also, a large Room for two single gentlemen. House c uitalns the modern improvements. Dinner at six. BROOKLYN BOARD.?HOME COMFORTS, WITH good Board siid pleasant Rooms, one with ab ove, in a private family. House delightfully located in Elliott place, corner of Hanson place. House with a bay wiudow. Refe rences exchanged. Dinner at six. Brooklyn board.?a gentleman and wife or two sin?le gentlemen can have good Board In a house containing all the modern improvements, and within three minutes walk of South or Wall street ferries. Apply at 245 Hicks street, near Joralemon. Board in Brooklyn.?a party of single gen tletnen, or a gentleman and wife, wishing Board for the winter, can find Tlrst rate accommodations, at a moderate price, by calling at 28 Garden street, Brooklyn, within live minutes' walk of Wall street or South ferry. Board in Brooklyn.?square rooms on se coad and third floors, furnished, to let, with B ..rd, to single gentlemen or man ? d couples, at $4 |*?r week. Loca tion tn the vicinity of Carlton and Lafayette aveuues. ?Ap ply to Mr. Abel, 16i Maiden lane, N. Y. * w Board in Brooklyn.?a gentleman and wife or two siugle gentlemen can lind pleasant Room*, wiili full or partial Bo.trd, at 50 Sands street, near Fulton fcn> : neighborhood respectable ; terms moderate. Board in soith brooklyn.?firstclass'ac commodatlori and Board to be had in a handsomely fur nished houae near the South terry. II <t and cold water in all the rooms. Dinner at 0^. Apply n104 (congress street. Board in south Brooklyn may be obtained lor gentleman ami wife; pleasnnt Rooms and go -d Board, where the comforts of home may l?e had; gas, bath, hot and cold water; conv< rileut to the (ernes. Apply at 62 Harrison street, two doors from Clinton. Board wanted in Brooklyn,?a young man wants a furnished U > ?rn and Board in a private Ameri can family living in u desirable neighborhood, convenient to the ferries. Reference given. Address box lt>6 Herald Office. IJOAKn WANTKB IS SOl.Tll BUOOKJ.V.V-III. I U HIS |> Vtlnntlr, ifc-grow, I'onri atid llrnry by ? fnt)? ui?n. ?lie ami iv?<> ? MMf-n. ?i W |??-?' in' nili. for I'm lire. .?<?? VI>?I ? In"'' refer n<< - w n .imi r< quired. Artili'i'ox ?' ? ?' W., Brooklyn Post ofllw. lVf'OuK-i.V\ ilElGHTS.-A VERY PI^^XNT njONT J > Room > t) wv'oik! rioor Co let to ^ n?.nt!CXat! .".n't wi<e M lo .| i-i| $ rO; :.u 8( !'?'(' f \\ III tht'ee minute* walk ?>' Fulton feiry and eight Wall >i: BOARD ON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS.?PLEASANT FUR nished Rooms on the second floor, suitable Cora ? ? ?>ily or single gentlemen; also a large Room <?n the third ? r, overlooking (in- Ba>?at 18 Willow street, wUbln three .li mit i s walk of Fulton ferry. Term* moderate. BOAKD on BROOKLYN HEIGHTS.?A LARGE AND handsomely inrntsheil Parlor and Bedroom to !*? f, with Hoard. Tim situation is de.-lrahle, being within five minutes' of either Wall or Fulton ferry, Apply at 102 Henry street. KCONOMV AND COMFORT.?a GENTLEMAN AND wife ami two gentlemen friends ran find handsome ac commodations and good table, at flu to $12 per week lor two persons, including tire and gas. A good opportunity to se cure a unlet, m; ri<>r home lor tin; winter. 130 East Thir teenth street, w. st of Second avenue. I^IKST CLA.-S BOAKD WILL HE GIVEN TO THREE Mingle gcni'emen, wifh t\v > well funi.Blu'd Rooms on third lioor, communicating with eaeh other, for $7 50 each perurek. Dinner hour, o'clock. LotMion, .vfadiwon ave nue. near the square. Address T. N. L., Herald oil < e. I^l KM SHED APARTMENTS, GAS, GRATES, Ac., .r from $:'? ?<> $f? per week, suitable for either g ntlemefi <>t gentlemen and wife; with or without B mrdor prna'" table. Parin m housek':?> ping enn have use of kit-hen, Ac. 47 Aunty street, near Washington square. TjU'KNISHED ROOMS?WITH OR WITHOCT PARTIAL Beard, to let. to gentlemen, at i(G West Eleventh street., I between Fifth and Sixth avenue*. rilRMSllEI) ROOMS TO LET?WITH OPT BOARD. TO n'.ii'Uien only. House contains all the tuodt ru im 1 pjv"? mcni*. Apply at .1ST Fourth street, l?e{w?*? n Bowery and Broadway. tATR SIGHED poo MS TO LET?WITH OK WITHOl T I; Monro. to gentlemen only. House eontalos alltue mo dern improvements. Apply it It? East Broadway. T.11 JMSlfED ROOMS TO LET?'TO GENTLEMEN, F with Breakfast and Tea, in a private family resiumg at I j No. ?!1 West Twenty-second street, ne: r Fifth a\enue. r RNISIIKD ROOMS TO LET?IN SI ITS OR SKPA ' P rat' ly, in a very <jule? hou?ef wheri- a!' e<mvenlerfe?ar?? to %e iinJ ior a cotnf<?t table home. Heftanrant attached to | ! the }, .?? Itupure on t^preiui.-; >. *?14 Broaitway. l^rRNlSllED OR UNFrRMSHKD ROOMS- WITH OK I \s Imi ,. Bo:.r:l, eati l?e oMaim-d m .t ii'-.^hl".;-' J; hr.use newly fitted up vvi'li every ennvrn't tu'e; ^etitle- ' men preti-r.'ed, prwes to ?n>t th< lines." Ke'iM ' tifO* 1 I .<?d. Applj ftt 75 Fourth avenue, ne?r Tenth street. I / 1ENTLL.MEN DESIRING A COMFORTABLE HOME \T with a private t.imlly, ran oht tm pi well !ur ntshet! Room*. o:i re&sonable trrni<i, hy applying ;i s\*j Went j 'I'wrifr s ? u; t street. Private table it pieterred, Reie- | ren. e\ehtns-U. ?? / 1 KNTLKMEN WISHING TO MAKE THEIR \RRANGE " i lie n'" ? r a home dtinn?* the winter eau mui theniselves , with pie;.-.o t ^ Rooms, newly and neatly furnished, v th i Boatii. at :;.^4 Fourth street, between Broadway and Bowery. Keteienees exchanged. / GENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES OK SINGLE GEN- I \T t|em?.n ran !??? :?e? tune- .an d vvuh go?.?| Board, on mo- j We are (eiat*. at !o?i Ninth ^ireei, near Br udwav. Dinner at i HJ* .S R rereree ex' han-.-ed. \IAiSON MEI3LEE, 70 AND 72 W/.ST THIRTY- I .ati eighth st.ieet.?rtoouts. elegamly furni-hed, ??r whole ' i i,i?*, Mj:h kite-hen. ' e lai ,md yard ILms^ new, ftt>t class. < in - i.. t?r?.v*n sj ne. Meals ftirtir-htd. Whole parlor (I to. .t ? abluent for nhy^ictan'* office. W1>1 TH1RTN FIFTH STREET?EXTENSION j.> n?M?m to let, wiiii Boa 4. handsomely 1 urniabed. a Imi Kootns to let to single gentlemen; house and table first PRIVATE BOARD IN BROOKLYN.?A FEW GENTLE- I I men or families can lie aee<onin Hated with pietsnin (Cootiis on first ami second lloor*?, f i ont. furnished ai.<; urtltit nlshed H<sim-. ;o s It. will, BoatU, at lHJl Stat" s:rret, near ; H".vt. I'ioHMm location. Term- inot,? ?;ue. rpHE FARr.lsH HOUSE, lf? EAST HOUSTON STREET ? 1 Iwug' IVrmr Bedrooms ami a lev. single Bedroono* u> let on n*a??< teims, and a front Basement, suitable for <wo oDiee. \ % I? I.OUGINU, r)OOMS, WITH HOARD, WANTED.?A LADY AND I M-r .111 wishes in get comfortable quartern for tiu> ?> in- ? hamt* rand li ill la-droom lor lady, and room else, where for servant; ?'#U'r.!.wt and gun on the same floor; frius must l>e moderate. Address. stating price. "Con stancy,*1 Herald offine. fpO LET?WITH OOOD BOARD, TO A UENTLEMAN J. and wife, the Second Fluor of a modern brown stone house, containing two I irge room#, with closets and a bath room adjoining; hot and t old water, gas and lire included lor $41 per week, witli a highly respectable |?rivate family. No other boarders Location very desirable, and convenient to cart and Hugea to ?nv put i of the city. References exchang ed. Address V. It , Herald oflloe. TO LET?WITH BOARD, A FRONT PARLOR AND tied room, on the second floor, with large closets, eon laming hot and cold water; aluo, a Room for a Kindle gentlft S?"n* dinner ?t0. Rel'erencea exchanged. Apply at 12 Hast twenty-eighth street. "VERY PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH H ED ROOMS AT i w'??'d, may he obtained on application at 10 St. Mark's place ; also a pl? asant room for a single gentleman. T^ERY PLEASANT ROOMS ON 8KCOND FLOOR MAY * # ?V , ' w'til HtM West Seventeenth street, he twwu rinh and Sixth avenues. AA'ANTED-BOARD IN A PLAIN PRIVATE FAMILY, i i v\iir:e no oilier boarders are taken, liy a K"u!Ir'mmt In.ty ? nil nitwit; Hoard ouly for ltd v. Address. stating l.iea. tiun and terms, wldeh riiuit be moderate, A. 1). box 211 Herald oflloe. Y1TANTED?IN BROOKLYN, A SHORT III STANCE d i f?rrle?, a Room, with or without partial Hiuirit, for ii young mini Price must In- modetale. Address J'- E. J'., box ISy Herald ofllce. WANTED-BY A LADY ANlt UENTJ KM VN, A SI'IT ii iV- "V""''' cowditlun ol I'arlur mid Bid room, with Hoard lor the lady only, w here lhere art' no oilier boarders. Ux alion central. Address Inquirer, Herald i!#kf. "\\rANTED?TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, WITH ?? Board, fur a gentleman, wife and child I year old; In ration not above Blaeoker street. Terms $? iierweek. p,(. vim- fwaUy prefemd. Addreta a ii.. iUBm a. BhIh ?*? T?rANTKI)-HV A HINdliE UENTLEMAN, A NEATI.Y ?? furnished Room. with full Board, n a private family nlwrnlilli 11 f boarders are taken. Above Fourth ,i,i'i nrelj met. Ad ln-ss, with full particulars (none other no ticed 1^ L. A., ho* lot) llerald ofllce. Y|rANTKI>?BY A LAI'Y, ONE OS TWO QBNTLKMBN .b, .o i" T'",' h,'r.<." ln.k'"K ? '"'"'"hedhoUKe, for winch Blim Herald ofllee r iM ( " "r l,v'"ei'- Address Eva VA'ANTED?BOARD FOR A LADY AND UENTLEMAN, Ji.i. ,Hli< ''.'rwhere there are no other boarders, or with a lady living alone; the locality must l?e pleasant and miiMl*''"1!1 AddlWM, staling terms, which i ""'derate, in. hiding lire, Ac., H**lewood, station E. WANTED-BOAKD IN A SOCIABLE PRIVATE family In New York or Brooklyn. Dinner at f. Single iwoom. Addre.?, jdatiriR particulars mid terma, wbleh mux be reaaonable, C. E. boi KM Herald oflke. "I MONROE STREET, CORNER OF CATHARINE wlih t''r ilTi ? L" "?'???? M'llet fumllie*. with UMlltli? (or eeonomleal honaekec>[itnK, it* I'ldini; uar! Croton water, Ac. Ah i, lodging Rraims lor singlegende. men, with or without Board. i1 ^ " 0."J Cheapest hoard in the city -fine 'P4J ijO. Kootiir, with |iood Board,?2 T> u (3 to week and ofuni 2li> i* nlre jiarlor, with piuno. 48 Ltapeuard street, near Broadway and Canal street Also wateliiiian all ni|;li: anil l<odj;lnjK?eh(a|i. *Q -WANTED. ?Y A TOVNO M VN, AN I'NFl'K fi^vwk tt'i r '1*!"1' Wl"' blv"k'"". mi'l dinner at i?..,,w , 1 Hl'",lV,,v;' * "?""1 ?va?lilii(!. Anywhere U one iveek ill i' '"w "111 Hiilt. Address, lor one wet'k, J. II. < ., !(? raM r EAST THIRTY-FIRST STREET. ROOMS IN SUIT V?r ? ' ii'1 H or single g(tutlemen. with 01 in ^1" 1 / V""' i ; alSO "" P'?l"l- oil the l,,st Dinner lit sl'i o'ri.N'k : rc f,'reiii e i*iqnlrcd. ,^8 '1" ,MJ'NT" T(? <iKNTLEXEN ONLV-A Jrl^leln'/n'' "? ?Oor, Mllllll.Ie l?l IWO e> nlli men, In a i|ii|ei hmiHe; genteel lorailnn. Apply at ord streeis * ' y "H'eel, between Hudson and bed JS10 ~.A }*ADJW}}Jj KECEIVE TWO LITTLE (JIRLS " 1'? English. Fr. neh and mnsle lee ilnv ,' V Mnaii* Lessons glv-n m $7 |s?r i|uar. Vif. .. D?> whtdara ei,.mll? moderate. Address Mrs. Norria. lib Fonrtli piai'e, South Brooklyn. ' UNION SQUARE?VERY DESIRABLY Kl'RNlBII fTl I K" 1,1 lw- wln' B"1"11. 1" families, front over looking ihe square. Apply as above, OQ CLINTON PLACE -SUITS OF HANDSOMELY ITlJ". ? m ; mailed Rooms t" let on second floor, suitable for two or Z?** ' phawint and comfortable aci-ommo. aations, Hith use of very flue liath on gjin.e flooi Terms reasonable. ' OQ WEST SIXTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH ! Ele,.intly f.irnlsl.ed Rootna to It t, w Ith Board, smtaole lor genilenien ami their wives or roi parties id almtle BenlU-inen; house lir-t einis one ol the moat (o.iveuieuU Dinner at sn. Reieiemea ei eban>red. ITA 1.1 i'MO!i SQUARE, BETWEEN SIXTEENTH AND 7f 1, Seventeenth street*.?Hulls i.r Rmima to lei, win, Board; also a leu s;Roitma for gentlemen. CLINTON PLACE, NEAR THE HREVOORT Utilise.?Io let, with B. .ird, d< siralile Rooms with (.an " ? - ?? ?. r.i u .. |, * IMIOIIIS Willi Mill' tiles, oilI 'le Hf, Olid Hour; also, Koonus for single genie torn on the third floor, with l.atii and ga?. ro WEST SIXTEENTH street - VKK\ DSSIKABLB Y i it.sniis to I. i. iv11h Hoard, to a gentleman nod wi|V. ,r ?lng ? jentlemi n. Also, u hall Room. I.,.milon good; Ionise Utsielass Dinner at all. Terms moderate. fll "I'-ST TWELFTH STREET. KKTWEKV FIFTH ?J t and SUIh aveniies.-To lei. with Moaril, u eotntorra. ol> xiunif.|ie 1 Room on the H?conil Uoor. liinnet a ti !? M Terms mo le/at*-. ' ' r 7 EAKT TWENTY?KlOHTIifsTRKHT. NJiAK FOVUTH J I avenuf.--A line luiyc Uoom on the seeoud liooi, .,nd om? on !})?' third, d^^iiable ''or gentlemen an>l their \vlv? h ian be had, with lioard. Also, one Riunti stittable (o; two' single gftitletnen. Uef?-r? to*>* excbangetl. 79 TENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVEM E.?HAMl ? U sotnely furnished A|i irtmenta, en suit" .m.I single with full Board, or private table It' preferred., to let to remert' able parlies. 1 7<1 SI'ltlM; STREET, THRLE 1KIOKS FROM BUtlAII I 't way.?W.I priee To lei, several handsomely I'm lilRlied Rooms to Rlngle reiilleineii. l^snilon is near ell Hie l"\-t las:, hotels and l ia. es id ani'isemeio. Reading room In.(ii.r.I ANSON HOUSE. QO GREENE STRKBT, ABOVE M'I!1\..--ai.>im\ .7.1 Home.?I.i.-.miiij Inn.Is,ml mitts Of Ru ms, wiilna.s I roion u aterun I eu |.,r hoiisek--oio / , notni. ally; par'lcul.n ly suited lor small, r. s .? n.-iide lali ii ?? ' Rent low. (17 ?'??>;< ? <ri:uET. one hi oi k west of iiimad V I WVV.-n (Kfttt':'-'!"*? 2'"' Ml,.;!" ! ?-..ii le aei.ommodau-d Ulili tnrithh*} ?"?? .md Ho?.o. j Terms moderate. References requiiTd. * ; 'JO | E1ST F'll'R'IBKNTB ?.?mEE^oi p..,!ri: THE I lamlib ? itr sinel'^i ? Rooms to let, w III, Boi.rd, lo 1.11! ii li t n ri-1 i'< i ^i'i'Vi4* -'??'.?? I'tniished or f jnu iiaiij i (tri.i.-lieil, all thr modern improvements' oiieln r reqi liila l)U i":,nl '"'"l ,{"01"- Propei relereuee given aud ? j | ;/| MACHO I OA I. STREET?RICHMOND HOIISfT IS , ,! , .""V "I1'"Pd 11.'a firlt ale famil,. Hotel, lor the reeen ' I'' 'u/s' i28le' *"l,tL7"'1'. !"? M'I.,111'aonlies tired Ol hoarilmg j it the a&TAh|fi!hmenV.'',P "g "'"1 ' ve, v m!Vf '|VN f'"o l,KV ''LACE. ? HANDSOMELY FUR nlslied Rooins, on aeeond and thu d llooi s I'ormn rii'O i.'entli tii.-ii. ii- i Rianna lor single eiilleniei'i Tenns moil. : ate. Itniln'ooin, gas, unit all " for the eoTnin.t - a,on, to suit llrst elaas boarder. If)(i ,'BV>',;K ST"EBT-ST. ??'-air house -ele. i.ih II WHllyltirntslied Rooms, Willi Bed nanus atta.-hed V !1,' onye,:ii.nre..- for housekeeping eomidete water, to let to TOO HLEECKER STREET.?FURNISHED RCM1M8 wluT1 for latiillie-. .ti.l single gentlemen jet' With Board, oil '.noderate terms; house has all the l .! Iin,";"ven"'?,s; me.-.N so;! Iinsiness purposes. Uso I liont Bus to let, stiiiahle for htislnesa. 9f)l l-OCRTEENTII STREET.?ONE OR TWO ? v/1 families'<nd two or three siik?1h ,y? '' ar,,.n?,.oih.,e,l ? Hi, nil?-. ph'l. H.'.sr i' 111 "u- Br' ak'T r. iTrsi-J' 7'-i ( ''ROADWAY, OPPOSITE THE vrw vni.u I .VI IIotel-Deslulde Parlor, wilh iledroon ; ,.^U^ DAM INO ACADYOIIKS. ADODWORTH'S DANCING ACADEMIES, ? No. 2<H Fifth avenue, cor. Twrntv-Mixth st,, N<? w York. No. 137 Montague str<-?tt Brooklyn. CLASSICS?Tuesday ?*nnd Friday* in Urooklvn. CLASSES?Wednesday* and Saturdays in N'-mv York. Circulars lor n:nnn, ke., may be had at either academy. i f TRAIXOR'S PRIVATE dancing A CADEMJES j.y Calestbenlcs ami Deportinfrnt receive ait?*rui??n. Les m?i\> at 6.'? West Thiriy-1onriii street on \V?'dn?-sda>' I hatuvdavs. and at 90 South Eighth strecf, brooklyn, b. l>., on Monday*- and Thursdays. Private leps< in * and tioul* in the?liy and country attended to. See en hilars. BROOKE'S DANCING ACADEMY. :v;i BROOME Si'. | A NEW CLASS I'OH TCEBDAY. All the fashionable dance* in one course of l^ona Ladi<"* meet Tuesdays and I* j Hays. from f>> 6 r M. Geuileitlen meet Tneadays and Fridays, 1% to Ip. M, Children meet Wedne* lay* and Saturdays ,{tub r. M. Ladies' i iniarv class#** histrtu (*'<l hy Mrs. Bi.*?kcs. M)i KEE EVERY WEDN KSDAY E\ ENINO. Ballet master dtmaR's dancino academy y<7 Howerv. L**s*ons $1 p"r month, Monday * Tburs day*. Wcdne*d.iy* and Saturday*, at 4 o'clock, lor ehi.'drnHi and ladle*. iinsiiay* and Friday*. $2. Private lesson* llfty cent*. f 1 H. RIVERS' NEW academy NO v, SCIIEKMER- j \ y, horn KC- cf. corner of Court street, Brooklyn. All the t fa'shioi able danera are taught in one course of lesson*. Claw e??rcno*> lormmg. Send for a circular. GOAIh / lOAL ?RED ASH, PEACH ORCHARD, LElllOlI AND v Lo< iim M"Ui.ialn, warranted to be pure hi tides, at low f at ni.?rJ?et price*. from yard, SO cents per ton lens f-nm boats. Also Liver poo! Orrel and English Cannot, ol ihc ilrstuuali Ucf, at current rate*. henry REEVE, Corner* aual and Centre and comer Jane and West *ta. ?HIPPING. STKav WBBKLT BKTWKK.n SK\v YORK ANI? Liv< ipool, Ijiiollrif* mid embarking nyt mat Qneen. town, In-iaml. Tl<<< Liverpool, New York n:i<l l*>i;l? ?te?tn? Company Intend m rtiatchin : ill ir full-puwt:ic<l, ?'ly? (iuitlt irmi Hic.iiniililniftH tollows: ? '' 1 FY or WASHINGTON Saturday, October I?. Ui.AHCOW .Saturday, October 32ft. KIN A SnltirO ... November 4. An i every Saturday, at nooa, from pier ? .North river. iutkm or ius-huk. Hirat caliln $75 Steers $80 " to London ito " to Lmi luti '13 ' to Hiirli N6 " to I'aria 3tS ' to llambtut. Hft " to Hamburg. W ra..i< n^o-* ni*o torw.irdeil to Havre, Brt-mi it, ItoiterdMB, Antwerp, Ai',, M , iMiitly tow rates. _ I eraou* w mhinn U> hrmg out their friend* can buy ticket* H'Tr at the IoIIomIiix rule. to New Yor?: From Liverpool or tjiineiiHton n, tir.i eahlu, $:r,. liUu.i $1(1 Steerage lrum U? n <">i. $4o. iioiii^i,, n.iowii, Tuem (teaman have ?up<rlt,r ?. oiiiniodutl.iU* for |>M?eo gei?, and carry ej^Tlt ne.-<t ?nrK.. na. t hey am buiU in w uter lujlti Irou wetionit, ami have lu.unt tire uniiilillatora utt hoard. Kor further information apply III Uverrnot to WILLIAM IN MAN, ..Milt. 23 Hater aui-M; in tljwkow,u. WM IStUS, No 5 St. Enoch mitoir. . in yoe mma ii, to < . ,t \v j). SKY* Mot'it A t'l) ; to trillion, lo K1V1.S ,* MAt'i- V, I.i KIiik Wil liam Ktreet; in Fail., to .lUI.ES DIXO' K No Jh?. ,1. l? Itoiii-He; In Philadelphia, to JOHN II. DALE. Ill Wnlnul atreet, or at the company'* oilleM. JoltN (j. IMLK, Agent, IS Broadway, New York, milK NOHTH HERMAN LLOYD'S STEAMSHIP BUR L MEN, H. W'-vkcI* eouimander, carrying the United States mall, will anil from pier 3D North river, fool of ('bam bet* street, on HATt'IU)AY, October Jti, at K o'clock M., roK BKEMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON, taking paaaenL'era to LONliON, HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON AND BKEMEN, at the following rate*:? For the llrat cabin, $11*1: wcnnil cabin, $00; Htecrage, $35. Fur freight or piunui^e apply to oKl.lUCIIS A CO., 6H Brnartatreet^ Direct steamship line between NEW YOKK. HAVRE AND ANTWERP The new ami ?pl>-ndiil Hlcatncr. A 1, CONtlKESS, t'api Limning. J,.*W ton*, 800 horae powe^ Will Bull from New York on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 16, For Havre and Antwerp direct I'rlee of jiabkiige for Havre, Antwerp, Southampton or Lob don:? Ftrnt cahln a.? $100 Hi'iduiI cabin $t>d ( Steersge 95 Children between one and feu years or age half price. For freight apply to WM. F. sCllMlDT, 76 Beaver meet. For passage apply to HENRY M. WEED, 187 West street* comer of Reade street. QTKAX TO HAMBURO, BATH, London AND O flout hampton. The Hamburg American Paoket Companj''?* iron MteainHhlp BAVARIA, F.. Meier commander, ran yii.g the I'nited SuieM mail, will leave from pier No. 21 Nor'h river, foot of FuUou at reel, SATrRDAV, Oetober 19, at noon, for Hamburg, via Houtbumpton, taking pa>i?eit?erB for Havre, l^orulon, Souil?H?npion and Hamburg Firfet cabin, $lrt); necorid cabin, $60; pfceraR^, ?36. The Kieainern of thin line will leave every alternate Satur day. carryIng the United Aiatm mail. flip fttPKinfthip TKUTONIA will nueceed the Ravaria on Novemt?er 2. (\ ki. RICHARDS A BOAS 151 Broadwaj. JjlOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE, On SATURDAY. November 9, The United States Mall Steamer ARAOO, D. 1 ?lnea Commander, Will sail, from pier No. 37 North river, foot of Beach street, ?>?? Saturday, November9, at noon. This steamer, umturpanMed for safety and comfort, ha? double engines nndcrdeck, enclosed by wat<-r!iuhl compart menU>, which, besides other results, tend in the ? ventor eol llsion ?-r stniudiMc, t<? keep (he pumps free to work, and se cure the safety of vessel and passengers. For freight or passate. apply to UKO m'ai KES'AIK, i A*-1""- 1 Broadway. The steamer FULTON will sail December 7. I OTKAN TO IiONJ?oNDKRRY, ULASiSOW, AMD LIVER I kr pool.?The Montreal Steamship Ouni.Mitiy'a lirst clasa j full powered, Clyde built steamer NOKVVKi*!AN, CaptaUl j Mr-Masters, carrying the Canadian and rnited States uiallii, j will sail fj om (Juebec next Saturday, 0?'toher 19. Rateaof j jiasHa^e from New York.- First class, according to ai^eommo dution, $70 and steerage, found with good provision*. $?>. Ce( tiUcates i^ued for bringing out tMssengers fnun all the princiji:jl towns ln'?te/tt Rt irain and Ireland at very low rates. For passage apply at 23 Brimdway, New York. hAilKL \ SKARLK, Oeneral Agents. "|\lRKCT LINK OF STEAMERS Tt> OLAMiOW.-THB i " Ocean RteainshlnCompanv will despatch their j magnliicent new *t< amship ST. ANDHKW, c?pi. Outton, . from Quebec, on Wednesday, October ?*). This liaa superior aeeommoilaitons for passengeri., and curries an ?* jieiicrieed surg*n?n. R-?tes of passagu to tilas^ow, including: I free ticket to gitebee via Lake t'haiuplaiu and Montreal, or I Boston and IN rtland, are as follows ?Saloon cabin, $711; lnteiUM-dlutc, $H5; Steerage, loumi v\ith cooked provisions, $^>. For parage apply to SABKL Jt SEARLE, 23 Broad iway. This line of stenmers will sail from New York to Glasgow during tin wint'-r months. FOR LIVERPOOL?DHEADNOTGHT LINK?THE Mplendid clipper ship ESCORT, Cspt. Whitman, will i positively sail Oct. 23. The hbips oi ibis line are noted for ! uuiklng t'apio passages. For na>sag?* ihwr-nt rare*) ajipiy on j hoard, pier No. 6 North river, or to IV M. DEM A REST, No. 40 I ISouth sfivet, T^OR LIVERPOOL-OLD BLACK STAR LINE -THE , J1 pach t s!iip CONS'TITLTION, Ivlng atj?.er M Esst river, ? sails to-rnorrotv rnoinimr, a* l(toVrr?eK. The M'STRALIA i sails 0< t. IM, tlie.KHJN HltlOHT 0<t. 2ft. For pa: sage ap plj to WILLI \ MH A Ol ION, ;?> Ful ? n stn. ^ } TT^or LIVLRPOOL?TAPSCOTT'S LINE, ^AILS THIS j ft day, the fiivorite packet >liij> ('ONSTJ'.LL.CflON, Captfc ' McUencr. F? t pasfare, at rcdueed ra'.eK. apply ? n board, pier 47 Es?r river, oi ioTaPSCOTT A CO , South sheet. ! 4 USTRALIA PIONEER LINE?CAUVIYI.XO TUB 21 I. lined States Mail-. The AI British ei,p,H-j- Mill SI AM,. f?*raves, master, f now rupidlx for S.?dnr>, N S. W.? f direct, iit pier J;i Kurt river, sod ? Hi be de -lutein ,| jMisnr i ly 17th Oetober, For freight or jsi* sag" ajipJv to H. W ML fio.v. tsi Bearer street. FIOR CALIFORNIA VIA PANAMA. A liisi el.iss steamer vsiil leave New York on ;.*.?? 1st, llth and 2l*t of each mouth, exeepi w iien iiie>e u,i;.-> !. mi .Sun day, when the day oJ departure Will be, on the .'donday fol lowing. For frieyht or passage apply at I lie only o(tl?'?. No. f. How j UtigOreen. I). B.ALLEN A' env. ? 1/OR UIO JANEIRO. LOTA (NLAR VALPARAISO) r and Sail FrMiieia. o.-The p-->? ? V! 1 - ? ? oin i at.'t Niii fi i?neiH-:<?.?Tin- Pu< ii,? Mail S'eau.-bij-C nany will desj ateb their ttew .st- .unship CONSTITI TION, tons bnrthei'. from N? w York for the above poi .s. on or about L t io 1Mb November next. Cabin passage to Rio - SI'A> ??I?iii j'i issge i ? l..?iii .. . ;v4> Cubln ]? is^age to San !'< uir. is- <? F. ? . ;.i M also ? ri'.t ii : ? it Sri I**.;: ? i i: ti> .? lit ili dn?'#'ii??*nts are oii?-red. Apply .it the ftt've - ? .!?? "it pany. Wall street. F10H HAVANA -THE I NI t i.. ? - f K ? ' H MM! IK vM. ??liip CoLl M Hi A, Kit'inii i A?'..ui^ t"ir.?u ; h 1%.^ ? l oinmntollni. w i!l leave pb?j No. -I, N.?r?h R:\er, ?.i T ..?to, rl. i.tlJoM.1 K. M, , P . ?!!!? '? tlirOMgfl ihe I'obl olhee. I U?." ||g- I It ?e '? ,???!??' iiassports before securing riassage. F ir t're' . * ' lp,4-.o SPOKK..KH. ?I'll.KST.iN , LV.Il iTA^ANV VIA VvwaU, v. v.?tiik bkitisii r ati?l North Atneriean Royal .Mail steamship KAUNAK ? Hptain Le vfe ? stirJer, "ill sail for Ihe ivbov ? p??rt^ tcorn thr eompan>'s yiU". t>?i M Uidav, Mi.i, '>fltiOi i ()d 'j*f On Monday 11(1, S,vvMittr. o.ri , M, ,l?n i raisa ;e nionejr to .Vs^nti $4A ," 1 Havana.. . 00 Vol freight or passage apply to K. CI NA KiV, No. 4 Bowling Oreen. CLOTH I NO. I TTENTION. LADIES AND (3ENTLEMEN. -IF YOIT j\ wish to the tnil value of your e;?Hi.oii'elothiug, <ar pel*, furnitu'e ami jewelry, Mm* beat you can do u to aend .< ii )!?? to K. HA Kills 156 Seventh avenue. There >ou may be eonvineed y??u will In; dealt with in v< '\ saliHlat iloii. i<a* die* att'-o<ied 10 by Mrs. Hun iK, lftti K'-venth avenue, near Twenty-hm street. A KAKK C 11 AN <IE.?$12,000 WORTH OF CASTOFF J\ clothing wanted, in Kiipply California and Western mark't*?Furniture, rari>etf, jewelry. ?Ve. i do not pieicnd to offer nominal prices, an i* done by some, mu I guaranty'' to pay the utmost vuiuc fur each artiele by eallintf on ir addressing E. H , 79 Sixth avenue, aerond door above Wa v? rley plat***. 1 j mii* s attended to by Mr* lv If. 4 TTENTION, LAMES AND G E N TL EMEN.?WANTKD? JV a lot of Cast Oft'Clothing, Furniture, Carpets And Jew elry. l will pny tiir? best prU.'"? by ealiluic on or addressing M. AHKAHAM'S, ?43 Seventh avenue, between Twenty-ftfth and Twenty.aixth streets. JLadies attended to by Mm. A, \ rosrnvi: pi.a< k-j.adiks and gentlemen, i jl\ want a !;?rf?f? lot <?! east oft' Clothing for the We-tern market; Carpet* and I irnlture. I pmniise t.? pay the higlmst pri e lor them bv eallli?K on or addressing M EllH, No. 93 p>e\ enth av-nue," between Sixteenth and Seventeenth street*, i.. lit a itieuded by Mt \<?HEAT Dl.MAM) FOR CLOTHING.?LADIKS AND (jent!?'in"li having any ? ast ofl Clothing, Furniture and Carpeia, will receive th?* highest prices, by ealiln# on or ;td UreiedntfC W*l'? :*tf Seventh avenue, between Tweuty-iiiDlh and Thirtieth streets. Ladle* by Mrs. Wish. 4 ORE IT DEMAND FOH CLOTHING.?LADIES AND j\ ?if'iAl*-hu n lun Itu'f f'y ra-t Off" Clothing, Furniture, Car pets ntu\ Jewelrv, will receive the highest price by railing on or ad'irr-'dnr A HARRIS, S8S Third avenue. Ladiea at t-n .? ! I.. ! s Mrs ik a HETTER CITA VCK STTLU?$12,000 WORTH OF CAST i\ ofl ci ?iiito: wanted tor the Western and California mar K? tJ..?Lad:eK and ^nth-men, if you wish tt> seeure the full, vab ' tor your elothint?, earpets, furniture, jewelry, At*., the* b*. you e?n do |.? to rail on or wend a note to H. Mimz, No. 1.37 Mufi avenue, where you may be aure to receive titty jH?r I'm more than from any other dealer. Ladies alien led bv Mrs. Mint/. No. YA7 Sixth avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh street*. i T THE OLD STAMP, 134 SEVENTH AVENUE. KZK KIELS Kuarant?? to i>;ty tLi* following pricea for ladieH' and Rrutiemen'B east, oft" Wearing Apparel:?Fro>n $8 to f4<> for -silk dreaaea, f rom $5 to $2d ft?r e ?at?i, from $1 60 to $7 for p&nt*; alao Carpeta, Furnitnre, Jewelry, Ac. a note by p a putK'tually attended to by K?, 134 Seventh avenue. La die* attended to by Mrs. E. AT THE NEW STAND, 299 THIRD AVENUE, LADIES andgenta ran aecurv the full value/'or thefrca?toff Clothing, by eallin>(on or adtlrenainK C. Jaeobn, 293 Third avenue, between Twenty.third and r^ nty fourth atrecu*. Ladtea attended by Miaa'F. Jacoba. ABSTTKR CHANCE THAR EVBR rSS LADIES ami gentlemen to obtain the htghent price for their ? aat ofl clothing. Igttaraniee t- pay the following prloeaFor a?!fc dreanea, from iromH to $16 tor eoata; from $2 to $t> for tontn. AIm> rar(>rtfi, furniture unit i?w?;rjr. ('*11 mi or?rMr*Mj. A Ml ALT, IS1 S?r.-n!h ?vcuur, bciw.u TivenlMMb anit Twroty-tlr?l ?ir?pi? LjJirs ?lt?inleil I>y Mr?. Anh nil. \ r TIU. WESTERN AOENCT STOI^f LA01 EH ANI) grntl#?!iK(i ran otituln an extra piico for ihcir i-a8t-?iflr wraring apiwirl, h> we have ? grmi d<'iiinn I fur ihem to till up thi'orilrra tfir tin aliov,* menitourd SlaMn. Ala<? ("aiiM-la jewelry, Ac., lK>u(ht liy ualUnn im or adrirravknv H HARRIS, SA3 Hnwrry, opposite Ureal Jonea slre?t. V?? 11 may ti<" nun to nf ymir iirtl. lei! to your xamlavtiou. Laukaat t.oJail by Mm. U.uria.

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