Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 24, 1861, Page 11

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 24, 1861 Page 11
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HOUSK!*, HOOMK. *SC., TO I.T3T. A PART OF THE FIRST OLARS IIOrSE, IUB \fcEST BluvanUtalrrat, ta let, via:? Haok Danem-nt wlin So rcenil Kliwr, ? oiiaialtuii <>f live Room* ami liatliro .in, at l<ftic*d rent. Iftuull* uf E. L A B. *. BURN II AH, till Hud ?on (tract, N. V, a gOTTAfl*, WE IX K' KsrsiiEn. to i.kt-at _??. Elizabeth, New JaiMty ; i?r \ -live iniautea ( IS uillea), by tralua Uourlj ; (lm >11111111 from depot; nm -room.; .high ground; vei*v healthy; tiire' -fourth* of an acre, fiuralrc nf WH. H. SCOKIELD, 39 VVilliuui atreet, rear office, from 10 ; A. M.Jo 2 I?. M. ? A NK.VTLY FURNISHED FIRST CLASS THREE J\. story brown atone flout- limine, containing uii the modem Improvements, will l?e let to h small privute fiuiilly - till May. Until ukoii 111 board if desired. Apply at Is lluui Uoiid atreet. A FURNISHED FRONT RECEPTION ROOM AND Badrouin aiH lnine, on ttratlloor 01 the new E ig.ish basement house l\ S?t:ntid avenue, to let, suitable for a 1'liy akiau'a olllce, or for a lad> i4ld auntie niau ; gat, and I alii. J VERY HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FOUR STORY high bnaement blow 11 alone llonse to let, I11 Thirty fourth r.reei, near Hn a ( >, , ii,r SliKi per month; t'lv'A), lot 100. BRADLEY. WARNER 4 HA V, w Unl m square. A SPLENDID FOl'R STORY MUCK HOUSE ON j/V lions on atreet, west ol an 1 ueur liroadway ; the liaitse 'la 25x75 (lot. J6xl05) feet, In complete order, newly pai>er? d ail J pointed; has water, gHa, ,\e. ; the lo.ntlon 1* very <' sir able. ami It will be let nr lease I mi very favorable terina 1.1 a rusponalble leuam. Apply M Cli AS. E. MILLS, M Cedar ?1 root. Bakery, m baxtku stkeet, to let -has eTery oonvenlenre fur cairng on the hustling*; tin' :?reaent tenjinw have tliree \...i*' ieaar, terrain. tiiiig on tlm Brat day of November 11. . \ 1 ply as |ier bill, nr to the ?owner, IM Bait Nineteenth atreet. FURNISHED HOUSE TO LKT-A THREE STORY brick Honae, wiih b 1 en em, onuiain ng gas, water, at Newark, New .lei - y; wo 'Id lm let li.ru * ed nr unf ir itiNliod, or mo ild ? 11 ti e ( : irtnre. It ia eligibly slt'inted, vi bin eight minutes' walk nt 1! - depot. Apply to T1IEO. BVAN8, Na. 6 Liberty |rt..c, New York. GREAT INDCCEMKNT.-T1IE COMMODIOUS BUILD lng 339 Uteenuicll nil. arranged f>. a il i. l.n; Hons*, In complete order, ? 1 I be let at an extremely i w rent; alio well famished U , ins to lei, very low, loronh ? men, without boaid. Inquire ol J. O. DORR, 33U Green svi 'h atreet. ALP OK THK THREE STOI Y JIRICK HOI SE NO. ai Waat Fifty-fourth stieet. t<> I 1 ; 1 e room-. ? h clnnela, water, gint, An. Rent 1 ta -11. all I uiliv, (1J 10 pur month. House in ci.ekmont avknce, dkooklyn, handsouiciv l.ntshcd, 1:1 NrfM$ordnr, newl) painted. Rent lew to a good tenant. Apply to JOHN (;'< I'LLl, 11 BUIe atreet, Uronkl.v u. House to lkt, i nfi rnisiied or partially funit ,hed. ? A three rtory liouae, with (i.is, wati-r, Ac ; |w*rt tuk 'ii in Hoard by two imrsoux, with the privilege 01 tal.ing other boarders; prim to auit the tluiea. Apply at No. 7 \ audam street, near Mae. I in; ai. Si'RUCE STREET.? TO LKT STORE, BASEMENT AKD Cellar of No. lSSi)i-uiO?t net; each iloor about 9J feet deep; local Inn very desirable l'n leather "r "tlmr '.rade; relit moderate. Aj p v to JAMES l'RICE, 200 Hud ?ou atreet. H STORE TO KKNT-STOi K AND FIXTl'KKS FORSALE; Ktorc 111 Mulberry ? !???:; u rmH l??\v lorwiNli. ^JTKAM POWER.? TO LEASK, ROOMtf IX HOWARD S O Huildings, 12, 44, 4tJ, 45 u-ittl iilMln ouo strecu; lighted oa %11 sides, h ton in hoisi. and every convonlence; insurance 1 percent. Apply tin th?' pri'inis^-". a 10 LKT- AT WEST HOBOK! N A KBAT wi> WELL situated llonse*, having hnitabU'ai < oiriim)d?itiii!i?forar< - spectablo family, A^ply lo WiLI.lAM S1NCLAMIK, i*ali #udo avenue. TO LET? A WAKKIIV AM) I i\Tl iM!S FOR SALE, IF required, cheap lor e:ish; l?>?ratiiui 5:10 Set-oiui avenue. ?' Inquire of CHARLES HOFI'M AN, 417 Third avenue. TO LET -SKfuNP PLOOB, THREE BOOMS, OP 7'.) Weal Eleventh street, to a Mnali Jamily only, at a low rent. Inquire on the 11 ennsey. ( rro LET? WELI- FURNISHED ROOMS IN BROWN I, X stone House, 33 Bowery, aingin ami in sots t? a om 1 mn(l.it? lauiilit'H ; ulHO, a kMUS at tilt RtOftiiway, secjina story. Inquire uii tin premises; price iu accordance with the time*. TIO LET? A SMALL, NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE in the Ninth wsril. Terms SIM per month, or >V) and the board of tun- person. Adilr....,,, C. O., II -raid oilier, or rii piy between between 2 and 1 o'clock ui 1W Fulton street, second story, buck otlioe. 1 TPO LET? SMALL STOKES, ItESTA I'll ANT AM) E!X J. tures. Al?> the second thiol- ? nrner Room ol .-il'.i Itiv.el y ,iy. Apply at room No. 4, S19 Broadway, from il L" ll1,' A.M., or as pur bill. Southwest com r of Bri a iway nniJ Twelfth street. TO LET-A NUMBER OK LARGE AND MEDIUM Houses, iii the ui i>h|' p .rt of t city, pri.ii p ? lly I11 the mtddlo and *?t ni.ii>. Alio a number of Stores on the business avenui ?. Also a large Store an I Basement nt the junction of Bro,itlw?y, Seventh nvcinto and Furty -s-eond street, 20 fret front by ul out li"? leet dee, >; the stories over till' store being fitted tip 1'i.r a hotel in connection with the ud Hninlng building*. Also .1 n miber of desirable larts of iousi-h. J. A W. DEN'IIAM, Eighth avenue, roruer of Sixteenth street. Oilice open irom morning till nine In th ? evening. WO LET? THE THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE NO. 112 | A East Nineteenth street. Part of the Furniture for bale Hfdesired. Apply between 11A.M. and 3 P. M. frpo LET.? A PARTIALLY FURNISHED HOUSE IN I X South Brooklyn, desirably located, will be let on Very flow terms to a careful and ie>ponsible party. Apply at 24 fctroug place, one block from Henry atreet. rrio LET? A TWO STORY AND ATTIO BRICK HOUSE, I J. iu Hammond street, one door Irom Font th street. To a Idcsirablo tenant rent low. iiuutro *1 Dr. HALL, 31 Charl Kun atreet. TIO LET? A VERY UENTEEL COTTAGE nOUSE AND X Garden, in a very f.iahioa tble neighborhood, I'uciUc itreet, corner of Nostrand nvuaiio, Brooklyn, one block irom jtycars; rent $350. ? Apply at 2J4 Water street, corner ui Fulton atreet. New Yoik. TO LET? IN BROOKLYN. IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, the Second and Third Floor*, with the privilege ot back uacment; the rooina are furnished with every convenience; vlthln ten minutes' w, ilk ot Hamilton ferry, ou the route of Jourt street car*; rent exceedingly moderate. Apply ut the .'orner of Nelson and Court streets, S iutli Brooklyn. rro LET-TIIE FOUR 8TORT BROWN STONE HOUSE 1 33S Wm Thirty-second atr -nt; rent $700. Also 246 and HO West Thirteenth atreet, at $450 Also several parts of douses, nt low routs. Apply to ROBERT USHER, Jr , 152 iVest Thirty -fourth street. fpO LET.? DWELLINGS? NOS. 6 AND 29 ST. MARKS IL place and 4V Franklin stri ct; furnished ? No*. 9 Lnfay lltc place b nd 74 University place; Warehouse:, ? 14 Brond Itreet, 12, 14 anil 16 New street und 111 tirt-i u .vicli street; Klin es ? No*. 31 Wat re n uti 'i t, corner of Church, and l.-'J Vaahingtoii street; Lofts? 24-CoU'and street. 39 and IGl IreenwTch street and 22S Tenl strei-t; Upper Floors of ti'Jo (roadway, corner of Fourth street, and rear on Lafayette lace, ea;:h 137 bv 45; Oilicesdn No. 68 and 70 Wall street, 5 lew street ani 3 Bowling Green; Yanlsani Lots ? No*. ? l.trkcUh hi, S2 West, ami 02. fit, ,V> and 5S Wic-hington treet. Apply to* JAMES CRUiivSHANK, 55 Broadway. PO LET-TO A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY, THE 8 -con.l Floor in hou?! 114 Thompson street, consisting t four Rooms, with closets, w.i: drobes, Ac. The hint*.: has ecn newly painted, with gas 11111I water through. Tu a good ?tiant will lie let low. Inquire en the premises. no LET-SECOND FLOOR OF BRICK MOUSE NO BOW L Bid rid ge street; ront $S0 till Uiel.itof May next. Can 0 aeen from 2 to fl o'clock P. M. MO-LET-rART OK A MODERN HOUSE; ALSO TWO L Rooms In a modern house, furnished, with partial > ?r I. Apply at 2iW Fourth street. to LET-THE THREE STORY HIGH BASEMENT llouye 1K3 Wv ut Twenty-fourth street, containing nil the ?.odorn impi-oveiiients: gas chandeliers, lixturen, glasses, e.; rent at tho iilc rf $Cijil till May: keys at lSSTwenty >urth street. Apply U> llHNitY McEWINO, 152 t'liambcrs !-tiet, up stairs, or st the house from 10 to 4 o'clock. klO LET-?A FURNISHED COTTAGE, IN ORANGE, N. I J., convenient to Brick Church depot, lnuuire of J. pATTS, 170 WHIteni street. 110 LET? SEVER VL DESIRABLE FLOORS, IN THE I building Nos. 24 and 28 Ann street, having plenty of [i(ht; are well adapted for printers and bookbinder's, or en (ravers. Inquire in office oi El Notleioso, on the premises. 10 LET-THE HANDSOME DWELLINO HOUSE, 211 West Forty-second stri et; has all the modern iuiprove ic.nts, and has l? cn newly painted; will be let for half I'm sual rent until the 1st of May Inquire next door, No. 213. hO LET? THE UPPER PART OF THE TilltEE STOItY L brick Dwelling House, No. 217 West Twentyfonrth ircet; four rooms and bath room, suis, hot and cold watuf; 1 good order. Apply on the premises. 110 LET? A COMFORTABLY FURNISHED HOUSE, A few doors from Broadway, In the vicinity of Ninth rcet; If agreeable, the tamlly will hoard with the tenant. Jiiress Moore, Bible House, station D. 10 LET ? A SUIT OF ROOMS, HANDSOMELY FUR . nlshcd,and with all the modern Improvements for house, ?eplng, consisting of lar<e front parlor, two or three nham rs, with basement room. Terms reasonable. Inquire at 1 5 Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street. p0 LET? NO. 15 WASHINGTON PLACE, SECOND ?' L blu.ik from Broadway. House in good repair; rent low |i a private family. 110 LET? STORE 853 THIRD AVENUE, CORNER OF Twenty-seventh street; nn old established clothing lore; rent'flOfll Also twostdry and basemeni House, 124th reet, betw een Sevemth and Eighth avenues; gas, wuter, lteat Jl.'/l per annum. flO LET? O ROVE STREET HOUSE, WHICH IS NOW in I till operation, or a p .11, containing four lar^i ito. ims, lell suited for a club; also lo let, a convenient Restaurant i:i Mil house. Apply to (JEOKGE COOK, Auctl >neer, 111 jroadway. 1(1 LET? THE STORE AND DWELLINO MX I1ROAD street, near Bridge street anil the new Pi-mlne L> ? iani;e. Adapted for anv business. Apply on the premises, I'tojoilN s. KELSO, fc wuijtm street no IJMBI Sl'PEItlott FOUR STORY BROWN stone House, No. 267 l i tU avenue. In flneordur; pos .?ssion 1st Novemlier. Apply to J. I1USTACE. 83 Mnri* ty i-t" jlO LET? TWO OR THREE ROOMS ABOVE THE strip' fOtJ Broadway; (it ' rn'e location for business p'>r Iises. Also one 01-twn iurn'sheil R ioms. in a pleasant neigh iiihood. Inquire In the store Soj Broadway. ;10 LET-THE THREE STORY HOUSE NO. 142 EAST i Twenty-seventh street. It consists of ail the modern ini I-ovements. The home will be let In part if desirable, tea l>od tenant, ehcap. Inqulri at 135 East Thirty-fifth street. 1W0 HANDSOME OFFICES TO LET? AT A LOW rent, qa the seoond floor, front looms, of No. 5 New reel. Apply to Mr. CRl 1 K.-il A.N K, 6.1 Hronihvay. IO CLUBS. -TO RENT, A FURNISHED HOUSE, AR ranged erpressly lor a eluh: spaelons billlar I room, c ir J oms, Ae. Will he rented low for a year or two. Address >mfort, Union square Pottofflot. yORKSHOPS TO LET? NOS. 54 AND 56 FRANKLIN Y street, anil 77 While sucet, firat door east of llroad sy; floors 100 and 200 fejr deep, on a corner, and well ;hted. Apply at 72 Waller street. PASSPORTS. l LL PERSONS WISHING TO I'ROCURE PAS8P0RT8 L must apply In person, at the olllce of the United States issport Agent, 34>* Pine street. Pass|x>ru are given free of arge on producing the necessary papera fi r the same. C)S IR IRVING, United States Pas?|H,rt Agent In the city of iw York, ap^oluied by Uugoveroment, Miippina CJTKAM WI'EKLY UKTWKKN NV W. YOKK AliP kj LI VlilifoOL. latin 11 : mill Bint*. $ V'*." f.1 ."ft* 1. 1" ut Uu.i II.- t..? 1., iirUlUl. ill.- Uvri|Kii?l, fu i ludi ljililii Suviuikhli- i'uoi|iu:o iuii-udU< pitn. l-iw.11' l bu'H J.tu ttcomri.liMMl.41ow. -Mobw 2i] A Saturday, <x ?? (iLASCOVV Saturday, No\ * ' Jrf ' J? KANUAKOO .Sat unlay, Nova. mow: v and every Saturday, al noon, troui pier 41 NoiiU river# _ ? KA1KS OK MfHiUK! g?.u? First Cub In *76 I Steerage . . . ? . 44 to London HO I " to London * .?* 41 to Pari* H5 44 to Paris ,TS 44 to Hamburg.... 86 I 44 to Hainb irg . . . 3ft Passengers also forwarded to Havre. Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, itc , at equally low rate*. Persons wishing to bring out their friend* can buy ticket* li re at the ! iU<?wtng raien, to New York:? From Liverpool or Queenstown, first cabin, $75, $*5 mid $105; altarage Iroin Liverpool, $u); from Que?iuitov\n, *10. Thebii ateamer* have superior accommodations for passen gers, aini ?arry experienced Burgeon*. 'i )? y are lu.i t in water-tight iron eeclious, and have patent lira anulhilators on board. For further information api lv in Liverpool to WILLIAM IN MAN, ag< ni, 22 Water street; in Ola 8 wtoWM. 1NMAN, No. 5Su Luoch *uuarc; in Qu< en.stovvu to ( '. Si W. I). Si.Y M (J lilt A CO.; in London to M\ I S v M ACEY, CI Kim; Wit. liaui street; in Pari* to JULIAS DECODE, No. f> Place de la Bourse; iti PhiSa lelphia to JOHN O.HALE, 111 Walnut street; or at tin? Company';, ollices. JOHN G. HALL, Agent, 15 Broadway, New York. The north oerman lloyds steamship hue MEN. II. Wessels command, r, currying i ho United States mail, will sail from pier CO North river, loot of Cham bers street, on SATURDAY, October 26, at 12 o'clock M., roK BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON, taking passenger* to LONDON, HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN, at the lollow ii rates: ? For the lirst cabin, $100; second cabin, $60; steerage, $35. For freight or passage apply to OElAilCHS A CO., C8 Broad street. JfOR SOUTH AMITON AND HAVRE, On SATURDAY, November 9, The United State* Mail Steamer AltACJO, T>. Lim s Commander, Will sail, from pier No. 37 North river, foot of Bcaeli street, on Saturday, November U, at noon. This steamer, unsurpassed for safety and comfort, has double engines under de. ft, enclosed by watertight compart ments, which, besides other results, tend in the event or col lisiou < r strtnulinu', to ke<*p the pumps free to work, and se cure Hie \ oi vrv. , iin-l pmseugcr*. For freight or pass.ue apply to UK a K N/JK, i A?0MU- Ko- " Broadway. The steamer Fl LTON will .*til December 7. OTEA.U To LONDONDERRY, OLAKOOW AND LIVER u pool. ? The Montreal Steamship Company's first class fill! powered, Clyde bmlt steamer NOHH1 AMERICAN, C.i i t. Orah im, earn ingthe C.mudi .n and U mted S i esi nails, will sail from Ouebee next Saturday. October 20. Raics of I w -n^e from New York: ? l'irst cluss, according to awomtno elation, $7<J and $S5; at?M*rage. found with go?;d provisions. Certliicnt s issued for bringing out liasse n^ers from all t ?? principal towns in (ireat Britain and Ireland at very 1 ?w rates. For passage applv at 'Zi Bro idwav, New York. SAfcEli A SEAHliK, Ueneral Agents. QTBAM TO HAMBUBO, ll A \ KE, L0NXK>N and O S ?? thampton. Tli" Ilstobiira American Packet Company's iron steamship TEUTON! A, H. Taube, commander, ??rrylng the United S aivs mail, will leave from pier No. 21 North river, foot of Fulton street, SATURDAY, November 2. at noon, for H-imburg, via 8 ailhamptmi, mklng pas.s? ngers for Ha vre, London, Southampton and Hamburg. First cal in, $HH>; h. c . iul cabin, $t!U; sl^wrage, $35. The stea ners of this lino will l?*ave every alt u nate Satur day, cHrryifia the United States mail. The steamer Saxoni 4 will su-verd t!.c Teutonla on Novem ber 10. 0. B. RICHARDS K BOAS, 161 Broadway. T7*OR LIVERPOOL? THE FAST SAILING CLIPPER ship CALHOUN, Caotain Truman, wrl sail on Satur day, Octolier 2t>, having unequalled accommodations for lirf.t and second class pass.-nger-. S ???? ud class pass 'tigers taken lor the low price <>r $14, and io- nd with nroviBions. Apply onboard, or at the oillce on pier No. 5 North river, to E. COLLIN. Ipon LIVERPOOL.? TAPSCOTT8 LINK. SAILS SA I . lpta.v, October 20? The p n Ket ship liKliniKWAThR, lying mi pi r 10 East river. For iwwi1. *' low rat.-*, or ur.if' i in demand ill utiy |> irt of Urc:<t llntlaii or Ireland, apply (Hi Imard, or to TAPiJOOTT A CO., #0 South struct. }TH)R LIVERPOOL.? DREADNOUQnT LINB.-TBB / s pi t * n did eilp|jei ship ESCORT, Captain Wltliman, pool Ively sui nil Thursday, Od. -4. lor ii: I nrr rates man sny other ship, apply on b .urd, pier So. O.Norili river. or to 1*. M. HEMARE.-iT, 40 South street. IPOR LIVEBPOOL? OU> BLACK 8TA.B LINK?I THB 1 lav .riK- 1. oket Kill,. .JOHN BRIGHT, Ijing at pier 27 East river, sails Octohcr 2H. PiuKenw'ts taken at very low rates. For passage or drafts on Irobm I, Ac., apply to WILLIAMS A GUlt**, 40 Fulton street. CHEAP passage TO LIVERPOOL? B* THE RLACK P.ail Line of Packet*. ? Thr splendid fast sa lln|i clipper ship ISAAC \V EBH sails Octol ei 2.S. For passage apply on boaul, i"il of Ruekman ktreel, East liver, or lu JACOB WILSON, 10! South street. X LINE? FOB LONDON. KAILS FRIDAY, OCTOBER n? The well known and Arorlte packet (Up WM. TAPSGOTT, (' Lptuiu Hell. Fur |?is.-ngi, at low rate*, or diufts on England or Ireland, pitiable on demand, apply on board, or to TAPSCOTT .V CO , Kti Souih street. TjIOR HAVIIE.-THE SPLENDID PACKET SHIPAMERI J? OA, Captain Salter, will positively gall on Ttiiirsdsy. O t. 21. Passage in second cabin $1H, and fnuiul ivilh pro vl-dons. Apply on board, pier 5 N'jith river, or til*. M DEM AltEST, 40 Souib street For califobnia via Panama A first claim steamer will leave New fork on the l?t, llth and 21st of each month, except when these dates I all on Sun day. when the day of departure will ho on the Monday fol lowing. Fur frieght or passage apply at the only odlr e, No. 5 Bow ling Green. D.U.ALLEN. A^ent. IjlOB BIO JANEIRO, LOTA (NEAB VALPARAISO) ' and San Francisco.? The Paciiiu Mail Steamship Com Siany will despatch their new steamship CONSTITUTION, 300 tons burthen fr?m New York for tho above pol ls, on or about lot to 15?h November next. Cabin passage to ltlo $130 Cabin passage to l<otn V0 Cabin |>as?.i?e to San Francisco 4iW Freight will also lie taken for San Fraiicleco if suttlclent In ducements are ottered. Apply at the oltico of the com pauy, 88 Wall street. IjlOlt IIAVANA-KIKST VESSEL-TUB SPLENDID ' i llpper bark OCILLA. First sn l second class and steer age passengers taken on the lowest terms. For freight or passage, b.. vini; ample accommodations, apply to I. B. GAGE It. 101 Wall street. . n rrock'T. < V r' ' l'1-r M p M precisely. OS TUESDAY, October I ? - r , ,(meP. I*1*'" Ail 1 OrCAHltl^t'^"?, COAL. CIO L $4 40. ? THE BEST COAL FOB STOVE AND J range use; burns free, without waste; warranted full weight. LOYD A CO., 3J2 Eighth avenue, corner of Twenty-seventh street. CIOAL.-NO MISERABLE TRASH OR NO !,(*? TO 1,800 J lbs., il livcred for $4 30 or $1 10, but 1'till weight of 2,iMk> lbs. guaranteed, under forfeiture "t the whole lull, of tli" best Peach Orchard and Leh'.iili Cool in the eiiy, delivered In gi oil order, ui $4 75, from yards ii.werioruer oi Klngeiid Greenwich streets and 50 Km eveli street, corner of New Boweiy. MATTHEW CLINTON, wholesale and retail a ;eiit for Bed Ash an i Lehigh Coal. SALES OF KKVI, ESTATE. A NEAT COUNTRY SEAT, KM HHACINO ONE ACRE of choice garden land, fruit shid", shrubl pi y, ,v , near depot, churches, schools, ?c.,and thre -'Hiur er- of an hour from the City Hall. In Westehe t r i-oiinty ; for sale nt a bargili'. SEYMOUR A WHITON, 1M Broadway. Brooklyn (GATES AVENUB) property .bob Hale. ? A three story brick House, onntalnliig all the modern Improvements; also Furniture and Has Fixtures In the above. The house is new, having only lieeu occupied one vear. House 80x40; lot 24xlbO. Terms (ororable. Apply to Dr. HALL, corner of Gates avenue and Byerson street, llrookli n. Brooklyn property.? fob sale, very cheap, three Houses, on Clermont avenue, between DeKalb nnd Ijjfayette avenues, with oil the modern Improvements. Must he sold. Inquire of PR1CHARD CLAFFY, oa the premises. Brooklyn (Clinton avenue) property for sale ? Six Lots, with lirst class House, 40x40, with p!*7?a, fiit na e. range, gas, bath and closets; stable in rear, with water: garden iins psoches, cherries, penrsand graiies, which cannot i?' surpassed. Apply on preiulsi's, third house south west from Myrtle avenue, or at 31 Spruce street, N. Y. Bowery property for bale.? west side ; best business location In the street; Lot 25x100 feet; House verv substantial and in Rood order; title perfect. Will be sold low. Terms easy. Inquire of W. JOIINSTON, N.i. 214 Bowery. C~ 10UNTRY~8T01:K, HOUSE AMD THREE TENEMBNT > Houses all for $2,W)0; less than half ita cost; good busl. n"?.i siainl; lions in gowl orihu ; ten rooms; fruits, spring, Ac. Price, $1,100 cash, balance on time; fourteen mil's out on Harlem Rstlroad, near depot; title |ierfe i; size of lot, 1C0 by lflilr.". This property will beur inspection. Apply on the ! r emises. Take tie fl o'clock A. *1. train for West Mouut I^OR RALE? CHEAP. ONE OF THE MOST ELEO \ NT ' !y tinlslied Houses In this city. No, lis East Forty-eighth stre<t; it Is thf" stories, high stoop, stone front; has large rooms. (i< d neighborhood. Must bo sold. Apply to the owtn r, as above. It 1 11 up. I- lOB SALE? MURRAY HILL PROPERTY, AT~ SECES s!ou prices? The two ilrst class Irown stone, high slcop four storv Houses 304 and Jit I/'Xlngton avenue, w t side, between Thirty-ninth snd Fori! *th streets. Call on the pre mises, ''rum H 10 1 1 A. M. and 3 to ft'? I'. M. I "/oR ',-ALK CHEAP? iloUcE AND LOT NO. 315 DEAN street, Brooklyn, House is frame, two story, basement and a'.iie, Itll' d in with brick, and well built; gits, water, range, Ac. $1,900 can rem tin on bond ami mortgai;e. For full particulars Inquire on the premises, or of P. DOUGLAS, at G'l Maiden lane. New York. poll SALE CHEAP ? A GOOD FARM OF 175 ACRES, P near N?rwelk landing nnd depot; g<sid view of the S i ind; K'?'d buildings, fruit, fences, water. Ac.; pood dairy. Farm will pay lOperceuL B. HLAKE, 14 Chambers st. I.tois SALE OR EXCHANGE-TWO THREE STORY 1 high -loop bro'v 11 Stone busemcut Houses and two v;i eant Lots, tor men handl e ornt'arm. Apply in the S'-nar store on the northeast corner of New Bowery and Chambers street. I^OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY, Grocery or Liquors, a Farm of 73 acres, fii ?t class land, with the stock, crops and fanning utensils; a'tnll" pl '.isuro gronnd, graded level, from fit) to Ntieet wide, with proper turns; a delightful drive for pleasure or forcxer Islnj horses. A| ply at S3 Market street. For rate or exchange? for improved city property, a yery desirable residence on Siaten Island, n short distance from Valid' rhilt's lauding, inquire of James Van Buren, 52 Willi! im street. IitOR SALE OB EXCHANGE FOR A SMALL HOURS " In Brooklyn or Merchandise, hi ty- eight vacant L.lslc the vilhipe oi llicksville. Loll* Island. CI I AS. L CU14D Jo UOChutiiain klre?t, roam L, SALEM OF nr. AT- ESTATR. FOU HALE OH BXCIfAMuB? A KIN 12 FARM OK about 2' 0 acres, in Dutoh< * county, with first das* iin provomrn Hint ijiri. ?? . iiiImm >mI. Will be - xei un: <1 in ? j ru perly in N w York, Hrookh n. or for a rosidcnn on the Hua j im or In New Jus y. Apply to I'. l:. WILKIN'S, No. 10 ' Pine street. 1 1J108 SALS Oft BXCHAjrOfc? *OB a riBST MOBT I I1 gage or Furniture, u irui Summer Beside eonSulen Island eligibly situated near tin* ?e ot ;?n 1 lit u lii g, price. $3,61W ('II IS. L. OilDTS, 170 CI i i N u I. IjHilt BALK OR EXC II Aff OB?FOR A GOOD GROCERY 1 and LiuuorSt re, or soiw ether good bind.. ss, a small t?wo story iJrick House, with fourlois, in tin village of Hicks* vllle, L I.; price, $l,0t?. CHAA K. OORDTS, 170 Chatham street, room No. j. 17IOH SAl.E OB EXCHANGE FOR A SMALL FARM? 1 An <?!tl o.?,Uiblish#*d buMtie>s, I-.t ated in one of the be>t thoroughfares of the city. A lure chance to rommein e busi n .vs. Address Henry Wilson, Herald olllce. "I/10R BALK OR EXCHANGED FOR \ LOT OF I. Ground. with or without improvement . n? any of the lower ward* of this city, pal'1 an. I d irk lira-ndy, i .>oud. Ad die.* A. IK, Herald oil ice, for three days. House for sale ok EXt hanc.e ft>? a faitm A two story and basement frame Cottage, in Hro >klvn; , 1 t J.r)\7'? cot; cash price vcr> < In a p. Inquire at No. 12. Vanderbill avenue, near Myrtle, Brooklyn. House and lot roi; sale- no. 2so west forty third street, near Ninth avon ban all modern im provements and just finished; three ?t?ryand hi^'a stoop; will be sold cheap and on easy terms. A pp'y ui it?3 West Twenty-eaghth street. Housesand lots wanted? in exchange fob Farm* and for Western Lands. All kind.* of property bought, sold or ex harge I by th? subserlbers, at tin ?r ofll e, No. 20 Nassau street, New York, opposite the Po*t oMice. PR KG USON A MNEDKOOR. "IMPROVED LEASEHOLD PROPERTY IN Till; FIRST I ward. ? For sale or to let, a thirteen years' Leas ? of the House Albany s!r?ft. Will be s M very low us the pre s nt own r !?? u'ing to the w ?r. Tee r mis low. I foot sold it will lie let. Apply to F. DUFl'Y. 10ft Green wi li street. rilO BUILDERS.? THE ADVERTISER WISHES TO Jl make arrangements with some competent lulMer lor build iif? a i:ood si/, il, subsuntiil cottage ir.?:ae II i- . in the Stat - oi New Jersey, about twelve miles from New York, where building material* ean >>o had al mo 1- rati* pii es, ami g I \ ' iu e . bat'ge desirable property located in ?a e o: ti e main busine.-..- erects in LioaMyn. For further iuforma i->u address box 2,320 I'o^l ollice. New Ymk. \\rANTED? TO PURCHASE FOR CAS II, A FARM OF f? Iran twenlv-five to fifty at re*, contiguous to the North river, u it above I 'later or Dutehe:;> eo ntles. anil \\ 1'hin thre;% miles of steauilioat or railroad. The hou?e, outbiiitulngs and fsitcai muat be in good order and tin- uhm musi <??? wou watered and well truited. Atl iie- , wltn full particulars, Abb ?tt, Herald oflice. No notice taken of commuuieations not suiting price. Ot VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS POB 8 ALE OB BX t/tJ ehanne? On Eighth avenue, ju-t above ('??ntiai Park. Part pa> ment would be taken in improved ciiv prapertv. This po|M8rtv is free from lncumi?rsiae, and will be so Id in one par. el. For further pardeulars a Idroes T. II. II. , Harlem I'OSt O'liro. Q ?0 7 A A IN. CASH FOR A FOUR STORY HIGH I V/Vj stoop mi d -rn llouw, 2l\Af>. lot 1?W t. of, Jif"*en rooms; mortgage ^a,(Xkl. Call arat hee the propartv'at No. lt?7 West Tv\ eiuy-tiith street, between Seventh ami Eighth avenues. FOR DALE. A GOOD CHANCE KOB A PERSON WITH A SMALL capital? 8t ?ek, Fixtures and L"h*e of u Fancy Goods and Th Store, with dwelling:, now doing a g??od business. l!ent Will be sold for half what it cost on a ? ount rf t'.e proprietor having other bussine<?H to attend to. Apply on the piemb css, 1,249 Broadway, N. Y. A PORK STORE FOR SALE CHEAP, T\ A FIRST . cla-s location, together with Lease and Fixtures. Atn?ly at S Ml B iwery. AHBATBR, in PBBFECT OBDEB, FOR SALE? BY a family breaking up housekeeping. Price $25, original tost $iU Call at 4t> Mncdougul stroet. Bakery, on the fourth avenue, for sale ? The Stock and Fixtures of a first ck. <s Hakcrv, with Horse and Wacon. lias a round of excellent em tuner*. Apply to WM. 11. LUSH, 292 Fourth avenue. For bale?an old established grocery and Lhjuor Store, at a great haruain; satU'.aeiory reasons giv< iiiorseHim'- Inquire at 28 1 West Thlrt; -first street. IIOR SALE? A BARGE, SUITABLE FOR CARRYING coal or flirt; will carry 450 tons; Is sound in frame and will he M( ?i? t cheap to any person who will Apply immediately nt the olllce of the shipyard, foot of East Foriy-fourtli street. IlOR SALE?ONE 2ft HORSE STEAM ENGINE AND Boiler, 10 Steam Engines and Boilcru, luni -I to 00 uo.-m?: ft Steam I'll mi*, from No. 1 to 5: 7 >- tew <*i?t | in v Lathes ana 2 Pl.uers. 1). O. SIMMONS, Hi Wall street. Tj^OR SALE? THE LEASE, STOCK AND FIXTURES OF a hrst cln.'H Grocery and Lienor Store. K? nf. $ld per m ?nth: three years' buise from lir*tof last May; muni lie so d this week it a the owner has other bu?iiie?* to a'tend t? ?. SalUlart>ry reasons given for selling. Call at 138 Last Thir ty-sixth street. "|7W)R SALE? BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR, WELL JP lo ated, on 11 road way ; four first class marble bed Ta bles, Furniture and Gas Fixtures. all complete: f'.olr.s a pro fitable business; low rent. Will on sold at a large >a< ritlee, on account of ih?? proprietor.going to the war. Apply lo W. II GRIFFITH, 14o Fulton street, N. Y. IjlOR SAJiE ? NINE BARRELS BEST QUA1 1TY : etuilno Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey. No. Broadway, upstairs. Til OR SALE? THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OK THE X1 Fruit and Confectionery Store. 4 yt Canal street, doing at present a very good business. Most satisfactory reasons given for sdiing out. Call on the premises. I10R SALE.? THE FIXTURES AND LEASE OF V first class corner liquor Store,, on one of the best corners in the Si ventn nth warn. Will be scjd cheap, n s the owner ha* other bus. nss to a'teml to. AppLy on the. premises, 200 avenue B, corner ot Twelfth street. JIOR SALE? A. HALL HEATER, BUT LITTLE USED, cheap, wt No. 317 West Twenty-third stre? t. TjlOR SALE? A LAJIO'E CUTTING. KNIFE, 42 INCHES r long, with table, Ac., In good order, suitable for cutting 1 -ather, pasteboard. ( si per, Ac. Apply at S. If. DOVGIITY'S, 2*7 Broadway, corner lte&de street. IjlOR SAJ.E? THE CARPENTER SHOT NO. 70I5LE?-:CK 1 er street, which belonged to the late Lieutenant Colonel James llagg* rty, of the Sixtv-ulfith, with all tie- Tools nevs s.try for carrying on the business, together with a qeantityof good Lumb .-.f ; is in a good locality and the rent Is low. For further particulars apply at the resldsuce ot' Mrs. llaggerty, 41* Stanton street. 7,101: SALE? A. SELECT SCHOOL, IT PRESENT NUM X berlng about twenty pupils, with sr^ats and a ?;nmo dations for 20 to 35, situated in an ex- client ntul tMekiy set tle! neighborhood, at W? st Harlem, pjtfth street, first house east of Sixth avenue. Friic $W0. R nson for tu ll*ig, the proprfetor is prep irlng to leave for Europe. Apply at the Kf-i.ool as above, or t?v letter to Miss M. W., 126th street, II ir lcm, N. V. I OR SALE? IF APPLIED FOR IMMEDIATELY, ONE _L of the best litted up and paying Saloons dow n i i rear Fulton terry. For particulars Inuuire of HENRY KlilBY, ship c'.ianul r, 164 South street. 2so agents need rpply. 1TK)B 8 \LE? V COPPER STILL (HOLDS 150 Q \LI.ons >, . and two copper worm*, substantially made, two years in use irom new; will be sold cheap, as it is out of the*o\v ti er's bne of bu-iu"8?. Can be seen at 412 Seventh avenue. Til OR SALE? A SEGAR STORE, WITH BAR AND JUL I; liard Room; there is two P?d tin rd Table* and Fixtures, which will be sold cheap as the proprietor is going in the army. Terms < i sy. lient $21*). Aj ^ly ak22$ Third av? true, or t?> LI. COOLY, northeast corner of New Bowery and Chambers street. T^OK SALE? AT AUCTION PRICES, AT H)M f'ENTRE F street, several Lathes, Sugar ;?nd l'aint Mills, Draw Bench, chest* of Joiner's Tools, Grindstone, Shalting, Pul Jies, B4dtin.1t, Furnace and S'oves, (Winters and 'fall's. Also a very large open sheet Loa Boiler. S. B. ? Basement to let. TjlOR SALE? A SMALL GROCERY, DOING A GOOD J/ Wusiness, in one of the best loentlous in New York. Kent low, w ith dwelling at :a rhed. F? r p*riieulars 'aill at or ad dress 642 Broadway, im?enient, for two cttys. Ill OR SALE? MACHINERY FOR A COFFEE AND 1 Spiee Mill, in complete order, with lea?e of store, aitu a ed In Washington street. Appy to II. C. McEWING, l.W Ohiunlters street, up stairs. I.IOR SALE? THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A LI ' quor Store, doing a good business. Will be sold eh' ap for cash, as the owner is going to Ireland. Call on the pre mises, ltM Mott street. Til OR SALE-THE MACHINERY OF A PAPER BOX X F?w t ?ry; everything ne essaryto a'art business with, oil end at a bargain loir rdi- h; cost over $1, COO; will sell lor General Agency, C.'{ Nassau street. IIOR SALE? A FIRST CLASS FAMILY OROCERY, 1 price $1,2U(). Also, a gofsi corner Liquor Store, price $000. Also, an Interest 1:1 a very nroiltable Munufactur>n 4 Bu.-inev ., well established, price $1,000. General Agency, 68 Kama street, I^OR SALE, AT A BARGAIN- AN OLD ESTABLISHED Butter, Cheese and Egg Store, in one of the best loca tion* in the elty, now doing a good cash business. Apply at 611 Eighth avenue. I10R SALE CHEAP? AN OYSTER SALOON NOW DO lug ? good business, at 297 Kinth avenue. 1,1 OR SALE CHEAP? LEASE AND FIXTURES OF A 1 P(?rk Stor", in one of the best hwations on Sixth avenue. Apply in ti e store, 522 Sixth avenue, near Thirty-ittst street. ElOR SALE CHEAP? A CORNER SALOON ON BROAD way ; first cla-' ; finely litted up; doing a good busiueas; Stock, Fixtures and Furniture ;? II Jirst rate. Long I iase. Is u rent. Will be sold at a sacrifice. Apply to IIOLBROOK & HOLMES, 599 Broadway. riROCERY FOR SALE? ONE OF THE BEST LOCA VJ cations In the city ; a n.-n that understands the bu-i ne s, with a small capital, w ill fiii't this a good chain e, by ad drf-sOng (iroccr, box '170 Herald office. Full particulars wni ue given. IMPORTANT TO HAIRDRESSERS.? FOfi SALE, AT A J gre.it sacrifice, in one lot or separatelv, four Barber's Chairs, cos'. J.'tO e r h: pedestal Pole, roue 320; a Cup Case, ami six catie Ann Chairs. Apply at 2iJ4 Fourth avenue. IIVJUOR STORE IN BROOKLYN, NEAT AND WELL J tiitM, to be i?-|x?.s ' \ of at valuation. Reasou for s? II ir.g propi > tor gone to the war. A good business may b?j done i . atti ntton. Inqtilre immediately nt lit Court street. Milk bound, wagon and cans for ? vle? now doing a good busiuess. Call lor one week on P. C. RUE. Filty-elgnth street, between Broadway and Seventh avenue. TO BUTCHERS? FOR SALE, A MEAT, FISH AND Oyster Market. Inquire at 22 Ridge street, between Grand and Broome. rpO PHYSICIANS? FOR SALE, THE MEDICINES, X Fixtures, Household Furniture, Ac., ot a French PhysU oian of eight years practice, in a beautiful village flvc miles Irom New York * tty. For session immediate. Apply to Madame l'ROVOT, <U8u Broatlway. WILL BUY THE ENTIRE GOOD WILL AND Fiviures of a light and prolitabic Rusim as, now

paying well. Reason lor selling, the owner leaving the city. Apply nt KM Broadway. 1C1 ftflrt -A ?TOCK OF GROCERIES FOR SALE, tpl?l)Uv? and one of the most desirable Stores in Oi*jige for rent. The a;iles have been $1)0,000 a year. Ataro elisnoe for a good biumes* with a sm<tli capital Ap* ply to H. 11. BLACUWLLL, bJ WiUlatu fclltfcL Sew Yvia* tr urn V lo il A. 3L BOAKD1KO AIVO ^ OD???* A J'am?komk hi; it, and also two . Sl No.1 nil??,T.5 J\ ar? now noiMii In itae tlrMclaw hMM menus, corner of Seventh ?lreet. a t nos. nzi and ait HnoADWAY-h'v vl!n'"K f\ Miiteiof Ho.min, with inivnic tubiti or at tab** u>%. Hingle Rooms for geutl? men, with or without Hon r%. hit. tween 1 wmitf-Jlitb urn! Twenty-alxth street*, near thv' b Avenue lldlH, A.HMALL 1'RIVATK FAMILY, OCCUPYING T1IEI# i owu houne, are deMroua of renting the Second Floor, j handsomely furnWhed, w iih Board. The hous** hut* all tlm { modern improvement* and is pleaaanily situated. Apply at 281 laiilngten avennr. References required. A PRIVATE FW1LV. UKS1IHM1 AT JW \\,V.ST Twenty*tWrd Mtreot, between Fifth and Sixth avrn mm, will lot one or two Parlors, with Bedroom* attached, to famfc lies or Minfflo gentlemen, with Board. A SMALL FAMILY WOI U> LET, TOGETHER OR separately, a kuU offcueatly furnished Rooms, with or without partial Hoard, to gentlemen, tu a pleasant location. Relcrwieea exchanged. Apply at West Eleventh street, between Fifth and Sixth a\enues. APARTMENTS, WELL FURNISHED, ON SECOND and third ltoor, can be obtained, w it U an excellent table, bv applying at No. 7 Great Jonea bfivet. None but tho- -? < le aning ti'i>t class accommodation!*, and willing to pay liberally, need apply. 4 UDY, BAYING v LARGB-HOUM IN v GBNTBBL iV location, between 11 road way and University place, halt made arrangements with oue latnllv, and would like to a. comm* date one more .am i 1 v with the Seeoud Floor, ti 1 one inure Room II r. juin d. References exchanged. Addresa [?'median, box 1,7^6 Potttolllce. 4 SUIT OF HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO \ J\. let, With Hoar I, at 50 Union a ,uue (Fourth avenue); a In - RpffBB* for gi ntlemen. Referenc s given and i< q tired. ; ACE1VATU UKKMAN FAMILY WILL LET, WITH ) good lionnl and eomt'ort a of a home, pleasant Room*; moderate t -; ion; house containa all improvement*. A pro tVaaor of music can b> accommodated ; lessona taken in part ptvmenL 170 Weat Thirty -sixth atreet. Reference* ex dialled. 4 SINGLE GENTLEMAN CAN OHTAIN HOARD, Willi J\. a noatly furnished Bedroom, at a very moderate price lor full or partial Hoard. Family Kin ill and select. Hoiimi Uratcla*a. L calni very conveuieot, Jk> East Twentieth street, near Broadway. 4 HAMMOMBLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, on 2\. the s'fcond lloor, with ? omtnoLous closet*. to 1- t, witn Hoard. Also M-vcral h ill Ko ana, with cIom tn, at 100 and 108 Kaat FourteentU btrceL, opposite the Academy ??t Mnwie. \ SMALL FAMILY, KKSIUINO AT NO. 37 WF.mT ./v KljUtei lith atrett, betwceii Filth and Sixth aveuuea, havoon** or two small itooin^, with Hoard, for single j?eutle* intm;alao, a linn exteioion iioom, Kiidable lor gciillfiuau and wife, lioune iiratdLife* and terina moderate. V FRONT AND BACK ROOM, ON SEl OND FLOOR, to let, with H ?ard, at N<?. 2 il >?#rinau place, \V. h t Tinny tbird ativet. Kooiiut plcu^tut, with gas; family aiuall. Dm li" i al mv o'cha;k. 4 T 12d NINTH STREET, A FEW DOOKS WEST OF S\. Hiuadv\ay. ? A Suit ot Uoouik, with Hoard, cutihistiii^ of I'ariur, two H 'Iroonii uu i H.unroom. bin^ie Kooai <. TU ' bent o. re.leri n -en ^iven and retpured. ? 4 SI'ITOF I'AULoUS ON SECOND FLooii, TO LET, A to tentlemen; aiao a single Hoorn, with lull or p uf al lb ard; Ui>tcla*a liaaeuuiu hauwe, No. UN nth htrc? t, .south aide, eontalning every improvi'tin-nt. A CARD.? AT 2S.i ELIZABETH STREET, FOUR doora from Bh < c-ker, will bo let, with H?>aid, a low large and amull ISoimiin, enutainlu^ gas, to single geutleuien or gtttitlemeii and tiicir wivea^eonveinant to euraaiid Hroa I w ay stagea. A FEW SINULE GKNTLBMKN, DESIRING TO ROOM toaet her, can have a pl? aaant irotit lio dn, with f?. i or partial Board, In a private t.uuily; location convenient tor buMiieaa me n, within one I lo k tw(>st)oi Bro^iway. Hole* l encea < *? hanged. Apply at IJt Spiln,! street. A SUIT OF ROOMS TO LET? ELEGANTLY FUR uiahed, Huitablc tor a a ntliunan and wiftj or ^lii^^e neu to men. Abo single front Room*, ut pt iee a to salt tin limes. Apply at li7 Nluth street, weat of au<i ne?r Hr. a Iway. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN BE ACCOMMO dated with a pleaaanily Ini nlahed Iroiit Kuoiil and ex eelient Board, at $8 per week; also, a small Room to let on moderate tHrma. Apply.it 145 West Twoiity-lourtli street, between Soveutb and Eighth avenues. 4 GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO SINGLE GEN / V I lem*n, may obtain ple isant Rooms, with good Board, in .-I small private family, when* the comforts oi a hoaic can bo on joyeu. House has modern improvements. Dinner at six. Apply ut 238 W? hi Twenty-M* oii.l straei. AT 63 WEST TWENTY-FI FT1I bTREKT.? FURNISHED Rooms to let, with hoard, in suit or single, well tHr nUlied ami in perfect, order; prices very moderate, to suit tho times: meal* punctual; rele-renoes exchanged; convenient to four line* of stages. A PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCUPYING A FIRST CLASS house in W * rait Thirty-fourth street, would let, with honrd, a niecly furnished l arlor and Bedroom to a gentle in in and w ifc, and Ro ting to Mingle :;enUeinen. Address box 2,yt>l Post oliiee. A PRIVATE FAMILY, LI VI NO IN GOOD STYLE IN A modern stone iron t house, will let a Parlor ami Bed room, with Hoard (lire, gas, closets, Ac.), to a gentleman and wile desiring a comloi table iiome. Address I'weuty-s^cond s t, l?-?x J 14 Herald "fliee. A highly respectable oerman family, oc. ? u vying a li rat r lit km house, very desirably situated, at No. 20 Wt-at Ninth Hrect, between Filth and Sixth avenues, would let a lew cUgantly furnished Rooms, with excellent Board, to gentlemen or gentlemen and their wives. French and English Mpoken. Referent es exchanged. A GERMAN FAMILY, OF THE HIGHEhT REKPECTA _/l_ bility, will let a low pleasant Rooms, with exc ellent Hoard mi l the comforts of a home, to gentlemen or gentSe men and their wives; the house has all modern improve incuts; location in Ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Apply at No. 1 Barclay street, in the basement. APARTMKNTi ? GENTEELLY FURNISHED, FOR SIN (tie gentlemen, witnout hoard, in a pnv.au lan.i.y. In quire at 4ii West Wushingl -n place. A LADY OCCUPYING A VERY GENTEEL HOUSE, J\. handsomely I urnislied, at lib West Twenty-iUtii street, will a reoiiimo !ale t.vo or tnree gentlemen ami their wives, or singh? gentlemen, with nh? Room* and mat rate board, at ivaa /liable pries. Reiercnoes given and required. A PRIVATE FAMILY, 121 EAST THIRTY- FOURTH street, will let sueond story R ioma, furnished or uu Itn nlslied, with hoard, to a small f amily or to two or three persons. Terms moderate. Lo 'atlou pleasant. References given ami required. 4 T THE LARGE FIRST CLASS DoCPLE HOUSE .No. J\. 12f llieeriier un-et, wc-uoi and near H road way, is a 1'eully Ural class family Boarding House, w:th Rooms un.sur pa.'M-d 111 s|/.?* and comfort, in suits or single; tie* cheape*! I lace in the city lor the style and quality of what is olfen d. IT 22 WFST FOURTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN J.\. Fi; tli ami S;Xth avenues, lar^e, handsomely tnrmshed Parlors ami lied rooms, with hoard, on the second and third Honrs; nil modern improvements; references exchanged. \ GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE CAN HAVE EX j\ colleti t lionrd and accommodations, with all deairabio ikuui'i comloi'ta and privileges, in the small private family ol a widow lady ; n ?w atone house ; newly furnished. tW West Forty-:ifih street, between Fil th and Sixth avenues. v T No>J CLINTONPLACE - V Fi RNISHED BACK J.X. Room, on th ? se? oiid I o.?r, to 1 i ; is well I urnished, with gas :n I h i! h.m cold w at t. 0?n b ' had rcisoi.nf ly, with or witi.oul hoard, Pie*se apply at 2J Oiliilou place, Eighth I street. A HANDSOME SUIT OF ROOMS, ON THE SECOND lloor, to let, si parately or together, with full or partial hoard, In a pnv.tc house, with ail the modern improve ment.-; t tuim moderate. Apply at M West Twenty -sixth street, between Br ad way an.i Sixth avenue. \T tSS NINTH STREET, A FEW DOORS WEST OF JV Broad way, a gentleman au I wile or iwn Ringie gvntii men Cftii obtain picas. n: U< aims, with Board, in a modern house with aU the improvi in -tils. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, HAVING THE NEW first class bouse No. ,*i7 West Thirty-eighth atreot? de sires to let to a gentleman and wife and two or three gentle men line large Rooms or suits ol Rooms, furnished, togeth r with Board. Tonus moderate to right parties. These are desirable accommodations; number limit d as above. A PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING IN BROOKLYN, j\ would l"t, with hoard, to a gentleman and wile, ur two single gentlemen, a large Room, '/Q sccond lloor; gas, wat r and bathroom on saiuu lloor; location des irable. References given and required. Tu rns moue rate. Apply at 409 Pacllic street, near NeVlns, Brooklyn. AT 180 MADISON AYENI E.-A OEKTLEMAN AND wife can find at their disposal a suit ol Rooms on the second lloor, with hoard, iu a lirst class private house, hand ?i imcly located. Al.-o, a Roomjlor a single gentleman, hest oi reierenccs given and required. 4 (iKNTLEMAN AND LA0T WISH BO ABO TH&Ol ?ill Jx. tho wlnier in the coiuitry; price for boUi not toexpeed per week. Would take charge.of a country seat or farm. City references given and required. Address Stephen A. 1 ier o x t o.. No. Pine street, New York. A FEW SINGLE GENTLEMEN, DESIRING TO ROOM together or separate, can have a pleasant front Room., with futi or partial hoanl, in a private family. Location de sirable lor business men, within one block west of Broad* way. Reletvnc s exchanged. Apply at 121 Spring street. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND TWO bedrooms to let, Oil se.;oud lloor, w ith best ol hoarding, in a private family. Lutalion near Thirty-second street, be twecn Broadway and Filtli avenue. Address box 4,19a Post 1 olli.ar. # A SPANISH FAMILY, HA VI NO A FIRST CLAS8 House near Union square, and keeping an excellent ta ble, would like to tako one or two iamilies or single gentle* men to hoard. Addre^.? A. h., Ui.ian square Post oiliec. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE desire THE SECOND Floor of a house, b twecn Eighth and Twenty -? ighth streets and Third and Sixth avenues, neatly furnished, with partol base mint. Terms? Furnish, $20 i?er month; luilur njsUcd, $15. Address Frank, Herald oliiee. \ GENTLEMAN ANI) IIIS WIFE WANT BOARD; IN U.Y. a private family preferred, between Canal and Eighth street, near Broadway. Address Huylar, 301 Canal sireet in t ho photograph gallery. BOARD-AND CHOICE OF NEATJ.Y FURNISHED Jt ionis lor the winter, with a social private lamily, for single rente uieu or gentlemen and ihtdr wives. Terms in accordance with the times. Address X. X, bux L,155 Posi oliiee. Boarl?-in a private family, at no. 21 west Tweuty-aecond street, near Fifth avenue. BOAlip. fWK SECOND FLOOR, ruNM> JiNG~T>F a large parlor and four bedrooms, of a lirst class wivate hom-ein Filth avenue, In thoJm.oe.diate neighborhood of Madisou pavk, can had, U part or entire, with Board. Address John Collins, Madi>- r|i square Post ??llice. BOARD-Wrni ELEGANTLY FURNISUUD ROOMS, f r single genlleinea i?r gentlemen and tU lr wives; tho bouse ia lirst class. lUnuer at 0. Location No. 1 West T\\clity-i "iltt" stieet, opjKisite the Fifth Av?*wue 11 J tel. BOARD.-SIN(iLR ROOM8 FOR GENTLEMEN CAN be ( blamed, with lull or partial Board, at irom 50 to $4 per \v? ek; l*M*alien pl asant and convenient. Apply at 4?M Hudson street, corner oi Morton. Board.? two or three single gentlemen can be accommodated with Board, where the comforts ??4 hone may be enjoyed. Terms moderate. Apply at '?Sl West Fourteenth street. Board.? a private family would like to let to a gentleman and his w if- a hrfhdsome suit^of Rooma, unfurnished, or a nic !y lurutshed Room to one or two sin* fte ge 'a ' leiiic n ; t he house i-* l.n'ge, with nil the imp ovctneuts. aquite at 1 0u \Yc?? Thirty ;<nvlU street, ue%i Rovoadway and ttuUi nvciiuti boahwto avd i-odht^o, "HOARD -BKVEHAL PLEASANT AND WELL FOR H'lu d K. mim ooitoond UiHir, with HouM, ul HS Clin '"" I"'1'", *'nh ?venue, Diuuer ul t> o'clock. L.K,T- WITH BOARD, ONK EXTENSION inm ?i. l l>" k unit hull Bedroom, on ll? ,mi hi T" Ito?"V' ?"> 'bird Hour, on very reu Fourteenth .treet, |>OAKD._ VERY DESIRABLE FARLOR8 ANI> BED ^ # rooms for families and win^lo gentlemen In a first class Liu? J* i,Htl hv "Pl'l.ving ut Btirv.it .Jones Kirn !, OKNTU5MAN and wife, or a few I f V'li-1:1' 1 !J J ;j" ^loiV^v iV ? 1,1 * family, in Tw > -th. ' f! ]J 1 ' J..,' i1} avenue Apply in the store, \:A >**?#> /*entio, between Nii.o eenthand Twentieth streets. T? ra?# jwoaohjible. BOA pit? A MUVATJ2, 1'AMILY, living in a fiust . ios.s frttwrf stone iiouae, up town, near Broadwav, *ery pl?uia.'?ii A/ locate !, w^tilu like to lei loa gentl -mail and hfe wife a .lii?f/d'"??i v suit Oi tiiifuruwhrrt Rooms. Parties wishing ?i)o?? aowtmtPiodatioiis' will ?u?i r< ?? A. P. stall m 0 Bivuriway, luKwc* ; Tinftriy ?ll rut .*n" ' nlrtv-serond street*. IJOAttD WANTKfK-KY A GEl^LKM AN, WIFE AM) .1 > < ? iul, iw <? yean* rtlH, in a mm ?* private fumily; l.i ? ?.? front &*m 011 second floor, well furn <* plenty of ? oaet room, tour 1 We 1 with lire and una, desireu.* AtidrMiC. Wo< d, Herald olfe e. , Board wanted.? a mntlkman, kife. child in I n*tvs?i desire Board in a private fnmily for the \v in t?*r. For !nwo large BudrisiniM; or ono large snd one mm til Bedroom, with a Parlor on Jiivt or second flo *>r, including gas and lire. $6Jt?a month will iSo paid,* Location between Waverley place o*vd Ttflrty-eighth ntneeL Addn s?,? with full particulars, T. T, Herald olUoe. Koiot<ence given and re* <|Uir?'(l. Board \\ ant-v<> -in a piuv . 1: family, for two ladies, from the country. Boen (which uiunt lo on ih? I'oor above tin- parlor), appointments, tible and Ap"-a ti i i)i h ua iiumt be nrs t clans. Un x '?{ '.^naMe references K v? n Mini require I. Aibircss 0. B., 105 Clttunbers Mireet. |>OARD \N ANTKD.-A. private family u AVI no a l> pl.-.t.sHiitly iuriii?)ied i?iiartuirnt to lot, witih or without l^i tkii board, to .1 tmiKh* K?oM>temau, m >y oht in a permaufi^t o upant, by addriHHintf, for two Uayn, For*^ %b9 Ileruld 0 lU-i-. i.o -Htion U'low Ti'iitb alroet. Board wanted.? one large front room, with Hrtlt- uia altavh'-d, ? ><u tin* third tloor; ?Uio two isiii) k? IlootnH, for a | arly of Hvu grown pi*r.>oim (f1ir?*e la dicK and two gi ntli-m.Mi), in a> flrrtt j-Ihhm uouho, Lwtween Fourth and F >urtn nth m tree in. Addre/ta, Htatiu^ tentn*, whi> h ui.u?l b>- in acooritauco with' tin* litut-N, t!oamiula>, Hu mid Bo VRDIN'G n' IIMSII KDOIt V NFritNJSIIED ROOMS to I. -t, with or nithout Board, at 2t'i Tent a street, Im?. twr? ti First avenue nnd avetinv A, on tin- niont I'imkoii it?lw t r un. Ka milieu breaUin^ up hou.sokwptug would do well to ?ppty^ OAKDINM.-A FEW RESFKi'TA B^E MEN CAN BE 'nuiitifci luted with goo.i Board at p'*r week; also a u l w miUI Mult 11 nenlletnau and wife 1 1 two hitiglo men. Ternm low, with an I i?ath, at 144 Went Thirty t ! 1 r 1 ?tt rt, brtweeu Seveuth and Eighth avouueM. Boarding.? rooms to let. with or without iio ?r?i, aulUil'!e lor single ^?'utU-men or lamlli'-n, in a Htrietly private tainlly. Apply at 1 10 Went Thirtieth ativet. 1 >OAKDI N'G. ? A YOUNG WIDOW LADY, STRANGER i> in lliiM tiiy, liavin^ junt newly iuruUhed a tii'e houae uptown i? ii?ffirou?? ol tneetiug with Houie gentleman who will advanee her the <oniin;; montirH rent, and receive Board therefor. AddreMt Comfort, box 118 Heiald ollice. BOAltDIN(J -Ai GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO Klngla ge.tt'etneu willing to room together, ran hav?? a n.ce Roi'in ..n l I'oird in a reKpectabie privato t.miily, on At 1 .line : tr- el, Brooklyn, about one uille from South terry, itelen !i' ? m icijuired. AddrenH Thomns, box G06 i'ou olH> e. BROOKJA'N.~A VERY PLEASANT SUIT OF KOOMS ti ? l> t, with ii -ard, toother or separate ; loeatiou utmur p iMsed; liotisu lirnt elaMH and teruib moderute. Api?ly at 24 Clinton street. I > liOOlCLYN ? y>0 CLINTON STREET: DESIRABLE J } Ko ins, on the Heeond lloor, front and b e k, suitable for Ininilies or mii. 0 gesitl ui.-u, may bo bad, with Board. House co tain* the modern tfnprovements. Dinner ai six. Brooklyn board wanted? in the vicinity of Wall street ferry, perinaiiunl, with private family, by a {'cutlemati and wife; ? widi luriiished parlor ehamber, on first or s teoiid lloor, with houia romlorts. Dinner at Mx to bill! -past /-f v o'i look. Modern conveniences; pleasant 1? -ca tlnli indispensibb', for whieh $40 per montii, including fuel and ga ? , will be uroruptly 1 aid, for a y? ai or more, as may i e mutually agreeable. Bc-?t >f refereiw* s exrhanged, and ail answers treated coiUidential.y. Aadi ess Howard, Brooklyn i'osi olhco. B JIOAltD IN BROOKLYN.? A LAltiiE FItONT ROOM OR J a .suit of U'M.ms to lot, with puntrle* attached, at 51 Con. c ?rd Htrc "t, c< nvcnient to tho ferries. KofertUice* exchanged t DOAfiD IN BROOKLYN.? ONB PfcBABAMT FRONT If Hoi m, furnished or unfurnished; also two hall Rooiiih, in tin* hou*e ol n small family; hath in tho house. Apply at 77 t iinion st.. otto door from Livingston. Terms moderate. Board in Brooklyn.? demikable rooms for nilemcu ami their wives, or single geotl 'men, within li.*e inlnntiM walk ??f I lie South and Wall hi reel ferries. He ioronces exchanged. Apply at UK) i*acilic street. Board in Brooklyn.? handbomkly furnished Hootns, on hecotid aud third Honrs, witjk hot and coid water, I* ith, A? ., In a Ilr?t class house, withiiF Hirer, mi mi ten' walk of the S-'iJli Jerry. Suitable lor single gentlemen, or K *ntiem? n and their wives. T ild * unexceptionable. Dinner at lial -past six. Apply at 04 Congress street. Board in Brooklyn, within five minutes* HiiUol Wail street ferry.? A gentleman tin. 1 his wife, or never .1 Kl gi? gen 1 men, < an bo aeeom modaled with lur^n <ind p!o o?ant it>>oms, in the sneoml mid third Moors, with B?<dio* .ms atla he I, ni e|y furnished. Apply al 130 Henry m reel, between I'ierrepoutand Clark streets. Board on Brooklyn heights? pleasant furnished Rooms on the second tloor, suitable lor a In m i lv or hiiuli* gentlemen. Ai*?? a.jt Mingle Rooms, at 18 Willow street, within tliroe minute*' walk of Ftiium ferry. Terms model -at*. IjlOONOMY AND COMFORT. ? FURNISHED ROOMS j ?n i Br? akiant. $:j p- r week; fu.l Board, $4 50; Lodging K'NUiih. $1 50 to $4 per week; han isome accommodations for two families. Ifo .niM rented at d n;e ii* served on the Euro, pea ii pi ni. House first c!.i*m. .\siiland House, 909 Fourth a.'eni e, above Twenty-third ?tr? et IjlAMILY BOARD.? A LADY AND (JENTI.E MAN ARE . loo.iiu? lor ^ood accouituodn lions for the winter, in a genteel pr.vatc family, with early dinner for the lady. iVruis about $U) per month. Location not above Thirty fourth street, and between Lexington and Sixth aventfs. K ferenees exchanged. Please address, at on u?, Madison, lleral l oflW, with all particular*. I^KONT AN J> BACK ROOMS FOR GENTLEMAN II and wife, or single gentlemen, with or without B aid ; lo< -jitlon quiet and gt-nietd; house has every eon venle.iiee. Dinner at 0 o'elijek. Terms moderate. Apply at III Went Fourteenth street. 1^1 RMSIIED ROOM ? A HANDSOME FItONT ROOM, " upon the seeond lioor, without Board, In astilctly pri vite family. In a bouee replete with modern improvements. Apply at 4d Seventeenth street, between Fifth aud Sixth TilUHNlSHED ROOMS TO LET? WITH PARTIAL A1 Botird. ? Also, Husement, sultaule for a Do :tor. House j lias nil the modern improvements. Reference secu red. I At pi' at N>?. y Washington place, two doors from New York llo. el. I.1URMSHED ROOMS TO LET? TO GENTLEMEN, IN I1 suits oi separately, at?J7i Fourth street, near Lafayette Piace. 17*011 GENTLEMEN ONLY.? SEVERAL LARGE AND " bentull'ully furnished Rooms, with all modern improve* in* nl?i, ifi the private residence of a refrp *f: table p'.iysiri ? n (no i l l. .mo. Pi iee, to $1 per week. Apply at the northeast <?5rnerof Amity and Greene streets. / "1 ENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES, OR SINGLE (JEN \J tlemen, can be ae roinmodated with Board at 101 aud 63 Hudson street, opposite St/John's perk. ENTLEMEN DESIRING A COMFORTABLE HOME VJT with a pivate family, can obtain pl-asnnt, well fur nished Rooms, on reasonable terms, by applying at S3 West Twonty-necona street. Private table it preferred. Refe rences ex< hanged. /GENTLEMEN OR FAMILIES DESIRING TO MAKE \JT at rtnaements for the winter, w ill iiud pleasant itooms with Ih st ? fasn Board, at 110 and 112 East Fourteenth street, near the A ademy ol Music. References exchanged. / 1 ENTEEL BOARD.? GENTLEMEN AND THEIR \T wives, and a few single gentlemen, can lind first class Board at 172 Washington street. Biooklyn; convenient to the City Hall and Fulton uud Wall street ferries. Tlie best re ferences given and required. Hotel lodoinus.? clean and comfortable Single Room*, from $| 25 to $1 50 | er week, or 25 cents II ufclit, at tl.c I ' II loll Hotel. No. lwi Prill ?) Ht.i ct, corucr of Thompson. Meals at all hours, Open nil night. Is it rottsiHLEr? noon b?ard and comfort able home can ke had ut l'J2 llleeeker street on moderate term*. Families and single g mtlemen will Hint every con vi'inence. Mralu to suit linnncui people. Al?o, front b.Ht menl to l?*t; l-a^e it' Ue.lred. J0NK6 HOI'SK, 73< BROADWAY. liie.am oiilu of Pal lor*, ? hh Bedrooms attached, t? li't, to pariieH of ({eiitleinen who wish to clul> together, vit r> low with or without Board. MAIHON MEI'BLKE, 70 AND 72 WEST TUIUTY elghtli sticet.? Hoomi, elegantly fmiilnhed, or whole ' Moors, with klteiieti, eellar and yard. Hmisen nu--v. Orttdiiii, foumtory, browu st<me. Meals furniehed. Whole parlur lloor au>l I axenient for physician's olllce. MPS. M. B. Sl'MSEit. NO 22 W.EST TWENTY NINTH street, h** one kiree Room yet to dlsi use of for the win ter, suitable for "lie or two gentlemen. Also ou vevy nice single Room end two iroiti-ratn pil< ed sinajl SCOOM. The holme has been enlarged and Improved aud lb eli-i;i?Bitly fur nished throughout. N O. 12 EAST TWENTY-EIWMJIl ST!!>iET.? TO I.ET, with Hoard, ItooniH suitable for guntU'tiwa and their wives and single gentlemen. House contSus all the modern Improvements. Dinner at ?ls. Refercuces ovclLatigi <1. ONE LARGE ROOM ON SECOND FLOOR, WITH elrtset?, :>nd one on M>lrd llooj , W illi or without a small Room, with Board, nay be had at USt Hen rv street, Brook lyn. Loa.ion pleasant, near Fultoo and Wail street ferries. Reference# exchanged. I > HIV ATE F A M 1 1 iV H AVI NO TWO WKHiB, WITH BED* rooms, suitable for library or <lr b in; rooms, attached' would be willing to let them. With full Board, to gentle, n n. unreasonable n r:*,s. 417 Fifth nvenue, entrance la Forty h icond street. Ii' ferenres required. "PRIVATE BOARD IN &KOOKLYK A FEW SINlLK .1 gentlemi r, or families, ean find pleasant nnfurokhed Itooms on seeood lloor, wiih Bourd, at S^l s-tite street. Plea sant location. Every cuavunleucc of gas and bath. Teiuis low. Rooms to let? newly and nic-ei.y fi-rnished, to (;. utlemen only, lloiife has all the mu<!e/ii Improve inents, is llrst class aud near Broadway, iaqnlre al ill Ninth street. Rooms and board ? large and convenient Koutua, lii a lii <t ehiss house, on the v?,nil story; lamlly small. Dinivrnt- \ o'clock. Inquire at, 12J Madison avenue. rp4 PRIVATE FAMILIES.? BOA 'XD WANTED, CORA X gentleman and ? Ife, a neatlv ' urnislied iptnl Room and Bedriaim allaelied, containing all the mo,lern improvements, In tho vicinity '?( Br. ndway.T* '.???, n Eighth and Sixteenth streets and 8e ond and Filth s cenu. a; terms not to exceed $15 per tnon'h, lii < an. I gas Included. References exchanged. Address J . W. , Heraw o'ifles, tot leti dsye, rpo GENTLEMEN FAMILIES.-' VERY IIANDSOMI I H" ' >s, In suits or sepaiatsly, will be rented, islih oi without Hoard. l>lcrcutes exchanged. Apply al M \Ycs Eleventh strevU BOAltf**. vO ATO MDOINfl. ~ ' T, TO ONE OK TWO 0?N large pantry, with tts>- c?r hath '- ton, corner oi M private family. Apply ut 148 W?V W*. do u gal street. ? .. TO LET, 'oartl, at TO LET-WIT 1 1 BOARD, TWO R AT 06 Fourteenth street, bctweeu Fifth and Sixth avenues To LB1UXN ELEVENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVt nue, a nicely I m ulshed !>.?? k Parlor. Term* to threw gentl m-n, withlloard, tiro and g is, $12 per week. Address M. A. II., Herald oJjloo. rpO LET? WITH GOOD BOARD, TO A GKNTLTCMAl# 1 nml l is wile, the Second Fan roi'a modern brown stonu House, con'a uln** two Inrgo Rooms, with bathroom adjoin in in a highly rcspee.abie private famiiv, with no other boarders. Location very desirable. Address It., Herald rno I.KT? WITH OOOO HOARD, TO A GKNTIiBMAK 1 ami hi . w ill-, 1 1 ? r Hrcntitl l'\nor < I' a rwHlrril inuwn r.i n t IIiiiiw, riHiUlnlns two Ih ?? lt"OW?, Willi batbi '.III anj. >111 ji'i., Iu a bl lily r.'wp 1 t bit' i l*-,ii.' family, wi;ta no o Imr uwuilt-ri. Locution very denlrable. Ailinuw it., HuialJ Olhl*. V,iuy HANDSOMELY KCTRNIMHED ROOMS, INHl'IT.-* oi leierrirees given on a required. \l/.\Nn:iv A LAOY To T \ IC ? A FIRST QUfll tt House and boanl one or two? adults; three or lour <"#l?er hoarders ran be taken; location unexceptionable. For particulars address II., Brooklyn Post (Alkx*. \\,rANTi:D BY TWO GENTLEMEN, PARTI A 9, BOARD Ml tor the winter inn strictly respeetalfc* and private :ami~ ly. Location below Fourth street and w#st of Broadway ? at Si. John's park preferred. Address .1. I'., box 2,071) l*oat oiiloo, stating terms aud Hituatiou of rooms* \\T ANTED'-BY A GENTLEMAN- AND WIFE, TIIB I? Sec. md F?oor of a house, nicely furnished, with all ilia a| p'irii ii.mces for housekeeping. Location i ctwe. n Iloum ton and Fourteenth streets, west Hide. Address II. A. rf., lit rahh olllee, for three days, stating locution and term*, which must he moderate, UrANTED 11 a FORBTON < ' I : \ T i . 1 ; m \ \ , ONH OB two Booms, handsomely furnished, with I nil or partial Board, iu a strieily private family, win re Ihere then* are no other bo.irders; best of references tdven arid required. Ad dress for two da\s !?!. M., box I'ost olllee. \IT ANTED? BOABD FOR A GENTLEMAN AND W1FR; VY ae? mid story l'l out- room, with hot and cold water, lire uud gas; terms must be moderate. Address 1C. C. lie raid oflice. \\ INTRD BY A gentleman. A PAKI.oR \ND BED Tf ro(?m, or a large Room, nicely i nrnlslo'd, wiih or with out Board, in a respectable private family; the best of refe rences required. Address for two days r, D., Herald office. OK ? CHEAPEST BOARD' IN NEW YORK; KINK V*-' ? Uo? ms, with good Board, $2 25 to $3 a week j nd upw ards . ladies and families suited very 1 >w , nice paw lor*, with pianos. Also, watchman, and lodging cheap. Ap ply at 48 Lispcuard street, near Broadway and Canal sireej. SliKILBOM PLACB-BBTWHBN WAVBRLBY plage am! Eighth street, one block west of Broadway, a lur nlshed Room to let to a gentleman and wife; t nil Board lor lady, and partial Board for gentleman. Also, furnished Rooms, without board, for gent lemen. O WEST ELEVENTH STREET, THREE DOORS FROM O lii 'adaay. ? K oms to relit, to gentlemen only, with Board if desired. 9H WKST TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET, ON THE COR w" " ner of Broadway. ? Several pleasant and well furnish* ed Parlors and Bedrooms, in Mills, to let, with or without B >ard, to families and single gentlemen. Moderate terms. Dinner at six o'clock. oflice. 41 oq NINTH KTKF.ET, HKTWttEN FIFTH AND SIXTH +jij aventiss. ?Furnished Itoonm lor gentlemen only i) i I'N'IVKICSITY PLACK. I'^KNKU NINTH STREET.? Klegan tl y Til rnl shed Aparlmtnts en suite, with l ull Hoard, or private table if preferred, to let. AWo vrry desira* Me slnsle Rooms. Houre furnished with all of the modern improvements. References required, O I ST. MARK'S PLACE.? SUITH OK HINtlLE ROOMS. Ox handsomely furnished, to lt't, with full or |Mitial Hoard. I?ous?- tlrst class, nnd limited number of boarder* t ikt u. 1 to IV r?; nee* ev<h.iti??d. AND 37 WEST TH I RT1KTII STREKT. ? TWO OIT three select fainl 11 i s and three or lour gentlemen can how be srenmmodatod with suit* and single K<?oms hi one of the moHt delightful locations in the city. The houses are new, newly furnished and deiuhtfully situated, between llroadway and Fil th avenue. Table lirst class. Jtefereuee* exchanged. TF.NTII STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH avenues.? Very deslrab'e Rooms, in suits or Mingle, wi h Hoard, enn be ootalnrd for gentlemen and their wire* or single gentlemen. The house contaius all tho modern uu prominents. Dinner at six o'clock. A 1 EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET. NEAR MADISON rl avenue.? -Parties of high respectability desiring Mtipa* rior iicconiiuodatlons and hrsl class Board in an < h'.gaiitly furnUhed house, can iind such on application. Houso haa all the modern Improvements. A A UNION SQUARE, BETWEEN SIXTEENTH AND ITn Seventeenth streets ? Stilts of Rooms to let, with Board; also single Rooms for gentlemen. A /* Wi:sT TWENTY-FOURTH STREET. H ETWEE If ^tlJ Fifth and Sixth avenues ? I'arlor and H-lroomon second door, I rout, handsomely furnished, with H ?ard, can be had on reasonable terms in the above first clasa house. AO CLINTON PLACE, EIGHTH STREET, WEST OK *?0 Broadway. ? To |. t, with Board, two large handsome^ furuished itoonis with Pantries ou the s?'iona Itoor. A I sou Rooms lor itingle gentlemen on tho third tloor, with bath and r I TENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SI XTH *)1. avenues.? Elegantly furnished Rooms, in suits or single, can be obtained by u gentleman and wife or twa single gentlemen, with Board, Also, a single Rooui, s.illabla lor a single gentleman. Dinner at 0 o'clock. 79 TENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE ? HAND I soniely lurnihiied A} aitcneuts, en suite and single, with full Hoard, or private table If preferred, to' let to re spec table parties. 70 SPRING STREET, THREE DOORS FROM BROAD fl */ way.? War prims. To Jet, several handsomely tur nished Ro >ms to slug e gentlemen. Location if near all the first class hotels and places of auiunement. Reading room free. In pilre of ANSON HOUSE. OQ GREENE STREET, ABOVE SPRING? ALSTOlf 11 mse.? Elegantly furnished suits of Rooms, with gttfc (Irototi water and every convenience f??r housekeeping <*?o noiiii< ally; particularly stilted for small, respectable lautilics. Rent low. II f\ MA<:DorGATi STREET? RICHMOND HOUSE I? I LI " now opened as a private family Hotel, for the recep tion of single g- Mtli rnen, or small families tired of boarding. Parties dc irons housekeeping can Iind every convenience at the above establishment. l,|r. TWELFTH STREET HOARD-NEAR SECOND ITt) avenue. Rooms on second and thud floors, with siniill Rooms communicating If desired. Family sm til. man and wife or two single gentlern? n. Location pleasant. Only a few reeHved. Board reasonable. 1 PRINCE STREET? ST. CLAIR HOUSE.? ELK it)U gantly furnished Rooms, with Bedroom* attached, /itli all the conveniences for housekeeping complete, In cluding gas nnd Croton water, to let to respectable familiea or single gentlemen. OAf} WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.? FURNISHED Rooms I o let, with Board,' lor a gentlemen and fa mily ; also, for single gentlemen. Dinner at ti o'clock. Re ferences exchange.!. * Of A ELM STREET? JACK SON HOUSE.? TIJE MOST ^11) cornlortably and conveniently furnished Apartment* hi the city to meet the wants of small families, with every requisite furniture, clean linen, cooking range and uteusJla. gas and Croton water. QQA SECOND AVENUE.? A SUIT OF FRONT BOOMS on the second floor, furnished, with all the modern improvements, to let, with Board. Ilnuse first class, and la a fine location. A few single gentlemen oau aiso be aocomp mod* ted. References given and required. OQC WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET. -FURNISH ijOO ed Rooms, with Board. Rooms on the second, third and fourth Hours. Dinner at six. References exchanged. WATCHES AND JEWfiLRY. For sale? at cost, a la .me lot of ijnre deemed Gold and Silver Watches. Good Gold Hunt rig Levers, warranted, from $25. Money lent to any amount o;? gold and silver watches, Ac. A. A4DOLPIIUS, licensed Pawn* broker, 429 Pearl street, corner of Chambers street A MEDICAL. PERFECT (It: UK GUARANTEED.? A RADICAL cure always i>:i'cetnd by Dr. W/UUD, 12 I-algli'. strei t. Vires, besides, In half the usual tlui - unit ill hall tli cli.,r e*. A FFECTltfNS CAUSED HV MKK< l l(Y A.NTt CUR. J.Y tain dUvases must successfully ? ui o-.l liy pr WARD, It I.u?ht street. The doctor 1* in constant attendance. Dr. k cobmktt, mkmjii:r OV THE NICW VORK I'lilnrUly, (Medlrol I hIIckc) nii'l ColleBfof Stirnfou.,, l^uiilon tan "be consulted with the in st tumoriitiU^ coDlid<>uc? on pnv.tte dlwauwe, at hianllii*, 'M Centre street, u. ?.irClum bm i utrnet. If. B.? See Dr. C'.'h illptnua. Iu bu ofllce. I'rt vate entrance nt No. ti (,'lty I In 1 1 pl.'i". Dr. COOPER Nt). M DI AXE ^rREET, MWBBfOK milted on diMOH*'# of ivcertatn nature. T#intv-tfi,ht | ye?T* extliijlve'jr ilcvoteil to tli#*'- complaint, enable Wm t<i i wierrunt a cnr?fn *11 <'*???. The victims i>l iiilopiaeed ruatt ' dwe in medWtl preteeder* c?i? cull, wltk ? c?ii?tanjr ut be I DC radically cured or bo pay. I *|\K. HUNTER HAS FOR THIRTY YEARS CONFINED I hi* ntlentlnn i.i dife m ?? ol ii i> rt-iin eU.18, IB whleti h"? ' b?* treaUd no lrm th?ai?,l(OI) eii*e?, without Bit lu.Unce ur failure. Ill* groat remedy. Dr. UuiWei ? K-d enre? certain dl?i. ineu * le u i*cul*r trcatmetu :? n 1 ?ll r i erne die* tail; cures without (fit ting ur r. .trl' tlim in the liat>lt* ot Ihe f-ailent; e?re? without the dl*nu*tiui{ an t sickening ef h et? of all uther reiue>lle*; cures m new cAnes lu le * iban ?ix houn It rin,u out th" pitlxinuu* taint tin- 1 im nuru tuatifuuli unless the remedy Is uvvl. It ia $1 ? vlnl, niul e-m nut be obtained genuine anywhere than at the old ufltce, No. S Division street. Book fur nuttang tlial u-eats of tlio oU'eet* of early abuse. DR. WARD TREATS ALL DISEASES OF FEMALES with imp iralteled *ucce*?. SomciUlnn lor ovuiy Ltdy. hi* (Ileal Benefactor. ODiue, 12 l.siulu utreet. DR. RALl'lI, OFFICES 139 CROSBY STREET, " OR, ner of IIomtoB. Hours, it to 2 and 6 till 9 1*. M. R. KARL'S ILLUSTRATED MARRTAOE OUIDK, fs? page*, mailed i'i *eale 1 envelopes, l'l U.e 25 ixnla. N), S t White street. New YorK. PROFESSOR RKSTKI.L, 163 CHAMBERS STRKJ6X. CAN be eon*iilted, ss usunl, or by letter to box 2 SOA 1! > olllee, No. 8 Harrison avenue. TTSUAL CONFIDENTIAL MJ DH AI. ATTBNOANO! U by Dr HAltltttW, lat lllee, Iter vtre-^, four d"ir* lion Macdongai >-t wt, New Yoik, Ir.un 11 t^il i and fi.rn 4 til iij Sundays till 2. Dr. B.'sftupular i^edical wuik. Huinaa Frailty." ???nt everywhere tree on receipt ot tweutj Uvt cents in J" ?'.*!(? D

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