HOCMS. ROOKI. AC., TO UT. i? iVu'WVi'V /U-wVVWMi A VBBT HANDSOME THREE 8TORY AND BASEMENT A high stoop Uuuh, 116 Vul TUlrlyuiuth tin* I, will be 1st a' a eery low rent till lit May, end a lease given for a longer term If required. Also, several Houses, Parts of House* and Floors, all In good locations and rents Tory low. Oall and ae? them. Apply to JOHN VETTRETCH, 415 Third ?T<aw. ASl'LKNDIDSTORETOLBT? IM A GOOD BUSINESS part of Se. oixl avenue, iteut ouly $15 per month. Also, Very desirable Floors, at low reuta. Apply lo JAMES FET TRETCII, 217 East Thirtieth street, near Third avenue. A HOUSE TO LET-IN JERSEY CITY. IN WHOLE OR part: Uaa all the modern Improvements; will be let cheap; within two minute*' walk of the ferry. No. 167 Washington steed, near Wayne. Inquire next door. AnODSTON 8TREET PROPERTY TO LET OR leaae.? ft Is an extra large four story brick House, 28*75 (lot 23x10."') ieet, lo complete order, newly papered and C lilted; baa water, gaa, Ac.; the location 1* very desirable, lng only one block west of Broadway. Terms verv favora ble to a responsible tenant. Apply to CHAS. E. MILLS, 34 Cedar street. A FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR ON SECOND FLOOR j/V to let, v itli basement, suitable for housekeeping; houte naa all the modem improvements, and room for servant; a goed opportunity lor those tired of boarding; terms only $25 per month. Apply at 96 W> at Twenly-ttfth street. A FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET? WHERE THE OWN er would take rooma and hoard lor the winter. The house Is lame, with all the modern convenience!; situation In the neighborhood of Mudlson square. Apply at 67 WU llam street, first lloor, fioni 12 M. to 3 P. M. 4 FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY FURNISHED HOUSE Jl to let ? west of Broadway, Mar Washington square; contains all the modern improvements, mirrors, chandeliers, mage, or the lower patt, witli uecessary articles for housekeeping, at a low rent. Address Hamilton, Broadway Post uilice, A FAMILY, DESIRING A SECOND F?OOR, WITH every couvuuleiico and all tlie comfort* of a home, iu a lirst class house, and very desirable location. n> ar Uraca chuph, eun bear of such a oue by addressing HoU'man, box 1,233 Post oOlce. BAKERY, NO. 89 BAXTER STREET TO LET? HAS every eouvenlem e inr carrying on the business. The present tenant's thiee years' lease terminating on the 1st of November next. Appiy us per bill, or to the owner, 181 East Mt neteenth stieet. FURNISHED nOUSER TO RENT UNTIL MAY 1? By E. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Plus street. No. ? Fifth avenue, below Tweuty-thlrd street, $200 per month. No. ? Second avenue, $125 prr month. No. ? Ninth street, near Broadway. $125 per month. No. ? West Thirteenth street, near Filth avenue, $129 per month. No. ? East Eighteenth street, near Broadway, $125 per month. No. ? East Twenty-first street, near Broadway. $1,000 till May 1. , No. ? East Thirtieth street, $100 per month. No. ? East Thirty-sixth street, near Fourth avenue, $150 per month. * No. ? West Thirty-seventn street, near Fifth avenue, $125 per month. Al-o, twenty-nix other Furnished Houses. For permits and full particulars apply lo E. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine sti eet. JjlURNISHED HOUSE TO LET-AT $60 PER MONTH. ' A small, neatly furnished House to let until May 1, 1802, o. 107 East Twenty-seventh stieet. House can be seen from n A. M. to 2 P. M. FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET-A THREE STORY brick House, with basement, containing gas, water, Ac., at Newark, New Jersey; would bo let furnished or unfur nished, or would sell the furniture. It is eligibly situated, wl'bin eight minutes' walk of the depot Apply to TUEO. EVANS, No. 6 Liberty plaoe, N?w York. Furnished house to let? in twenty seoond street, near Fourth avenue, to a small private family Only; 1] rooms, in perfect order. Apply at 63 East Twenty - Mcoud street, from 1 to 3 P. M. Furnished house to let-to let, a iiioh stoop, elegantly liirnibhed House, for six or twelve months, to a private family only, at $125 per month, located In Foui teenth street, near Eighth avenue. Inquire of HO MER MORGAN, No. 3 Pine street. FURNIBHED HOUSE TO LET AT YONKERS? CON tain. n4 twelve Itooins, fully I uralshed with everything complete lor housekeeping c.\ocpt linen and silver. Rent $27 per month. For particulars apply at 910 Bruadwuy, from ID to 4 o'clock. Large furnished house to let in brook lyn ? For a term of years, with stable and garden at tached, on the southeast corner of Clinton and Jorulcmon streets. The bouse Is tour stories in height, with an exten sion three stories high, and is elegantly furnished; has gas and water; on the first lloor are three large parlors and a dining room. The situation of this properly, being In the choice purt of the city, Is admired by all who know It, and the garden has line varieties of the different kinds of fruit trees. The premises will lie let only lo a private family. Inqnlre of JOHN llASLETT, 66 Waft street, N. Y. Lower part of a modern house to let? no. 201 East Nineteenth street, b. semenland parlor floors, and two front Rooms, th rd story, with gas, bath, water, clo aet, Ac. Apply lo Mr. NELSON, 136 First avenue, corner of Eighth street. PART OF A FIRST CLASS HOUSE TO LET? CON sisting ol two R ioius and two Bedrooms. Apply at 1G9 Eaat Sevemeentb street, near Stnyvesant square, ST. JOHN S PARK. ? TO LET, THE TWO MODERN four story-Dwellings Nua. 12.? and 127 Hudsou street. Lo cation very dc-irable for a hotel or boarding bouse. Would bo let sc) a ately it' desired. Apply t? J tines PRICE, No. 200 Hadson s.reei, or R. C. RATHitu.?E, No. t>3 Wall street. SPRUCE STREET. ? TO LET, STORE, BASEMENT AND Cellar of No. 18 Sprm e -tieet ; eacli lloor about 90 feet deep; location very desirable for paper, leather or other trade; rent moderate. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 200 Hud eon street STEAM POWER. ? TO LEASE, ROOMS IN HOWARD'S Buildings, 42, 44, 46, 48 and 50 Gr< ene street; lighted on all sides, steam hoist, and every convenience; insurance 1 per rent. Apply oil the premises. STORF. AND HOUSE, OR STORE ALONE, TO LET; well situated lo establish a first class retail drug store, g Oil ress Pharmacy, Herald olUce. r LET-A NUMBER OF LARGE AND MEDIUM Houses, in the upper part of the city, principally In the middle and west side. Also a number of Stores on the business avenues. Also a large Store and Basement at the junction of Broadway, Seventh avenue aud Forty-second Street, 26 feet front by about 125 leet deep; the stories over the store being fitted tip for a hotel In connection with the ad joining buildings. Also a number of desirable parts of Douses. J. A W. DENIIAM, Eighth avenue, corner of Sixteenth street. Oflice open from morning till nine in ibo evening. place and 49 Franklin slrvet ; furnished? Nos. V L.ilay ette place snd 74 University place; Warehouse* ? 14 Broad street, 12,14 as l lli New street and 111 Gre< nvlch street: Stores? Nos. 34 Warren street, corner of Church, and I Mi) Waelitneton street; Lofts ? 24 Cortland street, S9 and 164 Greenwich street and 228 Pearl street; Upper Floors of WW Broadway, cOrticr of Fourth street, und rear on Lafayette place, ea h 137 by 45; OIHcee In No. 68 and 70 Wall street, 5 New street and S Howling Green; Yar.s and Loli ? Nos. ? Markc'.lield, 32 West, and 52. M, (Mi and 5S Washington alreet. Apply to JAMES CRUIKSHANK, 55 Broadway. TO LET-TO A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY, THE Bemad floor lit house 134 Tfeompaon Mreet, consisting of four Rooms, with cIomjIs, wardrobes, Ac. The house lias ? ' ? ' in pas and water through. Inquire on the premises. TO LET-SECOND FLOOR OF BRICK HOUSE NO. 50 Ji Eldrhlge street; rem $so till the 1st of May next. Can be seen from 2 to 5 o'clock I'. M. TO LKT-A FURNISHED COTTAGE, IN ORANGE. N. J. convenient to Brick Church depot. Inquire of J. WATTS, 170 William street. TO LET-A SLIT OF ROOMS, HANDSOMELY FUR nlslied.and with all the modern improvements for house, keeping, eoiisiMing of large front parlor, two or three cham bers, Willi basement room. Terms r enable. Inquire at 115 Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth aire. t. ( mo LET-NO. 15 WASHINGTON PLACE, SECOND JL block Irniu Broadway. House In good repair; runt low to a private family. TO LET? GROVE STREET HOUSE, WHICn IS NOW In full o|>e ration, or a part, containing four large Rix ma, well suiled for a club; also to lei. a convenient Re^-tauruit In ?aid house. Apply to GEORGE COOK, Auctioneer, 141 Broadway. TO LET-THE STORE AND DWELLING 9fi>? BROAD street, near Bridge slreet and the new Produce Ex change. Adapted for any business. Apply on the premises, or to JOHN S. KELSO, 62 Will am street. O LET? TWO OR THREE ROOMS ABOVE THE store 806 Broadway; first rate location for huslness pur sea. Also one or two fm n!sh? d Rooms, In a pleasant ncigh rhood. Iuqulre In the store Stk> Bn a Iway. ' T TO LET-TIIE THREE STORY HOUSE NO. 142 EAST Twenty -t^-rentk street. It consists of all the modern Im provement*. The house will be let in part If desirable, to 4 go. si tenant, cheap. Inquire at 135 East Tlilrty-f fih ?'reet. 0~ LET? ON UNUSUALLY FAVORABLE TE RMS, THE two very desirable Houses 255 nnd 259 West Twenty-third Mreet; also. 148 West Twenty-fourth street, in complete re pair. Apply to 1'. HARMONY'S NKPIIKWS A CO., 81 Greenwich street, or A. LEAMAN, 217 West Twenty-third ? BtreuL TO LET? TO GENTLEMEN OR TO A SMALL FAMILY, two or part of two Floors, furnished very handsomely and comfortably, with c onvenience for cooking. Referonoe* required. Inquire at 323 Fourth street. TO LET? BASEMENT PART OF NO 214 GRAND street, near the Bowery, having a range, hot and cold water, water: lose;*, ,?i. Good location for buaiiieta. Apply ?I No. 225 Bowery, near Rivin^ton street. TO LET- AT A LOW RENT, THE TJIREE STORY AND Stii. brt-K Hons s. Nos. 6 and 29 Ft Mark's plaoe. Apply to Mr. JAMES CKUIkSil A.NK, 54 Broadway TO LET? THE HANDSOMELY FINISHED HOUSE, 313 West Thirty-filth street, with all the mo oai Improve aients. It will he let * ery low from now to Ma> 1, to a good tenaut. Inquire at 837 West Thirty Ht-lk street. TO LET? THE THREE STORY AND BASEMENT Uw ? Una House No. 62 Essex sire t, Jersey City, live minutes' wulk from the ferry, with gas and Water through out, and In a very pleasant nelghbortionl. For further par ticulars apply to Wm. VENVll.L, 112 Broadway, Nev York. TO LET-FOR THE WINTER, IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, to a small lespeeiable family of adults, four Furnished Rooms, with or without use of kihben; house contain! modern Improvements. Rent moderate. Apply nt 274 Fourth ?venue, between Tweuty-tirst und Twenty-second streets. TO LET? FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH THE CONVE nlence of r is and bathroom same Uoor, with the use of a piano it r. quired, In a fceuteel part of the city. Apply at62 West !?: ghteenth sir et, between Fl'.fh and Sixth avenues. TO LET-FOUR ROOMS ON THE SECOND FLOOR*! consisting of two pari >r?, bedroom and kitchen, with al the model n improvements. Apply at 318 West Filteenth st. rpo LET? FURN18nED, NO. 7? BROADWAY, CONTAIN J nig over fifty rooms, well suited for a large boarding house or hotel. Will be rented at a Brest bargain on early abdication to JOHN U.OYD A SONS, 15 Nassau ureet. m?> I KT-SfRST FLOOR OF IimTSE 147 WEST TWEN" J ly in -r stri ei, between Ssven h and Kichih avenu?a< i siv,ag>T Knee rooms, with privilege in nasenaent; nk: i lkfioBt and location desirable. Apply on the premise! ut t>* TO LET? THE THIRD Fr.OdR OF 351 BLRBOKBR atreet, consist a; i two rooms, Ihree bedroom* ail three pnirrles, with privilege In iel.tr and hallnoom. Bent $i3 per month. Possession limited, atelv, Inquire of J. UlLtiiY, 439 broadw ay, or on the Weml'sea. ? ^ HOC 1KB, ROOMS, ?e., TO MT. TO LBT? THE LOWER PART Of THK MODERN three ?torv brick house. No. 300 West Twenly-eeventh ?treet, between Eighth ud Ninth avenues, in couplet* re pair; rent low to a good tenant. Apply on the premises. rLET-A FOUR STORY AND BA8EMENT HOUSE, pleasantly tittuated. and with all the modern Improve menu. Parlor Carpels anil Oilcloth cau 1m* bought If desir. ed. Apply at 163 Bfeecker street, eorner of Thompson street. $1(10 from novr till May 1. TO LET? AT A VERT LOW RATE, A FIRST CLASS X brown stone modern House, of mjUtii rooms; a por tion of the rent Laki'n in Board by one person. Inquire at 120 West Twenty-second street, from ten till two o'clock. rilO LET-TllE TIIKEE STORY AND BASEMENT X Dwelling Housm 02 Essex street, .!? rwy City, live wluules' walk froiu the 1' rry, with huh and water through, out, and in a very pleasant neighborhood. For further par ticulars apply to WM. VENVIIJ., I 42 Broadway, New York. rpo LET- ALL OR PART OF THE THREE STORY X and basement house, furnished or unfurnished. Also a Uue rosewood Pianoforte, lor sale. Apply at No. 'J Ludlow placo (West Houston street), near Ma'dougal street. TO LET? THE Til UK E STORY AND BASEMENT brown stone front House, with high stoop, court yard in I rout aud every uioderu improvement, on ihc northerly side of Rapciye street, between Hicks and Henry streets, II ro k lyu, In a most desirable neighborhood, aud only live miuuies' walk from Hamilton tivenuu terry. For further particulars inquire of W. VEN V1LL, 143 Broadwsy, New York. TO LET? DW ELL1NGS? N OS. C AND 28 ST. MARK'S place, aud 41) FraukUn siroet; furnished? Nos. 8 Lafay ette place aud 74 University place; Warehouses ? 14 Broad street, 13, U aud lti New sireet and 111 Greenwith street; Stores ? 34 Warren street, corner of Church, aud 1H0 Wash ington street; Lolls ? 24 CorUandl street. 38 aud lb4 Green wish street and SCS Aari stistt; Upp r Floor* of IM Broad way, corner ol Fourth street, and reur ou Latayctle plice, each 137 by 43; O likes III 06 nud 70 Wall street, Nos. 0 New street uud 3 Bowliu^ gro ti ; Yards ami Lots Nos. ? Markcl iicld, 32 West aud M Wushtngtou, ami . 54, 30 and 58 Cauucu streets. Apply to J AMES CEU1ESUANK, No. 63 Broadway. rpo LET-AT LOW RENT, T1IE HOUSE 423 FOURTH X street, Album place; contains all improvements; piivate stairway, One oi liar nd innk seen dally from 12 to 1 o'clock. Also low -1 part of Collate 123 East Twenty -eighth sireet; seven ro mis. J. It. WILCOX, 343 Fourth avenue. rpo LET? lower rAitr or HOC8B 11M BAST TWEN 1 ly-eigbib street, wub separate entrance aud yard; con tains six rooms, with gas lixlures, &c. Also upper part of loo Twenty-eighth street; live rooms, In very nice order, at low rcut. Also other Jilai us $7 to f'.*. JOHN It. WILCuX, 343 Fourth avenue. ? TO LET-TI1E LOWER PART OF MODERN HOUSE No. 126 flw n- ? t. **rnTt~tttn of Parlors, Biteasloa aud large Dining Room, liuut and back Has meutH, Budro>m, bath, Ac., or us muen ol the same as may be required. Also, part o! 33 Bayard street, uud Apartments 111 No. 208 Mercer Street. Inquire of D. O CONOR, 42 Wl St Sen Uteenth striet. TO LET-HOUSES AND FARTS OF IUU SLS, SUIT able lor large or small : amides, by A. C. JONES A CO., 3SS Broadway. Pari I' s ? ll binf to rent will save time and money by cubing. Landlords wishing reliable tenants should send a list oi vueunen s uud terms. TO LET-THE THREE STORY lilUlI BASEMENT House, iitf West Twemy-lourth siteet, containing all the modern inipmvem ills, gas chandeliers, natures, glasses, ic. ; rent at late of $(>.', 0 till M.,y. App y to H. M - EWINU, 1D2 Chiunb. rs street, up stairs. oralihc hou.-.e, liout 10 to 4 o'clock. TO LET-A BROWN STONE HOUSE, WITH EVERY modern improvement, gas nxtures throughout, and lu a Jileasaut local. oi, ; rent $?_? from 1st of November to 1st of lay ; or par. ot and h mse, to u small family ; rem $10 i er month. Apply at 220 East Thirtieth street. TO I.ET ? FROM Now UNTIL MAY 1, THE THREE story brick Dwelling, 304 Ninth avenue, between '1 111; ty second ami Thirty third su et ts; is in line o, der, having been newly painted throughout; ail the modern Improvements. To a good tenant rent Very low Apply at 221 and 223 West Twenty-sixth sireet. rpo LET? A BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE HOUSE, IN X Tweniy-fourth sireet, sa liable for a small lamily; will be rented low uutil the Isi of May, to a respectable paity ; all modern conveniences in the house; nelguborhooil genteel. Carpets, Oas Futures and part of the Furuilute for sale, if desired. Apply at 300 West Twenty-lourth street, or addreu box 2.436 Post olUce. TO LET-ON UNUSUALLY FAVORABLE TEKMS, the Houses 237 and 201 West Twenty-third street; also 172 West Tweti j fourth street, In complete rcpilr. Apply to 1*. HARMON I S NEPHEWS * CO., No. HI Greenwich sireet, or A. LEAMAN, 217 West Twenty-third street. TO LET ? URCCEIIX AND LIQUOR STORE; STOCK mid in tun ? fur sale cheap. Tils Is a rare chance; sel dom oJcred; in a good location; satisfactory reason uiven lor selling. Apply on the premises, 61 Wetl Twentieth street, near Sixth avenue. TO LET? SECOND FLOOR, WIT1I TWO ROOMS IN the attic, of house 97 ltuiik street; water and gas; jkis session givt n immediately to a small r< :spectable taunly. TO LET-TWO NEATLY FURNISHED BOOMS, TO A gentleman and hi . tviie for housekeeping, hutli, Ac., on the lame floor; terniH molerate. Apply at Fourth ave nue, northwest cornor of Twenty-eighth street. Entrance on Twenty-eighth street. TO LET IN BROOKLYN? A COTTAGE HOUSE, TEN rooms, vide extension, eight lout; gas anil Kidgcwood water; situated on Qulucy street, east corner Bedford ave nue. Kent till May S2i) a month or thereabouts. TO I.F.T, VERY CHEAP? TWO FURNISHED P.OOM8 on second floor, with a private family, in an exoelient lo cation; brakfast and tea sent to rooms if dsdsad. Good referent es required. Ap|ily at 60 West Thirty-fcccond street, three doors from Sixth avenue. mo LET, FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, THE VERY 1 desirable iuur story brown stone front House, No. 229 West Thirty-fourth street, 100 feet wide; Belgian pavement, Ac. Apply on the premises or as jter bill. Rent low, on lense. TO LEASE? FOR A TEUM OF YEARS, THE FIVE story building* on the front and rear of lot 24, Canul street, adjoining iiarle'H new and elegant hotel. This property is in the neighborhood of many of the best Improvements lit the eitv. To a responsible part/ liberal terms will be offered. Apply to W. SCOTT J ARV1S, 221 Canal street. TO RENT? THE BUILDINQ S3 PARK STREET, NEAR Centre and Duane streets, or in separate p.irts, for storage or miinnfaettirin : purposes; rooms are well lighted. Apply to W. II. SCOF1KLD, 31! William street, rear office, first floor. TO RENT? A HOUSE PARTLY FURNISHED; BEAU ftil Ideation lor a genteel boarding house; seventeen moms ; >>11 modern improvements. Rent low. Address Houston, box >13 lie mid office. T0Se17Jl?8s1?^clAub^ISnEr> HOUSE AR rooms, Ac. W I, I I <. rented W v"'"*10"8 hi lllard i ooni ' <?!si" ?rt, Ln>on ?v<M lZt Zcl " ,ettr or lwo WORKSHOPS TO LET? NOR. 54 AND M FRANKLIN street, and 77 While street, first door east of Broad way; itoors 100 and 200 feet deep, on a corner, and well lighted. Apply at 72 Walker street. <E1 nn A YEAR WILL REST HALF A LARGE HOUSE JplUv" In Brooklyn; short dlsu.nw from the lerry, quar ter of a block Irom the ears; water in the house. Cuoice of rooms. Address P., box 215 Herald oilice, ^ FIXASCIAL. A LOAN OK $2,500 WANTED? IMMEDIATELY : EXTRA an l satisfactory interest will be pntd. The best of aecu* r ty will be given. Agents need notauswer. AddressOon tr.ictor, box 121 Herald oillee. A PPROVED AND CERTIFIED BILLS FOR SUPPLIES Ui. and equipment fttriilshed the War and Navy D' p.irt rnents, csshed by JOHN B. MURRAY, Army and Navy Banker, 30 Nassau street, opposite the Post oilice, N. Y. Accounts, notes and claims settled, se cttred and collected. Cash advanced. Notes and claims guaraiitreil. / .e _? 1 advice tree. O. Z. HOUbE, OouseUor at law, 16 Wall street, N. Y. OFFICE NEW YOBS floating DKY DOCK COM pan). October 22, l 'fil ? The President and Directors have this day declared a dividend of 4) four per cnt, paya ble on and alter the 1st day oi Noveml.erneir. By order. H. V. MASON, ft. c: eiary. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AGENCY, FOR the sale of 7 3-iO Treasury notes. Omen orWM. A. Ton* O'BntFir, 1 No. 2'J Wall stieet. J Agreeable to Instructions from the 8 'creuiry of thi-Trea* smy, I clve notice that I am prepared In furnlsl. 7 310 Trea sury notes immediately on roceipl of current funds, or In ux chauge lor six per cent two year Treasuty notes ni puaud accrued interest. JOHN O'BRIEN, Government Agent. Parties who desire to subscribe to the National Loan /nay remit t.> us, and we will forward the Treasury notes to any given address free of charge. WM. A JOHN O'BRIEN, OcTOi'Kit 22, 1.HG1. No. 29 Wail street. ?-| Oft WANTED? IMMEDIATELY, BY A COMMJS vl^W stoned officer, for winch tie will secure by mort gaging Ids lira* pay, and pay tor the use of the same two or turcc months $o0. Must tie had immediately, as the regiment leaves in a few days. Address U. N. O., box 140 Ilerald office. tf?"l A A AAA TO LOAN-IN SUMS TO 8UIT APPLI up I UW.llUv cants, on first bond and mortgage on New York property. Apnlv to BENJAMIN GALBKAITH, Coun sellor at Law, IZ7 Fulton street. LOAN OFFICES. AT 77 BLEECKER STREET-MONEY LIBERALLY advanrcd to uny amount uu diamonds, watches, jewel ry, planus, sesars, dry goods Ac. N. B.? Pawnbrokers' tickets bought. H. XfiWlOK, /7 Bleeeker street, Hp Stair*. AT NO. 9 CH AMBERS STREET? MONEY TO LOAN TO any amount on Diamonds, WaUihes, Jewelry, Ac., l,y the well kn?? n and old established ISAAC, Broker and Com mission Merchant, No. ? Chambers street. N. B.? No busi ness transacted ou Saturday. AT 111 URANI) STREET, THREE DOORS \N E>T OF Broadway? Meney advanced on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry. Plate, Dry O'^odS and personal property of every description, or bought and sold, by JOSEPH A.JACKSON, auctioneer and broker. Advances made on diamonds, watches, jew elry, and other merchiindi-e, or bought for cash at full value, by J. S. COllEN, N >. J06 Broadway, corner of Duana street Parties visited at their residences It de.?lred. All business strictly coiilldi ntial No loan oilice signs about the premises. AT J. n. BAP.RINGER'S, 211 BROADWAY, ROOM 13. ? This old established ofHce advances the highest sums, or buys lor cash, Merchandise, Dlani mils, set or unset; ' Pearls, Watches, Plate, Optical Instruments, Ac. 212 Bioad- I w ay, room 13, up stalss. AT (Jti NASSAU STREET.? A. HONIOMAN, DIAMOND Broker, makes literal advances on Diamonds, Watches, 1 Jewelry, A"., or buy album at lull value, at his private oillcn, 6fi Nassau street, room No. 2, up stairs. Business con lid rn | tial. C^ASH PAID FOR DIAMONDS ?LIBERAL ADVANCE8 J made on Diamond J welry left for f ale. Money to 1 ian. ! Oillee hours only I nun 0 till 10 A. M. and 2 till 3 P. M. Un questionable references. B. W. PLUMB, diamond broker, 612 Broadway. Diamonds houuht for cash by d. bkuhl, no. 5 Maiden Line. (KOA nnn TO ADVANCE, by HENRY HYMAN.4S0 5jp^?l_r.UU V/ Brotidway, room No. 3, on Wat-Jies, Dla nionds and merchandise ot every description, from 1 10 and upwards. Merchants in want of ntooey will do well to call. Business strictly contldentisl. SEUAR8 AND TOllACCO. QEOAR8 VE*Y CHEAP.? TUE ASSIGNEE, AT NO. 17 io H i Oil 1 1 11 ny. iniist close on t th^ stocK; sonie netlnible brands ol ll.t<ana,d inestle and Germsn segars still unsold, Purchashcrs would do well to examine stuck and prioca, A BOARPIHO AJTPIjODCHT? G . SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCUPYING TIIEIlt own houae, are <1 ml rum of renting the Second floor, handsomely furnished, with Board. The house has all the modern improvements and Is pleasantly situated. Apply at 281 Lexington avenue. References required. A PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING AT S8 WEST Twenty-third Htreot, between Kllth nnd SUth avenues, will lei one or two Parlor*, with Bedroom, attaehed, to laiui. lies or ami; If geutlemen, with Hoard. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, ON the M'coud door, with commodious closets, to let, with Board. Also several hull Rooms, with cIom U, at 106 uud 1U8 Eust Fourteenth .tree I, opporite the Academy of Music. A SUIT OF ROOMS TO LET? E LEO ANTLY FUIt nisbed, nulla bio lor a itcntli uiun and wile or single Kcn tli mcu. AUo single Trout ltoomn, at pileei to suit the lime. Apply st 137 Ninth struct, west of and near Broadway. AGENTLKMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO SINGLE OEN tlemen. limy obtain pleiuuiul Kootus, with good Board, in a small private family, where the comforts oi a home can be enjoyed. House has modern improvements. Dinner at si*. Apply at West Twenty-second street. AT A8 WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.? FURNISHED Rooms to let, with Board, In suit or single, well I ur nisheil and lu perfect order; prices very moderate, to suit the times; meals punctual; references exchanged; convenient to four lint's of stages. A PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCUPYING A FIRST CLASS house in West Thirty-fourth street, would let, with Board, a nicely iuniUhed Parlor uud lledroom to a gentle man and wife; and Rooms to single gentlemen. Address box Post oliice. A LADY OCCUPYING A VERY GENTEEL HOUSE, handsomely furnished, at 125 \V -? Twenu-Bftli street, will u? commodate two or three gentlemen ainl llielr wives, or single gentlemen, with nice Roohih and In st rate Board, at reus .liable Juies. Roterences given and required. AT THE LABGE FIRST CLASS DOUBLE HOUSE NO. 127 Bleeclter street, wextof and near Broadway, Is a really tirst class family Boarding House, with Koouis unsur p.*f r.i d in sl/.e and comfort, in suits or single; the cheapest place in the city for the stylu and quality o! wb.it is offered. AT 22 WFST FOURTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN Filth ami Sixth avenues, 1 irge, handsomely furnished I'urlors and Bedrooms, ? itli Board, oil the aoeoiul and third lloors; all modern Improvements; references exchanged. AT NO. 29 t'LINTON PLACE. ? A FURNISHED BACK Room, on the second Hour, to 1-- 1 : Is well furniahetl, with ga? and hoi and cold ? at 'r. Con b ? Lad ivas.it auly, with or without Bourd. Please apply at 2U CdlttoU place, Eighth street. A PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING IN BROOKLYN, would let, with Board, to a gentleman and wile, or two ?ingle gentlemen, a lar^e Room, on second tloor; ga. , wat r and bathroom on same door; lot ntiou desirable. Referencci given and requited. Terms moderate, Apply at 4UU l'aclllu street, near Nevlus, Biooklyn. AOENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO OR THREE single gentlemen can he accommodated Willi Board, in ally lui nixlieil froni and back Rooms, on second tloor; bath, hot and cold water, pauirlcs, Ac. Terms moderate. Impure at fi2 Six h aveiius, between Fourth street aud West Washing-ton I lice. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR SINGLE GENTLEMEN can have nice Booms, with good Board, at $7, $s, $111 or $12, fur two, according to rooms; lir*? and gas luclu<t<'<l. Re ferences required. Dinner from 6 to 7. Apply at 40 Bleecker street. AT NO. M EAST SIXTEENTH STREET, NEAR UNION Bquai e, spacious Rooms to let, with Board, connected or nmglc. A GENTLEMAN AND 1IIS WIFE, OR A FEW SINGLE gentlemen, can obtain B ard and very pleasant ltonmi, at 75 Macdougai street (St. Clement's place), near Bleecker si i oft. Dinner at six o'clock. Refer* ncci hang d. AT 208 TENTH STREET, NEAR SECOND AVENUE? To let, with Board, very desirable Rooms on Ute second lloor; also a very pleasant back Parlor and large fourth story Room. A HANDSOME SUIT OF FRONT BOOMS TO LET-ON the se cond (loor, to a gentleman and his wife or a party ol single gentlemen ; dinner at 0. Apply at 20 West Eleventh street, mar Broadway. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A HANDSOME SUIT c f Rooms to gentlemen, with partial Board if desired; also a single Room. Apply at 36 >uulh street, near Filth avenue. References exofian*ed. A WIDOW LADY, HAVING A PLEASANT HOUSE, IN a desirable locatiou, w oiild like to let her Rooms to p.u iks who would be willing to furnish th<? same and Hoard with her. 'i hose looking for a pleasant home will find this desirable. Apply at 36 Lexington avenue. A LADY, RESIDING IN I1ER OWN HOUSE, IN JER sey City, ten minutes' walk from the ferry, will let two large seoonu story Rooms, adjoining, well lurnish'ad, with cl./MHs, grates, gas and bath, without board, to two single gentlemen. Apply at 161 York street. Uood references re quired. AKRONT ROOM, WITH COMMUNICATING BED room, to lei, \iiih Board, on second lloor; also trout Room on third lloor; house contains modern improvements; private family. 171 West Twcnty-iouriii street. A LARGE SECOND STORY FRONT ROOM, TWO closets, hot ana cold water, bathroom, gas, and Board lor a gentleman ami w ife, in a new brown stoue house, lor fey a week; one with same convenience for J?S, and one for $/, at No. 136 E ist Thirty -tilth street, near Third avenue. APREJSCII GENTLEMAN AND HIS LADY, WISH TO hud a comioriable Loom uud Board in a private lauiiiy. wnere instruction in French aud music would be considered an equivalent or accepted lor a pal l in Compensation. Kctc lenee* exchanged, auuicbh N. B., Union square Post oilice. A SUIT OF ROOMS ON THE SECOND FLOOR, WITH board, u*n be had by applying at 12o West Fourteenth street. A FAMILY, OR TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, WILL hud a very deait tible unit ot Rooms (in the second or tnira door, witu Board, lor the winter, 111 the lirst class house 36 West X well tli street, near Filth avenue. Dinner at 0 o'clock. A PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING ON F1FTII AYE nue, in un elegantly lurnished mat claim house, would tufce u small iainily to board, or let the house and board with the family. For further particulars address R. S., Herald oihce. Invate families only need apply. A SINGLE GENTLEMAN CAN OBTAIN BOARD, WITH a neatly furnished Beurooiu, at i>2 West Filter nth street, between 1- nth and Sixtu avenues; bouse has all ibe modern improvements. A FURNISHED PARLOR AND BEDROOM, WITH two pantries, on hist ii<H?r, with or witnout Board, lor one or two persons; peasant neighborhood, with gas and bathroom m the hou* . Apply at oo or U6 Xaedougal street. A GENTLEMAN AND 1ILS WIFE, OR A FEW SIN Ji* gle teetulemeu, <mu ooLaiu lurmsued Rooms, with full Oi . .mat Board, at 71 West fourteenth street, lirst brown skone hou.e, west ot Sixth avenue. A PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING AT 123 LEXINGTON avenue, houuieast corner ol Twenty-uiuin street, will lei a Suit oi Rooms, handsomely furnUhed, with Board, u> a lamiiy without ouiail children, or a party ol gentlemen. Re l ere nee required. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, WITH or without, Bedioom, to let to gentlemen only, in a pri vate French iainily. Terms reasonable to permanent tenants. Apply at 2M Four in Street, Washington squaie. AT 74 EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET? HANDSOME ly furnn-hed Rooms may be had, with Board. Location near fourth avenue. A PRIVATE FAMILY, OF THE HIGHEST RESPECT* a Lit) , Will let two hands miely turnisbed Parlors iu a guiiemaii ana wile or two siugie gentlemen, with good Board and the comforts ol a home, at $50 a month. Rooms contain gas and hot and coiu water. The neighborhood is very desirable, 17o Thirty-sixth street, between seventh and Ei0.iib avenues. Rclcre ue*.a exchanged. A LADY AND GENTLEMAN CAN HAVE A CHOICE ol Rooms, with or without Board. In a large new house, wuniiiouwin improvement*: also, a Room ioi a gentleman. Lo.aion * enlral and quiet. Terms moucratc. Ap? ly at 2i6 Ure?-it s n ?t, between Amity anu Foui tit. A PRIVATE FAMILY, AT -NO. 112 WEST HOUSTON street, near Macdougal, will let a nont t.oum ana Bed luuui on second Uoor, who Lain room and cio^;t ad joining, gas, ?ke., to a gentleman and wile, or to one or two genuu ineu, witu partial iioaid; al-o, two : ion t Rooms on third tioor. Bv.st oi reierenoe gm n and required. A FRENCH LADY, RESIDING IN CLINTON STREET, Brooklyn, de ares one or two single gentleman to ooaru; her house la well luraisheU and contains ail the modern im provements; the luiu.ly consists oi two. Keierence requir ed. Adureoo for two days X. V., oox 1/0 Herald oiliee. A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM TO LET? WITHOUT bo.?rd, to a benheuiau. Rent $1 2o per wee*. Apply at l'J2 Prinee street. A STRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCUPYINO A hr?i ckihS house, will let an i leganliy furnished Parlor and Bedroom, adjoining, on second iioor, front, with every modern improvement, to a gentleman, with lull or partial B ?ard.% To an) gentleman winning a lirst class home the above Is an opportunity rarely lo be met with. For particu lars app>y at ho. Voo B roan way. A NUMBER OF FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLE m< n, w ithout Board, with a private luiniiy, where they win have the e .joym ni oi home, at ha Went T weuty-scveuui street, between aixtu aud Seven to avenues. A PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM TO LET-SUIT <?bio for two or three gentlemen; condolences lor lire. A ho, single Rooms. Apply at 2J Catu ir<ne otroet, between Ma^isoU aud Henry, 'lerms moderate. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR SINGLE GENTLE. men, c?ui ootain desirable Rooms, with Board, at 116 W.st Fourteenth street; lamiiy small. Kelereuce* ex changed. A WIDOW LADY. OCCUPYING A BROWN STONE house, replete with modern improvements, desires to lei a lew handsomely turn. sued Rooms, iu suits or separate, to ladies and gjeiitleiuon ; Board fur ladies oniy ; ail home pri vileges aoco rued. Apply utD West i-iftceuto sneet. OARD? AND CHOICE OF NEATLY FURNISHED Rooms for the winter, with a so i.l private iainily, for Single gentb men or gentlemen and their wives. Tortus In s ? rdance with the times. Address X. X., box l,lto Post oilke. Board.? a private family would uke to let to a gentleman anu Ins v% lie a han lsome su.t,of Rooms, unfurnished, or : nic- ly furnished R >oui to one or two siu ele gentlemen ; the house l.*? lar^e, w uli all the iinprovenieiit*. Inquire at 100 West Tmrtj-lourth street, ncai Boroadway and Sixth avenue. Board.? to let, by a private, family, occu p>lng their own house, two large Rooms, with puuu iefl, stilt. i la lor j Ring KsatkuMO win d| t?? room together. Also, small Room. House has all me improvements and is convenient to ears aud suge*. Please call at M King stroet. BOARD.-A GENTLEMAN AND HI8 WIFE AND A few single gentlemen can 0? aocnmmodau-d with line Rooms and B?u.rd at 408 Fourth stn et (No. 2 Albion place): house contains a. 1 the modera improvements, newl> p.iuicu and couv. uient to the oars aud sug -s. Dinner at six. Board? for a party of gentlemen or gen tl? men and their wives. Inquire ut 233 Eaat Tenth strtM't, near Second aveuue. Board.? a private family, desiring to re- > time evpenaes, would accommodate a lamiiy with lour | Rooms, with Board. Desirable parties may o tain a plea- , sunt home lor the winter on reasonable terms. House brow n stone, pleasantly located, below Thirt)-H*\enth stn el, near Lr-xin.vion av? nue. Would tivrnlsh p< tva:-- ubie n rt-quired. j Relet enevs exchanged. Address L. O. W., snition F, lor i Uiree days. BOARD.-TO LET, with HOARD, TO GENTLEMAN !
and meir wives, Rooms on tin- hist and seeniid ilouis, j I uninrnished or partially lurnislied; w?ll be let very icasoua* , uiy. App>> at 4 ttf Foui Hi street, near tue Bowery. | BOAtDHO AND LOMMO. Board? a private family, LiviNa in a first < lass brown etone bourn, up town, aoar Broadway, ri ry pleasantly located, would like to let te a gentleman and bin wife a bantUomo null of unfurnlabrd Room*. FarttM wishing good areonmodatlons will addrese A. P. station G, Broadway, l?t?eeu Thirty-tkrit and Thirty-second streets. BOARD.-A OENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR 81NGLB gentlemen eau obtain nicely furi, titlicd Rooms, wilb Hoard, at No. ft West Washington place. The location is very pleasant, opposite the (quaro. References required. Board? nick front rooms well furnished, without loard.at fl a week, for single gdtitlemen, at 18S Orand street; house in perfeet order; the location oen tral, half way between Bowery and Broadway. OUvup enough. BOARD.-8KVF.RAL PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS, having baths, hot and cold water, At'. , can )?' hail with Board, at No. 48 East Sixteenth street, near Union square. Terms for twopersous $8 to )I4 per week, accoidtug to rooms required. BOARD.-OENTI.EMEN DBBIRINO BOARDINO OR Lodging places, are Informed that there la a board regis ter open at our ofll <j, rontainliig u numeroaa list of llrat i utsM moderate price plan'*, with full iiarthulars, which la tree to them. You will find it just the thing to save time und trouble. Those wishing l?>ard rrs will do well to place their particulars on our hooka Entrance fee $1. Ueueral Agency, 03 Nassau street. Board.? to let, with board, at no. 137 second avenue, between Eighth and Ninth streets, one nicely furnished Front Room on sea n I floor, and one on third lloor. L?eatl..u veij deslruble. Uvferenceb e\ehanged. Board for one or two children. ? a ny pkr son wishing to place a child tinder the parental eare of an experienced itnet lean widow lady, for the winter, may call at ai Horatio ilrwl, for two days. Board in ci.inton place? rooms en 8UITB on single, for gentlemen and their wives and lor alngie gentleiueu. Also the Uanement, for an olllce, at D7 Clinton place. Board in a private family-a oentleman and wile cun be accommodated with u handsomely fur nished Parlor, |>|er glass, Ac., and B' droom on the *eiumd lloor, at 63 Hammond street, between Fourth an. I Bleeeker. Also, a good Room for a gentleman. References required. Board OatXiODOIKOS fob one or two NWPKCTA bla girla in a private family where then are no other boarders; can have a nice Room and hoard themselves 11 de sired; the comforts of a borne can be enjoyed. Apply ut ltd Forsyih street, in the rear. Board wanted-by a gentleman and wife in a private family, where there ate no children nor other boarders, a good sized Bedroom and full Board. Tho-e having already any boarders, however lew, need not reply: situation between Fourth and Twentieth streets, and Tnird and Sixth avenues. Tt riot must be moderate for the winter. Address Howard, Ilerald oillce, giving exact location and lowest terms. Board wanted? for a young lady, in a quiet, reportable family. Location below Twentieth street. Address, stating terms, H. 1*. O., box S,038 Tost olllce Board wanted? in a strictly private amer'i i-an family, by a young man, wile and child; prleu not to exce? ?d $<J ft-I per week. Address, with full particulars, Retreat, box 210 lie raid olllce. Board wanted? in a house containing all the modern improvements, for a German family, con sisting of a gentleman, lady and two chlldreu and servant; two large r??oms adjoining and small room on same floor de sirable; no furniture except carpets required; a family huv inu; no other boarders preferred; locution between Se-ond and Fourteenth streets und Broad wuy and First av? nue. R f rentes exchanged. Address Johns, box 110 Herald olllce. Board wanted.? a oentleman, "wife, child und nurse ilesire Board in u private f.tinily for the winter. For two large Bedrooms, or one largo und one small Bedroom, with a Parlor on lirst or second floor, including gas and fire. $65 a month will be paid. Locution between W aver ley place und Thirtjr-elglith street. Address, with full particulars, T. T., Herald oilice. lie t ere nee giveu und re quired. Board wanted? by a married lady, in a strictly privaie and highly respectable family, where no other boarders ure taken, near St. John's park; references given and required; tern* moderate. Address E. B. A., box 2,057 Post olllce. "|>OARD WANTED? WITH ALL THE COMFORTS OF A J J home, in a private family, for a gentleman, Wife land two little girls, agi s four and nine; he requires a nicely fur nished parlor, and two small or one large sleeping rooms, and closets utuichcd; location between Sixth and Thirtieth streets, and 86 out and Fifth ftreom ?, mult have good table and moderate price. Address, stating terms, K. K. 11., box Post oillce. Board wanted? in a private family, where there are no other boarder*, by a family, consisting oi husband and wife, nurse and three children, aged respect ively seven, t our and two years; location anduccommodotions must be good. Unquestionable references as to character given aud required. Address box 672 Post olllce. Board wanted.? a young lady wishes boahd in a French family, in Brooklyn, where there are not many other boarders. Terms musi Da moderate. References required. Address E. (J. H., Brooklyn Post office. Boahd wanted-for a young lady, in a smali, private family, within the; Seventh, Eighth or Ninth ward, at a moderate price. Can give good rcierences. Ad dress lor two day* Saunders, Herald office. Boarders directed.-free directions given to suitable huarding places In c ty or country, by A. U. JUNES A CO., !B5 Broadway. Families having vocsn lea should send description, terms and number they can receive. BOARDING.-A FEW RESPECTABLE MEN CAN BE accommodated with good Boaid at $il per week; slko a back Parlor; would suit a gentleman and wife or two single men. Terms low, with gal and bath, at 144 West Thirty third street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Brooklyn ? a lady from new York, having taken a lirst class house, will accommodate families or single gentlemen on reasonable terms; location between Fulton and Wall street ferry. Apply at la Monroe place, bc ween Pn rrepont and Clark streets. Brooklyn -first class accommodation for two gentlemen, or a gentleman and wile, In a modern house, having hot and cold water In all the bedrooms, bath room, Ac. Dinner at tlx o'clock , and terms moderate. Ap ply at 1US Clinton street. Board in Brooklyn.? one pleasant front R<m m, furnished or unfurnished; also two ball Rooms, In the house of a small family; bath In the house. Apply nt 77 Clinton St.. one door from Livingston. Terms moderate. Board w brooklyn.-a gentleman'and ^ife, or iwu single gentlemen, can lie accommodated with fur nished Rooms and Board, seven U> &n minutes' walk to Wall and South ferrtea. ltelerenccs exchanged. Apply at 100 Clinton street. Board xn Brooklyn.? a small private fami ly will let, Willi Board, a large front Room, over parlor, with Bedroom ad joining, to a small family of two or three persons; terina very nuderau;. Address B. S., box 107 Herald office. Board in Brooklyn.? a large well fur ulshfld Room, on second iloor, with grate, gas, pantry and register, but lis; within live mlntiu s' walk of South ferry ; also a single Room. Twins reasonable. 218 Henry street, fourth dodr from Amity. Board in Brooklyn? two gentlemen who will room togellnr, can obtuln good Board, In a private family, within live minutes' walk o: the ferries. House con tains gas, bath, Ac. Price moderate. References exchanged. App.y at 120 State street, between Court and Clinton streets. Board in Brooklyn? a gentleman and wife or two single gentl men can be accommodated with pleasant Rooms and Board In a genteel private lamily by applying at 207 Henry street, between State and Atlantic. Board in Brooklyn? is clintok street? a l rout Parlor, with Bedroom attached, suitable for a fa mily or single gentlemen, will be rented furnished or unfur nished, wiiu I ull or partial Board, at a recfciced price U> per manent boarders. Board in brooklyn.-tiiree square rooms to let, w uh Board, to three single geutiemen, or to mar ried couples, itt (4 per week. Location desirable. Inquire 01 WM. AbiiL, ltil Maiden lane, N. Y. " Board in Brooklyn.? several gentlemen c.in be accommodated with pleasant Rooms and good board; Dinner at 6), o'clock; gas, bath, "Ac. ; seven minutes' walk from Fiilum ferry. Best referencua required. A,, ply at 125 Sands street. Board in brooklyn.-three or four nicely furnished Booms, suitable for gentlemen snd their wives, or tingle gentlemen, may be had, with Board, la a mod' rn bouse, ploasanlly^acated at 108 Clinton street, corner 01 State. Board in brooklyn.-a private family, lit Ing in good style, convenient to Fulton ana South for. ries, will board a larnlly of three or four persons. H. oond boor rooms. Price low. Address K., box 176 Herald oHIce. Board in Brooklyn.? a gentleman and wife, or two single gentlemen, can lie accommodated with a pleasant home in a small private family whcic no other boarders are taken. Terms moderate. Apply at 136 Fort Greene place. Board in Brooklyn.? two young gentlemen. or a gentleman and wile, rain be accommodated w.lh full oi partial Board ttud pleasant 1 looms at No. Ml Sands street. Terms mod rale, neighborhood respectable, aud near Fullen lerry. RIM JitLYN HEIGHTS.? A DESIRABLE SUIT OF Risinis to let, with Board, to families or rentlemen. The house is plea autly lo ated, couvenient la either Wall s reet or Ftil-ou lerry. References exchanged. Apply at 87 Hi nry street. Elegantly furnished or unfurnished 11 O'ii - ?Stylish French and English isble; nisi data house and ulghborhood; loalh n Central snd elegant; Frcuc h ati : Ei.giUs spo .en; references requlr. d anu given. Call at No. 1 Livingston place, Stuj vesutu park. "LIAMILIKS DESIRING BOARD IN A~FIRST "( I ASS J; pi hat ' house with modem improvements, with private la. le ii ii.rcesble, or the privilege of being witk the lamT.y, tvhich Is small, may call at to West Twenty-second street, lie n s for gentlemen. References given snd req L e l. TpUBNIBlIED ROOM ? A HANDSOME FRONT ROOM, JT up n tat* sound lioor. without Board, In astrlclly pri ?ate family, in a house replete with modern Improvement*. Apply nt 4d Seventeenth street, between Fiftk and aiiih avenues. flUKNISIIED ROOMS TO LET? WITH PARTIAL Board.? Also, Basement, suitable lor a Doctor. Ho.ise has all Uib modern Improvements. Reference required. Apply at No. # Washington place, two doora from New York Hotel. I BURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-WITHOUT BOARD, TO ' gt ntleuien only. House contains all the modern Im provements. Apply at 387 Fourth street, between Bowory and Broadway ipURNISUED ROOMS TO LET.? A YOUNG WIDOW ' laoy ban some really handsomely furnished second story R?*>m? to let to gentlemen or ladies. The location la verv desirable, being central and quiet. Every attention paid to comlort and cleanliness. 25 Bond street. Fl'PNlsnF.B ROOMS TO LET-DOWN TOWN, WITH" out bmrd. Nicely furnished front Rooms at 91 to ii per week. Apply at 21 Eust Broadway. U1URNI8HED ROOMS TO LET-TO GENTLEMEN ON P ly, i .rst ami second lloors. Rooms on second Uoor $6 per month Apply at 80 Bleecher street. (JIUliNISIIED ROOMS TO LET-AT $1. #1 .VI. AND $2 p pei week, with use ol bathroom, Appiy at 24it W ? r street, near \S ashiugtoa square, or 10 J. Glt-oEV, i./j Broad way. BOARDING AND LODGING. Furnished rooms *or obntlkm kn? .112 broad way. apposite St. Nicholas Hotel. One large front Room, 9 3; smaller ones, $1 and $1 60. Inquire up stairs. FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY -VERY NEATLY FURNISH ed Rooms, iiosseMHlng all the comforts of a home, inay | fee had in the private house W Prlnoe street, west of Broad way. Four youno gentlemen can be accommo dated in a private family, with gns and grate tire, at each ; dinner at 0 o'clock. References minimi. Call at 182 West Twenty seventh street, or address X. Y. Z., Herald office. Gentlemen and their wives, oh single gen tie men, can be accommodated with Hoard at i6l aud 63 II udson street, op |>osite St. John's park. pSNTLBXIV BIOIINO A comfortahi.e Home \T with a private family, ran obtain | l.'ii?ant, well fur nished Rooms, oii reasonable terms, by applying at West Twenty-second street. Private table il preferred, Refe rences exchanged. / 1 ente EL BOARD -gentlemen AND THSIi \JT wives, and a lew single gentlemen, can lind first cl.^a Hoard at 172 Washington street, Biooklyu; convenient to the Oily llall aud Fulton and Wall street ferries. The best re ferences given and required. Handsomely furnished rooms to Let? to gentlemen and their wives, lit ard lor the ladles only, at 214 Wooster street. ? Home wanted? a vm m; swiss gentleman. being at present without a situation, would like to lind a home in a respectable private American family. He would like to instruct In French and German in part payment for his board. Best of references given. Address Wx 'j23 New York Post ofllee. Hotel lodoings.?clean and comfortable Single Rooms, from $1 25 to !H) per week, or 25 cents a night, at the Union Hotel. No. It# Priuee street, corner of Thompson. Meals at .dl hours. Open all night. JONES IIOUSB, 734 BROADWAY. Klerant suits of Parlors, will Bedrooms attached, to 1? t, to parties of gentlemen who wish to club together, at very low rates, with or without Board. JERSEY CITY BOARD ? 1101 S K FIRST CLASS, WITH all the modern improvements; a splendid view of the I ay; short walk from the ferry; for gentleman and wife; $4 lor single gentlemen; '.inner at 6; best of reference gi Ten and required. l&H Grand street. MAISON MKUBLER, 70 AND 72 WEST THIRTY eighth street.? 'Rooms, elegintly furnished, or whole Hours, with kitchen, cellar and yard. Houses new, first class, four story, brown stone. Meals furnished. Whole parlor iloor ami basement for physician's otUce. VfRS M. B. 8UMNBR NO. SI WB8T TWBK rv-Mvni 1ft street, has one large Room yet to dispose of for tin* win ter, suitable for one or two gentlomen. Also one very nice single Room and two moderate priced small Rooms. The house has been enlarged aud improved aud is elegantly fur nished throughout. Mansion house, hicks street, Brooklyn.? \ ry desirable Rooms, with Board, for familh ? or sia ; ale | arsons, can now be obtained At this well known house I for the winter ou favorable terms. pMVAtB BOARD IN BROOKLYN.? A FEW STOOLS ? gentlemen, or families, ran find pleasant unfurnished I Rooms on second floor, with Board, at 22 1 htate street, Plea I Siint location. Every convenience of gas aud bath. Terms I low. TJOOMS TO RENT? FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, J t with or without Board. In a private house, with all the Improvements. Inquire at 73 West Twenty-second street. SINGLE GENTLEMEN WISHING ROOMS, TOGETHER j or separate, can lind them, with Board (good table), lire, J gas and every accommodation, at moderate terms, at 244 j Fourth street, opposite Washington square. Breakfast at early hours for ten tie men v. hose business require it. rpo GENTLEMEN OR FAMILIES.? VERY HANDSOME J Rooms, in suits or sepai ately, will be rented, with or without Hoard. Kelcreuces exchanged. Apply at 54 West Kleventb street. T'O GENTLEMEN.? TO LET, TO ONE OR TWO GEN tlemen, a neatly furnished pleasant front Room and large pantry, with use of bath room adjoining, (n a strictly private family. Apply at 148 West Houston, corner of Mao dougal street. rnwo YOUNG GENTLEMEN OF QUIET HABITS CAN 1 be accommodated with Hoard in a pleasant part of Brot klyn, convenient to ferry; room together or separate; terms moderate. Call at *J4 Carroll street, two doors from Ilenry street, South Brooklyn. TWO PLEASANT ROOMS, COMMUNICATINO, TO LET. either s:?i>enitely or together, with lirst class Board, at 225 West Fourteenth street. References exchanged. mwo SUITS (IF LARGE. BLBQANTLY PUBNtSITED X Rooms, fronting en Broadway, containing all the modern convenience*, to let, with or without full or partial Board. Also Rooms lor single gentlemen, on uncommonly moderate terms. Apply at yiO Broadway, between Twentieth and Twenty-iii st streets. References exchanged. TO LET? A BACK PARLOR ON THE FIRST FLOOR, neatly furnished, on reasonable terms, to a gentleman or a gentleman and his wife, at No. 193 Blecckcr street, near Ma< dougul street. 1K> LET-TO A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, A HANDSOME . iy furnished Parlor and Bedroom, with hath, Ac., on second floor of ihr first claim (Iwelllni;, No. ft Great Junes ?treet., near Lafayette plate. References exc hanged. TO LET? WITH BOAKD, IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A bit k Parlor, on second lluor, and a larxe front Uoom, on third floor; also a Basement, suitable for an office. Rel'e renens exchanged. Apply at 117 West Uoiiaton street. mo LET? AT NO. 10 ELEVENTH STREET, FOUR A doors went of Broadway, thrco very linrly furnished Rooms, on the .second floor, w lib or will o it Board; also a Basement, suitable lor a physician. TO LET-A FLRltfsHED ROOM, WITH CLOSET, FOR $2 SO per week, lire Included. Also, Urst or second Floor, with or without Basement or Klteben, I urnlshed, In a private (marble) bouse, 183 East Thirty-third street, TO I.ET-A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM ON the Urst lloor of a browu stone front house, for a single gentleman, with or without Board, Inquire at 222 East Eighteenth street, between Fiia'. and Second avenues. VERY PLEASANT ROOMS, ON SECOND FLOOR, MAY be had, with Board, at 64 West Seventeenth street, be tween Filth and Sixth avenues. WANTED-BY TWO GENTLEMEN, PARTIAL BOARD lor the winter In a strh fly respectable and private t aml ly. Location below Fourth street and west of Broadway? at St. John's park preferred. Address J. F , box 2,679 Post office, stating terms and altnatlon of rooms TIT ANTED? BY A FOREIGN OENTLEMAN, ONE OR TT two Rooms, handsomely furnished, with full or partial Board. In a strictly private family, where there theie are no other boarders; beat of references given and required. Ad dress lof two daj s E. M., box 4,627 Post office. "UTANTIlD? BY a GENTLEMAN, A I'ARLOR AND BED TT room, or a large Room, nicely furnish* d, with ur with out Board, in a respet table private family: the best of refe rence* required. Address for two days C. D., Herald oDlce, TIT ANTED ? A PLEASANT ROOM, WITH BOARD, IN TT a stric tly private family, residing between Ninth and Twenty-first streets. No boarding house ue?d reply. Ad dress hoi 3,000 New York Post office, WANTED-BY A OENTLEMAN, A NICELY FUR nisln d Prior ami Bedroom, In a first class house; lo cation Kllih or Eighth ward. Address, stating terniB, w. A. K? Herald office. TIT ANTED ? UNFURNISHED ROOMS, WITH BOAKD, TT for two, in a private family, on West Fouiteenth or Fifteenth streets, or Ninth and Tenth avenues, when; they Intersect. Address II. 11. Tophaw, UU Fulton street, for two days. WANTED? A NICELY FURNISHED, PLEASANT TT Room, with gas and lire; also br akiust and dinner, be tween six anil seven o'clock, In u private family. In the vi cinity of Fifth avenue and Twenty -third street. They ..eslre to be the only boarders In the family. Unexceptionable re. ferenccs Riven. They wish as much as possible to enjoy Hie comforts ol a home and be partly considered members of the family. Address, with term", 4c., U. and D., Herald oilic ?. WANTED? IN A STRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY. Board for myself und wl.e. Tbuns must bo mode rate. Location be tielow Thirtieth street. Address U. S. A, box 129 Herald office. WANTED? WITH BOARD FOR LADY ONLY, A SNUG little Room fur the winter, pantry, and ? onvenience of fire, with some quiet party living near Sixth avenue, not too high up. Would prefer meals in room. Terms not to exceed $5 weekly, in advance. Address Pleasant Companion, Herald office. WANTED? A DRAWING ROOM AND BEDROOM, with Board, for the winter, by a gentleman and his wife. In a private family where no other boarders sre keiit; the loaatlon must be between Twelfth and Twenty-tilth strests, and near the Fifth or Sixth avenues; rone other need answer. Addresa J. D. Hunt, 82 Nassau street, for three days only. 2 ABINGDON SQUARE, WEST SIDE. ? SUITS OF Roums, with Board, for families ; large and hand somely furnished; also Single Rooms: ears ana stages pass. < J>< ) or "?CHEAPEST BOARD IN NEW YORK; FINE $ ?l ?<). ltowms, with good Board, (2 '^5 to f:i a week and upwards; ladles ond families suited very low; nice par lor", with pianos. Also, watchman, and lodging cheap. Ap ply at 48 Lispenard street, near Broadway and Canal street. <j>0 ?BOARDING AT 360 GRAND STREET.? A OEN JIpO. tic man anil Ills wife and three or four young men can have good Board and comfortable Rooms, with gas and bathroom. Call and see for yourself. 4TH AVENUE, NEAR MADISON SQUARE.? DESIRA blc R< oms, with Board, may he obtained In a private family, at 417 Fourth avenue. Also a large Reception Room, with small Room adjoin nn, suitable tor u family or phy sician. Dinner In the middle of the day. 8KBILSON PLACE-BETWEEN WAVERLEY PLACE and Eighth street, one block West of Broadway, a fnr nlnhed Room to let to a gentleman and wife; full Board lor lady, and partial B >ard for gentleman. Also, I urnlshed Rooms, without board, for gentlemen. Q ASHLAND PLACE (PEKRY STREET), IN A FIRST ? J class p: I. ate house, with all modem Improvements and fine location, two well furnished nscoml Sfory front Rooms, with or without Board, to let. Possession given immediately. References given and required. 1 r TWENTY SEVENTH STREET. CORNER BROAD Itl way. ? A large front Room, with Hoard tor two, ID; pleasant Rooms lorfrom $.150 to f4;a quiet hoinc;also,a nice suit, with clorets, gas, and water, unturnlshed, suitable for a physician, or f ntlemen aud wile, with or without Board. llflHUWI rlulisllgij on WEST TWENTY-NINTH STREET, BETWEEN j?i\J Broadway and Filth avenue.? To lot, with Board, hoe Rooms, both lar^e aud smaM. r> 4 UNIVERSITY PLACE, CORNER NINTH STREET ? ?ii?. Eieganily furnished Apartmenis en suite, with full Board, or private tahle If preferred, to leu Also very desira ble single Rooms. House furnished with an of the mo4eni Improvements. Kef creases required. QM CLINTON PLACE. WEST OF AND NEAR BROAD ?|U way.? Two or three pieasaat and well fvaiahe4i Rooms, with Board. Reterenoe required. ? >/? EAST TWELFTH STREET BETWEEN BROAD OU way and L'uiveiSity plaeiv? Families or Slngl" gentle men, desiring a comfortable home with ? pi lvstc lainlly, caa olitaln plensant, well furnished Risims, on reasonable terms; private t ilde it preferred. References exchanged. CO VE r 81XTE1NTH STREET.? A GENTLEMAN <)il aiuulTe, or In o sn.g e rentlemen, can he acimino d i d ? i n i.andsoiue Ko. uis and Buaid on luodciatc terms. Uueieutu required. BOARDINa AND LODGING. 7Q BERING STREET, THREE DOORS FROM BROAD *, r . -Wl?r, l"",1, T" ???. handsome lyfur mshed Ho <m* to aiiiMle gentlemen. Location I. near *11 th. II r?t class hotel. alio places of amusement. Ki-iullns room frog. Inquire af AMBON 110UBE. ? *** 9?> GREENE STREET. ABOVE BPRINO-AI.HTUN ?> House ? Elegantly luridsl ed suits of Room., with km, Croton water and every convenience fur hou?<<kc?p|ii* ecii. nomlnilly; particularly suited lur small, respectable launUea. 104 EAST TWENTY- KI R8T STREET, ORAMERCY park, two Work# from Broadwsy. ? Good Hoard, leaaant Room*. suitable for Mingle uentlemen or laml liea; dinner at six. Relerenc ?? exchanged. 1 1/J M AODOUOAL STREET? RH'II MONI) IIOU8E 13 J IU now opened an a private family Hotel, for the recep tion of tdngle gentlemen, <?r email fani'liea tlr???l of boarding. Parties desirous of houaekeejilng can find every convenience lit the at>ove establishment. 1 Zf* PRINCE STREET? ST. CLAIR HOI'KE? ELE .l? )v) gantly furnished Rooms, with Bedrooms attached, wiiii all the convenience* for housekeeping complete, In cluding and Croton water, to let to resectable families or Mingle gentlemen. 1 l\i\ E\ST For ItTKKNTF! STREET? TO LET, HAND J.ViVI Homely furnished R<oius, to iainilies or single gen tlemen. 901 WKST FOURTEENTH STREET.? ONE OR TWO J., families ami two or three gentlemen can be aecom moiiateil with largo pleasant Ku mm and Hoard. Terms mo derate. Dinner at 6 and break tuni Ht 7. Re fnences ei changed. 91 A ELM BTRKET? JACKSON HOUSE.? THE MOST comlor.ably and conveniently furnished Apartments in the i'i ty. to meet the wants of small luimlies, with every requisite furniture, clean lim n, cooking raujjo and uteusil*. run and Oroton water. OA! FOURTH AVENUE.? TO (iET, PLSA8ANI AND ?j' ) I well t m ulshed Rooms, single or In *uim, I >> families with private table, or to tdnule gentlemen, with partial Board. The h uiM' ha# all the modern Improvements ami the location la very central. K' ft rem en exchanged. OQK WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET ? FURNISH ijOf ) ed Rooms, With li aid. R 'Oilis ? n the ?e ond, thud ami lout ill Moots, i>i n nor at six. Reference! exchanged. n 4 Q IIROADWAY (PLANTERS' HOTEL).? PERSONS w i n looking for Board for the winter will find e e-antly furnished R ms, l??r families oi single gentlemen, with good table, at moderate prices. Iloue I r*t class. Location un surpassed. Transient boarder* $1 fiO per day. BROADWAY, BETWEEN TWENTIETH AND 910 to R? ntlemen. Price $1 fiU and $2 a week. Inquire in the toy store, i<10 Broadway. A DRY GOODS. TTKACTIVE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. ?-lre to reduce our present stock to the lowest posaf. ble limit, before tin* 1st of January, to prepare loruti entire new aKHortment next Spring, and in order to effect thin nns shall oiler special induecments to our customers I rum now until that date. We ask bus era to uxauiluo the quality and revised prh e# of our CHINA DINNER AND TEA SETS, OT.A8SWARE. SIX/ VER AND PLATED WAKE, AND OTHER HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, aud ecpeelallv our inai!m(ieeut anaortinent of CIIANDKI.IKRS AND (IAS FIXTURES. We prouiUc ?tutlH:a<-tl<in In all raws. K. V 1IAUOIUVOUT A CO. Nos. 488. 490 unit 4(J- Broadway, corner uf Broomn street QLOAKB, CLOAK8. We olTer at rdall our Immenae xtnek of CLOTII AND BEAVER CLOAKS, at extremely low price*. The mor k comprint', nil the luteal unit most I'uHhloniilili' nlyles, nmniilnctared expre.slj for ilia iirtuidvMiy i'ctall trade. E. S. MILLS >t ('0, 413 Broadway, near Cuiial street. Wliolemile stock us usual ui M2 ami 344 Broudwuj. (1L0AKS ! CLOAKS I CLOAKS I? J We liave now ojjen for Inspection A HlIl'KRB STOCK OF KINK KRKNOn CLOTH AND 11UAVKK CLOAKS, I'ALKKJTS, SACQUE9 AND KKENCI1 BASQUES, All entirely new styles. We have also ou hand an linmcnio stork of BLACK CLOTH SACqUES AND CIRCULARS, At (n, $ii SO, (7, $7 M and $8 eacli. WATERI'ltot)!'' CLOAKS, :>G tncliea deep, for $5 and up ward*. Children's Cloak* all sizes. Wo Kimraiitcc. our pi lies fully E0 per cent 1c-* than Broad way and Canal street stores. W. K. I'l.YloN, 274 Bowery, near llrnistoti street. CILOAK AND SHAWL STORE. I THE CIIKAPEBT IN THE CITY. Square and long Bi cite Shaw Is, twenty In e per cent below the cost of Importation. BTKLLA AND SAXONY PLAID SHAWLS, dally rccelred from auction. NEW STYLES OF CLOTII AND BEAVER CLOAKS, TUB BEST for the price in the market. At 108 and 110 Slith avenue. C. O. HOOK. Rich Parisian FASHIONABLE SHAWLS. LARUE VARIETY JU.sT LANDED. MIST BE HOLD. Oreatest bargain* ever offered, at tKM Broadway. MILLINER V. J ^ POSITIVE REDUCTION IN THE 1'KICE OF THE ln? of Velvet Bonnets in endless variety ; alnu Heaver Mats entire stock of Millinery and Mi.lm<r\ <J?ndsv conslnt ndl??KH variety ; fur in Ikhck, boys and Infants; Flowers, reathrrs, Silks, Vel vets, Kibbons and Lftces, just reeelv? d and r- ta lei at whole sale prices, at Mrs. W. E. SIMMONS', 037 Broadway. MME. O. GILBERT BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM TIFE ladles oi N? \v York that s.ie has < p'lied her Kali and Winter Bonnets, ('aps and If -ad'iresses, fro u the bt si houses aud latest styles in i'uris. MME. C. GILBERT, 60 Bleeck<r street. CLOTII1WO. Abetter chance still.? $12,000 worth of cast off t 'loihluK wanted tor the Western ami Call.ornia mar kets.? Ladies snd if* n tie m** n, If you w1*h 10 secure the full value lor your clothing, Carpets, furniture, jew dry. Ac., the bet-t you can do is to call on or send a note to B. Mlntz, No. 137 Sixth avenue, where you may bo sure to revive lit iy p?*r eent more than from any other dealer. Ladl? s nttes led by Mr*. Mints. No. 137 Sixth aveuue, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. Attention, ladies and gentlemen? if you wish to g?-t the full value for yoi.r cast oil Cloth ng. Carpets, Fut mi ure and Jewelry, the best you ran d > Is to s nd a note to F. HARRIS, l.'.fi Sevru; h avium*; there you may be coiivinwd vou will be dealt with to your satisfaction. For Kilk dn's?es, irom$8io $W; for Coats,.! rom $t to $10; for l'an s, from $1 to $<?. iMease don't lorget, 166 Seventh avenue, near Tw^nty-limt street. Ladies adented by Mrs. Harris. A A great demand for clothing.? ladies and gentlemen having any east off Clothing, Furniture and Carpets, will receive the hitheHt prices by calling on or ad-' dnvMuu; C. MUh, S'P2 Seventh avenue, betwe-n Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets. Ladles att- n led by Mrs. Mish. A POSITIVE I'LACE.? LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I want a large lo< ot' cast oil* Clothing t?#r th W -t rii market; Carpets and Furniture. I itromise to pav the highest priee lor the in by calling <ui or aillrefsti* M. tilts, No. 93 Seventh avenue, between Sixteenth and Seseuu-eutu streets. Ladi' ? attended by Mrs. KiUs. T THE OLD STAND, 131 SEVENTH AVENUE, E'AK KILLS mi.ua nice to imy the following prtc s f .r ladies' and gentlemen's cast oft \V. iiing Apparel. ? From $rt to $40 for silk dresses, from $5 to .5-) 'or coats, fi . ui i?l M to $7 for pants; also Carpets, Furniture, Jewelry, Ve. A note by p s punctually attended to by E., 134 Seventh avenue. La* dies attended to by Mrs. E. A RARE CHANCE.? $12,000 WORTH OF CAST-OFF clothing wanted, to s .j , ly laliiornii and W stern markets ? Furniture, carpets, j. w Iry. Ac. 1 do not p e ? nd to offer nomina prices, as i- done i y some, ? ut 1 g ia.au e j to iwy the utmost value fore e h arti* !e by calltorf on ? r adui'erisiug E. II . 79 Sixth avenue, s <ond door above Wa verb-y place. Laoles attended to by Mrs. E. H. AT THE WESTERN AGENCY STOKE LADIES AND gentlemen can oouln au extra nrW lVr tiieir easi-olf wearing apparel, rts we have a gr. at d rand for tiiem io nil up the orders for the above men: I mi d 8 . ties. Also rat p?'ts b welry, Ac., bought by calling on r.radur? ssiug II. HARRIS, 863 Bowery, opposite Great Jones street. Y? i in iv be sure to dispose of your articles to your satisfaction. Ladies at* tended b y Mrs. Harris. ATTENTION, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ?WANTED, a lot of ra<*t oft Clothing, Furniture, Carpets an I .lew dry. I will pay the best pin e I t calling on or addicsin*; M. ABRAHAMS, 233 Seventh avenue, between Tw? nty tUUi and Twenty-sixth street. Ladies auended to by Mrs. A. AT THE NEW STAND, 2<J3 THIRD AVENUE, LADIES and gents can secure tne full value for their cast off Clothing, by calling on or addressing C. Jacobs, ~93Thirii avenue, between Twenty- third and Twenty-fourth streets. Ladn s attended by Miss F. Jacobs. Abetter chance than ever koii laMes and^eutleinen io obtain tne highest pike i'or their ? ast off clothing. I guars n tee to pay the followm , pi I. . ???:? F- r silk dr? sses, from $7 t ? $30; from to $14 formats; from *2 to $6 for pants. A!w> <-nr|xt?, furalture and ipwh ijr. Cad on or address J. ANIIALT, Sevi'iiili avenue bo; wi n Twentieth anil Twetuy-iir.i ?incU. Ladies attended by Mrs. An bait. OREAT DEMAND FOR CLOTHINU.? LAiU KS AND ntl?ui? n having ?ny eimt off Ulotliln^, Kurnllure or CarpriB, ?ri' gu.ruutr<'<! to reet-lvc ?? loll ??wm ? PitnW, frnrn $1 f> $5; ('nuts, fruin $1 to $1U; Silk Ilrfsuji, fn in S i to f V. For Barege ana Woollen Dr> *?? th'- [Tkr? will bo palit bv calling on or ndilri'if.11)^ A. II AKKiS, SaS 1'ulrd ave nue. La'li'-. uUendrd to by Urn. H.irrls. _ RAILROADS. Hudson river railroad.? thains for albany, Tmy, tli? Nurtli and Weal, leave Uliambera .trcet at 7 and 11 A. M., and 3 311, 5 and 10:16 P. M. X'EW YORK, HARLEM AND ALBANY RAILROAD.? J.1 Humiaer arrangement. ? fi . m li ain I'or Al iHtty, 'l'loy, Norih and W??al, leaves Twemy-alxth rtreut ?:atlou ml 11 A. il. Korlocjtl tralna iw? linn table. JOHN BURcll i l.L, A"*!"tanl Supcrlntondrnt. ftRMTl'KE. A BEDROOM Sl'IT OF ENAMBLLED FURNITUR8 lor in all colors, of warranted innnutoi'iiire; al-'O ?nld cn??inut Cliamb<T Stilt*, plain and orn.iiip iiu;!, at 11. V. FAHRlNti'lON'H, 308 Canal street, oppoaile Wooater. Es tablished in l^itf. Enamelled chamber Suits of furmttre, in all ool'ira and htylea, at wholrsale and retail, hi and Ii|iwanl?; also, Mattreaaeaand Paliiaaa) s. WARREN WARD, 277 Caual atreel, four doora east of Broadway. II*1 1 UST CLAKS ENAMELLED Fl'RNITURE- I'LAIN deooraU'd and grained; aolid walnut and oak Seta, Mat tifaa??. Spring Bed, Ac. SnlU, from $25 upwards. J. W. FISHER A CO., Manufacturero, 660 Broadway, between Bleeckeraad Bond streets, marble building. ?CWRNITURE BOUGHT? ALL KINDS OF HOUSE JP hold Furniture bought for rash, and a good prW glv. n, at 479 Third avenue, near Tblrty-fourih street. Please call or a'ldrnaa Furniture, aa above, N. B. ? A good aaaortnicnt of accond haad Furniture for aale. FURNITURE. ? TH E HIGHEST PRICEtt PAID FOR wicond hand Furniture and <^rpet> Id any quantity, small lets or large. Country ealls attended to; a g<H>d stock always on hand. Addr*?s 960 Iludson street, sear rerry. Don't forget the number^ FOR 8ALE? HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CONSISTINO of a mahogany Sola, Rocker and ?l? flairs, Looking Glass )R SALE? HOUSEHOLD FURNITUKK. vua?i*Tl!iU of ? mahogany Sola, R -ck. r and ?l* Chair., I/.okln? uia?-<, with gilt fram.\ 'U yanl? Hrus^rln Carpet? all In kood oriler. Inquire at ISSavenue A, up ataira. TJLIMPTONS IMPROVED PARLOR BEDSTEAD AND I in'!, r first claaa Furniture sold wholesale aud retail, and bj mnmlil} paytnenw, at 1W Teutl) stree., lurnierly Nauoual Academy of Design.