Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 4, 1862, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 4, 1862 Page 3
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BOARDING AND DODGING. AKKW BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED ON iejifcOiiitblti berui* ?u 114 Wfe*i 1'ouiLeeuik IMVCL 1>JUIvitalii i * ATTESTION IB CALLED TO THOSE LTVINO 1N H0u ls anil boarding homes to an rsiabimhmmt opt n it at No. 110 M..C lougal street, and furnished with everything neri fi.ir y for boiuckwplD.', in order that a luiinly may have a complete bouie and live at a lu'V rule. A LADY AND OENTL*MAN. DESIRING HANDSOMEly furnished Rooms (Board for tho lady only), please Mil at 63 Weat Tv. uuty-UHU strem. Avery fine second btoby room, with ex tension, Will be vmwted on tiro ?i(H fast., aad to let with Hoaid. ?nif one single Room on the fourth lloor, at US Saupnd a. rune, between Seventh and Eighth aureola. House and lul>? (lrai class. A GENTLEMAN WISUE8 TO OBTAIN A PLEASANT Room and Board with aa agieeabte family (Catholic nrrfi'rred), In any respectable and easily as''<-sal ble location lii New Yolk or Williamsburg. Address, stating particular*, Nassau, litruldolliee. AT 130 MADISON AVENUE.?A GENTLEMAN AND wife can tlnd at their disposal a Suk of Hooins, on so> oud floor, with Board, in a llrst class private house, as above. Also Rooms for single gentlemen. Best of reference given and required. A GENTLEMAN ABOUT TO LEAVE THE CITY WILL vacate a 1'ai'lur and Bcdrooiu at Mr. Sumner's, No. 22 Weat Tiveftiy-nlulh street, which he desires to let. Apply at < the house. A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE GERMAN FAMILY. WITHout children, occupying a first class bouse, will let a choice of handsomely furnished Rooms, with full or partial Board, or private table. French and English spoken. Apply at 48 East Bleecker street, near Broadway. AITANDSOMELY FURNISHED SUIT OF ROOMS TO let?On first floor, also an elegant Room on second door, with superior Board, in a very desirable locality; private family; bouse first class. Terms moderate. Apply at ICO West Eleventh street, near Sixth avenue A LARGE ROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR, HAND somely furnished; also two other Rooms, eaeb of which are suitable for a gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen, to rent, with Board, at 87 East Twenty-third street, between Lexington and Fourth avenues A WIDOW LADY LIVING IN TOE VICINITY OF Union sqeare and Broadway, having fine accommodations, whiles to take one or two young ladies to board. Address Mrs. Lewis, station A. A SUIT OF ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR, BATH, AO.. to let, furnished, to gentlemen, separate or together; ha modern improvements, and in a pleasant location. Inentire on tbe premises, 783 Broadway, between Eighth and Ninth streets. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. OR ONE OR TWO SINglu gentlemen, can be accommodated with pleasant Rooms, with or without Board, at 43 West Fifteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, A NUMBER OF PLEASANT! ROOMS TO LET?WITH Board, suitable for gentlemen, at 22 West Fourteenth AN ENGLISH FAMILY, AT 189 WEST FOURTEENTH Btrcet, between Seventh ami Eighth avenues, will let f trnUbed Rooms, with or without Board, upon extremely moderate terms. Forgone desiring comfort and economy will do well to coll. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR ON Hecond door to let, with Board; house contains the modern improvements; a tpilet home realised; location eligible, references exchanged. Apply at 23 Grove street, between Bleecltcr and Hudson. A LARGE PLEASANT ROOM, ALSO A SINGLE ROOM, nicely furnished, to let, with first class Board. References exenaoged.. Apply at 19 University place, comer of Ninth street. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WISH BOARD IN A FAmliy where there are but few boarder a Best references required and given. Address, stating location, terms, Ac., Bowdilch, box 1,492 Post ofllre. A LADY AND GENTLEMAN OR QUIET LADY CAN have a front or back Room, without Board or with Board for lady, at $5 and $7; family small; all modern improvements; no moving in May. Apply at 29 Amity street. T>OARD.?TO LET, WITH BOARD, ROOMS FINELY J> furnished, on second tloor, In a modern brown stone house, four stories, pleasantly located. Apply at No. 6 Murray II111 Park, between Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth treeis. Terms moderate. Board.-a private family iiavino an ele gant bnrwn stone house, contatn'n: all the modern Imprcynitnts, In Twenty-seventh street, near Fourth avenue, ? will let to a g ntleman an t wife, or two single gentlemen, a large Room, inr $13 per week; or a line front Parlor, on second lioor, with large Bedroem adjoining, to be furnished with new r03ewbod furniture, lor $22 per week. Dinner at six o'clock. Reference l exchanged. Address 11. 8. D., Herald ollioe. BOARD.-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO RINgle gentlemen, can obtain a neatly furnished front Room and Bedroom on the third lioor, with Board; also single Rooms for gentlemen, at No. 8 West Washington place. BOARD-POR LADY, AND PARTIAL OR FULL BOARD for gentleinam including fire and ins, for whl"h terms mast be modern!?, and payable weekly In advance in lieu of reference,. No notice will be taken of answer t unless price and full particulars are given. Address W. W. W., gtath n b BOAUD WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN. IN A BEtprctAhle OctboHe family: Brooklyn preferred. Being about breaking op housekeeping, would like to furnish I.is own room; or would assist a Catholic lady In fin-no-hing a house and would take it out in board. Address A. II., box 200 Herald cOlce, stating particulars, name, Ac. Board wanted.-permanent hoard wanted lor a gentleman, wife anil child, about 11 years of age, between Twenty-llrst und Twenty-fourth streets, and Brnudway and El.hth avenue; best of references given and required. Address A., box 2,02ti Pott ofllco. Board wanted?by a gentleman and wipe. n a strictly private family; a nicely furnished Room, with gas, lire, hot and cold water: |orati n above fourth and below fortieth streets. Addicts bo* 1,731 Post onbe, stating accommodailons, terms, Ac. Boarding house keepers need not apply. Board wanted?for lady, and full or partlal Boar 1 lor gentleman. Largo Room, with closets.4 desired. where the parties will take a splendid lady's gold watch In puyinent. Tenns required to be moderate, and must include lire and gas. Addrcan U. M., station K. Board wanted enterl board wanted, by a gentleman and his wife, in the vicinity of Union senate; Parlor and Chamber, with all inodrtn Improvements. Re. pfnccM exchanged. Address, with full particulars, U. U., 33 Pearl street, N. Y. Board wanted?in harlem or mott haven, with Rcuroom and small B om counseling, unfurn shed, In a private famllv, by a gentleman, i.is wifo and small child; location to be near landing; if suited will be pe:inancnt. A'ldiess (!. E. L., box 2,1C1 New Yi : k PoN ofllcq, Boarding.?a small private family, occupylog their own brown Stone house, would rent to a party of two or tbrre a handsomely furnished suite of Ko ,!>', with Board. Cars and stages leave the corner for every pari of the cily. Inquire at 72 West Thirty second sticcu Boarding.-two gentlemen can be accom modated with good Beard and pleasant Renins on tl'.or. Apply at 130 Uenry street, between Pike nod Bulgers streets. Brooklyn board?a gentleman, or oentlenian und whe, wishing the comforts of a quiet home, Eod table and uestly furnlsned room, In a small, private mlly, threo blocks from the South ferry, can call at S3 President street. Terms moderate. References exchanged. Board in brooklyn.-two or three hinole gentlemen can lie accommodated with goo I B< aril, In a private family, at 32 Wllloughby street, on leasonable terms; house lias all the modern Improvements and convenient to the cars. Board on Brooklyn heights ?a front parior and Bedroom, on second Hour, romtnunlcatlmr, to Id, with Board, to a gentleman and wife or two slugls gentlemen; has gas, lurui.ee, heater, Ac. Apply at No. 3 Poplar street, within three minutes' wtfk of Fulton and elgut of Wall street ferriea. Brooklyn heightr-pleasant rooms, with Hoard, at 57 Cranberry (treat, between Willow and Columbia. B.tuatlon desirable, live minutes of Wall street and Pultun ferries, COUNTRY BOARD WANTED-BY A YOUNO GENTLEman and his mother, from six to eight months, near the city: a plain country farm house; two roomsrommunh sting. Terms not to exceed $4 per week em h. Address, for threo days, with full particulars, P. H? Herald office. No atleurUon pal 1 to any olber. None but Americans need answer. T7LEOANT FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?WITH Pi p o.l Board lor ladles and gentlemen, at 107>? Greene atrvet, between Spring and Prince. Terms moderate; good location, near Broadway. Call and see. Handsomely fi rnisiied rooms, witii board, lor g< nib man and lady; board lorladv only; furniture new; balb, gas and close la. Call at U6 Last Ft I tee nth Stre t. Wanted-by a lady, a room, quiet and reIIred, with Board, at a moderate price, In a private fumilv, where th'-re are no other hoarders; location between Twentv-lifih and Furty-Uftb atreeta and Kourtli and Seventh avenues. Addreas Mi s. Jennie Rossi, station D, Bible House, Aator place, N. Y. Wanted?in new york or brooklyn-two lur^e Knonu. furnished or unfurnished, with Board, for two geiiilenicn >al wives (partial for gentlemen). IP-pltes (prepaid) to sum location and terms, the Utter very low. Address I', boa 2.W!U PnM ajtot, or bra 221 Herald ofll.e. wANTED?ONE OR two unfurnished rooms Tf end permanent Board f.,ra gentleman and his wife, in a private family residing below Fourth street. Ample ref.Tellers furmslied. A Idi e?s, wlili location and terms, which must be low, box 3..H86 Post office. 07 west thirtieth street, between broadtall way und frit lit avenue.?Out or two ?clcct lamlllcfl and two or tlim* flruUcui. n con now be a<'<*?mnio<lau>d with vniita or single Room*, on tlt? fw-cond floor, nicely furntah'd. ..... ... ui.c ui ..... ua.w imii.uim location. in Ibe city. Table Diet claw. Rulcr.-n. . ? eichaii ;ed. AC) UNIVERSITY fi*ACE, CORNER OP ELEVENTH rrU atr*t.?One or two unite of R.*ma, hendeumi ly furiilelicd, to let, with or without Board. No moving lal of May. Abo au old eitabllafced phyah lau a office to let. Q?J QREE.VE STREET, ABOVE HPRINO -AL8TON ?7O limn*. Eiegaa tly tumlalied eutla of Rooms, gaa, Croton and every convrnlerccfor housekeeping rmuomlcaily; particularly auitahle for email, reapecUible famlllea or Ingle gentlemen. Rent low to permanent tenanta. 1/1Q WEST VOURTEBMNR NTREET,?A LA ROE PAR- ' Xr ) O lor, with email room coune. ting, on arrond Boor; also elaglc Room, on third llnof, to let, with Oral cla?? Board. Hatnee Ural claaa, and looatlou unaerpaaacd. Heiercuera requital. m NINTH STREET, ONLY POUR DOOttS WERT OP Broadway?A number of neatly furnulied Kooruj, wliii alt tin- modern iniproveH^enta; room a large and good, and vcry.theap. 1 n(\ PVINCE STREET.-8T CLAIR HOUSE -ELE .1 C?U g in'ly furnished Rooms, Willi Bedrooina attached, wltn nil the convenience* for honaekreplng complete, Inrinding gas Mil Croton water, to lot 10 rrepcrtable fAinlliea r single gentlemen. 1 Q I EAST TENTH RTREET-A LADY HAS AN EI.E. A-C E gant Parlar Floor, furnished; also single R ims, handsomely furniuUed. with partial Board. Bathroom in the hoiite. 91 fl ?LM ?t"EET, NEAU Sl'RINtl,-FURNISHED ^ Ap?r!mpn(? for jalmrdifttft ocupfiury. Tim lowest rrnitin <h* LMty, wnsjilenuf tl>o convenient<?f economy in iinuin kcrj trifl, Jve.u bod.ling i?/l furniture, with rai)M<\ ?ookjpg utf ft/id llncu tca>pict?;gnu and Croton. a HOARDING AND LODGING. I ^ ^ ' _ '-* ** * - " ?{/! Q BROADWAY?PLANTERS' HOTEL.?PERSONS O JO loosm tor ueruiau .ul or transient B;_a: 1 will bud elegantly furnished Tt< omit, with a liberal Tab.e, anil at reasouuble pr.cua, at the ubove houme. Location unsurpassed. House lirst clast. Dinner at six. HOUSKM, ROOMS, AO>, WANTED. A SMALL FAMILY OF GROWN PERSONS ARE DEsirous of obtaining, from the 1st or May, In Brooklyn, a small itfu morv Brick or Cottage H jnae, wlibiu walking distance of the fe?ry. Rent must not cxored $100 a year. A till, im, gii Ink ail o..r. i.ulara, where house la Situated, Ac., N. C , bo? 1J3 Hi-raud o.'tlee. A SMALL HOUSE, IN A PLEASANT NEIGHBORbuod, wanted, tor a smttll family, at a rent of notover $440. Furalihor.il discount u year's lent would be paid in advance. Address M. M., II. raid office. A RESPONSIBLE PARTY (WITHOUT CHILDREN) Wfonldlike to rent a nhe. amail residence, located tn a re it tee I neighborhood, above Pourteenlh street. Purtiea hav. hit! aueh a Ltntie to let tan Moure a cailt ttimul by addraaalnp, with full particular*, J. E. Martin, Urontfray Font office. House must bo tit good condition, and contain all the modern Improvements. ASM ALL, GENTEEL COTTAQE, WITH SOME QARden ground attached, wanted, In the vicinity and convenient or aureus to Ibis city, nt a rental not exceeding $290. Address by letter only S. Day, IDS West Fourteenth street. A LADY WISHES TO HIRE AN UNFURNISHED Parlor Floor and Basement, in a high stoop modern house. Address Mrs. Miller, Union square Post office. COTTAGE WANTED-FOR A FAMILY OK THREE auiills, u Yorkvilln, Harlem, or on a line of the Sixth or Eighth Avenue Railroad. Rent not to exceed $300 per annum. Address, stating particulars, Jones, Herald oillce. FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED.-A LADY AND GEN. tlcinau wish two Furnished Booms; one as a nice, large sleeping room, and the other for cooking. Both must be lurnlshed complete. Rent payable weekly, In advaiiue. Terms must be moderate, and stated lu answers. Address M. G., station P. House, with stable and coach house wanted? In the vicinity of Fifth or Madison avenues, bttwocn Twentieth and Thirty-fifth streets, for a family of four, without children. Address, sta'ing lowest rent, preclro location and at what hour the house may be seen, S., box 3,074 l'ost oillce. House wanted?fob which cash will be paid, between Fourth and Seventh avenues, and Tenth and Fiftieth streets. It must be a three or four story, high stoup, in a good neighboihuod, with all improvements. Address C. B. A., Herald oillce. CTORK WANTED?IN A THICKLY SETTLED NEIGHO borbood, su,table for a temperance grocery, or Would jenehase. Address, with particulars, Grocer, station F, Wanted to let-a commodious foub story House, with gaa fixtures and modern improvements; dining room on the first floor; location from Fourteenth to Fortieth streets, between Third and Ninth avenues. Ad dress, with full parti ulars, W. H., box 2,121 Post ofllcc. WANTED?FROM THE FIRST OF MAY, A COMTT fortivblo small House; rent not to ex e"d $3(X), lurnlshed with gss and water. In Williamsburg preferred. Address Petit (stating all particulars), Herald office. WANTED-A SMALL HOUSE FOR A FAMILY OF four adults, in New York, conveuicut to a line of ears, or in Brooklyn, close by a ferry; gas and water indispensable. Address K. A. R., Ilerald office, slating rent, which must not exceed $230 or $300. WANTED?FROM MAY 1, A FIRST CLASS HOUSE suitable for a small private family; must be in perleA order and in su unexceptionable neighborhood, between Eighth and Thtrty-liftb streets and Second and Seveulu avenues, Kent not to exceed $630. Address, with particulars, box 4,003 I'ost cilice. WANTED-PAKT OF A HOUSE ABOVE FOURTEENTH street, west of Eighth avenue, by a gentleman with wire and one child. Reference given. A line postpaid addressed to Comfort, box 190 Herald office, will meet immediate attention. WANTED-PART OF A HOUSE, BETWEEN SECOND and Sixth avenues, not above Twenty-third strei t, with gas and water, or In Brooklyn, near the ferries. Family smaii, uu vuiiiiu eiuiureu. neutuut utcf fau auurew u? box 3,lf0 New York Post ofllee. *e WANTED-BY A SMALL FAMILY, WITHOUT CHILdrcn, a small or tbe lower part of a House, with modern improvements, from Blcccker to Twentieth street, on the weal side of Broadway. Rent from $300 to $400 a year. Best references exchanged. Possession wanted immediate!;. Address L. L., 315 Broadway, first floor. WANTED?THE LOWER PART OF A MODERN three story bouse, high basement, with two rooms on tliiid floor, by a small respectable lamllj; location between Thirtieth uuri Forty third streets, and Seventh and Ninth avenues; rei.t not to exceed $300. Address, stating location, II. \Y., 28 Water street. WANTED?IN BROOKLYN, NEATLY FURNISHED Rooms, no hoard, for two persons (brother and sister). A fair sized room and a bedroom, genteel family ami genteel locality requisite. Address, stating terms, not to cxccod $i0a month, Clerk, Bruoklyn Post office. TT*"ANTED?IN A GENTEEL NEIGHBORHOOD, BEYY low Fiuy-nlntli street, a modern built House, with Immediate. possession; rout not exceeding $t>()0. Address, rating precis1 bica'.lon, tl/.c, full description and lowest price, H., uux 1,8ft) Post ollicc. \lrANTED?TO RENT OR BUY, IN BROOKLYN, A M three story brick House, with loodcrii impioveinent-". Possession 1st of April. Parties wishing an unexceptionable tenant, or willing to soil at low price, may addn so box 1.1D2 N. Y. Post ofllce. WANTED?TO niRE, A ROOM WITn A SKY LIGHT, or one to be put in, suitable lor inauutacluring photo. graphs. M Hit have water, and low rent. On Broadway pre1 erred. Audress D. llei.wooil, 192 Broadway, room I'll. TITAN TED?A PARLOR AND TWO BEDROOMS, FURYY nlsb* d or unfurnished, in a private family, French, Spanish or (.ern.an, Bonnling house ki C|s-rs need nut reply. Address, Soiling terms, Artist, llerald office, ITTANTED.-A FAMILY, DESIRING TO REDUCE YY rent of a house, convenient and good location, between Fourteenth an i Tweuty-fifth streets, will address Raymond, llerald ol!I -c, stating terms and particulars. "TIT-ANTED?A FURNISHED HOUSE, WHERE THE YY rent wiii be takmi lu Board. For particulate address M. D., box 3,7tU i'ost otBoe. TIT ANTED?PART OF A HOUSE, SUITABLE FOR A ? ? ug.it vu 'in*": r | i L-.II1UII v*:i\?i;ril r III' 'Hill UIMl J>l?" CXcr street*. mid Fnunh ar.tl Sixth avenues. Address lor inrr?j UttiH, giving full part: -mars, te.irs, Ac., K. W. 8., Herald olli.:o. WANTEII-A HOUSE ON JIIGII GROUND, ON OR near one o. the avenues, Brooklyn; a few loin wilii l i >eteirid. Addrcisbox 1 fsti Pi -1 oflito, N. V. |17"AMTKD?B7 A LADY, LI VINO ALONE, A SMALL TT f.rst class brown atone Hon*?, having every modern improve tuenl. Root not to cx ;?o<l #o"0. Must be in a Rood neighhoi oood. luxation its-tween Twenty-third and 'thirtyhl.un streets, Sixth and Lcxjn?tvi, a.enoc*. la a go., i ?ml careful tenant, prompt par, and can give tlx beat sec.ii uy. Address Divorced, station D Post oilier. WANTED-A FURNISHED HOUSE OR FURNITT lure.?The l .dy advertising can furnish satisfactory references. Must Ire In good location and moderate real. Address fur one wreak Mrs. P., Herald oils a. WANTED?A HIGH KTOOl' HOUSE, IN PERFECT TT order and with modern Imrvtrrrrnrnta, In a genteel neighborhood, between Seventh and Filth avenues. Twenty third and Tbt'ty fourth streets, for a private family of six adults, If the home and terms suit, a lease will he taken. Address, stating lowest terms, Physleian, station U, Broadway, near Thnty-secnnd street. WANTED?A SECON'D HAND CALORIC ENGINE, IN good working order. A dtlrcsa, stating pt.ee, Ac., L., 16 Chambers street. "flTANTED?FROM MAY I, A FIRST CLASS HIGH TT stoop House, suitable for a small private family; must be over 20 feci wide, in perfect order, and in an uucvep unable neighborhood, tietween Eighth and Twenty-lillh streets and Fourth aud Eighth avenues; rent not to exeeed $700. No English basement house will answer. Address, with particulars, A. B., bol 1,600 I'ost olli >'. WANTED-AT WASHINGTON HEIGHTS OR ITS neighborhood, a luriiiabed Collage or House (a gentleman's private residence), with ciacb ho ise, law us, Ac., by ? nmuii lAiiiiijr ui imvu. auukh, ?t u iikjiitjiain, J?., uox 798 Post olllce. WASTED-A FURNISHED COTTAQB, OS STATEN Island, tor six months, from May 1. AddrcM, Mating term* and rnil particulars, box 2,408Post ofli. WANTED?IN SECOND AVENI'E, BY A SMALL K Vintly, a Basement and First Floor, tunmUIn not Iras tban three rooms. Bent to be moderate. Pay sure. Addicst, Willi particulars, Ac., J. H., hox 3,8*N> I'oat ollice, N. Y. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?EITHER IN HUDSON street cr Eighth avenue, where the esra pa??, a t,r?t floor In a dwelling house, for kousckcrpln*, for gentieumn, wire and servant, without < htldrm. Tne lady bring an Invalid It ts nesi i en to be as near as posdble on the level ol the g oiind t" avoid stairs in reselling Ihv street. Address K. P., oox 162 llrrald oilier. WANTED TO HIRE-A SNt'O, MODERN BUILT House, for a small private family, In a ronvenb-nt lo* ration, betwrrn Sreond and Seventh avenues, and below Blxtletb street. Rent mutt be reasonable. IRELAND, HINCKLEY A CO , 83Nsssait street. WANTED TO HIRE?A THREE RTORY STONE OR brick House, above Fourteenth siren, east side, bva small faintly; must be In good order and in a good neighborhood; nnexcrptlonfthlo reference; would Ilk- lo have lissc for two or three years. Address W. 8. 8., box I do Herald olllce. WANTED TO RENT-A FARM OF FROM 30 TO 78 acres, In good order, wlihln SO miles of New York, and not more than two mil's from a railroad depot. Any one having a farm of the a'mve description may address, for one esrsmlc e'Atinu let niR K \f \f VmiliAra V V wanted to bent by the j8t of APRIL, a cotTT lane IIJUM! In tho upper I art of the rlty. Would have no objection to b ard the owner lor rent. Address. elating parttculi.ra, IE C. If., bo* DM N. Y. Foal ofSca. THB REBBLLIUN. Attf.ntion-swan s cavalry. Wanted immediate ^, two tnusiclana, two hlackirrltha and twenty able bodied men, tor the only eavalry regiment now authorized to be raised In tbi* State. Apply to Captain Anderson or Lteutnnant Campbeli, 16Co irt street, Bronnlyn. C1AVAERY SABRES, offirebr' swords and ) loose Blades, all tuo regulation patterns, from the best Sollngen makers', also Damascus Presentation Swords, every I lade submitted to test and warranted to cut Iron. For sale In ouautltiea to suit pur.ha?ers by the Importer, LOUIS WIMDMULERB, 163 Pearl street, uear Wall. ipor sale-a sword beet, sash and overcoat JF for a line ofiecr AH new, of the beat quality and will he roi.l. all or any, for half price. Address Captain, box 216 Herald ofllcc. fjlLiOS, BANNERS AND REOIVE NTAL COLORS, A1 Hulls, Mountings, Trimmings, Ejrvs, Spear Iliads, Ac. Ornamental painting and embrnolerlnR mi silk. HOJBR A UBAUXm; Dtutne street VAT ANTED?A COMMISSION MM LIEUTENANT IN AN TV tie opted infantry retime ut about h? b t to the war, tor wlio'li a ifrrsl pil e will bo paid. Aildrta* II., Herald ode e. Ill')" - " NT . \N I .IT l.N.'ANTRY J l'oi New York Htato Voltnte-is. Tl.ls rsRlmeiit will leave for the a at of war Immediately. A few mote recruits wanted. Olll.ei* has mi reerults ni.iy ui t en positloM, or dispose o' tl. '<u i the be,! jidvaniiigp, i>? e> piviitR to Tit'>t^r ian itt;nuN, Celon d Co oiniindhtgj W liinadveac, N Y. Approsfd February t 12 - f. A yOttnou, Ukntenant Co...ml United Stat, s Army Mos.sding CkJsCSfc rEW YORK HERALD, TUI 8AI4C8 VJP BBAL ^ A HANDSOME FARM AND i SfBNTKY "RKAT OF H5 teres for sale cheap.?Good House, with lolty ceilings, ?e, lnrg>bam, toach house, ice house, Ac., nearly new; Urge garden, wi h fruit iumI vegetables of every Kind in abundance;lawn, shrubbery and shade trees, stuping down to Uio water, helling, tx at I UK and bathing. Land ?f tbe highest quality; distance about forty miles; four hours by steamboat or rail. Address Farmer, bo* 2,449 M. Y. 1'est oil id' 5<0 agenls n< e I apply. A fine farm at tarkytown, under good oullivuliou; eighty-three acres, with orchards, house, barns, Ac.; handsomely locale,I, easy of access to tbe city; terms easy. <i. W. DITCH ETT, Wesiehester Land Ofbce, brown stone building, corner oI Chatham and Chambers streets, second Boor. A CHEAP HOME AND FAFE INVESTMENT.?A three story and basement brie M ilOaae, up town, containing the modtrn improvements, subject to a ground rent of IJtiO per year, wun hi years' leases-and renewal. Address. Enropa, bo* ill Herald ojiud. Anew brown stone hioii stoop house for sale?H2 East Twenty-seventh street, four stories and basement; lets all the modern Improvements and iu p-rfeet order; price $7,01X1. Terms accommodating. For card to see the house apply to JOLIN FOLEY, 103 Broadway, or US Lexington avenue. A LOT, 21J0X98 FEET, ON TENTH STREET, BEtween Filth and Sixth avenues, together with a very comfortable two story and attic House, 21.10x40 feet. Prico low and term* easy. Apply to CUAS. E. MILLS, 31 Cedar street. A splendid farm, in the central part of the Siatc, in exchange for city property. Good house, commodious barns, good fences, ami rree from encumbrance; 119 acres, situated on Hkauealelas Lake. Address, postpaid, J. II., 20 East Twentieth street, giving description of property offered. A GOOD GRAIN AND DAIRY ONB HUNDRED ACRE Farm, finely fruited, watered nnd timbered, good and ample farm buildings, well located, near depot, churches, schools, it-., In Rockland county, one hour and twepty ininutes from city, for sale cheap. SEYMOUR A Will TON, 132 Broadway. A FIRST CLASS FURNISHED HOUSE FOR SALE.? It Is lour stories, brown stone, 25x00, situated on a wide street, and contains all modern improvements; the furniture Is all very handsome end nearly new; the whole as it stands will be sold for less titan the value of the house alone. Apply to C. E. MILLS, 34 Cedar street. An elegant house in houston street fob sale or to let. It is a four story brick house, in line order, size 29x00, with extension. There is a flnebrhk stable in the rear, 22x30 feci, entrance from Mercer street. Terms very favorable to a responsible party. Apply to C1IARLE8 K. MILLS, 34 Cedar street. A fine farm of 132 acres, in new jersey, three miles from tho railroad; good buildings and good water; six acres or timber. Will exchange for Brooklyn or city property, or merchandise or liquors. Apply to P. ZEULIO, 12 Centre street, corner of Chambers. A GOOD THREE STORY AND HIGH BASEMENT brown stone House for sale, on West Thirty-first sticet, between Broadway and Seventh avenue; convenient, commodious, i.o.esaibfe and cheap; sixc, 20x98x122; price $S,"00. Terms easy. C. O. PRATT, 32 Pino sticet, room No. "J. BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE FOR SALE NEAR THE Sound?Largo dwelling, with tenant house, barn, carriage house, fotirocrcea of land, plenty of fruit, shade trees, Ac.; about thirty milea from New York. C muiunlcatiou tu ice a day hy boat or rail. Must be sold at aorne price without delay. Apply for three days, from 9 till 4, to J. APPLEGATE, No. 344 Broome at reel, corner of Bowery. BEAUTIFUL residence in morristown-one op the finest In New Jersey. One aero of Ground handsomely In id out. All varieties of fruit, splendid view. For gale cheap, or exrha nge for city or Brooklyn properly or merchcodlse. KOUTHWICK. A wood, 82 Nassau street. Beautifclidwelliko and pined ocble store, iu a ctosli able location, in a pleasant couutry village, will be exchanged on fair terms for good at sorted merchandise. Negotiations confidential. Title perfect, and no encumbrance. Call and see, or address Country Merchant, Park Hotel, corner ol Nassau and Bi e kin an streets. Cost $8,000 each (cash).?three op the five modern built three story high basement Houses on the north side of Kifty-lifth street, 140 feet east of Third avenue. They have gnu, water closets. balba-Ac.; und<r cellar lathed, plastered, cemented and drained. Will be sold cheap, let, or exchanged for property In the Eighth, Ninth or Sixteenth wards. JAMES ACKEBMAM. 101 Nassau street. Exchange op real estate for merchandise cheap for cash.?Two first class Dwelling Houses on Thiriy-seeond street are offered In exchange for merchandise or u good paying business, or will bo sold cheap lor cash. Address A. Jullcn, Herald office. Farm for sale-ih acres; 13 wood, balance cultivated; alj new Buildings, fine House, Barns, Ac.; well watered; nine miles from Albany; for cash or exchanged for city or Brooklj n Property. STEPHEN A. PIERCE A CO., No. 6 Pine street. Farms, covntry seats and residences of all varieties, prices, sizes and locations near iho eity. Convenient to depots, schools, churches and villages. For sale and exchange. Also Western and Pennsylvania Farms and Hands in this State. SOt'THWICK a WOOD, K Nassau street. Farm for sale or exchange.-for sale or exchange, a good Farm, of about (il ly acres, four miles from Rahway, >T J.; about two uilles from L'niontown depot. On iho farm is a targe house, nearly npw, with barn and ( tbrrout'uiildlngs; a large orchard, containing a variety of fruit trees. For further particulars apply to W>I. S. MURRAY, 22 John slfcct, N. Y. Agents or brokers need not apply. For salb-on thirty eighth street, between Fourth and .Madison avem.<*1, two lour story brown atortb front ilousea, 25 by 00 le t, built In the very bam modarn style, Al?o, two Houses, No*. 4.1 unit 47 ltast Tltiriydavt-nlh street, between Fourth ttr.d Lexington avemtCH. Inquire on the premise* oil troth place*. For rale.?a beautiful country seat at Flushing, I1.1 situated on Whitcstonu avenue, one ntlln from rut I road depot ami steamboat landing: line large house, rood outbuilding*, about 16 arret ol land, Cue cardan grounds and orchard, and a variety of fruils, such as jtears, *1 pics, peaches, grajvs, cherries, Ac. Parties desiring to p trchase will adnreos E. A. A., bo\ 38 Flushing Tom oftlce. For rale-just finished, on rt. ann s or Cherry Tree avenue, near liWilt street, Wilton, ovrr toktoq Hnrlena riv. r, a Chateau Villa, four Lotaof Ground (two lion 1st, OartinRe House, Ae. The cottage has every modern convenience; price $l,5C0; only 10 ter cent or $169 rash required. Full particulars ut ELTON'8, 2t llecatnait street. Aim, two l.tri.' Double Houses, $3,114) and $s,.it)0cu< h; a few Building Plots, MUM i i c\ $739 to $6,000 eac.h. t-30r sale?the t1ireb story english baseX1 lncnt trick House, No. 261 Peon street, between louvers end Nevlns streets, Brooklyn, situated in a good neighborhood, neat the cars widen run to all the ferries; gas and water In the house; frillt trees r.nd grape vines in yard. Print $l,OUO, of which Ot,o half can remain on bond ni.it mortgage. The House is in go d n pair, and will be a dd either with or withoittjlhe rorniit.re. Apply as above, or io E. KOBY, 37 and 33 Park row, New Ytrk. For bale-on citnton avenue, Brooklynwest side, between Myrt.e and Park avenue, a three story frantc Collage House and Lot, 24.6x100; contains gas, throughout; tango, with hot water toiler, h"ater, bath room* Ac : good gardeII. w ith grt?|>e vine*. A| ply to to the occupant and owner, R WILLIAM&. 192 Chambers stree'. New York. For bale-on easy terms, a house and lot, 91) l y M, mi New Durham, N. J,, within five minutes' walk of tlic . ar* >r Mage depot; runs every 15 minute*. Inquire of J. C. DEMAREST, 233 Greenwich street. IikOB BALE-TWO AND THREE 8TORY HOUSES, 1 brown stone basements, stoops and trimmings, modern improvements, in Siity-bfiit street, between First ai.d Second avenue*. Also new tenement bouse*. Inquire of WM. A. Jl'Cll, Hecoud avenue, between Hiitvfo.uln and Sixty unit nrcei*. For sale-cheap, two first class four story English basement House*. 04 and 96 East Twelfth uLreet, iifir Fourth avenue; hour* 17 Oy 63, lot 116 feet. In lirat rate condition, ?ml will be *old or exchanged for one larger House above Kourieenth street, between Fourth aud Sixth avenue*. The house* are mortgaged for $6,MM each. 1,1 or sai.e?the five story marble building I? 2:1 Llbei is street, between William and N.iseau; alto a Lot on West Foniteenib street, full size. For pat ticular* apply lo MARK LIU Y, 23 Liberty street. For bale-a fine farm in the interior of the Stair, Sti.UW; lour In New Jersey, $1(1,(XJO, 67,060, f.l 000 tuid $1,8U" Also all kind* of my and country Rf?!den cs bcughl and add. F. D. RICHARDSON A CO., kJ and 64 Nassau alrect. Ijtor kale-at orange, n. j., a house, with sb ' ven acresut Land, in Llewellyn park; the hottue 1*46x16, built In the best manner,contain* 11 roomibeatdea the cellar and garret; has Iutuare, range, marble mantel*, Ar. Thcte I* a good Stable, and the ground* are well laid out and in cood cultivation. Will be told at a low price. Apply to JOHN W. BURT. 27 Fgritrow. I'or SALE?A modern three story BRICR House, 24 Clinton street, Brooklyn. Apply at the house, or to J. WALKER, at No, 2 Clinton Hall, A*t?r rlace, N. Y. For sale-a two story brick store, situated in a thriving village on the line of the New Haven Railroad, sixteen miles from New York. The stock of groceries cua be bad 11 desired. Apply at 148 Weat Fourth street. For sale-on long island, one mile west of Babylon. 119 Acres, In fine state of cultivation; large house, with wing, two barns, carriage, cow, Ice bouses, Ac., all new; dock In front. OSCAR JOHNSON, 64 Willlan street, room 12. For sale?tenement nousE in Brooklyn, paying over ten per cent on $2.DUO. Pilce $1,7'W| terms?from 6600 to $700 raah, the lalat.oe ran remain on bond and mortrago from thrre to live years IT desired. Apply to E. R KELLOGG, 90 Beaver street, N. Y. TTIOR BALE-IN THE COUNTRY, FOUR MILES FROM P Williamsburg, a Cottage, with or w ithout .in acre of Laud. The bouse contains eight rooms. Stage every hour. A I home for little money. Inquire of JAMES GODFREY, 7J Catharine street. N. ?. 0 For sale-three first class four story Hoi SO, with or w ithout mortgage; one of the best lie ationsln the city. Will exchange fur other pr. party. Inquire on the premises, Ho*, 2V, 31 and 33 wnl Foryr-alxth turret, between Fifth mi.ii Sixth avenue*, or or j. e. bllaw, 82 Naanu itrcrt, from 1 to S o'clock. For sale-or will be exchanged for a IIoum desirably located In this city, worth about a neat three itory brick Houte In Brooklyn, tut tuiutng gae, water, Ac. The difference will be r*id in caab. Apply to K1TTON A JONE8, 20 Wail street. 1ROR SALS?A FARM IN ORANGE COCNTY, HALF A ' mile from depot; all cultivated, good outbuilding*; n.i.si be aold. and at a low ugorc and easy terma. IRELAND, HiNCRLEV A CO..M Naaaau atreet. For sale-a bbautifcl hoese and three arrea of Land; all the modem Improvement*; wiII Blocked with fruit and ornamental tree"; neighborhood tirat claaa; wltlun forty minutea of the city by railtomd every hour. Tfrmseasy. Inquire ol H. HOAG. T.'i I'.m anrrt. xdor SALE?T11E FIRST CLASS FOER STORY BROWN J atone Honae 34 Enat Twenty-second atreet, bctwrin Broadway and Fourth avenue; It is extra large, and tot.I una all the modern Improvements; lot 28.5x9F.lt. Apply lo E. H. LL'DLOW A CO , No 3 Fine aftrret. For sale or exchange-several stores and Dwellings, In a ? oil locality In the city of Brooklyn, on very away terms will exchange for unincumbered iota, or lumber, brick, liaidtvarc, o.l ami point, or oih> r merchandise. I Apply nH!' <! WEST, tea I i sin to, n l.,r y public, Ac., No. 1 FixJnt street, near Fulton I'erry, Brooklyn 1D0R SAI.E EXCHANGE-A MCE LITTLE BfSI. P n : i, .ill established; 10 Sewing Marina**: a S wing Machine A onoy.Vt nly ol nyik aid Lettering ,M i< lonru? a hmgain lor a gents, 'nan and <wife. sue i t,??,r^?w Ith email cipiiat! > ? HiVl,A'iVx,UN A l'?8. and St Miiitii a r at. 5SDAY, MARCH 4, 1862

saejmlok ukal estate. T/K)W HA1.K Ok E XiUf ANOK-ONE OF TitE KEST ?aWa, ami AS lately local* (I a-I any tu li-e c'ty 1 $1,200 in auh and goad pi vi eily h i 1 allow a man to step into u gnu. J bargain. f. D. RICHARDSON M CO , P2 ami N Nassau street. T7?OR SALE OK EXC11ANGE-A FINELY FURNISHED I? Hi t 1, $5,000', on? Name si/e, $1,101); one a* Hotel ?nd laill. a' ami geut'eiucn's Saloon, $li,0U); Gi'S'i ry S o f. rn.-ly lor.-.ted, Horse, Wagon, Ac., $3,000; do. do. $1,100; a M hory, allcomplete, $3,(JU>: Farmer, with $5,UUU, in a Saloon; do. do. with $900; do. do. with $400 lu a Country Store, or with $2,i))0. and several good business chatto a. F. V. EIC1IAltl)SUN A CO., 81 and 84 Nassau a:rot. For salb or exchanue-a country residcncc in Westchester county, In tbe village of Mamaroneck, five minutes' walk from the depot. Contains .even acres, liaa a large house In complete under, beautiful lawn, well shaded; excellent garden, with a groat variety of stnali fruits; oulbuildlugs, lu good order, together will) stock and tools. Win xuhaiige for good tenant property. Apply to JOI1N W. MoO UI RE, 1,204 Broadway. rR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTYThe beautiful Country Residence of the late James Conner, in Westchester coiui'y, on the road leading from Westchester to Easlchesler, three fourths of a mile Irom tbe steamboat funding, and out- and a half utile limn Williams, bridge depot Tbe property consists :? 1st. Of a line stone Mansion House, with large Barn and Outhouses, 27 acres of Land, exce Uent Garden, Orchard, with fruit and ornamental trees, and ahrubbery and grapes in g -eat abundance. 2d. Of a largo plain House, end 12 acres adjoining, containing a great number of fruit trees. 3d. Of a new House and Barn and 12 acre* adjoining. A very desirable resident* Ten acres additional Ground may b3 bad with either lota 2 or 3. 4th. Of two parcels of Ground on tbe west vide of the road, opposite Mansion House, containing about 40 scree, with a gardener's bouse, a Hue stream of water running through it, and about two acres of woodland. Apply to BENEDICT A C01T, 26 Pine street. For rale or exchange?a farm of fifty acres, beautifully located on the Harlem Railroad, 38 miles from New York; large House, good outbuildings, fruit, fish pond, Ac. Apply to A. HOYT, 37 Park row, room 17. For sale or to let-in tiib village of lalayette, about one mile from Jersey City ferry, (rail cars pass the door every 20 minutes) a two etory brick double House, with Barn and eight lota of Ground attached, well set witli ornamental shrubbery and fruits-apples, peats, peaches and grapes. Possession immediately. Apply to JAMF.8 S. NOYER, corner of Puvoniu avenue and Erie street, Jersey City, or on tlto | remises. For bale or to let-at iiackensack, 12 miles by railroad from foot of Chambers street, a tine residence, ten rooms and kitchen atla bed; hot and cold water in every room, bath room, Ac.; large garden and ornamental Srounds. Al*o a Collage, nine rooms with garden, rArrlrge ouae andHtubles. Inquire of 8. MUNN, SON A CO., 122 Pear) strcf. For 8ai.e or to let?furnished or unfl'rniahed, House No. 218 Fourth street, Washington square. Apply aa above. For sale or to i.et-tiie oceanic buildings, at Coney Island. For particulars inquire of or address Rl< hard it. Bennett, Foi l Hamilton. Fob kale or to let?a very desirable country Residence, in the village of Flufhing, L. I., containing l1., acres of Land, tvcll stocked with fcnlt; modern built bouse, with late Improvements. Apply, between 12 and 1 o'clock, to ISAAC PECK, offlce No. 116 Pine sirett. Foe sale low or to let-tiie two story cot. tape House 196 Nassau street, Br< oklyn, built in the best manner, with all the modern improvements. Terms easy. UEO. W. MEAD, 237 Broadway, room 14. "IERSEY CITY DOCK PROPERTY AND CEMENT U Works for sale.?Tne Hudson River Cement Company Oder for sale the following:?Afoul 27 Lots ol' Land fronting on Hudson street, from Bay to Harsimus street, with 308 feet of bulkhead^and water right in front of same, and all the Machinery, Engines, Boilers, Mills and Hoisting Gear of said property; also their Ccmeut Quarry and Lands, in the town of Uoe< udale, Ulster county, State of New York, with Quarry Tools, Cars, Railroad, Slip and Canal Boats. Also one I-ot in Brooklyn, on Van Brunt street, near Kwen, 20x90 feet. For further parti' ulars inquire at the oiUce of the Hudson Biver Cement Company, Jersey City. Lots wanted.-wantbd, two of three lots* ou a long lease, or a short lease with privilege of buy* lug. Location between Thirtieth and Fortieth streets, and Sixth and Ninth avenues, on the avenue. Address full particulars, box 1,280 Post offlce. Real estate.?wanted to hire, with privileee of buying, a farm of from forty to fifty acres, good fair buildlugs, near New York and convenient to churches, schools, Ac. Address F. Z. A., Herald ofllcc, stating particulars. The olenwood castle for sale or to let.A veiy desirable situation for any person doing business in the city. This is a stone castle, all covered with ivy; there Is a spring of good water twenty feet from the kitchen door, one In the stable yard, aud a Han pond; with a choice variety of fruits and a garden unsurpassed. This property, of about two acres, is situated in Westchester county, n Utile cast of the old Boston road, above the stone church; about ten minules' walk from the old llarlem bridge. Apply to charles leach, on the premised, TO EXCHAKGE-A FIRST CLASS BRICK HOUSE IN Jersey City, situated on Barron street, for a good biick bouse in New York city, in a good neighborhood, above Grand street to Fortieth street, and the dilfercnee paid. Apply at 218 Court street, Kiooklyn, from 8 to 9 o'clock in tliO morning, una iroin iz to z u emeu, una irrau o to v oimcs In tho evening. H. STEVENSON. WESTERN FARMS FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES?IN Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan. Wiscmttln anil Iowa; locations very do-lrabl". Tale perfect. Nflpencuutbranccs. Apply to JOlRNEAY, S7.I Broadway. WANTED-TO PURCHA8E FOR CASH-A SUBSTANtiul, well built Dwelling Hong", not leu than 22 feet wide, In u good neighborhood, anil between Fifth anil Kitflith even hps ami Tenth and Forty-alxlb street a. Price from 111),000 I o $15,000. Full pirtlcnl.us are needed to a'cure attention. WM. F. UEINS, 21 Nassau street, room No. 4. WANTED TO PURCHASE?A DWELLING HOUSE, located between Thirty-fifth and Forty-eighth streets and Lexington nnd Seventh avenues; must tie lour stories, and rot less than twenty feet wide. Address, with location and terms, box HI New York Post oflke. (21 5fin ?WANTED TO EXCHANGE. A THREE PX.UvJU. story high laonieul modern House, finely located in Bro ihlj n, for a Ho ise of similar style and location in this city. Limits beineeu Third and Sixth aveunes and Eighth anil Fortieth tur cts. Fifteen hundred dollars cash wilt bo paid in Hie exchange, letters addressed KxchaugO for a II .mm, aiuling exact ioca.iou, I'cruld oihee, will be attended to. ?k>fi nnn"i luts-in superior citv, head iJliU.UvH; of Like Sttjierlor; also In Improved Lunils adjoin tit; an 1 uniinproved Lands In Minnesota, for sale cheap t< r cash, or will l>o exchanged tor Merchandise or Ully Property. Address W. I , bos 172 Herald olUcu. FOR sal.E. ' " An opportunity seldom offered.?the good Will, Lease and FTltttres. and everything complete, of an Eal.tig House and Drinking Saloon down town. Established for t in years. Inquire of S. F. BARTOL, 221 Pearl itreel. A CHANCE FOR BUSINESS MEN, W1T1I A SMALL capital, to make money.?For snle, orexcharge for real or personal property, a valuable Patent for the Western and New England States in clunty or Sta'e Rluhta. Every taanly wants this article. Retails for 26 cents and aU'ordta large protit. Call at room No. 8, 84 Broadway. A TEA AND COFFEE STORE FOR BALE-VERY LOW, A on one of the $:st tiicroiiglir*re* in tno cny, lining a fool business. Kent very low. Satisfactory masons given or sellim;. Call on or address O. 8. Marvin, 21) (>d?r s; met Corner liqror store for sale-near tub Eu?l river, $100 will buy the Stock, J.easo r.nd Fixtures, an the owner le riving up ti e business. Over $100 worth of liquor. Apply to PAYTEN, OS 1)1 virion etreet. DRUG STORE FOR SALE.-AN OLD KKTABLISIIBD land, wetl stocked, ileally l.ttcd up and In a good location; bne rhnnee for a pliyaleisn, or a person *1110x103 bustneu. Apply at 206 Sevcuih avenue, near Twenty fourth street. Drug store for SALE?doino A firut"CLASS trade, Ae. Any one having from $3,000 to $3,S00 caah, u.ay address E. L. K., nation E, Eighth avenue. For sale-a orck buy and liquor stork-no 383T. nth tercet, with two Room* In the back; cheap for caeh. Rent $ A For sale?the stock and fixtures of a Crockery, Lamp and Kerosene Oil 8lore. A good stand. T?rma low for raah, as the o<rn?r roust leave the vity. Apply at 2i2>f First avenae, from 10 t<i 4. For rale -jewelry store, 20 tears establnheil, lor sale. Lease slock and (inures of a Wsich and Jewelry Store, In * flrst rate location down town, now doing a good business. Address Jeweller, Herald olllce. For sale-a cash business for $3,000, or its equivalent in rial estate. It roust be so d for settlement and Is wnith attention. Apply to J. 8. MOON, 1JI Fourth avenue, near Twentv-tblrd an set. FOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPHIC GALlcry tu Brooklyn. Aceuls need not apply. Address J. M. S., hoi 1,739 New York Post oBlce. For sale.-a rarb opportvnitt is offered to any one (either gentleman or lady, or both) deslroue to engage in business, by purchasing the Hiock and Fiilsiiss of an old established Faro * (ioods sud Hosiery Store, situated on one of the principal business streets, and having a regular run of faintly custom; will be sold only for caah; $3,ODD required. Address Norton, Herald olllce. For sale-tub stock and fixtures, show Cas<s, Count'is, Wrights, Settles, A'\. of a Toy and Candy Store, 8# East Baltic street. South Brooklyn; store, basement and back room only $0 per mouth. Must be sold to day (March 4). FOR SALE-PROrELLER UNION, IN GOOD RUNn ng order. Can be seen at the loot of Lcroy street, or Inquire at 185 Seventeenth street. For sale?at aore at sacrifice, a first class Refreshment Saloon and Restaurant. For ivartlculars aj-ply to tJM.H.^VANDERBlRU, 03 Wall street (office of 1,-lor sai.e-one op the best markets in the ' city, large Store and ItkB'dnent, 2."'?75. long lease, ?ery low reiit. Stock, Fixtures and Lease will be aoJtl iow, App y on p cnilses, 158 Ninth areniie. For hai.e?notice.?gentlemen having bpsi. ncaa 10 Ul*posc of forcaah or merchandise, or wishing partner*, ran have their bnilnesa done promptly, and no charge made no lea* effected, tgr 1HELAND, HINCKLEY A CO , 03 Niiaain slioet. For sale-the lease, stock and fixtures of one of the heat paying Gr> oerv anil Liquor Morn in the Fifth war.!; over ten years established, and has the custom of over eighty fhn.lliea in the same building. Inquire at 31V wdat Thirty iuniii atreet andh Bayard street, n. y. For sale curap-stock and fixtures op a lirst r.n.se Liquor Store. Rent low. Apply on the premises, ill William street,center oi John. CAROCERY FOB SALE-ONE OP THE BEST STANDS J In Brooklyn; choice and well oeleeti tl Clock; cash in. to i.i d low re.I. w ill be sold u: a bargain. Inquire of .1. ('11 ARLLA, ill t Atlantic itrcet, Brooklyn, between 10 and 4 o'clock. \41I.K ROUND FOR SALE?HORSE, WAGON, HAR1Y1 i.eas i.nd i'?ns. HatlsfactOfp reasnnsflreii lor i tiling. A| i.ly al kjj W est I'wn.ly s veu;h sir. e\ OYSTER AND DINING SALOON FOR SALE ?APPLY toT. 11. ADAMS, corner of Columbia and Congress trcets, Brooklyn. PA IE NT FOR PALE-AT A SACRIFICING PRICE, beli g determined to well at once, of a lery almihle In. tendon Ai treat ne- and necessity, ih aplyr made, alli rdinj extiMvacantiy hniie jiolils, and l est id iham-ia to make jnoiiiy. kOUTUW ICK ? WOOD, 62 Naaean atru.-t. KOR S \ I.F.. coap ma nukacturv?in perfect order, fur k J or lo let. Apply at 13 Water Ntrcet, New York. TO CA11TAL1KTH.-A CASH RETAIL FANCY FUR Business to dispone of; fine thai liaa been established for the last c ghl years, iu oue of the beat locations in the rfcyh.re a splendid conne lion, protlt. netting from 100 to 130 per cent. Satisfactory reasons lor selling out gwen. The best of reference gireu anil required. No objectioh to good city properly Ult.cn iu exchange. Atldresa J. C., Broadway Post ofllce. TO BAKERS AND CONPECTIONERS.-POB SALE OR to leas1, n Uaxery aud Saloon, beautifully lnted up, ikw, with two ovens and compel* act of tools; rooms elghtyfcut deep. No Colter opportunity for a eouipeh ill p.|t<gi with a small caulul to eommqfic* a Urge auu problthtaThusineaa has ever Warn oTereil. Address 1L B., llerald i.M?, ???jP rw TO BE BOLD CHEAPs-THE OYSTER AND HEFBBfm. incut Balbon, with live years' leuae, captx ?f MyrUe and I'lasabu avenues, IJii.itbryn, doing a good business iorpbo liiuea. Apj'ig on tie yeirilsqs^lii tne basement. t\(\ WILL BUY ONE OF THE BEST P\YINO SAtP-LtJU lions in the city; good locationcheap rent, and well lilted up. (k>od reason for selling. Old established place, and ninat be sold this week. Apply at 170 Chatham I street, second door. J- P. TRAVEU. ?/?nn CASI1 WILL PURCHASE A LEGITIMATE tpOUu Business, fully established and in complete order, that for safety, respectability ami profit has no equal. Can make S2.SU0 before May 1. Address L. L. 1)., bos AOS Herald ofllce. (g -/ut -the HOOD will, fixtures, furniture' jp? Ac., of a down town Dining Saloon, In a leading thoroughfare, doing u lirst class, paying business. Satisfactory rcasous for selling. A good chance for a man with the above means. Address Dining Saloon, Herald oflice. Hi9 Ann -A VERY PROFITABLE CASH BUSIi|AiUUU. ness would be sold, or partner taken. Now pays over $11,000. Isgeuteel ami pleasant. Ill health cause of change. None but ash parties need apply.. For particulars. inquire of Mr. Miller, Broadway Post otuce. HOC S IS *7 ttWHIS. &C.. TO L.RT. ~ At new brighton-a large furnished manslou, conluluiog billiard tables, gas. water works, Ac.; also three villas, all on the Heights; modern Improvements, flower and vegetable gardens, fruit, extensive grounds, stables and coach houses, view unsurpassed; five minutes' from ferry. Apply to T BOND, 132 Broadway. A LADY, OWNING A HOUSE CONTAINING THE modern Improvements would like to lei H to a private family, and engage Board for herself and daughter wdh them. Inquire at 183 East. Twenty-first street, from 2 to A P. M. _ A FURNISHED HALL BEDROOM TO LET ON Eighth avenue, near Thirtieth street. For particulars inquire at 333)? Ninth avenue. A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE front House to let, and Furniture for sale. The Furniture will be sold low to a cash cublomer. Apply to JOSEPH BATES, 19 Wall street, up stairs. A CHEAP HOUSE TO RENT?IN JERSEY CITY, BUT leu minutes' walk from the ferry; It contains front nml biclt basements, parlor*, with mar ale mantels and folding door*; throe large bedroom* and ga* and water. The landlord* object 1* to get a good and permanent tenant, and will let it at a very moderate rent. Full particular* ran bo had by calling on Mr. MAUD, Herald office, any day, between 3 and 4 p7m. A THREE STORY HOUSE TO RENT-BATII, OAS, Ac.; Furniture, which ia new, for sale; rent of House $501); everything necessary for housekeeping, all of which can be purchased for about $350. Location central. Immediate possession it required. Address S. W., box 133 Herald office. A CHANCE THAT OCCURS BUT ONCE IN A CENTUry.?The best Room and Hotel In Now York can now be had for three year* at $1,800 per annum. Large countercellar to store wines; large basement, dining room, and fifty bedroom* on the fourth aud fifth lloor*. Inquire of Doctor BANFORD, proprietor Liver Invlgorator, 208 Broadway. A NEAT THREE STORY AND BASEMENT I1IOH Moop House, No. 86 Lexington avenue, to rent; a very desirable houae, with modern improvementa and In good order; rent low to a good tenant; may be seen from 3 to 5 o'clock. Apply to JOHN FOLEY, 163 Broadway, during the day, or at 83 Lexington avenue after 6 P. M. CnANCES FOR BUSINESS MEN?TO LEASE, AN old established family Dry Goods 8tore, now In operation, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City. Possession can be had Immedlaiely. Address J. 8. M., on the premises. Furnished house to let.?the three story House No. 70 West Fourteenth street; possession given before the 1st of May, it desired. Inquire at the house or at No. 67 Beaver street. House to let-in eighth street, be twoen Fifth aud Sixth avenues, either to a private family or for boarder*, with immediate possession. House four stories. With all modern improvements, and recently put In complete repair throughout. Apply to N. C. BISHOP, 144 Broadway. House and stable to let-no. 13# east twen" third street, between Second and Third avenues,?A neat three story aud basement brick House, in good order, with modern improvements; rent $600. Stable in rear, on Twenty second street, 25 by 1U0; rent $t0U. Apply on the premises, or to J. T. MILLS, corner of Fifth avenue aud Forty-fourth street. Hotel to let?the st. Lawrence hotel, corncrof Broadway and Eighth street, containing upwards of tlfty rooms; one ot the most de-lrable locations In the elty; will be let low to a lirst class tenant, furnished or unfurnished; possession immediately. Apply to JOHN LLOYD A SONS, 16 Nassau street. Rooms with steam fower to i.et.?the ex tensive building on tho corner of Delamey and Mangln streets, provided with every facility for manufacturer* and machinists, is now being rented In apartments, and parties engaged or starting in business will lind it to their advantage to apply to agent on premises, as the rooms are offered 23 per cent less than anywhere else. Stable to let-brick built; has accommodations for four or live horses and three carriages; large hay Ion. feed bin", Ae. Rent reasonable to a responsible tenant. Apply on the premises, 47 Amity street. i oteady steam power to let?large and ?3 small Room*, well lirhtrd; steam hoistwav. Possession immediately. No. *99 VVuter street, between l'ike and Kutg'M idlpS. mo I.ET-IN WILL1A M SBURG, SEVERAL TWO 8TORY X frame and tbrco story brick Housns; al?o for sale tt'U Vacant Lois on moderate lerin*. Apply to S. J. HUNT, 112 Fourth uremic, N. Y., or CUAS. FOWLER, corner of North Ninth and Third street*, Williamsburg. TO LET?THE STORE AND BASEMENT 150 CHAM bcr* MM; the first story jBoic. with basement and sub cellar, 141 Cbamlwr*street; the Third and Fourth 8tory Lot l?. Corner of Broadway and Canal street, 62x77 loci each: four Rooms, corner of Broadway and Lfspenard si reel, 26x45 feet <a h. Apply to P. DICKIE, 41d Broadway, between 11 and 12 o'clock A. M. r LET-IN ni'TTENBERO, N. J., TWO HOUSES one suitable fur a bakery, the other will bo let out In rooms. For further jarticular* apply to ROt'IHE DWYER, near the premises, or at KOULKK A FINOK'B brewcrv. TO LET?A TWO 8TORY FRAME HOUSE, 95 WEST Twenty-fourth street, containing debt rouuis, to a small private lamlly; rent $250. Inquire at 93 same street. TO LET-ON FIFTH AVENUE, BETWEEN Till Rtei u'h and Fourteenth streets, a larre four story House, with stable. The house Is In first rale order, contains all modern Improvements, and will be let with mirrors and gas fixtures. Apply at 22 Fine street, room No. 7. TO LET?A FIRST CLA88 HOUSE, IN COMPLETE RE1 air; painting and papering newly done, and with full g.is fixtures; baths and closets throughout. Apply for particulars at 2(1 Urerne street. r LET-IN EAST BROOKLYN, THREE HOUSES, built in the Oolbic style, with all the modern improvements; gas and fixture*. aud Rhlgewood water; Myrtle avenue; car* i<a?a every Ore minutes within hair block of the bouses Inquire or F. F. O'BRIEN, builder, Hkillman street, between Myrtle and Park avenues Rent (26U. TO LET-TI1E THREE STORY DWELLING HOUSE 140 East Eighteenth street, between Second and Third nenrvnaa in nfwul rn-.inr u-llh u 11 th? finitlcrii lmnrDVf>mBlltX. To pood tenant a three yean' lease will be given. Apply at 27 Chambers s'reet mo LET-TIIE THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE, NO. ?2 X Charlton street, with modera Improvement*. Iimuire at 274 Spring street J. EUUKKT8QN. TO LET?(RENT TAKEN IN BOARD FOR TWO PER ins) from lit of May, a private famllr preferred, the four story House, pleasantly located at 44 West Washington place. Apply on the premises, trim 10 to IS A. M. and 2 to 4 P. M. TO LET-AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES. TIIB VERY desirable houses, Nos. 29> and 289 West Twenty-third street; also Nos. 144 and 142 West Twenty-fourth street. Apply to P. HARMONY'S NEPHEWS A CO., 81 Greenwich street, or A. LEAMan, 217 West Twenty third street TO LET-STORE, BASEMENT AND CELLAR OP 18 Spruce street, near Nassau; each floor Is 9(1 feet deep, with tire prrof vaults under sidewalk. Location very desirable for leather, paper or other trade. Power ran be had. Posaesalon Immediate. Apply to JAMES PRICK, 800 Hud. son street. r LET-NORTHEAST CORNBR OP CEDAR AMD William streets, the tirat lloor and basement; also the four story Stores 29. 91 and SB Cedar street?rent from $400 to t.'UU. Apply to JOHN 8. KELSO, 02 Wllilam street. TO LET?AT 15 VANDEWATBR STREET, TWO LARGE Kuoina on the first lloor, suitable for stores or for manufacturing. High celling, strong (loots, and good, steady team power on the premises. C. A. ALVORD. mo LET?A THREE STORY BUILDING IN REAR OP X 148 William street. Steam power can be had If desired. Rent $300. Apply to A. LIVINGSTON, 19 Workman street. TO LET-ON STATEN ISLAND. SEVERAL NEWLY' retted Cottages, In Fielder's Park, on Castle tun Heights, within Ave minutes' walk of th" llrst landing. The park Is about twelve acres In extent, with flne and extensive views or the surrounding hay and country. Apply to BRNEST FIEDLER, 9211 roadway. TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, THE SECOND FLOOR and Basements In a nest three alory house, with all the modern improvements. In West Thirty-seventh street, et the low rent of $180. For fall particulars address Houghton, station O. for three days. r LET?THE BASEMENT THREE STORY BBICK dwelling houses, ?Oi42 each. Not. 42 and 44 Tenth are. ntte, at a moderate rent No 42 will be altered to a store If reunlred. Anp yjo K. II. LUDLOW, No. BPtno street, or to JOHN ( WHIIE, HWI H iweniy-nrat atreei. TO LET-A CORNER DRY OOOD3 STORE; 18 THE REST au,nd In 8?iilh Brooklyn; ha* been e.taMltbd tig year*, ami la neatly titled up for the trade. Inquire of D. C. NORTH HOP, M William atreei, room 23. TO LET-SECOND FLOOR, NO. 190 ALLEN STREET (twoatory nod attic brick dwelling), to a email >|nlet family, from the lat of May. Ilouae baa gaa throughout. A| | l> < " r1 rr"" 11 lo 8 o'clock. TO LET?FART OF HOUSE NO. 817 HICKS STREET, near Decraw. H oitli Hrooklyn; buln few minute.- walk from Atlaatk' or Hamilton avenue ferry, ( ntuuiiaiiig back tmaement, hani'.aome large front larleron (lrat floor, and the whole of third floor, altogether aig rooina; gaa through-oil and water in yaid; rent &5J Will be let only to a amall Ameil in family. Apply on the premlaeaor to GEO. LANE, No. I'.trk pl.t . N. Y. TO LET?IN NEWARK, N .? , ONLY FIVE MIM'TES walk irom Market street <l< p it, a Collage, In goo I or ier, gna Dvturua eon pii te, veMlbule hall door, and balcony at? taehrd, on four Iota of ground; rent I or; lunge given If retin red. Inn lire of A. M. LYONS, 88 Wall air- el, or KINO A BOND, 2*>, Broad am et, Newark. I'Mi it.: \ VERY PERI . PI S *01 -c. in A PL1 A* at.t a,. 1 rt-i'i emble , ei,hborlioi.il. lu the coii'iw of the r , te. il l- j i .i-i.i ' .i .i in., ' u-- j y the i | i part. <,-ii AM water Beat !m llie it lio.e, ?.*k AiMrea# H. H , M J4U lit ram alloc. 3 HOUSES, ROOMS, AC.. TO LET. riio LET.?HOUSE NO. 222 SULLIVAN 6TBKKT, BE-' J. twocn Blocker and Amity streets, having ail the modern Improvemenh.?viz , bath, hot and cold water, get and gta tu'tirea. Kent moderate. Apply immediately at the tore. No. 13 Dry street. ri'O LET?A SMALL THREE STORV nOUBS, ONE X 11 j.-k Iroui L'ntnu *',u ire. Na lA Hi.a'. PjJVeutii street; gas, hath, Ac. Rent $350. Also, No. 17 East Nineteenth sir. et, coruer of Broadway. Inquire of T. 1J. CONWAY, betf Broadway. rLET-A HOUSE AT KAHWAY, N. J., WITHIN live imnntes' walk of depot and one hour's ride to Una cby, containing leu rooms; bus gas throughout, and well and cistern water convi-htenu A larac garden. LmaiAirf vwy nvasaut. K. ut $175 pot annum. Iniiulrc upon t?c promises, of Mrs. M tr, CLARK. * W?WH TENTH STREBT (BBBVOOKT PLACED; X th?5 wh'ilu juwir jiart or the house, together, or sep&ram Uoor?; very ftligibie for a pernio, liaviog beui ceupied by dentists dupiog the UUt fcteu yeurw. TO LET?A GENTEEL, NICELY FURNISHED COTtage lluusc, containing ten room*, under oulitr, ami having gig, wttli fizturcs, In every room, as also water and heater, in Brooklyn, a few steps from two llnew of cara to Fultonfrrry; rent to a good u nam $24) |ier annum; would lease It for a term of years to a responsible tenant. Addresa Mayf ^u' fc fatten L>, Btule House; poigeasiou T? LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, TUB UPPER PART A of Houae 37 Doralnlck street. It haa all the modern improvements, gas, bath, A< . Inquire on the preml* s. TO LET.?THE LOWER PART OF HOUSE H51 Charles atreet, consisting of at* Rooms, with tw o Rooms in the attic, ulso cellar room. Would accommodate two small famines. Immediate possession will be given It des.r. cd. Kent $300. Apply to it. H. KINO, 77A OrecnwRb atreet. TO LET?IN THE COUNTRY, FOUR MILES FROM Williamsburg, on a stage route, a large, new ly built and part furnished Dwelling House, finished lu the best modern tyie, with cold and warm water, bath, range, beater, Ac., with stable and five acres of Land If wanted, stocked with abundance of Frenih fruit trees, grapes, Ac. Terms moderate. Inquire of JAMES UODFKEY, 72 Cathailne strtet, ft. Y. TO LET?A LARGE AND VALUABLE WATER FRONT property In Flushing, Long Island, formerly occupied by Isaac Peck A Son oa n lumber, coal and brick yard, AC T> let in whole or In sections, upon favorable terms. Apply to ISAAC PECK, ofilce 3ti Plr.e street. TO LET-OFFICES IN NOS. S AND 7 NEW STREET; also Houses Nos. 82 and UU Monroe street. TO LET?TO A SMALL, QUIET AMERICAN FAMILY, a Second Floor, consisting of four Riximi, wall gas, situated at lad Delaucey street. Iuqujge on the premises, for one week. r TO LET-NO. 329 GREENWICH STREET, ONE DOOR from Duane, formerly oecupted by A. M. Hinlnger A I Co. Apply to F. B. WALLACE. 37 Exchange plm e, or J. \ SLEVIN, 180 West street. " TO LET-TOE WnOLE HOUSE, TO AN AMERICAN family, except the second ttoor, which the ovvm r will occupy herself. The house is ia good order, with all modem improvements. Will be let low to a good tenant. Inquire at 181 West Twenty-sixth street. TO LET-A FRONT PARLOR, BEDROOM AND FRONT Basement, suitable for a physician, dentist or small private family. in Ninth street, near Broadway. Apply at 99 Spring street. mo LET-NO. 183 WILLIAM STREET. CORNER OP X Spruce, fourth and tilth floors, with excellent light, having twenty windows; occupied as composing rooms for the last fifteen years. Lca^e for two or live year*. Inquire of J. A. DOUGLAS, on the premises. r LET?STORES 28 AND 30 FRANKFORT STREETnear Wlltiam street, suitable for a fancy learner or shoe Unding business, or for the paper trade, Ac. Also, iw o light Basements and Ore proof vaults. Inquire of JOtlN J. HILL, 70 Nassau street. TO LET?ONE OF TOE PRETTIEST MODERATE SIZED four story high stoop houses iu the city; the ocation one of the best; ts frescoed and papered In gild, ami in perfect order. Inquire on the premises, 16 Wta Forty-sixth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, from 12 to 4o'clock, or ut the owner, J. E. SHAW, 82 Nassau street, from 1 to3o'eloclc. Rent 31,000. Also, nearly opposite, three lirst class Houses, now being finished, Nos. 2j, 31 and 33; rent $1,AX); or will exchange the above for stores or vacant lots. TO LET?A LARGE DOUBLE THREE SXOHY AND basement House iu 12Sth street, U rlem, le-lvv. en Seventh and Eighth avenues, with all modern improvements, street 0|iened froin North t-> East rivers, and stages p.,?s the door i Very hour to the boat a id cars, which go up end down to the city for six cents. Largo garden, with fruit and shrubbery ; stable on the rear for hve orsix horace. To a resjionslble tenant it will be leased or rented tow. Inquire nf M. WILLIS, 179 East Tweuty-llrst street, or of SAY. KEN VON, Third avenue and 123d street, Harlem. TO LET-HOUSES 43, 47 AND SI LIRPENAHD STREET near Broadway; also a furnished House uu Ktateit Island, about eh'ht miles from Vanderbiit's landtng nmi one mile from a depot on tbc Stateo Island Railroad. A| ply to A. JOURNKAY. 373 Broadway. TO LET?THE SECOND FLOOR AND BACK HASM nient of a genteel bouse in Uruliurd street, tu aj iii'itod to a small faintly; German preferred. Kent 8i0U. Helen necs XI h meed. Addresa bol 4,105 l'ust ofll.-f. TO LET-A SMAI.L ROOM, SUITABLE FOR AN OF Ore or works Bop; alao Deak Room un<l Ktoruta. Apply at HICKCOX8 Stencil Establishment, 281} lVarl street. TO LET-THE CORNER OF AVENUE AND ELE venth street; one of the beat stands in the city inr 4 piotery or li<pii r store. Also the old ta'abli.-lied li.iki ry, iH I Water street. Also the Front Floor 200 Mrruer street.. Apply to D. O'CONOlt, 42 West Seventeenth street. TO LET-THE DWELLING HOUSE NO. 8 THIRD street, near tho Bowery; sue of house 28r^8< with deep yard. Can be seen front 11 o'clock A. M. to I o'clock I*. Jt. For terms, &r., apply to A. J. DELATOL'R, 25)a Wall at reel ^ TO LET-TO A FAMILY OF THREE PERSONS, FART of Dwelling No. 1S8 Allen sticut, w tih pas and te per attached. Kent moderate. References cxclusugcif. Apply on the premises. TO LET-THE COTTAGE HOUSE NO. 1S5 WK8TT11IRly.fourth street, couhuuiii^ all tho mot ru iiupmvu nients, water. Kits, speaking tune, furnace, Ar. i: nt $tX>' per annum. Apply to B. T. BABBITT. and 70 Waaliiubtou afreet. TO LET?THREE OR FOUR SMALL GENTI.EL Houses, with nil the modern tmpiov. menu.; nil 141 elegant order, from $.'**) to #An. Location near Madi*< u suitare. Apply to J. It. WILCOX, lSi 1-iUn a.eauu, comer of Twenty-itilrd street TO LET OB FOR KALE?THE HOUSE 85 EAST SIX tceuth street. It baa been just papered and painted, and In In complete order. Possession immediately. Apply en ibe premises, between 12 and 2 o'clock. TO LET OR LEAKE?THE LOFTS OF THE THREE a ton buildings No*. 72, 74 and 7<> Spring str. e:: eoai. n an Iron Vault and ILrie forges; have neen us -d I'm s. ve ul years as a jewelry nianula- lory; bate rear reliant Buder (Mill niimorr. neat HUIII-IIW, hmmiu ui n ,. !... FIELD, l'actdc Insurance Company, 470 Broadway. TO LET OR LEASE? IN nOl'SK 47 AMITY STREET, first lloor, two large l'urlnr* and exWnamn, with ur w tLont Kront Basement; would suit a physician, ramllv or for business; aed as business premise* fur the last a x years. Apply at 47 Amity stmt. ? ? TO LET OR LEASE?IN CORNWALL, CONN , A LARGE Varnished lluuse, with eight acres ol laud, with b*i n, carriage house, loo house filled, two su irrrs ol spring water, and a superior garden; lire hours from the city ; good tfouilug near oy; rent $350 per anuuw. Apply to lilt. BULTt'N, 111 East Fourteenth street. TO LET OR LEASE-A LARUE THREE STORY Bltli'K Dwelling llonse, with Store, 131 Spring suvsl, near Greene street; extra sired lot with allryw.iy nil the P'.-ir, now occupied by a pawnbroker: la suitable tor auy buaui as, will he put In order and rent, a low. For permit to Tiew us premises apply to A. SERGEANT. 15 Wall street. TO LET OR LEASE?THE CELEBRATED OAK HALL C "thing Store, covering foor lots, and having nn entrance on two tlreeU. This le a ram cli.iuce for Olotliu rs, us It Is one of the bed located and oldest stands In this city. Apply on the premises, 34 Fulum street. TTIO LET OR LEASE?A THREE STORY AND ATTIC JL modern private Dwelling House, In Teuth street, near Fifth avenue, containing gas fixtures, water eloai i, Ac., three rooms deep on first lloor, and Is In good order. For cards cf admission apply lo O. A. K1BSAM, 30 Pine tlieeL rLET OR LEAKE?THE STORE OR WHOLE building No. 331 Spring street, opposite th market A good location for any lusiness, wholesale or r kill. Will he let on reasonable terms, l'osa ssion 1st May. Inquire at 901 Broadway, basement. TO LET OR LEASE-NO. 145 EASUROADW AY. A three story b ck House, with ell UMBodern mprovemems. Will b* lenlcd to a resp. ct ihlo Aptly nt it numerals em. A( ply to II ROLOMON, tM I'huthnm street. TO LEASE?BUILDING SUITABLE FOR SHOP OR private stable In Fourteenth sirect, between N.nlli and Tenth avenues. Apply at build n?. Alio a fine Buhls near Sevt nth avenue and Fourteenth street. r) LEASE?THE BRICK BUILDINGS COVERINO four lots on the eonlh side of Fourteenth street, west of Tenth avenue, suitable for a foundry, factory or any mechanical purpose. Apply to K. II. Ll'DLOW. No, 3 Pine street, or JOHN C. WHITE, 13 West Twenty-first tieet. r LEASE -THE SIX LOTS ON WEST HIDE OF T< nlh avenue, corner of Fourteenth street, hnvmg br>. k ofilee, sial ic and conveniences lor lumber or rual v..r,?; ?ix more lots ran be had In the rear. Apply to K. II. Ll'DI.OW, No. 3 Finn street, or luJOHN 0. WHITE, 13 West Twenty, flrst street. r LEASE CHEAP?SHOP IN FOURTEEN fH STREET, between Ninth and Tenth avenue, wllh ste.un power If required, soluble lor carpenter, cooper, or wagon maker*. Apply on the premises. TO LEASE CHEAP?HOUSE NO. M CHARLES STREET In good order: largo yard. Apply lo JOI1N Ml'LFOKD, 8S Warren atreet, N. T. TO RENT-NO. 14 NINTH STREET. THE FIRST claim, brown stone front, English haonnrnt Homo, with all the modern Improvements. Also. Pier and Mantel Glasses, end Conservatory In rear, will be rented low lo a rn.il f.mllv Also. House No. 4 Ashland pises (Perry etreVl)V moil Apply loC. II LILIBNTUAL, XII Waab Ington atreet. TO RENT-A NEW rOTTAOB HOUSE, NO 3? WEST Koyy-amh MTMi, HU Tenth avi-nup, oontaiaiaaright rooma, flee patilrlea, marble mantel' and trait a. ga?, t roton water and apod cellar; rent $2h) and Crolou water tat. Apply at S?l writ Forty-sixth atrret, neit door, or to Wtf. OSBUKN, No. i Chambers etreot. Tiie PPACiotrs building m park street, a pew doorafmm Duane aad Centre atreeta Fur atorngo or factory purpo'ea tirat rata, being MO faat tloep. Good light. W. H. ntlOr IEI.D, ? William 'treat, llrat Boor, rear elllre. The subscriber having daily applications for maiden*In varlotia sections of the country, a almit dl'lanan t rout the rlty, respeetl ttlljr ralla the attention of partlaa having tlic aaiue for aale or to let. DOtee hours 9 to In, It Mi I, * " ISA Vt 1'El K. otV? >. rin. ?t. T~0CA!UNBT MAKERS AND FURNITURE DEALKHSTo Ir', the Store, Dwelling and three atory Shop, In the rear t'l l Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street) It haa been occupied/nr the same business for the tail ten tear*. Int|ttire of p. IILANCHKT, 291 Sixth avenue, before m a. .w. and after 4 i*. M. 1.IPKEHSE8. Aib burnham's furniture express and pack I tig eatiibd-hirient, IIS IV?*t l,!--v ntli etgeel, hi twei n Filth and Sixth tit entice. lion hold Ktr niton- boxed nnl |?h< i iiit d to all parts of the world, t'oeafel wngone forte* movlt g Furniture to and front the ouuutry. Furniture stored,

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