Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 1, 1862, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 1, 1862 Page 5
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hob8is, ruums, ac.. to w? Arktcutt Ki kmshkII IIOUSK ifouhtbm rooms) to let?wen of Broadway, below Eighth iirwl, replete with nil modern improvement*, mirrors, rnan'' liers, superior piano, Ac., with ail article* for housekeeping, to a private family only: immediate possession. Address Kouu ' 'in, if runaway Post uihoe. Apart ok a iiou.-e to let-to a kamily with ait hililroo, bring the upper purl ol the English ba*euteut house 1J4 East Tuii'iy-uftu sire t; aevi u rooms, with bath, water elosrt, gas, cellar, pautry, Ac. Rent moderate. Hot of reference* required. The rest of the house la occupied Py owner. Apply Iroui 10 a. m. to 4 i'. SI To be aei n only from 10 to 12 o'clock. Aki It st CLAM houhe to let?in eaht thirty nuith atrcet. Three story aud basement high atcop Ilouae, with all ihe modern linproveinciiia, forna<e and gis ttitures complete. KcnlfnO'. alao parte of llouaea, at very low renin. Apply to john kettretch, 41* Tblrd aveuue, between Thirty-lint and Thirty-second streets. A genteel three story an1) ha8e.ment ii Kill sloop House to let, no s3 Lexington avenue; all convsoieiicea, luruare. hot and cold water, lath, Ac., a very nice booae. neatly finished, rec ntlv panned and put in complete order. Kent low loa de-arable tenant. May he aeen Iroui iu to 12 arid from 2 to 5. john foley, 1g3 Broadway. At morhisania.-to let or for sale, a very convenient two story attic and basement double t ullage, Willi large garden. Lo ation healthy and pleasant. and lacy ol access. Apply to the owner, r. ernst, 311 Sixth tvi nue. New York. A floor containing j'arlok, kitchen. three Bedroom*. paotriea, wsidi' be , gaa, Croton water, ac., to let, in the bruwu stone house No. 1(12 East Thirty-fifth itreet. Apply at 144 East Tbiriy-lirst street. (toal yard to lease-corner of jane and j Weal streets. xx1226 teat, long established, properly tiled up and doing a large business, the premises will aniwer well for a lumber yard or for any purpose requiring recant gmuiiu. Apply lo henry REi?\e, corner of Cecal aud Centre streets. Elegant private residence to let-in for. ly-secoiMl street, nesr Sixth avenue, 26 feel front, lour wtories, brown stone, with chandeliers, mirrors, Ac.; choice locAtivu; fashionable surroundings; to be splendidly repainted and deeoraled. Possession giveu early in April. Apply to b. U. taylor, iso Broadway. flne country residence to let or for J.- 1-aiC?III Colons, nesr jaorrmills, ncaicunm cuiiuiy, only icvcn minutes from thn depot; a modern built two story ailic and basement brick House, Willi 10>i Lou, laHtefully laid out, In a superior, healtuy iind pleasant neighbor hood. Apply lo tb? owner, 1*. iiRNST, 311 Sixth avenue, Hew York cuy. IN BROOKLYN-TO A SMALL KAMILY OF ADULTS only, pari of a very pleasant House ou Bedlord avenue, ear Kuliou, four rooms, gurret and wusli house, with privilege in oellar. K nt $13 per mouth. References given and required. Address Horatio, Herald ollice. Lodging room to let-to a gentleman, in a small private family, on Lexington avenue, where no others will be taken, a well lurnuhed room, gas, and healed, with use of buthroom adjoining. References given and required. Address L. K.. Herald office. OFFICES.?THREE VERY CONVENIENT OFFICES in the building No. 77 Cedar street, adjoining the Bank of Commerce, will be let at u low rem, together or separately. Inquire In room 14, third story. r LET?THE SMALL, OENTEEL THREE STORY House 3e East Tweniy-tourtb street, with iron verandah over doors; every modern improvement; line yard; near Fourth and Madison avenues; will be put in splrndld order; suitable only for a small family. J. R. WILCOX, 185 Fifth avenue, corner of Twenty-third street. r LET?HOUSE .'4 EAST TWENTY FIFTH STREET, near Fourin avenue; very small, but complete; suitable for four or live persona; will be papered ana painted, and improvements made to suit the tenant, at $500. J. R. WILCOX, 185 Fifth avenue, corner of Twenty-third etreet. OX) LET?THE THREE STORY AND BASEMENT J. brick Uou-e, with modern improvements, No. II Bethune street. Apply lo c. M. NEUVHJLE, No. 10 Barclay street, op stairs. r LET-HOUSE NO. $9 FRANKLIN STREET, NEAR Church, In whole or In apartments; the hrst door well adapted for a store; will be let low to suitable tenants. Inquire of J. J. Bl'KNIKR, room No. 4, 54 William street, corner of Piae. r LET?FOUR BROWN STONE FRONT ENGLISH basement Houses, 1*4 Bast Twentieth street, and three adjoining, near Second avenue. Rent $450. In good order, a ad all the modern improvement!. Possession let of April. Apply at 342 Bast Broadway, near Clinton street, 1 rum 9 to 12 anas to 7 o'clock. mo LET?THE FIRST FLOOR AND BA8EMENT OF A Houm Wo. 137 Charles street, with all the modern Improvements. Bent, $373. Apply to G. J. BOOERT, 68 Christopher street r LET?IN THE COUNTRY, FOUR WILES FROM Williams burg, on a stage route, a large newly built and partly furnished Dwelling House, finished In the best modern style, with cold and warm water, bath, range, heater, Ac., with stable and fire acres of land. If wanted, stocked with an abundance of French fruit trees, grapes, Ac. Terms mo. derate, inquire of JAMES GODFREY, 72 Catharine street. mO LET?A THREE STORY ENGLISH BASE ME.NT A brick House, with all modern Improvements. Extra garden lota stable and billiard room with table. Rent to a responsible tenant $400. Apply to J. 8. JENNINGS, No. 8 Astor House. rLET-A SMALL BASEMENT HOUSE. IN A OOOD neighborhood; gas lixtures go with house. Inquire at 18 Westrlfty-iuurih street, near Fifth avenue. Rent $400. r LET-TO SMALL UENTKEL FAMILIES, WITHOUT children, the Tblm Floor of hous 436 Canal stree:, consisting of I rout and back rooms, baturooin, range, and tiedroom in the atllc. Rem $200, gaa included. Also two Rooms in third Uo< r, and Room in the attic of a house on Sixth aveaue. Rent SAM), gas Included. Possession Immediately. Apply to Dr. BLAKENBY, 63 Sixth avenue. r LET?IN BROOKLYN, A BRICK HOUSE AND Store on Fulton avenue. Rent cheap. A good stand lor any business. A very desirable loatlou for a drug store. Apply on Fulton avenue, third house from lluutertly toad. rLBT?THE FACTORY 363 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH street, toge.her with steam engine, shafiiug, tools, Ac, In perfect order. For particulars apply to Mi . HARRISON, apposite the premises, or to K. B. DALY, 101 Front street. Rent $I,1U0. TO LET-A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM AND BEDROOM on (he second hour, marble mantle, gas, Ac., on the juno Uon of Broadway and Sixth avenue; rt*ut $8 per month m advance; possession given Immecl.ately. Inquire at 1,243 Broadway, between Thirtieth and Thirij-tlrst iireeti. TO LET-THE LOWER PART OP HOUSE 163 CHARLES treat consisting of eight rooms; possesion on the 1st at April If desired. Alio the three tor/ House (KB Washa ten street, near Charles. Rent $4UU. Apply to K. S. NU 774 Greenwich street TO LET-AT 116 WEST TWENTY-SEVENTU STREET, large and well ventilated Lolts. with steam |>ower, ou the second, third and fourth tloora. Will be let low to a good tenant. Building Is 86188 feet. Inquire on the premise*. TO LET-THE DWELLINO HOUSE NO. S THIRD street, near the Bowery; else ol house 26x46, with gas and Croton; tine, deep yard; will be rented lor one or more years at a reasonable rent Cau be seen between II o'clock A. M and 1 o'clock P. M. Apply 10 A. J DELATOl K. V>% Wall street or at 36 Third street before 6 o'clock A. M. or alter 6o'clock P. K. r LET-THE THREE STORY AND BASEMENT brick House 289 East Tenth street, between Klrst aud avenue A; contain* twelve rooms, la In lirst class neighborhood, and can be bad for one or more yeara; rent $460 Also the three story and basement House, with all improvements, including gas fixtures, 168 Lexington avenue; rent, furnished, $1M); unfurnished, $740. Apply to THOMAS PANNING, Jr., 224 Bowery. mo LET-THE HANDSOME THREE 8TOKY HOUSE, 121 X West Thirteenth street next door to Dr. Burcbard'a cuurch, three room* deep, all the modern Improvements, gas fixtures, Ac.; rent 97011. Also HI West Twenty-fourth street asm* build as above; rent $40th Inquire at 34 Eighth avenue, near Fourth street. TO LET-A THREE STOEY HOUSE, IN GOOD ORDER, with all the modern Improvements, 278 West Eighteenth street Inquire next deor, 276. r LET-TWO STORES. 16S AND 168 PEARL STREET' near Chatham. The above named premises have been occupied lor many year* as wholesale and retail grocery lore*, and will be rented low to a good tenant. For particular* inquire of JAMES SINCLAIR, 1U8 Chatham street, corner or Feari. r LET-THE HOUSE NO. >11 BAST EIGHTEENTH street between First and Second avenues; range, bath aud gas tlxtures throughout: rent $42ti Can be seen at any unit liter ii ? aoci a. a. csr former inioriuauou inquire 111 the I tore No. JM Grand alreel, unr Eiki r LET?THE THREE STORY AND BASEMENT HIGH loop Houm No. tU Kul 4Mb itrecl; rent ?OUU, or would ?t tbe lower port. Apply on ti.? premlaaa. T> LET?FURNISHED HOUSE ON 8TATEN ISLAND, eight mile* from Vauderbill'a landlnr, one mile from railrood depot, two mllea from teamboat landing: large garden, and Ice uouaefilled. Apply to JOL'RNBAY, 37S Broadway. TO LET-HOUSES 46. 47 AND SI LISTEN ARD STREET, ami 136 Franklin alreel; puaaeaaiou of 41 Liapeiiard sin e! Immediately. Apply to JOl RNEAY, S7S Broadway. rro LET-LOWER PART OF THREE STORY AND JL high lineament brick Houae No. N Firm aire. t. fiont and bark parlor, front and back baaement, with three room* In third tmor; all modern improvement*. To be aeen from II toto'ciock. Apply on tbe premiaea or to J. H DOUGHTY, 1S9 Howery, corner oi Broome atreet. TO LET-STORE 418 THIRD AVENUE. BETWEEN Thirtieth and Tlilrty-flrat ireela, ran aide, under Mlnaion Building, with Rooma for tamily; n tenunt to act n? janitor to the building preferred. Kent 8440, allowance for acre li ra aa Janitor, $MD. Apply at M Eait Twenty flfth atreet. TO LET?THE HANDSOME FOUR STORY !IOUHE> Noa. IN, S4I and 343 WeaiTblrty-ufih atreet, containing all the modern Imprarrmenta, aud in good order Rent moderate to a good tenant. Inquire at 117 Weal Thirty nrth atreet. mo LET-SEVERAL VERY HANDSOME FIRST AND 1 Second SiiHira, located ua Ninth area in, between Nineteenth aud Twautieth alrcete, and on Fllteentb atreet, between Eighth and Nlutb aeenuee. Tbeae Doom contain lire and an rooma each, lurnlahed with gaa and Crotoo flitnr. a, and raiiarate metera for each floor. Italia marbled and nil clothed throughout. Anoruioga I'nwfi residence lor email fainlhea, at moderate rent*. Arplv to D. A. CL'HIIMAN. IM Ninth avenue, between Twentieth and Twenty-Bret Mr-eta r LIT?THE FOLLOWING FIRST CLAM THREE atury and attiu high etoop hrlok Dwelling Hnue a. located in the vicinity of Chelana eqtiare ?273 Weel Nineteenth atreet, und J?0 Weat Twentieth atreet. The above linnaefl have jiint been ualnted throughout, ceilings whitened and thoroughly cleaned, and replete wHh every t-nnvriileuoe thst can he desired. Immediate poaaeMlon given. Apply to U A. CL'HIIMAN, laa Nluth avenue, between Twentieth and Twenty-Brat atreeta. fPO LET, VERY LOW-A IeAROE STORE AND TWO 1 Lot,a, together or separate, 31 and 33 Brahman atreet. Appy to \v. J. HOWELL,, on the pre ml ae a. ffH) LET OR LEASE?A THREE STORY MODERN A brown stone dwelling House In West Forty seventh atreet, near Hliih avenue; has gas. hath, stationary ruha, water c loaeta, Ac Ar. Rent J800 For (tarda of admission apply to G. A. KISSAM, 30 Fine street. fl'O GROCERY*EN AND OTHERS?TO LET THE A Baaement Store, Room adjoining and Vault, 37 Croaby atreet, near Broome, long established as a grocery and honor store nod well lo.Hied for any huslaeas. A| piy at III Waverley place, near Hlath avenue. fPO JEWELLERS.?FROM SIX TO TWELVE SEATS TO 1 let, with the use of tools, r tiling mills and lathea, all run by aieam power, In Urslcinsa ahvp, Adtlrsas Jeweller, Heraid oOicn NBW Y IIOL'SKM, ROOMS, IK ., TO LET. UPPER PART OP' HOUSE TO LET -MAN AND WIPE wanting a neat Null ot Rooms In the n?w t.rown stone ruw Jug West Forty-eighth sued, will apply at owe. Now: but aNiinall family, with good referenoee, ueed apply. ?Q A MONTH WITH OAS. -TO LET. IN BROOKLYN, ^pO near City Hall, three Rooms, with pantries, on third Boor, with privilege In kitchen, to a gentleman and wile; pleasant house; good neighborhood; rent payable monthly. AddressII. W U , Herald ofllce AQrA PER umni.wTO I.ET, PROM FIRST or ' May, the second Uoor of a brown atone tmnt House, on Tuird avenue; seven large Koums. with all modern linprovein. nta, range, washtubs, lath, water rb,vet, Ac.; gas and fixtures ihrunghout. Apply 10 J. FKTT KETCH, 413 Third avenue. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES. Anew method to .make liquors and winer without any apparatus can lie learned by calling at No. 77 Forsyth street, 'Croud floor. A rare chance for pariiea wnh small capital to realize a rral profit of from two to three thousand dollars a year. Dissolution. The copailuership heretofore existing under the name and firm of Jerome, Kitzhugb A do., is th.s day dissolved by mutual consent. Either parly will sign in lluiudiUioil. A. tl. JEROME. D. H. KITZHUUH, Jr. New Yorb, March 31, 1882. J. E. JENKINS. notTTe. The uudersignc 1 will continue the Stock Commlaaion business at No. 20 Exchange places (ofllce formerly occupied by J. Van Schaick). A. 0. J1J4UME. New York, Ajril 1, 1862. COPARTNERSHIP. The undersigned have formed a copartnership, under tbe name of Kitzhugh A Jenkins, and will continue the Stock Commission business at No. 61 Beavar street. d. u. pitzhcon, jr. NniVnmi Xnclll 1iw2 j k jenkins. LD. FKEDRICKS. FORMERLY OK THE FIRM OK Fredrick! Jc Co., has associated with bim bin brother George, and they Imve opened their Photographic Galleries at 979 Broadway and 179 Filth avenue, under the firm name of KREDRICKS A CO. PARTNER WANTED IN THE COAL BU8INE8S.-A young man now engaged in telling coal, and having a large lot ot caiih customers, is desirous of finding a party with u small uuiouut of money to join bim in establishing a business; or he would make some arrangement for salary and commission. Address for three days A. Lawrence, box 149 Herald otlice. PARTNER WANTED?$1,800.-PARTNER WANTED wiili the above amount, in a cash bus.iiess nuw estsb lished. The best of reference given. Addreas J. Clayton Herald oiltaie. PARTNER WANTED?IN A WELL ESTABLISHED, proutable business, with from $9,0UU to $10,000; or would g.ve a good man employment who would loan $2,000, on gooil security. ISAAC A. BIGGS, 73 Nussuu street. WANTED-A RESPECTABLE, INDUSTRIOUS MAN. hsving $900 cash, for a lucrative position in a light cash business. Large amount of business now on hand. Association unexceptionable. Apply to W. Mailland, 104 Broadway, up st urn. ?OC -WANTED. AN ACTIVE MAN, TO TAKE PULL POU. chat go of abutter and fruit store, as Partner, doing a paying cash trade, with low rent. Will take part easn. Apply at 139 Bowery, near Grand street. AH CA ?FOR THI8 AMOUNT, PAYABLE IN CASH qpAUVJ. or instalments, any gentleman or lady will receive complete outfit and instruction in a new. pleasant business, travelling or permanent, paying from $1,000 to $5,000 per annum. Apply at Electric Rooms, 961 Broudway, second Hour. <559 nnn -WANTED, TO P1ND A PARTY, WITH this amount, to engage with the advertiser in u genteel paying business, permanent and without risk. Address, with name, Ac., Manufacturer, box 1U2 Herald office, <J?Q Knn CA>iH ANI> ACTIVE PARTNER WANT P^l.tllsvF ed?In tne manuiacture and sale of a staple article in the hardware line. Goods sold for rash strictly, and at a profit of one hundred per cent. No competition, and a sure fortune. Address Iron, box lug Herald office. nnn -PARTNER WANTED, IN A VERY SUipO.Uuu. pcrior light manufacturing cash business. Monopoly secured, and everything ready tor an extenshre trode. Inquire, before 11 A. M. and from 2 until 4 P. M, at 803 and 909 Broadway, room 6, up stairs. THE RKBKL.LIOIV. ^ ARMY AND NAVY CERTIFIED PAY ROLLS.?PERsons wishing Pay Rolls or Quartermaster s Certificates cashed, will find a buyer by addressing B. T. K? box 1,019 New York Post office. Certified Checks on New York, or Drafts on other cities, will be sent as desired. Every man should know something about military movements and the manual of arms. The fifth military class for obtaining such knowledge commences his evening, at 8 o'clock, at 93 Sixth avenue. Tsrum $1 per month. tdourth regiment. j} eagle brigade, Under the dommaad ol BRIGADIER GENERAL SCROGGB, Now stationed at Kurt Porter, Buffalo. The Fourth regiment, commanded by Col. John Fisk, now numbering over sut hundred men, will be ready for the field within two or three weeks. There are a few vacancies for line officers. Captains or lieutenants having whole or pans of companies can obtain positions, with a prospect of speedy removal to the seal of war. This Is the lost chance, as all future enlistments will be for regiments already ih the Held. Application can be made to Lieut. Col. McLEAN, 4X11 Broadway. A few good Drummers wanted. SUTLER8HIP OF A FIRST CLASS REGIMENT ON the l'olomac for sale. Address Enter) rise. Herald oUiee. SOLDIERS' FAY, PENSION AND BOUNTY OFFICE.? Government Claims Law and Collection, In New York or Washington, prosecuted. No charge without success. G. Z. HOUSE, army agent, Ac., 26 Nassau street, room 16, near Post olhce, New York. WANTED-FOR COMPANY D, FIFTH REGIMENT (Excelsior Br gadc) United States Volunteers, fifty able bodied men, for whom per man will be paid. Also twenty young men lor uou-commiasioned officers, pay from $17 to $22 per month. Clothing and subsistence found immediately alter mustering. Inquire at otlice Slaten Inland ferrv, foot ol Whitehall street. W. II. SICKLE?, Captain. fT'ID REGIMENT, D EPNTEUILZOUAVES.-THE LATE w uiviuoers ui ima regimeni air reap*-*u uuy lepie.u'u to call anil ace Lieutenant James T. Jerrolinan on ami alter Monday, at 28 Sixth avenue. J am endeavoring to organize a company of one hundred men. I don t think you will let me tail in the attempt. Lieutenant JAMES T. JERROLMAN. Sergeant John C. Banc*. (Kino BOUNTY-W TO THE RECRUIT WHEN MI'SiplUU tend Into service. Wanted lor Company D, Fifth regiment (Excelsior brigade) United States Volnnteera. 111 ty able bodied men, for whom $3 per roan will lie paid. Also twenty young men for non-commissioned officer*; pay from $17 to $22 per month. Clothing and sub Utenee found (Immediately after enlisting. Inquire at ofDee Stateu Island ferry, foot of Whitehall street. W. H. SICKLES, Captain. gMTHrofi ARTIFICIAL TKET11?BEAUTIFUL SETS, OH PURE silver, only $8; on line gold and platina, $29, warranted anal to any work in New York; single teeth, $1. Teeth ed and extracted without the least pain and perfectly harmless. Superior Bone Filling, only 30e.. warranted equal to any. Office 138 Sixth avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. No removal. DR. LUT1IEK, Dentist. Artificial bone fillinu.?rooms of the Discoverer, MO Broadwav, one door above Seventeenth street. Tender teeth. old roots and mere shells filled, and warranted. Beware of miserable imitations of rheap operators. n. B.?All lovers of sound and beautiful teeth and sweet breath use the celebrated Cuban Dentrlflceand Lotion. JAS. rbarson. Discoverer. Artificial teeth.-we oobtinub to extract teeth in two seconds, without pain, with our benumbing fluid. No extra charge tor temporary sets or extracting. Teeth inserted without extracting the roots, on our improved atmospheric pressure plates. We Invite all to call andexamine our specimens before going elsewhere. We have chemically pure chloroform and ether, which are perfectly harmless to take. Drs DL RKIN A ROUSSEAU, 973 Canal street, opposite West Broadway. Dr. c. a. white's improved artificial teeth. Whole eats, $9, $d, $1U, $19 and upwards, warranted In every polut. Teeth tilled with gold, AO cents to $1. All work at hall the price charged elsewhere. Ollioes, IS Bond street and 717 Arch street, Philadelphia. Griffin bros., 298 grand street, new york, opposite Lord A Taylor s, and 297 Fulton street, Brooklyn, are inserting full arts of Teeth on their Improved atmoaphertc plates, with or without eitracting the roots. On goldorptaiina, $29; silver sr rubber, flu. Partial sets on guid, gz per tootn; sliver, *i HAVING HAD FIVE TEETII EXTRACTED WITHOUT feeling any pain whatever by Dr. J. JAY VILLKKS, 106 Grand street, two block* from Broadway, I cheerfully Insert thla as a recommendation to those suBerlng from tootharbe. TEKE8A MARIA BARKY, HI M ulberry street. ATMiNAL DENTAL GALLERY-SIXTH AVENUE* corner of Twenty-second street.?Largest, most replete; established IH40; Uve premiums awarded, beautiful Patented Oumottped Sets of Teeth. Prices cxlraordlitary Sets, $8 to $10; Vulcanite, $10; Gold, $20 Dentistry warranted. Filling and Extracting Teeth without |<aln Dr. MANBON, Demist. ' FlWfOIAM, Notice. l'ro|Kisals from dealers and millers are Invited till the 10th of April, 1MB, for furnishing Flour to the Sub-Departmem, ol the same kind which has been received by ibe United States Government, and known as No. 1 extra. Samples of this hour can be seen at the Capitol Bakery, In thla city. It Is desired to make a contract for 20,000 barrels. Should, however, any person desire t.i furnish a less <|tiantliy, be will state the precise number of barrels In his bid. The oontracn r will be required to furnish at the rate of 600 barrels dally until the rontntel In tilled. No Hour will i>e received which does not coma up to the standard at the Inspection made just before the purchase. The (lour to be delivered at the railroad depot In Washington or at any of the warehouses In Georgetown. D. C. Government reserves the right to reject any bid ror any '"payments to be made in Treasury notes, and the bids to be directed to Major A. BECK WITH, 0. H., U. 8. A., Washing on, D. C. SEALED PROPOSALS ARE INVITED TILL THE I AT 11 day id April, IWO. at 12 o'c oek M., for supplying the United Stales Subsistence Department with 6.00J lis id of lieef cattle on the hoof. The cattle to lie delivered at Washington City, and each animal t<> ivitk^i I..'ItJO pound* gross wight; no animal ad nutted which weigh* In** lien 1.1**1 pound* gross. The cattle to he delivered at suoh time* and In *uch quantities a* the gore in men t may require. rattle will he required under thla onntrac* coon after the contract la cloned. Heifers and hull* not wanted. A bond, with good *n<l satisfactory eecurlty, will be required. Government reerrvee to Itielf the right to pay In Treaaury note*. No tdd trill be entertained when put In by contractor* who hate previously tailed to comply with their contract*, or where the bidder I* hot present to reapond to bt* bid, and all bid* to tie accuiupanted by two guarantee*. The name* of nrme ihould be autetMn full, with the precl*e adilrtss of all the member* of the Ann. Bid* to he directed to Major A. Beokwlth, C. B. U. B. A., Washington. 1). C. * KORM OK GUARANTEE. We, ??, of the county 01 ?, and Slate of .. an(| ... ot th- county of ??, and Stab- 01 , dc hereby guarantee that Is able to tulAI a contract in egcordsnci witu ihc term* of his proposition, and that slim,Id Ids pto|0?itlnn be ac, eptad. he am at once enter Into a . m tract In accordance therewith. Snould the contra, t br awarded Inui we are pier ired to become hie securities. Thli guarantee maet be appended to taah btd. ORK HERALD, TUESDAY, thb tdrp. UNION COL'USE, L. L?TROTTING AND PACING.? The purses anil slakes for thu Course will clow on In(lav evening, April 4, ai Laf.iycite Hall. For particulars Me Wilkes' 8pirit of the Times SHAW A WHITE, Proprietors. IIOKSES, CAHIIIAIiKS, AC. A GOOD HOUSE, WAGON AND HARNESS FOR ale cheap. Apply to MICHAEL HENS, loo West Thirty *e< ond street. An elegant hark phaeton for sale?but little lined and * aood an new; hue blue cloth trimmings, English leather aprons 111 line order and ready for I III mediate uw; price $3110. R.cardo A Eldridge'B stable, Thirtieth street and Madison avenue. Any person wishing to h ave a good, steady family Horse well taken care of in the country can ne accommodated without charge lor a few weeks by applying to J. h. PRATT, h<j Chambers atreet. A HANDSOME BROWN MARE. GENTLE AND sound, I5>? liauila high, Light Wagon and Harm-as: alios Doctor* Wagon, In good order, for Male cneap, together or separately. Apply at 32 Catherine street. Board your horses at the new york tatteraall'a, Sixth avenue and Thirty-ninth atreet, being nne of the best arranged, moat commodious and heat conducted tables in the city, having an exercising ring; I tee to all boarders. Carriages to let lor culls and the road. Regular auction sales every Tuesday, at 12 oVhe k, of Horses. Carriages, Harness, Ac. WM. WITTERS, Auctioneer. HENRY PALMER, Salesman. Brewster a co , OF BROOME STREET, MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CARRIAGES FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY, AND First class ROAD WAGONS, Invite an Inspection of a variety of vehicles, exclusively Of tbelrown manulsuture, and of their usual excellence of STYLE, QUALITY AND FINISH. The acknowledged superiority ol their ROAD WAGONS Will be strietly maintained, anil in addition To the popular atylea introduced by them during The two uaat seasons, tin v desire lo call special Attention tot hi- style for 1S02. "THE GENTLK.MAN'9 WAGON," Now ready for inspection at their ONLY PLACE OK BUSINESS. 372 and 374 Broome, corner of Molt street. Bugoy FOR sale?horses wanted ?a mew $230 leather top Boggy, made by Dunlop, Philadelphia, in his beat style, will be sold ut a reduction tor cash, or exchanged I airly for one or two good horses. Can be seen on Tuesday and Wednesday morning ut tbe carriage factory, Tweuty-tlflh street, near Third avenue. Business wagons of every kind constantly on hand or made to order, such a* Grocers', Bakers, Milk and Express. You will find this place aa favorable ns any that can be found, and every article warranted as represented, at STEWART'S Wagon Factory, Kilty-third street, between Broadway and Eighth avenue. CARRIAGES FOR BALE.?ONE SIX SEAT LIGHT Gerrnantown, one Six Seat I.lght Brett, one close pannel Coach; has been newly trimmed; they have all been but little used, and are In good order; also four new Bakers' Wagon-, made to order and of the roost modern style. Apply to JAMES M. QUI.NBY A CO.. 320 Broadway. Elegant two seated no top park phaeton for sale, built by Brewster. Also an Englisn tw o wheeled Dog Cart, both good as new. Will be sold cheap, the ownerliaving unuse for them. Can be seen at 21 West Thirteenth street. For sale?two second hand carriages; also, a Stable to let; suitable for coach and buggy and four horses. Rent $150. Inquire at No. 0 University place. For sale?a very fast chestnut horse, is bands high, nine years old, sound and kind; ran trot low down in the 30 s; can show a 2:40 gait uny day, with two urn, in road wagon. Also aWavon and Harrows; all as good as new and sold for want <>t use. Inquire of J. W. WINEGAR. l?7 Fullon street, N. Y. For sale?a double set of light harness, one lady's riding Saddle, and one gentleman's Saddle und Bridle, all in perfect order. Inquire ut the (table, corner of Hudson aud Barrow streets. For sale-by a private gentleman, a pair of splendid Sorrel Horsea, 15 hands high, warranted sound and kind in double and single harness, also under the saddle. Also, a pair of good Harness and a Light Wagon, turn over seat, for two or four persons; very stylish; all together or separate. Can be seen at the atable 218>j Mercer street, near Amity. For sale?a brown horse, ihands man, 8 years old, sound and kind; (tillable for a butcher, express wagon or eartmau; sold for want of use; will be sold cheap. Apply at 202 Varlek au eet. For sale?one new rockaway, one do. park Phaeton, three do. Jaggcr, two do. no top Wagons, one second hand Conch, two Barouches, three Rockuwayi, three top Wagons, two no tops (one J agger, price $40.) Apply at tbe Carriage Factory, 27 Wooater street, near Canal. For bale-a thorough bred English cow, Durham; warranted to mtlk 30 quarts per day, also to male 17 pounds or nutter per wees; toe is a iresn i ow, witn a calf two weeka old by her aide. Apply at 101 East Twentyfifth street. In the rear. For sale?a bay mare. 7 years old, 1014 bands high, perfectly gentle in single or double harness. Inquire at Callahan's stables, 187 West Thirty-third street. LIOR 8ALE-A SPLENDID BLACK MARE. 0 YEARS J? old, 10 bands high, thorough bred, brake to raddle, single or double harness; uusnrpasn-d for gentleness and beauty In this 8 ate. To be seen at Mr. Dilks'livery stable, No. 188 Mercer street, between Blceekerand Houston. For kale?a pair of bay lonu tailed horses. 16)( hands high; sound and kind, can trot in 3%. Also, one ughi top Wagon and Harness. Can be seen lor three days st the New York Sales Stable, corner of Forty-third street and Sixth avenue. For sale-a bay horse, fifteen hands iiihh, thoroughbred, seven years old, sound, slid a line saddle hore; has run his mile in 1:48. Also a Buggy Wagon, with top, in good order. Apply at Thompson a -.table, 110 East lhirteeuth street. FOR SALE CHEAP?A BLACK HORSE. FIFTEEN hands high, tivo year* old; round and kind in all harness; agood traveller, and s iltabl.- for all kinds of work. Apply at the stable, Elghty-n.ulli street, between Third and Fonith avenues, or to J M. HALL. No. 11 William street. For sale cheap?a liuht rockaway, but little used, for one or two horse-, with shilling front for winter or summer, city made, lnquinat Ret 150 Bhs4 Thirtieth,-treet, private stable, in the rear. House for sale.?a ray iiorse, about sixteen Hint one.halt hand* high, seven or fight veinsold; good for carnage or express wagon. Apply in tlie private stable 114 West Eighteenth street, next to the blacksmith shop, between the hoars of 10 and 1 o'clock. Horse, top wvcon and harness for sale? A great bargain. The horse Is a boh tail bay, right years old, 16>? hands, very strong; will travel twelve miles an hour;-outid and kind.* Wu.un Is shifting top, light anil neat, city make, used but three times, aud hai ne-s etpiul to new. Price for tne whole, 63UU. Apply to CAMP A CO., statiles, ^ West Thirteenth stre. t. Horses wanted.-a fair of is? hands horses, young and sound, with long tails, that can go in ininltrs together in a Square gull, without pulling. AddiesaMr. Jones, Herald office. Light shifting top wagon for sale?built by Parker, Brewster A Baldwin, been used but very little. Apply at Mackey's stable, 11# West Twenty-third st. Miner a stevens. 72, 74 and 76 WALKER STREET, lirst door east of Broadway, MANUFACTURERS or tirst class CARRIAGES and ligbt WAGONS, ot the latest fashionable styles and Improvements, and for elegance of finish, styje and durability are equal to any in this market, to which we Invite the inspection of purchasers. Thorough bred stallion-young, oyer sixteen hands, beautiful bay, imported, and of the very best English racing and breedlug stock. His pedigree cannot be sui passed will be sold a great bargain, on application to ryerson a brown, corner of University place and Thirteenth street. WANTED-A TOP BUGGY, WEIGHT ABOUT 226 pounds, second hand; must be in good order, and but little used. Address, post paid, stating name of maker, terms and where can be seen, J. H. B , box 1.000 New York Post office. WANTED?A SINGLE HORSE WAGON AND HAR nets. Also, a pair of Work Horses, for which small first mortgages on good village property will be given in payment or as security. Address E. B., box 2,225 Post office, lectures. Rev. j. p. newman will lecture on "garihaldland Italy," next Thursday evening, April 3, at 8 o clock, In the Bedford street Methodist Episcopal Church, corner of Morton street. Tickets, 26 cents; to oe had at the door. FUHJMTVRK. A BEDROOM SUIT OK ENAMELLED FURNITURE, IN *11 colors, uf warranted manufacture; al?n solid Chestnut Chamber Suits, plain anil ornamental, at M. K. I AKKINUTO.V8, No. SM Canal atreet, opposite Wooster. Established In 1848 A BARGAIN.-A FULL SUIT OK ROSEWOOD FURNI. tur?. three Sola*, two Busy and lour Medallion Chairs, covered la French biocatel, claret and gold; mail- to nn.er t ill w ?iU'. (1. w. SNLDEN S, 363 Bowery, All kinds ok furniture, lookino glasses Mattresses, Beddm*, Ac., below auction pr.ces, war ruined and delivered Iree, at O. W SNKDBN'H, 263 Bowery, between Htanlon and Houston streets. Call and aave money Note the number. Furniture lu suite. A FAMILY, DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING, WOULD be willing to sell the Furniture uf a two ami a half story house very low, at private sale. Address Mrs Allan, station U. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FIRST CLASH HOUSE bold Fin mime tor sale at a sacrifice. A seven octave roeewooil l'lanotorte, eost $400, lor $340, Including stool and rover; rosewood Parlor Soli,cost gVXi, for $140; one do , $80; Etateres, Paintings, Bureaus, Bedsteads Carpets, Mattresses, Chandeliers, Mirrors, Clocks and Ornaments at half the original eost. Inquire at NWesl Twenty slith street, near SUtb aveaue. Enamelled chamber suits of furniturkInall colore and styles, at wholeasle and retail; the largest etoek In the elly. 8ults $S0 and upwards. Also, solid wslaat Hulls, Mallresses, Paillasses, Ac. WARDEN WARb, 377 Canal street, First class enamelled furniture?plaim. decorated And grained, solid walnut and oak Sets; Hum at$90and upwanla; Mattresses, Spring Beds, Ac. J. W, FISHER A CO.. Mann facta rara, 690 Broadway, between Blecskrr aod Bond mi ret*. Furniture, carpets, books, pamphlets and Libraries bought for randy money at 193 Slitn avenue, between Ninth and Tenth (treats. Household furniture wanted-suitahlh for a thraa aiory house, inch as Carpets, Mirrors, Par lor and Bed room Furniture, In rosewood, walnut and ma hogany, lor w hlch a fair ca?li prmc will lie given. Addresi I none tllately H. l. ,M , HerAM oill?e. 1WANT TO BUY I RUM $90 TO $1,000 WORTH Of Second Hand Furniture. Parties l>r> uking up hour keeping, ny nddrre?l..g a line to J. O. H ,Mh)< Hudson stieel will And a cash customer. Country calls atieuded to, lJLIMPi N'S IMPROVED PATENT PARLOR HKD J| m.? K and on I irniturc, ?o d uhnlesuli

and rrtai . also furnished I y monthly puynu nle. at ltd feint s rcct, to iticrly Nation .1 Academy nl Llcsti II. I Tl/ILI.IAM I?. OYSTE MtN fill A, K. I IN NEiV ANT . If ecion I ha..d I nriiiiii.c, Co |i t, Ueil\ tl e . I ,iu 1 Of efcry deaSTipt on, nas r mo citron I v> Dl vhion Mu < 11. 1 370 Urinal sine, m i.vccn Norlo.a ant Situula streets W iakos hi* I riends lo call. APRIL 1, 18(52?TRIPLE S milCAL. AMAUNIKICENT SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD IMA A no ort*4 tor *ul ? K.e^aiitly rsarvwl |$?gn and cunt*, ov?t J1 strung i ?i*b, full iron plate, lined with satin w? <*!, hniia.ll mo- Hi) dern Improvements; made to order: coat $6 0, for $J0U. in- 8U eluding at on) and ? over Alao Park r Furniture, at a aacr tioe. Ivi liii|uire ai 70 Went Twemy aixlh all eel, near bixih avenue. Iv A BAKU YIN TO CASH PURCHASKKti? PRICK $100 h Magnificent large Seven octave Pianoforte ; original siv price $-.'a) . all modern iinprovcuieuLii, hplendld lone and touch, overatruiig haaa, round corners, lolloped ke. a; also hoi one for $1?0. rosewood, iv. Apply to McDON ALL) A CO., SAH Aa Bowery, near Fourth street. ? AYOLNO LADY OK EXPERIENCE IN TEACHING 13 the piano would take one or two inure pepou, at their ore reaidencea, at $.'1 per month; care taken with beginners. Ad- H. dreaa Ada ho* 144 llerald olllce. AK1KST CLASS ORGANIST, WITH I NEX' KI'TION L ulilr references and capanle of taking chare- ol th? Br ch'ir, wIII lie disengaged nr. tirst <>f May. Address W. II. C., Kirlh A Pontl'a Muaic Store, Broadway. A TENOR, OK KINK QUALITY OK VOICE, WHOSE pit present term of engagement expires the 1st of May, is B open to ? ngnge to sing In it lir-t claw, quartette choir from ? that dale. Is familiar with the services of the Episcopal 44. church. Prefers to engage in an uptown church. Address ( A. G., Herald office. m( A SOPRANO DESIRES AN ENGAGEMENT IN A quartette choir: she lias a powerful voice, is a thorough ? rea ler and perfectly conversant with the Episcopal service. Address II. M. H., llerald office. ? DEPOT OK THE ALEXANDRE ORGAN, W Kor Churches, Chapels, Schools and Drawing Rooms, 20.1 Broadway. T BOLE MEDAL OK HONOR a' the Universal Exhibition of I 1835. This magnificent instrument (|mtented in the United Slates May 3, 1H.V.1), which til* brilliant perform..nee of TIIALBERG, VILANOVA and MI.I.E. WELLI8 tf,, have rendered sk pipttlar in Ara-i icaas in Europe, has been jt| adopted by the greatest artists and comimsersof both connuents. GOTTSCHALK, LISZT, ROSSINI, MEYERBEER, Ac., Ac. i? The Alexandre Urgan is celebrated for the solidity and preoiston ol its mechanism, as well us for the. fullness and power of Its tone, nnd the remarkable quality of keeping perfectly ] in tuue in uli climates. rj, Prices at the depot, $45, $50, <100, $160, $1SS, $136, $200, $31K), $340, $400. jfi A descriptive circular sent to any nddress on application to E. KAURKGUKTTEH. Jr., 3113 Broadway, Importer of Busson Accordeons. Violins, Vtotin Strings, Ac. For sale?a hplknid seven octave rosewood Pianoforte (Klrth A Poud's make), heavy carved lege and frame, full Iron plate, powerful tone, prompt nc- Tl linn and a desirable instrument; cost $47,.; will be sold tor in $2U0 on ea.y terms, as the owner lias no lurther use fur It. Apply in rear of 31 Lawrence street, Brooklyn. ex Notice.?the verses on the glorious sixty ninth, ol the Irish Brigade, to the air id the' Sprig of Shillelagh," written expressly tor Mr. Collins ami sung by him at N.bio's Garde.., are his sole proi?*rty and are copyrighted. W, COLLINS, Agent. Organist.-wanted a situation as organist l in a church in this city- can give the best references to 10 professors of mnaie in tnis city lit regard to quul.Ucatiuns <> anil character; would be willing in engage fur a moderate n. salary. For particulars address Organist, llu kcn.-ark, N. J. PIANO FOR SALE-FUHL OCTAVE, ROSEWOOD J frame, round corners; Bacon A Haven, makers; cost m $660. To bo seen at 36 Nassau street, o.' Mr. Irving. ill re PIANO FOR SALE CHEAt'.?$60 WILL PURCHASE e> a line toned six o-tave Piano, in good order, mahogany "i case, manufactured by Filth A llsli, of Oils city Can be tl! seen a; 1,1'13 Bruudwuy, between Thirtieth and Thirty Urol **' streets. si SITUATION WANTED?BY A WIDOW LADY, AS O tesctu r on the |nuno or vocal music, or both, has been C in this country nine years; can talk some English. Can lie g. sen at Towers' Hotel lor lour days. ft rpUE HORACE WATERS PIANOS AND MELODEON8 T X and Alexandre Organs, and T. Oilbert A Cu.'s celebrated si Atolian Pianos, are the hnesl instruinenia lor parlor and churches now in use. A large assortment can be seen at the r new warerooms, No. ihl Broadway, between Urand and * Broome streets, which will be sold at extremely low prices. 4 l'iauos and Melodeons, from sundry makers, new and second band, to let, and rent allowed If purchased as per agreement. Monthly payments received for the same. Sheet Music, Music Books and all kinds of Music Merchandise at war " prices. A pianist In attenilanoe will try new music. I Tenor and organist wanted to fill temporary vacancies in an Episcopal choir. A lores* Immediately, with lull particulars, expected salary, references, Ac., Teuipus, llerahl olBce. WANTED-A SITUATION IN A QUARTETTE CHOIR in an Episcopal church as Haas Singer, by one who has had twelve years' experience in the service. Address E. M. U.. box 1,1(0 Post office, N. Y. WANTED?A CONTRALTO FAMILIAR WITH THE service of ihe Protestant choroid s, desires an engagement in a choir (uuirtette preferred) in ibis city or its vicinity. Terms moderate. Apply iu person or by tetter to S. T. Uordon, 706 Broadway. ~ . MSTRVCTIOS. A YOUNG LADY, COMPETENT TO TBACH THE English branches. With music, desires a situation In a senool or as governess to young children; the best ot rete- ] rem*. Address A., box 63/, Troy, New Yo(k. ALVDY DESIRES A SITUATION AS Nl'RSERY GOVeriicas, to teach English brancues aud music; willing to l.ikc tin 1 utile charge ol mi lid reu, well experienced in the ai l of making children's clothes. Address Governess, station G. A SPANISH LADY, NATIVE OF MADRID, 8PEAKing tun English, French and Spanish languages Hueniiy, would like to give instruction In the throe aoove. Add rem, Trai ner, or cull ut 173 East Tenth street, corner of Third avenue. \LADY WILL GIVE INSTRUCTIONS IN GOLD embroidery in all Its branches. Shoulder snaps and oilier nruuineuts lor sol,Hers spec a ly taught. Direct Miss Lec, Union si|iiurc Post mine, wl h addrc.-s. AN AMERICAN LADY, WITH THE BESf OF REFErente, will receive a lew more pupils lor Instructions In any 01 the Eugii.-li branches, or on the 1'iauo. Terms moucraic. Room 7. Clinton Hull, Astor place. AT $200.?WRITING, 20 LESSONS; BOOKKEEPING I klii, .es-ons unlimited; Penmanship MilArUkMIK, ii r 7b lessons each, $1U. 62 Bowery uiul 2~J r'uliou street, Brooklyn. Ana spl ndld penman unrt |skliriil tea- tier, Co.. J 1'aIM, lias no superior.?Newport Nrwi. ' Academy ok penmanship, bookkeeping, A illume tic, Jtr., 362 Broadway?Conliuoed oy \V. c. v IIUOiiLAND, tor many yeura won Oliver B. Goldsmith. N" ilassrs; thorough practical Instruction, Willi earnest, u eureiiil attention. Open day and cieutug. Terms moderate. h AfCOl NTS, ac.?GOLDSMITH'S WHITISH AND t liookki i jiing rooms. 2Xi Hruauwuy, Mullat BulliUu.!, ' and No. 6 Fourth avenue. Imuou Eighth atreel. Ladles ami 0 r- 11 emeu cull have urn ale 01 class instruction, day or even- * rug. OLIVER 11. OOLiliHMlTII n AMBRICAN SCHOOL INSTITUTE, 998 BROADWAY? Buppiir* aubovi* Hilli Lschrre and fiaruuta with school | circulars, without charge. Wanted, Presbyieriai pmrp. J tress, tor female seminary; daily number of i-enmansliip, in New York; alao a native Kreucii lady, Pisilcaunt. ] u. s woodman a co. J PARIS, FRANCE.?AMERICAN, FRENCH AND ITA- 1 nun Collegiate Inst l.ite, lor the reception of a limit <1 J number ol yoiiug ladlea 11a parlor l-oaruiT*, established near. Paris. Korclreiitaia, Ae., apply at the olbee ol II. U. Nichola, 1 Esq., 24 Pine litre, t, New Yol k, or J. M. Nichola, 126 Peai 1 ' street. New York. Resident governess?a young lady fully ( eompetent to Irai h the usual En,oish bram hee, French and luduneuts ol Music, alao embroidery, and who would 1 assist in the children's sewing, wishes au engagement In the J city or within a few niUea, at a moderate salary. Address < Y. Y., Brooklyit Post otliee. t Spanish language.-prokkssor y de la loha ' has returned 10 thlacity, where be will resume his Instruction In the above language. Ills fi lends and fuitner pupils may address or call on him at 131 N inth street, near J Broadway. c Spanish languaue.-an experienced teach- j ar, a native of Spain, would like to make some arrangementa aa regards teaching In some college, or would give private lraaons. Has the best of references. Address Kenor Eapanol, No. 90 East Houston street. j WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY, COMPETENT TO teach the English branches and French, a situation ae resident or nailing governess. Address Governess, New J York Post oilier. a LOST AND POUND* j LUST-ON SUNDAY EVENING, TUE 9UTII INSTANT " rough haired Scotch Terrier Slut. anawera to the name or Fan. A liberal reward will be paid by returning her to ,J 63 Eul Fourteenth alreel. | Lost? jn last hunday evening, a mink vie- \ torliie. going down Twcniieiu elreei from Slitb avenue . to Ninth nTeinir, and down Ninth avenue to Nint'ieentb atrwI, thence to Tenth avenue. The Under will be liberally i rewarded by leaving the entne at 76 Weil Twentieth etrevt or ' at No. 8 Warren etreet. Lost?on tiie steamer mattano or cars on \ the route to Kluabtng, on Thttraday morning lnal, a smail gray Btirk?klii Wallet, containing about forty d<>:iara. The i Under will he liberally rewarded and reeelee the thanka ol' a ' lady by leaving the aame at No. 4 Weat Thirteenth atreet. LOBT?CERTIFICATE NO. 3..t52. DATED OCT. J, 18C1 * for two aharee of the preferretl etock of the Morrla Canal aud Banking Company, of Newjeraey.il) the name of 1 Sarah Maria Webb, who will apply to aald company lor a J new certiiu-ate. o LOST?M tRCII ?, a OREEN POCKETHOOK, CON- ' talnlng eonie Treaaory notea, aome ailver and a i lin k fur tha tn ttlnee ol seat No. stf. By inquiring at Florence'!, where It wee Inat, the geotleiuan will hud the owner aud will receive a liberal reward. j Lost-at hddson river railroad depot, Twrlllk alreel, a Po< get Book, containing St, a gold ring f and attid, with aome receipted freight hllla. The fliider, by leaving It at the freight uaiee, will rwalve a reward of $3 la i addition to the money la the pocket hook. I I t oht?on monday afternoon. uoino from jj Thirteenth iir.-n through Plfth ?"n ue, fourteenth \ trrrt to University place, or In a Fourteenth street ?nJ Mnih avenue stage, a Mink MnIT. A liberal reward will be glvrn en returning the same to 19 Went Thirteenth street LOST-HANK BOOK NO. 96,613 ON MANHATTAN HAVinga Institution. The Under, by leaving It at the bank, coin r ot H roadway and Btoocker at reel, will oonfer a favor ou the owner. SUM OF MONEY WArt POUND BIX WEEKS AOO. Let the owner Inquire at MS Wett Houaton street. In the <' rear, tip ataire, and be will net intelligence of It. I STRAYED?PROS| Ml WEST TIIIR TY-FIKTII STREET. | on Sunday evening, March 90, a small while atul cream color d Poodle (miied breed), eight Dionthe old; s hewers io ll.a name of Beauiv. Whoever will rrtnrn the game io the above address will receive a liberal reward and thanks of I the owner. j KJbAV \IIDh. (I>?J REWARD-LOST, A BLUE BROWN LONO ipil haired Terrier Slut, cropped ears, anotti ten iimnttia ' old. Return to 131 Broad street. II BALDWIN. ; ' dOlt REWARD.?STRAYED KROM IIKR HOME, <>N tJl^W Friday, March 38. a white and light null Italian tlrcy] k.n..it Sl.tl; anatvers to the name of Lilly. The above rwi ward will lie paid on return.tig her to 86 Wrst Twentyi , s ve ntli street. ? I tifOI REWARD-L'?ST, A POt'KKTBOOK, CON Ifji) ta intt' .ihoni EV?. pnrtiy gnverniiientSolea,Bc ,niul J kin ill ail> -r. iioocar t in tin! p,o|n ieti>r k naim . Tae lunler wl. reel e I'm abort reward anil no ?|iiee;lon? asked. Apply o li. 81 MEK, No. 36 Chatham atrcet. J MEET. niciUiAvyooi. T PRICES TO SUIT KVKRY HOI SEKKKPEH. L Si h udid St.vei I'U rl | , p $J Otl a i ver Plated Teaspoons (t perduien ver Plated Table Forks $1 j ?-r doren. it y HudW T.itde Kn ves $ ? p,.r dozen. jrv Handle Des en Knives$.J6j pci do/ n. In immense slock of loosing uteiodls. ret rigera tors ami iim Seeping articles at equally low piius*. The most uxteue assortment in the city at E. I). BASSO!U> 8 extensive am* furnishing bt/aar, In Cooper Institute building, on tor plai e, one Mock from Br-udu a: RODIE'8 DYSPEPSIA PILLS?A SAKE AND BE ; "*"* forty fnr every disease arlgtnattn In* nis- ] It-red state of the Mumach. Your drucgtsl sell* them. D. i BARNES, ge m-rai agent, 2112 Broadway, New York. kR. J R NEWTON, PRACTICAL PHYSICIAN IO!t i ' chronic dlMUH, OQI 19) Km |l|ktMitb MM*), fcir uadwuy. | IRESII BITTER RECEIVED DAILY IN PAILS, TUBS, firkins and dairies; aUu various grades ol good low eed Butler lor rale at lire lowest wholesale prices, Liy it LEWIS, 73 Vesey atreet, N. Y nUANOS. ?IAM NOW SELLING MAKER'S ISLAM* IX Guano ol the Bust quality. Also other Uuanoa of tire -si approVi d kinds In uuuuUUeH to anil pureliaaers, at the vest prices. JOHN B. HARDY. 58 South street, corner ol Wall, N. Y. uvalid.?'you will an the recipe for a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Consutiiui on, ve , hy send; to D. ADEE, 381 Pearl street, N. V. lie seuda It lree. elte for il?It lias cured thous.uxiH. OW, SON A HEN BO A 'S SOAPS AND I'KUKCMERY. MR. G. II. BENBOW, nf the above Arm, so long known to e Allot ran Trade, Informs his friends and natrons that ic p irtaershl|i having expired with Mr. Low) he tuts t ik -n lo pat luersh.p his sou, llenry Hruhow, who lots b-'i o many ars e iniieeted with the ate lirm. O. II. Benbow having rehased the share of the buamesa belonging to Robert iw, Sr., who was the original proprietor ol LOW'S BllOWN WINDSOR SOAP. AC. Benbow A Sou will continue tin- manufacture ol that stipe >r artlele, having had the sole management fur several lira. Also, ol ONKY, GLYCERINS. EANCY SOAPS, POMADES, PERFUMES, BRUSHES, AC.. e duality of whieh, they guarantee equal to any imported to the American market. Buyers visiting En .laud the preeent year ure requested to amine our goods ami prices, without Incurring tlie otillgajU to purchase. BENBOW A SON, No. 12 Little Britain. Eon ton. JRS. EVELINE MORRIS. LETTER WRITER AND 'X C.ibyl-l, m her rooms, ?n Bra.nl??y, htuii i ikkit.idles 60 cents; letters written for gentlemen, gits). Hours A. M. (1114 r. M. N. H.-To which ,-he has added Shin using and Plain Sew my in ml iim brunches, done by either tad nr ma hill' . TO. 1.?SEEK AND YE SHALL FIND MOKE KNOW x ledge iU.iii you ever did belure for the name rout, l'roolions were rapid in the French army when real merit \va? iscorered, aud so anything ol French orl.m that bus Ihe al merit lo it is heyunnii:: to be in mir own country. If ery man knew the real merits of a new ar'icle that every an waiite, thut nut one in a inhlioii ever heard of before, le cia.i tvoiiid be no price tor It. Direct your name ii|mn mi iveln| e. with return postage, and enclose to my address, id you will ree -ive a circular giving full particulars. OSCAR E. LAMB, box 332 1'oat olilce, Boston, Mass. SECOND HAND MACHINERY. STEAM ENGINES 5 Boilers, Lattira, Planers, Drilling Machines, I'ii?' Heaters ir nil lactones; Caa P.pe ami Killings, Shafting, Belling illlina ami other machinery; also all kiln's of Blacksmiths oom. New and second hand Steam and Hand Pumps tor lie by WM. D. ANDREW H .* BRO.. 414 Water street. JKIRT MANUFACTURERS, DESIROUS OF SUPPLYJ lug a hist class jobhlug Iiuum , will please undress box ,032 Post office. SPECIAL. NOTICES. ~ ~ IIKOOKLYN MEKCANTLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. D ELECTION, THUItsDA Y, April J, 1382. INDEPENDENT TICKET. For President, JAMES TJ10KNE, ) West Bailie street. Clerk with Tnwnsend, Clinch A Dike. Vice Pres'd. nt. FRANKLIN WOODRUFF, 102 Rsmsen street. Merchant?Woodruff k Robinsons Corresponding Hecrrlarr, A. V. B. VAn DYCK" 410 Hcnr; street. Clerk with Allen', llazen k Co. Keeordli a Secretary, CHARLES W. HEERE, No. 7 Hanson place. C'e. k with Beetle k Brother. Treasurer. GEORGE W. WHITE, Mansion House. Cashier nl' Mechanics' Bank, Brooklyn. Dir ctora, HENRY W. MERIAM, 22 Plerrep-.nl street. Civil Engineer. W1LL|AM MIERF.K, 12 East Warren atreet. Cletk In Mi-uopolitan Bank, N. T. U. HUBERT VAN W At i EN EN, 33 Pierrepnlnt street. Intwyer. GILBERT L. ItAlGllf, 39 Smith atreet. With Anutricjui En hange Bank. N. Y. JAMES HOW. JM , 83 Willow street. Clerk with How A Whlltaker. P Si. MYERS 110 Second place. Bankei ? p. if. Myers A Co. JOHN R. KENNADAY, ISO Joralcmon street. Lawyer?Cheaters A Kennaday. FRANKLIN W. TAhER, 100 Jay street. lutwyer?Bin oner A Taber. WALTER K. PAYE. on OI..I- - ?-I I..U|.?| WaA.nW Vieo tn.nr nn* Company, Brooklyn. Inspector* id Election, FRANCIS h. DANA. 1M Henry street. F. M. BAS8ETT. corner Court ami Atlantic streets. UEU. C. WHITE, .In., 2! Bergen street. A. I OUKK HI LL, A M. COFFIN. KDWAIUy C. HIEEINOS, Cotittuillcc on Nominations. Dated IlsniKiTW, March 2#. P?li2. VTOTICK-SECOND MECHANICS' KIIILDINO ASSOLi elation.?The members ol the above association are reluestcd to attend a meeting on Tuesday, April I. at 7 o'clock *. M., at 1D7 Uratnl street. JACOB I'KOARR, Kec'y. PERSONAL. A LADV, WELL EDUCATED, WlIO, UNTIE NOW t\. has been urrupylm.-a good position in SO. lety, whose iisbantl is n. California, helm; obliged by a sudden change f fortune to lessen expenses, would like to flud a latly of he highest resp. viability, who would either keep for a while r adopt Iter beautiful daughter, a Spanish uirl, 11 years old, f a go u| and loving disposition, and intelligent. Address, rllh real name, Mr . H ..II. a. Union st|uare Post oltlee. No otter will be taken nideas ot perrons of the hi ;h- si responihlllty and menus. BUTCHERS' AND DKOVERS' BANK. SATURDAY altemoon, three o'tito k DEAR WILEIAM?WHERE IS MY BOOKCASE THAT you promt' "I me for my New Year's present! M AKY. EIAIT1IFUL-I W0U1.D WHITE IF I KNEW THE C add' ' sa. Please send immediately. D***. ^JEORtiE?COME DOWN APRIL I. &S. ti -SEND THE OLD MAN THIS MOKNINO. . IE T. 0. HUOH MeKIBBEN.?INFORMATION WANTED OF Hugh McKibben, a native of Ireland, who came tu this ouutry some years ago. Any person knowing anything or telng enabled to give any iuformalion ot him. whether he be ivliigor dead, will be rewarded. Address box 2,522 New fork Peat odlc ". ivuiduitiiiv tri*Tvn_nv utxnvi. .map hv L Bou/a Marhstlo, a sailor, sun of Kosa Candida <!> BettniMiirt, of ilit- Island <>t Tercelra, who Is said ?o have rrvlded lu Sew Bedford and salted from there. Inquire at the Portilpirae Consulate, 92 Pearl street, New York. INFORMATION WANTED?OF A YOl'NU WOMAN L named Ellen Mnhegan. Any information of her will lw bankrolls received by her brother, at Mrs. Ilalky's, No. AM A ster street, N. Y. INFORMATION WANTED?OF THE BROTHER AND I sisters ul John Dillon, who served his time ss steward and :ardener to Lord Dtinaaudle, or the county Hal way. Ireland. A'hen they were last heard of they were living in the city of Imoklyn. Any Inronnatlnn will he thankfully received by )r. John R. O liars. 11 Amity street, New York. INFORMATION WANTKD-OF THB WHEREABOUTS L of Jutnes Klaunegan, a lad about 14 years ol age, ? ho eft his home on Saturday, the 29th ult. All persona are for ud harboring blni, as they will lie dealt with aicudlng to aw. JAMES FKKLY. Ml Third avenue INFORMATION WANTED-OF JOHN McOCCKIAN. I who sailed In the North Briton from Lordonderry, Ire' and, on the 2Jd of February, IS6I, and landed lu Portland, i|e., and eamn on to New York . is a cooper by trade. By ailing at Castle Harden, he will lieur rnim Ills parents. IF FRANX OR (1EOKHE LASORIDUE, OF ST. ALBANS, L England, will apply to No. 7 Smith William street. Newfork, they w ill hear of something to their advantage JANE?I WI81I TO SEE YOU ON BUSINESS. PLEASE give me an answer. W11,LI AM. M"R8. NANCY ARMSTRONG?INIOKMAtlON I< .vl wanted of the when a >oula of Mrs. Nsin y, the w Idow f Wm, Armstrong, by hrr cousin, Mrs. Anderson, of Oconn, Wisconsin. Apply lo Rarsiow A I'ope, 9* Pine street. PRRBONAL?MRS. ELIZABETH L. NONRtlE, LATE of Cayuga county, N. Y., will hear of somrti.li'i; to her id vantage by railing on or addressing C. W. Smith, No. 2 New Chambers strert. New York. . .vvw WHO pli-trm it a vaf.l'ari.r point JL lare Handkerchief nn Ihc Z7th ln?t. at a laatilonalile dree* unking eatablUhinent In Twririh ?lreet. will plca?e return It *> the owner, Mia* Joaepbinn Wood*. 143 Eighth atrral, letweeu Broadway and Fourth avanua, S. V. rruly. k a.-rleabkcorrb*pond. if you wish an Interview. WILL MRS M L. D CALL AT THE POST OKFK'I fur a latter f NHiLINRRY, AC. AT 0 RICHMOND a CO.'*. 7(0 RltOADWAT. BE twai n Ninth and Tenth ?ttret* ?Juat received. rer| <holrep?i tenia of ladle*' dram Cap*. Head llreanea, Mourn' III! and Illualon Good*. We will upon early In April a t>ranct jf thl* More at HI Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel, lor the accommodation of our Brooklyn, Jaraej and Stalin Inland cuatomar*. BARGAINS THIS WEEK.?SI'RINtl BONNETS, NEW atyiaa, Silk Bonnet*, Travelling Bonnet*, Straw Bun tela, Mourning Honnata, I'wtein B nneta. Oraat Hargam* rlrtldien'* llnta L MiNNS' Milliner,, ?S| Broadway, Ml jppualte the Metropolitan llotal. Trimmer wanted. MRS. JOSEPHINE FINIKI.8. 54 KA.-T THIRTEENTH atreet, betweeii Broadway ami Unlreratiy (dure, wll npen on Tbttraday, April S, an aaaortmrui of pari* Bon neta, Ac. Madame a. nourhit, 48 H eeckrr atieet, nenr Broadway, Inrnrm* the ladiea of New York ttint alio Inn lately received, from eunte of the very Brat hotttr* in Par.*, a rich and Pent tlfnl a*eortment of HPRl.NO BONNETS, STRAW UOoDS ANT? FI.O WERE, Ml Ml ,,,NS ANO NU.tiMIMlS. AI?o, fr mi Brtia?'da, a no and h lid-on- M 'ec loiiuf point, chanFilly and uuipurk l v, as. 5 HKlSKt, ROOMS, d>C., WAITED. A SMUJ., FAMILY DESIRK TO RE NT THE UPPER /\ nf Lower Part of i convenient Mouse In a rood neigh boi hood, not too iar up town; seven rooms, iiu lading one li.neraeiti, reuuiicd. A iair price will be given and will 1a liermanent if stilted Address V. Z . bo* 7*1 Post office. LVNGINK WANTED.?A HORIZONTAL STEAM EN ij * t r in III I to IJU it ji 'so ; tw.-r. \; |?ly to John Stuart, 1'. 5 lit ladway n'OfSE WANTED?IN BROOKLYN PREFERRED reut limit <500, * but j nit. In- j ma in w?iU4 in.ichlii i nf ibf lun-i approved kind. Address bo* 4.1US Now Yin * city 1' 'i oil to , stallm; ? }'!' of house, w lt.it improveuirii i inn. wliei lucan J. Ii toe properly sal s, would purchase dui inn t e year, making payment iu aloes* of a very deaira bie an 1 prospeiou* iiiaui.iaciuriug company. TJAKT OF A HOUSE WANTED? UNFURNISHED. WAV 1 lour or live roou.s, ill a rcspr,liable nelghi orhood, am if- vi r a mile or no tru o tlie t'ity H .11; rent must be low Address, Haying when pons ssion call be civ- n, .iccomuioda lion, locality, rem, Ac., John Worth.nglon, Herald office. I1ART OK A HOUSE WANTED?FOR A MAN, MIFF 1 a iC servant, four or lue room*; beloiv Eonrle uli | Mr.. r,.i,t alMint $JOH. Ad Ires* L. M., Ikj* 4,581 i'ost ollno git log lull partio ilitri to rave trouble. PAItT OF AN UNFURNISHED HOUSE WANTED-BM a respectable tunuly, either lower or upper part, nay livi or six room , wiui lonv. uii aces lor houo. Keeping, In a go.a ueighborbmsl; or a party willing to rent a limine with the ad vei tiser. Kent muKtbe niuderaie. Addles* foi three day E. W., Herald < (Hoe. Uf ANTED?FOR THE SUMMER SEASON, BY A PRI tale lamlly, o furnished Collage or Farm House ai Long Branch or in the vicinity, near the water preferred Ad.liess, giving particulars us to location, Ac., Jus. UeuderHin. bo* 11 i'osl ollice. N. Y. 117 AN TED?IN BROOKLYN?A MODES AM SI/.F VY House, iu good old' r, with all the modern iut proveue uts, situated between Fulton avenue and Beig.u sire, t and smith ami Power* street*, at a rent not to exc el f.. 1*1. Kent will lie paid 111 advance it necessary. Addres, House, Herald ollire. VI 'ANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN, WIFE AND INFANT V v pa11 of a house, unlui iiisiu d. suitable lor hotueltei p in;; most have gas and water; luealion bciow Fourte. ntl street. Address o. Y. 11 , bo* 2,560 Post olhoe, staling par Ui ll lai n, ,*e. WANTED?BY AN AMERICAN FAMILY OF TWf YV auults, a partly furuisue i Uou.o, In a good location Where Board Would be an ei{uii ale lit lor rent. The house o u widower preferred, who would not object to a few otliu boor .ers. Unexceptionable references given. Address D Benton, 155 East Tweniy-tbird street. WANTED?IN NEW YORK, BY A LADY OF II?FTC lability, a medium sized Hons -, with the uiodein un proveim nts, not higher up ihui Twenty-eighth street, th rent to be taken in Bo .rd i y the owner. Also some Form tore lor Board. Address C. M. L., Brooklyn Post ollice. 11TANTEl)?BY AN AMERICAN FAMILY OK 111RMl YV intuits, a partly furnisbe.t House, iu a good lis ad u wb* re the owner would consoler board an ei|Uitaleni io rent. The privilege of taking a few olh. r select boaruers tie. sired. U n.'xeeptio liable reference given. Address or cull oi llOKTON, 18 North Moore street, for two days. \l'ANTED?IS BROOKLYN, AN OFFICE FOR A LAI>\ vl I'lijsl. uu. Mult t>o on Hi hi floor and In a good ioesthdi I'nex. ep,tunable lekretwca giveu mid reunited. Addrtps A M. D , Brooklyn. \1TANTED?BY THE 1ST OK MAY, KOL'R UNFUK If nuhol R. xiii, it mi a boor, by a uian and hi# w Re, in a liuusu occupied l>y not more than ou? or two families; loo* tion from Sixteenth to Thirtieth streets, near Sixth avenue Rent must be low. Address lor lour days A. B , box 101 Herald office, AIT ANTED?A KILL SIZED HOUSE IN A OOOD LO TT cation In Now Yora. part payment lu val i.iole Wil ltaiusburg property and the balance in cash. AudreaaM E E., box bat) Post otno.*. WANTED-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS, SUITABLi lor housekeeping, ou tlie second Hour; located be. twecn Uleecker atid I uurtei'iith streets and Second ana Sixth avenues, for two ladles and gentlemen. Address S T., Ikix 47t> New Yora Foil ollice. WANTED?BY A PHYSICIAN, OFFICE AND BED v T room, between Fourth and Sixth avenues, lu Twenty third street, with or wnnoiii meals. Address M. D., sla t o.i D. WANTED?BY A HERMAN FAMILY, WITH CHIL dren, Part of a House, with thine or four roasna ana a small garden. In the up,.er portion ol the rltjr, betweei Second and Fourth avenue*. Kent not to exceed nM er $12 Apply toll. SaCIIES. 161 Fulton atreet. WANTED?IN BROOKLYN, BY AN AMERICAN lauiily, a purtially I m ulshed Hoiiae, with laodem lm protemeiits, w, re the tent would be taken In board and tha privilege allow ed of taking a few other boarders, near At untie or Fulton lerry. Aduresa A. B. C., Herald office. WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN AND H1H WIFE, three rooms, with modern improvements, in a genista neighborhood ou the west side of the city, between 4th anc 26th sis. The lady, wbo la su accomplished muakian, deslrci to give music lessons in part paymcut of rent. Apply at >31 Bruudway, Dressler's Muaic store. WANTED-PART OF A HOUSE, FOR A SMALL family. Location to be West of Bixlii avVtuie ant south of Fourteenth street. Address box <0 Post office, sine ing rent. WANTED?A FURNISHED COUNTRY RE8IDENCB replete with everything. tequisiie lor housekeeping, within one hour's ride of New lork, with the privilege an taklint a few hrat class busrdera. Address Mrs. E. W., J,28i Broadway. WANTED?A SECOND FLOOR, TWO ROOMS AND three Bedrooms, near Wasbiugu.n Parade liruuud. h] Addre** 1). Ili rald olttce. WANTED?FOR A FAMILY OF TWO, THREH Roouia, at about per mouth. Addreta Fapei Hauler, Madison square I'oat nflice. WANTED-TO RENT IN NEW YORK, OK A FKIVATB family, ball ul an unfurnished liou?e; no amall eluiureu prelcin-d. Referent ? given had required; nlatu leruim mutt b,- low. Addrcw H. M. H.t ISO William street. "117ANTED?IN BROOKLYN, BY A FAMILY 01 Vi turn' adulia. a Floor ol lour Room-, wtili water and gin; location within twenty minutes' walk of thi* t'lty Hall, Address, Mating n ut and all parlh ulura, Adams, Eagle olEco Brooklyn. "I17ANTED?A FIRST OK SECOND FLOOR, IN A FIRST TT class bouse. It muM be between First itiul TwcnUetl ?im la, and Fust nud Fourth avenues. Kent from ?22JM t'ili |a-r Hiiuuiui quarterly or in.intlilv in advance; family o. three person*. Addrra* lor two days M. O., Broadway Fob ofllce. WANTED TO HIKE-IN A IIOI'SE WHERE TIIKKh i? nut more ibau one or lao lamillra, a f loor containIn. siv loouiK, with tin* and wain . r> nt mum be moderate Addicas. Mating lull particular*. K. S. T., Ilerald olllcc. WANTED TO LEASE?SOME FIRST CLASS TBNE, lueul Houses, lor uhich a lair r, lit and toe beat ol city reference will lie given. Apply to or address M. Burke No. 1SI ElLabeih afreet. HOTSUk Biddle house, DETROIT?Tula Hotel la now oprn for the a., roliiniodaimii of gut Ma. Ita location, 00 JeOeraoe avenue and Randolph street, with a front of twa hundred fret on each Ms-el, t* the mom airy and delightful In the city, ami- olivenlent to all Ihu railroad*. The entire arrangement of l hie establishment lathe reeultof jreara el pel Ice -I In the Ileal bou?ea In the country, and talurniahea in the beat style, the nudei-ilftied hav mg la-en the brat and former proprietor* of the American Hotel, New York eltjrl House, Chicago. Ttic reputation of these hotels, as regards management, is a anre evidence that the guests 01 the Be Mis Hou-e will meet ? lib all the comforts of a home and good attention, at molcrate charges. J. A A. B. TABKR, Propi latere. CO/7.ens' NEW HOTEL. AT WEST POINT, WILL open on Saturday, the 31st May. Tun undersigned ta now prepared to make arrangements wltli families lor iba e-taon. He baa also four Cottagea to rent, to o ot which hare kitchen arraugemeula for a complete eatablkabiurnt. W.M. B. COZXKN8. NCW8PAPERI. i Mrs. HANKINS' paper -ETIQUETTE, arts or Beauty, Uamea, Courting, Original Story of a ' FY mat'' Sp>, Pictures, ac. Unlike oilier pap-re. Try It. I Price t reu is, or 75 cents a year. Very entertaining. Otn a No. 50 Walker atreet. EIPREIIEI. Abi rniiam s pi rnitckk express and pack. lug Establishment, 115 Weat Klereiilh atreet. betwee n Piltli ami Si\t i avenn. Household Furniture boiad sill ablppeil to .ill purta of the world. Covered wagnna for in* moving lurolture of families. Purniture atore<L RSOMERVl LLK'S PURNITURE EXPRESS AMD packing establishment, 1 Ml Varl k street; lini.s-ho d furniture bou'd and shipjied t" all parte of the world. Cover, ed wagons lor removing furniture to and from the country. Furniture stored. ~ TOO IsATK FOR CLASSIFICATION. AT 77 BLEECKER STREET, THE HlOHEST CASH puce advanced on Diamonds, \\ niche., Jewelry, ' Planus, Dry OcHida, Secjara, Ar N R?Pawnbrokers ticket* bought. II. NtWrON, 77 Bleeeker street, up stairs. AT 3115 BKO VDWAY, CORNER OF Dt'ANE STREET? Money advanced t> any amount on Diamonds, Wsthes, Jewelry, Merchandise In bond, Ac. T. II KEKSI.no, sue. tloneer and general broker, 305 Broad way, corner ol Dan* treat. AN ORDER Jl'ST RECEIVED.?A LARUE QUANTITY of cast off Clothing must be purchased within a short time. Lad lea or gentU men having any to dis|n>s. ui can <>b? tatna higher price lhan ever Icefore, by railing en oraddreaa. Ing KM./'1 Sltlh avenue. fmi ran pMrm "eing hum >m. 3rd liv other Inl-e pretender*: al.n Carpet.. Furniture and rwrrlri lnujil. Ln lie--attended b; Mr- E II I'lo ri*. member and tr\ 7f Sixth avenue, nr?r Warer.ey pie r A reminder -dr. barrow. im hlrri sew alt eel, lour uoora lr?m m.icuougal ?tr*et, N. Y. Otllca hour. from 11 till 1 . nil from 4 to A Mrs ai>dik banker. tiib well known shirim If at Mc'tltini and Clalna ant. can he ennaiilled ua.iy at h?r room-, 2N2 Fourth avenue, near Twf nix-Mound Mrrti Medical and bualne?a advice given. Madame hknri, onlt one week lonckk. During Ibla young lady'a flail to Ihn etly ahr hacauaed the inn.l tnlen.. aenaal.on by hff i?i"l ln,;olar?nd ' truthful rev eiallnna. Madame can gire etrtrtly true tnf..r? mattnn on Hualneaa, Lore, Lu.aee, tllvra good lurk in > all without charge llrr reception rootna an .No. SO Wr?? ? Broad* ay, corner of Leonard atrccl. ovar the Htthlnn a'.ore. ' Name an door. ' ]{,kady 'Yankee notions, for mat AmongltawntantawRI be foaad A Montlim ?Mf: Zan* nilhaioiifalltBi ? iet"'y Pfrformad by Mr. Hull, Jeff. Taken a Ivfoinio the Future: Jonathan a Cnlp Raaket. Fitiunoei Northern Change?Southern Bv change; Ini.niry Tactical 811m Plcklna; Monkey Jeff, in a Kl\; llad Him Tuair; V.u J iv i-"iit Hu-a Marine; Havia Strait., The H mthein tlOrlR I la Cornered at Lax; Unr National hird (In ol, u al. r>( Sontethiint to Lay Up for a Rilny Duy; Iron ra, Wond. U S, N Photographa, fnmi a Family Allium. Price, one dollar a rear Single nnnibera, ten rentt. ror .ale he all new* Scaler*. Publl.bed by T. AY, hTKONU, 98 Na.a.iii itreel, Ne iv Turk. 1r?0R HRIDOEI'ORT -FABE FIFTY CENTS?711a 1 .leainrr MHIHtihl'OltT "III hare I' , * 11|r l:.i<4 river, every Tttea ;ay, Tu rwlsy knit S.iUinlar, a IJ lo. k I noon, arriving in Bn g p.,rt in tluio in ionn. i t Ith .ill ru I pre.almm*. b lnr il.it. I n . a llridg p u > ev*if M iiidnyJ I w elm a-lay and FrF nj. .. 1 , "Mnk, on lite ari .val of tR | n?iv Haven car*. i ti**. t.iaen.

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