Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 18, 1862, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 18, 1862 Page 3
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UOVflVR, ROOMS, AC., TO UT. A* RARE 011AIICH.?TO LET, TUB TWO THRBB tor/ and basement iioueea No*. 239 and Ml Spring street. Have been occupied aa Hoard.ug bouses for the tarn aeveu year# The hounes are In good repair, with ail modern Improvements Thi? is a chance seldom met with, aa there me two families and four young men that will r main aa wrmanrm boarders Apply to JOHN H ACKER No 9 gtatdnngal at-eel. The bouses contain about twenty room* Tj c rent Ik moderate. A FOUNDRY TO LET- VERY LOW, AT EI NO HI NO, N. y., or will be aold at a bargain, or exchanged for city property; hue Hiram engine, Ac. Tbia ia the cheapest rent ever oUerrd. Aildrexa Koundry, Herald uflice. AtlKNTLEM AN'H SUBURBAN RESIDENCE TO LET? In Weal Eighty-fourth street, one block from Central Park, in full view, comprising a three at cry go thlc Cottage, carriage houae, stable and greenhouse, and eight lota in Harden hi.Hd with choice ahruba and fruit treea; rent very low h> a careful aud ruapoaeinle family. Apply to B. II TAY10R, 1:<U Broadway, rear Insurance oflloe, or to DOVALK A CO , 99 South at reel. A BAKERY TO LET-NO 138 WEKT TENTII STREET, between Hudaon and Blaeckrr streets, consisting of bakehouHO, atortrooin, kitchen and three bedrooms, all for (300 per annum. 100 families within 300 feet of bakery. Inquire of E L. A B. T. BURNUAkl, All Hudaonstreet. A FIRST clash THREE STORY BROWN hto.NU Houae, 239 Weat Fiftieth iireel, to let; la in fine order and has gas fixture* throughout; rent (601; also one half of XK>, aame row and clans, reut (200. Apply at 196 West Fiftieth street. A neat, small, three sTonr. won stoop House to rent in Weal Twentieth street, ne?r Eigbih avenue, In line order; freaeoed parlore,modern conveniences, as fixtures, everything complete. Kent (MO. _J. R. EDWARDS, an West Tweuty-thlrd etreet. Aqertiiel three ntuki *nu ii.wb.mmi high stoop House to lot, 88 Islington avenue; all loilinittuuiili; recently painted and put in complete order, and neatly fitted up For the owner's nee; rent low. May be aoondtutng the dajr and evening. Apply on premium. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SECOND STORY TO lea?In a modem ho nee, occupied by a email gonteel Keforeuoeo required. Apply at 86 Went Tbirteentb A LIQUOR STORE TO LET and FIXTURES for sale ?line a large room on the name Uoor with tbe atorej rent low. Inquire at 91 Mulberry street, near New A CHOICE OF PLEASANT ROOMS. TO LET, ON THE first and second floors of a private kous<>, with bath. gas. chandeliers, Ac., the advertiser having more room than he wiahea to occupy. Rent very low. Apply at No. 104 West Twenty-sixth street Possession immediately. At long branch.?to let, a cottage and oakden, with stable room, within a lew mlnutee' walk of the railroad depot, and near the sea. Apply to H. B. LEWIS, No. 73 Vesey street, New York, or N. W. 'IROL'TMAN, near the premises. A desirable furnished cottage to let-on the seashore: good bathing, fishing; use of stable, carnage bouse, Ac. Terms made known and plan oI the place te he seen at fill Amity street. A HOUSE TO LET-NO. 161 WEST TWELFTH STREET, with all the modern improvement*. ' Inquire of W. K. BKJNCKEKHOFF, Sun Insurance Company, 49 Wail street. Alto a^CidUgc to let, at Sing Sing, one utile from the lauding. A HANDSOME BROWN STONE HOUSE TO LET VERY low?No. 193 West Forty-seventh etreet; high stoop, three story, 90x00, with all tho modern improvements; brst class neighborhood. Apply to C. L. JONES, No. 10 Union square, rrom 8^ to lu A. M .audfi to 6 P. M.; ortoN. B. HC1X1E, 68 William street. A RARE CHANCE -TO LET, THE THREE STORY brick Store No. 91b Washington street, between Vesey and Barelay streets. Best of security required. Apply to JOHN O JROBINSON, CO WaU street, from 10 till 2. A splendid new house to let-no. 128 west Fifty-i bird street, between Broadway and Eighth avenue; three story and basement, high stoop, with all the uio nl*rn IgiinrnvAumnta Wrtrih MM* will ma Tnl tr? a tenant Terr low. ' Apply immediately to JOHN ftsTTRETCH, 418 Third avenue, near Thirty-Ural street^ B" ASBMBNT TO LET.?ALL THAT FINELY IXJCATEU Baaement Boom, corner of Broadway and Bond street. In one or three divisions, editable for a painter, plumber or any light mechanical work. Apply on the premise*. "DROOKLYN.-TO LET OR LEASE, A THREE STORY D and baaement brick Houee; a moat desirable residence, aittuttedln the beat part of Clinton street, No. 134, with every convenience; water, gas, Ac. Inquire of V. OEltBTY, No. o Old Blip, New York. CENTRAL PARE.?TO LET, A NEAT TWO STORY < and baaement Cottage, with gas, chandeliers and water, containing nine rooms and close'.a, on Scventy-tirst trcet, four doors east or Fourth avenue, (be Ramble entrance to tko Park. Inquire next door. COUNTRY RESIDENCE TO LET.?A HANDSOME Cottage and two acres of Land, barn, carriage bouse, plenty of fruit, large vegetable garden, and all the conveni. oi eJS for a pleasant country home, twenty mileo from city, on tho New llaven Railroad. Good boating and linking. Apply at 48 and-CO Eust Twenty-sixth atreet. | /10RNER STORE TO LET OR LEASE (A FIRST RATE . \J Stand for a flrat class grocery), Murray Hill, corner of Sixth avenue and Thirty-sixth street. Also, four aiory , marble front House, corner of Park (Fourth avenue) and Thirty-slith street, located opposite beautiful rarka, Mur ray IIill. Kent lotv to a good tenant. Apply to JOHN u. I HIUG1NS, 386 Sixth avenue, beiween Tinny--fourth and Tbirty-flltn streets. COUNTRY RE8IDENI E TO LET-AT i'ELHAM, Westchester rouuty, containing lifty-two arr< s of luno, I flu* largo house, and all necessary outbuildings; rent low. Apply to DEVELIN A MILLER, 38 Wall street. I lCMaunirtJU iu L??I?Ai A W Ait ' U pri"C, at Anaudule, Stavn Ifcl*?ud. Hour* has rliven < rooms, with oupoln, piar/a, shade twi, mean view; eight icrHj ten minutes irom tbe bench: forty-live minutes) fioiu the city. Rent$3<l0. Apply ut 1H John street. Doctor s office to let-with back room, furnished, desirably located in Earn Seventeenth street, near Irving place; rent 9900 per annum. Address F. W. H.. UOBroidway. a Bleoant house at low rent.?any one wanting a Ural class House, iu perfect uider, in line location, can leaiie the House No 118 West Forty-seventh street, with water closets, gns futures, mirrors, shades, Ac., very low, by applying at cure to N. f. BISHOP. 144 Broadway. TIMRNIgUED COTTAUES?AT KOCKAWAY, 1.0 Nd X* Island, to let, for the season; ten rooms each, with piaztaa on three side*; icehouses tilled; stables, ranees, waler, Ac.; fine ocean > lew; rent low. Apply to E. II. LI'11 low, No. 3 Pine street. Furnished cottage to let.?to let, at islif, L. I , a fine large furnished Cottage, with stable untl lawn. RaUroad comraumeailpii twice a day. Rent $490. Apply at 110 Front street, to j&unson A LAZARUS. Furnished house to let-on Brooklyn Heights, Renihen street, near Wall street ferry and Academy of Music; stone front, handsomely furnished, water, gss, Ac. Inquire or J. B. BERDELL. 9b Front street, New Yorh. _ _ Furnished house to let in south brook lyn.-A flri-t cia--* brown stone House, with all the mod- I 1 era Improvements, In Une order and nicely f urnished, to a family without boarders or small children. Address F. II , llerald office. Furnished iiou.-e to let.-a three story high stoop IIoiim.', No. 1 London terrace, with all modern improvements House ami neighborhood IIrat < 1 ms. Kent taken in boar.t, with privilege of other boarders. Iium -dlate possession given. For particulars call at HO West Thirtieth street. Furnished house.?a large house, near Broadway and tho principal hotels, over filty rooms, with ever;-convenience fora hotel, fully furnished, a lease can be obtslned reasonable; furniture cheap for cash or unencumbered real estnte. No agent need apply. Address Franklin, Herald ofllie. House >*o let.-a first class furnished Ho .jc in Twelfth street; has all tbe modern micro-, r- f latum, ami completely furnished, will be let low to a good tenant?$?00; ud immediate possession. Audioes Mortimer, station D, Bible House. Lake mahopao.-to let, a covntry residenif, furnished; the meet i entral soil desirable situation ?poo the lake; inacnllloent view, two acres of ground, ne grove, garden, rarriare house, liable, Ac. Mabopac bat mountain air. and It celebrated for health, drives, acenery, Ac. For paru<-iters apply at 161 East Thirteenth street. Loft and an ofticr to let-at no. * north William street, well lighted; the loft well adapted lor light manufacturing, real low. Apply at the ollkc, on the second floor, front It to J o'clock. New stores, to let-in tub most thriving village of this Slate tpopulation about 3,000, having doubled In a few yearaj, where the alerts of the war have not yet arrested build lurtnd the increase of Intelm e.; on the Erie Railway, 67 miles rrom New York, In the ocntie of a rich agricultural region. Kent AtiO, pi DO ami glbo. A rare chance gor grocers, ahoc etore, tddlery, millinery,dry goods, Yankee notion, or other store. Apply to or addres* O. J. BEEHE MlddleUiwn, Orange county. N. Y. OFFICES AND ROOMS TO LET-IN THAT SPI.ENdldly located and well lighted butlrilug, 6MJ Broadway, corner or Bond etreot. Largo or email Rooms. Apply on the promises. CTBADT STEAM POWER TO LET-LARUE AND U email Rooms, well Ughl-d, and steam ItSlstWsy. I'ossesal >n immediately, at 4J0 Water Street, between Plko und . Rutgers slips, OTEAM POWER?THE BEST CHANCE 10 START O economically in i> tsinesa is n?w <,Bored In I. m. Singer A Co.'s tmmeneo new building, on the cur en of Uelamey, Mangtn nr,dToin|>klns streets, witcro do tins end steady power aru Is ing i>.pidly let at incomparably low rates, Impure on the promises. SECOND STORY AND TART OK THIRD TO LET-TO a small f.imlly of ndtilis. All modem Improvements Huitsblu tor nlco. housekeeping. Nolglihorliuod unescenl llonanle. Kent jtUtO. Apply at 1W3 Wi si Thirtieth atreot. SKCUMJ FLOOR AM) PART OP TIIIED, TO RENT, > ID ft hoi*,! Ill Kuleera alreet, riem Henry, In irr- jj feel order; tn?, bath, lumrlc*, clo*ut*..fc.; good nelglW hood; fine yard; rent low Call at 3.1ft Broadway, r om No. f 3; no bill >n lionao. CKOOND PLOOR TO LET-ONE OR TWO OTHER i O Room*; privilege of bathroom Mid eiutionary waalttnba: 'J gaa; honao unwljr painted and put in good Mrdvi lo a aniall Amerlran family only; reference* erehangr I. Apply after f It) o'clock A. M. at 173 Kaat Soeenleenth atra-i. OECOND FLOOR TO LK-lT?WITH FOUR ROOMS, HOT ' O nml Colli water ami nailironm, Hani low to a dealrablti T tenant. Apply nt iW Baal Tenth Hrect. ________ SfATEN IHLAND?TO LET, A FARM HOUSE, * m arly new, t ntnlnlnig ten room*i.fe.r acra* of Mini. . i with hpi-n, *e.; tin ee mtica froW Port Richmond: rent f 173 ' r per anntini; or M ill lei lb* houae, principally fm nlanril, foi . Slikl for alx tnnnth*| ran I aie paamre lurVirse and C'i>v p Apply In N. KF.I.IY, it) Cedar alreet. I TO LET?THE SECOND AND THIRD PLOOIM OP linnae 13) Kant Twenty I tit id atrert, to iwo rr?pr. tahl* f famllira; Rornnd Pt.mr ha* In.nt and l>ark p?rlor*nd iv, o , ht drni rn*, kitchen and bathroom, wnh Uni and fold water, I and naiar i 'oert an ilour, with r,*?. third llooi ha* ail room*, tn'pili* "f In* owner on Arm tionr. f TOLET-A DESIRABLE HOUSE, 31 KINO STREET' S ivllh nifHleri 1mpiM\en,et|.M .y djtidedil ncrra it /la y. AI*o Hi* Kim I'liinr an ! Ilaacment, with Heilropm*, Ii ot M) \arlrk airmt. Iiit(iiir*nl M Km* alreet. r!;U~P?C0!}D ??u? T,,I,U> KLOOPS OP IIOI'ME rj ?l Weal twenty alMh airrel, lUMali.lnM fire morna o,,cii, a with water and gat; are eery welt a rmy, ,1 eor ,m,,t , h lira; fiif of Ne.*ind Rte-y $7*0. and rmrd rtinr. |l!l>' Hi* Ii owner ownpha Die lotvar ran. A',o a two ?:ore bin'tnc'.l It andallielranie llniu#, wi ) want an i *:,? fari A'/fti), ai o'r m to Jl. L\ A -.MniHONO, Ptonm* "" 7 , _ HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., TOJLMT. TO LET AT FORDIIAMT N. Y -A COTTAUB ABC Stables, with three vraa of garden, containing fruits o all Ciuda. Also. silly-live acres <rl Pasture Lend. A so, I slons House, suitable far a boarding house. For particular apply lo B. V. WELCH, V9 Kesde street, New York. rrO LET?THE THREE STORY AMD BAKEMEN1 X House No. IE East Thirty-second street, between Lea lug toil and Third avenues; baa gas, Cruton water, bath, Ac. rent $460. Inquire on the premises from 10 till 0 o'clock, oi to R RUSSELL, 127 Wsst Twenty Of lb street. TO LET?THE SECOND FLOOR OF HOUSE 200 WRU1 Thirty-fourth street, consisting of four Booms and Batu room, hot anil cold wauir, gas, Ac. House BrstcJasa. Ron I 00UO. For further particular* inquire on the premises. TO LET?THE FOUR HTOKY STORES NOS. 1,28* A ML 1,280 Broadway, between Tlilrty-tUIrd and ThlrtJ-fOUrtr. strests. Usual rent$l,utlOsach; will now rsutal the reduce rate of 0(100 each. Best of security required. Apply to E. D. LAWRENCE. 1,201 Broadway, between Thirty lirst and Thirty-second streets. TO LET?TI1E TIIRF.B STORY AND BASEMENT Dwelling House, brown stone front, No. 217 W>-st Kittieth street, complete Willi all the modi rn unprovemenis. Rent insult the time* Apply to EDWARD TJMFBON, 171 West Fiftieth street. TO LBT?TUB SECOND FLOOR OF HOUSE >20 WEST Tweuty eighth strn-t, one door from Niuth avenue; foui Rooms, two pantries, hot and cold water, hath and gas. with part of Cellar; a very desirable place for a small lamlly, in aclsan, quiet neigbb i hood. Keut $201). TO LBT?TO A SMALL FAMILY, A SECOND FLOOR, two rooms and two bedrooms; tr Fourth Floor, twe rooms sod three bedrooms, with gas, bath and use of Isuu dry, part of cellar, t'anbeseeu from IV tod o'clock at 18e East Twentieth street. rpO LET?FOR BUSINEHH PURPOSES, TWO OR FOUR X stories of a urick building. 2ui20 feet, in Twenty-sixth street, near Third sveotie; rent low. Apply st 120 East Twenly-aiaiti stem. fpO LET?IN^ UUTTENBURO, NEW JERSEY, RENT .& wi*. twu uuuwit; unu ruiibuio lur a uuenr, hhu ukw ovenand good well of water; the other will be lei out in room* Both have stable* attached. To be Men by applying to Sqiiira DWYEB, near the premises, or at Kobler A Pluck's Brewery, TO LE1VA TWO 8T0BY COTTAGE, WITH OARDEN. fruit trees, Ac., and barn, aituatod In West Blooraheid, N. J., one hour from the cliy and live minutes'walk from the depot. Rent *300. Apply to HARRISON A CRANE, near the premises. * TO LET?FIRST AND SECOND PLOOR8 OK477 THIRD avenue, near Thirty-fourth turret, consisting uf parlor and dining ro >m, kitchen, three bedrooma and six clcaeta; marble mantels, gas tlitnre* ami al modern improvement*. Apply on tbe pretniac*, to THOMAS NoPllKRSOM. TO LET?A HOUSE AND ONE ACRE OK LAND, AT Bath. L. I.; the house contain* eleven rooms, in good order. Apply to J. J. MOORE, opposite 145 West street. TO LE'C-A TWO STORY DWELLINO, IN GOOD ORdor, No. 8 Woo Her street, near Canal and Broadway; also No. 10; rent $660 and $600. A.Sccond Story, 351 Canal tre-L suitable for business, near Broadvv ay, $260. Apply to MAJOR THOMPSON, 26 Woostcr street. TO LET-ONE OK THOSE DESIRABLE 111GH STOOP Houses; also one of the low stoops, on Mansfield place, near Eighth avenue; said houses contain all the modern Improvement*. Rent low. Inquire on the premises, No. IS, or ol D. O. CROSBY, 133 Nassau street. TO LET-THE FOLLOWING PARTS OK HOUSES sta.?The lower parts of No. 242,216, 218 and 262 Went Thirteenth street; contain Ihc modern improvements and will be occupied by onlv two families. Rent low and location trst rate. Apply to ROBERT UK11BR, JR., 152 West Tbirtyfourib S i c?t. rpo LET?THB DWELLINO PART OK THE HOUHE NO A 111 Cherry street, near Catharine street, well adapted fora boarding house; also the second story of house 162 Henry street, near Jefferson street. Apply to J. STEEL, 111 Cherry street. TO LET?KURNIBHED OR UNFURNISHED. THE OApaciuus Building, 86 Spring street, oue door east of Bioadway. It is suitable for elisor a dwelling or for business purposes. It possesses all tbe modern improvements an ! convenience* of a flrstclaas bowse. Will be put In good TO LET?THE MODERN BUILT THREE STORY Dwellings, Nos. 121 uiul 131 Charlton street, near North river, newlj painted, containing gas and gas fixtures, hot and cold water and hatha Possession giren at once. Rent from 1st of May *430. Inquire of PATTERSON, EN ATE A CO., <129 Washington rtieei, near the houses. rro LET-THE COMMODIOUS FOUR STORY HOUSE 1 No. 83 Cliff" street, eery suitably ?linated for a boarding house or restaurant. Would be altered for business purposes to a good tenant. Apply at 80 Cliff street. TO LET-A HOUSE AND THIRTEEN ACRES OF laud, one milo fioni Astoria. Appiy to J. M. Bl.ACKWELL, No. 01 Pearl street. TO LET-A ELAUGHTBR HOUSE, STABLE AND Wagon House, 827 West Sixteenth street. Inquire si 74 Barron street or 09 and 70 Washington market TO LET-THE THREE STORY AND BASEMENT brick House, with sub cellar, ISO Clinton street; contain* all the modern improvements, such as gas, hot and cold water, bath, Ac. Apply to GEORGE 0. 11ALLOCK, 21 SlUoik street. TJ LET?THE 8T0RB AND DWELLING HOUBB 312 Eighth avenue, now occupied as a butcher shop, and jne or tue best locatlJbson the avenue. Apply on the premises. TO LET?$400 FOR THE THREE STORY ENGLISH basement House 163 East Twenty-seventh street, near Second avenue, has all the modern Improvements. Apply ;o WM. H. 11. GLOVER, 276Third street. TO LET?^THE THREE STORY HIGH STOOP AND basement House, No. 8S West Twenty-ninth street, west if Sixth avenue, with modern improvements. Rcnt$376. 'an be seen between 3 and 6 o'clock P. M Apply to RICHARD H. 8TAATS, No. 148 Elm street, or at No. 41 East Eleventh street. 1"<0 LET-THE STABLE AND COAOII HOUSE, NO. 143 East Thirty-eighth street; stall* for six borses. Inquire >n the premises. rO LET-SECOND FLOOR OF HOUSE 129 MONROE street, consisting of four rooms, with hath room; and >ni t of Third Floor, with Back Basement if requited, to a in,all luiully; owuer will occupy lower part; three in family. Apply to see house, to A. LANDER, 220 South street rO LET-A FURNISHED OOTTAOE, IN THE BHAUTIful village of Passaic, N. J., 40 minutes' to the city by trie Raltroad; 11 miles from Jersey City; terms moderate, ti ply to J. M. HOWE, 227 Orand street, from 10 A. M. to 4 rO LET-SEVERAL SMALL, VERY NEAT AND CON vetiieut Houses, brown stone fronts, with modern imirovements complete, in Twentieth street, between First and teeond avenues. Kent only $400 each. Apply to T. MAC'ARLAN, 11)0 East Tenth street. ro LET?THE FRONT AND BACK PARLORS ON FIRST Boor, Froul and Hah IMHMM ami Bedroom on third loor, with t'loacM, Pan irks, water, cua futures, Ac.; rent t3n0; or Front and Baric Room, with two Bedrooms on nuoud Uoor, with Bedroom on third Boor, Closet*. Pantries, vater, git* fixtures, Ac , rent (A'O. Apply to 11 ENRY H. FYSON, 17 Chrlalophar street. rO LET?A SHALL T11REB STORY AND BASEMENT Hou?e, No. 48 Weet Forty-fourth at reel, between Fifth intl K ill avenue*, with bathroom, Ac. <ia* and gaa fixture* cm pie-e. Kent (AM). Inquire neat door, No 60. rO LET-AT REDUCED RENT OF (800. HOUSE NO 44 Weat Twenty-eighth ?treet, four atory, Eng llsb basement Ji improveinenta, ga* Oitnrea, Ac. Apply to E. D. LAWIKNcK, 1,281 Broadway, between Tbirty-firet and Thirtyecond sl.eeta. rO LET-LOW, OR THE LEA8B FOR SAI.B. THE firat claw Bfore and Building, No. S8C Canal atreel, atorc 8?80 feel from, w itb three Rtorlea above aiore 18x48 feet, and me story above rear eilen?lon 18x38 feet. For further parieulara app y on the premises. rO LET-A FOUR STORY BROWN STONE FRONT llonee, 231 Thirty second tireet, te ween Eighth and iuith area lea, with gaa fixture*, and in fust .las* rondlllou. lent moderat'. Inquire of Hr. LOOM IB, 1,128 Broadway, ear Thlrtr-fun. th alreet. rO LET?THE LOWEll PART OF HOUSE 1M LAu! renaaAeet. coi.alstuig or iron and bark Par:?ra,ftonl :aae:ueo',?ine B drum *< . Oar and ham. Kent to silt ) e t me* to n re?p .nrible ten .nt. Inqul e on the | remises. rO LEE?A FIRST CLASS BROWN STONE HOUSE, fn.idahrd, No. 24 Weat Thirty first sirert. P.e<eseiun rmi.edlolriy. Open for Inspection dally fron. 12 M. till rO LET-THREE NEAT BROWN STONE FRONT Houses (Knglieb baaementa). Kent (400 each. 194 iesl Twentieth street, near Second avenue, and adjoining louse*. All the modern Improvement*. Appiy at 242 Karl I roadway, near (Irani and Clinton street*. from 9 to 11, and lo 7 o'clock. rO LET-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, A 817b< i ban tTSidemw, beaniifnlly auuuied on elevated jtiound t KllioitvUle, north shore Staten Island, half an hour from Vali street. Hood Rtable. cardan, an.I lawn of mov.-iuI a. r?m rull and shade tree*. Krnt$?0 Also to let, a very prettt r Minded Cottage, containing eight rooms; magnificent lew* R' nt $400 Apply to OEOROK BARRETT, Keq.. I.i 8 Wa.l street, or at Dr ELLIOTT 8 "Oicc, No 7 Clinton l*il. Eighth street. 1*0 LET-TEE TWO STORY AND ATTIC URICK ROME I in Macd.mgal street, ueur Washington ".mare, with moem Improvements Inquire from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. at :i Mac '.ougal atreol lor one week. Terms low. PO LET?THE FINE STORB 676 SECOND AVBNIJB, I suitable for any bttsinesa. Rent $300 Also, am ill Store 77 Sixth avenue, mutable for tailor*, Ac. Rent $200. Apply 1109 Pearl mreet. 110 LET-THE NEW FRAME COTTAUB, CONVENI L I'l.ilv Ailed up with ail modern lin|iroveiuent?, and with li lotvof laml adjoining, pleasantly situated on tho hank* || II. H (Uon, eorner ( Broadway ami HOlh ?tre?t . there v a rommudiooa*labln on the premises with arcnmi.iodatlon or fonrhnr^e* ; the position, both p* respects the a irmnndngacenery and neighborhood, ie unsurpassed , tent $400. i|>i.;y m the premises, or at the office of JOHN M HNITII8 ONs, enter of Broad and Front street*, New York. rO I.F.T?TIIE FIRST FLOOR, WITH THREE BIDroom* and beck Baacmrnt, in a two story brick dwelling, rslr.tMy nltnated In the central part of the city. Kent $228. 'iqti.ro on the premlae*, 311 Molt street, neer Bleroker, or at 71 l?o*rl street. rO I.F.T-ATHREE STORY BRICK SHOP, REAR OF lit Went Sixteenth Mreet, cheap, Apply at 210 Wcat 'li.rly tirat mreet. rO LET-THP THREE STORY HOUSE NO. 78 WERT Tl.lity-third *treei, nearH'tub avenue and Broadway; It unlgtii* gas and Crolnn through tut; n 01 low to a food leant. Inquire of B.V, 01.1 Nil, llj< West ?tre? . PO IF.T-TN SOUTH BROOKLYN, A TWO STORY COTI lage, seven room*, with largo cellar. Oat* to three ferric* use 'he ilnnr every few mlnutea. Rent low to a good tenant, 'oseiiMtnn IminedMnly. Inquire to Fifteenth alrect, first Oithe wextoPFIiwaveiuie. no LET-THE WHOLE OR PARTOF~THB ENOI.ISH I ba-einrnl llouae No. 77 R*al Thirty.fifth aireet. between ."xlngioii an.l Park avenue*. Inquire on the premises. PO 1.ET-P08BF.8SION IMMEDIATELY ? TIIB L dwelling part of Ike Homo N,?, MRX Broadway, near linen enth aireet; all the modern improvements will be pul i llie In"we. Rent low to a responsible tenant. Uaa natures t liio house. Inquire In the store. no LET-ON BBROF.N HILL, NORTH WAVRRLKY, L l'a nude arenn. ? A flue Country Realdeitre, < <*ua ning II the ntedern Improvi'mcuta, with iM-antifnl garden, hnt ins* an.i ttable* attached, eominairtmg a tine view or iff,, arbor. U.rs pass nr.ir the him*' evert fifteen minutes, Iro mi'* Ml nlcclv laid o t,. omiirl mg In a'l i t'hi Iota. It. nt Ion Apply lo J'OLE'ii K Bltoy., Id Dcy strevl, Now fir, NEW YORK. HERALD, FJ NOD8KI, ROOMS, dfcC..TO LET mO LET-T1IE LOWKK PART OK H9U8K 107 KJNU A street. From and back parlor, front baaeim ut. pantries, bedroom In attic, gas chandeliers, water, Ac. K-mlowloa food tenant. Inquire on the premises. r LET-IN BROOKLYN, 137 MONTAGUE STREET, opixwlie the Academy of Nueir, a flue Parlor aud tiedroom adjoining, on Bret floor, with water fire, gas, Ac. rl LLI-IN THE MOST DEBIKABLU PART OP KAU way, a modern built Houae, with ten room* and kitchen; the house ha# gaa throughout; attacued ta a splendid garden, containing a variety of choice fruit; etable to let with the above, it desired. Inquire of J, C- KUNKLK, No. 28 Broadway. TO LET?A COUNTRY RESIDENCE, AT LOWER BAveuKwtNMl, JL. I.?Cottage, carriage houae and two acrea oi ground; about tbree-uuartere of a inite above the Thirtyfourth atreet ferry landing at 11 unter'x Point Inquire of Mr. ANDREWS, on the premises, or of HIRAM MERR1TT, 49 Third av., N. Y. TO LET?AT KEDl'CED RENT, THE OLD STAND 230 .Broadway, under Hamulus Museum, lurxo many years occupied at a broker's ofllce: the best locatiou in the city for thai business. Pur rent apply at the Muacutn Ticket ofllce. rIET-IN BAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET, A NICE Cottage with eight rooms; a large garden in front, yard in rear. Apply at 219 Canal ftreet, corner of Baiter. r LET-THREE STORY AND IHGII STOOP BROWN tone from Houae. in good order, on Forty-eighth street. Will be rented low to a good tenant ApjlytoD. GARRISON, 106 Went Thlrty-ttfth street TO LET?IN WILLIAMSBURG, SEVERAL BRICK Houses, situated in Third and Fourth streets 900 Lots for sale or l<-ase, at moderate prices, situated between Pirnt and Pifth strict*, North Seventh atreet aud Buahwick Creek. Apply to 8. J. HUNT, 112 Poorth avenue. New York, or to CHAR. FOWLER, Agent, corner of Third and North Ninth streets, Williainnbiirg. rLBT?A FINE BASEMENT, 120 FEET DEEP: nine two Offlcea fronting on Broadway, on the third floor; alto a few Ofllce* on the fourth floor, or the entire Story. NO. 3SU Broadway. luquii e on the brat floor. TO LET-AT CARMANSVILLB, BASEMENT, TWO story and alt o llousc; has cos, water, large garden, fui it, shade trecH and view of river; one hour from City ITsH, live minutes from cailroad hteput. Apply to W. if. AT WATER, 07 Maiden laua. mo LET?TilE LARGE DOUBLE FRAME MANSION, A known an the Gunxebaek House, together with six lots of ground, situated on the northwest vomer of Third avenue ami 8' venty-tilth Mtrvel. Kent$400. Apply to W. J. STEW ART, 197 South street. IIO LET?TIIE OLD ESTABLISHED GROCERY AND Ll'iunr Store, and bavk Room and Cellar, corner of Catharine and Water streets. Inquire of GEORGE J. HUNTER, 392 Witter street. TO LET?LOFi'S AND ROOMS, WITH STEAM POWER; alao two large Stores, fronting on Fulton street. At ply at 84 Fulton street. rPO LET?A SMALL HANDSOME FIBsT CLASS X brown stone House. Rent moderate to a good tenant. Inquire of D. T. KENNEDY, 130 East Thlriy-flfih street. TO LET?FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, A COUNtry resideuee, on the Hudson river, forty minutes from Wall street; contain* thirteen acrea; has a large grapery and greenhouse tanner glass), superior vegetable garden, extensive lawns, large shade trees, good boating and bulbing; bouse commodious' and supplied with the purest of water, through Iron pipes; stable and carriage buuse, gardener's cottage, and all other appurtenances belonging to a gent.emun's residence. To a desirable tenant will be let low. for a year or the summer. Address W. B.. box 113 Herald office. TO LET?IN BROOKLYN. A VERY DESIRABLE SMALL three story and basement brick House, located corner of Adams aud High streets; h\e minutes' walk from the ferries; t rent $490; formerly rented for S6U0. Call on or address D. i II. GOULD, 91 Remsen street. TO LET?IN ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE LOCAt.ons, with all the improvements, gas fixtures included, a three story brick Collage; rent $9Uu. A three story brown stone House; rent $600. A three story frame House; rent $219. Inquire at 1M West Forty-third street. r LET?THE 8TOHE IN THE BASEMENT OF HOUHft 997 Broadway, naar Spring street, now occupied by Mr. Link. Aprly to L. KISS AM, 99 William street, from 1211113 o'clock. TO LET?FROM MAY I, ONE LARGE AND ONE small Room, connected, on tii?t floor. Rent $290 per y. sr. Call at 483 Broadway, room No. a r LET-IN ELIZABETH, N. J., A BEAUTIFUL COTlage, containing U rooms, excellent water, large garden, all in ane condition and good order. Kent low. Inquire or A. PHELPB. 3d Pine street, N. Y. TO LET-IN WILLIAM8BURO, THE WHOLE OR PART or a three story basement House, gas, water and sewer connection, 90 Booth Third street. Apply to Dr. HEINE, 74 Weet Houston street; or Mr. GREEN, Agent, corner Grand aud Fifth streets, Williamsburg. mo LET?THE DESIRABLE TWO BTUKY ACTIO AND X basement brick Ilouae No. 8 Allen street. Has water and gas, and adapted for twa families. Apply to G. OUTRAN PER, Naval Office, Custom House. rLBT-A NICE FLOOR, WITH ALL THE MODERN Improvements. Inquire on the premises, 199 Bast Twcnty-ssventh street. To a small family; rent low. Can be seen at all hours. TO LET?IN WASHINGTON PLACE, WILLIAMSBURG, three blocks from the ferries, two very desirable Houses, in perfect order; painted walla, marbled halls, water. gas, chatidelirrs, A<\; will be let low to unexceptionable tenants; also a very desirable House to let, to iwo select families. Inquire of the owner, 13 Washington place. rro LET?THE FOUR STORY BROWN STONE IIOUBB8 X No*. 69 East Tweuly-eighth street and 229 West Thirty, faurth street. Immediate possession given. Apply oil the premises from 4 to 6 P. M., or of JOHN S. KELSO, 02 William street. TO LET-A NICE HIGH STOOP MODERN nOUSE, 18 Beibune street; rent $4tU Two Cottages in Jersey City, 398 South Fuiiith street; gas and water; rent $19 per month. Apply at 400 Bleecker street, near Charles. TO LET?$250?BEAUTIFUL RES1 PENCE IN POWERS licet, Brooklyn; fifteen minutes' walk from South ferry and two minutes' from ears. Eight t o uns, gas, range, Ac. Extensive view of open country. Inquire at 234 Dean strei t, corner of Nevilis. mn. i rt_a fipr.Evmn girtr no rimv r nrvor X on the aecond atory of tbe building 10 Wall atreet, nwiti" hie lor a banker or lawyer. Apply to 1). A A. KJNUSLtND, 8l m)N AO.. SB Broad ntreet. _ TO I.ET-SIX VERY DESIRABLE IIOl'SES, 8ITUATAD on Spring terrace, Buabwick. one nuie from the Grand street ferry; to a good tenant will bo rented for $125 each. Apply to 1). A A. KINUSLAND, BUTTON A CO., 66 Broad treet. TO LET?13(1 EAST TI1IRTYFIFTI1 STREET, NEAR Third avenue, three atorlea, high baecment and cellar, brown atone, all the modern Improvement.*; rent $?!>. Floor a to let in these brown atone bona* a aoutliweet corner of Second avenue and Thirtieth atreet, to email repe. table families. Bent Bill to $18 per month. Apply at No. 138 Baal Thirty-tlftb atreet. _ _ C. R. PARF1TT. TO LET-LOWER PART OP A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, 264 Weat Twenty-ninth atreet, near Ninth avenue, con iaiingof parlor floor with eatenalon. bedroom, bathroom, water cloaet and pantriea, front and back basements, cellar, large yard, Ac. Kent $340. Inquire at the houae. TO LET?FOR BUSINESS, SOCIETIES, AC., AT 819 Broadway, the Corner Kuoma now occupied by the Catholic Library. Alao Front and Comer Room a on Broadway and Twelfth atreet. Rent low. JOHNjH. JIKLSOj^M Wi'.nam airetl. TO LET-TUB THREE STORY AND BASEMENT brick Houae No. Betbune atreet, with modern Improvement* Apply to C. M. NBC VILLB, 10 Barclay atreet, up stairs. TO RENT-IN THE TILLAGE OK YONKERS, A FIRST eland Houae and three acre* of Unwind, located directly on tbe bank of tbe river, ga* and gaa fliturca throughout, range, furnace, Ac., Ac.; garden, fruit and shrubbery; view unsurpassed, perfectly healthy. Rent reasonable. Inquire of L. VNDEKHILL. 397 Broadway, W. Y. r LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY ONLY, THB THIRD floor of houae in Bank street, with gaa, and hot and cold water. Rent $140. The owner wilt occupy! ho balance of lha house. For pttrtlcnlara Inquire at 368 Washington nunk. TO LET-IN MORRIS COUNTY, N. J.. A DESIRAHLE Country Scat, about two hour*' ride from Jersey City. The house la large and haa a fine, healthful location yconvcuient toaaveral churches and good schools. The lawn and garden embrace two acre*; abounding In fruit, forest and evergreen trees. Rent very low to a good tenant, with Immediate poaa*aaion If desired. Apply to J. L. CONDI r, 61 Broad street. TO LET?T11E 8MALL THREE BTORY HOUSE NO. 66 He at Twenty iilth street, near Leilngtoo avenue (oo account of lessee!. It will have every modern improvement, gaa natures, water closets, stationary tubs, painied, Ac. Been by card from 11 to 3 o'clock; rent MOO WILCOX, 1M6 Fifth avenue, corner of Twenty-third street, TO LET?THE UPPER PART OF HOUSE NO. 88 Second street, corner of Berond avenue, consisting of two Rooms, on second floor, two Rooms, on third floor, front Basement, with privilege ol bath; rent $276 Impure at 130 Fifth street, or at 337 Broadway, in the segar store. TO LET?WITH IMMEDIATE POHfiESSlON, THE NEW three story and basement brown atone front House, 138 East Thirty.tilth street, rear Tldrd avenue, replete with ev iry convenience. Kent to suit the tlmca Apply on the premises to ('IIAS. R. FABF1TT. TO LET?$800.?T11E SMALL, NEAT THREE STORY Housesnd Lot, lately osenpled by Rev. Dr. Cowling, No ltM West Eleventh street, to 1st at the above low rent, or gtfiO, one room reserved ; or for sale at $6,00t, most on mortgage. The venlleman who wished to buy for his mother at $8,U0(>, but declined on account of the house being rented for a year, la Informed that the tenant has suddenly removed West. Hou*e can be seen Friday, Saturday and Monday, from 10 to 13 Possession Immsdlatsly. mo LET?HOU8BH ??, 47 AND 81 LIBPENARD RTREET, J. and 138 Franklin street. Rents low. Apply to A JOUR. NEAT. 373 Broadway. TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, A TWO STORY House, Location central and near Broadway Kent taken In board for three nd ilta Privilege or taking one or two board regtv'-n If dcatro'l. References eicbanged. Address E P K., ata Ion D Post ofllce. mo LET?A COUNTRY RESIDENCE. ONR MILE AND JL a hull from Ellrabeth, N. J., on Hahway duo; fifteen mile* frent Now Yor*. Eighteen 'laily tralna from Eliiaboth. The house lo SO by SO trot, two tor too, rtovon rooms, woll ik?H <*1 water, plenty ?f *m r II and largo frtilt, and good garden nearly planted: three acree, with barn, etuble*. carriage house, *c.. can bo had if deotrotl. Tlio Farm of 42 a. ree la for aide or to lol, Sec advertisement In the Evening Peat. HYLVBriTBlt LAY, Attorney at Law and Comtalsrloner for nil the Stales, tit Broadway. TO I.BT-At MOTT HAVEN, ON TlfK BOSTON ROAD, thire or four minutes' walk from llarlom bridge, a haaemont and three atory and attlo House, with mult and cupola, twelve roeme, clutein and pantrlca In abundaaest sliding doora, marble mantles, gratea, well and ctalern wnl.'r In the hllchen; gas pt|#atfrongh tho hoipie; pin/, a front and rear; garden we.I stoehod wltn irult trera, uttlhouaea, Ac. Rem $*?>. Apply nn the promlaeato IT. IIILMOI'R, TOLKT-TO AHENTLEMAN AND WirE IN A STRICTLY private laadl), t.ueo Rootna, two on the accoiid Hour and nn" <-i. the third 1 o .r, or tlin e r. .una on the third floor, with all itir modern Inipruvauio- ts.wllh the privilege oi bathroom and laundry. Rent moderate, Possesion Immediately. Imptiie at ? ?. Hal Weal Thirty-third street, between Seventh ami Eighth avenue*. mo LET?THK LOWER PART OK TUB DEfttRARLR 1 this e siu y House, N Jtfl h ng? street, huiweuu I Mu u tgal and Vnr.. k strr at"; flue large yard and||n.aiut l<K.t..oii; ? la , e rented l,?v in a g'o I l< naiit. R'TticiKO iu- I quired. Apply alter 10 a'ah th A. M. HI DAY, APRIL 18, 1862. HOVSBS, ROOMS, diC., TO LET. mo LEI'?THE MAtiMFJCI- NT HTCHK, 071 BHUADA way, adhdainK the man eu ranee of the Lafarge House; anteabout ii>44 feel, with two spu-nibd *bow windows at lached; one of the beat buaim s* locations on Broadway, and tillable for a jewelry, gents' furnishing or any other gen teel business Will be let at a very reaeonaole relit If caned for Immediately. A merchant tarior or jeweller wouiil Lave no opposition lo this whole hlnrk alter May n xt Koriur. thcr particular* impure at No. 421>i HioaUvv.y. ourib iloor above Canal trvet. mo LET?THIRD FLOOR OF HOUSE NO 173 EAST

A Seventeenth atreet, oonalatmg of four miun*. bedroom and pantry, with Croion, gas, arid marb.e mantes. Inquire on Saturday afternooo. r LET?VERY CnEAP, TI1E FLOOR TllROUOH OF the brown stone front hnuee No. 585 Eighth avenue, containing am en r< om with every conveuien e. Inquire of J. U HANSON,Bieecker street. r LET?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, AND PRIvtlece of buying the Furniture, a Bonne. Apply at 51J? Weat Tblrty-aeeond atreet. rl LBT-THE WnOLB OR LOWER PART OF THE three etory high a loop House, 35 Enat Tbutj -lluril etreei, one door from Lexington avenue; haa all the modern improvements, chaiulehera, Ac. Ponaesaiou given immediately; rent low to a good tenant TO LET-INDEED CHEAP. TO FAMILIES, Sl'ITB OF Parlors, Floore, Rooms, Basements, Oflb #* and small Stores in house* 9 Roosevelt, 4u3 Oreenwich, l it Hudson, 31 North Moore, 20 Vartck, 95 Madison, 87 Walker street*, and 83 and 113 East Broadway. Also Stables. Inquire immediately in basement 23 East Broadway. r LET-A DESIRABLE lllilll 8TOOP HOI'SB IN Hiity-tHUi street, with all modem improvements; good neighborhood; bandy to ihe ears; rent to a icspoueible t"aant $350. Apply to DYE A CURTISS, 508 tilth avenue, between Tbiri ein and rhirty-tir*t streets. mo LET?BROWN STONE FRONT HOC8E 222 WEST A Forty-te ond street; rent $600. Also brown atone Houses, four stories, modern improvements, north side of Fortv-eerenth street, between Ninth and Tenth avenues. Apply on the premise#, or lo 8. W. CHUNK or H. I'ELTON, 150 weat Fifty-third street. rlJST?THE WHOLE OR PART OF THE SECOND story basement and stllc House 21 Eeecx street; also, Stable for six horses. Rent low to responsible parties. Apply to J. CORNELL, No. 1 Es-cx market. r LET?THE LOWER PART OP BOUSE MO. 4 Tenth street, consisting of two parlei t, two basements and two rooms In attic; all complete. To beaten between 3 and 8 P. M.; rent $380. mO LET?THE THREE STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE. J. 222 Henry street, Biooklyn; a;'ood neighborhood and in perfect order, with modern Improvements. Apply to Mr. ANDERSON. 350 Hit As street, Brooklyn, ur 99 Bowery, Now Yoik; rent 9450. TO LET?A FRONT AND BACK PARLOR AND Extension, suitable tor u dentist or physician; al>o, u fruut and baek Room, Hull Bedroom and Tea Boom, on second floor. Inquire at 27 Bond sirrci. mO LET, RENT S300-A NEAT. HANDSOME COT X tape, Carriage House and four Lots, with fruit, on north side of Fulton avenue, at junction of M.trlen street, Brooklyn. Apply to or address Berrtan. 31C West Forty, third street. r LET IN BROOKLYN?95 FULTON STREET. THREE blocks from the ferry, the dwelling purl of a large double House, with Hi rooms, gas, range and water; suitable for a boarding house, or would rent to two families; rent low. Apply on the premises, in the shoe store. TO LET, IN WILLIAMSBURG?A NEAT LITTLE home, with six rooms and basement, gaa, Ac., No. 2 Franklin place (Pow er street), between Ewen and Graham streets; pleasant location and easy excess to the fcrrv; rent tli per month. Possession given immediately. Inquire next door, No. 3. mo LET IN MORRI8TOWN. NEW JER8EY?A CONVEA nlent House, containing 12 rooms; Barn; large Uardeu. containing fruit trees and grape vines. Five minutes1 walk from depot. For particulars apply to H. 0. SEWARD, 233 East Seventeenth street. mO LET ON 8TATEN ISLAND?SEVERAL NEWLY X erected Cottages, in Fiedler's Park, on Castle ton Heights, within fire minutes'walk from the hrst landing. The Park is about swslve acres in extent, with flnc and encash o views of The surrounding bay and country. Apply to ERNEST FIEDLER, 32 Broadway. TO LET OR FOR BALE-FURNISHED OR UNFURntshed, the two story Cottage House, with extension, 193 Nassau street, Brooklyn, built in the best manner, with a l modern improvement!!. Apply either on tbe premises, before 10 A. or toGKO. W. HEAD, 237 Broadway, N. Y. TO LET OR FOR SALE- HOUSE 44 WEST TWENTYeighth etrset; fine location. Apply on the premises. Terms low. TO LET OR LEASE?AT GREATLY REDUCED SENT, the live story Building No. SI) Leonard street: can give immediate possession. Apply to B. D. LAWRENCE, 1,261 Broadway, between Thirty-first and Thirty sec-md streets. rl.ET OR LEASE?THE LARGE THREE STORY Store and Dwelling, corner ol Third avenue and Fourteenth street. South Brooklj n, Qowanus. It hae been occupied for the laet three years by thn owner an a gvoeary, Hour and feed store. It would make an eseellent eland for a grocery or first claea bakery. Tbe store le thirty feet front and beautifully fitted up. The fixtures would he rented along with ihe slore. Apply to GREGORY REDMOND, 290 Broad' ?y, New York, or on the premises. rLET OR LEASE?THE HOUSE AND GARDEN, formerly occupied by Capt. Glasaon, United States Vscv at fh?? PArnfiP of (filtll avRltiui Ariel Ruth 1X7il liamsburg. Apply next dour. TO LET OR I.EABE-FOVR LOTS. SOUTH SIDE OF Twenty-si Jth street, 100 feet weal of East rlecr, for a coal yard. A!ao dwelling houaea 87 Thompson, 312 Went Foriy.third and IS Eli north streets; and Lofts 185 Spring and 364 Bowrry, and Stores and Buaenietits 173 and 181 Canal street. Apply to JAS. 11. T1IOKNE, Agent, 34 Eliaabeth street. TO LEASE?THE ENTIRE MARBLE Bl'lLDINO 814 Broadway; atorellO by 25 feet; flee atones, with banement and under basement; would make a line aaloon; or each floor separately; two upper floor* hare been fitted up for lodge room a. Inquire of B. OALBRA1T1J, Esq., 127 Fulton alreet, or A. EAULESON, 738 Broadway. TO LEA8E?CORNER OF BROADWAY AND HOWARD at reel, the Building 432 Broadway, with the adjoining one 41 Howard atreet, a parately or together; alao the entire Building 428 Broadway. To good lenanie a leauc will be given at moderate rrnte. Inquire at IV William ilreet, loom 23, from 1 to 4 o'clock. TO RENT?EITUER THE LOWER OR UPPER PART of the three atory and high baaement bouae, No. 18 Amity place, with range, bath, hot and eold water, large yard, Ac. Rent low to a reapoi.Bible tenant. Ho.it* can be wen from 2 till 5o'clock. Apply to MEDAY A CO , No. 21 Spring atreet. TO RENT?THE LOWER PART OF HOUSE 143 EAST Twenty-seventh street, consisting of two Parlora, b.irk Basement, and a bfk Room In the third atory, to a tmall genteel faintly; gaaand Crotou water. Rent $225. TO RENT, NO 838 BROADWAY. The Dwelling part for $900, and Basement Office for $360, together or aeparatelr; ia in fine order; haa gas fliturra, hatha, water cloaels, furnace, and will be let cheap. Apply to B H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine atreet, or to JOHN ROGERS, 50 Weat Tblrteanth atreet, near Broudway. Key at Mr. Farnham'a, on tlie premiaea. r'G LARGE ROOMS TO LET OR LEASE-ON BROADway, No. 1,270. auitable for manufacturing purposes, lecture room*, Ac.; will be let or leased. Apply aa per bill. TWO FRONTB? STORE TO LET-NO. 250 CANAL atreet, 'near Broadway, running through to Walker atraet. Alao. Room*, with power, large and amni! roomeat low ratea. Inquire of Mr. GAUDU, engineer. 10$ Walker at. rCARTMEN.?TO LET, 14 LEWIS STREET, SECOND Floor, consisting of seven rooms; rent $10 par month. Alao Stable in rear, three Italia; rent $0 per month. Inquire un the premiaea, or at 371 Grand street, of JAMBS LO YE. mo PHYSICIANS OR OTHERS.?TO LET. FURNISH* J. rd or unfurnished, a Tory desirable I Igh front Basement, with Bedroom adjoin! ig, on West Twenty third street, central. T- ims reasonable. Apply at 270 Eighth avenue, up stair*, for three daya| r DENTISTS AND PHY8IC1AN8.?THREE ROOMS, on flr*t floor, In a Aral claae bona*, In Ninth atreet, suitable for either. Also, three elegantly furnished, on second floor. Tot gentlemen. Apply to 8. W. RIPLEY, 512 Broadway. r PHOTOGRAPHERS.?TO LET, THE DAGUERRE AN Gallery, the old established Gallery, the heat on the weal aide of the city, corner oi Carmine and Bleecker atrcete. Apply at 13 Carmine atreet. tlT'ORKSHOP TO LET-AT NO. 108 EAST TWENTY f T fifth atreet. between Serond and Third aveuuee. A four atory brick Building, with a two aiory irar Building connecting, a\utable for moat any bualneaa. Ari'lyatNo. 1 Reade atreet. I 9Q NINTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY-TO LIT, l?o with pier glasses, cornice* and chandeliers; now being t ainted and put In beautiful condition ; ullahle for a residence or bualneaa purpoaea. Apply to HENRY HILTON. No. 11 En at Twenty-eighth atreet. tfcOAA -TO LET, TITB THREE STORY BRICK ipOl/Iy. Hno#e in rear of No. 14 Tenth street, between Fifth and Siilh aveunes; hna private entrnnre, and gas (Siturea throughout; rent $300. Apply to FRANtflS H. DYKER8, II Washington place, betmeOA.M , or between 6 and 6 P. M tftOWC PER YEAR TO A DES1RARLE TBNANT-A <pO I U neat Cottage 288 Waal Twenty-fourth atreet, between Ninth and Tenth avenues, eight Rooms; gas, hot and cold water, range, bath, Aoj neighborhood uneireptu nable. T. B. CHASE, 111 Fulton atreet. (hraa rent.?a vbry desirable HOUSE on 5p?JUV/ the 11 nitron river, at Blghty alxth atreet, roiltnlnlng nine large rooms and two servants' room*, cellar, Ac., to let from the first of May. Inquire on the premises, or of Leopold bidlitz, No. 2 Leroy place. <2>r ftn rbnt wantri>-forthb bleoant three ipiJiJU story basement high sloop Hmiae lfid West Forty-ninth atreet, JOrBO feet, three rooms deep, alt In tierfact order. Call and tea It. Posaeaalou given Immediately. <D1 ?FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET, NO. 41 East Twenty-eighth streeti three story, high flhaement, thirteen rooms, with Improvement*. For card to see the house, apply at 08 East Twenty-second atrial, from 1 to 3 P. M. REHAH8 AND TOBACCO* q/\ nnn imported heoarb, an excellent OU.WU article, for ?alo to pay ml mm ee. at |l per Itoi containing a hundred. Tha greatest bargain in seg/vrs over offered, feme aoon or they will be all sold. OPtOINAIi L. JACOBS, itrr Broadway. SPORTING. For hale?tub fast saIt.ino, hloop rkiund yacht WRBKCUA. sAyply Tor particulars, al the lleralil oMM. Feu rale a splendid yacht op mo tons burtlnn, coppered an.l in lomplete order; would be. vrhanip d fo goo I property. Apply io J. M, MARTIN, No. SI William street, l.tOR HAr.R-A LA HOP. NF.WFOIINOI.AND DOU, OF i. fie imreet hrei d, g> ml watch dog and well tralurd. A Hut tor I r pur.>1 hrcril, i oo ??l li dog and tatter; one Ida hand I'.m out one H. otcli renter, gi.od ratter-, and une young Coach Lhtfl ('.rial 19 duince Street, nit stairs. jous cray, rinAncuu ARM? AND RAW PAY AND BOUNTY OFFICE. ROBERT KB WELL. 21 Wall slret I, airm r of Hioad, New York, l ay bounty uii.l I'rut Money ooUectud, ana Pension* procured. Army and navy pay -arrears?or lay roi restined. deceased and dl? burg d army and navy olll vera, Prize Money, Bounty Muucy, A' . twice rd. JULN H. MURRAY. Army and Nary Banker. 90 Nat a i. Hirer I. Now York, opsonic the Pont offliro. Atlantic insurance scrip ok hkl" also union and Pin tin Scrip of lhti-', wanted, by WM. t.'. OILMAN A BON, dealer* in Inmram e B r r, 18 M r hams' Exchange. CMTY OF nbw YORK, DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE, ) Coinplrntlrr'n Oilier, April 17, ibtiY.?'Corpor iiiun I an.?Hie Union De.cnve Kami Bond* of ihe Corporation of the City of N> w York ($1 ,(**),OUU), wilh the interest thereon, brooming due and payable on the lit day of Bay, iHtti, w.ll be pi,id at tin* nlfice on that day. Holder* ol aaid bond* aud otnem who may desire to inve-t in ihe Union Defence Fund Kedeinptlou Hondiofthe Corporal ton. aulhonre 1 by an act of tint Leglsla' urn. passed Apnl 12, idtii, are invited to siguify the same by lener. adilre-S' d to the undersigned, staling the amount de*ired, until llie let of May proximo. The Uuion Defence Fund Re demption Bond* w ill be issued in aiuiia to ai.it, aud will bear internal at eii per i*nt per annum, payable Muunanuiially, on the 1st day of May and November in each year, and the principal will be redeemable Novum* er I. i8tW. They will alno be transferable at pleaaurc, only upon the book* of the Corporation, at this oQicc. ROBERT T. IIAW8, Comptroller. C1ity op milwaukee bondh, issued to the / Mdwu iker and Uricitown K.tiio.i.1 Company.?Holder* of any of the above bun Ik w 111 pleaKe rail at Ihe oflleo of duncan, sherman k co. prior lo the29th lust. Department op finance, comptroller's opbee, April 11, ldt.2.?Nonce for redemption of properly old for nit| aid assessments, for opening, widening and extending Hirer ta and avenue*. Public notice is hereby given to the owners, oocupnuls, or person* otherwise interested therein, that the detailed mate, mom ot property sold in December. ISdU, for unpaid assessments, fur opi ning, widening and extending street* and avenue*, t* published in Ibe New York Daily Tribune, on Tuesdays and Pi Mays of each week, describing the property ko aold, and the time when the same must he redeemed; in default of w hicb, leases wiii be mined therefor. P, H. KINOSIiAND, Clerk of Arrears. Milwaukee city readjustment bonds. CtTV COMPTROIXKR'S onus, | Milwaukkk, March 2t>, 1H#2. < The Commissioners of the Public Debt of the City of Milwaukee arc uow ready to receive hid* or proputiaU trmn holders of readjustment bonds for the purchase of such bonds to the extent of the sinking fund on hand (which i* twelve thou kill n?i fill! la fli \ ill nni'in.nn/.o -xf 111 m*t act to enable the city of Milwaukee to readjust lie corporate debt. Such bids must tpecify the numbers of the bomls proposed to bo retired, and be accompanied by the certillcatc of the proper ulllccr of any bank, or of William Srball A Co., of New York city, thai the bond* are deposited with such bank or said Schall A Co., to lie delivered for cuncellailoii upon acceptance of the bid and payment. Kids or proposal* may be delivered to the Oltv Comptroller at any time before the l*t day of June, A. D., 1802, upon which day, at ten o'clock A. M., al the office or the Cily Comptroller, the bids or proposals will be opened and tbe lowest bidder be eju tiled to I he preference. These who have re. ceived payment of the next June coupons must so state 111 their propositions. By order of the Commissioners of the Public Debt of the City of Milwaukee KEKD. KUKIIN, Comptroller. PRIZE MONEY IS NOiV BEINO PAID AT THIS office on the United States shins Kan Jacinto, Mohawk. Constellation, My*tlc, D dpUti, Wyandotte, Crusader and Saratoga. JOHN B MURRAY, Army and Navy Banker, NO Nassau street, N. Y., opposite the l'ost otllce PENSIONS OF 80LD1ERH, THREE MONT118' MILITIA, two und three years' volunteers, seamen, marines discharged on sconnt of disability, or claims of their widows; also S1U0 bounty and hack dues collected. No charge for information. " MATniAS (IOETZKL, No. 4 Centre street. QUARTERMASTERS' VOUCHERS AND CHECKS CONvei led Into one year six per cent cerUiientea, or bought a- the highest market price by LIVERMtiRE, CLEWS A CO., bankers, 41 and 43 Wall street. f TNIO* DIME SAVINGS BANK. VJ Na 439 Canal, comer of Varlck street. Opea dally from 10 A. M. to 2, and from 3 to 7 P. M. Six per cent interest allowed on all sums of $300 and under, and five per cent on larger amounts. Interest will commence on April 1. This bank has received on depoail $746,383 38 the past thirty-four months. E. V. HAUGHWOUT, President. Oardnke 8. Cnaria, Secretary. United states securities.?we beg to inform buyers of United 8latcs Bonds, Treasury Notes, certificates of indebtedness, Ac., and other securities, that we are prepared to fill orders at the lowest market rates current on the day when the orders shall be i ecelvi d, at a difference of S P?r brut, a* compared with the Broker's Board, and frequently at or below Board nricca, net. without commission. LIVERMtiRE, CLEWS A CO., 41 and 43 Wall street. United statb8 navy prize money office. TH08. L. BHAYNARD, No 81 WalUtreet. WIDOWS AND HBIR8 OF SEAMEN. AC., LOST TT with the United States ship Levant in 1861, and of those with the Cumberland and Congress on the 8th of March last, can have their claims collected by CALVIN W. SMITH, No. 2 New Chambers street. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?$6.0(10, AT HI* PER CENT, on bond and mortgage, for tioun three to five years, on S Dnebcs* county Farm; ample security. Also, a $250 Rafe, new, for sale. Address C., care of Dixon A Co., No. 3 Rris Buildings, Duane street. WANTED?$6.WJ FOR FIVE YEAR8, AT SEVEN PER rem, on comer store property, centrally lo atcd, to bo occupied by the owner If procured Immediately; a liberal commission allowed. Address L. L. I., Post office. /jh-fk BONUS WILL BE GIVEN FOR $1,000 LOAN ON bond and mortgage on New Vork propei ty; ample security. No agent need reply. Address George, Herald office. ?qft nnn to loan-on mortgage, on real ?j>0" ".VrUtl OHtate In this city or Brooklyn, In eiims of $1,000 and upwards; also $35 001) to Invest in^ purchasing njiiuc iuuriR'i^ri. *V\>*J lv A- i, 19 nau iiref 1, LOAN OFFICIOS* ' ^ AT 111 GRAND STREET, THREE DOORS WEST OF Broadway?Money advanced on Watches, Diamond*, Jewelry, Plate, Dry Good* and personal property of every description, or bought and sold, by JOSEPII A. JACKSON, auctioneer and broker. AT 308 BROADWAY, CORNER OF DUANK STREET, Money advam-ed to any au.o.int en Diamonds, Watches, Jeweirv, Ac. BnsineM atrtcl and confidential. T. II. KEE81NO, Broker. Private cntmnrckin Duane itreei, first door rrom Broadway AT I- JACOBS', 407 BROADWAY (REMOVED FROM 43 Ceilar street), Money advanced on Diamonds. Wati he*, Jewelry and Plated Ware, or bought forcaah and tlie highest price gtven. Strictly confidential. Old Uold and Silter bought. AT M NANNAU STREET.?A. HOVIGMAN, DIAMOND broker, makes liberal ailvanceaon Diamond*, Watchea, Jewelry, Ac., or buys them at full value, at hit private olDce, (6 Naneau street, room No. 2, up stairs. Business oonfl. deuual. AT 212 BROADWAY. CORNER op FCLTON 8TRKETTbe lu-sl prices paid for Dlamonda, set or unset. Ad, Minces on Watches, Pearl*, Plate, Optical Instruments, Ac. left on sale, or will huv them at a fair valuation. J H. BARRINUER, 212 Broadway, room 13, up stair*. AT 77 BLBECKER STREET?THE HIGHEST CASH price advanced on Diamouds, Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, Dry Quods, Secars, Ac. N. B ?Pawnbroker*' TickCIS bought. H. NEWTON. 77 Bleecker street, up slairs. AT 4S0 BROADWAY-HENRY HYMAN ADVANCB8 ON Diamonds, set or un*et, or buys the same for cash; also on.(told Watchea and Jewelry. N. B.?Will remove nest we*k to my new office, 80S Broadway, corner of Bond street, room No. fi. AT NO 9 CHAMBERS STREET. MONEY TO LOAN TO Any.amount on Dlamonda. Watchea, Jewelry, Ae.. by the well known and old establiabcd ISAAC, Broker and Communion Merchant, No. 9 Chambers street. N. B.?No business transacted on Baturilay. Liberal advances made on diamonds, Watehes, Jewelry and Silver Ware or hough I foe cash at the highest prices. Persona having old Quid or Slhror Ware for aalecan do no better than call on LOUIS ANRICH, 723 Broadway. Money to loan-in sums to suit, on watches, Dlamonda, Dry Good* and all valuable Personal Property, Silver Plate, Ac. Apply to R. WOOD, 82 Fulton street, eerond floor, front room, from 9 to 4 o'< luck. PAWNBROKERS TICKBT8 PURCHASED AT 448 Broome street, a few doors from Broadway, of Clothing of all kind* and any quantity. On bu ud aod for sale, Bustwasa roais O rasslntorA PanlR Al Va8< Mcstila O. LEVTB. PROPOSALS. Army supplies. Orrira or Armi Clothinu ard KcLir.c*, j con. Bnooai a.d<Jr?vi?k are., Nfw Yorv, April 11,1^03. I Healed propoaala will be received at ihl* alllce until Wedneaday, 23<l lot taut, at IS o'clock M.. for fnrnlahtngby contract, deliverable at the depot or Army Clothing and Equipage Id till, oily:? UU.OW ynrda of dark blue Flannel, all wool, M Incliea wide, to n?'lgh 10 ounoea per yard?indigo wool dyed. B.000 doren machine Hewing Cotton, black, 200yard apooln No*. 30 and .*?? half each. 110 pair* drat ?ergeanta< Chevrons, cat airy. 300 palra aergeanta' Chevron*, cavalry. 7(10 palra ciri orala' Chevrona, cavalry. Samples of ibt above artlclea can be aeen on application at tbla office. One.third of lha quantity contracted for mnet ba delivered within twenty daya and the remainderwltklu fifty daya after acceptance of Ihemeupoaale. All the artIclve wTn be aub jeet to Inspection by awont Inaiteclora appolntad by authority of the Culled Btataa. Proposals will be accompAnlad by a proper gnarantee, setting forth that If the contract la awarded to the party named therein he will at once eiecnte the same and give bonds In double the amount of the contract for the faithful performance of the aame. The United h tote a reaervee the right to reject all bide deemed unreasonable. , _ , Proposals to be endoraed "Proposals for furoiablng Amy Supplies," and addressed to _ Lieutenant Colonel d. ii. ytnton, Deputy Quartermaster Oeneral United Htalaa Army. Army pt'rri.iks-ofpi k of army olotiiiro and Equipage, corner ol Broome end Ureene streets. New Turk, Aprlm, WW. Heeled proposals will be received at thle office until 13 o'clock on Monday, the Hat Instant. for furnishing at the Depot of Army Dlothlng and Equipage In this > It/, t,0M racking Holes (more or lreai, to be eitended to 10,91), If re. qulaite, and to be delivered from time to time ao may be required. The bovea to be made of good one inoh white nine, free from all holea ami eueh knnle and bleiaiaheaaa wnnld Impair the strength of the lumbri : 10 *>e tongned and grooeed, planed on the Inside, andcovera to be planed on both aldna; the enda 10 be battened on the m'talde with atilpa three Inches wule; to be strapped with go.id hoop polea, the ends of which nine! lap eight Inches on the aide a; d I men alone?fonr feet long, two fret two Inches deep, onef.iot eight Inches wide, in aide menauroment. All hoica will bo subject io in?p<- 'Ion, sod any that are considered unht will be rejects d. Judders will atate how how many they can deliver pot day. Proposals will bo accompeiM j by a proper guaranty, eelling forth that If thn contract la ..warded to the pony named tlicrout ho will at one; sicsttte tne same, and give honda in doul I the amonnlof the contract for the faithful pjrl'ormani o of tho aame. The Dulled Kiat'a reecrvea the right to reject all hide doomed unieaeo"able. I'r 11 o?a a w? In; rwloraed "Propoeele for furnishing racking House," and addressed to . _ . l,t Col. O 11 VIN I OR, Bepui| (juaitrru aater tienerel V, B. Army, i 3 RHirnwo. I OK DON EXHIBITION J HETl'KN TICKETS, I.ONDON ANO BACK. First rtus* $181 ThudH.iai 81 STEAM WEKKLY TO U V ERPOOL. touching at yuecr.s I? . u fCo.k U iroOi I. The Li?< rpo-u. New York and i'uba drlpbia Su-am-hlp Company Int nil d-spalehiag i heir foil pon i-risl Clvde-hullt iron steamship* u* folio ? CITY OK BALTIMORE Katnrilay April If KANGAROO S.itur lav, April M CITY OK NEW YORK Saturday, May M and every am needing Saturday, at noon, from pirr AJ Norm river. K ATI.H or raSSACB. Fnet i ulnn $;.i steerage $38 I Hi. tu London. -.. MO Do. to London V l)o. t? Pari* Hfi D<>. to I'ari* IdlJo. to Hamburg . HA Do. to Hamburg . 3f Pa-seiiger>. also forwarded to Havre, Bremen, Rotteidam, Antwerp, Ao., at eqoa.ly Ion rati a. Kama from Liverpool or Oueeimtown: First cabin, $75 $8ft. $ltlft. K tec rage from Liverpool, $10, From yueens town. (::o. Tickets ran- he hou ht here at these rates, enabling people io hi nil tor their friends. Tin-so ?tr-anirra have superior accommodation* for puaaen gers; are strongly built in water-light iron sections, and ear ry patent Hie annihilaloia. Eiperiemed surgeou* are at taeoed to each Hteaoier. For further Information apply In Liverpool to William lit man, Agent, 22 Water street; luiilu-gow toAleaander Mai colin, 5 St. Enoch npiare, in Oueeimtown to C. A W. D. Seymour A Co.; in I.ondou to Elves A Macey, 81 King William . street: in Paris to Jules Deno te, ft Place d? la Bourse; la Philadelphia to John U. Dale. Ill Walnut street; or at lbs Corni any's offices. JOllN U. DALE, Agent, IS Broadway, New York. The British and north American royal Mail Mb aiuer*. rKon nr.w roan to utbrsool. Chief Cabin Pas-age $1!H Second Cabin Passage 71 rhom boston to livkbtool. Chief Cabin l'assaee 911] Second Cabin Pus-age 8t SCOTIA. Copt. .1 lutkins, CHINA i apt. Andenon, PERSIA, Capt. Lott, ASIA, Capl. Cook, AKAHIA 'Cupt. Stone. Fl KOPA.Ci.pt. J. LeiteK, AFRICA, Cupt. Shannon, C ANADA, Capt Muir. AMERICA, Capl. Mooilie. M VUARA. Capt. A. Kyrie. Al.' HTRALASlAN. There vessels carry a clear while light at mast bead* I'ttt at siarhoard. and red on port how. ASIA. Shauuon, leave Now York Wednesday, April 38* CANADA. Macauley, leave Boston Wednesday, April981 PERSIA, Ladt, leave New York Wednesday, May 7. El'ltOPA, Stone, l ave B-ision Wednesday, May 14. CHINA, Atnb-isoii, leave New York Wednesday, May 21. NIAGARA, Cook, leave Boston Wednesday, May 28. SCOTIA. Judkins, leave New York Wednesday, June 8. CANADA. Mo"dle. leave Boston Wednesday, June 11. Berths not secured nntil paid tor. An eiperieneed surgeon on board. The owner of t hose chips will not ho aeeonntable for gohf silver, bullion, specie, jew elry, precious stouen or metals, unless lulls of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereat therein expressed. For li'uigbt or passage apply 10 E. t I SARD. No. 4 Bowling Orecn._ HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY. STEAM TO EONDON, H tMIICRO. HAVRE Ailll nut UlAAI'IUri. The favorite llr.t rlaxe and c;c?aut iron mail htenmehif BAVARIA, E. Meier commander, i arryitig the United Slab i null. sail- from pier No. 21 North river, foot of Fultos *ireef, povltively on HATI'RDA V, the 19th Apill, and label passe ncei*for London, Hambnig, Havre and HoulLan.utoi at the following rates:? Kir*I eab n 9101 Second cnbiu . (A Steerage si 'fie- Teiitonia will suoreeil the B.naria on Mar 3 Kor pa* uge, apply excluHivel; to it. RICHARD A BOAS, No. 191 Broadway, New York. STEAM TO LONDONDERRY. GLASGOW AND LITER, pool.?The Montreal Kteumiihlp t'onipauv'* firm cla-a, ful' powered, Clyde hullt steamer HIBERNIAN, CapL Grang* carrying the Canadian and United States mails, will Mil from Portland next Saturday, April 19. Rates of passage from New York;?First class, according to accommodation* 980 and $M; steerage, found with good provisions. $30. Cer> lltirates Issued for bringing out passengers from all the pritb ripaliowns In Great Britain and Ireland at very low rate* Kor passage apply at 23 Broadway. New York. 8 abel A seari.e, General Agents. THE NORTH GERMAN LLOYDS' STEAMSHIP BBS MEN. II. Vessels, commander, carrying the United States mail, will sail from pier SO North river, foot of Oh ambers street, on SATURDAY. MAY 10, at 12 o'clock M., BREMEN VIA*souTH AM PTON, taking passengers to london, HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. t tlie follow ing rates ? For the first cabin, 9100; second cabin, $90; steerage, 999. For freight or peonage apply to ' OELRtCHS A GO., OB Broad street. STEAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST, LONdonderryand Dublin, for ISO.?The A1 pewsrfail Clyde built new atramship ST. uEOKi.K, Cape Wylle. win sail from pier S7Norlb river, foot of Beach street, on Saturday, April 19, at J2 o'clock noon. This steamshlo la fltted In the most approved style to lniure the comfort and safety af Kmanger*. Rates of psuage:?Cabin, 940; Intermediate. 5; steerage, 910, Including an abundant supply of eookaa Pro* Islons. Apply to FRANCIS MACDONALD * CO., N*. 9 Bowling Green. FOR LIVERPOOL?OLD BLACK STAR LINK-tub packet ship BELLE WOOD, lying at pier 29 Bast river, sails April 21. The dinner ship ADELAIDE salla Apnl 99 For passage apply to WILLIAMS A guion, 49 Fulton street. For liverpool-tapscotts line?ship underwriter, at pier 36 East river, sail* on the Kth of April. For passage to or from the old country at low rates, or diwfla on England or Ireland, apply to TAP8COTT A CO., 8t) South street. PASSAGE 1 ROM OR TO IRELAND-BY thompson'S Black Star Mine for Liverpool. The splendid packet ship OKIENT, at pier $ North river, sails April 21. Froaa Liverpool a ship of this line sails every week. Apply at 979 Tearl street. /COMMENCING MAY 1, 1862. 1 I HTVIMT iUUiVflVUVITfl for california, via 1'an am a. For the better ac, 'ommodatlon of tlie Urge number Of HO pie now emigrating to the gold mining districts of California and British Columbia, FOUR steamers per month will bo despatched from New York and from Ban Kranciaco respeottreiy, Instead of three, na heretofore. Regular days of departure from N'W York, on the 1st, flh, 16th and 2tth, except when thrae dates fall on Sunday, when the day of departure will be the Monday following. For freight or postage apply at the only office of the Dm, No. 6 Bow ling tlreen, New York. I). B. ALLEN, Agent. Australia pioneer line-carrying the United States mall ?The dipper ship CITY OF BATH, Carney commander, for Melborns, Is rapidly oadins el pier 10 Bast river. The clipper sMp SOUTH AMERICA. LJnootn vommaudrr, fur Sydney, at pier 12. The clipper hark carLOTTA. for New Zealand, Carlotta, at pier W East river. Ibr freight or passage apply to R. \V. CAMERON, K> Beaver afreet. Caaii advances made on unproved consignments. Consignees ?n Australia, Messrs. It. TOWNS a Co. For havana. The United States mail steamship colombia, R. Adams. United States Navy. Oommaador. Will leave pier No. 4 Nortn river, on Wednesdny, April 9 1662. at 12 o'clock precisely. Fas*porta rnn be procured irom the Spanish ConsuL ??>..? _ For Havana via Nassau, n. p.-tbr raitmh and North American Royal Mail atenmahlp Rarnafe, Captain Le Meaaurler. will aall for tba above porta, from Ik* Company's wbarf at Jersey City, on Saturday March 201 Saturday..... May SA Satttsday April] 26 I Saturday Juad S Passage money to Nassau $6S Fa-sage money to Havana 60 An eiperienced Surgeon on board. For freight or passage nonly to E. CUNARU, No. 4 Bowling rfreea. The steamship roanoke will leave ptbm No. IS North river, on Saturday, April It, at 12 o'clock, tor Havana direct. lcdlam, heinbkbn sco., 118 Broadway. COPARTNERSHIP BOTICM. ~ An extraordinary opportunity por a? en? terprising t(Un to inveat a few hundred dollars, where It will bo perfectly safe and yield $l,0UU a month, as shown by positive proof. Apply at 608 and 606 Broadway, room A, up lairs, CM. CORDBLL, LATH CORDELL, AMBRY A HUM , begs to Inform hla friends and the public gens rally thai he la now located nt N<>. 662 Broadway, with Mr. Pfnaels Ball, merchant tailor, where he respectfully .sottHta a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed upon him In past jeara. riOrARTNBRSHIP.-A GENTLEMAN, WHOSE BOM O has had fours' experience aa clerk, wishes to start him In some respectable business, with a rash capital ofBMOE Vk. k.^i.as. m.iat Km mmfm AHsirmaa Pmrlnpr U?PEld oftrt. Having oboanked a corporation under thm atyle or the Ray HUte Hardware 0< aiiiany, the eopnrVnerahiu heretoforeeilillng. between the aubM-rlbera under the nan c of riemnnt, HawkeeACo., la by mutual eaaaeal dlaaolved. Elihfr party are autnorlted to uae tba nam of the late Brin Id aettleinent. _ The gondii may be found with Bawkea, Pratt A Co., wo. ? Bee km an atreet, *. T. ? CLBMBNT, ?\ K. HAWRK8, EDWIN MATNARO. Nohr?*Mrrow, Maaa., April 1,18#2. Partner wantkq.-?i,ou(>-in a well ebtajbliahed and profitable buatneaa. Party ean control the money. Referenoes etrbanged Other Ineealmcntv BOW open. IRELAND, HINl KLET A CO.,88 Naaaau street THE COPARTNERSHIP OP CRBVHLINO. GARRISON a Beaoh la thle day dl?aol?ed by mutual enaoajt. The hitalnoaa of the lata firm will bo settled by E laha W. Crevellng and Samuel W ilairlaon, who will continue tho butlnraa under the nrm of < reveling A Oarrieon. Naw Toaa, April 18, HAL Wanted?a partner, with prom Ji.ooa IP g.1,U??, In the proTlaluc bualiieaa. Add rata W. M., bo? 30} Herald office. _ aofin -a PARTNER WANTED, in a light manp, Jh^UU. (aeturlnit business; ?ua that can oversea the manufacture and putting up the articlesiij;ndy for thei market and nlllng ordera. Apply to F. D. RICHARDSON a CO., S3 and 84 Naaaau street. AOPA -WANTED. A RELIABLE MAN TO A?fI8T XZOU. In a caah huatneaa; the right parly, with nhotik jlSOeaah, ean meet with a permanent business, and a eniW liberal Income. Aliply to fT M AITLAND. 104 Broadway. ti nnn obntlbman dwibm w?jj *" ipl.UUU. aMwe amount u? enter WW boat?ey|tT1?B Time It.uOO per annum; molt unq?'??"onrtl? fertreneja firm and required; aniwer to etale oharaeter ?I buetorae. Add rent /. A. B., nation D. HI nnn _y\ rOMPETIKT MAN W0U1JD UI? TO $1,000. entaae In mmi eatabllahed tMJlng batfPMa, &Uh.c"atdS^Thl. .in;.And km money. Produce romml.?l. n ; "* ? w?b"? ?? ferred. Addmia Bn?inex?, H rthl "I.I ^ m> Ai nan CABIIA*D ACTtVK PAHTMBB V^^"S!StottarKKSi8S awii?!?'??.? ? . .??? Mil ?t A? Mne y W<K * rrSTfl -rARTNBR WANTBD-A PI It AON W1TI* *2 000. r*v. WWme*..inaiHimUmw,lw?ii ammtaa n?ln?"r?l InV>in? '*'* ? ?! fkJ1"* nmnnfMlnriM bnetnemj i? 'JUISn.?T?rr)Nl Bestelty r frionen fteeft and required. B., bait B'JU Boil ofllco. Ntma bu? principal* eMaddrtiA ? .. nAA TO I10.000.-A rKRROIf WITH TI19 S5.000 nnnrr amount, and win. the (mil of WlJhen to unite hlinaoif with a home alrra y enlai. lahod in the wholeraln yrocet7 and prorlitoo bmlneM. Ad.lrime, foB ene d?J, H. U., P?at -I ..n nnn WANTBD-IN A "APE AND UK LI An $10,000 Me bu.lm?? front ? ho i. n.'a.?o prw i , wltK Irno-.tmra. w ill ' ?gnnrenieedt a parly dr.lrin. wIf re* hat amount will i?e t.oeted u ilk OR -Wei W??M- Apr'l B V L0vkB,.ur.n? Ureal.

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