Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 8, 1862, Page 11

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 8, 1862 Page 11
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HOVSH8, ROOMS. AO., TO L.HT. A SMALL, GENTEEL Till bE STORY HOI SK TO rent, lu Brooklyn, li>e ui uwalk irora ferry good neigh bo rh'jod; n-ut %iJO App > to W Bliltn, at EUrta h Hotel, oorntr of Cunul ana i^i,re Ktrreta, N. V., btjioro 9 4. M. or from IS to 2, or *uy ii?ue tfler 6 P. M. _ A NICK TWO STORY AND ATTIC HOUaK, WELL LO aatcd, to rent or for mile, it lias g?a an J ? ?'? r and line yard, nod la lu good order CI1AS E MILLS, 34' odar street. ^ A STAND TO LET?FAVCIIABLY LOCATED IN THE vicinity ot Waahiugfe Market, wall adapted for tho meat or produce business. luuulro of D. D. 81 AKIN, at the Ci>ot of Barclay street. on tin pier. FURNISHED HOUSE TO IBT-IN .SOI Til HliOOlC lyn, for four or aU months; pleasantly located an 1 handsomely furnished; xiineuieut to the ierry. Address B. H. W., Herald ottlee. _____ _ _ FURNISHED APAIU'MENTS TO LET-IN BKOOKLVN, lu binu ur separata rooms, with all tin1 luoderu im provements; hot and (.old \*ater, gas, batli, hue yard, grai.u 2'. Kent moderate, For particular* inquire at 2H0 Bridge raet, Brooklyu. Handsomely furnished to let-at reduced rent, Ij u private family, 1 -*0 West Thirty fourth street, high ftoop, every improvement, unusual con veniences, and in p:rieel order. Apply lroui 10 lo 4 o'clock on the pramiaea. NO. 12 ELEVENTH STREET?TO LET, A NEATLY furnished Bou??, near Broadway, to a respectable te nant; all the modern improvements. To he seen from 12 to 2 o'clock, or inquire at 12 University place. RAVENSWOOD?TO LET, A LARCH COTTAGE, with IS rooms, near the East river, with carriage house, large garden, fruit, shade, shrubberv, Ac.: more land if deal red. Apply to J. C. MALLORY, 20ri' Hroadway, room 8. from 10 ta 3. TO LET-A LITTLE HOUSE, 28 CHARLES STREET; haa all modern improvements; convenient to Fourth streetand Amity line ot stages or the Sixth avenue ears; rent (401). Inquire In the store, Mo. 26, or of P. C. D0KE M US, 285 Twelfth street. TO LET?AT HIGH BRIDGE, THE COUNTRY SEAT Of B. K Carman, with coach house, greeu houses, Ac. Aiao. at Oarmanavlile, a Houae, with roach house, on lS2d (treet, overlooking Hudson river. Likewise two three story t>rlok House* at Carmansrllle, and Collage at High Bridge. Rent low to good tenants. Inquire of K. F. CARMAN, 1,254 Broadway. TO LBT?THE FOUB STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT House 162 West Twenty-ufth street, wiih all the mo tern improvements, in perfect order. Furniture, which is tew, lor sale, or would let, t uruishrd, to a responsible party. "jan be teen between 11 and 1 o'clock. r LBT?AT WASHINGTON HEIGHTS (POSSESSION immediately), a Furnished House, at |, "S0, not fur nahed, $>?). T>velre rooms, gas and water; two acres in Erden, lawnsaiid walks; stocked with fruit, well shaded, hools, churuhes, markets and stores neat l.y. Also two Sothic Cottagts, half acre gardens; rents. aud $810; a: tess to and from the city by railroads; iisabo.iis hoi.r y. For particulars apply to Messrs. UEDEKICK A SEARS, Maiden lane, corner oi Liberty place. TO LET-AT THE FOOT OF SIXTY SIXTH STREET, fronting on the East river, a huge double Gothic Col lage, carriage house, stable, burden, and I!. e acres of groun 1. Cf not let immediately, on- or two lamllies can be accommo lated with Apartments for the summer season, ft.ruished or - anfurnlshed, with or w ithout Board. Apply ou the pr niaes, or at the Empire Sewing Machine Company, 610 Broadway, TO LET?CHEAPEST BROWN STONE HOUSE IN New York, East Thirty-fourth atreet; three stories, high ?aaement, every improvement, never before rented, good neighborhood lull sue, hue chandeliers, Ac., throughout. Immediate possession. $550, cash down; lust half price. IOHN KG1.. LER, olhce of Belmont Hotel, 133 Kultoa street. TO LBT?A NEAT COTTAGE, AT BRIER CLIFF, SING Sing, with eight rooms; house 28 feet square; a tine [ardeu, tilled with fruits; a tine view of the river. Inquire at the depot for BrinkerhoD's Cottage, or at the Sun In lu ranee Company, 4H Wall atreet. TO LET-A LARGE BOOM, IN A FIRST RATE LOCA tiou, for any light manufacturing business; 40 by 20 Teet, well lighted; rent low to a good tenant. Persons re tiring storage cau also be accommodated on moderate erma. Apply at 378 8izth avenue, tirst tloor, front, in the *flloe. to LET?FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, A BEAU Ufully situated country residence, 13 rooms, near Sail ors Snug Harbor ferry, (north shore), Staten Island; large garden, well shaded lawn of several acres, stable aud every convenience for a large family; perfectly healthy. Bent, ?unfurnished, $480. Call at Dr. Elliott's otlce, University Building, 32 Waverley place, or on GEORGE EARRETT, Baq. No. 8 Wall atreet. mo LET?A LARGE DOUBLE HOUSE AT BERUEN JL Poiut, consisting of twenty rooms, suitable for a hotel, summer boarding house or young ladlea' school, or for two families, as the rooms and basements are alt allkf on either aide, as much room as in any ordinary sized house; near the water, good ashing and bathing; only forty minutes' sail or -one hour's drive from the city. Barn, carriage house aud vegetable garden. Inquire at 62 West Eighteenth street, be tween fifth and Sixth avenues. r LET?THIRD STOBT OF HOUSE NO. 48 WEST Tenth street, consisting of six Rooms, with all the xnoaern improvements, lnagenteel neighborhood; rent (18 Rr month. Inquire at 62 West Eighteenth street, between fth and Sixth avenues. qiO LET-SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED ROOMS, TO X gentlemen only, without Board, at 23 Ninth street, be tween Fifth and Sixth avenues. TO LET?THE SMALL, GENTBEL THREE STORY House 102 East Twenty-eighth street; consists of dining and reception room, large parlor, live sleeping rooms and afl modern improvements; $400. Open from 12 to 2. J. R. WILCOX, 185 Fifth aveuue, corner Twenty-third street. TO LBT?A FRONT BOOM (WITH FIREPLACB) AND Bedroom connecting, on second Door; one Rooai on third Boer aa a kitchen; gas and Croton, Ac.; all jus< cleaned in best manner. Will be let to respectable parties. House gen teel. 170 Thompson street. Inquire for (lve days. rpo BB LBT?THE LOWER FART OF HOUSE NO. 58 X Monroe street, with all modern Improvements, cheap to ft good tenant. Inquire on the premises. mo LBT, IN BROOKLYN-LOWER FART OF HOUSB X 317 Hloks street, third door from Degraw, two handsome Parlors aud back Basement and part or Third Floor. Less room If required, to suit tenant Gas, water, Ac. Location desirable and rent very low. Apply on the premises, or to QBO. LANB, 24 Park place, New York. ? JKirOBKSUOP TO LET-AT 108 EAST TWENTY-FIFTH ITT street: a four story brick building, with two story rear stAjjtllding; rent very low. Apply to MrTWAKB, No. 8 Reads PER MONTH, INCLUDING OAS.?TO LET, IK 90 Brooklyn, to a gentleman and wife, two large Booms and three Pantries on third door, with privilege In basement. Neighborhood and apartments pleasant. Apply at No. to Fleet street. HOR8E8, CARRIAOKM, dtC. ^ TWO seat rockawayand LIGHT TOP WAGON KuMd, in exchange for Sewing Machines of oelebrated ?lakers Addrea* A. B. L, station A Post office. A KINK PAIR OP pont BULT MORGAN HORSES lor - ?1" -16 hands hlgb, with Hag t*il?, beautiiul dnvera, wrie.-tly kind and gentle. Also a apleudid Mingle Horse, a luperflne harness or saddle beast, with a double set of light Harness, top Wagon, |>ole and sbana. Also a Trotting Wagon. All will be sold at a very moderate price. Apply at 10 West Thlrtleih aires I. CARRIAGES, HORSES ANp HARNEfM FOR BALE?AT the Brooklyn i Kiuj? ousnty) Manufactory ami Ware ?tKims The mul auiroved nnd fashionable sprlsg styles of Carriages, Brett*, Phaetons, llalochea, Top and open Bug gle.s, Gernissjtown and other Roekaways, Grocers' And Bu siness Wagons, Depot and Hotel Carriages, and aecund hand "^Triages and Waunna of all kinds; also llormw, Harness tnd Saddlery. 10 Nevins street and 184 Pulton avenae. FOR SALE?A GOOD BLACK HORSB, Ft RNITURE Can and Harness; price $1SU. Will be sold separate or oaeiher. Apply at tne una I otboe la Court street, Mltoeen Atlantic and State. Brooklyn. ClOR HALE-A FINE BAY COUPE HORSE. 10 HANDS F higk, stylish and prompt driver. Sold for want of use. ?squire ol A. McBRIDE, 'Alt East Fifteenth street. gilOR SALE-A FIJiE LARGE COUPE BAY HORSE, 17 1; hands hlgli and s ven yearn old; warranted iound, kind and fast; aohl low only lor *-*ut of use. Apply at H. A. f uLler'a ataluas, 1SI East Bruadwur, oorner ol uouverneur ?tteet. For sale-a trustee sokrel mare, soind and kind In every re?tee.i, a line saddle h.-ast, and notsur oassed la harness. Apply at TU KM HK -> Riding Academy, torner of Twenty-stub (tract aud Sutb nvsuue, for Mr. B. ? nara. Ij^OR SALE?A LONG ISLAND BRED IIOR8E, JUST I; in from Suit'olk county, bright bay, six v.*ar* old, about ?&H haii is high, kind and gentle In all harness, and can trot 'n tbree ramuts* or better 10a wagon. Can be aeen at CarU t Lewia' stable, Si ? ultoa street, Brooklyn. For sale?a beautiful DARK CHESTNUT sor rel llor.e, US han :s high, six years old, sound and kind A all work; baa been used as a lady's saddl. nurse lor over a year. Call M 487 Water street. For bale?a valuable farm horse sixteen hands high; stylish and free driver; price fMO. Also a tandsoini- Canadian Mare: fast trolter, nrlre 171. Also a mice family Horse; price $125. Apply at 125 Canal street. For bale?the trotting horse john wands, at a very low flxure, is in good condition, and can trot ta fast as ever. Apply to I'eed A Co., Ml Pulton street, Brooklyn, or at luedeker's autble,|l! Boeivni street. For sale-three Canadian ponies; one team to match; will In single or double liarnt'KS: as the ?wner has tut further use for them, they will be sold cheap 'or cash. Por further particulars inquire at W Thompson 'treet. eORHK, MAOIC SHIFTING TOP WAGON, HARNESS and Blankets, all of which can be seeu at me Howard ?tables, coruer of Grand and Mercer streets, alter 3 PM. Price $340 WANTKD-A PONT, It* TO U AMDS HIGH, OVER 7 years old. Must be senile, kind, tound and w?ll broken to single harnesa and the saddle; one having been ?sed by lad lee or children preferred. Addreee box W Poet ftOloe, elating priee and where ta be seen. WANTED-8TABLB ROOM OR O HORSES AND a carriage. Id the neighborhood ol Spring street and II roalway. Id quire of WILTAYLOR, Mi Broadway .. " ... A?TROLOGYr Mrs hatb. medical and business clairvoy ant, can be ooueulted at 36 Leroy street, near Blceckcr ?. detect diseases and prescribe resoe.tles. Rtmliiesa and siedu al Interviewg, $1; by Ietu% enclosing hair, IJ. (tf ADAMS OLIFFORD?UNRIVALLED CLAIRVOYANT IYL and buslnass medium, 107 Deaa stree,i corner of Hoyt, BrooMyn. Remedies ptrerrlbod, everiu foretold, lore re. stored, absent Irleuds louni. Ouslaese consultations Ml tents; Medical $1. Mrs. addie banker, spiritual medium, WEDI cal and business r.lairvorant, continues to give tatls fa. linn to ii'imeroiis visitors, day snd eTenlnj. Rooms :tIt Fourth street, four doors west of Brja4w*y. N. B ? Deline ation of character by letwr. RflSH DAVIS. THE BEAUTIFUL CANADIAN OIPNY IVI I'almltl, ha* e.oic lu ted to rerrnln a shor t time longer. Bli* has remove: io.'>iSli rfisl'li s'reet ('"osidt her llil med.stslr; she hs ? fi' s. '?l In det'-rihlii* tho pot, prevnl and lulu're. Ladioe 'V> ?.tall j gon.MiMii W oentt. Uvurl ' n?UA. M. W'Ut L. MIiER AT rfUOTIOIt. Auction notice. M. B CHAPMAN, AUCTIONEER. HOUSKIi.,U) KUHNITURK, PAiNriNus, statuary and many rare and ele OA NT WORKS OK AKT, lo be peremptorily sold at public auction On thl-i day (THURSDAY). May 8. SA l.h COMMENCING AT UM( 0 OLOt'K PRECISELY, At the elegant mansion No. 4H West Sixteenth street, be iwwn Fifth and Sixth avenue* :? SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, th- ri< neat ItutriinitDi oll'ered at auction this season, superb ly carved ten and cite, four round corners, full iron plate, overstrung bass, all the modern improvements, made by city makers, fully tested by competent judges. and pronounced a superior instrument; rosewood Canterbury, do. Stool,cover ed In brocade, French cloth Cover; B<>oketM and Secretary, Enoolainires, lady's Work Table, Writing Dealt, French Plate Her M rrors. marble Slabs and Bracket*, two large Mantel Mirrors, richly carved frames; embroidered Li e Curtains, Fren-ih Shades, Cornices, two ruagnlficeut Suirs Draw ini{ Room Furniture, covered in three colored rstiin brocage ot the richest description, carved in solid rone wood ; two Tete-&-Tete Sofas, two Arm and eiKiit Back Chairs, rosewood Centre Tables, slat nary inarble top to mat-h the suite; Eugeresjlned Willi satin wood, marble tops,mirror door and back; King's put. nt Reclining Easy Choirs, Pier, Card and Quartette Ta bles; < )il Paintings by Hole, Iiunan, Legraud, Be lores. Eg law and other eminent artists ; Assumption Virgin Mary, Iro u eeh braied painting in the Louvre. Paris; Storm at Sea, by rlugernagln; two superb match Paintings, black walnut, Chairs to matoh; Oilcloth, Stair Carpets. Cham bers?1 " Ji Brussels Carpets, rosewood marble top Dress ing Bureaus. Bs lsleads ana Commodes to match; Toilet Ta bles, shaving Standi, Rockers, Couches, Arm ai.d Oval Back Chairs covered in satin; Spring and Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Oval Mirrors, Pastel Paintings, Decorated China Toilet Sets, Hrocatel Curtains, Ac. Upper Chambers?Mahogany and block walnut Bureaus, Sofas, Rockets, Washstands. Dining Room?Solid carved oak Buf fet, statuary marble top; Hertz's patent Extension Tobln, Arm Chairs, Couches, elegant sets Crystal sad Ruby Class, Decanters, Wines, Coblets, Champagnes, Lemonades Tum blers, Celery, Fruit and Preserve Stands; Finger Bowls, Ruby and Oold Liquor Sets, (told and China Dinner Sets, Silver and richly Decorated Tea Set, forty-four pieces; solid silver Dinner and Tea Sets, SilverWare, Coffee Urn, Casters, Cake Baskets, Napkin Rings, Spoons, Forks, Ivory Handled Table Cutlery. Also, Basement and Kitchen Furniture. Auction sale.?r. w. westcott, auctioneer. Large sale of Mngnlficent Furniture. Two elegant rosewood Parlor Suits, in Solferino satin and three colored brocatel. Statuary marble top Centre and Pier Tables. 8plendtd rosewood Pianoforte, Stool and Cover. Magnificent Etageres, Secretaries, rich Carpeta, Bronzes, Statuary, beautiful Parlor Ornaments, Vases, Ac., Ac. To l>e peremptorily sold, for cash, THIS (THURSDAY) AFTERNOON, AT TWO O'CLOCK, At the live story residence 1&2 West Twenty-lirst street, Between Seventh and Eighth avenues. To lie removed immediately, consisting of magniucent Eliza bethan Ei. geres, cost $300; statuary marble lop Centre, Sofa and Pier Tables, superb rosewood Pianoforte, scren octave, Fischer, maker; cost $400, with Cabinet, Stool and Cover; four elegant Pier and Mantel, with Slabs and Tables; Da mask and Lace Curtains, rich French Shada, solid rosewood Parlor Suits, in brocatel; walnut do., in French reps; rose wood Sncrctary and Bookcase, lady's Escretoire, Marque' terle and Bois de Rose Cabinets, rosewood and walnut Tete a-Tetcs, Bronzes, elegant Etagere and Manle 1 Vases, cost $70 a pair; French Work Tables; Parian and Bisque Orna men s, with a valuable collection of Paintings?two Marine Views, by Northcote; Lanscapes, 4c.; Bronze Chandeliers, .' corner Eia.'eres. Turkish Loung'-s, wlih Cha rs to match. DINING ROOM. CHAMBER AND LIBR \RY. Fourteen feet oak Extension Table, oak Dining Chairs, mar ble top Hufl'ut, rich French Itobci.iian China Tea Sets, Ac., to match throughout; Ivory Cutlery. Silver Ware, Casters, Urus, Spoons, Forks, crystal and ruby Cut Glass Goblets, Champagnes and Wines, with a complete assortment ot rich Cut Glass, rosewood Bedsteads, superior hair and spring Mattresses, oval Mirrors, Chamber Suits, bronze Clocks, Solas, Lounges, spring seat and Cottage Chairs, Card Tables, elegant Beds ami Bedding, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Stair Carpets, Hall Stands, with a large variety of rosewood and mahogany Chamber and other Furniture not enumer ated. N. B.?Special attention is called to this sale, as the Furniture Is as good as new, and will be peremptorily sold. Catalogues at house. Reliable men wlU be in attendance to cart, pack or ship goods lor purchasers. Auction notice.-d. d. caulkins, auctioneer. OPFICE :t33 BROADWAY. LAROE SALE OF RICH AND CO&TLY HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ELEGANT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE. ROSEWOOD PARLOR SUITS IN BROCATEL, VALUABLE PAINTINGS, ARTISTIC BRONZES, MARBLE GROUPS, AC., AO. D. D. CAULKINS A CO. will sell, on Thursday, May 8, at the elegant private residence, 218 West Fourteenth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, commencing at 10% o clock A.M. The sale comprises the entire contents of the house. The elegant Parlor Furniture was made to order and is in solid rosewood. The whole will lie sold to the highest bidder for cash, offering extra inducements lo purchasers, as the entire Furniture of the bouse is nearly new, ana must be sold, owing to removal. Elegant rosewood Pi anoforte, seven octave, with all modern Improvements, overstrung bass, Ac., cost $900, with guarantee for three years: rich rosewood Stool, covered in satin and embroi dered Cover; three elegant full suits of rosewood Parlor Fur niture, in rich brocade and satin; rosewood Etageres, splen did and costly Parian Ornaments, rich Vases, Ac.; also, a magnificent collection of rare Paintings, rosewood Turkish Easy Chairs, In Sne reps; rosewood Centre and Side marble top Tables, riehly carved Chamber Suits, in rosewood and mahogany; Bureaus, carved Bedsteads, over 600 yards of ele gant Velvet, Brussels and Ingrain Carpeta; Washstands, Sofa Beds, in fine hair cloth; ten pure Hair Mattresacs, from 40 to 80 pounds, madu to order, and In excellent condition; Din ing Room Furniture consists ot fine oak Extension Table, Silver Ware, rich China, Ivory and silver Cutlery, Forks, Spoons. Ac., with heavy cut and engraved Glassware of every description. Sale positive. N. B.?'The above Furniture la of the best description, and offers extraordinary inducements to housekeepers and others. A competent person in attendance to cart, pa-k and ship goods lor purchasers, at a reasonable charge. Auction notice.?e. roth, auctioneer. LAROE SALE OF ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, beautiful BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS, OUT GLASS. CHINA AND SILVER WARE. RICH CHINA AND PARIAN VASES, AC. This day. May 8, at 2 o'clock precisely, at I he elegant resi dence No. 119 West Eighth street, between Filth and Sixth avenues, consisting of three elegant Parlor Suits, covered in rich satlu brocatel, green velvet, reus and hair cloth; large Oval Mirrors, rosewood Centre and Side Tables, two Etageres, with mirror back and doors, cost each $126; tine Lsre Curtains, Chamber Suits, elegant Tete-a-Tetes, covered in hair cloth; mahogany Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstands, Hair and Spring Mattresses, Beds. Bolsters, Pillows, Blankets. Sofa Beds, Lounges, Mirrors, Clocks, Vsses, Spring Seat Chairs, Ingrain Carpets, single and double black walnut Bedsteads. Washstands. Tables. Rockers, Mirrors, Paintings, black wal nut Extension Table, Buffet, French China Tea Beta, Ivory Table Cutlery, Glass, China and Sliver Ware, Table Cutlery, oak Dining Chairs, Oilcloths, Stair Carpets, Chandeliers, Ac. Sale positive. All the goods must be removed twenty-four hours after the sale. N. B.?Reliable men will be la attendance lo cart, pack or ship the gooda for purchasers. Auction notice.?large stock of second baud Clothing.?A. M. CRISTALAR. auctioneer, will Mil on Friday, May 9, at 10>? o'clock, at 23 Bowery, a large and extensive atock as above, comprising about ISO Silk Dreaoes, all ooiora and patterns; 200 ( ali o. Muslin and De laine Dream**; also a lar^e assortment of Broche, Crape and Woollen Shawls, Basques, Capes and Mantlllaa: a large lot of Qailts, Blanket*. Sheets, Boot*, Shoe*, Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, Ac.; also Men'* Clothing, Coats, Pants, Veats, *c., Ac. Hale positive, without reserve, and well worthy the attention of the trade. Auction notice (Horsbs and waoonsv RICHL) WALTERS, auctioneer, sells, this dsy, at 10ii o'clock, at 48 Bayard street, several sound young Horses, among th'tn one team of handsome well matched Gray*, long tails, 7 yeor* old; a tesin at Brown Horses, M snd Harness; one bav Eipresa Horse. Wagon ami Harness; one youug Day, lS)j haada hUli; one Brown Msre, Doctor'.-; Waaon and Harueaa; one pretty I!rev Saddle Mare, one Brown (fast) Horse, 16)4 hnnds high; several new shifting and do Top Wagons (Brewkters), two good Ko kaways. two llajk Light Wagons, several 8lugle aud Double Harnesses All mustn? sold; no limit or reservation; MftlM wanuugto sell Horses, Ac., should apply early morning of sale. Sale pun?ual. Auction sale ?f furniture in bkooklyn-by COLE A MURl'HY, at 10)? o'clock tlila dav. at 339 Fulton street, consisting of rosewood Parlor Suits, black walnut, mahogany aid other Bedsteads, Bureaus, Fancy Tables, 20 Carpets, Oilcloths, Maltrcsscs, China and Silver Plaltd Ware, Feather Beds, Looking Gla*es, Ac. BY E.T. MILLS, AUCTIONEER.?AUCTION NOTICE. Fifty crates of Earthenware, China and Fancy Good*, oti Friday, at 11 o'clock, *t the Motion rooms, 47 Murray street, with an assortment of other Good*. CaUtlomiesready PFITZ8IMMONS, AUCTIONEER, WILL SBLL ON , Friday, 9tb Inst., at 10K o'clock, at 6SI3 Se ond avenue, the futures and contents of a handsome Bar Room, consist. Ing of Counter*, Beer Pumps, a One Bagatelle Table, Casks, Shelving, Bottles, Stock, Ac GEO RGB COOK, AUCTIONEER -ELEGANT HOUSE hold Furniture.?This day, at 10k. o'clock, at salesroom 141 Broadway, next to the American Telegraph ottire, a su per' stock of first class cuatom made Furniture, consisting of Parlor Suits of various klnda, Library Bulls, Reception and Dining Room Suit*. Parlor Secretaries. Etageres, Buf fets, Extension Dining Tables, Chamber Suits, ol rosewood, blaek walnut and mahogany; Library and Secretary Book case*, A moire a Glare, Lounges, Chairs, Hall Stands, Hall Tables and Chairs, Toilet and Chamber plets? making a very desirable stock, for pos'tlve sale. For particular* ?ee cata logues. N. B.?At 13 o'clock one rosewood Pianoforte. /^BO HOI,BROOK AUCTIONEER.?HOLBROOK A VX CAONEY wilt sell, ou Friday, at o'clock, In Twelfth street, between Sixth sa l Seventh avenues, all the ftnuol Furniture of the house, consisting of twoyosewood arlor Suits, Centre Tables, two Pier Minors Lace Curtains, Brussels and ingrain Carpets, Oilcloth*, Plimpton Bedstead, mahogany Bedsteads, Bureaus and Wn*hst*nd?, B*d* ana Bedding, Linen Sheets, Hair Mattre*sea, osk Eitension Table and < hairs to match, and all the Kitchen Furniture, Platod and Glassware, Ac., Ac. CI BO. H#LBKOoK, AUCTIONEER.-HOLBROOK A T CAONEY will sell, this day, at 10K o clock, in Ham mond street, near Greenwich avenue, all the genteel Fur niture of the house, consisting of line Brussels, Three-uly and Ingrain Carpets, Hat Racks, Hall Oilcloths, oval Mir ror*. I'oautlful Lace Curtains and Cornices, mahogany Sofas, chairs anil Rockers, marble top Tables, Ornaments and Picture*, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Waahstand*. Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, and all tbs Dining Room and Kitchen Furniture, Ac. GEO HOLBROOK, AUCTIONEER-OFFICE NO. &09 Broadway.?Mortgage Sale.-HOLBKOOK A CAGNEY will sell, on Saturday next, all the Furniture, Ac., of the hotel known as the Bank, No. 9 Bast Houston street, con sisting of four pull Beer rump, Bar and Fixture*, Pier, Man tel and Bar Mirrors, Engraving* (among which Is one of the encampment of the Seventh regiment, N. Y.), msrblo top Tables Arm Cbslrs, plated Walters, Hue*, Ac.; Gas Chsnde llars, Heater. Olielotn, Crockery, Glass wars, and all other article* usually found In * first class hotel. Catalogues at *al*. JOHN M. SOMKRVILLK, Attorney for Mortgagee. BO-ll#LBRo<Mf AUCTIONEER ? HOLBROOK~I CAGNEY will sell thl* day, at 2 o'clock, at No. 16 West Houston street, near Broadway, the Furniture or a fsmlly declining housekeeping, consisting of Brussels, Three ply snd Ingrain Carpets, Oilcloths, Parlor and Chamber Stilts, line Oas Chandelier*, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Tables, Hair Mat tresses, Festher Beds. Hatracks, Bookcase*, .Stove*, listen sion Tables. Dining Room and Kitchen Furniture, Crockery and Glass Ware, Ac. HENRT H. LEEDS. AUCTIONEBR. VALUABLE HORSBS AND CARRIAGES. HENRY H. LEEDS A CO. will sell at auetlou, on Friday, May 9, at lty'clock. at the stable 17 East Thirteenth street, near Fifth avenue ? . Valuable Hordes, Carriages, Harness, Ac., the property of n gentleman leaving lor Europe, viz:? One pair bay Horses, IS hands high, long tall. One Curtain Carriage, in good order, made by Wood Brothers. One line double silver platod Harness. A pair of valuable norses, bay and black, very fast. A bay Horse, sound and kind aDd gentle. A ?nrrel Horoe. pony built; ex> ellent saddle horse. A fine Rockaway, pole ami shifts and double Harness, Oii? <1o ibr'atlig. Phaeton and single Harness Two men'* Saddles, m good order. One pony Slelsh. Three Robes?one black bear, very line1 one large uulfal *u I one wolf. T igetlier with Horse Blanket*. Sheen sn l other article*. The stable to let. luqulrt of the auctioneer*. BALKS AT AUOTlO*. HBNBY H. I KKD8. AUCTIONEER -HOUSEHOLD Furuttin-e.?HKNRY 11. LEEDS i CO., will sell at auction, ou Krlday, .Hay 9, at o'clock, at the salesroom, ? Nassau street, a largp assortment of Household Furui lure, eon listing of rosewood Bulla in brooatel; mahogany do., lu pi utii aim lmr oloth; Lounge*, rosewood marble top Centre Tab: ,, u.ah<>gany do. Side Table*, rn tewood and mahogany Dressing Bireaua, black waluut do., oak an 1 black w ilnut K?.tension Dining Table*, do. Sideboards, with marble tops; n.ik Dining Boom Chairs, in reus an I Ica'her: rov won 1 lirdi ertilx, mahogany do , Waaustaiids, Toilet Seta, HruMela, Velvet anil Ingram Carpel*. Stair Carpets. Oilcloth.-, Chandelier* Mirrors, gilt framed Engravings, nnii lot of Kitchen K n ulture, all of which ban been removed for convenience oi sale, aud will be sold without reserve. HENBY B. HERT-*. JR., AUCTIONEBR BY llhNKY WOOD 4 CO SHERIFFS S.vLii. HOTEI. FUBNITUB2. On Kit| DAY, May il. at 1DK o'eln. k, AT THE SALESROOM# NO. ISO BROADWAY, COMPRISING THK li.NTIRE KUKN! rURfc. OKA HOTEL, Consisting of \ i ve\ HruaaeU aud In rain Carpets, Oil etoths. Patent Mam ie, rosewood g aud action aud squar' Pianos, Billiard Table, rosewood, mahogany, walnut aud o ik Chamber, l'arlor aud Ouilng Room Furniture, in every va riety; elugant Kren h plate rler aud Mantel classes, Beds, BeddinMaltresK. ?, Crockery, China, Glassware, Cutlery, Plated Ware, ,?c.: together with a iarne lot of Kitchen fur niture and Utensils, with which the sale will cO"mii>tice. Catalogues will be ready early on moriiiu >of sale. liy or.ter or JAMKS LYN :1I, .Sheriff. Notick.?Parties furnishing will tlnd this sale wc.l worthy their attention. Henry b. hebts, jr.. auctioneer. By 11ENRT WOOD A CO. SHERIFFS SALE MACHINERY, LATHES, AO., Ac.. On Thursday, Mav 8, lftttt, at 11 o'clock. At No*. 131,1S3 and 1S4 Mercer street, comprising a large lot of Sewing Maebuius, Lathes, Drills, Castings, Kramus, Stoves aud Pi|>e, futures, Helliug. Fur naeea. At;., Ac. By order, JAMES LYMCH, Sheriff TBOOABT, AUCTIONBEB- BY 8. A J. BOO ART ? this day, at 1 o'clock, at No. 3 North William street, up ?Utirs, the Stock and Fixturesof a PaintShop, l'enceling Brushes, Paint Brushes, Ladders, Signs, Paiutu, together with all the Tools aud implements for carrying on the paint lug bus a ' a, Ac. JBOQAItT. AUCTIONEER.?BY S. 4 J. BOOART. . Thin day. May s, at 11 o'clock, the aucton rooms 1 North Williamst., Household Furniture, mahogany Sofas, Lounges, Parlor Chairs, Easy Chairs, ma nogany Bureau ., Wuslutaud*, Brussels, Tbree-pfyand Ingrain Carpets, Oilcloths, Ward robes, Cottage Suit. Mirrors, Window Shades, Bedsteads, Beds and Bedding, Kitchen Furniture, Ac. Also, at 11 o'olook* two Sewiug Machine*, lot Table Cutlery, Oaa Chande liers. Ac. JOHN II. BURLEY, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL THIS day, at 2 o'clock, at 444 Canal street. Marble Ton and other Bureaus, Sofa He.Is, mahogany and other Bedsteads, Extension, Centre aud other Tables, Wardrobe*, Hatraeks, Washstands, Pier, B irand other Mirrors, Chandeliers, Da mask and Lace Curtains aud Cornices, Feather Bed", Pillows, Bolsters, Sheets, Spreads. Blankets, Comforters, Hair Mat tresses, Cottage Suits, Velvet, Brussels, Three-ply and other Carpets. Oiloloths, white andcheck Matting, Stoves, Mosqu. to Nets. Kitchen Ware, Ac. JOSEPH HEOEMAN. AUCTIONEER. FRIDAY, MAY ?, At ?K o'clock A. M., at the Central Salesrooms, corner of ' Willouuhbjr and Pearl streets, Brooklyn. Annual sale of Carpets. Oilcloths, Ac., from families re moving, comprising a great variety of Velvet, BiuhsjIs, Three-ply, Ingrain and Stair Carpets, Rugs, Oilcloths, Ac. Also a large quantity of Stair Rods. Catalogues at the sales roomson Thursday eveuiug. MORTGAGE SALE.?BICHD. WALTERS, AUCTION eer, sells to-morrow (Friday), at lt)J? o'clock, at store 18 East Broadway, by virtue of a chattel mortgage, on-' Orei u and Gold Brocatel Rosewood suite of Furniture, six Bed Vel vet Chairs, Walnut; one Sewing do, three Rosewood Recep tion do., Walnut Book Stand, one M ihogany Pianoforte and Stool, two Marble Top Roe wood Tables, two Brussels Car pets JAMES CAMPBELL, Attorney lor Mortgage. Also a quantity of other Household Furniture. Sale positive and punctual. PAWNBROKER'S SALE?THIS DAY, BY JOHN MOR TIMER, lj East Broadway. A large assortment of unredeemed pledges, consisting of Frocks, Skirts, Crape Shawls and Stela Shawls, and with a variety of other nu merous article*. JACOB L. PHILLIPS, 66 Catharine street. D T. HAZBLL. AUCTIONEER. IV. WHITTEMORE A HAZELL wiU sell at auction, ou FRIDAY, MAY 9, at 10K o'clock, at their salesroom, 62 LIBERTY STBEET, in addition to a general assortment of Hardware, Cutlery, Ac., . FRENCH TINNED WARE, comprising, in part, Tinned Saucepans, Skimmers, Dippers, Spoons, Baatiug Spoons, Scoops, Cups, Ac.; enamelled Sauce pans. Preserving Kettles, Britannia Soup Ladles, Ac., Ac. Also, FINE TEA TBAYS AND WAITERS. 50 doren superior quality Waiters, Tea Trsys, Bread Baskets, Ac. SHERMAN, AUCTIONEEB.-S. HEBMAN A CO. WILT. ? sell ou Friday, 9th inst., at 13 Bowery, at 11 o'clock, by virtue or several executions, a large quantity of Liquors, Ac., consisting ol Pale and Dark Brandies, Bonrbon and Mononcaliela WHUkcy, casks Bum, Port and Sherry Wines, Kirsch Wssser, pines Giu, cases French Brandy, Loudou Club noitse Gin, Cordials, baskets Champagne, Ac.; also bbls. Molasses, Snaps, Candles, Coffee, Primes, Dried Apples, Vinegar, Dutch Herrings. Split Peas, Bean*. Ac. By order. S. HIRSCU, Attorney. ROBERT STANWOOD, Constable. SPECIAL NOTICES. A CARD Sales of Bank, Insurance, Railroad and State Stocks made bv E. U. LUDLOW A CO., at the new salesroom, Trinity Building, 111 Broadway, at short notice. Office No. Pine street, nearly opposite. COBPOBATION NOTICE.?THE COMMITTEE ON Printing and Advertising of the Board ol Aldermeu, met yesterday and received replies to their interrogatories, from the following papers, viz:?Herald, Sun. Commercial Advertiser, Tribune, Times, New Yorker Staals Zeitung, Sunday Mercury, Irish American, New York Leader, Daily Transcript. Bepllia from some of the above papers not be ing accompanied by an affidavit, and many to whom notices had beea aent not having replied, the Committee adjourned to meet again ou Friday, the 9th Instant, at two o'clock P. M., In room No. 8, City Hall. F. I. A. BOOLE, i james reed. HENBY SMITH. V Committee. WM. WALaH, J JOHN C. BRADY, I Masonic notice -nbptune lodge no. .117, r. and A. M.?The member* of tbi* Lodge are hereby autnmoned to attend the regular communication on Friday, 9thJnst., at 8 P. M., oo bualneaa of the almost Importance. Brorder of the W. M. DANIEL L GRIFFITHS. Secretary. Tub committee on assehhmenthofthe board Of Aldermen, will meet nu Thursday, tbe 8tb mat., at three o'clock P. M., In room No. 8 City llafl. All patties in ten-tied will plean attend without further notice. ANDRE PROMENT, . i2=5ar MNAKCIAL. American gold and silver, t.xo united Sutra Treaaury Notea and alt per cent Certuicate* of Indebtedoeaa bought a nd va'd at the heat rates. F P J AXES A t O 45 Wall sued THE FIRST ISSUE OK united stater DEMAND Treawtnr Note* bougut at tbe Iiltjieot picmium bv P. P JAMES A CO., 45 Wall .treet. UfOn nnn WANTED?ON BOND AND MOKTOAOE, JpOUtUUU on property in Oils irltv worth double the amount; aleo one sunt ot $10.0 X) .aid one ol $7.l)U). No tiro kerage allowed, and uriw nui |irineipe.adealt with. Address r, L. M., Herald oflV-e. Hdmiih For liveki ool and i.onihjn?tabscotts link ship EMKkAI.D ISi.ft. at pier \t Eaat river, aiula lor Liverpool May 10. flbip.l.v.-. I: KERI.ER, at pier It. E*?t river, aalla for Looaou Mj ' t For paaaa?'e at low rates ap ply to TAPSCOTT A (Hi . -i< v.uth ntne-'t **-*? 1 ? ? ?? .. m IIODSES, R< I IS, AC.. WANTED. A FAMILY, CON81- INUOP POOR ADULTS. ARE aniioua to rent a Kit ntalied Cottage on tin- Hudson, between Rlrerdale i'i t 1 i mgton, lor the sumine' tuonlha. Rent mum be mod) ite. Addrck?, Waling terms )>oi 3,017 Poet odioe. A PLEASANT!.V PllRNISUED COUNTRY RKSI dence want t, l>v a ieapon?ble and fry careful family, accualomed to r> a.dtug In their o? n liousr, with plenty ol berrlea, fruit, vegetables, Ac. \ln<t be heaithy and within an iiour'a ride oi ibe city, on the ll.nlaon or Eaat river. Term* for the wmmii mux be moderate Beat city refe rence given. Appl. at or addreaa M R. RoIudsod, 78 CMntuu place, near Plfth avenue Business wanted.?ant concern that will sellout cheep ioii.isb, an that a aufljetent remunera tion can be made ont of it bylhe buyer, can lind a eaali co? tomer by addreaatn^, with | .at titulars. Caali, l>ot 209 lleraid office. Bedroom wanted?communicating directly with bathroom, location in the Mduity of Union eouare. Address. wltli full particular*aa to location, terma, Ac., Bakhelor, 831 Brnvlwey, ??(uvol tjodfr>'? Boilers wantkd.-iwo plain cylinder boil ers about S f iei in diameter. 'JO to Sit piet- Apply to ROBERT BBLLONI A CO., U Pia su., Furnished house wanted?by a rehpecta hie widow lady and her daughter, where the r> ut will lie taken lu Board, with the privilege of other boarders, won Id like aorne hoardera to be in tbe houae. tjood retercacc* given. Call at or ad?lre?? C. B., 7IJ Eig htb avenue. for three day*. STORE WANTED-FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OK A Brut clasa retail drug store. In a good ii' ighbot lioo t; no objection to take the honM. Addreaa for three daysD rngglM, boi 170 Hrraid office VJTEAM ENtllNE WANTED-WANTED, A OOM O aecond hand loubie porta? la Hoiatlng Engine. hIi to eight h .rse power. C B. StVAIN,2l William street Three or four rooms wanted-on second floor, In housa eontalning modem Improvementa. by two person* hoarding at preaeut; rent from (ISO to $i:n; pay In advance; reference* eichanged. Address llow, Herald ottoe. WANTED-TWO UPPER LOFTS FOR STORAGE OF dry gooda, In Duatie aire t or neighhurbood, eauli loll to be lixlOO feet Addreaa A. B , box 2,415 Poat ulice WANTED-A THREE STORY AND IIIOH BASEMI N r llouae, in a good neighborhood. ft?ut about fti'm Addreaa C E , Hand 1 afflca. WANTED-OOOD SECOND HAND DRV UOODS Countera and fla? Kutnrai, > h-'an Ap <h a! N >. 10' Broadway, corner of Walker stria;. In inr nor. WANTED-FOR A SMALL FAMILY of ADULTS, part of a honae, w??t >i! Broadway, ajovr Twenty thlrdaireet; second ?t iry, live n una, at a tniaierata rent: pleaaaut and reapectable neighborhood; liouta with gaa and water; unektvpUieiahle refercnoaa Kiven and raquired, Ad dreaa P. L. Madlaoti aquar.-. Post olll.e. WANTED?IN BROOKLYN OR WILLIAMSBURO, BT a am a 11 family, four Room* on Oral or second floor io a private house, not nior ? than twenty mtntuea' walk from

the ferrlea. Rent front it)0 to $109. Addraaa R. B. (|., ata tion A. N. Y _____ _ WANTED-TO hire, a SMALL IIOUSB, OR THE lower part of a ino lerste aited one, where the balance would he o -cupled hy a small family, In a good neighItorlioo 1; the a'ii>ib?nt would l>e a deairahl* tenant. Addreaa, aiatlbj lowest reat and full particular*,,f K, bo* I.Ill) Post office WANTBD-Tt) PUR HASE CHEAP FOR CASH A. large Kilo net- U?n%e, tun from all to elt;ht lent, m ijoimI order. A.I.I eo V. J M , Herald oH'W, giving ?!(?, uauic ot make. ?ud j.rl' a. HOAHDIWO and lod?iko. A few very dekikakle roomh to let, with Board, at ?K Weat Nuicloeuiii alreel, comer 01' Bmu avenue. AT IV. WEST TWENTY-FOURTH street. A KKW doors easto1" Eighth avnoue?a f.iw gentlemen can '>?? aceomuiodal* d with lioAid aud nicely futnisbod lloouis Tbe house bo* H i the uiutl'1 u improvements. * SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, LIVING IN HOUTII ' ' Boo?lin,in . Ui?tcla-?> neighborhood, Aiililn h uiinui ? walk of (/'our stre t cart, would Int 10 gentlemen two Isr,;e 1'ailors, 01 ' I w kwiuf (iu ae.oud floor, ftuiilslid or uu uI' ll 1* 111 d, without or parti*! Board. Terms 111 ?!? rale. English and German ?p.iu. u. B icivucm required. Adi-refc . C. II., box 1IU Heralu oiiluc. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE CAN l<E Al't'OMMO dated uiin the comfuiIs of ? quint boine In a strii, ly private tai: ly. tt, f 1 oners exchanged. Apply at 75 East Twenty-sutU street, beiore 3 oraflwr 6 I*. M A PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD LET, Willi I.OARD, ;uruiilie '' or unfurnished, back l'td'ir aun BUeuslon nu tirst Hoor, front Room and Bedroom <111 second, and ltooius 011 tMrrt, witn bath, pm, Ac., and r, iu. niable price*. Apply at 24t? Wt at Twenty-second street. An unfurnished room on second floor to lei 10 a gentleman olid tvi'f, with good Board, ai $7 50 per week, aii Rooms ior Mngi? gentlemen from S3 to )l a week, at 172 Bleckiir street fue house baa ail the modern improvement. A GENTLEMAN AND LADY CAN BK AOGOMMOD AT ed with iio.i 1 d 111.1 p t-a nit itooins (board 1 ir 4 lie i?rtv), aiaottvoyoun I ?.:?????. t.% iimiying at ?) West Twenty-nuh unset, we.ttoi . ? ?ih avenue. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND BED room on liiv ..j>r AU < it Urn Room on second, to lot, to a family, w.ih pnr nu table, ?r Mingle gentlemen, with breaklaat. Family private. Inquire at 44 Weal Twenty ; rst ?treet, in ar Flfih aveuue. AT 47 EAST TWBIfTY-THIKD STBEET (MADISON square), u small private tainUy desires to li t uu elegant furnished Parlor; also Bedrooms, with or without Board; houH ? class; referencesexchanged. A FINE SUIT OF FURNISHED BOOMS, WITH Board, can be Hart fur a 111:111 and wile; al*o ior two or three 1..B ,le geutleuiou, at 149 West Twenty-third Street; house ha* all modern ImprovrmcDU A LADY AND OF.NT, OR A QUIET LADTCA1T HAVE a Urge trout Parlor, in an English basement house, or ? hm ill front Room, wllh Board for l i ly, .it $& mid $9; all the modern improvements; family small. Aiiplr at Ann - ty atrect. APBIVATE FAMILY WILL LET-WITll BOARD, TWO choic large Roouia, new!) and neatly I uiiualnid, at 191 Wuat Ttrvuly-elghth street, between Ei:;hth mid Ninth ave. mien; llretdaaa nrown atone liouan; modern Improvements. Oemrai and iuuii desirable location 111 the city. A handsomely FURNISHED PARLOB AND BED ruotu 011 ae;ond l!o ir t > let to a biuy and gentleman, with board for lady, la a nnnall family up town. Addreaa Mrn. W., Madison squa.o Post ofli'e. A private FAMILY WILL LET TO A GENTLEMAN aud wife, or one or two single gentlemen, witn partial Board for the gentlemen, or wltu all the conteuieiieea ior hiiUKekeuplu^; tor the geiitlemuu and hix wile, in a lirsl class boune, broivn stone front. Apply at 191 West Twenty-seventh street. A SMALL GENTEEL private AMERICAN FAMILY wuitld let a neatly lurmshud front i'arior with closets and gas, on the second tloor, to omi or two genti'-m n Also a pleasant front Attic Room. Apply at IS Jefferson street, mar East Broadway. ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THOSE LIVINU IN HO tela aud boai'diug bouses to an establishment opened at No. 110 Mncdottgal street, and furnl ihed with evertMug ne cessary for housekeeping In order that a family may have a complete home aud live at a low rate. Aoentleman, wife and child, iiavinu more room than they occupy, consisting of three or four Rooms on parlor floor, unfurnished, hall stairs, large back Basement, furnished, would Uke some parties to Lake Apart ments and Board, the occupants :'urni*hing their own rooms. Inquire of Geo. C. E., 142 East Thirtieth street, near Leiiug tou avenue. A CHOICE OF NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENTS can be bad, by single gentlemen or gentlemen aud their wires, in a small social family; house aud table first class; louatiou very line. Apply at No. 170 East Fourteenth street. References exchanged. Board.?two gentlemen, or a gentleman and his wife, can be accommodated with a neatly fur nished front Bedroom, with Board, aud also a front ball Bedroom for a gentleman; terms moderate. 191 Madison street, between Pike and Rutger. Board?a gentleman and wife, or two single geiitlrinen, can obtain pleasant Rooms, lu nis km! or unfurnished, by spplylng at <16 Concord street, between Fulton aud Washington streets, Brooklyu. House has all the modern Improvements. Dinner at 6. Convenient to both ferries. Board.-two or three single gentlemen, or gentleman and wife, can be aceommodsted withgood Board, in a plain Ainerieau family. Inquire at 830 Broome ?treet, near the Bowery. Board.?several pleasant rooms ok the second flour, with Board, ait 83 Clinton place, near Fifth avenue. Dinner at 6 oVlock. B Board.?two or three gentlemen and their wives, aud two or three single gentlemen, can be accom modated with Board and Slugle Booms, or in null, at No. 37 Win! Twenty-eighth street, between Broadway and Hn avenue. House first class and neighborhood the beat. BOARD.-A PRIVATE FAMILY WIIA ACCOMMODATE a gentleman and wU'e, and two or three alnnle gentlemen, with haudsouirly I urnislied Apartments on the'second and third (lnora, with Board. Apply at 78 Went Twentyniitti mi reef, near Sixth avenue. oard.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS, ON i lie second floor, to let to gentlemen aud ladies, with ?T without Board Tor the ladies only. Turn it moderate and the house quiet Inquire at EM Sullivan street, near Amity. Board wanted-immediately, by a gentle man, wire, child, seven monthaold, and nurae. In u pri vate family, or where there are lew boarders: two rooms re quired; local ion we?t of Sixth avenue, not abore Thirtieth street. Beat references given and required. Address boi I,<74 Post ofliee. Board wanted-immediatelt, by a oemtekl young lady (orphan), with some widow pruierre.l, I where a good, quiet home may be had for $3 M per week. | Address Mat tie <'? box 140 Herald otlice, stating full partlcu | MM Boarding.-a private family. RESIDING in their owu hou-e, will accommodate a few gentlemen with Board and Room*. furnlal.ed, in one of the molt plea sant residences In the eastern pari of the oity. References exchanged. Apply a) No. U Rutgers place. BOARDINii.-UNEXCEPTIONABLE BOARD MAY BE had for algentlemau and wife or two, single gentlemen, in a pleasant, quiet, desirably locaied, ruoma fur nished or otherwise at desired Apply at 71 ElJrid^r street, near Grand street. Brooklyn board?for a gentleman and wile or single gentlemen, location and accommodations Ai at class; roams large and airy, with bath. Terms mode rate. Dlaner st six Apply at 77 Sate atreA, opposite Sid ney place. BOARDERS' DIRECTORY. Ml BROADWAY?WHERE parties wialiing lull particulars of destraMe houses in this city, Brooklyn, Jersey City aud country, are fnrulshed withuUt nharge. Those wishing genteel boarders should apply. Established IP46. A. S BOU1NE k CO fj'URNISHED BOOMS ?NICE. COMFOUTABLE ROOMS L and Beilruoms, lor small mnpnctahle laniiiiee or single ieutleinen, from $1 to $3 |wr week, at LV> Wuubetk street, near Broome. They are p<rtnxilarly aduptnd lor persons de mnnq t? lira cheap and quiet IF YOU DESIRE BOARD IV THE COUNTRY OR CITY you <wu be suited iroui Uie Hat amflkeol the under signed. IT you wish boarders leave a description to acco modate applicant* A. C. JONKS a CO., 33ft Broadway. London exhibition.-waktmemts, WITH Buiul, at Mrs. I'earse's, No tt Norfolk street, Strand, W. i'. House flnt class, and convenient ta all places ol aoiiMenient, Including Uie Eshlbitlou. Term* moderate. NO 40 BOND STREET.?A FINE SUIT OF ROOMS on the second floor to let. Alan a Parlor and Extension on the first Uoor. and two single Rooms. I b se Rooms aru sery desirable and eeutral. NO 12 1 NIVERSITY PLACE- To LKT. TWO URGE neatly furnished Parlors, with two small Rooms ad joining; a number of other well furnished Ro>isi. Inquire on tue premises. P\RLOR8 TO LF.T-li ANDSOMELT FURNISHED, with extension and -ideioom, to gcuileinen. Bn-ak iast If desired. For a tsiuny, convi uien. ea for housekeep ing House Urst class R*fereuc-s exciianfed. I>| W.ivfr jey pLioe. TWO OR rilBKE FURNISHED PARLORS AND BED r>oms to lie lei, with or without pirtial Board, Iiom $190 .o $3 per week, private taroily. Apply at ?2 East Seventeenth stie t TWO OR THREE GENTLEMEN ( AN OBTAIN PLEA sant Riionis In n neatly fumls'.ied house, without Board, with all modern convenient" , rooms coininiinle ? tluu II de sired Aptdy st 24 Vi est Twenty-fourth street, a few door* irom Kiflii Avenue Hotel WASTED?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A NEATLY ff furnished Room, with Meal?oniy on the Sabbath, lor two young ladies slutein References exchanged. Ailrtresa Social,MMlMl ___ ' AN TED?BY A SINiiI.E gentleman. A Fl R TT nishsd Room, with Board, in a private f.uaily. Address with particulars A , tan 171 ll-r ai-l odtoe eo WEST TWENTY THIRD STREET?PAN1UBB, ?)0 also single gentlemen, t an obtain desirable Rooms and Board. Reference required. 8.1 NINTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AVKNl7E mt and tnlvfxaity place.?One large front Boom, furnish e,i. on second ilooi, with Board, for a gcuileniaii and wife; nls... desuaide i nun Basement lor two single gentlemen or a phjalcian. eichaug. d. Dinner at tf. PHY COMM. At teyton s CHEAP STORE, 2*4 BOWERY. House keeping goods from auction. Bargains, bargains, bargains In White Uuilta, Linen Dainask fable Cloth*. Towela, Lace aud Muslin Curtain*,'ns. Sheetings and Shlriinga. Al?SO AT PEVTON S CHEAP STORE, 374 BOWERY, ilio lie, Stella, t.'aahmi-re and Zephyr Hhawle, at a great sacrifice, finm the Isrge suctions during the week. Black silks, black silks. SlEUAL BALE I aim now selling (notwitrislsiidlng the h. avy tan IT) Black Sliks at tower prlcea than they hare been sold in many years W have all widths, from 23 to 40 Inehe* wide, from a cents up; also Mantilla Silks, wl<h very rich lustre. "Pleaaenuto Sie address." W. K. PEYTON. 274 Bowery, a few <koora south ol Houston street. SPRING CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. NOW OPEN ? full assortment ot all the LEADINfl *TV;.E? at extremely low iirlc-es. MEl.TON CLOTH SAt'OU t S (new shades) at $3 to *3 I'KARL DRAB FRENCH CI.OTH DO. (Juat out) at lo 97 IUCH LUSTRE BLACK StLK SAC^UES. richly trim tned, at $1 Ml t? ??!). In point of style and qua'ltf, ladies *-111 end our ganne'itt are suiierlor to those fo inil in many slcfts i i llr mdws and Canal ?trc?t, and our prices we guaraotee to 30 per ceai lesa W K ceyt;)N Excelsior Unsk sinl M.intl.1* House, 274 Bowery, us?i u i ih.jii .>t. set IALX8 or REAL ESTATE. IiUBMERS. KITCHEN UAKDKNERS AND FLORISTS, 1: yo'i want goou laud, and cm ue*ul Uj Hlitf ' 'I, ' a* audatctire fix? one to thirty htm of my laud, lu Pistiius ? i Buy View a id Flatbuah Vil u-i !>>tt for sals .r enhance lor | city propei ty. L. T. UKKi.i.N cC street I {"'OR SALE OU EXCHANCF.?A PROPERTY, KKOW a.*. '.lir Crumivell Muuft t iring Company, at Croui well, Conn-, conustisg of *-?? utrie*. louudry aud dwellings, ] together with all the machinery belonging ihaveto, contain- 1 lug fourteen . res of ground, luiiuding the rcservair ol six I acres; also a grant lrom the Coimnoinvi' ilth ul Com.' ti<ut i 10. the <ut-lu?Ire <iw of waei, with many *ther valuable ad ? vantages tin. entire property will !?? *->i! <>n lilxrra! t nn?, or, if ilesiraUa, property in thin ciiy or suhurli* in 'It-re !, some money will be ieivaii in m 'ncj'. For further in formation application may Oe mudr to DYE A CURTIS, M8 buib avail in:, n. y. I7I0R SALE OU lO LET?A BEAl'TIFl 1. HOUSE AND ' three acre* ol all modem Improvements; well mucked with fruit uud or'iauit nUil tr> ??; II'1 i :hl orliood lira* ? ia*a, within forty minutes of tins city by rallied every beur. Terms easy Inquire of II. HOAI1, 75 Flue street. "\IT ANTED?A COTTAGE, WITH ONE OR MORS * T acres of land, w Itliin t*n mil' ? of New York city; reu'. $l(H Address A. II.. box 3,8111 Post office. KUK SALE. A BAR AND KESTAUBANT FOB SALE?BUSINESS establish for [lit1 past -D years: location (seat in the city, and improving dally, will be Hold lor ouu kail' iw value, a* tin? owner is rolTring froui business; cheap rent aud fat or fable lease. Applv to J. C. STEPHENS. iU Canal uti. et, oppo.ite We?t Broadway. A beautiful MICROSCOPE. MAGNIFYING FIVE HUNDRED TIMES, For >3 cents (silver). Five of different powers $1. Mailed fr e A.Id. -a F. L. Buwen, box 220 Boston Post oltlce, Ma?s. DRUG STORE -A FINELY FITTED UP STORE, ON one of the avenues up town, for aale, au favorable terms, Ini|uir? uA*i barclay atreet, N, Y. I^OK SAL*?ONE OF HOWE'S LAROE SIZE SEWING . Machines, in good order; 0 -?t $12.> new ; will b.- sul 1 tor f.i'i Apply at 29o Ninth avenue. TjlOB KALE?A GOOD CHANCE.-AN OLD ESTAB t llslfd Paper iJanipug, Upholstery and Window Shade Uiisin ?*>, well lilted up, with a good si-leut-'d stock and en* toineri. K''.iaou: alckneaa in family. Apply ou prei.naea, 'ift Cnurt atrtset, Itrooklv n. For sale.-a small, neat orockry. horse, Wagon, 4m-.., will lie aoiU for $J*J <a?li; real lor ho'ise and .iiore $li> per mouth; quite near the city; u?ni:r ^oiiiK lu the COi'lltl't. P. D RICHARDSON A CO.. 63 and >M Na-saau si. J10B SALE?A WE1.L ESTABLISHED BUSINESS Hotel and Iti'-lau. ant. dmux a very Kooi. oil iiiesa. .Must be aoM. on aoeouutof the death of liie proprietor. In quire at-<92 Fourth ?venue, corner of Tw- uv>-suth atrei't, New York IIOK SALE?THE STOCK, FIXTURES AND TOOLS ' of a retail Juwelry Store; situated lu one of the boil Imiiness Miret-ia i t tae cily; now doing a good paying buai ucsa; will be ?oM cheap for eaah, an the owner is about beinc e^isn -' ted with other oiulneaa. Apply to OKOitUE E. HUNT, ISO Keado street. B10R BALE, OK A PABTNEB WILL BE TAKKN?THE Underellll Hotel, at High ltrldge Thou?uiiit>. visit the place daily. A splendid chance to make money. Apply on ill ? preniisi s, or lo ISAAC A. KiOtiS, 73 Nassau stri ct. GROCER'S STOCK. FIXTURES, HARNESS, til., AO., lor sale?at a great sacritlce; location on a corner; le,:?f at a very low r?nl; only a lew hundr-ri dollars re quired. Apply to WKlUHr, OIL1.IES a BROTHER, 2.'?, j'S, 2S7 Washtngtou street, N, Y Hotel for sale-the fubscott iiotf.Ji, no. 30 East Houston street, near Broadway, for sale oil r?a gonatdi: terms, II is fnrnUlied eo.npletcdy throu^hjut, is In perfect order, and uearl) full of uoardnrs. Apply on the premises. SHOW CASE FOR SALE -THE BEAUTIFUL CASE which Mr. S. Cabiil exhibited bia atoct ol booU aud shoes iu at the Cry*Lai Palace, will uow be aold lesa than the mat cost. To be seen at 627 Broadway. SITBAX ENGINE, BOILER AND APPURTENANCES, ; sceoud hand, for sale cheap. Apply lo WALLACB A BULK1.EV, corner 01 Albany and Washington struts. THE TRUCKING ESTABLISHMENT OF HOWELL A Co., iucluding the Sine* aud Fixtures, now iu operation, for aale. Apply at corner of Washiugtou and Barrow Mr -nta. iiiv DiiiMiiBnn.?run baud, jv aiAijL in inn ai X Untie market, Brooklyn, now doing a good business. Inquire ol' K. O'BRIEN, Clerk of the market, ft)I Hicks at. <j>enn -for sale-a light, genteel manu ?jPfJUU. 1'aeturlng business, payiug $i,5W0 per annum; Males unlimited and |>ronU large; It la a rare opportunity for a party with $j(>0. Address J. A., box 146 Herald otlioe. COPAKTNKUNIIIP NOTICES, A RAltE BUSINESS CHANCE?A GENTLEMAN wishing to retire, oiler* In Hell, upon t'avorablo term*, a half Intercut in an unexceptionable offl.'fl buaineas, which has be?n established ten yearn. The business has, and bring* w4ih it, an extensive law practice, a large bunineae in claims Hf.airisi the government aud private parties, and general Ool leciion*. There la a large amount ol business and assets ou hand, and whoever buys it can be established ut ouce, But a small amount, sty St,000, will be required down, the balance If secured can remain ? reasonable length of time or be i?aid in property. None hut princiintl* need apply. Por_ particular* addreaa E M. Jaaiea, Herald otttce. A fortune made east.?a gentleman of edu. cation and good address, who la accuatomed to move in good society, having a rapiial ol' $900, and whose business permlta him to take a trip to England for one month or lon ger, may hear of a aure way of making a fortune In a short tune, by addressing Confidential, box 10$ lterald office Plea?.e stale where an interview may be bad, at or after 9 o'clock P. M. A CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED?POK INTRO ducing a new, unique and highly important Portable Gaa Prooess. tor $3,000 to $6,000 an interest will be con reved, worth to a fair business man half a million dollar*. For lull particulars addresa Chemist, Huilaon. N. V A YOUNG MAN, WITH $100. WISHES to join an other with a like sum in a good payiug business. Ad dreaa box 118 Herald office. (lOFARTNERHHlP.?PHILIP DATER AND S. T. HEPP J uer hare tht* day formed a copartnership, under the Urm ot Philip Dntn A Co., and. an the successor* of Daters A Co., will continue the wholesale grocery and commisoiou business at the old aland, 161 Prout street. PHILIP DATER. Naw Tom*. May I, 1MB. S. T. HEFFNER. PARTNER WANTKD?WITH OOOD REFERENCES and soma dawn town merrantlle experience, in a re spectaMe business. |>artlally out door: no capital required; no liabilities incurred; |iivmium of $100 cash for half in terest. Addreaa Moaitar, box 290 Herald office. PARTNERS WANTED?IN A LIGHT MANUPACTUR inii buainea*. $3(JU; in a cash business, $000. in a family grocery, $1,600, in a first class lintel. $5,1100; all legitimate and paying well. ireland, HINCKLEY ? CO., M Nas sau alreet. _____ PARTNER WANTED?IN THE PRODUCE AND PRO vision business In this city, with a moderate capital. Address Cincinnati, Herald office. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING under the nrm of Jnun Jacobus A Hon Is this day dis solved by mutual consent. The name of Ute tirm will be used In Jbiuldattun. JOHN JACOBUS, New York, Muy 1. ldtU. SAML. M J ACOBU& AOlWt -PARTNER WANTED, TO TAKE AN Etjl'AL interest in a highly respectable und very remu nerative otDee bu-ine??, which will yield a large and xatl*far. lory uioouie-. Menace of the highest character glveu. Ap ply at aiU Brofclw.iy, room No. 0. ?A RESPECTABLE MAN W ANTED. TO TAKE OtUrWl ?A RESPECTABLE MAN W ANTED, TO TAKE iJ)OUlr? a share and act as Treasurer fur a snre paying, newr ami novel enteiUininent; receipt* $l,.^?) weekly; ex pense* not one-third. W. MAlTLANV, ItM Broadway, fefWlA ? WANTED. A PARTNER, WITH THIS ?OVV/. amount, to enter into a tir^t cls*> psving bu?i neviwhere th>r'- la no risk. Inquire of J AS CONNER 6l4>f Hrosdway, betweeu 12 and J P. M. ?O nnft -ANY I'ARTY FULLY established IN >T?1,UUU. an active and reliable basil)ess, but requir ing a partner with capital, say $>,000. muy address Charles ??abler, Hsrald office _ IN THE snippniK VIIEIIU'SM ?T|'| tminr. ?inaluta'1 is and other cities, having tne auvn amount, woui I AQ C/m -Jl MAN OP EXPERIENCE ... . WJ.UUU, shipping bti*ln>iiM and large acqnalnta'ic ibis and other rlties, liarliig tne a ?vvn amount. w out I lane an agency or Join another party in *ottie respectable lusl n?st Address F 1123, Herald nfllee, tor three dav? $3 000 * neu; thearticl is I* for tire. $5,000/ d>0 nnn T0$3,000.-PARTNER wanted, to tak.k tj>?).UUU the management of a partly established bu?l neon; the article is In great demand, cost one do'lsr and tu ts I* for live. W. MAITLAND A CO . UH Broadway -PARTNER WANTED, WITH T1IIS ? amount, in ? very ? alb, pleasant and ex tremely profitable m mufacti.ring business, now in full and su< re?sful operation, and easily comprehended. Reference* given and required. hOCTHWICK A WOOD. 82 Nassau street DKNTISTRY. Artificial tketh.-beactiful sets on pure silver, only $n; or on line gold and plaiins, $23. and warranted equal to any work In New Yorlt. Single teeth, $1. Teeth filled and extracted without the least pain, and perfe.ilv harmless Genuine bone filling, only 80 cents. Office l td Sixth aveiiue, between Tenth and Kleventh streeu. Dr. 1.1 TllfcR, Demist Artificial tbeth.-dr. durkin contini es to extract Teeth in two seconds, without pain, with hia Benumbing Fluid and Electrlr Currant. No extra charge lor temporary sela or extracting. Teeth inserted wltho it ? itrai'tlng tlis roots, on my improved atmospheric pressure plates. Chemically pure chloroform and ether administer'd without daager. Please call and eaamlne specimen* liefore golnc elaeabere. DR. it. G. DURK1N, 373 Canal street, opposite tVesI Hroailvtay. AKTIKICAL BONE FILLING-ROOMS OF THE DM coverer, Ut Hroadway near Hevemeenth street. Be. ware of trashy imitations Tender teeth, old roots and mere shells tilled and warranted. N B.?All levers of beautiful teeth and sweet breath use the celebrated Cuban Dentifrice and Lotion. JAM. PEARSON, M. U., Disooverer. Artificial bone pillino, fifty centb-pur chaaad of Jaa Pearson, Broadway, before he removed to Europe, his present rtaldence. Also superior Bone Pilling made expressly for me by Dr. Chilton. Office formerly of Broadway and Ureal Jones street removed to No im |>.aai Twenty-sec >ad si Dr. LUTHER, D'-niist, (twenty years ) ARTIFICIAL BEAI TIFI'l, patpnt oumotype JX Teeth ?Prices unprecedented. Bilver tola, *?, Rukiwr, $16; I told, $20 Dentist! > guaranteed. Pilling and extracting teeln without pain. National Denial Gallery, $lath avenue, corner of Twenty second atruet; cstaMlslied in mm, i)v* premiumaawarded. Dr. MANHoN'Demi" DR. WHITE * BROTHER'S IMPROVED ARTIFICIAL Teeth.?Whole seU. $6, $S, $10, $1.1 to $fV Teeth filled with gold, ??r t(V$l. All worx warranted brst i la--? at No 1.1 Bond street. New York, and 717 Ari-li street. Pin la delphla. Having had one tooth extracted without pain by DR. J JAY VILLhRS. IIW (Irand street, ivro blocks from Broadway, I cheerfullv|lnseri this a< a recom inenJatiOB to those nulTertng from t. othache MRS A E QUICK, 11.V Lewi* str- nt KINK \ Hit. TO photograph DRALERS -DKAI.F.ItM IN 11114 line will Qtnl It to ilieir advanlaK^ toeali at Kl'IVi' ? KIVM'S, f>4 White aireet, who are prepared to urniah a 1'iiotoaraph Album of a superior style at tne lowest price, to whieh the) invi-s the trade. *?mi|l'. NRtH.KCTED PICTURE," 11V WM M DAVIS I This lainoua I'icture of Jed Davis U now on an ? lion In llie gsJ'crv of Ball Blank A V / AMI'S!" MENTIS. AC A J* 'Y OF MUSIC ?/Ul^KAY EVENING. MAY IS Hfii KAiiKWahlt HUM.. IT To BIBOtl .1 CM UN'S MINSTREL-. Previous ti th>!. departure A itra! i The company Muipr;?-? l)b> fo^'Wlna Wt li k: .. ti a.i uienv.l ar i.t* ? li JI. > .-it ?li, ii.-u i ,u'? '? K. Ali- vo, a Hidaux, V A.-dii, 13. U *in l?. Brail* ? M. U- y, 1 J- Pee', M. Barker, J Hiad'iiaw, U. V". linuu Ki-r i articular* ?ee future J 1 ?*> Jisusrammi n, Ac. Aduii io.ui ..90 rent* Alllpil 'ItjBHtlV , 2ft Cent* C. V il . ND Manager. Gi L. POX'8 Ol VMPIl THKAV'iK BROAD WAT. r. iilii WiL LOW CU'"">JS. Beautiful fivi a ? b, liiJtti i tult. Luke Welding Mr r. W Clarki ????* Miw Mary Mitel** AuguHua Mr II i< Ko* Mshii launy fjernui TUB SPITKIRK rpiiE (IKEAT AMKRICAN MUSIC II ALL A <+l 4M 4i III : id-1 III 444 1U 444 4-<t HI' jADWAV 41-1 . _ TO TUB PUBLIC. A CARD KBOM THE MUSIC HALL OK THE MASSES. The modern So!o>k .u? from th :-.iri i* who govern or imaguvern the great city of New York, h-?v- Keen lit la th"lr wiad.iin (wem ?e not charitable w ahould nay in tbeu lack of it), t : a.-,*. :i <iup n a l-'l<-ii. uu.u>t and unconatitu tfonal law d> privlugourettiz'ne of the freedom and prut lege of clioomu" tlieir own a UKeiuent, and taking irom u* the right of furuUbin ; refre-thmenle t > our put iua a ngbl for vrhtuli \>? 1 ave paid tlio St-it ? i uri ?? (or lleenne) xed bj itwlf. Jl'Tiuiug, in eoiiimoB Willi 'In- majority of (hi jttup'e ibis ena linen', fanatical, unlawful and opixined to tU? tanor and apirit of Uit bul .arlt of our liberties 1 h oonatitution, we determined to ti-.-.i it ia a iiuial, orderly itid lawful manner, reailved to abide by the d?ei*ion of aM unbiaaard judiciary, lit-- caa? waa pmrponed. Unwilling to aulfer under what iShaKHj/e re truly ler nx a cure , "ll>e laws delays," wo|e-ned our rrfreahtieni ?n'"on on Mcndaf evening laai, ainl bad, an hereto'.- ?. our female walter<lu at tendance?u cunt .in, by tbelway, pura..? i in all tbe pnne.pM tbeatraaand opera homcH i.f K iro;>o We thi>n Kt-nt ?or< to the police authoriilM of our notion. Aa the public la awarf, a formal iirrrsi waa (an we antl ipatod and dcsin-dl the conaaquenc. and now, we aie hanpv to alale, a conleM between rtuhi aiH ^ mn< wh'ch iu rht have bc?n alr -L. iiod out to "Ihi" crack of doom," will b?* Hp?*edi!y settled. Thin U the whole hialory of th? "descent, arn-it," Ac., of will ib tbo?c miaorabli- pennv-t linn enaation writ"ra hare ^onjhl to uialtr ao nu.cli. In ibe oi<>Mn>im>* weconfoim to the la* aa il atanaa, bin Hie performance at ?M 441 tit CONTINUES THE SAM P. AS E' ER. W *?t'" ri'iiiu ALL Till-. ST A US OK T1IK PBOKI'.SSION. We huh ureaent io OROWDFD HOIXE-; fROWOE? iiOtlSBS A BRILLIANT AM) MATCHLESS ENTERTAINMENT. _ 1 '.4 iti'l r niainii KIR8T IN BEsl'Et'TABiLITY. KIRST IV POPULABIT* And hi iht* hi h t? <*f* th? p*opla, with its great STOi K COMI'.VNY OK STAR ARTI-.TS. Z ?" S i'< ^ f* m "J??< 'A r 2 k * *?.? -t -ii S -j. in '^s v ~ w a 2 ? '? THE MAONIKIf'ENT CORPS DE BALLET In reliew aa! for aneedy produetlon in Rlorioua alrle. A STARTLING AND BRILLIANT NOVBLTT. "rand Matlneo, to acv-oinmodaie ladlea and children, Mt Saturday. The Management hare great pleasure in annftunoing M engagement with "J. A. HERMAN, the celebrated Vooallat, who will aepe ir with the BROADWAY MINSTRELS, on Monday evening, Mn 12, l(4iii. STArttTLINO novelties in active preparntlnn for apeedy production. No etpeaM will be apared In their production. NEW YORKER STADT THEATRE OERMAN OPERA. First appearance or the iliatineuiabed Herman Prima Dnm KRAtT JOHANNA ROTTER. from the <"ourt Theatre of DarmHadt. FRIDAY, Mav 9, im MARIE; OB. THE DAUGHTER OK the regiment, Coinle Opera, in three acta, by Donuettt. Fran Johanna Rotter aa Mart* Mr Sufnl aa Tonle Mr. OralT a* SuloU Conductor. Mr. Herwig. Price of adn'inHionBox, tA; Kirat Tier. SOcenta; Seeoai Tier and Parquet. 25 rente; Gallery, 25 rente. Doora open at 7 o'clock. Commence at A o'clock. Great Canterbury music hall. W Kroaitivav THE PEOPLE'S MUSIC hall. basking IN the sunlight OK PROSPERITT. Victory aita iwrched upon our banner; we know ne end* word aa fall. the GRAND DOUBLE COMPANT A SPLENDID AND DBCIDBD SUCCESS. EVERY ACT ENCORED. Each performer hailed with the moat ENTHUSIASTIC BURST OK APPLAUS8. Every effort of lh? ene*?iy hutralxe* the GREAT CANTERBURT Still higher in tlie public estimation. Wo battle for the right* or the people, THE RIGHTS OP MAN. Men by labor, men by reeling. Men by thought and men by fame. Claiming equal right* to freedom. In a man'a ennobling name. HOUSE9 CROWDED TO EXCESS nightly prove that the people are with ua. They wS MV> port their favorite plane of amuaemeut. THE ONLY PLACE IN THE WORLD with a company or OVER FORTY STARS, among whom are the following-? THE beautiftjl ZANPRRTTA, J. PIERCE, H. CLARK. J. R. JUDGE. R M. CAEROU* MLLE. ADELAIDE PRICK. J. A. HERMAN. J GRAY, H. WILSON. J. 8ENIA. MOMS. alexander ZANKRETTA, V. SEAGRIST. W. B harrison. O. GERMAIN. W. ROSS, THE CHARMING clikkord SISTERS. MISS H ATT IE ENOEL, MLLE. AUGUSTA DETR#*J. THE GREAT CANTERBURY MINSTRELS. A GRAND MATINEE ON SATURDAY, AT 1 P.M. CHRIS. NORRIS, Proprietor. The lubin brothers will soon open thbim Caglloatromantheum, and Introduee, for the flrat time la thit city, Caglloatro'a Magic Curtain, which la original wM* tbemaelvea. COUWTRY BOARD. (lOUNTRT BOARD.?LOt'UHT HILL AYEN UK,TOB? J kerB.?Famllk'* or ainglc gentlemen deal ring Board ta Ik! ?mnmer month* can be hmmMI with tine Booaa and flratclaaa table; arenery unaurpaawd, commtn>lla| aa eitemdre view of In* Hudaon river, with ample atable roooa Addreaa B. 8., Yonkera. COUNTRY BOARD-WANTBD BY TWO OBNTLKMBR and their *l??? for the aeaaon. On Long Inland ot the Hudaon preferred. Addreaa, with full pftrtlculara, A. H D. Herald ofllce, for one week. COUNTRY BOAKD?ANY PERBONft HAYINO SB eund band Furniture to dlapoee of ror Country Board apply tliM day at MO Oreeuwtch atroet, from 5 to H f . It SMITH. / lOtTNTRY board-THE BXCBLBIOR HOUBB II \J now open tor aummer boarder*. Tlila beautiful ana healthy r-aoit U delightfully located at t.'rolon Dam, Weal eheeterrountv, *lx mttoafrom rting (ting. Tlte mountain ana hike ?r*i>ery in the immediate nrlntty cannot be aiiruaaact Kliti' flahing. boathur. Ac. Term* moderate. For larthi* pnrtlcular* addre?? Eden Klpp, Hing Ring. COUNTRY BOAHD.-TWO OR THREE FAN (LIB* can be ?ccommodaled with Board In a eemmodioo* f.nm bonne, aivty inllii up the lladann river. The owaar ran be acen for two day* at l,J4d Broadway. poram BOABO.?BIZ OR EK1IIT ADULTS CAB 1 ' be accommodated with genteel Board, In a private famt ly, within fort* mile* of N. w York on the New Karen Hall, road; or would take a pariv for the year: a delightful aud healthy lix ati n. within lira minute"' walk of the depot Term" ?# P erwrek. For further 'iwrurtilar* call on or ad <lre*a(i. W B.. 2">0 Earn Twenty fifth atreai. / lOUMTBY BOAKD WANTED?IBBED1 tTELY, BY A \j idy ml ? , oti B'aten I?lanJ, til'November, near tha w:it -r: a larvn ! <fli?e preferred. Terma not to eieeed $1* jiei week tor tu? roouia. Addreaa C. B, boi lit) tli raid COINTRY \NT) <-ITY BOAKD WANTED?TO MEET wtahc* of ai *eral tlr*t idaaa families attd alngle par |e# waiting for gor t bmrdiug plane*. N. B.?Free dirociiiai given to all wanting l?.? p?t, country or elty. A. C. IONKS t Co., ,tS5 Brnad^ray IIOTKLI. ASTOBIA HOTBl.-THIH HOTEL. AT ASTORIA I.i iig Inland, baring ber.n refitted and furnished la not* open for tlie ari'ommodalion of tUa public. l'le laantly Min uted. fronting on the water, eurrounde I wltli beautiful ace lie ry md pleasant drlre*. It on era ciiralndnrement* to tha public Aa a summer re?ort, tlila hotel 1* nnaurpaaeed. Connected with the hon?e la a large and commodlnua amble, for permanent or li in?" tit cuatom, and wiiera may be hiul al all tlniea means of rmiveyanee to any part of the couniry, Finning parti a may be alno supplied with boats, bait, Ac., .%?- , or for pleasure, under the Immediate auperrlat i of an able and eijierlrnced a ,uatli' gentleman. The Bar la atn-ked with the ehoireat tnind" of wlnea, liquor" and aegarn, Ac., and the Tail!)' a t ivtth all that the appetite may re<|iiir?, Turget eieiiraloeiats. will tlnd tlila hotel a convenient iila< e, where, at a llllle dt'taiire. they may ahoot under coVered ?h?'da and Mania. Dinner* ready as ordered. Continual communication wBti V ?* York city by Hurl (late ferry, Eighty-nlitli atreet and Me end avnue car*, ntramhnat front I'erk ?lip. au i Brooklyn City Railroed, from Fulton feria via (Jreenpotnt, thenoe by atage to the door of the hotel Come and aec how you like It WM. B WILSON, Proprietor. ? A LBION HOTEL AMD BHARDINU HOCHB, ?W HUD /V aon ?treel, iMirner ol Cbarlea. ? I'loaaant and well tur nlahe 1 Room-, in lutta or aiugly, with or without Board Tranaleat or permanent botrdera will find tlila a deairabl* p.ace T. LAMBERT, Proprietor. OAV1LION HOTEL. KBYPOBT, NEW JKRHEY.-THE .1 underaigned. having taken the above favorlie autnmet reaort au.l ri ' n ul*h?*d it In the mwl modern atyle, taae? tlila method of informing hi* fi letida and foi mer patronaot the Pavilion ihat he i" now ready to receive Bo.irder* for the ac.i?oii at inodemte term* Oood bathing, flailing, ?c. Boats hading tackh . Ac., alwavi on band. OfcO J. KIBHKE. Proprietor ? or par'k litur* In-julre nf ,M1HH E. BLANCAN, No. IdU Ri.Mdwar IIA'NBOW ' HOWELL WIB1IKS TO !NPOH? V Ida o'd I rl-n ""'id uMomrra ihai he ha* aoae of tn? i ,i old wlt.ei In th - v, i irr or the ?|.>ck from the Houao of Lor'".ft" " ? fir the e.ia. or heitle Dinner* from II to ? P M faUAlM 4 I'Ar.rr mamno a fihst ci.vsa ruKNon oabom .'V Billiard Ta -ie rem "" " the l>t ol November uem, vnil lin l a < mtnmer by addr.-aei*g box 2.0W Poet ortlce. AVINC HlX TO KK1IIT MUST CLAM RILLMRP T'(hi, iih ?e'l for catli li ??(>, >r elf for lU' iii. , , r . i" ' !1 ???>?? p?rto<vr t'i ou, o a room i A, Sprln* (ireet. " F It ?AU; \KRY HUPK i hi- oe? Ij invent) it (ie i>nt CMhlona, i I ai, dgc in a ?e<i ? "ihln.. >?tmad , ,i i e 'nue? t.?U et tuc uiautuaawry, IVI II w

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