Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 13, 1862, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 13, 1862 Page 5
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MARftlAQg8 AND DEATHS. ?tarried ? Cnrnw?Franc*.?On Thursday, April 24, by the Rev. Mr. L. O. Lainsoo, at the Embassy of the United State* of America, in Paris, Le Baron Oito ci lmira tinum. of Ckrlamlie, Grand Duoli'e de Bad*, to Emu, daughter of Richard France, Btq.,of Baltimore, Md. H**?Bryson.?On Thursday, May 8, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Peter Stryker, Wil liam Adams Hat to Mary Eliia , daughter of the late Jamee Bryson, Es<). Pkck?H ioii8.?On Friday, February 28, by the Rev. Mr. Floy, Mr. Warren Peck to Miss Kate E. Houb, both of Port Chester, N. Y. Died. t _ Botos.?Catharine Botcb, relict of John Boyee, in the 87th year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are resi>ect fuliy invited to attend the funeral, from the residence or her son-in-law, W. E. Meeks, East Chester, on Thurs day afternoon, at three o'clock, without further noticu. Hakkk.?Ou Saturday, May 10, after a short illness, Qlakles Baker, amateur landscape artist, agnd 44 years. The friends and relatives of the family are respectfully invited to attend the fauoral, from the residence of his mother, No. 242 Fourth street (Washington square), this (Tuesday) afternoon, at four o'clock, without further in vitation. Bbiuukn ?On Saturday morning, May 10, Da Witt Cukton Bmrrikn, youngest son of the late Daniel Berrien, of this city, in the 34th year of his age. His friends, and those of his brothers Daniel and James L., and also those of Jamas Neeves, are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral, this (Tuesday) after noon, at two o'clock, from his late residence, 122 East Eighteenth street. Bust.?At Rah way, N. J., of neuralgia of the heart, Alex. D. Berry, aged 69 years and 3 months. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, from the house of his son, Thoa. J. Berry, Franklin ave nue, near Wllloughby street, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Bra mull.?On Sunday evening, May 4, at the resi dence of his brother, Claremont, Bergen Heights, N. J ..of consumption, William W. Bra* hall, of lthica, X. T., ?fed 40 years and 3 months. BLOOMraDJ).?On Sunday, May 11, of consumption, Matilda Blooxfield, widow of the late George W. Bloom field, in the 33d year of her age. The relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral, at the residence of her mother, 612 Hudson street, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Her re mains will be taken to Rockland county for interment. Basra?On Monday morning, May 12, Anns Hobs, relict 01 Henry Boese, Sr.. In the 62d year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral from the residence of her son, Alonzo Boese, 104 Elm street, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at one o'clock. Colgate.?On Monday morning, May 12, Miss Lydia Colgate, in the 70th year of her age. The remains will bo taken to Greenwood Cemetery for interment. Coam.?On Monday morning. May 18, Mrs. Am Co.wtb, widow of Thomas Coates, aged <J2'yoars, 1 mouth and 2 days. The rrionds of the family are respectfully invited to at tend the funeral, irom her late residence, Java street, east of Union avenue, Groenpoint, |on Wednesday after noon, at one o'clock. Curry?At Mosholu (late South Yonkers), N. Y.,on Friday, May 9, George Washington, aged 8 years and 9 months; also on Sunday, May 11, William Henry,agod 12 years, 4 months and 10 days, children of Peter and Harriet Carry. Dunoon.?On Monday, May 12, after a lingering illness, Jakeb E. F. Dundon, aged 2 years, 6 months and 12days, ?on of John and Annie Dundon. The funeral will take place from the residence of his parents, 27 Bedford street, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at four o'clock. The remains will do taken to Albany for Interment. New Bedford papers please copy. DfrxiAN In Brooklyn, on Saturday evening, May 10, af consumption, Sarah M. Hurrbll, wife of Peter Dug (an, aged 24 years, 7 months and 20 days. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from her late residence, 222 Pearl street, Brooklyn, without further invitation, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at half-past one o'clock. Kabul?At Oshkoeh, Wisconsin, on Monday, May 12, Mr. Theodore L. Eakle, of Brooklyn, in the 40th year of bis age. The remains will be brought here for interment. No tice of funeral will be given. Fay.?On Monday, May 12, Mary A. Fay, aged 62 years. Her friends and those of her son, Thomas, are respect fully invited to attend the furneral, (rom her late resi dence, 608 Greenwich street, on Wednesday afternoon, at one o'clock. Gillesiie.?On Sunday, May 11, of consumption, Noble Qouki'ie, a native of the parish of Clougher, county Tyrone, Ireland, aged 43 yoara and 9 months. The Iriends and acquaintances of the family are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late re sidence, No. 118 Walker street, this (TUosday) after noon, at twe o'clock. Harrison.?At the residence of Mr. Isaac T. New by, 115 Forty-eighth street. Miss Joanna Hajuu&on, aged 36 years, 3 months aud 12 days. The friends and relatives of the family are Invited to attend the runeral, from Bethany Baptist church, Fifty* tilthstreet, between Third and Lexington avenues, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Hor?k)ol.?On Friday, May 9, John Horstool, in the 13d year of his age. His i riends are invited to attend the funeral from bis late residence, Ni. 23 West Twenty-fourth street, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock precisely, without lurlber invitation. The olllcers of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accented Masons of the State of N ew York, the members or Adelpht Lodge No. 23 and of the fraternity generally, without regalia, are invited to aitond the fit. neral of the R. W. John Horspool, Past Grand Treasurer. Kentish.?On Monday morning, May 12, of scarlet an {inosa, Claud*. Iajone, second son of Charles A. and Maria Kentish, ased 10 mouths and 7 days. The funeral will take place, from 127 WeclTenth street, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Lut^ens.?On Monday, May 12, Hinuich Lltjkns, youngest son of Herman and Meeta Lumens, aged 0 months. l'bo friends and relatives are respectfully invited to attend the faneral, from the residence of bis parents, No. 110 Elm street, corner of Canal, this (Tuesday) afternoon, U two o'clock. Mackiv?On Monday morning, May 12, Wm. H. Mai kin, in the 20 ih year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family, ftc., also the members of Company H. Thirty-seventh regiment N. Y. 8. M., are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late resideuce, l'JO East Thirteenth street, on Wed nesday morning, at half past six o'clock precisely. His remains will be taken to l'ougbkecpsie. Poaghkeepfeie papers please copy. Macai ley?On Sunday, May 11, after a few week's ill ne*s,the Rev. Thomas Macauuiy, D. D., L.L. D., in tlio 86th year or his age. The friends and relatives of the family are invited to attend the funoral services, at his late residence. No. 67 Amity street, on Wednesday aftornoon,at half past three <o'ciook. Mo h ax.?Ou Sunday, May 11, of consumption, Patrick Moka.v, aged 34 years. The mends and relatives of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, ho. 00 West Washington place, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at half-past oca o'clock. MORRitox ?In Brooklyn, on Sunday, Hay 11, Jobs H. Mormson, nged 89 years. The relative* and friends of the family an most re spectfully invited to attend the funeral, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from his late residence, Prssi dent Htreet, near Third avenue.Brooklyn. M<Clvmokt?On Saturday, May 10. Kx>A, youngest daughter of James and Isabella H. McClyniont, aged 9 years, 8 months and 19 days. Her re ma in (,were interred In Greenwood Cemetery. Philadelphia papers please copy. O'Hxab.?On Monday, May 13, Thomas O'Hkar, aged 94 years, 8 months and 7 days. The friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend tbs fuftsral, from his 1st* residence, 119 Spring Ureal, to Calvary Cemetery. Pim iihky.?At Graiiville, Washington county, N. Y., on Thursday, May 8, Mrs. EuiAnsrH, relict of Elijah Ptnckaey, aged 85 years. Urra iLua.?On Sunday evening, May 11, of inflamma tion or the bowels, Mary Rkynulik?, aged 30 years, wife of Philip Reynolds, a native of Drohad City, Ireland. Tho friends ana acquaintances are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from her lato residence, 31 Hud son avenue, Brooklyn, this (Tuesday^ afternoon, at three o'clock. Rii.uw ?On Sunday, May 11, Hcnu Rnxirr, in the 43d year of his age. The reUtlvos, friends of the family, those of his bro ther Julius Rlliiet.aud the members ot the Masonic Lodges La Sinccrite, l'l'tiion, Krancalse, ana la Clement Amitie, are respectfully invited to attend tho funeral, on Wed* netiday afternoon, at four o'clock, from his lato resl dence, 196 Dean street, Brooklyn. Smith.?On Sonaay morning, May 11, Arm? Bai.pwim Smith, son ofC. M. and the lato Alfred A. Smith, aged 20 years, h months and 28 days. Theirieuds of the family are invited to attend the fuueral, on Wednesday aiternoon, fct two o'clock, from his late residence, No. 84 Monroe street. W?DiiJU?t>KR.?on Monday, May 13,of water cn the brain, Maruajwtta, the beloved daughter of Henry Ha.itlauder, aged 10 month* and 21 days. The friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attuiid tl.e futiersl. from UmNHMsms "f her parents, No. 4 Dover street, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Tiwrnk.?Ou Saturday morning. May 10, in the Arm hope of a bless id Immortality, Mary Thkr.vk, relict of rentals Robert Thorns, In the 93d year of her age. Her friends and acquaintances, and those ot her son, Jamorf H. Thome, and of hor son-in-law, .loliu S.Giles, and her grandsons John Charles H., Willism P. and Henry C. Uikt. are respectTully Invited to attond tho funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from her late residence, No. 181 Tenth street, hot ween Hocond ?nil Third avenues. The remains will he Interred In tho lamily vault in Greenwood Cemetery. Wauo?On Monday morning, May 12,* H. Wamii, jumugest son of John and Rosey Ward, aged 1 yenr.8 months and 1 day. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully tuvited to attend the funeral,from the resldenue of Ins jMU-ents, No. 672 Ureeuwlch street, this (Tuesday) after noon , at one o'clock Wills?At Item out, Westchester county, N. Y., of consumption, Wm.mam k., eldest sou of Thomas and Uunnali Wilde, In Ills 38th year. Tllu relatives and friends are respectfully Invltod to Atten i Abe funeral, from the residence of bis brother In. Jaw, Henry B. Howell, No. 80 Charles street, between 1.1 eckerund Ko.ulb streets,this (Tuesday) afterm-on, ai two o Block, Withoutfurther invitation. WonMrarr.?flu Sundayevealng, May n, Maroarst, oriiiow of Klisba Woodrufl, in the 87tli year of borage. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the {funeral, from her late retMSMs, 15* franklin Htreet, n< ar Hudson Htreet, on Wednesday m ternSoB, at twe o clock, without further invlMtiou. . jBXpR]BsgBg# ?7 7 ABt'RMIAM 8 ri HMTLKK KXPKKNH ANU PACK ? ins Establishment, 111 West Klev.'nth stfret, netwsei lb and Si*tha*enu??. ? Purnittire stored anil <ihl| p ?.! to *11 parte of th' world Covereil ???("i? for removing i ami twetoandfrsplheeeuutry, ilyiftf, " SHIPPING NEWS. auuxao worn **? roiMiu dm. 4 471 noon KIBES... eve ? ? 7 071 ma VAtm morn 7 88 Port of New York, May M, 1868. CLEARED. Ship Emerald Tale, Cornish, Liverpool?Tapscott A Co. 8hiu U H K.j, Livingston, Liverpool?Howland A frothing ham. Hliip Glad Tidings, Morgan, Glasgow?W Nelson A Sous. Bark Christian A Eliae (Ham), Bote, Cork for orders? Fuuch, Meineke A Weudt. Bark Washington (Hrem), Wenke, Bremen?O J Bechtel. Bark H A Stephenson, Harden, Asutnwall. Ac?J A N Smith A Co. Bark Ilva, Durle, St Thomas?Maitlaud, Thelps A Co. Brig Brisk (Br). Henneberry. Havana?W WAR L Bus sell. Brig Charlotte Agnes. Bden, Grand Cayman?J Leaycraft. Brig Wild Pigeon (Mr), Johnson, Nassau?Jos Eneas. BrigB. nU Clara (Br), Jordan, Harbor Grace, *0?B P Buck A Co. Schr Hai tstene, Knell. London?T Dunham. Schr Emliio Megill, Honduisx?K P Buck A Co. Schr Maria Hall, Bradford, Kingston, Ja~-Metcalf A Dun can. Sehr H P Putnam (Br), Bobbins, 8t Kilta?Smith, Jones A Co. 8ehr R H Vermilyea, Genitz, Granada?Middleton A Co. Schr M A Jones, Walton, Hog Island?Master. Schr Transport, Tiltou, Hog Island?Muster. Schr Hun Louis, Bremner, Baltimore?Master. Schr Fanny Davis, Evans, Snow Hill?Master. Schr Lafayetie, McLaughlin, Philadelphia?Master. SchrL B Drummond, (freer, Philadelphia?Loper A Kirk Patrick. SrhrUeoriria. Bucklln, Philadelphia?Master. SchrW D Cargill. Hawkins, Philadelphia?Master. Schr Kossuth,Xee, Portsmouth?S W Lewis A Go. Schr Amelia, Lunt. Mewburyport?S W Lewis A Co. Schr T Taylor, Loring. Boston?Master. Schr T Ellis, Kelly, Bortm?H 8 Rackett. Schr Mary Emma, Baxter, Hlncham?Master. Schr T WThorne, Davis, Fall River?L Kenny. Shr John, Kelsey, Hartford?U S Rackett. Sloop W Wlllerton, . Bristol?L Keftny. Sloop Factor, Moneypennv, New Haven?H N Briggs. ARRIVED. SteamshiD Etna (Br), Kennedy. Liverpool, April 30, via gneenstown May 1, with mdse and passengers, to John G Steamship Ilansa (Brem), Von Santen, Bremen, April 37, and Southampton 80th, at noon, with indBe and passen gers, to Oelricbs A Co. Ship Isaac Jeanes (of Philadelphia), Driukw&ter, London, 84 days, with mdse, to Chamberlain, I'helps A l'o. Bark Hersilia, Rust, Marseilles, Feb 13, passed Gibraltar March 32, with lead, to Boyd A Hincksn. Brig Lady Head (Br, or Aberdeen), Jaffray, Shields, 40 days, with coal, to Barclay A Livingston. 9th lnat. oil' Nan tucket, saw steamship Enropa, from Boston for Liverpool. Brig Saxon (Br, of St John, NBj, Boddie, Cadiz, April 7, with wine Ac, to Edmlston Bros. Brig Maria White (of Providence), Billings, River Gambia, 86 days, with hides Ac, to E R Ware. Brig Chowan (of Baltimore), Leeman, Rio Janeiro, March 18, with coffee, to master. Was 33 days to the Equator, with light N winds and calms; has been 6 days N of Hatterus, with strong N winds most of the time. March 31, lat IS20, Ion 33 20, sDoke ship Green Jacket, 66 days from Liverpool for Melbourne. J. ? tcrday at 4 AM; is not badly damaged. Brig B Smith (Br, of Windsor), McLellan, Havana, IS days, with sugar, to F G Parker. 1st inst, off Matunzas, saw a war steamer showing the Br flas-cruising. Brig M A Horton (Br. of Windsor), Runnels, Cienftiegos, 17 days, with sugar, to Tucker A LUrhtbourne. In the Gulf was boarded Irom US barks Amanda and Mystic, all'well. Brig Mllo (Br, of Londonderry), Campbell, Mansanilla, 31 days, with sugar Ac, to H J A C A Dewolf. Brig H Leeds, Smith, Rockland, 4 days. Schr Georeia (of Rockland), Morris, St John, NB, 14 days, for Phlladeldhia. Schr Glenwood, Dlckerson, Newbern, 3 days. Schr D W Vaughn, Glfl'ord, Yorktown, 2 days. Schr J Blrdsall, Ueadley, Annamessex, 3 days. Schr R C Russell, Richardson, Watchaprague, 2 days. Schr Brilliant, Norton, Addison. 13 days. Schr E H Nash, Thompson. Cutler 12 days. Schr H Hudson, Linooln, Bath, 4 davs. Schr P F Williston, Mooney, Bangor, 3 days. Schr C Beal. Flowers, Belfast, 10 ua?s. Schr Only Son, Johuson, Gardiner, 7 days. Schr Ann, Strout, Machias.20 days. Schr Python, Hanthe, Macnias. 12 days. Schr Julia, Noyes. Hillsboro, 10 days be hr Lyndon. Smith, Perry, 5 days. Schr Charlotte, Arey, Rockland, 6 day* Schr Sarah, Holden, Rockland, 6 days. Schr Stranger, Smith, Sandwich. SchrRH Huntley, Baker. Boston for Albany. Schr Franklin, Allen, Providenoe. Sloop BlAekstone. Reynolds. Providence, 3 days. Sloop Harvest. Oorwln, Providence, 3 days. Steamer Ellen 8 Terry (0 8 transport), Chapin, Newbei NC, to U 8 Quartermaster. Steamer H Burdon. Loper. PhilodelphW. Steamer Cummings. Marshall. Philadelphia. BELOW. Ship Ironsides, Chase, from Liverpool, March 90. One brig, unknown. Wind at sunset 8. Brte Black Hawk (of Harrington), Cole, Havana, to mas r. Has been ashore near 8 |iian Inlet, and came off yes Miscellaneous. Lawch?John Bnglli will launch from hi* yard foot of Tenth street. Bait River, this morning at 8K o'clock, for the Norwich and Mew York Transportation Company, the steam er City of Norwich, of dimensions as follows:?Length 300 feet, beam SO feet, hold 13 fast; engines, to be put In by the Allaire Works, M inches cylinder end 11 feet stroke; and 900 tona burthen. She will run iu connection with steamers City of New York and City of Boston, and be completed about the 1st day of July. Br Bark Alma, Nlckerson, from Port Medwsy for Trini dad, became watei logged Feb 25, lut 2730, Ion 6u, in a heavy sale from WNW; lost overboard the tint mate, Archibald McKella, of Greenock. Scotland, and Robert Fletcher, took, of Jamaica. The captain and remainder of theerew were taken off March 6 by ship Pyramid, hence for Montevideo, and on the 31st were transferred to the British bar* Rosette, from Cardiff for Bermuda, and reached the latter port on fie 18th ult. Capt Nickcrsou and crew arrived at Haluax iu Br steamer Delta. Brio R H Motrin*, from Porto Rico for New Haven, with loss of sails and spars, was towsd into Newport 13th by pilot bout Edwin Forrest, of New York. Brio Dklawaue, Monro, from Plctou for Somerset, wa4 dismasted in a cule on the28th ult, off Cape George. She put l>a<'k to Plctou for repairs. Hr Schr Quickstbp, of Halifax, is ashore on South Bro ther, Hell Gate, and leaking badly. Schr Ptthow, Candage, of and from Jone^port for New York, put into New London 9t!i lust to repair, having been In contact with ?ehr W A Dubosj, hence for Boston, and had stem split, lost jibboom, Ac. Damage to the oilier vessel not stated. * Nkwburtport, Maj 10?A large topsail schr In the Bay, heading toward Cape Ann, was seen Irom this place to be on lire about 5:46 this evening; at 6:90 her mast had fallen, and she was burned to the water's edge. A lai^e schr was seen hovering around, whleh evidently took theerew from the burning vessel, and tben proceeding in the direction of ship Mont Blanc. Brkkkk, April 26?The Ship Alliert Currier (previously re ported) will prove a total loss, her hull being quite under water. About 30(10 bags rice have been saved. Hoxo Koxu. March IS?The American bark Bertha, Tap ley, arrived last evening I rotn Bangkok, very heavy wea ther Feb 2, which lasted nntll the lGth. In which she was In jured considerably, her decks having been swept of every thing moveable, including the supply of fresh water. Being near to Manila, Capt Tapley thought it uecesaary to bear up for that port, and left there Feb 26. LOUDON, April 38?The American ship Sparkling Wave, Emery, from Tyne lor New York, which struck on Goodwin Sands and made considerable water, and came up the river to the Victoria Dork, has discharged, and was hauled out of the dock this morning and tsken into Carter's dry dock, Mill wall. to repair her damage. The ahip la reported to have been much strained. Schr Bullrush, of New London, 148 tans, built at Philadel phia In 1N63 and now at Newport, has been pun based by Mr Samuel Bailey, of that city, for $90011. She will be com manded by Capt Davis, lato of schr M Marcy, of Newport. Missing Vbsshls.?Brig R R Haskins sailed from Port as Prince Dec 9 for Boston. The R R Haskins was a good vessel. 160 tons, owned In Hampden, He. The following were the crew?A R Harding, maater; Oeorge Whltmore, mate, both of Hampden: James Sprout, Weston H Morse, Hennr K Moo and John Clark, seamen: K H Curtis, cook. The ahip Modern Times. Williams, henee Feb 7 for Liver pool. has not I teen heard from, Schr Brontes, of Plymouth, from Aug Cayes for Boston, left Holmes' Hole Dec SI. The B was a good vessel. 136 Ions, owned In Plymouth. The following were the crew:? John B Morton, master; George Moray, mate; Samuel How. land, Isaac Howland and Bartlett Finney, seamen; Joalah H Swift, cook?all of Plymouth. Yacht schr Wild Pigeon sailed from Boston Dec 81 for West Coast of Africa. Capt Better, of brig Eastern State, saw her January 2, on Northern edge of the Gulf Stream; thst night It blew a perfect hurricane from NW, since which time there hsa been no aneount of her. 81i? was owned by Mr Thomas L Smith, of this city, a good vessel of 108 Ions, 6ysars old, bntln Sjuth Boston. The following weir the crew:?Henry L Bally, master; Charles Myer, mate, both of Chelsea; Stephen Riley, Thomas Deane, seamen; William Hunt, cook. It will be remembered that the above yacht wss seised at this port after she cleared at the Oustom House, supposed for a slaver, but the owner gave satisiac lory bonds and then sailed. Whalnnn. Arr at Rag Harbor tib Inst, bark Waahington, Babooek, South Atlantic Ocean, with S30 sp 650 wh and 3000 lbs bone (not as before). Sid Irom New London 9th, brig Georglana, Rogers, Cum berland Inlet. Cld at New Bedford 9th Inst, brig Altamaha (of Rtpptoan), Gray, Atlantic Ocean; schr Admiral Blake (of Slppican), Hathaway, da t'lii loth, bark John Dnwsoa, Cornell, Atlantic Ocean. Sid from Nantucket Bar 6th, bark R L Barstow, llussey, Atlantic Ocean. Arr at St Thomas April U, bark Rosclus, Honeywell, from a cruise, with 101 sp. Hrlg Kschol, Robertson, at Beverly 6th Inst from Atlantio Ocean, has 240 ap 100 wh (not JoOsp). Has on fgl 100 sp from bark Roseltts. Arr at Taleahuano Feb 17, bark Smyrna, Webb, NB, 300(p last year; 30th. barks Vluhant, Cole, do, 350 hbls sp suite lesvlng Pavta; Morning Light. Luce, do, 6S0 do sp 450 wh last ymr. 2Mb, Morning Star. Norton, do, 1,200 do ap all told, 66 inos out; 26ili, Montgomery, Crspo, do, 200 do splast year: March 4. Matthew Lure, Cleveland, do, 700 do sp do: 7th, ahip Bur.'pa, Mantcr. do, same as last report (gone (o Valpa raiso); 10th, bark B C Cowden, Cleveland, do, HO do sp last year: Charles A Edward, Gilford, do, 900 do do all told; 1.1th, ship Mary A Susan, Howland, do, 1,100 do do, IS mos out; l?th, bark lleela. Luce, do. 100 do do last rear; 16th. Nor man, Gihbs, Nsntuckct. 300 do do all told; ships Julian, Dodge, New Br Iford, nothing since lenving San Francisco, came In for water; 20th, Arnoldn, Crowell, do 9W sp last year: barks Samuel A Thomas, lloxle, Mattapolseit, 90 do do; Oseeola, Franklin, New Bedford, 1550 do all told?lost a bust and boat's craw fast to a whale. Dark Osceola reports: barks Ohio, Baker, New Bedford, 220 hbls sp since leaving Payla; Mary Ann, Macey, do 180 do do; Hesper, Hainblln, Kairliaven, 100 do do last year: Afton, Allen, NB. ISO do do, S'-a Veen, Burdett, do 4M)do do; Endeavor, Fisher, do 430 do do all told. Ship Edward Csiey, of Nantucket, at Valparaiso, was to go lino dock and be newly metalled. Spoken?Msy 9, off Block Islsnd. bark America, Luce, of and for Holmes' Hole ffom Indian Ocean (and a pilot put on board). Spoken, A?, Hark Gertrude, lienca ler Australia, March 7,1st 8 S, lott Bark M E Trodt, hence for Elizabeth City, April 18,1st 33 16, Ion 3* 16. _ , _ Foreign Ports. AsjipS, Feb 24?Passed by, Maury, Kidred, from Batavla for NYork, March 4, Oame Cock, Jayne, from NYork for Hong Kong. .... ? AkTas. March 11?Cld I?iwren<? Bsown, Pierre, Fal mouth; 12th, Ws? Woodslde, i'enneli, do; 14IA, Eddystonc, Dyer, do; I7tli. Maty Ogden, Hathaway, do. Baistoi.iPIIH, April 38?Kid Helvetia. Brandofff, NTork In port 37th, Idg, Alexandrine, Titcomb, lor Leghorn; Fly. iug Blond, Klrwan, lor Kio Janeiro. BKt.r*sT, April 26?SM Old Hickory, Holmes, Philadelphia. Basskim, Fcli27?ArrC W White. Orlflln. Antwerp and Akyah. c??Dirr, April 28? Cld Tenneaaee, Ormaton, Mall*. Chahkntk, April 25?-Hid Paliion, Ladlow, It York. Co<,t?i*so, March 26?tu poll sh'p Magellan, Putnam, tc sail noxt dur for Ii|ninne 10 load for England In n i-t April J, shin Isabella, Coffin, from ftwanaaa via Fott Stanley, K.i!klii>hl Island, srr March 39, >lisg. 0aicutta, Man h 20?Arr Aslna Nichols, Mauritius. Hid March in, John Havi-p, Porter, Mauritius; 21st, Jtddle , R?e?i, Aigoa Bay, ' Sid from Baugor March 1, Manllus, Bray. Mauritius; 2d; Gsrtrade, Young, Colombo;8d, Garibaldi, Kniery, London; 19th, lieio of the Ocean, Williams, Bombay; Patnms. SprilUE, NYork; ISili, TYmrlur, Martin, Bl Helena: Chas Hill, a mall, Boston; 17th, Conoga, Wilson, Loudon; 30th, Oood Hope, Miller. ((York. Colombo, March lft? Arr Waverly, Henry, Oalle. Dial, April 27?At r Amazon, Hovey, London (.and aid for NYork); IBth, Enropa, Rt*ed. do for Newport (and anchor ed; l'assed by do 28th, Franklin, Murray, from Hamburg for NYork. Dovkb, April 17?Off. Velosrlano, Slgante, and Fuime, ?, from Antweipfor NYork, Off the Wight 29tb, Belle Creole, Knowlea, from London for Col a Oufii.i.N. April 2-i?Arr Alliance, De Carteret, NYork. In port ld>' 2<ith, Quecu ol England, lieddy, and Irene, Saule, for NYork, Fai.mocth, Ar ril 26?Arr Dorcas C Yeaton. Pote, Wool wich ; 2tiih. Elizabeth, Nepp< rns, NYork; 29tli, Urania. 1* uk ham; Loyal Scranton, Lowden, mad Baxonr, Jones. Alexan dria; Proll ctor, Stephenoon, Siucua; Cuba, Foster, Kus toadje. 8U127tu, Marv UommiII, Thompson, Biest. Foochow, March 4?Sid Neptune, Freeman, NYork. Glasgow, April 28?Sid Anaover, Keeney, Cronstadt. Gi<kk.\ock, April 26?Bid John Fyfe, Luth< r, NYork. Gall*, March20-Air Brewster, Dunbar, Boston (and lid 29th for Calcutta). Hong Konu, March 8?Arr Golcooda, Purington, Liverpool; Levanter, Brun u, Baugkuk; 1th, N B Pulmer, Low. MauUa,; 7th. Jacob Bell, Frisbie, NYork; 8th, Bertha, Tupley, Bang kok via Manila (see .Mi see I). Benj Howard. Klllgaard, San Prauusco; Nabob, Jones. Bangkok; 11th, Ocean Kover, bil ard, San Francisco: 13th, Norseman,'Haskell, Bangkok. Sid March 6, Washington. Colburn, Kan Francisco; flth, Victor. Crowell. do; 9tb, Lotus, Leekie, do; 12th, Childo Ha rold, Hicks. NYork; Daphne, Havener, San Fraucisco; 13th, Mundarln, Pan itt. Hong Kong. Livkrfooi, April28?Bid.John Bright, Dewar, NYork; 8 B Emery, Perkins, Uenoa; Roland, Wicke, Sandy Hook. Cld 36th, Celestial Empire, Matheson, Bombay; Sarah Pal mer, Held, Calcutta:2dth, Western Sea, Knowlea, do; Cal houn, Truman, NYork; Isaac Webb. Hutchinson, do; Frank Boult. Morse, Philadelphia; Helene, Raschen, Sandy Hook and Baltimore. But out 36th, Lawrence, Johnston, NYork; H Van Gagern, Maertens, Baltimore (ent April lor Havana); 2sth, PLt come, Gray, Buenos Ayres; Australia, Towart, NYork; Ueo l'eabody, Howes, do: Sir R Peel, Larrabee, do. London, April 23?Arr A C Bobbins, Corning, Minatitlan; 29th, Bold.llunter, Crosby, Calcutta. Cld 2Ctbt New Orleana, Sanders, Havre and NOrleana. Ent out 2?th, Southampton, Whitney, NYork. Sid from Gravsead 28th, Milton, Bradford, NYork. Lamlabh, April22?Arr Pheuix, Brogger. Troon (and aid 25th for Montevideo); Bt Louis, Berry. Clyde (and aid 26th lor NTork). Mauhas, March 21?Arr T B Wales, Lincoln, Calcutta. Maulmais. March 2?Arr Mary Bangs, Tar bolt, Madras; Sth, Martha Hideout, Poole, Fernando Po; Burlington. Saw Jer, Buenos Ayres. Hid March 1, Alarm, Chase, United ;ingdom; Ith, Lizzie Drew, (Jray, Queenstown; 8th, Lone Star, Duer, Bombay; 12th, St John, Bkolfield, (jueeustown or Falmouth. Noktb Forki-and, April 26?Off, PhiUa, Fadden, from Sun derland for NYork. Passed by 27th, Wm Van Name, Cook, from Sardinia for Gothenburg. * Off the Start 24th, Fides, Paeenstecker, from NYork for Hamburg. Newcastle, April 24?Ent out, N Boynton, Miller, for Pro vidence (and whs ready for sea at Shields 27th). Nassau, April 24?Arr schrs Wm P Leitch, Allen, Charles ton (and cld 29th for St John, NB); 25th, Mary |Letltla, do; 29th. brig Lucy Darling, Bouper, NYork; sehrs Alligator, Egden, Charleston; Edwin, ?; 28th, steamer Oreto (Br), Duguid, Liverpool; echrs Experiment, Palmer, Charleston; Lavina, Eden, and G H Eneas, Sweeting, Key West: 29<h, brig Cecil, Maxan, Minatitlan; 30th, steamers Stettin (Br), Johnson, Hull, E, with an assorted cargo; Kate, Lokwooil, Charleston; schr Ctiara, Cole, New York. Cld 17th, scbrs Belle. Green, Philadelphia; Chase, Habernicht. Baltimore ; 21st, Louise, Folic, st John, NB; Mersey, Sweeting, Balti more (sincecaptured); Albert Bteln, NYork. Portsmouth, April 28?Passed, Noonday, Henry, from London for Boston. Pbnaxg. March 6?Arr Borneo, Bassctt, Mauritius. Sid March 7, Gnefswald, Krenchncr, NYork. quKKNSTowic, April 27?Arr Niagara (s), Boston. Sid 2ffth, Elvira, Snow, Cardiff. Rangoon, March 3?Arr Winged Arrow, Berry. ?. Sid March3, (leo West, Lunt, United Kingdom;6th, Lion, Coop er, do; 11th, Harraseeket, Waite, do. Rivkr Gambia, April A?In port brig Richmond, from Go ree, to load for NYork. Rio Jankiro, March SO?In port barks Union, Heard, and Conrad, Salisbury, repg, to sail for Philadelphia iu about 9 days. Sid 30th, bark Syminetnr, NYork. SoCTUAMrTOM, April 28?Sid Ivo, Camoss, NYork. Siuklds, April 27?Arr Caroline E Kelley, Pote, St Lucar. Hugo, April 26?Arr Asia, Tough, NYork. SmoAroiuc. March 7?Arr Como, Cobb, Sunderland; 18th R B Forbes, Ballard, Ptbrough (and aid 19th lor rice ports); 19th, Davlight. Sanger, Bangkok (and sld lVth for Hong Kong). Bid March 20, Monsoon. Lor lug. NYork. Siianghak, Feb 21?Arr Verona. Small, New York; 22d, J Wakefield, Brown, Liverpool; Nautilus, Elwell, Bangkok; 26th, Malay, Wiicomb, do: 28th, Catherine, Foster, do; March 2, Dom Pedro IT, Lewis, Nagasaki ;&th, Algonuuin, Emery, NYork. Hid March 2, Hound, Nash, Nagasaki. St John, NB, May 7?Arr ship Prince of Wales, Harmon, London: bark Union, Davis, Boston. Cld 7th, schr Youth. Hare, NYork. W ATsnroRD, April 2d? Arr Salem, Caflero, NYork. Yarmouth (Norfolk), April 38?Off, Ooean Star, McKen tie, for NYork. , American Porta. BOSTON, May 10, brig Harriet, Sedgley, Chop tank River; schrs Hanover, Lawson, fort Paix, and Wave. Talbot, Elizabethport. Cld steamer tiaxon, Matthews, Phllu delphia; ship Regulus, Thompson, Buenos Ay res; brig Cayenne, Dryadale, Surinam; ecbra Westover, Ellrldce. Philadelphia; Sorali Elizabeth, Kelley, and Albert, Barker, NYork. 11th?Arr barks Orlando, Sparks, Sierra Leone rla Islede los April; Warren Hallett, Hallett, Philadelphia; sclirs U May, Hoover, and Emily Fowler, Willanl, Philadelphia; Gannet, Spear; T L Miller, White, and Florida, Kelley, Ell. rabethporl. Below?Ship Cutwater, from 8&u Francisco. Telegraphed?Burks Sinyrnlote, f?om Palermo; Harvest Moon, from Messina: Oen Lama ire, from Port au Prince, Signal Cor a brig. Sid Saturday, wind W to NE. steamer Sa.,ou. ships Criterion (and passed the Cape al'i:S0) and Inez, bork Nonpareil, brig Cayenne. Sunday, wind NNW, bark Andrew Carney. BALTIMORE, May 10 a 11?Arr barks Chas Hcddle, Cros by, Bagua; Empress Theresa, Johnson, Rio Janeiro; May Queen. Oavle, Rio Janeiro; whrs N M Tannor, Paty, Domi nica; Kingfisher, Clavell. Corn Island. Below, off Swan Point, ship Washington Booth, Pescnd, from Chili; bark ("base, Knllle, from London. Old ship Robert Treat <,Hr),' Roiibluc, Londonderry; brig Mount Veruon. Pike, Philail-1 phia; schrs G H Vannaroe,Vanuamc, NYork; Thomas P Cooper, Taylor, Port Morris, NJ; James M Bayles, Thomp son. NYork; W H DeWitt, Cory. NYork. Sid brigs Echo, Bcuson, Ponce, PR; Romuuee, Duncan, Aspiuwall; Fiauces Jane, Martin, 8t Johns, PR. BANGOR, May 8-Arr Br bark Tay, Shields, E. Cld 9th, schr Wiiite Sea, Llulelleld, Philade.pbia. BELFAST. May 6?Sid schrs Catharine Beat, Thomas, and Ch.ulesion. Bun; ess, NYork; D K Arey, Ryan, do, ELI HA BETH PORT. May 10?Cld schrs Pearl, Worthly, and Margaret Anna, Throckmorton, Red Bank; Agnes, Cook, Oceannori; C L Lovering. Jones, Taunton; DuliolrrTuus. New Haven; Lawrence, Skinner, Hartford; Wm K Ma pes, FUnn, Branch port; A C Havens, Keron, College Point; sloops Surplus, cherry, New London; Mediator, Bom wick, New Ha ven: President, Morrell, Stamford; Hickory, Whitest one; barges Hose. White; Nichols, Allen, and Oliver Thomas, Knight. Montreal. EASTPORT, May 6?Cld schr Tennessee, Wosster, Wil mington. Del. EAST GREENWICH, May 9?Sid schr Elmlra, Rogers, Eil/aliethport. EDUARTOWN. May ft?Arr srhr* Sarah Clark, Griffin, Philadelphia forBo.-tun; Marv Ellen, -Case, do for Nuulutk et; 7tli, Union, Marcliant, Philadelphia, bound E. 8th?Arr arhrs Sarah l-iOuiaa, Yeaton, NYork for Boston; Anna B Ruseell, Hoilge, Eliza bs til port; slooo Agent, Dam elg, Elizabethport I'oiBoslon. !>th?Sid all the arrivals or the 7th and 8th, except the Sa rah Louisa, which is supposed to be at an< hor bolow. I-'ALL RIVER, May K?Arr schra Beuj Biown, InB-raliam, and Keren 11 apui h, Kelley, NYork. lOih??!d schrs George r Brown, KenneJ. Heaconnet for Philadelphia; Hudson', Waterman, NYork; sloops I II Bor den, Collins, do; Orapeshot, Terry (from Renootinet), do. NEW HBDFORD, May 10?Sid schrs James A Lucy, Chase. -MYork. NKWBURYPORT, May 9-Arr schrs Lucy Ames. Hoi brook, Philadelphia; Mary Fletcher, Crosby; Giand Island, Short; .Mary Clark. Howard; Arctic, Perkins; Hannah Gram, Janvrin, and Slim-on, Thurfow, do. N EWPORT, May 9?Arr arhrs A E Douglas, Holman, Bos ton for Fortress Monroe; Warrior. Crockett, Rockland lor NYork; Expedite, Boebe, Bristol for do; Washington, Fer guson, Providence for do; J C Chew. Bugbee, Taunton for Kllzabelhport; Martha Jane, Mott, Rondout; Viola, Sotners, and A Buntln, Dunham, Seaeonnet for Philadelphia. NEW HAVEN, May 10?Arr schr T C Lyman, Stannard, New York; sloops Roanoke, Hamtnls, and Pocohontas, Van Wi klen, Elizabethport. NEW LONDON, May ??Sid brig Oeorgiana, Rogers, Cum berland Inlet. PHILADELPHIA!. May 10 a 11?Arr barks Vigo, Thurlow Cieul'uegos: A Manderson. Thompson, Bostons Stampede, Lewis.and PC Alexander, Merryman, NYork; brigs W M Dodge (Br), Anderson, Rio de Janeiro; Sophia, Battling, Messina; schrs Mediator. Miller, Fall River: Nancy (Br), Perry, Halifax; Tiger, Uoldthwalte, Saco; Marietta, Gray, Bangor. Cld bark John I'ayson. Terry, Kev West; brigs Florence, Brandford, Jamaica; Trlndelon, Kaler, Boston; achrsL Diiponl. Heriug, Barbadoes; D N Richards, Jov; Reindeer, Davis; T 11 Seymour, Kelly; Challenge, Hart, Constitution, Stout, Bay State. Meaervey, and Sadona, Wall. Boston; Martha Nlcholls, Small, Portland; Mat Kenney, Ol ?er, Key West; Romp, Stanley. Saco; H A Mayo, McPar nd, Haverhill; Oeo Kales, Niekerson, Providence; Dell am-e, Harrington, Portsmouth; T Borden, Wrightlngtog, Fail River; D P Mathews, Portsmouth; An tares, Conlery, Salem; J O Babcock, Hand, Key West; Panthea, Clark Norwieb. Lcwr.s. Del. May 10?The ship Tnscarora, for Liverpool, went lo sea this mornlnc. Brig Oen Marshal, from Carne uas, passed In. Wind W. PORTSMOUTH, May 9?Arr schr Equal, Kellock, NYork. PROVIDENCE. May 10-Arr steamer Falcon. Wllllama, NYork; sehr John Rogera, Buckaloo. Philadelphia; sloop Luna, Smith, Ellzal>etht>ort. Bid schrs Allen H Brown, Crowcll, and Minerva, Brooks, Philadelphia; Martha Col lins, Shorn ds, and Naiad Gneen. Hulse. do; Bva, Northrup, and New Re?"lu*, Ball, ElUabethport; John O Ireland. Chase. NYork; Emily, Thompson, dovlaNorwalk, Ct; sloops Franklin, Avery; Mary Dallas, Hawkins, and Rleti/I, Cob leigh, NYork. _ llth?Arr steamer Westchester, Nye, NYork; schr L Au deui led, BnrtlsM. Philadelphia, bid sclirs Jas Aldcrdloe, Htites. Philadelphia; R H Cnlenn, Coleon; Independence, Winchester, snd Mary A LoveU, Kimball, NYork.

PAWTL'cKET, May 11?Sid schr Isabel, Taylor, Phlladel pi) Id _ SALEM. May Arr schrs James Logan, Smith; ACorde rv, Bibcock, and Orris Frauds, Rawley, Philadelphia; Phila delphia, Clearly, ?nd Maine, Brown, illixabethport; Albion, Holbrook, Waldoboro for Philadelphia. Cld bark Warren White. Brook home, Boston; schrs Leesburg, Swift, snd 8 V W Simmons, Godfrey, Philadelphia.. ?PORTIRO. BOATS-PLEASURE BOATS, ROW BOATS, SAIL Boats, Yacht* (second hand). Race Boats, Wherries. Metallic Life Boats, Ships' Boats, and Boats of all kinds and description* on hand and for sale. We arr fitting out lasge numbers every day. INGKRSOLL'S, i< Noe. MS and 244 South street. CLtTB BOAT FOR SALE.?A FIRST CLASS SIX OARKD out rlggor Boat, 45 feet long, with nurs and all the ap purtenances. Also Boat Mouse, In good order. B at will he sold separately if ileslrcd. Can lie bought for half their value. Address O. H. 8., box 713 Post of!lre. IftOfc K ALE?A FAITHFUL WATCII DOU. BETWEEN 1 Newfoundland and St. Bernard, all black, curled hair and very 'laTuNoma. Price gift. Also three Dog Pups, be', tween foxhound and greyhound; will make good rabbit dogs. Apply at 151 East Twenty-fourth street. TIIOMsOnT Et'K. DAVIS?THEttE IH A LETTER FOR YOU AT the Post olhoe. JEFF. DAVIH -ITACUT FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.?A SCHOONER .1 Ya^ lit of twenty-five ton*, In perfect order and mm ple ely Lirnlshed, will be sold for nme-half her value. Apply at No. ;t? Kuiton Btreeti Brooklyn. TOO liAI'E K(?lt CUAKMIFICATION. AllTH ICIAL TEETH.?SUPERIORITY, ECONOMY^ f)> until nl Artlrtetal Teeth, any style desired, Nie. to ft (10 each; warranted e.|?al W any $100 seta Teeih filled In the best mat. iter wltb gold, platina, silver, or genuine arti ficial boil", &M. to tl. Extracting positively wlihom paint my own discovery, pronounced entirely harmless by highest medical authority. Tootbai he Instantly relieved. Principal ofliee. IIM East Twenty-second street, N. Y. Branch offlce 89 Myrtle avenue. Br'oklyn. Dr. LATHER, Sr., Dentist! Established twenty yeara. ' Dlt POWER* TREATS ALL DISA8ES or FBMaLEB with nnpsrslMled *uee?ss. He can be consulted at 12 Laiyh' street, during all honrgof the flsy and evening J i5 R. WARD, AN EXPERIENCED AND SUCCESSFUL prse.itiener, thoroushl* conversant In treating dis eases, can be consulted at 12 Lalght street; the only place, a .private entt sBCt ??o* gratis, Always attends HORSES, CABBIAliKS, AC; A KIKE CBANCK?HtlR BALE?HORSES, TRUCKS and Cart, with work of four mores clown town (good work). Apply at Mo. 26 Montgomery street, from 7 till 9 o'clock A. 4., and from < till 8 P. M. ' ATHOROl'GHBRED IMPORTED MAKE FOB SALE the most perfect lady's hone In til a country; the pro is i ty of a gentleman now In (Europe Kor particular* in quire of J. A. WHITE, Hiding Master, 490 Sixth avenue, be tween Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth street*. _____ CARRIAGES.?TWO TURK-OVER SEAT ROCKAWAY8 J one slide-seal Carriage, one second band Phaetjn, in lierf- i't order. city made; one no top two seated Wagon; one light depot Wagon, two do-tor's Gigs. one extenaioli top car riage, city inane, for sale low. M. C. EDEY, No. 64 Cedar street, op|< 1'ost o:iiie. It For bale?a great bargain?a horse, cart. Harness and the Work of four arms, all lor *190, cash. To be seen at the corner of South William ami Beaver streets, or alter 6 o'clock at the southeast corncr of avenue A and Twenty-third street. For sale-a stylish carriage, ok the best Qake, aa good an new; will l>e sold for leas ball its cost, the owner having no further use for it. Can be seen at No. rls' si i bit a, Eighth street, near Sixth avenue. Fob sale-a square body four seat rock aw.iy, Incomplete order, curtains, seat and cushions new; the ?e us are movable; also a strong squire body Wa gon, with movable top; would answer lor a peddler. Apply at AS Bayard street. For sale?a very handsome paib of bat Horses, 16.3 hands high, long tails, youug, sound and kin 1; n pair of young Horses, 16 hands nigh; very stylish, aud suitable for rood or other light driving. AImi, several other pairs and single Horses. CHAS. E. MILLS, 34 Cedar street. IIOR SALE?A VERY STYLISH BAY HORSE, SIXTEEN hands bigh, seven years old, sound and kind In every respect, and very desirable either for a private carriage or coupe. Can be seen at the St. Nicholas stables, 67 Mercer street FOB SALE-THE TROTTING HORSE JOHN WANDS; has trotted his mile in 2:31. He will be sold at a low llgure, as the owner is giving up keeping horses. Apply to C. N. PEED, 343 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Fob sale-^a black pony, fifteen hands high, sound, kind and gentle; trots In harness, paces under the aaddle; has been used by ladiea this four years. Sold for want of use at 48 Bayard street. BiOR SALE-A BROWN MARE, 16>? HANDS HIOH, six years old, sound and kind; can trot In 2 4.1 single or 2:60 double. Inquire for Henry, at George Murray's stable, Thirteenth street, m ar University place. EOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL chestnut MARE; HAS never been off a farm, and can go to-day in better than three minutes on a country road; is warranted sound, kind and free l'rom vice. Cash price 9300. Address M. P.. box 141 Herald oilice. For sale?a dark bay saddle horse, uj* hands high. A vear.< old; perfectly sound and kind in all harness; price $300. Apply at private stable. No. 4 Gau sevoort street, near Eighth avenue and West Thirteenth street. Fob sale-a paib of dark bat horses; lonq tails, closely matched, 16 hands, (> and 7 years old; will be warranted sound and kind in slugle or double harness; one ol' them a most excellent saddle horse. Can be seen until sold at the feed store corner of Seventh avenue and Sixteenth steeet. Fob sale cheap.?an elegant family ob coupe Horse, 16if, hands high, sound and kind, lor sale cheap, for want or use. Can be seen at.41 South Wil liam street. Fob sale cheap?a very stylish oray mare, seven years old, sound and kind; can trot inside of three minutes. Also a new M Wagon, very handsome, weighing about one hundred and liny pounds, and has only been used three times; also a new Harness, L*p Blanket. Sweat Blan ket, Stable Blanket, Whip and everything necessary for a f;enlleman's turnout, and all new. For further particulars nquire at Kelly's stables, 18 West Thirteenth street. FOB SALE CHEAP-FOB WANT OF USE, A LARGE browu Mare; a good worker. Price #60. Can be seen at 120 East Fourteenth street, near Third avenue. Fob sale very cheap?a strong, sound Horse and Grocery Wagon; the owner has no use for it. Inquire at 164 avenue C, corner of Tenth street. For sale or exchange?a large bay horse, 8 years old, suitable for heavy woqi. price $126; also a light Wagon, prtoe $23. Apply at 430 East Tenth street, near avenue D. For sale and to let?six well trained ladles' aud gentlemen's saddle Horses, warranted in every respect. May be hired by the day, month or season. Saddles new and of the most improved patterns. Inquire of J. A. WHITE, Riding Master, 490 Sixth avenue, between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets. Instruction given on the road. Light wagOn* wanted-shifting top; must be or modern style and in good order. Address, stating lowest price, Ac., B. M. 8., Herald office. ONE HORSE FEED WAGON.?ANY PARSON HAV ing a good one tor sale will find a purchaser by address" ing H. Walgron, station D, under Bible House, Astor place Platform springs preferred. T>ONIE8 FOR SALE-GENTLE IN HARNESS OB JT under the saddle; perfectly safe for ladies or children. Will be sold together or sepai ate at Kyerson k Brown's, corner Thirteenth street and University place. PONY CABRIAUB.-WASTED, A SECOND HAND XT l'ony Carriage and Harness. They must be in good condition, and suitable for a pony 14)? hands high. Address 77 Cedar street, rear office, ground lioor. Road horses.?ten veby fine isotting Horses, just from the country, for sale at war prices, at the Waverley Hotel stables, corner Ninety-sixth street and Broadway, from 16 to 1C hands high, live to eight years old, souud and kind; will trot from 2:3d up to 2:60 on track ; also one vrry handsome stylish dat pie grey Saddle Mare, fast trotter, 16 uanrts 3 inches, six years old, sound and kind, very gentle; all these goo J pole horses. SADDLE MARE FOR SALE.-SOUND AND KIND, without a fault; about 16}, hands high and very stylish; six years old this spring. Apply at 88 East Twenty-ninth strvpt, carpenter's shop. WANTED-A SECOND HAND ,TWO HORSE TRUCK; one suitable for Hour. Apply at at 46 Jay stri e:. ~ Sl'MMEK KESORl'8. T AKE HOUSE, lake GEORGE, KEl'T BY SHER jj HELL.?Parue* can liuve Rooms early at this house at low rates. Apply bv letter. or luformntion can be had at 101 Pearl micel, New York. Opcu middle ot May. PERSONAL. INFORMATION WANTED-OF PATRICK COBERN ami wife (maiden u.imc, Mai;. Monso..'); landed at C tstle Garden, from England, lout May. Ainu of her brother Pa trick, who hroicjlii lier h< r?. Any tidings of them will be thankfully received 1 y her brother, John Monroe, at 284 Ply mouth street, Brooklyn. IF CHARLIE PALTER, SOMETIMES CALLED Bl'RLY Salter, wttl address L. A., box 3,438 Pott ofllcc, staling wh"re an Interview may be bad, be will learn something to his advaplagc. MR. JAMES STRANG, BOSS MASON, WHO formerly lived at No. 131 Wllljutiliby, corner of Carll street, Brooklyn, will center a great favor by calling at No. 130 Water street, front ofllce, up italri. Michael m'feely-who two months ago nave me his address, corner Columbia and Warren aueeta, Brooklyn, and who wrote to me live or aU time*, ia asked to tend me immediately hit present addrett. Addresa Union and Perseverance, Herald odloe. FERSONAL?IENNIE R D8, YOUR LAST TOO. H. L. jimt r "e ' ???1. Aw nn?"t for von at station 0. RELIUIOUK NOTICK (4. ANNIVERSARY OP SABBATH SCHOOLS OF THE A tieucral Synod'* Union of the Reformed Dutch Church, lo be beId in the Free Mission Church, corner of Madison aud Guuveruetir streets, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at half paet three o'clock. An address may be expected from Rev. Alexander R. Thompson. Appropriate hymns will be sung by the children. The public generally are cordially Invited to attend. 1ECTURES IN AID OF THE CHURCH OF ST. J lieorse the Martyr, at Dodworth's Hall, HOC Broadway. be Rcv.T. Vinton, D. D., will lecture nu Friday evening, *>a? 16. at #1', M., on the "Phllosuphy of the War." The Right Rev. H. Bouthgate, D. D., will lei turn on Thursday evening. May 22, at 8 P. M., on "Incldcne of Oriental Travel. ' Tickets for the course f I each, to be had at Apple ton's. Broadway; T. J. Craven. 0W Broadway; Beer A Schlrmer, 701 Broadway; flchsrfenberg * Lews, 709 Broad way: the Church Book Depository, 7?2 Broadway; the Bible and Common Prayer Book Society, No. & Cooper Institute. T. K. TRASK, Treasurer, 074 Broadway. HUNT AO LB WARD, 1 PiilUl' PRITCHARD, >Committee. ROiiERT WALLER, ) GRACE CHURCH.?A GOOD PEW IN THE MIDDLE aisle, will be leaned or sold at a very low price. Apply at 77 Cedar street, room 14. REMOVALS. CHEESEMONGERS AND BACON FACTORS, 144 AND 4^2 Broadway.?LILLY A BKoWER respectfully no Mtly the puldie that on aesonut ot the great Increase of their business, they have removed from vO Cedar and 1M Fulton street to the spacious building 144 Broadway, where they will continue lo merti the patronage or the public, having made arrangements for receiving dally the choicest dairies ot Butter, Cheea*,?c., which we will sell at the very lowest prces for cash. The Bacon and Hams of our own curing have been acknowledged by all who have tried them to be superior to any they have yet found In thU market. Orange county Butter by the rail; t'ourtland county Butter by lb" B'l, tub or Hrkln; prices from 10,18 and 20 centa per pound, mi 10 centa per pound. LILLY A BHOWER, 144 and 483 Broadway, Proprietors. C CHIROPODISTS.? LITTLEFIELD A WEHTEKVELT J have removed from oppoeite the Ht. Nicholas Hotel to tlie engible rooms No. 862 Broadway, Ave doors above Thir teenth street, where ihey continue ihe sucocsslul treatment oi corns, bunions, inverted oaila, Ac., Ac. BR. CLARENCE CAMERON HAS REMOVED FROM 28 East Fourteenth street, near University place, to H8 Fifth avenue, corner of Seventeenth street. N( OTICE-THE AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF GOODS milactused by THE UNION INDIA RUBBER COMPANY will be removed, on tue 1st of May next, Irom No. 108 Lib erty street to No. 12 Park I'Uoe. _ HY. O. HADDEN, President. Naw YoM, April 15,18* REMOVAL .-J. GRORHON HERRIOT, DENTIST, HAS removed his office irom Spring Street to the southeast comer of Fourteenth street and Seventh avenue. Entrant o 47 Seventh avenue. WM. .1, OOLEMAM A CO. HAVE THIS DAY EE moved to 70 Wall street and 161 Pearl street. " IILLUEDI, B11.LIARD8.?FOR sale, a full sized slate bed HIIiIhi.i Table, fall Immediately at Hie Mansion lljusc, corner ol Feurth avenue and TiMrty second street. Caution ?phklanh patent BILLIARD tables snd combination cushions, tnantifa<Mtircii and lor -.a>e onlr Df I'HELAN ACOLLENDER, ? to * Crosby ilrees NOW. GENTLEMEN. COME M xkh ME, aT IS# FulWB ?US?t, inj ulU aland. ?..J*rJS it .-cuts WENCSR, boardihfo luduinu. a few PIN l,k (jentlkmkn, OK <ikntlbmen inri'i "j1ie*' ?*" obtaiu Board, wl:h pleasant ?sw!^j twontt-ieeond street, between Lexington -u Third avenues. The house has all the modern improve A few SINGLE GENTLEMEN MAY FIND A PLEA r,~t. KIWIit 2l"?e lu * >"?'??*? family, when: their com urt win de studied more than ceremony; locution convenient 10 terms moderate. Apply at 83 Bank struct. A young widow, living ALONE, WOULD lbt a furnuhad Front Parlor, with two Bedrooms attached lo genticmen and ladies. Board for ladies only The rooms ?re on the lirst floor. iu>iuire of Mrs. Wlllard, iy7 Bteecker street. A GENTLEMAN AND WIPE OR A PEW SINGLE GEN tlemen eau bo accommodated with Board, in a very pleasant location, about ten minute*' walk from the ferry. For i urtber particulars inquire at sm Bridge street, Brooi lyn, near Fulton ferry. At NO. 40 WEST TWENTY-FIRST STKEET?to LET, with Board, two arge, liandtotmly iuriiish?d Rooms to gentlemen and their wives or single gentle.tien. Tue rooms are tery desirable for two gentlemen who room together. House first class and location un? xceptionai?lc. Gentlemen whose families will be in the country during the summer can be accommodated with meals. Dinner at 6 o'clock. R?'t'ei euc'*s exchanged. A LADY, HAVING considerable FURNITURE, would like to rent it for Board, or would rent a Mouse ami board the owner, with the privilege oi taking a tew others. Addirasm. V., Madisou square Post ofllce. A FEW SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE accommo" usted with gcot Board and pleasant Rooms at 93 Hud" sou street, near franklin street. Terms moderate. A pk1vate FAMILY WILL LET, WITH BOARD, TWO ?a pailor Room*, together or separately; newly and neatly furnished; moilern improvements: house brown <*ktr*.,,,tii<l,nis"'j?e*lral,le location in the city. Ad 1 1>139 N. Y. Post ollice, with address. A SVLT ?of> very handsome rooms TO T.rt? t&ir "'?,*!* Ae'!tle.m,!0 ?r gentlemen and atn-? ^intir strkkt, A FEW doors west OF 15 i ta^' a gentleman and wife or single gentlemen ??* ^ ^e w uiutains 77?, ?*-? ? "'ugjd gciiuho their wives, at 86 lexi n <ion avenue, AT Its ninth STREI Broadway, a gentlemi eau obtain pleasant Rooms, the modern Improvements. A FURNISHED ROOM TO LET?WITH OR WITHOUT Hoard, in a small family, where t he comforts of a SKi'lsi0*! ? hud: genUeman preferred; $0 a month without cil all the week? Wman' We6t Flfla#nUl ,,re?t A lady DESIRES TO OBTAIN three OR fourgentlemeu for partial Board. Prices, for a large tmrtv^.w kr."'' *\?? *'? p" week. Resident, Hentfd^fflce *"<?> avenue. Address mis. Urant| A GENTLEMAN AND wife OR ONE OR TWO SIN gle gentlemen can be accommodated with pleasant "j^out Board, at ii West Fifteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. AN ELEGANTLY furnished FRONT ROOM AND on third lloor to let, with Board, In a lirst class private boarding house, No. 200 West Twenty-third street, corner ol Seventh avenue and Twenty-third street. Also one or two Rooms for single gentlemen. Dinner at 6 o'clock References required. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS wife, OR ONE OR TWO single gentlemen, can be accommodated with Board mo pleas ?nt Rooms, at 296 Ble-eker street. A WR*? 0F!, Rl'OMa' WITH BOARD. CAN BE y lrlot! aI!? also for two single gentlemen: tw enty"third stie e't n")<le',I lmProvement?; at 149 West A respectable GERMAN GENTLEMAN ^ij1"? *'?" occupving a lirst clan house, will let a choice of eiepntlv furnwiejrooms, with Board or private street', ^el^bmudwa/. spoken. Apply at 48 East Bleecker A PLEASANT AND WELL FURNISHED PARLOR and Bedroom connecting. In a ne|u anil quiet house, ior $5 a week; also a small Room for $2. Good restaurants convenient. Location 337 Fourth avenue, near Twenty AN ELEGANT furnished PARLOR AND BED room, to let. for one or two single gentlemen, at (6 per week. Hous^i'ontains all modern improvements. At No 6 Leroy place (Bleecker street.) A handsome FRONT ROOM, ON THE SECOND lloor, with good Board, suitable for a family or party of gentlemen; also amall Room; lmuse lirst class; dinner at six. Apply to Mrs. GREGORY, lot East Twenty-Orst street, Gra mercy Park. Board-wanted, by a gentleman and wife. Board In a small private family or two plainly for! nished Rooms suitable for housekeeping; rent must be mo derate. Address l H. W., Herald office. Board.?most desirable rooms can be ob tamed, furnished or unfurnished, for gentlemen and !??. jtr f? or ^ugle gentlemen. with or without Board, in a 1 delightful location.Parties desirous of a quiet, genteel home qufreif W Fourteenth street. References re. Board.?handsomely furnished i rooms. to gether or separate, can be obtained, with Board, at 1ub waverley plate, in view of, and nearly opposite to, Washing ton square. i nexceptlonable references given and required, Board.?furnished or unfurnished rooms, with good, com lor table Board, can be had upon favor* able terms By applying at 309 West Fourteenth street. BOARD.-TO LET, WITH BOARD. AT 1S7 SECOND avenue, between EUhth and N mth streets, two hand somely furnished Front Rooms, ou second and third floors, with secretary bedsteads. reicrences exchanged. Dinner at six o'clock. BOARD.-A LARGE FRONT ROOM TO LET. WITH Boird for the lady only; will be let to two ladies,if de sired; also one with cooking stove, gas and good bath room adjoining, for $5 per week. Inquire at no.^ Ludlow place. West Houston street * ' Board at clifton, staten island, for two gentlemen and their wives, lu a private l'amlly (no other n pl'faaut country residence, in a healthv and delightful neighborhood; good garden; stabling for horses If desired. 1 bree-quarters of an hour troiii New York. Refer ? ?; hllrya,k*q" 108 bro?<lw?y. or addresss c. k., box o,l'j() Post ofllce. B?am> IN NEW YORK.?a GENTLEMAN WISHES Board for his daughter (a young ludy) in a private ramlly oi respeetiible sundlug. Address Merchant, box 111 Herald office. References exchanged, stating location and terms. Board wanted-in a private family, in tiie nekhborhoo i of Broa<lway and Tenth street, for a gen tleinan and two Misters. Terms must be moderate. Address Home, box 121 Herald office. Board wanted-for a widow lady, in a pri vale family, where there are lew or no boarders. Ad dress Mrs. k., for Iwo uays, station D, Bible liouit*. Brooklyn.?two furnished rooms to let to Single gentlemen; the neighborhood Is quiet and re spectable, near to all the ferries and the terms are reason able. Address box 4,638 New York Post oUlce. Board in brooklyn.-a gentleman and wife, or two or three single gcntlemeu, can be accommodated with Board, with furnlshril or uiifornlahed Rooms, at 888 bridge street, Brooklyn, convenient to Wall street and Fulton ferries. Board in Brooklyn?for gentlemen only, in a French family, 88 State street, Ove minutes'walk from South and Wall street ferries. Breakfast earlv and dinner at aj^ o'clock. Terms moderate. Board in brooklyn.-a gentleman and wife or two young gentlemen can be accommodated with l ull or partial Board at/1 Hicks street, corner of Orange. Refe rences exchanged. Board in Brooklyn.-one or two single gentlemen can be acc ommodated with Board, In a pri vatc tumlly, where the comforts of a home may be found within live minutes' walk of Fulton ferry. Dinner at half, past six. Appljr at 24 High street. Board in Brooklyn.?a rare opportunity for a physician; Bokrd, with library room and use of rear i'arlor, In a first class house, with all the modern improve ments; location near City hall; terms moderate. auulv at w4 Jay street, near wilioiigiiby. Board in brooklyn.-two large front Rooms, on second lloor. suitable for a gentleman and Wifeor two single gentlemen; house with all the modern Improvements; Ioj?Uon unsurpassed; family small and se lect; terms moderate. Apply at 284 Jay street, near Wli loughby. Board on Brooklyn heights.-a gentleman and wife may obtain seoond story l?ont Room, with Bedroom and Board, In a private family; rc fere noes ax. changed. Address bo? 3,SM Post offlcr. Brooklyn hbigiits.-to let, with board a large, plesssnt R<>otn, on second floor, to a gentleman and wife, or single gentleman. Also iwo single Rooms two minutes' wail or Fulton ferry. Apply at No. 6 Willow M TTJURNISHED ROOMS -Wirt, COVrORTABLE ROOMS JT and HoiIiooihs for ?n?ll f**|*r .he laiulllea or (Ingle gentlemen, from $1 to ?! |?r week. at 1M Elltabcth atreet, near lto >mc, they *re port* uterty adapted lor per sou* dedrlng to liv?- aheap aud quiet. Furnished rooms to let?with board, to ladle*, at 171 Omnr atreet. Furnished parlors and rooms to let?to gentlemen wlih Brcafcra?t If dealeed, or to a (mall fa mily, including Kitchen, Ac. Houae Urol claaa. Apply nt 180 waverley place. Hotel lodgings.?clean single rooms for fl 80, >1 28 and $1 per wei'k, or 23 cent! a nlKlit, at th? Manhattan Houae, 30 Oeture atreet. one block from the City Hall I'ark. si ranger* will And tnla a quiet, reapectable place to utop at. HOBOKEN BOARD-TWO LARGE Fl RNISHED Room* to let, with or without partial board, at No. 139 Hudaon (trect. R?. M. B. 8UMNER NO. 33 WEST T\V ENTV-NINTH atreet, ha? a very large, elegantly furnished necond atnr* Bedroom, with north and (ouih window*; alao on? aecnnd and one third *tory Sultoi R)omi>. and one altiRln Room to let, with Board. The*! room* *an bn taken nmll October I, iranalefitly, or permanently for the jeer. The term* will be lexn for the *uminer only, or for part of it. Reference eiehanged. DOOMS TO LET-TO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, WITHOUT XV Board, one or two very <le*lraM? Rouma, furnished. In a private family; very dealrnbly located for gentlemen doing bualneaa down town. Apply at No. 7 Bond atreet. Relercncr* exchanged. TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN 4 AM BE AUOOMMODAT ed with ii|c**mii. airy R )oma and good Board, bv ap plying ai N".JII Ka*t Twenty.lotirth atreet, corner of Fourth ?venue. Rcfei?u?*e exchanged. TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN OR A GENTLEMAN AND ulle can be a-umnviclHirtt with a ?Illy lurnlalied null ef Ruoragon the tint or ?econd Hour. Any party willing to advance $7!> can be accommodated at a very low price Ad lire a* A. B. C., atallon D. Location very pleaaant and vary near Broadway. TO I.ET?WITH BOARD, IN THE MODERN BUILT hoimtt 78 Mai dougai atreet (Si. Clement * place), Kooin on third lliHir, with clunet*, to two peraona, at f7 per week. Ai*o a (ingle Km *a at $1 per week. WANTED? l'ermanent BOvRD IN THE C'OCNTRT, for *n Hge>l pertnft. wnoee ircnme will only *iiow her ? ?mull (nm. A plain, quiet famliy in'moderate eirctim name* preferred. Addria*, nating lerm*, O , Yoikvii:# foat oOce, BOARDING AMD IsODGIWO. tQm WKKK FOR A PKKTTY FrRNlSHKDBOOM ?PO to a geuilemau and wile, with lull Board, where they can obtaiu the comforts of a home. Al*>,a furnished H ..,m, very low. Apply at KXt Weal Thirty-uith street, uear Eigtitti avenue. lATlI STREET.-A FEW DOUBI.E AND SINGLE Room*, elegantly fut nisbed, ' an 1* had, with Hoard, bv ladies and gentlemen having good reiei em u at the No 111 Tenth street (Brevoort place), occ ,pled by a private f iinily. Alao a basement Boom, suitable for a doctor'* oflli e. /TO ST. MARK'S PLACE, NEAR SECOND AVENUE.? t A Parlor aud Bedroom, I.andsome.y furnished, on second floor, front, will be rented to a gentleman and hia wife or two single gentlemen. The House i* tint class and neighborhood genteel. Only a few boarder* taken. r.O. EAST SEVENTEENTH STREET. THREE DOORS < ") from Union square.?A f- w very flue Rooms to let, w ill Board; houae tirat class. Dinner at 6. Referenoes ex enaufBd, or WEST ELEVENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVE Otl nue.?A gentleman ami wile, or two I adieu or gentle men ran obtain a unit of pleasant, airy Room*, on second Hoot-, with Board-, family small; term* very low; the com fort* of a quiet home can be realized; location very desirable. BROADWAY.?PLANTSM* HOTEL-FAMILIES or single gentlemen wishing permanent or tran sient Board, will tlnd handsomely furnished room* and a good table al this house. Location very central. Terms reasonable. Dinner at 8 o'clock. 1Q7 WEST THIRTY-SECOND STREET.?A back It/ I Parlor to let, with iSoard, to two per*om( for $10 per week; also a third story front Room, lor $8; family small, lo at on convenient; roo na furnisned or unfurnish ed. Apply as above. COUNTRY BOARD. Board on staten island.-a oe.nti.eman and liis wife would like to arrange with a [tarty having a healthy, sequestered situation, of easy access to boats, for Board during the month of June, or longer; or would hire part of a furnished cottage. Address B.. box ttiSNew York Post office. COUNTRY BOARD ? 8TATBN ISLAND. NORTH Shore. A lew gentlemen can be accommodated with full or partial Board, in a private family; pleasant location; about four minutes' walk from the ferry. Term* reasona ble. Addre.-s W. S. 8., box 1,235 Post office, Now York. COUNTRY BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED ON A FARM situated seventeen miles fro-n New York, in a beautiful little cottage house, with handsome bedroom* well furnish ed. good table, all sort* of fruits in their season, aod first rate accommodations. Inquire for particulars at MS Atlantic street, Brooklyn. References given and required. COUNTRY BOARD WANTED?IN A PRIVATE FAMI ly, where there are no other boarders, for a gentlemau and lady, one child and servant; must be near a railroad sta tion . within iifteen miles of the oily. .Address, witb terms, N. B. D., Herald "dire. COUNTRY BOtRD WANTED?FOR FOUR GROWN peri ens a' a far n house, within two hours' ride of the city; a private utile, with good country fare, a' a modi-rate price, dcHireu. Address J. C. B., station D, Bible House. New York. Desirable country board?ten miles from the city, In a healthy, retired and romantic situation commanding a splendid view of the Hudson, and only a few minute* walk from the landing. Particulars may be had of Mrs. White, No. 63 St. Mark * place. BALES OF* REAL ESTATE. A COTTAGE FOR SALE IN BROOKLYN, E. D.?THE neat frame Cottage, corner of Smith and Alnslle streets, within one minute's walk of the Grand *freet line of cars. Lot 25 bv 60 feet. Price $2.2 >0. Apply to E. R. KELLOGG, No. 139 Pearl street. New York. Farms, country seats and residences, near depot* and villages, convenient of access to the city, and all kinds of Real Estate in the city an 1 country, and Western Lands, for sale cheap or exchange on the most liberal terms. SOUTHWICK A WOOD, 82 Nassau street. Fob kale-a farm or country residence, near Elizabeth, N. J., five minutes drive from the rail, road depot: thirty acrcs, and can be Increased or diminished to suit purchasers. The land is in a high state of cultivation; new double hetise, forty by sixty feet, eleven rooms, marble mantels, cooking range, Ac.; a variety of shade and fruit trees, berries, currants. Ac., and all sufficient outbuildings well storked with cattle and farming utensils; would - ell with the farm if required; terms easy. Address B. W. Tucker, Elizabeth, N. J. For sale?a farm of about one hundbed aires, near New Brunswick, on the Rariian river, with good building* and a line aeleotlon of fruit trees; soil sandy loam; well watered. Terms accommodating. Inquire of WARREN HABDBNBERGH, 58 Wall street. For sale ob exchange?a farm, near kil bourn City, Wisconsin, of 1K0 acres; the best kiad of wheat land. Apply ti W. S. BROWN, 77 Cedar street, rooms 9 and 10. TjlOR BALE, OB EXCHANGE FOB BEAL ESTATE OB r personal property?A new and valuable patent right; also scholarships in the Troy University; also a small travel ling exhibition to let, or for sale cheap, for cash. Apply to J. CLIFT A CO., 77 Cedar street. Fob bale ob to let-three story bbown stone front House, IS Second place, Brooklyn. Contains all the modern improvements. Apply to E. B. KELLOGG, 139 Pearl alreel, New York. Fob 8alb very low-a two story cottage House in good order, with two full lets, situated in 14S<1 street, near Eighth avenue. For particulars apply to JOHN W. EABL, oorner of West Tenth and West street*. TO EXCHANGE FOR IMPROVED CITY OR BROOK lyn property?A Country 8eat on the Hudson, one hour trora the city, with 12 acres. View unsurpassed; garden made, shade, shrubbery, fruit, Ac. Price tltf.UOO. Address box 1,688 Post office. TO OWNERS OF TENEMENT PROPERTY?WANTED to |iurcha<-c, some well located tenant houses, free, lor first class vacant lots, free. Address, with full particulars, box 2,420 Post offloe. OtO AND TERMS EASY FOR A FARM OF 157 acrcs, 21 miles from this city, and near a depot ill New Jeri-ey; one half wood lantl; Is watered by a lake: variety of fruits; bouse, barn; In fence, Ac. Appljr to A. SERGEANT, 15 Wall street d?l O ftfifi WORTH OF LIQUORS OR DRY ClO^DS it)-L^.VfUU wanted?in exchange lor 2e2 acres of Irtntl, on Alleghany river, in Potter county, Pcnn., ou which Is a new Sawml 11. with three upright saws and one cirsular; cost $3,500; on the land IsS.AOOOOi) feat pine Unilier, beside* other timber, worth $1D per 1,000 feet at the mill. Address for two days B . box 115 Herald office. D FOR SALE. A~ BEAUTIFl'L MICROSCOPE MAGNIFYING FIVE HINDBED TIMES, For28ceut* (ailver). Five of dIff. rem power* $1. Mailed free F. L. BOWES, box 220 Boaton I'ont CWH Mu*?. BAR ANDLl'NCHSALOON FOR SALE-VERY i;HEAP; superior locatlou down town, beautifully fitted up; favoruble base: doing irlarge. llrat elats, money uutklug bu ?1UCB8, aud very best rhanc.. to make money ?ately. SOUTHWICKA WOOD. Si Nii?aau klwt._ RUG STORE FOR sale.?WILL BE SOLD LOW for cash, at a great saci itice; doing a full- business; ?i turea In good order. A good pla<e for a physician or for a druggist with small capital; established all >ear?. Apply Id th.' atoi-e, 4<J2 Tetitb aveiiue, near Forty-flrat street. FOR SALE?FOR fl,2?0, PART CASH, BALANCE EAST payments, tbe boat paying Billiard Saloon In thtadiy; cheap !*ni. large, high ball, atreet floor, grand entrance, lo cation near Astor House. F. D. RICHARDSON A CO., 82 and 81 N.nmm atreet FOR 8ALB?AN UPTOWN BAKERY, AND ALL THE Fixtures, Stock, Tools, three llorses, three Wagons, two Sleigha, llarm-as, Ac.; price $1,51)0, with reasonable rent, houae. oakery, stable. Ac. P. D. RICHARDSON A CO., 82and 84 Naaaau atreet. TJ10R SALE-ALL KINDS OP BUSINESS?BCCII AB 1? HoteU. Urocerle*., Bakeries. Ac.; procuring Partnera, obtaining situations, Ac.; and all klnda of Real Ei tate sales and exchange*. Money to loan on good security. P. D. RICHARDSON A CO.. 88 and 84 Naaaan atreet. For rale-a wholesale kerosene, oil. Fluid, Uampbene aad Aloobol Route, for five daya in the week. A Una Wagon. Horse, Harnea*. Wagon Oana, Ac. Inquire at Slmonaon'a grocery autre, 162 First, corner of Tenth atreet. FOB SALB-A SCHOONER; WILL CARRT ISO TONS In 6)f feet water; or will exchange for a amaller one. Inquire at 185 Weat Seventeenth atreet. FOR 8ALE-A FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPHIC OAIr lery, In Brookljn, now doing an excellent buslnea*; mnstbeeold tu consequence of the slckn-asof the proprie tor. Principals address J. M. 8., box 1,730 New York Pott ofllce. _ FOR SALB-A SrLENDID MARKET. FINELT LO cat'-d and now doing a good buaine?a; large (tore and low rent; will be *old very low. Apply to Messrs. PUBDv A ANTHONY. 2J3 Fulton atreet, N. Y. For salb-the best livjuor store in thb Fourteenth ward; rent paid op to the l?t ot August. Inquire In the clothing More. *18 Canal atreet, corner ot Baxter. _ For sale?four tears' lease, fixtures and Furniture or a popular and long eatabl shed Public Houae, lucludlng aplendid y furnlalied lodge rooms on the third floor; a billiard saloon (Mx tables), in perfect order, on second Hour; a large an I elegant barroom, fixture*, alttlng room* and furniture attached, all complete, on the first floor. A choloe stock oi Wince, Liquors, .to. Apply it northeast corner of Twenty-flftb atreet and Eighth avenue. For sale-tiie entire furniture, bedding carpel* Crockery ol a lirat claaa hou?e. Part of said furniture waa made to order by me. Belonging to n party having i;tven up housekeeping, will be sold at a great bar gain For particulars apply to A. ROUX. 471) Broadway. FOR SALE?THE LEASE. good will, stock and Fixture*, everything complete, of two of thevenr best altnated corner Lloiuir Stores In New York. For particulars apply at 574 Grand atreet. FOR SALE-NINETY BRAllUNt} MACHINES, TWO Winding Ma"hln 't and Spoolers, four Power Looms mounted with ja.|uard*, three hand Looms mount, d with jaquards.onc larec turning Latti, and one Urge sited Paper Roller. The above are all complete and at work, at 108 North PI ret atreet, W.illlatnabufg ILiMkiU FuRSAI.E-A TI BI LAR BOILBB, IS BY 3* FBET, with grate l>ar*. satciy valve, gauge cocks, *c., com. plete, In perfect order. Ala.. Force Pump and new Wooden Tank. Ax> reel. 85 Bergeu street, Brooklyn. For sale oheap-the bkst Llyr<J* store in tto Fourth ward. Uomn * largt* wl?ulf?*?ii?? ?i>?l family trade; aveiage teuelpU fWm #20 to dai ly: along leaan at a low rent, must be sold, aa tbo owner!" going West. Apply to TRAVER, 170Chatham atreet, room No. i FOR iALE OR EXCHANGE- A VKltv vAI,rABLE l?aae and Fixtures u. a Saloon In one ol the beat loca tions In the ci v i or n Urge and proiltable business. inquire of I. A. BItiuS 74 N i sau Hreet. HOTEL FOR SALE.?THE PBBUCOTT HOTEL, NO. SO Ea*t Houston alre. l. tiesr Broadway, fir sale on.?a aoaable terma; It Is fumlaliod coinplciely throughout. In In p-rret t order, add n.-ariy tm of i<0?rdera Apply on the pretnlsea. _ T IOUOB STORK FOR SALE?WITH STOCK AND PI* I J tures to ag?o?l cash cuatomer. No agents need apply jfppiy um the premises, US Rightb avenue, lor three day*. r ri POI.sTKUY ANI) FOBNITI'RB STORK-A OOOD U chance lot an eiitrrprlsliig man witli a .trail capital to take an estahllahed com-ern, or to take a pertneiaMp therein. Without humbug, tbe prnmfae Is g. o>l ot >< peimsnent, pay ing busiq-?s The oaly tauae of the -esent p? !'????? r glv. ingupl?aicinese Apply k.J.B B1 OWN <71 ( on ?ven ie. ?ear Fulton, Broofclyu*

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