Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 2, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 2, 1864 Page 3
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mm . ? ^ ^ BXLP WANTBA-HAUC8. W^ANTr1>-A RELIABLE, HONEST BOY ABOUT )? year* old, to run of sirands and assist lending In ft Jewelry store; bo inuet be pleating, leeule wiin *?? psronui lad bring the best of references. Apply at *&_Canal nx. WANTED-AN INTELLIGENT. ACTIVE BOV. IS OR 16jream old, in a tailor store. Apply, with rtfoisncs, at Ho. 3 CUatol Hall, A star place, between 9aml U o'clock title day WANTED?A BO* OF 17 OB 18 YEARS OF AUB. TO learn tbe drug trade. Apply to Gorringe A Ken nedy, corner of Biee. ker st. and Bowery^ WANTBD-A YOUNG MAN TO ACT AS LIGHT FOR tei in a fancy dry good* uouco in New Haven, Conn., aleo a man used to ibe care of horses and to assist In the garden Ac Address. staling references and wages repair ed, E Maiiey. New lla>eii, Couu. WANTED-A FARMER TO TAKE SOLE CHARGR of a farm a few miles from this city, wiib wile to teke charge of tlie dairy; beet ol releience required Apply fbiq day at 23 South ?L, corner office, first floor. Wanted?a boy, to go a short distance in tbe country, one able to take care of a horse may arply from 10 tu 12 A. M., at the nautical store, til South st. Wanted?a stout, intelligent man, as as eistant not ter, licet references required. Address box 1,91)7 I'ost office. Wanted?a young man, who thoroughly uuderalanda the retail paper hanging and window abade business, Address box 1.1-0/ rost uittee. WANTED-A SMART. AOTVB MAN. AS ASSISTANT head waiter, at Taylor's Saloon, corner of Broadway and Franklin St. Apply from 9 till 11 A. M. WANTED-A MAN TOwWORK A SMALL FARM. AND part of the time at oilier employment. Apply at 37 Charles st , after 6 o'clock in the evening. WANTED-AN OFFICE BOY, WHO IS WELL RE comtnendod. One from Williamsburg preferred. In quire at 441! Pearl street WANTED IMMEDIATELY?TWO WAITERS FOR AN lee cream saloon and restaurant. Tlio o who speak French will be preferred. Inquire at "27 tith a?, corner of 15th st ?ri7ANTED-A BOY 14 OR 15 YEARS OF AGE. TO AT ft tend a fruit store. Must bring good references, and reside in the neighborhood. Call to-day or to-uionow, (Sua da; ), irom 9 to 11 A. M., at 798 Cth av . near 40th st. WANTED-A BOY, FOURTEEN TO SIXTEEN TEARS ol a^c. to make himself generally useful in an ollice; ?alary $i(XI. Address box 2.32'J New York Post ollice. TKT ANTED? A YOL'NG MAN. TO ATTEND AN OFFICE, Y,T who is willing to make himself useful and can write n fa>r hand; with a knowledge of the Glass bu iness prefer red; wages moderate; reference required. Address, In own hand writing, with wages expected, Ac., box 3,952 New York Post ollice. WANTED?A YOUNG MAN, TO TAKE TARE OF A horse ami cow, who understands a little plain garden ing; wage* $15 per mouth, with b ar<l and washing. Apply at 221 West 2*th st., between 8th and 9th avs. WANTED-MEN FOR HBBIMO, MERCHANT AND 'whaling voyages. Conk, steward, carpenter and cooper wanted. Good nay and outtit lound. RANDALL A COURT NE Y, corner of Chamber mid West Kreite, up stairs. WANTED-A GENTLEMAN WliO HAS A LARGE Western acquaintance, with his evenings unemployed, for wb!i:ii a reasonable compensation willbegiven, Ad dress, with real name, box 5,001 l'ost office, slating where an Interview may be baa. ANTED?TWO HALL BOYS. CALL EARLY AT (J I raid House. w WANTED?AN ERRAND HOY, FROM 10 TO 14 years of age. Apply at 117 10th St. B.ovooi t place, for two days, from 4 to 6 r. M. WANTED-A BOY TO ANSWER BELLS, AT THE VY "Irving House," Broadway and 12th st. WANTBD-A SMART YOUNG MAN OR ROY TO open oysters and wait on tables in a restaurant. Goo.* wages t? a steady person. Apply at the 8t, MMolw Rettaaraut, corner of Broadway and Spring st. WANTED-COFFEE PACKERS, WHO CAN PACK COOee in good order. Apply at 509 West lOth st, near 10th av. WANTEO-FOR SHORT WHALING VOYAGRS, TO lludS'in Bay, twenty young men, and coopers, carpen ters and blacksmiths. Apply at 57 West street, corner of Reetor, to D. L. PEARL. WANTED?A STABLEMAN; HE MUST BR STRICTLY temperate and not afraid or work; wages $10 per week Apply at 121 Amity st.. between 1, ami 12 o'clock. WANTED-A WELL recommended SALESMAN, in a wholesale and tetall Broadway bus ness; one who It acquainted with the furniture and mattress business preferred. Call at 30 Murray St., third iloor. WANTED?one OR TWO 8MART ACTIVB HOYS IN a dry goods store; thoae who will prove efficient wfll have permanent situations. Apply to B. J. Median, -57 let are. WANTFD-A YOUNG MAN. TO FREEZB #RE.\M and make himself generally useful. Apply at 9.2 Broadway. WANTED-A YOUNG MAN, 18 OR 17 YEARS old. who understands ilio newspaper business. He .-, ill have a chance to learn the bo<>k business Fair wages given. Reference required. Inquire at 158 Centre st. corner or Canal St., in the bookstore. WANTED-A SMART, INTELLIGENT AMERICAN boy, in a dry goods jobbing house. None but those Uvlnj with their parents need address, in own handwriting, box $587 Poft office. WANTED?A RELIABLE AND GENTEEL LAD. about 16 or 17 years of age. In a wholesale coal ollice. Must have good reference as to nonestv and reside with his pareuta. Apply at 111 Broadway, room 37. W' ANTfitf?iVl A COMMISSION nOUSE. A SMART boy, about 16 yea:e of age. and acquainted with Cus. torn House business. Addtess in handwriting of applicant, box 721 New York l'oet office. WANTED?AN ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER; A GOOD accountant, quick at figures and csnable of keeping hooks by double entry. Apply immediately by letter, to box 380 Post office. WANTED?A MIDDLR AO ED MAN TO ATTEND oat mom. Apiny with good city reference, *t Howard Hotel, Broadway, corner Maiden lane. WANTED-A YOUNG MAS TO take CHARGE OK A ?mail farm near the city, one who can do plain gar Aentng and take care uf a cow and horse. Hoc need anply ?mlra* willing to make themselves useiuL Addrets Farm, Herald office. Xtf ANTED?A YOUNG MAN TO ATTEND BAK. IN. TT quire at the corner ol ?>th *t. and 2d av. inn mechanics AND laborers WANTED ll/U Good wane* and cou?tant employment given Apply at No. 43) Broadway, N. Y., second lluor. " HELP WANTED-KK MAL.KS. MIDDLE ACED WOMAN WANTED-TO TAKB charge of an office; n>n*t know how to read and under stand tigure* AI so a small boy wanted. Both mist he well ncWBBlOndcd. Apply at 'SS South it., near Fe?k Klip fOWELL . LOSKAMP, I ntted State* flag depot. Aix cooes are respectfully invited to at tend a meeting at Cooper Instl'ute, room 18. on Mon day eveiiinApril 4, at )jj* o'clock, as business of im port an >e will be transacted. Ah good plain cook, washer and ironer wanted?To ll>e with a laiolly in South Brooklyn. Oood wage* to oua understanding her business and not afraid of work Apply at tW W est > ., N Y. AH WIT NURSE WANTED-TO take a child to her home. Inquire at SU flth av. Am XX GOOD servants in want of excellent situation* are Invited to rail at the New Employment Office, SIB Fulton av, near Elliott place Brooklyn. Fifty vacancies now ready. No charge till engaged. BoNNKT FRAME MAKERS^-M' GOOD hands ('AN ? find steady employnieut at 70 rent* per dozen. Work given out. Apply to George A. Coi. Leonard at., N Y. riOOK WANTED.-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN. WHO \J u a good rook, la wanted for three mouth*, at 161 West 14th st Uood reierences required. (lOLOftBD COOK WANTED.-TO ONF. FULLY OOM J petent, with the beet city refeiances, liberal wage* will be given. Apply at 90 Weet 17th st, between 9 and 12 o'clock CLOAK AND MANTILLA MAKERS WANTED IMMb' dlauly.?(Ilrla who underatand thair business will get good pay and steady employment. Apply to Arnold, Con ?table A Co.. corner of Canal and Mercer eta. Entrance to work room 4T Howard at. CHAMBERMAIDS WANTED.-ArPLY AT PIERRE | pont House, Brooklyn. JtBMALBS WANTED?AS WEAVERS, IN A COTTON 1 mill, at a pleasant village near Hartford. Conn. Fami lies or aingle hands; females preferied. Good tenements, with gardens, at low rent* Apply to W. Willard, 170 Wash tngton st. GIBLH WANTRD-NEXT 'MONDAY. APRIL 4, FOR the beet situations in any of the different kinds of koasework they wish. J'U es plenty: wages good. Come to the Larite Employment Houee, ISM 1th it, comer tfth av. G~~ OOD SKIRT HANDS ARE WANTBD-AT Orand et., ne*t to Allen ?t. . T ACN DRESS WAN1RD ? ONE WHO CAN BRING JU saUsfa' tory references may ipply at lit Mb av. Milliner.-$io to *12 per week, steady cm ployment given Address box Tost ol <-e MILLINRR -$lft TO $18 PER WEEK. AND STEADY employment, for a person eipsrlenced in and accus tomed to first class work. Address boi 2,367 Post office. VfILL!NERY SALESWOMAN WANTED?IN A MIL if! linery store. Apply to Mine. Falconl, 22S 6th av. SHIRT HANDS WANTED-THOSE WHO UNDCR stand finishinj fine work, to work In the ehop. at Union Adams', No. #37 Broadway. WBT NURSH.?WANTRD. A YOUNG, HEALTHY WO man, with a fresh breast of milk. Oood city reference fw-i'ilred. Apply at 8? Summit st., Brooklyn. WKT KURSB -WANTED, A IBALTIlt WOMAN, with a rn-ahbres't of milk: must eon.e well reonml mended. Apply at 109? Union st corner or State, Brooklyn. WAITER CURLS WANTED.?ATPLY AT PIERRB pont House, Brooklyn. WANTED?OIRLS. To PACE TOBACCO. IlI^PLY aT X9 We tar St WANTED?10 Oft 12 DRESSMAKERS; MONE BUT good hands. Also 3 apprentices. Apply at M Bleecker st, up stairs. WANTEP-A WET NURSE, WITH A FRRH1I breast of milk City reference required Apply at IH7 Clin ton street, Brooklyn, sscond house from Baltk) street W^NTED?A PROTRSTANT GIRL, AS SEAMSTRESS snd chambermaid: must have a knowlsdge or dress maklnr; ?it? reference repaired. Apply for three day* at 121 West 4?d st, between 8 aud 10 o'clock A. M. WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED, careful AND IN. Militant child's nurse; one who can come well recom mended will find a good situation and good wages. Apply (t M tth av. . WANTKP-A OOOD COOK, WASIIEIt AND IKONKIl: willing andohlluing! wnges $8 Also a ? hAmlo rmniil and waliresx. wag s $7. Aoply, with fffsresc*. at W West MM* HELP WANTED-FEMALES. WANTED?A FIRST EATB t GOK. WASHKR AND ironei Good reference* a* to e pabillty and char tcMi iequired. Apply at No. 7 1 i.irepont ?i , Brooklyn, between 9 a ad 12 A M. WANTED-A FIRST CLASS Mil.LIN BR AND TRIM mer. Apply to Win. Churtli, 29? Bleecker it. WANTED?A GIRL FOR OKNERAL HOUSEWORK ; A Hood wulicr and iroiiei, Ca)I fti 355 West S6th WANTED?TWO OR THREE OIRLB. TO ftrORK ON dresse*. A no one to operate on ? Wheeler A Wdaon machine. Call at 22# West 81st at. WANTED?A GIRL, TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK and to took, a Geirnau woman preferred; hig e>t wa?e* given to a competent peiaou. Cal. Id Lesiogtou av., r third door above 64th at Wanied?a womjCn as COOK and to ASSIST hi the geueral housework of a small family, Apply at 296 6th av. WANTED-A CHAMBERMAID AND LAI'NI>RE.V8. Apply at No. bi living plate, between tbe i.eur* of 10 and 1 WANTED-A GIRL, WHO UNDERSTANDS MOUNT Id* photograph*, at 5)4 Broadway, up stairs WANTED?A GIRL '10 DO TllE GENERAL HOUSE worK of a luiall family. In Yorkvllle, must be agood washer and ironrr ana iimicrataud pla.u co /king. Api-y at the corner of 92d st. and 4th av. WANTED?FOR A SMALL FAMILY. THREE SF.R \anta. a seamstress, a ehambermaul .nd waitress, an<1 a cook, to help with the washing ami ironing. all at 378 litii ate. "IITANTBD?A SUPERIOR GIRL AS COOK, WASHER tt and lruB>T, n a private family. Apply at C3 First place. Brooklyn. TXT ANTED?A FIRST CLASH TOOK; ONE WHO IS TT willing to do the co iktu; of a emu 1 pi.vale boarding bonne, good reference* expected.# Apply at lI9Wa?eiey place. WAN TED-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A PROFESSED German rook; aiie is required to know Iter business to all lta brunches aud to produce the beat of city reference* from her last place. A lnroas. staling where an interview tan be hud. Cook. b >x '911 Herald olliee. WANTED-A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS Willi the best of citi reference*. None oilier need apply. Address Laundress, Herald olUce. TVANTED-AN EXPERIENCED LAUNDRESS; SHE ?T must understand'lutlm; and do ehiimberworK. Apply at No 2 Weft 10th at.. between 12 and L' o'clock. Wf AN TED- A PROTESTANT WOMAN AS NOBSB TT and sean atress. Apply between b and 10 to day and Monday at 40 West '(2d at. tl,'ANTED?A PROTESTANT GIRL. FOR GENERAL TT homework. Apply, with city reference, after in A. M., at 36 Irving place. WANTED?A WOMAN. TO COOK, WASH AND IRON, at 140 Lafayette av., corner Carlton av., Brooklyn. Gooil wages ||TU, WANTED?A FIRST RATE COOK, WASHER AND Ironer; wages ?10 per month. Apply a'. 74 Crosby at WTANTED?A FIRST CLASS COOK, EITHER AME VV rlcan or English; *ho mw?t understand all kinds of cooking. Al-o a middle aired houimi, an seamstress; reie renco required Aj>p'y at 141 East 8th at., between Broad way and 4tli av. Y\' ANTED?A CHAMBERMAID AND WAITRESS. ONE *T who understand* nne washing preferred. Rest ' ity rel'eiences required. Call at 14i East iltii at., between 10 and 1. SITUATIONS WAirrBD-HALBI. A TOUNG GERMAN, WHO TALKS AND WRITES p.is>ab'y Lu^lisb auil umUra and* commercial Gust ne??, wan a .< sit a1 on as b. kK-?*i it or cierk In any com mercial biancb. A?'d.e*t> b W Herald olliee \ YOUN<; MAN WISHES TO FURM THE \Cgi'AINT jL\ ance of a house iinp"i tlnir or manufacturing iirtllicial flowers, for ibe purpose of poddling for the same at Ilia on u account. Address F. (J. M., Herald (lice. A YOUNG MAN FROM THE COUNTRY DESIRES A situation in sonw wholesale house or olliee where he can rse in tbo business; ha* been wiitiiiK in an oflice iu the country for tlnee year* pait. and ? an tlve the be -t of refe ren e*. Address C. W, A., Herald olllee. AORADUATE OF EASTMAN'S NATIONAL BUS1 neu College, with a thorough knowledge of bonkkcep. lu.' In ail It* branches, wi.-hes a situation in some, w holesale house in thl* city. Can give the best of reference*. Ad dress Books, Union square 1'oat oitiee, A YOUNG MAN. THOROUGHLY COMPETENT. WITH good references, wishes a situation as bookkeeper or as sistant bookkeeper; is a good aalcamau. aud ? ould be willing to make blmac r useful Address R. F. R , Herald office. (10ACIIMAN?SITI ATION WANTED, HY A SOBER. J atcaily, unmarried man Oo<'d reference* from last place. Address Frank, box 4.018 Post oflice. THE ADVERTISER. WHO W AS FOR ? TEAB8 TEL. let- in one ol the largest txint.a in Boston, to w'uich he 1* permitted to refer, as t > character and capacity. I ar been 4 years In the eltv, and can ifivc rood n-fer^n'-es here, i* <le sirous of making an, i ng- genient nheie hi* services would rccelvo a moderate orapensation. Address T . Herald oilier. TO GROCERS-A Vol XU .MAN. WHO HAS A CON nectlon amonn letall crecets and bakers In Brooklyn and neighborinc cities Is open to an engagement with a g-n eral grocery liou^e as outdoor salesman, on co .milsaion Address W J. Williams, No. 9 Washlnx'on av., South Bcr Ct9. N. J. TO DENTISTS.?A GRADUATE OF THE PENNSYL College of Dental Surgery wiahe* a situation as Aa-isl ant Dentist. Address H. U., iiin ? Sing, N. Y. TO THE MERi HANTS OF NEW YORK ?A 8ITUA tion wanted, foi an hunesi ami Industrious man. who has served two years ns a sergennt in the Ninth regiment, Zouaves, and was s.-verely wounded at Antieiam, but is now au lidantly recorerod to aerve aaeral?'h;)i?n ftf somethiog . f the *orl. where labor Is gj; r^ntrM. Best of mreren. e UilR-nnen. AildreA Lieutenant Colonel E, Jardir.e. St. uermaln Hotel, N. Y. Wanted?a situation as foreman im a spick tailor or an shipping clerk, bv one who is a. <iuainted with the business; good reference siren. Ail.ires* II. J., Herald office. ?\T7\ANTED-A SITUATION, IN AN EXCHANGE BRO V? ker a once or commerce! ho .??, by* >ouqk men, who understand* accounts and apeaks 1'r-o' u and Or 'man, Address M. H..-.box 148 Herald fll-c. FUK.VCH AUVJtKTIS&MKM'#, ON DEMANDE UNK BONNE DENFANTS Ql'T S\TT con .re. S adiesscr au .3 West 20th at , eutie di* henre* et mid I. UN FR.VNCA1S DB 27 ANS. PARLaNT L AN 01.A18. avoir do bonne* re om > andatlons. desire tn>*tver tin emploi dan-t une inuisi.n dp rwnm?iiT oil dans nne famine prlvee ponr Instrulre de? jetui'? c?n >. S'.-uieas^r an 4'2 lieme ar., ler efage. POLITICAL*. POLITICAL NoTICB CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION OF TUB FIFTEENTH WARD Trerldrnt-JAMhS IIKOWN. Vice Presidents, WILLIS BI.ACKhTONK, Ph. A. UBdCUEIDT, JOHN T. JOHNSTON, JOHN C. OKEliN. Ueirctaij?f* WEIR RuOSr.\I.Lf, S<l Fas! Twelfth *tre<v. Thle Association 1 as o?ei> otv..ni/i- i and the above o'llcera elected ? iti/.ensot the ward iu favor ot au houe?i a id eco nomical eltf government, direopective of paitv, are cordially invited to join tbe Association. DAJVCING ACADEMIES. Mai?a>! sai VAGBAU 13 LBftOI PI?A< r. HBCJS TO inform her patrons an l the piblic iliat ?lie will give a Orand Ball this even.ir.'. a* tf.e last for titia ?ra< >n. Laoica are resfevlfult) .av.t?d to attend. WATCHES, JEWE^HT, AC. GIOOOIN'S CELKHRATED IRISH BO<i OAK. t'OKAL, T Hair, Real Jet, Cnt Steel, l arved Iroiy sa l India Run. bar (Prize Me lal) Jfcuelry. 7.1 Broadway, New York; 74 Grafton street, Dublin. Large diamonds.??-ompetition defied in the very high prices paid bv the subscriber for stone* of superlatively One .jualite H W PLUMB, lnamnd Broker. S12 Broadway. OOice ho ira, nine l111 ten and two till three only. w ATCHES AND JEWELRY, ALL DE80RIP1 IONS, For s*ie bv GBOKGB C. ALLEN. 415 Broadwav, on* door below Canal street?formei y II Wall a:reel. FURNITURE. Alabub lot or FIRMTURE wanted-ant family wishing to dispose *f their furniture, in whol* ?r part, can And * caeh buyer by calling on or addretslng R Field, 439 Pe*rl street. M. V. An blegant assortment OF PARLOR, CHAM her and Dining Room Furniture for ?*le *t * eacrlTce ? The subscriber wilt aell in lots to toll purchasers all the Fur nltur* contalned^ln hla restdnnre. il:t Weat Twenty third atreet, near Sisfh aienuc, Piauotorie, 1'alniinga. Parlor Hum, Elagetea. Mirrors^tc. M MIDDLETON FURWTUBE. carpets. books PAMPHLETS and Libraries bought lor cash, at 12ft Si Oh avenue. betw*eu Ninth and Tenth streets. A large stock of Books always for sale." ' fPURNWUM-A RESPONSIBLE PARTY WISHES P Furniture, paymenia monthly in advance; will not ob ject to hire or purchase. Ad 1 eat immediately J Baiton. station D. B1URNITURE WANTED ?ANY ONE HAVING L \ROB or small lots *f second hand Furnllur*. Carpels, Ac , to dispose of at ? f*lr price, will find a cash customer by addressing West, Herald office. COAL. \ Fresh minbd coal-just received and for s*ie from h ata and yards at tbe lowest matBet price, delivered In prime order. JOOK BAC.LEY, Nor S and to Oak street, <l!7 -f^PBR ?ON?RED and WHITB ash COAL, ?PI ? ?U screened and delivered. I rem under oover, as fu|. lows ?Store Ens nod Furnace, SO; large Nnl, $7 aj. Apmy at 140 Waverley place, near Sixth avenue, 343 Bow ery, corner?f T' ... and ^ r, ^ ~ FINE ARTS. SSPLENDID PAINTING FOR SALB.-thr LIFB SUB Picture of Daimii or. the Shower of God, painted In rla, for Lnula Philippe, at an enormous *spense. Apply ?I I US Wlll|*m street. Price |2,000 N|WNPAPERik ~ T?UR0PRAI? INTnLIGRNCB OF THB HIGHEST fN J J terest respecting the course at alfalra, now so Important tobuslnMe men, will l? found In the Cornapondsnce of the NEW NATION, or THIS OAT. ?PORTIVO. Dogs for bale-Newfoundlands, bum. ter rlera, blar* and t*n Terriers, Hrntrb Terr'era mi.l Hi, >o Tprniri; a | nir. f imall blucfc and tan Tertk?r?i not pk1* filing fiTO POuitdff; All of thi* LMirntl bmril nnd j,ooii ntuor* JOHN GRAY, Ji liouKrcitauecl. Uist flovr. w FINANCIAL*. JUGS' GOLD COMPANY MI N 1.8 BRKHlfl AND ORKUOBY LOOM. filLPIN COL'NTY, COLORADO. k CAPITAL, MIOCO HIIAREB, 9 K)0 K AC II. TRUSTEES. 3 SM11 U BRIOOH, Colorado? GKO M. Pl'Ll.M AN, Chicago. ANTHONY ARNOl'X. New York. HENRY COGOILL, New Y< rk R < ORNKLIj WHITE. New York. C 0 ALOEH. Hudson, N. Y WM. 0 ANGBIX. PmvUcuc*, R J. President?J. SMITH BrTTiTr Treasurer?WALTER B L A WTON. Keiretai y?.D IdrTLK.OHN Coi.nse'?J. 8. WOODWARD Milling flupeilntsndent?OH ARI.B8 R BRIOOfl. OKKICE. 26 CLIFF STREET, NEW YORK. Bank shares wanted-amrrican exciianob, Atlantic, City, Continental. Merch. nta' Exchange, Na ticcal. Nu Hi A mar lean. nb'>e unit Leather. JO?!N b MUBUAY A CO II Broad street. (M1EM1CAL Ba.NK.-NEW *ORK, MARCH 21. 186?. j ELECTION. ?The stockholders of this t.ank aie hereby no'.iiad that ti.e annual electiou for Directors ami for lu speUors at the next soeeeeiltiifi election, will be held .it the or Banking House, on Monday. the 4tn day of April neat, be T- ' ? p M WILLIAMS, Cashier. meen tie hour* of I an! 2 oVloclu P M O O. CHICAGO AND RO'IK .SLANl) KAlLROAD COM HA n.v.?A se in I annual dividend of ihiec per <ent on the , vupitai ktock or thin ^ mcanv anfl ti>e i'nited States govern* ment tax ou the name, a an declared laval.le at the of . flcoof ihc couipmv, In the city of New York, on and after | the 11 ih day ol April next, to the stockholder* or their 1?k?I | representatives who "ha 1 be registered at such on the cli.s | nig of the books ol the company on the I at day of April nmx. Hie ranster books will be closed on Hie afternoon of Friday, the 1st .lay of April, and reopi ued ?>u Saturday. the nth day of April prox. KRANC18 H. TOWS, Sec'y. Ni.w Yokk, Mar ii 2", J-.tX. FfilKST NATIONAL BAMK OK NI5W YORK, 1 NO 4 WALL STREET, Dergnalcd Depository and Flsal Agent of the United States. NATIONAL 10.40 FIVE PBR CENT LOAN. By Instructions trom tho Sectary of the Treasury, dated March 88, 1804, this bank will receive Kiihserlptlons for tho national 10.4> five tier . e.it ,oan, in > oupon b.inda or rents tcred certificates, redeemable after trn and paia'le forty years from date, in coin, and will allow to tanks, bankers and brokers the usual commission of one eighth < f one per cent. This loan bears gold Interest, payable semiannually, on coupon mid registered bonds of JjOOand over, and annually on bon is of the denomination of $90 and $|IM) 111 subscribing, parties are required to pay the accrued In terest from the 1st of March to the d^ty or subscription, in coin or in currency aditinsr .'iti per cent premium. The interest 011 this loan la payable on the first days of March nnd September in each year. I'he eeini annual coupons are payable at tliose dntes. anil the annual e >upons 011 the $Mt and $li 0 bonds are payable 011 the 1st of March The Secretary of the Treasury closes bis instructions in the following words ? On the above, terms the First National Bank of the city of N-w York, of which you are President. Is authorized to receive subscriptions to the national in.4' 1 loan, and it is hoped that its exertions?on th most cnergetic and active employment of which great reliance is pl.ved?will beat tended with complete success. Very respectfully, 8. I* CHASE, Secretary or tho Treasury. To 8. C. Thompson, Esq., President. The coupou bonds will be ready for delivery early in April, end registered bonds abo.it the first of May. Remittance* may he made in legal tender notes, national bank notes, or in drafts, Ac , p.ir In this city, addressed JAME8 CURPHEY, Cssliier. First National Bank, New York. Sew York. March 28. l.vC4. G OVBRNMRNT TBN FORTY LOAN. Subscriber* to this loan through us will receive ONB-K10liTll PICK CENT COMMISSION. JOHN B. Ml'BHAY A CO., Bankers and.Share Brokers, No. II Broad street. GARRISONS' Ml NINO COMPANY. OKKICE NO. 29 WILLIAM STREET. Piesirtent. ANTHONY J. THOMAS, Esq. 8ecr> tary. C. G. M K A 8 B, Esq. Treasurer. WILLIAM 8. TOOLE, Esq. 1 m/si 1 kh. Wui. S. 1'oOle. Esq , of Wm. S. Toole A <"o., 17H Fulton St. Antl r, v J. Ti.oiiias Kb,., 01 I'olrler .? Co., 3J Broad st. .1. II.-wkiin Black, Esq.. .1' William street. Jo" jili P* ltuiati, Es |., of Joseph B.iehu an, 11C Pearl si. Edwurt! Wolfaobn, of J. Wolfsohn|t Co., 2ffCedat street. Eugene Thorn. Esq , N". H We^ Sixteenth street, Jol>u H. Stevens. Esq.. 67 Wall street. CAi'ITAL $1011,1100?SHARES OK $5(10 EACH. Suoaoription Book< for this Stock, at no per ceut, will be opcuei 11 our oflice this ilay. April 2, IS A. van SIfAICK A MAS8ETT. No. lit William street. GCNNELL GOLD ICOMPAMY, t'Al'lTAL HOD.000 SHAKES. NOMINAL PAR $li\ Issued tor the purehasi; of mining claims and|property in Colorado, on the well known O lunell lode. Trustees. A W MORSF. of M irse. A C?. KRED. C. QEBHARD of schuchardt A Oebliard. HENRY MORGAN, of Matthew M rgan'a Soni. WILLI AM HKLL, of Abr ham Bell's Sous J. I'. <3IRA1'D FOSTER, of Foster A Thomson. ? President, A W. MORSE. Treasurer. F. C. GBHHARD. Ban! era, Metars 8CHIXH\RDT A GKB1IARD. Counsel. T. O. T. HU( KLKY rOSTKR A THOMSON. Now York, Subs ripilDii 1 ojks for a limited number of shaies have noiv been ojieiieil and will close on the Sth "f April, when the shares will b? allotted at the oilice of the subscription agenta. MORSE A CO., ?4 Willi nu street. CNVTTBNHRRG FERRY COMPANY.-IT WAS HE T e la red at the meeting >>f the shareholders of th# above rompany. which took plaee Kei'rnnrv 21 IS1! . that on Ma> 1, lest, the company wo .1,1 dUsom>. and thai all abaias which tip to that date, had no' eeti pre-?n ? 1 lor pay tnent, tvo'tld noi bi- acknowleduej Snares pt, d >r D. i TR1L Secretary, W Marray street H* ANHIHAI. AND ST. ios1.PH RAILROVD < omi'A , iiv.?'The coupon* of th'- new and bouda of the llnnm bal una St. .)o?'ph r.v. oaii I'ompiajr, ??? iu?t uroxtmn. will bo paid on and after that day. on pr<".< ntu: m ..tour otTloe. dl'ncan, 8J<KRMaN V CO. nut Yorit, mar 'i n, l8gt. JOHN B. Ml rray * co.. bankers a.\d shark broker*. 11 B. ail atreet, n u- Wall. now vo k But aud wii shut'?? Kondaand <loM on ? >.?mi??lon, AT the rp.flt'r.AR t\l) pvbltc boards MININO 8to< Ks'-^ WELL ah ALL OTHER KINDS of nrrnrltlca b<>:,..v.t and *iMd *t a!! the Sto* It Rourda la New York. h.? P. Ac.,or c'.her* lae on commltvun, by ALBERT H. nk'OLAY, na. 62 William =t. N'kw YORK AND NEW iia'T.N RAILROVD i'OM psny, oirnrr Fourth avpn ? an 1 Twen'.vac citih ttrfrt?Tr*>a?tirer'a " ' Mar.hsl, sit.?The interest on the mourns* Bon J- "f :lila Company, due April 1, 18 ?, will be ; ?id ou an i t.-r 'hat d ite n.i preientation and - .r rentier of the cvpo ;? at tllla o(hi*e or at the Hank o ' 9 Republic. W. dement Treas rcr. OFFICE ok THE sf mciiola- INSURANTS com. patiy, No. i8<i Hroalwar New ynilt March 11. l^lt.? b.ectlon.?Ad election for dire-", n of thie company, and fi.r ins)n ctor? ol the n?x' el*rii n. will he held at ilu?o <?* nn tn-adar, April 13. i?it bewoen the tio'ira of 10 and 12 o clock A. m. By order of tl.e board JOHN j sk4rjnh Secretary. Subscription books to k limited number of abarea of tbf Unnnell Oold company -ie now open at o-ir o.l.ce. P.u?rac'Dtalning ibe report of fiw Johu Porter, ahow Ins trie enormous rattle of tin- property. <an be ha 1 on ap plication to ua. mobhe a CO.. :i W . am alreet. Stocks.?parties who lost on harlbm week, ran hear of aomethioa 'o the;r adranta**, !>y ad dreaalng (appointing and inter* lew; E. f 0., Herald oflice. LOAN $2.000000 or T?a COUNTY of~nhw YORK. PROPOSALS for f2,doiu*ijb SOLDIERS BOUNTY ri Kd"~HONDS, Sealed propoaata will be receiead at the Comptro'ler'a oiB.e until Saturday, Apill 2. 1a84, at two i'elock P m. when the aame will be publicly opeaed, for ibe pirchaae of the whola or any part of the rim of Two Million Dollar* of the 'Soldier*' Bounty Fund Honda,'' a ithorired by an ?ot ? 9 of the Legialature of tbe State of New York, ratted Feb mary 9,19w, an l by aa ordinance if tht Board of Super riior* of tha County of New Yoik, patted March 19,19m. The Mid bond* will bear intereat at tha rate of ail per tent par \nnunt, payable aemt-annuaUy on lie Ut day of May and November in eaoh year, and tha principal will ha redeemable In *?cc#?aive annual initAlmenn of (ire hun dred thouiaud dnllari aaoh. commencing on the lit day of November. 1887. The propoeala will etata the amount of benda detire i and the prlea per one hundred doilara thereof; ant uraona who?e proposal* are accepted will thereupon be required to depoelt with tha Conntf Treaaurar 'ha rim awarded to tbam reap actively, On preNntlng to tha Comptroller tha raoalpta of tha County Treaaurar for auch l^poeita, the parties will be en titled to recatra Bonda foreqaal amooata of tha par value of tha anma awarded to them, bearing lnleraat from Ihe date of paymenta. Eaoh propoatiion ahaald be eealed and endoreed "Pro. poaala for Soldlara' Bounty Fund Bond*." sail enclowd la a eeeond envelope, addraaaed to the Comptroller. Tha light la reaerred to reject any or all of the bide, If canildered neoeeeary to protrofor promote the latereite of h county, MATTHEW T. BR HUMAN, comptroller. Cut or Nair Ton*?DaraetnaiiT or fiwat. k, ) coai taoi.i.ta'e Omr% i m?r?k4<,im* i riNANCIUi. fjniB consolidated grbuory compant. rR>Mb?HT. ELISHA biggs. Td^TKFU. . KLISH/V RIOO*. KoBKKT l>. CULLRM, < iuklem h moork, I'ril'KK MARIE. JAMFH K I,YON, THOMAS DENNY. J?. J. P GIKAUD PoSTHR. Capital M) >10" shares or $li)U em h. Books of iuba> rlpuon for litis stink, at 40 per ccnt ssill be opened at our mtue tin* dur JEHOME RIOOM S CO . 4# E?? bange 1 lace. Mam'ii 31, 1W4 rpENTH NATIONAL HANK. NO. 240 HHOADWAV. CAP! I Ah ONE MILLION DOLLARS. DIKI-1 ToRH J T. SANGER .r rmeHjOlWin.il Cary A Cc E L KaNCIIEK .... Na 22'.) Bioadsray. JOHN ELLIOT . . Of Kkce A Co Wall slrreL LEWIS EINSTEIN ..Of Lewis Binateia A Co JOHN FALCONER . Of 8eam !>???<'lot! uu Baout'i 'o IIRXRY J BAKER .. Of II ' Bak*r ,* Brother ALBERT <1. LKi Of Coffin. Leo A ?'<?. 1). L. ROSS Of Re" Dempster A < o. D. I.. ROSS, 1 resideuL J. II. Rtopt. Oasbler. ? UNION DIMR SAVINGS BANK, 427 ami 42*J < jnnl street. corner of Vaiick. ASSETS f I ITS.ISO l'3. Open daily from 10 A. M. ti>2 and IrontA to7 P M. ?n per cent itit' iesl paiil on sum* of f5 (l and under, and percent on larger aunts. Money deposited 00 or be'oee tpill I'll % ll bear interest from April L K. V. II AUo ll WOUT. G. S. Cil'l'IN, Secretory. President WANTED?57 0<>0 AT SIX PER CENT ON KIRST moiKa^e, tor a term of years. on yood property in Willlam?t>iir:r. to taH.o up aarioil* bank mortgage. AH 01 iwnses not to exceed one par cent. Addreas, for uiree da>a, 0. C Cv Herald ofll'Hj. (Z. AAA WANTED?ON HON!) AND MORTGAGE, on norne or the beat Prouer'y in Flushing. L. I? valued at $36.iHX). Would be taken In h ihh o' $'>.010 each. A* ply immediately to JOHN F. RAKER. 170 Broad way. MORTGAGE RAILROAD Ohio and Tor i, lie dul'or. Pei'Usp* (b 1 1h the bent managed railroad In America, SOUTIIWlCIv A WOOD 18 Pine Street. ? I n MIW1 or FIRST MORTGAG "y x''-' '' Bonds of th" tincinniit . < month Railioad for sale at ten ?'tit on 'lie LOAM OFFICES. AT 77.?MONEY LIBERALLY ADVANCED AT 77, ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ac. - AT J7 PAW NBROKERS' 't'lV'KETS WAN TED AT 77 Of Diamon Is. Watches, lewelry, Ac., and more paid tlian ran lie obtained at auv olh *r plactitl tbe city, by applying at 77 Bleeder street, up stairs. At m> nassai' street, room no 2, the high est prici (are paid for lnoso or ?et Diamonds. Watohea ,Hid lewelry of every description. Alio, the most liberal advances made m> oonaign uen's of the atiove article*, by A. HONIO MAN . Diamond Broker. Advances made on watches, diamonds. Jewelry, Dry Goods anil Personal l'ro|? rty of every inscription, or 'lie ?ame lion lit and sod, by J. A. JACK* BON, Broker and Corn mission Merekant, 111 Grand street, two doors ?M*t o( Broadway. A T 212 BROADWAY-ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, A Plate. Jewels Optica' Instrument*. ,vc., Hie most liberal advances uiurio. or the same boiinlit at their nunost 3,ish valiio, at Ills private rooms. Tlikcison Diamonds Watches. Ac., houuht. .1 11 BARRINGER, 212 Broadway, room 13. corner ol Fnlton street. AQQ MtOADWAY.?HIGHEST PRICES LOANED fOJ ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS JEWELRY AO. Room No. 2 Commissi'mi .Merchants Room No. 2 4S2 Broadway Pawnbroker's Tickets wanted. 4*2 Broadway. THE LECTVUE SEASON. IMPORTANT LECTURES DAILY, FOR GENTLEMEN only, at the New York Museum ol Anatomy, til* Broad wav. r;irtii ? unable to attend tbese lecture* c m have ihem forwarded on receipt of ten i ents by addiessing Ke> retary of the New York Museum of Anatomy. DRY GOODS. CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. Business Coats. Kngliah and other stales $8 to 910 Block Fro ks 5 to 20 overcoats, Knqulmaux, Caster and Melton ... 5 to 20 Pan's. Casftlmere 3 to 7 Pants. Satinet 2 to 3 Pants, black Dorskin. One ? to ti Vesta, rarle.y 1 to i Boys' Suits .... 8 to 6 GEO. LM iK,>-'7 Bioome street, near Broftdnsy. FRENCH DRESSMAKING. PLAIN DRESSES. $4. MADAME BBN EDICT'S MILLINERY ROOMS. No 12 Wuverley place. LA^E CURTAIN'M, No 3yj BROADWAY. G. L. A J. B. KELTY, Importer* H. MACY. NOW OPEN. OUR STRING IMPORTATION OK KID GLOVES. ELEGANT hHAIH.N, Best qual'ty, At lou pi ices. 2U4 ami Kt! Sixth avenue, Two doors below Four'ecnth street. Window shades, No.3M BROADWAY FOR STORES. FOR SKYLIGHTS. FOB DWELLINGS. ? G. L. A J. B. KELTY, Manufacturer*. TH? J'JtADKS. A DENTIST OFFERS HIS SRItVIoES AS ASSIST ant?Has bad years of eviienenre: can work gold, con tlnuoos glim and rubbsr. First <>!Sl monials. Address Den tist, care o Wdi. Paj ne, Es i , boi C-'1 Post oiboe. N> wark, N. J. Assf.mblf.r of pistols wanted.?a (?ooi? wurauiau Apply at tli.j Kiliot Arms Company, 494 Broadway. R Adykk wanted-a man who thoroughly .11 iui stands the business Apply at No. JJ1 Green wich st. A photographer wanted -a first cl\?s photographer wlsiiinu * nerraaaent situation an-i .<>od i-Sl.ify v.], Inive hit atl<l>*?-?? at ItnliM, Hon li A llaydon'S, or ?t tlic Astoi1 llou*e, roo'ii 207. .( I*. B18HOP. | 1THOGRAFHIC i'HlNTEK*.?WANTED, <IX (iOOD ' I j printer*; a ly work and joo.l nage*. A?plj to J Bien JI Tra?| a-reel PLUMBERS.?WANTED, SHIP plvmbebs, TO n-hem the beet ot wa#e?wiii be i-ni<l Addr- *? Wasfc uigton Kemper, Cincinnati Ohio. IJHOTOnRAPIiY.-WANTED, v PRINTER AND To. ner and t o printers. ANo a man ? asaini In the dark rjotn Apply a: llcney'w gallery, ???? Weston'* 1S- <">??> ham ?t. PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTKR AND TONER WANTED ? I To a man of experience tin; beet of \\...e N. it. ?hii ga ement for "?? rear or moi>-if mit<'d. Apply at frndlt ton sGai.ery, No. 5< lia liaui > riaie, for tluee'days PRINTERS -PRESSMAN WANTED. Al'I'LY TO 1 iVump Bi'Oa ., <0 Kami; ?'. QILVERSMITHS WANTED.-A FKW FIRST CLASS O womtnen. plate makers ? *S"rs, moulder*end pollsh i. Apply to or ad lrc?? 8. b -with. .No. 3 Ma.den lane CITt ATIOX WANTED?BY A MARRIED HERMAN ! O man. a? gardener. or o take ao'.e charge of a farm. Bet references. Celi on or ><d ren. for t : ua\ a A mi?- j tu* Boc i. fcafj^ Chester, Mount Yenion, N. T. | TO PHOTOGRAPHERS.?WANTED immediately. ; to go sixty miles In the country, to a thilriui Tliiaue, a flist i.:aaa photograph operator one who perfe tly under Stan ts the business aad can be v. *:! recommended ? ll re J oeive good wane* ami a pemianent situation. Ajiply to J. v\. VVTIlai it A Co. 522 Broj Iway 110 OWNERS and MANUFACTCRERS ?WANTED, I bv an fiperleni ed, ateady painter, employment; no i Ohjertlon to 1'ir country. Refer* t> his last employer, and oihft nneieeptiouable rti'erences Audres. W.l.iaiu Faure, Po?t otti'.e. BO PRACTICAL PJ.CMBF.K8 W.AMHO - OR THR West First riM workmen may apply .it st Heeku an 11W den. 01.KB .? i n. ? TO BREWKBS.-tllR ADV'LRI JaF.R. AK AMKHlt AN, wishes a situation a* llrst ola?s br>M< eri hi* ha.' !on ? ?s, sneuce. and unacrstan is mating all kinds o( ale and ?nrter; understands all modern tmuro??'neni*, and can Siv? un tue(ti<>nabie reference. AiMi^ss H. B. Ogden, M l Ictotva. N. Y. TI'AMED-AT THE TRBNTON WIARD ORDNANt r Work*, tive patt"rti matters. ???aty machtni'ts. aki l fnl noikiuen, of sie.idy h.blts ean ha*# *ie?ly ei.ip oy ni-nt and itbral wage* Applv io;C. t'. Martin, Superinten dent, Trenton, N J. WATfRMAVRRS WANTED.-TWn ?OOD WORg. men to go to Pitta in.rg, pa. App>y In on* *ei? to fallows A Co . 17 Maiden lane. H'tnE DRAWERS WANTED-WHO UNDf BsTAND }} thotr b stne??. Apply to Austin Kelly A <mo,coin?r OT Delancey and Mandn at*. WANTED-TRN GOOD 8TONB MASONB, TO WORK Tf on the Perth Amhoy and Woo ihrtdge Raiiroad. Wane* IS per dav Also 100 laboreis, at $1 ?> p> r da?. lnt|alr?of M w.D'-anoor W H. Weber. Rahnajr, H J, Cars leave every hour frosa JerM/ City. ANTED-A KIRBT RATE ^UOTOtiRAPlI PRINTiR and toner. Call at OrmibN's, 411 Broadway "lIrA>'TED?A FIRST CLASH PHOTOGRAPHIC PRIN ?? ter. Apidy at 411 Broadway, None hut * f-od ??i k nari need apply. ^ r\- ANTED-JOI RNEVMEN USTRPMBNT MAKER", >? at shop of AmerUan Telegraph Company S3 1st *|? Williamsburg. Alto young men as ipproctke?. TV ANTED?A COACH PAINTER. TO 00 TO aYcHI fT son, Eansa*; tr%vtlling expenses will be paid: nieai'v work and good wagea. Apply t > Bea Uol.aday, o.i'ce ot Orerland Stage Line, M Broadway. WANTED-THRBB OR POUR PA1NT8R8, TO 00 IN the country ; none bnt flret ciaae workmen need appl*; (single men preferred. _Alao a German boy, to ivork la a paint ?hop. Apply lo H. 8. Howlnu, 18 Amity St. WANTBD-A ^GOOD GAB FITTER. TO GO TO BUF lalo. Good wages and constant employmeut. Apply at 114 centre st. w w ANTBO?AN BXPRRIKNt'ED CARD MOl'NTRB AT Insiow's tiallnry. 937 (Hh ?re., corner of 1Mb st. WANTRD-A BOY TO LKAHN TIIK PLCMBBBS trade. Apply to O. W. t'oger, II Sn?ih i?h *|.f Wil Maintb'ir^ HORSE4. CARBUSn. AO. AF1NB SADDLE HORSE, IRTABIK fOR A L IDT. lor sale Apply at the utible, northeast corner of Thirty tlghlb street anil Film avenue. A GOOD SKCOND HAND ONE HORSE TRUCK FOR tale Inquire Id blacasmitii'i "h "P corner Bushwick. avenue ami Johnson street, Willianub irg. A beautiful, THOROUGHBRED 8ADDLB MARK /\ for sale -li a fct Ight hay, ao whit*, IV, hand", '> years old. tbuioi. :iiij traiued.aBd tor ityle'U D^pniiMtlU ac tion I'anuol be surpassed. Price aboil $M0. Apply at M W' ?t NurtMiib ilieit A BLA1 K PACrNO HOR"E FOR ?*I,E-? TEARS r\ old IA hand* blfii.wuiid tmUM; nan show piii,- j, ujt ii ulrc of C. HCKB, ?li Corluuidt slreit hi suns. BI'MNKSS WAGONHOV B\KRY BIND CONSTANTLY on band or made to order, *? ? li a* <Jtueei->'. Bn'.' her '. Mill- Puimfcms' ami Lipre-s. Von Mil rind lb* DIM* ?? favorable ai any lliui an Ifound and cv ry article war ranted ax rorrewi ted A| ply a* SIKWAWH WsifnB Far. lory, Ktft> th.id sirf .1, !w?eu Broadway and Eighth av (iarbiaqki.-for ? .lis. -hi liuitr family oar. J i Bii-its, li Kn I W.ujous and Bonnes* Wagon a! ?. several - -.in.I luind three seat an I tw o seat Dut'ii '.Vagcu- >e .'n 'be..p. No 10 Noviiii street, Brooklyn. CARRIAGES?\ N \ HSOU I MKNT OK KIBE I'AR J i ..'K' k. tniiiiatlu of ??*tfci,Hion and injf top Cabilol i? sod I'i ncouN. Kerminii -m <: ei e. lour mid slv scat llnek aw.ivs, top, t.0 U> 1 aud alldn ue:it ^d|0iih and six seat I'haetous, at MOiT A CO .4, manufacturers, i.'u fourth street C1OA0H HOUSE AND 3TAHLK '?<> RENT-NIW, IN J . Twenty-third ?tr??. mm rhlrd aven e, to private par* tlea i aly, 75 leet leep, ;? ?tl trout, two stones. yard. .vo. Apply to JOHN' Bate MAN. /11 B tit Twenty-third street, li* note or m pei son Fiart trotting horse i or sale-half b?o ther to Flora Temple. 7 year* nid, !??, lianda hii;h, color iron gray, -on ud and | en; o, never bwn trained, ean ?i ow a natural ynit of - ?>. nremiws murli greater apeodwith tra r.uij; sold ouly for want of timo to r i um. S. B UALI.OU, l it Broadway, N. Y. 1J10R SALK-A PAIR OK THOBOUGHBRKO HOHHER, IS b?nda, t ..;.icI i ,.ud *iu?l ? baiUi>s, iMld to thn naddle; ? no o tl < in rir.e . 1> ?? saddle Ilotw. Hold tmjether or outfe. In'tulreol THOMAS MORRIS, Eighth street, ncarhUih ?r<-niit). F^OR 8ALE-A LADY'S SADDLE IIORSK, BRIGHT bay. I.lij hands hi ;h. sound, 'punt an I , into In all bar ne?*. levcn years old; alio a. lady's Sad dle, Apply to 1JN DEUHU.L A FLEET, M Lulayetto place. TjlOR SALE-THREE (iOOD WORK HORHE.1, IN r koo<I c- ml it ion, also, oiio saddle foo;, sui'iildo for any iadv or child lo i ido or drtvo; must positively b" eold thin wfuk, as the owlio:- is g-un? In the country. Inquire ot SoLO.MtiN Ml'I', Itiicr .lluune, oorner of I33d atici" aud Fourth avenue, Harieui. F^OR s.vle-an BNOUSH TWO WBBKStfeO J>^<i Cart, with arrant'finent lor tandem. Has Just been done up ns |ioo l as innv. Apply at private st bio No. 4 Uansovoort atreel. noar lOi^h'.h a.enuc ind West Thirteenth (treat. t^OR c \LE?A BLACK HORSE, SEVEN YEARS OLD. r 16', liands-liiurh, ivoil bred. Apply at No. (I Great Jones street, corner of Lafayette place. F'OR BALE-A TUOROUOHBRED BAY ROAD MARR, )!>',, long ta il, liaiidsi'iiie and vet j fast i ltlmr to polo or sin?l?:; also a tine lila 'k coupe Horse, lti hands hlnb Apply before 3 I'. M , to Coachman, at stable, U7 West '1 w-eiiiieth street. FOIt HALE?SEVEN LARGE IIORSEH suitable for'-art, truek or express men; nniong thorn is a hand some brou u lloiso, fine stvle and action; would suit a pri vate carriage or coupe; they are, from >0^ to Hi), uauds high, from A in 7 years old: or would exchange Tor low id iced horses Inquire at 1412 Fourth s rent, near Urovo. 1.10R SALE-TWO noon HORSES. ONE A FINR SAD I? die horse, the other either for saddle or driving. To be. - old cheap. Address box 4,470 1'ost olllce. LiOK S VLB-ONE l'ANELLT.D Ct^APH, BUT LITTLE I used: also one Barouche Can be seen at stable rear ot lnLa ayette place. IpOH SALE-TWO VAST and YOUNG MAKES; one 1 by Amerloan Star, dapple ..ray, very handsome, I5}? hands high: can trot in 2 40 singta or double: one by R- s d' ok s llamblolunlan, 16', bauds; can trot iti "2 to or Ioh; to a road wagon; a splendid roalster. Both the alio .e re the property oi a priva e gentleman and warranted sound and kind. Apply to PETl.R DL'UOlSE, itU2 Qrcine stiect, N. I yOR SALK-A liciht WAOON. STYLISH ANI? IN r iw.io t order; price $IM) Can be seen at Selden's sialile, Kl West Twentv-feurth street. For sai.e-a iia-ndsome I'aiu of pier glasses. m itli t'ornlce, to mateh; also mat bin Slabs, will l,e sold ai the low price ol $1U0; also a linndsoiur rosewood l'ia .o seven oetai e. f'llt toned as good us new. For partl 'iilars call on address C. F , .'84 West Forty-tUtid strrrt. fr?OR SALE-A LARGE BAY JI OK.SB SUITABLE FOB ' aliiH'k. Inquire of E. MET I'LER. X'i7 Fiont street For sale-a pair of blood bay horses, nearly 17 hands high; lilae.k mane, tall and lee*, star In forehead of each; not - 111 s. dVierence in weight; sound, kim! and well broken; as neat ajicr'oit matcb as possible lu color, step and carriage. pro e $1/I0d. B. W. BURNET. OJ William street. IA0R BALE?A LIGHT BAROI CUE. AS GOOD AS II new. Can be seen at Donnelly's staldt, covner Ciasson *uu Futnain avenues, Brooklyn. ? |10K BALE-A SORREL HORSE. SIX TEARS OLD IN May, ? splendid saddle Il< nw, perfectly gentle in every wuy. l'ri-e $1"". ran be scan until Hold a Donncli., s st<i lil*'. curnri Claiison aud Putuaui a.onucs, Brooklyn FjV>R 8AI.B-A FINE BAY MARE, 1.1 , HANDS. WAR 1 i*n:ed sound. kinl ami fast. rrl<" &1S0. Apply hi 40 WW Eighteenth Htreci. or to her owner. at Vo. 5e st Six t' ontu str-et, from U to iu A M or 1r 'in 0 to 7 P. M LX)R SALE?A VI.RT HANDSOME AND STYLISH J1 H*v Mar** warranted souol.kind and -.vc yearn old; loot'an': 15,'< liau'li lngb; near v thoroughbred. a direct de scendant of J'asblon; price Aduress box t,T.U Post office. FIOIl SALE?A I'AIR OP VERY STYLISH CARRIAGE Horace 7 aud 8 vear* old. dark lay. black points. lon^ laila. 10 hands high. A responsible guarantcr ?vl! be given that they are perfeetiv sound, kinl aud i,eiitie in a.I Bar neat. A|>i>it mi private slai.le X ?. 43 Great Jones street. Ir?OR HAI.E-A SORREL HORSE, EIGHT YE WIS OLD, 1 IV bands, sound and kind; good family or business bora ai-cnstomed to all larui woi%; jus'. irorii *I?. country; I pric $ 5. Apply at li5 East Twenty "(tvemh street. ) For sale?two horses, one truck and two | Ca.la. witu th" iiusiiiess ol a ?mppiug .nut forwarding odice. latpiireo (i. D. OOOK ?'l Son'-It stree:. I/OR RAI.E-FOR J'O'. THE DARK BROWN HORSE r Ben Bo", ton Baggy, tin u s and Blanket. ? iu ?? soesi by applying at 4i South SaveatU street. Wiiliu .s'jur,;. fpOR SALE CI!EAl'?ONE PAIR LARGE SIZE ilAY 1 Horses, suitable fo ar ia^e or h ary work Can be seen hi l ag .n's stab ex, Tl W ' ? I'wenly ond sttect ue-r Sixth ..T-IIU8. F^oR SALE CHEAP?A BAY HORSE. 9 YFARs OLD wairanted k.nd in all Uai nesa and sandle, with v\n^on. Br<*\> s'f r s make, i?ea: an i Harness; all sold lor w? i of use Inquire a' ?. 11'. and 117 \Ve-t I mi y - third street. TT?OR SALE CHEAP-THREE HORSES. FIVE COV r ore.1 \Ya;ous ana three sen of liarne.-s .'n- ii# of J. VAN RIPER. 2tH Pacilic stieet Brooklyn. B'Oli SALE i HEAP-FOCR TOP \ND ?1 \ NO TOP Wagons, two tight Rockaway* '.tie our seat Pbaet?n, a. two t lop Wagon, two .lagger Wavm.< Br. ? tor ? im soitb.iry'a. Oubois and other -'ood city ins <ers one *oo 1 ?e. fii j .jiulioacii one ilret.. three aen .i..u e li.i.uc<-, o.i ? act Double do.. i .os* idie?. .7 Wooster str.-ct. For b.vlb or exchange?twentt yocno Uor<",?. yi?t from t anada West 4 to 7 seaia Oi l. 14 to 17 hand- litab. two nice teams, odo <oupe boraa. a I ?omd uiirl kind. Tiiqiiiio in the I'larkrn.Ui s -bop, l.'O NurfoU atieei, until aol'l. flOCR '.'OOD HORSES F<IR SALE CHEAP? II FOR auy kin i of work. Can b? sten toraer Kortietn atraet and iileii'tit i aven ie Inquire for A)'jaa.s Bill. ItillT FANCY PEDDLING WAGON FOR SALE I'hrap The bo* ehlfts and la ry a^ ^d b? n boot, >uak ?ng a i'iie r ad a^on. Apply to.1. W GaRBEY. Franklin *ii eai Green;>olnt, L I. Can U- seen on 9>ta<l*y also MAT? HEO HORSES.-v PAIR OF S"L! NDID, WELL uiat<-Bed, lauiilj lairtatie Hom-s. fni.y tti nan.Is high, ??an.I 7 years o d. verr s'vlish; parfecll* gent!a under all mreuniataacea, bm n t ape .if. A rare chaa>f lor a family wiabing a pffi eetly sa'a an.l. at tba -Aiie t ine itvllsh tea,ii. May < 0-aen for a few Jay . at Li>a ItteLter * stable?, Sarenthav n c, near Forty-flfiU street. t>ARTIEK IBUI'T PUBl'H ASIN'G UR PLACING A their trdata ior.flrsi c'ass <arri?go?are Inrre.l to call a'oi r m-Hiiiu ory, A> hast T'vanty.fltib atraet, bn'.wet*n rnlrd and l.attngton .n nnu?i, and aiumitie our sloi'k on band and In rourM ?> cooatruc<>oi J OH V C. PARKER t CO CT.vBLl TO LET? lo o.ME PARTY: THREE STALLS . anu uple ruom :or l. tick Mid carl, oi room for ttiraa nor*-- a..J g ol CHniaga liou^e Apply at 11C Wareiley p:?ce, nea r 9 *tb a??n Je. STVB. E WANTEO-IN THE UPPER PART OF THE C'If, for the usr of a ??nlleir ur Urinnlng several flna ht>r?fs to the city lor sale. Will be want-id for a montu A private -lablf preferre I Addn-aa, stating lerma aec >mmodatIons, I W M bot l.tr.u'Po?t o(B. e. Trotting tea* for sale.-can trot to the | pole io I'lttier beats it si i^.f ?,m n a liibson double ??t of Harness; a.so ? ainfl" M'it II9li. Waeon. with 1 Fie >A l ahalt* and a'ab.i' Riank"i? ? nu lie seen ?t N. H. a lie" rs stables, i n Sevantii a anua ot iu idlre f P. SON, IM Pulton atraal. _____ \\.*ANTED-fcOAD fAlMT-THI ADVERTISES M wlsl.es to a .uhange a list > las' li^nt imps^atRork awat, tor a light tof Road Wagon of the tirtt inanity; the Rocaa^ay is aeo aud the Wagon must also be uew, or hat very Uttle need Addr??s "OiJ.W'.' Poai oBce. WILL BUT A P'tNT Bt'ILT HOIMK.-KINJ}. JJuU g .<"! ?o tar. hserfal Jiire* and last trotter 49 |.lr at dh'ppli g oific" ITiH'tiaiha-n street (o d number), up stairs _ WILL BUY. raw DAT, A SHIFTING TOP WA fU") ton. in peifect r nti;n?r orlrr. side ctrtsina, *r . [ ail complete; hum bv grower, must M sold. Apply al luu 1 West Forty firs* st.ael MILlslAROSs BILLIARD9.-W II GRIFftTHS' IMPROVED COM blnsMoa Cushions and Tsi'les can oniv be bougbt at bis fa-iory. Fulton strem. Cioths. Balls, C?<s sni Tips for aals at wholesale and retail Orders by maM attended to. L onlr and i IHiR HALK-A FULL SIZED MARB/.H RED BIL 1 Hard Table, will be aald cheap for want of us*. In quire of A. R. SPENCER, ?l J Broadw ay. THE standard AMIRit'AN billiard TABLB and Combination Cusfiluus. approved and adopted by tna Billiard Cougreas of 1MB. Tba bast and only rellabia Hl liard Tablas manufactur^. Baila, C ms aad ,JT*I7 ar tl-le relating to billiard*. For saia by PHTIIiAN ? COL LENDER. corner of Cr isby^nd Spring streots. T"?s?s^k improved combiuatlon cusliiwps pfsferrad. Address Henry Stewart, ff'rsid oflice. FOB BAlsJB, A* OY8ISB, DIKING AND DRINKING SALOON FOR ' mv?on llrst Moor an I Very near the Sanitary Fair; Mealy nitaii npj doing a good buatncasi u< od Iphs". rrtcf ; sar ?i,*W. t. U. nlCHARiisON i Co., si and ii NaMau sweet, i ; ?*m >ALB. w 'Ff ACIIANCR SKI.DOM OYh EHbl> ? ?21.i?0 W< >KTH or 15 '?1 Wl JD'I nllOtid tt'l 1 V)<* ;.J K rh|> 4iD''iC |}A|P A| nnc??H for Urn month ? ntv, at IKWfN ch?ar> Boot "<,W'ry' come' of Bond ?' 'p 0f ,he Big A PAPER MILL AND FACTt.RY, ON A WaTRK laodin ?, in BrooUvn, lor sale,?*|i!i 50 hor?? K.t.locs, Hdler*. I' i'it M .? ?i n. v ? ;-i l,.. -iii., , t,r'o (? tber. Apply to T. BOND, !?! Brou .way. A CHANCE SELDOM MKT WITH A PRI*Tl!m O i en i<.r -ale, l.irniahnii with ? rt rr . . ?? und en ojius th? i ;e of ; e* IV ?. de sirous of purvtiatin ; wilt pleaw addresa Printer, Herald OUi'e. BARK CHASTE Hi MAKK VON V. V. - FOB S ALB llie Rf'tut ol It ?'. I; h' I'.1 ' lit I" ' til** lii*i | ca-ii| iel? sn.l *? .!? .out. ? >t i f >t . i'.i' i i.c l n-e it. In r "Mi "'i l.nvn . i ? Hotel, I'u ? row and l?< <? nr. sr.rret, Iroiu 10 A. M to 3 I* M. A ? PitOI'ELLXR Tt'OHD r I OK 8*LIi?'0) TONS il ii", ?: mi I* i".'in'.' J i ; ? ul ;.t < fc. : k? l? Bit !'??! t.i.iilar.'i van uo ' U:wvt ?*??? t. A BOOK AND STATIONERY MORE 18 01 > KCKD to site on favorable i?-r ,.x, n ntly IP tod tip an.I doing a :air business A ?""d rlisne.- lor a' party with u unit I cauital; tout low. A<S>*? ?s i.o >ks H?? i-? uo oe. A liquor smoke for sai(k-onb of the bust j.Ui.'M liuwu iinvii. do. ? ,. fc.Miil business A ??. the h -t e?l.'tbll?lied i'ublio Home uu I Billiard Hal Ufa n in hi* city. A so Moat Marten, UaSci.i - >:: m'.'i ins, F t.i'?. ipli Galleries. \c. W. II. .MITCHELL, 77Cedar si:tel. \ BROADWAY PIIOTOQK APfl OtLLKf, Putt ii >-ale -In i hnc toiirftloiii tow rent; a good buiui and a una ?et, of lustituoeuls. Imiulrr at MuLMK9'0i 'ry ami i;.? St. Nio.iotM. i?)3 hroatln ny. nOOKSTOr.K FOR 8.VLK C 1BAP?OWINO rOOTIIbR ? ' i'n i. on onlii, ? p or 1 .-ul,.i.i on n j.rin.iia lin.r ons'ifai" tt?lt < a'.alj.i i.ieil; Ion rent; cM-J s o.'k. u4 ilomc a o 11 bun ii > ? Ki?i'c'ia " Dt'illV. li,K v WOOD, lr> "Iiio atreet. I>Oir,KR VOR SAL' -I I R -'IT TU. Kit HIDM.R, J 41 in.' ii-M a i it i, 7 ft-1 : i I? o , i -ht, u.>m oil. Apply t-J .1. r. HI Li. |'it .1, hi / 1ROCKKRY BTAND.-A I' i.rt .IASi-h HaV[S.? dont* a mn'i'Cs?|.il Imaiu-M i- r tweni S'ook. KlxtnreJ and Uoud \v'iil lo i.?r roi j.arli 'liars ii.tiiiie at al/U IIndsoii stiuct, coincr o Chriati pher. W. F. rowland. DltUil BtOBB kor SM.K-IN THIRD aV m k, near I^U'.li utroi-t oppnn lilt" ll.itI ,i 1'atK. ? r.. mh? Iv lltti il up and slockci i.tnl .. . tin a gim i bti iiws >. lara opporlnDliy lor ago d drui:iiut. A|jily iu p. i.,o:i. nRI'O KI'OBK FOB H\LK I'lICAl'. ? AN E\l)R\0R itlon y opportunity la olf"t t 'to an- |wnon wim ?? -l.is to roll!: tlio tll llg bli?lri ?K. I ill at i< 0 Scyi-nth avyn. - I VRl'tl ST 'BBS.?PKVKlt\L STORES FOfl R ^LB, XJ ivoltliy tllr nti m u! iti'ii?alkt? lul phjn : . t s. I'r -n Iio.ii ?? II to $li> IUJ For ^ai tiuulara apply to llALli, i,l Ann street N. Y. DRUUOISTS.?valuable AND MOST PKRFFCTLY litiptl Drugstore in Hie clt> for nal?. tlfi"irab,y lot'i. ti'fl and wi'll H'lH'kud, nud domif a ^ood buaineaa. Api ly to II ALB. 01 Ann struct. fPOR SALE-A FIItST CLASS SLOOI'; BURT iKN 110 tond; draws six and a lialf fm-t of water, with nails, rtcglni;. <tr.. in prrleet otdar. Can bo hcoii at the foot or Thirty third slieet, East river. LiOR SALE?AN OYSTER, DININO AND DRiNKINO 1 Saloon, litt.'d with e.erv i.iodnra appllanea I'linnprst rent in the c.lty. Lea-.it 'J yc^is iroin .May i.oxt. Ii. , lire at IMS Broadway, tinder the Sewelt House, any hour of day or nig lit. li^OR SALE?Til i BLKRRATI I) FAMILY UR(H TRY I Htoie, I'll HiuIhi'ii strrnt. oorutir of North Moor", e?tnb Imh'til ov.jp ibiny years; onn of tiio liest bnsl .casttanda iu the city. None but eash customers need apply. I^i >11 R\LR-TIIK STOCK AND n\TrRK'? OF A ' House Fitrnlshia^ anil Croekety Stoie, sitiia'e: pri una of the principal avenues of Brooklyn now ilolnv a rood biuincs.-., satimactoiy rea^otis giycn for selling. Apply at 116 Jtibn street, New York. b'OR liALE-A BAKCRT IN FHB BWIIHt WARD, lii'iulre at COO Urand sueet. li^OR SALE?A LIGHTER OF ABOUT 7ft TONS, J wltlt" clicstntit and oak frame, cal; planked and b< urns, lastened with gahaui/u I spUcs and trounils and built Iu the slvnnBcst manner. Uan bo semi at > ie sliip yard f. ot of West I uity ninth stieet. hV)R S.VLIJ?A si'.l or SMALL I AlXKMOXBf, COM siMlne! of four rolls and I he nere snrv u urin .? f - run mn'^ thcin. >or particulars tc |ulic of KliWAltl) L. 1'mtitY. at the gulU i eiclia f.ictoiy. on Tweuty-nfth street, between Tenth and E.eveuth avenue*. L'Oit SALT'l-AT A BAIMAIN. THE LBASH. GOOD r Will, Fixtures, .tc., of a Candy mid Ohoenlate Suire. For further pait culais apj ly ou me premises Bo. i7d Wil liam street. F C'OR SAi-E-AT XOS. 9 AND U HOYT STREET, r a full set of Crarker Machinery, netv; one 'loistway, to work by ste im p iwer: one Gen r.ilor, two Oniee Desks, one l ounter and a 'iiiantitv ot leather ISelting liom 4 Is inches wide. In'tuira of'TAM RIPER, J6I Pa iflc aireei, Bru?kl) n. OK SALE-ONE OF ROGERS' TOBACCO ''i TTINO *Mo' tunes. In complete order. Apply at '.07 Water si. t'ok s^j-k?'THE GOOD WILL AND FIXTURES OP" a tit hi c ass Kanery, \vi: h lloiae and Wagon. In a ;,<x>d neia'niiorltoo'l; possess) u immediately. aui'ly to WEEKS, DOl'OL ASS a CO., ill broad street. For bale?two douhlf. flub boilers, jo :ret b 4; til first raf condition. inquire at 'ill e of Long Inland Oil Company, 102 m?i(len lane. DOR SALE-A CORNER orouli AMI liqvob f Store, with u larue ?"?loc k, in .tie of the h"*t ?\?n ire, witii a llornoand two Wagons; will be i,!ton on a mon h i trial: one itall cash re^uned. Apply to J. W hi! pe, J'JJ Wa?liUi?ton atrect. 1/lor s.llk-A MEAT. FISH AND VEGETABLE MAR r kct, a good stand for a lietrnau or any one with ?mall capital. Call at 422 Hudson t-treet l^or SALI.-to man uk ACT! RE rs OK PLAl'ED J} waie and others?all lhe 'lo< ls. Machinery dies and i iitnres, wiili goodwill of a well eatabliahad buainuaa of eight rears' standing, wnii a good and ret/?me custom. f' r fmi iieulaj'j iu<|uiie mi J. TOUSLE!- f, 334 Washington afreet, Bostou. l'OR SALE-TWO six-lioiit PARLOR CHANDB r Hera, .i 1 tn Globes; good a? id- it. price $&! eaeh. Appiv at 317 Went Kill' fotirn street ,ncai Broadway, this day and Monday Ij^oil 8 A I,B?a hotkt, STOCK. i IXTURES \NI?HIL liar i It ni It Table", and I a-use uf the lione; nicely fitl d tip b.ir: a tiiat d n"t?r the brooklyn Naw Yard, and doing a noo 1 t tumrn. for particulars. address Hotel boa 2- ii ii laid O nce. Ii'or KALE-SIX phwek LOOMS. KOR WEAVING . tape, ia tool order. Two Lathes, 8' of.Ins.*. pul e>s, h rim Pine and oar t?r?? lank. Apply to J. EiHKI.NE, mo west Thniyfourth aireet. lhjr SALE A sBCOND HAND SUIT OK ROSEWOOD r Kuruiiure. covered with bioca'el; also a me'en octavo Piano, made by lignite .* Bradbury* Api ly to T 1- LUT EINS No. 8 Hprnoe street, N V. F^or SALE?i 0 raflrels PUBE APPLE CIDF.B, made from ae'rot fruit. Addte.a 8. 8. Ilnrvey a Bio., Ha' Itettaiown, N J. For hale-a sbt or cukwek'H tools and seventeen Tuba, holding eat ti three tons; or a lew tlioua and d 'llnrs wanted to mattu act,ire Frrnc . calfskins; otark known in thla tuurkei. Address om i'M station o. it*or HALE?on ACCOl'nt OK THE ILL HEALTH r of the subscriber?tue old established Boarding Hoise ho . .?j ,~|nui{ ?? eet. new York. The louse iaftt l oi good paving boarder*. nad will be to'j 1 "W. M. Dli ca*P. For salb-two steam dryers jo fee i lono each, by 7 'eet wide. bra e4; also one Fly Wbeoi. ii!* tert dmnn ler, late !? ituhos. ai ply at 15) Baat street e>r nc ot Ualancey. Fob salb-an otster and dini.no 9alo^>v and Ale Vault, fitted up wllti every modem api'liance. Cl'eap rent, with two rears' lease from !?( of May ?ei\ in tulre at 170 Siltb areotie, corner ol' Twelfth street, a:l?r S o'clock r. M. F'olt SALE?THE stock and PIXTURBS OF A Hosiery and Kano.v Goo^ia More, eight yeors eatebllab ?rt. on Third a-, enne, letvcen Llglit/.third and ftignir. 1 r<1 streets west aide a) p<v on the promiao*. or to wm. J JoNliS at Llama a Co. s iv Broadway. 1, oh SALE-A bl TIER STAND, NOW DOINO Alt c encalleut business Kessou for selling, going u tat. te , asMlblt. App j at ti !e.ter?o.t maiket. For &ale-a coal yard, known as y,t w ahii Ington a'rset In inlre on the premtaea. FOR SALE-A STEAM TU'i PROPBLLEB, st TONS iitirhen. engine 10 by 17. Iniuireat 19 Coentlaa altp, la the wore _______ i^op. BALE AT A urkat btroain?onb Of tmb l bos' large and profitable Billiard Saloona In the c.ty . ail In fill', and romplaie runulnn order; doing a large and profit able bustaess ISAAC A. bioos,7s Nassau street. f'OB SALE. OR will a LET pubnisiibd-A ttrat cla<a Bestanrnnt and Rar altuated on llouatoB sti*et, w*.-t ot Hroadway: cheap reat and favorable leaaa. A.-pi. ustki'llENs a HENRY, 7'J West Houston stieet VOR SALE ClltAP?THE STOCK. FIXTURES AND r Cood Will of .i Book and Ftatfnnery Store, with a largo Circulating J.tbrary attached , eatabltabed In IA4S: satiafao torv teas'b'rfiven for seiilDg out. Apply on th? rrsmt*ea, 12A Atlantic st , Brooklyn, Haitdw ARE STORE FOB SALE?on ONE OF TUB principal itmces At! Ireia HardwaJe. boi bk Uer a d o live. Hotel for halb.-a cocntby hotel fob aa e situated on the line of a railroad, atveaty aille* from Ben York, now dolnk a h i b iain?s? For partkularB la'iuire of D M. tIBIKFIN, 78 t'adar street, LIOUOB STORE FOB SALB?WITH stock AND FIX. tares, do.ng a food Mutluees; cheap rant, with leaaej near ahluvarda and fouodrtoa Apply at 973 Baat Ninth street aaar the dry lock N > agents a?ed apply, Machinery for salf.-suou as foot and Power Latbes. Drlillai Maehlaea, planara Polishing Maehlnee Pnilies llangara and L<r?r i'reaaea Apply to W. H. SMITH. i7d Pear, air?t ONB LAROB DOUBLB do0b hebrino'8 SAFB, sod two am all oaaa for (at* oheap. )? eloM aa eatate, at Bo 1 fclNrty Witt QAFK FOR SALB.-A LABOR JBWELLBB'S SAFE for aale. B. 0. wilder^ make, laquira of o. B. DOWninv> A CO.. UMaldon laoa _ STBAM ENOINB FOB SALE.?an BIOHT iiorsb power upright Staam Enaine. with pump aa<l pfi'os complete. InouTra of banded 1llb a SIOLBR, 169 Eaat Twaut/thlrd gtraet. fro PHOTOORAPBBBS.?FOR 8ALR. A WELL E8 X tab'.lrted Oaliary, doing a good b slness and id a good !? allty. An abuudaat aupply af toairunieota. Aa . and in good working order. AddrtM Photographer, staind D, bifcta House. Thb instruments fob salb and thb officb (a back parlor aad laboratory i u> root, ni a flrst eiaae dent let, with the goo# will of the buelneaa, for about ?>? i*r woek, at im Woat Twenty third itrtet; tbia la a r*re o, forttintty. 61 onn ?FOB SALB, A bab andlubchbcom^ ?tl.isuu. do hi. t i hi ti.rlv.ng '? smeaa. rent k'rr aonsm on a two vw? '"sa--, i ha is-aWlehtnant la o?ar the i'osl Ofllre, in o?a or the beat poailfonj for b'tslivee The ownar aei i ?n a-c-'iiot of hia health. adwieaa for three da/a boi > aw Yoik root

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