Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 3, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 3, 1867 Page 3
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ko Alt IK MS AID LODGERS WAITED. Abuit k fivk rooms. PARLOR AND ONE OR ?oraic ruin ..nit:ill Bedrooms, beautifully furnished. ' I* lei. with superior private utile. Also Is lull r Itooms sad A single Bdroom; Utile d'hote and private table, unex septionsbl reference! required. Wiudsor Hotel, 32 Four teenth strrt, between Broadway and Fifth avenje. Am ad ? amity stkk.':t?fuhnimokd rooms for x?Ueia ;n o Ibe Soairu Hotel. for (lUrmtta only, without boArd; uesr Broadway snd T 33 IT. MARK 8 PLAOB -A SUIT OP ROOMS; L sis* Hell Rou.a, WHU first cUss Board. Aff.v OKNTLhMKN can bb accommodated witpiourd st 86 Esst Fourth street. Lefercucrs re Attired. ABUP op PLEASANT ROOMS TO LET, WITH OR wbmit B< ?rd, et S3 West Twenty-fourth street. Ap ply imrdialeiy. AflOST ROOM AND HALL BEDROOM, ON THE ssond floor, famished. to let, separately or ios-eiti?r, srlth B?r>l. in s private fsituly. Terms reasonable. Apply st 98 Est Nineteenth street. AI'IT OP BOOMS TO LET-WJTH BOARD. ON te second floor, front: hot sndfcold water; suitable for s -unlly or single gentlemen. Inquire st 1& Bast Forty ? Aral trees. I ISO MADISON AVKNUB, CORNER OP THIKTY L first strceL handsomely furnished rooms TO RENT. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL I.ET AN ENTIRE THIRD A floor, handsomely furntahed, with back parlor and aipnaion, to parties deal ring brat class accommodations. Prvate table only. The highest references required. Ap ply at 31 Weal Sixteenth street. A LARUE FRONT ROOM ON THIRD FLOOR, WITH fire and gas. for two gentlemen: $1(1 each; Back Kuuiu fit; with Hoard. Ho. 7 Boot-man place. ATWl WEST FORTY SECOND STRRRT? FRONT AND rear Roorua oa the third floor, neatly furniahed: hot sad cold water, to let, to a gentleman and wife, with good Board, In a private faintly. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A WELL Ft'RNlSH ed Room on second fioor, with firat class Board. Apply at m Lexington avenue. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR TO let. to one or two single gentlemen, without Board. Apply st 17S Thompson street, near Bleecker. A DOUBLE AND 8INULE ROOM TO LET?WITTI Board, at IV West Twenty-seventh street. A FRONT PARLOR; ALSO A BACK PARLOR TO let. wttb Board. Apply at 183 Ninth avenue first door Bom Twenty-third street; terms moderate. A NICELY FURNISHED SECOND STORY FRONT [\. Room, with large closet adjoining, to let with Board; private bouse. Apply st 111 East Fiftieth street. A THIRD STORY ROOM. IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, to let to a gentleman and wife or two single gentleman, vlth full Board, in a private family, at MM West Twenty Hnth street, opposite Lamartine place. References ex* ihaogcd. ? A FURNISHED ROOM TO LET-KOR A LADY, WITn rV or without Board. Apply st 104 Prince street, between fiercer snd Greene. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR TWO 8INOLE OEN tlemen nan be accommodated with s large Room on the Irst floor, with extenalon and closets with first class Bosrd. kpply at 37 Woat Twenty-sixth street. A FEW DAY HOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED A with Board at 417 Fourth avenue. Dinner at one. References exchanged. At m union square -to LET, THREE single Roomi on the second floor, with Board. Opposite the BvereU House. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WILL FIND A PARLOR and Bedroom adjoining on first floor In the honse of a widow lady; Board for the wife if desired. Address E. L., station G. A WIDOW LADY HAS FURNISHED ROOMS TO let, with or without Board, on reasonable terms, at 139 East Thirtieth street. A T NO. 1 WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, OPPOSITE A 8t James Hotel?Furnished Rooms for gentlemen. Perms reasonable. Reference given and required! A SECOND ^LOJUTplSiJf RMS, A nished, to let, wtth Board; family small. Cell at 166 ?ant Tenth street, between Broadway and Third avenue. LAME BOOM TO LET?WITH BOARD, FOR TWO, st 87 Ryeraoa street, Brooklyn. * PRIYATE FAMILY. RESIDING IN WEST TWBV A ty-fourth street, could accommodate two young gentle men with* large furutehed ascend atory Front Room, with eM saesflptemt Adflxcao bos 3,809 Poat-efltoo, N. T. ?on second story, with ample lawk* be*, WHU good Board, a* 147 West near gUtk weiiia 3<f "X WR3T EIGHTEENTH STREET, NEAR Fifth avenue?A nioe Room to lets with firat class " one or two faatlemea. . A LARGE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. WITHOUT ?Hbl* for one ar two gentlemen. in the first Asa house 34 West Twenty-fifth street, near Madison ParkJ AM family, iBOTT WJR Hifl SAutii ?BTitshlTelet their suit of four Rooms on the first floor, fttrnlshcd. with first class private table. Apply st Be.'7 ftramercy Park, er to 8. 8. ASHLEY. 31 Nassau street, mlrd floor. A8INOL8 ROOM TO LBT?WITH FIRST CLASS Board; also Table Board, at 13 Eaat Twenty-eighth Hreel, between Fifth and Madison avenues. Abplbwdid opportunity for gentlemen, single or married?Two furnished Rooms to 1st, at IS Wort TwmtHUtlt atrast. nanr Broadway. Terms mode rats. ALADt OR LADY AND GENTLEMAN CAN OBTAIN a neatly Furnished Boom or suitor Rooms by applying at W Wert 'irilrtyflrst etrcot. A WIDOW LADY II AN A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED Front ROom on the second floor to 1st hi a rtrst class gentleman. Apply at 88 Wert Twenty-ninth street. AFVKN18IIED ROOM TO LET TO" A SINGLE gentleman. In the private boose, 2i9 Hudson street, near Canal street. A ROOM ON Tim MRCOND FLOOR TO LET. WITH Boaixl, suitable tor a gentleman and wile or sln-de gentleman; term* n ...uiub'e; gas bath room, Ac. Inquire el IW'Franklin-tv . AT 128 NtNTII STREET. NEAR BROADWAY-NH'tLY furnished Apartments to let, en suite or singly, con venient to all tliu principal hotels and the-itres. A LABOR TIIIRO STORY FRONT ROOM, NICELY furnished, with all conveniences, to let, with or with out Board. M9 Bast Twelfth street. AT TUB NEW AND NEWLY FURNISHED rLK.VSA.VT residenne No. 2 Van Nert place (Charles street:, nesr Fourth street, n Parlor and alcove Room with flrat clam Board, to select parties ; all Improvements, a rare, oppor* tunity to a psrtv of gentleman desiring permanent and most pleusant accommodations; very reasonable terms, couvenl sot to Broadway ears. Aorktleman and wife OR sinolr gentle* men can he accommodated with a pleasant Hoout, with as Without Hoard, at 42 Oreat Jones street Hefcrenee ra tal red A SECOND FLOOR. CONSISTING OF THREE Room- to let. furnished, with Board, to families or Cstleuteii, at 120 Slacduupal street. Terms moderate I.O> n good. ' A lance AND COMMODIOUS SUIT OF THBKE Room<, en first floor; also one on second, nt 72 West rtortieth street, fronting Reservoir Park. Table d'note or private. BOARD.?A STRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY, RES1DINC ?in Beekraan Hill, Eaat Fiftieth street, will rent a hand semeiv furnished Reonnd Fleor. to one or more gentlemen, or Ktleir.en and their wives, who wish the freedom slid rem. of home: terms reaeonshle; references Ad dress K. B., boa 2.410 Poet ?A9en. Board.-Two finf. rooms, for gkntlfman and wife or two genilemen, can he had at 117 West Four* teeoih street Reference. Board?a lakof. back parlor with exten sion, r.loeete. Ac., suitatde for a gentleman and wife or two gentlemen, in a private family. Apply at 27 West Twenty- stith street BOARUINO.-A WIDOW LVDY nAS A FEW NICK f urn Wiled Rooms to let to gentlemen only, nt 204 Weal Fourth street, New York. Boardinc.-a handsomely furnished second floor Front Room, with large closets, hot and cold waior. Be., to let to a gentleman and wife in the flrrt elans residence 138 Wast Forty sitlli atreet nesr Broadway. Bkaitifuli.v furnished rooms, DOUBLlToR ' single, at 118 Thompson street Seyeulh avenue care pa-s the door. 1/LFGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET? El With Hoard: meals by the ln*st French cnoks, sem-d In the apartments On Union Park, nt 8*4 Broadway. LM RN1RHKD BOOMS JP TO RENT. INQUIRE AT 204 RANT THIRTEENTH STREET. Furnishkd bedroom to let-for one ok tw o gentlemen, without hoard. In a private family; referenoe required. Call for nue week at IU8 Wooster street. FUBNlsaro BOOMS -ONE*OK TWO OKn rI.EMl:N or a gen'leman and wife ean And a plessaul furnished Icsui ?ir two Ronnie unfnrnlaheil If deal red. !* East rweii'y. seventh street between Ijetlnstoa and Fourth avenues. LXtJHNISHF.D ROOMS TO LET, WITH Bo'arY) I1 Parlor and Beilroom, on tbo second floor; also a large Room on tho third; eeeeral Rooms for voting gentlemen. Those desiring the comforts of s home will please rail at 1*7 East Twentieth street (arms reasonable References pg. ?banged.* , tjinRNlBHRD FRONT BOOMS, WITH CONVKNIRNJ F.s r for honseiieeptna. Room* lor aingtegentlemen at 82 W ami upwards; Front Biseroenl and Halt fledrtHim 148 Clinton street, near Grand. Handsomely furnished fp.ont paklob and Bedroom, for gentleman and wife inmishlng proper reference In a strictly private family. In desirable tea, on holow Fourteenth street, gas, bath modern imprcyrmento and home comforts: no other bosidera Address O. R. J., Herald oMre. (N A PRIVATE FAMILY. A LARUE 'AND HAND sonmly furnished seeund stoiy front Room, ?I'h partial board, lo genilemen. at Ad Amity rtreei, neat Waahiegtoe square. References O 18 ST. MARK'S PLACE? FITBNMMKD ROOM* to let, with or n-ithoii' Board ONE OR TWO ORNTt.EMFN WITH HOOD REFER men, can be accommodated with a specious anil pics* sent Front Room, with Are and g?*. at 144 Wert Twuly fltlh slreet, near With avenue 'PRIVATE HOARD -ANY LADY CAN F/ND A RE J sprrtable, 1)111*1 Home, wlib every ei.mfort during oi per'ed eickneaa. Applv to Madame LOUISE, *7 West Fif ly third street, between Nlitb and Seventh avenues KtlOMN TO LET?WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD, TO i gentlemen only. Apply st 77 Fourth avenue, Oral door ef ore Tenth st reel. 'AAOOMfl TO LET?WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. TO J V genilemen and their wlvaa. to Indiei or U> single gentle ?tea. Tabid bvardgra slab w* itetl, Apyl/ Al Hi t? Cb ?t N fJUl fiOAnimnn AKD LODGERS WASTED. TWO NK'KLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LKT-WITIl tii* and i:*?, at M Horatio near Etfhth avenue. Term* moderate. TO LET?WITH BOARD. A LARGE HALL BEDROOM. I Apply at Aft Laigtil street. rLET. WITH BOARD?A Hl'IT OP ROOMH IN A deairablo bouse, la the immediate vicinity ot Union square. Particulars at SO Nassau street, room St. TO LET?TWO Fl'RNlSHHD PARLORS AND BED moms, with Board. In a French private family, at A! East Twelfth street Prices moderate. Tolkt-in AN ELEGANTLY furnished HOUSE, a Ko.mii. with Hoard, to a gentleman anil wife. The famly Is strlelly private, without eSiil lren. Location within three hlock-jyif the Etfih Awnue HuleL For further par ticulars aililress boi N.'.VK' Post office. LET?SECOND TORY FRONT ROOM, WITH Board. Apply at MB Wast Twentieth street. Three klk<;ant?.y uuRNisnp.D rooms to let Tott'ther or separately. Apply at Id Eaat Eighteenth street, between Broadway and Fifth avenue. TWO FURNISHED KOOHB TO LET?TO GENTLE nieu: rent tA per week. Apply at AP Slilb avenue, be tween Bleeckeraud Fourth streets. rftO RENT?A SUIT OP ROOMS. II tWDSOMELY FUR A Dished, on the second dour, with first class Hoard, to a fentlemnn and wife or ?tug:o gentleman Apply at IU5 Wast 'w en ty-second street. TJNION StjUAKK.?A ROOM ON SECOND FLOOR, I back, to let, with Board, to a gentleman and wife, iu the Moffat Mansion, .33 Kust Seventeenth street. VERY DESIKAHLK A HALL ROOM on 'hlrd door, front, with first claaa Board, c?u he ob tained at II Kas! Twenty e.gbih street. TERY PLEASANT. AIRY. CONNECTING ROOMS POR tteuiJomait, without board, *0 Stub avenue. WEST TWEN1 Y-THIItO STREET, MS. ? AN ELEGANT suit of Rooms, on first floor; also large ltnom on third floor, with first claim Hoard, for a gentleman and wife or single gentlemen. <*??> r:n ?two ou three rooms to let to ?!??> tB I, gentlemen only. Prices from $3 SO to $11. Apply at the Occidental Hotel, over the Olympic Theatre. (J>7 POR SINGLE ROOMS. WITH BOARD; ROOMS ?P I without board $11: boarl hv the dav $1 lid. At the Dupont House,IflC Hudson street, corner or St. John'* Park. 1?1B WEEKLY.-GOOD BOARD POR TWO; A WELL HMlU Furnished Room on second floor; gas, nloaeu and every convenience. Family private, lid West Twenty aeventh street, near Eighth avenue. nWr.ST TWENTY.PtlURTII STREET. NEAR FIFTH avenue? A suit of beautifully Furnished Rooms for a party of gentlctueu, with or without Bourd. Reference* eichaDged. A A UNION SQUARE?A SUIT OF ROOMS O.N TIT: second floor to let, with Board, for a gentleman and wife. References required. ________ OQ IRVINO PLACE.?AN EXTRA LARGE ROOM. UO third floor, two closets, hot aud cold water, 4c., to re spectable quiet adults; house and board first class. BROADWAY?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED Rooms from $9 to $1$ Meals served If required. 64.5 BOARD AND LDDGINU WANTED. Board wanted?by an American lady, where Instruction in French and music will he received in part payment, private family preferred; best reference.* given and required. Address B. H. A., station G. Board wanted.-a lady tkacuijr desires Roard In a respectable family, where there are few O'her boarder* Address S. Bennctt,"Wl East Forty-fifth st. Board wanted?by a oentleman and wipe, one or two Rooms, furnished or unfurnished, In a pri vate family. In Harlem or New York, where there are no other boarders; permanent for one or two years If suited. Rct'orencas eichaDged. Address boi 8,117 Post ofllce. Board wantkd-by a lady, in a private family, where her service* would be an equivalent for board; qualifications. English branches, music, oil paintings, Ac.; would assist In household affair*, Address Artist, Herald office. BOARD WANTED?BY A YOUNG gentleman, in a stnetly private family, where them are no other hoard ers. gild can have all ihe comforts of a home; a widow lsdy I'veferftal tor which a liberal price will be paid. Address ft. C, Q?jlerald office. B"~~oari) wTnteiN^t A LADY. WHO IS OCCUPIED through the day, between Fourteenth and Forty-second streets; terms not to*lore* Hysrwwt. AddreasL. Powers, Harald Board wanted immediately?by a lady~ * plain, good family, with few or no boarder* jwagerred, cs'hge moderate, addraee Mr*, a, fcTW'it __ PURN1AHED ROOM WANTED-WMM OR WITHOUT Board; Iocslion eentrvl. Address, smiug price, which must hp toaao?bt^ Man, Herald offiee fflWO TO UNO ?EKTLRMKN WISH A BEDROOM. AND I. Pari or, with ev withmit Board, in a central lonettou ' '** and required. Address X, bo* EC mWO ' MARRIED COUP LBN WANT, IN A PLAIN A family, with partial Board, two furnished Rooms. Terms not to exceed $IU to $13 each couple per week. Ad Uoton squere Post office, stating location, for three day*. s ? ? - WANTED?PROM THE 1ST OP MAY, IN BROOKLYN (vicinity of the Heights dreferred!, one large Room and Hall Bedroom. with permanent Board, tor a gentleman, hi* wife aud eon. a lad of 18. Address hoi 1,739 New York Poet office. WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFB. FIRST cl.i ss R lard, with a Room on the second or third floor. Address William Katun, boi 1(10 Herald office. WANTED BOARD f$80 PER MONTH) BY TWO ladies. In a highly re?p".'*b]e ffi.milv or boarding house; one large or two small rooms, Address Governess, station G. _ WANTKD-BOARD BY A LADY, IN A PRIVATK family (with a widow Is ly preferred); location up town. Boird will be paid lu advance It required If the ad vcrt'ser can he suited. Address Mrs. Mallory station l>. \XTANTHD?NTNOLK ROOM, WARMED AND LIGHTED, VY with or without Board, below Sliieenth street. To secure attention state pi1"?. J. K. L., 37 Park row. room 17, HOTKIst*. ASHLaNO HOCHK. FOURTH avenue and twen tv. fourth s'reet.? Parties desiring Rooms will linJ very desirable ncnotnronilaUnn" at redound rates for pomiutiMit Board. Transient Hoard $11 per day. A T FRANKFORT HOUBK, CORNER OK FRANKFORT and William streets, 851) n?un?; * reduction In prices: .11* , to 6,1c. j* r <Ujr; $1 3U in 93 per week. Open all nigh i. J _ Dp lankyct house n west fortirti? street. opposite Itesvrvotr Park, Rooms, en suite or singly; table d'hote setlilMU." r $13.7*'. A1 INIOUH ITOTTili NO. Ill WAVERf.KY PLACE.? ROOMS J? to let. with or without Hoard for families and single gentlemen. Hreaktaat from H lo II; dinner at 6 P. \t. PIF.UKEP'iNT HOUSE, BROOKLYN HEIOHT8 live minutes' of H -ill street ferry. Permanent and transient guest" will fiud good aiaioinminlition at reasonable rates Id. P. I'KTfcltS, Proprietor. SI KKMAN HOI'HE, <13 BKOOMF. STUKKT.-ON Til P. Europe..n plan. Desirable a'?.?.mimodattOTiK for per manent or gus*ts u reasonable rates. ?:1TY RRAL ?8TATB 1'HII s\i,E. A T WrC.AHILL A OO.'H URAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. A All Al sr., bet. 4.1th andMth sta. i;.,od paving lane, mania-?'>tth st ?4 story brick. rent $400. price $d,}S0. ttlh st,?'I story brink. reul$7Hl. prtee >5./KB ZVh St.?a story hn-k, rent $7u0, prlen $.151X1 37! h st.?3 story brle.k, rent $7.VI, p-nse $0,100. ltd st.?4 story trlet, rent fl.lOn, price $7 iAX ?f??h st.?4 story bn?k rem $1,400. price Jtili st.?4 story artck, ten' $2.4*1, price 3d av.~4 story hrlcs. reut $2,100 price I T PRIVATE BALK. HV U. K. BRA MAN. 14 PINIi street valnshle mriwr, .'OjlllO, on Eighth stenue, rent ing at $g.ljll: Store, Third avenue near Thirtieth sireel $1,410; ihi-e Story brick, Twenty-third sireel, ne.vrHermd avenue. $?i 1KB. three stir? brTek, Seventy eighth street, $*i.Ikll; three story hrt'-k ftlity-seooii ! street. *M Wl; hm-k Hous?. f.eroy street. $H,ftUU, Tenement l'ropeity Thirty. If th street, tienr Plr Jt avenue, renting at $1 t*sl. $l'if*ju, brown stone ll'iusea, ThlriyntUi street, $2,411, and $I8.I*W; first class Houses In Twenty-third. Thirty tonrth, Tblrty.flfth. Thlrty-seywmh and Forty seventh streets, between Firth and Histb avenues, three story House, Pound avenue. $0 MM: also )>pntiertv 'on WoosPr. Greene, L?ur'na, Thompson, flnlP-. an. Vartefc, Brooma, spring. Risi-eyelt, llonaton. Ktdrt'ife aud other almei*. To let. fwalaaed House. Thirty flf'h Treet be'ween filth and .tilth SvtuMs Wanted, llou<?s for sale and to let to all part* of tba elly. Owners solicited lo send particulars \FDiB THERE tToRV nruH STOOP BRICK HOCBE, Ihir\y llfiii streei, .ve?' of Eighth svenue, $ 11.00" three story" hl.pi stoop brick Honse In Twen'f-sUth street, $?..m llliii. W. FRENCH A CO., 21* Ninth svenue. T MrhVILYM UP TOWN REU. ESTATE OPPIOB, I . M3 Third avsu in, near Kifty-snlh strc- t. ?*?veral de. aimblc private lti**lderre* for Sato at very low prices; alv> ?nlemlhl Houses for Investment on Flist. Second, Fourth and Seventh avenues, paying over 18 per cent clear proOt. T A SACRIFICE ? TWO SPLENDID TF.NAWT Ml Houses on Thirty.Brat street, near Eighth avenue, pas ? Ing $6 ?Vi pet veai rent. Price very low, and well worthy the attention o> huyerv Will be sold logrtner or sepsrate. T. McKV 1LV. go'l Third avenoe.'_ \FR**h itocsk AND COT. NO. ISs WESTTftlRTT eighth street, for sale Apply loll R. SMITH. No 111 Went street. \FIHsr CI.A.-S POCK STORY HIOII STOOP BROWN ?tone front limine for sale (immediate possession), on Fifty-fourth sirool, iiesr Fifth aronne. This is a Brat olsss house in oveiy respect and will b? sold st s re.iaoiishlo prtca ami oil easy Terms R. KM NKRSON, 4tl Eighth syeniio. \ THREE STORY If loll STOOP RRICh HOUSE FOR aale on Wcgi Fony.nrih street, near Fifth svenue. All modern aud In *uod order; immediate possession. S. EM IIERSON. 431 Eighth svenue. \N KIiHllHhT THHKP. sT??NY ITI'lH STOOP HRU'K House m Thirty-lust street, wosi al Eighth syenue; Rrsl Class iiuijsjtmu tnawl; $1&U*I. tlKO W PPKNril t 00...2W Nm'h syenne. \N ELRUANT BRoWN it TO N K Hoi'HE IN PORTV eighth street between fecund snd Thli-d svenues, lor salo. slso two in Plrtiotu street. N Y, JOKI.PH Mc-OUtRE, 11B Nsssnu utreot. A1 A A1' raugiug fnun $4,1*111 In $| ill. sKi IF* \c HON Hi 3f, Pine street, room No. 4. A THREE vjnrY niort sTOtlP BROWN STONK a* House In Thlriy-nln<h street uesr lieilugtou syenue, for sslo, st $14 IKIU. by PlIT I COPLAND <|l> Fourth syenue. AJTRHT 0LAM8 FOUR fTORY BROWN STONE House, in Tbtrtlstb street, nesi Foqrth arenno. for ? slab* URMY A COPUANU, 410 Fourth ayonuo. Avert desirable private residrnub on Orewl -loties street; four smrtes snd bosomont, high Monp. bfswn stone front: In perfset urdor. t ivhdsfM MMQMi ?flat limi, . ? CITY REIL ESTATE F<?K 8AI.R. Allen a brown* " . NO S? BROADWAY, sale?' 'OUowtug desiratdy iuoaled Store Propel ty lor On Amitr st, ourner, near Broadway, on Grand st. corner. near Bowery o'"?r"H<1Wj' ourner. near Montgomery st. On Broadway, near Grand ?t. Oo Bruadnay. near IVarl >t on Broadway, forming an L on Franklin at , extra rise iol. On Ouano near Greenwich. On Frankfort st, corner of Vandrwater. On Mereer street, near Prtnc**. On Greene street. near Print*, tin M<*roer. Greene. Wuoeler. Thompaon, Laurens. Spring rnnee. Houston and Amity ?t*.. and Washington place. Be.-idc other desirable property. ,, ^ CENTRAL PARK LOTS. On the Sth and 8th av? opposite Central Park. ISM* on the streets adjacent to the Park. 4e *** **'' *?ath ot ,ne Mtra fronU and E*U on the print-1 pal atreeta and avenue*, suitable for im mediate improvement or investment. Several deafrable Plot* of Lola en Mh, 8th, 7th and 8th ???.. above the Park. For xde by ALLEN A BROWN, 88 Broadway. A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE. IN WEST Knrty-tlilrd street, for sole?With or without Burnt tnre, and poeaaaatim any tnxe before the 1st of May Ob tain particular* at 809 Broadway. A CORNER ANO KIVK LOTS ADJOINING ~ON Broadway for aala?tlr would leave them and loan one half on the building erected. Por term* addreaa F K F box 8 UMB Poet office. ' " A TWO STORY ANO HIGH BASEMENT HFOII 4TOOP Home CltaUWu No. 8 Holyrood place, Eighty third street, between Second and Third avenue*, for sal. contain* eight rooms. (a* hiturea. marble uianlrl*, hard wall*, w. ter; In tine order: good location, price $ft tiuu l" i?xi may remain on mortgage. ' THOMSOIL l.?3 Third arcnue. A SPLENDID LIST OF HOUSES FOR RALE IN THR city and country, at prion* from $2,0110 to S80.IKO. _ Mo. ? Twenty-third street, Fifth Avenim Hotel. BROADWAY STOHF. NEAR STKW A RT'S?l5aS tor sale; store ha* 15 root celling and i? In splendid eon oinon Apply to E H. LUDLOW ACn., No S>ine *treei Broadway, above or and street?for salr 8ne Property, 7ftx2U): alao IFhiJOU: for *aie or leave iirst ?Mm,re?iLT! near White street. other d (titrable properly, embracing nevenU rorn*ra. between WaU Fourteenth street*. Tor ante, |?u? and rent. w. P. BBYMOUB. m Broadway. ?RHftOOOT PLACE.?FOR BALE, A VALUABLE Iilata ftraiar k a.i*rS* hdttae, in com plete order throughout; ha* IS room* and all modern Im provement*. Term* cash. Apply between 12 and A P. M HENRY 8. KAF'KLYK, ?T W?U street. room 10. CHEAP FOR INVFSTMKNT-140 CITY LOTS FOR *ale on the block* bouuded by Carroll end Ruiier ?treet* and Schenectady and Ttlca aveuue*. Term* to suit. T. J. McKVILY. 852 Third avenue. N. Y. PBIGHT rULL LOTS ON THE WEST SIDB OF EIGHTH J avenue, above 125' h aires! price 8151*1 each, including the corner*; one-third ca~h. Apply to ALLEN A BROWN 8b Broadway. 1 First, third, sixth and eighth avenue store* and Tenement Hon*** for ?ate, rhcap, by ISAAC HOMO, 25 Pine (treet. room No. A, POR SALE. ALLEN I BROWN, . NO. 98 BROADWAY. Offer for sale the following Houses and Lot*, deeirably lo cated tu the city of New York:? loOn?th fcv., near 54th at., four story high stoop, full stye On Lexington nr., corner or 28th it., three ?tory high atoop. On Lexington ay, corner of 39th ?t? three story high stonp. ?too" r'exiDft011 of AOtb sL, four story high On 7th uv? corner of A?th et. three story high skmp. O" H'H) *' ne?r7th av.. three story high stoop. On 2Ulh St.. near-8th ay., three slory high stoop. On 21*t ?t. near 8th av., three story high sloop. O" ?L, near 6th av.. four etory Knglieh basement. On 23<1 it., near rib ay., three story high stoop, site" M "*** Bro*dw,L '?<"? "Wry high stoop, full eitca srie BrMdw*'-,oor ,ir"7 b>(N etoop, elegant, site" aTtl> n#*r f"ur ,u"7 high Stoop, full On 33>l at, near 5ib ay, fonr ytory high stoop, full at re, furnished. On 3Sd st., near 8th av., tonr story English baeemenL On SAth *L, near 7th a*., three story high stoop On .loth *t., neat 6th ?r.. thrift ntorj high aioop. On Mill *L. near Broadway, three story high stoop. On 37th st., near 6tb av , four etory high stoop On 38th *L, near Mh av., feur story high stoop. On 41?t rL, ne?r 6tb av., four storj high atoop. On 6th av., throe ?tory high *toor. ALL THE ABOVE ARfiVlRBF CI-Asi BROWN STOEB - - FRONTS. ARWand Letwhs vesy daairabla PAR SALE?FIRSTCLAIWNBA^ECIUR BTORT BROWN sinue Hotter* and Lofst, RseAII bessraen Kh tod 6ck av*., roeewoed do-ira. wTTANNINv?'. S/ W. 28th. ? 1 si * BtOR MALE?THE FIB8T CLASS FOUR STORY BRfXtN F """iJ?0**" ** '-aiiMTton avenue (Murray HiilT, betmvnThlrt, sevaath and Tliirty-elghtb LrseU. full slse aud Isdj attnatadi For permit and further tnformaUon apply to lIOMLR MORGAN, No. 2 Piat street, POR SALB-BY S. M. STYLES-HOUSES* |U WE8T Fifty eecond si reel; also 187 Kan Fiftieth street, partly furnished. Several other Houees. Apply at 34A Hast Bixlx r-- ^ ? ? - 1 1?OR SALE?TIIE FIVE STORY WELL BUILT STOKER, . No*.23 and 2A Liberty street; lot* about 2As7u. Also the entire plot of 12 r.ote, nn East, Delanecy and Tomiikius Mreeti. with the Wharf Property in front Apply to JAMES CRI IaSUA.NK, 56 Ilroa." way ?pOR SALE?A THREE STORY, HIGH gTOOP BRICK I1 House, on Wee' Twenty-fourth street near Ninth avenue, 2U. l0a4Eii:M Urn bio. Lj jinee $11,U0D. H JEMBEKSON, A21 Eighth arenu*. FOR SAt.B? FIVE STORES ON third avenue, be tweea Fifty.first ami Fifty-second streets. Inuulre of S. LIVINGSTON, 214 Ka-1 Fifty.Uilprl street, near Third av. L'OR HALE.?A SMALL FURNISHED BROWN HTONK P llont House, In g<a>d order, occupied bythenwner, 2M West Twent>.lir*t ftie,i;t To l>c eecn between 11 aud A. POR SALE? UOUSR CORNER OF CATHERINE AND Henry street* use on Caiherine, 98 on Henry), six stones high, iiaaemeut and subcellar; dwelling ocenpied as an ejienslve boarding house; as a shoe store: with mod-rn improvements: large portion ?f th" purchase money can remsln ou bond and mo-'gugr Apply loft WALTERS, 27 East Hroedway. For kale-tiik lot. with the buildings 'hereon, kimwu us 3(M Wil" stieet. New York. Apnly to P. t;. Bl IJCLEY, A3 Wall sireei. Jaunc-y ?>urt IfOR SALE-THE THREE STORY AND ATTIC BRIUK House and led 187 Last Hr iadway: I'd 26.1x75 feet Ap ply p. NKRK1V THIMHLE, KH J-ihn street. L30R KALE-ONE LOT 25 FEET FRONT BY IW FEET r ft inches deep, on north side of Fifty-first stre? t lie twee i iimsdway and Eighth avenue, f ii.,tr,en<-;iig SOP feel east of Eighth avenue. Apply to HLL'KLN H AM. IK Maiden lane. No ageu'e need api iy, F^ORSALE?t THREE STORY HIGH KTuor BRICK House on West Twentv-eighth *lre>-: neai Sixth avenue : in perfect order: 2l.6i&h. :* blneE IVM. S. JKNN'INGH, 111 Broailnay Trlnltv Ruiliirng, basement. DO| SAL' f?VALUABLE ESTATE, SOUTH BAST COR r ner of Slith avenue and Twentv third street: three brick three ?Iory HuiMtnge on Sixth avet.ue, each .thout 20 by64 feet; al?o, knmediate'v In rear, on Twenty third street, four lull Lots, with Huildiugr; these, two parcels will bi* sold separately or together Apnly to WASHING M1IRKAV, Executor, 17 Broad atreeL For sale?a lot on mior< u htiikkt, nkxr tL'si enard. with rcmedlnle poe??.s?iu Applr In J'lllN ADRIANCE, 85 Nassau stiee I4TOR SALE?HOUSE AND LOT IftS WEST TWELFTH r afreet, helween Sislb end Seventh avenue*. Appiv to WILLIAM M. (FILES, IW nlxth avenue oirncr ?f Thir. tannth street. (jYOR SALE?IN TDK VICINITY Ob jlR, CHAPIVS P eknreh, FlDh avenue and 1 evingfon avenn ?. a three story hnrwn stone hl*h ?to?i| Hnuse. Willi all llie modem impnivementji. furnished, wtlh Chandelier* Mirrors, C?r peis. At, lot IW.AxSI. For further particulars Inuulre of IF. W. BASSFOKD. 473 Broadway, from fl to 3 P M For sale?one of the finest storks on Washington street, aear llnane: a fine ehsn- v for capi talists to Invest Apply to WALLER A BRUSH, 2b Cham, hers street. IjMJR SALE?BV WILLIAM KEN NELLY. 14 PINK ST. ' Four Houses on Walker *1.. incl ding urnri . 8'* ? KMI Splendid Improved Corner Property on 3d av Iisi.lgsi Ifonse and Furniture No. 9 East 241 M.OUil House No. IS8 WesA 22d st lS.nOd House No. 42 Carmine si ID 000 First elass stable in 18th at le.wO House on 10th si.. near 5th av 32.HUU For salf.-a four story brown stunk ten p. ment House, In a good neighborhood* si' modern ins pruvements. nrn e $10,mi. JOHN GINTV, No. 12ft F'nurth avenne For sale?a modern built house on wi st ?1 .1 $3P.f?*1 Alao one on WesttJKh et M.'WI One on W*st2Atb st-.-.. lA.OFI One "II Wes-. 22d vt 10.0011 One nu West 20th st 9..MW One on East tMlli st. $7.0UO. sIm, one fur .. 1,501 M. S, MYKRe. 4R1 Broadway F841R SALR-A HOUSE AND LOT lN DIVISION strert, near the Bowery, one In Ka?i Hruadwav one 111 -Madison street, one In f'hvysii?4st.eet. ope In shsrilf streei, one In Klilugtoa street. Apply to P. BKOLIO. 12 Centre street. L>OR BALR-TftR TitCABLB PRorKKTV 4'JB r Broom# at mat. tmar Crnahy, APtj'j tn^ ft H roadway N A BROWN, Ir?oR s4i,k_thk two loth, with rms BnLDiNo. 1 IF! on<l IBM HulM-rjr atrmt, nrar Briaimu Apply to ALLBN A BROW!*, M Broadway. CIOR MAI.E?OR WOULD RXC1IANOF. FOR MODE r rat# prk-nd Into, o ptnca good paying Icnrinant anil ?Pirn Prnprrty down town, frar and Hear. Apply to .fOBKl'H M< (II IRK; Iff Xaaaatl rtmat. F M>R BALK (IN FBI'.) LOW-TWo HOUSES AND LOTS ' In Eighth airoot, juat waatof Fifth arenuo, lull ?li?. In giiod order; will bo wild nepurately or together. not leate bold Apply to R. If. LUDLOW k CO.. Ea. 3 I'ln* atrooA IfiOR NAI.E?OWINO TO THE OWNER'" OOINO ' abroad on a. ouiilof health, and will aell low, a full front, MM feat, on fifth arenoa. Juat ahoya Forty-fourth atrnot; oinloontly mlanlatnd for a manalnn hottae on tht Pa. rialan ?y?tnni; Urma faroratila lo partlaa wlahinc to tan prof* for that purpooa. for larna apply to B. H. LUD LOW A CO., No. 3 fine Ureal JjtOR BALK?AR ELKO ANT BROWN STORK HOUSE. _ Thirty.Iblril-trnat, fm nmhi'd <-..rnid?-to, billiard room and all Improremaota. Apply to U. H. HhNKDICT A CO.. 31 Plnaatrnet. hlOK HALE CHE AP-A CORNER FOCKHTOKY IIOUBR 1 on Saw-nth araiiua, with the adjoining Hour* Will ha aotal ?ary low, and term* made to exit. T. MrRVlLT, M Third ayitnna. HOISR FOR BALR.-A POUR HTORY BROWJ* atona front, with all tha madam ImproTamanta, fur

nlahad, alt oaWd la Forty ninth ? treat, betwer* Feiirth and Fifth areauaa f or paiwaulara itiqulra of T. A ARUAiaL, i|l ?|d ill fp*j*AT. """ " " H( CITY KRAI. KSTATE FOR 9AI.E. roi'HE* for sale. furnished and unfuk L nishod three -l- -ry h.-h -.'--op, furnished. $lOi?>i I..jit iony-nr-d street. unlurnUued, $>"11110: other,, pr.ces $7,000 to $.Vl.UW FIIKKMaMA CO 212 Broadway HOUSE AND I.OT NO. I<c LEXINGTON AVENUE, for sale, also i?m ill tb- neatest and best boilt Hou?m In Flftv-tnird iim, between KewgE Miff i'lurd ereBUtW. For particular* apply u> JOSEPH MidDIEE, U$ Nassau at reel. JACOH 8I1ARPK. SO. Oft PIMM STREET, OFFKBH for aale the following Houses*?First r!a-? brown atone House on 37th street, near 4th a*., first class brown stone Honae on 48th it, near ftlh ar,: let .-las* brick House on 17th at . near 6tb av. Also 11,mm in all porta of the city. Jacob sharpk. no. ? pink street. S story high lloop House. East 17th at $10.0HU I story high stoop llouae, KM at 18.000 4 atory brown atone House. AM at 14.400 A new 9 atory high sloop Houses. Gld at 9,000 9 atory high stoop baaement House, East lfttb at 14,(11) g atory brown atone House, Leilugton ar 19,000 I BANE FOR KALE ? A J,ft MO LEASE FOR KALE. J Inquire on the premiere No. 12 Howard street, corner of Elm. Lots for rale 20 pf,r cent below auction prices, at from $900 to $94,000. ______ T. J. McEVILY, 860 Third arenue. Lots on third, fifth and eihhtu avenues; also on West F.-rt v-flfth atrrat and Kaat Slitr-tlrat street, for sale cheap, by ISAAC HONIO. 94 l'lnc alrret, room 4 Lots ?choice central park lots on eighth arenue. Fifth and Madison avenues; also on the streeta adjoining JOSEPH MASON, 29 Pine street Magnificent city and COUNTRY residence. In suburbs of Brooklyn, near the Husbwtck arrnue boulevard, convenient to oars, for sale or exchange for brick House In Brooklyn worth $19,000 to $14,UUU Superior and commodious house and grounds, finished In hard wood. Ridge wood water, gas, furnace; splendid siabie, carriage bouse; fine garden, choice varieties of frnlta. Photograph with JOHNSON. MILLER A HALL, 1$ Nassau strec*. Murray hill.?for kale, thbek four story and baaement Houaea on Stkth avenue, opposite the Crystal Palace grounds; can lie connected fore first class hotel. Apply toG. B. SMITH, 101 West street N-OTICE.?HOUKKR FiiR SALE. For au assortment from ffi.000 to $10,000 For an assortment, from 14,0(10 to 30.000 For an assortment, from 90.(100 to AO.firtl For ?n assortment. from Ml.not) to 19ft 000 See our printed dnaeriptire list, to be issued Monday, Feb ruary 4 POTTER BROTHERS A BELLAMY, No. 9 l*lue street up stairs. OWNERS OF REAL BKTATB WHO WISH TO SELL or let will find It to their adeantsge to call and leare ftruculara with T. J. McKVILY, Beat Estate Broker, 862 hlrd arenue. ON PARK AVENUE (MURRAY HILL)?A PRETTY three giory high stoopmsrhle front House; all linprore tneuta and in gis(d order. Ixsotion delightful. JOSEPH MASON, 29 Pine street. . CTORE PROPERTY?ON THE NEW BOWERY, DIVI O slon, Duane, Greene. Houston. Jacob and Gold streets, for sale cheap, by ISAAC HONIO, 14 Piue street room No. 4 TO BUILDERS.?I HAVE FOR 8AI.E SEVERAL DK slrable Building Lota, with and without builder's loan, oa very Incurable terms. _ _T-i MrKT"It"Y' 862 Thir<1 av?nue CTH AVKNCB. ABOVE TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET.? tj First i loss full sized high stoop brown stone nouee. su perior order. very cheap; ethers, on soil near Fil th avenue, very desirable; $26,0U) to $140,000; some with stables. w. r. SEYMOUR. 171 Broadway. inn PRIVATE RESIDENCES FOR SALE?IN THIS IvO city and Brooklyn, well located Prices $n.000, $10,000, $14000 to $30,000. For lull particulars apply to A. SERGEANT, 21 Wall street. ?Q Kftfl CASTI.?MODERN THREE STORV HIGH ifO.oUU stoop brown stone House, in Morris plsce (West Forty.seeonif street, near Tenth sreune): house 20i|f,. lot half the block. Apply at 317 Greenwich sir cel. a?Q nnn KOR A three story high 8TOOP |P</.(";U brown stone House: nicely located; modern improremeuts; rented for $1,900: great bargain. 8. F. IRELAND, Ml Broadway. Q>Q enn FOR A DWELLING HOUSE-ON WEST F Washington Place; $13,000 for a three ?tory high basement Houaa, replete with all modern Improve meats, desirably located up towu; also one at $ll.Wl sad oaa at $19.00$. FEED A. PKTBR8KN. ArehTtect, Na. $,*$ Pine street. <ti ^ nnn will bdy a ?mjijwi? new and (plO.UUU elagantlf finished faur story 8lore and finishad basement Houaa on Third avenue, near sistlath street Rent. $1,980. T. /. McKVOjY, M Tbtrd aseeuo. HRtlOVLY* BBALiaT^TE FURULF.. ATWtllK ?OBT AND RISE BASEMENT HOUSE, repiate wltfcmudera improvement*. in a nary daatrabie loeatloa. near PrngBwR park, for selweheep. FIlfclK A. PETERSEN, Architect, Ne. 6M Pine street A DESIRABLE RBEIDENCJ* AND TWO LOT* OF A ground, en Leftrt? arenue, near Prospect park tor sale lew If purchased at hace. *w FRED A. PETERSEN. Arehlteei No. 6H Pine street. Brooklyn heigktb.?pgr salk. house 99 Sidney place; has gas. bath, hot and cold water; $lft.ontl; furnished throughout; immediate poaseeeiou. Call from4 to 6 o'clock, BROOKLYN PROPERTY.?SEVERAL DESIRABLE D first class Residence* on First Ann Second planes and Clinton sireet. Also a treat Collate House auil two Lots ?f ground on the corner of Nineteenth etre-'t and Fourth are* nue, Brooklyn. Apply to ALLEN A BROWN, $1 Broadway CjlULTON AVENUE. NORTH SIDE. CORNER OF 1 Ailelpbi street.?The brick Storaa, 4?, 437 and 422, will sell at a bargain; half eau remain on mortgage; are In good order. _ JOSEPH KELLY. 491Fult*n avenue. POR SALK-THE LARGE THREE 8T0RY DOUBLE r House, with bank aitension. .734 Washington arenue, near Oete* arenue. Krooklyii. with eight J.ota or ground, eft tending through to Hamilton street, with stable on the rear street. The house has two parlor*, aiding room, dlnjnc room, botlrr's pantrr, kitchen, laundrr on first floor; sli bedroom* on each of the other floors sod two bathrooms and three v sterelo*ets. Thagrftnnd la well stocked with grape . vines, fr'ilt trees and -mall fruit Apply ?" "<e promise!, from 2 to 5 o'clock, or address D. A T., w>? 1,334 Post office, ; New York. i For sale?in Williamsburg, a neat pott you. containing seven room*, si Ma ted on Teelith slre--l, lie'.ween South Third arnl South Fourth street*, will be sold cheap and on reasonable term- Apply to GKuKGE GW1 SNE, on the premises. L^OR SAI.R?NEW TWt) STORY AND BASEMENT r Wick llouae, on Attantu arenue, neat" Cl?saon; all modern Improremenis; terms u> suit. Inquire of F. T, JOHNSON, .4 Wall htrcel. New York. FOR SALE?BFHT I'A) IMG PROPERTY ON FULTON avenue, (north side i Brooklyn; aim on other arenue*, and Prospect Park property. MAtJOMBBM, 321 Fultoo ?v? one, near Kill--'t pla -c. CYREENWOOD OEMITERY LOT.?FOR SALE, AT 1 ?ireei-'vood. a deix aide single J ot, on high ground. I'or particulars spplv at I.'th Front ?(ieet. m?IF. MODERN THREE SToRY NF.w BRICK IIOUKK I tciegantlv Furnished): all the modern heprovementa. n<-ar Gates avenue; with posse i*lon. a bergatks must ho solo POM.I.ON. ItX) Broadway. UOUKTR1 REAL fTsTATEB IWR IIALE. COUNTRY RKSIPKNCB WITH Id ACHES OF _ _ land, for sale, situated on the direct road from King* bridge to S'onkeis. and ?-?lually nlstanl li'-m Yonker* and id?tin rtr A liru KG i - late i'r|t-ii? on the HnJoin'rlver: the bouse I* roomy, in perfect order, aud the Iver.tuiu. being t?i high ground, is perfe,-tir health*; the-labia i* new .nil cni.tnnoiioii*; the garden is wrll lo- aled and bherallv supplied with fruit trees; buskcM and v'?e?. and is eounected with e go-Ml orchard. For fin tber particulaia apply t?i WtCrtiB UNDKRHILL, Agent, Yonkera. N. Y. A 912,$*) COUNTRY RK>rDF.N<TC, FURVISHKD, FOB aale or etchance.?Posv>>-sioii now or May, withiu 7 mile* or I'tty llsll; large Gothb" hiinse; every modern im provement eiceptga*. ttal-Ie. cow barn, hennerr. pivgrry, two s< ies land ; near three strain railroad*, ffi 0i?> to $m Oft I ou niorigagc, or very easy terras. Address hot 773 Post office. New Y ork. unARMING COUNTRY RESIDENCE AT COLD ?prnig. near the depot; beautiful view of the Ilud-on opposite \Vc?d Point; ahundance of fruit; house roiitalus a,I improreinenU; prim $10,000 JOSEPH MASON. 29 Pine street. A B BKROKM HEIGHTS PROPERTY.?A HANDSOME RK. aldeuoe, M room*, I'uux water. A< . two Iota, Oral neighlwrhood. $A,"UO. terina very eoay; alio to th< um? vicinity a two atory and eitenafnu Ifoiiae, JO rooma. two lo'a faOut). a modal Cottage. with carriage hou.e, $fi of"; on a with nearly 3 lota, $A.uUO. on* for $4 Oil) with twn lar,;a .ota. (?HN n. PLATT. oppoalta Oonrt Hnnte, rindann City. ) r.CT V HEIGHTS PROPERTY -FOR HALE. OB eavy terma. ?r?r fifty h?ti<laoni? Kealdencea, aituved In the tnn1?? of 8 ret claaa improvementa in Heigcn, lltidvon t.'itv and vicinity. ?MlllS II. PI.ATT. oppoait* Conn Houte, Hudaon City. / lOCNTIJY RESIDENCES TOR SALE -ON THK BANKS 1of the lludaon, at altnoal any atatlon between thla ctty and Albany. Panirulara, pro-*, Ac., with H CMMKRHON, 441 Eighth a van tie Hhoi'VTRT RESIDENCES FOR HALE-ON THE BANKS uf tba llndaon.'at luwooU, Rpuytau Uuyvtl, Rlvi-rlale. Ynnkerv. Haatlnga. Dnbba' Ferrv, Irvlnglon. Tarrviawn, Nyaak. King Ring, t.'rotnn, F.a?t HaverMraw, Teekektll. < Jnr rlaon'a. Cold Spring and PonghtAMMde. Immediate totae. alon given and lerma made eaav. Further pcrtloulara with 8 KMHKR8QN, 141 Eighth avenue CiorirntY heats at orange. nilbcrn, si mmit, / Mountclalr, BrookBald. Belleville. P.ltrubetli. Port t thea ter, on rtiaian IMand. and on the llnd-oa, lor aalaby PHED A. PETERSEN Architect No. AW Fine afreet c Farms for sai.e in wkbtohester, rope la nit. Orange, Putnam, lJI?t*r and Dutch ma ronnUra, con taining from 10 to 300 arrea; two Farm a l? let near Tarry town. Particular*, price, Ac. with H KMKi.K.MiN, 431 Eighth avenue. _____ fiUR* FOR HALE OR EXCHANGE-Soil L'ITT PEOP 1 any. contlatlng of 116 act-**. In Jericho; one of th* beat on L*ng laiaad; all tha Block and Panning dentil* can he bought ata reasonable prl.-e. Apply tu JESSE J DAYIH, Piano Action Factory, 'ill Hiith atreot, New Yoik. INARM* AND POITNTRT 8EATH FOR SVI.K-IN NEW J1 Jeieey. Woalrhnater coimiy, Hudson liver, Connacllctil, Ac. naar etlp. at varinu* prlcea. JOHNSON. MILLER A HALL. M Na?an Mi cel. F1ARMS AND COUNTRY SKATS IN NEW JENNET for ??!#.?Country aeata near ilia depot*, irom $:!,?*) to $26,000, at Metuckio, ltahway, Woodhndm. with from I ?map law; Farm*. $110 per acre opto $|*F Partiea a tailing to Hot would do wall to write what they would like, or call at Alt Broadway. _ CAMPBKI.L. KELLY i CO. |pOR HALE?A HANDSOME COTTAGE. WITH r ground lAOilAA alBonth Bergen. N.J. Honaecontat' i ? rooma. healda kitchen, Ac.; Uouae In flrat rat* order, t* n hot and cold water, bathroom. Ac ; stable Mid all iei*< oolbilllding*. Plenty of fruit of lb* chidrt ' 1 ?ell wifh or without furniture. For ? rl> *? t -t? u'u a apply to ALLEN A BltoWN M Ry>.a1*a FOR I ALE?AT POJi rcilR-IKS. Wirsn 1U'. flit county, a n?at |l**i?t?nrr, t ,r the d*t >? t? ??'?? oom*: ffilriji f'? T w mU' COl"NTHV RRtti RSTATK !"?? <*M5. FiHIK SAI.K -A DOUBLE CUPOLA HOI HE FILLI D In with brick; loo mloiitha' walk from Tn-moat. Weal cli'Uri o.uuty depot; cnuiiuuuicstioo Willi ttir city crrrjr hour, a large portion 01 th# money oan rem, in oo bond aud mortgage. Apply to K. 9. KM MKT. 64 WiUnun sireei LTUR HALE.-I HAVE KIR SALE, AT A QUIT BAR. I goto. a Steam Sawmill, new and In ekcelleut running order altuated In the midst of an immense of plna timber of the tim et quality. Kor particulars addrers M .ll, box 216 Herald office. IjTOB 9ALE-AT IRVINOTON. OH TUB HI DSOV, near the demit. a nice Gothic i .tuee, one are of am 4 land, fruit, shrubbery aad handsome ahtide tree", oerrl-gc bouse and stable. Aram opportunity in thia t'lmloe loca tion . immediate poaaesslon Price low and terms easy Tar Uculars with 8. KMUKUgON.CH Eighth avenue. EYOR SALE?SO AORRs ON LONG TRLAND, WTT1I F "iTe!"u* and fruit , gj.qoi). Cottage Houee, wRh furiU turn; 7 lots, variety of lrult.near IUrleui Brijg.., $2,7U0i PRKBMAN A CO., Jiff Broadway. FOR SAI.E-A BRICK OOTHIC COTTAGE. WITH stable, Ac., and hair an acre of land, a* Wapplnger'e Kails, N. T. Address J. Faulkner, Jr.. Wapuiuger'sKaHa. or T. M. Cossena, 1S4 Pnarl street New Turk FOR SALE?ACRES. FIVE MINI! TKu KROM Blooming View depnt, SU'en Island, bouse has ten rooms, abundaooe of fruit aad shade treat Price gin ami. Will be exchanged for Koiekerbt aker lee sioi-x or city pro perty. R. II. (10FF, 77 Gedar at reel. 1 FOR 8ALB-AT TREMONT. WESTCHESTER COUNTY, a substantially Mill! House, containing twelve rooms, With ono quartar aora of around, well lanf out with trim. ebrnbbery, Ac., and a One henndryln the rear of tbo pro, erty. location perfeetly healthy, within ffvs mioutec' walk of the Harlem depot and thirty minutes' ride of Twenty-siitu street Price S4.OU0, half eath; balance for a torm nf rear.. Apply to or address B. C., tare Of John M. Burnett, 61 Wil liam street. FOR SAI-B?a neat two story basement AN (1 attic House, 13 apartments, nearly new; SO minutes from the city; the location on the eastern slope o' Ststen Island, not surpassed for health, baanty and coovnnirnce; prlca $8,000, with orer aeven lota. Address J. W? box 2,612 Post s&l en, For sale cheap?a good three story brick House, Store and Lot on the corner of South sixth street and Newark avenue, Jersey City, on reasonable terms. Aleo, 9X260 will buy a three atory f rame llousa and Lot at SIS Railroad avenue. Jeraev City. Apply to ALEX ANDER WILSON, House Agent, J6Montgomery stieet, Jer sey OMy. or at 278)< Grand street. I BOB RALE VERT CHEAP-A GOOD BRICK HOUSE, 12 room a laeres nf good land, abundance of fruit, shade, Ac., on the river bank, shove larrytnwn. 8. KMBERHON, 421 Eighth avenue. HGBOKKN -HOUSES TO SELL OR LET. AND LOTH for sale. Apply to J 8. DL'NLOP, 79 Washington street. Uoboken. HOBOKF.N ?FOR HALE. TWO DESIR ABLE HOUSES, on Blooratteld street. For particulars spply to I be owner, 294 Garden street, Uoboken. IF.A0 MINKS.?KOR BALE. A VALUABLE PROP J erty, located in Missouri, within sixty miles nf the best lead market in the United States, on the line of a rsilrosd. The property oonststs of three true Assure veins; trill he sold cheap on easv terms or plseed in the handa of responsible pel ties as lbs basis of a company. I. BtKVP.NSON. 27 Wall street. ? TWO HANDSOME COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR J. sale, on Wbltastone avenue, Flushing, L. I. Apply to Dr. R. 8. HOUGHTON on the premises. WOULD EXCHANGE 600 ACRES OF LAND IN WEST Virginia, trnar railroad, fer carom Billiard Table, with Kod cushions sud halls. Titls to tsod subject to examlua n Address 160 South Fourth street, Philadelphia, Pa. ?1 QfW\ IN CASH WILL BUY A TWO STORY AND basement brick Houae in Jersey City. Uas, water, range ami marble mantels; 93.000 sail remain on bond and mortgage Also a three story and basement hrlck, price 94.2U0. Apjlj to A K BURLEW, 12U Newark aveuue, Jersey City. 4Q Ann WILL BUY a FINE WATER POWER, 21 ?pO.UxIU feet head; mill three stories, 36x60 feel. 4(1 horse power. 2nseres of land; good dwelllnc and outbuild logs; IHrnllci. iren Now Tork. Also for sale, exchange or 'ease City Loth, 1 ? Timber Lands, Corn, Wheat, To ?seeo, R'-* ane t Plantations on favorable terms. ? ?; A. MATTHEWS A CO.. . rsl Commission Merchants and Real Estate Brokers. .30 New street, offices 30 anil 31. OtTO HAH ?:* or about 120 acres. ?' oents, friitt trees. Ac.; twen ty miles liom Neiv Vo. uu Northern Rs'iroad of New Jersey, fur sale. Imir." "."session. JAM! IV H HBLKR. Ill Broadway. HEAL ESTATE AVANTKU. House wanted?to purchase ok lkakb: ob dlaary sine, betwwn Seventeenth and Twenty-sixth streets. Fonttb nodtUxMl avennee. near Broadway preferred. Add reus, Mating KtesUua *nd terms m futt, box 3.-M Post Real kstatm wanted.-from go to mm pkbt fronton the Blnomtngdsle mad or near It. betweeu Beveuty-flrst and 100th atresia, foPOtll cash. Address, with plot and price. DeaUsi, 394 Sixth aveuue. TEN.EMKBT PJM) PEWIT WANTED TO BUY OR leasi?The highest market value given. Apply to A. B. GIBBONS A CO.. 448 Broome i" ' w WANTED?A COUNTRY SEAT ON THE BANK OF THE Hudson. lOor 16aeres. with garden. fruit trees, good water, Ac. Address W. H. A., box 2,349 Pont offlee, N. Y. WANTED?IN THE NINTH WARD. A THREE STORY brick Houae. in good order, with modern cunvenlenoes. In a first class neighborhood, In the Ninth ward only; price must not rxeeed $8,(100. State dimensions, terms, street, number, when possession, Ac., Inquirer, box 206 llerald ? - ANTED?TO PURCHASE FOR CASH, SOME WELL located Tenement Properly. JOSEPH Met) LIRE, IIS Naasau street. WANTED?AN OLD-VABHIONED, ROOMT HOUSE, south of Fortieth street; net to exceed 98,600. Address, ?toting particulars. Leo, box 1S3 Herald oflive. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?FIHST CLASH FARMS, tTounlry Heats, Residences, New Jersey, near .New Vorh: <Sty Property, New York, Brooklyn. Kor sale, 1'arm near Elisabeth. U. T. SMITH. 139 Broadway. WANTED TO PURCHAHK-A MEDIUM SIZED House, from Fortieth to Sixtieth street and from Third io Fourth avenue. Please give price, location, lerma, Ac. Addreas It, Herald ofllee. TITANTED TO PURCHASE?FOR CASH. A GOOD TV brown alone fiont House, on Brooklyn llelghis. Prl<-? about 92U IHA). Addrtwv, with full par,i.:ulars, K.t box i.tvAi New York Post office, XXTANTED TO PURCHASE?A THREE S TORY HIGH TT sump House, having modern Iniprovsmenls and good surround ngs, In the Eighth, iNlutli or Fifteenth waid, at ab?u glb.ixKi, must be well worth u rive xsked. TIIOS. V. FISH. Pin. reef yitanted to purchase for cabh?a gkn. TT teel three xtnrv House well locate'], below Thlrt} eighth stri ct and east of Fourth avenue S. F. IRELAND. 201 Broadway. K41II 1AM# A RARE UIIANOP..-FOR sale. T1IB HT'M K iM> business of i Retail Dry Grinds Store. The Store i hnndenuicly furnished an 1 fitted complete, with splendid awning ind signs, with all the neee-snary Klv'nres r,nd Fur niture, srieh ss Us rpet Stools. Mlrrt.r. Show ease. Clock aid Heater, evervtiling iu complete working ocler, w. -h will h? remed wilu the store for one or more veara. The Stork is small and will be ?old on eusy terms. For further y Glen h,is Inquire on the premises, 234 Grand street AViUlmu*. burg A PAPER ROUTE IN HAKl.KM FtHt HAGK. Apply in coal office, corner of Thlrty n'ntb slreei and Slit.i avenue. A1.IIJ.IES BANKING SAFE FOR MALE CHEAP; two medium Safes of llerrin.t's sod Mart in's nisk one Running Desk; Fairbanks Scales at f'henlx Safe t otn pany, 28 Liberty street. A WELL ESTABLISHED SEWING MACHINE RUSI ness lor s..!r W Hr. ikly r. a ftnrnai?' I- S and dihrr eiUa indiK.Tiiu nt? ol' -rvd. ill beaiib lite rausc of se ling. Address <7. L. T.. Post office. Brooklyn. \ LARGE SIZED I.ILLIK FIRE AND Bl KGLAR proof Safe for sale cheap; a! o two medium sited Kales of Herring's and Marvin a make, anil one small Safe. H. G. QUIRK, 72 William street. \RARK CI? A NUB.?FOR BALE, STOCK. FIXTURES and Lease of a first class laro . ml fancy gomle stare, doing an ercellent business satfafscior" renin- giv. n for selling out. Inquire at MYERS A Hl'lEtiRL'S, JFI Canal k!.a.|, or At 786 Broadway. \ FIRST GLASS DRY GOODS STORE. IN THE BEST locality III Grand street., with Fix'urca aad Ceimluis for sale. Apply at 437 Grand strast, N. Y. (TORNEK LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE -GOOD LEASE. J low rent and licen-ed; for sals cheap Apply io UKTF.R M.gUADK, 220 Pearl slreei. FT FID STORE POR SALE UIIKAU-Bl TWKU.N 1 Fdglity fourth snd Eighty-fifth street,, on Third sve. nue. Inquire on premises. G. KKLI.EK, Yorkville. JjM XI !'RKS FOR SALE- SUITABLE I'OR SIIOF. Bl AN r MH Apply *144 Do; HNli Fv?* sale?a rrsii oil factory, with boats an I \>t?. capable of worktn* 1X0 Ulk) (tub per day. Ad drr?a ho? New Y<>i < i'umi uiTi'-e. FV)R RACK-A WELL ESTABLISH i n M1LI.IXF.KY Store. WW Eighth atrntie. between Tbirty-?l*hth and Thirty-ninth etroeta. Stock, Ftiturcaand t-ootl Will "LTOF WALK?THE STOCK, FIXTURES ANI? OOOf> r Will of Ihr brat Millinery Store in tha city, Willi a lirat aliea trad*. Apply al JU Eighth even tie. IJHlR HALE ?A 3W? OALLON COPPER STTLL. WITH " Dntiblar. Ile?iar, Cooler, Fumpr, I two and Tuna. Ad | drt?'t rad Nooien, Brooklyn roat odloa for four day?. I NOR SALE?A PAPER lUNUjKO AND OILCLOTH . ' Store. Stock, fixture* and tfoml will. 140 H'ldron ?? I TOR SALE-TWO CORNER LIQUOR STORK'S off Fourth rerun#. llcenaa paid. Apply ooriiar Twelfth ?treet and Fourth avenue. P. CUFF. For sale?lease and fixtures of a oood htifllnaaa Stand, aatahluhrd 20 yexra, So. I I'lv labia atreet. earner CatharHia, cauae of aellit.a the owner retir ing frota bualneaa; noaaeeaicn immediately. Apply to Wil liam llalliulay. on iha prrmlvea. For sale?the stock asi? fixtures of a Lad-re' Fanny Sldre Id a food bualnea* part of Hlith I avenue, aixr ttllt) feet two han lecmr allow wlad'rws; I in - mediate |H>a?eaalon. Apply at 4VI Suth arcane, one hoii<e below the earner of Twerny-a^h'A etrr.v F""or HALF?STOCK. FIXTURES AND LEASE OF Tloiiee t'f a cigar at ore, eviauiiaiied tan ye-tra. Addtrra E. O., rlafen A. ______ fltOE <M.E-SToCK. FIXTURES AND OOOO WTI I Ol r a r.e tlrnoery Store. Apply on the pre- iters. All Wilt ifHbfwwi at.-edi , _______ KTOfl \ t FIRST CLASS URt .M|? FANCY ?' i ml* I uiu.eaa, located In on* of t! - moat thriving 1 t III Weaiern Sew York, a a ?i caab buaniaaaT at a about SP.ilin, all new; heitnf reaaooa tor arllliu, m 1 terrain offered. For partl?ul ire *oUj Vj ll.tiUi .r, !l. CLAIIKF. KM Broadway. *pon SALE-A COMPLETE SET OF QfUU KRY FIX * HE*. (>4W|L^t?B4M4diiLtraB(t? . icon ?A(.E. IADR 1AI.E?THE ilOOD WILL, STOCK ASn >1*. I lure* of ?uo!ile?U,'ll?li? <>v?tei Bk1im.ii new dolus a guod eaall business. K?ll? .,-r'. ry ressnua for selling. Coll ot iH Third iTfnuc, corner of Tl. rty-fifih street. For male?lkaue, fixtcrk*. bidok with ti. rena*. of the well known Mt Nlrholu Restaurant, es tablish 4 for the last twelve y?s.?. uurusi bioslway sud flp.T.g *tr?ei, under the hotel. W.ll he sold chesti a* 'ho owner is goius out of the business Applv on the premises, FOR 8ALR UHBAP-HTORK. LP. 4MK. RT'i* K. AMD Fixture*. In o good location. Inquire of T. H. Dh* KKR, VK1 '"a lit I rlrcet Sew York, lnhTsalk cheap-thi: lease. sroi K and m. r lure* of * Restaurant known a* the Arrtta RMrnt M Twiiltih street, ooruer of Broadway. !uquire .vt AM Canal ?treet. FIOR MVl.E CllEAI'?'TUB FANCY OOODH jtroKB, 140 W istungiou street, Wobcken. N J. F^OR BALK ok TO LKT-A K1NDLINO WuOD YARD, ot 446 WmI Kurty-second street. Hotel for balk or would take a farther; eight* room; fully furuDhed ood lacoaipiera ruoui'ij order, luug lease. rent low. 1BAAC A. B1GUS 4 BOMt 77 Waa?u Afreet. I' KTTEItS.~J0ti.0llO FOR SALE; THE CHEAPEST AM) J beat at tale to adverttan la tu tend circular* to the adoreso of each uainp. Address box 4.737 I'oat ofilre. _____ Millinery and dresrmakino -for bale the Lease, Futures aud good will of a well eatabliebod bnalnraa. id a neighboring dij tuire Aral ntaaa. tare" wtn dnwa. beat aund tu the plaoe. excellent .hance for one able to 1(1*0 superintendence. Adilreaa box 1,MB root office. rro BK SOLD CHEAP IN THE FIRST WaRIV L an emigrant Boarding Hotuw; nine years' leaae from lat May. Apply to WM . IT. MITCHELL, 77 Cedar street. ^ 2URl?CJ STORES IN SIXTH AVENUE FOR KALE, t! in and fiH.HOU; a No a oompiete inedirtne ?heat and a ?et of .uipui.itlon instrument*. Apply at 380 Haul Tenth tireet, f r in * to 10 A. M. or I to 11^ P. M. HLLIAROI. *Ct A LA ROE NUMBER OF NEW ANP SECOND HAND Billiard Tallin*, with our improved combm titun cushions. which hare teeu pro?ed lube the muni corredt and durabln cushion* ev?r made. Specimen* of our table* that have been id oonstan* jro for tunny year* may be aeea in tbn principal hotels and "-loon* In tbla etty. Parttea to. tending to purcbaae will (iud It to Iheli lntcreal to uall and examine our *t"?k, which U the birgc*' a-4 flneat In the world. Hoy*' Billiard Tahlea. _ i'llKLAN A HOLLANDER, 63 to B? Oroeby alreet N.JT TXTB ARE NOW PREPARED TO FrRNIKH VUW AND f* aecond Ixitnd fable*, with our Improved sns.'.- on, at tho ehorteal po*?tblc uolloe. K.'no acta on hand. KA Va.NALM A DKt'kKK. curlier Canal aud Cenl-e Ota. WANTED-A FIRST KATE BROOME HANP BIX porket BILLIARD TABLE, muat he aold cheap, state price and where it can t?- aeuu. Addreaa Boyee, New Haven. Connecticut. UNITED STATES COWWISSIOHEHS COURT. Chartr of MutlBT on Mliiitbourd. Before Commissioner Osborn. The United States vs. Charles Utilev, Chart's Umy, William Weekes, Lewis //. Thonae, Joseph flruntM and AnU>nio Christian.?Tho defendant.*, a* reported In tho Hkbai.d of yeatorday, are charged with having committed tho crime of mutiny on board the American schooner Albert Treat, while on the voyage from the Went Indien to the port of New York. The wiliiesa for the prueeou tlon ?u the master of the schooner, Samuel U Keene, who testified that the mate, Char tee Ko lley, and the other defendant* deprived bint of hi* authority when within about one hundred aud amy mil to of New York. ? Mr. Charles Donohoe apjiearc.l for the accm 'xt The Commleatoner mid It appeared from the evidence that no charge could be maintained against Bruntae, and ordered hint to ha discharged. Rrunta* was then called an a witncas for the defence. He lertified that prior to the time of this difficulty the veiwl waa abort of provisions; that ibev on bad board only two or three day*' food; if tbo eatl had been reefed a* the eaptain wanted It would have taken a week to arrive la port; the wind wua lighter at the time the mil waa ordered to be reefed than it wia before; after tho difficulty Urn crow Hhook out the reef, and tbo vessel carried addlUoual nail for thirty bourn, until they met a pilot ; the male told the eaptain at the time of the difficulty that tf tltey took in the Mil they would be oat ef l*w*?ena haCore may got to New York; the pUotboat was epoken when thaf were within ?wo daya of New York, yet they had to get provisions af the pBot. the eaptela gave hway' *ea4. at "^"c^mtwl^arexamliied emh of, the dafeaRaata, not an oath, aad they ?0 united to aaytng toat they would bam fceea out of provialotif if t?vy had reefed tke aail aa deeirad by the captain. Mr. Charles Donohoe moved to dicmlm the lorepialat, an thagtaood that the order of the captain waa aa un lawful one, and that the evidence showed the men worn joatified In disobeying it. The Commlaaioner Intimated t hat he would paaa upon the point on Monday, and in the meantime would bold the defendants tu appear then on their own reoeg nlraacte. Charge Agaluat a Lawyer. Before Comroisaiouer Belts. The fnitber hearing of the charge against John H. Trapp, a mwyer, of having presented to a United Statea paymaster in this city a forgo*! paper for the purpose of obtaining the bounty of a deceased soldier, waa raeumed. A commissioner beforo whom one of the papers to this case w?* executed testified that his signature was to It He did not remember that Francis l'riest, brother of lbs deceased anhlier, was present on the occasion, bwt pre sumed ho muet have been fiurod uccil to him by the sub scribing witnesses, whom the wi inojsa knew. Commissi mer Hott* informed counsel for Ujo de fendant thai bo should require the attendonce of the subscribing witnesses. They must ebber l? pr?Kiuced or tho;r a) sew e uccountel lor. If this were not done ha would regard it as a matter of grave fiivplcloo. Toe turther bearing of tha case was a^ourned. The Whiskey Frnsda, Before Cumraissiuner Newton. The cxsminaibm of witnesses In the cose of Devlin and Levsu was commenced agnin yc.itardsy morning In Brooklyn. John H.. Mccormick, tho chief clerk of the Aeseeeorofth# ThirOdistrtct, ou iteiag exnmlned by Mr ITn.y as tu Mr. Devlin's registration, lenitlod that Dev lin wits mil mturned hy any assistant aasesaor In that district as n wholesale dealer, and Ihat there <viu* no evl .lence on thuir houkr vl Ins ev er having been returned ?* sti"h ? , M>^?k H. Rlclmrds. A* Uuint A.-se sor In Ihe Third district of the Fifth <11vi*i?n, tc?nilf?l that in July last Devlin registered his nxmo with him a* a wholesale dealer in liquor; he U d nut etsto In his application any place ot b*i?in? ss, nor did h" statu that he had teen a wh-devale dealer the ve?r pr -nous. i har'es T?t?i>s;i, clerk In the ik?l]ector'? office, testified thai Mr. Devlin hud never paid a tpocial lax us a whole sale deu er for this year. Mr. lie Wa? then rosemed his argu?i?ent or the day previous. He ettutuded that it had bean shown that Mr. Devlin hail ic lerel un name us a wlmlaaala detilei, sod thst U< could nut get h:s llcenee till 1ms ap pli ation ? > forwarded to the Collector. He Should not therefore bo b?ld to an .u-.coiiuixblhty Tor the neglect of Mr Northruu, to whom It was entrusted, to deliver it to the Collector. With regard to Mr. I*v,io, he contended thai 't lia*l MS been .hnvvn that he had a separate hntl ne*s Mr. Dev-iln. Ihe ev dcn<a showed Ihat ha was a mere subordinate of Mr. Devlin. Nor waa there anv evidence thai he fraudulently branded liquor, what ever oi'j'hi be said as to the indication* of bribery. He argued that any braad male in presence of or by con sen* of (he inspector was not legnlly punishable. The ?*ee against Mr. Devlin he considered tut one of magnifi cent susptcuui* on a small basts of fnct. The case w;n then adjourned till WoJnesdav morning, when the l)i tricl Attorney will reply. SURROGATE'S COURT. Tne ? lis of the follow tug deceased person* hare been admitted to probate during the po-t work :?Edwnrd "-'.etubach, Robert Th 'tripron, William Rowland, Masgarel J. Do Pewter, Mary C. Nelson, Timothy Onrrnll, Fatnuel Cromwell, John J. Vsrinn, William M. Ungley,? aibarine H. Richard*. . . .. I.etfp* of adtninistrs'ion hsvs been granted on Ihe estate* of Billiard IHjvls. Edward P. K oh ley, Heorge W Armstrong. Jsmo* t'atnpbell, leitie* J. Jos, Joseph I oilier Johm Lut/enr, UnsUv Ranhans, John Rc.hree rler, I homes W.crto, i^mvb* Hei^nuksow, WilUam I .onus. Willi* in ?? ?;ruro. Michael Ifevanny, Thomaa Clancy, Thomas F. Brophy. KHen Rra*Iy, Emll Bom. Cathy flailed, WortLt Kiem, Johann* Kletn. Nlcholan Die* David J. .-avre, Abraltatu E'rankatiberg, Jacob D. Green Charles l>. List*, William Martin. William NeabiU, Patrick dulllvau, Johanna l>ovle, Jamea Hillls, Henry Hughe* William Henry Welsh. Joseph Walker, lAinhm M Webber, -Sarah Wooleey, Louis W. itewetia. COURT OF SPECIAL SESSIONS. Ketone Jasticee Howling and Kelly. .A lengthy, but tn nowise uslntwrteling, llal of cum ,*nv up yesterday before the magistrates. Nona of tb> (?ton"* reooonaed by either complainant or defendant art worth* of special attention. a brief rdrwetd of name* being sufficient es a record of the proceedings. The in dividual* whore name* follow were arraigned to answer the charge of assault. and battery, the depositions made 01 e?h ??are being duly art lorth:?John Rome*, sen trnc i suspended; John Connors, fined $35 John Har rington, tiky Prison twenty da**; Thomas Mareh, sen tence-impended; CMrtee Oetdbaek, lined 110; Pmnrie Hurke, sentence *> timied, Thonrm-vCroxby and Patrick Kelly, g.scbarged; I.e?l Kdgar, d yonarged; M. J. 81b Oone, discharged On tb<- charge of petty larrenv the following parties | Were arraigned ior trial:?Patrick (Stafford, remanded for ? sentence; Jamoa Clark and beorge K nipper,.remanded; Charles rctmonr, Penitent arj four months, Henry Roes, sentence to spend* d; James Bores, acquitted; Mary Ann i Moloney and Kli/a Reynolds (young gtrlsl. sent to too I House of Kefuge, Ifcsanna I-*t>der *od ;<arah Keiiy, I peniieotiat* Ihre* moOlbsesch, Edward Koib, sentence | suspended ? Resign Odey, (flscbidfed; Patrick Flanagan, discharged; Philip linger, discharged; James McCusn, a 8Andiew'Jordan, arraigned to answer ? cruelty to animal. preferred by a the accused driving a horse wholly uufltforarllve service, was On-nt 0; John MoMmM, in the act of cruelly Mating a bor?? barnasned to bin Joh'n*Vocssisr' and .Tames P Caor, charged Wi ll violating the MlisMM oi the KMM law. weru ar raigned. the '.imor individual bemd aceu.ited, Cpia wm lined