Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 4, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 4, 1867 Page 3
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SOAtOBRI ARD LODeERI WARTlfi. I A FRONT ROOM AMD HALL BEDROOM. ON THE A second floor furnished. to lei separately or together, %Hh Board, ta a private family. fame reasonable Apply y ?8 Beat Nineteenth street. & T FRANKFORT HOUSE, CORNER OF PHARKFORT and William street*, SM rooms: put redaction la ; 36c, tolOe. par day; BlflO to $S per weak. Open all At an WK8T forty-second strbrt-front akd rear Rooms on the third floor, neatly furnished: hat and sold water; to let, ta a gentleman and wife, with good Beard, la a private family. A FRONT PARLOR; ALSO A BACK PARLOR TO hrt, wtth Board. Apply at IS Ninth arenua, Aral door From Twenty-third street; terms moderate. A GENTLEMAN AMD WITM OB TWO SINQLB GEN. lloieD can be aeoommodatodwtl^ large Boom on the M Boor, with Htauloa and closets, wttt ftrat elaae Board. Apply at H Wool Twenty-oUth Mr?t a SECOND FLOOR FRONT ROOM, NICELY FUR A nisbed, to M, with Board; family small. Can at 168 fct Tsnthaircol, between Broadway and Third avenue. A FAMILY ABOUT LEAVING FOR THR BOOTH would rolot their ault of four Rooma on th? flret floor, elegantly furnlahed. wtth flrto dauplnt* !?%}*? ApP'iLV No 7 Gntmercy Park, or to 8. 8. ASHLEY, U Namau abwot, third floor. A FURNISHED BOOM TO LET TO A SINGLE . gentleman, In Uio private bouse, MB Budaon street, aoar Canal street _____ ATM WASHINGTON FLACR NEAR. NEW YO?C HoW, Hp a flrat daaa house.,two ^ handwmaa oo^. munkmUng Parlor* with mention, on the flrit floor, to itti, with private table, if preferred, AWBLL VtBNIBHW) FOURTH WORY' *{'*9 a third story Hall Bod room to lot, with Board, in a Hr* c^m hoWNo. ? Weet Hgbtoentb atroot, noar Fifth aaonuo. References exchanged. A NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM TO BKNT-TO A atnele een'leman, at 0 Baft TMrtOOnt1 street. In prt eale family ?bou?e haa modern improvement*. terma mod? onto; rofweness eichanged. A wo TV A TR FAMILY. AT 48 WEST TWELFTH atreot re" accommodate a gentleman and wlfmand two gentlemen with furnlabed Room* and Board; eervanta Hd children not taken; referencea required. A T MB ART FOURTH STREET?A 8ECONDSTORY A front Room and Hell Room connecting, to let, with S?t ?1?? Board. Private Uble If deelrcd. -TWO LARGE ELEGANT ROOM9 AND SINGLE . Room, with Board. 34* Weft Forty-aeoond street, one block west of Broadway. Agreeable parties more deairable than high price*. References. AT M WEST TWENTY-THIRD 8TREBT?A SUIT OF pleasant front Room*, furnished, with Boartfc private ?able If deelred; references. A PLEASANT ROOM TO LET?FURNISHF.D, WTTH ont Board, to gentlemen only. In a flrat claae private house. Apply et MO West 81iteenth street. __ A FEW SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN OOTAIN PLEA. sant furnished Rooma. with full or partial Board, at ho. East Fourth street Reference* required. A PRIVATE PAMILY WILL LET. WITH BOARD, two large nicely furnished Rooma, In Beventv-elghth street, eighth houee east of Third avenue. Gas, batb, Ac.; terms moderate. r A LARGE ROOM AND ADJOINING ROOM. SUITABLE I A for two gentlemen, to let, with Board, at 346 West Twen to-Moond'*tr*ot. . I a T apfiF PARLOR TO LET?ON 8ECOND PLOORf IN A VpHviSeliouee wlSorwlthout Board, at 113 Bleecker ?treat, six block* west of Broadw ay. A PARLOR FLOOR TO LET-EN SUITE OR SINGLE; also a few pleasant Rooma, with or without Board, at llfl Weat Ninth street, a few dooi* from Broadway. a T 149 NINTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY AND Fourth avenue.?For genUemen only, without board, r furnished 81Utng Room, with double Bedroom. A T 174 AND 176 BLEECKER STREET, SIX BLOCKS A .mi of Broadway.?Pleasant Rooms, with excellent Board; $4 80 to $16 per week. Families accordingly. * A SUIT OF ROOMS, ON SECOND FLOOR, FOR A gentleman and wife; also single Rooms, with Beard. Apply at34 Weat Eleventh atreet, near Broadway. A FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO LET?WITHOUT board, at 77 Market street. New Tork. a VERY HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BOOM IN A A magnificent brown stone nanaton. In thebeat tooat'on to the citv can be obtained rent free by e gentleman will i ng to toaa J^OUoTon undoubted security, 'at 7* per cent intereet. AT U0 BLEECKER STREET-ROOM81 TO LET, WITH Board, to families aed etngto genUemen. . *\ LARGE AND WELL FTONtBHKD boom, AND A one small one to let, together or ??P*?t*ly *'t.bh0.?llt mat Board, at-. 1,147 Brosrtway, near Twenty-sutb atreet. Terma moderate. to first cUasTBoard? to French and) Gorman styles. . a ,n?sista waRRIKD COUPLE OR THREE A- JouagginUaimsmflSdajnwi home jt rj^o sBo prices. References exchanged. 101 Rant Thirtieth at. A FR1VATB FAMILY WILL LRT A H ALL BEDROOM, ?A vrith or without Board. Durable loeatJon .n.1 oon TarilTnl " Terms very moderate. Apply ate King ntreet . a w vvrt TWENTY-THIRD 8TRRBT AM.?NEWLY w&aatoK&B&m Tin ARD ?Ti WEST THIRTY .EIGHTH STREET, ROOMS B handsomely fnrm^heA singly or In sniU. Alao com flprUbifl HaU Rooi*. OATtn a RR8PRCTABLB XlflDLK AOBD LADYe ti ?oTt cb*d?n ^ boartrra would ^^moda^ * peetahk lady desirous of securing and home at tootlotr Address Mr*. .Ianew?y. hoi V aUtlon F. j Bftinn ni a PRIVATE FAMILY UP TOWN?A 0 Rnrfand family In Flfty-flrat ttrfflt ,id twelve I1*entlenl*n end wile or two single persons; Sft?SSS?i reapecUbUlty may reply. a AOreas Episcopal. Herald ofllco. - wu BOARD ?A SBCOND STORY FRONT ?* B? ??linten pi.ee ? Spanl.h ?od Germsu spoken. JWSEpKrSfJ"' SSnwoaw above Porty second street. 'wvdivaTB BOARD-ANY LADY CAN FIND A RE Kjs&rsgy ESH!EE5,fl: UXhlrd street, betsreen Slith and seventh avenues. raara ?s!% run-?arPF.it b omen por insurance, WWffoMBR*>?gKnA '.TRTfa ? street. mo LET?A FOUR "TORY HIGH STOOP DWELLING I House, mi Twelfth street, A few door* W?| of Broad way ; rant fa.W0. Addreee A. O. M.. Herald oflloe. rl.RT?WITH FIRST CLASS BOARD, AN ELK gently furnished Front Parlor, on fblrd floo-; alto aev. oral am*llor Room oa third aad fourth Boon. honae heatod. B Bond street. r LET?ROOMS, FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED, at 1,MO Broadway. Price $3 and $A par week. A Lao a Hamad Floor of three room*, inquire at l.MD Broadway, Mar Fifty- aereolh street. PpO LET-DBSIRABLR, EI.KOANTLY FURNISHED X Front Rooms, on aeeood floor, with or without Board, la the Drat rlaaa private realdeaeo 1W Second avenue. rLET. WITH BOARD-A SUIT OF ROOMS IN A dealrable home. In tha Immediate rleintty of Union equate Particulars at 90 Naaaau atreet, room 99.' BIO RENT?A SUIT OT ROOMS, HANDSOMELY FUR. X niahed, on the second floor, with Drat elaea Board, to a Mitleman aad wife or alnfle gentleman Apply at IU? W aat wenty-second street. f8 UNION SQUARE -A ROOM ON SECOND FLOOR, bark, to let, with Beard, to a gentleman aud wife, ta the Moflat Mansion, 33 Baet Seventeenth atreet WEST TBNTH STREET. 1SS. OONYRNTBNT TO FOUR Ilnea nf cara.? A gentleman oan'havea plea aunt, well furntahad Room, with eicallent Board. gS. \t>at of Rlilh avenue. ? t BOARD, AND UPWARDB.?TWO OR THREE d*v voting men. or a gentleman and wire, can be accom modated aith Board at $0 Grand atreet. $16 ? PER WEEK FOR A FOURTH STORY ROOM. f9lf neatly furnlihed, with full Board, to two gentlemen:' lib'tae flrat riaaa. Alan one for |t* te a gentleman. No. M Weal Twenty-fifth street, neer Eighth avenue. nHH WAVERLEY PLACE.?ROOMS. IN SUITS OR singly, with or wlthont Rnard. fttrnlahrd or nnrnr atahed. Spaniards preferred: also day boarders accommo dated. Ad OS)re to let for a phyalelan. UNION SQUARE-A SUIT OF ROOMS ON aeeond floor to let, with Board, for a gentleman and ?Birer References required. C A SIXTH AVRNUB.?FURNISHED BOOMS TO LET. ? Pt with or wlthont Board: suitable for families ?r single getiilem- ii. nae dnor from Washington pieoe. /'Q IRV1NO PLACE.-AN EXTRA LAROR ROOM. XJO tbt'd Boor, two rloeatr, hot and rold water, JR.; tg n rpev <*hlf >)i ;?gt ad nils, house and heard flret caee. 44 BOaHOBKB AMD MMWBM WAltTBP IOC MACDOUGAL BTEBBT.?A PLEASANT BOOM XOU on find floor to tot, with Board, flro And aw, to o fttttwutJ) wtfo or two single gentlemen for $13. OCA WEST TWENTY-BECOND STREET.-HA N D UU somely Fnrn'shed Room* for fomllloo or single persons. between Seventh and Eighth avenue*. BOARD AND I/ODGINO WANTED. TJOARD WANTED?IN A NEW ENGLAND FAMILY, X) bj a gentleman (torn Massachusetts; tarmo moderate. Adreaa Naumksag. 17 Ferry street N. T. TIT'ANTED?BY A UBMTDBMAN AND WIPE A NICE TV ly furntohod Room, with or without Board, for the lady, between Bleecker gad Fourteenth streets. Sixth ave nue and Broadway. Addreea W. TPU-, Herald office. HOTBLI. SHERMAN HOUSE, 413 BROOME STREET.-OB THE European plan. Desirable accommodation! for per manent or tranmont guests. at reoaonablo rate*. mONTTNB HuTBL. 437 AMD 439 BROADWAY. BRANCH X of The Tontine, corner of Cortlandt and Wrat street*. Rooms from SB osnts to $3 per day. Ladies' and genlle mee's restaurant attached. CTTY REAL ESTATE FOB SALS. A TTKNTION OF BUYERS AND SELLERS IS CALLED J\ to my hesinee* circular which I correct, publish week ly and dlairlbute gratuitously upon personal application or by mm). It contains an accurate description of eity and eouutry properly for sale or to rent, and Is a valuable guide as to mar lest price for Intending purchasers. It would be impassible through the "fourth estate" to advertise all the property offered through me with jusuea to the respective owners on the one band, or satisfaction to buyers on the other, srith the amount of Information which Is essential to aare an unnecessary waste of time or trouble; 1 submit It with confidence to the public for rettnbility Inasmuch as It la revised with greal cam weekly throughout the year: appli cants will be saved much annoyance from being Informed "that ibis house has been sold for months," my system of renewals effectually gnarduig against stieh occurrences. Parties wautlng houses tor friends and playing tbe part of broker wlthont supporting the government by taking out n license, are requested to keep.ouuslde of my oflioe. The custom of division observed for the Introduction of purchasers by regularly established hrover* ?f repute only. STANLEY DAY, 319 Fourth ire-ue. A At vccahill a cn.'B real estate xxchangb. .671 3d av., bet. 4Mh and 46lh sta O'hmI. navng tene menu?30th at.?4 atory brick, rent $400. price 43,200. 11th at?3 story brick. rent $700. price $9 906. 20th st.?S -lory brick, rent $7S0. price $9.80?. 37th at.?8 story brick, rent $700. price $6,600. SSd at.?4 story brick, rent $1,100. price $7,800. 26th St.?4 atory brick, rent $1400, price $10 )00. 28th at?4 story brick; rent $11400. price $17 XU. 3d av?4 atorytbrick, reut $2,160. price $13.760. A TWO 8TORY AND HIOH BASEMENT HIOH 8TOOP House (10x100). No. 8 Hnlyrood place, Eighty-third ?reel, between Second and Third aeenues, for sale; contains eight rooms, gas fixtures, marble mantels, hard wslla. water; In fine order; good location; price $6,600; $3,000 Buy remain.on mortgage. THOMSON. 1.333 Third avenue. SPLENDID LTST OP HOUSES POR SALE?IN THE city and country, at prices from $3,000 to $90MOO. KINO A CO., No. 9 Twenty-third street, Fifth Avenue Hotel. An eligible corner store in Washington street, near Washington market, and another in Frank fort alreet, for sale. 37 Nassau street, office No. HO. B. K. LENT. A FINE FOUR 8TOBY HOUSE FOR SALE ON FortT-flrst street: all Improrements; excellent neigh, borhood. '20x80x914.9; $21,0)0. POTTER, BROS, A BELLAMY, No. 9 Pine street. AVEKY NICE TnEKE STORY HIOH STOOP RRICK House for sale: 21x86x98.9; In perfect order; good lo cation; price only $13,000. POTTER, BEOS, k BELLAMY, No. 3 Pine street. A CHOICE PROPERTY IN GREENE, NEAR CANAL street, cheap: oue of tbe best corners on Canal street, near Broadway, with Urge Building. $110 000: first elass House snd Lot in Eldridge street, $10,000; 3 full Lots, with Factory, and 2 Dwellings. West Forty.sevcnthstrset, $12,900; $ full Lots West Forty seventh street. $2,600 each; first class brown stone House snd Lot. with carriage house, ;on Eighty third street, $16,000, other Houses and Lots. W^L MELICK. 431 Broadway.* Foe sale?first class new four story brown stone Houses and Lota, 61 and 63 West 39th. between 6th and Hth are., rosewood doors. W. FANNING. 37 W. 39tb. TTtOR SALE?THE FIRST CLA98 FOUR STORY BROWN F stone House No. 2Z3 Lexington avenue (Murray HIU), between Thlrty-serenlb and Thirty-eighth streets; full size andjlnely situated. For permit and further information applytwHOMER MORGAN, No. 3 Pine street. TJlOH BALE-BY 8. M. STYLE8-HOCSK8 62 WEST F Fifty-second si rest; also 187 East Fiftieth street, partly furnished. Several oAr Heusea Apply at 344 East Sixty ?com! ???. T>or balb-the fite story well built stores, F Mae. ' UIW-, WW TV ? WUUIT-lt'KI ?U nu avenue, 30.10i46>){ the block; price $11,000. 8. ENBBRSON, 421 1 F F Nee. 22 and 34 Lfterty street; lots about 25x76. Alyo the entire plot of 13 Lots, on East, Delaneey gnd Tompkins streets. wlthjho Wharf Property tn frank Apply to JAMBS ORUIK8HANK, 66 groedwa^ee^ rR SALE?A THREE STORY, HIGH STOOP BRICK House, on West THrenty-fnnrth street, near Ninth 3 ? r ,x_ ._ ... Eighth avenue. POR SALE-THE THREE BTOBY AND ATTIC BRICK House snd Lot 187 Bast Broadway; lot 2& 1x75feat. Ap ply to NKRRIT TRIMBLE, 83 John street. IOB SALE?ONE LOT 35 PEET FRONT BY 100 FBET 6 inches deep, on north aide of Fifty-first street, be tween Broadway and Eighth avenue, commencing 800 feet east of Eighth avenue. Apply to BUCKElnl AM, 10 Maiden lane. No agents need apply. OR SALE?THE PLOT OP GROUND 60 PFET BY _ 100, situated on the southwest corner of Second avenue and Twenty seventh street, together with three brick Dwellings thereon; price $30,000 Apply to J. H. HBR RIGK, 10 South street TTtOR SALE?HOUSES AND LOTS LOCATED AS f follo*?:? House and Lot In 7(h street, near Bowery. House and Lot In lOlli street, near Srond avenue. House and Lot In Mott. near Houston street House and Yw>t In 112th street. near Fourth avenue. House ami I-ot in Msngin, near Delanoev street House and Lot in Kllxabelh. near Bayard street A lour f-eaae In 34tli street near Tenth avenue. House and Lot in Md street near Fourth avenue. House and Lot in tHUmon, rexr Stanton street For terms, kt , apply at FANNING'* Real Kstala Agency, ta Bowery. _ _ FOE SALE?A FIRST CLASS REAL ESTATE INVEST, ment?A large Store and Dwelling on Ninth aronue, near Twenty-third street; store 80 feet d-ep: large vaults. An. Tha building is one of?het>es( shore Fourteenth street; Is well rented, snd paving a good Interest. "->*??- jr J AS. K. EDWARDS. 377 West Twenty-third street F^OR SALE ON IWBSTY-SHCOND STREET, WEST I stde?A very hsnd-omc four story English basement Hou r, in perfectOiuar from top to bottom; priee $16 "00. J AS. R. EDWARDS. 37' West Twenty-third street. ilOB SALE?ON WEST TWENTY-FIRST STRKRT. V little two stocv brick College of nine rooms, :7 feet wide; lot 90 feet deen: price $10 OtX J AS.' H. EDWARDS. 277 '.Vest Twenty-third i F I street. I NOR 9 ALE?ON WEST TWRNTY-THTRD STREET. A ? 26 feet wide th'ee story Mgh stoop llou-.e, In splendid order from roof to cellar: neighborhood first elaas; all mouorfi conveniences. Ac.j pnee $2'..000, JAS. R. EDWARDS. 277 West Twenty thtyd street >R SAI.E-WTTn STABLE IN REAR THE HOUSE and bit No. 782 West Twenty-second street; hawse 26 feat wtde trr about 60 deep; stable three story brick. Port cochri e entrance. This pi oparty will b? sold reasonably if applied for immediately. JAS. R. EDWARDS 277 West Twenty-third strest. TIIOR BALE?ONE OF THE BEST BUILT AND PRKT P Hest narrow four storv high sloop Houses in New York; It la pnrfecl in plan having all modern conveniences, sub cellar. furnace, Ar.; West 'fwmtv.flrat street; piice $14.0Od. JA8. R. EDWARDS. $77 West Twenty-third jureel, GRSALE-HOUNR AND LOT 198 WEST TWELFTH street, hstw'-n Sixth ana Seventh avenues. Applv to LL1AM M. Gli.KS, 189 hltlh svenne oo oar of Thir teanth street _ ? . _ (DOR SALE-IK THE VICINITY OF DR. CHAPIS'S F church, Firth avenue and Lettng; m arenas, a three storv brown stone high sloop House, with all tan modern Improvements, furnished, with Chandeliers, Mirrors. Car pats Ae: lot 100..'xJO Forfurtbei particulars Inquire of O. W. BASSKURD. 473 lltoitof, from 11 In 2 P. M. CHJRSALK-BY WILLIAM KENNELt.Y. 14 PINE ST\ P Pour Houses on Walker at.. Including corner... .$c6,n00 Splendid Improved i 'ornor Property on $d av 160.006 House and Furniture No. ? Fast Bd st 60.000 Houaa Wo. 139 Woat ?1 at - 18.000 House No. 43 tannine at }u25 Finn class Stable in 18th st JK?* House on 30th st . near 3th av 32 0ft) For cash-a modern built house, high stoop, bstween Fourth and Sixth aveunee. None bnl owners need apply at the A mem an Art Gallery, M9 Broad way. PU OR BAf.E-PROPRRTY, ?7 MADISON STRP.ET. MX HJO: 96 cod C7 Chrratle atreet. 26iino each; four Lou on north (Me of 12M atreet. Itai feet ??i of Third ?r?Qur. W. C. FI.ANAOA.V, I07i hryali* street, FOR ftAI.R?A 1RRITY RRRIPRXl'F.. Oft A COR. ncr, with An# atahlr, lot AOtlflO with furniture if wanted. Termaeaay. poaaeaaimi ?hrr dealrad Anplr on the preini. ae*. IUB Sot h Ninth m-mi, comer of Fifth. Williamsburg. Fm OR SALE (IN FRR) LOW-TWO ITOUSES AND LOTA I In Eighth street. Jnat we*i of Fifth aeenoe, lull ?!*?, In Eud order: will be ?old fperately or together; not teaae Id Apply in F. H. l.l'IH.OIf |rO? No II I'rne aireet Good hctestmext in tkvkment hoisf.s. Seventeenth sireel, between Serenth and K'ghlh art. Thiriy-ftfth street, Brat claaa Tenement flouae. nur Hat anth avenue. Fortieth Mreet. yery go-id Four etoiy House, pay* a Una Internal: near Kighth'arenne And several other properties, paying wall. Apply to J. F. WILLIAMS ft SOX. 442 Kighih avenue. *nd 7g Cedar street, from 12 till 2 o'clock H^HOUSES FOR SALE- BV A. JOI RNEAY, NO. fi Pin* atreet. Wot .Mid atreet, threa story h a bra k ft.VTO W?*t 24th timet, ftror etorr h. a. b. a .10 01X1 Wa?t 4,'td afreet, three tiory h. a. h. a ItOkl We^t fMh kti-eet, three tinrr h. ? b. a.. 2U.OOO Watt 42d street, four atort' h. a. h. a ,46.000 Weat 5Jrt alreet, four atorir li. a. b. t 26.000 Wcat hIM atreet. three story h. a H. * 10 000 H^boubr for aale.-a roim ntort rrown atone front, wl'lt ell th* modern Improramenta, fur niehed, altueled In Fortr ninth street be-weeit Kaiirtband Filih avenue*. For particular! intinlreof f. M. AROVLL, SIS and US Broadway # HIOUSR* FOR HALE AND TO I.F.T?IN NEW YORK, Brooklyn tad iVIllwunsburg. k""d location*, at reasons ble price*. JOHNSON. Ml U.Kit A HALL. 2ft Nassau at. I ?OFFER FOR SAI.K A VF.RT I.AROK NIMHF.R OF prirat* Dwelling*, Country Places. TaWtillPi apart V and i Illy l.oi*. for de*erl|?llnn* aee my priTate llat, to be bad by mall or nn application. RI LI' ATltH'K. Roll'. Head Rank Building. T F.ASR I OR SALE ?A LONO LEASK FOR SALR. I J In imre on the pi-cmae* No. 12 Howard alreet, corner cf Elm. _____________ Magnificent city and country residence, in aiiburb* of Brooklyn, near th# Bnahwlck arenoe lionlerard. ooarenlent to car*, for ?ale or atrliaoi;* for hrlck llouaa In Brooklyn worth gll.lW to 115,000 Superior and eoinmodioli* hotiae and ground*, fttiislietl in hard wood, Rldgawnod water, gas, furnace: aplendid stable, carriage betas, hue garden, eholee tannic* of frnft*. Photograph with JOHNSON. Mil l.KB 4 MALL, ? Naaaw* atreet cwnr HEAL I8TATB FOR iAI-K. fXTK. H WEST, BROKER III KEAls ESTATE. 67 VE FT spy street. New York, solicit* the patronage of parties holding property for aale or to tot, oltjr or oountry, anu up sure* pro?apt>nd faithful attention tbarelo. K. B ?Prop, arty put azeluairoly in my hands will he advantageously ad rartlaad without extra cbarg* to owner*. Refer* to Alex. W Bradford, Esq.; Henry CoggtM, Bag.; John Ran dull. Bag. BUY a jiice two story anu Ctl.UUU attlo brick Houa* and Lot. In Division street; no, 100 wllPhuy a nice brick corner Houaa and I?ot, in Tenth ward, with ator*. Apply to PATTEN, 86 Division atreet. HAH BUT A NICE HOUSE AND LOT IN I .UUU Kutger (treat, between Homy and Madison; tan room*, gsa, water. Ac.; half caah. Apply to PAYTEN. 66 Division strsci. Poaaeaaion May ??t *Q AAA A THREE STOBT HIGH STOOP brown atone Uonaa: nloely located; modem I brown atone Uouee; nloely located; modem ita; rented for $1,**: mat bargain. 8. pTiRBLAND. 301 Broadway. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FORR VLE. A DESIRABLE RKSIDENC8 AND TWO LOTS OP ground, on LrfferU avenue, near Protpeet perk, tor ?ale low If purchaaed at once. FRED. A. PETERSEN. Architect. No. JtJ Pine street. A PINE RESIDENCE FOB BALE-TUB PROPERTY A. of.an raute; situation one of the best in Brooklyn: house S8 feet wide, three stories, thoroughly built, in com plete <n Uer: lot 60x100 foot: price 830,000; lots adjoining if wanted. For key* to examine house apply at 191 Pica.dent atreet, Bioi kly ^ KELLOGG, 64 Cedar atreet, New York. AM rLf. i A I JB ^nDLiri rnU.il Un Dl ?MMMdon. 36x76, In Brooklyn, beautlfi with immediate iyi-?*?sioru owner leaving ci 8. TAIL. WAKKEN IIAkDENBERGU. 6S i N ELEGANT MARBLE FRONT DWELLING. WITH beautifully furnished. : cltv. EDWARD n Wall atrerL A THREE STORY ATTIC HIGH STOOP PHILA delphla hrtck Dwelling, near Plnit place. Brooklyn, 14 rnuiwa, improvements; *?1< et neighborhood: possesion, $7,.'00. D. C. KNIGHT. atW Broadway, room JO. A FIRST CLASS MARBLE HOUSE AND LOT. NRaR ferry, Brooklyn, 8*600; "other*, cheaper; would ex change a line House and Lot. worth $6000. for a Farm about 86.0011. Wanted, in etcbsnge ror a House and Lot. in a One village on the Hudson river, price $4,000, a nice little House and Lot In South Rrooklyn W. H- EELICK, 431 Broadway. IflOR SALE?POSSESSION AT once, the PINE RE. ?Ideme No. 2 Second pl ice. Brooklyn, 34 feet wide: In good order, every vnnvenlcnoe. with or without stable. For keys to eram!ue house apply at 18 Second place; for terms toE. R. KELLOGG, M fS-dar street, N. V. For sale?in williamsbcro. a neat cottage, containing seven rooms, situated on Twelfth street, between South Thlro and South Fourth street*: will he wil l cheap and on reasonable terms. Apply to UEOR(,E GWYNNB, on the premises. For sale?three story brick house and Lot No. 364 Hicks street. Bronklvn. For partienlNrs and permit apply at FANNIKG'S Real Estate Agency, ?16 Bowery. FOR SALE IN RRODKLYN. CONVENIENT TO CARS and rorries.?Three deelrable Dwelling Houses; price* $4,700, $6,600 and $7,600: two-third* of the purclia*e money can remain on bond sod mortgage. J AS. R. EDWARDS 377 West Twenty-third street. FOR SALE IN" BROOKLYN?THREE STORY MODERN brick House, pleasantly located in PanMo street; lot 20x90: possession 1st of Mhv: price $9,null: terms accommo dating. Apply to A. JOURNEAY, No 8 Pine atreet For sale?price $2,7004 ibut $1,000 wanteds a nent small brick Cottage: ins a genteel fieslthv neigh borhood. In excellent order, water and .gas, Cars pass. 464 Grand street. Williamsburg. YjAOR SALE. IN WILLIAMSBURG?THREE THRBE r itory, high stoop briek Houses, brown slono basement*, subeellars water, gt*. Ac., on Third and Fourth street*, be tweeu North Eighth and North Ninth. Price 86 000 earh; terms easy. Apply to JAMES H. t'OLAHAN, 133 North Sixth street The modern three stobt new brick house (eleganllv Furnished); sil the modern Improvements; near Gate* avenue; with possession; a hat pain; mud be sold. POILLON. 100 Broadway. COUNTRY REAL RSTiTE FOR NAUR. A COUNTRY RKBIDENCF. WITH 1* acrks OP land, for sale, situated on the direct road from Kings bridge to Yonkers, and eqnslly distant from Yonkers and Riv?rdale depots on the Hudson river, the bonne le room*, In perfect order, and the location, being on high ground, is perfecttv healthy; the stable ie new and nomraodloua; the garden Is well located and liberally supplied with fruit trees, bnshea end Tinea and le eonne-ted with a gnod'orchsrd. for furtber partieu l?rs apply to WAI./BR CNDERUILL, Agent, Yonkers. N Y. A A LI. WANTING FARMS-GOOD SOIL. MILD OLI -R mate. St miles south of Philadelphia. Price o'nlv $36 per sore. Also Improved Ferms. Hundreds are sett I In*, information sent free. Address 0. K. LANDTR, Vtneland, New Jersey, >ir.. AVAILABLE BALTIMORE HOTEL PROPERTY for sale.?The well known and popular Hotel, the Sherwood House, situated on the eoutheast corner of Par etic and narrteon streets. Is ofl'ered at private sale, the cause being the decease of Its 1st* proprietor. The building. oom penaivety new. has a front of over 36 feel vrtde. is Ave sto riee high, and has ISO feetT depth, the rear portion liemg four and three stories, the whole oentainlng forty-five rooms, Including large Reading and Dining Rooms. Parlor. Panmes, Ac. One of the celebiated t'hnoley WtnsMp's Refrigerators, large size, is built to the liouss; all the bar flilnrea are coiu pleie; the bouse i* comfortably furnished, and has now. as ft al wars enjoyed, a good paring run of custom. The house Is admlrablv adapted tn be kept either on ibe European style or as a regular Hotel. For particulars, fmtnlie on the premises, or address PROPRIETOR OF rtHBRWOOD HOUSE, corner of Fayette and Harrison streets, Baltimore. Md. A COUNTRY SEAT?38 MTLBS FROM THIn CITY MY New Haven Railroad or Round steamers, containing It) acres with nice hull.Hogs, choice fruit, fine shade; good neighborhood: convenient to churches, sod perfectly healthy; price $9,6tri; terms easy. Apply a I IM Eleventh street, corner Sixth avenue. A CHOICE COUNTRY REAT-UO ACRES; HOUSE .\ contains sll of the modern Imnrovemerts; mitbnUd Ingscomplete; many hundred fruit trees: one hour nm Net* York, five minutes from depot opposite Yorkers, $36,000. W. H. MKLICK. 631 Broadway. FARM AND BRICK YARD?ONE OF THP BEST ON the Hudson river, steam engine sinl everything in complete working order, with the bsst ofjnstansla tor a life time, price $19,001) W. H. MELICYTU'I Broadway. A HOUSE FOR SALE--ON RTVTEN ISI.AND, NEAR the landing, with three elty Lotq. *1 a secrllice. Price $1,300. Buildings worth Hie money asiad "?*? ? ? , .. * THOMPSON, 7W Broadway. A "farm for rale.?riFTT aches or rnoicE land in Oneida eeunty. New York, wnk Stock. Ornpe and Farming Utensils. all In workliA order: n tr? $l.f?t>; terms cshv. For psriicnlnrs apply |o W.'d. FlTZhlMONH, 19 Thin! avenue, corner of Eighth street. COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SALE-ON THE BANKS of the Hudson, at alnewt. .it< autini, between this city and Albany. Particulars, price, Ac., with S. KMH.iRKt'N, 431 Flgbth -.yenlie. ^ COUNTRY RK8IDF.NCES FOR RALE?ON THE BANKS of the Hudson.'at In wood. gpnytea Duyvil, Kircrdale. YtMhcrs. Hastings. DatrtMf Fsrrv. Irvingtou. Tsivvtewn, Nysck. Bine sing. Croteu, Ksvt llavcrstraW, I'eekssllt, Oar rlson's. <'old Spring and Ponghkeerule. Immodi: te po<ea? aton given and terms made <-asv. Further iierticulat* w'tA 8. EM HEBRON, 421 Eighth strum Farms for hale in wfniomkstkr. roc ki. and, Orange, Piituam. Ulster ami Dmeheea counties. i-nn talnlng from 111 10 300 acres; two 1 arms in In near I'arrv lown. Particulars. pr.ee, Ae., with H. EMHURSON. Ml Eighth avenue._ YjtOR RALE.?I HAVE FOR HALE. AT A ORE AT FAR r gain, a Steam Sawuitlt. aew and in erceilent running order, alius ed In the midst of an unmn.ee ?|uantity nf nine timber of ti e finest quality. For parti, nlara address Mill, box 316 Herald ofllee. 1j?OR RALF-AT IRVINOTON. ON THK HUDSON, r near the depot, a nice Cothlc Cottage, one acre of good land, fruit, shrubbery and luad'onee shade trees, carriage house and stable. A rare opportunity In this choice loc?. tlon: immediate poseeaaler. Price low and terms rosy Far Honiara with R. RMHF.RRON.43l Eighth avenue. 1JIOB SAT E?A NEW TWO RTOEV DOUBLE HOUSE, U with modern improvements, in Essex slieei. Barken sack. N. J., about five minutes' walk from tbedepot. Inquire efOBOROB FAIR, opposite the said building. P)R RALE?ORANGE, N. J.. 13 MILES FROM NRW York, fine Resilience with sit acres of Land; house con taining 13 rooms; enrriage bouse and stable; Immediate pos eeeatoi: terms easy. Also, near above, a Farm of 30 acres, with small Cottage. H. P. HM ALI-, 33 Rouih street. IJMIR SALE-A PAPBR MILL, TN OOOD ORDER; EX. r eellent facilities, possession immedislsly. lei-ms libe ral. Call on R. OODDARO No. 7 Beetcmau street. J. W. LYON A CO.. M Park street, or address by mall Win Cole, Washington. N .1. ?CMIR BALE?JERSEY iTlTV -JOHN COWRN. REAL J: Estate Agent. Nsvlnss Rank Buildings. Washington street, hae for sale first class Houses, having all the modem Improvements, from 39.000 In $83,000: an unfinished three story anb-eellir and basement House, $4A00; all in first class aelghberbeode. ALRO FOB RALE OR TO LET, A very neatly fui nished three eterv and haeemrnt Honse, desirably located and bavln*all tbe modern tmprnvemems. Country Residences al Rnerwoml, Roulh Bergen, near horse cars, ge.. Ac. ^ I IVOR RALE VERY CHEAP- A GOOD BRICK HOURF, ' II rooms lerresof vood land, s bunds nee of fruit, shade. Ae., on the river bank, above larrytown. _ S F.MRERMON, 421 Flghtb avenue. For exchanob-a .ierrev farm, rtock and Utensils, good Building', tor New York, Brooklyn, New. ark or Jersey Cltr proi eriy. Principals with full particu lars. Address Wood. Herald office. SOUTHERN PLANTATIONR AND TIMBER LANDS for sale very low or exchange on edvantageous terms. Communications solicited from owners who have southern property for sale. No. 37 Nassau street. offimPNe. SO 8 V. LENT. rfiwo HANDSOME COUNTRY RRRIDENCRR FOR A 'Sle, on Whltnstone avenue. Flashing, L. I. Apply to Dr.RR.HOUQHTo.Nonthepremi.ee. P7 HKAL KHTU'K W?HTBU. HOUSE WANTED?TO PURCHASE OR I,BANE; OR dtnary aire. between Seventeenth and Twea'y-allth atreeta Koui th and Mvih evennea. near Rroadw*v prnlhrran. Addreaa, etating location and Ifimi in full, box 3.7M Post ?Woe. HOUSE WANTED?WITH MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. In a goad nelrbborbond; locaUnn between Seventeenth and Twenty-alxth itirftn and Second and Fourth avamiea; prion to range between $13,000 and ?lft,n00. Addraea M. W. F., M Rtalngtoo ntreet. REAL ESTATE W t NTF.O.?FROM ? T(i 100 FEET | fronton tha Rloomingdaia mad or near It, between Rerenty-flrat and tOOlh atreeta, for all raab. Addrev, with pint and prtee, Danttat, M4 Hint armrn. rNRMENT PROPBRTT WANTED TO IH7Y OR leaaa?The hlgheat market ralno given. Apply to R. H. GIBBONS A CO.. 4M Bmoata ntreet. WANTED?A TWO BTORY DWKM.INO HOUSE, IE A reaper table part af tha Fourth or Betroth ward, from lat May next P. A. WHITB. 108 oold atreet. Wanted to purchase fob cabh-a oen. I teal three atort Uonaa wall lore lad. be law Thirty

W",w"4=fcrTlBE?l>.al*mw* . REM. EtTATB WiRTBO. _ WANTED TO I'L'RCHaKeIa FOUR STORY BKM K House, with ill the uew modern Improvements. m>Qi Twelfth to Thirty-Uurd mwt and between LiilUlM end Slxtb avenues; would pay fllJUO rash down and |1,MJ0 an nually Ull paid down. Aur prrxin wishing to aell on tbeao term* will address s P. H livrald office. The bouae to coal from ?lO.OOO to flll,0U0. HOt18KB. AOOHI. ?C.. TO LRT. _ A FACTORY TO LET-NEAR RAST R1YBR, WITH or without Rower; lour stnries and basement. new; flOiflOCIb. lighted all rouud, large yard. Apply .1 ffiTl Piflh street Kant moderate. A STORK OH BROADWAY TO LET?BKLOW TWENTY eighth atreet; possession atonoe. Apply to WM. VAN WAOKNKN. 471 Sixth aranue A FAMILY BOARDING HOUSE TO LET?WITH OVER fifty room*; aiiualad on the a*me block wltn Fifth Avenue Hotel; <H veara' team; $10,000 worth of Fnrnllure for tale; terms liberal to a desirable party. DYE A CURTISS, fog Slith avenna A FINE BTORB TO LET?ONE DOOR FRO* BKOaD way. firat floor, basement and ?tib-baaemrnt. The ?tor* la about 40x1(0 feet. I* new. eery light anil commodl oua. and in nil n-apecta one of the beat atorea between Cham hera and Cannl atraeta. I'oaaeaalon given immediately. Ap ply on the premise*, to ALLEN BROTHERS, 88 and W Leonard atreet. A NEAT COTTAGE HOUSE. CONTAINING SEVEN rooms. No. 95 Eighty thlnl street, between Third and Fourth tAMlllllM. with flnfl Ubivinn an.l frttii tr.iaa l ast ??. 1M. D per month A?IS VESEY 8TRBET TO RENT.?A FIVE KTORY ? Building will he erected. Plana can be seen on applt oatmn to G. Vv. SIMMONS. JR., 90 Broadway. A LARGE Nl'MBKR OF FURNISIIRD HOUSKS-DE atrahlyand centrally located, to rent, at irotn $**l to $I,90D per mnnth. KINO A CO., N'o. 9 Twenty-third aireet. Fifth Areuue llo'el. A N EXCELLENTLY H'RMSMED HOUSE TO LET? r\ In, Bleeokcr street; everything complete; M'-IX a month; one In East seven'.eeuth atree': verv desirable loca tion*, and Floors, unfurnished. Inquue at U4 Third av. A PARTY WISHES TO LET A NEWLY FURNISHED First Floor and Basement (nine very targe rnoinai, gas. bath, but and cold water; term* about $180 per month; wish Rri par In board for two or will lake a lumily to board, at ) Ninth avenue, corner Twentieth street. A FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. WITH STOVE, TO A ?ingle perron ; rent $in per month. Apply at 62 Sixth avenue. rooms, ran. so mgniy inim street, oetween mini and ink areuuea, with nne garden and fruit trees. Lot 'Jit Desirable neighborhood. Possession Immediately. $fiu momb. THOMSON, 1,333 Third avenue. A HANDSOME SUIT OF FOUR ROOMS TO LET-IN as. a Aril i-laas house; modern convenience-; respectable locaiion. Terms moderate. Apply at 93 Second avenue. A SUIT OF FIVE UNFURNISHED ROOMS. CEN trally located, for $4ii; throe Floor*, $15 :o $15. House*, furnished and unfurnished. ELK INS A CO, (61* We-t Twenty.Pfth street. A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY.?FUR. nislied House to let; or would sell Furnllure at a low price and rent House. ((*11 early at48 West Twenly-fouilh si. A FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET?IN THIRTY-THIRD street, between Broadway and Fifth avenue; all Im provements; $225 wr month', until May. to a respectable party. Address \V. "ation G, gH.ng full address. AFIRRT class dry OOODH STORE IN THE BEST locality in Grand -treet, to let: Fixture* and Counters for sale, will be sold cheap. Apply at 437 Grand street. A STORE TO LET-IN A GOOD LOCATION FOR ANY respectable business. Inquire at $S6 First avenue. A SUIT OK KCRNIKHED ROOMS. THREE IN NUM. ber. nn first floor, with basement kitchen lo let. to a am*U family; terma low. Apply at 113 West Tbirty-ninih at. Broadway storks and lofts r<> let-in first class location*, above t'aual *ueet. Apply to M. S. MYERS, 493 Broadway. (NOI.. WM. WILSON, REAL ESTATE AGENT AND J Broker, 812 Bnsriway. A Ha-emrut floor and two lurnished itrmm* t<. lei on second floor, Broadway. IrtOR RENT?A SOAP AND PAN OLE FACTORY; MAY 1 also bo routed for other purposes. Inquire at 87 Seventh avenue, between sixteenth and .seventeentn streets. Housekeepers or persons going to house kerplugcan pay by weakly or monthly instalments if preferred, for Carpels Oilcloths. Furniture of every he -crfptlon. Parlor and Bedroom Hiilta. Ac., at KENDALL A SCOTT'S, corner of Canal and Huds/ic MreeU. Handsomely Fi'jtj((bHED booms, singly im eu suite. 9 t-amartlce place, Waal Tweiitv-iiliith Mrjet, (jcylf men pitdKitd. Lofts to lrt _largra.no spacious lofts to l?t. with Offer Apply to H H. LEEDS A MINER, *1 Liberty ureal. T AWYER'K OPFICR TO I.KT-A FURNISHED OP - J J floe; (leak, chairs, lire, Ac. Inquire at ISM Nassau street. OFFICE TO LET. FURNISHED -THE BROWN STOKE front bAMinoiit of bouee No, 7 Wert Fourteenth elraet will be lat to a physician. Apply ae a bora DART OF A HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE TO LET X Fire llooms, ntie loc.ilor. up town; Broadway care; with one family, immediate po??e??ion, $40 ADAMS k CO.. ?KI Broadway. Rent $? per month.-to let, in a o enter l, bealtbr neighborhood eli Koome nud Kiteheo; water end gaa: all on flrel floor. Cars paee. 464 tirand aireat, Williamsburg. STORE TO LET-VICINITY OF RRADK AND WASH In.'ion ?treet*: or partner wanted in an old established produce cemmrnalon houae. rrloclpaliaddraaaO. P., Herald office. CJTORE TO LKT-AT Mn BOWERY, 25**1 FEET. SUIT k? nble for any extensive retslpbutlness. Possession Marc$ 1 or bcl&re. Apply i p malrm. STORE TO LET-FROM 1ST OF MAY. UNDER EARLR'8 iloiel. I'aaal ?treet, 24 by HO; god stand for any kind of btiilnesr. Apply for particular! at office Carle'- Hotel. STEW POWER?WITH TWO ROOMS *1X26. WELL lighted: adapted fo- uip. bniil .il pi.rnoaee: potecaaiun !rnra<"!i..i*lv. Apply to J. A U WALKER, IMU Centre eli pel. ron.er Heater. mo LET?THE COLLINS HOTEL, CORNER OF CA X nal and Hoboken itreeta. wtih im media1 a ooaearrion. I Apply at MB Rroadwar, Irraii U to 12 o'clock, or at Sb Kaal Twenty-net eatli atreet/of I'KTKK A. II. JACKSON. rpO LF.T?A FIRST CLASS BROWN STONE HOUSE, I all modern, on arenne A and 121 it ?I eel. wtth Imme diate po?ar??lon. or for aale. with fonrlote; price low and turns rery caey. Particulars with S. EMBERMON, 411 Eighth avenue. rLF.T-IMMFDIATF POSSESSION, FOR ONE. TWO, or three vran. ? good Houae, fur rlahed with 10 acre* of nice Wnil. abundance of c' olre I rult green houses. Ac , located ou the ounka of the Hudson, nt Klierdale. S. FMBKKSON. 471 Eighth aven-ie. TO PKT-A FURNISHED HOI SR. PlNOOtO AND In ihr Feat romlliinr, to a email and alrietlr nrlraie fam ily. for two or more ytara fiom 'he 1st of May at flTWi tier month. No egeiili. lined arplv. IrontveVn the premise*. 262 \Ve?t Forty-third -tree', between Hi A. ft. and 4 P. M. rl.EL-lh A FRENCH PRIVATE FAMILY, A HAND feomeTv forniahei! b?rk I'srlor to o?p or two nloclr gen Hemon. kefe.eocea rwqunod. A|iply si I3S West Fifteenth ?treet. r LET-STORE NO. :? tVAKRF.N STREET. POeSES aiou immediately. I no if re Im the premiaea. TO LET?THE OI D ESTABLISHED METROPOLITAN Garden. ATI Broadway, eleginlly lilted up with bar, lnm-ti counter, shooting g*nerv. e'lalra tablea and Allure* of all kind*. Inquire fiom It) to 12 A. M., in Beuneit A Co.'a clothing atore, on the preraiaee. LET?SECOND FLOOR (THREE ROOMSt. TO A nniall family only, at No. 2 Bedfoad treet. Gaa. water, olleloltia. Verv .letI-able Immediate posaeasinn. $T6. ADAMH A CO.. IflB Broadway^ rl.KT-WTTH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. A HPI KN did *:orr. 91M5, large Baaement end yard; an elegant large ahow window; on the weet aide of Sixth avenue, near Thirtieth afreet; the rent only $4U) per year; leaae of two yeara from neit May: Leaae 'end Flilnra* fer aale cheap. Apply to WM. VAN WAG UN EN A CO., 41FSI*th eremite. TO LET-ANY ONR WISHING A LAROK FIRST rla*a either private or Boarding Hnnaa, with a two year'e leave, where tbe tent le onlv $4<ffr*r mouth, atAin will ing to pay a reasonable prtna for tbe lease, eu hire a four etory high etoap brown siooe Hnase. 26x70. elegantly fur nished th roughent with all modern Improvements and 90 good -died rot.in*, located In Seventeenth street, near Fifth eveoue. FO" perl tenia ripply to WM. VANWAGENBN A CO.. 472 Sixth avenue rno l.F.I-I t RNISHRD, EN SUITE OR LKSH. IN A 1 line brown atone Houae and beet leeeilea, at 744 Slilta avenue. TO LET OR LEASE -ON BROADWAT, THE SPA clous lot la on tbe oorner of K road way and Bprlngetraet, oppoalte tbe St. Nlchole* Ho-el, at preaout ooenplod for the hat and fur trade; thev are alen auliable for any respectable ouelneee. WM. II. SAOR, 4W Broadway, up etair*. TO LET OR LEASE-NOB. ?7 AND 80 BLEECKRR atreet, three doors from Broadway ; possession given Im mediately. Apply to B. B TAN STKL.NHl HO, at the ofhee or <1. Tilkitaon, B-q., 4A Exchange plaee. r LEASE?FOR A TERM OF YEAR*, A VALUABLE property on Sixth avenne. neur Thirty third atreet, with two lot* ad joining on the reae; amiable for a hotel. Inquire ot RICHAkD tup km an, 84R sixth avenue. r LEASE?THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS 90 AND 21 Chatham i-treet. running through to North WlUiaia. Intinlre of RICHARD AMERMAN KW Sixth a v. r LEASE?THE VALU ABLB PROPERTY 165 AND IV7 Fnlton atreet, riinntag through to and Including 24 and 96 Ann. Inquire or RICHARD AMERMAN. MO fllitb avenue. TO LEASE?FOR A TERM OF YKARS. A VAI.UABLR property on the Bowery, near llouatoa *treet, running through to Elisabeth; amiable for a large dry good* house Inquire of RICHARD AMERMAN. S40 Mxtli av. r* Tm 0 RENT?AT 720 BROADWAY, TWO FOUR STORY brown atone Dwelling*. Stores and Basements, with large ball In tha rear, abuo'. ttliflU S. F IRELAND. ?)l Broadway TO RENT?ON WENT TWENTY-THIRD STREET, NEAR Seventh avenue, a large lour story tlouve. furniture for aale; rent fi.OOU; fcrnltnre $.1 nun; poa?eealon tmmed'atelv. JAP. R. EDWARDS, 217 Weal Twenty-third atreet. EMI RENT. FURNISHED, ON TWKXTf-THIRD greet, a Prat ulaaa tour story high atoop brown atone an, expansively and elegaaitly rural shad, handsomely fieacoad, 0c The owner eiperts to be gone about for ono or more veara, will rant to a responsible party tor one or two yeara. JAP. R. EDWARDS, tTl Weal twenty-third atreet. HOUKKI, ROOMA. AC., WAH1KU. A' "-.roomo abo parts of MM WA^rKD for . tenentu in* wetting; alea Tenement Property in good matlltl- OVA RUM J?. AiiXh. KMljlUM Au'lt _ Office Jlo. W ~ notlMX Rented AM) Office Bo. 49 WeetThlrUeth ?u?t Rente Genaeted. IPACTORT ?mi.OIBOR WARTRD TT) RBHT-AROtJT P g bf l(?l end three or four Morten high, In thlx oU.J or etelatlF. Addreee, noting location sad Urine, Jemee i, A?hbv. 141 erennn D. oorner of Tenth timet. ID?A Bl'TLDINtt FOR TUB BAR0FACTPRK F?r partion lore addreee ni ANTKP A Bt'TLDIBO FOR ' TT ef Wther In or neer the city. >. U a. Raw Hate*, Vow* HOVIEI. ROOMS. SC.. W.HTI1D. HOUSES WANTBO UNYURNIBHBD.?WT! HAVE AN lmreaatng tut or tlr.i oIam MusU (ranting bnuara 10 lb# bast lacalUiea la tb? rlty. HMO A CO . No. 9 Twenty.third (treat. Fifth Ayellue Hotel. WE WANT FIVE THREE OR MOOR STORY SKIOg. ar brown .tone Home., for Bret claea taoanla. Rent franll.UIUil2:?0 URMY A COPLAND. 410 Fourth aeenita. w* rANTED-A HUILD1NO FOR MANUHATURIMO ptirpoaaa. with or withotit iteem power;-equal to SB faat by 100. five alone. high, together with Urge tranl room. Addreaa, atatlng locality and paruculnra, N. R. V , auuou A Poet offloe. ?firANTED?AN OFFICE AND BEDROOM. FURNISH ? YY ed, ettuated between Twenty third and Thirty-fourth etreeta and Fourth and Slilh arenuea, by a phyalaian re cently returned from Europe; Bret ilaat reference* given. Addreae Dr. L. W? box 1.W6 Poet office. N. Y. WANTBD?A LARGE CELLAR AND SUB-CELLAR, for.alorage pttrpoeea, below Wall atreet. Adcreea A. H.. Herald office, atatlng aize and rent WANTED?160 HOUSES TO RENT AND 100 FOR BALE, immediately, for caah puivhaaere and aood tenant*, by WM. McCONNELL. Be.il E-tate Agent. 4X1 Third ay. TIT ANTED?TO BUY A RETAIL DRUG STORK. IN A tl good location In the city. Addreaa D. 8., box 181 Ibei. aid office. WANTED TO HIRE-FROM THE 1ST OK MAT. WITH the prtTilete of purohaalng, a good three etory and baaement brick Houee, with modern ImproveinenU: loca tion. Ninth ward; ptioe, If toraale, not orer$7.HU0 $1.0?or SI.W0 down. Addreaa Tenement, boat No. IS, foot Weat Tenth atreet. nrANTED ON LEASE?A WELL LIGHTED BUILD YY ing containing from twelva to twenty thouaaud feet of ttoortng, with vU-ain jnwrr. Poeeeealon on or before May 1. Addreaa Factory, 10K.dge atreet. WANTED TO RENT?IN NEW YORK" OR BROOKLYN, part of a private bouxo in a good neighborhood, for houaekeepln-', by a gentleman and wife; beat of re.erente* given. Addreaa"Felix. Herald offloe, or Brooklyn Post office VALE.VTIKES. ALARUM INDUCEMENT TO THK TRADE.?VALKN tine* in $9, (10. $16. $20, $35 Anil $50 lot* at half price. Also an immense stock, varying in price (mm lc. to $1W) each; discount 50 per ceut. Mail order* promptly attended to, ai the factory of the New York Union Valentine Com pany. 134 and l.'Vi Wdlbtm etreet. [TALENTINK VOUSDEN. V THE (IKK AT POLY NATIONAL MIMIC. LAST WEEK?THIS EVENING AT EIGHT, IN HIS UNITY OK NATIONS. CLINTON HALL (OPERA HOUSE), ASTOR PLACE. 'ALENTINE VOCSDKN. LAST WEEK. THIS EVE.NINO AT EIGHT. VALENTINES TO SUIT ALL AGES. AT THE LOWEST price; * eery flue auortment opened to day. Don't for t?t the original place. T. W. STRONG, 609 Broadway. Valentine companies and the trade enpplied. BILLIARDS, AC. A LARGE NUMBER OP NEW ANP SECOND HAND Filllaril Table*, with our Improved combination cuHhlonn winch liuve been proved to do the mint correct and durable cuahion* ever mnde. Specimen* of onr tablee th*t have been in con*tan' ate for many year* may be *een In the principal hotel* and **'.oon* In thit city Partte* in. tending to purchase will dud it to ihelr taternat to call and examine our stork, which t* the lamest and finest in the world. Boy*1 Bill.*rd Tablea. I". I,".LAN A COLLANDKR. US to 89 Crosby ftreet. N. T I NOR SALE-A LOT OP SECOND HAND BILLIARD Tables, three-quarter *ir.e with lour pocket*. antUone Carroni Table; will he Hold cbean. Apply to J. WALKER. 93 Men er street TITE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH NEW AND vv second hand Table*. with onr Improved cushion, at the sboi'.rsl possible notice. Keno sets on hand KAVANAtill A DECKER, c..rncr Canal *nd Centre sta. HEW PURi.H ATIONS. ASBV'S I 1PB OF ANDREW JOHNSON, SI PIO _ tucc- Iteller* FU|>plled by the American New* Com pany. s.i A|ae* 30 cent*, by mail. It AN KY A CO., MP Nassau street. N (OA L. WOOD, tbC. C.V) -A ?. i i (I 'IRON* Ft)R COKE.?DELIVERED ?JI'll Cfa- Apply at my coke ofi.oe at the New York a? , . roiily-tliat street and avenue A. S. K. MUKRWOOD. SP1UBMHC8* 1 ?BU KM? Vl.CNillIRE EXPRESS 116 WEST J\. Kleveiith - near Sixth wear.up.? Furniture moved cUv or counti'v: I > i nit are stored. Money auvenoed on Fui nltitrc; fiirnlt iie | -ked ?.nd shipped. AHTKOLOOV. ACAKD.-MADAME ROSS , MEDICAL AND BUST-* nee* Clairvoyant, has removed to II# West Fifteenth street near nlxtU avenue, where elie sliowa the likeness and tells tiie nauir of ihe nermn von will marry. Beware of il literate pietender* who try to Imitate her. Lucky numbers A FACT.?MISS WELLINGTON TELLS OF BUSI NESS theft, good luck and outubers. MM Bowery, opposite Sixlli street. Hours 9 to 4. \d ADAM P. BYRON?THE GREATEST BUSINESS AND iVL medio*1 Spiritualist known, causes speedy marriages. M0 Fourth avenue. Imdie* $1. Madame norma, hatural clairvoyant, from Parts, successor to Madame Clara Antonla; conaulta Uon on the past, present and futnre. S6 East Hleeeker at. Madame Walters, distinguished olaikvoy. ant. Vla.1 her lor everything?sickness, business, theft, names, number*, food lueK. .181 Canal street. Madame roba, great natural clairvoyant, reveals your whole Iff# Office Nov S Greene street, earner of Canal. Consultation |1. M ADAM HOPE?BY PALMISTRY ON ALL A TP A IRS of lite. Ladies 81; gentlemen $9. lift Sixth avenue QOQ SEVENTH AVBNUF. NEAR THIRTY-FIRST OdO street? Mme. RAY, Clairvoyant and Astrolngisi. Lucky numbers. Speedy Marriages. Ladles, 85 cents; gen's, 60 cent*. MKIliUAI.. A TRUTH ?MADAMR DBSP.VRD'S PILLS ARE WAR ranted to give certain lelief to ladles. Price S$. SO Bowery, opposi'e Sixth street Uours, 9 A. M. io4 V M. Medicines aent by mail _ Advice to married ladibs.-madame rks. TKLL'S In fall Lie French Female PI1D;_ No. I, price SI, or No. *, price $6. which can neeer fall; sa'c snd healthy, (Mice 94 West Thlrty-fourtn street, u*ar .sixth avenue. Sent by mall. Address box 9,859. Also sold at druggist's, I5U Greenwich street LL LADIES WHO NEED SPECIAL MEDICAL OB \ snrgi'-il treatment should consult CIIABLKH LUi'/.E, 4. D.. 92b Broadway, who haa had twenty year*' snoressfnl iractP e and guarantee* immediate relief In all cases with M. nractb e and gusrsii_-__ out palu or exposure. Consultation frse. charges modee. ate. A BLESSING TO LADIES.?A LADY WRITES-?POE fX tugnese Female Pll'* relieved ino In one day, without nconvenlpiHie. like magic. Price $5. Dr. A. M. MAUR1 /KAO, oflke 189 Liberty etreet or sent by mall. Am. maurickau. m. d.. professor of midwife . ry, tlilrty years'**ctloe, at 129 i.ttieriy street. Guar antes certain rettet to Ate*, from whatever cense. A OREAT AND SURE REMEDY FOB LADIES ?TDK Poringiiess Fcinaie PHI* always give Immediate relief; price gg. Beware of Imitator* who copy my advertise m?nt* to sell tmlsonous eomoound* as "FenshfrBM'' sod "Ex. tracts." Dv. A. M. MaCBICKAU, 1W Libertv strest. A -THE LADIES INFALLIBLE BENKPACTOB-DR. . POWERS' never falling periodical remedies. Cure guaranteed. Offloe 199 Klin street. (CONFIDENTIAL OONSULTATION8.-DR. M. OOR J BUTT, member of 14. Y. U Medical College and R. C. Surgeoas, London, can be consulted as usual on certain <1 ew-e*. _ office 90 Centre street near Chambers. N. 1 dls No fee iiolsss cured. DR. EENNEDT'M REMEDIES CURE; NOTHING ELSE can. Unfortunate*, use thrm and Kennedy's lnvtgors ora where manhood Is impaired. Offloe 19$ Elm stress. tLECTRICITT POSITIVELY RELIEVES AT ONCE i without pain or exposure. Avoid dangerous dregs and erations Dr. and Msdsme DUBOIS, lb Third avenua. Ilef guaranteed from Whatever causa Boarct fADAMR RB8TELL?PROFESSOR OP MIDWIFERY [ aver thirty years, guarantees immediate relief to every y requiring medical or eurgteal treatment from whatever ISC. Offloe $4 West Ttalrty-ftiiirth street near Histh sv. OWEBS' ELIXIR 18 THE INVIGORATING MRDI elne, the mental physle so long sought fhr and nsver ore found. Offloe 19$ Kim street. THE'GREAT BENEFACTOR FOE LADIES 18 DR POWERS' infallible Periodical Pills and Bxlraeta. War ranted. Avoid imitations Proeurs of Dr. Powers, 19$ Elm sires'. Pltay .TIerrlck. Tbe death of this gentleman look pi tea oa Friday laat, at bis residence in Boytoa, from paralyaa Tba deceased was a native of Brookfleld, Massachusetts, and was born on tba 3d of August, 1794. He graduated in 1414 at Harvard College, in tba aama class with Preeoott, tba historian, and Jamos Walker, and ai tar leaving col lage studied law under Governor Uncotn ol Worcaatar, He waa admitted to tba liar In 1417, and far the ensuing seven years practiced his profession at tba towns or Hwanray and Tannton. At the atplrailon of that time be removed to Worcaatar, where ha anon obtained an enviable reputation for legal ability, and was county and district attorney and legal representative of Worcester in the General Court for many years In 1943 Mr Merrick became one of the lodge* of the Court of Common Pleas, wbioh position ha realgtied in 1949, after holding it for ?is years to tha general satla'aotion of tba public and " - . . - oted r the bar. For two years afterward be devoted bis time to tba practice of lils profession, and in bo doing became the senior counsel for the defem-* of Professor Webstar, charged with tba murder of Dr. Parkman. In 1961 Judge Merrick waa atatn appointed to a Judgeship of tba Common Pleas, and this position be held until ISM, when he wm appointed a judge ot tbe Supremo Court, to succeed Mr. Caleb dishing. In 1M14 an attack of paralysis necessitated tbe resignation of his seat on tbe bench, since when he has lived In retirement. As a politician Judge Merrick was a strong democrat, aad waa elected In both branches of tbe legislature, by bis party several times. He waa a man of fine Intellect and larga information, and waa considered one of the ablest legal minds In tlwwBtate, He waa married In 1821 to Mary, daughter or Isaiah Thoraar, ai.d slater of B F Thomas. A raw years aeo bis wife died, leaving no children Jwwiew ftmltb. Tbe Glasgow Htmld, of a recent date, announces tbe death of Mr. James Smith, of Jordan Hill, la the 911th year of Ma age. Tbe deceased first .became known to the pnbltc as the author of tbe "Voyage and Shipwreck of 8ft. Paul," n work whieh created some eotiee on its appearance. In later yeara be earned a reputation among scientific men for hie valuable contributions to geeloiy. as wall aa for bis varied sennit ace aire sees la. TIE VOICE or THE PEOPLE. Hintf, Suggestions, Complaints and Ideas of Correspondents. A large number of eomplainta, deounc.aiiona and sug gestions in relation to publio grlevancea are board tbia week. The (lrat subject that oomoo up la The PaiaafO of Ike Rlrrr. Odo proposition to to fill la the river at lit narrowest point botwoen Brooklyn aad Now York, tkua forming a ootid pathway three hundred fret brood. Another cor reepondent rxpreeero the utmost contempt for tbe piano preoeated for bridging the river, and declaree that the people wilt not have tbe patience to wait for tbe com pletion of ouch a work. In hi* opinion neither a bridge nor a tunnel are practicable, but what he tbiaka >* aeeea rary aa well at feasible la the "tubtog" of the nver with an iron pipe or tube twelve feet in diameter, through which a pneumatic railway might be arranged to run. A New Secret Mortely. A wide-awake correspondent, having discovered the existence in this city of a new aeoret order, under the designation of the "Southwest Circle," writes to the Hkxmji, with the expectation of learning through it tbe details of the secret workings of the sooiety and the ex tent of its membership. The writer has beard that ita members boast of having taken in hdndreds of nevicaa lately, on payment of an initiation fee of $50, and that their object is to protect the President in caae of an im peaebmont. The writer, aftor giving such full details of tliis romantic plot, asks for more. Tbe Castle t.nrden Intelligence Ofiler. A serious complaint is mado against the managers of the Intelligence office at Castle Garden. The correspond ent says, on this subject:? Originally It was meant to be an office through which mulo and female immigrants could, for the first six months after their arrival In this country, procure em ployment without inclining any expense; hut now, through favoritism or negligent e of employe^ all classes are to be found there, and no lady can visit tbe offlre with the intontion of procuring help withonl being insulted. Both men and women, long resident in this city, frequent the office and present themselves to ladies visiting the place for servants, and when their exorbi tant terms are not agreed to, they insult and threaten the would bo employers, and prevent the newly urrived immigrant from accepting their offers." The rorrespon dent concludes with a call on the Comminlhners fur an abatement of the evil. The I.<im of the Commodore. v ^ not her correspondent, "R," takes exception to the statements made in the report of Messrs. R. 11. Mew and Wm. Bradford, Inspector of Steamboat?, in relat en to the ( ommodore disaster, especially the statement by the former, "that the law is Inadequate to enforce the moral obligations of owners and others," and by the latter, that "steamboat owners seem slow to take tbe necessary legal promotions required In bad weather for the safety of passengers, their tendency being to dL-riv*rd tbo laws." Tbe correspondent, on tbe contrary, contends that the laws ore adequate to every emergency. In spectors receive plenary powor to prevent vessels sailing wben they bare not thoroughly complied with the law. The writer declares that whilo Mr. Mow says that Captain Bradford regarded the Commodore aa unsafe, the local inspector knew her to be un safe and withheld a certificate, "In defiance of which Judgment, tbe Commodore went to sea under tbe very noses of tbe Inspection officers. The corre spondent calls for a vigorous example to be prevented of the rigor of tbe law. "A Sea Captain." also writing on the subject of the Commodore diaaster, finds fault with the stat -inent in Mr. Mew's report to the Secretary of the Treasury, that during tbe day of the diaaeter the barometer IW1 to 28 8. The writer scofifo at the Idea of tbe barometer falling to snob a point in theae latitudes, and asserts that according to bis observations tbe barometer has not fallen below 2010 daring tbe last year, and he questions the assertion that Mr. Mew, Cantata Bradford or say other man ever aa* the barometer down as low an 28 fi le this latitude. Fire filgnsls. "Efficiency" proposes that In order to facilitate the transmission of fire alarms to the central station, all tha "locality stations ' be supplied with signal boxes. As it is much t me is often lost In travelling to the signal sta tion with tbfl'lateiligeace of the Ore. and to remedy this evil the writer thinks the execution of the abote propo sition all sufficient. MemethlM for the Raltread Conipnnlra. A shrewd correspondent proposes a remarkably orig inal plan for the statement of the evils of overcrowded cars. According to his plan the cars should be com pelled, under e penalty of $10, to stop for every passen ger the! bails them, "no matter how many person* may have been taken already as passengersor. as a final alternative, tbe companies should resign their monopo lies. But should there be no eeat In the car for tbe passenger time taken on he should be obliged to jmy his fare, not to tbe conductor, bat Into a locked char.ty box placed nt either end of the car. In short, according to this plan, all who obtain teats should pay the com pany. while those standing should contribute (heir feres to the boxes of the public chain lee. The contribution* should l>e taken from tbe boxes by regularly appointed agents, who should lie oblU-ed ?o note the sum collected, In a book hanging he*-de tbe box for public ImqwcPon. If a law were framed on Ibis pr.nclpte the correspond! nt thinks it would enforce Itself. It would be ?? the interest of tbe pe-senier to enforce tbe Charity box penalty, as it would have a tendency to procure him a seat the next time. It would be to the Interest of the railroad company to romps) tbs par men t of fhre Into the cbarity liox, or otherwise the care would be crowded with pavsangers tha moment ono was seen standing lp, and it would be to tbe Interest of the companies to put on car* enough to give eto ry one soets, In order to secure all of the pa-sage money. If thl? system were enforced tbe writer mnclude* that $200,000 peranuum would, undet ihe present crowded circumstances, he *t>< nred for charitable institutions. The llnncrrs of tlhrnp Hnildlnn*. Ano'ber ? ommuDiuAllon it aproptrw of (he late fatal accident to n I or by uia falling no htm, while Id bod, ol a qnrntl'T of plu-oer from the nailing. Thla writer da clnree that thi* falling of ceilings la occasioned by tba beams In the house- being placed too far apart, an well aa in frequent rases by the cheap and coueeq i-ntlj bad quality of the mortar a and. Tha system of building now in vogue be also coDaidera bad. An advise* lhoi all who build bonaea make special contracts with boms* in aarh trade, Instead of arranging with a builder who will tab let carpenter, mason and other work to parties whose interest will than be to do it as chaaply aa poerihla. I.ark of Means for Rxrlaaulahlnn Fire*. A communis atlnn from Iba "decretory of a fire In surance Company" eats forth in an alarmingly definite manner the danger to the elty from Are, and dwells pathetically on the links and losaes incurred by the in surance companies The correspondent argues that the city la In ?ucb n deplomMs condition from lbs lack of sufficient water, that, should several large Area error simultaneously, the conflagrations of 103A and IMA would be dwarfed beside what would occor. The in aurance companies he states bars mflbrad so saversly of late from low rates and sweeping Area that radical cbsnra are ran ad aaoenaary In regard to the modes of doing their business. Aa a relief to the pranaat condition nf affairs be propones the arrest of all who waste water, the cleeneg out of rubbish by the Insured from their premises, the placing of all men red goods en platforms d from threw to all Inebaa from tha ffeov t raised from three to alt inebaa from tha ffeov to i damage from water, the doing away with the custom of storing oils in tha business portions of the city, the lay ing or n*w water mains from the Reservoir to the lower portion of the city, tha employ moot of special polieeeaea at all bonded warehouses daring the night, and the re moral of mannfor?*Mnt esumiahm- *?* owtetdo of the mercantile portions of tha city. On thene ten** ?s^ writer thinks tha insurance companies will ho ahie to ksap their beads above water. Hnrdmrtee la Torkvtllo. A comnla nt la made by n rltlrea maiding In lighty aavantb street that borglnrtee are of nightly oceurrence in TorkvtHe. bouses being broken open and robbed mote completely time after time, the thieves operating with perfect Impunity and hearing of henry quantities of plunder, which is never recovered by the police. The writer wishes the attention of the proper nothorttiee called to this (late of affhira, with the view of providing a speedy rfinedy. A Protest Agalast PopnTnr r.otterlew. A clerk employed at Port Columbus, Governor'* Island, writes that ha purchased a number of tickets m the lottery lately drawn at Cooper Institute, bat that be did not draw a prise with either of bis numbers Thie he oonsjdru a suspicious circumstance, and further ven tures to east doubt on tha method of working the whole affair. Ha wonkl like to kadw tha names of some <4 the parties who have drawn the leading prlsM, and wishes t?> he informed where they are to 6# found, aod whether they exist in the fleah er no! He furthermore offora to give ten dollar* to tha individual who drew the ten thousand dollars, or to any one who baa drawn and reoeiv ed any ol the leading prints, in case theyappear In person before him, and witn many other auggeetiooe and awwrMona encore-Is in shewing his dwnppoiniaeawl at not hating drawn a heavy stake for himeeif. The Bonnty CI n I me nf "Regulnrsu" A soldier writes to advance the claim to boaa!y of the regular soldiers who enllated before the war broke out, but who still terved through thru# year* of the Mntggl*. Pot iDstai.ce. ha states, a man who enlisted oo the nth of April, 1*11, * not entitled teeny UtUf, althcwgh hh has served through tha war. The correspondent further ihat the regular ofllcara are apposed to anu uie ccurage the eppllcatlon of prlvales 'yj* a* such sppl-cattons are Inimical to their (the offlcare | net it ions for lacrease of pay. The writer, In conrtuoten, rail* on the |nst minded man of Louvres* 'e do tea "regular* jUd-CA