Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 24, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 24, 1867 Page 3
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hovihs, mobi, ?cH *? un. 4 -VO KENT. FOR BUSINESS rUBTOSBS, THE A? Mora an Broadway la the aaw Herald buildW Ida a? aUglb'-e location to the city; dimensionsSUfPest. ? um information furnished at preaaat oAee of Harold. I JM -TO RENT, FROM 1ST OF MAY. TUB STORE ON ? ? Ann street la oaw Herald building. the meet eligible local tan for bminooa parpoaaa la Ida ally: <11 nana Won? S by ? feet Plana and information furnished al Ueraid o&oa l AH -to rbnt. in new herald building. cor-1 aar of Broadway and Ann atraet, Officea, Mamy or la aatta; laoal daairable location in the city. "*T M Plana and information fmrnlehad at oiftoa at the Harakl. M A -TO LET?FROM 1ST OF MAT, TOP FLOOR OF A. tiouaa KB Naaaaa atraet. cornerof Ann street, suit- | able for light business purposes. Apply at tba Herald oOOca J?FOR RBNT. PORTIONS OP THE BUILDING . eorner of Fulton and Naaaau streets, now ooenpiad ' tba Now York Herald. Apply at Harold offiot. J-TO RENT?THE UPPER PART OP HOUBB . Ann atraet, aeeond and tblrd Boon. Apply at tba Marald office. AT S19 FOURTH ATRNLTLCITT AND COUNTRY A Houaea to let-See STAN LET DATS Baal Eatate Ctr -rrf-r. which can be had free or mailed upon receipt of atamp ? A OBNTLBMAN OWNINO A MEDIUM SIZED WELL A furnished iisuse, In tba neighborhood of Union square, on the west aide, would let It to a strictly private family, who would Board himself and daughter, but take no other boarder*. Add re a* Mr. Herbert, Box 180 Herald Offloe. Agents please not apply. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET THE LOWBB PART A of a pleasant House, with Improvements, in West Twenty-fourth street Cell on or address A R. MANN, No. 8 Greenwich avenue. A SECOND-FLOOR AND BACK BASEMENT TO let to a small genteel family: all modern Improvements. 48 Third street, first bouse from Beoond avenue. RontfOOa month. A?TO LET TWO FIRST CLASS FULL FRONT ? three story and basement brick Houses on Murray Mill; rent (3,200 per annum each. McORATH a ORADY, 334 Ninth avenue. A T R. H. GIBBONS A CO.'S REAL ESTATE AND IN J\ surance Agency. 440 Broome street?Houaea to Let In all parts of New York and Brooklyn at reduced rents. A THIRD FLOOR TO RENT-IN PRIVATE HOUSE IN Thirty-sixth street, between Seventh end Eighth ave nuee; five rooms, four-closeu, Ac., to a small American fam ily. E. L. COOPER, 61 Murray atreet. A HANDSOME, THOROUGHLY FURNISHED HOUSE to let, half an hour from the city; ten rooms, large gar den, fruit stsblg, Ac.; possession Immediately; rent very low. Address WTW., llerald office. A FIRST CLASS HOUSE ON WEST THIRTY-8IXTH atreet near Fifth avenue, to a strictly private family willing to purchase the furniture. JOSEPH MASON, 39 Pine street. AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE IN THIRTY second street near Fifth avenue, to let For par ticulars, Inquire at 49 East Twanty-thlrd street A FLOOR TO LET-IN BROWN STONE HOUSE, Sixth avenue, above Forty-second street; seven rooms, hath room, gas, Ac., at (600. Also a Floor at (000. Also a Lease of eignt years, Broadway, near Madison square, for sale. RJCHD. AMKBMAN, 840 Sixth avenue. AT YONRERS.-TO LET, FURNISHED OR UNFUR ntahea, a House and six acres; modern improvements In; plenty of fruit carnage house, Ac. Rent reasonable. A Aire as Jemes, Yonkers. A FOUR STORY BROWN BTONE HOU8E (FURNISH ed) to let 1st of May, to a responsible American family, who will board a lady and her two children, grown; location Lexington avenue, near Firty-ninth street; rent (260 per month. Address box 4,888 Post office. References ex changed. A SPLENDID FACTORY TO LET-WHOLE OR PART, A with or without power: thoroughly lighted; fine yard. Inquire on premises. 821 Fifth street AT YONKERS-A BRICK DWELLING. IS ROOMS, Warburton avenue; view of river for miles. Apply to J. W. LYuN, Park atreet corner of Duane and Centre, till Monday. Rent (800. A FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET?IN FIRST PLACE, Brooklyn, between Clinton and Court streets; first class four story high stoop house. 26x86. elegantly furnished; will bo let to a private family only for 8'or 12 months; rent (360. Address House, box 2.730 New York Post office. A FURNISHED HOUSE BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED A. on the Hudson to rent for the summer months, at Cats kill. N. Y. Housa oont&ias IS rooms in perfect order: stable. Ac., attached; four acres of ground, ana all kinda of choice fruit; rent for the term, (1,163. Apply ta JOHN FBT TRETCH, 418 Third avenue. A N ELEGANTLY FURNISHED BROWN STONE A Housa on Hurray Hill, Tbirif-flfth street, to let, at f?%roSdway Fomcm>od AprU *? to F* c- WJE8T' A8UIT OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET TO A ?mail family without children; house and location Brat claae. Apply at 188 Weet Fourteenth street A FURNISHED HOUSE IN CLINTON PLACB TO Hot, containing 18 ronma; rent (R)0 par month. Ad ? Drag Store, 1DI Sixth avenue. Anew four story house, near central Park, furnished. Rent, to a email American family, for company, mostly taken In board for two. Apply at 187 Broadway, room 12. AW THREE STORY AND BASEMENT HOUSE CON - tainlag 14 room*, with (table, 3 lota of ground In gar Aea, grape arbor, Ac., to let on 144th * tree!, near Eighth avenue; rent only USO JOSEPH MoGCIRE, 11$ Naeeau street. a om orrr and country bouse to let, consist. Htaof house, stable and surrounding grounds, beautl out in garden, with choice shrubbery, fruit, A Si fifty-seventh street and First avenue; goodlbca Uon; fine view of East river and surrounding country. m JOSEPH McGUIRK, 116 Nassau street.B A SMALL, NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE ON FORTY A ninth street, near Lexington arenue, to let by JOSEPH MoOUIRK, 118 Nassau street A COTTAGE OP EIGHT ROOMS-NO. 278 WEST Twenty-fourth street?to let. and part of Furniture for For terms and permits apply to OEO. L. CANNON, Broadway. A ?TO LET, HOUSES, STORES. FLOORS, LOFTS A? and Apartments, for business and dwellings, in New York-Noe. 12, 1!% Id 14*. 43, 45. fid, <8 and HS Crosby street, near Broadway?No. 14 now idle; also 168 Grand. 37 Jay, JWMott; 136, 336 and <S7 KWington; OSCIinion, No. 6 Goerck, 76 Mulberry. 390 Broome, 217 East Thirty-fifth street, three Floors in 431 Broome, and two Houses in Mi netta, near Bleecker street. In Brooklyn?27 Micks street and 66 Adams street, near Pulton ferry. Floors and Apart menu, with lmmedlnie possession. By M. T. .GIBBONS A BON, 161 Grand street, near Ceatre. A FINELY FUBNI8HED FOUR STORY BROWN STONE basement House, near Fifth avenue, on Twelttb street; pttae $326 per month. Addreee Rent, Herald office. A BROADWAY STORE TO LET-OPPOSITE THE ST. James Hotel. Inquire on the premises, 1,140 Broadway, eorner Twenty-tilth street. A BBOWN STONE POUR STORY AND BASEMENT A House, every Improvement, near Broadway, in East Fourteenth street; rent $3,609; or rroprtetor and wife will hoard with and reduce the rent to $1,200. Address O. C., box B$68 Poet office, and vou will be called upon. A FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET-NO. 30 WAVERLEY place, near Broadway; every Improvement in the ; rent $SR> a month. Apply at 736 Broadway, in the RARE CHANCE FOR HOU8RKBBPING-A VERY A neat Floor handsomely turnlshed, to a small family i would sail furniture; rent $45 per month. Us Third arena NICE. COSBY, ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE, month; p-'S i soon; also several others, from $1 ADAMS A CO., 963 Broadway. PRAME DWELLING HOUSE ON OATES AVENUE, Mar Van Nt errand avenue. Brooklyn. Kent MOO. W. 1. NICHOLS, 14 WaUstreet. Am COUPLE OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-SUIT. able for housekeeping; also a House and Store to let, wwlataing $0 rooms. Call at 66 East Twenty-aixlb street. SMALL DRY GOODS STORE. IN BEST BUSINESS HSrt of Third arsons. to let, with Stock and Fixtures ? or fltturea, without stock. Apply on premises, 430 STOMA, L. I.?HOUSE 'lO LET. CONTAINING Improvements, 11 rooms: four acres, barn, car men bouse, Ac. HAOOKBTT A PHKLP6, U Pine street. YEBY COMFORTABLE, WELL FURNISHBD BASE meat, a few doors from Fifth aventto. on Twenty scv ??? to rant lor one tear; to an acceptable tenant th ? rent would bo moderate. Apply for permit to E. H. LUD LOW A tXL, No. I riao street A LABOR ROOM TO LET ON GROUND FLOOR, A suitable for doctor's office, at 109 Fourth avenun, near fmMflb street. -TO LET. TO A FAMILY OF NOT MORR THAN A-Tt . the wNhgaa street. Possession immediately. Rent cheap. Jk, three pereons,five Rooms on tha second floor of a house svtth gas and water, where there are only two In family lo tbe house. Inquire on the premises, 413 P.aet Fifty, third AT 81 A Ml SlMl T 817 AND $19 BROADWAY, CORNSR OF TWELFTH street, to let. eligible corner Rooms; also fourth floor, " Twelfth street. Apply as per bill* <>n door. A -TO LET-THR HOUSE AND STORE 2M BROOME A. Mreet; also the three story Konaoa Nos. 7, 9 and II Laigbi street, near Canal street; would be let for business purpose*. J. C. BULKY, 10 Fifth street. MEDIUM SIZED HOUSE TO LET AT FORT WASH Ington. close to the residence of J. O. Bennett, Esq.; i view rrt the Hudson rirsr. rent $-',(100 per annum. POTTER BROTHERS A BELLAMY. No. 3 Pine si A CHURCH STREET STORK AND BAHKMBNT TO rent (or $3600: best location In the dtv; possess Ion Immediately If required. Apply at 187 Church street In quire for George. AN ELEGANTLY FURNI8HF.D BROWN STONE House on West Thirty eighth street, complete in every re*pert, to rent to a responsible private Istnily. at a reasons hta rent. KINO A CO.. No. 9 West Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Hole*. Also unfurnished houses in the best lo. calittes In the city. Parties la want of first class respon sible tenants for houeeeenn be supplied No. 9 Twenty-third street Fifth Avenue liolel. APARTMBNT8 TOI LET-THREE ROOMS-148 THIRD avenue, second floor, over store, $22; also Lower Part Bast Forty-filth street, sit rooms. $41 ADAMS A CO., 90S Broadway, AT 46 UNION SQUARE, BETWEEN BROADWAY JL and University place, the Second, Third ana .Fourth Floors to let, separately or together, suitable for millinery, dress making or some other Hf ht. genteel bus nose; house is 83 by itS feet deep. Apply to B. II, LlDLOW A CO., N?. $ Fine alrerf. Bakery to let-in ba?bm^T 9o thIRO ave. nne. with iwo large ovens; long established: floe etand; large business; vault tn 4 0Q M Barber shop to let.-a good Roo*. for thispurpose, with ntra sdisntages. Apply at the Wall House, Wllltamsberil, Immediately. _______ Barroom to lrt-to a first class party. with all the trade of a first class hotel. Apply at ,lke Wall House, WtUtauubtug. 1TUI FOURTH AVBNUK-1Y STANIJtTDAT. A roLBT-uAmR5r?.SaWte4ootook Mlnw4vH.kl.UMU Mk WU.M Immediate mS?iroe!d iraj, t^i gist end Ud A. M Sejji ? roome!'P Brmd??. M??a 11 lb ud IPfc sA, kd door, over ?tor*. 2bslM> U dtk Boor. over (tore, 26x110 irv v l.UQU Broadway, W. 18th ud l*h aia.. for buelaee. top posea, 1 floor* oror (tor*. 8 rooms, from May 1,1887. 1.808 Fourth a*., bet. Mill aad 2S4h at*., atom 1,008 Lexington av? 4 alary Bngiiah basement brown atone corner, per annnm 8.000 Seconda*-, between 40lh and dlat at., two atoiy brick Store and Dwelling. 24.8^*80. Sixth bt., corner, between 45thand flOUt eta, Store and flaaainanl 800 Store, Basement and Second Floor 1,300 Store. Bate meet, and Second Floor and two atory frame on rear of>. a* 1,500 Sixth nr.. between Amity and 'Fourth ate., three story brick. SOiaMC. Store and Dwelling; rent $1,100; 1mm for itle, price. 3,900 Si Mark'* place, h et. lat and id av*.?4 atory high atoop brown stoae, with oiled cloth for all the belle, win* dow ahadee and gas fixture* .. 3,000 Colon sq., No. 42. bet 16th and 17th at*.?4 atory high atoop urlok, 80x66a 120; 77 6,000 r nion square, bet. 14th and 15lh at*., lat door and bate ment; rent $1,000 per annum to May 1, 1869. & years' lease after at $1000 per annum. Lease for sale; price 4,000 Thirteenth ai, bet 8d A Sd are.?4 atory hixh stoop brown etone; 22^x53x100... 8,800 *4th at., bet. 84 aud 9d I".?J&h)e, 24*100, twelve ?tallxknd wagon room; per annum 008 .w St! Lexington and 3d avs.?-Cellar and stable, 26x100; rent per annum 1,800 .5 S?'- ie*'n8lon end Sdav.. the dwelling orer the Bull's Head Beak, contains 20 rooms, all Improve* menta, per annum..:! 777*; 1,800 58th at, bet. 2d and Sd art., 2 story frame, with excel lent yard ...77! too 80th ei, bet. 2d aad 3d in, private atablr, carriage bouse, loft, Ac ! 77! 808 Astoria, 2 atory frame houae, 5 acres of ground, barn, _stable end other oulbutldluge, per annum 500 Bull a berry?Frame House (filled in) 40x40, with barn, _ hennery, stable and 11 acres of ground, per annum.. 1,800 Fordbsm, Westchester county, five minutes' walk west !ut'era KR- depot?Dwelling and 2 acres, known X,ss the Valentine property 400 New Kochelle?Large House on the Sound; contains 18 rooms; carriage house, large lawn, per annum v 1.400 New Kochelle?Frame House, contains 12 rooms; three acres, garden and lawn, per annum P 800 Orange. New Haven County, Conn.; 2 story and attlo frame; oontalns 10 rooms, besides attic, one acre of ground 150 Do., with Barn and stable, and extra Land 200 Tremont, within 3 minute's walk of Harlem railroad depot, a 2 story attic and basement brick house, con taining 18* rooms, water closets, dumb waiter, hot and cold water, stationary books, laundry, stables. CC???aeeeeeeeeseae...??eee???.eeeee..??.? ee..eeee l|Ww West Farms, Main street, 8 story attic and basament frame house, with large garden, stable and carriage house. Per annum 400 Weat Farms, 2 story basement and attic frame house. Perannum 360 DLACK8MITH SHOP, 84 MADISON STREET, TO JJ lease?For one or more years. Apply to W. S. JAR ?18, Ml Canal street Boarding house to let.?a first class five story and basement House to let. Apply on the pre. raises, 118 West Thirty-fifth street, two doors west of Broad. way. Bond strbet-to let, rent $i,ouo, a vert small three story House and Store, suitable for a physi cian, millinery store or real estate office. Inquire at 331) Bowery, ROOKLYN.?TO LET-POSSESSION IMMEDIATELY, a handsomely furnished three story high stop House in Washington avenue; all modern Improvements, with four lota of ground elegantly laid out as a garden. J. C. BAILEY! 10 Fifth street. N. Y.. or 84 Court et., Brooklyn. T? ROADWAY LOFTS. ABOVE CANAL STREET. TO D let.?A complete suit. 4 lofts, 25x100 feet, marble build ing; also three very eligible Lofts. 100 feet deep, and stable in rear; also a fine Store and Basement, 180 feet deep; also a large Room on second floor, opposite Stewart's, on a corner. Apply to E. H. LUDLOW A CO.. No. 3 Pine street. Broadway property to lease fob five years, 75x100, near Broome street; -also a fine second floor corner store, 30x75. H. BLUNT. 482 Broadway. Broadway, near fourth strekt-to let, sec ond, third and fourth floors of house 803 Broadway; 18 fine rooms. H. BLUNT, 482 Broadway. Broadway, near broome street-to lease for five years. Nos. 478, 480 and 488. each 28x100, separ ate or together. Apply to H. BLUNT. 488 Broadway. Broadway store to let-am, near spring street Offices and Lorto, same building. Apply from 11 to 2 in HolPs Malt Extract Depot, on the premises Broadway store.-i will rent to an opti clan or dealer in fine cutlery or French fancy goods, part of small Store, in the but location on Broadway. Address A. B. H., box 118 Herald office. CENTRAL PARK HOMES FOB SMALL FAMILIES? At the old price, $900 a year. Two story Cottages, with double verandahs, containing Ave rooms aad closets; large garden, plenty of shade ana spring water; one block from cars and Central Park; furnished or not. For particulars Inquire of N. ORB A CO., 88 John street. CLARKE'S HOCSE FURNISHING BUREAU-B8TAB lished April, 1888. for tbe supply of first class Furniture, Carpets, Mirrors. Redding. Pianofortes, Ac., upon monthly payments. 748 Broadway, COUNTRY SKAT TO LET?NORTH SHORE 8TATKN Island: house modern built and oommodious: 86 acres In garden and lawn; outbuildings oomplete; 1W mile from ?ending. HAOGBRTY A 1PHELPS. 11 Pine street. B /YOUNTBY SEATS TO RENT-AT PORTCHERTKR, V . Rye. West Farms, Mount Kisco. furnished end nnfur nished ; also Houses in this city and Brooklyn. P. F. IRELAND, KM Br end way. DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RESIDENCE TO LET-FOOT of Ninety-first street, on the Hudson; about nine seres of handsome grounds, stable. Ac.: frame house, furnished, at a low rate to a good party. Apply to O. H. BENEDICT A CO.. 81 Pine street. ThOCTOR OR DENTIST.?TO LET. THE FIRST FLOOR, IJ of two rooms, of English basement house Id East Thirtieth street, near Lexington avenue, from April 1. J3TOHT ROOMED HOUSE AND STORE. CORNER j Washington avenue and Mary street, Morrlsanla; rent 838 per month; without store, $20. First floor to let?at ms canal street, con slating of threo handsome rooms, suitable for moat any light fancy business. Inquire at 387 Canal street, in the store. First class furnished house to let.?loca tion East Fourteenth street, near Fifth avenue; com pletely furnished. ? 1 ' HAOOERTT A P1IBLP8. II Pine street FOR RENT-FROM 1ST OF MAT TO 1ST of Oc tober, a comfortable three story House, furnished throughout; nice garden, strawberries and fruit trees; sit uated within two hours' itde of the city, on the Morris and Essex Psllrosd. a short diaUnce from the depot Address box 3.328 Post office. For rent-the elegant rooms ovbr the tlnrt 885 Broadwsy; the entrance is wide and conve nient; location nusurpassed; the main room Is 26x50 feet, which makes It most desirable as a splendid showroom for a wholesale or retail business. A lease cad be obtained by applying to M. S. BROWN, No. 2 Warren street, or inquire or John S. PIERCE, in the store. Til OR SALE-FIVE TEARS' LEASE OP A FOUR r story English basement House; rent fll.XM. To let, elegantly furnished House nn Ninth street. HINMAN A CO.. It Wall street. Fort Washington.-to let, for one or two veera. a magnificent Country Seat; the house la large, stvbsh and partially furnished, about 800 feet above and overlooking the Hudson. This la. beyond question, one of the moat complete and elegant establishments on the river, and is as well adapted for a winter aa a summer residence. Extensive greenhouse (a splendid glass edifleot, gardens, lawn, roach house, stables and about 10 aorta land. Apply only to HAOORRfT A PHELPS, II Fine street PIRNTKTTED ROOMS-ALL COMPLETE POB HOl'SB kreplug, for a email family. Apply at he. 8 DominMt street. r'RNlSHBD ROOMS TO LET?OONST8TINO OP Reception. Psrlor and back Room, with gaa and bath; everythlug suitable for housekeeping. Beard for lady If re. quired. No other boarders in bouse. A alee, quiet, coeey place. He. ltl West Thirty-sixth street Furnished houses to let-in fourth, nine. taenth and Thirty-first streets J. C. BAILBT. 10 Fifth street Furnished bouse to let?murrat hill, near Fifth avanoe. An elegant four alory. high steophrnwn ?tons House, for two veers, to a strictly private family. Fog session about April 1& Terms reasonable. Address D. A. K., liersld office. ljRTRNISHED HOUSE TO LET.?A FOUR STORY F brown stone high stoop House. In a aped location, with an the modem Improvements, nleelr and completely fur nished. Win be let for the l-rm of two years, from May 1, 1887. For particulars apply at No. 71 Broadway, room 88. Furnished house to lkt.-thb half of a beautiful Residence, furnished, consisting of parlors, with two room* on second floor, kitchen, bath room, closets and servants' room. The owner eeeupylng the other half. The house is HI feet square, with splendid ground, fruit and shade tree*,*located in Ninth street, South Brooklyn, near tbe new Perk. Inquire at U Cadar street. Mew York. FM'ltNISHED HOUSE to RENT-NEAR FIFTH AVE 1 nite and <'antral Park, to a small family, and pert rent taken tu board by owner. Address J. P. B. \Co., M Beads street. FlRNIftHKD rooms for HOUSEKEEPING. WITH "onrenienee for washing; also single rooms. Apply to-4a*. or for one week, at 872 Sixth avenue, second Boor, next to corner Twentv-thlrd street. _ LYCRNTSHED HOUSE IN BROOKLYN; LOCATION r Henry street (heights); hsndsomelv furnished snd in complete order. HAOGF.RTT A PIIBLPS, 11 Pin# street. FACRNtSHED COUNTRY HOUSE, ON THE CONNEC 1 t.cnt river, near steamboat landing, to let for tbe aas snn.tery obeap. Apply te FRED. A. PETERSEN, Arch! Handsomely furnished house to let in Twenty-third street; brown stone front; 26x18, lot nth89, with stable; the owner Is going to Europe, and will let u a desirable party at low rate. O. H. BENEDICT A CO , 81 Pine street HfBOK EN.?SECOND FLOOR TO LET, NEAR TO ferry and New York business. Rent low-$20. Posses sion 1st. One other family oaly In tha house. 108 Bloom. field street. H8TEL To LEASE-AY RUTHERFORD PARK. PAS sslc river; scoomtaodatlons flret clam for 100 gttr#t? <36 mlnrtesl; 9 miles from New York, 8 from Newark, 6 from Patnjeon. MOORE A BROWN, 81 Nassau street HUTEL PROPKRTT TO LEASK-ON BROADWAY, corner Twenty fifth street, with one or two Stores Ir raoured; or a Partner wlU be taken with a cash capital "f frotnflfi.WW lo $10,000. Inquire ef SAMUEL D. GORMAN, 881 Roadway. HfVsE TO LET-IN FORTY-SBCOND STRRET, BE. tween Fffth and Madison avenues; four story high atnop, first class; possession 1st May. E. If. Ludlow, No. 3 Pine street. HeUKKKERPF.R8.-A rare opportunity, all the elegant Furniture of a parlor and four bedrooms for <tl' at a great sacrifice for cash. Magnificent Pianoforte, coat MM, will be sold for $178; heautifnl Parlor Suit coat $375 for MX); one block walnut flnlt in green repa for $76, Ar.: also two furnished Rooms lo let to single gniKlrmeh. liiqute at Jifl Weft 6lflht|l flWftfc boat BUth grume. ?JOPKEB TO LET.-MB* BAST port AJL street, modern iB(rcr?Mnu, twelve ro N<lt;NM)M Also, Furnished, at Treason!, HOUR KB, ROOMS, AC., TO LIT. BAST P0RTT8EVBNTH I (OOd _____ _____ _ IntleS. 1* beam fross City Hall, oonlalning nine room* , two acrm fraud, 1m gaMea, frail and row!*; healthy location; $1,000 rent. Inquire at 77 Nassau street, room No. f. Housekeepers or persons going to house kaeping will be suppbad, and can pay by weekly or monthly| payment*, for?Carpela, OUeiutha, Furniture of aura description, Bedding. Bedroom and Parlor Hutu, Ac., at BENDALL * SCOTTS, comer of Canal and Hudeon streets. TMPORTANT TO DRY GOODS DKAI.KK8.-TO I,KT, 1 in Brooklyn, a larce double Store, 40 feet wide by 100 feat deep, three elegant plate giam windows, newly shelved and Sued up for the dry good* bnatneaa: possession imme diately if required. Apply at 8 HE Ml A hi'8 gallery before JHOHN STREET.-CnEAP LOFTS TO LET.?A SECOND ? Floor for $378, a Third Floor for 8875 a Fourth Floor ~ fm BKADHl'RST A FIELD, 80 Cedar street LB B UVIUM BH VIBP?| freight depot, American Express buildings a ?treat ftEWBTT A BALDWIN, No. 2 Ha T EA8E ?SOUTHEAST CORNER HUDSON AND L Thontaa atreel. 84x90, opposite Hudaoa River Railroad and Duano larrisoQ ?t. Lodge room to lbt-for lodges, temper ante or other societies; root low. Thaitan tfhll, 481 Grand atreel. T 0FT8 TO LET.?EIGHT WELL LIGHTED LOFT8, Li gas, An, formaaufacturerc. Apply to O. BRADLEY, 170 Broadway. Lofts to let.-apply on the premises, hi Broadway, np stairs. Lofts to lbt-for manufacturing FURrosEs, in If# Fourth avenue, near Fourteenth atreet. NtU. Apply at 11# Fourth avenue. P. CUFF. PART OF A LARGE. ELEGANT BROWN STONE House on Second avenue and Flftv>nrst atreet. con ?latins of 8 room*, to let to a antall respectable family, only two persona to occupy the remainder. JOSEPH MoCUIRE, 11# Kaaaau street. PART OF A GOOD BRICK HIGH STOOP HOUSE TO let, with two basements, parlors with extensions, aud bedrooms; only two blocks frera either ferrv. EDW'D SWIFT, 191 Centre slreel. PART OF A HOUSE TO LET?NO. 26 EAST SEVENTY third street, with mil modern improvements, for adults only. PLBA8ANT FAMILY MANSION?NEAR FLUSHING, specially adapted to a large family y/t mile from depot, adjoining residence of J. H. Rrnwer. House nOxtl, ttvn sto ries, basement and large attic; fifteen rooms, twelve closets; piazza two sides, lawn, shrubbery, evergreen hedges; healthy location, excellent water; ground for vegetable garden; ?table room If desired. Rent $#oa PRINCE A CO., Flushing. Rooms for storage of furniture, baggage, Ac , from $3 per month up. Also storage by the piece or load. 300 West Thirty-fourth street, corner of Eighth av. JTEAM POWER TO LET.?A NUMBER OP WELL _ small. No wood work at SCHWARTZ, 363 East Fifty STEAM POWER TO LET. lighted Rooms, large and lowed. Apply to CHRISTIAN Si STORE TO LET-IN CHAMBERS STREET. 25 BY 76 feet, and very pleasant. For particulars call at 148 Chambers street. STORE TO LET AND FIXTURES FOR SALE-NO. MS Eighth aveuue; best business location on the avenue for a millinery and fancy goods. STORAGE TO LET-FOR FURNITUBE AND MER chandtse. in the first class storage warehouse No. 286 Hudson street, between Canal and Spring. Apply to JOHN L. BOGGS, Id the store on the premises. Third story to let-unfurnished, in pri vate house up town, west side; rent qiodcrate to a small family without children. Address Freucbtown, box 127 Herald office. TO DRE88MAKRR8.?TO LET. IN CLINTON PLACE, A Lower Part of House; has been occupied for a number of years by a dressmaker dolug a first class private buaiuasa; lease, good will, Ac., for sale; cheap rent Address Dress maker, Herald office. mO LET?BROADWAY STORE AND RASF.MENT- 708 A Broadway; a part of this store suitabl e for book or sta tionery business. Apply on piemises. TO LET?AT 712 BROADWAY, OPPOSITE WASHINO ton place, the Seeond Floor, richly decorated, suitable for tailoring, fancy store, piano and music store, Ac., or Lease for sale. Inquire of TILMAN, on the premises. TO LET?A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE, all modern Improvements. Inquire of the owner, at 218 West Thurty-Bm street. mo LET?TO A SMALL FAMILY OP ADULTS, THE A Upper Part of House 79 Christopher atreet. Apply on the practises, from 8 to 4 r. M. mo LET-A FINE 8TOKB, WITH PLATE GLASS A front 110x28; cellar attached; fitted up In good style for any large business; 170 Sixth avenue, corner Twelfth street Fixtures for sale. Rent low. Also to let, two Floors, con taining sis fine rooms each: fitted np with all modern Im provements. Apply In the store. mo LET?A SMALL THREE STORY HIGH STOOP A brick House in Brooklyn; location good, with modern improvements: rent moderate to a suitable party. For price. Sc., see TAYLOR. 349 Canal street, Now York. r LET?IN WBST FOURTEENTH STREET, A FIRST class four story brick, three rooms deep; all the modern improvements. Rent S3.800. ROBERT MACLAY. 77 Cedar street. TO LET-PART OP A MODERN BUILT HOUSE. THE owner occupying the remainder. Apply ?t Ml Beet Sixteenth street. Bret door eeet of 8tnyve?ant square. r LET-A NEATLY FURNISHED THREE STORY Route, in good location, for Are month* from May I, 1M7. Por particular* inquire In store, 810 Spring etreet. TO LET?FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR, OYER THE drug store, oorner Eighth avenue and Twenty-eighth street; 966 and $46 per month: has been used by a dentist for nme year*. Apply to SMITH A MEAD, 364 Eighth av. TO LET?THE LARUE BASEMENT, CORNER THIR teenth street and Sixth avenue, under the drug store. Apply to W. M. OILB8,189 Sixth avenue. r LET-IN GRAND STREET. JERSEY CITY, THE greater part of a first class three story brick House. For particulars address M. R.. box 207 Herald office. TO LET-A DESIRABLE LOCATION?TITE THREE storv and basement brown stone front House No. 76 Pint place, South Brooklvn. with or without parlor furni tnre. to a private family, Vlthln ten minutes walk of the ferry. r LET?THE LOWER PART OF THE HOUSE 3SI Amity street, suitable for business. mo LET-TO A FAMILY OF TWO OR THREE ADULTS, 1 without servant, Part of a House In Fiftieth street. Address C. G. C., Herald office. r LET-A WELL LIGHTED WORKSHOP, 75X46: steady steam power. Apply to FISHER A BIRD, 97 to 1US East Houston street. r LET?THE DWELLING FART OF THE FIVE story brown stone front building 1,129 Broadway, adjoining the fit. James Hotel, 94 rooms suitable fer a first class boarding house or furnished rooms. Can be seen between fend S o'clock. Inquire in the store, 1,129 Broadway. rl LET-FURNISHED HOUSE 904 BANT THIR teentii street, suitable for physician, milliner or dress maker. Rent $116 per month. Apply on the premises for three days. mo LET-IN BROOELYN. NEAR THE FERRIE8, A J. handsome three story high stoop House, furnished; con tains every modern Improvement: In fine decorative repair; to an unexnsptionable adult family It will he rented et n verr low rate for all months. Apply et 64 Barclay street, up stairs. r LET-A LARGE NEW DWELLING HOUSE, STA Me, oarriage bouse and garden, on the Bhwmingdale road, near Central Parh. PEED. A. PETERSEN, Architect. Wo. 6)4 Pine street. LET?THE SECOND FLOOR AND TWO ROOMS ?a third door of house 161 Laurens street. fJIO r LET?FURNISHED. A THREE STORY BROWN ?tone House end Stable, 96x46, IS rooms. Inquire on the premises. No. 61 Bedford avenue, corner of Wilson street. Williamsburg, or of JOHN JACKSON, Esq., 61 Lie- ? penerd street. New York. r LET?IN THE TOWN OF H8MPSTEAD, L. I., near the railroad station, a small House and Garden Spot, with immediate po?enlon. inquires! 418 Water at. rLET, FURNISHED?ON WEST TWENTY-SEVENTH street, rneat, three story high stoepHouss; rent $996 per month. DYE A CURTISH, 60S Sixth avenue. mo LET-TWO LARGE LOFTS, 76 BY 40 FEET WITH X or without steam power, centrally located, near Breed way. Apply to JOHN W. McGl lRE. 1.161 Broadway. r LET-SEVEN FURNISHED BOOM8. INQUIRE OF GEORGE GOULD, Mount Vernon Hotal, Westchester eonnty. TO LET-LARGE BUILDING. JERSEY CITY, NEAR, ferry: new 40-horse Engine, Boiler. Shafting, for sale et e bargain. Inquire of 8. R. BARTON, 911 Greene street, Jereey City. rLBT?THE PRBMI8BB 16 WOOSTBR 8TBBRT, near Canal, for business purposes; artificial fiowera, bonnet frames or any light business. Apply as above. Can be seen from 2 to 4 o'clock. r LET?THE NEW HOUSE AND STORE 3? GRAND street,' of the city. street, Williamsburg, In the clothing ? liBr-rnu nan huuhk and htukk ?>? iimsv treet, Wllltamsburg, located in the best business part i city. Inquire of rETBR R. BERT, 369 or 916 Oiand , Williamsburg, In the clothing store. rLBT?TWO ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR AND ONE on the attic floor; all modern improvements; good neighborhood; rent moderate to gentleman and wife. Ap. ply at 140 Madison street. rLBT?A HIGH STOOF THREE STORY HOUSE, with extension room. In Pacific street. Brooklyn, in a B neighborhood; gas and bath. For further particulars ire at67 Marion street, N. T. r LET-A CORNER HOUSE ON EIGHTH 6VENUE, above Thirty-ninth street, for hardware business Ap ply at 141 West Forty-sixth street. TO LET?SEVERAL DESIRABLE FLOORS AND Parts of Honsea. R. H. HINE, Ml Sixth avenue. TO LET-PART OF HOUSE NO. 114 NINTH 8TREBT, snltnblr for any light business. TO LET-FURNISHED, A THREE STORY BH'lWN stone high stoop House, in Thirty-sixth street, three doors west of Broadway. Inquire of Mrs. McCAUI.KV. 1.128 Broadway. rLBT?DUNOOMB PLACE. 19BTII STREET, HAR lem, brown stone House, with all the inudern improve ments, In floe order. Rent $1.not). ROBERT MACLAY, 77 Cedar street TO LET?A THREE STORY AND BASEMENT RRICK House. 11 rooms, furnished, to a small private familv. and Niu-t of the rent taken in board hy present occupant: well situated In West Twenty-fourth street. Address ieeeemy. t>o? 9ns Herald office. TO LET?PARTIES WANTING STORES OR LOFTS, may l>e suited by applying to RIDLEY A HOWELL, 86 Rcekmsn street. AIso Property for aale. LET-A HOUSE IN 1UTII STREET, FIRST HOUSE _ northeast of Third avenue, wllh all the newest Improve, incuts, to take pomessfon immedUtelv. Inquire of B. H Blcecker etfeafc 'rive $i,WN. rpn 1 n< HUVlEa, ROOMS. *C.. TO LfclT.

r> I.ET-A FLOOR OR LA ROB SINGLE ROOMS, suitable for club* or any busiues*. it vsry low price. 168 Bowery, third door. fJIO LET-THB FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS OF ? JL bouse la kast Thirteenth street. between Third and Fourth avenues; suitable fur milliiisrv and Uresamoktng; I* be let separately; rent |?k> a floor. Apply at m Broadway. L. 1SANKAU. rm LET?FiJRN 1SIIKD, WITH IMMEDIATE FOSSES ? ?ton. a neat two atory high stoop baaemaot and cellar brick. House. All modern improvements: loaatad oo liluth street. near steamboat landing. beautiful view of the river. Rout only AMI per atootb. Will eell the faroltureeheap and rent the houae for 9660. Apply to WILLIAM VAN WAGENEN, 1.301 Broadway. mo LET?LOFTS AND STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT X Steam Tower, at Pearl atreet. TO LET?PART OF HOUSE (SIX ROOMS), TO A family without chlldreu. Rent 960. Inquire at 009 Hudson atreet, up atair*. mo LET?HOU8E ON IRVING PLACE ; ONE ON X Brevoort place; one on Waverley place; one on Thirty aixth^ajj|e|t,^jirmabe^ or uuluroieliod. Apply te A. 3ER rpo LET-ON FIPTH AVENUE. ABOVE UNION X aquare. Brat elaaa and beautifully furnlahod Honse; otliera centrally located, Twelfth to Forty-second streets, BUD to9700 per month. W. F. SEYMOUR, 171 Broadway. mO LET?A THREE STORY BROWN STONE FRONT X ilouae, on Eaat Thlriy-SItli atreet containing all modem Itnproremcnt*. Apply to J. IIATHEWSON A SON, No. 8 mo LET?THE LOWEB PART OF TWO 8T0RT X House 330 Henry atreet, consisting of front end back basements, front and back parlor, with large bedrooms in attic; gaa, water, Ac. Rent 9630- Inquire aa above, or nt HO Murray atreet. mo LKT-A NEATLT FURNISHED m STORY HIGH ? ? j? 1 oca ted ,76 per X atuop Ilouae, with all modem improvement*, located on the west aide, to a ?mal! prtvate^famlly; rent $17 mou lb. Addreaa letter box 70, station A. TO LET-HALF OF A HOUSE IN WEST 8IXTY-NINTH atreet. near Tenth areuue. Apply to E. BENEDICT, Pier 41 North river. r LET?TO A RESPECTABLE FAMILY, WITHOUT children, an upper part In 238 West Thirty-sixth atreet, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Inquire en the premises for three days. TO LET?THE 8TORE AND THIRD FLOOR OP houae No. 190 Fulton avenue, Brooklyn, being 119 feet deep. Tbe third floor will he rented for meetings or lodge rooms. Inquire of J. CORDNAR, 3U5 Fulton avenue. TO LBT-A LARGE, HANDSOME ROOM. SUITABLE for a club or office purposes. Also e first rate, well furnished Sitting Room ana Bedroom. Apply at 13 Lcroy place, Bleecker street, close to Broadway. TO LET?A TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE ON TWENTY eighth street, between Second and Third avenues, II rooms; flower garden in front; gas and water; suitable for two families; $80 per month. ADAMS. 963 Broadway. TO LET-ANELEOANTLITTLE 8TORB, NOW FITTING up. corner of I welfth street and Third avenue, suitable or light business, millinery, tailoring, barber sbnp or shoe 'tore, with or without apartments. ADAM8. 933 Broadwsy. TO LET?FURNISHED, THE LOWER PART OF A house, 4 Rooms, to a email family; terms $60 per month. Apply at 27 Montgomery street, near Henry. TO LET-A FURNISHED HOUSE, WITH ALL THE modcro improvements, on Morton street, near Bedford avenue. Brooklyn, h. D. For further particulars address box32Brooklyn Post ofllce, E. D. TO LET?FOR PIANO OR CABINET WAREROOMS. splendid Rooms, on Broadway, suitable for the above business. M. S. MYERS, .493 Broadway. TO LET-ON BROADWAY, SOME SPLENDID LOKTS and Stores, above Canal street, suitable for any respect, able business. M. 8. MYERS. 493 Broadway. mo LET-BROADWAY. NEAR BROOME STREET? X First and Second Idifts, together or separate: sl-o a three atorv brick House, furnished. In a good neighborhood. Apply at 476J? Broadway, third flo Terms moderate. TO LET?LOFT ON SECOND FLOOR OF NO. 724 . Broadway. Apply to J0NK8 X CO.. No, 734 Broadway. rno LET-ON BROADWAY. OPPOSITE THE ST. 1 Nicholss Hotel, corner Spring street, those * lendid Lofts, 32x100, at prweeat occupied for tbe hat and fur trade; will be let for any respectable business on reasonable terms. WILLIAM H. SAGE, 498 Brosdwsv. r LET?THE UPPER FART OF THE HOUSE NO. 384 Bowerv, corner Houston street, for ? dwelling or bust, nest purposes. Apply on the premises. run. N West Eleventh street $iW t No. 4 Bond street. 4J0# MS Sixth aveuue. Store sq<1 Dwelling 1 il, St East Twenty seventh street 2.u<r 8S0 Sixth arena*, upper pert. 1 ?fl? Southeast eoruer till st. and 8th as., upper part I,ft'*1 I Baa 8lo ? buttdlnita to 7th as., bt. 47th and 4Sth at. ea. 1,8Ctl Several Brat class Floors. Apply to 0 JOHN EATAN tow, Corner Fortveecond street and Sltth avenue. r LET?APARTMENTS OF FOUR ROOMS BACH ON second and third floors, 30 East Slrteanth street, near Stuyvesant park: small respectable families only need apply. Not shows Sunday. r LET?THE SPLENDIDLY LOCATED HOUSE 24 East Seventeenth street, 100 feet west of Union square, suitable for millinery or business purposes. Apply to E. II. LUDLOW A CO., No. ? Pine street. ?nO LET?TUE UPPER PART OF A THREE STORY J. House, IB East Eighty-fifth street, near Central Park. Apply there. . fO LET?THE FIRST CLASS HIGH STOOP BRICK House 20Ct Wast Forty-third street, partly furnished. Rent reasonable to a responsible party. Inquire of O. MIDENBERO A CO.. 846 Broadway. TO L8T?FURNISHED, A THREE STORY BROWN X stoue House, In a first class neighborhood. For par ticulars address House. Herald oflioe. ItO I.ET?AT NEW UTRECHT, NEAR THE DEPOT, A convenient and roomy House, with some Lots adjoin ing. Rent $800 per annum. JOSEPH MASON. ? Flue street r LET?TI1E UPPER PART OF BROWN STONE House 2CT7 West fiftieth street, consisting of six rooms, to a small family; rent reasonable. Inquire of O. SI DEN SE RG A CO., 345 Broadway. r LET.?TlIK OWNER HAVING MORE ROOM THAN he requires, wlsnea to let the Third Floor of his House, In Rank street, between Fourth sod Waverley place, con slating of four rooms, with gas. hot and cold water. Address or inquire of P. J. RONK. Washington street. TO LET-FROM APRIL 1, THE WELL KNOJTN, large and elegant mansion House and highly orna mented grounds of the lite Gabriel Winter, at Flushing, finished and furnished throughout: stables coach house. Jxrdener's cottage, green house, Ac., attached. Applv to OHN LIVINGSTON, 10 Broadway. TO LET-A FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HIGH stoop House, handsomely furnished and elegantly fres coed. Posaeaaion Immediately. Apply on the premises, 319 West Twenty-second street. TO LET?THE SECOND FLOOR OF A MODERN built house, handsomely furnished, to a small family. Apply at No. 8 Commerce street TO LET CHEAP?SEVERAL DESIRABLE FUR niahed Housee. R. H. lllNB, Ml Sixth avenue. rl.KT FURBISHED?ON MURRAY HILL, THE four store marble front nouse No. 39 Park avenue, next to corner of Thirty-sixth street: rent moderate. W. H.' WOOD, IB Wall street rLET FU RNIAUKD?RENT BUM. A FOUR STORY high stoop House in Weet Fifteenth street; has all the modern improvements; neighborhood good. ROBERT MACLayT?7 Cedar street rLBT, FURNISHED?THE THREE STORY BRICK House 25 Perry street (reserving one floor): has gas. bath, hot and cold water, closets, wavbtube. An. Inquire on premise* from 11 to 4 e'cloek, or at $1 Barclay street of L. LBtTu ENIS HE El"foiT ON B ~Y RARFR O M ~MA Y 1?A first class four story brown stone House; West ilrtv foutth street near Fifth avenne; rent SfiW per month. Address 8, station O. mo LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, THE 1 whole t ? '? *? business ] two, at 4# 1 IU' Thirl; T, WITH IHHKU1ATH rUBSESSIUS, TBS I upper portion of the premises 8M Broadway, for ^urpom. ^Apply between half-past twelve and rLET IN BROOELYN-BLBYBNTH STREET. COR ner of Ninth avenue, a small fraase House, $$0$. In quire at 87 First place, Brooklyn, or No. Pine street, mem No. 1. rLBT IE BBOOELYE-UPPBE PART OP HOUSE on Putnam avenue; two story and basement Bouse oa Madison street; three story brten House ea Washington ave ny, Inqutre at M Fulton avenue. J. COEDUAB. mo LET IN BROOKLYN, B. D?THE HOUSE AND 1 Store 30 <1 rand street. J. 0. BAILEY, 10 Fifth street, N. Y.. or 0 Court street, Brooklyn. rl-ET IN JERSEY CITY-FURNISHED HOUSE, with all modern Improvements; 7 minutes' walk from ferry. Possession April 1. Inquire of IRA H. POST, 10 Montgomery street, Jersey City. rLET, AND A POUR YEARS* LEASE FOR SALE cheep.?To any ooe wishing to engage la the restaurant business this m really an opportunity seldom of ered. A epleadld PI ret Floor and Basement In Ore ml street first door from Broadway: thirty feet front, eighty rest deep; basement same site; two large chew windows; large oven In the basement; surely a fortune for any one with a Utile capital. For particular* apply to WM. TAN WAGESKN, 1311 Broadway. Also one on Sixth avenue. IPO LET OR FOR 8ALE-A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY 1 Residence within nine miles of the City Hall, directly at a depot. House newly built. IS rooms, large garden, fruit. An.; the whole house In the most perfect order; price {12.(tun rent $1,00(1. For partleulare and diagram call at 301 Broadway. WM. VAN WAGKNKN. mo LET. OR LEASE FOR SALE-A FINE BUILDINO, 1 28x100. five stories, basement and aub-eellar. on the northeast corner of Hroome and Crosby streets, only about a? feet from Broadway: Broome street to one of the beat streets crossing Broadway. Will leaae 10 an advsntede for one who wants to seWet. or will sell the lease al a fine mar gin for inrestment. Kverr Boor is available. This building N suitable for manufacturing or mereanitla business. Apply to A. P. SMITH A BRO., 44 Plus street. TO LRASS-4 COUNTRY PL ACE, FRONTING ON t^Mig Island Sound, IS mmnles' walk from the oily and Molt Haven horse cars, which run ever? 15 minutes. House replrie with all modern conveniences, aurronnded with about 14 acres of land, conalstlng of lawn, garden, fruit and shrubbrrv; outbuilding*. ample and convenient. House contains parlor, library, dining and silting room, and eight bedrooms, bathroom and water closet, furnace and ample kitchen convenience*, calculated for a summer or winter residence. For situation and fine view le surpassed br few places tn the Htate. The place Is In clone proximity m Mr. While'*, Whitlook's, Hoe'a end Dstsir's r#*ldence*. Apply 10 JOHN K4VANAGH, northeast corner Forty-second street end Sixth avenue. flM) LRASK-RhNT REASONABLE?SOUTHWEST (U ib I ner of ThlrtV-aeenud street and Ninth avenue, four Rtory hrkk .-tore end Dwelling. Store Is sultntde for any busf. nee*. Dwelling conatste of three floor* ilfl room*): well adapted for a boarding house. McORATH AGRvDY, rtm ,gviam 9m s avenne. r RENT?A COtTAGE, CONTAINING SEVEN rooms, rent $400 per annum, with sn acre of ground, containing * large varietv of fruit trees and grape vines; beautiful view* of the river: half a mite from landing, at Cornwall on the Hudson, M mile* from Mew York. In outre at 0 Weat Ninth street. H0MM, ?001I, *C., TO LOT. M rfO RENT-ON FORDHAM HEIGHTS. FRONTING THB A Harlem river, a hsailaume Cuuatrr Scat; HUtalft giouuda, large furnished hauaa, with modern oaavealeaoas; i earns, atablas a ad aerriage house; aardia wall stocked with everj variety of fruits (four allM north of Control Far*, about a mile from Fordham depot, on Bar lorn Railroad, and half a mile from > learn boat landing, or Harlem rlrer. Ap I It TO RENT?FROM 1ST OF MAT, A LARGE HOl'SE, . No. ft Carroll ulaea. Bieecker street, for bualooaa pur Moa. Apply at St Carmine atreet, one door below Bieecker. TO RENT-FOUR UPPER LOFTS, ON A CORNER. IN Houston atreet, weat of Broadway; 35x90 each, rent B3.W. Apply to ALLEN A BROWN. * Broadway. fflO RENT OB FOB SALE?THE FOUR 8TORT BRICK JL Store and Dwelling 404 Greenwich atreet. with large basement and vault.. Rent St,AW; price SSI,UAL Teraae May. Inquire of JOHN ROSS, 48 Eighth avenue. TTWK^^QUaReI?TO~"l,RT,4ASEMBNT OF HOUSE U 80 Union square (Broadway side i, SktrfO; splendid en tranoe, suitable for oonloullener, jeweller, fancy goods, As.; alee Second, Third and Fourth Floors, aama site; will be altered to suit lor any first class business 111st immediately. Also flat Urge Stable In rear to let, entrance iu Sixteenth street. Apply at ones to E. H. LUDLOW, No. S Pino street, or to BELL BROS., tflS Broadway. TUNFURNISHED BOUSES TO LET?I OR S HOU8KS. U from S2 SCO to 86,000. Apply to E. U. LUDLOW A CO., No. ? Pine street (If ANTED?TO COMMUNICATE WITH A FEW KAMI Tv Ilea socially Inclined, to form a club with a view to eoouoaaire in tha expenses if living. Address Progress, box 207 Herald oflloe. WATER FRONT.?TO LEASE. BULKHEADS AND ? Vacant Lou. beuveeu Eighteenth,. Nineteenth and Twentieth streets. Beat river. Also Pier, 730 feet. Apply to H. D. A J. U. BKOOKMAN, 87 South r' YOKKT1LLB.?PART OP A HOUSE TO LET, CON slating of Basement, Parlor and two Bedrooms, on second floor, on Efghty,*ecuud street, between First aud Second avenues, third house west of First aveous. Rent S.'W per month. Inquire ou the premises. QQ MERGER STREET?TO LEASE. 0?7 Lower part tilted up for a laundry. Will bo altered to suit tba tenant. Apply to R. H. GIBBONS A CO.. 440 Broome street, ones WEST EIGHTEENTH 8TBEET.?TO LET, TO go! her, two glory brick Shop, suitable for manufac turing purposes, aud two story l'ramc Cottage In the rear. Apply to HENRY LAWRENCE, 238 Weat Nineteenth at 4?0?A PER MONTH.?TO LET, FURNISHED. THE three story House 132 Weat Twenty.sixth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Apply to WILLIAM KENNBLLY, 14 Pine atreet. 71 Q AND 780 BROADWAY.?TO LET, TWO THREE I J-0 story Houses aud two Basements, two Stores, with Urge hall in rear, suitable for earrlage. piano, show rooms, or auy business requiring plentv of room. One to live years' lease riom May 1. Apply to EDWIN KELLY, ou the premises, from II to I and 3 to i daily. <&1 nrm AND $i,ioo.-to LET-TWO DESIRABLE TI.I/uU three story and basement brick Dwelling Houses, In Brooklyn, E. !>., within three minutes' walk of ferries. Iu quire of Dr. NENl'RS, 114 Nassau street. SALES AT AUCTION. A J. BLKKCKER. AUCTIONEER. . A. J. BLEEOKER, SON A CO. will sell at auction, on Tuesday, March 26, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Sales room. by order of the Executors of the estate of Isaac O. Barker, deceased, vlx. :? BOWERY?Two two xtory brick Houses nnd Lots, Noi. 77 and VP, easl side, between New Canal and Heater streets. WEST FOURTH STREET(WASHINGTON SOUAKK)? Three story lu ick House No. 59, next to the southwest cor ner ot Wooxtcr street. NEW HoWERY?'Triangular Gore of land corner Of New Bowery and Chestnut street. Maps at 7" Cedar street. EXECUTOR'S SALE. ELEVENTH AVENUE?Ouc Lot, east aide, 37.1 north of Forty-first ail-pet FORTY-FIRST STREET?Tno Lola, sonth aide, In rear of Eleventh avenuo lots. ELEVENTH AVKNIIF?Four xtory brick House, east side .17.3 north of Fdrty-firsi street; store on first floor; ex uclleiit order. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. 90 valuable Lots ami Cores, on Eighth and St. Nlcholss avenue. I!.t , and llSlh streets; lie beautifully. Mapxat77 or del. ? THURSDAY. MARCH 88. Handaomc I'ouae, near f ifth av., on Forty-second street. F.HlTT-fiEi'-inH STREET?The handsome free stoue four story Bsi<ii ?t ?ip House and Lot. No. 8 East Fortjr-seoond Mittei tuu.'t. : ei-tof F ifth uveuuc; house 3S by about U> v m?i.u? sit -h - modern improvements; lot 22x98.9; pox se-slon Apr,I .d I denied. MA Win- ? x *\f.M'K?Four benutiful Lota northwest corner M ?'.?() i avenue ami Foi tv-eighth Street. FORTY EIGHTH sTkkKT?One Lot adjoining the above, troth Side Forty-eighth sirexL These I eta lorin m plot <" I J# feet by 100.5; one of the most desirab e loctillih s iu the. city lor splendid dwellings or a fine public building. FORT\-EIGHTH STREET?Two Lola, north eldk, 10U feet east of Fifth avenue. Title perfect. Seventy per cent cau lemain on moricage. FRIDAY, MARCH 39. MACDOUGAL H THE El?Two slury brick House and Lot, No. 48. east ride tietwecu Pritico and Houston streets, in good order; Lot 39x79. CIIAKLTON STR EKT?Three xtory brick House, No. 97, between Hudson and Greenwich si reels (Trinity ehurcb teasel. Rrula for $1,000 a rear. BLDRIDGE STREET?Two story and attic House and Lot. No. W, northeast corner of Hester atreet. W EST Till RTBBMTH STREET?Three storv brown stone basement and brick House and Lot, No. 106, north side, between Seventh and Eighth avenues: all the modern im provements; In thorough order; frescoed from lop to base ment; gas fixtures and chandeuers go wtth the Houae. NINETY-SEVENTH STREET?Six Lou, aoutb slda, 9U0 feet enst or Tenth avenue, close to Broadway aud the grand Boulevard. Auction notice. LE8EOOm '1OOH?KK i-KANKKOKT AND WILLIAM .Jtemrc ascs. avenue; Richard rij?ch, *?gfV*2?fPga Orote'^Vulton alree?" O. H. Schrelnar^ cashier Chatham Z" H??2 Audl^ws. Esq., 121 Canal alreet; John Watson, Esq., Comptroller ? S?; W. P. Seymour, Esq., 171 Broadway. - TlirTIONNALEK OF HuHSKHOLD FURNITURE. A HFNRV II. LEEDS A MINER will flee their pertonal IloMahofdVur nuure'ht 'the SMden^Uof wasta-isa^gLffsStSSrS convenient aalevrooma, ? Liberty street, a lew noora we * ?f8TORAo? of Furniture In our lofw can be had on favor able terms. a DRIAN H. MULLSR, AUCTIONEER. Adrian h m?ller.?f!'r'wilkin r a co. win aril at ?ocUo^on T,eid.y N.rch *1. at 12 o clock, at the Ex rVhB7vESI'E-U Lot?, lying In one parcel. aKuated on the weaterly aide of . *T?"u'j northerly aid. of Thirty ninth street, and ;^?*rriy *hie Fortieth street. Park avenue li11? rest wtn?, the moat beautiful aveuuea In the city. ^^^"Ht^^N^AK BROADWAY. ? AT AUCTION. ADRIAN 'Arch" at A CO. wlU aell at auction, on WEDMBSDAT, M A It J7, ab?k?,Mt ludoalTlOB &v^of fc^y. llff~nr wffl now rent for .Wit $#,000 perannum.snd BjS?iSnS>?SawM bo BdUw aadVrsu liberal. ALyWWWT SlCl? COL'aTUWill O|^^*f?ctton. ou Wed needay ,M arch ffT at 1?H o'elook, at the Eachange aalesroom, 111 Seednaf of who(Q ,t m?T concern), Ifaa -v.-yftoa?HTHe Oo. (held aa eoUafral.) I & tinftftngBii ARK RRflPROTKtTLLY IKfOHHED A bv the underetaned that his facllttlea fqr i^tok Print ing are unsurnaaaed; the styts andowmtnien of BW Oata S^iss^"!ia."a^arwStt vantage and Interest to have their Printing done tiy JQHflPO LH KM U B, 108 Naawm street. New York. TuCTION BALE-ON MONDAT.M^RCH ***? A o'clock A. M.. two two story frame Houms, with estm jot to each, situated on Jefferson street. Union Hill, n. J., 5EV and a large lot of entire ooetente of gfBENRt ?rf**?TilA%Vt?i?2T10*M*Ba' ALL THE ELBOA^'rrRNIT U RE, s? L v K*? .? THE KNT1RB EXTENSIVE AND MOST VALUABLE STOCK OF WINKS AND LIQUORS, Imported eipreealy *><>* rmr* A l*o PRESERVES, FRUITS AND STORKS. To be eold without roeerrp. .,nv,. ON THE PREMISES. OBTUESDAY, IFTII,, WED>BS DAY. Errn. THURSDAT. 31ST, FRIDAY, ?>. and SATURDAY, SD O# MARCH. at 10H o'clock each d.y _ The Wine and Liquor sale wtB lake pUee on Friday Saturday. 23d and ?d. with a separate catalogue. T MINER A~BOMERVILL8. WILL BE BOLD TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. at horse auction nart, a East Fourteenth atreet.J lit hands high, 6yearn old; in every way perfect, vantra "aWlEOANT CLARENCE, hull! IS C?J>r. by heo ray builders. In Bret ralg condition; and Set of gin mew CtSSi REA0t"rOCEAWAT, With pole a- shaft. In good ?OhK LIGHT TOP BUOOT, built by Wood Brother!. ONE TOP BUOOr. with pok and shafts m M Four Seta of Una mTnoryiiof a?le .t the .table of yaSU^Srw^lTNm ?Sd lT Hoyt, Brooklyn. ?? ? zvsX" r^po*"or, John R Lawmgen, in Broadway. NewTor*. t-ale pea I It ve without regard to weather. | BV B- SCOTT. ML srspKMY OF THE FINE ARTS. Ra'rVXnD H?gA,Va.MPOKTANT COLLECTION OF The f*w^'ia etecnted for tliein by le.dln| artiste '5C"2^ Mln end other capitals of Europe lo >*, m mile evenings of U cdncsl.y, the 27th. and rhursd iy, ^^h of U.n "'.! 1H o cloct '?ch evening. Now open I foreaamlnallnn. . ? BKLATE salmman'tmiV'if'V1'LUDLOW. A CO 15 mVkcEB HOUHK PROPERTY AT AUCTlONl BV THE ALL A HKos. WEDNESDAY, March i.. st 10^ o rlock, at the MF.Ri'ER HflUSF., corner Meo ermd ?' " Broome streets, Alt the natures Ac , of the above well known rendeavou.. Antiques, Relics, Ac Cataloguee tnurumg of mln umimadctioii. BriM^/AfcmvDcTio,,EER FIRE* CLAM AMERICAN^ AND FOREIGN PAINT MagllM Hribt JllNll ooIImUmu NQtorp H l-emlat. Ban.. at Mam York city. HiAlas. White. Ka^ef Chic-g... consisting of specimens at the moat Important works of us follow log Modern masters:? The Amerloen eeheul is represented by D. Huntington, W, Jr. Richards, A. B. Dorsad, 1* A Miguui, P. E. Church, A. D. Bhettu. k, F-astman Johnson, B.lL8taug. S. K Cifford, A- Bellow., JimM^ilui, Geo. H. Hell, Feul Weher, A. F. Tall. Delias*, M. B. Klttell, The French School bp the following artists - H. Merle, Edward Fiere. Poavelet, Fie see e, Toulmnurhe, Ffac.. F. wuiems. Tiayer. Usiaou, H. Baron, Firhrl, Com pie Calls, laiobmat, A. Joordan, Briflouln, Ulrordat,' C. Troyon. Gulllemln. The Flemish aad Dusseldsrf Behonls are i utsosssisd hy Hellhiiih, Professor Ulldcbrandi, Joseph Ues, Versehsur, Msjrer Von Bremen, Pre jar. Carl Huboer, Verbocckboven, Boser, L Rob he. Bwli her, L. Do HeuL, B. O. Koek Koek, F. K. Meyerheim, Oieeeleeheep, DleOeubach, Vsn Bebeuiioi, Htddeman, rallsoh, Professor Jadson, DUIsnt, Professor Uruod. Muesllnger. With others at the American, French, Flemish end English Schools. To be sold bp HENRY H. LEEDS A MINER, at their galleries, 6i7 sail 619 Broadway. At half-past seven o'clock, en the evenings of Wednesday, March 71, and Thursday, March SB. The* will be on exhibition en and after Friday. 23d Inst, from SM A. M. until 10 P. if., to days of sale. BYI.ANDT A WALDRON. AUCTIONEERS, M6 BROAD war. will sell by auction, on Monday, at 11 ovlnek, su perb Cabinet Furniture, comprising Chamber, Parlor, LI lirary, Dining and Reception Room Suits; also Chain, Lounges and Fancy Furniture, Ac. ON WEDNESDAY, AT 10* O'CLOCK, the entire contents of private dwelling OS Amity street. In cluding Brussels and Ingrain Carpels, mahogany and walnut Chamber Suits, solid rosewood Parlor suit, made by Belter: Beds sad Bedding. Mirrors. Curtains and Cornices, Cut Glassware, French China, Kitchen Articles, Ae.. Ac. BY JOSEPH HEGBMAN.-MONDAY, MARCH * AT 2 o'clock P. M., at Mo ? Vsnderbilt. one door north of Gates avenue. Furniture and Carpets as good as new. CIIAS*. HOHLENBKRG. AUCTIONEER, WILL NELL to-morrow (Monday 1 the large Stock and Fixtures of a first class corner Urocery Store, Horse, su years old, ai.d two Wagons. CIIAS. HOHLRNBERO. AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL to-morrow (Monday) the Loose Stock and IKixturea < r a nicely lilted up aud well located Millinery establishment Full particulars to-morrow. DISTILLERY AT AUCTION.?MONDAY, MARCH 2:, at IS o'clock M.. on the premises corner of Newars avenue and Willow street, Hoboken, N. J., the entire Build ings aud Fixtures of the Hobokeu Distillery. Forty-eighth auction sale. 76, U00 TONS 8CRANTON COAL, ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. 1667. Nnw Vohs, Mai' h 16. 186". The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Com pany will sell by Messrs. JOHN II. DRAPER A Co.. Auc tioneers, at the company's salesroom 28 Exchange Place, corner of William street. New York, ou Wednesday, March 27. Inst,, at 12 o'clock, noon. 76,000 TONS of FRESH MINED COAL, from the T.arknwannn regions, of the usual sixes, deliverable at their depot Elixsbrihpori, New Jersey, during the month of April, l?67. TERM ft:?FIFTY CENTS PER TON, payable in current funds, on the day of sale, and the loUsuce within leu days thereafter at the office of the company. JOIIN BRISBIN. President. FCOLTON. AUCTIONEER. 724 BROADWAY. WILL . give hid personal attention to sales of House hold Fur niture at the houses of parties declining hou-' keeping, or the furniture can be removed to his spacious salesroom. H ENRY D. MINER, AUCTIONEER.?SALESROOM 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post office. LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF STATUARY, CAR KARA MARBLE, FIGURES, CROUPS, VASES, AC. MINER A SUM Ell VILLI: will sell St suction TUESDAY end WEDNESDAY. March 26 and 27, ?l 11 o'clock each day, at their salesroom. 87 Nassau street, one of the largest and finest collections at Mutuary, Marble Figures end Groups ever offered In this country, the importation of F. AANON1 A Co. The catalogue will include the following works, ait of which ore of the highest artistic finish:? Madonna, Psyche, Dancing Girls, Apollo, Guitar Player. Bacchants, Diana. Summer, Dice Players Borrow, Venue and Oupld Goddess of Water, Rheplierd Mercury. Fisher Girl. Playing Cupids, Venue after Hulh, and many others, comprising 40 pieces. ,u?t landed In this noiiniry, together with Marble aud Alabaster Florentine Vases, Florentine Masate Tables. Mnrbla Pedestals. Alabas ter Oinomesu, Parian Groups and Figures, Parisian Broase and Gilt Clocks, Ac., Ac. Catalogues ready Monday morning, March 26. The Carrara Marble Statuary Figures will be sold at 12 o'clock. Henry d. miner, auctioneer. N'lTDF. The sale advertised to tske place ou Monday, March 2b. at H12 Washington avenue, Brooklyn, Is postponed until lur liter notice. H ENRY B. 1IERW. JR., AUCTIONEER. HOUHEHOLD FURNITURE. ON MONDAY. MARCH A AT lllfc OCLOCK, KH'K, AT 64 GREENWICH AVE' comprising rosewood anil raahogmr Parlor and Chamber Suite, Brussels Carpets, Beds, Bedduut Mirrors. Pain lings. Ornament-.. China, Glass and Ph.led Wars, Kitchen I'lensii-. HB1 FELTMAN A MORGENROTH. AUCTIONEERS - . HENRY FELTMAN sells Monday, March 23. hy cat alogue, theemlrs Furniture and Bedding contained in throe four story houses; valuable Lose; particulars to-morrow IMPORTANT BALE OF ANCIENT AND MODERN OIL PAINTINGS. CRY8TAL MEDALLIONS AND PANTELS. Comprising over 200 Fins Pa In Hogs, a great Portion from the AMERICAN ART GALLERY for enouragerurnt of American Artists, to be sold by DANIEL A. M XTTIIEWH, Auctioneer, at 663 HKOADiVaV, near Hleerker street. UN TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, March 26. 27 and 26. ?t 7:- 'i d' ok P. M JOSEPH 1IEGKMAN, AUCTION EE 11. Will Kll on MONDAY, MARCH 35, at 2 o'clock P. W.. at No. ? YaMderblll avenue, one door north of Gate* avenue Brooklyn. The FURNITURE remaining in the buoae. conaiating of A ammeter, Brusaela and ibree ply Carpet*, Oilcloth*, *1* pair of Linen Window Sha ke handa.nne marbleuip chert nut Chamber Furniture, liiuuneil with walnut, vt.unul Lx teiiMon Table and Dining OMrt. Loom*, ||a|r MlltlWItl, Featber Roister and Pillows: ilnee uiuable Landscape Uulnilg*. all nearly n? good aa new. fl'KnDAY, MAltCH 30 at 10 o'clock A. M., at 33 Sidney nl?'e, mil wean Living*too and State el recta, HANDSOME FAKNITI RE, PIANO AND OARPKTH. roaewnod veven octare Piano. Linden A Kills, walnut Par lor suite green and ?llk rep*, do do. In ureeo rep*; walnut Library Bonkeaae, mnrbleiop Centra Libia*; two oval IHr rora, tine Enslaving*, walnut marbleiop Chamber Furui lure; Hair Muttrea***, KxWnttion Table, Cbair*. Lounge*, China, Bruaacla and other Carpets; INIclolba. Ac.. Ac. Ala* arabinet Sewin- Macblue. WbOSler A ItBW'fc T BOO ART, AUCTIONEER. WEDNESDAT. MARCH M 27 at ISM o'clock, at the auction mount. No. 1 North William street, a general aaaori.oent of farWr, Chamber, Diuiog Room and Kitchen furniture. JOHN L. VaNDEWATKK, AUCTIONEER, NO. MB Liberty atreet.?Special alien! lan given to *ale* of Hoove held Furnitare. at prirata reetdoace*. end every *ati*f*e?i*n guaranteed. JOHWL. VAN t Hi WATER. IJt> Liberty street. ORRIS WILRlNS, ACCTIONKBR. _ Valuable Store* on Washington and Bridge itreeL and Lota on Fifth avenue and Math atreet. B. H. Ll'ULOW A CO. wMl aell a? auction no Tuesday, March 3d. 1M7, at IS o'clock, at tbe Exchange sale room. No. U1 Broadway, WASHINGTON STREET?I he siihetantial an story hrowa ?tone Store No. M Washington stieet so leet sooth of Morria atreet. 28x89 feet d Incite*. Iron shutter* front sad rear. Leaaed one rear from May 1, 1*7, at HOUllper aanmn. BRIDGE BTRKBT-The valuable Lot, with live atory front and four ttory rear building*. No. 27, between WhHU ball and Broad streets, Ik.3 liout. 2li rear, by 78 feet. Leased two years from May I. IM7. at $1 400 per annum. Sixty per cent can remain oa bond and mortgage. VALUABLE CKNTKAL TAR* I^W FIFTH AVENUE?Tnras Lou *?? e,d* 39 feet 8 laebae eeuth Elghty-iourth street, each let 2d feetd luehas float by 100 fiiot qpfi p F1 rr Raven UE-Two lat* east able, 99 faat ? Iscaaa north of 100th streel sorb lot U> UN leal MOTH STRKBT?I lot north side, 125 feat aast Of Fifth avenue, 35x100 teet 9Inabsa. Maps, Ac., at No. S Pine etrael. II DOUQHTV. AUCTION KRR-8ALBRRO0?M 19 NAS M. 8AU 8TKLKT.--KI.Eu A.N f HOUSEHOLD Ft'RBI TURF. ROSEWOOD IMANO Porte. Ac. M DOUGHTY wilt aell on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 37, el n house 74 Beet Thirteenth street, between Fifth avenue lieu o'clock, the eullre tlnusehnid Furalture eontsineR sad I'aiverstty place. In roo*equene* ?i th* family getag to Rumpe. The Furniture, ail mauufacurtd by Alexander Roux, J?Ulll1l?d In part of nae rlegsnt rnsawaod octave Pianoforte, Urge French plate pier sad mantle Mw* lor*, rosewood Parlor Snlta, entered m brocatal. rosewood - - ? ' ?' * ??" -wood ? " M Wardrobe*, lined with satiu went. eolld ro*cweod Rar and Waahslands, superb solid rosewood and richly parlor Placer*, do. Centre T*M*a, bMMatot and lace Cur* tain*. Painting* and Engravings railed hair Mattreaaea, imiatera and Pillows, Redding, xlrhen and baaumrat Fur niture, Cutlery, Crockery. Carpet* and "Hlekdha throughout tb* bona* t aialofiica can be had at the nfltoe ot the aac tioneer an I at lha house on morning nf talc. Marshals sale?horse, wagon and har nesa? RICHaRII WALTERS, Mi.ctlanaer, will aell, on Monday, at tan o'clock, at 37 East Hroadway, end Re press Wagoa. Horse and Uai act*. __ P. cm.T.INS, City Marshal. PAWNBROKERS 8ALB.?It. FIELD, AUCTIONEER. 489 Pearl atreet, will aell to mnr nw, it II o'clock. W9 lota ol Women'* Cloibing, Brute*, flunks, lehawls. Keai naala, Undet Clothing, Moot*,* A? My ordai ot J. Malxlar, Miooma auenc PAWNBROKER'S SALE.- WATCHES aNDJEWRLRT. I R FIELD, auctioneer, a 111 **!! on Th?r?d*c. March 28. at It o'clock, at IS Chatham mreet. a large aaaortmoa* *f (lull ** id Htlvnr t\a?chc? II'Miii'inds and COM iHiuimid 1'iitoU, Muftic*) itt'i tf'ilIN1*? Ac. By order of J. B. A J. 8my.o" #t aatham sDoet. PAWNBROKER'S SALE-t'N Tl/RfDAT, MARCH JR by JOHN MORTIMER, 15 East III?*dway, SOU IpMmf 1adte?' ?nd g*nil*fn?*ii'p W*?nnf AppardL''' Delaine *t><l other Dreefe* BrocM *ud Htell* Shawls, Cndcr. lolhlng. Coal* Pauttend ^ImaM other afUapM too numeroua to mention. .,"11 worth the at tention ot lenient and other*. djr ??rd?*i of holomoH, 1<9 tfpr*n? elegit. . . ? Patrwi4riiiiKR8* 8AO?i^ MUftTlMKR, Ho, IS Fa. Mr,.adway.will vl.w'Mnndavl, n k?re ?f Men's end Wninen *. loC.tng and other ?".*&, he order of *r?. ? ohen. ?*> I *hlh vvciio". W vlnewlny, 27 Nan'* and Women. I'l ih my. Wnlrbea, Jewelry nod other gno i*, by order of 4. H?i '.en, 3H Canal *M4t T ior?daf. M*r> I IK ? lac^e an I floe n,*otimaiit of Man'* !?d Women 4 Clo'lilng, Bmt* Medline *nd other valunhla iilvl?e< by onler of N. atleh, 2Si i hii'l avanaa. Friday, Marco 79, bv order nf D. He l ong ^ Hroadway. U' ^TF.D-AN AUCTION! I K. one ACQUAINTED VV with tewelry, WMchea rnd pin led ware preferred i good ?alary lo ibe right party. Apt iv at ?6t Biuadway, lm madlataly.