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?TRBI BIV8MT1 PiQI.H niAirr rmotih. A gentleman and his win, without cuil dm. ud a few .Ingle nitUmn, o?u b? aoooiaiuo dated iidth r?a?, ?11 Market itrwt. APARTMENTS TO LIT, AT NO. 3 CLINTON PI.ACE Ai elegant iuit of furnished rooms ud the tirat Hour; aim. parlor. and t edruoms on the second md third floors, r.t oiaas rwiiinnt in the b&aemont. Reference required. A suit or offices to let-suitable for a phymeiaa or dentiat. Also. furnished roomi far gen tlemea. Can be i?u at 17 Amity rtrnti, uear Broadway, daily, fr?ni i to ? o'clock P. M., or iaquira at Vfl Broadway. A FEW SELECT families AND GENTLEMEN CAN be acoornmadated with a .nit, or .ingle rooms, in the eligible brawn stone heuees No. 86 and 87 treat Twenty third street, within aae bloek of Broadway. Tha haaaei are new, and newly furnished with all the modern improvement*, Kaa, hat air and hatha; looatioa deairable. BROADWAY STORES AND LOFTS' TO LET?THE two ataraa. lata Olympic Theatre, new flaishing, eaeh l&feat detp, alae the seoond, third and fourth floors, 30.#x 128 feet doap, and basemeat of mme aiae. will be let or leased 'or a term of three yean, separately or together. Poaaeaaioa boat the flret week ia Ha/. Apply at No. 11 John .tract, to E. M. ATWATKR, Ha.doagal .treat, CRYSTAL PALACK PROPERTY TO LEA8X.?SIX lata aa Farty aeoond atreet, between Fifth and Sixth avenaea, nearly opposite the Palaoa. They will he leaeed .operate or the whole together. For farther partioalara ap ply at tha ofloa of Ludwig, Smith A Finch, 30 Wall atreet, from lltoZ P. H. DANIEL dREKNVAULT. CRYSTAL PALACE.?FOR SALE, OR TO LEASE, A lot of ground on the Sixth avenue, direotly oppo.ite the luaia eatraaoe ta the Palace, thirty feet three inohe. froat and rear by nive hundred feet deep; alao, two lots on the south aide of Forty-tirat street, 201) feet weat of Sixth avenue. Apply to SAML. MILBANK. Jr., 70 Madison atreat. C19RNER OF broadway AND WHITE STREET J Three room., oennecUd or not, light, well adapted for engravera, Ac. Apply on the premiae. to DAVID RAIT, manufacturing Jeweller. COUNTRY SEAT TO let?AT ELLIOTTYIIJ.E, Statea Iiland, ten niinntei walk from the landing; a granite house, in pirfect order, with modern improvement., suarble halls, Gothic library in oak, aad pood stable aad carriage hou.e, garden, grapery, and Mveral acre, of ground, commanding an extensive view of the bajr and oity of Now York, laquiro at 4D8 Broadway. . Ik WELLING HOUSES TO let ON LEASE.?THI two ' naw three atory briok honaei Noa. 118 and 122 Wait evaath atrtet, between Fifth and Sixth avaaaaa, three TOO me deep to the roof, having all tha modera improvement, to the fullest extent. No expeaia ha* been spared in their een.truotiou, and they will oompare favorably, in ^ouveui ene* of arrangement aad superiority of Inish. with thoM of more pretension and of flr.t class. They will be leaa.d for private reeideaoe. only, and are perfectly soasoned, having rcon plastered laat October. Apply to JAMES N. OIF YORD, No. 11 Old etip, from 10? A. M. to 4 P. M.. or No, 77 n est Twentieth atreet, before 9 A. H. or after 6 P. H. Furnished rooms-three neatly furnished rooms on the second floor, in a private family, suitable for .ingle gentlemen, without board. House and looatioa very dusiral'lo, near St. John', park. Terms moderate. Ap ply >t 138 Franklin .treat. T7VTRNISHED HOUSE AT NEW ROCHELLE.?TO LET, A a* above, a gantuel rurui*hed home, for *ix month* or the rear, Tory pleasantly located. and woll adapted for the ieai%3n?a of a roapcotanlo family. Tha adrertiuer would iirufo; to dispose of the furniture at a fair valuation. and lease the kouaa for a term of yearn. Possession immediate ly. ln? hour ? diitance from the eity by the New York and ?>ew Huron Kailroad. Apply on the prvmiies, or addre** J. C. HASLETT, New Roohelle. Fl.ONT WORKSHOP TO LET? NO. 124 TWELFTH street, hve atorie* high, near Fifth avenue, 25 by 50 feet | in flise; suitable for cabinet or pianoforte makers, or any etnerbttstnoee. Apply on the premises. Fort Hamilton, l. i.?country seat to lit.? A hue mansion fronting on the Bay, ample aeoommoda tioii for a large family, barna out hons?* and gardens. Hourly communication with the city by stag* and farrv. Apply to JAMES H. THORN E, No. 108 Walker .treat. * Factory, or work shops, to let or lease Tbe building, now erecting, corner or Suffolk and Kiving ton streets. 1.W feet by 25 f< et, Veil lighted, suitable for either a factor* or work shops. The whola, or any part, will be let or leased. Inquire at the coal office, on the premises ?r at 13 Oaid street. SAM. THOMPSON & NEPHEWS. ' FULTOtf STREET STORES AND OFFICES TO RENT. To let, from the 1st of Msy, the store* 195 and1VJ Fultoa eoeet: alee a large basement, torty feet deep ana seventeen feet wide, with counter cellar; also first rate offices as Hairs. W'll bo rented low to responsible tenants. Inquire at IdK Tnlton ttreet. p. MULLIGAN. House to let-a genteel two story and ?I basement brick house, with sub-cellar and large yard, i.w Dean street, near Powers, South Brooklyn, on stage route*. Rent moderate. Inquire of A. Au. rbaih, W John LfiV v LS stairs, from 11 to Uo olack. or of Wai. .Millord, 5.10 Atlantic street, Brooklyn. Hotel to let?for a term of years, six niilc* from the city. The house has sixteen rooms large barn and sheds, ico house, a garden obtaining six acres or land attached, ia a hlghsUteof cultivation. Bar Hxturea. and furniture new, may bo bought at a fair valua li'"?, w *""t0,i- Possession immediately. Inquire at the Half-Way House, at East New York, Long Island. OFFICE3.-TWO OR THREE OFFICES ON THE SE coud floor or 12C aud 125 Nassau street to let; also tha stuo floor, about 40 feet square, suitable for any light me '' %???>'>?????". Every room has good unobstructed light ?frP*"1 be lotat moderate rents. Apply to JAMES PRICE' f) liudxou street, near Canal. OFFICES TO LET-IN THE TELEGRAPH BUILDING^ t oornor of Wall and Bread streets. Oiie of the most ntpicuous and ?Hgible locutions In the street. Inquire of IIALSTED, Law Bookseller, IV Wall ilreet. >OOMS FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY, AT 562 HOUSTON t street, in the vioinity ot tha Metropolitan Hotel. Re - caces roquired. TORE TO LET IN * ILLIAM STREET.?THF. STORE .?T2 Wllll?m street. Apply to S. B. HIEFf ELIN, 106 John street. ?TORE IN CORTLANDT STREET TO LET.-THATELE nt brown atone stuie, with I sscment and second story the northeast corner of Cortlandt and Greenwich Apply to PETER A. IL .IkSON, 192 Broadway, between II a?d 12o'clock. 0 LET?FROM FIRST OF MAY, THE FIRST FLOOR of a throe story honse, consisting of front and back par ana bedroom, a bedroom on aeeond floor, basement and lar. Rent $250. Inquire on the premises, 34 Commerce eet, between 1 and 4 o'clock. 0 RENT?THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS NO. 1 Pearl (treat, oorner of State, and fronting the Battery; ? ,or un'' or mure years. Ap ? to HOMER MORGAN, No. 1 Pine street. 0 .ST0RE NO. 191 WILLIAM STREET EDWWARPHTRj,074UJam^ Ap"'y 0 PHYSICIANS. ? TO LET, TO A RESPECTABLE physician, the parlors on tho tirst floor of the house No Murray street. Apply at the house. O LEI?THE HAI.F OF A THREE STORY AND basement house situated in Decatnr place, East .Seventh i eet. Price for a smull family of respec bitity, $275. For ther particulars, apply t.. box 1.047 Xcw Post Office. j 0. DENT|gT$.-A GRAND OPENING FOR A DIX tilt, in Montague place; near Dr. Skinner's, It being in a hionable and mast desirable location in the city of Brook . .. R.*0"??0" k* ?o?u?<' "? immediate application, with ?rd, by addressing a note to Cliaton, Herald office. Do j ibja unfurnished rooms can be had. with board. I > LET-THE THREE STORY DWELLING HOUSES ! No?. 202and 204 Hudson street, now pntting in complete I er; several apartments for small and genteel families, ck workshops suitable for cabinet makers: store No l'ff ial street 4c., 4c. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 2UU Hudson :et, near Canal. a LET-THREE FLOORS OF THE FOUR STORY brick building No. (i2ti Washington streat, suitable (or ? hanital purposes Inquire on the premise*. 0 l.F.T IN BROOKLYN-TWO NEW THREE STORY house basements, cellars Ae? to let, either half or >le. Rent $165. Situation between Fulton avanna and nk r'lad, three milas from the Fnlton ferry, skews peas h inrly, railroad fare. b!4 cents. This ia an excellent "Tt'inity to enjoy a fine summer rtsidenoa at a cheap t. Inquire of U, SACKMAN, 63 Vesay atroet. 5 LET?THE UPPER PART OF HOUSE NO 177 ninth street, between Seeond and Third avenues, to a ill family. No children In tha bouse. Croton water ou second Beor. Can be seen frain two to sU o'oloek, P. M 5 LEASE?FOR A TERM OF YEARS. TEN DE3IRA hie I,milling lots on Forty-ninth fctrcet, between Second 1 Third avenues, east of old post road. Inquire or B. VAN DEN, 450 Hudson street. E1E UPPER PART OF TnE HOUSE NO. 170 ELM street to let, consisting of three rooms, with pantry and ict o> cr the ball, on the second flow, and a bedroom in attle Rent $2*6. For further particulars inquire at IHji Kim street. i ) LEASE FOR TEN YEARS-FOR A LIVERY 8TA- i ble greou house, ceal or marble yard, fonr lota, one ' dred feet squara, on Thirty seuond street, near Broad- I Alao, eight lots higher up. pnftable for a factory or 1 ket garden. JOHN B. MURRAY, 12 Wall atrtet. > LIT?ON OR BEFORE THE FIRST OF MAY. \ hnn'Momc front parlor and bedroom. Alao, other ple:i kjooms. with board, at 54 Iileecker street. ) I.rr FROM FIRST MAY.-Tne COTTAGE BUILT hoi-fa 25 Gregory street, Jereey City, having an ;iirv ment. p.intriee. third floor, and attic cbainbera. Apply S. MI1.I.ER. 39 Montgomery street, or to PROF. FO -Tf on the prcmices. ? LET-MODEL DWELLINGS IN THIRTY SEVENTH street near Eighth avenue. There remain unlet throe .i 1 ami one lrrze suit* of rooms?tha former ona for small illesonly. The larger ona contains eight pioees, ??. n it parlor, three bedrooms, a dining room, kitchen, nn>l i psntne*. Wster closets, sinks, and slides for sshea, bage. ,tc., on each floor. The halls, staircases, and closets furnished, lighted, and kept olean by persona appointed that service The very best or rcrercnces are required, families only of tho most unexceptionable kind will he ived The housekeeper will *bow tli* premise*, and /ivo naceasary information. 0 LEASE ? THE COMMODIOUS DOUBLE HOUSE No !'<? Prlnc-B street, three door? west of Broadway in vidnit v ot the Metropolitan, St. Nicholas, and other el* A lease offlva or ton years will ho given. Apply to JOHN 3. KELSO, 03 William street. O l.F.T?A FRONT PARLOR AND KITCHEN. WITH two bedioauis, in a qnlet, grateel neighborhood Apply No. 20 Harrison street, between Greenwich und Hud<oii jets. ? ? LET?THE TWO STORY BUILDING, 50 RY.n FKlfr in the rear ol 22 and 24 White *treet, and the furniture su;ent<snd gas fixtures for sale. Inquire of JOHN .1 A It 1(1" AU I). S3 Weat Eleventh street. ? Iif-TUE SECOND STORY OF A PLEAS\NT hou?a in Second itrcet. consisting or four rooms, with triea will he rented low to a gentleman and his wile ? re-i or the honse will be oecnpied by a small famllv erencea exchanged. Addreas H. P., Herald otBoo. > LET-THREE SMALL STORES IN THE ('L\RF.V don Housa, Broad?ay; also the seoond sud third ey front rooms, and a number of offioes, in the bulldini Broadv ay. Apply to E. HLOOMKR. 20S Broadway. D 1 F.T AT HASTINGS?A NEAT LITTLE COTTAGE with a garden attached, silnated about M\e mlnntas k rroin the railroad depot. Apply to A BAOIOLI No II ,? ; cet, or to D SICK LES, No. 71' N.isi:io itrert. 3 LET?A REAR ROOM ON THE THiKI) FLOOR OF No. 29 Beakman street. Sit* or room 30x17 rest, with o window* Inquire or JAM ?H> CONNER A ?ON, 29 lleekman (treat. ' 'ET-AN OFFICE IN FRONT OF STORE NO. 104 ?'<t strart, oorner #f Liberty (with or without l?rt>, >ly oa tha premises. j, L. KN APP A rpo LBT-TH1 HOUSE WO. 181 WMT TWENTY 1 HMii MM. ilN tho hooM No. U Coras Ilk airoot n?t |M. fuiln of f A J. I. HEALTH. M Chambers atroet lUwBiit), ft?m 12 till 3 o'elook r LIT?TBI HOTEL NO. Hi ItOADVAT; POS mhIii immediately, u4 fornttare for sale. ifl.OM en perehaoo of furnitero, 111 the balance ?l hmi par Hit, with aoourity for a* removal of faraltara. Apply on tho promiooo, boforo ? A. M. or aftoc I P. M. mo LET-THE STOKE AND BASEMENT II* WILLIAM 1 atreet. Store 130 feet deep Boat very low. Inquire om the premiaea. TO LET?IN THE VICINITY OF THE CBTSTAL Palace, on the aoath (iila of Fortieth atroet. betweea Broadway nd Sixth aTiaai, ft mew f?M i*ory briok 4wm ling bout*. aP^,j^,Ji0ael taOOABT, l? Water atreet. TO LET-A BEAUTIFPL DAGUERREOTYPE ROOM. Willi akylixht and good entrance. Also, a furniahed room, with billiard tahU, suitable fur a aeutlemen'ilolnb room, fronting Broadway. Apply U i. V. HAUUHWOUT, No. 8lil Broadway. TO LET.?THE OREATEE PART OF THE SECOND atory of tba large building 147 Broadway, auitabla for faaoy goods. lilk busiaoss, iniuraaoa company, or aay as tonaive boainess reqnlrlng oonaplouoas and room/ apart ments, of easy aeoeai from the street. Apply at lot Broad way . TO LET-THE FOUR STORY FIRE PROOF BRICK building in Theatra alloy, flftv foot front aad about seventy foet doop, being tha rear building of No. 115 Nassau street, now oooupied by tho Now York Bhile Soeiety. Alio, tho front basement of said buiidiag oa Nassau atreet, fifty feat front, and oca room on the first floor, aaaily al tared for a atoro. Apply to 3. M. HUTCHINGS,.? John street. TO LET-A LARGE FRONT BEDROOM ON THE third floor, without board, furniahed or unfuruiahed. 1'oaaeeaion given immediately, if required. Apply at 191 lludaon atreet. TO LET-A LARGE MANSION HOUSE, IN COURT atreet, Brooklyn, auitablo for a flrat olaaa boarding house The houae ia pleasantly located. Also several small atorea and parte of houiea. Alao, two cottages in &outh, and two in North Brooklyn. Inqalro of 3. P. TOWNSEND, 82 Naaaao atreot, np ataira. TO LEASE FOR A NUMBER OF TEARS?THE WHOLE or part of racant lota in Chryatia atreot. botwenn Kir ington and Stanton atreeta, 50 feet front by 200 feet deep; an excellent location for coal <>r lumbar yarda. apply to S. ALTSCHUL, 19 Dalanoy atreet, or M. H. UNDERBILL. No. 4 Rivington atreet. TO LET-THE SECOND FLOOR OF A HOUSE VERY pleasantly aituated on the Ninth avenue, nearly oopo aite tho Seminary squure. Inquire at tho atoro, 130 Ninth avenno. TO LET, FURNISHED.?THE LOWER PART OF THE houae 109 West Broadway, oonsistiag of front parlur, bedroom, bertball, and tea room, all on the first floor, vsKh front and back baaement; alao, a email itoro and part'ofa houae to let, at 20H Canal atreet. Inquire of JOHN H. BURLET, 109 Weat Broadway. TO LET-THE HANDSOME BROWN STONE HOUSE No. 100 Lexington avenue, uear Twenty olghth atreet. Inquire at No. 104, next door. TO LET-THAT ELEGANT BROWN STONE CnURCH in Anthony atraet, a few doora weit of Broadway, with the adjoining aide lot; will be lot for religions or other pur poses. Inauire of E. AUKKBACII, 84 John atroet, up ataira, from 11 to 12 o'clook, or 127 Rlvington street. TO LET OR LEASE, NEAR TnE CUT ST A I. PALACK - The largest room in the city of New York.?Soiled pro posals, addrcaaod to "Tho Chalruan of the Building Com mittee of the Sixth Avenue Railroad Company," nntil tho 21>tli day of April, will bo received for the leaaiug of the large room, 200 feet long by 41 feet in width, over the railroad depot on the Slxtn avenue, between Forty third aud Forty fourth atreeti. The aooeaa to tho room ia by two extra wide staircases. one on each atreet. with the convenience of amnll nntcrooma at the head of each stairway. Tho room ia fitted with a music gallery, ia well ventilated, la remarkably well lighted on three aiilea, and will be lit led with ohandelier* anlted to the aixe and beauty of the room. The close prox imity of thia fine room to the Cryatal Palace, being only one block distant therefrom, must make it very available for many descriptions of entertainment*. Persons applying must give undoubted referenoea, and itato the nae? to which the room will be confined. Uy order. P. P. HARHYDT, Socrotary. TO LET?AT THE HOBOKEN BEAL ESTATE OF floo. No. K3 Chambers atroet, houaaa from $360 to $100 Alao, parte of houses, from S100 to t2S0. Apply from 10 to 11 A. M., and 3 to 4 P. M , or at olBee in Hoboken. Alao, property fur aalo and to let at Weat Hoboken. JOHN M. BOARD. TO LET-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, WHERE THERE are no boarders, a furniahed front bedroom, withont bonrd. to ono or two single gcntlomen. Tho room ia very pleasnutly located, in tho Bowory, above Broome atroet. Address A. W., Herald office. TO LET-TO ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN, WITHOUT board, n front parlor, well furniahed. alao a single room, inagentejl houie, family small and private, ('rill at ,t7h Broome street, or address Rooma, Herald office. Possession now or on the let of May. TO LET?THE GROCERY AND LIQUOR STORE .W Second avenue, corner of Twenty fifth atreet. It la mi old established place, and has been uaed and occupied for tho last sevonteen years by the eaine owner, and now for the flrat time to let. Apply on the premiaea, or to P. QAKRICK, corner of Duane aud Centre atreeta. WORKSHOPS TO LET-NO: 198 FULTON STREET, teoond nnd third flnora in rear briok building, with good liglita. Inquire at ll/b Fulton itreet, lVont offico. OORSKI, CARRIAGE*, ?e. A SPLENDID SULKY TO B? SOLD AT THE aORSE Basaar, Crosby street, at public auction, on Monday, the 18th inst.. at 12 o'clock. It wai made to order, in almost new. very strong, aud, having a large patent leather apron, i* well suited for general purpoaei. It must lie sold. A BLACK CANADIAN PONY FOR SALE, (JUST from Canada,) fourteen hands liifch, seven years old this spring, perfectly sound and kind, can pace a mile inside of tlirce minutes, without training, and nn excellent saddle horse. Can be seen by applying at lift I'.ii^hth avenue. C CARRIAGE nARNESS.AC.?AN OPEN CARRIAGE. IN J perfect order S12S; an elegant double set of " Gibson V Mirer plated light harness, also a good set of silver plate double Larnoae.$25; also a fine lady'tsaddle, made by Trainor, $?.!>?nearly one hall' their cost. Apply early this morning, at 47 Columbia street, Brooklyn, near Fulton ferry. FOR SALE?TWO HORSES AND CARTS, AND THE work of two stores. Inquire of J. P. WILMURT, N'o. l>7 Nassau street. For sale?a splendid bay horse. sixteen and n half hinds Mirh trained to single and double har ness, six years eld, warranted kind and sound. Apply to Dr. Wills, corner of IQOth street and Bloomingdaleroad. For sale-a bright bay horsk, i-v; hands high, peny bnilt, it a very stylish aud beautiful road ster, kind in single and double harness. Can trot in three minutes to a wagon on the road, it a splendid double horse, has belonged to its present owner for three years, nnd has been knpt for his private use only. Is now sold became his owner has no further use for him. Can be seen at 22 Reade street. For sai.e-two second hand carriages, suitable for tity or country hacking; also, a double itleigli, with harnoas and robes; ran be seen at Thomas Rowden's stable. No. 6 Howard street. Will be sold cheap, in conse queuce of the proprietor going out of the businon. For sale.?a carriage, silver plated har ness, and a pair of hue young lionet, sound and kind; mill he sold separate or together, cheap for caxh. Apply at Plant's stable, corner of Stat* and Boerum streets, Brooklyn. For salf.-a doctor s second hand gig, made to order, of the best materials, with entirely new running gear ; will be sold at half its value, by a physloian leaving the city. Can bo scon at .'>3 White street. For sale-a handsome caleche, which can he used open or shut at pleasure, huilt in the beat man ner. lined throughout with heavy brooatelle, and in excel lent condition. Can be seen at No. 211 West Twenty-eighth street. For sale cheap?a coAcn rockaway, but little used: will be sold at a bargain, as the owner is about to leave the city. Inquire at UEAltDSLKY'S old ?tand, 32 Canal street, near Lroadway. Horse and wagon stolen, from the premi ses of Dr. Law, Tarrytown, on the morning of Friday, l.'.th inst.. a sorrel horse, with a slit in one of his cars, white spot on his face; also, a wagon, painted black with green titipes, enammsllod leather top. dntk blue lining, and no cushions. Whoever will capture the thief and recover the property, will he liberally rewarded. Horse covers?price $s.?the best and most durable article ever before offered for 'ale by the man ufacturers. ROGERS A WYCKGFF, 23 Cortlandt street, successors to H. H. Day. Horse and carriage wanted.?any person bavin* a first rate horse which can bo warranted right aud sound in every respect, may hear of a customer by applying at 120 Maiden lane. Also. wanted, a one or two seated car riage, with harness, saddle, Ac. None but ;i tine, showy aui inal will answer. PRIVATE STABLES TO RENT-NO. 21 WEST Twenty sccond street: also, purt of the (tablet next door, No. 23: possession immediately. Apply on the ?re mises, No 23, to THOMAS HASBROOK. Coachman STABLE FOR SALE?THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS for salu his itnble stock of horses, carriages, Ac., with the good will of the business, and stable to rent it h.i* been established twelve years, and tho business is constant ly increasing, and wanting more attention than th? sub scriber can give to it. Will be found a ",ood opportunity for any person to engage in It. Terms cash. HENRY STIFF, '7 Montgomery atrect, Jersey City. WANTED?A SADDLE HORSE, A PACER. OF EASY gait, about fifteen bands bl?'h, and pony built; spoeU not required, but mnst be sound, gentle uud kind in havnes*. Address J. T., 67 Perry street. -flTANTID TO PURCHASE?A SECOND HAND CAR TT riage. to hold two or fonr persons, must be low and easy, for an invalid. Any body having a carrinitu of the above tiaa rripilon. either for one or two horses, may find a ea?h a its turner, by addressing X Y, box 760 Post Office. WSTRCTtTIOS. Bookkeeping, ac.-mr. w. j. renville, no. a? Broadway, continues to reeeive new pupils for practi cal instruction in bookkeeping, arithmetic, Ac , qualifying tbi'tn in the most thorough and cfBcicat manner Tor the dlties of t he counting room. Open day and evening. QPANISH LANGUAOE.-A SPANISH GENTLEMAN, V? favorably known in this city as a teacher of his native language, will impart Instruction in the same to ladies nnd gentlemen, at his office, or in any part of the oity, and will sImi make translations with correctness and propriety. Ap ply at 02# Broadway, room No. Ill, np stairs. THE MISSES BUST ICED HAVE-TAKEN A LARGE and commodious house in the pleasant and healthy i neighborhood of Carmanivillt, to which plaeo they have re moved their school for young ladies. A select number of I hoardng scholars only admitted. A few boys will betaken I nndfiteu years of age. Summer term opens May 1st, 181*3. I Application may be made for terms to Ueorge W. Bustcod, Jr., SSI Third avenue; Richard Hustced. Esq.. 40 William street, and the Rev Dr. Saadford, White Plains. This month on lY.-i ii f, last-opportunity of learning to write of the subscriber for Avo dollars. Terms- Five dollars for ten lessons; or ten dollars for twen I ty five lentous, including stationery, payable on snhsorib I i?R- Opta dally frcm 9 A M to 9 P.M., excepting Saturday evening. Ladies class at il4 o clock P. M. Gentlemen's olass at 9 A. M., and 7 and K o'clock P.M., daily, excepting Saturday. Separate parlors for private initrm tion, which may be takon at hours smiting the convenience of the pupils. Ttrms, #IS For sale?Goldsmith's System of Penmanship, an elegant copybook, with ample instruction Price 2S cents per copy, or five copies for one dollar. Gold pens, of the finest finish, selected by OLIVER B GOLDSMITH, 2H!? Broadway. COAX,. (10A1,-CHEAT AND QOOD.-ABOl/T 490 TONS Of J coal now selling off. in small quantities, to close the oou oeru. at the following low prices ?Red ash atove and egg, per ten, >175; white do. de , (I 90, at ODKI.L'9 coal yard,MB TUH1 lF*B?7 Mtlj* tl( ?M Apartments to lit -mm alnwick hatino lm?d for a term of iwi trra tha lrrt of Mirint, the eoBimudioss heoee SVirlok mnir of Beaeh, onoHta St. Joha's park, will bar* two or tbrM ?irj desira ble auite of room to Ut, with or withoat board Applica tions will now bo raoeived from first elaaa perse as at bor present residenoe, 68 Varick street. Aladt and child wish boakd in a pri ?at? boarding bouoo, on tbo aaat old* of tho city, not bolow Second ?v?u. Addroat J. I., Herald otfioo. A SUIT OF ROOM8, OR SINGLE APARTMENTS. TO lot. forniahed, to gentlemen willin? to par a liberal price for a oomfortable homo, ia a email, genteel family, with partial board. Tho bouao baa all tbo modern improToaonta, gat, C'rutoa water, Ao., at 'MO Woat Twouty-aevoafrh atroot, Boor Eighth aTeaao. Two linoa of stages ruu through Eighth and two through tho Ninth avenue. boaidoo tho Eighth avonuo care. No moving at May. Referenuet ex ohanged. Apply at above. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE, OR SINGLE GEN tlemen, oaa obtain board at No. 13Stuyve?aat atroot, between Niatb and Tonth atroota. Tho house oontaina all the modern improvement. A PRIVATE FAMILY CAN ACCOMMODATE A FEW . ftentlemen after the flrat ot May, with furnished rooms, brrakfaet, and tea, or without. Apply at ,V> Third avenue, ia the store. A furnished OR UNFURNISHED ROOM, SUITA bio for one or two gentlemen, in tbo neighborhood of Spring street, weat of Broadway, will bo kept ia perfect or der. Address Rooms, Harald offloe. A MOST SATISFACTORY METHOD OP OBTAINING boarders is, by leaving the name, residence, description of house, Ac., upon the book* of the New York Boarding Exchange. This aystem ia gradually obviating tbo neoessity of advertising when either board or boardera are desired. The advantago of this establishment to those lookiag for board is also very evident. Office Broadway, cornor of Keade street. A PRIVATE FAMILY CAN ACCOMMODATE TWO OR three gentlemen with well furnished rooms, and par tial board, at No. 77 East Sixteenth street. The house is pleasantly situated, near Stuyveaant square, aud convenient to several lines of stages. References exchanged. A LADY. HAVING MORE ROOM TnAN SUE RE quires, would let oue or two rooms to u gentleman and lady, with or without board for the lady. To persons wish ing to live retired, this in a good opportunity. Pluase address, which must state where an interview can be had, Tenant, Broadway l'ost Office. Board?a handsome suit of rooms on the seoond floor, alao a (ingle room, is now to let at Nea. 82 and IU Eaat Twenty third street. No moving on l?t of May. BOARD.?TWO OR TnREE GENTLEMEN CAN BE Ac commodated with board, in a rospeotable family ia South Brooklyn, about tea minutes walk from eithor South ferry or Hamilton aveaue. Rofereuoei exekaaged. Addroat B. F. H., Brooklyn, Herald offloe. Board.?a lady, having taken a first class bouae ia Ninth etreet, near Fifth avenue, will let tho rooma, single or in suites, furnished or not, with or without board, as desired. Location delightful. The bouse will ba shown and terms stated by applying at No. 3V Greonwiob avenue, corner of Charles street. BOARD.-CHOICE SUITS OF ROOMS, ON SECOND and third floors, to be let in a tirst elans stone house, with all tho modern improvement* and elegantly furnished. Alao, very plensaat single rooms. References exchanged. Apply at No. 76 West Twenty third atreet. Board -to let (unfurnished* from ist may, with board, a handaome frout parlor on flrat Boor, with pantries. Apply at 112 Hudson stroot, between Frauklla and St. Johu a Park. Board?a very pleasant furnished or un furnished parlor, with pantry attaohed. on the flrat floor, to lot, with board, to a gontleman and hie wife. Ap ply at fl Henry street. Room wanted-unfurnished, with brkak fast and torn, by a gentleman, in the vlcluity of liroad way, between Ninth and Eighteenth streets. Addrosa Box ?mo Pout oisoo. Boarding.?a parlor and bedroom on the second floor, either furnished or unfurnished, also the whole of the third floor, handsomely furnished, will be let, with full board, to youug gentlemen who will club toge ther. or to a quiet respectable family withoat children or servants, in the new and splendid house, 13 Wcat Twenty second street. The location U uns-irpaased, being in the Im mediate vicinity of Fifth avenue and Madison park- None t ut those who nre willing to pay liberally for oorafortand ityla need apply. Dinner at six o'clock. Boarding?a gentleman and his wife can be accommodated with a largerand pleasant room, with pantry, on the second floor, where tho comforts of a home may he enjoyed. Apply at 83 Henry street. A couple of single gentlemen ean be accommodated. Boarding?a suit of rooms, and several single rooms, may be obtained on the 1st of May, with full or partial board, in the flrat olaas houae No. 11 West Twenty-fourth street, near Broadway. The house has all the modern improvements and is in a pleasaut looation. Re ferences exchanged. For terms, apply at No. 104 Prlnoe street, west from Broadway. Board on staten island.?persons wanting hoard in the coontry oan hear of a pleasant looation, within a half mile of a steamboat lauding, by applying at 14."> West street, between the hours 8 and IDA. M. and 2 and 5 P. M. Board?a spit of rooms on second story. together or separately, in a private family, wore would enjoyed the comforts ot a home, can be hail by applying at 10 Charles street, Warren place, acftr Greenwich avenue. On a stage route^ Board.-a respectable family has a front and a back parlor, with bedroom and closets between, to spare, separate or together, to respootablc . parties only, with cold, warm, aud shower bath on locond floor, unfur nished, to make up a family circle. Apply at No. 2i<7 Broome street. Board wanted-a young man wants a small room, and partial board, in a strictly private, plain, American family, where breakfast nan be had by 0 o'clock. Reference, as '.o character, Ao.. will be furnished. Addrosa Y. P., Herald office, with terms. Boarding ?gentlemen with wives, also sin gle gentlemen, can be accommodated with parlors, with hedroomH and pantries attaohed, batli room, .to., on second and third floors, with tall or partial board, in asmall privtte family. Looation desirablo. Apply at 2t)3 West Fifteenth street, between Eighth and Nhitn avenues. Boarding.?a handsome front parlor to let, unfurnished, suitable for a physician, with or with out board, or a gentleman and his wife, with board; like wise a few single gentlemen can obtain good board and rooms, by applying immediately, at 33Forsyth street, neur Walker. Not removing in May. Boarding-one ortwo gentlemen and their wives, and three or fonr single gentlemen, can obtain pleasant and handsomely furnished room*, in suites or singly, in Waverly place, a few doon from Sixth avenue railroad and Washington Parade Gronad. Hath, gas., Ao., in the house. Early application will be necessary for choice of rooms. The house will be ready for occupancy by the 25th of April. Best of reference given and required. For further information, apply at 44 Barclay street. BOARD.-A LARGE SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS. ON THE first floor, also a suit of rooms on the second floor.elegantly furnished, mny be obtained, with full board, at 043 liroad way. All the modern improvements in the houae. Board in Brooklyn?two sinoi.e OINTLI uicn can be accommodated with pleasant rooms, in a respectable private family, a few minntes walk fron Fulton ferry, by applying at 112 Sands street. Terms moderate. Reference* exchanged. Board wanted?by a gentleman and his wife, one grown person, and two uhildren. aged eight and Ave yearn, in a quiet, respectable family, where the com forts of a home oan be enjoyed, in Brooklyn, near the Ful ton or South ferry, l'orms must bo moderate. Address ?lames, Herald office. Board.-a good opportunity for gentlu men and their wives, or a few single gentlemen, who wit-h to procure pleasant rooms for thn summer, in a large double house, with all improvements. The location is do ? iralde, and convenient to stages. Apply at S14Greenwich street, eorncr of Jane. Board.-a large second story room, with a verandah aud closot connecting, to lot, well furnished, with full or partial board, to a gentleman and wifo or two gentlemen, on reasonable terms. Also, a room for a single "cntloman in a first class house, containing all tho modern improvements. Stages pass the door. Please call at 98 St. Mark's place, Eighth street. References required. Board in Brooklyn.-mrs. ring wishes to inform her friends, and those ladies and gentlemen who are desirous of obtaining the comforts of a homo, that she has taken the house No. 0 Willow street, not two minutes walk from the Fulton ferry. The house is now undor^-oing tho rough repair, and will be newly furnished throughout. Ap plication can lie mudo un or alter the 22d instant. Boarding.-families and single gentlemen can be accommodated with board and rooms in the large aud commodious house No. IHO Hudson street, corner of I.night. opposite St. John's park: ono of the most boautiful locations in the city. Rooms furnished or unfurnished, to suit applicants. Hot and cold hatha. Apply immediately, on the premises. Board.-a few gentlemen can bf, accommo dated with partial hoard, pleasant rooms, aud the com tnrts of a home, by applying at 553 Greenwich street, second door above Charlton. Board.-gentlpmkn may obtain pleasant rooms, with breakfast aud tea, and dinner on Sabbath, in the modern built house No. 247 West Twenty tiret atreot, comer of Ninth avenue. The house is furnished with a warm and cold bath, aud baa been newly painted through out. Board .wanted by a widow lady-a fur uisbed or unfurnished room, with board, in a private family, or where there are but, lew boarders. A commuui cation directed to Essex. Herald ufflco will meet with at tention. Board-a gentleman and his wife can be accommodated with nn unfurnished room and hi>ai'd, with use of bath, Ac., at 1M Kssex street, third door above Delanc.v Reference required and given. Board in brooklyn-a gentleman and wife ran have board, with handsome room iaml bedroom If required) on second floor, unfurnished, in a very desirable location. Apply to IX* Outfield street, near Fulton avenue. CIOINTRY BOARD WANTED, NEAR THE CITY. / A gentleman, with his family, numbering abont eight, ' wish board for four or five nunths, from 1st May. with privi i lege for servant and washing; near water preferred. Ad dreae Phil?, Herald office. CIOI NTRY BOARD WAN'TED-BY A GENTLEMAN, i his wife, t? o children, igirl". ; and 1 year oldi and uurse, in a pleasant place, within half an hour's sail of this city, from the 1st of May to October. Address, with particulars, J. 9., Herald office. FRENCH BOARD.?TWO SUITS OP FIRST CLASS raems and parlora, suitable Cor familicc, may be obtain ed In a striftly modern house, with gas and water through out the rooms. Also, single apartmeatc for gentlemen. Lo cation unsurpassed?No. 6K St. Mark's pla'-e. Southerner* are invited to call. None but those of the highest respocta hility need apply. Stagea nass before tlie door. Dinner at six. References exchanged. T7H RN1SHF.D OR UNTUUNISHED ROOMS TO LET P One or two single gentlemen can he accommodated with rooms in a private family, wen of Broadway, ami two blocks from Niblo's. Apply to E A., iO Cortlandt atrcet, up stairs. # Furnished rooms, without board, to rent at 14* Chamber! street, near the Hudson RWcr Railroad depot. A handsome front parlor on accond floor, w ith large pantry and bedroom adjoining, elegantly furnished, at ten ilollnra per week Bath reom, Ac., on same floor ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN MAY OBTAIN HAND some furnished rooms in a German private family, with or without partial board Tho situation ia very pleasant, sinl a short di-tance from the Fulton ferry, Brooklyn. Ait* | drc-c t omen knee, llerald office. PEASANT ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR FAMtT.rgg ami single scntlemen, fnrniiked or unfurnished, *|tli full or partial hoard, may he had ia East Twenty A rat r,treet, near Gramercy park (privilege of the park'. Apr'tieation 1 Vtl1 ,lu' *-'*U AC^4i Ko'.or SINGLE Omum, AND GENTLEMEN with thfir wives, caa be icioaisoiliMd with good beard and pleasant room*, at No. 8 Abingdon place. w?? sida, from tti? first oi' May nut Aptly at Hudson ?tr?t. TWO GENTLEMEN AND THEIK W1YK8, ALSO TWO or tbreji single nutltmci. oaa bo accommodated (ofter Man with good Board Bad handsoma room*, ia a trot riant private boarding houaa, in East Broadway, where tha com rorU of a homo may bo had. Apply at JU Market street. near lieu ry TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, OR A GENTLEMAN and liia wife, can ho accommodated with pennanant board from the lat of Ma, next, in a private family ;*the second story front or bark room ii offered. and bodrooin if desired. Unexceptionable references given and ra<|uir*d. Apply a* 20*1 Eighteenth stnet near Eighth aveuue Two furnished rooms and a bedroom to lot, without board, to two or throo single gentlemen. ia a respectable private family, at tW Forsyth itrect, boar Grand. TWO GENTLEMEN, OR A gentleman AND HIS wifo, can bo accommodated with pleasant rooma and board, on tha seoond floor of a fln* bouse. with a private family, at 2U Wast Thirty Aral street, near the Eighth avenuo railroad. WANTED IMMEDIATELY-permanent BOARD IN Brooklyn for a gentleman and nia sister; full board for the lady only. Location not above Clinton atroot. convenient to tha Wall atroot or South ferry. Addreaa Comfort, llerald office. WANTED IN BROOKLYN, immediately, A FUR uiihed room and partial board, with dinner on Sun day!, by a single gentleman, near Fulton or South ferry, on reasonable terma. Addreaa W. B., Herald offlee. References exchanged. WANTED?BY A gentleman AND LADT, A Ftl? niahad room, in a private family, (widow preferred.) in Brooklyn. Board for the lady only, and paid in advance if desirad. Addreaa B. F. G., Brooklyn Poit Office. (OLLUIERT AND DRE81MAKING, Leghorn bonnets, capotes and flats. - Rioharda A Cromwell have now on hand a large assort ment of the above goods, to whioh they call the attention of the trada and milliners. Alto, English, Frenoh, and Italian straw bonnets, braids and trimmings, in ovary variety, ribbons, glace silks, laces, flowers and millinery goods generally, all of whioh they offer at the lowost prices. RICH AHD8 A cromwell, 138 William street, seeoud door below Fulton. MRS. MILES, 806 FOURTH BTREET, CORNER OF Greene, bags to announoa to tha ladies of New York, that she has received from Paris a ohoiee aeleution of fash ionably made under dresses for ladles and ehildren, and that she has also made arrangements to ba supplied every month, by tha first housea in Paris, with lnoes, embroideries, Ae. Aa., made to order. In any desired styla, at the shortest notice. Mr*. M. respectfully solicits the attention ot the ladies to aa inspection of her present stook. inn CASES OF NEW BONNETS" COMPRISING 1UU tha best assortment in the city, having been made expressly for the millinery trade, will b? sold at tbe lowest cash prices, by J. H. HOMER, fri Jo^u street. ?tJIAJIOIAU. ?q (\r\r\ Ai\n loan" on th* mortoaoj 5pO.UUU.UUU Bondi of tho IlllnoU Contral R?fl r*Tbii oonfpany will receive pronotal* from the 10th to th? 15th of Job* next, for threo million* of dollar* of It*j?o? itniotlon bonds, to be Isenod in sum* of one thousand ?ue five hundred dollar* each payable at the office of the oom many hi the city of New York, on the flr?t day of April. W?, with eoopom attached for the paymemt of intereit at the ??me plaoe semiannually, on the l*t of April and lit of Ob- i tober, In aaoh year, at the rate of **ven per eont per annum. These boa da arc aeonred by a ttrat and only mortgag* I trustees of the whole road and brancke*, teven hundred an? | four mile* in length, and of two milliona of acrea of land in the vicinity of the road, granted by Congroaa to aid ia iU ,"Th?r?hol<>e*road is under contract, and a largefowa(N bow employed in ita conatrnotion. It la expected that WO to ?K mllea will ba completed by 1st Januury naxt and the re mainder of the entire line during the year lMt About 72,000 tons of rnlla will be required, of whloh (!7,0(? torn were contracted for at the low rates ruling one year since aad ia now constantly arriving at Naw York and New Or '"ho wfcol* amount of bonda which can be leaned underth? mortgage if seventeen million* of dollars, of wliica h?Ye besi | already negotiated? ? nnn London luan. all per eont bondi 5,00*),u? In United State*, and on iron nod ottocroontract*, ?even per oent bondl. ? ? 5,7g>,BW Total $10.7*5,001 None of whieh hare been disposod of at leaa than par. Tho company will give to oaoh subscriber to this whoa* bid shall be acoepted, the right to anbaoribe forthrflj ahareaof the ultimata aapltal stock of the' ahareaof$100 eaeh) for each bond of $1,000subscribed anl paid for by him, ana a like proportion for a larger or small* amount, and a proper provisional oertHoate will be gJvoBBl evidence of such right to subscribe when the steok shall be issued, nport payment of suoh instalment as may bo requ?r?4 by the direetors. not exceeding the instalments then callM iu from other stockholders, wnioh probably will not exeeoe '"'I?* oompany reserve the right to redeem any of the bondi at any time before maturity, on payment of the amount thereof, with twent} per cent premium and any acuruod '"no proposal will be received at any rate lass than par, ard the company rererve* tlie right t# accept proposal* for all ot anv portion of the amount. .. Ten per oent of the amount allottod to eaoh *ubsorio#i will be required on notico ot the aoceptanoe of hi* prop')?als and the balance as callcd for by the direotor*, Bot exeeow Inji ten per oent monthly. Any subscriber pay, however at his option, pay up in full and receive hi* bondjatanJ lime. If any subscriber, whose bid is nooentjd. ?h?# prefer in lien of the seven per oont bond* hereby offered to reoeive six per oent bonds of the tame oharacte* id every respeot as those Issued for the London Lom of $6,000,000, of whloh Interest and principal will bo payalfl? in London al the rate of four shillings and two penoe storlfaj to the dollar, suoh bonds will be issued, but In snoh cm tht. ?ubioriber will be required to pay the inetnl iu?nt" at the sarao rate, to wit: ?20K 8*. hd. for eaoh bond of $1,0M The stook appropriated to sneh subscription will be awe Jro filtered in London, npon tbo same torm* and conditions W that now reglHcred there if preferred, instalment* and dlti ?lends therooB being payable tliere at the *n<ne rate of ex Cb*ntwe*t will In all caiei bo *dJn*tod on payment of the Proposals will be received by W. P. BURRALL, Treyurnr Bt the office of the Company, No. 60 Wall stri ot N IT, en oloMd, staled and endorsed ^'Proposals for loan of &>,000,0U? of Illinois Antral Railroad Company.'* ?? te*. By order of the Board of Directors ROBERT SCIIUYLKR. President. 1 DAVID A. NEAL, Vice President, I W. P. BURRALL, Trea*oror, I F.xeonttvt OIOROK GRI8WOLD, f Committee. MORRIS KKTCHUM. JONATHAN STURUK3, J New York, April 2, ISM. ____ (t>OQQ nnn AT SEVEN pf.r CENT-TO loan. o.v ? ZOO.UUU bond and mortgage, on Improved and un improved property in this city, in sum* to suit applioant*. Also, 307,000 to loan on improved property in Brooklyn and | Williimsburg. Apply to J. K. COOK, Jr., 7!> Nassau street, j (Pen nnntowmmT^wantedtoborrow,the JrOU.UUU foregoing amount, for three years, on first | bond and mortgage, improved property In ttafc olty, wortlt | more than double the amount. Seven per oent will be paid, but the advertiser will pay no commission, and , desire* to treat with principal*. Address Cash, Post office. <m nnn -theadvertisfriiasi a note our in ?Pl .UUU. four month*, which Is well endorsed, and is unquestionable, which ho will sell at a liberal diicoun . Address Discount, Herald office. card-any gentleman willing to loan a young widow lady $*?) can find agTooable board and the comforts of a homo In a plea*ant and convenient location up town.* None but gentlemen with integrity of motive nee<l answer. Addrex* Jo*epblno St. Clair, Union square Post Offloo. for three da} *? Drafts on Ireland and kncland, in sdms froiu ?1 and upwards, payable at sight, aro Issued bv the sulmribers, BOWMAN, GR1NN ELL .? South street, solo passenger ngents for the Swallow Tail Libs of Liverpool and London packet ship*. _________ Drafts qk thk watiomal bank of scotlajh and tlio Royal Bank of Ireland for*?le l>y LIVIHOSYON. WILLS ft C(j., 74 Broadway, N Y. Partial Ib the eoontrv wl*Ung to remit, oan forward fo a?? tbrongti any of the agonoio* of Well*, Bnttorfleld ft Go. ?l PuuSTyiriU ACo. Exchange office, no. io west strf.et.-eng H*h silver wanted, at '2\ eont* per shilling; goverelgns, HWito >1 five franc*. Hi cent*; American hull dollars. 8K l><>r cent premium. All other foicign gold and Bilvet: bought at the highost ratEerRy B?IRNE ^ w#it |trMt F OR SALE?BIT L8 OF EXCHANGE ON LONDON, from 1100 to ?1,000 sterling, to suit, by E. II. SMITH, :B0 Broadway. M ONFY IN SUMS OF $.'. TO frt.000. TO LOAN ON xvo. deposit of w*teh. <. lewelry. diamonds, cloths, slUa, ?at in?, piano*, scgnrs. aud most kinds of personal property, at the Life Insurance and I.oan Office. No. .12 W nrren street. Office lionrs trou. 10to .1 o'olock. P. S.-Hill remove ou the 1st of May to No. P Chatham street. Money, moniy. money -advancf.s made on the most pleating terms, in sums to suit applicant*, on every description of property, at the PaeiHc Agency aud Loan oificc, No. Ill Grand *troet, corner of Broadway, over l'actfio Hank Tho strictest oonfldence snd honor tuny be relied upon. Bnsiness iran*aotod peremptorily. Office hour* from !l to j o'clock. XTF.W YORK AND VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. J\ Notlee.?The *n1i*eriber* to th* new *toek of the .nsw York and Virginia Steamahip Company, are hereby requested to i>av to the aseut* of the company, Ms**rs. Ludlam ft 1 leu* Jants M Front ytreet.lNew York, the following InstaJmei.tf vli ?On the 23d March in*t . J) per eont., and on the iAi April next. .6 ,.er cent Uy order.^BlCHT^tBr,. "OTIC*.?NEW YORK AND HARI.KM RAIWROAX I'ompony.?A meeting of the *tuckholder* of this eta MtB* win be held at their office, No. 1 Centre street, ei rriuay, April XI, at ll' o'eloek noon, for the pnrpoie of a^ Ing upon an aot of tbo LegisKtnrt or the Stat* of New Yorl, passed on the ?tb of April, IS'*', and th* aot amdndin* th? same, passed on th. Mb day of March, 1863, and upon tks proposed inereaae of tho capital (took of *l?ht mllMOBloi dolwirs, in pursuance uf a resolution of tho director*. T?? polls will be opened at IS o'clock noon. audelotedBt 2o alow V M. By order of the board of Director*. r * ALKX. KYLE, Seoretatf &*r|( K OF THE NEW YORK GA3 LIGHT COM pary. April ll.TfM ?The president and dirootor* have thi* day declattd a dividend of five per oent on the capital stock ol the company, for the rix month* ending Ut rebrn arv last, payable to 'th* stockholder* on and after Monday the 2d May next The transfer book will b? elosud from tho *th inst. to th. abov* dntc. s,??Ury. RIKNTAL 1!ANK.-THE BOOKS Or SUBSCRIPTION to tin etpital stock of th? Oriental Bank^ to be located at the intersection of Grand itieet and East Broadway, will Ic opened at the Citiien*' Bank on th? ISHli instant, and remain open for three dey?, ?nl*** the whole amount be *o?ner subserlhed. Ten per *eot will bt required to bo paid at the time of making *uU><iriptiun*. PIRKCTOB*. Wm. Boardman. Jr.. Neptune Ko-jndry, Foot of Eighth *t Charles Tuttle Dry Goods aj Codar stroot. Ti'oma* ( rane Granite.. MO Madison st. Tbomas Kennedy. . Painter . ..MO Grand street. Abraham C. Bell Ship Builder . Foot Sixth street. George C Lugar Paintir N Houston street. John Tol) amu* Jeweler 4W Grand street. Nathaniel J. llojd.. . late Hardware... .4 Lewis street. John Lewi* (irocer . ??> Houston street Jeremiah L Ssickett. Dry (loodi Grand street. Augustus Welimnnn Dtug-;i?t 3*7 Br^nom* street. Rlcb.'d C. MtC'ormlck ..TO Madison street. Stephen it llalsey,.. Feed. S-'ii CbaHei I,. Stickney. .Mustard. 178 Rlviagton *t. *\ Villain M B illott. N Y. City Hoar. corn*r Broom* sna Mill* Lewi* *treot*. TlOUl*I n?ley Mason .141 *" J,0,* ', JOSEPH M. PRICE, President. New York, April IS, 18M. TJA<I? RACON A CO., BANKERS, SAN *RA*CIS(^ X Cal.?Exchange on London, Valparaiso, and th* el tie* of the Cnited State*, for sale in sums to *ult Colio#. tions made at San Francis** qr Ib *]i" !/*' and ?roo**ds promptly remittod. B*f*rto and draw e*M A sisrl.aa' Ksottaiig* lUU, MfsW*. ?????*. ?0 r,(\(\ -0ENTML HOUSE FOR 3AI.E. CHIAP, vJ.wUUi A m? palMl hw threo aterv and kittiMii houM, finished ta the mo.t n?i aa<l ,0i?ef aatial utiitr, having all of tba latest improvements, situated ap town, ia one of th* be?t locations, will l>? (old for IP. K(U. M. L. ilitmoH. Ntwia atraat. ?*-> nnn and **080 ?*'?*-* beautiful ?f 'y.l/UU bonM aad ?torn, jbiH) feet, twoatory and attio, twenty-eight minutes ride from the city on railroad. Well of ton * ater at th? door. Doing about W.OUO |Mr tunan. nil for &H.GOO. $1 000 can remain on I.on.I and mortgage. Rca sons for wiling given un interview. Address, C. tnaraberlin, Herald office. <1*1 Zf)f\ ?FOR sale. yttKT CHEAP, IF sold ?P.L.UUU. thit) week, a yiod cottage house, with a half aire of garden, at Jamaica. Will be an hourly conveyance there after lat May. The land if wurth nearly the amuunt. House cost >Wt>. Also, tine vac*ut lota. Call on S. WIL COX. .'t! John atreet. A MECHANICS' BOARDING HOUSE FOB SALE-IV a first rato neighborhood. with lease and furniture. It Hill contain from twenty to thirt* boarder!! Inquire at No. S.'-Jj First avenue, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets. A COTTON FACTOBT, SITUATED IK NIW JERSEY, foar mile* from Clarkstown, oa the New York and Eria Railroad, eoatalaiag (00 Danforth apiodlee, and all aa cirsary maeblnery, now ia operaMoa, with 13 aarea land, Ave dwelling hoeeee. out honaei, Ma., will be aold aheap, lnunte* of D. 1CQOONMAKBK, ltt Breadway, or A. P. 8M1TH, 18 Park plaae. ASTORIA.-FOR SAI.E, THE EMMETT HOUSE AND lot, situated iu the centre of a large Iriah populatioa, and fronting on two principal streets. Tho house la newly raiuted. and well worth the atteation of any parson wishing ii purchase. It ia well established aaa tavern, and ia dtcliT edlv the beat stand in the place for huaineaa. I'rieeof house and lot, Sl.fil'O; also nme lota for gale. Apply to JOHN COFFEY, lifi Maiden lane. A confectionery, FRUIT, AND ICE CREAM store?and the lease of th* houso?for sale. It will lie sold cheap, aa the owner ia about to leavt the oity. It is a first rata atand for business. Apply ut No. 18 Eighth ?venue. ABARECHANCEOFFf.RED.-FOR SALE. FOUR NEW Taluablu four story houaea and lota. houses tH feet doep, and bnilt in the most substantial ami workmanlike manner, sltuatod in Thirty-Hftli street, north aide, between First ami Seoond avenues; tho four highest in the centra of tho block, and will b* aold at a great bargain. Price only $4.3iK>. and only (1. .'?*> to be paid down, the balance to remain for Ave years. For farther particulars Inquire of GII.LMAN ?t WHITNEY, builders. 124 Columbia street, New York, or of Mr. HEAD, at the buildings. CCRYSTAL PALACE.?FOB SALE, LEASE AND FUR J nitnre of the Crystal Hotel, located on Sixth avenue, opposite the Crystal Palace. Fitted up and furnished in the best style. Also a first class hotel, located on Broadway, Apjly to U. A. ROBINSON, Hfi Nassau atreet, upstairs. Desirable residence at Stamford, conn., for aale or to let.NThr house is two stories nigh, with wings and piasia on three aides, finished in modern style, with basement, range, furnace, dumb waiter, Ao., with water in the kitchen. There are alao on the premises oarria;e bouse, stable, Ac. The grounds are tilled with ohoioe fruit (evergreen), shado tree*, aad shrubberv. For further par ticulars inquire of WM. Dfi KLYN, No. 109 Greenwich avenne. Desirable farm for sale.-a most yaluable f*rm of sixty two acre*, near the village of Rahway, and fronting tho Bahway river, Is n He rod for aale; a large dwelling house, outbuildings in any number, stables, valua ble fruit trees, the best of wells, and other oonvonienees rarely met with, would render it a most oomfortable resi dence for gentlemen doing business in New York; it is but a few minntes walk to the d?pot of the Central Railroad, New Jersey, wbioh affords hourly chances to be in New York ia alont fifty five iniuutos. There Is also a newly built wad ding factory, with fall machinery, all working hy steam, on the place. The whole or part is offerod for ssle on quite moderate terms. Apply to T. W. raynold. Springfield, or on the premises, of SAMUEL SCHLITTLKR, Lesyille, near Hallway. N. J. Fob sai.e-i.f.ase, stock and fixtures, of a i r i olass tobacco and segar atoro. situated on one of the most public thoroughfares of this city. A splendid stand for business. Term I onty to a cash customer. Apply at the New York, Brooklyn and Williamsburg Agency Office, (J7 Chatham street. 9Z.WU yearly. Will be in three rounds, and will be Pnr?h?M>r?. Appl; to C. B. HOWES, ?B Na.sVu sUco'l" I?OR SALE?1THE I.EASE, STOCK AND FITTITRF<* in the n?>Mr nVrt f5?wy KT?t#ry Rnd "l"0' ator# "Knitted f""?" ?W? ?? TJ^OR SALE OR TO LET.?THE NEW arrrr RirirT syya-ram, app,, a ESESKs ITALIAN VILLA, AT CEDAR OROVF Dinndi the niziilands sod Narrows, Them is an oxcellent garden Ftoekud with fruit. Will he aold vrith or^lthoSt ?tAlt.NiwTork.0' pMtUukrl,?PI?,y w H. If. Clark,? H'all F?R SALE-TWENTY SIT ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL l*ml, in the town of Eastchester. well adapted fur ooun w-y residences, akout threo eighths of a mile from the Mount Vernon station on tho New lfpveu railroad and within ?f tWt? ?*tio5B on **10 llarlci" railroad. Will l>e sold together or iu lota of three or more acrea, to auit our ohaaera Terma eaay. Apply to WESTER VELT A lluGA RT y?nnt \crnon, W eatciioatcr county, N. Y. ' T^or sale?two new modkkate sized brick ,v..t w"a OI'ilrth".rim,''dtai, of Ti,ir!J tiftl'gtreHt' *b"ut **? ter MlUr ? J"*' '*"*">'? basement and conn ur cellar, with nil the modern improvements. Possession can be had immediately. PUdSLKY & RAYNOR. ,VI3 ?. ixtli avenue, between Thirty-second and Thirty-third ?t?. F0fnM^''Ri7nAi L0T OF -VEUr ROSEWOOD l'URNI hri-akin* ?p ??r!?VWAp?lT^. WhUestrect?*" " fi'OR SALL A TWO STORY ANI) ATTIC FIOKsk PollOfflcY * 00 b?ni1 "n<1 mortP!,K'- ^IdroM box W Forsale-the stock. FIXTURES, AND (lOOD will of an old catablishcd dru^ store, doinu a lar-e nnl lucrative business. An opportunity soldom mot with 1 KENNEDY A SHERMAN, I'i Wall .treet. For sale-house and lot on lkxinotov avenue, next to northwest curm.r of Thin J*,J.. . lot 19 feet G inche. by M feet4h^se'fo'nr"SUrW ilndinj basement, which Is above ground; browi[ stone (lr?t ?rnamfl tHi ''Vi * ,T.0 . h|lthi ranj?e, copper boiler wash tubs.marble waili basins, water closets bells ,V? all posscsMon li'oJiilVv rt,rki eB,ir?l>' n?w- "ith immediate to e h. titey7?ra'r Ap F?* SAI.E?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A 'llaM Clff "aTeaMoV ? * fl.ouri'hlll,K manufacturing ? ?r 1,19 promisos having four years bo on Sackett street, corner of Hoyt, finished in the hast m,.? ner. and bnilt of the let mateWls "id In tha ?iJKu iS^rr;"v bV,,r^nI?'K?.C:"r",nev 'yihe at M?r Rent mod. KW" tfSa^i'iSrJKSSJ'aB J. it* Hall, ran be ranohod l?v oarria^e m le^s tban one *ud h I ha?liuurs, and bj Harlem Railroad in le?s time. Inn-iire of I JAMlS CONNER A gON, 29 Ueekman .^rlt. I *-eASE. STOCK AND FIXTURES OK i .A T ' r* ''?kerJr* eonfactionery and i*e cream suloon Bitiiati-d on Kroadway. within a fow Mockp of flip (>v ? *..i i alace. Apply to K. O. 1'IERCE, I.1M BruadUy y or exchange tor city property? A very floe farm of forty-three acfes, situated one and a s"t TndH'??m th* "U"?jC,UMon ?' R?hw"y New Jer sey and five minutes walk from the Hoatonrille denol If.?:"?",' ,V"1 fro? ib* C"T almost every honr in bnsine'sli-ln this'eitv TViT? f ,or * porsen doin^ un mess in this city. The farm is inider aood onltivatIon as SKi -?!icn nP?" iMP*?tion, nml it is well stocked and "un whtle will"wsMd Jff"r hri""" pnrposos. Tile AddmVKamer^ HeralVofBee.upo'1 Ur?.. FOR SAI.E OR TO LEASE?A LOT tli nY Ilk) KEF.T 5 indifi, situated on the nortli 2?% nf i.'mi*? .. ' < Mtreet nearly oppoaite the Try <tal Palace. For terma, ap pl' ,0 T. R. JACKSON, 17') Broadway Kt?XH AVEN.UE l"OT FOR SALE.?A LOT ON * ' ?l STenue. twenty five r.et front by on- hundred and stwets wost"aide "int.h l??h fcirociH, weat aido, tor aalo, now u?cd hi eonneotion with RODKHT^tf-T" '"rr A?Ply to STEPHEN KLte 0, address a note tSi?. FORI)HAM LOTS ?A bout one hvndrfd nr % vti fnl and deairalde building lota, in tKia Dloanant ? iu raVod'Tr*n ?l0V C0>lA,nJn* !*onr ?v? Aerea each, nnsnr f rod for private reaidenoea, commanding a view of thn DErMI'baNK^'.H terms Apply to Farm i or sale cheap?oontainino iho acrf* with II k?o<I larire bonse, extennive barns and ??,hnS3' lu*s ; thi Ifli.d is xood and well fene* d, is situated in Middla* atx county N. J., within twenty oiilca of New York anri near a railroad depot, where oar3 paM to' an.l frnm'v^ York almost every hour thro,ub the Say; a Tery e^?v?n^nT lot&tioR for any person disposed to pursue market ixardenins or who msy wish to attend to business daily in $ow Yrir!' Apply"to*J W' aV/eN*NoI"lit,7 0,", rcn,,,n mort^i^e' Arpij io J. W. ALLEN, No. 6 .fon?a court, H all alreet Also two othcr farmaln the vicinity. Apply its above yaluarle LOTS, on SOUTH side of Thirty tirst street, -Jim feet w<-t of Kifih ?i.inl low ifapuliedfo/soon. Also, lonr lots ?n north.Vdeof forty first street, opposite the Crystal Falaee r,,,, d? ,?,! ?^r/? fi 'trcet, between f ifth and I'onrtli avenues Broadway and Portr-aecond utritpt > ' lltth Street and l irs't Menu.; od JWih avsnuo and Seyenty second street ,nh SAMUEL EDDY, AS Wall street, basement. rioR sale-a barber shoi? for win cost ?h olty ?nd tbe?busi'nesr*Two ron'mVattlXd"!"] MftrtiSwJ uio toMoVlo*f"in-''?'^ft*prodaealrtba CliiMs ?r'^.i ?!\f "'i#d ??olasl?? of irriua. The Mod J s haudsomo new oottsgs house, also, a Sow Sheds twr e"ri1 ?'?<! a bo* I 41)6 feet of ofTatUa ;iS iEiSf * rno '?'** for ?U h.*d I bw?l? .,f itVti . f"r ^ra*' ih? milk ?ona5 isnaw. and 'n ens of th? barns are a set of hay ssales I /n ? #,eiJ f w*" *?'?' !n the baro yard, aleo ..t'iV fu**,h h,""K' T)" of the Mi.UIn,. are ia E? ill? j ******* part beia* new The pn<p?rt> oan be divided to advaataffe, or the whole wiU be sold H?w and npon aeeoiamo lailaj terms. Property in the art* ?f Nsw York, or Tro? uj Ita vlolnltr, sill In take* ia stebaa<efor part paymerit 4ni.|? i.A,!*m N \su II& Thtrd strost. fVi * flkiuuisrvci a cy.. i i?r ittwi. ??* fob ??? F?* STOCK AND FI ITU Kits OV A. splendid mufectienery tad tea orMl Mlwa, -'util IB one of the boot ui moat tobioaabla Itrwuil ttu oMn Clietf for caah Apply at the We# U ?uSit * ^ilWMUtan A|w<7 Otfloe, ff CUI" FOB SALE?a second hand coppkrplatb urea*. *mall *ite, cheap, .t HYATT A CORNELL'S, M Broadway. corner of w ?rm atroet For sale or to lbt-six fodr story house* is Ashland place, late ferry itr.it, uaar Uroeawieh fttinti. finished Id splendid atyle, with ooaatec collars. and *11 the modern improvements of everv kind Apply to T. HOLLET, wthilNl, or to I. BLOOMER. MS Bruadway. FOR3ALE-ATMORRISANIA, W ESTC H K8T KH CO VIC - ty, eight icm of land, with a beautiful grove ui creek.t The railroad rani on ou aide, nad Fordhaa read m the other; a beautitul looatioa for a couatry seat. For par titular* inquire of M1CUAKL BURKK, 179 Eliiabetk atrn^ or of Mr*. DAVEY, pioprietreee. oa the premises, Weet ohouter road, firat gate to loft hand tide ai yea pas* th? creek, net a mile from Harlem. Hotel for sale.-tue six year s lease,stock and fixture*, of tke Croat Jon.. Street Heaee. ooraer rf Great Jones street and Bowery, for tale oheap for oaek. TIM hose* oontaiaa nine room*, bealdea tl<? bar and billiard rtoa. Satiefaotory reaaons given for selling out. Apply at m Bowery, or en the premise*. House and lot in Newport, b. i? fob sal*. ?The doable two story houee, eoatheaet ooraer ef Mary and Division atreeta Haa juet been put ia porfeot repair* ha* a new oietern of thirty to forty kogahoada capacity, with * pipe leading Jato the kitehea. New and complete raoge, tm. abundance of oeavenien* eloiete, Ao. Ae. Inquire of wM. 1IEGEMAN, 165 Broadway, New Tork, or on the promisee. SPLENDID FARM FOR SALE, OF NINETY-TWO acres of excellent laud. near Clarkatown depot. Reek land county, N. Y. Said farm ia well watefotf aad suitably divided into meadow and plough land. Oa the premieee are a great variety of fruit trace, grape vine*, aad a straw - bcrry pateh. yielding from 6,000 to 8,000 baekete per uaaa. Thr improvements oonsist of a large aew hoaM aad ban* with all necessary out building* Ae. Apply te SAMUEL EDDY, 63 Wall atreet, baeemeat. TEA AND COFFEE STORE FOB SALE?THE STOCK. fixtures and loaa? of a tea atore, in a buaiuee* part aC Brooklyn, elegantly titled up, and doing a first rate haa neaa, a* will be satiafactorily ahuwu : the buaiaee* i* olesa4 for aale only becaaae the proprietor, having other buainese cannot properly attend to it. Apply at SR Third aveaaafc New York, before 10 A. M., or at a Myrtle aveaae, Broek lyn, after o P. M. TTALUABLE CRYSTAL PALACE PROPERTY PO* V tale?The four atorv brick houee oa the eoathweat eor ner of Fortieth street and Sixth avenue. Tke location ef th* bou?e cannot be equalled la the vieiaity. The houae ia twenty-live by forty-aix feet in depth, on a full aiaed let. twenty-live by one kundrad feet. It ia unneceaaary to de scribe the prumiaA further, ae person* who wish to parehaea can reeeive all information by applying oa the promisee. oc to M. L. SHELDON, HA Naeeau atreat. COPARTNERSHIP HOTKML COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.?TnE COPARTNER ?bi|> heretofore existing between the snbauribers, mdtr th* Arm of WALTER A AS11, U this dsy dissolved by itf limitation. L)uci and debts of the Ann will be sottled ba either party. J. R. WALTER, New York, April 12, UU. JOS. H. ASH. The plumbing business, Ac., will in future beooaduotad ad the old standi, No*. 3*> and 1,092 Broadway, bv WALTERS A SMITH, and at IN3 William street, corner ef Spruue, h% ASH A NICHOLLS. DISSOLUTION.-THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO* fore existing under the firm of Itliss A Creightoa it thla day dissolved by mutual conscnt. All persona having olaima against the late Arm are requested to proseut theaauie forth with. and those indebted are likewise requested to make la mediate payment. Either of tho partners are authorised to settle the bunioobi of the lato ttrtn. JOHN BLISS, FREDERICK CREICUTOtr. New ^ ork, April 10, 1853. <? Copartnership .?Tho undersigned hare this day formed d Copartnership under the name and Arm of Croi^hton A lvlnc k, and will continue the manufacturing of American chronometers, at tho old stand, 42 Fulton street, wbera thojr bare been for the last twenty years. FREDERICK CREIC.HTOtf. ? . ? . GARRET C. BLACK. New York, April 16,185S. The subscribar* also retain as their exolusivo agents th* following well known artlata:?Mr. George E. Porter, No. T Congress street, Boston; Mr. Wm. E. Harpin. 136 Chestnut street, Philadelphia; Mr. Jamea Gould, and Messrs. Gould, Stowcll A Ward, 168 Baltimore street, Baltimore; Mr. Joe, M. Freeman, 29 Mainatreet, Norfolk, Va.; Mr. S. B. Gerry, No.7 Chartrcs stroet, New Orleans, La.; Messrs. Barrett St Sherwood, San Francisco. A full assortment of chronometers, charts, sextants, an.f every description of nautical instruments, will be kept at all the above establishments. CREIGHTON ,t BLACK, ' <2 Fulton atreot, cis-n of the bigolock. TO SIGN AND HOUSE PAINTERS.?A PARTNER wanted. ?A first class sign aud ornamental painter, with an eatablisbed connection in the city, wishes to Had a partner with capital eooagh to add t he plain hrauehes to I<is trade, or an ornameutal painter, with some city connec tion; In either case, a wording uian of euorgy is required* Address Sign, Herald oilito. WANTED-A PARTNER IN AN ESTABLISHED lumber bnsinoss in Brooklyn. One of experience, with from &',U00 to f?,lJ00 capital or one nuucquaintdi with tha liusincrs, with from $10,000 to $20.0(10 capital, in on* of the most desirable looations, and a good business uudec way. Address A. B.. Brooklyn Post Office. Q9 nnn -A PARTNER, WITH THE ABOVH liPwtUvu. amount of cash wanted, to (oiu the adver tiser, who has a large trade of his own, In a,fancy jobbing trade, which will pay a large pretlt. Itoan ba clearly showa by an interview that this is a rare chance, aeldom met WiUt. Address, for one day, Thompson, Herald offiee. tOAft TO WOO.?WANTED, A PARTNER, IMME 'POuU diately, in the foreign and domestia fruits, win*, snd segar trade. Businoss good, aud everything all right. Address S. S., Broadway Post Office. post paid, or apply personally at No. 121 Grand street, near Broadway. _________ Extra pay to the navy?to the officers and sailors, Ac., of the United States Navy, who served in the PaciBc during the Mexican war at any time Area 1H46 to 1P&2. Call at the subscriber's extra pay offiee, and get the extra?the double pay granted you by Congres*. EDWARD BISSELL, Agent, and (late* parser United StateM Navy, 20 South Williamatrcet, below Wall street UNITED STATES SEAMEN'S EXTRA PAY OYPI<X 65 Wall street, front offloo, second loor.?Officers, *ea> men and marines, (or the legal representatives of *ueh,l wb? served in any United States vessel on the Paclte ocean front J une, 1846, to February, are eutltled to double paw Apply as above. P. KOWING. Anat DRY (MlODSr " WILL OPEN THIS MORNING, AT THE NEW DRY" goods store, 92 Bowery, a largo and splendid lot of netr goods, Just Irom auction, via.: watered, figured, plain, and plaid silks: crape, cashmere, p'ain, and broohe shawls; plain, figured, cotton and all wool de laines: Frenoh, Kng lish, and American muslins and prints: white and brown damnsk table liiuin, napkins, quilts, cambrics, Ac. Also, another lot of those beautiful mantillas. These gooda are decidcdly cheap. For proof, call at F. CARR 4 CO.'S, 9S Rowery. opposite Anderson's oarpet store. HUCBUAJIROCI. Brushes of e yery descri ption, at th e brush: factory, No. 337 Pearl street, Franklin square. A su perior quality of paint brushes oonstautly on band. AH articles at tha lowest factory prices. JOHN K. HOPPEJ* 337 l'earl street. Franklin square. CHARLES ROBINSON, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC fruits, No. 3 Catherine street, has Just received and offers for sale a choice lot of early pines and bananas. Pre serves and pickles of all kinds. Defiance salamander safks-gayler'S pa tent.?KOllKRT M. PATRTttK is the sole manafacturad in the United States of the abovetelebratedsafes?te whists the highest premium has Just been awarded by the Commit tee of the Matrijiolitan Mechanic's Iastitnte of Washington, aud 1'. C. Coffin's impenetrable defiance locks?fie host s ites and looks combined in the world. Depot, No. 90 Job* st i-vet, corner of Gold: after 1st May, No. 191 Pearl street* one door below Maiden lane DKAFNI.SS - NEW DISCOYERY. - LESLEY'S Ok ganie Vibrator enahlas deaf persons to hear distinctly st church and public assamblies. and affords all tha assistance tli "v t could possibly ba desired. To l>e had at 91 Lispenard atrcet. New York, ef r. W. RUl'UMAN, only acaat lac America. Ptiea S6. DR. S. M. ELLIOTT WILL RECEIVE HIS PATIENT? on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, from 9 te It o'? lock, during the summer months, at the office adjoining his astronomical observatory, on Castleton Heights. State* Itland. He will continne the nr. i ties of opthalmlc modi cine and surgery on Mondays, Wednesday* and Friday's, laa umal,) from 9>3 to 2 o'clock. at his office, No <9s Broadway. FLAGS! FLAGS! FLAGS!?FLAGS AND COLORS made to order by ANNIN A GRAFF, National and fancy flag Manufacturers, 391 West street. FRENCH MECHANICAL LAMPS?BRONZE CANOE lahras.?Just received, a large invoice of mechanical earcel and moderator lamps, trom the best makers: oleaka. statue*. groups in great variety; china and boheuian glasB ware; l'rench rape oil, better than sperm. H. DARDONvILLE, 443 Broadway. HOT BOUSF, GRATES-BLACK. HAMBURG AN? sweetwater grapes, just received, and for sale at JOHff TAYLOR'S, X1J Broadway, opposite the Tabernacle. IEECHES, LEECHES?JUST RECEIVED, A I, A ROB J lot of Hungarian leech**. Iresh, healthy and large. Pop salo at $ti0 per 1000 or $7 per hundred, by F. PATUBEI, A CO., 290 Pearl street. OTICE?FEATHERS. BEDS, MATTRESSES ANE pnliassers.?The well known proprietor of tho old aa tablislied feather store and mattress factory. No. 3ftH Grand street begs leave to rail the attention of his patrons, the housekeepers in the city find country, to the uaw and exten sive assortment of spring goods now on hand, whioh ha of fers for sale ss low as any house In the olty. W. CRAW BUCK, No. 3Mi Grand street, second door east of Essex. OLD BOOKS WANTED ?THE HIGHEST CASH PRICK paid for second hand books, either In large or smalt quantities. Persons waited upon, in this city or vicinity, by addressing a nota or calling personally on the subseribar. T. LYNCH, 51 Liberty street. SHEET AND PLATE IRON?A GOOD ASSORTMENT, for sale by GARDNER A BROTHER. 119 Wall street. TRAVELLING TRUNKS, *C.-JOHM CATTNACH, Sd Broadway, comer of Wall street, kas now on haad. and is constantly manufacturing a good assortment of su perior solid sole leather trunks, snitahle for American or European travel. Also, valises, hat cases, oarpet and leather lags, Ao., Ae. Wholesale and retail. All articles bonght at this establishment sent to any part of New lork, Brook lyn. Jersey City or Williamsburg rrM ot lor the West Indies. South America, Ac., filled with daa patch. TIM* NOT ALONE THE UNIOV^THROUGH X That Lyon's Powder s famed For killing all the insect crew. However classed or named In England, too, ita wondrona pawer la owned by great aud small, And. scattering death, ita dusty ahower Descends in nut aad hail. But, late there came the icoaa o'er A medal, rich and rare. To Lyon, sent from Britain's shore, A prise from the World's Fair. Lynn has received, through the Preaideat nf the United States, a letter, announcing tho receipt of a medal, cortid cate, Ae., awarded to him as tha exhibitor of the Marncti* fundi r In the Crvstal Palace. Call and aco lua inedal, lat ter, Ac., at LYON'S Depot <24 Broadway. -VXTHISKSmS OR MOUSTACHES FORCED TO GROW TV in six weeks, hy Qrahatt s Oiwusnt. which will nob stain or injure th* tkln. I do not *ak any one. old or yoaag, to belirve mr alone, but ask some one wnn has need it, S( per bottle, sent to any part el the country. R. U. UK A* IIAM, 3h Ann street. Fowler's Building. /?; AfW\ INDIA-RUBBER COATS, OF A SUPERIOR UiUllv quality, suited for exporters' and jabbers Iff sal* by tho manufacturers, at tha very lawMt '*taa? * rrrcKdrr, ?i T T AtfMs