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?&. RKE 8EVEXTH PA?B- -? WUKUUu /Utl? IA?UUW?4. ^v^WuRTHAVK Nl'v-ROOMS. *USJNHM D OR 40* nhnif.be.l. With iall or p.rt.al ^ ?hh, .lined b? ?ppir>'? ?? T"? ho?-' t? . i No* VM ^nodern impiowin.nt., and 1? convenient tot.ioNo* Mill New Haven Railroad ??cp.it. _ ( OQQ BROADWAY. UP STAIRS ROOM NO }~-*T ^0*7 thi. plds. p?r.on? hi?lur.H?M ?ud bonrliufc a ,.-M.uitda iowi. (U ?ooure a ?ait.ble eln?. J ua vi icrinc their addre*e. dewtiplio" of houw. Mr f X.T"?K?K. No chars. '? ^rtn.pcru.? oftli... fccok., to the partie. desiring inch ace ,mm0" A SCITKOF ROOMS AlV\LWiib fiwi .!... accommodation.. The and elngle x ,4 ?,,-i.?nMy .ituv.e.l, opposite ^"joh.Vp'irk???'? r MbB. *1. U.,uire r.t tiO Varttk .-t root, corner "' Lauht. . pTrasani suits or rooms, comm anding a .???? of tie l.y f"r 0T three *in<la gentlemen, it *fv*t* fa roilv with rfcriial board inty '/ i?57iw st ? Wtll-w Plso". U-okly-.. within thnc -uutw vh? South liud Montague f-rrio. '7_?*w *FI rct families AND OB> TLEMEN CAN A I* aioemmodated with ?uitu. or ^?P.rti?l board. stW W?.t T ,?u I,look of Broadway. The ho?i>e i- u * sad n?* T oontaiainK *11 ***? modem improvement*. A- 1 I e ,?rad. \ PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LJT^nJJ0?ind _A. eoinolv furnuhed r "two ro"m< to citiomen wish vritbeot ebfldrea; also. on. or tw.room, to ^ ^ ^ #x larlis! or full Wrd_,, ..ion? art ot the L.t. Bath., gSJ. pwted, s. the K??moJ,T' ?? ic. Applj a?!KB?nJ?tr..et. " " , " A ?rod^"'-lt?hR,,Wu!; 1* privets fa.ally'. two SINOLE A OKn l!'? nlsy l>? accommodated with rood hoard and J\. WBtl.ireB n J , w where th. uomforW o. Apply at 173 Ea.t Broadway, ,.,|V HAS A L t ROE unfurnished room 1 1 t.hi> will lot to on* or two tip-ie gentlemen, with wine., ?hewtlMet?o privilege of forn'.ho-l psrtial bo?j*. jj? <7 P* u now and pleasantly iJ ePawirup"io^,'X." Jr?i a *ot? V? 0. B.. Herald ofce. AaiNr.II OF.NTLF.MAS can BE PLEASANTLY 9Inui'? u u*hiTiiiAo:ncly farnlihdd room w i i,y * private I'mmUy. wilhoul ohildrwn m a ^ !fch all th? oomf rt8 of a home may b?tnJ?T stfUW.??* iij"" * gthoe ?'4 ?v^ ?ttk -hole, fruit tree.. Appiy t? U. Uitfc, Superior Coort, C ity Unl. T~i7?7KnANT SUITE OK ROOMS TO let. AT NO. a u H^rim!, lloboVrn. with a prirst. taotil/. 4 ^m>km!\Iob?M? refer ? nee -iTen and reMuir^l. ? a i a T>Y WISHES TO FIND A GENTLEMAN THAT A wooU iSn herfonVhnn.lr^ do.lar. for t^ n't^ i^wiii ?w .JAddre? M N '.'tstini w.re aa intorriow can bo bail. - - a ??HTMFNT? AND SINGLE ROOMS WITH BOARD. A Mmdam. MKYERS. harin^ r inoTed to No. . Leroy place, ai.d fitted up Vm^o'Vt'eVai r. 'tiw'attenUon Sf'fa'nUieH bins eloisnoji?iih ' ( u..tahli?hm?nt. Thn oooUw i? snd ?mdle ?eL ? ,' ,,"d ,h" |, ,?.o provided ?.th the Vr^cU, 0oh;i:;ilv.ef.0t Tahl, d'hote ???rc"oc? Familie. ?" pnratetablj. Hd jdrti. ^n,l,n ,VITn HANDSOME ROOM4. STITABI.E fO* Bl MEM*'ho?u.te.b,s?.itUe ?od" trn ini[rovemont?. viKtSANT ROOMS, PARLORS AND HE1) B t^?.com,.n,.i. .ti,g witj private table if required. Apply at M# Broadway. ? . ,*>/i (.riTFS OF ROOMi FOR FAMILIES, BOARDING.?SUITE. .. ^ (urili?hed or unfnrm^is i. ?trKrix^ sat ?' tuital-le for s physician App y ?tr?.t Brookljn. A SC1T OF ROOM-J RICHLY FURNISHED, ?noAUV -A 51111 or i bo tft ihdr?nJ " i." * w,-|s ftill cl psrtl .i l''?ard for the gentleiasii. B C , uiioa .S5are Post O?o. S be ohtaiii'ed at Mr" Bei.on'., Warti^t.u .treet, .eoond rtoorft^ovo Fourth strti't. ?DOARD-TO LET WITH?0 ARD A JTRONT X> ?hb tiis au'omino lation* r r ?:'e? yu'in< Un"" " Tit hou'eiinewly repair^ throughout. Au.ly at 1*7 Madi?on ??rt?t. WOARD IN "IE country d plac., N'W "oebell.. i;P';|;j?fo^,;0n0d b.,ard for the a',^liu,.'..... .r..de,n wr^on. OOARD IN WlfTH o may ???!.? f't.TL I s?(Tat Fr?-i"b fa ui'.y. re?ln! Addrw. B SJler.ld -U".. T0ARDI?0-^NTLEMEN ^AY E^ND^PLSJt. . utrera^ lin?. of car* and at ago.. t V? itTtra 111? ROOMS DELIGHTFULLY SIT BOAE.D] a^d /.u .urn^hed -nitaM. for astent'emtn ? ?ted sod . honre, wiiere th?rj are hat few wife, is a fir.t el a. J n^u ^ wittla Jr* minnw? b?ardcT?^k?D. on a .taie unr , ?'.o, twootthree walk of the M*th >Vlrjm^.odated with 'ull or partial b .ard, !MH ??* ?*?iLiTSwMT ??f Am... .tr?et , al.o, a room i>n th^teat?>**'. eVitsblo foVs phy^oiau . ofliee. ?DOABDINO.-TO LF.T. TO A ^b^AND f!EN L ^ J> man. a fartubed sck pa. or AJtor hSii bo Other will be attended to. -apt, fitf SOTJTII BROOKLYN?A FKVf SIN'GLE eau h. |,reakfa?t and tea ?nd minute waU of eitier the at S8 State .treet Brooklyn. _ _ "RoAr,D ?AwjtLs?utdNws^'rD??'" tionlsre. t??l and plea?ant P^r .., ? 4nJ Pll!t ,n f,rri8f tye? roii^to eaoll'cf tf e ftrri"wi.bin ..ne block; a few board taken only. Terrae rrrj ino.'erato. X?OARL IN ?ROOKLYN-A I.ARr.E BACK PARLOR miuntj? walk from > u Hon ferry. tjoakd AT I) ?i?' H or single (WBtlemen. can o VJ,. ,,.ie ?aeh 1 Forj iheVen.lMM.. Refereace. ea^an^ed h *ey C11 nrttinr with the oity. Room* l*r_-H and airy, r purtloular., inquire of It K P EEBLES. lil Grand street, w Vi-rk bctri-. n 12 ??clock. M >' 1 I ooloek, 1* M., or on Board.?a respectable wio<?vf lady, rt.^id in( I.t No. '1 B'ecoker ct ?'ct, id .Iron, of ohtiining .1 fiw l>entlimen boardt-r* fiirni<).ln2 them wi.h lod^inj, br.^k fa?t and ten, ?cd dii-nor on Sucdiya. Board-an fleoant front room with bed r 10 m sdj .Ininpr. on tl.e Kocond flo<?r of a prlf Af? hoase, ' Mill l?? l^t. famifh??d or t-? a trentli-nmu a. d ia<ly, or tj ! i>ne or two ein^le KMitioinen. with f>ill f?r partUl f ?ri, 4* he re ell the f.'omfr<rt? ?f %/fnte?*l home may he onjoytd Apply at 70 liantinoiid, corner of Bloooki r street. Board in soltu brooklyw ?two or three j gt otlemcn can la aoooinmodated with boari. or parti il board, in a i<riva?o Jamilv about two minutes walk from t!.a Hamiftm ferry, South llrooklyi , at :.r? Dejraw Ltre t, the near^et beu^e to the river. Board.?furnished or iinfurnhukd par lor., with bedroom* aud p.ntrie. uttaohed on ..o ind floor, with hoard, an de.ired, in it private family, in a hou?e with all tbe aodern inipr .Tfm.rt. . al. .. a rory pl fmant rooMi i. r a i fi:tl^ionn, gn?. bath, Ac; and convenient to eeveral ??a?t. nnd railroad -out--.. Iteier-ace* rer|uir.id and Riren Aodrc or osll at No l j.i Went Twenty iocoud Mreet. Netwecn Siath and Seyentli avonuo.. Board?two suits o? apartment^. cONlfST inc r.l two larger.iom?, conmcUd by lar^'o wnrdr be ., in the K'ccr.d und third "t .rie- f a iir?t c!a? home supplied with h< t android w?t r ira. Ii<!i', %o., t> let. with h ?rd. in ? priTkt" tumily, or iiiu.l. i ent to the r ?oni. Rei.ron^ore oulrrd Addre.n, with real name and uddre.J. Paiuo L'aioa e^i.are I'o.t Off. e. Board wantld jor a ladt and okntlf.m ?n. In a prtT.Ui family wh.re there are few If a .y r ?r., on the ts.t iide f tLe towu VVit h a wl.low lady pref 'rr.d. Board puid in adranto. AMro*. K II , Herald 'Jit Boarding iwo single grntlemrn can br a "torn mounted with partial hoard, in a prirati iiimily Rcfermp** el?k?nn?<1 Location, St. CI.ta.nt'. place. Ad dre?? A. L. C., l oi !!,<&'' i'o.t Odic*. Board on brooklvn heights, near fjlton ferry.- A prlvnte family will take a few ^eutlem a ? n.T Apply at No il Willow 4n.,t Board in south brookt vw.-two or thr^ K?ntlcuen ean l.e a<io?riiui with p!e i? . .l f . in, hreakra.t and te.i sad ilr-??T oh Hatvlar" within a f.? ?ninntje Talkt[l# sonth or Uar.ilton fcrri. W Oe*1 ^.ylaoar, Herald nllci. Board in the country-a spacioits 'i hhk eittiatixl on the llnd.oa rl??r, ocoitphd by % .nil f. mily can arcoinmod.tc a 'ew bosrd.r. dari .g the iutn^-i-r ?ninth. LocaM. n un.urpu? <od by an ? on the river. !'*> hour, duitance from the city I y ra,.ro.4 or attnmhoal. Ad drw?. H.?rd in tbe country I t.ion $r\.tare Poet Oflce, with nam* and ad drone P. 8.?Stabling for boflM, Ac. Board and furnished apartments, 0:1 ap.rtmn.t. only, wafcte I hy a ,-? ntlemin, ni. wi'J, ml twe yout g children, in a.|<ii;t private t unity ; up tui Cfcrred Itiener on ^audar< ? i.Ty re j'llr" I for t ,u former. ma moat u mod. rato. Addri.n A. V lleraid oSlu4. ?HOARD WANTEft IN A QU'RT fLA'K FOR A I) Mut'em.o and wlf., dlaner I .r l*i? f.it.i n i . ,1 .o-i faoaa/*- Tenv* not to eaoeed $i'l per week. Ad .rix box R.3W Pott fiOAUV.? A LADT CAN BE AC OMaODlTKH WITH ft i-?ar4 and apleaeaat fnrai.ked r.eia Apply at No. 3< |i atari rtrwt TjnjrD r*0 "*R FA MIL IRS OR 4INOI.R ORNTLI |f - A bw lar*? d?wkl? ?f rlagle r<?. .. . t. a j I,. i,?| W1IS fall or partial bward a ?ST r? It >t e >11 a*, ehawvr Satb la ?b kotw ?-t lr. ??? of I.,?r1.r. Tr?.??..t p.rt>.? M??ili?.i? . ?. ?.?,.? . Urul Li o.tk* ??? ?f Die m? mi la. ? it/ J A1 ? A k K RR. Me MJ Brvadway ??rt,?w.f L?-a.r.i .ir^t J10ABD - TWO f-PN T',-:.'.N AT 0"T\'V \ JT) r' r~* ^.?U? S*?r < I. I >? . a' ? '% nil ?, IJ SMii?i si f. fra in. I <*--* t-M ??? HOARDING WD I/ODQIHQ. BOARD-A GENTLEMAN AMD HIS WIFE CAN Si k kT"^*. ii ?'*h room., on the seeeod Boor, wuh hot and old water, id a private familv Ni other boarder*. Apply at ? H?bart it%j,t. 7" N* ?l&*r B0E?JEr* FiEir DKSI **&>?* Rooms, in a sr. 'i.u" ?/ ?he >>esl locations la the oity, ^N o W *???' Vd Wfll b* Ui Immediately f applied tor. at No. P Nfatl! stoeei. af.? jMW fro? fifth aiwii "D0AR1>? at no. 100 EAST SIX EEN'TII 3TKKET. ?u0*p<? dour esst of Living?t >u plaue aud S> iyvo-,anl l'?ra, m a private family; r mmi for a <entleutan aad W.Iy. or two or three siagl* ^eotlemsu. The house is aew, ami tiewly furiashed throughout. BOARD ?TWO OR TUREK SINGLE GKNTLEMEN can be a"c'.mmndsted w!tN hoard in a suisll private family. Apply at No. ?:* Downin* street. BOARDING ?A GEN'TI F.MAN AND ITIS WIPE CAN be acoooitnedated with a fu-ni<h?d or untarnished (room and bedroom alio a room for a s<n?!e (untlamgii, in a first cias* hoii." . with the nool.ru improvement* Apply at :-?> Wert Twenty eecou.l street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues Board in Brooklyn ?a lakok parlor with bedroom attached, furnished or unfurnished, in a be* 1 [ tiful location. 1.1 fv, a rin^ie room for a gentleman. Re I ffenn .iclninjoJ Apply at No V Fulton avenue. I^O IHDIMI -c; XN" I.F'.I tev AM) THEIR WIV'M , ""j .'??ntlein-n can bo aeoommodatei wit's lisr. and pleasantly .orated rooms, either tramiont o- p. r r , - -."T7 Tii'tlDK ???? eity, who prefer a priv.io rem. ?tjo? 1 an bud a pleasant home by applying at No I fiv\r^LuU.e.^B1^lkg: St"et SU?'M P-*'- or.V VP&2!X?r?A*u>W> W1T" mioonmra irA ?J.? I? ' let. turuulied or unturunbed. eith hotrd and a few sbigle rooms, al the r-w Collins Hotel corner anal and W est streets, fronting the North river. "DOARD -TWO OK TURKS GENTLEMEN CAN UK /prirXfamiU'a? 5tth .nd.U"J ??'? room*, in ^ SUth Me?M.' Sixteenth near the corner BOARD--DINNER AT SIX.?ROOMS. ANU SUITES OF rooms, in a Bret claas bonne haviig all the modern im F'TW1?U?H' , ? el<--'*ntly furnished or unfurnished. <??" . . '??,?" tod required Pleas* oall at No. 2) L 11 ate a plu.e. Eighth street, west of and near Broadway. L?V7 RESIDING l.V the upper part of tho city, having u ftrit claas house, with all the modern improvements, will let a room or suita of rooms to aiieatleman and i:?dv, board for tho lady only. Hoard in ? . 7a1.ee. I lease adilres* L. M., Herald otnoe, stating where an interv 10* can be had. BOaKD DOWN TOWN.?A FEW SINGI.B GENTLE ?n can bo accomno-lated with ?ood I'liin burl at "Hi or^nwi. i ,tr ct, between R.rolay and R Iduwn "rice Irom $. I $.1 per \veek. R tervnoe^ required. riouNTRv hoard wanted?near the crrr i?y VJ BmJi tli man and bi? lady, for abont ?ii mo ithi farm l'oweit^Urnu ' Uenry D? Herald oilioe, statin* E LEOaNT furnished ROOMS?A PRITATE F\MT , 'J l8* * ?'lit?or '""."I" to one or two /entlwnea ; also, a Mnule room. The hon?e is new and ha? all tlie modern improM ments, and in one of the hot locations In the oitv 'oBAcment to the cars and two li:,es of .taatos. Apply' at 1.3 tourtecith street, first bouse west 01 Sixth avenue. Furnished rooms with fui.l or partial board, at .No. 111< IV est Twenty second street Tho rooms are !ar;e and airy, and fnruish-d with all |M modern improvement* Situation nnezceptionable. beln< withia a rluu.?.?" lb? E'-''tb *'elua "ilro?d omnibus FUPNISIIKD ROOMS IN RLEECKER STREET NE VR Mroa.iwry, to let. Address J. A., Herald oi?oe.' 'C'URNTSIIF.D ROOMS IN WARREN 9TRE4T, FOR llcmen, with or vrifout breakfast and tea Two ecP*f?V or '"Kctber. with hathnom APPly i"- Wiirren'strect! furn"h?J I'?lor ob flr,? floor. riURSISIIFD ROOMS TO LET?WITHOUT BOARD L in Ilr< au*ay, nearly opposite the St Nlohilas Hotel' Broadvray?iaC,11Catln?' P"trUi' ?"? Au APP'r W3 "OOM-O-T.- .UNION PLa,E. un i1. uiSIvlr Vi ?1 m.,<lvrTi Jn?Prorementi, baUtn and is delightfully bituutod, ovorlooltini^ tho park. Furnished rooms ?two or three furvistft) ' roomsi to Ifet to le gontlemeii. wkbout hoard. Tho I ???Un^iuP y itua fronting the Ilattery. C.nntle 1 do'LR businc's down town Will find the location eon of'Whluh^iufii:"*- Arp"?tN#- 1 State street, corner pi'RMMIED ROOMS TO I.ET, WITHOUT BOARD X Inquire at J) Bayard 8tree*. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LfcT ? TO GENTLEMEN only. Iuqniro at *66 Hudson street, near Broome CIURNISUED ROOMS TO LET AT 22 UVJON PLaCE - x At jUt" '1 the modem imnroveinrnts, <ai baths Ac., aud is delvhtfnlly eUuated, overlooking the park. Gentlemen, either permanent.or transient can be accommodated with room., handsomely fur' fn /n .'il*. ?'1 """ U90' CB"trll|3' located, and oontaln ;".'''^Xr,"r^r?VtaePt'' Api"y*l No- 4 j TTOBOKEN -TWO OR THREE OEVTI.EMEN CAN RR with ? bedroom, breakfast' and tea.'with dinner on Sunday,in the houseof a nrivato fa-nii* in the most agrieable part of Uoboken, and within threl HotokVn.W oflhof*"y- APWy at Ne. 2 Union place HOBOK8N.?FURNISirKD ROOMS. FOR SINOI K ' Untl'uieB vitn brer.kfast a"d tea aad pleaiant ao I netr Flret ? "A?K'Gained at Ao. 2 Meido^ .troet, J T ODOINGS?AT 70 AND 72 FRaNKLI-N STREET Ji several !-uit( ol math fnrnished rooms to let sena rftti-.j ?M? h r^ftjr of .eatlomcn of hlfh ri>apHot.ihllitf Inqoirc at 70 i racklln street, flrst house west of Broadway. PRIVATE BOAItD.-SKVKRAL VERT PLEASANT roone, eitbsr furnisl.ed or nnftiruished, roar he had ia a sma:l pnvate atnily, residing In Sixteenth street, a abort diftancc (ast ot I nion square. Tho houM i? pleasantly situ otcd. l aibatb, gas. Ac. and the rooms can be bad separately or together, on wy reasonaM- terms. References ex changed. Address IV I'.. l>ox ;-'2 Post offioe. Rooms to i et with steam power -ITb?"!iTTt. Trry desira'le reoms, in sise fr-m 25 * 2J. to ti * Ml overtbe New York and New Haven freight depot, well light' ed rind airy, fnrnisb-d with Croton water, gas fixture, aid r^l^T' . A|r'lr V: E A > THO MY, eorner of Franklin ar 'i Kim rtre? t, room N <>. t], 11 ji itairi. T)OOMS TO LET.?TWO OK FOUR SINGLE GENTLE Jl m?u oau h. acccmmodated with a p!?a*ant room or suit of rooms, furni.-hed or nnfnrnlshed, with or without pirtiai Uard in a private family; locatioa, Fifteenth ?tr??t he t*een Eighth ?i.dI Ninth avenues. Or the abore rooms will > jot to a pmall .omily without children, -\pp1y at No 2">> Fifteenth street, crtil Wa 1 street. froBt basemeat. otHce. ROOMS ON BROADWAY TO?LET, TO SINGLE GEN t'emcn, directly o-p-?it,, to the Metropolitan Hotel ?y^tair? ?r UD n' <i' ** N'?- 571 Broad Cl'MMFP. RESIDENCE. AT BEROKN POINT OPi?f? 0 ?lte Ststea Island?A party of fo?r or Br? gen?l < es? c?n he accommodat. rt with apartments Ao at the above f) VmlV'.i?" . ww'i u,lv ,,t0*,el "n 'he banks of the Kil's. J.atl.in* establi.kn.oat eood fishing Ao Ea?v nceeesto New York at nnv hour by -teamhoat and star s ??' *??. Ac., apply, by letter, to W. F., Post Odloe, New TWO OR THREE SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAV HAVE fu/nia..td or nnfnriiisr ed r omi, with hrea'tfait and t-a 11: rr-jtiind. pleasantly sl'uated In a -mall fa.nily whore th reare?o:,ohr(Jrrs Apply at li l Norfelk stre't T?e VTT a70 ?*NTLIiriN-TWO HAIfDSOMCLY J furnished rooms, ire sutalde f r a ohjsioUa; with or r I\nt tlU * in lhc row of now huUH.-H dooi'-t BlJo ci . nuouit ft.eet. Liooklv Ir.piire in tho third bouse of ire row irom com or of Colnmbia etreot. 'Pf) LET?A FEW SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN RE 1 ac. err modeled with . '"j ,nt furnished neat, to the east fide of the rity e, r.veni. lit to st?/-s and ears In.iuiro at No M Orau 1 street, second block fr->*ii Broalway. T? i et -a large parlor, with bedroom "ad i. joining, on se-??d floor . f .No Prine. street, o ,r,ier ? i je,VV'' * -wall family without ohIUren. Also, a spier did t a semen t for hfininess purpose*, ,V,'7 Itr.^dway cor per . . Prloct street; or, of the Ust stands in the city for a 1 LoUli'inVho cit/re' ift tlift i*?ii<bborhood of the boat | rp" i r-_TW0 i Aftcp : OOMS ETNFURNI9MD,CO*. I 1 mrr.i. atiny with sll'in:; doors sult^i le f?r a ir.nii.m.? and J.U wife or t? single )ror tlemen; would alio be suitable for a ).. > nian; the rooms ire m perie?t ordor. Arpiyat fifth "trceu ?vef'r?. between Twenty-fourth aad Twenty rinco YOUNG ENGLISH GENTLEMEN WILL OIVF J illeral t "?m' f r two rooms, fnrnished or unfurnished with partial board, in & private house in the vicinity of Sontn Brooklyn, where t,.re are p.-.sHlvely m other boarders Distance not to ex. ?ed oae utile Irom a ferry Addret R (j., box 3 ZiS I sst Olflce. T?(iE(T-A, VERY HANBSOME SUITE OF ROOMS, ON X the l.rst floor eot,sisting of an clegaut apaci.us parlor. J?ii]cofiy. Ac , lar^e bedroom, with pantry, and oo'ivoniubt kitchen, cnitabie for two .if throe gentlemen, or a small fa Yijhy P.ath ^a.- and all tl.i> modern im pr >v.trn?nta Ko-it P ??"> yf ???? or Will be let up to 1st of Oct l-y the month. Location hetw^a Tenth an I Merenth etr< etff, f ourtb avenue one block from Broadway. No. 86. TWP.VSPH CEML8JIEX CiN UK ACCOMMO , ? i- ^ i ?V An acnall private ;amilr. Apply at No. i-princ atreeU ?? * To TET-ORNTFEL AT.\RTMENTM. in noifHR Wo 171 We?t Thirty thir l Str et near Eighth avenue; alio x: t. .1- and *K seventh street, n^r av?*nne 0 Nioo varda Trot, r water. Ac Kent low Al.,o er.rtara houU Z fe "t I 1 p'r Worris?al?, ten n lies Irom New Vork. RmtS'sl Apply to Mr HAI.LOCK :'A6 Eighth nvenne, u )xt to t wan t} eighth street, between W and 12 o'clock. TWO GENTLEMAN CAN BE ACCOMMODATEI> WITH a r ice furnished roon, oi'hor bedroom or a pari .r with er without partial !? ard, :it t io pri ate house No. VI Wash in/ton street Brooklyn, enly a few minutes walk from Ful tjB f?rry. rro i.tT-ioR one or two sinole oentlrmrv at No'l.^AHea stres'"?' room "4 t?? >*" ??> ln ,uirs TI' ANTI.D--BY FoCR SINOLE GRNTLEMKN, KOOMi. JT with breakfast and tea. and dinner on Su idavs ia I Strictly private family, wbero no other boar I rs are ad r.^tx,r^7"o;t'omee*^''J- AdJ' "? wU"'u11 Mrti. IX7"ANTED.?TWO sin'OI F, GENTLRMRN (ORR'4\XSt ?v want board in a resp. otable an I striutlv orivat -f> mil, in Brooklyn A p .rl. r and b dr. . n^t or see .n l floor, breakfast and t n and dinner on Sandav is r-ni-el Lo'Stioii must be pleaeai t and ronvenlent to r t Mir Fiiltoa or sevtb ferries 1 erma not to a\ e0d . I ;ht dollars >, r week for both. Addree#, with parti ulsrs N, S . Her1'>,T?oj. jn.-m hjMT* t'noi I?H SOCIETY PAINTED liY TIIACKKR tT Is 1hl> lectors, by J V. Huntington, Ls<| will be. |. l.vered at ti.e Brookl/n Athe. a urn, o irner o 1,'linlo r id ^ tiai tie itn ets, on Monday evening. May l\ fic^e.,, y> o-1 ts Leeture oommetces at r < clock. f OK DON AND PARIS A RTIS'lH' MATERIALS I s Canvass, WaterColore, Pasti s. Brush.?, Drawing Paper*, I'areh'nei.t '?.1 I o < re, Pencils, Pastil Pap?rt, Palette*, Tracing Paper, Iveri >?, ^ Easels. ^ Stamps, Otlding MstarlaU, A f v. Qt a.-5 tiiftiuiat > E. A.tmu tu?>i y ?i.<alt ??_? '*? ?al? wholea^Je akJ retJl. by W ?CU\t!f g 3 *iva?aa/, ap aUtn. 0 T) ROADWAY PROPERTY-ONE LARGE SHOW room -13 to M, ob aecoad floor ilto i fow of the s**t ofll <m and rooaaa, niubli for tailor*. milliners, artists architects, Ac., la tbe largo on J eligibly looa*-e4 baildiag W llroad way. west side. below Broome street, rooootlr ?Msriini and painted throughout. stair* unusually wide aad aoooasi bio. Apply on tho premisaa. or to Dr. POWELL. Oculist. W] Brja.lway COMMOMOUS LOFTS TO LET. INQUIRE AT NO 31 Pine street. up stair*. CIOPNTBY FARM HOUSE TO LET FOR TUB SUM J in. j- (heap, suitable for two amall families, in view of the bay and Fort Schuyler, with large garden, graps *(n *?* chad* treea carriage house, Ac.; good fishing aud hatha; tlusc by. The root would be taken out in f'irnituro f<r tt.e Iiuh. A gentleman and wife or aiagle persons, can ho a> rommodated with board at the ?ubscriher's resldenoi, on Prospect Hill farm. 11. H. CUTTER, Little Nock, L I. (lOUNTRY RESIDENCE TO LKT, FURNISHED OR TO J bo aold. with fr <m 10 to 'K acres of land; beautifully i't>i sted ,n tho bank ot t'-e river lOwwIalt. Q>|4 IllMnr boating. flahieg. shooting, aad almost ererr other r .ril an nnraint. Fine shaded'awn and garden with abundance of fruit, and excellent ? ater Steamboats Guidon Oat*, and F-lwlu I.ewis, from the foot of Rohtnion *tr< i t and Peck slip, run dally. For further particulars Inquire of lir. Mar cy 115 Tenth itreet. Mr. Pliyfe, tiS7 Broadway, or to Mr. Bean, 39 Water street HEN RV MOW HE. Dwelling house to let or lfase.?tub new three story brink house No. 121 West Eleventh str-ot litwMB Fith and Sixth avenues thro# rooms dsen to tho mof, having aS'. tl.e modern improvement* to the fullest ex t'nt and will bo let for private re?iuen.e only. Apply to JAMES N GIFFOKl), No. 12 Old slip, or No. 77 Wot Twentieth street. Houses to rfnt in Brooklyn. from jw to $.ftP0, in good locations Inquire of l> C. NORTHROP, No. 3 Nwsau street, New York, fourth story. Hotel and boarding house to lease, up town, with or without the furniture or will soil tio furniture very low. Tl'.a house in now doing a good buti tiers end the rent very low ''hose wishing for a good location tor businer* will do well to call loon. Inquire at No 111 East Tweuty fourth street. Satisfactory reasons for selling. House to let?no. .w bond street. suitpble for a hoarding house or business purpose!. Inquire in tl.e bookstore next door, FFICE ROOM TO LET-IN BASEMF.VT 61 CHAM bcrsetieet. Apply to J. W. WESTON, a* above. PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE TO LET.?THE LARGE FRONT has'.mcnt No. 5 Groat Jonos street, near Broadway, will calculated lor an offloe, will be let permanently to a pVyrician on. moderate terms. Also handsome furninlied apartments for single ..ontlenion it! tbe same hou*?, replete with everv mcdern improvement Anply at ffo ft Great Jones street. STORE ON WE.-T STREKT TO LET?A NEW FOUR story brick store, on a corner, opposite several of the North river trading sti-airera and barges, in a growing hmi nes. neighborhood. Apply to R. S.VCOT, Real Esta(e A tent, No. 42 Harrison street. STORES TO LET.?TnE NEW POUR STORY STORE on the corner of Rroadway and Twenty.first street suit able for a dry goods or furniture store, .to.; the aaloou can be lit separately if required; also, the new fonr story st >re adji ining, on Broadw^jr; a^so, the inllisi ho'uu No. 2 Laurens street?cnu be altered into a (tore If wanted. Ap ply to J. CHAM. M Union square. OTORE TO LET. ON THE NINTH AVENUE, IN A O good location, suitable for any gontoel bnsino's; rent low Apply to MADDEN A KING, 163 Ninth avenue. TO LET?THR UPPER PART OF A FIRST CLaS? houeein Broadway, oonslsting of an office anil hack room. on the brat Hour admirably adapted fur a pbtsloiao two large rooms, sixty feet by thirty, with sliding doors, and six eomfortahle bedrooms. For further particular*. apply on tl.e premises, No. 501 llroad way. TO LET?TnE SECOND STORY OF HOUSE NO. 2?*) Houston street. Board nia* he had in tho house if de sired Also, a parlor t? let. neatly furnUhod, with board, for a gentleman ana wife. Reference* exchanged, TO LET-A BRICK BUILDING. 25 BY 75 FEET, FOUR stories bigh. will csl"tila'ed for a manufacturing hnsi nens. on aceoont of height between floors being twelve feat t. itli advantage of heigbt.having windows all ronnri the build- i ing. I't.ssassion cau bo had immediately Apply at No ?? Ve*ey street. PETER LYNCH. | TO LET-TWO OF TnE ROW OF H AND30MR TnREE ttrry houses, with verandas in 'ront, on north side Eighty bixth atreet, directly west of Fourth arenno, an 1 very near t!>e railroad and stages; the street is oua hundred feet wide, on high ground, and location desirable. Apply to J. O Kin, Third avenue, near Eighty sixth street or to R. L. SL'YDaM, 15M Waverly place. TO LET?THE LOWER PART OF HOUSE NO Ti-btli street coasisting of two parlors, front basement, and two rooms on third floor, to a (mall family Boat low. Inquiie on tin premise*. TO LET OR FOR SALE AT TARRYTOWN-A TWO ?tory house, with two basement rooms and attio; the liouse is new and well firislied and oninmnnds a beautiful view of the Hudson, and is within live minutes walk of the depot and steamboat. Rent fcSUU p-r annum. Anplv U JOHN ENAPP, near the premise*, or to PETER P. V00RIII3 44 Hammond street and 22 Fourth streot. TO LET-AT RAVENSWOOD. L I.. TWO NEW AND boantiful Gothic houses plearantly looated, in fulpvlew of the East river; eadi honse contains ten rooms, beside* kltcr*r and oetlars. Pos*e*sion given immediately. Accos* to New York by steamboat Ravenswood. to 1'tok slip four tine* a day; or by stage* to the Williamsburg and Brooklyn ferries every half hour. For further particulars apply to GILBERT HOPKINS, at Ravetiswuod or at 3^ Peck slip (np stair*,) from 11 A. M. to 1 P. M. TO LET?A PLEASANT COUNTRY DOUSE AT A*t> ria. fronting t'ie river, on Suu*aick t jrr\o?, a half minute walk from tho steamboat landing, ileal <!>). Ap ply to t MILLS, Poetmaster. TOi LET?THE UPPER PART AND BASEMENT OF house No. 40 Maedougal street Possession im nediately. For particulars inquiraon the premises TO LET OR LEASE-FIVE VACANT LOTS ON FRONT street, near Corlears street, suitable <er a ooalyard. Inquire of WM. BAKKjtR, 303 Front atieet, or ia the evening at 373 SixtL street. TO HOTEL KEEPERS?T<? LET, ONE OF TIIB MOST beautiful watering plates on the Suund. ahuut twuuty three miles from New York, combining every alvantage of health, prospect, bathing, fishing. Ac. Tbo Imil lings em brace about thirty room*, and are principally furnished. To ?n experienced hotel keeper with auflieient capital tbe p!*ie?fl rd? a ihanco sold.m off-red Apply to HENRY M. WESTIRN,29i Broadway, New York, or at Dosorio, near Glen Cots. TO RENT, OR I EASE ?TWiNTY SEVEN LOTS OF ground, situated between Ninetieth aad Ninety fir.t streets, and extending from avenue A to the rirer, having the best water front in that neighborhood, and well calcu lated for a ship, lumber briuk or ooal yard. Also, eight l>t* on Eighty sixth stri.i t, corner of First avenue. Apply to J LLNDERDALE 02 William street. TO LET?TUB UPPER PARTS OF THREE OR POUR desirable houses, in good location* soitub * for small hi.d genteel families. 'Ihsy am in go..d order and ront mode rn te Apply immediately to JAUE3 1'KiCK 2W llud.un street, near Canal. TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, WITHO'JT CHIL dren or servant, half of a oottaju in Brooklyn, wit- la fifteen minntrs wnlk or Wall street terry, and In a geot?el neighborhood Rent $!<?) a year. Reference required. Ad driee It. C.. Herald office. TO physicians?A FINE FRONT BASEMENT TO let, with board, to a iloctor, also, td parlo'*. wail furnUhcd, t>lib boird. for t?o goutlemoii and t'.elr wires; also, a pleasant room, on the stootd floor, also, r >i>ins ou the third floors of houses Nci. II aud 1J Twelfth street, three doors west of Soventh avenue. TO LF.T?PART 'IF A HOUSE. NEAR BROADWAY ai>d Grace Chi.rob, to a small family of two er thr-e P'rsons only. R?nt 0 per year paid quarterly, in at vuncc For further pa.tioulars, address S. M S., liroalway Post Oflioe, iuimediatoly. T'OLETOR FOR SALE?IN CLINTON STREET, SOUTH Brooklyn, trie very desirable new tbree story marble Lasemi-nt bouse in <"iinton**treet fifth bouse from Nelson. South Brooklyn, with ga- fixtures and ot ier o->nv?n<eiie >?, Will be rented low to a good tenant, nr s. Id on very oasy term*. Ft r fell particulars, apply at W. II. T?itKY. No 4Cedari troet N. Y , or liti Warron nlreet, Brooklyn TO LET-IN TnF- ROPE HILL STEaM WOUKI, ONE basement, 27 by 44 feci , also the Mooud an 1 third ?torlt *. each 55 by 100. TI.ey wi l bo rente I to^etbur or separate, or in ro?m* of any sit" t - suit tli-< tenants A pp'y on ti e premises lln and IM East Tw*tt> eighth street, near Third nveuue. Tf) i.ET-store IMmiiTOIf STRBBT, and one or two offlen* up stairs. Apply ou the pre.tiisos, or at lt>2 Fulton street. q'O LET?THE UPPER PART OK THR HOUS'-i NO 1 US Wslkcr street, consisting of tw i pari r* with two | r.i tries, three nttin. ami other r lumi. Ke it J ;?*) Carp t* ai d what furniture is wished will be *oid cheap. Inqiiim at No I Murray street, upstairs. TWO FINE BROWN STONE FRONT HOUSES TO LKT, correr of For'ieth at'eet and Lexington avonue, with all the uiodtrn improveiri nts. Rent >4.?> a id npur >r Is. Ap ply to JAMES BUHK, Jr., 44 Mai itii lane. TO LET?A BRICK BUILI'ING, NO. 411 FIRST AVE nue, 2ft hy 75 feet, fonr stork* high, well eal -uiatsd for a manufacturing I t sin- ** on account ol' height lietwfl.>n floors leit.g twelve f-et, with advarta/ea of li ;ht. having ?indow f all round tbe building. Possession can be !?a I im tin olately Appl) at No. 41 Vesey fltre< t PETilt LYNCH. WJHTWUt ??* ? Extra pay -sucii u. s. navy officers ac., as Served in the PauiAo, if'eliforni* and Mease >.? during tii? late war, nan, mpoa principle* of honor I imiuaiilati'ly roc. Ive cash fer the ixtra psy now er hereafter ooiuing to th*m, oa application to EDWARD BI.iSEIL. Auent, and (l*te> Purser U. S. Navy, 20 South William at. Extra pay.?noticb.-thos? officers, sea men or aiariurief the United States navy or tho reven no n-rvi -e who sevr.d In the Pacific oonau. on the coast ofi.'al ifnrnia and Maxico sine* May isdsi. ami in the l*t? Arotlo expedition, as we I as tie legal repretentative* of dt>oe*?od p< rsr.us w bo p<-rt'< rn<ed annb sorviee, oaa obtain tlia extra pav srai ted them ly Congran. by making early apniioation to KUS3ELL, Agent, IS Wail *trwit, room No. 7, tnird iloor. Sailors who served in the unitk? stitbb Navy star) tinieftom lK4ti to ISA2 in the Pacific oce.ta, taa obtain their extra double pay of EDWARD UIHSKI.L Atent, and (lata; Puraer U. 9 Navy No 20 South William *t. Sailors who served in the nwy at any time froaj IMii to |HA2. in tha Pacific, are entisled to extra pay, and can obtain the same at .V; W til streoi bvse ' P.I K KITS. A aeat \?PS AI.WIN RRVOWNBD IN BVItOPB FOR BID 1>J ?Mil In lori t'lilag tbafntura has arrivod. and will for i let intelll.aoce at-out all circumstances of lira. .She toter prrts drean.s. Isw matti re and love, by aatrolory, hooks an4 scle- ie ai d tell* la ladies and gentlemen tho name of t>,s ii tl ey ?. II m*rry, alao the name of hi r visitors Mrs Aivin?|esks Mi- English, Frenoh and Oernian languages Hi litln ee 2'< RIvirgtoB atn-et, up st-ilrs near tiia liowery i n?e hours from 10 A . M. UUP M Laiiios fsi nents; gentle e| I' M K.J. FKEIVSIRK, FROM IMML4 DKI.PniA, TKN HKIU r < r wc *vi< (? to tf.?- l?di?iP nr.d , * .tlum n ot tf.i i oiit, in ???l> ff, Hud law m'iIter* lut'irprvtin ' dr?n>iiM ?? ? ? ? ?iid M iriii cr.nilftiillr rpli- ?l on Uv N^polo ni, hn<\ .1 t? il tf. r."f tf.o l?flir or ?u 4h?v ?f ill rn%rry tl.t < mi l ?? <>f the vlfrt^r". KciH?)nj* ft.) Joopp oornt r ot fio?#irr AO oitnt*. uwutw.r^ t, IMKW Pl/l:iMCATKW?. fi i.L I. OF T'<I, CORPORAT'OV ftp Til F. I eitye'New Tor* '?r the year IHAt, he |(. r Vasaauos. a ifc* tale at U< Clt> L<t|..r> a 11 Lit* Ua4L _ JTORSAXIB. S2 000 "^f9E SA,I?*' TH* B13TAITRANT AN>> Siw!rtMh Tl2F, f?'00**, 125 '? ?'niton and IM Birt^?.tT?!i -Tnt^ i?/*1?!!" complete in Soth de psrta^nts, aadwtlj >* told for $2.0OU u the proprietor de Uur'aSt 8 App" *' l? *?"?? *,,OT: ro. $1 500 ~n0R 8AI'K?<A OOOD CHANCE FOR A A I J- A* 9 ,rman ). * flr,t ,lkt? corner liiuor it ir ?. in V I i ' ? A . ?hipi.lnt uoar tho S t?t river. I art < ash, and good feonrlty f?r the balance would answer. 1 to avera.-e reaelnta are $12 per day; also, othor houses fur sale. Apply toll WKAY, 252 Broadway. C,C()() -for sale. a real estate and aobncy ?|H now paying a n?t pr >111 of ji.ixw par The amount of property on tho b..oks at ore sent is ?U\(M0, all *a?eaMo. Good reasons (riven for ??*! 1 ia< it is not a collecting bunincug, To suve trouble none need apply wl (i sre not prepared, a* It rnu t he eold immediately. Ad dress Real Estate, llerald office. $300 ?F0K SALE?A RESPECTABLE CASH PAY *' * , \ profit*. and well established. Ap. ly to C AION A SMITH corner of John uad Nissan ftreets, tinted Statea Agency. A RARE CHANCE FOR A BUSINESS M AN.?FOR ? . ' *.n ?'tabliabed wholesale olothint, trnnk, and esrpet bag business. Incited in out of tho heat locations down town in tl it ci'y. doing u good busiu. as The ro mm t. r felling la the owner hts other husine?s to attend to. Bent of (tore low. Address M. L., llarald offioe. Boilers for sal* to close a co.vcsrn.?one new Montgomery tubular 1 oiler, of about fi''t/-horse power, aril one just put in order of about one hua Ire I horse power. They are verv c onomlenl in fuel, a,.d aro well w,.r f"> the attention of this* wanting boiler-, a id -.'111 lie a dd low te close. They can ha aeon and vrlll be sold, at t ie I^riaware uartan a uolungriworth, Wilmington, COTTAGE AT FIMJKILL LANDING ?FOR SALE A mat cottage, containing seven M.imi. a?d about one ! "ere orgri nnd. wa'l cultivated and atookod with fruit and a hade tree, and shrubtarry. It ie locate I ,;nj mile ,'r .ni th'j ii Jl* i. r.ur R.alir"#d station and ateamb .at land'ug on tl? l ank of the river, mid forbeauty of scenery oann'.t bosur ' 4, J ? "r J* would he excb in "d for aairvill pleasantly locntagireMdence in South Brooklyn. Inuui-nof N. SWJFT, 19 Doy rtru^t New York r|ANAt BOATS FOR SaLE ?TlfR CANAL HOAT3 Brooklyn' Vni ?,/' ioa |Uh' M"* ?* t!'? Atlantic Dock, Jw na?i7;..uJ! * 1 cheap and upon reasonable torma. t r |.artiiulars, Ao , oall or addreiu .1UIIN MOUDV a>-l liroudway, torncr Fulton atrcot, New Yori ' TkftVO 8TOKC ><>U BALE?IK ONI OF THE MOST J f cr-ntra locntioni. over twenty yeara established, now , 1 a.V"od. ' one of the h?.<t loonti .na Cor a ptwii. ciai in the city, aa there ia a good practice established with a ateidy run of customer*. Address l>oll* Uroadway Post ouice, stating when and where an iutorv>cw c io bo had. DFSIRAflLK AND VALUAIJLB COUNTRY SE \T \T Stamford, Conn., for eale ?A 'ar?o) ^othlc mansion Containing about twenty rooms, with best of wtt'jc lutr i" daeed tl.rnv/ii..ut tha biiildinj?all nece.aarm out lnilldln '1 all IB good repair ami 20 aorca of exeelleut land in ^ hlih * J1 i*i4 cultivation; fruit of various kinds and of be.<t quality, and the place shaded by flno forest trees. TUU h a very deairabla property, being situated within one mile from the c. litre oft he village of Stamford. Conn . and about m ?rile* from tke N*w 1 ork and New Haven railroad denot iii a very healthy location. For terms and further particulars apply to Jamus Dixon, Rye; Thomas P. Dixon on the ore miees, or to HOMjek MORGAN, Ne. I Pino street, N. Y FOE SALE?A GROCERY AND LIQUOR STORE down town. In a good situation for businea. Persons calling imin-dlately at the grooery. W Beekman -truet will be treated with on liberal terms. If not aol-l on or bo To re Tuesday, iltli Inst., will be sold lijr public auction. FOR BALE?Till YACHT TRIFLE, SLOOP RIGGED, 4 V . '"7 ,nr on dock, thirteen feet buam, and rorty feet keel. (,sn be seen at liarryt^wn, three honrt rice JlnVu^.T i? i!18!. Hudson River Rjilroad. Apply to ?r HAltkLH, Iloboken Hotel, or to Messrs. TYLRK A S'lN, Harry town. Kefers to Robert Fish. HM Water atr.vt FOR SALE ?R TO LET-A SMALL FARM, BEAUTI fully rltUKted In the v cinity of Westchester villa-o with a good house eontainiug three large rooms, kitchen aid milk room on theHr?t floor; twelve sleepiu grooms; ice house, fil'SiI l4e^'.an,d ? I?'if? cellar: an extensive garden, with the different kinds of fruit, together with four to ten anna or ground 1 rico and rent in proportion to tho quantity of (round roqmred. The place is about fourteen inilos frem the c it j Hall; oan be renclicd hy carria-e in less tliau one and a half hours, *nd by Harlem> Railroad in leas time, fnqu.ro of JAMKS CON NKK ,t SON, 29 Bookman street. For saleton Murray mill, a yery desira hie l?t, situated on the westerly side of Luiinitun ?ve i uo. between Thirty seventh and Thirty eighth streetu. well cali ulatod for a yentoel residence, tho proporty holn< all re strivted in the vicinity. Inquire of LOUIS JOUY. No 83 hoadc street, corner of Church. tfOR SALE?A VALUABLE BLOCK OF TEN NEW J. four story brick houses with stores, on Teuth avenue, between Iorty-flrat and Forty second streeti, will be s?i,I reasonable. 1 wo thirds eau remain on bond and mort 'v/o for live years, ,the balance in cash and unimproved city P" perty. Applv to WALSH A KEMl'LE, on tho promises, any time through the day. j??iuisjs, For sale?the lease and fixtures of the grocery store No. SKI Third avenue, oomer of Twentv nrst street, the lease four years to run from first of May; alto, part or all the stock. Inquire on tho premises, of LATSON liROI'IIER. For. sale.?a great bargain-two lots on 112th atreet, running back t > a lano, 21 feot each by I Id leet deep ami near Tenth arenue, rery handsome, with tr?e?. and a *oo?l w<?ll of water on the place wi h othnr lxtf McMlCE.EN?iy Breadway?<rooin'H.*PI>'^ to?S3?N * For sale?the lease of a store, haying fivo years to run, at a low rent, in Fulton a'eeet, ono aoor from Broadway, or it will bo let fur any desirable Sn?i pesa. Apply at the tailor's atore. No. Iti2 Fiil'.ou atreet. Fob sale cheap.?a farm of 113 aches, situa . ' . .','2 ?ho nyaT? within two mil ia of Ulenna / alls, lot 98. township 3C, Min?rva. Essex ooauty, two milea of the town. Desirablo for a public honse, being mil oh Ira querted by lumber merchant*, flsher nen, .to. Loeatl n Icnntiful, soil excellent, and timber snujar mnpie A I<Jr?^s personally, or ly letter, DANIaL O'SULLIVAN, Staple ton, Staten Island, at the landing. For sale cnEAP-five iiuvdrf.d feet of w inch steam piping for aale; nearly now, bolts and nuts all in good order? Address C. ROBERT, itahway, N. J. ' FR SALE -PHILATIELPHIA ICE CREAM. OF THE ?? ? "lf^CV i>'V.<rC dl'J' b' r? 'ro?-!- Also, a Ur<e office K ttmer dog. Address Farmer, Herald For sale-a house and lot on ekjhth ave nne, No. 4W., near thecornorif Thirty-flfth street, oiou p ??1 hs a lienor ?tore Will I e sold on aeeomrno latia / term^. Inquire of JAMES LINDEN, 17* Thirty Ufth siroet Farms and country seats for sale ata bar b a in ?Three on the Hudson river of fifty, aixty-el'ht and one hundred aercs. ntar deiot of the Hndaon River Rail! r?.ad, with good buildings and out houses; flno view of the aurrnat'dinv enuntr*, and beautiful locations for gentle men s eonntry residences. One of twenty two acres on Nis saqnag river. Long Island with two good dwelling houses ai d out houses. Price. $2 4?0. Also, three hundred farina nnd eonntry seats, in every section of the country, for sale or exchange, by A. SERGEANT, 14 Wall itreat For sale.-at a reasonable price, a very lucrative cash business. In one of the most desirable I' e? ? ViS" ,n thi" 'i*3r ? A P,irt7 with a cash capital of Ji.'iOO a" & r 4 <-an' a "tUe exertion, make OlW per asnnm " \i' rJ *i*" *. .ti1"0 for 69Uiu?- Address, with rial name W. I'., Herald oflico. FOR S sLE-TIIE STOCK and fixtures of t^b foreirn and dom.stio fruit store No 124 Grand at rest, corner Broadway. A small cash capital required Tiie plsoe is good in every particular. To prove the assertion apply on the premises for one week. "L'OIt SALE?SUITABLE TO CAPTAINS, STEWVRDS A bakeries and hotel keepers.? IS.OtW to ??) Wi> pounds ef Srinio assorted marmelades, for sale vsry low, suitable for tl Ie use, pastry, or si ipping to any country. Alsi 4UM ponnds preserved French boiled beef, warranted g lid' in two three and live pound cans; also, .a lar<e a<s-rtaiun't of otLer preservas, milk prcsrved as if ft was natural L. BOKNaRH A BROTHER, 72 Croenwioii stroot. FOR SALE OR TO LET IN HARLEM-ONE OF THOSE hvc two story and baaemcnt frame h.,u?ea, on theao-ith side of !2otb street letwom Seoond and Thirl tvimnoa Those houses are nuarly new, in good repair with Croton water. Ae. Lota .1(1 ly Hill feet. W itliin one minutes' wilk of the depot' Apply to J N. WATSON. Fourth avenue, 2P*M 0 ? atreets, before 10 A. M.. or after For sale-tiif. stock and nrrvua and lense of a hardware store, now doing a gaed businesa in a nii.hli ring oity l'he nwne-'a rensou for letting, beinr prevfonhlj < nuagrd in otlier huhinons. Tf> an vutornrisin/ n;ai? ^iti, capital thif in a first rate opportunity, tJie prem vt* txtap situated in a tirnt rate basiuess tiior^dxlifare Ad dress J. II. lierald office. FOR SALE-I.KASK, STOCK AJfD fIXTIFRBS OF cr.o of the ?est coru? r grnvry and lirjiov st ?res in this < ity for a <*iru)nn. Exoollent stouk on hand and anion i l ie olc?>t I nsinehs stands in the city, Terms eny*iidovery PHtirfm tion K*v?-n to the purchaser Apply at t!>u Vew Y?rk Brooklyn, and Willian>Hburg Agenoy offioe, Nov 17 Chatham street. FOa SALE-TURKU YEARS LE tSE OF ONt OF TIIF, bei-t corner stores and dwelling* in too oity, f?r ?, firJt claas irwi ry, a sure fortune IV r a mnart, enterpriaii.g inae. AI ply ?t the New York, Itrouklyn and Wiiiiamshurz Agon O) . fncs, 67 Chatham atreet. |?OR SALE-A FIRST CLASP GROCERY ANDLIOUOR l' at re, kept by tho | roprietar for the last live y. ars a dale chance lor tl e enterprising. Call at 363 Groeuwioh atreet c rner of Harrison. I^OR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL SAIL BOAT, 21 feet lonir, \ery fast sailer Tirms moderate. AddIv to M M rfYKKS, penny bridge Brooklyn. Appiyto Hotel for sale in the country-a c ianci ?eld m to be met with.?The above i< xitu.tted on one ol tlo he t railroad lircs that le'tvos tho e|iy and within ffWen miles of the ( Ity Hall, where fr..m ton to tilteen cans 'tor. dally. 1 l.ere is uow a good nourishing bualneas d ling -end it oan be inoreaeed Satlsfa -tory reuaoua will In- an iwn * I 5 ti e nr acnt proprietor wl.he. to hi.II. All communica tions, with real name, directed to Hotel Koeper. pre paid, or left \>lt Lewis A Blood, 7't Nassau street, will to ouuaiderod conf.dential. and promptly itu-udss to. TTOTfcL FOR SALE-TIIE LEASE. STOCK. AND FIX 11 tures of the Seventh Wanl Hotel, No 71 Catharino eireet. "1 h? lea^e is f?r uvea years from the fust of May last. R-?e< 11 for aale ia that tho proprietor has ot .or huai m ea to att> Bd to and cannot attond to both This is a ood ofnnee for any vmi wishing to ?e Into th^t hn.ineaa AI ply to A. StlEEHEN, on tb? premises, 71 Catharine street. ILLINOIS LAND FOR SALE -A BEAUTIFUL FARM CM.ti.il lur 213 ai res, of which eighty flvo is tine larro i a!^ timber Ivli ;; up<.n K?ok river, and l ut t ,ree miles from tin town if Diioii; the soil na fine aa any in tho S .ate and locatb n rwrh atly I eal?i y. Upor. the premises Is a hand H' n.e tiotble l oi.se, brick, a good liarn carri^^e house and at tl e doi r a store well of mc. Pent water, An. Title psr lut and lerma enaj Will be nold nt a .tr..at bar tain by i.| pljing if n eiliately to W. J DK MOTI-.S land o,flee, No. 11 i banters street, ironi Hi to 3 o'clock P. M. KIMU.SBHIDOK PROPERTY FOR SALI?TUI SUB scrilcr nflers for anle. in the iintnediute vi.iinlty ?f Kmgrbrid. a, Mo>te>ieat"r county ilew YorV one threi acr4. and III*. tbirte?e three quarter a?ro lots of irou id suit able for hnilulng purposes I .eatI m d>sirai.| . Forpirti ni lira and terms, apply to JAMES IIOUGil. Kin tahri I re. \4iiKI>() BIRDS f OH SALE-FIVE SUPElioR. iTI n.ottkii.g l ii !a, fn in two to three yeara old. t'l j. m.iok c It. I.I I C! IIlid r. I.a'er, and fl .g i.l (l,t and .1 ly. I a. ae.i tli li?l 1. t of llrda that ha . b?on I i t .e dt/ dtxsi.ig t':c till t )t?r Any p. non lisl Lig a i.ne bird, u.av appjy. nt S .. I i nyi b i tri ? t Must r.r s?ii,d -to uowtmakers-?0? salr ti i i-ti'? k ei.il fiati.ii * ol a bo..t and s> j?e st-ir-' *.i,e . . ek is 11. .ll ai d well ael. . t...l. Toe store V i.t on? :?i" t.i ? I eat Itri-I ta down ><?* li with ti ree y-srs lea- ? , aril wit b ? (0li be I r I xei.ungcd f. r titi proporty on tirs*, rate t?,- , s \,, I ly ti >1 UN. oN It MoMICKEN, 157 llr.~ulwaj T ,.m 11 ONi lOliACCO PHESS ANDO.S^HAY f :KSS NEW and ill p-rfict ori.i r, fnr aale c,^?p. Aup!y to till i .n ill I,Ml, 'I Greenwich atreet. Til SHIP BUI LOIRE.?OaK AND II tf.'K M ATMIK J ai d oak II? r- an . fnttn. k- of all si/, s f.,r ?*;? 0/ bIM iiA A is* V ti*.. n-4.^,1 * i? klaiis ui awip kj.eaa, and iuf pltat, Ksrt nUiMnta streat, aear a?e?ao (J, rniHcuL. <i??j nnn nnn '-oaw . thi mortoaob ^O.'HHJ.UUU Buili of IU IIUdoU Ceatral tUil road Coinpnny. Thl? company win receive proposal* from ttft 10th to tb* 15th of Jud? licit, fill Hire* mflllooi of dollar* of Ita con struction lend* to ho iasnod in nni ef one thousand anil five hundred dollar* each, payftbl* at the efttoe of tho com pany in the city of Now York. on the first day of April, 1K76. with coupon* attached for the payment ef int>-ro*tai lli?*name piece ?emi-*unuall.), on the la of April and latof October. Ill each year, at the rata of a* .en par coat per aa num. 1 hese bonds arc secured by a flr?t and only mortgage to tr ?ti-? a of tli?* wholw an*4 branch?#. ????eu hun<)r?4 And four nu'ea ill length and of two million* of acre* of land Ik tlia vliinity of tb* toad, wanted by Congrc** to aid in ite contraction T1 o whote rind ia nnder contract aud a larg*force ia now employed iu its emistmotion Hi* e.vpaeted that 360 to 400 voiles will bo completod I \ let Jr.i.nary next, and tne re uiainder of tho entire line during the v?Hr 1854. Abont 72,'HI ten# of rails will Vo required of eblcb 07 000 tone ? ere con trail od for &t tne It it rati* ruling <i ???? year ainoe, and ia now eonatantlv arriving at New York and New rtr* liana. 1 l.e v hole amount of bond* wbieh cm bo i ?s?od onder the tin rtgage i* seventeen million* of doHara. of which have been already necotintod? London loim *ix jier cent bonds $fl,000,0fld In I'r.lted Sister, a< d on iron and other contract*, seven por cent fconda SJM 000 Total.... $10,733-001) None ot which have l.*t n iliapoaed of at laaa tlian par The company will give to each anbaoriber to thi* Inks wboae bid shall be accepted the right to anbacribe for throe shares of the ultimate capital *t>ok of the sompany, il70,00ii *' *re* ol trliOoao'i.i foi each bond of $1.1)00 subaorlbcd and in.id for l<y Mm, and a like proportion for a lartuir or ?'uall*r amount ard a proper provisional ocrtibcate will he givm aa evidence ofriion right to suhaoriho when tha atook thai! lie issued. soon payment of auoh inatalment as uiiy be required by the dlrectora, not exceeding tbe instalment" than oalled iii from ntl.er stockholders whiob probably will not exceed $.1 per shore. TI c company rcforvce the riaht to redeem any of tha bondl at any time before maturity, on payment of the amunut tb" roof, with twenty per oent premium aod any accrued in terest No proposal will be itccived at any rato leas than par, and tli* oi>n|,*i,y reafcrre* the right to accept proposal* lor allor any poitiioof the amount. Jen per rent ef the unonat alotted to each anbsoribet Will be roquirc 1 ?n notice of the aoouptatce of bis prop mala and the hn'ancc as calkd for by the directors, not exced inp leu per oeut monthly Any *rb*criber uiay, however, at bia option pay up i* full and rcoeive Ills bonds at any time. If any subscriber. whole bid is accepted, shall prefer in livv of the seven per ?#e.t bopds hernby offerod to rceivesix p* remit bonds of the same oharaelir in cverv r?i put a* ti'obu ismiid for the London Loan of $5,0(M,00). oj wlnob interest arid principal will be payable in London ni the ra'e ol fonr thillin^s and two pence sterling to tba dol lar, tnoh bonds will he imbued, but iu such c?s<> the subscrl I'M will I e required to pay the iu?t.alm?iita in London at the eame rate to wit: JlJilMis l-'d for eceb bond of $l,(W0 The stock appropriated to ?uch aii4>seriptlon will l>? aluo re^is tered in London, npun tha fame teruiK and conlltdens ni ti.it now rr'.'iatered there, if preferred, instalineuts and diri di ed* thereon beicx l avahle there at tha aarae rato of ox ebanp*. Interest will In all osjei be adjurted on payment of tha final instalment I'ropuvala will be roueivod by W. P BITUBALL, IVeaanrer at the citflce i f the ('innpany, No 60 Wall *troot N. V , en Olorod tealed unl e-id'irsod ' Prop'istl I for loan of K.OllO.OOO ?f Dlinoi* Cen'ral llailrond Company." Ueports and doonine'i** rhowina the financial oonditlofe of the company, the pro^n ** of the work, and all aaoeisary iu formation relative to its nlTsirs and proppeota, may b? ob rained on application to t!.o Treaaarer, personally or by let t?r. By oaler of the li?nrd of Directors jSpJIK _ 1IKKT SCIIITYLEK. l'reald. nt, SAVID A. NI;aL, Vioo President, W. P. UURRALL Treasurer. OKOKCt tilUSVYOLD, MOkKIS KKICIICM. JONATHAN STUKOE3. New York, April 3. lt&S. JJxecntive Committee $rnn nnn COVINGTON ANI> LKXINflTONItAIL iJuv.UUU Koad Company Seven per oont Convert ible Mortnane llonds. Tliia Company offer for a\le, at the house of their finan cial agents, Messrs Wiuslow, Lanier i C . 52 Wall streot New York, 500 of their 7 per oent convertible bonds. Tho iutcrcat is payable semi annually on t';e let of Uarehand 1st of Stpttniber, at the Mank of Aiuorioa, in this city, whore the prim ipnl isrodoeuiahlc in li#S3. The Covington <ind Lexington Railroad commences at Co v'nuton, c n Ibe Ohio river, opposite the central and business purt of Cincinnati, tbono* reus thronnh Falmouth, .IS mil is, ('vnthiann IA u iloa. Pi ria V milos, to Lexington llii miles? wl ere it connects with the Lexington and Danville lt iilroad, which continnea on south, through Dantleld, 181 uilles, to Tennessee line, ^lli milei at whioli point a junction U formed with the lino of tho Southwestern Railroad, which conneota with the C'ha'lauooga road, now in op'ration, and with the Southern railway ayttem, the linen of which tjrmiuate at Charleston, Savannah, Mobile and New Orleans. Thus a continuous railway oonnaotiom, of a aommon nau;cof live foct, is formed b^twen tho Ohio river at Covinzton ani Cineinnatl. and the priuoipal ports upon tho Soutuern At lantic and Cnlf of Mexico. At Lexington this road meets tbo Louisville and Frankfurt Railroad, the Maysville road end I1U San lv Railroad. At Danville witli the Knoxviilo. Naehvillo. IJowlin-: Ureon, Mtniphia and McMinnville roada?t!.e trade and travel of all which destined for Covington or Cinciuuatl will be ro <inired to pass over Ibis road. ThI* roail ia a main truuk line, connecting tho South and the West. It ia. iu truth, tho key to Kentuoky, opouln^ to tlioriohand fertile lands of the State the Cineluuiti and Kaxtern markets. In location it posacsacn the advantago of being fnrevor secured from competition by the peculiar oon fikuration of the country. It Is being constructed in tho most aupcrior manner, with an almost level gralo?there being only twenty feet escei t to the mile at any point ne tween Covington and Pitris, and only thirty feet to tbo inile between Paris and Lexington. The greater part of the read is entirely level. At Cincinnati terminates nine important lino* of railway, traversing Ohio and ludianu. either coinplotod or iu course of construction, with eutllcient means secured so at to oa sure their being built. The** roads enter the city i y five tracks. Thoseln operation are among the most productive roads of tbo country, and those constructing promise to b? equally profitable. On ti.e Covington aide of the Ohio rivor there are six lines traversing Kentucky from various points, all of which, to reach the Ol io river at this place, concentrate upon the Co vlngten and toxington road at Lcxiugtou, or with its con necting lines south of that city. Those secure to it ao rauoh buttle**, in addition to that naturally belonging to ita own linSj that its stock must unquestionably equal the very beat n tea ci ni.try. Most of the whole line on the road 1* ready for the auper atructuro. The track lading ia progressing at the rate of (ma half mile per day. and will go on at that rato to completion Ten milca aie laid, and when twenty are completed train* will be put on it. The Company contemplate opening the road to Falmouth for use iu July, and to Lexington in December next. li e preparation of the road bed for the superstructure? that is, tho graduation, masonry and bridging, will cost $lt:,476 per mile. The road when fully completed, with all the ncoeisary buildings, machinery and equipment, will cost $.12,"77 o r mile, which is very low, when the amount and obartct r uf the work done is taken into consideration. Tho Coinpajy Lai e expended $1,^75.346 49. The means are as follows :? Stock already sub.crimed and moatly paid in $1,525,650 Stock whiohthe counties of Kouton, Pendleton and Harrison are authorised to aabecrihx, nnd which there is littlo or no donbt they will do 3*10,900 Cincinnati loan 1010 0 Bonds to pnrohaao iron for tho road 4 M.OX) " endorsed by city of Covin rton *W,0? " now issued aud offered for sale AJ0.0W $.1,0.1 ?,050 The wholo cost of the road, including oqulpinent and huildingx all completed, will be $3,156,223 (but tl.e read will be put into operation by expend ing t much le*s sum ) Requiring yet before the road, baildinga and equip uicnt are all complete $130,578 The mortgage to secure tho liOO honds now offered i ? upon the whole road, property and credits, and likeniie secure' CtOnii re bonds, i it i e ouul necessary to use t loin exacu ted to James Winamw, with whom it no-.v is, at <2 Wall street, eonditioncii tiiat he may tako poasosion of and rim the road or soil it for the beoeilt of th? bondholders in c mo of default of the C( inpant in meeting the interest or prin cipal of any ol these bond*. This morigagc is subject to one to secure the bonds for $M1i.l('(i given lor ti e irou?which iron is now worth JW'/0,0 rj more tl.aii>'oost Ti e mortgage debt when theso bonds are negotiated will ho P'.IO.WO; to soeprc which, are not only tho a.-iets shown ef 1/125.lif-tl, but also the valuo of Che ri^iit of vi ay ground? given to the oompany or sold to it at lo*rato for dep< t-kai.d otl ei purposo*. and theenhaueod value of the iron. at:.(Unitingin ull to &l'i.V)l)0. Should the remaining .'A) bond* authorized by tho nvirt ga^e be issued, (which, I owever. will not ho necesstry IT t 10 couniries sul scribe as contemplated.) the road will be fully ooii pit te, cutting, at the very cheapest rato for a lirst cl.ni road - 18 1 ti ?i< The i nhanced valce of material aud real estate in cluding right of w ay 493 000 Then w* hare ?l(j|.i2Jd to reeure $1.tm.MH), and one of tks most d irable and prod oc tive road* of the country. Map* of the road and a full exhibit of tho condition and affair* of the eoi? pany arc at the office of Winslow, l>anicr ,t ?o, f.2 Wall street, where further information can iu ob tained. M. M. BENTON. President Loxington and Covington Railroad (' t (J. "I r St iW |/t TO LKND, ON BOND A.N D MORTOAOK ^pl?)w.UU" " iu sums to suit applicants, on productive fill estate in this city or Biooklyn. Apply to S 9 liltOAD. No. 13 Wall street. ^fTfTlUm Vo~LOAN, ATSBVEs PfcR CE\rT7)N JpJlT t).'/UU l.( ud and ?n irt;a,i on Impr ivod inl n i lii pr- \i d property in this eit ? In rnms to * ilt app'iointi; als< t>*. Hsi to loan, at sevaa per oent, on improved property in the cities of Brooklyn mm Willi unsbur^ in en on t. , suit. Apply to J. K.COOK, Jr., 7v Nassau *trcot. <J>Q nnn T0 ^,000. - ANY person who would JJpO.'llJl./ wish to inve-t cither of the abore aurna in a vi rr |o polar patent medicine, Ir in which a large t'ortxno cai "be realised in a few yeaie, innv hear of an opportunity hy a dre'sins Woithlngtoa, W?x I.0JM Po*tOfhoe. C!*> rnn wanteb. to borrow on improved reel estnte, in Brooklya, worth $i,IKM. l'riueipnls only need apply at .?t!/l Broadway, freia I to 3 P. M CI ASI1 FOR MOltTtlAOKS -POOD FIRST MORTOAGF.S J on No* York, Brooklyn, or Willianshxrg lots, b>u<ht at a moderate dl-euunt No ot jcetion to mortgage* of ainall ann unts or having many year* to ran if well acoured. Ad dress Mortgage, Ilti'uld ornce, with full particular*. DAArt'B Ufi IKM.MSI- shj> ti>lll.A>L Irt aC'MC iron- Ci an* epwards payable at suht in :*a?*4 b. -,h( snbscribers BOWMAN, llRINNf hl t CO No <0 loutb atn<et, *<.*? pa*s?iig*e agmtr for t?>? 9waH?w Tar.' t4?e ?f Uv*r?i*il anil Loader, par lr?t ahlpe ON ICY.?CASH Al'VAIUCKX MaIIK ON llRY UitUltk, grecerte*. 'ngan- hardware pi*m>* book* stationery. watches, mei/handise, and personal |>ro|MTty generally ia ?unis to *uit. Apply to R WOOD, Nu. liO Fultoa street lioiirs fro n 8 a M up stain. Ofts* iiours from 9 A. M to ft P. M MONF.Y-MONIY AIVANCEDklN 9UIIS TO SUIT appUtttlta, on ti e most pie jiiiik terms, on w^t he?, pl.ite I? .?lry, pisnofcites, dry Ia<!i s' or gentiumjo'a wardrobe*. Ii i n unrrants or any, other ile?orlptlon of pri perty. at tl.o I n<*if o Aneucy ai.j Loan Ufficc, 111 Orand street curlier or Ilroudwa/. T'i.? strictest ooufidenoe anil horot may be relied upon Notice.?all such p)*ukons as hold tiu draft* tr piusa^e tietetii. of tho lata firm of P. VV, II) inos A Co.. nre renuested <iu present tho same at blie oAc* of J. O. Khee. II* Sooth ^treot. No* York. In oriior to ccii pr< ii.I e or purchase ti i -owe, agreeable to gisen lis * hr.adi rt over ti- I im by trui mm. J. O ttiiKK. New York, May 1H, 1MB, \T tw OI'KK A M0ITS4.--ARI IIITKC18 IHTHNiHNO IN to (or pete (or tha are tlnn of the " New York A( a le my ot Mi sic" are in'SJIivd that tho lluiMlag Uomiuittee will r?eel?e plans at irf.o ?flic? of the oompauy, No. 47 Wall tlreet, until .1 P. M., Monday Z'!d Inst u M. II PAtuiE, Seorotary. OFFICE PANViA RAM KOAD tMUPANT NO 7? Hvoaiiway -No? Turk aptii V -Tb* *t?lb la laln'ent of tea dollar* on each share of Mis lr.ceuased eapl t*l stock of above eenipony. a-IH ?e pavahU at the o(l>o? it tie conip-jo) on ?k* Is'of Jons next Ry ,rd?r of the Hoard o' llUi.iibora, A. HO?|t StArl. Tnimnw PAt.K #Al??N A CO.. BAMXKRS. MA4 KRANClMMs t nl - lixct iiuge on Lomloi^ ValparaUos and the priuoipal cities c/tie I I ited Slatis i\r nalo in ?em* to suit Col'oe lions a.ade at run Kisoe1^^, (,f i? fliu Wtrrlor of the Stale, u d jin oeida promptly #, miitrd Refer to and draw o- >0* A varlcali I ici anse f^nk. Hmra lieno .a. Sherman A Co., New 11,rfc 1)1 l;LI? NOT<1'r lr? HEREBY OITEN, THAT TB? I trur-sfer >k ka ef the Compuny will be eloaed from tlilt late itMi I?1 e Dt. ISf-t lly order of the Hoard W <\ II DAVIDflF. faer?t?r. Paatiie Ball *teao*Mr Compaa;. New Vvtk, Mar t, UH. IWAJTCTAL. ho w f": TJANKING HOI'SE o* J. CORN I NO A CO., WC . iCw!,VK??Orl*M, May .1, lAU.-Soaled p*o l wl11 bu revived by the undersigned until lb* ftr?t of June next, at la o'clock, M.. for the enmhose of MM 00# seven per e.,.t bonds (of Sl.OilO rash payable io itsth of the f, ? Haiti Company, l*Mi.d nuder the antborit* nt the Legislate re of this Plate, and scturud by un.rtgate af all the real property ?>' sai-' company valued at $*10.1*1#, and "J a pledge of the poleies of insurance on ilia buildiafs '""ie'l thereon to toe amount <if $JKi 0d0. Blila of Hie holder* of tho only emtio* liabilities of iha ?aid ?omnany, consisting of bonds doe In 1HM for $.'?.0110 and of tlVMV due in lHCl, will hr reeelved at jMr with iha JudUatlon ' have accrued thoreun to the day ol a<i ^onda pruser. t a moat desirable, sura, and profitable mode ol'Investment for eapital. llein* p.rfeotly .e.ured n It ?'sr ?-ry I?,or.Vl?,! on ,,"lt "plendld bai!Jin< known u to 'fv*:1-?hich >380.000, in lap .nd.ntlv ol leaaftfc^ wh^.". Uath* U *??*?<. ??rtb of Itself at ('onlaa iJ* .,um.ft,.r wbleh said bmdn have been issued rIM F..JI '".'jnwtion. and of tlio aut of the La fe^ a,r;nM?ifc0,W/'"h ?"???" koads have Leon omit lid, aie annexed far reference. J CORNl/vGACO Cut or N*w Oilcam, ?i rvuv .. . State of Louisiana. cl.in'O. No 1 to 2ft0 *f (vw\ n S'.'W. V 70nn,,-v V:v? l'r* btonts, that for value' n,reived, to J, h'n ",w in lent J to> Jrhn Egerton. or hearer, the sum of one thousand dollars, which ?inn the *aid company promise* to nav in Uwful n?o??y of Uic United 5 tat J, tosa'd or Wrer at their nfflce in this city, on the trst day of Deeeinher; light** I. Hundred and Seventy two. with interest at the rate of sev. n percent rtmumn, payable buir yeerlr te wit on the flrbt day of J one anil the tirst d*y of Deootuber in each and ettrv year, until thw payment of said prinoiutU sum tho interest eimpnus being annexed to thi nuMn uf thi* bond, an i fnyable ttl^o in t\e city of Now Orleans. This obligation being givrn and soon rod by mort -age oa alPtho real estate and assets of th? Company, pi r act hefor* li. II. Cei'tB Notary, ft thiit dato. eon'ormaMy with an ?ot ct the LegiclaturH i f tl i* State, antltUd " An a t to eonMe ? be St 'harlra Hotel Company of New Orlrana. to oontract for a loan ol money, .ina to give proper ?? eurity thureror " ? f'pruved .Mtrch fi WW* acipyol whiuh aot i.< annexed ot. ti.e revcree i ereoi fr r rotereni e. In te'thi.ony vrVcrrof, John ?) Otinei Preai lent, aa-J t* N Wood Secr'itfl ry of unid St ('hialoi llot-il Com n.iny. bavt thin day finned tt.cdO pnsiDte, aai allixe ) theroto tli? aual of raid Company. Ltatnl in Ntw Orleans tho flmt Jay of April, In the yoar of our J..ord One Tliouuaail lii.'bl Hundred and Fiftf-tnreo ? M . JOHN 0. GAINBB. l'reiident P. N. Wood. Secretary. Ne vcrktuer. New Orleans, April 1. lfl/13. An ActtoranMeibe St. cKtJiTA" cKvfjf"xw Sen""' therero"atJ''ttnU l"?:|r8 P">|w see l. 'ho it ybajted by the Senate and Ho-ms of Repre ^taV. H'rh.V'tK. 5? n?. in <l?n?ral AiMmbl/ j onvoi i. d, That the St ( harlee Hotel C'omvany, of New Or 7".,^ "? 'iu,'d,0.f Oireotora, bo authored iud emp.wer cd to ikSite uezotlahle horde of am.I oonipinr i0 an a non, t not exceeding two huu.lrcd and fi/tv t'i..o?:4n l dollare and at ?oeb termaoi P??niontaH maybe droided hy nald Hoard v ??' i'8^. ' ???ated, Ao.. That ti e eiid oompany be autt orlicd to tueitrc tho piymect of aald bonds, with aft Interest to neeroc thereon, by a morlRv-e and hyp,,thee%H?a of all the real es'ate U'loiiglng to aaia u iuipauy. eapeolally unon ti.e St. Charles Hotel and Us apportmanoo... and t? pledge tro iiisumnco of said hnlidin^s on such t*$rms and ii such manner as uiai be fixed by resolution uf tho direotora. See. ?5. !?e it further enaotod, etc., That if guch tnortirace l>c mhonbtd in the ofiioe of the IU?cord#r of Uort^a^ea in tbe I'srifli of New Orleans. s?e^ inscription shtH not be IUb|? to ti e protcripHon of ten yours tut the said umrUaie %A inscription^shall rcniuiu in full forco and eiroot until iCo fuU payment ef the b nd. ceoitred theroby. e t , . ?K" ^ARRkN MOTS#, Speaker of the House ol Kepresentacivoa. Approved Morch 'J. 1K.VS. ... w. W. FARMJt* Lieaten&nt Governor and I rosident of the Senat* . I*. O IIKJ1KRT, Governor of the State of Louisiana. TO HMf.ROAD CONTRACTORS -SEALED PROPO ?r1? will l.e ricelvod at the olftco of the Hel.?*ara, L??\a ?ati< and Western Rallr-.ad Company, No 10 tVail street NiwTork, and at tho o'.noe of tho oompany nt Soranton, I.un. me county. I'enuayln.nlu, until the tifteonth 15th) day ol Jnnn next, for the [;radi??, bridRln< and masonry of itra f.' fteiu division of sni.i roart, about t'rty Ave miles, to th? ~>i int of jtinetion with tlie New Jersey Kailroad near iha Jelatt are water R.ip Plans and -[>ocilloations will be fur B niched on applleaHon to tin ret.er?l a;ent of the omnpiny at Scran ton. The roail will be tuailed and bridged for a double track, and payments made hi oa-'h. O:ttoo Djla warn. Laekausna and Western Railroad Company New York, Hay l.'ilh, l^KI. GEO. D. fUELPS, IVes deni. niiM'KLLAIVKOVS A CARD,-THE UNDERSIGNHD, MANVi^ACTfTRERS of cold pens and gold and silver pencil ua l sen oaaea l utcntcd would very respectfully inform the pxblio thai they are opening, nt their reta-l store. sj7 Irvini Hoaae, Hntedwa> a beautiful assortment of fine stationery of i? Cert importation which in connection witli thoir assort* no lit ot superior k?-1u pens and pencils enables porioaa l? eijoip thenifelves ?uh pens, ink and paper, of unalitie* on porior to any i.reviou.-ly ofiVrod in this city. A. G. UAOLIT v t o ,^o. IL' Maiden lane, mid 1^77 Rrnadway A CX AMATEURS D'HOItTICULTURE?SEEDSt v TUB XX \lctona Rczta, the most beautiful spooimen of the V^ estern liemwphcre, the queen of ilowers aro ofTored for aaf?L vith drawing ??f the plant and directions, b? F. PK MX & CO./No. 1,(VV| liroadvvsy, corner of Twenty sixth street. BILLIARD8.-TIIK PROPRIETOR OF T1IK MO!f. tji^ ue liall liillinrd Rooms, Brooklyn, l?e.s to inform his friends and tho piihlJa, that be will open tho lower roou tl is day. i hose mods contain ten tables, and are onlr fivr minutes vslk Ir^m the Montague ferry. Two marker* wantfe(?- Til OS. TOVNBK*. CIJFAP SPRING MA.TTRMS DEPOT, IROX BKD st# ad wureiv?oin?, Ao ?The only place to iret healthy neat spring mattrt>s<e? and elastic paillasses, made in ?eat n.?nn?r, tt half the .isufU coat N B ? Old mattreese# altered to coin for table spring hods at $1 to ?12. Private dwellings furnirjjed on rr<*nipt notieo. Please call aud ax aU ilraV ?tWWftT'*h0V# 3pri0? ,tr,'8t- Iron bedstMda, riAMPHE(?E-FIKTYKIGWP CENTS PER OALLOW i ftnci dealers.?Carnpheue, burning fluid and ?ir an ti ol eiTrl.e. *n ^ C6f*" P9'**"-'": ?ampi cl,ande!i,~ girandoles, vases, Kookin <hi.m spittoons. ?mt ?n assortoaaal f .1?" ??d glass ware, eheaper than any stora 10 ""J'O. PllILIP RK.iLlv, 210 Canal streak piURAN SEGAR STOJ.B ?RHAL JUDGED AND LOV T,inwl v?nf.m,",'1'.,'.'V*!"" '???" Ilr? 'ovitod to eall ai THOMAti OlvIllliLDA S, late M. Uorilas', No. 11.1 Naaoam ?treet, next door to the Dally Times offi.:o, Depot op rEBiooRD preserves, no r.cn rroad j f amilies preparing to remove to tho oonntrr will nnd at tl is depot an ample supply of articles adapted to tba ummcr season, and which may bo wantoti out of tova. 2'ilJ' received directly by the depot, sole ajouey of R nam iif I orlirerd, rom which tho Par a dealers reo.lve iliolr sop I lies. Grocers will find it to their advantage to make thair purchases nt the depot, whieh keeps always an ample snddIv 0 fre?h syrtip conserves ? a luau do vie e? an sacro f am wints brandies and cordial, imported forth.n-e of ipsniat customers F. r sale, a lar^e supply of sardine*, oliraa, gropes, mustard and almonds. Gardiner's patent magnetic oold wasb er. ADialitamator and S.parator-Patented M'arah 8. icikl?This i tl e most perfeol machine for sold mil,ins thai has <eiii invented It performs tiin operation of wasbbM the earth, or pulverized ouarttrook, amal aniatinii and mar netic separation of bluck sand or oxide of iron all at in inov<m^t, saying every particle of gold dust, however ml nute. with this machine two mea oto perform as mack w ork per day ss ten by any othor process and save all the golu a fu 1 ox [danstion of itsoporat^on will be given by the niaiiufaotnrrra lie publio ar? lavited to ovamino. Prioe Iron retorts at sh le-.ale and retail. NORTON A G ARDINER, tj Dey street Hyatt a Cornell enoravrrs and printbssl have removed from ti e old stand, oorn.r of Warren aa3 i.roadway, to -Wj Hroadway, corner of Walker street, where thsy ai u prepared to execute all orders for-wedding, \ initio*, sad l oflren csrt's, coi.r.tty, notarial, ofioo and lodge aeala tiee kinds of engruUnit and printing, at ebori ae> I'M A.i'OfcT, AND LOVE TO HEAR 1 ITie rluadovc's coolngs, no soft, and cleat' ? Kvt b tter I love to rloop ut ni^ht, !"'*??? maintaining a oonatant'fight M' it-h nt lis and licdiiugs?a horrid sot-, Tt at | iincti'ra the skin and the temper fret. ^o to LyonV stern | take oare to go. And buy tlie powder that ki Is the too; And if rrts nod mice are heard in tbe wall I r< t l is pills and I kill t' om nil Depot for LYON'S magr,. tla powders, free from poise a. and lor Lyon s magnetic pills, t >i UroadKoy. \f ?|T1< f-faAlt<KK.t hf.i'a at artn.# . i*1'*1""'".?1The well knowa pr pnotot nt tb. ?|? & -iblbtbet! leather store *..d o.sttress lac-?.ry Nu x* Unci ttruot le.te to oall tbe aticucioa of his battnaa u? V.i;s<-!'i.- jHTS tn the mlj ai-d eooetry, to th? n? ai-u esUa 1 ve asxortp.ent o' sprins goodi- now on haod which he ?. "ojsfer ?alK ? lo. ?* any hou* il the nit* W. ru a w >.R. No. TiW 'icapit ,tr?st. senoad do?r eaei vf Motes SIGNOR G. II. PANDOLFINI T1FUS LEAVE TO A If. nounee to the public th ,t he will receive In a lew dayL ill .i c ? net Ice will lie given,! p.r sblj.s A lams and . Ural la fr< in Italy over .-00 cases r?f the tinesl rr.arHle 4takn !!!rJ'r" n,!W "M' 0 ?nd e!?k.utor i . , "iT? '"->vtr ''ci.n fcjo .a iiiis oountry. Those f.V'.ftr7, i' !!"' !'! ,.UPP|>J,.'K "'emsolve* .ith ti.*oe beanti fol art tl?s w. uld d., well to l.ol.l toamnolves in reserve. 7^',? "i 1 ',e f' .j \y auction hy HKNAV U LEKDS k CO to the higbrtt iidder. OFVPLVS POWKR PRESS-THE HAPPIEST COM kj I hintiv i efun-at power with ??eirJioity-a ?ood snbsil t ,T ",c h.vdran"o press at. on* third tin enst -a now and valuable ar>Kle. Alao, the eolsbraiieil Mallory hook asd paper c.itt^? Testlm. nlals of the hi,heat chinotor far cither or I ?tb tlu so msol inoa ran be h?h. Ma.-Mnos fhr New York" notlc*' APP4^ u a'' :'A?V 68 Enltou street SHOW CASES.?A LARGE assortment COt. Vl."*v ^ "V. ,r<,'i ?? order In the aaatesi J ?? iv ij. 'fciten^r?n. paid to orders receive* j r . ??' K- i2i Grand (treat three do*rs cast of Broeo way. Thomas brothers, from imris, solr masv fsjiiirtrof esrt.-n t.lerre, I avi> n/oved their establlsk. nient to 41 woofti r itwui They always h ivo on hand a great asHortucnt of deslgi s for. axteri .r iee'ir ?tloo ef (aloor.s, pi.rlrrs, ic.; a sreat vuristy of rosettes, interior and oxt rlnr, trtiss?-i, fri. ?e?, oh|m, columns, Ao. Also looking glasses, framm gilded, cbs<aa, Ao. "VOIJ'RE NOT MY IIDSr./UND." "OH YES I A Ms ? I,',v0 ?.w,v ''?? n-iod Graham's Ongneat! 1 lid 11 ell. vii it Wf.tilu force wlitskers anil tii iu"t*e-i<.s u grow in six wrekr, l.ut. I kn w it now; It did',it ntain or l7 J*re my fact, at alj" On/ doll ? p-r hott o mht to any Mvk y th. country. R. G ORAIIaIh, iS Ann slroet. aZ/Sf mow WtoHKH, &r. ( ':>,..<:li'n,|ta'ed patent ca^t-irom V Railing. -The NiwYoA Iron Hailing Co i aa?? put up to order e /nr, vsritty r.t east iron railing Inr hnlldlnVT parks, eoer* oetnetaries. As , mom Crowell'i celebrate* p?\ eiit prit^iple a-itl.ont rivets, ea*ing tSoreb%from tw?e ty flee to fl ty oei?f.? p?r r^iaitlnA foot Thor Invite exaieA* ustioiis f t t) cir fHttor-iu and work, to wl.lnh 'hoy are con stant l > ni.*Mtig tasteful aiddit-iont Spvoiuior.1 may now flt**n ir. tL?\ ocnictorlos naa?, and at boil IImr> in the mfrm rast-iro ? nnd wroi.yb i iron work for buih'ings beak an4 ?eult d'?ors shutters, brackets li^ht eoar#4ng-house deskA and eo>?nter r> itiiu?. .watinYS. window ^tvards wall staya Ao., a'a short notice ?-nd most ressotiahle charts Ifarms now tiielr on n they are Huahl-?| to uoetrol tMu own work, tberehf.&vi?>4itiir delays and dlsapp<Mit.naete m J| con^noii and so arjcb ooTnplaitied of iv this bn Innae. infy? of all iMcniisil w ith a ?uirnoT despatekw I '#jndrv loot ol Kort^ sUth street, a*orth rl#oc oiftoa laareroom. Na '^1 liuane stroet. "il'ii.11 * u:K.KR"<n/*, m^ofactbusrof wria? Railing. IsoaFence tnr Far*,. Ao.. 31i llroajway, New I * ?fK Orsan.t tital Iron \Vor?,?I roe aa? wire railinte for I putllc ssO private grounds, i.arlia, lawn, dwolllnri. *o. freru Ml t enia to Ho per foot Iron kadsteads the most ooml I Jl'te assortment iu lhl??[ty, prices from $.( to |? ? flogs, liens, t.rns, vases, tetublnss postn. spring ohslre, set to. ?, tni ttri sses, towel stanrtn, bat racks nmhrella staada. spittoons, Ac , Ac. tTI> kersham's osiebratnd railroad ami farm fet^e from *\k te hi per rod The mbso.ioer o?SS tbe largest stock of ornamental iron work ia the VnlteA Ptstcs, all of his own njanufaoture, at exuoodir.cly Uw I 2?P*?lor tiiialliy if hair end corn liuek mettrsneg. .tohv n Mir-KFRSllaM waruhftOM Sit Droadws* ? I f?<iw,H,NMNUmirtmt. uwaarrn ?