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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
MONEY MARKET. ?H.'!TOAT, March 6 ? 3 P. M. The alock market c^os ? 1 ; esterday firm and buoyant, at prices generally in alvance of thou# previously current. The transactions th oughout hare boen unusuallj large, and the specul.-vti e spirit is increasing rapidly. All the leading fancy s rcks are in demand, and purchaser* freely take lota at tither buyers or seller* option. This shows their confidence in the future course of prices, and also the abundance of moans at command for carrying what ever supplies may be desired. The season is at present ?lightly unfavorable for extonsive operations, and we may therefore expect in a few weeks greater activity and a more rapid appreciation of prices. The class of fancy etocks now on the market is of a very auperior order com pared with those of former years. The mining stocks have shut out all the small trash which heretofore has inundated the street during periods of excitement The mining stocks operated In at the regular board possess real bona fide value, and hold out Inducements /or invest ment hardly equalled by railroad stocks, bond* or any other In the entire list. At the Mining Board quite a number of the stocks daily sold are still in the chrysalis state, and may come out good or not, as they a> e managed by the professional gentlemen who have then in charge. Some of them have little or no value at present, and the proba bilities are decidedly against any improvement. For a Classification we refer to the sales at the regular stock exchange. Those on the book# of tbo regular board of brokers, have passed through the ordeal of an investlga lion and have come out bright. Tho coal stocks are not in bach favor generally. Thsy occasionally get an impetus npward, but there is no basis for tho slightest advance. The recent rise in Cumberland lias been rapid and to some extent, but we cannot discover the cause. We should not be surprised to see even a much greater inflation ; but it canuoi be otherwi.-e than temporary. There are indict tions of a corner, and it would therefore be prudent for outsiders to keep clcar of the movement. Like all which have preceded this, it will be short-lived. Tho Erie Railroad Company have as vet made no semi-official announcement k- usual about the approachingsemi-annual dividend. Four pei cent has been fixed upon in the public mind, and tha1. will prol?ably be the rate. This has given quite a buoyancy to the btock, and the bears have made up their mind^ for the worst. The stock market, on tho whole, is in a very satisfactory condition for holders. Except in one or tw i instances, prices have not advancod too rapidly to be sus tained, and there is a feeling of confidence which must Boon show itself more decidedly in tho daily transactions and in the current value of securities of overy class and grade. The exportation of specie from this port last week was hardly worth .recording, having been only $14,810, ship ped to Hong Kong. This makes the aggregate from Jan uary 1st to March 4th, both Inclusive, $2,425,406. The receipts at the office of the Assistant Treasurer of the United States for the port of New York on Saturday were $168,253 GP; the payments amounted to $28,405 08; leaving a balance on hand of $7,354,802 77. Mr. A. H. Nlcoiay will hold his regular weekly sale of Stocks, bonds Ac., at the Merchants' Exchange, on Mon day, the 0th inst., at 12^ o'clock, or immediately after the adjournment of the first board of brokers. Tm* bill for suppressing the circulation of bank notes Of small denominations In the State of Virginia has passed both branches of the Legislature of that State. The Boston Journal of the 4th instant gives tho fol lowing information relative to the movement of the vari ous land companies of that section Land stocks are looking decidedly better, and begin to attract purchasers at the low quotations ruling. East Boston took another start this morning, and was in de mand at 22 >? through the day, holders asking as high as 23 at second board. The land dividend on this stock will probably be $12 per share at the valuation of 1851. This will be equivalent to a cash dividend of about $6 per share. Th* dividend has not yet been decided upon, but it is stated that a large majority of tho shareholders favor the measure, and there is but little doubt of its be ing made. For Cory there was a brisk demand also, at 9 a w\ reglar, and the stock had an npward inclination. Waverley and Atlantic Wharf Company are also in better favor, but not active. Tho rapidly increasing value of landed property in the vicinity of Boston, and the im proving demand for building purposes, is destined to give he property of land companies which is well located a nuch greater intrinsic value than has been heretofore tlaced upon it. The annexed statement exhibits the quantity and value f certain articles, other than foreign dry goods, im wrted into this port during the week ending and includ bg Friday , March 8, 1864: ? domnBCl of Tim Port a* Ki* York? Wkkklt Imports. Pkgt Value. Pkgt. Value. Bag* ? 911,131 Instruments ? Baskets 13 1,034 Surgical 2 Books 30 6,820 Ivory 9 2,509 Jewelry 24 3,010 Leather 12 5.896 Patent do.... 15 614 Boots A shoos. 4 15,912 Pressed skins. 220 285 Undressed do. ? 668 Leeches 8 10,342 Liquors ? 10,678 Ale 848 141 Brandv 18 666 Cordials 20 52,140 Matches 7 1,338 Metals ? 2,231 Brass goods.. 8 Cop. ? P. caps 5 227 Iron, tons .... 414 11,726 Pig iron, tons 946 386 R'd do., bars 1,954 1,017 Sheet do., pks 349 2.108 Tubes 62 2,341 Chains 167 1,283 Cutlery 83 368 Guns 59 4.663 Hardware.... 309 160 Saddlery 11 4,940 Needles 9 2.467 Wire 4 10,870 Lead 990 1,621 Plated ware.. 13 930 Platina 1 224 Old metal .... ? 6,526 Steel 1,186 212 Tin 662 1.664 Do. foil 7 461 Molasses 992 799 2,215 526 651 Oil^? Linseed.. ... . 116 6!894 01l*o 260 Rape 2 Paints 369 Paper 36 469 Do. hangings. 150 16,826 Perfumery. . .. 24 260 Pipes 2 8,484 Plaster 168 7,994 Plants 7 7,706 Portmonuaies 19 Rags 834 1,375 Salt 6,880 1.382 Garden seeds. 76 2,766 Mustard do... 24 Spices Pimento 50 Sponge 2 34,869 Stationery... 41 1,086 Sugar 7,387 686 Tea 454 10,214 Tobaoco 690 468 Toys 22 27,78 Umbr-Uas.... 12 9,671 Watches 34 6,680 Wine 366 1.414 Champagne . 8, 100 3,42# Wood? 4,980 Cedar 14 Mahogany.. .. 213 8,907 Wool 76 494 Flock* 93 2,660 Other imports 7 262 3,162 13,689 4.513 5.963 979 54 820 KM 252 7,041 181 105 264 2.366 I.242 25,657 19.237 14,425 1,756 960 7,232 40,279 II.308 38,347 2,621 3,064 333 7,108 7,294 500 3,626 28,058 9,454 1,527 16,805 1,407 1,066 1,611 Bottles ? Brittle* 8 Brushed 22 Brnnves 2 Buttons 82 Cheese 60 China clay... . 74 Do ware 224 Segara 135 Clocks 2 Coal, tons.... 311 Coffee 4,571 Corn 767 Dgtrp. plates. 4 Drugs ? Arrow root ... 10 BarV. , not spec 253 Balsam cop. .. 11 Do. solution . . 17 Bicarb, soda.. 600 Blchng. pdrs. . 150 Brimstone. . .. 830 Citric acid. .. . 1 Gum copal . .. 248 Do shellac.., 17 Hyd. potash . . 12 licorice paste 100 Madder 61 Med prep.... 19 Opium 2 Phosphorus . . 4 Plantain bark. 390 Quinine,,.... 1 Fal ammonia . 42 Farsaparilla . . 36 Senna 29 Soda ash 90 Svmac 1,560 I lye woods ? Fustic, tons.. 46 Logwood 174 ifepan wood .. 225 Earthenware.. 601 Emery 30 Engravings... 16 'a us 24 (lax 260 Fruit* ? locoa.. ...... 173 ?croons 1,100 ?range# ? ?referred .... 100 taisina 1,128 Valnuts 225 Fura 137 Furniture..,. 12 Glaas 171 Plated 120 Ware 8 Hair, mfd..,. 8 Hats 39 Hatters' good* 7 Honey 103 India rubber. . ? bad go 85 Instruments? Musical 46 Nautical I Optical 5 Value of merchandise imported week ending March 8, 18*4 89*7,478 Value of dry goods imported week ending March 3. 1864... 1.782,897 Total 83,710, 370 The leading articles of Import daring the week were as follows Coffee. 852.140; fnrs, 834,869; dressed skin?. 964,890; undressed skins, 996,672; iron, 825,667; cutlery, 940.278; hardware, 938,347; steel, 928,068; sugar, 936.226; watches, 949,002. It will be seen by the above Statement that the value of dry good# imported into this port last week was nearly doubl? that of all other articles Combined The stock sales at the stock board, and at private sala, by Hewacm fc Holmes, for the week ending March 1?00 shares little Miami Railroad, 109; 20 Shares Little Miami Railroad, 110; 16 share* Littla Miami Railroad, 110 >?, 20 shares little Miami Railroad, 111M; 96 shares Indianapolis and Belief onUine Railroad, 86; 20 Shares Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, buyer (feta dividend, 106; 89 shares Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railroad, 79; 90 shares Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, buyer gets dividend, 106; 36 shares New Albany sad Salem Railroad, 49; 82 shares Peru and Indianapolis Railroad, 69K ; 23 shares Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day k> Railroad, ex dividend, 100; 40 shares Cincinnati, JIamiltoa and Dayton Railroad, m dividend, 100 60 ifcares Obieinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, ex dividend, 100J4; 90 shares Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day Ion Railroad, ex dividend, 100 X; 46 shares Covington and i/sxingten Railroad, 66; 36 shares Covington anc Lsxiagton Railroad, 66)^ 20 shares ClnoinnaU and In diaaopftU Railroad, 71; 6 shares National Insurance Com pany, 70< 12 shares Covington and Lexington Railroad 08; 6 shares Mad River and Lake Erie Railroad, 76 96 share* Indianapolis and BslWf on tains Raifroad 88; 96 shares Southern Bank of Kentucky, 102 fl shares Central and Indiana Railroad, S0K; 90 sham fv 'tun bus and Xenia Railroad, 106K. "0 day*; 44 sharei 8,193 ?>35 167 7.533 ft. 098 20,039 3,333 175 300 250 7,709 6,037 5,116 3,456 168 70<f 460 6,842 36.226 4,572 7,963 2,468 2,464 49,002 3,602 19.367 200 1,400 5,868 2,847 1,870 Columbus ami Xetua Railroad, 108, cash; 40 thuN In dianopoli* ami Bellofontalne Railroad, 85; 20 shares Little Miami Railroad, 111*; 60 shares Covington and Lexington Railroad, 66; 25 shares Now Albany and Salem Railroad, 46; 100 shares Cincinnati, Wilmington and Zanesville Railroad, 76. The offers were a* follows: ? Pennsylvania and Indianopolls Railroad, 70; Mad River and Lake Erie Railroad, 78*; Dayton and Western Rail road, 73*; Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, 100*; Cincinnati and Western Railroa l, 36; Cincinnati and Marietta Railroad, 68; Kentucky Trust Company Bank, 06; Columbus, Piqua and Indiana Railroad, 60; and for Eaton and Hamilton Failroal, Cincinnati and Ilillsboro' Railroad, Cleveland and Pittsburg Rail toad, Springfield. Mount Vernon and Pittsburg Railroad, Bellcfontaiue and Indiana Railroad, Ohio and Missis sippi Railroad, and Madison, Indianopolis and Peru Railroad stocks, we could obtain no offer at onr last board. Stocks in better demand. Money 1* to 2 per cent per month, according to securities. In the United States Senate on Thursday a communica tion was receded from the Treasury Department, made in compliance with the resolution of the 4th of April, 1853, calling for a "statement of the aggregate amount of federal, State, city, county, railroad, canal, and cor poration stocks, or other evidences of debt, held in Europe and other foreign countries, on tho 80th of June, 1853, so far as the same can be ascertained," Ac. The National Intelligencer furnishes the following abstract of a portion of the report: ? The Register of the Treasury states tho aggregate amount of federal stock outstanding on the 80th of Juno, 1868, to have been $58,206,517, and the amount esti mated to have been held by foreigners at the same time, was 827,000,000. Paper B gives the amount of State bonds outstanding at the period above named, and amount held by foreigners, as far as the same can be ascertained, vis., $190,718,221, of which amount 872,031,507 are held by foreigners: ? Held by /oreifjnem. No no. 4,030,000 None. 6,758,700 None. 26,584,671 None. 8,537,017 3,075,909 037,777 72,000 None. 4,307,666 8,000,000 No return. 40,000 Not known. 2,570,960 7,750,000 Not known. None. 195,907 Not known. Bonii oxU States. (binding. Maine 8471,600 New Hampshire 74,899 Vermont None. Massachusetts 6,445,000 Rhode Island None. Connecticut " New York 24,323,888 New Jersey None. Pennsylvania 40,021,445 Pelawnre None. Maryland 15,356,224 Virginia 12,089,382 North Carolina 2,224,000 South Carolina 1,926,803 (ieorgia 2,802,472 Florida None. Alabama 4,497,000 Louisiana 9,589,207 Arkansas 2,488,839 Mississippi 7,271,907 Tennessee 3,363,856 Kentucky 6,571,297 Missouri 802,000 Illinois 17,000,000 Indiana 7,712,860 Ohio 16,542,549 Michigan,, 2,389,660 Wisconsin 100,000 Iowa 88,000 Texas 6,341,628 California..... 2,997.488 The cashior of the Bank of America in New York, in reply to a letter of inquiry from this department, gives the amount of bonds of the State of Kentucky held by foreigners as 91.200,000. Winslow, Lanier A Co., of New York, state, in reply to a letter of inquiry, that " it will be very difficult for us to say where the State securities are held, whether in Europe or in this country ; yet we cAn near it, sufficiently so, perhaps, for your purpose; ? 1st. As to the debt of (ieorgia, fully three-fourths of it is held in Europe; 2d. Tennessee, over one-half of it held in Europe; 3d. Michi gon. more than two-thirds hold in Europe, chiefly in Holland; 4th. North Carolina, mostly held in Europe, or at least over one-half; 6th, Alabama, more than two thirds held abroad; 6th. Kentucky, about one-half held abroad; 7th. Mississippi, all held* abroad, mostly in Hol land; 8th. Illinois, three-fourths held abroad; 9th. Ohio, two-thirds held abroad; 10th. Indiana, fully three-fourths held abroad; 11th. California, mostly held in this country. If these returns bo substituted for those given in this table, the total of State bonds held by foreigners residing beyond the limits of the United States will be about one hundred and eleven millions, without counting the Terri torial bonds of Florida, amounting to several millions, or the arrears of interest of Florida, Arkansas, Texas and Mississippi. The Board of Directors of the Iron Mountain Railroad Company have linally closed a contract for the ontire gradation, masonr^ track laying, Ac., of this road, from St. Louis to the Pilot Knob, about eighty-six miles. The contractors are Messrs. William M. Watts, Charles N. Watts, and W. Milnor Roberts, Esq., of Pennsylvania The energy and ability of the contractors give assurance that this work will be finished within the period fixed for its completion, vis. : to Big river (about 46 miles,) by the tirst of July, 1866, and through to tho Pilot Knob by the first day of December, 1866. The Pottsville Miner' t Journal of the 4th Inst, says;? The quantity sent by railroad this week is 22,155 10 tons, being 7.709 01 tons more than last week, against 10,827 02 for tho corresponding week last year. The water has been let into the canal in several place* along the line, and if the present mild weather continues it is probable navigation will open throughout the line next week. In the meantime a few boats are preparing i to load. Tho toll and transportation rates to Richmond, by the . two ci in panics, have been fixed as follows, till July: ? ! By railroad 81 70 | By csnsl 70 \ This is 10 cents per ton higher than the opening rates ' laat year, and they were similarly advanced over the pre vious year. The amount of coal sent from the Cumberland region for the week ending the 18tb nit., was slightly increased, being 2,192 03 tons; but an amicable compromise be tween the operators and miners being impossible, ar rangements have been made by the coal companies to procure miners in Germany, and those now on a strike in the region have been notified to leave the premises. Stock Exchange. Saturday, March 4, 1864. 88 35 shs Parker V C C. 8* 97 * lOOPhenlxMCo..... 8 $1500 Califor 7's, '70 3000 Erie Inc Bds. . . 2000 Erie C Bds '71 . 1000 NIa IstMGosh L 3000 111 Cen RR Bd.c 5000 do b60 2600 NY Cen R Bds c 6000 do <J 2000ChAMiss2dM b3 90* 92 86 * 87* 93 X 98* 81 14 shs Pel AHudC Co. 113 10 Hanover Bk 30 OhioIife&T Co.b3 60 Canton Co s3 300 Klor A K J S . . s3 100 do slO 2300 do 500 do T>30 500 do b30 200 Nlc Trans Co.bCO 400 do b8 100 do 250 do s3 100 do b20 50 Penn Coal Co.... 21 do 100 Dolly B Cop Co.bS 700 NCarolina Cop . b3 200 Cumberlnd C C s3 100 150 300 100 200 260 200 100 loo 50 250 100 300 300 100 900 ParkeT V CC..b3 do. do. do., . do... do,, . do.. . do.. . do.. . do.. . do,, , do,. . do... do.. , do., . do,, , ,,?60 ,.s30 .. ,s3 .. ,s3 . .s60 ...o3 ...W ,.sl6 ,,sl0 . . bl5 ,,s80 snwk ... s3 ... s3 blO 1550 700 000 100 160 do. do,., do... do... do... .blO ,..s3 snw 96 97 28 * ** 4 * 4* 4* 4* 28 * 28 X 28 * 28 * 28* loe* loo* 5* 4 82 X 32* 33 33 38 X 33 38* 33* 38* 33 X 33* 33* 33* 33 33* 33* K S3 ?* 200 do s3 6* 275 do s3 6* 200 do b3 6 100 do b80 6 100 Bruns C L Co..s3 5 100 do 6 18 NY Cen RR 110* 12 Sixth Av RR 88 120 Cleve A Tol RR . . 100* 100 do b60 101* 100 Stonington RR.sS 69 200 Harlem RR . . b60 200 do s60 100 do c. 100 do bl5 100 po b3 75 Brooklyn AJ'a RR 160 Erie Railroad blO do do do do do do do do do do do, do do do 13 Harlem pref'd. 26 do 100tReadlng RR s3 100 250 150 100 100 200 100 450 160 50 100 250 100 60 .s60 . s30 blO b30 b60 ,.b3 ...c ..s3 b30 . ..e ,.b3 ,b60 b60 200 100 200 400 300 50 100 100 do s30 do. do. do. do. do do. do. ,s30 .blS .890 b30 60 Rud Riv Railroad 100 do bl5 40 Michigan C RR l>3 106 09 do s3 106 57* 66* 66? 57 67 80 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 83* 101* 101* 82 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 70* 70* SECOND BOARD. 96000 Kentucky 6's . 108* 100 abs Ulster Mln Co 1600 N Y Cen R Bds ?4 86* 96 28* 28* 28* 28* 28* 6000 III Cen RR Bds 26 shs Hanover Bk . . 50 Nlc Trans Co.... 100 do s 60 200 do 200 do b60 400 do b80 160 Canton Co 28* 150 do bflO 29* 200 do 150 do b60 100 McCulloch O...S3 100 do b?0 200 Caledonia M Co. . 100 Cumb Coal Co b80 200 400 60 100 100 200 100 50 200 do. do. do. do. do. do. do. <Vo . do. ,s60 sBO .*60 . . s8 ,s60 20 2?* 7* 8 4* 38* 38* 38* .88* 38* 38* 83* 38* 33* 38* IX 260 Parker Vein CC. 8* 200 do b3 8* 300 do blO 8* 100 do b?0 8* 200 Phenix M C . . b60 6 60 do s3 5* 50 do s3 6 1200 Penn A Le Z Co. 3* 100 Gold Hill M 3* 860 Reading RR 82* 60 do alO 82* 60 Erie RR 82* 160 100 160 100 100 100 do. do. do. do. do. do. b3 .860 blO b30 .810 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 82* 100* 69 50 Cleve A Tol RR. 60 Nor k Wor RR. . . 97 Clev, Co AC.. snw 121 50 Panaraa RR. ,M0 112* 11 N Y Cen RR Ill 100 do b60 111* Ml tic a and Mining. SrjTDAT, March 6?6 P. 11. The leading feature In the mining Mock market on Saturday waa the improvement In Cumberland. Some 4.300 aha re* changed handa at the Stock Exchange, cloa in? at 88 It waa held at 84 at the Mining Board. Gardiner Gold ia held an eighth higher : the aalea at the Mining Board were at 1%. Lehigh continoea Arm at the improvement of J^. The aale on Friday waa at 8^, and not 8J<, a* emraeonaly reported. A boar aale of 60 Poto mac at the Mining Board at 3X will not hare much effect in in-lacing a decline, ao long aa the acconnta from Ten- i j nenaee continne favorable. Undeay haa been Improving daring the lad day or two . at the Mining Board yeater 1 day 6,900 aharea aold. cloaing at 80e The aalea at yeater | day 'a Stock Exchange were 71 Pennaylvanla Coal, cloaing i I at IMH: 100 Dolly Htde Copper at ?X; 700 North Oar? lina at 4; J, 885 Parker Vein, cloning at 8 S? , 1,175 Pliealx Coal, doting at 0; 200 MeColloeh at TV; 100 Ulster at 1 % ; 1.900 Lehigh at 8%; and 10 J Gold Hill at 8 %. The bids at the Mining Board wor<> : ? For Cumberland, 83; for Parker Vein, 8%; foe Phenix Coal, 5%; for New Jer sey Zinc, 0%; for Ulster, 1%; for Potomac, new, 1%; for Norwich, 11; for National. 28; for Windsor, 4; for Pit too, 1%; for Vanderburg, Sc.; for Ripley, 3%; for Al gomah, 4 % '< for Phenix Gold, % ; for Rutherford, 1% ; for Gold Hill, 3%; for McCulloch. 7. We ent the following intereattng statement of the re ceipta of coppcr, iron, and silver ores at Saalt Ste. Marie, from the Lake Superior mines, for the year 1858, from the Lake Superior Journal Copper. 7bnr. Pounds Cliff mine, F-agle River 1,351 326 jninnesotu mine, Ontonagon 700 1,000 North American mine, Eagle River 185 876 Northweat mine, Eagle Ilarbor 161 848 Copper Falls, Eagle Harbor 70 1,468 National mine, Ontonagon 42 638 Northwestern mine. Eagle Harbor 32 144 Siskowlt mine, Isle Royale 19 437 Norwich mine, Ontonagon 28 1,425 Forest mine, Ontonagon 85 1,875 Iale Royale mine, Portage Lake 15 1,783 Adventure mine, Ontonagon 11 1,12*1 Riilge mine, Ontonagon 11 1,419 Aztec mine, Ontonagon 10 512 Toltec mine, Ontonagon 5 933 Portage mine, Portage Lake 6 1,023 Pitta. k Isle Royale mine, Isle Royale. . 8 1,728 Douglass Honghton mine, Ontonagon. . . 4 699 Bohemian mine, Ontonagon 2 603 Ohio Trap Rock mine, Ontonagon 2 246 I'erby mine, Ontonagon 2 *'?"! Phenix mine, Eagle River 2 1,729 Fulton mine, Eagle River 2 1,276 N. Y. k Mich, mine, Copper Harbor .... ? 1,821 Ohio mine, Ontonagon ? 1,001 Meadow mine, Eagle River ? - 600 Iron Skipped in 1853. Sharon Iron Works, Marquette, 442 tons and 1,990 lbs. of blooms; 206 tons and 97o lbs. of ore. Marquette Iron Works, 867 tons and 1,877 lbs. of blooms, 200 tons of ore. Making in the whol*. from both works, 809 tons iin 1 1.877 lbs. of blooms; -Wo tons and 975 lbs. of ore. Amount qf Silver. Lake Superior silver mine, Michipicoten Island, C. W., one barrel, one keg, and one box of ore. This is practical, and does not admit of controversy. We have reason to believe ahat the amount of silver oro that will be shipped during the coming season will be very large. A portion of the ore received by the Lake Superior Silver Company has been sent to the great Eng lish smelters, Johnson and Maltkey. and that Arm offers JCPO sterling a ton for the ore. We believe that more ad vantageous offers have been made on thU side the water. MINING BOAKD. 1200 shs Lehigh Zinc ... . 8% 400 shs Gard'nr O'd 2'* 50 Old Potomac 3% 1000 Duchess 811. .blO IX 5000 Lindsay W50 90c 200 N Carolina 4 200 do c 80c CITY TRAJDB REPORT. Saturday, March 4?6 P. M. BsKADfTrm. ? Flour varied little. The day's move- 1 ments consisted of 8,400 bbls. : sour, at 97 12% a 87 37% ; superfine No. 2, at 87 87 % a $7 56k; ordinary to choice j State, at 87 81% a $8 12%; mixed to fancy Western, ! at $7 87% a 88 18%; and other grade* at proportionate i prices. Canadian waa unaltered. Southern favored | buyers. The day 'a transactions reached 1,300 bbls., at $7 87% a 88 25 for mixed to straight; $8 31% a 88 60 for favorite; and 88 60 a 99 60 for fancy, per bbl. Ex- t tra Richmond city was worth 810 50 per bbl. The stoek 1 of all kinds of wheat flour comprised about 128,000 bbls. Fine rye flour was in demand at 85 50, and held at 85 76. About 130 bbls. Jersey corn meal brought 94. Wheat waa i more inquired for. The day's operations embraced j 8,000 bushels red Southern at 91 82; and 1,000 do. white j Long Island at 91 88. Rye and oats were unolianged. Corn was rather cheaper. The day's businesa comprised ; 28,000 bushels, closing at 84c. a 85c. for damp Jersey; 86c. a 87c. for mixed; 86c. a 88c. for yellow; and 88o. a . 91c. for white, per bushel. Cwton. ? The day's sales amounted to 2,711 bales, as I follows: ? For export, 1,914 ; home use, 256; and on j speculation, 542. Market firm. FKKKMm ? Rates to Liverpool were steady, with en gagements of about 200 or 300 bales of cotton at 7-16d. to 11-lGd.; 2, COO bbls. flour were engaged at 4s., and 200 bbls. lard at46s. per ton. Grain was at 15d., in bulk; 200 boxes bacon and 200 bbls. lard at 60s. per ton, per steamer Andes; and 150 bbls. lard, per Collins' steamer, at 60s. To London. 1,600 bbls. rosin were engaged at 5s. To Ha vre, 200 a 300 bbls. flour were engaged at 05c.. while wheat was at 24c. There was no change in rates to Cali fornia, which were dull at 60c. a 66c. per foot measure ment. Provisions.? Pork varied little. The day's sales reach ed 430 bbls. new at 916 87% a 916 for mess, and 918 37 % a 813 50 for prime, per bbl. There have been 286 packages pickled shoulders and hams disposed of at for mer quotations. The day's transactions in lard add up 300 bbls., at 9%c. a 10%c.. and 300 kegs at 11c. per lb. Beef was pretty brisk and steady: the day's business in cluded 450 bbls, at unchanged figures. Butter and cheese remained about the same. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAY. FOR8ALE. V'VW'V %. v-v VVVVN^AA WV./-iA'WVA.'VVVV\VVVAAA.'VA,V\'WV I AAA ?FOR SALE, IN NEW YOST CITY. 'jptJU V/.U" Ave hundred thousand dollars worth of ; n al estate, in various sad good locations, unencumbered; also, several fine dwellings In Brooklyn: also, soveral farms, located in New Jersey and New York States. Apply to G. | . RODINSON. Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer for | Real Estate only, 86 Nassau street, rooms Nos. 4 and 3, up i ? tairs. <tl OK AAA ? ' TO HOTEL If EN? FOR SALE IN , ?IplZu.UUU. New York, lease of stock and furniture > or an extensive, and one of the most fashionable, first class | botols, located on Broadway; one ditto for 940,000; on* ditto , for 83*', 000; also, one of the best located downtown hotels. , one ditto, near Broadway, 926.000: also, an excellent ( business botel, on Fulton street, 910.000: and a fine hotel down town, 86,000. Apply to O. A. ROBINSON, K Nassau street, up stairs. AAA ?FOR BALE-LEASE AND FURNITURE JpDiUUU. of a fashionable first-class boarding house, handsomely furnished, and filled with high priced boarders; , also, one for 96,000? both looated on Broadway. Satlsfae- 1 tory reasons given for selling. Apply to G. A. ROBINSON, 86 Nassau str**t, up stair*. dM AAA ?THE CHEAPEST PROPERTY IN THIS JpTC,UU"? city at private sal*. ? That handsome new tnr*e story and basement hous*, with two lots of ground, each lot 25 and 27 feet front, situate on the Fonrth avenue, corner of iEghty-fourth street. The house is bailt in the best manner, with marble mantels, sliding doors, handtome front pisssa. Croton water in the honse, Ac. Terms easy. 1 Apply to E. DE MOTTE, No. 17 Spruce street. <fl?Q KAA ? F0R SALE, LEASE, FIXTURES AND JpO.t/UU. furniture of one of the most splendidly fitted up oyster and dining saloons in N*w York, located on a corner of two mat thoroughfares, doiag an extensiv* busi nes*. and will be sold a great bargaia. Apply to G. A. ROBINSON, 85 Nassau street, up stairs. d>Q OA A F0R A SPLENDID FARM OF FORTY-FIVE ijpO.AluU ai res, in perfect order? Five acres wood, new one and a half story dwelling, barn, eow sheds. Ae. Choice i fruit of all kinds, near railroad depot, and thirty-five miles from N?w York. Also DUO other farms, in every seetion of the country. For sal* on easy terms, by A. SERGEANT, 15 Wall street. <fc9 AAA ?FOR SALE-LEASE, STOCK AND FIX ipiiUuv/. tnres of a flue grocery and liquor stor*. on one of tbs best corner*? location up town? doing a good busi ness. Leas* of hous* and stor* has flv* year* to run. Ap piy to O. A. ROBINSON, 85 Nassau stre*t, up stairs. 47 AA ~TOR SALE-ONE OF TIIE BEST GROCERY I v/Vf# and Honor store in the lower part of the elty, near W*st street; also, a first rate oyster, drinking and lodg- i lag house, on W**t street, now doing a good bnsin***. Apply at th* United States Real Estate offlc*, 85 Chambers str**t. i (fel Kfi -SAND PAPER MANUFACTORY FOR SALE, tplUUf with all th* ntensils necessary to carry oath* business. The person purchasing caa make from 9o0 to 940 weekly, net profits. Th* person now in charg* will sap*ria tead all th* manufacturing. bTW. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. A RARE CHANCE-FOR SALE, AT A BARGAIN, THE stock and fixtures of a gentleman's famishing stor*, located at 84% Chatham str**t. Terms easy to responsible 1 parties. Apply to O. W. LOCK WOOD, Jr., 3H6 Broadway. Billiard tables for sale.? gkntlemen wish- j ing to purchase a superior article will pl*a*eealland*x amine onr superior stoek on hand, suitable for publia or prt vale use. GRIFFITH k DECKER, 90 inn street. , Brooklyn property for sale, by john h. SMITH, real estate broker, No. 50 Fnlton street. Brooklyn. ? Hons* aad three lot* oa Carroll *tr*et, between i Menry apd Hieks, 96.000; two on President, near Hioks street; n la e lots oa Degraw street, fourteen on Douglass, tea <-n Butler, six on Carroll, sixt*?n on Sallivaa, fonr on First Pike*. tbre* on S*cond place, eight oa Third plae*, nine on oartb iilae*, fnr-rt*en on Luquor street, five on Nelson, tw*atvwnr oa Dtkemaa. elev*a oa Huntlagdoa; two oa Hamiftoa aveane, near Nelson str**t , Xtf, in Bast New York, 090 in Uaioaville, slaty eight In Melvina. Money to loan oa bond aad aiortgag*; also, cas* paid for Brooklya property. Bear* for sale.? two or tbree bears and a pair of *agl*a tor sal*. Apply at the tieket otto* of Bcrnum's Mnraam. (COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SAI.K-AT ENrtLISH J Neighborhood, New Jersey, ht?d mile* from Hoboken, The property embrace! twenty (Ire aero* of excellent land, * spa< ion* an) commodloo* maniion, WiflO feat, containing tweWe room*, with under cellar and kitchen; the oat baild ing* are noraerons, comprielng a two-atory farm honae, larye V am, ? table*, carriage home, granarr, ice honae, (tiled.) ?hed*. and other small bnilding*, all In good order. The fronnd* are wall atoeked with a large assortment of frnlt reee. grapa tint*, and a choice colUotion of shrubbery; there I* alto an ornamental Sowar garden, with a handsome rammer honae. The aitaatloa 1* high, commanding an i tensive view of the *nrroundlng country, and a new plank I road from Hoboken pa*?e* the property. For term* apply at No. 5 Bearer itreet. COAL TARD FOR SALS? OK ELEVENTH AYENUE, between Vorty-third aad Forty fourth itreet*, with horaa. cart, aad fixture* Term* easy. Iaqulre on the I remise*, or of J * SIMPSON, 73 Thompson atreat. DR Co" STORE FOR SALB-JMTUATRD 1 I IT A THICKLY settled and growing neighborhood; ha* been in operation nit Bin* months, daring which time It ha* don* a good 1 mine**, which can be doubted in three moath* by personal ? t taction, which the r> resent proprietor haa not been able to give It. A mo?t *atlsfactorv re*?on will he given for cell ing, and to a caah customer It will be *old M a bargain. Addrcaa W J., Herald oftee. IpjtECUTOR 8 SALS. ? A 8PL1NDID FARM, FORMER J I j the r?*id*nee of Ramtoa Biirtla, Raat Cheater, it t rated oae mile and a half from Tnekahoe, and three mile* Iron the New Roohelle depot*, containing R4 acrea of geed l*ad. la a high state of onltteatioa, aad weR watered, oa which there la a good honae and all neee**ary oat baildlnxa, tbrae good orchard* aad faacy fralt tree*, aad 1* beaatlfnuy *itn*ted, commanding a fine view of l.eng faland Sound. If t rold hjr private aaTe before the 9th of March. It will tbaa 1 r S< Id hy auction at 1 J o'clock, at the Merehaata' Kxohaage, tt all street, by WM. H. FRANKLIN A SON. Abo. at I rirete a* la, a small honae aad ten acreaof Drat rat* meadow Iriid . with frnlt traaa, in aame locality. For farther Infoma ti a apply to Peter B. Oerean, 74 Forarth street; Seaman R. Fowl< r, M flrand street: James Wooding. 82* Hwdaoa etreet, or t? l>e?id J. Bnrtla, oa the premise* 8 RA MAN BURTIS. F.xaeator I" lOR SALE ? THE HOUSE AND LOT NO. CI BANK . htreet The hoaaa i* ? by 46 feet, with aaoloeed piaaia *4 ven feet wide; led S bf M fleet, with gaa chandeliers Ac. F ?th room, f?rnare. A*, la aaatplete order I a an ire at ? Inltua afreet, oa the premteea / 0 FERRIS. FOR H.\LE. Farm for salr-in new jrrsey, on thekTEN t r?l Railroad, within twu hours dietance of N#w York, i detaining twelve acrea of land, a garden and orchard well ?tocked with oholce fruit, neat cottage, barn, (table, Ac. Price 92,100. Possession tan be obtained immediately If de tired. All particulars on applioation V> GEORGE 0. AN DREWS. Real Estate Agent, No. 6 Tryon row, room No. 7. FURNITURR FOR HALE ? A SMALL FAMILY, GIVING up housekeeping, will dispose of their furniture cheap. Address at one*, Furniture, llerald offioe. For sale? toe stock, fixtures, ac.. of a houae furnlablng (tore. The adrertUer offer* for iala a well known hone furnishing bard and wooden war* store, In ono of the beat-locations in the city. Inquire of BEN1IAM, W H 1TNEY, A CO., 272 and 272X Pearl street. For sale? five valuable lots on broad way , corner of Sixty second street. Apply to CAMPBELL A CROWELL, jfe Broadway. JflOR SALE? IN WILLI AMSBUBO, A MODERN ' three story and basement brick bouse, finished in the )>est manner, with all the modern improvements. For far ther particulars inquire on the premises, 149 South Ninth street, or to JOS. S. PAYNE, 204 Greene street, New York. FOR SALE-THB LEASE OF THE STORE 634 BROAD way, from the 1st day of May next, for three years, to gether with the seeds, fixtures, greenhouse and plants con nected with it. Also, seven large green and hot houses at liarlem, on Eighth avenue and 116th street, being one of the largest collections in the United States. Gentlemen about erei ting greenhouses and wishing to stock thorn, will now find an opportunity to do so that may never occur again. The lease or the store and stock of plants, sends, Ao.. are now offered during the present month to any respectable seeds man. After tne 1st of April the store will be let for any other purpose, and the whole stock will be sold at aubllc auction on tne premise*. Those wishing to examine the plant* oau take the Harlem car* to 126th street, where they will always tind conveyances ready to carry them to the place. Ill health is the only reason which induces the subscriber to relinquish this delightful oceupation. T. Dl'NLAl* Seedsman and Florist, 634 Broadway. For sale? five acres of land in the vil lage of Newtown, L. I., on the road to Jamaica, five miles from Williamsburg ferry. Also, a building plot, 66 leet front by about 200 feet deep, containing all kinds of fruit and shrubbery, with a new harn, stablos, So. No house. BENJAMIN ALBRO, No. 6 Eldridge street. FOR SALE? THE LEASE AND FURNlTtRE OFONE OF the best saloons on Broadway, with a four-story build ing attached; a rare chance for making a fortune, the pro Brtetor b< in^ obliged to leave the city. Apply at No. 191 cade Ltreit, or address M. P., Broadway Pott Office. For sale? the stock and fixtures of the first class *aloon on the northwest corner of Forty-llrit street and Sixth avenue. The store will be let for a moder ate rent. The whole will be disposed of on such terms a* will offer an inducement to any person wishing to engage in the business. The upper part, suitable for dwellings, can be had if desired. Satisfactory reason* given for tolling. Apply to Q. B. SMITH, Ne. 191 Wert street. FOR 8ALE ? A THREE STORY BBICK HOUSE AND lot, No. 122 Eighteenth street, between Irving pUoe and Third avenue; house 2.V . by 52 foot deep, built in the best Banner, with all the modern improvements. Apply to J. >1. DENNIS, on the premises, from 8 to 10 A. M., ana 2 to 5 P. M. FOR SALE? THE FURNITURE OF A LADY'S BOARD iug house, richly furnished throughout, between Canal and Prince streets, three blocks from Broadway. Inquire of WM. WITTERS, 167 Canal street, by letter or otherwise. For sale at morrisania? a handsome two story Gothio cottage, with six lots of ground on Washing ton avenue, at present occupied by F. W. Greenough. In quire of JAS. TIEBOUT, Fordham, or of DANIEL KARR, 42 Dey street, New York. For sale at fordham, westchester county? A lane and handsome bouse, with about an aoro of ground, full of choice fruit trees. Inquire of JAS. TIEBOUT, Fordham, or DANIEL KARH, 42 Dey street, New JTork. For bale cheap? a three story attic and basement house 87 St. Mark'* place ? prioe 99,000; alt the modern improvement*, with tho carpets and ga* fixture* complete. The parlor* are frescoed, Ac. 94,000 can remain. Three story brick house in Thirty-ninth street; price 93.760 ? 91.000down. Other houses for sale and to let. Inquire of S. P. TOWNSRND, 82 Nassau street, up stairs. For sale or to let? the thrbe story base ment bouse, with modern Improvements, 181 Thompson street, a few doors from Bleecker. Apply to M. LIVINGS TON, 53 Broadway. _ For sale? an elegantly furnished and well established wine, liquor and segar saloon, in a fine location. Price, (including stock, houae furniture, Ac.,) $1,800. Pays 9290 for month. Also, land in Pennsylvania for sale. Address Invalid, Broadway Post Office. FOR 8ALE? A FRAME DWELLING HOUSE AND lot, located on 124th street, near Eighth avenue; alto a rear lot, if required. Terms very moderate. Inquire at 100 Broadway, basement office. For sale? a three story and basement house on Twonty-sixth street, near Fourth avenue. Lot 20 by K feet 9 inches, at the low prioe of 96.6U0, if sold soon. Also, a number of fine houses, in good locations. Apply to E. B. K1NSHIMEB, 319 Fourth avenue, from 8 to 10 A. M. and 3 to 7 P. M. For sale? the house and lot no. 20 tenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues; lot 21 feet 6 inches front, and rear by half the blook; house 21 feet 6 inches bySHfeet; brick front, two stories, basement and attio, and now in first rate order. Apply on the premise*, after two o'clock, to LEMUEL VALENTINE. j For salr-gorocery store in sixteenth ' ?treet, stock, good will, fixture*? everything, 9700? fine looation. doing large business; also, grocery stand to let on Hudson street, an elegant location for trade; rent 9450; few better cb&nces. Apply at 102 Nassau street, room No. 9. THOMAS A CO. For sale-in east Brooklyn, a two story frame house with stone basement, situated in Grand avenue, 50 feet from Myrtle, with lease of six years from next October. Will be sold cheap for cash. Call on the premises, from 10 o'olock to 2, Monday and Tuesday. For sale? a china, crockery and glass ware establishment located in a city of this state con taining 15,0(10 lnbabitants, and no other store of the kind. A very favoruble opportunity is here offered to a young man having 93,000 or 94,000 to invest. Address Pluto, llerald office. FOR SALE? THE HOUSE and lease of lot no. 1S9 Ninth street, second house from Broadway. The lease is from the trustees of the Sailors' Snug Harbor, at an annual ground rent of 9160, and baa fifteen years to run, with the usual oovenant for renewal. For further partlou lars, inquire of JOHN J. B ROWER, 312 Pearl street. For sale? a first class four story brown stone house on Fourteenth street; offered at a bargain. Terms easy. Also a brown stone house on Twenty -fifth street, near Fourth avenue; also a three story house on Twenty fourth street, near Fourth avenue. Apply to E. B. KIN SHIMER, 319 Fourth avenue, from 8 to 10 and from 3 to 7. FOR 8ALB? THE UNEXPIRED LRASR OF THE OLD established publie house and bowling alleys, known as the Grapes, 27 James street, doing a good business. Apply on the premises, or to PLUME A YARANCE, 13 Chambers street. For sale at a bargain? a small three story and basement brick house and lot, nearly new, with iron railing in front, grate on first floor, Croton ana waste pipe on every floor, and privy connected with sewer and Croton Aqueduot. Inquire on the premises, 74 West Thirty -third street, 116 feet west of Broadway and Sixth avenue. Priee, 93,600. /"GROCERY STORR FOR SAME? THE STOCK AND \JT fixtures of a grooory and liquor store, in the lower part of the city, oheap. Apply at 76 Duane street. Gates AVENUE property for sale CHEAP ? Those two beautiful three story, basement and sub cellar frame houses, filled in with brlek. and built in the most substantial manner throughout, with carved pillars, splendid plaataa, court yard in front, 21 feet, parlors arched, and folding doors in basement and second floors, with ga* throughout, (ituated on the eorner of Gate* and Franklin avenues, Brooklyn. Stages pass the door ever/ five minutes for the Fulton ferry. Lots 40 feet front to eaen houae. Alio, one lot adjoining, 24 feet by 100. Terms easy. Apply to A. 3. CROWELL, No. 45 Fulton street, Brooklyn, L. 1. INDUSTRIAL HOME ASSOCIATION, NOS. 2 AND 3 ? An acre lot for sale in the former at a discount from amount paid in. A good chance for any one about to join. Also a half acre in the latter. Address Village, Herald office. Look at this-for sale, a neat three story modern brick house in Thompson street, near Prince street; a splendid modem three story brick house in Nine teenth street, near Third avenue; two cerner houses and lots on Sixth avenue; also corner dwelling and store on Seeond avenue, and 200 other houses, for sale by A. SERGEANT, 15 Wall street. - VflLLINERY FOR SALE? THE GOOD WILL AND JXL fixtures of an old established millinery business, near ?Rfcdway, which haa been successfully conducted for many years, I* offered for *ale on reasonable term*. For further Information address A. B., Chatham square Post Office. Three houses for sale in brooklyn-on the north side of Gates avenue; the fifth, sixth and seventh bouses west of Claston avenue. Lots 22 by 85 feet; housee brick, 22 by .16 feet, three stories, basement and sub cellar, and finished in modern style. Stages from Fulton ferry pass the property. Two thirds of tbe purchase money oan remain on bond and mortgage, if desired. Apply to 8. B. TURNER, on tbe premises. IIORSK8, CARRIAGES, *iC. Fob sale-two fast horses, wagon and harness. The owner ia leaving the city and has no further ni<e for them. Apply at the atablee of WILLIAM ! t'AWANS, 98 Mercer street. ! For salr? a bat mark, seven tears old, aonnd, and kind; weuld suit wagon, cart, or anything. Cnn b? Men at 145 Houston jtrcet. Fob sale? a paib of first qualitv dare brown horns, wall trained for family an; alao a good i ookaway. hsrneee, Ac. To l>e aold together or separately. Any parion wanting a first ml* establishment will plana* call at THOMAS N0RR1S' stahle, 118 Clinton place, (Eighth street,) nay day fcafora 1 o'clock. P?>B SALE-PRICE J3.000 ? A PAIR OF HORSES; ONE ? a dark hrown, !\k handa, very faat; the oth?r a hand itomo ba y . 1A)4 handa, time in harneaa 2 SO, eaoh withent fnnlt or blemiah ; two road wagons; on* alelgh, eaek canabl* of being rigged for doubl* or aingle driving; ok* set of double nad two iota of stngl* harn***, hood*, halter* and olotha for atnbl* or rond, and all the nacessary articles for n gentleman who desire* an **tabllahm*nt perfect In all it* appointment*. Everything attached to th* establlshmsnt i* In perfect order, and i* cold l>y th* present owner for want of n*e. Can b* ae*a by lnquring at David Barton'* stable, Washington al ley between Fifth av*nu* ind University pine*. FHfOR SALE-A SORREL HOr'seT FIFTEEN HANDS ? high, ieran year* old, s*und, and kind In harneaa, and a first rate aaddle horee, price |12S. Alao, a light boggy wa gon and harneaa, pri*? $75. Apply at THOMPHONMI ?table, 111 Eaat Thirte?nth atr*et; PHOR 8ALE?JT PAIR OF SORREL HORSES; ONE IS A faat one; the other wonld unit an espreaa wagon or a doctor; they are in 6rat rate donditfon. will be aold cheap, na the owner ha* no nse for them. They ean be teen at the stable. 124 Eighth street, near Siith arena*. W^HAGON FOR SALE -A SECOND HAND LEATH eilton liussv wagon, with high aprlng cushioned back and ?lidin JWlt for two or fonr person', in good ranning order; veiTCsubstantial, and soluble for a doctor or an In valid. Vey cheap. Price |M. Apply at Disbrow's Riding School, 3$ Fourth aveane. CO Al>. RED ASH COAL. 8POHN AND LBWIS VEINS, BT th* itnc - Th* trad* are respectfully advised that th* auk*' rlbers ate prepared to supply, hi greatly iwerea*ed quantities, this highly celebrate* article of ooal, from their ?lata at Belment and Cambola. on favorable term*. d* llvered on board vMMll at Port Ri?kmond,or by oanal from Port Carbon. a F. tVlBR A CO.. 78 Walant itmt Philadelphia WHITE AND RED AflH COAL? LEHIGH, (THE product of tb* Lehigh Company, namli*d with other coals.) white aah Sohuylklll, and th* peaoh orohard, from th* moat celebrated vein*; al*a, Cumberland. eaaaol, and Liverpool orrel.of the first qualities, all at lavMt mark*t price HENRt REETE. M Murray street, comer Canal and CMtro, and Mmt Jan* and W**t ftmti T Km A BITS' REGISTER. Auctioneers, ac.? tolet by this month, week, or single isle, the I urge exhibition room* lately occupied by the National Academy of Design, No. MS liroadway, op foaite Bond streut. A first-rate location for spring sales, squire of H. R. CUMMINGS, U Na.aau street, or ok the premises, 4 ?"'??'-""-''r "'-"M ??* ??enne ^Rent ^PWmU? " Apartments to lit? from this day to may lit, at a very low rent, vis. :_parlor, bedroom, and kitchen. Apply this morning at 126 West Broadway. BROADWAY.-TO LIT OR LEASE, THE TWO FIVE story brown (tore* and dwellings, between Twenty fifth and Twenty-sixth streets, opposite Madison square; upper part arranged for a family boarding boarding house. For terms and particulars enquire of CHAS. KINO, 1S1 Maiden lane, or Edward J. King, 147 Water street, or of K. H. Ludlow, No. 11 Wall street. COTTAGE AT RYE NECK TO LET OR FOR SALE.? A new Oothio cottage, with about one acre of land, situ ated on the Bolton turnpike road, and near Long Island Sound. It is twenty -three miles from New York by the New York and New HavenRailroad, and seven minutes walk from the railroad depot. Inquire of T. S. SHEPHERD, Nos. 29 and 31 Gold street. Furnished house to let. - three story brick, with all the modern Improvements, and In good order, well furnished; will be let for one year from May, with Im mediate possession. Situate up town, west side. BILLING A TUCKER, 43 Walker street, a few doors west of Broad w?y Hamilton avenue, south Brooklyn? to let or for sale, the three story briek store and dwelling house No. 44 Hamilton avenue, second block from the ferry. The store Is handsomely fitted np with oountcr. shelves, gas fixtures, Ac. Rent 9460. Apply at D. C. SEXTON'S real estate offloe, No. 38 Hamilton avenue. HOUSE8 AND STORES TO LET OR FOR SALE.? PRO perty owners or persons having bouses, stores, or apart ments, furnished or unfurnished, to let, lease, or dispose of, would do well to register them at my office, as the constant api'licatiotos would furnish immediate tenants. B. W. RICHARDS, Real Estate and House-letting Agent, 3U7 Broadway. 10 LET.? HOUSE AND STORE TO LET, 456 EIGHTH avenue. Inquire at 337 1 very, In the tin store. Masonic.? to let. the new lodge room on the corner of Broadway and Bleecker street, for one or two evenings in the week, from the 1st of May next. Apply to JAMES 0. POWERS. 101 Murray street. Manufactory to lease.? a large stone building, forty fert square, three stories high, with a three story dwelling and extensive outhouses attached, near New York, on the New Haven Railroad ? one of the most de sirable places for a furniture, carriage or other large fac tory. JOHN B. MURRAY, 12 Wall street^ STORE AND DWELLING TO LET? AT 61 WALKER street near, llroadwuy, west side, either together or separately. Rent moderate. Possession at once. Apply on the premises. Stores, lofts and offices, to lease? store basement 321 Rroadway, 25 feet front by 105 feet deep; second floor store No. 321 Broadway, 25x96, corner of City Hospital; third, fourth and fifth floors No. 321 Broadway, 25x96; offices Nos. 15, 16 and 24 on premises of No. 333 Broad way. Apply to GEORGE P. FOX, corner of Broadway and Anthony street. SHOW ROOMS TO LET? IN THE BEST PART OF Broadway, No. 575, opposite Metropolitan Hotel, from the 1st of March. The entire second floor, two rooms of which are capaolous and admirably adapted for millinery, jewelry, Ac., purposes ; also, two bedrooms with the above, if required. Apply between 10 and 3 o'clock. STEADY STEAM POWER.? TO LET, LARGE ROOMS, well lighted. In the new building 499 Water street, ex tending to South street, between Pike and Rutgers streets. Inquire as above. SUPERIOR LOFTS TO LET, FOR MANUFACTURING purpobes.? Two lofts, of large site, to rent, with steam Kwer, situated immediately at South ferry, Brooklyn, ey are remarkably well lighted, warmed throughout, and amply provided with gas; a most desirable location for al most any manufacturing purpose; rent low to a good tenant. Apply at 30 South William street. New York. STORE IN GREENWICH STREET, TO LET.? THE building 218 Greenwich street, between Barclay and Vesey streets. For terms apply to CHARLES H. ATKINS, 212 Greenwich street. STORE TO LET? NO. 930 BROADWAY. IT CAN BE extended to about 200 feet ; one story suitable for a car riage or furniture repository. Apply to J. CRAM, SO Union square. TO LET-BASEMENT NO. 29 BKEKMAN STREET, 90 feet deep, well lighted front, roar and side. Rent 9500. Alto, store, basement, front half of third and fourth floors of No. 24 Beekman street, all 86 feet deep. Rent of store $1,260, basement $500, half of third floor 9300. fourth 9000. Also, the fifth story of No. 33 Beekman street, (entrance No. 29,) 100 feet deep, well lighted front, rear ana side, particu larly adapted to light manufacturing purposes. Rent 9000. Also, a four story store and dwelling, No. 429 Fourth avenue, third building above Thirtieth street. Rent 9650. Inquire of JAMES CONNER * SONS, No. 29 Beekman streets. TO LET? HOUSE, STABLE, AND THREE LOTS OF ground; garden oontains fruit trees of different kinds, with grape vines, situated on eighty-second street, between Second and Third avenues, north side, Yorkville. Rant 9200 per annum. Improvements would be made, if desired. In consideration of an additional rent. Inquire of H. DE RAIMES, 73 Maiden lane, up stairs. TO LET? AT MELROSE 80UTH, WESTCHESTER CO.. N. Y., from the 1st of May, two new and well finished houses adjoining, two and a half stories and basement, with in four minutes walk of the Harlem railroad depot, with wood houses and good water. Rent 9260 each. Apply to V. B. PEP1ERRIS, 279 Broadway, N. Y. TO LET? A THREE STORY HOUSE IN MADISON street. No. 147, between Market and Pike streets, to one or two genteel families. Inquire of J. ALLEN, 355 Broome ? treet. TO LET? A LARGE BUILDING, WITH PLENTY OF A yard room, suitable for a great many mechanical and manufacturing purposes. A lease for a number at years would be given If wished. J. DENHAM, Eighth avenue and Tenth street. TO LET-SEVERAL SUITES OF OFFICES ON THE third floor of tha fine new building No. 78 Broadway, next to the corner of WaU street. They are weH lighted, and fitted up with gaa and every eonvanience, and if applied for immediately may he arranged to suit the lessees. Apply to JAMES S. SLUYTEB, No. 8 WaU street TO LET-THE STORE AND DWELLING 329 SPRING street, between Greenwioh and Washington streets, near Clinton Market; store fifty -fear feet deep. A good oppor tunity for a baker or grooer. Inquire at No. 8 Ferry street. TO LET-HOUSES AND STORKS 120, 190, AND 190K Division street; the three-story attic and basement house 84 East Broadway, rent 972a; the four-story house 450 Greenwich street; also parts and apartments of houses to good tenants. Apply to T. T. GIBBONS A CO., 406 Greenwich street. TO LET? THE SPLENDID BASEMENT, WITH A large cellar, in the house No. 685 Broadway, opposite the Metropolitan Hotel; also the upper part of the same house, composed of nine rooms, with bath and Croton water and small closets; will be let separately, or altogether. Apply only at L. J. DESCOMBES, No. 523 Broadway. TO LET? FROM THE FIRST OF APRIL, THE WELL known public or boarding house at Bast New York. It has 12 acres of land, with barn and outhouses. For further particulars Inquire at No. 77 Adams street, Brooklyn, of Mrs. C. HOWARD. r LET-OFFICES AND SHOPS IN FRONT AND rear tutldings No. 19 lleekman street. Apply to A. LIVINGSTON, 62 John street. TO LET? THE FOURTH, FIFTH, AND SIXTH FLOORS, each 100 by 25 feet, in the new building, 113 Nassau street, the rear buildlag on Theatre alley. The sixth floor has three large windows In the roof, and three front and rear. The centre of the other floors will receive light from a largo window In the roof. To good tenants a lease of three years will be given. Inquire of M. J. OILHOOLY, 78 Nasson street. TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, WITHOUT CHIL dren, the upper part of a genteel two story, attlo and basement house, consisting of the second floor, with bath rooms aad part of attie and suboeller. Refft9260. The lower part will be occupied by a small family. Address E. R., Herald office. TO LET-THE HOUSE AT THE CORNER OF HAM mond and Fat tory streets; a good stand for a family gro cery: rent 9VX). Also the house No. 67 Greenwioh avenue; rrnttWO. Apply to E. BLOOMER, 208 Broadway. TO LET, FOR FIVE YEARS, OR THE LEASE FOR sale? of one of the finest stores In Broadway, below Canal street; has two splendid show windows and is suitable for any business. Address Broadway, Herald office. mo LET OR LEASE? TOGETHER OR SEPARATELY, X for a hotel or for business purposes, aU the upper part and basement of building 567 Broadway, oorner of Prince street, west side, now occupied as a Art class boarding house. Also a large store in the best location in Broadway. Apply as above. rI,F,T OK LEASE LOW TO A FIRST-RATE TENANT? The whole of the third and fourth floor* No. 386 Broad way. Apply to N. A. FREEMAN, 2fc9 Broadway. TO LEASE FOR FIVE YEARS? THE FIVE STORY I rick itore No. 2UB Dnaoe etreot, fronting the New York end Eric Reilroad depot; a valuable bueinoee etand. It will i v put in enbetantlal repair for any heavy bueinoee. Apply i to K. JACOTH, 42 Harri'cn etreet, Real Eetate Agent. rLET TO MANUFACTURER?? THE THREE STORY , and baaement briok building, 90 feet deep, northweit 1 earner of 8ixU> avenue and Thirtj ninth etreet. immediately. Inquire of FRANCIS BLANCHET, 290SUth avenue, before # A. M. or after 8 P. M. j r LEASE? THE FIRST FLOOR, BASEMENT, UN dor collar, and part of eooond floor of etoro ?ontkaaet I comer of Broadway and Cedar itrMti, being SSW fcet front j on Broadway. Apply to M. PORTER, ?1 Liberty ?treet | TO RENT? A LAROI ROOM AT 900 BROADWAY, \ for ohnroh purpoeoa on Snndaye, and for military or ?? ; TO LET OR LEASE IN BROADWAY-THE UPPER part and baeement of tho four eiory bnildlag 142 Broad- < way, eaet aide, eecoad door north of Liberty (treat. Tho I lofte *e abont 28 ny 98 foot, and woll lighted; the baeement abont 28 by dfl. Apply to Job* Lloyd, 18 Naiaaa etreet, or 1 J. V. D. Wyekoff, on tho premieee. TO LET-THE TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING I honea, with baeement, attia and inb-cellar, No. 99 Hora- ! tio etreet; It ie now in good ordor, bat, if doeired, will bo pnt I In perfect condition, with now marblo mantola, paint, papor, I flagging to yard, Ac., Ac. Rent $300, in lta proeent oondi- I tioa. Apply to IIKNRV A. NELSON, 139 Front atreet, roar ofllco, aecond floor, from 12 to 2 o'clock P. M. TO LET OR LEASE-THE SIXTEENTH WARD HOTEL, No. 19ft Went Seventeenth etreet, near Eighth avenue. Inqnire of JAMBS R RYAN, 82 Eeeex etreet. TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY ONLY, THE SECOND floor .fhouea No. All Waehlngton etraat, aoneieting of rront and back parlori. largo pantriee between. and bedroom on the aaroo floor. Can be neon from 2 to 8 P. k. To LRT? TWO LOFTS. WELL LIGHTED. IN STORK No. sit Pearl etreet, roraer of Peck elip. For partlcn '?re, Inquire ?f JOHN j. RRO WER on tho premieoa. LET-IN A OENTEEL PRIVATE FAMILY, TO ONE or two gentleman, two roome. fnrniehod or nnfnrntehad. ?lth gee. Inquire at X 9 Wooator etreet botwoon Mooaker and Amity. r LKASE? FOR TWO YEARS, THE LAROE~ROOM 312 Broadway, on eoeond floor, euitable for a fancy or a ""or particular* inqoiro rf GRIFFITH tntrtlR, Ne.WAtiHmt. TEIARTI' REGHTIR. TO LEASE? A LAB (IK NEW CORN ICR STORE IN THE upper part of th# city. A first r?te stand for * grocery, frF'n creokery store. Rent moderate Apply r J IFSBJMS** 319 Fourth avenue, from 8 to 10 A U. and from J to 7 P. M. T? .A*T~AT WO ?d GREENWICH STREET. WK8T want.? JwS'r ' I u? etora, fAo i'osaaabion whoa J***)'*.. Ooo4 for clot hin z, Jowelry, or other ready money store fnnrth "?2? B0 comment. Inquire la tba atore, fourth houae above Warren street. ?eetbmtrabl* house. a fkwdoors .? nfmt-nr0?a?(i7.*7A. ? B,i^kor "?<??. rent J3M. with a r ,Vf,.)[lK. H ? , ft? J^*? next, sad furniture fat tale. S;d'Iute"n7Tenr*D"?kMr,nS " Pri?* Im ?* EICHARDS, 307 Brotdwtj TO LET? THE THREE STORY DWELLING HOUSE 2? Salt Broadway. Apply to Mr, FURLONO, 4M Broadway. TO LET-A BROADWAY STORE, WELL ESTABLISH ed? No. S(?. No one need apply mnleu the/ oan give security for the rent. If desired, the itoek can be had on six or twelve month* credit or oath, and the business wa he continued to very great advantage. UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOE SALE? IN TBI BEST location* in Brooklyn. Two large Drat claaa houaea, 54 feet front, lot 133>i deep, rsqairiag about $3,001) to fiaisb. Advance* will be made by the seller. Apply at No. 77 Mer chants' Exchange, New York city. TXTHOLESALE AND EETAIL STORES. LOFTS AND vT officcs, to let or leaie? The new live storybuilding 336 Broadway, 2Sxl00feet; second floor (tore No. 333 Broad way, corner of Anthony atreet. 25x57: No. 3S1K Broadway, ?tore 12Wx70 feet deep, with rear 30 feet. Apply to GEO. P. FOX, SO Broadway. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED. A HOUSE WANTED IN A RESPECTABLE NEIGH borhood, in the upper part of the city, to be used for a boarding house. Rani about WOO. Address M. C. B., Broadway Po?t Office. A NY PEESON HAYING A SHALL FABH FOB SALE J in t!.e vioinitv of Now York, may hear of a purchaser by addressing W Archer, (poat paid,) 88 West Broadway. atatlng price describing property, Ae. A *"HKR WHOLLY OE PAR wtV? ?nt would be taken in 1 ?d. with the privilege of taking three or four other board i tp, by a widow lady, poaaeaaing a small income, and with ut any encumbranoes. Location above Union sauare Reference* exchanged. Addre** Hoaae, Herald office atat ing all particular*. A PERSON GOING TO AUSTRALIA WISHES TO parohaae three or fonr daguerroaa initramenta, ooat - ing, boxea, Ac.; alao aome few hundred dollar* worth of atook, no matter if oat of faihion; will alio purchase new or ?ccond hand book*. A line addressed C. G., Herald office, will meet with attention. Firm or countby seat wanted? a small farm or oouatry seat, with noat house aad grounds, distant about ona hour, by railroad, from the City Hall, i* wanted; will be rented or purohaaed, as may he moat deal rable; muatnot be in New Jersey; Westchester oounty, or on th* Hudson river preferred. Addre is. with full partua 1ar* a* to location and term*, box 1,807 Post Offloe. Genteel apartments wanted.? feom $soo to $400 per year will be paid for aix or aeven rooms, ia aay deairable aituatioa, within one mile of the City Hau. Oaa, and bath desired. Family amall, and th* beat refereaca given aad required. Addres* D. W., Herald offloe. House wanted, on Brooklyn heights oe yi cinitj.? Wanted to purehaee or hire, a good subataa tial brick or (tone front houie, with all the modern improve ment*. Would prefer to hire. Addres* box 11 New York Po*t Office. House wanted? a two story, attic and baaement home, by a amall family, or the upper part of a two story house, to oonaist of front and back rooms, two or three bedrooms and basement; must have Croton water in. Address J. M., Herald office, stating location aad the lowest rent. WANTED? BY A BESPECTABLE YOUNO WIDOW lady, again* t the 1st of April, a room aad small bed room, for which she oould oaly pay six dollars a month, in a respectable bouse, or would be willing to teaoh on* or two little children English and Frsnoh for the use of suoh. Any one having them to let would hear of a quiet respoatabM tenant by addressing, for one woek, Julia, Herald otto. WANTED? A HOUSE OR SUITABLE PABT OP A house between Bowery and Ridge (treet, on either aid* of Grand afreet, from Heater to Stanton street* a conve nient and respectable house in a respectable neighborhood. Address R. LEHWESS, 64 Ludlow street. v WANTED ? AN ELDERLY GENTLEMAN, ENGAGMD in business down town, is desirous of obtaining part of a moderate sised house, with soma respectable private fami ly, residing in, or about taking a house near St. Mark's plaoe, from the ltt oi May next, where he could have his own room, (w liich he would furnish,) and take breakfast with the fami ly, and have accommodations and board for his aorvant. having recently lost his wife. He requires the oomforts of a home without the inoonvenience of a boarding hoaae; therefore non* but a private family, of social habit*, will be treated with. A not? addressed to B. T., box 2,864 Post Of fice, will bo attended to. WANTED? BY A SMALL FAMILY WITHOUT CHJL dren, on or before the 1st of May, a two-story aad attio or tbree-story house, with modern improvements of water and gas, within the following limits:? Houston, Maodougal, Fourth streets and Bowery. Any person having suoh a piece of property to let, lease or sell, on fair torms, will please address box 349 Post Office, giving full partlcnlars. WANTED TO PURCHASE? A GOOD HOUSE, IN THE city of New York, and in a good neighborhood. For a good house so altnatod a good customer oaa bo had. Also a honse in Williamsburg to exchange for one in the oity. Apply to BILLING A TUCKER, 43 Walker stmt, a few door* west of Broadway. WANTED? PAET OF A SMALL HOUSE, POB A GEN tleman and wife, in a respectable neighborhood, west ildeof the city, and below Troy street. Please address, stating terms, (which must be moderate,) B. S., Herald office. Rent not to exceed $15J. PUBLICATIONS. in nnn COPIES IN TEN DAYS.? UNCLE TOM 1U.UUU eclipsed by the Lamplighter, th* most exfra rdinary and thrilling tale of modern times. This is the universal testimony of the newspaper press, aad the vordiofe of the reading pnblio. We have been utterly unable to flU our orders, so great haa. been tho demand for this groat Americas romance. The foUowing are samples of the opin ions of the corps editorial : ? We have no heaitation la proaouncing the Lamplighter ono of the most original, interesting, graphic and Meeting tales that has lately appeared. We predict for it a salo and popularity equal to the most sascessfal of modern romaaoe*. ? Daily Evening Traveller. Boston. For deUcate aad forcible deUneation of character, this work is hardly excelled.? Boston Journal. The Lamplighter will shed maay a ray arouad flresidoa and in hearts, where now H may be there is mash of dark ness aad despair.? Daily Boo, Boston. The Bfe of Little Gerty, as portrayed in the Lamplighter, is as deeply affeoting as the best sketches of Dickons. Few persons having eommanoed this work will ho willing to pat it aside until they have gene through. Tho author, whoever the may be, has no reason to withhold her name, as tho book would do credit to any writer.? Daily Advertiser, Boston. The Lamplighter teaches importaat truths, which caaaet be too frequently impressed upon the minds of aU ; aad ao one can study its instructive and fascinating pages, without being made hotter by its kindly influenee*. Its author haa evidently a highly cultivated and refined, as well as an origi nal and imaginative mind, and writes with the ease, the olaosical correctness of diction, and that ohoiee seleotioa of terms, which indioate the good English scholar. In this respect the Lamplighter is much superior to Uncle Tom's Cabin, whose inclegancies meet us at every turn. ? Boston Daily Atlas. It Is one of the most affecting and interesting tales that has ever been issued from an American press.? Daily Tri bune, Providence, R. I. This book developes a variety of characters, some of then aa deeply affecting as tho best skstches of Dickens. Little Gerty, Blind Emily, the good Lamplighter himself, Willie Sullivan, and others, are drawn by ao unskilful hand. Wa will not, however, forestall the reader's pleasure by a sketch of the story. It Is a book which wUl be generally read, aad we are sure it will not flail to give great pleasure to its read ers.? Evening Transcript, Boston. The author of the Lamplighter, whoever he or she may be, has struck a note which will find a response in the pnblio heart. It is a book which is destined to become a great favorite with the reading pubUc.? Daily Herald, Newnury port. We prediot for this book a great sale. It is writtea in that easy and graceful style which cannot fail to suit tho most fastidious taste.? Olive Branch, Boston. Here is a book which is destiaed to have a sale unequalled by any other, unless we may exoept Uncle Tom. It is a most thrillingly interesting and deeply affeoting work.? Massachusetts Life Boat. But we cannot multiply extracts. The voice of the pe riodical press is unanimous. Published by JOHN P. JEWETT A Co., Boston. Jewett. Proctor A Worthington, Cleveland, Ohio, aad for sale by all booksellers. EW CHABT OF SOUTH AMBB1CA, FROM TH1 equator to the sixty-fifth parallel of latitude, from tlx latest surveys, on a larger scale than aay geaeral chart yoi produced, with twenty-four plana of the principal harbors by CHAELES COPLEY, hydrographer, 189 Atlaatic stmt South Brooklyn. Captains will do weU to see this work before purchasing others. Price flvs dollars. THE NEBRASKA QUESTION? PUBLISHED THIS morning, la pamphlet form, price 25 oeats: ? 1. Sketch of the Missouri Compromise debate; 2. Daniel Webster's Me morial oa the Missouri Comprosaloe; A History of tho Texas Aaaexatioa; 4. History of the Oregon Organisation; 1. His tory of the Comnromises of 1*30, 6. Seward's Speech, 11th Maroh, 1M0; 7. Report of Senator Douglas on the Nebraska Question ; H. Speech of Benstor Douglas oa tho Sahtoet ; 9. 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SPRING MANTILLAS ? TO WH0LK8AI.I B0TBB8 Thaanbaoribor r??poutfnlljr aaaouneat that hU Importa tion* and manufactures for the preaaat ipring trada ara now ready. eamprialnn an unusually attractive rariaty of noral tic a in mantlllaa, talmaa, vtaittoa, mnBlara. Ao, to whiah ha invitca tba attention of merchant* from arary Motion of tha Union. GEORGE BULPIN, Pariii Mantilla Emporium. 961 Broadway.^ SPRING IMPORTATIONS. ? WM. NEU8TADTBR. M John atraat.? Ladiaa' dreaa tcimminsa. Scotch, Uanaaa, Fraroh, and Swlna amhroldarad lacc gooda. MATRIMONY. Vf ATBIMONY MADB BA8V, OR HOW TO WIN A / 1U loTor ? Profaaaor Lawton. Roaton. formarly af bo?*ia. ' 'ill ??nd to any addroaa. o* moaip* of ota dollar, part paid, Slain diraetlona to anabla tadioa and gentleman to via tha tti tad affeotiona of aa many of tba nppoaita mm aa Mr h< aita may dwdra. The pracaaa U to aimplo, bnt ao eaptirat lag. that all may ba marriad, hrreaportlre of ana, appaar - ' aneo, or poaUloa; and laat, thomah net iaart. it oaa ba arraag , ad with noh aaaa aad deUea?yihat datootian la impoaaibl* I Adilreaa Prahaaar Lawtoa, Roaton. Ha<> No tetton MM I from tha Part OM aalaaa tha poataga it paid.