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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
MONEY M4KKET. Monday. March 6 ? 5 P. M. At the owning Una morning the stock market was quite buoyant, and there was an active disposition to pur chaae, at an improvement in prices. At the Brit board Canton Company went up Si percent; Cumberland Coal, X , Phcnix Coal, Erie Railroad, *?': Harlem. S> ; Nor wtch ant Worcester, Reading Railroad, I; Michigan Central Railroad, 1. Cumberland wa? the farorite, but operators for a rite purchase principally on lime, buyer a option. Parker Vein was steady to day, with large sil <?? Reading Railroad is moving upward and gaining strength as It progresses The purchases are mostly on Philadel phia acoount During the past week or so, th?Te has not been much doing in the stocks of western railroad com panie*. Holders are not disposed to sell, and conseijuently there U no activity. They are Arm at the advance pre viously quoted. The market generally exhibits no now feature, and there are at this moment^ no indications of tiny important movement one way or the other. The in flation so far has been slow aud pretty steady. It is, therefore, more likely to be permanent. After the adjournment of the board the following sales of stocks and bonds were made at auction, by A. H. Nicolay ? ? *5,(>iX> Chicago and Mississippi RR 2d mort 78 5,?)<)0 do. do. do 78 1,000 Canandaigua and Elmira RR 2d mort 85 U 4,000 do. do. do. 8ft 9,000 Mich. South. RR., Jackson Rranch, 1st mort. 84 14 3,000 do. do. do. do. 84 ^ 9,000 Toledo, Norwulk and Cleveland RR. do 89?f 20 shares United States Trust Co 102 65 do. do. do......... 101 80 do. Rutgers Eire Insurance Co 87 1? 10 do. Lafarge Fire Insurance Co 70 10 do. do do 75 40 do Hamilton Fire Insurance Co 74>f 20 do. Empire City Rank 91 30 do. do. 91V,' 5 do. Bank of the Union 65)J ?5 do. Union Iron Co 98 80 do. Empire Stone Dressing Co 83 60 do. Delaware, Lackawanna anil Western RR.. 81\ 4 do. Hudson River RR 89 200 do. Buffalo and New York City Railroad.... 40 The earnings of the Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana railroads for February were: ? Passengers and uiail $45,141 Fre'glit and miscellaneous 23,741 To'al $11,800 Farii'nga in February, 1853 53,890 Irkrease, equal to 56 per cent $33,000 In tho early part of February the Erie difficulty cut off a large portion of the freight business on a chain of roads of which the above roads are links. Otherwise the gain would hare been much larger. The earning* of the Michigan Central Railroad for the month of February are thu? rendered from an authentic quarter ? Patvntjrrt. Frtiyht Mittrttansmu. 7W al. 1854 $40,91(3 OS $44,056 24 >4.525 00 $90.398 19 1853 15,087 89 20.933 03 4,025 00 40.045 92 Increase. . . $25,829 06 $24,023 21 $500 00 $50,362 27 The opening of the Great Canada Western Railroad has l>een the principal cause of tho great increaae in the oarningtt of the Michigan Central Railroad Company. Tlie current operations of Treasury Department on the 3d of March, were, of Treasury warrants entered on the books of the Department : ? For the redemption of stocks $102,892 16 For the payment of other Treasury debts. .. . 9,221 59 For the Customs 64.617 36 Covered into the Treasury from miscellaneous source* 177 20 For the War Department 26,107 62 For the Interior Department 9.984 51 The Raleigh Star gives the following as the full award or the loan of $500,000, just completed by tlie Stat" of North Carolina : ? Carpenter, Vermllve & Co $30,000 (Jam man & Co 125,000 A M Burton ? J V Wilcox T Huflin. ...... J. ltaard, Com; ' W A Myatt.. 6,000 10,000 8.000 43.000 1 000 Ale*. John 1 John I G. La A. E K J. Thorn Cun xurhnn rnliardt 5.000 2. 000 diver. . . . I0,im>0 25,00<> 1,000 .on 236,000 Total $500,000 The whole amount of bids was $2,600,000, the larger portion from this city. Those successful were at 104.5 to 105.52, averaging 104.26. A law has passed the Legislature of New Jersey, and received the sanction of the Governor, permitting the taking seven per cent interest in the counties of Essex, Hudson, and the city of Paterson. In the other counties of the SHate, the maximum rate will remain at six pe ? cent Spurious bills of the denomination of three dollars, par porting to be upon the Farmers' Bank of Kentucky, are in circulation. All three dollar notes purporting to bo Upon that bank are spurious. The Farmers' Bank has no three dollar notes. A bill regulating the interest on money has patted the Legislature of Mississippi. It authorises any rate Of interest not exceeding ten per cent, which may be agreed upon between the parties to be charged. Tbe aanexed statement exhibits the average condition Of the leading departments of the banks of this city during tbe week ending the morning of Saturday, the 4th day of March, 1854 ? Nrw Tom Cm Bauks. SinXt Loam. 8p*eie Circ'tion DrporiU American E* $ .4,816,323 613.686 338.983 4.773,455 Atlantic 616,921 36,105 102,213 307,218 Amerire 3.670,183 $99,627 130,943 2,686,912 Commsroe 8.049.887 721,473 Commonwealth .1,241,498 112 247 New York 2,786,8* 67o!oi2 North America . . 1 ,686.066 136,966 State qf N. York.4.061,940 497,413 The Otfion 338,514 32,404 The Republic.... 8,228. 114 800,478 Bowery 1,193.220 86,742 Broadway 1.859 742 01,421 B and Drovers ?m. 669. 691 160,772 5>ntral 391,952 24,124 Chatham 688 605 81,078 Chemical 1.897,650 275,836 Citizens' 688.098 52,364 CI*/ 1,868,780 106,971 Continental 2,647.950 236,360 Corn Exchange.. 998.318 63,360 East River 660,730 66.269 Eighth Avenue.. 138.200 18,774 Empire City.,... 666.163 40,800 ?uIt?n 1.626,334 108,402 Greenwich 006.622 26.418 Grocers' 608,228 69,363 Hanover 1,200,626 63,966 lining 576.288 88,150 Island City 845,428 81,116 Knickerbocker . . 616,948 26,446 athet* Kaauf. . 1,866.270 161,033 ihattan 4,174.854 484.268 *ne 741.206 103,768 _srket 1,174 396 97,006 fechanics' 4.261,116 801,647 lech. Bg Aaso. .1.282.01$ 87.823 iech & Traders' 626,310 66,290 ercantile 2,071.686 218,606 lei-chants' 4.162,971 914,273 chants' Kxc .2.651,904 231 032 Metropolitan.... 8.064.462 486,883 National 1.606.407 140,836 Nassau 1.026 994 100.446 North River 1,161.863 69,686 N. T. Dry Dock . 462.842 30.504 N. T. Exchange . 224.267 10,801 ?oenn 1,448.884 107.023 Oriental 468.812 30,224 F?ci6c 871,760 61.257 People's 761,006 92,736 Fbenix 2,738.060 308,246 Seventh Ward. . . 1,187.824 147,632 Shoe and leather 788,064 40.000 fit. Nicholas '. 596.068 89.366 ^ffolk 279.266 14,042 Tradesmen's ...1,814.077 71,060 ??">?? 2,709.806 281,736 2.856 3,411,040 77,003 1,021,297 801.265 2,471,850 82,643 1,252.345 694,180 2,748,086 03,470 06.160 113,0ft) 1,098,804 199.490 088,413 219.000 1,600,624 19.360 1,025,435 99.180 230,000 142.509 372,515 288.026 1,162,989 164,906 521,108 129,267 1,176,978 86,874 1,827.343 SHI. 798 602,184 113,394 446,416 93,245 73.551 107.864 497,800 188,039 1,075,598 183.397 885,680 03,916 1*0.129 124,853 95.285 89,071 624,166 670,437 460,068 142.121 307.577 269.106 1,013.420 449.591 2.464.220 100.130 663,122 110,466 809,025 310,473 8,567.662 265,687 868.428 122.391 619.626 120.844 1.071.268 262.257 2,896,692 178.376 1,016,211 07,960 1,756,123 128,918 ?66.283 109.061 236.221 122,157 120.004 147.174 05,015 115 806 136.026 082,506 817,035 108.668 04,410 814,822 246.627 606.746 407,358 194.607 1,814.468 198,660 690.801 122.208 86,637 88,233 244.106 440.280 827,539 07.696 710, 2"0 281.487 1,808,233 Total $94,568,421 10,660,400 0,200.830 61,076,675 Ihe condition of the principal departments of the New York city banks, at the close of each week within the la*t | ptx months, compares as fellow* Xrw Ton* Cmr Rum T*ant DrporiU. Circulation. Sxvcv 106,620.666 $50.01$, 171 $9 964.106 $12,174,661 07,800,614 60,410,766 0,510.466 0,746,467 06.562.277 68,166,712 0,451,045 10,654,618 03,866,807 57.317,658 0,424,786 11,102,651 02,386,068 67.681,808 0,427.101 11,810.047 01,741,838 67.602,060 0.654.204 11,268.048 j 01,106,847 67,646,164 0,617.888 11.880.602 00,100.680 67.612,801 0,666,728 11,860.286 00,002,766 66.812,334 0,477,641 11,940.026 00,140,640 67.068,661 0,621.666 11,281.012 80,128.006 57.066,760 0,678.468 10,266.602 87.887.278 60,068,674 0,464,714 11,890,172 85,167,091 66.748,720 0,888.549 10,909.264 63,400.328 68.386.462 0,800.850 10,866,672 89,062,630 56,600,077 0,402,169 11,771,830 81882,409 f.6,2M,007 0.287.620 12,828.676 88,717,422 67.446,424 0.161 449 18,-601.324 | 94,802,660 66,679,076 ^032,760 18,949.106 86,8*, 764 66.486,207 9,133 586 12,630,772 96.706,028 67.686,076 9,075,704 12,403,700 87, 806.073 68,312,478 8,939,830 12,1M,020 88.7C6.402 68,164,302 8,872,764 1 2,074,499 00,116,549 68,868,127 8,921.858 10,988,171 Jen 7, '64 90, 133,887 90,836,362 9,076.976 11,606 124 Jan 14... 00,010,012 r.8,306,966 8, $68 .344 11 704,480 00,068,738 69,071,262 8,005,235 11,456 168 80,760,466 M,?90,677 8,642,677 11 117 068 I 90,649,677 61,208,466 8,906,657 11,634.663 01,434,022 01,024,817 8,004,083 11,672,128 02,638,066 61,826,669 8,964,464 11,742,384 06,620,716 61,208,646 8 020,316 11,212.698 04,668,421 61,076,676 0,200,990 10,660,400 In each department there has been an Increase except in ?pecie The line of discounts begins to show a weekly augmentation ef some Important, and the aggregate is now within 98,941,100 of the highest point ever tooehed Py the hanking institutions of this city, and the total is than It has been since the 19th day of last Au fr\ ist n?e deposits reported in the last weekly statement fcsietdU an j amount previously returned, showing tbsg 1969 June 21 f Aug 9. . . Aug 19... Aug 20 ... Aug 27... Sept 9... Sept 10... Sept IT... Sept 24... Oct 1... Oct 6... Oct 19... Oct 22.. Oat. 99... Mot. ?... Nor 19.. Npv 19. . Nor. 99 . . Dm. 3. Dec 10 . . Den. IT... Dm 24. . . Dm. 91.. Jan 21 . Jan. 29.. fret. 4... let. 11... Feb. 19 . . . Feb . 26 . March 4 . Mj'ii: <r,pplv of monfj i* more tlnn e^unl to tl??? denatnd. (U'j.ai tni<nt of circtlation U alv. becoming more re but it U eoo*Merably In* in the total raow ? tl'au at the commencement of the weekly itate- , T! ? only falling off lias been In the item of , nnrt '<n Snturdar lsxt the amount on han 1 wailes* !.;,?? reported at any time aince the 22d of October The liimunition baa not been causod by l?r *0 ruts u broad, for the export* lately have been unu limited. The arrivals from California have not Wen very heavy lately, and the ?ub-trea*ury han kept np u pretty steady drain upon the bank* for the payment of duties. During the week ending the 4th lnat., the line of diiicounta increased $1,028,706: deposit*, $682,030; circulation, $280-515. and the apecle decreased in the same time $652,203. The Austin, (Texas,) JVeuisays :? The New York Pacific Railroad Company have deter mined to bid for the road through this State under the late law. They will deposit the $.'100,000 required as a forfeit. They will give a bonus to the State of $2,000,000 of paid stock, one-half of which is to be a permanent fund to establish a ?? Pease Universitv;" $400,000 of which to establish a lunatic asylum, and the remaining $000,000 for educational purposes generally. There are now forty-three railroad* chartered in this State, embracing some twelve or thirteen thousand miles of railroads ? on paper. The Legislature hus passed a bill oxtending the time of ascertaining the debt of the late Republic of Texas. The report of the Committee of Finance and Claims on the debts, resources, revenue and expenditures of the Com monwealth of Virginia, for the year ending Sept. 30, 1863, gives the annexed exhibit: ? Finanokm o? ViROi.fiA? Pi-sue I tor asd Rmocmm. Balance ol bonded debt in the hands of the public $11,867,271 00 Added since 1st of January. 1852 6,184,603 87 Held by Board of Literary Fund 1,167,673 50 Total $19,200,348 $7 If to the above amount be added $500, 000 on account of a guaranteed bond of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, on which the State will be compelled to pay the interest for an indefinite future, and which has thus ar become a part of the actual debt of the Common wealth, the amount of her obligation*, chargeablo with ntereet, will lie $19,700,348 37. Under the head of contingent liabilities are included ? hot the State, as co-obliger with various corporations, may become liable for, and also the sums that may here after be called for on account of authorized loan*, sub 1 scriptions and appropriations to internal improvement companies, whether organized or not. Tlie aggregate \ n mount has been reduced by the conversion of the guar nnteed bonds of the Chesaj>eake and Ohio Canal Company for $600,000, into actual debt: ? Guaranteed bonds (500,000 o(T) $3,406,874 00 loans, subscriptions ami appropriations to companies that have been organized, and on State account 7,750,730 45 Subscription to companies of whose organ i/ation no intelligence had been received on 1st Oct., 1853 2,010,080 45 Oct. 30. 1853. total contingent liabilities. . .$14,067,003 00 | " " interest bearing debt . . 10,709,348 37 " ? debt and liabilities $33,777,042 28 The resources of the State consist of $21,317,484 06 in stock and unproductive loans, and of $3,405,150 in pro ductive stocks in State banks, and $4,761,021 63 in rail road and canal companies and loans, making an aggregate amount of $8,256,171 63. Of this, $8,121,600 is put down as yielding on it 6 per cent per annum. The probable stute of the treasury at the expiration of the fiscal year, October 1, 1854, a balance of $180,553 62 in the treasury. The balance to tho credit of the sinking fund from its organization to the 30th of September, 1853. is $13,754 53. $1000 Indiana 2*'s. . 1000 Erie Income B* 7000 Erie Couv, '71 . 15000 111 Cen Bds.bOO 1500 do 3000 do 8000 III Cen Bs, priv 115 slis Tlienix Bank. 6 I>el & Hud < 1 Co.. 10 Bk Statu N York. lOContineutal l)k.b3 101 10 Home In.-ur Co.. 103 300 Canton Co 50 do 20 Cary Improve Co. 200 Flor & Keypt Co. 1200 Mor fc K Jt Stk. 000 do 400 do b30 230 Penn Coal Co ... . 107 1300 do b60 107* 200 New Creek CI Co. 2* 100 Nic Trans Co.. .b3 28 * Stock Exchangr. Monday, March 6, 1854. 100 shs Cumb Coal. . . 84 * 200 Parker Vein Coal. 8* 63 07 * 90 87* 8 6* 8 6 V>5?* 106* 113 106* 29 20* 8* 8* 4* 4* 4* 500 300 200 450 300 300 do. do , do. do. do . do. .1)60 . .s3 .810 ,b80 .slO 8* 8* 800 100 50 60 60 1<K) do 28'; do slO 28'. do b!5 28 * do l>30 28 * do 1X30 28 * do slO 28* 100 Cumb Coal Co. *60 34 500 400 100 2('.rt 100 100 1. 0 400 2iK) 100 K 0 do s30 34 do *60 33* do 34 do b30 34)4 do bOO 34* do slO 34 do blO 34* do 34 * do btiO 34* do bt>0 35 do b30 34* 8 8* 8 100 Phen Mining Co. . 6* 20 Cleve & Toledo RR. 100 >4 100 do 100 50 do b60101* 20 Erie RR 82* 150 do sfiO 82* 200 do b30 82* 100 do *10 82 * 250 do 82* 600 do 82* 300 do bOO 83 50 do s30 82* 100 do blO 82* 50 Harlem RR. . b60 57 * 280 do 67 90 Harlem Preferred 101 * 100 Nor & WorRR... 60 100 do 69* 100 Reading RR 83 200 do 83* 200 do 83-, 400 do 83 * 1100 do s3 83* 500 do M0 84 260 Hudson River RR 70 60 do 70* 160 do bOO 70 * 60 do atao 78* 100 Mich Cent RR,s90 107 50 Panama RR..bOO 114 25 do 112)4 100 do 112 * 12 Cleve It Pitts RR. 89 t5N Y Central RR..111 SECOND $1000SFrsn'o 10's s3 100 1000 Citv 5's, 60. s3 100* 4000 N IndlstMtGL 02 2000 do 02* 2000 N Y Cen Bd?... 04 6000 111 Cen RR Bs . 87 10 shs Ocean Bank. . 05 0 Hanover Bank ... 05 10 Bk of Commerce. 106 400 Canton Co. 60 100 200 100 160 100 brtO ,s60 .b60 .sSO . .b30 do do do. . do. . do. . do. . 200 Nlcar'a Tran Co.. 460 do bOO 150 do ?3 150 do 200 do 300 Gardiner GUI M'e. 100 Gold Hill Mine... 300 Phenix Mining Co 100 N Jer Zinc Co.b30 300 Cnmb Coal Co 400 do 30 30* 30 30* 20* 30 20* 28* 28* 28* 28* 28* 2* 3* T 10* 35 35* BOARD. 350_shs Cumb CI. . bflO 550* do s60 350 do 500 do 1)30 200 do s3 100 do s3 50 Nor & Wor RR. .. 50 do b60 200 Caledonian Mg Co M) Parker Vein CI Co 200 do bfiO 200 do blO 100 do b3 20 Cleve 'd k Tol RR. 100 Reading RR...sl0 100 do b60 100 do bl5 50 do 650 do b3 200 Erie RR 100 do b60 50 do 100 do b30 10 Mich Cen RR 100 Hud River RR. . . 60 Stonlngton RR. .. 35* 35 * 35* 35* 35* 35* 60* 59* 4* 8 8* 8 8 100* 83* 83* 84 83J< 84 82* 82* 82* 82* 108 70* 71 Mine* and Mining. Moinuv, March 6 ? 6 P. M The election of Mr. Douglas ti President of the Cumber land Coal Company ia still exercising a beneficial effect on the stock of that concern. It was held at 34\ at the Mining Board, and at the Stock Exchange sold freely at the close at 86 *?. Ix-high has again adranced and is in demand at 8),. Gold Hill continue* to improve, the sale* at the Mining Board and Stock Exchange being at %%, buyer 00. Accounts from the Gardiner Gold state that 100 tons of ore are ready for shipment. The bid* at the Mining Board were : ? For l'hceni.x Coal, 6^' ; for New Creek, 2% ; for Ulster. 1 )? ; for North Carolina. 4; for Forrest, 14, buyer 00; for Fulton. 1 X; for Mineral, V: for beep River, 86c ; for Rutherford. 1,4 ; for Lindsay, 70c , tic. MINING BOARD. 150 shs I>chigh Zinc. . 3,4 600 shs Parker Vein . . 8 1 60 Gold Hill. 3% 600 Phoenix Gold . . b30 80c. 100 do *00 CITY TRADE REPORT. Mompat, March t>? <5 P. M. AfHW ? Pome 40 bbls changed bands, at $4 a i 9? "6 for pearls, and 6o 03?4 a W for pots, per 100 lbs. Brbadrttitm.? Hour was depressed and cheaper. The j day's transactions amounted to 8,000 bbls., ordinary to j choice Stat', st 97 75 a $8; mixed to fancy Western, at i 97 76 a $8 OA W : and other grades at proportionate prices. I About 1,100 bbls. Southern fonnd buyer*, at $7 87 % ft ; ?8 12 for mixed to straight; 98 18S< a 98 37 X for favo rite; and 98 37 Ka 99 36 for fancy, per bbl. Rye flour > moved to the extent of 160 bbls., at 96 10 for fine, and > 90 60 for superfine, per bbl. There were '200 bbls. Jersey ' cornmral taken, at 98 87 H- Wheat tended downwards. I The day'* business embraced only 1,000 bushel* (i?n??ae white, at $1 97X', 2.500 Southern do., at 91 M; 800 Long Island red, at 91 M; and 1,000 Jersey do., at 91 70. Rye declined to 91 18, with sales of 0,8(M bushel* river at that price. Stat* and Western oats were selling slowly, I at 60c a 54c. per bushel. Corn depreciated considerably. The day'* movement* oonaisted of 52,000 huihels, at 83c. a 84c. for poor Jersey; 83c. a 86c. for Soother? and West ira mixed; 88c. a 86c. for round yellow; 84c. a 86c. for Southern white; 84c. for do. yellow; and 88c. for one very fine lot of 4,800 bushels Southern yellow, though this description closed heavily at our lowest quotations therefor. Cirnt ? There were offered at Allerton's Washington drovevard to day 3,187 beef cattle; offered during the week, 3.137 We subjoin the return for the week in de tail, together with the section of tb? country whence the supplies came ? /?"/ Cattle. Htadson Rirer RR 1,100 Wisconsin, on car*. . . . 64 Erie Railroa l 000 N York State, on foot 803 Harlem Railroad 119 ?' on car* 500 Pennsylvania, on foot. 135 Ohio, on car* 700 Kentucky on car* 304 Connecticut, on foot. . 84 f#*er SUxle Erie Railroad ? Swine.. 189 Harlem RR ? Sheep and Harlem Railroad-Cows lsmb* 304 and calves 10 Hudson River Railroad <? . Veal Calve* 140 ? Hogs 844 The fine weather to day was favorable for buaineaa in the vards The recent *torm* have made it hard tra ! veiling for cattle coming to the market on foot, but the number aeeking transit by railroad, it will he seen, I* a little In excesa of those of the prevlon* week. The mar ket 1* steadv a* to price*, and we are not called upon to materially vary the quotation* of last week About 160 heeves left over among the arrivals, It will be noted, are n lot of cattle from Wisconsin. Beef cattle, 98 60 a 910 60; cows ami ealvea. $80 a 906; veal calves, 4c a 7c ; Sharp, 94 a 919; swine, gross weight, 8c. a fltfe. The uumber of liog* sold at Alierton'* wa* 171. The of fering* at Hrowntng'* were 96 cow* and ealvea, and 3,827 sheep an. I lambs. The cow* and ealvea soil at from 980 a 900. ** in quality ; *heep at from 98 75 a 96 60; a lot extra brought from 97 50 a 910 60. Some light beeve* brought from 9M 50 a 910 50 per hundred At mar ket at (iHimlx-iliu's, (Hudson River Bull's Uead.j 260 lx eve?, 60 eo? ? anj calv.-s, 96 real calves, and 2,(60 sbsep ul Itmbi. The beeves sold at froui 8c. to 10c. per lb. Cows and calves from $25, $35 a >50. frlieep sold at from fi 7ft to 94 50 a $7, at in Quality. Veal ralraa brought from 6c. to 7c. On Hale at Morgan O'Brien's, No. 0 Sixth street ? 70 tiearas and 35 cows and calves. Sales of the former lit from $7 to $10, aud of the latttr at from $30 a $35 to $.ri9 per head. BICArtTOLATIOS. Biw* Cou-'i an l Caltys Sktep. Allerton's *2,137 150 3i>4 Urowning's ? 85 2,827 Cbambenin's 250 f>0 2,850 O'Brien'* 70 30 ? Total 2,467 330 6,981 Last week 2,724 441 7,348 Ptettaae thii week. . 267 111 1.337 Com ? Sales have been made of 109 packages Java, at 14c.; and 300 bag* Rio, at ll>?o. per lb. Oottoh. ? The day's sales comprised 2,503 bales, as fol Iowa For export, 1,034; home use. 630; on specula tion, 417; to arrive, 680. Market steady. Kwit.? We noticed sales of 800 boxes bunch raisins, at $2 86 a $2 90 for wet dried, and $3 12 H a $3 15 for dry do. , per bushel. Fionaim).? Rates to Liverpool were steady, with eon siderable cotton offering, about 1.000 bales of which was taken nt >?d. ; 160 do. compressed at ll-10d., and 300 to .'KM) S?'g Island, at ,^d.; 1,000 bbls. flour were engaged at 4s., and 30,000 to 40,000 bushels grain, at 14*d. a 16*d., a 16d., chiefly corn. The latter figure was for \rhuat in ship's bags, 1,600 bbls. rosin were taken at 4s a 4s. 3d. By the Europa, 360 boxes bacon were engaged at 50s. To Bremen.SO tons of logwood were engaged at 36s , 00 hales tobacco at %e., and 70 tons measurement goods at 32s. fid. There was no change to notice in rates to Havre, which were at about 06c. for cotton, and 24o. for wheat. To California rates were dnll, at 60c. a 65c. Hat ? Sales of 1,000 bales river transpired, at 86c. a 00c. for shipment, and 90c. 97)gc. for local use, per 100 lba. Iron ? The demand for Scotch was moderate, at $39 a $40 per ton, usual terms. Lim. ? The recent receipts of Rockland liare all been sold at very full prices. There was none left on the mar ket this evening, and quotations were considered quite nominal. Moij8K1B. ? There were 100 bbls. New Orleans purchas ed at 28c. per gallon. Oils. ? Most kinds were inanimate. We heard of salos of only 100 baskets olive, st $4, and 10,000 gallons lin seed, at Saturday's prices. Provisions. ? Pork moved to the extent of only 400 bbls new, at $16 75* a $16 87* for mess, and $13 26 a $13 37 * for prime, per bbl. Cutmeats were unchanged. Salon were made of 260 bbls. lard, at 10c. a lOJ^o. ; and #00 bbls. beef at former rates. Butter and cheese were as last noticed. Ra*L Kstais. ? Sales at auction ? By A. J. Bleecker ? 1 lot on 11th street, 025 feet from Broadway, 26x100.11, $350; 6 lots on do. adjoining, same size, $340 ; 6 do. on 112th street, in rear of above, $340. By James Cole ? Brooklyn property ? 4 lots on Clason avenue, near Df praw Htrcet, together, $1,675 ; 6 do. on Degraw street, between Washington and Clason avenues, each $280; 1 do. on Douglass street, between Washington and Clason avennes, $240; 4 do. on Rates avenue, near Reid avenue, each $277 60 ; 4 do on Quincy street, near Reid avenne, each $277 60. Ritx ? The day's sales embraced 300 tierces, at $4 26 a $4 62 * per 100 lbs. Sugars ? Sales were made of 400 hhds. New Orleans, part at 4*c. ; aud 150 boxes yellow Havana, at 6*c. per lb. Tailow could be purchased at 11 J?c. a 12c. per lb. Tobacco. ? Sales transpired of 50 lihds. Kentucky, at 7*c. a 8c. ; and 260 cases Ohio seed leaf, at 9c. WmsKBY. ? There were 660 bbls. procured, at 27c. for Jersey, and 28c. for prison, per gallou. 'Weekly Report of the New York Cotton Brokers' Association. Sales during the past week, 19,209 bales, vis. Export, 11,647; home use, 3.900; speculation, l,00fi; in transitu, 1,763. The Board voted that the market was active throughout the week, closing with a firm feeling, and an upward tendency, 'the stock on sale being light. The quo tations as revised establish an advance of *c. generally. The annexed prices wore adopted this day for the follow ing qualities by standard samples: ? NBW YORK CI.AflfUKICATION. JT. 0. Upland. Florida. Mobile. <? Haas. Ordinary 8 * 8* 8* 8* Middling 10* 10* 10 V 10* Middling Fair.... 11 11 11* 11 V Pair 11* U* U* 12* ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED KYEBY DAY, BOARDING AND LODGING. A SUIT or ROOMS ON THE SECOND FLOOR, FRONT, splendidly furnished, will be let, with fall board, to a gentlemen and wife without obildren;alao two (ingle room), for gentlemen, in the first class house No. 13 We*t Twenty second street. Nob* bat parties of the tlrit respectability need apply. A LADY, HAVING A FINK HOUSE IN BROOKLYN, is desirous of letting rooms to gentlemen, with break fast and tea and dinner on Sunday. The situation li plea sant, and is within a few minute* walk of the Hamilton forry. Any gentleman wishing to perfect him*?If in the French language will find this a good opportunity. Address Mrs. LA FORGE, 52 Carroll str*et. South Brooklyn. A HANDSOME SUITE OF FURNIBHED ROOMS TO let, together or separately, to on* or tw* gentlemen, , V ith partial board, if nooticary. la a private family ; th* : I (iu>< contain* ga*. bath*, aid all the modern lmprov* meets. Apply at 118 Warorlcy plae*. i A SUITE OF NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS, COM prising a parlor, with larg* bedroom attached, alio a , large tingle room, with grata, to l*t, separately or together, to fiiu-le pentleiuea. Breakfast **rved if required. Inquire ct 70 Franklin street, first boa** west from Broadway. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN BE ACCOMMO dated with a suite of aafurai*hed room*, with boird, n a pleasant situation and pleataat room*, la a small fami ly where there are bo ehildraa, at 18* Hudion street, Bear St. John's park A GENTEEL PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LIT GEN teel apartments, with board, to a family of foar or Or* persons. Reference exchanged. Apply at IS Lexington avenue. AN UNFURNISHED FRONT ROOM AND BEDROOM to let, to a gentlemaa and lady, with board for the lady. Apply-at 89 Charlton street, for obi week. A LADY, CONTEMPLATING TAKING A HOUSE near the Hamilton or South ferries, Brooklyn, forth* f purpose of furniahing breakfait and tea to a few Arst clan entlemen.ls de*irou* of meeting with parties who would e willing io advance three hundred dollars and r*e*iv* board for th* *am*. Unqur*tlownble reference glvon, or se curity if required. Addrea* X. Y., Herald offle*. A GENTLEMAN CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH A well fnrnUhed room, with breakfaat and tea, ia a pri; vat* family, where then are a* other boarder*, n*ar Brook lyn Height*, Are minute* walk from Wall *tr**t ferry T*rm* 9S or 96 per week. Addresa P. V., box 5,006 Post Oflice. A NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM AND BED room attached, at S3 00 per week; also, a baok room for S2 .10. and a small frost room for $2. Apply immediately at M8 Broadway, between Spring and Pri ace streets. A FEW SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE PLEASANT ly accommodated with flae rooms, and good board, al moderate price*. House coataina ga*. No. 80 East Broad way. SUITw J}?A RD.? x SUIT* ? *B? dianer ? Pri'vaL^JfCOND ' ' I Board.? a lady and gentleman can obtain a well furaixhed room, with board for the lady only, ia a house pleasantly located, containing bath, Ac., by ad dressing Norma, Broadway Poet Offlce, for three days. Pay meat of board required weekly la advance. Board? at broadway. desirable suits of rooms, with front parlors. Also fiae rooms for singl* ! goatkmcn, with full board. References exchanged. Board? with pleasant rooms, may be ob taln*d at 113 CllatoB plao*. | BOARD? GENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES, OR A few single geatl*m*a, eaa be accommodated with a 1 handsome parlor and bedroom attached, or (iagle rooms, with faU or partial board, at M Bleecker street, near Broad w?ar. k' Board-one or two single gentlemen can ! be aocommodated with a pleasant room, aad breakfast ii required. Apply at 72 Variek street, corner of Canal. JIOARD ? A GENTLEMAN AND LADY WISH A ) room aad bedroom with board, in a quiet neighborhood, rlvate family preferred. Terms moderate. Referenc* I given and required. Addresa. N, S., Herald oftce. Board.? a large, comfortable room, on the aeeond floor, very aaltabl* for two aingl* gentlemen, to let with hoard. Also, a single room. First olaas accom modation*. Gas, hatha, Ac. Inquire at 61* Variek atreet, M. John'* BOARD-WITH PLEASANT ROOMS, SUITARLE FOR ? families or lingle geatlemea: they are neatly furnish - ?d. and th* hoB*e ha* ga*. bath*. Ac. No. 13 Beach street "ROARD.? A SUITE OF ELEGANTLY FURNISHED I) apartmaat*. r*pl*te with every convenience for a genteel residence, also oae or two rooms saltabl* for slagl* gentle mea. eaa be had by apply lag at 131 Teath street, coratr of Fourth avenue. BOARD.-TO LET, WITH BOARD. A LARGE FRONT room oa th* *eeoad floor of a first class boast, near th* cnracr of Broadway and Blaeeker street. Apply to R. THOMPSON, rftS Broadway. Board -two ladies, occupying a fine large second story room ia oae of the beat boardiughou***, t ltaated between Broadway and Fifth avenue, would like to tnd a party, ageatlemaa aad lady, or two ladies either, to tnke too same from their hands. Price of hoard. $14, ia rinding Are. Beit of r*f*rea?e required. Addresa box 1,377 Post Olllce. Board in brooklyn.-a single gentleman. deairlag the comfort* of a home, eaa h* accommodated v ith a pleasant room and partial board ia a genteel family located near the Fulton ferry. Apply at 80 Naasau street, tear Pearl. Board in brooklyn.-a single gentleman w ishee to find a f-irnlshed parlor. If posaihle. with hod r< om attached, aad partial hoard. In a private family ia &. uth Breoklyn. A liberal price paid for good aecoamoda tioar. Koferencea exchanged. Addrea* 11. Z.. Herald ofllee B HOARD IN BROOKLYN -TWO SINGLE GEN TLEMEN < an obtaia a fine room, with board, In a bona* pleas ai 1 1 v situated, aad at a convenient distane* from th* 5- uth or Wall atreet ferric*, by addreaaing H.. Herald of t<e. with r*al name | B HOARD IN BROOKLYN. ? ON E OR TWO SINGLE *eatleaiea eaa l>* accommodated with pleasant rooms, in a reaper table private family, a few minutea walk from Fi.lt. n ferry, by applriagat 111 Sands street. T?rm* mode n te. Reference* exchanged. "I >OARD IN BROOKLYN. -TO LET. TO A GENTLE J > maa and wife, one or two haadsome front rooms with pi.ntrles and ga*. AI*o, a baaemeat. suitable for a physician II nee withla At* minutes walk of South an 1 Montagu* ferries. Inquire at No. 7! State atreet. coratr of II*ary BOiKUIKU AND LODGING. Board in Brooklyn.? one or two sinulk gentlemen ???> fee accommodated with pleaiant roami, In a re?peeteble private family, a few minutea walk from Fulton ferry, by applying at 111 Saads atreet. Termi mode iut. IK-fin-mea ? ?< ban '??! Board in south brooklvn.? vantid, a few boarders, at No 1*) 1'reaiiiout atreet, between Colombia and llicka atrrfta, where thay will have an agrceabla and plea?ant home. The houaa fa new and airy, aad aituated within three minntea walk of llamilton avenue ferry, and tea of S' uth ferry. Term* reaaonable. Board in south broklyn.? a fe w gknti,e men can b? accommodated with pleaaant roomi, with breakfast and tea, and dinner on Sundaya, at 90 Preaiden^ atreet, where tliey will hare an and pleaaant home The bona* it new and air/, and within three minntea walk of llamilton avenue ferry, and ten of South ferry. Terms reasonable. Board on Brooklyn heights, nkar fulton ferry. ? Two gentlemen can have a pleasaatly situated square room or bedrooms. Apply at 22 Willow street. Board wanted? for a gentleman and. his wife, in a private family or wljw? W but few l,oarder?? weat aide of the town. Terms must be moderate. Addreaa Houston, Herald office. Board wanted? by a lady and gentleman, in a priratu family, where there are no other boarders, between Canal and Fourth ate.. west of or near Broadway. Full hoard for the lady only. Board paid in advanoe, and no questions asked. Please address B. J., Broadway Post Office, giving partlculara, Ae. Board wanted? at any time between this and April IS, for a gentleman, wife and son, fourteen yeara old. A parlor and two bedrooms, unfurnished, will he required? $75 to $t$0 per month will be paid, and the gen tleman will dine down town, if more agreeable. Address S, box 2,1-90 Post Office, for one week. Board wanted? by a youno lady, in a re apectable private family, where there are bnt few or ao other boarders. References exchanged. Please address B. M. S., Herald office, stating terms. Board wanted ?two gentlemen want each a single room, with full or partial board; one la iht Vi cinity of Washington square, the other in Eaat Broadway or Henry street. Address, with terms, Ae., Herkimer, Union square Post Office. Board wantsd-by a gentleman and wife, in a small respectable private family, where ther are few or no other boarders ; tea only for the gentleman, exoept Sunday ; price not to exceed eight dollars per week. Please address Montgomery, Post Office. Board wanted.? a gentleman, with his wife and mother, wishes a parlor aad two sleepiag rooms, furnished, and pormanent board, from May 1, in a desirable location above Bleecker street. Dinner at ft P. M. ; gas and batha Indispensable. Address bos 3,308 Post Office, stating location and terms. Board wanted? for a gentleman and wife. A private family would be preferred. The gentleman, being au officer on board of one of the Atlantic steamers, will be absent most of his time. References exchanged. Ad dreaa R. K., Herald office. Board wanted.? a comfortable furnished room, for a gentleman and lady, board for the lady only, in a small family where there are no other boarders; wanted for a permanency. No objection to Williamsburg or Brook lyn, if near the ferries. Address Pope, Broad wav Post Office, stating location and terms, whleh must be moderate. Board wanted in Brooklyn? for a widow lady of very quiet habits, (with a widow lady preferred,) at a moderate price; board paid in advance instead of refer ence. Please address O., Herald office, whioh will be con fidential. Boarding.? a gentleman and wife and two single gentlemen mn be accommodated with good board and handsomely furnished rooms, on reasonable terms, aad where tbe conifortaof a home may be enjoyed; Apply at No. 14 Jones street, between Bleecker and Fourth. Boarding.? single gentlemen wishing par tial or full hoard can be accommodated with pleasant roomaiat 261 Third avenne. Boarding.? a private family wishes to let to one or two single gentlemen, a neatly furnished room, withont board. Best of reference given and required. Ap ply on tbe premises, No. 229 Spring atreet. COUNTRY BOARD WANTED? FOR A GENTLEMAN and bis wife, from the 1st of May, at some plaoe conve nient to the city, either on the Hudaon or East rivers. Ad dress W. H., box 1,013 Post Office. Furnished rooms wanted? aboye four tcenth street, for a lady and gentleman, board for the lady only. Payment in advance and no questions asked. Address Arthur, Broadway Post Office. Furnished rooms, with gas, etc., on the third floor of a genteel house on the Fonrth avenue, near Madison square, to let to gentlemen, without board. Familv private, and no moving on the 1st of May. Address Fourth avenue, Herald office. Furnished apartments.? a lady, living in the neighborhood of the Crystal Palaoe, would like to lot two rooms to gentlemen, without meals. To those con nected with the Palace It would be an objeet. None but re spectable parties, and those willing to pay for good accom modations, need apply. Apply at <>35 Sixth avenue, between Thirty-seventh and Tbirty-cignth streets. Furnished apartments.? handsome front rooms to let to single gentlemen, without board, at 133 Franklin street. No moving In May. HOBOKEN ? A gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen can be accommodated with board and pleasant rooms in a first class house, with modera Im provements. Private family. Apply at the southwest cor ner of Hndson and Fifth streets. PERMANENT BOARD ON THIRTEENTH STREET.? One or two gentlemen can obtain a furnished room, with partial board, in a private familv. where they can have every comfort of a home and agreeable society, with every net essary attention. Reference exchanged. Address 1). C., Union square Post Office. Rooms to let.? rooms to let from the first of May , with or without partial board, to single gentle men, In a modern built house, on the line or Second Avenue Railroad, below Twenty-tblrd street. References exchanged. For further information apply at 423 Broome atreet, after 6 o'clock P. M. Rooms to let.? a private family, occupying a three atory modern house, weat of Broadway, below Bleecker atreet, would let one or two rooms, either on se cond or third floor, to two gentlemen; breakfast aad Sun day mealarlven if desired. Terms moderate. Address D., box 2,943 Post Office. SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMODATED with rooms aad board; also, a large pleasant room, wl ich will accommodate a party of four gentlemen. Day hoarders can b? accommodated also, at 123 Chambers street. WANTED? IN THE UPPER PART OF THE CITY, by a respectable family, three rooms with board. Ad dress Z.. Herald effioe. Terms must be moderate. WANTED? A ROOM AND BED ROOM, UNFURNISH ed, for a lady aad her daughter, la a private house up town. Answer to Mrs. H. M., Herald office. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES. Ann AAA ?WANTED, A SPECIAL PARTNER, JPZU.vUU. with twenty thouaand dollar* ia caah, to inveat in an old eatabllabed aad highly lucrative buaineaa ia thii city. Partiee retiring. None bnt each aa have the roqai aite fanda need put themeelvoa to troable. Addreaa 0. Jonce, Broadway Poit Office, with fall name, which will meet with attention. 41 AAA -A young man with this amount tpl.UUU. deairee a aitnation a* ealeeman ia awhole aala or retail dry goode hoaae; ia well aeaaaiated with the buaiaeae, and eaa give the beat of oity refereaeea. He will lend the above amount to hie employer on good aeoarity. Addreaa W. D., box 1,1182 Poat Office. (fr QAA ?PERSONS situated in ant PART OP XOVvi the eoaatry, who woald like to engage ia a a aft aad pleaaaa* kusineaa, that will pay from $1,.VJ0 to $2,00Q per year, in aay good farming oonatry, oan bear of a Sae opportu nity. Tbia ia a rare ebanea for a peraon ia the country who baa tho above amount la caah or trade they wiah to diapoae of. Addreaa W. W. Ward, Herald office. COPARTNERSHIP.? THE UNDERSIGNED, T. SCHTL ling and B. Ploattaer, have, on the lat day of Jaaaary, 1.V4, aaaociated together, aader the Arm of Sehilliag A Ploattaer, avoeeaaora to A. Sehilliag, No. 136 Third atreet, where they will eontiaae manufacturing ayrnpe, oordlala, aad domeatio liqaora. T. SCHILLING. E. PLOETTNER. ''"?ft dollf WTh**' PARTNER WANTED? IN THE SHIP CHANDLERY buaineee, ia a well eatabllahed, goad location; an aotlve man, with a knowledge of the aame, preferred, with from ?3,000 to 16,000. Addreaa Merohant, Herald offiee. WANTED? A PARTNER, WITH PROM TWO TO three thouaand dollar*, to join a mechanic in a new patented article? the only oae of the kiad ia the Uaited State*, and of every day want. Addreaa or apply to F. J., MocLaaio. 7?'d Washington atreet, corner of Troy. Caaaot le aeea till after ti o'clock, P. M. WANTED? A PARTNER, IN A WHOLESALE MAN17 factoring buaineaa, with a oapital from *2,UU0 to (A. ODD. I The maanfactory ia now la aacoeavfnl operation, and doing well. The buelncea eaa bo made to yield a haadaomo fortune I in a few yeare, aad eaa be ealarged to any extent. The ob- I j.-ct la advertiaiag ia to get a young, active buaineaa man, of | Koo<l character. Addreaa W. 0. Van Hoatoa, Tribaae office. I WANTED-A PARTNER WITH PROM M)0 TO $1,000, to iavoat ia a aafe aad lucrative bnnineaa paying 11)0 i.er cent. A rare obance for aa enterprising young man with the above amount. Apply at 39 Marion atreot, from II to 12 DANCING ACADEMIES. Another new class for gentlemen? l. deo. BROOKES ia now forming a aow olaaa at hie aeaembly rooma. Ml Broome atreet, for Taeeday evening, oomtneaoiag at 7 o'clock. All the faehionable daacoa taught ia oae coorae of leeeone. . . MHORE NEW CLASSES.-BROOKES' dancing aca I demy, Srtl Broome atreet, between Broadway and the Bowery.? The pupila of the preaent aeaaea are making moat rapid progroea. beyond all precedeat. la oae eourao of lea aona are taught the polka, polka maaoarka. aehottlaohe, polka redowa, wait toe aad qaadrillee. The ladlee' afternoon claaa on Tneadaye aad Friday*, from 3 till 6 o'clock. Gea tie raoa'a dwa Toeedaya aad i'ridaya, from 7 till eleven P. M. Applioatioae for cither claaa or private leaaoaa received 'at rfVma. The aohool will continae open the wholo year. PHR 1TATE DANCING, OnO BKOA DW AY 7? "LADIES | aad geatlemen eaa no* join for a few leeeone. Pupila taught the acbottiacb, polka, ruilowa, or any dance deaired, aoparately, in a few leaeona. All appUcatioaa muat be made at 27 1 Bowery, bookatore, to R. Burntoa. EXPRESS AGENCIES. FOREIGN EXPRESS -EDWARDS, SANPORD A CO. reepectfull manouaoo that they are prepared to forward exprtae nackagMffreia New York to Liverpool, London, and alfpartaof Kngllad, Ireland, aad Scotland, twice a week; to Hnvre, Pari*, Bremen. Hambarg, Fraakfort, and all parte of the F.nropcaa continent, once a week; to Melbourne, Port Philip, Hydney, and all parta of Aaatralla, Van Dioman'a l and aad New Zealand, by every venae 1 eailiag hence or from England for thnae plaoea; and to Canton, Hoag Kong. Shaag I ne, Calcutta. Madraa, Bombay, aad other parte of the Eaat Indl.a aad China, once every two weoka. Office No. M Broadway. FURNITURE. tflSAMBLLED COTTAGE PHRNITURR -MATHBWJ A fi STACY, 614 aad MM Broadway, who roe aired lift me dale from the Cryatal Palace aad American Inatltate for the beat aalta of enamelled chamber faraltnre Invite the public to iiaalne their extoaatve itoA. Salt* with hair mattreae, i atraw paUtaaaea. pillow* aad boi jtera from HO | TESARWBKOIITEB. AUCTIONKERS^ AC -TO LMTMY THE MOMTH WBRR, or single .ale, the large exhibition mtu lately oeeupi3[ | by (he National Academy of Deeign, No. MS Broadway. op pcnte Bond street. A flrrt rate focaMf* for (prise s*l*a. 1 Inquire of H. R CUMMINGS, 11 Naa*a? street. or oa tkt ' premises. A large and beautiful hall to let. for ii u t. lie worship, on Sundays. Apply to Mr. BROOKES, on toe premises, 331 Broom# street. Apart of a house to let-the lower part of tho bona* No. 20 Kom itroot, consiating of two parlor* with pantries, front basemeat, two bedrooms in the attic, and privileges in the wash-house. Crotoa wate* ?*' Ath? conveniences. Inquire of C. KNO* I,'0. m FulUnatreet "Q BO* AT.? TO LET OB LBASB, THE TWO FIVB ? story brown etoree and dwellings, between Twenty filth and TweatysUth streets, opposite Madison square; upper part arranged for a family boarding hording house, for terms and particulars enquire of CHAS. KING, 151 Maidea lane, or Edward J. King, 147 Water street, or of B. H. Ludlow, No. 11 Wall street. 10 ? Broad^Jay ^Vp"" COTTAGE AT RTE NECK TO LET OR FOB SALE.? A new Gothic oottage, with about one acre of land, situ ated on tho Bostoa turnpike road, and a ear Loast Islaad 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, No*. 29 aad 31 Gold street. IjlLEGANTLY FUBNISHED PARLOR AND BBD !i room to let, Nft."15 Boad street, without board. Oeutle men of quiet habits preferred. The parlor oa first floor may be had for a dentist. N. B.? A good stable to let, la the rear. FUBNISHED HOUSE TO LET. -THREE STORY BRICK, with all the modern improvements, and in good order, well furaished; will bo let for one year from Mar, with im mediate posaessioa. Situate ap tow a, west side. BILLING A TUCKER, 43 Walker street, a few doors west of Broad way TjlACTOBY TO LBASB OR FOR SALB? BBICK I building, 80 by 50 feei, two stories, uafailiag water power, twenty-five acre* of land, And outbuildings; situated at Monroe Works, ninety minutes from thil city , a few yard* from the railroad depot. Goods can be sent by railroad East, West, North or South. Dr. M. PRICE MOORE, 77 Warr<ia street. House to let? a three story and basement modern brick house, twelve rooms and sub-cellar, la Powers street, east side, between Dean and Bergen streets, Brooklyn. Rent, 93fi0. The gas will be iatroduced if re quired. Inquire of E. AUERBACH, 84 John street, N. T., from 11 to 12, or at 127 Rirington street, N. Y., from 3 to 8 o'olock. HOU8I TO LET? BELOW CANAL STREET, WEST OF Broadway, occupied as a boarding house; oontains seventeen rooms, and has at present about thirty boarders; average price per week 93 AO. It is near the railroad depot, and a good location for transient boarders. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. Masonic.? to let. the new lodge room on tbe corner of Broadway aad Bleeokar street, for oae or I two evenings in the week, from the 1st of May next. Apply ; to JAMES O. POWERS, 101 Murray street. STORE TO LET? A LARGE AND ELEGANT STORE IN Beekman street, suitable for aa extensive business, with entry immediately if desired. Apply to JOHN A. FLAM i MER, No. 29 Beekman street, between 10 and 12 o'elook. STORE AND DWELLING TO LET? AT 81 WALKER street Bear, Broadway, west side, either together or ' separately. Rant moderate. Possession at onoe. Apply oa tbe premises. STOBEB AND OFFICES TO LET? IN CLINTON HALL, on Eighth street and Astor place; also, offices on second and third floors- Apply to EDMUND COFFIN, 30 Broad street. STORE TO LET IN BROADWAY.? THREAD, NEEDLE, comb and fancy goods store; stock, business and fix 1 tures, for 91 ,000. The lady retires in consequence of ill health. Inquire at 448K Broadway. Possession immediate ly. This is a chanoe not often met with. STEADY STEAM POWER.? TO LET, LARGE ROOMS, well lighted, in the new building 499 Water street, ex tending to South struet, between Pike and Rutgers streets. Inquire as above. SUPERIOR LOFTS TO LBT, FOR MANUFACTURING purposes.? 1 Two lofts, of large sise, to rent, with steam power, situated immediately at South ferry, Brooklyn. They are remarkablv well lighted, warmed throughout, aad amply provided with gas; a most desirable looation for al most any manufacturing purpose; rent low to a good tenaat. Apply at 30 South William street. New York. SHOW ROOMS TO LET? IN THE BEST PART OF Broadway, No. A75, opposite Metropolitan Hotel, from the 1st of May. The entire second floor, two rooms of which are capacious and admirably adapted for millinery, jewelry, Ac., purposes ; also, two bedrooms with the above, if required. Apply betweea 10 and 3 o'clock. TO LET? BASEMENT NO. 29 BEEKMAN STREET, 90 feet deep, well lighted front, rear and side. Rent 9900. Also, store, basement, front hair of third and fourth floors of No. 24 Beekman street, all 83 feet deep. Rent of store 91,280, basement |fi00, half of third floor 9300, fourth $400. Also, the fifth story of No. 33 Beekman street, (entrance No. 29,) 100 feet deep, well lighted front, rear and side, particu larly adapted to light manufacturing purposes. Bent 9000. Also, a four story store aad dwelling, Mo. 429 Fourth aveaae, third building above Thirtieth street. Beat 9650. Inquire of JAMES CONNER k SONS. No. ? Beekman streets. j TO LET? A THREE STORY HOUSE IN MADISON street, No. 147, between Market and Pike streets, to one or two genteel families. Iaquire of J. ALLEN, 386 Broome street. TO LET ? SXVERAI, SUITES OF OFFICES OX THE third floor of the fin* bow building No. 78 Brotlwty, next to the corner of Wall (treet. They art well lighted, and fitted up with gu udtTerjr convenience, mad if applied for Immediately may bo arranged to suit the leeeeoe. Apply to JAMES 8. SLUYTER, No. 8 Wall (tree*. TO LET? THE SPLENDID BASEMENT, WITH A large oellar, in the home No. 880 Broadway, opposite the Metropolitan Hotel; alao the upper part of the mm* honie, composed of nine room*, with bath and Crotoa water and small olosets; will he let feparately, or altogether. Apply only at L. J. DE8COMBE3. No. 892 Broadway. r LET? FROM THE FIRST OF APRIL, THE WELL known public or boarding lions* at Eaat Now York. It baa 12 aorta of land, with ham and ontbonaea. For further partienlara inqsiro at No. 77 Adam* atreet, Brooklyn, of fin. C. HOWARD. TO LET-OFFICES AND SHOPS IN FRONT AND roar bnildlng* No. 19 Bookman atreet. Apply to A. LIVINGSTON, 52 John rtreet. f|K) LET? THE THREE STORT DWELLING HOUSE 1 286 Bart Broadway. Apply to Mra. FURLONG, MS Broadway. TO LET? IN A GENTEEL PRIVATE FAMILY, TO ONE or two gentlemen, two room*, furniehed or nafnrnlahod, with gai. inquire at 909 Wooator atreet, between Bleecker and Amity. TO LET? TO A SMALL FAMILY, PART OF HOUSE 36 Vandewater atreet, conaiating of front and back rooms on second floor, with back basement. Alio a room in the | attic. For further particulars apply to MRS. SHEA, 70 CUE strut. J TO LET? AT NO. 984 GREENWICH STREET, WEST (ide, a neatly fitted up atoro, l?. Possession when wanted. Good for olothlag, Jewelry, or other roady money buainee*. The atreet needs no comment. Inquire in tho atore, fourth bouao above Warren street. r LET? TWO GENTEEL THREE STORY BRICK ' houaea on Fifty -eighth atreet, iuit eaat of Third avenue; rent 8300? and immediate poaaesaioa will he given. Theae are very eheap houaee. Alao, several new four story houaea on Thirty-third atreet, between Lexington and Third ave- ' nuee, rent, 8700. Apply to B. B. KINSHIMER, 319 Fourth l arenue, 3 to 7 P. M. TO LET? TO LAWYERS AND PUBLISHERS, SUITS of offices, second and third floors, 149 Fulton street, near Broadway. Jewellers manufacturing can hire fourth ' floor, now occupied for that busiaess. Two houses, with 1 atore s aad basementa, at Stapleton, Btaten I aland. Apply to W. COLE, No. 8 Ana street. I TO LET? THE STORE 100 NASSAU STREET ; POSSES aion immediately. A first rate location for any busi ness. Apply on tho premises. mo LET? THE TWO STORY AND ATTIC HOUSE NO. X 107 Salllvaa street, between Spring and Prince. It has , bath, gas, range, Ac., in gerfect order. Apply to A- M. k R. DA VIES, 3tf7 Broadway, or 196 Fourth street, near Mao dougal. mo LET? A MIDDLE SIZED HOUSE, COMPLETELY X furnished and havlag all the eoBveBioBciee of water aad gas, ob the First and Second A venae railroad, from May 1 till Hav 1 or November 1, 18SS, the oecupant goiag to Europe. Rent VpOO. Parties only who are disposed to hay the furni ture may apply ob tke premise*, 178 East Twentr -third street, betweea First aad Second aveaaea, or to 98 Liberty street, Bp stair*. r LET-NO 77 FRANKLIN STREET. NEAR BROAD way, the upper part of a house suitable for a tailor, dreMBtaker, or milliner. Kent 8400. Referenoo* exchanged. , Inquire from 10 to 12 o'elock. j T'O LET? THE THREESTORY AND BASEMENT | houses No*. 337 and 339 Fourth aveaue, containing about tea or twelve room*. In line order, with bath*, range*, K*i, Ac., very desirable for dwellings, physicians or'.den tiets' office*. Also, the corner store aad dwelliag corner of Twenty-fifth street and Fourth aveaae. Apply to E. B. KINSHIMER, 319 Fourth aveaue, from 3 to 7 P. M. TO LET? TWO HOUSES, ONE NEAR ABINGDON euuare, small, genteel, three story house, basement, on der< rllar, gas, Crotoa, bath rooms. As. Reat 84S0. Kin* tntdern three atory house, 22ft Wert Twenty-aeveath street, | t.otwi-ea Eighth aad N lath aveaue*. Uaa, bath room. At. Rent >00 from 1st March. Apply la Twenty ceveath (treet, from $ to ft P. M. TO LET? FROM THE FIRST OF MAT, TO A SMALL faatily, the ceeoBd floor of houi* ,W Broom* street, bo tween the Bowery and Chryrtle street Apply at the Coal Office, P9 Gold (trect. T) LET-THE SECOND FLOOR OF HOUSE NO. 384 Broadway .consisting of two large sited rooms aad a room adjoining, with Crotoa water. These room* aad location are suitable for almost any basiae** purposes Reat low. Poiiession immediately. For further particulars Inquire of A. C. MORRILL, He. 9 Chamber* street, up rtalra, from 11 A. M. to 8 P. M. TO LET-FROM THE FIRST OF APRIL, A LARGE and commodloa* house, near CheUea, States Iilaad, containing twruty-two room*, well adapted for a large fa mily or boardiag house, together with gardea, froit trees, carriage house. Ao. If required, from eae to tan acre* of lsnd caa be had with the preMtoes. Inquire of J. Travis, at Chelsea, or of T. BELLOWS, 90 Pla* street. TO LET? THE UPPER PART OF A HOUSE DOWN town; convenient for a sailor's boardiag bouse. Apply at No. 129 Washington street Rent 84W. mo LET-A LARGE BUILDINO. WITH PLENTY OF X yard room, suitable for a great maay mechanical aad manufacturing purposes. A lea** for a number of year* would be gtvea If wwhed. J. DSN HAM, Eighth BToauc, corner of Sixteenth street. TO LET-A BROADWAY STORE. WELL ESTABLISH ed? No. 0S3. No on* need apply ante** they caa give security for the rest. If desired, the stook eaa be had ob six or twelve moath* credit or caih, aad the buiiaeaa o A be eoBtiaued to very great advaatage. r LET-HOUSES AND STORES 129. 190, AND 190K Dlvlatoa street; the three-story attic aad baeemeat I house 84 Eaat Broadway, rent 972ft; the four-atory house ; 400 Greeawich *tre?t; alao part* and apartmeate of heaaee I to good teaaata Apply to T. S. GIBBONS k CO., ageata. j 406 Greeawleh (treet. rlHB LET-THE THREE RTORY HOUSE NO 4 RBOTOR (treet, initabl* for a boardiag house; alao, a harbor'* j (hop. Iaquir* of D. NEWMAN, 81 llroad (treet. I OX) LET-TEN COTTAGES, AT V A MONTH; ALSO 1 farme, from ob* to tweaty scree each, at Hyde Park de pot, directly on the Loag Island Railroad, (eveateea mile* (one hour'e ride) from Brooklyn. Apply at No. w Bfoaa way. up (ttlti. or at Hyde Park depot. TKN ANTS' IUEGI8TKB. To urr? tbi first and second stories or (tor* No. 00 William .treat, both large 1*4 wall lighted, n itable far dry goods, millinery and ?tr?w gooda, Ae. , or far in (arenas or railroad iHoh, Mug near Wall (treet Apply to V an Harden A Amor man. <8 William street. rLBT? A PART or HOUSE NO. 27 OLITIR STREET, between Chatham aad Madison streets. For partiua isrs apply oa tin promisee. TV"-;??., t LADT- 0R 8MALL FAMILT, A iuhoaM '"??Imbly calculated for a board f f,w *4* ?' "?? railroad depot uMsuni *1)1 area aad fashionable rssorta naar the city, where the raat oonld bo paid la board, rar parti culare address Country How, Broadway Port Oft?. T? UPPER PART AND BASEMENT OP A J. (mall genteel house, located within two eauarae at Broadway. To a good teaaat tba rest will be Apply at 39 Mario a atreot, from ? to it . * To iM, por five years, or roi rtiaa ?*? ?" ?f the lint (tore* la Broadwar b*uB J-aaal ? treet, ha* two apleadid (how wladaw^aad u alfiSuT for aay burinoee. Addrow Broadway, Berald oflna^^^ TO LBT ON EIOBTB AVENUE? THE LARGE EPA clone furnituro (tore aad baaemeat, No. SO-Joae af the best burin ess locations lathe avenna? between Twea *w?"*y-?rst (treau. Apply to ARTHUR DEVLIN, la front basement. ? TO LIT OR LEASE? TOGETHER OR SEPARATRLT. for a hotel or for badeeee parpoaaa, all the apper pari and b Moment of balldlng 007 Broadway, corner of Prince ?treat, wort aide, now oceapled as a Art class boarding hoaaa Also a large (tore la the beat location in Broadway. Anal* as abore. rLET OR LEASE? THE SIXTEENTH WARD HOTEL, No. 190 West ScTcateenth street, near Eighth area**. Inqalre of JAMES R. RYAN, M Essex street r> IB O* LEASE ? THE POUR STORY BROWN P5.* r0>* (tore No. 01 Cortlandt street, from the tret day of May next. It wUl be pat In good order for olothiag, 1th** Also, office sad two lofts No. 47 Pearl street, naar Broad. TO LIT OB LEASE IN BROADWAY? THB UPPER part aad basement of the fear story building 161 Broad way. east side, second door north of Liberty (treat. The '"f" jbont 23 i by ? feet, and well lighted; the baaemeat V0"1?^48: Apply to John Uoyd, 18 Nassau (treet, ar J. V. D. Wyckoff, on the promisee TO LIT OB LEASE LOW TO A F IRST-R ATE TENANT? The whole of the third aad fourth toon No. 385 Broad ?ay. Apply to N. A. FREEMAN, 289 Broadway. TO LBASB FOB FIYB YEARS? THE riYB STORY brick (tare Na. M Duane street, fronting the New York and Brie Railroad depet;a ralaable business stand. It will > e put In eulxtantial repair for aay hear; badaees. Apply toft. JACOTB, 42 HaunSoa (treat, Real Estate Agent. TO LBT OR LBASB FOR.A TERM OF YEARS? THE four (tory house assd atore 237 Twentieth etreet, be tween Ftrat avenne and avenue A, with a good cellar, aad is a first rate stand for I grooery. Apply to xHOS. BUTTER, 140 West street, eorner of Bnrolay. TO LBT TO MANUFACTURERS? THB THRBB STORY and basement briek building, SO feet deep, northwest eorner of Sixth arcane and Thirty-ninth street. Pesseesiea immediately. Inquire of FRANCIS BLANCHBT, 290 Sixth avenue, before 9 A. M. or after 8 P. M. r LEASE? THE FIRST FLOOR, BASBMBNT, UN der cellar, aad part of eacond floor of (tors southeast corner of Broadway aad Cedar streote, being fast front on Broadway. Apply to M. PORTER, 61 Liberty street. r LEASE? FOR TWO YBARS, THE LARGE ROOM 312 Broadway, oa saoond floor, suitable for a faney or a clothing salesroom. For particular inquire of GRIFFITH A DECKER, No. 90 Ann (treet. TO LBASB? FOR A TERM OF YBARS, A YALUABLB plot of ground, fronting on Variek and Graad (treats and within thirty-five feet of Canal (treet; rite 87 fee t 3 inchc( by 101 feet in depth. On the property there 1( a eub (tantial brick building, 00 feet by 80 feet in deptH. Apply to A. R. CUSHMAN, Kg Broadway, room No. 1*. TO LEABB? PROPERTY FOR LIOBT MANUFAC turing pnrpoees. strongly built, and will put in a light (tesm engine if required. Location good for epiee and cows* grinding, or any other light work. Apply to ANDBRSON Jt CARRICK, corner of Third avenne and Twenty-first st. TO RBNT-A LARGE ROOM AT 000 BROADWAY, for church purposes on Sundays and for military or other purposes on Wednesday evenings. with gariights, Ac. E. V. HAUOHWOltT. 501 Broadway. TO RENT? THB FIRST CLASS THRBB STORY HOUSB 425 Fourth street, (Albion place.) Will be put in com plete order, from cellar to attio, wish all the modern Im provements Gas, baths, wator clo(et(, rsnge and boiler, and painted throughout. Po((e(rion given tat eight day( notice. Inquire at 14 Pine (treet, thira floor, front olloe. TO RENT? IN CANAL STREET, A GENTLEMEN'S furnishing (tore, (even yeare established; very little espltal required. Also, an auction store, near Broadway; no objection to any other husinaM. Also, a conutry bowse and gronnd, plain snd neat; or for (ale. Apply at lBGrand (treet, near Broadway. TO HOTEL KEBPBRS.? TO LBT, AND THE FURNI ture for (ale, a prominent hotel In thl( city, now doing a large and profitable badness. None but responsible ana competent persons need y>p^y SPOFARD, 40 Wall street. WORKSHOPS TO LET-FIRST RATE SHOPS. WITH " or without steam power, near Broadway, in a goad street. For particulars apply at 290 Brodway, room No. 9, third story, from 10 to 2 o'clock. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WASTED. Apartments wanted? from first of apbil. in a houM with on* other respectable family; seoond floor preferred; location welt tide of the city and below Thirteenth street. Moderate rent, nj $130 or $175. Ad dross, *lth real name, Preston, Herald offioe. An unfurnished floor wanted? either now or for a jeer from let May next, In mi modern dwelling home, convenient to Broadway, and between Houston and Fourteenth street!, by a gentleman and hi* ?liter only. One in a private family, and where the lady might board permanently, would be preferred. Address box 1 ,090 Poet Office. FLATBUSH.? WANTED TO PURCHASE, FOUR LOTS at Flatbash, L. I. Aay one having the eame for sale, on reasonable terms, will address, stating terms and parti culars, Flatbosh, Herald offiee. House wanted-a two stobt, attic and basement house. by a small fiamily, or the upper part of a two story beass, to ooasist of front and baok rooms, two or three bedrooms and basement; mast have Croton water in. Address J. M., Herald office, stating loeatiea and the lowest rent. House wanted in Brooklyn, convenient to the ferries ? A three story and atMe or fonr story bene, with tea room attached, with all the modern improvements, for a family of adalte; a lease wonld be takea if rent mode rate. Address, stating looatioa, Ae., box 900 New York Poet Office. Houses wanted.? a bwown stone front boose, prioe net over $14,000; also a good brisk honse, fri m $5,000 to $7,000; said houses to be of not less thaa twenty feet fronts, with the modern improvements, aad above Fourteenth street. OLPHINE A HALLOCK, 373 Ninth avenue. Lower part of a house wanted? by a small family, on ths 1st of May, consisting of twe par lors, with pantries, front aad baok basement, also eaa or two bedrooms in attic, in a pleasant house, ia a jfood loca tion, on the west sids of the city. The upper pan mast be occupisd bv a small genteel family, without ohildren. Ad dress P., Herald office. PART OF A SMALL HOUSE WANTED? IN A GOOD neighborhood, weet of Broadway preferred, by a small rsmlly of three persoas. Rent prompt; $173 to$??. An/ person having snob to let mar bear ot a good tenant by ad dressing a line, statin* location, rent. Ac., t'j O. H. W., Cro ton Aqueduct Department, Rotunda, Park. WANTED ? TO PERSONS ACQUAINTED WITH THE prices and nses of ship, aad all other kinds of timber. The advertiser, living a short distanee from New York eity, aad having large quantise of most every description of Um ber, would be glad to engage a person answering to the above, description to sell oa commission. Address, statiag refer - ences, At., S. T., Huntington Post Offiee, L. I. WANTED-PARTOF A SMALL HOUSE, FURNISHED, for a gentleman and wife, on the west side of Broad way, not abovo Fourteenth street. Possession wanted by the 1st of April. Fnrnitare plain and rent moderate. Ad dress H., Herald oflice. WANTED? IN A SMALL, RESECTABLE FAMILY, by a lady and son, an unfurnished room with grate, aad bedroom adjoining. Location down town; no moviu ia May, and rent not to exceed $7 a month. Address A. W. E., Brosdway Post Office. WANTED? TO RENT FROM MAY NEXT, A MID dling sited honse for a small family. Location, Seventh ward, above Rutgers street preferred. Rent not to execed $MJ0. Apply to or address J. Taylor, 704 Water street, or Ne. 6 w illet. WANTED? FROM THE FIRST OF MAY. THREE OR four rooms on ths second floor, two parlors and bed rooms. with pantries Socatlon either oa Brooklyn Heights or np town, between First and Tenth streets, west and near Uroadway. A note addressed to L. D. Newell, box 1,480 Post office, will meet with prompt attention. WANTED-PARTOF A HOUSE, BY A SMALL, QUIET, English family of three persons. Location witua tea or fifteen minutes walk of Astor Place. If the advertiser raa meet with a saitable house be would beoome a perma nent tenant aad pay regularly oae month in advaaoe. Re 'ermes exchanged. Address W. A. D., box MM Peat Office. WANTED?1 THE ADVERTISER WISHES TO PUB cbase a good drinking and lodging honse. In the eentro cr lower part of the elty; It mast be la a good business looa tioa . Price not to exceed $1,300. Apply at the Baited States Real Estate Offiee. 8ft Chambers street, aoooad leer. WANTED-A HOUSE SUITABLE FOB A FIRST TV class geatlemaa's boarding house, with modern Im provements?gas, baths, hot and sold water. Maat be la a respectable neighborhood, betweea Warraa aad Spring streets, west side of Broadway. Aay perstfl having stash prtmlsen can secure a good teaant by addresslag A. L., Herald office, for two days, statiag terms and loeatiea. a bouse In Williamsburg to exchange for one In the elty. Apply to BILLING A TUCKER, 43 Walker street, a few doors west of Broadway. WANTED i TO PU R CHASE? A GOOD SMALL PARLOB bagatelle board. Addresa C. W , box 1.1S7 Peat Offiao, prepaid, stating price aad siie. TXTA N TED TO I.EA9E? A STABLE. FOR TEN 6* TT fifteen years, to he built oa two lots. M by M0 feet eaak, as per plaas already sketched, aad for wnleh tea per eoat ea the entire oost will be givea. Apply at Ne. /? West Ftf te< nth street, betweea the bonrs off aad lil A. M. SPRING VEW 8TYI,E SPRING RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS, IN lawns, dress trimming ribbons, flowers, crape*. Ae The tindonined has oaened a very eitsnsire ware room, ex The nndortigned cl, si vol y fo? the whelesals trade, ad)oUlng his retail store ? witJ. a handsome stoek CTCPBlLW Vw prloee, and invites the Jobbing tf ftWJJ JOm with an early call. IT H. LICHTENSTEIN, 90 Bowery. SilPRINa MANTILLAS ? TO WHOLESALE BUYERS ? The subscriber respsetfnlly announeee that his impaita tioms aad maanfaetaras for the preeaat sprtag trade are now ready, comprising aa uausually attractive variety of aavel ties la maatlllaa, talmas, vieities, mnffiers, Ae., to whVnk ha invites the attention of merehaats from every seettaa of the Ualea. OROROB BULPIM. Paris Mantilla Kmporinm, Ml Broadway. ~ PCBLK A.TIOWS. rBBBE HOUSX nUNTER'S GUTDB AND REAL ESTATE ^?Advertiser is published dally at 183 William, corner of Spruea streets, seeend floor, enntainlaf a list of all the booses, stores, apartments, offices, lofts, Ae., to let. lease, or for sale ; location rent, together with a map of the oily of New York, and all other aacessarj information relating thereto Prict siicttti.