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?17 AAA ?FOR SA1.E OR IIOIANOI SEVEN
I ? tm anrfit. near tha centre of Aatori* ana
kitUoi Six ?lre?C? far Wa?t?rr? *>r llliBOti land*.
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1 H., Foit Offio#, or call at H road way.
*1 n AAA ? FOR SA1-E A FIRST CLASS FAMILY
91Z.UUU. hotel llroadway, rurnubed throughout,
?oataiaing eighty room*. beside* kitchen and store room*,
?aid heme hubeen Id s?cce**ful operation for MTeral year*,
aad now fields a profit of ten thousand dollar* per annum.
Tike rant I* very low, and the lease has three year* to rnn
| n nMt To auttahle parties favorable arrangement*
??111 ha iifad* and immediate po*se*sion ft""- Agent* need
apply Inquire of DOUGLAS A CO., 72 Boaver *tr??t,
np stain
Anfftrt ?FOR SA LI, A HOUSE AND LOT IN
Prospect place, Jersey City, fonr *torl*a and
kaneiueat, with all tne modern improvement*, hot and cold
water bath, gas and ventilators all throaghout. Command*
nn exten*iv* view of tbe bay and city. Fart of tba purchase
money can remain on mortgage. Inquire of DAVID SCOTT,
real **tate agent, Montgomery street, Jersey City.
AAA -FOE 8ALK OR SXCHANOR, A CON
?P"iv"vi tract, commanding an unlimited nnatber of
??wing macliinvs. at one half the proaent eaih prio*. with
about three doien of laid new machine* on hand, and exclu
riveiale and n*e, in Urge territory. Addrea* Z. Y. X.. box
HO Tribune office,
?4. AAA ? SALE, ELDRIDGE'S PATENT
Vi*" cora-sheller for the territory of New York.
j ,j1*ller combine, simplicity, durability and economy,
and will realise to the purchaser, if a peraun of promptness
And energy. from 17.1 to 300 per cent in six months. Thou
sand* of per*oa* have witnessed its operation and decided
ypon it* merit* It i* now offered foe the first time in thin
State. Apply at 81 Naasau *troct, second story. No. 4.
itQ KAA ?A RARE CHANCE FOR BUILDERS OR
others, ? For sale or exchange, for city pro
frty. a one-third interest in an extensive lumber dressing,
?awing, lath making, Ac., establishment, in successful and
profitable operation, on the Erie canal and two railroads,
at one of the best point* in the State for the lumber trade,
?I to command lumber at ebeap prices. A large lot, conve
nient to the building; the best planing machine in uho,
and all aocouary machinery. The best vbance in the State,
?ddroee Oneida, llerald office
^kl H XS\ ?FOR sale, Sli HUNDRED AND FORTY
?PJ-. 4 i/V. nores ofTexa* land, withintwenty mile* of the
oapit.u. 'lnuland i? fast improving, is under a goo 1 stve
of cultivation, sud is yearly incroiwinjj in value. Apply to
GEORUE P. SIMONSON, 48 Vesey street.
-F?R SALE, A NEW TWO-STORY HOUSE,
with lot 50 feet by 100, at Pelhamville, sixteen
mils* from the City Hall, on the New Haven Railroad.
Terms easy. Apply at 267 First avenue.
<&J_AA -FOR sale, a store in the bowery.
ipTTvU" The good will, Mock and fixture*, of a fruit and
aegar tore will be sold immediately for cash for the above
nn. A better cbancc for bulines* is leldom offered. In
quire on tbe premises, 171 Bowery.
A BRICKYARD FOR 8ALS-WITH ALL THE NECES
sary machinery and other implements required for the
Manufacture of tho best North river brick*. Inquire for
?act week, at the Real Eatate Agency of WM. W. EASTON ?
room No. 0, up italrs, first floor, 2S9 and 293 Broadway.
A LARGE HOUSE IN WALKER STREET, WEST OF
and near Broadway, to let ? eorae eighteen to twenty
room*, bath, gas. Ac. Will be put intgood order. Apply to
BILLING A TUCKER, Auctioneers, 43 Walkor stroct.
A RARE CHANCE? THE STOCK AND FIXTURES
ef a segar and confectionery store for sale ; also, to let,
th^tore. hack room and tascmeut, next door to the Eighth
AiVidc Railroad office? a suitable place for an eating house.
Atlantic street. Brooklyn? nousE and lot
for sale at a bargain; good three story house; has gas,
(ub-cellar. party wall, Ac.; between Clinton and Court
?tceet. Will he sold for loss than it is worth if applied for
?00a. BILLING A TUCKER, Auctioneer*, 43 Walker It.
ILLIARD TABLES FOR SALE? BUYERS ARE RE
qaested to call and examine our superior made stock.
* ef which we have made for private u-e, with marble
bed* ; one second haud table in good order. For sale cheap
GRIFFITH A DECKER, No 90 Ann atreei.
FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET? UP TOWN, WEST
*ide; good three story house, all the mn.lcru improve
?Mate, and in good order, well furnished, and will be let for
?asyoar from May next. Possession immediate.
BILLING A TUCKER. Auctioneers. 43 Walker street.
(COTTAGE FOR BALE, WITH COURTYARD IN
J front. ? One of those neat two story and basement brick
eettage* in Twenty -1'ourth street, between Ninth and Tenth
aveaae*. It contain* all neccisary conveniences, such as
?a* bath, range, Ac. For further particulate, inquire at 38
Caaal street. *
COUNTRY SEAT FOR SA I.E.? WILL HE fOLD CHEAP,
a* the owner is going to Europe, an elegant two and <1
half *tory framo house, tilled in with brick, staples, carriage
houae, Ac., with one aore of ground under n high statu of
?*Hivation. Tho grounds are beautifully laid out. Fruit
trees of every description, grape vines, Ac Situated on
?l*land, five miles from the Fulton and Wall street
*, and near the Flnehlng and Newtown rai'r <nd. One
Ealf or two thirds of tLe purchase money can remain <>u
?end and mortgage. Address W. S., Post Office, New York.
Drug store for sale? in a good neigiihor
hood,nd\r Broadway, below Canal street, well calcu
lated for a good German druggUt or physician. v\ ill lie sold
At a bargain, as the owner is al.ont to leave the city.
B W. RICHARDS, 307 Hroadwty.
PARK FOR SALE.? 130 ACRES. NEAR HUNTINGTON,
L. I., ninety acres nnder cultivation, tho balance under
timber, five acres of which is a thriving locust grove: good
kail ding*, And plenty of fruit; half a mile from Po* Orfi m,
nilU. Ae. ; in full view of Loug Iland Sound. Prioo |4 >.
Apply to E H. BROWN, 71 Wall street, from 1 to 2 P. M
R BALE- A PATENT SAFE, IN PERFECT ORDER,
medium size; a counter twenty f. et long; two fine 111a
_any glas* eases: also three large signs vnth over eighty j
fiarg* gilt block letters. To be seen ai. 01 Waller street.
Vwpnee, addres* W. S. R . Herald office.
B
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FIR SAI.E ? A BARGAIN, IN EA8TCHESTER, WEST
?heater county, I) Hot u minute* ride from llronxville
depot, Harlem llr ilroad, oao hotirauda quarter from N?*
Yerk, a Rood two story houee with ton rooms, (tore, burn,
??d one and ? half acre* of prime laud; abundance of fruit,
shrubbery. Ac., desirable for a chantry residence, merchant,
wheelwright, batcher, or an* buaineaa whatever. For p?r
tsealars apply to the subacribcr on the premisui. or by letter,
?oat paid, addreued to him at Mount Vernon Pn:<t Oillce,
Weatchecter count y. Tormi cash. JOHN 3. JACKSOV.
FOR SALE? THE rnREE story and attic house
191 Henry str< et. w itli lease of lot. The house it in per
ffcet order, with all convenience-! ol' g?r<, Croton water, baths,
hut and cold water, furnace heat, and auwerod throughout.
Lot 26 feet front, and bd feet 0 luchos doop. House built by
daya' wo rk of tho best material* Can be seen at any tihie
by applying on theprcmiso*. lor pauiculara, apply to H.
H. LEEDS A CO.. So. 8 Wall street.
P)R SALE -THE STOCK, FIXTURES. AND FOUR
yeara leaae, ifrom next Hay.) of a corn< r lienor store, up
town, for aale.tr would take a partner. It u a first rate
staad for a liquor, grocery, or loncral marketing business.
Rent only $1HU per year. Apply to S. BRANT, 32S Bowery.
For sale-the lease, stock, fixtures and
goodwill of a aegar and tobaeoo atoro, well established.
It ie one of the best locations down town. AJdrc.-s, with
real name, H. M. ROBERTS, No. U West atroot.
r?R SALE-FIVE THREE STORY AND BASEMENT
brick houaeain Fifty third street, between Second and
Third avenuea, in complete order. AU the modern improve
vents Term* easy. Pricc W.OOO. Apply to D. ROBINS,
78 Math atreet.
R SALE? ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH, A LONG Es
tablished drug atore. Apply at 1% Grand street.
rlR SALE? HOUSE AND LOT NO. 275 WEST TWEN
ty (eventh street, price $4,000; $2,000 can remain on
head and mortgage for throe yeara. Inquire on tho promise*.
F?t
F
OR SALE? A FIRST CLASS LIVERY STABLE, IN
one of the most eligible locations iu this city, now aoll|
a good bnaineaa, which is daily increasing. The proaent pro
prleter is about to go to California, and the leaae and stock
will be sold low for caeh. Full particulars will be given o i
application to SMITH A DRAKE. 444 Eighth aveuue.
For sale? TnE two story and attic brick
bona*, and lot. No. 3 Franklin street. Fonr thousand
dollars < an remain on mortgage for a term of yeara, at sex en
percent Apply nt 44 Charles street.
FOR 8ALS.? A FAMILY ABOUT BREAKING UP
housekeeping wish to dispose of a few pieces of now
furniture at private sale. lower than cau be purchased else
where; handsome roue wood piano, Ac. Apply at 7-Hiicon
wich atreet.
T7V)R SALE-THE BEST DRINKING SALOON IN THE
f city. It ia handsomely tarnished with piano, mirrors,
paiatinra, Ac.; ia well cstabliUied, in an esctjllOBf loca?Jvll
and ia doing a tine bnsincss. Apply to D. ELMOR E. Ph cnij
Haloon 90 Liipenard street, near Broadway *u I <j?
For sale-.a neat two story and basement
h?1S?, together with a'-out half an acre of land, situa
ted at South Fordham. about one hnndred yards went of tae
Upper Morrisania depot. It Is beautifully situated on a
alight eminence, and commands a tine prospect of the sur
rounding village!. On the prcriii'ci there ia toveral fruit
trees ef the fineat quality and in foil bearing, a prime well
?f water close by the door, and all necessary outbuildings,
Ae. The house is built in the most substantial mauuer. an I
?f the very best materials. For terms and- more fnli par
tieulars, apply to PETER 111 i KlIvH'T South Fordham
TTM)R SALE ? THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A GRO
J? eery store, doing a good cash business. Apply at 100
Hut ?treat.
R SALE-THE LEASE OF A THREE STORY BRICK
house, (Ave \ '-are of which is unexpired.) with tho at tck
of a grocery and II itior store, and all the necessary t xturea,
nearly new and til good order Apply immediately to
CHARLES DEVLIN, 12 Frankfort street^
FOR SALE? a SEWING MACHINE, MADE BY GRO
vet A Baker, coat $110. Ha? been used two months, and
will be sold for$w<* \| ply at 10 Ve?try street, second floor,
between " and 12 A. M.
For sale-the lease, six years, with fix
lures, of a l.au l-i tnelj fitted np eating and oyster sa
leen. with a profitable bar. The location unsurpassed
ing in^a great business tl i.vounhfare. near ( no of the p
F?
cipel ferries A j>pl^ to
prin
E3 A HAMMOND, SI N'a*sau street.
Ft R SALE- A NEW III REE STORY HOUSI ON THE
north side of Thirty -second atreet, a few doors east of
Lexington avenue. It is well bvilt and contains the modern
taaprovcjnents. including counter cellar, baths Ac. Anrlv
to BRINCKERIIOFE A MEAD. No. 4.14 Fourth avenu.
Manhattan Land Office.
r?U SALS? VALUABLE BUILDINO LOTS IN WIL
liamsburg, on South Eighth street, near the ferry A
plot of ground, SS by 1 20? terms easy. Also, a tenement
property in this city paying 20 per cent? the best in the city
Apply tot B K I N sii i M F.R, .119 Fourth avenne.
TpOR RALE-TWO VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS ON
? /?urT*y "111 (Thirty-ei;hth street.) next adjoining
Fourth avenue lota, alao two lots on Thirty fiftn ?treet, le
tween Fifth and Siitth avenues, alao two lots cn Twenty
BiiJVtL I*af First avanue. Apply to E. B. KIN
MIIMER 31M Fourth avenue.
T7IOR 8ALE-A I I ME, STYLISH PAIR OF BAY
J. bersea. atneon hands high. alao, a good carriage, ba
rf?nfh? ind hum***, If <]?- tired; ilto, a fine road ind rimily
horee. Can be Men at Tl.omp.oa* stables. U? Eaat Thir
teenth etrtot.
For salc? one or two large three story
honaes on Twenty sixth street, in a gun'eel neighbor
lteod; he sea la line order, with gas, chandeliers. bath
range*. Ae.: lots 3S.ix9H.V- Terms easy Als? two on Twen
ty eurhth street, near Fourth avenne. Apply to E B. KIN
rfMlMEK, 31# Fourth aveuue, from 3 to 7
For sate -a beautiful country house, in
the village of Madison, N. J., situated near school"
oburcher. ana railroad depot; contains ain? rooms and eal
lar with barn, uarnage buiiae, (table, ice hone*, large and
#rl*ndid garden, rruit trees, lOJf acree of aof
? ronad. aerlag of water, and two large ponds. Apply t?J.
J>M LA GRACjCRI E, on the premifet.
r><? HALE- A FEW CHOICE imiLDINO LOT ' ON
104* t rtreet. near lire ado ay, and Fi.tj rt" h atreet aea ?
M?th e.rtnu* Ia ,iu?ea, 277 Mr idvar bet'"?n .1 and n
o'eioek P M.
wwvw . ?. lroR 0ATJB.
I 'and ^'';*?rV',foe*N^Slifw ENI THREg STORY
gwasar
Broadway, rooni No ,?? '?*? Term. easy. A^*'
fitOK SALE? A DINING AND OYSTER SALOON, IN
Chatham street Tbe aaloan has been enta'diiiied for
the last twelve years. The lease, with fixtures. marble
table*, lar^e cooking mine, utensil*, and everything com
idete, willl.? sold for 1400 Apply te HOWES A UAH
BOND, 81 Nuiu street
For sale-a manufacturing business in
(he city. There li no competition. Three hundred dok
! larsiaall that is required Will pay any smart man, net
over all oxpenMi, thro* thonsand dollar* per yaar. A)jily
, at 102 Nastau street, room No. 9. THOMAS A CO.
For kale-tocr SUPEEIOE bath tubs, witu
fixtures. and rurniture of room*, alio the partition* form
, ing the rooms, all complete. Will be *old at a bargain if
applied for immediately, to J GIFFIN, No. 90 Broadway.
Wanted, a journeyman hairdresser.
For sale? the materials or the house no.
f- W arren street ? a splendid beater, safes, window*,
tinil>er?. stairs. Au. Will be gold at a bargain.
FOR SALE? A CORNER DRINKING SALOON, NEAR
Broadway and Canal street, with private sitting rooms
attached. The stock and fixtures will be sold this day for
$300; the bar receipts $l>r< daily. Apply to
HOWES A HAMMOND, 81 Nassau street,
For sale? the stock and fixtures of a
well established grocery and liquor store, now doing a
first rate business, on the corner of Poarl aad Frankfort
| streets. Possession given immediately. Apply to T. W.
I OAKLEY, on the premise*.
FOR SALE-LIQUOR STORE, STOCK AND FIX
tures, with a good lease, in the lower part of the city;
also u hrst rate farm of sixty-four acre*. Every description
of property bought and sold. Apply to ANDREW 1IAR
, Kit- O.N, real estate office, 95 Cedar street.
T^OR SALE? FIVE LOTSION .FIFTY THIRD STREET.
X north side, 2M feet well of Fifth avenue, each 25 by 100
feet 5 Inches. Will be exchanged for good improved proper
ty, in a good locality. Apply to E. H. BROWN, 11 Wall
, street, from 1 to 2 P. M.
FOR SA1.E? THE STOCK. LEASE AND FIXTURESOF
a first class corner porter bouse. with three year* lease
of the whole house, renew al for five years at XrtO a year; it
has ten neat rooms suitable for lodgings or to let. The pro
prietor has gone into another business. It will be sold this
day. Apply at 91 Division street for particulars.
For sai.e- at hoboken, houses and lots in
desirable locatl.-n*. well built within two years, and pay
ing over tcu per cent in rent. Price* from $3,2oO to $10,000.
Also, cottage* at Bergen, and West nn.l North llobokcn.
For trim* apply to office 27 Hudson street, from 1 to 2% P.
M., tr Tow n Hull, Hobokon, from 8 to 10 \. M , and 4JU to 7
P. M. JOHN' M. BOARD.
For sale at private sale? modern built
brown stone bouses and lotj in every part of this city,
Brooklyn and Williamsburg; farms and country seats; also,
leases of stores and bouses, and property to exchange, l.y
0. FLINT A: CO., Auotioneers, Ac., 78 Nassau stroot.
IjlOR SALE IN BROOKLYN? SIX NEW GENTEEL
1 two and a half story basement and sub cellar houses,
filled in with brick, neat piaiza*, French windows, sliding
doors, marble mantels, ornamental oornioes, gas pipes and
fixtures complete, east side of Sklllman strcot, half blook
i south Myrtle avenue, on which ours will be running at
I fonr ecnts by July; title perfect. Price $3,100; half can re -
; main five years. Possession immediately. Apply to H.
PHILLIPS, on the premises.
IfOR SALE IN BROOKLYN" ? IN AN ELIGIBLE SITU
' ation. a neat three story brlok house, witii stone base
ment and sub cellar, containing water. gas. I.ath, water
closet. Ac., complete. Situated No. l.'iGSackott street, be
tween Clinton and Court streets. Built for the ownor's use,
and under hi* superintendence. Grape vinos, Ae. Cash
price $6,000.
For sale cheap? two canal boats, eighty
tousearh. The boats aro nearly new and in good order.
I Inquire of J BI.ACKU ELI.. South ferry, Brook lyn, whore
I the touts may be seen.
JTIOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH? THE FURNITURE
and fixtures, with lease, of one of t'uo best oyster sa
I loons on the Seventh avenue. Inquire of W. J. SMITH A
i CO.. M3 Fulton street, up stairs.
IjiOR SALE, CHEAP? A LADIES' SHOE STORE, 211
' Sixth avenue, Bceond door above Fourteenth street.
The best stand li tl>o city. Inquire at 407 Broadway.
For sale, country sites.? the subscriber
will dispose of some eighty acres in plots of two and ono
balf acres or more, to gentlemen who will obligate thorn
selves to erect houses to cost not less than $2,000. None
others need apply; and of such no cash will be required.
The property is adjacent to tlio subscriber's residence, in
the town of WcstciicBter. Location healthy beyond quo*,
t ion. and about fourteen miles from the City HalL Inquire
of JAMES CONNER. 29 Bcekiusn street.
IflOR SALE OR TO LET? THE THREE STORY
dwelling house, with stable atttaclied, No. AO West Flf
I tecnth etreit. The lot is 30 by 110 feet, tho house spacious,
I and the stable built oxprefsly for a livery stable, now oecn
j pied r? ruch, and a troit desirable stand. For terms apply
I to DA V 18, BROOKS A CO, 2ti'a Broadway, or to J. GREEN
PEARSON, No- 8 Wall street.
For sale or to let? a very superior new
basement house on Thirty second street, second house
cast of Lexington avenue. The bouse is four stories hirh,
with vestibule doors, ga?, liotar.d cold water, on every floor,
bath, water closet, two sets of parlors, kit -hens, fourteen
bedrooms, marble wasbstands, Ac. Terms easy, possession
at once. House open. Can be seen any time. Apply to E.
I B. KINSHIMER, 319 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE OR TO LET? A TWO STORY. BASEMENT,
attic and sub cellar frame house, eontaininjrniue rooms.
I on Hyersou stroet, Ictwcen Myrtlo and Dc Kill, avenues
Brooklyn. II ? n o is filled in t . t li " peak, lius marble man
tulr, grates, sliding doers ia parlor story. Tho house is
l uilt in lr.oecrn stylo and has never been occupied; it is be
tween two stage routes, and about ten minutes ride from
any t,f the f. rrics. Apply t) McCUTCHEON A WHITE.
170 Myrtle avenue, or on tne premiss*.
TfORHPH \M PROPERTY FOR SALE ? A LARGE AND
; J' handsome two story double house. ( sb.o 35 hy S3,) with
about nil acre of ground, fall of c Wee i'rult trees, four mi
I cutes v i lk from the depot. \prlr to JAMES TIEBOUT,
Port* MB, or DANIEI^K ARR. \1 Dey street. N. Y.
Hov?e for f.'.LF? A THREE story and base
inrnt hflMM, containing thirteen roomr. on the north
| tide of ri.'btr ?'r*t stract. 100 feet from Second avenue, with
crotou v liter in the yard and a well, all in good order. la
; fire of T J OAKI l'Y, ffi.7 Broad w?y, or on the premise*.
'I ftut moderate.
I" OTS FOR MECHANICS,? KIonT LOTS lOK SALE,
j in the sont'.catt corner of Firit avenue and Fifty
seventh street. Terms will he mile to suit the eonvcui'.m o
ofbuyers. If liuUt npon no money will be repaired. Tho
Firtt avenue railroad will na?? tbe?c lots.
JOtlN li. MURRAY, 12 Wall street.
I OTS FOR SALE AT YONKERS.? A BEAUTIFUL
J plot of three lots, 2.">xl0i) foot each, on Buenavlsta ave
nue, between Prospect i>mi Hudson street*, adjoining the
summer residence of Dr. Chilton, commanding an extensive
view of tLo Hud. on river, and only about three minutes
walk from the depot. Thoy ley reaJy to build upon inline
diately, without the expense or delay of grading. Will be
sold ch'-ap and on favorable terms. Apply to SILA9 DA
VENPORT, 47 Wall street.
MURRAY HILL PROPERTY? FOR SAJ.E, SEVERAL
first class English tasemont houses, composing a block
of ten. situated on tho north aide of Thirty-ninth street, be
tween Third and Lexington avenues. They have all the mo
dem improvements, ana are built and finished in the best
and most fa .hiouable style. Sire IS by 56 feet, and four ito
riea high. For particnlars, inquire of THOMAS FITZPAT
RICK, builder, on the promises.
MORR1SANIA rr.OFERTY FOR sale-a hand
some two story Gothic cottage, with wing attached,
and six lots of ground, about ten minutee walk from the de
pot, (Bathgate property). Apply to JAMES TIEBOUT,
Fordham. or DANIEL KARR, a Dey street, N. Y.
PERUVIAN LLAMA AND VICUNIA FOR SALE
butli male animals.
J. M. THORBURN A CO., IS John street.
Read and hi v.-for sale, a surplus lot
of fixtures four long store eounters. three of them
with drawers, two larre mahogany desks, lot of loose draw
ers, glass casing rashes, Ac. Apply at 154 Sixth avenuo.
Restaurant for sale. -a first class dining
saloon, on one ot the best corners down town, and is at
prcient doing a fair trade. Anyone having Si. 000 in cash
iun hear of a great bargain by addressing Jim, Herald
office. Agents noed not answer.
OA LOON' FOR SALE.? ONE OF THE BEST SALOONS
O on Broadway, replete with every convenience, and fitted
ip in a superb manner; is well established, and doing a
profitable business: terms ea sy. Full paiticuiars glveu on
.ppllcation at 4'iC Pearl street,
rro FAiit itKREOTypisTS.? for sale, a good da
J guerrcot vpe establishment, 'fntrally located, and now
doing a good business. Sold on account of the proprietor a
time being fully taken up with ot her business. For parti
culars inquiro of C1IA RI.ES F. L'SENER, M Duane street,
fourth floor.
NEW n BMCATIO-VS.
J 1ST IT 11 LI SHED? TIIE SARACEN. OR MATILDA
and Malok Adh<t, a cru-ade romance from the French
of 11 1. dame t'ottcu, nuthorcss of Elisabeth, or tho Eiilcs of
L brria. For sale ?.y John K. Perry, l'.H Market strset,
Philadelphia, and It. .Marsh. Now Vork.
OTR ANGERS' GUIDE IN LONDON
ti nntsu Am co-.in maxcri.
METCALFE. BIND LEV A CO., rponge merdhants and
perfumers to his Royal Highness l'rinee Albert, 1M B and
181 Oxford street.
? CfTI.CRT.
MOSF.LEY. JOHN A SON, 17 and IS New street and 6
Co\ent Garden. Needles, Ac., Ac. Established 173U.
Horn..
BF.1 LF.VFE HOTEL, II Norfolk street. Strand; proprietor
Mr Cnlvcrwell. The best and ino-t central situation in
London. Hoard, lodging, and service, 7s. Sd. per day.
i.nrx nn An: ll.
W ARW ICK HOUSE. Nicoll. liaynes A Simes, 142 and 144
Ke; i lit street. Shawls, silks. Irish linen and Scotch good*.
euAwi.a.
FARMER A ROGERS. 171 173. and 17* Rogent itreet.
India shawls; French, English and Scotch shawls.
l?*r.
CLEAVER, F S inventor and only maker of the genuine
prise medal honey soap inaki r of every kind of faney soap,
wholesale and exportation. IN Red Lion square, Holborn.
TAII-r,R.
NICOLL, H. T. A D , patented for their Nicoll's paletot,
114. 116, 11C, and M0 Rogent street.
sundries
The new edition of Manhood, on Nervous and Generative
Debility, and the causes of premature decline, with self
core, sent free for 4s. by the author, Dr. J. E. Curtis, 15 Al
bemarle street. Piccadilly.
ri.xcrs of A*r?*rnT.
Madame Tussand's Exhibition. Baker street Baiaar, Port
man f<insru. Admission Is. ; Napoleon room and Chamber
of Horror', fid Open daily from 11 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Laurent s Casino. Argvle Rooms, Great W indmtll street.
Dancir.g < ver] tii^rht. Conductor Mr. Laurent. Admission
one shilling.
THE IDEAL (BOY) OF THE PAST IS TIIE ACTUAL
(man) of the present: the ideal (glrH of the present is the
actual (w< man) of the future.? Fannie I<ee Towusend. The
Monthly Jni ilee for March. (published by an association of
the daughters aud ems oi toil,) is dedicated to free spoech,
inquiry, dis union, thought and opinion One dollar por
year back i nml ?r< six cents each. Address J. Jay Den
ny. See Philadelphia Pennsylvania. The JnMleo Har
'ingir. ti.ii) vi hum , n.u, prising iionnd numliers of last
rear, hae ovor fOO pa^es, and embodies mire science and
truth "to provoke the professional (mental) classes to works
of love toward* the laboring (physical) < lasres of th? hu
man race,-' tlan any other written work, (except the
Bible,) ever issued Price >1 SO For sale at the United
Slates Argus office. 143 l'nlton itreet. John B. Crawley, Jr.; :
I*yi" II. Kmbree. 134 Bowery, and the News ofltce of Abbe
A Fetes, Ann street. Canvassers wanted
RPBUin ?04>I1S.
K^W?T)1E SPRING RIBBONS, BOXnVt HEKS
liwns, drc s trinming ribbons, flowers, cr.ipee Ae -
nndersireed fcns opened a very extenslee ware room et
elnslvely f r the wholesale trade, adjoining his retail store
?ith * har. bi 'oek of new goods, at very luw prices
and invitf helebhfng trado t< f->vor him with aa earl
*. H LICH '1 fcivD iEIN, W Bow,rv.
aovna, aoom, *o^ w
APARTMENTS WANTID-BY A GENTLEMAN AND
wife; three rooms oa second floor of a house occupied
by a private family. Location not above Twelfth street,
rent not to exceed $170. Addreia J. K. D., Herald office, or
228 Bowery.
C1ARPBNTER SHOP WANTKD-ON A LEASE OR
) otherwise. Address Builder, 11H Wooster street, elating
location, a.ic of bmlldlug, and termi.
Daguerreotype rooms-wanted, a shall
daguerreotype room, fitted or unfitted, in tome rood
I location in this city Anyone having such for sale will do
1 well to addreis stating location, Camera Stand, Herald
\ office.
House wantid.-a three story house, hav
ing all the modern Improvement!, gait, hatha, furaacea,
{ Ac., iitnated between Fourteenth and Thirtieth atreeta, and
Fourth and Eighth avenues. Rent not to exceed tl,0U0,
' Address by letter, J. C. W., #1 New (treet.
H' OCBE WANTED.? A PHYSICIAN WISHES TO HIRE
the whole or part of a good honae, containing all the
| modern improvements and a good yard, within three or four
block* of Uroadway, between Houston and Twenty-second
, streets, would like the privilege of purcbaaing the aame
i within right or ten month*. Price not to exceed $10,600.
Kent must be reasonable. Address Physician, Herald oflice
for one week.
WANTED? BY THE FIRST OF MAY, A SMALL GEN
teel house, or part of a bouse, or a room that will an
[ swer for a physician's office, between Prince street and
Clinton place, in the vicinity of Broadway. A line addressed
to Doctor, Herald office, stating location, Ac., will meet
| with attention.
"\1TANTED ? BY A SMALL FAMILY. CONSISTING OF
TT three grown persons, the upper part and one of the
basements of a genteel house, at a moderate rent. Location
to be west of Broadway. Address box 1,081 Post Office.
WANTED? BY A SMALL FAMILY, WITHOUT CHIL
dreu, the lower part of a genteel house, with modern
improvements. Address D. W., box 852 Post Office.
WANTED? UP TOWN, THE FIR8T OF MAY OR BE
fore, part of a modern house, (two bedrooms and a par
lor,) privsAe and well famished, with board, for a French
family -of three persons. No answer if the honse is not
private. Keferences exchanged. Address French, Herald
oflice.
WANTED-BY A LADY, WITHOUT FAMILY THE
lower part of a basement house; the basement, being
required for an infant school, mutt be light and dry; or (ho
would be willing to bny the good will ana fixtures of saoh a
school; the location must be genteel und the accommoda
tion# good. References given and required. A note ad
dressed to Mrs. Emma L. Burton, Broadway l'ost Office, will
moet with attention.
"11 r AN TED ? IN NEW YORK OR BROOKLYN, BY A
tt small, respectable family, without children, throe or
four rooms and basement, within ten minutes walk of Fulton
or Wall street ferries, in Brooklyn, and not further up than
Eighth street, west side of Broadway, New York. Rent from
fl'ft to $200 per yosr. Please address J. Stephenson, Herald
olUte.
WANTED-BY A FAMILY OF TWO PERSONS, PART
of a house in a geuteel neighborhood in Brooklyn, tho
vicinity of tho City Hall preferred, consisting of a parlor
on first floor, basement, and two sleeping rooms. Address,
stating location and lowest terms, M. E. A., Brooklyn Post
Oflice.
WANTED? FROM THE FIRST OF MAY UNTIL THE
1st of October, by a small family, without children,
part of a bouse, with gas, Croton water, Ac. Looatiou be
tween Grand and Fourteenth streets. The best of reference
given. Address J. C. H., <49 Broadway, up stair*, from 3
A. K. to ST. M.
WANTED TO HIRE? A SMALL COTTAGE. IN TIIE
city of Newbnrg, either furnished or unfurnished. Ad
dress box 1,129 Post Office, stating location, sise and terms.
DRY GOODS, AC.
Black silks, at decided bargains, of the
celebrated manufacture of Bonnot A Co., from 7s. to
14s per yard, Just received; also, per steamer Arabia, now
and beautiful style* of silks and barege robes. A. K. KEltK
A CO., 7t>7 Broaaway, three door* below Ninth street.
DRY GOODS.? TO WHOLESALE MERCHNTS.? THOS.
FRANCE has manufactured and ready for the spring
market live hundred doien of improved patent Manila
corded skirte. Orders forwarded by steamboat or railroad
to any part of the conntry, by addressing a note to me at
285 West Thirty sixth street. Messrs. l.ec, Ca?e A Co., 68
Broadway, ana T. Scwell, No. 1 Barclay street, are my
agents.
IMPORTED WOYE CORSETS.? LADIES ABOUT GET
tlng row spring dresses should first procure a pair of
these elogantly fitting Freneh and English wove corsets, so
universally admired, and sold at half the usual price, at
MK8. GAYNOK'S, 4o Third avenue, near Tenth street.
Long and square camel's hair shawls and
scarfs.? FOUNTAIN'S India store, No. 653 Broadway,
is this day in receipt of a desirable "election of the above
named articles. Tney are believed to be the most splendid
assortment, as regards beauty and style, ever imported.
Also, per same arrival, a variety of other source India goods,
seldom offered to the New York public, including some very
tine camel's hair bordering.
VTEW CHEAP SILKS.? WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
It lrom auction, two case; of rich plaid silks, at 8s. per
>ard; also, one case striped do., at 7s.; one case of small
plaid do., at fis. ycr yard; also, a large lot of gents' cravats
at hfty per cent below their usual prices. LEADBEATER
A LEE, 347 Broadway, corner of Leonard street.
rPAHLF, LINENS, COUNTERPANES, TOWELLINGS,
J. Ac., from auction.? Extraordinary bargains. Elegant
double damask table linen, 4s. a yard, two varda wide;
double damask snowdrop table linen, two yarils wide, 3s.:
splendid quality snowdrop linen napkius, large size. Us. and
Ms. a do/.en; large site linen doilies, tis. a dozen; splendid
patterns large size counterpanes, only 14s. apiece; counter
panes for single bod*, 6*. apiece; elegant Marseilles counter
panes. $3 apiece, worth $d; huckaliuck diaper, Is. a yard, at
BL'KDETT'S cheap dry goous store, 191 (.rand street, cor
i or of Mull erry.
COAL,.
(10.\L.? 7tO TONS RED ASH, EGO AND STOVE SIZE
J coal, now discharging, for sale to dealers, and un ex
cellent article for family use, at the lowest p >dsiblu price.
I.EFD8 A POT1EK. 142 Troy street, between Washington
and West i-trcets.
Red and white ash coal.? peach orchard,
? frcmrthe moat celclratcd veins, prepared carefully, of
nil si- r;i, including nut, Schuylkill, White A -1> and Luhi^h;
nlso, Cumberland and Liverpool Orrel.
HENRY REEVE, 88 Murray stroot,
corncr Canal and Centre, aud corner J ane au<2 Went ?ts.
LKGAL NOTICES*
to answer the complaint of Jc*se C. Smith, plaintiff, which
war filed in the ottce of the Clerk of Ontario county, New
York, on the 9th day of February. ls">4. and to serve a copy of
youranawer on the subacritusr, at hi* office in the vilage of
Cxnandaigua, New York, within twenty days after the ser
vice of this summon*, exclusive of the day or service ; and if
you fail to answer said complaint as hereby required, the
plaintiff will take judgment against you for one hundred and
sixty-five dollar*, with interest thereon frem the second day
of February, 1854, besidea eo*t?.
S. W. SALISBURY. Plaintiff* Attorney.
SUPREME COURT, CITY AND COUNTY OP NEW
York.? J amen Hewitt, Mortimer O. H. Martin, and Joha
M. Wisdom, against Samuel C. Crawford. Summon! for a
money demand on enntract. (com. not *?r.)? To the de
fendant: ? Yon are hereby nnmoned and required to a newer
the complaint in this action, which will be filed in the offloe
of the Clerk of the City and County of New York, at the
City Hall, New York city, and to *erv* a oopy of your
answer to aaid complaint on the inbacribera, at oar omee,
No. 11 Nasiau street, in the city of New York, within twenty
day* after the service of this summon* on you, exolniive of
the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the said
complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will take Judgment against you for the sum of twenty
four hundred and tliirty four dollars and eighty fire cents,
with interest front the tenth day of February, one thousand
eight hundred and fifty four, besides the costs of thia action.
The ( oinplaint in the above entitled action was filed on the
11th of February, instant. Dated New Xork. Feb. 15, 1864.
CHAMBERL1N A PORTER, Plaintiffs' Attorney*.
c
CLOTHING, &C.
AST OFF CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANT
_ ed. ? Ladies and gentlemen having any ofthe above arti
cles to ditpoac of, can receive a fair cash price for the *am?
by tending per post or at his residence, No. 13 Elm street.
T.ad'cs attended to by Mrt. Dusscldorp.
L. M. DUSSELDORP.
CAST-OFF CLOTHING.? $2,000 WORTH WANTED.
The highest cash price will be liberally given, In eurren
uioney, for large or small lots of good let t off clothing of M
erv description. Address through post, or call on JA MR
MORON EY. at hi* second hand (tore, No. 11 Orange atreel
near Chatham. :
CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED. -PERSONS
having any to dispose of, can receive a fair eaah price
for the same, or by sending, per post, to M. S.flCOHEN, 64 i
Elmatrcct. N. B.? Ladles atteuded to.by Mrs. Cohen. i
CLOTHING AND FURNITURE.? LADIES AND GEN
tlemcn l.av ing any to dispose of, can revive the utmost
value in cash by sending to the stores 12 West Broadway
place ami H cst Broadway, or letter per post. S. COHEN, i
N. B.? Ladies atteuded to by Mrs. Cohen. j
WATERPROOF CLOTHING. AC., AC. ? ENTIRELY |
M new fa I riis. mado of Rider's patent vulcanised gutta I
percha, free from unpleasant smell, will not decompoae and i
get tticky like India rubber, are lighter, cheaper, more
beautiful, and will stand all climates? comprising clothing
of all kinds, carriage cloths, horae covers, piano eovers,
travelling bags, druggist's article*, life pro servers, steam j
parking, and hundred* of other articles ? nil manufactured 1
and for sale by the North Ameflcau Cntta Percha Company, ;
102 Broadway. WILLIAM RIDER, President.
TRAVELLERS' CHID*.
(1AMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD TO PHILADBL
J phia, from pier No. 1 North river. Two line* dally, at
7 A.M. and 2 P. M. Accommodation line at 7 A.M., bj
steamboat John Potter, to Sooth Amhoy, thane* by ears M
way place* and Camden ; fare S2. Express line at 2P.M., hj
John Potter, to Amboy, th*noe dlreet to Camdam by ear*
through In fiv* hour*; fare IS.
f HANfiE OF ROUTE ON THE 11 A M. AND 4 pTm
line* for Philadelphia ?On and after Monday next, th?
13th of Mareh, the 11 A. M and 4 P. M. train*, by th* N*W
terser Railroad, for Philadelphia, will he run via Taeonej
and Walnut street, avoiding the annoyance and delay of tb?
omnibuses from Kensington, and affording passengers an of
portunlty to dine or take tea on board the steamboat, on tba
Delaware. The return trips from Philadelphia, at 8 A. M.
and ihi P. M., will also leave from Walnut street wharf.
Hudson river r.ulroad.-trainb daily
from Chamber* street for Albany and Troy:?
Impress train, 7 A, M.? Through in four hour*, eonneetin*
with train* reaehlng Buffalo or Montreal atlOo'eloek *am<
evening. _ _ I
Mail 'rain, 8 A. M.? Through w?y train* at U M. aadl :
??. M.
Express train. P.*.? Emigrant train, <1 P. M For Tarry
?own. 10.?l P.M. ror Peokskill, 5 .10 P. M. For Ponghkep*ie 1
r?> A. M. and 4 l'.M Passenger* taken at Cham'ar*
'anal. Christopher, Fourteenth, md Thirty firit street*.
Socday train* from Canal street, at 3.40P.M., for Albaay
tnd Troy, stopping at all ?ay station*
JuI'MI NL> FRENCH, Soperintendent
New york'and Philadelphia direct-via
New Jersey Railroad, through in four houra? Unite*
Statesuiail and exprees line, leave New York. footefCort
landt street, at seven, nine tnd eleven, P M., and at font
and half-past live, P, M. fsre? ?2 7^ in seven and elever
A. M., and I'onr P. M. $2 SO (for tecond alas*) la *l*ve?
A. M. from New York and ouarter pa*t fonr from Phil*
delphla; (3 in ain* A. M , and half pa*t five P. M. Ao j
commodation linn leave* at twelve M. (at rednoetf
prices) from Cort'andt street, through in *i> uoorc
Through tick*ts sold for Baltimore, Washington, Norfolk
Welden, Wilmington and Charleston. In the above train*
Throngh baggage agents in the nine and balf past five train
?nly. l'atpeoger* with baggage eroes -be ferry ffteea mis
n?es before the train testes.
UriREWSBURY LONO HR4NOH, HIGHLANir*
O Ocean House and Oce*a port ? The *t. imtr JAMES
( Hr.lKTOPnrR CeMstn Jolin Price will leave rhc foet o I
Hvl'y *?r?t Varcli 4. l"e'e'?fk A. M., Jib. at II A ?f.:
?th *? l?iJ l'?h ir y . sr. litb. at 7 ' M , cav?#
Oaes?< ? ir l. *?r b*. *1 M *. M., M.tiffl.: rth. fc?l f 1
alt A M. I
Atwo^storv^usbTwItu ?ioHt"r005I8, oar
riare home, barn, an<l three acres, with fruit, to let ?
Rent k$IW. Alio a two story bonne with four rooma, with
Line ires or less. to lot. Rant $160. Both pl&eea being
three and a half mile* from Port Richmond, States Iliand.
Inquire at 167 Broadway, room 16.
A BEAUTIFUL AND NRAT PARLOR AND OPPICE
to let, ob the first floor, in a house with a private fami
ly, ia Bleeeker strut, near Broadway . Gas, bath, Ac. Will
bo lot as parlor and sleeping apartment, furnish**! or unfur
nished. or to a genteel professioaal man. Apply at No. 855
Broadway.
A HO 18* TO LRT AND THR F1JRN ITURR FOR
sale, having been in use only eight weeks, and all of
the most modern ityle. The advertiser is aboat to leave
for K ti rope before the 1st May next; woald sacrifice for eash.
Apply No. 7 South Second itreet, Williamsburg, between U
and 4 P. M.
A FOUR YZARS LEASE OF SORE FIFTEEN ROOMS,
oa a Broadway corner, at MM yearly rent, caa be
had low by applyiag to BILLING A TUCKER, auctioneers,
43 Walker itreet.
Broadway property to let or lease-no. to
Broadway will be let or leased for throe years, from
! April or 1st May. Honse with modora Improvements? 25 by
80, lot 25 by 100 feet ? raitable for a private dwelling or for
business pnrpoeei. Inquire on the premises, or S. Q. SMITH,
> 14 Fulton itreet.
BROADWAY.-TO LET. THR SPACIOUS STORE AND
large back room 818 Broadway, opposite the St. Nicho
[ lai Hotel, suitable for an auction room, or aay other re
i ipectable bniiaeu. Alio, two barber'i ehairs, polea and
marble washitands, quite bow, for tale. Apply oa the
I premiiei.
Broadway? to let-the desirablr pro
perty No. 818 Broadway, very suitable for a milliner/
! or tallorfag eitahlishment; hai three fine room a, 28 by 60,
, beiidei basement and fourth floor. Alio, the ainall itore
next door and a it able In the neighborhood, with room for
four horses and carriage. Apply to JAMES PRICR, 200
Hudson ttr- et.
Boarding house to let-on broadway, cor
nor of Twenty-eighth atraet, that large boarding
? Hamilton) house, with forty large bedrooms, with parlori,
large dining roi>m, and ipacioua kitchen, with rangei. Oai
ana Croton water all throughout. A lease for lix yoari oaa
be given. Apply to D. T. EASTON, No. 17 Wall struct.
Can ice the premiiei l>etween 10 and 12 A. M., or 2 and 4
BLF.ECKF.R STREET-HOCSE TO LET? SOME EIOH
teen or twenty rooms, with bath, all in good order, lo
cated west of Broadwav. It may be had for two yeari, with
I possession first of April.
BILLING A TUCKER, Aaotionoeri, 43 Walker street.
BARBER'S SHOP TO LET-FURNISHED, IN A DE
liraMe location; possession immediately. Iaquire at
the office of the Clarendon Hotel.
CHEAP RENTS IN BROAD WAY. -TWO LARGE AND
elegant ihow rooms or stores, oa leeoad story; alio of
fices ana rooms, large and small, at 483 Broadway, two doori
below Broome itreet, suitable for tailori, tmllliueri. artists,
architects, dagnerreotyplsts, Ac. Rooms well lighted; oa
traace wide and accessible. Apply to Dr. POWELL, ocu
list, C( 2 Broadway, or on the premises, room No. 17.
Desirable stores and offices to let in
Clinton Hall, Aator place, extending through to
I Eighth itreet, near Broadway. The itorei to be fitted up
i with iron fronts, plate glais, Ac. Apply to EDMUND COF
j FIN, 30 Broad itreet.
JJIACTORY TO LEASE OR FOR SALE- BRICK
_T building, 80 by 80 feet, two itorlei, unfailing water
power, twenty-five aeres of land, and ontbulldingi; ntuatcd
at Monroe Worki, ninety minntei from thii city, a few yards
from the railroad depot, uoodi ean be lent by railroad Eait,
Weat, North or South. Dr. M. PRICE MOORE, 77 Warroa
itreet.
ACTORY TO LET? WITH STEAM POWER; THE
? whole or part of it; the building ii well lighted, and
power iteady. Poneiiion can be had at any time. Inquire
at the Congress Steam Mlili, 172 Forsyth itreet, or to PHI
LIP CORELL A CO., 2&0 Pearl itreet.
Farm to rentor for sale? on staten island,
two milei from a iteauiboat landing, with large house,
out buildingi, orchard and garden, situated oa the lower bay,
with sandy beach for bathing in front, and good flihing.
Rent low to a good tenant. Apply at 40 Fulton itreet, second
?tory.
FURNISHED ROOM8.-A PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD
let to tingle gentlemen, without board, two or three
roomi. The home ia pleasantly situated, and convenient to
merchants or otheri doing busineis down town. Appiy at :
No. 1 State itreet, corner of Whitehall.
Furnished rooms, with gas, ac., on the
third floor of a genteel house on the Fourth avcuue,
near Madison iquare, to let, to gentlemen, without board.
Family private, and no moving on tho first of May. AdJreii
Roomi, box 1,839 Post Office.
Fulton street store to let or lease? from
May next, for two years, at a vory low rent, to a good
tenantt, or the upper part would be rented for lawyers'
office* or other purpoies. Apply at 197 Fulton itreet.
Handsomely furnished house to i.et-or
suites of roomi, with or without board, with all the i
modern improvements, bath rooms, gas, Ao., at 88 West :
Twenty seventh itreet. oorner of Fifth avonuo, ono block i
from Broadway.
House to let? no. 172 east fourteenth
itreet, near Second avenue; first class, with all modern
improvements. Inquire of S. M. PEYSER, 4S7 Broadway,
corner of Broomo street.
T jIiQF0Kr??,05S;~THK 000D WILL, FIXTURES, AND
XJ lcaseofthe Military Shadsi, 97 Cranberry itreet, near
be Mld'ohwp "**?* *nd th# Armory, Brooklyn. wiU
T ARGE STORE TO LET.?- NO. 1,102 BROIDWVY
wilmIm tfeAYiToV*t5i bin. tbe Uaemont- 10
Maiden lane.? to lf.asf,, the first, third
and fourth, or the iccond, third aud fourth lot'ta, ia the
tine Irown free stone building No. :i9 Maiden lane. Longth
of lofts 1)0 feet. For terms, (which aro reasonable.) apply to
U. JOSEPH1 A CO., on the premises.
OFFICES TO LET? TWO LARGE OFFICES, AIRY
and well lighted, on the aeoond floor, No. 53 Broadway,
now occupicd by the Association for the Exhibition of the
Industry of All Nations, well calculated for an insurance
company or a banking h?uso. Will bo rented for ono or
more years. For terms, Ac., app!> to WM. O'BRIEN, 33
Wall itreet.
0
FFICF.S TO LEX IN CHAMBERS STREET? AD JO I N
ing tho Girard Hou?o, opposite the Hudson River rail
road iliptt. tLo in not central and business location in tho
city. lowicsainn given immediately. Inquire in t'ao cl?
thing ktore of CAVBIiELL BROTHERS, 123 Chamber* at'
OFFICE TO LET? WITH OR WITHOUT LOFT, ON
tho south tide of Burling flip, Inquire of O. D. DAY,
S2 Burling slip.
PART OF A HOl'SE TO LET? IN A PLEASANT AND
respoctabie neighborhood in the upper part of the city,
near the terminm of the Sixth Avenue Railroad; part of a
three atory brick houte, consisting of front and back room
and extension room on the ancona floor, and two rooraa on
the third floor, with oloieta, and privilege in bath room aud
laundry. Rent $2W. For particular* Inquire at No. 33
West 1 wenty- third stroet.
Rooms to let? at ms pearl street, with
(team cower, near Broadway; alao, two large rooms,
fronting on Broadway, auitahlefor manufacturing Jewellers, j
nqnlre at the office of the metallic cap manufactory, U5
Pearl itreet.
STORE TO LET? A VERY DESIRABLE LOCATION.?
Poaneaiion giveu lat of April if required. Inquire of C.
P. COOPER, ll? Murray street.
TO LET? PART OF HOUSE NO. 87 AVENUE C. IT
will only be let to a family without children. Apply, be
tween 10 and 4 o'eloek, on the premlaoa, or to GEORGE
ELLIOTT, corner avenue C and Ninth itreet.
TO LET? STORE NO. 2? BEEEMAN STREET, WITH
or without bailment. Store and baaement are each 90
feet deep, well lighted, front, rear and side. Inquire of 1
JAMES CONNER A SONS, 20 Btckman at reel
TO LET? HOUSES AT HOBOKF.N, FROM $373 TOfcVlO.
Also, parts of houses, from $120 to $273. Apply at 27
Hudaon atreet, New Yoek, from 1 to 2J?, P. M., or corner of
Washington and Flrft itreete, Hobokcn, from b to 10, A. M..
and 4% to 7, P. M. JOHN M. BOARD.
TO LET? TO A GENTEEL FAMILY, WITHOUT
children, the lower part of a house on Claion, two 1
doon from Fluahlnc avenuo, Brooklyn. fiTtjon minutes
walk from Fulton terry. Stages past the d?or every five !
minute*. The apartment* consist of two largo parlors and
kitchen on first floor, cellar, Ac., bedroom up stairs. At- !
tached is a large garden, 200 feet deep, stocked with the
choiceat fruit. Rent $!M). Apply to
JAMES E. PHELPS, 32n fourth street, Now York.
TO I.ET-AFARMON STATEN ISLAND, NEAR PORT ,
Richmond. Inquire ?t 13 Ann street.
TO l.ET? LOWER PART OF HOUSE NO. 83 SEVENTH [
itreet, between First and Second avenuea, confuting !
of front baaement and bedroom, flrat flo>r two parl?r? and .
bedroom, with two bedroomi in third itorr; uae of bath, and j
cellar for oooking, to aimall gen.col family.
TO LET? IN TnE .TENTH WARD, TO A VERY SMALL
genteel family, part of a three itury house. In a good
neighborhood, consisting of fenr rooma, front baaement, I
half ?>f cellar, 4c. Haaaflne large yard. For particulars
inquire in itore, ft 7 Diviaion atreet.
TO LET? TWO STORY COTTAGES, RENT $?* IT, It
month each, in Williamsburg, about twenty minutes I
walk of Feck slip ferry; alao the uppot part of a superior
three-story brick house in South Brooklyn. Pooaeaalon of
all immediateijr. Apply at 26A Atlantic atreet, near Smith, !
Brooklyn.
O LET-AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN, ,
baaement of No. 24 Beekma i atreet. Inquire of
JAMES CONNER A ?ONS, 29 Beekman atreet.
T
TU O LET-STORE AND DWFI.LINO NO. 220 HUDSON I
street; genteel dwelling bou?e*202 Hudaon, 78 Varrlck. I
and .VI Watta Ftreeti, all in the vicinity of Canal street, and ,
1A3 Cbambera street, a few doors weat of IIuda?n; alao, acse
ral apartmen-ta, suitable for respectable white families. Ap- j
ply to JAMF.8 1'iiltE, 200 Hudson aticct.
TO LET-A GENTEEL TOREE STORY AND n.VSE
ment brick house.containing twelve rooma with an b cel
lar. twenty-two feet front, beside* three feet alley. with gate,
in Powers street. between Dean and Bergen atreet?,Bro"k
lyn. Rent $3M). Gaa will he introduced if rcinlrod. I n
qnire of E. AUERBACH, H4 John atreet, Nuw York, from
11 to 1? o'clock, or 127 Rivington atreet, New York, from3
to B oiloik.
TO LET- THE THIRD FLOOR OF THE NEW BUILD
? Ing No. .'ICannl atreet, 21 feet 0 by DO in the clear.
Rentf-'lflO. Steain power can be obtained from the adjoin
ing building. Apply to J. W. ROWK, on the pr?mi.'<i.
TO LET-IN ADELPIII STREET, BETWEEN MVRTLE
? and Park avennea. the tipper part of a house, consisting
of five roomi on one floor, with three KrepUcca. use of nellar,
Ac., to a small family. Rent $140. Inquire at No. 1M
Broadway.
IIO LET? THE UI'I'ER PART, (WITn BACK BASK
inent.) of tho tbree story hon>e 100 Me llaon street, be
tween Catherine and Market. Inquire of F. II. LOUIS, No.
37 Catherine atreet.
TO l.ET? THE SECOND STORY OF STOKE 195 I UL
tou atreet. A handsome room and well lighted.
K. N. KEI.LOOO, 196 Fulton itreet.
rpo LET? ELEGANT FIVE 8TORY BROWN STOVE
1 houao 10(5 East Twenty flrat atreet, nonrly oppoaito
i.rimen y park, iinlshed in very belt stylo, all the linprove
tnrnta In t>ulluit>g. in perfect repair; boa furnace, gas, \en
tilatora, air ilmmber, l aths, speaking tnhoi, Are., and a key
to park A private stable will be built ia July entered on
Twenty sen ud itr et Rent $3,300 Loea tf'Ti Is iimnr
palled. Apply to T. U. VOORIIIES, '.A La?t Twentieth
rtred. aftorS'P. M.
rpo LET? STORE AND DWELI INO nolfSF NO. 720
I Greenwich atreet. Apply to W. A J B. IIAKKlOf,
No 124 Charles atreet.
fpO LET? TO A SMALL AMERICAN FAMILY if IT If OUT
I children, part of a lionie on Thirty-third street near aixth
avenac. Rent$i;'t> Also a two atorv and 'aaetae it house
ar.d fonr lota on I '? Kalb avenue, in 'tho elty of Kruoklyn.
Iient$l". All<- <?.' I .?M>?a r.nd lota ond vacant lot* In this
ity. V. M. CbMKY. Mtoadway._|
nuMjrv* mwitiMt
mo LET? A HOUSE ELIGIBLY SITUAraD^uTrovrN
JL bel*Mi Fourth ?u J Fourteenth streets, convenient to
Sixth avenue, md accessible to three line* a f iU(H. Tho
home is a throe story brick, with modern Improvements.
Rcntt&VO. Can ho Men between the hoars of 10 and 12 A.
V., au<l 3 to 5 P. M. Alto two lofti la the victni'y of Chat
ham itreet, suitable for varnUhers, pianoforte manufac
turers, chair maker*, Ac. For particular! inquire of S. 11.
BIX BY, 40 Eaat Broadway.
mo LET- HALF OF A PLEASANT AND CONVENIENT
i bouse, (five reoms). in Spring itreet, to a (mall family.
The furniture of laid tenement, which ii nearly new. will
he lold t lieap at it itandi. Rent *22 per saenth. Furniture
flOOless than cost. Apply to ELMORE, fl> Llspenard street.
TO LET? A MOST CONVENIENT THREE STORY
house, 216 Thompson street, near the Parade (round,
with Croton water, bath, furnace and gas all through, and
fine large yard. Inquire at 230 Thompson street.
mo LET? THREE FLOORS, 38 BY (SO. INQUIRE AT
1 N*. 286 Bowery. Possession immediately.
A. 9> SMITH.
rpo LET? TO A SMALL FAMILY, PART OF THE
1 house No. 200 Allen street, consisting of two rooms and
bedroom on the second floor, bedroom in the attls and front
basement. To he seen from 3 to 6 o'clock P. X.
rpo LET? A CORNER STORE. WITH CELLAR. IN
X house No. 88 avenue A. A first rate stand for a grucery.
Apply to W. A. WATK1NS. 113 Wall street.
TO LET? TnE LOWER PART OF A THREE STORY
house, consisting of front and back parlors and large
bedroom, with basement and cellar; marble mantels and
folding doors on first floor. Reference required. Inquire
si 34 commerce street, between 12 and 3 o'clock. Rent fclO
TO LET? HOUSE AND STORE NO. 2S3 NINTH AVE
nue. The store has been doing a good business in wines
and liquors for the last fifteen years. To a good tenant ?
lease will be given at a moderate rent. Inquire of lirs.
WAGNER, on the premises or of J. Davis, No. 2 Counties
slip.
TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS? THE STORE
on the northwest corner of Thirty-ninth street and
Sixth avenue. Also the two floors above, for manufacturing
purposes. Inouire of FRANCIS BLANCHET, 290 Sixth
avenite, before 9 A. M., or after 5 P. M.
rpo LET? THE BUILDINO NO. 218 GREENWICH
X street, between Barclay and Vesey streets, having two
stores, and dwellings above them, will be let separate, or
the two will he altered to one lane store. They are now oc
cupied as a stall oners and umbrella store. For particulars
apply to C. H. ATKINS, 212 Greenwich street,
TO LET-THE WELL KNOWN BOARDING HOUSE.
376 Pearl street, containing twenty-one rooms, filled
with permanent boarders; the unexpired lease or three
years lease will be sold on moderate terms. Hous* can be
seen from 2 till 5 o'clock.
pi#?* Si ftoryS'w^8' DEsIRABI,E A\D WEI L
Dey .! Apply to tt&OB HaStuS?
TO LET? PART OF A HOUSE; ALSO, A BEAUTIFUL
suit of rooms fur a private family, and two basement
perlors, established and suitable for professional gentle
men. All the modern Improvements; situated in Fourth
avenue between Tenth and Eleventh streets, and one block
from Broadway, at No. 86.
TO LET? TEN COTTAGE8, AT 17 A MONTH; ALSO
farms, from one te twenty aeres each, at llyde Park de
pot, directly on the Long Island Railroad, seventeen miles
(one hour's ride) from Brooklyn. Apply at No. 3D Broad
way, ?p stairs, or at Hyde Park depot.
TO I.ET? AT FORT WASHINGTON, A STORE AND
two dwellings and barn, with half an aero of land to
each. Inquire of BOWERS, on the premises, or of BUK
MAN. A7 Bowery. Also a cellar In the rear of 17 Md 19
Chrystle street; slie about 50 feet square.
TO LET? A COUNTRY RESIDENCE IN THE VIL
lage of Port Chester, one honr's ride by the New Haven
Kailroad; the house is new. and beautifully located, within
five minutes walk of the railroad depot, with sufficient out
buildings, two aeres of land, garden, Ac., all in good order.
Merchants and others doing business in the city will And it
a convenient place of residence. For particulars inquire of
William Small, Esq., 413 Broadway, or of the subscriber, In
Port Chester. S. HORTON.
TO LET? THE UPPER PART OF THE HOUSB NO. 17
Butler street, Brooklyn. For particulars inquire on the
premises.
TO LET-A MOST CONVENIENT THIIEE STORY
house, No. 18 Abingdon place, fronting tiie Park, with
Croton water, bath, furnace, and gas all through. Apply to
O. T. TERHUNE, No. 7 llrond street, up stairs.
TO LET-THE SUBSTANTIAL BUILT TWO STORY
and attic brick dwelling house No. 130 Amity Ltreet;
marble mantels throughout, mahogany side and sliding
doors, enclosed back plana dry under cellar. >tc., Is. Ap
ply to ALFRED COOPER, clerk s office, Xo. 8 City Hall.
TO LET-TWO ROOMS, ON FIRST FLOOR, FOR AN
office, and also a portion of the upper part of the house,
to a small family, at .'t3*J Sixth avenue, near Twenty-first
street. Apply on the premises, between 3 and 5 P. M.. or at
214 Broadway, of J. A. WALNUT.
TO LET? PART OF HOUSE NO. 27 OLIVER STREET,
between Madison and Chatba a street.*. For particulars
Inquire on the premises.
TO LET-A THREE STORY BRICK AND MASTIC
house, with basement and sub-cellar, in lloyt street,
between Pacific and Dean, Brooklyn, on went eido; gas,
loi th*. range, pump, hot find cold water, Ac., in the house;
elie 24x46. It i,< fitted up in the most elegant and modern
style, painted and frescoed throughout, and in a most eligi
ble neighborhood. Rent, to a de>alrahle tenant, cheap? say
from ?IfiO to $M0. Apply to J. H. HOBABT PINUKNJBY,
78 Nassau street, New York, or AO Hoyt street. Brooklyn.
TO LET? TO A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY,
without children, tic entire third floor of a modern
built hou-o. with all the improvements, Croton water, ?as,
and bath loom, and In a very nice neighborhood. The rest
of tho houso to be occupied by a small family only. Gas bill
included. Apply at No. 8 Cedar itreet.
TO LET? TIIE LARGE THREE STORY BOUSE NO. 423
lourth street, (Albion place ) now undergoing tho m >st
com pit t o and thorough repair*, with nil modern improve
ments; will be in elegant order 12th April. Seen any hour.
E. B. KIN8H1MER, 318 fourth avenue.
ril? LET? AN ELEGANT BROWN STONE FRONT
A liousc and carriage house, in Brooklyn, near Peck slip
firry. Gss in thchou.se. Stages pass close by. ln<iuiru of
GEO. C. JEFFERIF.S, 100 Bowery'
TO LET ? A HACK ROOM ON THIRD FLOOR OF
building 177 Greenwich street, between I)ey and Cort
Inudt . It In fitted op with drnwer?, shelving. Ac., for a shoe
manufactory, or would be suitable for any other light busi
ness. Possession can V e had item .llstely, and fixtures fur
(ale if wanted. Inquire of L. Stewart, on the premises ; or
of T. Negus A Son, in the hardware store.
TO LET-ON BROADWAY, A LARGE, FURNISH1D
parlor, with pantry, ou the first floor, and bedrooms if
required, at ATI Broadway, oppoalto the Metropolitan Hotel
TO LET? THE LOWER TART OF HOUSE NO. 18 CAR
roll afreet, South Brooklyn, two minutes walk from
limnilUn avenue ferry, consisting ?f two lino parlors on the
tirM floor, front basimcnt and three room* on the third.
Kent moderate. Apply to W. S. CLIREHUOU, 17s) Broad
way, up stairs.
TO I.ET? IN HOBOKEN, TO A SMALL RESI'EOTA
ble family, the aeeond floor of a honse, consisting of four
rooms. Rent $100. Inquire of E. A. LAMl'E, 92 Wall st.
TO LET-FROM THE FIRST OF MAY, THE SECOND
floor of the thrco story house No. xy Monroo street, and
one l>edroum on the third floor, if required. Will suit a
small family only. Apply to A. McSHANE, 61 Fulton st.
TO LET-A BARROOM ON THE riKST FLOOR, IN
house No. 43!) Broadway, suits Mo for an office. or a
light mechanical business. Inquire at 1W Broadway, of P.
Gilsey, in the segar store.
I'O LET? illE LAKtiE AND EXTENSIVE PREMISES
known as 3.17 Broadway, the storo beinj 17.1 feet in
depth, together with the basement underneath: well lilted
for a salearmm or furniture warehouse. A'-o. the upper
part of said premises; the second story well suited tor a
dagncrreotypist. Alio, to let, a fonr story re^r '.uilding for
wi rksltops, now being used as a cabinet maker's shop, with
an alley way in Anthony street. Inquire at the above nutn
1 er, in the segar store.
rPO LET- OFFICES AND SUITS OF llOUUS IN MUR
J ray street, near College place. App.y to AUG. E. KING,
No. f Nassau street.
TO LET-TIIE LARGE AUCTION STORE, CELLAR,
and sub-cellar, 26 feet 8 inches by IOi>, No. 81 Nassau
street: also, the third and fourth floors, saitiMo for light
mechanical business requiring good light: also, several
offices on second, third, and fourth floors. Immediate pos
session. Inquire of E. FERRIS, 62 Nassau street.
TO I.F.T ? THE SECOND STORY OF A PLEASANTLY
situated house in Second street, consist ing of two par
lors and three small rooms, to a gentleman and hid wifo
only. Address To Let, Herald office.
TO LET? TnE UPPER PART OF A FOUR STORY
dwelling In Sixteenth street, to a small family. (>as.
hatha, water closets, Ac., on caeh floor. Rent fc'xKl. House
now occupied by owner's family, consisting of three per
sons. Possession previous to May I. The house is of the
tirst class. Address B., box 2,877 Post Office.
TO LET? THE BASEMENT NO. 1B0 BROADWAY,
cointrtf Liberty street. For terms, apply at the Island
( ity llauk.
rro LET.? A WIDOW LADY, RESIDING ALONE,
L within a block of Union square, w"nld let to a gontlc
man the occasional or permanent use of a furnished room;
terme, $10 per week in advance Address Armine, Metro
politan Por t Office. 102 East Ninth street.
ri O I.ET? THE FIRST FI.OOR 01" HOWniTE STREET,
J n few doors west of Broadway, for holiness purposes,
w ith a lens? of three years frjm next May. Can be had a
tw days before May for alteration, If reqnired. Alio, two
ifflces.
T'O LET IN BROOKLYN? TIIE TWO STORY AND
attic brick house with basement and under collar, No. l.Ti
lindson avenue, a fev minutes walk from the Fultou ferry.
Kent til 0. Innnire of FRANCIS BLANCHET, 2?0 Sixth
avenue, before 8 A. M., or after 5 P. M.
TO LET OR LEASE-A LARGE MANSION HOUSE,
^n Court street, Br#o'. lyn, with rooms and gronn 'a
putts' lo for a garden, ice cream saloons, Ao. The ground
it lt'7 by 164 feet. Other housei to let in Brooklyn, lit (Uire
ef S. P. TOWNSEND, 83 Nassau street.
TO LET OR LEASE? TnE TWO STORY BRICK FAC
tory, 111 M est Twenty fourth street, between Sixthand
Seventh avenues, with steam power, hydraulic prejs, brush
mills, drying cylinder, press paper, iron presi plates, to
gether with other machlney ?nit.?ble for dying ahd calen
dering, or anv,?.ther manufacturing purposes. Apply to
M. WILMuli Ki William street, corner of Maiden 1
rPO LET OR LEASE? A PLEASANT HOUSE,
1 situated *ast of the Bowery. I:i a doM ftbie l.ieati m,
with largo yarii, Croton water, Ac., would bo lea?ed for >
frm ef year* toa good tenant, ^pply to B. W. RICHARDS,
8b7 Broadway.
TO LET OR LEASE.? THE MODI. UN BUILT FOUR
itorj basement house 1H0 West fifteenth street, n r
highth avenuo. Sixteen rooms, bath, ran.ro, large cellar,
yard, Ac. Bent Ss<>t>, very convenient, and every way snit
able lor a genteel private family. For further particulars,
call at t!:e l.i use.
TO ITT OR FOR SALE? THREE YEARS' LEASE OF
a Gern..in restaurant, now doing a rood i.nsines*. For
further partimlaii luqt iiu ut 1'lj C'liatham stroet, corner
of Pearl.
Toi.pt or iEAFrr?n sale?ttie desirable
I niloine ,-i;l liroaiiwsv. Inquire of ri. V. IJIItltiNO,
??of,' d' ?.< t. < rc<n Block. Bator street, hoiwecn Tina and
ll*puy?|?r streets.
rro I. LAP! FOR A TERM Or YEARS? THE VALUABLE
J. T-lfl if round torr?r of CiaimI *?'! Vartfl
M.e, b~ fact a inches by 101 feet, tngathor with the ?"h?tan
I ..I I rick building thereon, by 53 to*t. App>j to A. K
CI RHMAN, No. Jft7 Broadway, roam 14
TO HTATIONr.ES IND IVMf D1 ?tt*' TO LIT, A
-tore in the ntp.r i-aitM the; ity. dt .. U an ! tt'tnrol
for > file t hear < r ff ticrtral 1? <?" *atttr?? oi ly *?!!' b? sold,
pply (eon tc PHILIP J. COZENS, 1?- Naiviu streM.
iCMiNTfl RNXVin,
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TO I XT? A VERY NICE HOUSE. WEST OF BROAD
Way, b< low Bleeckcr street. containing between twentv
nnd tblrty rooms, now occupied by the owntr. fvriliM
throughout by himself with nil U>? modern improiomuat*
Ototon utter, hath, gas, Ac., to a good tunant a lease wil
?>e given, B W. RICHARDS. 307 Rroadway.
fM) PAINTERS.? I WILL SELL CHEAP FOR CASH
stock and fixtures in f-e paint ttore nnd (hop. No
1,038 Broadway. near Thirtieth street, or I will soft ?ha
"took I haie, together with the flxtares, eomprtein#
"?lit tL>>W"Mi' *? ?*rrI ox the painting business. I&
1AW, ?OABLDniO ABO LODGDie. I|
A -0-**TL'MaN- and Win ORAFRW SINOLtf
ZT. i RJI! With kaadsosse roam.
8? first J22L ll V?.?LeM T???J second street. The hoasf
v w,P?et. and splendidly famish^
tkroagkeut. Noma bat parties of the flrit respectably aaa^
apply. N o child raa or servants takoa. Dinner at 6 o'cloc* ??
A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND BRd||
ssi xrr.s.TiJtv. s uwrsw?
sxsfi'tix.va.m?- ^ssn^'' I
A SUIT OF ROOMS AND A SINGLE ROOM TO LET
with partial board, ia a private fa mil/, am West Thir
teeath street, near Seventh avenue; aaitabta- for genttaaei
and wives, or aiagle gentlemen. Modera eonvealenoiM ir
the boas*. with every comfort af home. Address L Pai<
i Office. Reference! exchanged.
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, PROFESSOR OF FRMNCB
language in the aeighborhaod of New York, iriehaa t<
find a tespeotable English or German family where ha emit
1 procure board, and in payment thereof give leaaoai ia thi j
| French language. Address T. 8., 8S Canal itraet, ap stair.
A GENTLEMAN AND HIS Win CAN BE ACCOM
modated with board In a private family, at Brooklyn
within ten minutes walk of Fultoa and Wall (treat farrier .
Further particular giTtn en applying to N. Dougherty, 101
Water (treat.
Brooklyn.? a pleasant boom can bi qb
tained by a gentleman aad wife, (with board, or twe
(ingle gentleman without board, and oat room for a ringl*
gentleman, ia a private family, at IIS Saada (treat, tve mi
notes walk from Fulton ar Bridge street ferries.
HAVF
board,
Board.? one or two gentlembn can bj
a pleasant room oa the third floor, with partial b<
in a mall family. Apply at 48 East Eighteenth (treat.
Board ? rooms, with board, for gentlemen
and their wivea. or for single gentlemen, can be ebtaia
ed at 1! 0 West Eighteenth street.
Board.? two single gentlemen, or a gev
tleman and hU wife, can have a parlor an9 bedroom,
either furaished er unfurnished, at $? Weat Twenty sixtt
(treet.
Board.-furnished or unfurnished rooms
with or without partial board, near the Sixth Aveaut)
Railroad. Inquire at No. 9 Bedford street.
Board-a small private family CAN AC.
commodate a gentleman aad hit wife with a suit oj
rooms, on the second floor, in a modern built house, conve
nient to cars and stages. Apply at No. 8 Warrea place
Charles street. References exchanged.
BOARD.-A SUITE OF ELEGANTLY FURNI8HBC
apartments, suitable for families or a party of geatle
ii. en: also rooms for eingle gentlamea, in a house replet*
vi ith all the modera improTemeata; dinner at ? o'clock. Ap
ply at 101 Teath (treet, corner of Fourth avenue.
BOARD-A VERY DESIRABLE SUIT OF ROOMS CAN
now be bad at fiftti Broadway, (near the Metropolitan,:
consisting of front parlor andtwo communicating bedrooms.
Dinner at six o'olock. A party of two or mere gentlemen
prefeircd. Gas and bath fa the house, aad dually private
References exchanged. f !
BOARD-A HANDSOME, FURNISHED ROOM, 8UIT
able for two young gentlemen, ia a very pleaaaat loea
tloa. Address No. 4 Tiflarj. corner Fulton street, Brooklyn
five minutes walk, from either ferry.
Board? a pleasant room on THE FIR81
floor, with a grate ia it. (aitable for one or two young
fcntlcmen, to let, In a private house, with full or partial
oard. Apply at 114 Franklin street.
Board in clinton place.? an elegant suite
of rooms, with all the modern improvement*, for a gen
tleman and hi( wife, or for single gentlemen; also a room fod |
a single gentleman, at 97 Clinton place. Will not move is
May.
Board in brooklyn.-a widow lady, hayinqi
a house pleasantly located, with all the modera im
provements, within (even minutes walk from the Montagu*
ferry, would let a auit of rooma with board, to a gentleman
aad bi( wife, or two (ingle geatlemen. Apply at 62 Wil
loughby (treet.
Board in Brooklyn. ? a gentleman and I
wile, and two aingle gentlemen can have full or par
tial board ia a neat and comfortable house, on moderate
terms, within a few mlnutee walk of either Fultoa, Caths-i
rlno or Rooacvelt street ferries. Referonctt exchanged.
Apply at 123 8anda (treet, Brooklyn.
Board in south Brooklyn.? wanted, a few '
hoarders, at No. IK) Prctident etroet, between Columbia i
and liicka streets, where they (hall have an agreeable and
pleaaant home. The house ia new and airy, aad situated
v ithin three minutes walk of Hamiltoa avenue ferry, and ten
of South ferry. Terms reasonable.
Board wanted? in Brooklyn or hoboken,
near the ferry, by ajeatleman aad his wife, in a private
family. Address J. C. DeZeag, 7? Dey street.
Board wanted? by a gentleman and wife,
in thia city or Brooklyn, near Fulton or Wall street
ferries. Any private family having a pleasant room, well
fnrniahed, ana desiring to form a pleasant association, will
the right kind ofa party by addressiag N. M., Herald ofllce,
stating terms and iovatlou. Beat of reference given and re
quired. Hoarding house keeper? will plcaae not answer.
Board wanted? by a lady, near broad
way, and not above Houston atroet. Reference given
and required. Address E. Whittcmon, Herald office.
BOAR? >vanted-for a gentleman and i,ady,
(lull hoard for lady.) A lurge room or parlor and bed
room, an. I use of bath, ro'iuirtd. Addrcsa II. I'. H., Union
squaro Post Ofllce " *""uu
B?w1n W A?T?,DTIN. "KOOKLYN, n^AR FULTON,
Wall or South ferries, with pleasant room, by two
fugle gentlemen, in a strictly private family, where they
comfort? of a home. Address (J. A S., bos
I oet Office, stating term*, which muit b ? moderate.
location and family. References exchanged.
Board wanted? from Saturday, hy a gen
tlcnian and wife, in * r.-*reotahlo family in Brooklyn,
near l'ullnn. Montague or Atlantic ferries; partial board tor
gentleman. Terme about six and a half dollars a week. Ad
?iress.lwith particulars, 8. A. B., Brooklyn Poet Office, or
box 1,603 New York Pott Office.
Board wanted? by a single gentleman, in
a private American family, where there are no other '
hoarders, in Brooklyn, Jersey City, or up town, with break
f.ist, dinner and tea on Sundays. Address J. K., box 3,394
New York Post Office, stating terms and location. Best of
references given.
Board wantf.d, by a young man-a fur
nished bedroom, with breakfast, tea and dinner on Hun
days, sent in*o his room in the very plainest manner, in a
private family, where tliere arc no other boarders taken,
for which a moderate price will be paid. Location not above
Fonrth street. Address box ,<16 Broadway Post Office.
Boakding.? a handsomely furnished par
lor and bedroom, on the aeeond floor, will b? let, with
board, to a gontleman and wife, withont children, in a ire*
class house. No. 37 Ninth street, near Fifth arcana.
Boarding? rooms to let. with board, at I
No. 4 Abingdon square, west side. No children or nurses
taken.
BOARDING.-A THIRD STORY FRONT ROOM AND
bedroom, furnished, suitable for a gentleman and wife.
Also, room for a single gentleman. Apply at 35 We?t Twen
tysecond street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
Boarding ? two or three single gentle I
men can be accommodated with pleasant rooms, with i
or withont partial board, in a email private family, near
Broadway and Fourteenth street. Please address W-C., I
Union square Post Office. >
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED? FOR THE SUMMER, I
by a family of six grown persona, in a respectable private
bonce, pleasantly situated within ten or twenty miles cf the
city, convenient to railroad depot or steamboat landing.
Address box l>56 Post office, with particulars.
ClOUNTRY BOARD? A FEW RESPECTABLE PER.
/ pons can be accommodated with flrst class board in Cla
verack Village. Colombia county, three miles from the city
of lindson, and within a few rods of the railroad depot. Lo
cation unsurpassed. For particulars inquire at JH9 East ,
Eighteenth street. ,
C10UNTKY BOARD^ WANTED? FOR A GENTLEMAN '
J ami bis wife, from tlio 1st of May, at come placo convs- j
nient to the city, eitheron the Hudson or Eatt rivers. Ad |
d rt is W . II., box 1,61.1 Post office. 1
French board.-a df.sirable suit of rooms, I
neatly fnrninhod, consisting of a handsome parlor, with
bedrooms adjoining. will be let together or separately. None i'
but those of the highest respectability need apply. Very,
genteel accommodations. Dinner at half past Apply at
68 St. Mark's place.
Fcrmshed rooms to let? in a central situa
tion near Broadway, at a moderate rate, in a private
family. No removal in May, References exchange). Ad
dress T. P. V., box 2,13s Pott Office.
1 BURNISHED ROOMS TO LET? ON' THE EUROPEAN I
plan, at 776 Broadway. A splendid sntt of four or Ave
apartments communicating, with exclusive bath, well adapt- <
?a for a family who wish to live well, and as if in their own
honse. The house is first-class and has all the modern lm ]
provcnionts. Please apply frou 1 till 3 o'clock P. M., when |
the rooms can be seen.
Furnished rooms -a SHALL private family,
about removing to the vkinitv of Fourteenth street, II
are desirous of letting a con pie of furnished rooms to gen-iir
tlemen of respectability. K'forencos exchanged. Inquire 1
at 212 Sixth !*vcnue, in the drug store. J
Furnished rooms to let? two suites oe 1
rooms, p.irlor and bedroom on flrst floor; on seepnd I
floor a very large front room and pantry; also rooms in the 1
attic for Single gentlemen or husband and wife, at 00 White J
street, a few doers from Broadway, west tide of Broadway. I
No movirp In May H
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-IN BROADWAY, |j
above liroome street, suitable for tingle gentUaMn, in a ?'
leipcrtable private honse The rooms oommunl-ate, and have
I antries. ns, Ac., attached. Apply at flOi Broadway, near
ly opposite the 8t. Nicholas Hotel.
1 BURNISHED ROOMS, WITHOUT BOARD.? 4JEN
tlemen can find handsomely furnithe-l rooms withont
biard, in th* flrtt elats honse No. 84 Franklin street, a few
drors west of Broadway. Bath and gas in the honse. No
movlnr on Hie flrst of May. Single gentlemen can har*
rooms with breakfast and tea. by applying at 84 Amity st.
Rooms to let? with or without board, at I
<?>7 Broome itrcet, west t.f Broadway. No moving th? >
t.rft of Ma.) . Hot and cold water in the house.
EOOM * WANTED. ? A " GENTLEMAN WISHES t
?mall mrnisheil lodgluK room, in a private family, fo>
which a n-c derate price will l>? p:? id in aavanee. la ahous*
with a respctable widow lady, who has no boarders, pre
ferred. A-'dmif, with rart fcnlars. Confidence, Broadway
I'ort Office, .
T~'"vrfri."ENTLKMKi, OK A UUNTI.EMAN AND WIFE.
can le is ecomm> dated with furnished or unfurnished
rooms, at 17" W est Twenty ftrtt street, near Eighth avenue.
TO LET? WITH BOARD. IN A PRIYATE FAMILY
in Brooklyn, flflecn Minutes walk from Wall street or
li.lton lirriet, u front turlor and bodroom, with p^Mriev i
attached, on sctond floor, t.ufurnlshed; also, same en thirl '
floor, lb- location is p' . int, and convenient 1 1 st><e> 4
Apply i t 17 Wlllougbhy str.et. 1
TITANTED- -BV TWO ^KNTUMEK, A NRATLYFUR
vv kisbnd biJrt is. with o^rd; location lietwoen Vesey
and Cm at street*. Tt ran rot .j?0d SO p*r week. At
d>?is lunry, liraid olHec, 1VT two dayt.

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