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TOH8ALE.
4Q r?nn -*0R 8At?? A norsi! AND LOT I.V
'Pt7>Uvv? Prospect plire, Jerifjr City, four stories and
taaament, with all tue modern improvemf utv, hot and oold
Mkr bath, gas and ventilators all throughout. Command!
?fe extensive view of the bay and city. Part of the purchaao
Money can remain on mortgage. Inquire of DA V ID SCOTT,
? Ml eftatc agent. Montgomery street, Jersey City. |
5 AAA tO 10,000 ACRES OF WELL LOCATED
,UUU land, either in Michigan. Ohio or Illinoia, would
be taken lk exchange for a recently built home, having all j
the modern cunvfniences. and situated in a central part of
Sin city Ditto renco ot value over a mortgage of about |
SD.000 on tlie house will be adjusted in cash. Address, for
one week only, Western Lands, box No. 317 l'ost Office,
Hew York.
. nAA ?FOR SALB. AT A GREAT SACRIFICE, A
$3,900. three story and basement 1
S?4:i feet marble mantles, sliding doors. Ac., ?U in go?? I
lot iOxlOOfeet in llrooklyu.fotir blooksfrom the ferry.
WhU nrooertv will be sold much below its value. Term*
ea?y. Ap|dy to A. 8RRUEANT..NO 15 Wall *treet.
An AAA -FOR SALE, THE LEASE STOCK, AND
5fc?5 UUU. fixture* of one of the beet halrdre**ing and
>' 1,'ni, saloon* in i he lower part of the city, near Bror.d
... ?ud now doing an extensive buiincs*. Apply t^,j
United Statei Real Estate Qlhce, H5 Chamber* mreo*..
?FOR SALE, A NEW TWO-8TQr^v uorSE.
$OUU. with lot 50 feet by 100, at Felh? amine, sixteen
mile* from tho City Hall, on the New aaven Railroad.
Term* easy. Apply at 2?7 Fir*t aveuua.
A BRICKYARD FOR BALE? W^TU ALL THE NECE9;
?ary machinery and other implement* required for the
?Mkuulacturv of the be*t N'tyth river briclu. Inquire for
M?t week, at the Real EstaVj Agency of Wtf. \V E ASl'ON 4
?*om No. 0, up stair*, flrat Boor, --'J and IBKi llroadway.
A TliANTIC STREET BROOKLYN'? HOUSE ANI> LOT
for *ale at a bargain; good three story house ha* nu>.
___ .ellar. party wall. Ac., between Clinton and Court
street Will be ?old for less than it is worth if applied for
??b-eellar. party wall, Ac.; between Clinton anil 1'otirt
Will be *o1d for lens than it is worth if apnlie '
BILLING A TUCKER. Auctioneer*. 43 Walker
BILLIARD TABLES FOR SALE ?BUYERS ARE RE
nuested to call and examine our superior made stock.
HBi 0f which we have made for private u*e, with marble
Bad* one second hand table in good order. l'or aale cheap.
GRIFFITH A DECKER. No. !*) Ann street.
OTTAi: K FOR SALE, WITH COURTYARD IN
front ? One of those neat two-story and basement brick
oottJv- in Twenty-fourth street, between Ninth and Tenth
avenues It contain* all necessary convenience*, such an
ns. lath, range. Ac. For further particulars, inquire at 33
Canal >treet.
COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE ? WILL BE SOLD CHEAP,
as the owner is going to Europe. an elegant two and a
kali story triune house, tilled iu with briok, stables, carriage
house, A?., with one acre of ground under a high state of
cultivation. Tho grounds are beautifully laid ont. Fruit
trees of every description, grape vines, Ac. Situr.ted on
Lang Island, live mile* from the Fulton and Wall street
ferries, and near tbc Flushing and Newtown railroad. Ono
half or two third* of the purchase money cau remain on
fcofld and mon^a^e. Address W. 3., Post Offioe, New York.
COUNTRY SEATS FOR SAIE-ONEOF SIX ACRES,
with tine dwelling, barn, fruit trees, Ac., near Fordliatu
Railroad depot, Westchester county, thirteen miles froin
Mew York; two of ten ncres each, with house, linru, ,tc.,
Bear Willinuisl rid? o Railroad depot; aim tl:reo hundred
?ther farms, for sale by A. SERGEANT, 15 Wallstrcot.
COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE OR TO LET? AN EI.E"
gant aud superior built mansion, with twelve acres of
Mad, all enclosed with stone wall of mason work and picket
fence on top, the whole handsomely laid out and urna
saented with walks and shrubbery, fruit and ornamental
trcer.; carnage and outhouses, situated about an hour and a
half's ride from New York city, on an emineuce oommand
tag an extensive Tie ? of tho Hudson river, and, for pictur
asqueness and beauty of scenery, is nut aurpassed by any
?lace on the Hudson river.
JOHNSON P. LEE, 157 Broadway.
COUNTRY RESIDENCE ANO FARM ON STATE.V
Island for sale.? A neatnewly built Gothic cottage, con
taining six rooms, a good cellar aud kitchen, with stables,
A?., and I 's acres of land, pleasantly -ituatod at C'entreville,
two miles from I'ort Richmond, and two and a half from
Yanderbilt's Landing. Iu time less an hour from the city
by the latter ferry. Apply on the premise.!. Also a farm of
forty aorcs of lirst quality land, with good and extonsivo
building*, well vat< red with never failing streams, and eli
gibly situated. Also two bouses and lots, one of which is
eighteen feet by twenty-four, two storie* high, and t ho other
twenty feet by thirty eight, one and a half stories high, with
cellars. The lots inll be made to suit the purchaser. Going
to the Western country is tho only reason for selling.
G. M LA FORGE, Contreville (late Four Corners.)
F^RrfrORSALE.? 1.10 ACRES, NEAR HUNTINGTON,
L. I., ninety acres nnder cultivation, the balance under
timber, flvo ai re* of which is a thriving locust grovd; good
buildings, and plenty of fruit: half a mile from Tost Oftioo,
xallls. A*.; in full view of Lone Island Sound. Price i.i.ju0.
Apply to E H. BKOWN, 71 Wall street, from 1 to 2 P. .VI.
r>R SALE-A PATENT SAFE, IN PERFECT ORDER,
medium size; a counter twenty feet long; two tine tna
feogany glass cases; also three largo signs with over eighty
large $ilt block letters. To be seen at <J1 Walker street.
9e> price, address W. S. R . Herald office.
For sale? a bargain, in EASTcnE^rER. west
chester county, fifteen minutes ride from Ilronxville
depot, Uarlem Railroad, one hourr-ml a quarter from New
York, a good two story house with ton rooms, storo, barn,
and one aud a half acres of prime land; aliiaJanoo of frnit,
ahrubbcrv. Ac., oesirablo for a country r^Fideneo, merchant,
wheelwright, butcher, or any business whatever. For par
' inlars apply to the sti> < riber on tho promises, or ly letter,
?t paid, addressed to him at Mount Vernon Post Otfioe,
Ueular* apply to the sub.-i riler on tho premises, or ly letter,
(Ht paid, addressed to him at Mount Vernon Post Oifici
Westchester county. Terms cash. JOHli S. JACKSO.V.
For sale? house and lot no. 275 west twen
ty seventh street, price t-4,000; $2.1100 can remain on
bead and mortgage for three years. Inquire t n the premises.
For sale? a first class livery stable, in
one of the most eligible locations In this city, now doing
a rood business, which is daily increasing Tho'presont pro
prietor i* about to fro to California, and the lease and stock
will be sold low for cash, l ull particulars will be given on
application to SMITH A DRAKE, -111 Eighth avenue.
For sale? the two story and attic iirick
house, and lot, No. 3 Franklin street. Four thousand
dollars e*n remain on mortgage for a term ol years, at seven
per ecnt. Apply at 44 Charier street.
For sai.e-the rest drinking saloon in the
city. It handsomely furnished with piano, mirror*,
ftinliui, An. ia well established. in an excellent location,
and ia diing a fine bnsincsi. Apply t i 1>. ElMO/tt, Ph'onlx
Saloon, 00 I.ispcuard struct, neur Broadw.iy and lianul st.
For sat e -a neat two stout and b\semf.nt
house, together wit It about half (in acre of land, cilia
led at South Fordism, about one hundred yards weft of tho
Upper Morriaai.ia depot. It is beautifully situate 1 on a
slight eminence, and commands a fine pro.;pei.t of tho fur
rounding villages. On ti e premiss tnerj ia 8e?oralfrc.it
treea of the luu ft quality and in fall hearing, a prime well
of water close 1 y the do jr. and a'l necessary outbuilding),
Ac The bon.- c ii built in tho mo t substantial ir.atiuer, *nu
of tbo very best material*. For terms and more full par
ticulars, apply to PETER BUCKllOUT, South Fordham.
For 3 alb? the stock and fixtures of a gro
oery store, doing a good cash business. Apply at 100
Fin t atreet.
For sale? the lease, six years, with fix
tares, of a handsomely titted up ratine and oyster sa
le*, n, with a pro tit able bar, The location unsurpassed, be
ing in a great business thoroughfare, near ono of the prin
cipal ferries. Apply to
liOVVES A HAMMOND, 81 ?mw street.
Fcrsale- a new three story house on the
north siJe of Tbirty-sC' oud street, a f"w door* east of
Leiington aicnno. It is veil built and contains the modern
improvements, inclmting enntor collar, hatha, Ao. Apply
to BRINCKERHOFF A HEAD, No. 431 Fourth avenue,
Manhattan Land Office.
riR SALE? VALUABLE BUILDING lOTS IN WIL
liamaburg. on South Eighth street , near tbe fer. y A
plot of ground, by I?1? terma easy. Also, a tenement
property in this eity. paying 'JO per eent? tho bert in the aity.
Apply to E. It Kl.NSHIMKR, .Hill F ourtb avenue.
FOR SALE? TWO VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS ON
Murray Hill, (Thirty-eighth street.) next adjoining
Fourth avenue lots: also two lota on Thirty lifthatroet, be
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues; also two lota on Twenty
ninth street, near First avenue. Aj ply to E. B. K I \
SH1MER. 319 Fourth avenue.
For sale-a few choice building lots on
104th street, near Broadway, and Fifty fifth atreet near
Steth avenue. Inquire at 277 Broadway, between 3 and (J
?'?look P. Si.
FOR bAI.E-A MANUFACTURING BUSINESS IN
the city. There is no competition. Three hundred dol
lara is all that is required. Will pay any amnrtman.net
over all expenses, three thouaand dollars per y-ar. A) ply
at 102 Nassau Itmt, room No. 9. T1IOMAS & CO.
For sale-a first class family grocery, j
in the vicinity of Madison and Giameroy parka, now
d ng a good business, and capable of almost unlimited ex
tenaion The location is equal to any in the tity. bein? si
tuated on a leading thoroughfare For particular", at My
to JAMES T CllAMItEKl.AIN. No. 11 \Vall atreet, in tho
kaseau nt. from 10 A M. to 3 P. M.
For sale? liouor store, with three yf\rs
lease, in the First ward, near Weat treot Alao. a farm,
of lixty t' ur acres, Lear tne town of Marshall, Calhoun coun
ty. Michigan. Every description of property bought and
sold. A j ply to ANDREW HARRISON, real esta'.e office,
96 Cedar street.
For sale? a well established grocery
store, situated in tho best part of t!io city, and lias a r?
apeetable run of customers. The lease and lixt'ires are only
SI.OU), and tie present stock on hand amount* to nearly
14, UM), wfaleh may be rcduoed if required to suit the purcha
aers. No other articles ?n band except t use appertaining
to a line family grocery atore. Any peraou desirous to enter
into a respectable and protitaMo business may a<ldrcsa a
note to O. P Herald Office. Reason for relinquishing bufi
ntsa Is the proprietor leaving this country.
FOR SALE- A LONG ESTABLISHED AND WELL
paying new spaper route, on a morning paper This is a
good chnme for any one wishing to invert a small cash capi
tal in this kind of business. For further particulars, Ac.,
iuqi-irc at Baker's news deport, COJj Pulton street, Brooklyn
For sale? the house AND LOT NORTHWEST
corner of Sixtb aveouo and Forty first street, also the
four story house adjoining on Fort* first street; also two
lota, with brick stablo and party wa 1, between Broadway
and Mxth avenne Apply to J. M PINCKNBY, sg Wail
(treat, op stairs.
Fob sai.e.-the lease, stock ani? fixtures
of a nice segar store, loeated in ono of tho l>est streets
of tbls city, well situated, and now doing a good business.
Will be sold cheap if applied for in a few days. Cause i f the
sale, skkness of the owner. Address Mr. L., Ucrald or
He*.
I fOR SALE-A PAIR OF VERY FINE PIER TABLES
and other articles of fnrnitura, oilcloths, cat pets, Ac .
by a family breaking np housekeeping. Address Milford.
Herald oftice, for two days
FOBSAI.E-A NEW OIST11 I.FHY His AM
cordials, to be sold on account of the doath of the
?wner. Inquire of SAL ZOLINGBR, 17 Broai street, up
iWlri.
For sale? the- three stort attic brick
house and lot No. 1.1 Lamar tl no plsco. West Twenty
ninth a* reel, between Eighth an4 Nin-h even-ies. Part of
the furniture, whioh is nearly now, will bo sold Possession
can be had about the middle of April. Apply on tho pre
?leas
For sale-a two story frame dwelling
house and lot. situated on 124th street, no:ir Eighth
avenue, with or without lot in re?r. Cr?ton water on tho j
premise s Terms very moderate. Inquire at No. it#) Broa J
way, or 134 Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE? ELEGANT BBOWN STONE IIOU.sES
and lota in evory part of tho city, farms and country
?eate; good productive property to exchange; Mores ami
bouses to let near Broadway; by C. FLINT A CO.. Auc
tioneem, Ac , 78 Nassan atreet.
flOR SALE-A DRINKING SALOON, BEAR HBO AD
way an<t Canal tveit., private sitting "?om< at!a"!i?d.
Tbe etoek and natures win ne sold this day rur j..j
bar rr.otftf are d.ll/. Afpty to HOW A3 A kilHAO* D
Si {iiinii itecet.
FOK 8ALI.
F'^ OR SALE-A HANDSOME THREE STORY HOUSE
and lot, fine haiemont ?nd dry eub t ellar, on one of the
beet a?ennu? in llrouklyn. The house ii new, well built, rab
?tantiul aud convenient, with g%a, wnter pampi, m?rbl?
man tele, %nd nil the modern improTem?nt?. Frio* f4 .<?? >
only. The greater part may remain on mortgMJ. TIMJ I
perffot and a good inveftment. Inquire of FOSTER ?*
LOl'kK No. 4 Sands street, Brooklyn, near Fulton ferry.
Fob bale? a two story and attic brick
bouse on Sixteenth itreet, between Seventh and Ei-'
avenues, with basement and countcr cellar, marble m'
bath, and range, and built of tho be?t material" ntula.
work Hou*e 20 by 40, lot 20 l>v 100. Title s
Possession given l*t of May. Inquire at .adUpataMe.
DEMI AM, corner of Eighth avenue and r ,ht e?c, of j
. _ jtttHIN ItTHt.
For sale? a fabm at boi ?
*ey, containing ?S acree, hir .,D BROOK, NEW JER
the depot. House and outl u' uly Improved, one mile from
Thia plat# offer* great in' .dltgs erected four year* ?ince.
dcairablc residence in ' -aooments to a person wanting a
.ne country.
JOHNSON P. LEE, 137 Broadway.
OR SALE
abou* --A BRICK YARD, ON THE NORTH RIVER,
aixty mile* fre>m thin city. For particulars ap
II. Denning, Eaq., Flshkill Landing, or CAMP
& MOODY, No. 7 Broad street.
Oil SALE? A SMALL FIRST CLASS HOUSE. NO .10
W cat Thirty Math street, seventh houae from Fifth
| avenue. Price w?, 000. Two third* of purchase money may
remain on mortgage. Apply at No. 22 West Thirty -tilth
street, before 10 A M. or after 4 P.M.
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FOR SALE ?BROADWAY PROPERTY. 77 FEF.T ON
Broadway, together with new house aud Btoro, between
Fc
Foitj first and Forty -eeond streets, for sale low. The Rns*
pavement will probably be extended to Forty second street
this year Apply to MULLER A CO., Piue street, or W. U.
K A\ NOR. Thirty fifth street and Broadway.
I[U?R SALE IN BROOKLYN? IN AN ELIGIBLE SITU
1 ation. a neat tlrciAtory brick house, with St MM I ase
n:iTt aud sub-cellar, containing water, gas. bath, water
eloset. Ac., complete. Situated No. 1'xiSaokett street.be
t ween Clinton and Court streets, Built for the owner's use,
and under his superintendence, Grape vinos, it 'Cash
price $6,000.
I^OR SA1 E IN UOBOKEN? THE FURNITURE OF A
t Sail family, and rooms to let, pleasantly situated.
Kent low. The furniture will bo sola cheap as the owner Is
gi'inc West. Inquire at the oystor saloon, corner Of Canal
and Ynrick streets, alter one o'clock. *
IflOR SALE CHEAP FOB CASH? THE FURNITURE
1 and fixtures, with lease, of one of the best oyster sa
loons on the Seventh avc tine. Inquire of W. J. SMITH A
CO., 143 Fulton street, up stairs,
Fob sale, cheap? a ladies- snoE store, 211
Si*th avenue, second door above Fourteenth street.
'ILe best stand in the city. Inquire at 467 Broadway.
For sale, country sites, -the subscriber
will dispose of some eighty acres in plot* of two and one
half at res or more, to gentlemen who will obligate them
selves to erect house* to cost not lest than $2,000. None
others need apply: and of sooh uo cash will be required.
Xl.e property Is adjacent to tho subscriber'* residence, in
the town of Wcetcliestcr. Location healthy beyond ques
tion. and about fourteen miles from the City Hall. Inquire
of JAMES CONNER, 29 Beektnan street.
OR SALE AT A SACRIFICE-A DELIGHTFUL
ronntry residence, with three acres of land, (or more if
| required.) in New Jersey, on the line of tho Camden and
? Amboy Railroad, a few minutes walk from Prospect Plain*
station, and about a mile and a half from Cranberry. Com
1 munication with New York aud Philadelphia several times
1 a day. Tho house i* a little over one year old, built by day'*
work in a superior manner: contain* sixteen apartments,
besides sculltry, ice house, spacious cellars, bath honsc and
I water closets, ample verandahs front and roar, with a well
of most excellent water. The situation is elevated and dry,
commands a view iu every direction, remarkable for saluhri
j ty, and, for a summer residence or boarding house, odors un
common advantages. I'rico only $3,600. Tho furniture,
I w hich is new and desirable, horse*, cows, implements; .to.,
also for sale. For particulars apply to S. S. HI.NMAN.No.
! 3 Broad street, from 12 till 2 o'olotk, or to JOHN HEN
RY Co., 118 Liberty street, whore a plan ef the bouse can
I be seen.
FOR SALE OR TO LET? THE TnREB STORY
dwelling house, with stable atttached, No. 60 West Fif
J teenth street. Tho lot is 30 by 110 feet, the house spacious,
aud tho stable built expressly for a llvcrjr (table, now occu
' pied as i-uch. and a most desirable stand. For term* apply
to DAVIS, BROOKS A CO, 2fi'i Broadway, or to J. GREEN
PLAKSON, No' b Wall street.
For sale or to lf.t? a two story, basement,
attic and ?ul cellar lratnc house, containing nine rooms,
on Hycraou street, between Myrtle and De Kalb avenue*
Brooklyn. Hn:-c is tilled in to the peak, has marble mau
tols, grate*, sliding doors in parlor story. The bouse is
built in modern stylo and has never been occupied; it ij be
tween two stage routes, and about ten minute* ri-'o fr"ia
nny of the ferries. Apply to McCUTCHKON A WHITE,
170 Myrtle nvenue, or on the premise*.
I7IOR SALE OR TO LET? THE LARGE AND COMMO
dious house know n as the 1'avillion, at West Farms,
Westchester county, N. Y.. together with stable, and about
ore acre of land on the forks of Old Post road and Chestnut
street. For further particulars apply to Samuel M. Pnrdy,
Eiq., West Farms, or Wm. H. All.ro, 2ft3 Bowery, ncur
Houston street, New York.
TT'OK SALE OR TO I.ET-A HANDSOME NEW THREE
I? story house on Bergen Hill, llobokcn avenue, with an
imrroveo garden of three lots. Inquire at the dyer's office,
W) B arren street. New York.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? IN WILLIAMSBURG, \
bouse and lot located on North Fifth street, convenient
to the ferries. Price $2,50(1; small amount oi'caah required;
a portion in groceries or liqnurs. and part may remain uu
mortgage if agreeablo. Inquire of BRAY A B1NYON, 4NJ
Broadway.
For sale or exchange for vacant lots?
Eight ttonc front houses.;! hrce story and basement, rub
stautially built, lilted up with vestilulo door*, furnaces,
range*, 1 ells arid fas. located on Henry street, Brooklyn. A
P< rti n of the purchase money can remain on inort^ago it
required. For particulars inquire of
__ thus. R.VWLING, 11 Wall stfeot.
VORIIDIIAU PROPERTY FORSALE-A LARUE AND
l1 handsome tw o itory donllo house, ( size ii by 32 i with
a' out an nvre of ground, full of choice fruit troo*. four mi
nutes walk fnm the depot. Apply to JAMK.s TIEBOUT,
Foniharo, or DANIEL KARll, 42 Doy street, N. Y.
I TOUSE FOR SALE.? A THREE STORY AND BASE
JL mint bonto, containing thirteen ro >ma. on the nirth
side of Eighty-tirst street, llN) feet from Second avenue, with
en ton water in the yard find a well, ail in good order. In
quire of T. J. OAKLEY, 027 Broadway, or ou the premises.
Terms moderate.
Hotei, and furniture for sale.? tiie lease
of a flirt clscs hotel in Broadway, doing a good basi
nets. The fr.rnitnre is new and unencumbered. Ten thou
sand dollars in >:? ?!> * ill he repaired, the balance can re
main. None but responsible and rcspectaMc parties will he
treated with. Address Hotel Lease, Poat Offico, New York.
MORRISANIA PROPERTY FOR SALE-A TIAND
Fdne two story Gothic cottage, with wing attached,
and six lots of ground, about ten minutes wnlk from the de
rot, (Bathgate property). Apply to JAMES TIKBOUT,
Fordham, or DANIEL kARlt. 12 I>ey struct, N. Y.
Bead and run? for sale, a surplus lot
; of fixture", four long ftore counters, three of thera
with drawers, two large mahogany desks, lot of loose draw
ers, glaes easing, makes, ie. Apply at 151 Sixth avenue.
Restaurant for sale. -a first class dining
saloon, e n one of the best corners down town, and is at
present doing a fair trade. Any ore hiring $l.0H0 in cash
can hear of a great bargain hy addressing Jim, Herald
office. Agents need cot answer.
C A LOON FOR SALE.? ONE OF THE BEST SALOONS
io ou Broadway, replete with every convenience, and tittod
up in a siipert> manner: i? well established aud doing a
I rofitable business; terms cafy. Full particulars given i n
application at 4<>6 Pearl street.
CPF-CIAL NOTICE.? TO CARRIAGE MAKERS ?FOR
sale. one of the best stands in tho State, within two
n n?ti . of the < ity of Now York, for lusincss. seven years
established, stock ,"nd fixtures, ci;ht year's leaso, now doing
a business of $ttO,UOO pc r yi ur Can be had, including stock,
fixture*, lease, Ac., lor ?3,tHH> each. Address Coachinakor,
Herald office.
TO DAGUIRREOTYPISTS.? FOR SAI E, A GOOD DA
guerrcutvpe establishment, jentrally located, and now
d?in t a rood Mi in< . ?. Sold on account of tho proprietor's
timo being fully taken up with other business. For parti
culars in juice of L'liAKLES t\ USENER, 04 Duaae Street,
fourth floor. -
TO PLUMBERS AND BUILDKRS.-l OR SALE, A
argc quantity of Croton pipo, hatli tubs, copper boiler,
&o. Alto, one of Jaek*on'.s patent hotel annunciators
Apply to JAS. BARKER, St. Charles Hotel, 317 Broadway.
FINANCIAL.
Osr/? aaa ro loan? ON diamonds, watches,
Jp(JU?UUU Jewelry, Ao., or bought for cash. Oood eity
stocks, notes, bonds and mortgages, end bills of cxcliaugs
negotiated. Ail bnsinc^cuntldcniisl. A pply at tho watch
importing ani loan offico, 102 Nassau street, *<iruer at Ann,
room No. 2.
(%"| AAA ?WANTED? THE ABOVE AMOUNT, BY
JJVl.UUw. the proprietor of one of the down town ho
tels, lor which dinner w ill bo fr.ruisbod. i?nd econrity for tho
payment. Any one bavin;; the ahovo amount to loan, can
aOdrets Dongla">. Herald office.
A LADY. SOMEWHAT E M HARRASSED, WILL LET A
pit asant front room, on the second floor, furnished, ti
party that will kindly loan her (110, or give good security
Asdrets Cora, Broadway Post Office, for three days.
pAPn ADVANCES, (OR BOUGHT OPT FOR CASH, i J
* liberally on storage of every kind, iiiorchunJtM, an i
personal property. Al o, for sale nt bargains, gold
wat' hes, chains, sets diamonds, sogurs, dry roods, A e.,&j., a. '
1 Nassau street, tscond floor, back room. No. ti. Business |
onli.i d in this otiico without delay oi going out of it. Cat
bis out and keep it, please
Dividend.? the directors of tiif, gold hill
Minli,g Company have this day declared a dividend of
two per ccrt from the business of the third two months,
endig the 12th Inst., and payaUe on tho 1st of April. The
trusftr books will be closed from tho ,'(i?th to ;ilst inst.,
both inclusive. J. H. SMITH, Frosidout.
MILWAUKIE BONDS TnE INTFRF.3T COUPONS
of bonds of ths e ii y of UUwaukie, falling due on ;ilst
March instant, and 2i>tn April next, will bo paid at the of
fice of STRACHAN A SCOTT, ,'.1 William streot.
Manhattan savings institution tits broad
way, near Itleocker stroet. open daily Trom *.) A. M.
to7P M. Deposits made in this institution on or before
tbs first dsy of April, will receive interest from that date,
I arable in July, 0 per cent on $J00 and under.
E. J. BROWN, President.
HENrVL^TOK.'B3, | Vil!C ''IC"''s^ts.
A. A. Alvobd, 8corctsry.
Money ?cash \dvances made on dky c.oodp,
serars, watches. Jewelry, diamonds, merchandise, and
personal property generally, in suras to sait. ^pply to R.
WOOD, button stre. t, second floor, front room Office
boors from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Money at 2-" Broadway? CAsn advances
mnds on merchandise. Jowelry. silver wars, watches
diamonds, pianos, or any other property; also the above
bought for on. h lltisinr ss confidential. &-0 Broadway, up
stairs, from V to fl o'clock. TUe highest prices i iid In easli.
T17" A N T f; D? $1 ,OTO, ON ROND AND MORTGAGE. FOR
H twelve or si/bteen months, on unincumbered pr >pjrty.
valued at f4,iW, for which a L-.-al nor nontr.,{i> nad a bonus
will be paid. Address W. 1). Gray, 'tribune office.
CHINA AND ULAI9 W AUK.iU'.
rHFSHIRF, GLASS COMPANY? NOTICK TO TIIF.
public.? The Cl.csl.irc Glass Company having psrfceted
their arrangement , for the manufacture of reugn plats, or ;
hammered ^lss?, for floors, skyli;ht?. r joilnr. ri lowalks,
Ae., Ac., wonld ro?j?cotfiilly Inferr.i tho piilTlo t!ia> tlioy '
*r^ now r??dy to receive ord'rs fr m any part of tVi 1' iitsd '
8ta??s for this ijnallty of *!as?. The cni ipany wml 1 al^o i
state that tl.cy are tne enly lucnuf,. tnr. rs of t!,it kind of j
I glats in the country, and warrant It t > bo snpori >r it .i.iall !
I ty | |H I n a I "<r- "t ' ' . and '< " ? 1' Itpsf n' t'l.ta i?; lu
I ti>, MarV't, i'Ohtrsef'ra, bnddare. and eth'i r~ sre w?peet |
I felly snlkiteU to ?i?uia? eur stock r.i u?r s^ls rn j>-. 4*2 I
| Hi Oku \, ay. M. COi.ul.itN, Ajjat. i
HOCSHS, ROOKS, *
x ? ~ WAirrKD.
CARPKNT1R SHOP ?
otherwise. Addr* # ANTBD? ON A LEASE OR
location, ?i?e of br'~ ? B*llder, 118 Woo?Ur itr-et, itating
Farm w ^?u?. ??"* *?????
, *er' aKTETV- CONTAINING FROM 10 TO AO
not over two hour* ride from New York by rall
p ..w-Jeney preferred. Addren. ?tatiui< price,
uM, 157 Broadway. PoMeenton wanted beior the lut May.
House wanted.-a three story house, hav
Ing all the modem improvements, gas, bath*, furnace#,
Ac., tituatcd between Fourteenth and Thirtieth strcots, and
Fourth and Eighth avenues. Rent not to exceed ?1,WU,
Addr?ai by letter, J. C. W., 51 New street. __
TTOUSE WANTED-A FOUR STORY HOUSB, PLEA
n santly located, between Broome and Twentieth streets,
S?cond and Sixth arenuei. Would have uo objection to
board the proprietor, or hare the parlors re?erred for a don
ti?t or any light profession. Rent not to exoeed>l,2UU. Ad
dress H. K.l'nlon sqoaro Post Office. __
House wanted to hire, with privilege of
purchasing. ? A modern built three itory house, located
in a pleasant neighborhood, (west of the Bowery and above
Fourth utreet preferred,) in wanted to hire, by a small fa
mily, with the privilege of purchasing the same. A note ad
dressed to box 2.640, Poet Office, mating location, rent, Ac.,
will receive immediate attention.
TO OWNERS AND LESSEES OF HALLS -WANTED,
a room, in tho central part of the city, for a debating *o
cii ty. Addrem A. D. Franklin. Post Office.
TTPPER PART OF A HOUSE WANTED? MUST BE A
L good houso ami in a genteel lituation. A preference
given to one with the modern improvement!, situated below
Seventh street. Will pay a good rent for a suitable house.
Address ('. R T., Chatham square Post Office.
WANTED TO HIRE? A SMALL COTTAGE. IN THE
city of Newburg. either furnished or unfurnished. Ad
dress box 1,129 Port Office, stating location, liie and terms.
WANTED? FOR A GENTLEMAN AND LADY, WITH
out children, apartments in a unlet family, where there
arc no boarders ? cither bedroom, sitting room, kitchen and
?ttie, unfurnished, or bedroom and sittins room furnished or
unfurnished, with either full or partial board? by tirst of
May. Location near Broadway, betweon Canal and Four
teenth streets. Terms moderate. Address A. B., Broadway
Post Office.
WANTED-BY A FAMILY OP THREE PERSONS
only, a small two or three story house, with gas, bath,
and good'yard attached. Rout not above below Twen
ty fourth street, and near Sixth or Eighth avenue, in a good
Neighborhood only. References highly satisfactory. A4
dr< is Ilope, Herald office
TJIT'ANTED? A IIOCSE IN BROADWAY, OR IN ON1"
TT of the streets crossing Broadway, to be used by a mer
chant tailor; or would hire the lower part; must be above*
Canal and below Fourteenth street. Best of reference*-,
given. Address J. A. B., Herald office, Tor three days, staW
In & terms and location. *
WANTED? BY A SMALL, QUIET FAMILY OF TWO
vr persons, part of a modern bnilt house in a genteer
neighborhood, between Fourteenth and Thirtieth stroots
and west of Fourth avenue. A respectable quiet family,
having mere room than they require, can meet with a good
tenant l>y addressing Morton, Herald office, stating location,
rent, Ac.
WANTED TO PURCHASE? A FARM WITHIN ONE
and a half hours rido of Now York, containing Tr im
ten to fifty acres. Possession wanted on tho 1st of May.
Adc'reei, with description and pricc, JOHNSON P. LEE, 157
Broadway.
DRY GOODS, &C.
/GENUINE BRUSSELS LACE? MRS. KOSSUTH RUTT
It K A 1 and Mrs KOSSUTH NESLENOI
form the ladief Mid tho public , cuer.il t it
they are con- ' , n oh la
tbesclectii .i. t be surpassed, > ither in taste,
elegance iiieir stock, known to be one of the
best in N. w refreshed by a variety of articles
of tho lat which they respectfully call tho at
tention oi their old stand, 701 Broadway, i
Long d square camel's hair shawls and
sen ?FOUNTAIN'S India store, No. 653 Broadway,
is this diiy in receipt of a desirable selection of the aliovo
named articles. 'liiey are believed to be the most splendid
assortment, us Towards beauty and style, ever imported.
Also, per sumo arrival, a variety of other scarce India ^oods,
seldom offered to the New York publio, including some very
lino cainel'ii hair bordering.
Mantillas ? molineux bell invites the at
tention of the ladies to his largo and cboioe assortment
of spring and summer mantillas, talmas. longshawls, ruf
fles, Ac., imported and manufactured expressly for his own
trade, in rlen embroidery and pliiu.'nith trimmings in evury
variety, and of the newo.t styles {|A l:o, an extensive assort
n,eut(flnce inlaid and application mantillas. Ladies, by
giving them an inspection, w ill lind that the prices defy
competition. 58 Canal street.
rrABLE linens, counterpanes, towellings,
J. Ac., from auction.? Extraordinary bargains. Elegant
doi.ble damask table linen, 4s. a yard, two yards wide;
t'ni.ble damask snowdrop table linen, two yards wide, 5s.;
splendid quality snowdrop linen napkins, largo sito, 12s. and
14s. a dozen ; large size linen dollies, lis. a doren, splendid
patterns large slxe counterpanes, only 14b. apiece, counter
pi ncs for single beds, 6s. apiece; elegant Marseilles connter
in: lies. $3 apiece, worth $6; huckabuck diaper, Is. a yard, at
lURDET'rs cheap dry goods store, ldl.Urand street, cor
ner of Mulberry.
PR0P09AIsB.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE RECEIVED BY THE
A. A. Commissary at Fort Columbua, New York Har J
hor, from the 21st until the 26th day of March, ISM, for tho 1
delivery of fresh beef at that post. The beef to be of good
and wholesome quality, in quarters, with an oqual propor
tion of each, (necks and shanks excluded,) in such quantities
as may from time to titno be required, not exceeding ttrioe
in each week, on such days as as shall bo designated by the
A. A. Commissary. The proposals will be opened at tho 1
office of the A. A. Commissary, at 12 e'olook M., on the 2.-1 th I
March, lb54. M. LOVELL, Brcv. Capt. 4th Artillery,
A. A.|C.. Sub. |
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
Comptroller's office, No. A 11. .11 of Records, until Wed
nesday, April 5. DM. at 8 o'clock P. M., w!,en tho same will
be pul licly opened, for ropplying ice ftr tho publiu offices in j
the City Half. Park ar.d vicinity, for the ensuing season, j
TLc ice to be furnished mnst be of tho bu t quality. Tho '
proposals must stste the prico per pound, to be delivered i
and dlctri' uted under tie direction of tho Keeper of tho :
City Hull and Park, at tho various offices, and in the quan- .
tities and at tho times he may direst. Proposals must bo
made in conformity to the provisions of title 3 "of contracts
for supplies and work for the Corporation," and the ordi
nance* amending the sau.e. Each proposal should be sealed
up and endorsed as follows: ? "Proposals for Ice;" and the i
proposals thus sealed up and directed are to he enclosed in a :
second envelope, scaled and directed to "A. C. Flagg, Comp
troller." A. 0. FLAGG. Comptroller.
Finance Department, New York, March 24, 1S54.
TO LEAD DEALERS.? SEAT, ED PROPOSALS WILL
be received at the offlce of the Croton Aqueduct De- i
Surtmcnt, Rotunda, Park, until Tuesday, the Wth (lay of j
li.rch, inst , at 3 o'elock P. M., when they will be publicly
opened, to furnish ten tons of pig lend. The proposal will i
ttnte the price per pound for Galena and soft Spanish load,
which price will include the delivery of the lead at the pipe
y:n d. foot of Twenty fourth Ft.cct, tint river. Payment in .
ca^h, to be in fide within twenty days after delivery, vr birth |
delivery must be before tho fifteenth day of April next. The
Croton Aqncduct Hoard reserve the right of rejecting all the ,
proposals if deemed for the public iulercst. Each proposal '
to lc made in accordance with the ordinance! of the corpnr- >
aticn. and to be endorsed "Proposals for Furnishing Lend." 1
Blank forms of estimate can be had on application at this
office. EM AS L. SMITH. 1 Croton
THF.O. L. DE FOREST,} Anocdnct ,
A. W. CRAVEN, J Board. !
Office, Croton Aqueduct Department, Marco 17. 1854.
"iitan'ted? proposals F0R furnishing fifty I
V v thousand bushels of shells, to bo delivered at l'ort
Richmond, Staten Island. Address Secretary of the Port
Richmond and Fresh Kills Flank Koad Com pan v. Richmond,
N. Y.
COAL.
COAL.? 700 TONS RED ASH. EGO AND STOVE SIZE
coal, now discharging for sale to dealers, and an ex
cellent articlc for family ui>c, at the lowest possible price.
LEEDS .V POTTER, 142 Troy street, between Washington
and Weft streets.
TRAVELLERS' Ul lDK.
(CAMDEN AND AMROV RAILROAD TO PHILADEL
J phia, from pier No. 1 North river. Two lines daily, at
7 A v. and 2 l' M. Accommodation line at 7 A.M., ?j
.teambost John Potter, to South Amhoy, thence by oars tc
?ray places and Caindet ; faro $2. Express line at 2P.M.. bj
John Potter, to A io boy, thence direot to Camden by ov[i
ti rough in firo honrs, fare (3.
CHANGE OF ROUTE ON THE 11 A. M. AND 4 P. *
lines for Philadelphia.? On and after Monday next, tbt
Cth of March, the 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. trains, by the New
Jersey Railroad, for Philadi Iphla, will be run via Tasonej
and walnut street, avoiding the annoyance and delay of the
omr.lbxists l'rc:u Kensington, and affording passenger! an of
rortunity to dine or take tea on board tho steamboat, on tba
Delaware. Tho return trips from Philadelphia, at n A. M.
? bd 4)? 1'. M., will also leave from Walnut street wharf.
Hudson river railroad.? trains daily
from Chambers street for Albany and Troy: ?
Express train, 7 A 11.? Through in four hours, conneotlns
; with trains reaching JJufU.'o or Montreal at lOo clock ssms
?Telling.
Mail train, 8 A. M.? Through wsj trains at 12 M. and
?. M.
Express train, P.m.? Emigrant Iraln. (I P.M. For Tarry
Wwn, 10.31) P.M. For Peeksklll, 5.30 P. M. For Ponghkepsia
I T 30 A. M and 4 P.M. Passengers taken at Chamfers
! Canal, Christopher, Fourteenth, and Tbirty-flrst streets.
Sunday trains from Canal street. at 3. 40P.M., for Alfcaaj
? c ! Troy, stopping at all way stations.
EDMUND FRENCH, Superintendent.
Harlem railroad-inland routh? on and
after Monday, March 27, (Sunday! excepted.) for Al
, bany and Troy, will leave Cily llall station, No. 1 Centre
street, accommodation train. 7 A. M , stopping at William's
Bridge and stations north. I. caving depot, corner of White
and Centre streets, morning express, 6 A. M ; afternoon e\
Srcis, 4 1*. M.. connecting with trains North ami West,
'rom City Hall station:? Millefton, at 2.4*> 1'. M. ; Croton
1 I nlls. at :fr M.; White Plains, at H? A. M., 3.30. :>, andi>.15
i P. M , stopping at Vorkville aud station! North; William's
It ridge, at (ISO A. M, 7.3), H.I8, 12.30, 2.15, 4.15. an.| 8
IV M . stopping at all way stations; Kordhain, nt II P. M.,
atopping at all way stations. Passengers may also procure
ti< Ket* and have their bag. age cheeked for Utlca. ItufTalo,
and other places wen and north of Albany, at the com
pany 'e offices, corner of Bowery nnd ltronmo struct, and
Fourth avenue and Twenty sixth street. Sunday arrange
neat:? Train* will leave for Croton I'alls, and all way sta
1 tions, at 8.80 A. M., and 5 I*. M.; returning, will leave ( roton
Falls at 7 A. M. aud 1.30 1*. M.. stopping at all way stations,
i Pa songers by tho Sunday trains will ln< reeoived and land
cd in New York, at the Twenty seventh street station only.
I Freight for Albany rcclved dally, until 4 P.M., at tho dop.-t
, eorter of Cenii e aud White strei N.
JOHN 1), ELIOT, Superintendent.
XTEW YORK TO MONTREAL. OODBNSBITRO, BUR
XN lineton, St Johnsl ury. wells River, White River,
Bellow 1 V?l!s, Windsor, Rutland, Motitpelier, St. At nan s
anil Rouse t 1'olnt. Ticket offices, New Havon Railroad,
corner of Broadway and Canal street, and Twentvsl\th
street and Fourth aveune. lUggage cheeked through. Ex
press tr iiiS > A. M, and 4 I'. M. Freight by|New Have?
I ? tests Ml, Pick slip.
FRANCIS IITDE, Agent. 152 South street.
1 V7L>e YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIRCCT-VU
New JeTsey Railroad, through In fonr honrs? United
Statesman and express Itue. leavo New Vork, footofCort
1 landt street, at roven. nine, ?nd eleven P.M. and atfon
and half-past five, P. M. Fare? 82 76 In soTon and sieves
A. M,, and four P. M. $2 50 ifor seoond elass) In eleven
A M. froU1 Vcrk and (uartcr pas' four frora Phi'a
delphia: f.1 In nine A. M , and hs.ll past five P. M. At
eouitr.od* .'.on line leaves at twelve M. (at reduced
trices) from CVrtiandt street, tbriurh in ?1* Honrs
I hroiigh tickets -mid for llaltimore, W ??hington, Norfolk
W'^en, Wilmington and ' harleston. in th? ibove trains
Din ugh baggage agents In the' iilne it>d helf-rsst flretraim
only. Paaeeagsrs will- Is.iijo ?r ,? tie 'orty fJteen rj*.
Itts before the trsln lesve
^nr.EWSFURT, LOKCi H RANCH, atOBlAVBft
O fsn lloiise, an I Uct'n Tor'.? The steamer J.tMJ.f
( KRISTOrUEB Carttln John Prlee, will lesre the fe*t -I
ill !a- t.-e<? V er I t a- e >tr.- 1. \ ??,. .! " ? *
I'b .t'?2 M llsh. et IP. m , !?.,?, ?t T A. M Leevtf
> tan Pr.ee m ,f/ b ?> et 11 A . M.! vfj, at i'm M. ;..*h. at 1 T 1
d.. H. I
TBW ANTS' MMUfflOT^
two^tobthoFs*. with bight rooms, car
rlice house, barn, and three acree. with fr*it, to let.
Kent IlM). Al?o a two story house with four roomf, with
nine ere. or leu. to let. Rent $160. Both place* being
three tnd a half miles from Port Richmond, Staten Island.
Inquire at 167 Broadway, room 19. ______
A BOUSE TO LET AND THE FURNITURE ^OR
tale, bavlag been in nee only eight week*, ant", ^ uf
the most modern style. The advertiser 1* ft boat to leave
for Europe before the lit May next; would *acr.de* fot oaih.
At ply No. 7 South Second street, WilUamibvrg, between 12
*i a 4 P.M.
A FOUR TEARS LEASE OF SOME FIFTEEN ROOMS,
on a Broadway corner, at 9600 yearly rent, can be
bad low by applying to BILLING A TUCKER, auctioneer*,
43 Walker etreet.
A FIRST CLASS BUTCHF.R'S STORE, WITH ELE
gant fixtures, to lease? Being the Murray Hill Mar
ket 60 4 Sixth avenue. There is no better plaoe to build up
a business. Apply Immediately to JESSE PATTERSO.<
on the premises.
A LARGE HOUSE IN WALKER STREET, WEST OF
and near Broadway, to let? ?ome eighteen to twenty
rooms. l>ath, gas. Ac. Will be put inlgood order. Apply to
BILLING A TUCKER, Auctioueori.-13 Walker struct.
A DESIRABLE STORE IN BROADWAY TO LET
liluated between Broome and Prince streets, west
aide, at a very low rent; auitable for an upholitery , snoe or
trunk itore. For particular!, apply to K. D. GOODWIN,
! real eitatc and general auctioneer, 73 Exit Fourteenth
street, near Union tqunre.
?? A CONVENIENT MODERN BUILT FOUR STORY
?Xx-basement house 196 West Fifteenth etreet, noar Eighth
avenue, to let or leaie. Sixteen room*, bath, Ka>. range,
large cellar, yard, Ao. Rent $,->00, very convenient, and
every way suitable for a genteel private family. For fur
ther particular*, call at the home.
A FINE ROOM TO LET? WITH FULL OR PARTIAL
board, to a gentleman and wife or a few single gentle
, men, who deiire the comforts of a home. Apply at HO East
Broadway. House contains gas. References required.
Broadway.? to let? TnE desirable pro
perty No. 018 Broadway, very suitable for a millinery
or tailoring establishment; has threo line rooms, 2H by tiO,
I besides basement and fourth floor. Alio, the small store
' next door and a stable in the neighborhood, witli room for
fonr horses and carriage. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 200
Hudson street.
Boarding house to let-on broadway, cor
uer of Twenty-eighth street, that large boarding
iMamllton) b;use, with forty large bedrooms, with parlors,
large ditotng room, and spacious Kitchen, with ranges. Gas
? and Croton water all throughout. A lease for six yean oan
be given. Apply to D. T. EASTON, No. 17 Wall street.
Can ??e the premises between 10 and 12 A. M., or 2 and 4
Broadway store to let? the store 6*1 bro ad
way, newly fitted up ; lease for live years. Apply at
'74 Canal street, in the store.
BLEECKEll STREET-HOUSE TO LET? SOME EIGH
teen or twenty rooms, with bath, r. II in good order, lo
cated w est of Broadway. It may bo had for two years, with
possession first of April.
BILLING A TUCKER, Auctioneers, 43 Walkor street.
BARBER'S SHOP TO LET? FURNISHED, IN A DE
sirable location; possession immediately. Inquire at
| tho office of the Clarendon Hotel.
HEAP RENTS IN BROADWAY.? TWO LARGE AND
elegant show rooms or stores, on second story; ^Iso of
1 flees anil rooms, large and small, ut 4.S3 Broadway, two door*
below Broome street, suitable for tailors, :raillincrs. artists,
architects, daguerreotyplsts, Ac. Room* well lighted; en
trance wide and accessible. Arply to Or. POWELL, ocu
list, ?(2 Broadway, or on the premises, room No. 17
I FACTORY TO LET? WITH STEAM POWER; TIIE
' whole or part of It; the building is well lighted, aud
power steady. Possession can be had at any time. Inquire
at the Congress Steam Hills, .172 Forsyth street, or to PHI
LIP CO RELL A CO., 2S0 Pearl street.
Fulton street store to let or lease-from
May next, for two years, at a very low rent, to a good
tenautt, or the upper part would bo rented for lawyers'
offices or other purposes. Apply ut 197 Fulton street.
Furnished house to let? up town, west
side; good throe story house, all the modern Improve
ments, anain good order, well furnished, aud will be let for
one veur from Way next. Possession iiuiuodinte.
Qf BILLING a TUCKER, Auctioneers, 43 Walker street.
Furnished house to let? from ist apiiil,
aud the rent taken in rooms and partial board by two
or three gentlemen. In South Brooklyn, within a short walk
of the ferry. References exchanged. Address, stxting par
tlcnlnrs of family, aud with references, box 360 Post Olnco.
Houses and stores to let? neat houses
for small families, with all the modern improvements,
and also two corner stores, suitable for drag storc3 or some
light buslne?s, in the block between Broadway an 1 Sixth
avenue, in Thirty-sixth street. Apply on the premises.
I Rent low to a good tenant.
House to let and furniture forsale-de
sirably located on ono of the avenues west of Broad
way, containing thirteen or fourtoen rooms, Croton water
I throughout, occupied as a hoarding house, having constantly
from iiftecu to twenty hoarders rent $400. price SMO.
i B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. .
Hotel to lease-tue circle hotel, no. M9
I'oarl street, containing forty rooma. For further
I articular* apply to H'M. EAG1.K, corner of Vestry and
( anal streets.
Handsomely furnishe > house to let? or
suites of rooms, with or w clout board, with all tho
u.cdern improvements, bath ro ,t, gas. Ac., at S8 West
Twenty-seventh street, corner o iixth avenue, one block
from Broadway.
T IQUOR STORE.? THE GOOD WILL, FIXTURES, AND
Li lease of tho Military Shades. VI Cranberry street, nour
the corner of Fulton street and tho Armory, Brooklyn, will
be sold ekeap.
Large" stohe to let.? no. 1,102 hkoadivay
to rent. 70 foot deep; also the basement. Apply to
WILLIAM RAYNOR^ See bill.
Maiden lane ? to lease, the first, third
and fourth, or the second, third and fourth lofts, iu the
tine 1 rowrn free stone building No. 39 Maiden lime. Length
of lofts lit fret. For terms, (which aro reasonable,) apply to
11. JOSEPUI A CO., on the premises. ?
NO. 1 CHAMBERS STREET.? A FLOOR AN D OFFICE
to let, for business purposes; where publicity i? re
quired the position must be invaluable. Apply to JAMES
PRENTICE, in said building.
OFFICES TO LET? TWO LARGE OFFICES, AIR?
and well lighted, on the second floor. No. o3 Broadway,
now occupied by the Association for tho Exhibition of the
Industry of All Nations, well calculated for an iusuranee
company or a banking house. Will be rented for one or
m<>re years. For terms, Ac., apply to WM. O'BRIEN, 33
Wall street. _ '
OFFICES'TO LET IN CHAMBERS STREET? ADJOIN
ing the tilrard House, opposite the Hudson River rail
road depot; the most central and business location in the
city. Possession given immediately. Inquire in tho clo
thing Store of CAMBBKLL BROTHERS. 123 Chambers st
OFFICE TO I.ET? W1T1I OR WITHOUT LOFT. ON
the south side of Burling slip. Inquire of O. D. DAV,
32 Burling slip.
STORE TO I.ET-A VERY DESIRABLE LOCATION.?
Possession given 1st of April if rcuulred. Inquire of C.
1*. COOl'ER, 105 Murray street.
TWO COTTAGES TO LET? IN YORKVILLE, ON
t.ighty rixth street, near Third avenae. Apply to JOHN
OAKkY, tl William street.
TO LET? PART OF HOUSE NO. *7 AVENUE C. IT 1
will only bo lot to a family without children. Apply, be
tween 10 and 4 o'clock, on the premises, or to GEORGE
ELLIOTT, corner avenue C and Ninth struct.
TO LET? STORE NO. 29 BEEKMAN STREET, WITH
or without basement. Store and basement are each 90
feet deep, well lighted, front, rear and side. Inquire of i
JAMES CONNER A SONS, 29 Beekman street.
TO LET? TO A GENTEEL FAMILY, WITHOUT
children, the lower part of a house on Ol.ason, two
doors from Flushing avenue, Brooklyn, fifteen minutes
walk from Fulton ferry. Stages r*"' "'e doer every five
minutes. The apartments consist of two largo parlors and
kitchen en first floor, cellnr, Ac., hodroom up stairs. At
tached is a large garden, Ilk) feet deep, stocked with the
choicest fruit. Kent $11-0. Apply to
JAMES E. PHELPS, 3i'> Fourth street, New York.
TO LET? A FARM OS STATES ISLAND, NEAR PORT
Richmond. Inquire at 13 Ann street.
TO LET? LOWER PART OF nOUSE NO. 83 SEVENTH
street, between First and Second avenues, consisting
of front basement and bedroom, first flo 'r two parlors and
bedroom, with two bedrooms in third str.ry; use of bath, and
cellar for cooking, to a small gen<ecl family.
TO LET? IN TnE TENTH WARD, TO A VERY SMALL
genteel family, p?rt of a tlir.-o st"ry houso, in a good
neighborhood, constating of four rooms, front basement,
half of cellar, Ac. Has a line lar^o yard. For particulars
inquire in store, fi7 Division street.
TO LET? STORE AND DWELLING NO. 220 HUDSON
street; genteel dwelling homes 2UK Hudson. T'.> Varrick,
and Watts streets, til in the vicinity of Canal street, and
138 Chambers street, a few doers w."t of Hudson; also, seve
ral apartments, suitable for respectable white families. Ap
ply to JAMES PRICE, 200 llndson etrcet.
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TO LET- A GENTEEL THREE STORY ANI) BASE
ment brick bouse. containing twelve rooms with sub-eel
Ivr, twenty-two feet front, besides three feet alley, with gate,
in Powers i-treef, between Dean and Bergen streets. Itrook
lyn. Kent HO lias will be introduced if required. In
qnire of E. Al'ERllA" H, P4 John street, N;<w York, from
11 to 12 o'clock, or 127 Rivington street, New York, from3
to h o'clock. *
TO LET? THE TniRD FLOOR OF TIIF. NEW BUILD
ingNo. ,'M'anal street, 21 fort 6 by .%<? in tlio clear.
Rest (200. Steam power can be obtained from the adjoin
ing building. Apply to J. W. ROWE, on the premises.
TO LET? THE SECOND STORY OF STORE 196 FUL
ton street. A handsome room and well lighted.
E. N. KELLOGG, 196 Fulton street.
O LET? ELEGANT FIVE STOKV IlKOWV STONE
house 106 East Twenty first street, nearly opposite
(irameri y park, finished in very best style, all tho improve
ments iu building, in perfoot repair; bus furnace, gas, ven
tilators, air chamber. baths, speaking tubes, Ac., and a koy
to park. A private stable will be built in July, entered on
Twenty second street. Rent |8,900. Location is unsur
passed. Apply to T. B. VOORH1ES, 36 East Twentieth
street, after 3 P. M.
rpO I.ET? A LARGE ROOM. ON THE SECOND FLOOR
L of the bnilding, corner of liroadway and Thirteenth
street. Said room IsovurW feet deep, ana fnll w idth of lot,
has twelve,* indows, and is n very desirable location for any
business. Also, rooms to let, on the third and fourth floors,
suitable for artist*' studios, offices, or will l>e altered to
suit acceptable tenants. Apply next door, on Broadway.
TO LET-FROM THE FIRST OF APRIL, A LARGE
and commodious house, near Chelsea, Staten Island, con
taining twenty two rooms, well adapted for iv l ir?o family
or boarding house; together with gar.lnn, fruit trees, car
riage bonrc, Ac. If required, from one to ten acres of land
can be had with the preniisr*. Inqnlro of J. Travis, Chelsea,
or T. Bellows, 90 Pine street, New York.
TO I.ET-TWO PARLORS, WITH RECESS BETWEEN,
and ono bedroom, on socond floor, in a finely located
bouse Apply to WILLIAM FISH, at the livery stable, in
Sixth street, near avenue C, Rent iltiO
TO LET? OFFICES IN THE BUIfcDINO No. 7 PARK
ploce, suitable for doctor's or lawyer's offices. Rent low
to a quiet basincss. Apply to B. C. CllARLES, No. 7 Park
placo.
TO LIT? WITH BOARD. A PARI.Ott A"?D IIEDROOM
r ii flret floor, handsomely fnri'i'ticd; also front rooms
on third floor. L< i at ion desirable for a summer residence.
No. 41 Weal Twenty second struct^ letvre^n Fifth and Sixth
a v canes.
rpo I.r.T? A THREE STORY AND BASEMENT BROWS
1 stoi c fret t bcq.f tHjMu two M . . o! Uj f.r.v. J"-'<V
City, fmlsbtd with all the moiWn improvements. Inquire
cl J. li. I*F.UA?, So. 4 W a.Me lon Uark t, Wost street
Vbwaww rbgibtbr.
T?v, A Lf t, F A PL1ASANT AND CONVENIENT
J: , Jti, (lie roomi), in Spring itrwi, to ? mall family.
' Dc .omitnre of tald tenement, which ia nearly new. will
J* sold cheap as it stands. Rent S22 per month. Farniinre
#10U less Chan colt. Apply to ELMORE, A) Lispenard street.
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O l.ET? TURKE FLOORS, 35 BY AO. INQUIRE AT
No. 286 Bowery. Possession immediately.
A. S. SMITH.
T* housa No.~200 Alien street, consisting of two rooma and'
bedroom on the Noond floor, bedroom in the Attic And front
basement. To le seou from 3 to 8 o'olooli P. M.
TO LIT? A CORNER STORE, WITH CELLAR, IN
honee No. 88 avenue A. A first rate itand for a grocery.
Apply to W. A. WATK.1NS, 113 Wall street.
TO LET? THE LOWER PART OF A THREE STORY
home, eon sitting of front and back parlori and large
bedroom, with basement and cellar; mnrble manteli and
folding doors on first floor. Referenoe required. Inquire
at 1A commerce street, between 12 and 3 o'clock. Rent >210
TO LET? HOUSE AND STORE NO. 2M NINTH AVE
nne. The store has been doing a good business in wines
and liquors for the last fifteen years. To a good tenant a
lease will be given at a moderate rent. Inquiro of Mrs.
WAGNER, on the premises or of J. Davis, No. 2 Coentiei
?lip. _
TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS? THE STORE
on the northweit corner of Thirty-ninth street and
Sixth aTenue. Also the two floors above, for manufacturing
purposes. Inquire of FRANCIS BLANCilBT, 2UO Sixth
fnrenoe, before ? A. or after i P. M. . _
TO LET? THE WELL KNOWN BOARDING HOUSE,
37/i Pearl street, containing twenty-one rooms, filled
with permanent boarders; the unexpired lease or throe
years lease will be sold on moderate terms. House can be
?en from 2 till 5 o'clock.
TO LET-THE UPPER PART OF THE HOUSE NO. 17
Butler street, Brooklyn. For particulars inquire on the
premises.
TO LET-TWO ROOMS, ON FIRST FLOOR, FOR AN
office, and also* portion of the vpjwr part of the house,
to a small family, ? 338 Sixth avenue, near Twenty-first
street. Apply on the premises, between 3 and 5 P. M., or at
21411 roadway, _of J. A. WALNUT.
TO LET? A THREE STORY BRICK AND MASTIC
bouse, with basement and inb-cellar, in U?yt street,
between Pacific ana Deaa, Brooklyn, on wutt side; gas,
baths, range, pump, hot and oold water, Ac., in the house;
size 24x4A. It is fitted np in the most elogant and modern
style, painted and frescoed throughout, and in a most eligi
ble neighborhood. Rent, to a desirable tenant, cheap? say
from *450 to $550. Apply to J. U. HOBABT PINCKNEY,
78 Nassau street. New York, or 50 Hoyt street, Brooklyn.
TO LET? T1IE LARGE THREE STORY HOUSE NO. 423
Fourth stri ct (Albion place ) now undergoing the most
complete and thorough repairs, with all modern improve
ments; will be in elegant order 12th April. Seen any hour.
E._B. K1NSHIMER, 31'J Fourth aTenue.
T? LET? AN ELEGANT BROWN STONE FRONT
house and carriage house, in Brooklyn, near Peck slip
fi rry. Gas in the house. Stages pass close by. Inquire of
GEO. C. JEt* ERIKS, 106 Bowery. _
TO LET? THE LARGE AND EXTENSIVE PREMISES
known as' .''37 Broadway, tbe store being 175 feet in
depth, together with tbe basement underneath; well suited
for n salesroom or furniture warehouse. Also, the upper
pnrt of said premises; the second story well suited for a
aagucrreotypist. Also, to let, a four story roar building for
workshops, now being used as a cabinet maker's shop, with
an alley wuy in Anthony street. Inquire at the above num
ber, in the scgar store.
TO LET.? A WIDOW LADY, RESIDING ALONE,
within a block of Union square, would let to a gentle
man the occasional or permanent u?o of a furniHhod room;
terms, $1U per week in advance Addrea* Amine, Metro
politan Pott Office, 162 East Ninth street.
TO LET? THE FIRST FLOOR OF fiOWniTE STREET,
a few doors west of Broadway, for businesa purposes,
with a lease of threo years from next May. Can be had a
few days before May for alteration, If required. Also, two
officcs.
TO LIT? A BACKROOM ON THE FIRST FLOOR, IN
house No. 43U Broadway, suitable for an office, or a
light mechanical business. Inquire at 16? Broadway, of Y.
Gilsey, in the segar store.
TO LET? TO A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY,
without children, the entire third floor of a modern
built houre, with all the improvements, Croton wator, gas,
and bath room, and in a very nice neighborhood. Tho rent
of the boose to he occupied by a small family only. Apply
at No. 9 Cedar street.
TO LET-IN SPRINGFIELD, ESSEX COUNTY, NEW
Jersey, about seventeen miles from New York, part of
a cottage houso, consisting of four large rooms, with garden;
or seven acres of land, will be lot if wanted. Thero i* ac
commodation for one or two horses, cow, carriagex, 4c., if
required. Al.ovt three quarter# of a mile from the Morris
ar.ti if. s vex depot at Millvilli.and contiguous to Presbyterian,
Methodist, Kpiscopalian ana Catholic churches, and school.
A lino addressed to A. B. C., Springfield, Lssox county. N.
J., will meet with attention.
TO I.ET? PART OF A HOUSE IN THOMPSON STREET,
between Hunt ton and Prince, consisting of front parlor
with bedroom ou second floor, ouo room in the attic and tho
back basement, to a family of not more than threo persons.
Apply at No. 26 King street.
TO LET? THE UPPER PART OF THE HOUSE NO. 141
Mercer street, l our rooms on tho second floor, with
back kitchen, and cellar, and attio room. Possession im
mediately, if required. Tltc whole houso cau lie had at a
low rent. Call at the premises, or on M. S. FRIEND, 41
Nastan street.
TO LET? A LARGE AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE,
situated in Newport, Rhode Island. The hoase is close
to tho beach and the large hotel*, and has all theconveni
cnces for a boarding house. For further particulars and
terms apply to THOMAS ALVORD, Popo street, Newport,
Kbodo Island. i
TO LET? THOSE HANDSOME NEW FOUR STORY
basement bouses on Thirty-third street, between Lox
iiiftou and Third avenues, containing soventecn rooms, gae
?nd water on every floor, bath, range, Ac. Kent 87 Pos
lei'siou at once. Houses can be fcen from 10 to 5. Apply to
E. B. KIN'SHIMER, 319 Fourth avenue.
TO LET? THE DWELLING N037S FOURTH AVKNUE.
ncsr Twenty -seventh street; contains twelve rooms, with
gas, bath, dun. b w niterii, Ac. Keutf>2.">. Also the basement
Louses 337 and 347 Fourth avenue. Runt $/00. Apply to
E. n. KIN SHI MF.R, 319 Fourth aveuue.
TO LET-IN WILLIAMSBURG, TnE NEW DWELL
inns, with or without stares, on First street, between
North First uud North Sccond, tinished in tho best manner;
but one minute's walk from lloust. n or Urand street ferries;
will be let low to good tenants. Apply toS. LEWIS HUTCH
1NCS, 3b John street, New York.
Tm O LET? THREE VACANT LOT3 ON ALIEN STREET
lelwten Ritington and Stanton streets, suititble for a
marble or stone yard. Also, tho tlrst and sccond lofts r.f 1 4<)
W i'linm corner of Fulton street, being S!l feet on William
and lt'O on Kulton street, each left containing nineteen win
dows. Apply to S. M. HUTCniNGS, 30 John street.
TO LET? THE WHOLE OR PART OF A HOUSE,
(cottage style ) with garden, coach honse and stable, at
Washington Heights, No. 3 lftsth street, near Tenth avenue,
l or further particulars, apply on tho premises, or of J. ,
HENDERSON, No. 1 Bowery, corner of Division street.
TO LET? TO A SMALL FAMILY, PART OF A HOUSE
on Houeton street, near the Bowery, consisting of two
noma and bedrooms on the sccond floor and back base
ment. Apply at H2 Forsyth street, between 12 unl 2 o'clock.
rro let-offices and suites of rooms in mur
X ray street, near College place. Apply to
AUG. E. KING, No. 9 Nassau street, third floor.
TO LET-TO A RESPECTABLE FAMILY, THE 1'RIN
ciptil part, (Including two nice parlors on lirst tloor,) of
a new and well tiniskou three story and basement frame
house on DeKalb avenue, Brooklyn, The owner, a young
gentleman, w ishes to reserve only a small part, less thaa
oue-tourth, of tho room in the honse. Stages convenient.
Rent $250. References rcuuired. Inquire at No. 23 Nassau
street, room No. S, up stairs.
TO LET? THE THREE STORY HOUSE NO. EAST
Bruadway, on lease, rent $70(1; the four-story house 410
Grcenwieb street, $1,000; the threo-story house 349 Green -
w i< h sti iet, $!><) i; honse and store43 Thomas street, flOO.
In.,ni-e of TilOMAS GIBBONS, Agent, -11)5 QfMavltB ,-t.
TO l.ET IN IIOBOKF.N? TWO OF A ROW OF SIX
first class three story and basement brick housos, .10
feet deep, hnished in a very superior and tasteful manner,
with inside blinds, marble mantels and gas throughout, for
genteel and commodious private rosidcuees. Rent $42.1.
inquire on the premises, liloomfleld street, at tho upper
house in the Hock above Sixth street, the ninth house above
the corner, or address V. SMITH, No. 15 Laight street, New
York.
rro LET IN BROOKLYN? THE TWO STORY AND
J. attic brick house with basement and under cellar, No. 133
Hudson avenue, ufew minutes walk from the Fulton ferry.
Kent $4U). Inquire of FRANCIS BLANC HIT, 2.<0 Sixth
avenue, before V A. M., or after 5 P. M,
TO LET, IN BROOKLYN? A THREE STORY BRICK
house, with high basement, and all modern Improve
B>? i ts, situated in President, near Van Brunt street, tlireo
minutes' walk from Hamilton ferry. Inquire of E. ,t S.
FoUjcra, No. Jo North William street. New York, or of 3.
I.uuglcr, No. 7 Degraw place, lirooklyu, from 1:! to 4 o'clock.
I rro LET OR LEASE? A LARGE MANSION HOUSE
X m Court street, Brooklyn, with rooms and grounds
| tc'tablo for a gurilen, lee cream saloons, Ao. The groun I
is 1U7 ly 1K4 tcet. Other houses to let in Brooklyn. Inquire
| i f S. P. TOWNSKND, 82 Nassau street.
| 'fK) LET OR FOR SALE? TUli EE YEARS' LEASE OF
X a Eirmun le. taurant, now dnlug a good bujiness. For
fi:rt! rr particulars inquire at 100 Chatham street, corner
of Pearl.
rPO LET, OR FOR SALE CHEAP? A THREE STORY
X basement I riek house, brown stone stoop, marble man
U s, folding door-, corner clostts, pinna in the rear, iron
railing aud balcaiiy in front; also, suits of tine carved rose
weed lurnitnro, velvet carpets, silk and lace curtains to
match. Apply ut 110 Degraw street, Brooklyn, for three
days.
rro LET, 1 OR SALE OR EXCHANGE? THE MAN
X sli ns and other ! minings known as Lewis Terrace, West
Eerriranla, N. Y.; be urts replete with every ino lornliri
irovement; twenty minntcs' walk from Melrose depot. Will
t e let separate or together. Title ImlispntaMe, Apply to
P. A II LEWIS A BROTHER. 117 Broadway.
ri O LEASE? AT LOW PRICES, FOR TENEMENTS,
X mechanic shops and dwellings, a large number of lots
I I Thirty ninth and Fortieth streets, fronting the Roacrvoir
III 4 Crystal Palace. Apply to Fowler A Franklin, Thirty
t th street, between Sixth aTenne and Broadway.
TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS? FOURTEEN |
lots of gronnd on lu-laney slip, fronting on Dalancy,
Mangln, and Tompkins streets. Nono nued apply except 1
those who are desirous to build for mechanical or other pur- ,
posss. Inqnire on tho premises, of WATEHBURY A READ, i
TO RENT? A NEW ENGLISH BASEMENT HOUSE IN
Ihirty first street, between Eighth and Ninth avennes; 1
rent $750. Also, six modern houses in Forty-fifth street, j
between Sixth a\enu? and Broadway; rout $VM. Also, 1
house in East Fifteenth street, at $*iO. Apply to R. G.
PlEKt'E, corner of Pine street and Broadway, under Me- '
tropulltan Bank.
TO RENT?THE PAVILION HOTEL, AT NEW RO !
chelle, with fine garden and outbuildings; adapted par- i
ticolarly for a summer boarding house. Inquire of Samuol ,
E. Frink, i<6 Chambers street, before 11 o'eloek, A. M., or ,
after 4 o'clock, P. M. _________
TO RENT IN BROOKLYN ? SEVERAL FIRST CLASS
hnnfes. with stone fronts. modern improvemonte, located ;
on Henry street, rent $7'". For particulars Inqnire of
THOS. RAW UNO, II wall street.
TO RENT, FURNISHED-1 TH> HOUSE NO. 129 WEST
Twenty fifth str -ct. to a private family: runt II, (KM.
Alto, a handsome four story house in Irvio;; p'aeo. ?t $1 OTO,
(very cheap.) and furniture fer ?ale low. R. D GOOD W IN,
renl estate and general auctioneer, No. 73 East I ourtoeuth
street, near Union square.
rro CTATICNEH.S AND K9SZC PC Usg33.~ TO USS, A ,
X store in the nrper pait of the ?U/. Stook an t fixtures .
for sale rheap, or If desirable the * .teres only will bo sold.
Apply koi to PUILir J. COZEN f), Uu Ka?oau ilreut. ?
TENANT'S ItBeiBTKJBU
rro PAINTERS? I WILL SILL CHEAP FOR CASH,
J. tb? stock and fixtures in the paint store and shop, No.
KM Broadway, near Thirtieth street, or I will sail what
bioken stock I hare, together with tbo fixtures, comprising
t very thing necessary to carry on the paintiag business. Ia
?.uire on ike premises.
BOAHUBIO AND LODGING.
, A GMNTLEMAN and wife on a few single
?A gentlemen 0111 be accommodated with handsome rooms
and full board at 43 Wait Twcnty-seoond itroet. The bona*
la Bret claaa in every reapaet, and splendidly furnished
throughout. Nona but parlies of the flrst respectably need
apply. N o children or eervants taken. Dinner at 6 orclook ,
A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND BED
room, on the seeond floor, front, to let with board, ia
a first class private bouse. None but those of the first re
spectability need apply, at 44 West Twenty- third itreet,
between Fifth and Sixth avonuei.
ATOUNG GENTLEMAN, PROFESSOR OF FRENCH
language in the neighborhood of New York, wiihea ta
find a respectable English or German family whera he eomld
procure board, and in payment thereof giro lessons in tho
French language. Address T. 8., 83 Canal street, ap stairs,
A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE CAN BE ACCOM*
modated with board in a private family, at Brooklyn,
within ten minutes walk of Fulton and Wall (treat ferries.
Further particulars given on applying to N. Dougherty, 10}
Water street.
AT NO. ? CLINTON PLACE. EIGHTH STREET,
west of and near Broadway, two or thraa desirable
rooms to let with board; dinner at six o'clock. Bast of re
ference required and given. Home first clan and newlj
furnished.
ATRIVATE FAMILY. RESIDING IN A FIRST-CLASS
house, would let a suit of furnished room*, on the second
1 floor, with board, to a gentleman and wife. Charges moder
ate and location pleasant. Fo^ further Information pleate
call at 84 Attorney street.
A COUPLE OF YOUNG LADIES CAN OBTAIN
board at 100 Eighth avenne. Inquire for Mri. Rogers.
There ara no other boarders.
A SUIT OF ROOMS AND A SINGLE FURNISHED
room to let. with partial board, in a private family, oa
West Thirteenth street, ucur Seventh avenue; suitable foe
gentlemen and wives, or single gentlemen. Modern con
veniences in the houso. with every comfort of home. Ad
drets L., Post Office. References oxohanged.
Board.? rooms, with board, for gentlemen
and their vivos, or for single genilomen, can be obtain
ed at UK) Weat Eighteenth street.
Board ? two single gentlemen, or a gen
tlernan and his wife, can have a parlor and bedroom,
either furnished or unfurnished, at 62 West Twenty-sixta
street.
Board.? furnished or unfurnished rooms,
with or without partial board, near the Sixth Avenuo
Railroad. Inquire at No. 9 Bedford street.
Board.? a suite of elegantly furnished
apartments, suitable for familiea or a party of gentle
men; also rooms for single gentlemen, in a honsa replete
with nil the modern improvements: dinuer at 0 o'clock. Ap
ply at 161 Tenth atreet, corner of Fonrth avenna.
Board? a very desirable suit of rooms can
now be had at ,rM Broadway, (near tho Metropolitan,)
consisting of front parlor and two communicating bedrooms.
Dinner at six o'clock. A party of two or more gentlemen
i>refoi red. G an and bath fn the houso, and family private.
References exchanged.
BOARD.-WANTED, BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, IN
a private American family where there ara no othei*
boarders, a furnished bedroom, with broakfaat and tea ia
the week, and dinner on Sundays, in Brooklyn, Jersey City,
or New York. Address, J. F., box 3,3!)4 New York Post of
fice, stating terms and location. Best of referenoe given.
BOARD.-A FIiJe SUITE OF ROOMS.ON THE SECOND
fioor, at 178 Washinton street, Brooklyn.
Board? hoboken.? two large rooms, con
nccted, and two bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished, to
let after first of May, on second floor of a genteel house in
a respectable location, within fivo minutes walk of the fer
ries. A party of fonr gentlemen can be accommodated with
breakfast and tea and dinner on Sundays; and meali served
in their own rooms, if required. No other boarders wonld
be taken. Further information will be given on applying ab
No. 6 Irving place, Hoboken, or at No. 46 West street, N?
York.
Board.? a number of suits of very plea
s&nt looms are now vacant, and will be rented for tho
spring and snmmcr on very reasonable terms, at the Astoc
Place Hotel, 733 Broadway.
Board.? two furnished rooms, communicat
lng, to let, without board; also, a single room for a gen
tleman, with breakfast if desired. Apply at No. ltjjj Spring
street, near Broadway. No boarders la tho hoase.
Board in chambers street.? a large parlor,
on the tecond floor, with pantry attaohod, suitable foe
a gentleman and wife or a single gentlemen, can be had, wltk
board, on application at 121 Chambers street. Also one oc
two rooms to let after the first of May.
Board in brooklyn.-a gentleman and his
wife, or two single gentlemen, can obtain board, with
pleasant rooms, on second door, in a family where there are
but few boarders, in a convenient location, five minutea
walk from Fulton ferry. Apply at 57 Ilijh street, Brooklyn.
Board in Brooklyn? wanted, a few board.
crs, at No. G9 Stato street, near Henry street, whera
tl.cy shall have an agreeable home. The house is new and
airy, five minutes walk from Wall street and South ferries.
Boakd in soutii Brooklyn-three minutes
walk from tbu ferry; an nnfarnisbed room and bed
room, on second story, suitable for a gentlomau and wife,
with partial board for gentleman. Also, a single room, on
third story. furnished. No moving on lit of May, Apply
at 136 Atlantio street.
Board wanted-by a gentleman and wipe,
in this city cr Brooklyn, near Fulton or Wall street
terries. Any private lanifiy having a pleasant room, well
furnlibcd, and desiring to form a pleasant association, will
tbu right kind of a party Ly addressing N. M., Herald office,
stating terms find locution. Ito.'t of reference given and re*
quired. Boarding bouse keepers will please not answer.
Board wanted.? a gentleman, wife, and
son. (twelve years of age,) want an unfurnished parlor
and beuroom adjoining; a.soa small rooui aujoiaing or in
an upper story, for a store room, with full board, in a re
spectable family, where there aro no other or few hoarders;
location above Blceckerrtrcet aud noar or weat of Broad*
way. Jtirect, with namo und location, to T. W. E., Herald
office.
Board wanted.? two ladies wisn to en
gage b< ard, in a quUt genteel family, whero there
are but few boarder*, l ocution to bo between First avenue
and Hri adway, and Third and Tweutieth streets. Address,
stating terms, which must be moderate, A. Z., lierald office,
Board wanted? in tiie thirteenth ward or
in Williamsburg, in a private family, by a gentleman
of retiring bal its, where he cm enjoy agreeable society with
the comforts of a home. Farties purposing to make an ad
dition to their family of this character will bud this a favor
able opportunity by addressing a note to Jay Walton, (post
paid,) Chatham square Font Office. Roferunoo oxchanged.
Board wanted? by a yocng gent, ne^R
Warren street; private family preferred. Fleaie ?d
drcss, stating terms, Edward, Herald office. Refer 01%
given. -
Board on statfn island wanted? by rwc
gentlemen, for the ooming season, A pleasant flarm
house would be preferred. Terms must bo moderate. Ad
dress J. C. A., llerald office.
Boarding.? a gentleman wishes to engagb
afurnlsbcd bedroom, with breakfast only, in a priiate
family, whose location is in a pleasant part of this city o{
Brooklyn. Please addres3 H. II., llerald office.
Boarding.-a handsomely furnished par.
lor and bedroom, on the second floor, will be let, with
btard, to a gentleman and wife, without children, ia a first
class house. No. 37 Ninth street, near Fifth avenue.
Boarding.? single gentlemen can be ac
commodatcd with board and lodging at 61 Crosby street.
Mechanics preferred.
Boarding? to let, with or without break
tact, to a tingle pcutliman, a largo, neatly furnished
and pleasant room, with a bedroom, in a small private fa
mily. References given and required. Inquire at 35 Bead
street. ^
Boarding.? rooms, furnished or unfurnish
ed. may be obtained, In a first class honse, containing
all the modern Improvements. Dluner at 6 o'clock. Apply
at No. 17 Wooater street. No moving 1st of May.
Boarding -coot) furnished rooms to ri:nt,
with or without breakfast, or breakfast aud tea, to gen
tli nit n only, (its and bath in tho house. Apply to Sr?.
MKD1U KST.Ml Houston street.
CtOVNTRY BOARD? A FEW RESPECTABLE PER.
> sons can I o accommodated with first class board in Cla
verack \ illage, Columbia county, three mile* from tho otty
ct Hudson, and within a fow rods of the railroad depot. Lo
cation unsurpassed, tor particular* inquire at kMS East
F.ighteeatli strict.
C10UNTRY BOARD WAN TED? FOR A GENTLEMAN
) and bis wife, from tlio Ut of May, at some place oonve
t.n nt to tbo (ity, litnerun the Hudson or East river*. Ad
dress W. H., box l,tl3 I'ost office,
Furnished rooms to let-i n a centr a l situ a
tion near ltroaauay, at a moderate rate, in a private
laiully. No rimovai in May, Reference* exchanged. Ad
dress T. P. Y., box 2,138 Post Office.
Furnished rooms to let-in broadwat,
at ove Broi me street, suitable for tingle gentlemen, in a I
I espiitablo private I nnse The rooms coinmuni, ate, and biva
rantries. ras, Ac., aitaehed. Apply at .'02 Broadway, neat
ly opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel.
Furnished room wanted-with breakfast*
and tea. in a private family, by a single gentleman. 1
Mtlsfaetorjr references given. Please address J. W-, 3 S |
Pott Office. '
- ... ? ? - J I
Neatly furnished rooms to lkt-withoe,
v ithont pnrtiil board, in a small private family. wBl
u?t remove on the first of Mi'.y. Apply at 14 Harrison strMi
i car > ranklln and Hudson. T
Rooms to let-furnished rooms to lit]
without board, to centlcmon only. Apply at No. fl
llond strcot. |
mwo gentlemen, or a gentleman and wifeJ
A can be accommodated with furnished or nnfnrnlehetl
roomr, at 170 West Twenty first street, near Eighth avenae J
"WANTED? BOARD. IN A RESPECTABLE AMERtl
VV can or Irish family, vltbln ton rninnto* walk of the
City Ilall. None need apply who keop boarders. Addresi
James, llerald office.
legal notices.
rrTATK OF NEW YORK, SUPREME COURT, COITNTJ
O of Ontario. ? Jesi ie Smith against Willard C. Waf
ToWillardC. Way. defendant:? You are beroby sumino?.<
to oniwer the complaint of Jesse C. Smith, plaintiff, wM>l
* as filed in the office of the Clerk of Ontario county, Mh
York, on the Uth day of February, l.sM and to serve a oopfe
your answer on the snl.sfrii cr, at his offico in the vilage 1 >
C?L?ndelfoa, New York, within twenty days after the set
vice of this summons, ixclui-ive of the day ot servieo ; and :
ton fail to answirs.iid complaint as hereby required, th
plaintin will take Judgment against ynu for one hundred ant
sixty -five dollars, with interest thcreoa from the second d?'
of February, INK, I esldes cost*.
fl. W. SALISBURY, Plalntirs Attorney.
BBVCAIIOR,
<J< 1IOOL FOR VODNU LADIES. ? CEDAR GL1T
0 Mm Sing, New York. Suu,m?r term will common
>is? 4. Terms $160 aer annum. Reference in New York
'Ihoroat Smnll^No f' Ferr/ street; D P. Ilarnn. foar
street Ai ply to Miss FoSTLR, Principal, Sin; Sing. -
TP OR HAVANA TNI. KEY WEST -UNITED 9TATI
1 mail ?tsann,hlp ISAHKL Win. It ->l ! 1ns. command'
'litis ?fciabui* iU ,tv?lw?uip leavua Ciiart??*uu, a. C., ?
Havana, via key H est un let aud lAtb, aad Havana oa t
I lit aad ?.M ul < aeli um. th. Apply te
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