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1BVERTISBMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAT.
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AAA worth or real estate for
?PaiUv.UvU Bale. o> SUttn ItU.d. our Ceutrlville,
from twelve to or* hundred ictt< is lot*, beautifully ?Ha
tted, witt.is rtltten miautee ilrivo of Faetorytille, Mew
Brighton or Port Richmond, Inquire of
P. L MARTLIN'C.
4:17 AHA ? TO MERCHANTS. ? A BEAUTIFUL
?P-L I .UUU. i ottue and frouad*. delightfully looated
at Stamford, wcrth f>3,600. a fine farm in au excellent loea
tioa on Long Island, north $1,1 "00. and RlUOeiikwttl be
given fur tin lanu <mviDt of frcih drygoods. at rash price*.
A cloth houae preferred. The a' nv? real estate in the lowest
*aeh price, ?n<f none I ut a first class hou?e will be treated
*sith, and no old good* taken. Addre** Cincinnati, Herald
?flic*.
*Q CAA ?FOR SALE? A FIRST CLASS SALOON
wO.OUU. and restaurant, on the corner
thorougbfure*. with private entrance for ladies, beautifully
decorated with French plate mirror*. Ac An olil stand.
For further particolara in.i?ire of U. W SlMLllS. (. hata
fcar* ?treet, up stair*, room No. 7
AAA ?FOR SALE OR TO LET? A NEW TWO
.UUU. story cotug*. containing tight room*, with
Hire* acre* of garden land, trait tree*, Ac., in the plea*ant
and healthy tillage of New Durham. 3)4 mile* by plank road
bam Qui ?Kcn Stage* from the ferry at 9 and 11 A. M., fare
li Kent I1MU. H. T. PERRY.
<*.?) AAA -FOR SALE. THE STOCK AND FIXTURES
ipO.l'"".". of a hardware atorc, la one of the best loca
tions in the city. Rent low. A well selected (took of goods.
Good chance to make money. Addre** Hardware, Herald
office.
*0 AHA -F0R PALE. ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
O.U v/U. or would be exchanged for property in Itrook
Ivn or New York, a light and very cholse stock of wine*
and li'iuorK, with standing cask* measure*, Ac; also lease
cf *tore, if deiired. Address Washington, box 3,081 Pout
Office.
d>9 enn -and only*.win cash, required
<Pm>UVUi down, the last one of the three to purchase
a well Luilt three ctory and basement brick house, situated
on Skillman (treet, near Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn: court
yard in front, with large sbadu trees, Ac.. neighborhood good.
E DE MOTT, No. 17 Sprue* street.
?fl OAA ?FOR SALE. A VERY EXCELLENT
VliOvv. farm, with good house and outbuildings, slt
t.ai?U iu a u, . st delightful location, in a fl'iurishiii/ ? ilia.
on Lonp Island. near Oyster llay: will be sold or exchanged
on roost favoral le term*. United Stat"s Heal Estate OiHoe,
U Chamber* (treet. GEO. W. SI ME IIS.
4:1 AAA -for sale, a small farm with a
V-IVJU. comfortable dwelling hou?e, barn, and other
outt uil<Hii).*( tl ? rcon, well supplied with alt kind* of lruit
ir. es. 1 ikewiM will t.e f.,ld, together or *cparate. adjoinin-c
thi* ?i. i,l property a good mill stream with saw mill and net
of woollen macl.lneiy. This stream is one of the beat trou'
jiond* on Lund Inland. The term* of . ale will be mn<le easy
iti n it pur< ba?er?. If not fold in a few days it will lib let
?r leased. The al eve property is situated near the Long
I -In n,l Kailroml, ? iiliiti t irec hours ri.lo of the city of New
York, i.id one and a half miles dirt ant from the thriving
t iilitite of Fatrhogue. For further particulars inquire of
G. W. A D. HAFF, ISO Division street.
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harness. Apply at 143 Myrtle avenne, Brooklyn
t'Of.A -for sale! a tobacco route, now
)U, lining a first rate trade, with horse, waj-on and
A drug siore FOR SALE? THE owner being
ol lined to go to Europe; it will he Bold for $900, it it
well fitted up and doing a good huiinest; well adaptod fhr a
physician or German apothecary. Inquire at 220 Broomo
?treet, near Essex.
Billiard tables. *o, for sale.? the sub
?crlbers wish to call the attention of purchasers to
their stuck of billiard and bagatelle taMes, halls, cue*,
maces, cloth*, bridges, cue cutters, pool balls, pin* French
leathers. Ac., which are sold ton per cent cheaper than any
ether establishment in the city.
IlENJ.1
LEONARD A BENJAMIN, 332 Broadway.
(CHOICE BROOKLYN' PROPERTY FOR SALE -ON*
J Oxford street, Brooklyn, within half a block of Wash
ington Park.? Two first claw three itory brick bouse*, built
in the most substantial manner. 12 inch walls, and eontaiulng
all the modern improvements; two lot* of ground, adjoin
ing the above, one on Cumberland and one on Oxford street,
can be bad with the above if desired. Also a very deslrahle
cottage house. with4wo full lots, on the west side of Oxford
?treet, near the residence of Rot. Dr. Cox. Thi* is one of
the most detiralile locations in the city of Brooklyn. The
liou*e stand* on a double terrace, *lx feet above the street,
nith courtyard forty feet deep; contain* ten rooms, two
parlor* and dining room on first floor, gas throughout, und
all in complete repair. Also, two or four full lots of ground,
extending from Oxford itreet to Portland avenue. Sixty
per cent can remain on bond and mortgage. Inquire of A.
fcls'OWLTON, No*. 37 and 39 Murray street. New York, or
ef A. B. DaVENPORT, near the premises, Court (treet and
J*' ton avenue, Brooklyn.
FOR SALE? a THREE STORY FRAME DWELLING
house, 22x36. with a two story extension, Ux2<>, with
?wo lota of KTound running through from street to street, (2t)0
feet,) situate on Fraivnu avenue, near De KaltiaTenue,
Brooklyn; will be completud and possession given May 1; gtu
fa) house. Apply to A. 3. CROWELL, 46 Fulton street,
Brooklyn.
IjlOR SALE? A TWO STORY. ATTIC A"ND BASEMENT
JT frame dwolliug house, tilled in to the peak with brick,
iin roof, marble mantles, eituato on the northerly aide or
Park avenue, Brooklyn, about ten or fifteen minutes walk
from Fulton ferry, and one block from a stage route. Price
V 2ft0. Apply to A. S. CROWELL, No. 45 Fulton itreot
B Joklyn.
For sale-the stock, fixtures and four
yei.rs' lease of a flour and feed store, now doing a good
kusine*'. the preseut owner having other business to attend
to after the first of May. Inquire at 307 West street.
?or sale? five three story and BASEMENT
brick houses in Fifty third street. between Seoond and
rd avenues. iu complete order. All the modern improve
Bnti. Terms euy. Prioe 96,000. Apply to D. ROBINS,
t% Sixth street.
For sale? one of tuo^e new three story
basement aud sub-cellar Philadelphia brick fr >nt.
hovreson the north side of Thirty-third street, second house
east <f MMIn ITMM, Price tft.SOO; more than haK may
remain for a term of year* at six per cent. Inquire on the
prcuiifcs, I.r oi tliu owner. No. IB West Thirty second s'veet.
For sale-a farm, eleven miles from new
Tork. in the State of .New Jersey, containing thirty
>?ven and a half acres of laud and new buildings. It w<ll
be ft, Id cl cap, on easy terms, and if desired, a portion of
tLe land ok Iv. Apply to >.
P. ZlMMERtfANN, 17 Bowery, fonrth story.
For sale? the corinthi \ x billiard saloon,
at Mobile.? Wishing to rc tire froni business. I oiler for
aale tl.e tables, furniture snd fixtures, with mv good will in
the above extensive billiurd 'il'ion: room on tfrst floor, eon
tain inn twelve tables, {complete. Tor particulars applv at
(he saloon. M. CARMELICtl.
FOR SALE? THE TWO STORY HOUSE AND LOT OV
the corner of 12,'bl stri t and Sixth avenue, containing
? store suitable for u grocery or other husiuess, seven rooms,
pantries. Ae.. with haseinont toim and cellar. The house is
new. and tilled h> with brick. 2ft by 30 feet. Price
one half can remain on mortgage, and be paid in small
(r.ms. if desired. Apply on the premises, or at G2 Fraukfort
street.
I^OR SALE-ONE OR TWO NEAT THREE STORY
and basement new homes and lots in Sixtieth stroot,
near Broadway: marble mantela, corniced walls, sliding
doors. Ac. Eighth avenue cars pass within ?ne block. Will
1* sold low If applied for immediately, on the premises.
WILSON D TRUMANS.
For sale? two splendid counters, black
walnut tops, one fifty five feet and the other twenty
feet long. Inquire at 407 Grand street R ONDERDONK.
TJH1R SALE? THE STOCK AM) FIXTIIIES OF STORE
JP No. 201 Sontb street. Fixtures consisting of counter,
?ix large stand casks, six fifty gallon do., all in good ordor,
and various other article* pertaining to the liqVior business.
Apply to JOHN REED A CO., on tLe premises, .01 South
street.
For saif-the brick nocsE and lot no 191
East Fifteenth street, near Stnyvesaut square; homo
21 feet by GO. all the way op, three stories, bnsemeut, good
cellar, containing bath rooms, with hot and cold water,
range, dumb waiter, water elosets, inside and out; chande
_liers and burners go with honse. Apply to R G PIERCE.
?Pine street, corner of Broadway, under Metropolitan Bank
FOR SALE? FIVB LOTS ON FIFTY THIRD STREET,
north side, comment ing 2S5 feet west from Fifth avenue,
each 2ft by 100 feet f inches. Price $2,000 each. Will ex
change for good improved property. Apply to E. II.
J1ROWN, 71 Wall street, from 1 to 2 P. M.
For sale-the desirablle lot no. hs crosby
street, west side, between Spring and Priuce streets.
For term', apply to W. S. JARVIS, No. 20S Elm street,
near Spring.
FOR SALE? THE WHOLE OR ONE HALF OF A CEN
tretoard sloop of about liNltona burthen, in good crdsr;
rails fast, and will carry M?6 000 briok. or M,000 feet lumber;
draws 7}-i feet when loaded. A brickmuker would find fiis
? profitable investment, as a portion would be taken in brick.
Address E. A D., Herald office.
For sale? a three story English basement
hou^e on r.orth side of Twentpr ninth street, near
Sixth avenue, with all the modern improvements Price
16.000. Term* favorable. Apply to A. C. LOU.MIS, 1,12-1
Broadway, near Thirty-fourth street.
For .-aie? the small, nf.at liquor s ori
ks<o* n i?* the Mitchell House, together with st oc ,< an i
tixtnip- nr e d 'lug a tood eash business Reason for sell ?
irg. dtatb i:i thi family. Apply to C. SEURIFF, 222 Seven -
tenth ttreet. between Eighth and Ninth avenues.
For sale? a grocery and liquor storf.. with
five vesrs lease from the 1st of May. Rent 822,"> per an
jintn Inquire in store No. 2*1 Muiherry street.
FOR SA1.E-AT LOW FIGURES. AT REMSgN'S ST A
ble in Boertim street, near Fulton, Brooklyn, I two
horse J. iiny Und carriage, with top over the back soat; 1
<>n< horse two scat top w igon. can bo used with one or two
s?at- 2 light open wa;ons: 2 Boston chaises, with harness
1 bay Vermont Morcan horse, 16^' bands high.
For snlf.-a ? ovkortabi b nouse.wiTH four
tir t rat- building 1 ,ts. 2ft by 100 font each, at East .Vow
YorV Lon-j Island, tour miles fr rn Peck slip lerrv. where
stages leave every twenty minutes f ir last New Vn'rk. Tho
ssld lotsfront Georgia and Alabama avenues. iftO feet fre -i
Long Island Railroad and .Vtl feet from Brooklyn and Ja
maica plank road Apply to FRANCIS M GEE, ou the
premises, or at the tta-.-.e office, East New York
For sale-a cottage and four lots on
Eie-hty sixth street, porncr of avenue. Tho Third
Avenue Railroad oonveys passengers to F.tghty sixth street
a short distance from thp premises: $3 V*i on mortgage at
six per eeat. Apply toJOHN S. KELSO, ?2 William ? tr> et
For sale.? twfnty?hnih streei. between
Broadway and Sixth avenue. South side. ? The elegant
three story. I asement and attic brick dwelling hon e No. 40
West Twenty ninth street, tw i yeart old. well built aud in
food order, has all the modern improvements; lot 20 l.y '* ?
ruie three fsst, rooms deep to second storv. Pric t (11,060.
rtsies.ion 1st of May. Apply to 1) .SHEPHERD
14 Wall street.
F
OR SALE? THE MARBLE AND TREE STONE
Mi nnincpt \\ orks. near tbe new e:,tr?nce to Greenwood
Cemetery. Tltis is a splendid cbanfe for a business man
light years lease of two lots, house connected with thu
same Apply to ANDREW HARRISON, Real Estate Of
f.< e, 98 Ctaar Street^ _
J MIR SALE OR TO LET? THE HOUSE AND LOT
known as No. KOCIIaton street, between Division and
(.rand rtteets. For particulars, apply on the premises.
For sale-a farm of twelve .\f res wit* a
good house and barn, on a p'ank road, four miles :r?m
the Holokrn ferry It will bo sold cheap if applied f t
Within three days, at Messrs. Al 'MAN A GK E V F.'B.No. ?
Wail street. N? w York, between 9 and 12o'clock A. M
For saie? hif three "story anp'basemcni
tiiek honse 2t0 West Twenty fourth street, between
Ninth and Tenth avenues, r.dj'doing Chelsea Cottars
T.rms easy. Apply to F. STEVENS, on the premises.
For saLeor to lit-at c nisiN v to rove, ci.i f
ton, Statca Island a very pleasant cottage, containinz
tan good rooms, and one acre of land. Also a delightfully lo
cated house to let at Stapleton, standing oq hi.h gr and,
overlooking the tay, the Narrow*, and eitv of New Y>*rk,
with a large lawn in front. The same house il soar occupied
ly J. B. Hyde, Es<i
FOR BAiB.
For sale ? four first class tiiker story
trick houses and lot*. situated is that not block or
houses in Henry street, between Amity u< CoimH
streets, Brooklyn. Tbry have a commanding view of (he
liny Jer-ey shore. Ac., and not more than It* minutes
walk from the Atlantic street ferry. Will b? iold at btr
"ai.. An ty to s S BROAD, 13 Wall <tmt.
FOR SALB-FIR8T CLASS HOUSE A1TD LOT NO.
HfM w est Twentieth street; home it new, three roomi
deep, with all the modern improvements: key is next door;
also house and lot 55 Stanton street, near Eldridge street.
Inquire at 55 Stanton (treat, old Ko . 53.
For sale cheap? house and lot, four story
brick, with good itora and cellar, 173 Thirty second
street, between First and Second avenues. Croton 1 a
K muses, Ac. Terms aasy. Inquire of W li. CANNON,
Grand street.
For sale cheap? a wholesale and retail
liauor store, doing; a large business, rent free, with three
years lease, situated in the central part of the city. Apply
at 21 Coenties slip.
CK)R SALE. COUNTRY SITES -THE SUBSCRIBER
17 will d\ ipose of some eighty acres in plot kltwo an'' ana
balf acres or aw *o teutlemam who wi' obligate them
salves to erect honsas to cost not less than MBIO. None
nhers need apply; and of sneh no cash will required.
The property is adjacent to the snbscriber's residence, in
tb* town of Westchester. Location healthy beyond ques
ti?n aud aboil fourteen miles from the City Hall. Inquire
ft JAMES CQNhAR, liH Heokman street.
Fob sale or to let-a first class marble
front house, with all the modern improvements, on
Third place, ten minutes' walk from Hamilton avenue ferry,
Brooklyn, or will be exchanged lor unimproved property in
the city. Inquire of E R. L'AMOUREUX, 68 Wall street
IfOR SALE OR TO LET. IN BROOKLYN? THE T VO
story frame house tilled in with brick, No. 63 Prince
street, corner of Fair. Brooklyn Posrcjuion on the 1st of
May. Price $2. OUO; $MK) can remain. Rent$250. Apply at
96 Pine street. New York. ,
Fifth avenue i.ots.-for sale, two lots,
?>, by 100 foet each, situated oj the cast siila of Fifth
avenue, between Eighty third and Eighty fourth streets,
directly opposite the great Central l'ark. Apply to WM. C.
lllGGINo, 44C Eighth avenue.
FAHM FOE SALE ON STATES ISLAND-PI VE AND
a half miles from V a n d r b i i t ' s landing, and one inilo
from Cedar Grove, fronting New York l ay. containing twen
ty tlre> aerer, |>urt meadow. lucre is a new tiothio nou.- -,
larn. Ac . on the j remises; good bathing. Xc. Ttrini ruv.
For further particulars apply to Mr. ARMSTRONG, 177
TLirty- seventh street, corner Eighth avenue.
S> OOD CHANCE TO MARK MONEY? FOR SALE, ONE
V f of the hest und" rtakcr's establishment in this city.
Apply ut 564 Pearl ttrect, or 210 Seventh avenue, near
Twi fit] bm street.
House furnishino store.? for sake, the
stock, fixtures, Ac , of a house furnishing store, con
sisting in part of tin, wooden and willow ware; th" owner
having other business to attend to. The location is one of
the best in the upper part of the city. Inqnire of BEN
Ham. WHITNEY A CO.. 27a anu 272)6 Pearl street, or on the
premises, nt No. 15 Greenwich avctiie.
IIYERY STA11LES FOR SALE OR TO LET-ONK OF
J the best Hands in the I'nitod State*. All the s'alls
are a', ove ground, thereby avoiding those diseases that horses
are liable to, by being kept in basement stables. The situa
tion is sin h as to entirely avoid tho pavement, and save the
injuries that arise to valuable aniraalB by driving theroon.
The above stables are in the immediate vicinity of the Filth
avenue, being on Forty second street, opposite the Reservoir,
and would bo a most valuable fetnnd for carriages to let.
All gentlemon owning horses, would he glad of tho opportu
nity of keeping thorn in such a healthy and commoujous si
tuation Adjoining lots can bo obtained on a long le:vso to
add sale str.Mcs for first class hori-os, making it altogether
one ol tbe best chances ever offered to an enterprising man
Inquire of J. F. WILLI AMS, 21)7 Ninth avenue.
IIY1NGST0N STREET PROPERTY FOR SALE? THE
J three story, basement and sub-cellar brown front
dwelling house, one year old, with all the modern improve
ments, situate on the south side of Livingston strict, fourth
house cast of Suii'.h street, Brooklyn. A large portion of
purchase money can remain. A. S. CROWELL, w fttlttl
street, Brooklyn.
I UMBER YARD FOR SAI.E.-TnF. FIXTURES AND
J unexpired lea.-o (with or without stock) of an establish
ed yard, di/ing a profitable business, the senior proprietor
being about retiring from business. Inqnire at the yard,
corner of Jorntemon and Furiuan streets, Brooklyn.
MURRAY HILL PROPERTY. ? FOR SALB, SEVERAL
first class English basement heuses, composing a block
of ten. situated on the north aide of Thirty-ninth street, be
tween Third and Lexington avenues. They have all the mo
dern improvements, and are built and finished in the best
and most fashionable style. SUo 18 by SO feet, and four sto
ries high. For particulars, inquire of THOMAS KIL
PATRICK, builder, on the premises.
XJOTICK TO SHIPWRIGHTS AND BOATBUII.DERS.
_1A Yard kno* n as 2e0 and 2.^1 West corner of Watts street,
NewYork. ? This place of business has been kept by Akhurst
Douglas for three years. Has a good run of work; on
the premises is a steam engine and saws in complete order,
which Mill be sold at a bargain. Also, a sloop of VO tins
measurement, which will freight 150 tons, will be sold low,
for cash.
Pulpit for sale -a very neat and chaste
pulpit, painted white, with gilt mouldings, suitable for
u small church or lecture room, will l c sold reasonable for
want o.' ute. Apply to D. L. KENNEDY, 25 Greonwioh
avenue.
TO MAFONS, PLASTERERS AVI) BUILDERS.? THE
ftibscriber has on hand, at his newly erected Empire
Plaster Mills, best calcined plaster aud marble dust, for
sale in quantities to suit, ana on liberal terms. Shipping
oriiers promptly executed. Orders can be left at 130 Pearl
street, up stairs. T11EO. I. SEIXAS, Office 10!) Bank st.
TO BOAT CLUBS ?CLUB BOAT, HOUSE AND Fix
tures, in good order, for sale cheap. Persons do-irons
of purchasing enn address J K., box 1.HS9 Post Giftec. Also
a few members wanted fof a club now formed. Address as
above.
rro WATCI1MAKEKS AND JEWELERS.? FOR SALE,
1 two ymr* leusr , with the fixtures, anil 'he wbcle or a
choice of stock of a goo il business stand. Rent low. Part
in cash only, if required. AdJresa Karle .fc Hodtnpyl, Nos
1 ?ti<1 6 Liberty place, where further inforuutiou cau bo
ol tained.
"17" A L? ABLE FARM FOR SAIE-?SJPER ACRE. -THE
V ml scriben arc authorised to soil the iargo an J valna
alle estate known as Lod^e Farm, former .v the property of
Col. Ji !.u 1'. Howard, situated on Patapsco Neck, i2 miljs
frtui Baltimore city, and containing tour hundred ami sixty
two acres more <r less. It i? bounded on the east l y the
North Point "rook; ly Patapseo river on the Sout.'i; by
Hack river tn the north; and by the fariuof.Wr Henry Junn*,
on the wett The improvement* csmist of a substantial
two story dwelling vith two kitchen* and ronnig forscr
vants; a lnr?e two story brick barn. with stabling at uaoh
end; iee house, dairy, (rr.mary, (thore hare beon extra build
infra put up within tlie last two years.) corn house, cow house,
pipgery. sheep house, meat house, Ac. About two hundred
and fifty acres are cleared and under cultivation ?the ha
lanec is well timbered with hickory, oak, chestnut . to. There
is every facility for loading vessels from oath field, There
are several admiral le gunning and fishing points on this
farm, and any quantity of wild fowl and nth can be procur id
without dit'uulty in the proper season. The ground has
been well improved by the use of guano, lime and ashes,
large quantities of each having been used within a short ' ' ie
past. Seventy five acres are now down in wheat, put in h
guano and clovcr, and the whole farm is iu excellent condi
tion. Persons desirous of purchasing a first rate
farm are invited to view the prejiisi-s If not sold at private
Bale before Wednesday, 17th day . t May next., it will be of
fered on that day at p iblio sale, at one o'clock, at the Bal
tin, ore Exchange. Terras? one third cash; ou? third in
twelve months, and tbe remaining third in two years, with
seeurity and interest on the credit payments. For farther
particulars apply to Samuel Barnes, Wasningtonville, l!;il
timore county, Md. or to Sheppard A. Leakin, Attorney at
law. V.i notm nt sqnuro, Baltimore, Md. Letters addressed
to cither of the uudersigned will receive prouip attention.
SAMUEL BARNES,
SHEPPARD A. LEAK IN",
TI'IMIAHSBURG PROPERTY ? FOR SALE CHEAP,
v? two neat cottage h nnes, situated on Fifth street, be
tween North Fifth anu North Sixth streets, ahou'- live mi
nutes walk from four ferriis. The houses are built in modern
style, with sliding doors, tnarhle mantels, grates, centres,
Ac. Inquire on the premises, or at the store of D. Riley, on
the eame block.
E OLI'SAl.E AND RETAIL CONFECTIONERY ES
? ' tablifhment for sale. now doing a good busiuoxs; it
has a lease of lour years to rrn. For further particular!
address A. P. & Co., Herald office.
HORSES, CARRIAGE*, diC.
FOR SALF.? A SPLENDID HORSE. 7 YEARS OLD
this spring, warranted round and kind, and a flue
driver, with wagon and harness, in first rate order; soiJ on
acccur.t of the owner leaving for Europe. Also, some first
rate ehrrisire horses, and two single horses that oan trot a
mile in three minutes, vounir ami sound, just from the
country. Inquire at M. FLVN.N'S livery stable, IB Welt
Thirteenth ctreet, between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
FOR RALE? SECOND HAND CARRIAGES, HOTEL
.coaches, wagons and several pairs fine carriage horses;
alto, lot of work horses. Apply to Metropolitan stables,
corner Prince and Crosby streets.
FOR SALE? A PAIR OF COOD CARRIAGE HORSES,
abi nt seventeen hands high. Will be sold cheap. Ap
I ply to W. S. MILLLDULEK. No. 3 Nassau street.
IjlOR SAL*? A VERT HANDSOME HORSE, TILBURY
anil harness. Can he teen at the stable on the corner
of Gram' and Mercer streets. The horse is stylish and
spiedy The whole will be sold a bargain for want of use.
Price HOO.
For sale.-tw o boston <niAisEs. or gi<;s, and
three business w agons also, coaches, rockaways, doctors'
g..- pi huts, close top sml shifting top buggies, hnczies with
out tops. and sulky* l< A 1 FER 1 Y'S own make, and for sale
at his repository, No. 38 Canal streit.
For sale -three second hXnd buggies, but
lit tie used ; oi e close top. mc shifting top. and or.e open,
very light; also, two second hand doctors' gig phietms ami
me i e. i nd band business wsgon. All for sale, very low, at
No . S- ( anal street.
J,' OR SILK- \ ItF.A T'TI Fl'L PAIROF BLACK MORl! AN
F horses. 1-" . bands high, six years old. lon^ t-.ils. si vli?h
at d fa-t traveller", and sonnd an, I kind in all places. They
1 1 long to an estate, and arc sold l y order of the executors.
Afplv to Mr. COMSTOCK, No. 2 St. Peter's piaje, rear of
the Astor House, one door from Barclay street.
Horses for sale? about seven years old,
will trtvel in doable or single harness; are in good or
der. They are line driving horses. Can be aeon any after
m < n. at the corner of Forty-tcventb street and Eleventh
avcnui? new grocery store.
Horse wanted? under fifteen hands pre
ferred; steady under harness or saddle Terms must
I e I' oderate Address, stating height, color, age, speed and
I rv e, Annaudale, box 3. 1"3 Post Office.
Horse wanted? not less than fifteen and
a half hand* bich. strong built, young, stylish, a fast
ti avel'er and perfectly sound, rood iu harness and also un
der the saddle Address, with full description and pri ^c,
A B.. lox Mo post Offi e
Horses and carts -the advertiser wishes
to dispose of hU two horse* and sprln r carts at a l?ar
,/ain. as be intends tT> p>o into other businos* The work
now dine ly bim will be given to the purchaser. Apply nt
SA Ann street.
XTEW YORK HORSK BAZAAR 31 CROSBY STREET,
\ _ An, tu n salo of 1 or-c. c ;rriagcs harness, ?c.,i v . y
Mimlay and W edne?dav at 12 o'clock. Per <mis haviiy
iVtticrfv to dispose of will plea?ecall and have It ro itci-ed
property tooi p OATFIELD, l\>pri?tjr.
iirn.rxT* A\n ai risth.
Dr. POWELL, OCULIST, AURIsr ACV XfrrNDS
?x?lQtifeljr t^? 4i*cacff the t ye an 'I tar from 9 t> 4
o clock 'Uily. *t W2 Hrontiwsy. wh*"ro ? i\n bv pr ' tarod hi
"Trerttitc on th? Lyt;*% alio, cy* * waich .?rc in
tcrted withont un opcr&itoD, and Hiil iuvt? nui louk cx
ftct! j like the natural eye.
rrnn ear and eve -dr. heath ahri^t and
A runliKt, (icv(<i#r upteifti Ktttnt.'Q lo the tptatrrint of
A^afict * ai??! all dtntici of- the ear **y ? iVi W'.re
MreH. juft w ? ft of hr<>8<! way. !!? ir? fru tu W ty il! ,iu? ?, to
5. EbtttLl* \iriuu at lb tit ror,<.?bce,
HOrgBH, ROOM*, WAilTBD.
A furnished room wanted? without board.
la a'very quiet neigh' orliood. fur the occasional use of
a jfntlimni; payment iu advance In lira of reference.
T? rnm must be moderate. Address Pew, Htrtlt olca.
T? PUR- I
;^,t,0Ur." from the Post ffi "prl"'.' i
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^oo^isvs.w^v'rp?""^ri'(
HOUSE WANTED IN BROOKLYN.? WANTED. A
mull cottage, in thorough repair. in ? goTid ni-Uhbor
hind. Kent nut to exceed $3U0. Address G. 0., 11 raid
office.
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.? WANTED TO BTT, A
il lar^e quantity of India rubber goods tor marine and
military services. such aa cloaks, canteens, knapsacks, Au.
Address R.. Agent, Post Office.
?ART OF A* HOl'SE WANTED ? CONSISTING OF
ai % en or eight roouia, with the modern improvements,
I y a family of four grown persona. Location must he plua
sant and lr< c frc in i.niMiiH'ea, below Tenth str et p, ? ! r,- 1
Address, stating terms, Ac , S. A. K . box 1,072 Post Office.
THE ADVERTISER WISHES TO RENT, ON REA
sonable terms, a house, suitable fur a ooufectiouary "r
a gentleman's lirst class boarding or lodging hou?c. I'lea.e
aifilrria, stating term, and every particular, George, Herald
office.
WANT ED? FROM 1ST MAY, BY TWO YOUNG GEN
tit men, three rooms between Illeecker street and
Urion square, near Broadway, via. : A small parlor and twn
bedrooms, neatly furnished and clean. Rent not to exceed
t;;0 per month, or with plain breakfast $40. Address box
1,091 Post Offiee.
TIT A N TED? TnE SECOND FLOOR OF A HOUSE CON I
TT tniniug three or four room.-, at a moderate r> nt, for a
fentleman, wife and two children (oldest not three years)
ctween Spring and Fifteenth streets, west of Bowery
Please stste price and location. Best of reference given
Address Thomas Herald office.
Ur ANTED ? A HIGH OR ENGLISH BASEMENT
house, with modern improvements ? gas, Croton in
rootni, and bathroom; any perron haviug a home ai.'worin;
'1 e i- l ove, may ai! dress, with full particulars, stating rent,
locution, .t?. ,1. S. E.. Herald office. N. It ? Those answer
tug, without stating location, rent, and all particnlats, will
not 1 e noticed,
tp anted to hire -a nnurniip house ts
TT the country, ot in Hoboken, about one hour's ride fro 'n |
ti e city, to aeconimoilate about oi^ht p r* ms. Address i*. I
B. K , box 2,678 Post Office. j
1X7" ANTED? FOR THE SUMMER, WILL FURNISHED
T ? apartments for two or three gentlemen, in an airy
situation, on Statsn Island, and easily accessible from a- "
o t the ferries communii ating with New York. Address
A. W ., I ox -.860 New York Post Office.
TV-ANTED? BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, IN- A PRI
TT \ate family, a furnished parlor and bedrvoui uljoinlng.
Loe n ti> n nl oie llond street, and tenuis mu-t U m derate.
Reference* exchanged. Address, with full particular i, Ik*
&,128 Post Office.
TTJTANTED? A FURNISHED PARLOR AND BEDROOM, I
TT in the Sixth avenne, suitable for a physician betweun
Eighth and Thirtieth streets. Address Dr. H., No. 11 Cui
versity place, oorncr of Eighth stroet.
WANTED TO PURCHASE-A SMALL HOUSE AN D
TT lot. west of Third avenue, and between twelfth and
Thirty first streets. Price not to exceed X.u-l.) Ad
dress C. F 01. rock, 68 Church stroet, corner of Warrea,
statirg particulars.
WANTED TO LEASE-THREE OR FOUR LOTS OF
TT ground on Third, or between Second and Third ave
nues, and between Thirtv fifth and Fiftieth streets. Please
address D. 11. SLepard, 17!' avenue B.
TITAN! ED TO PL RCHASE? A GOOD. SUBSTANTIAL
TT built house, between Ninth and Eighteenth streets,
and between Fourth and Seventh avenues. Pri >e not to ex
ceed JIU.tK'd, aud It rtus to be easy. Also, a vacant lot. situ
ated as above. Address, stating terms, Ao., R. V D., box
1..17-1 Poet Offiee.
IX8TIU CTIOIV.
Aline for penmanship and bookkeeping.
?These two essentials to the man of bnsiness are
taught thoroughly at GOLDSMITH'S rooms, 362 Bioadway.
The establishment consists of live superb parlors, fitted up
like ptivate drawing rooms, and opening into each other by
folding doojrs, the entire suite boing one hundred feet in
length. Private pupils can take their lessons in perfect se
clusion. uninterrupted by visiters within or noise without,
and a tine mercantile hand, and a complete aoquaintaacc
with practiial bookkeeping, guaranteed in all eases.
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, WHO SPEAKS FRENCH, !
Gcrnir.ii, and Italian, wishes to give instruction in one
of the above languages to a young ladyor gentleman in
compensation for the English language. Address G. W..
Herald office.
FRENCn TAUGHT? BY PROF. DELL* PIANE. BY
the best system, at 293 Broadway, room No. 1(1, be
tween Duano and Rcsde streets. Every one may be able by
lny ostein to speak the language in three months.
French language.-professor d. lagroix, '
2^9 Broadway, continues to receive new pnpiis for
thorough instruction in the French language, imparting to
them tie ability to speak it' with fluency and correctness.
Terms, in private class, 94 per month. Apply before 10
o'clock A. M., or after 6 P. M.
DRY GOODS, ?fcC.
C-*REAT NOVELTIES.? NEW SPRING GOODS ?LA
T dies from every part of the Union, are ir. vitcd to call j
mn roe tli ? ? tew silks, foulards, grenadines, bare ;es, erupt i
? r.irif, ja- onet-, cr^uudies, calicos, gingham*, siiuw s.
trai'tillis. Ac. Ac. Tmn goods, now opening, were m vie j
ior the Pars market and are the newest aud riches', styles
imported by us in the last steatmrs.
J. BECK A CO Broadway. |
Milliners and PEAI.ERS WILL FIND IT TO
t ! . i i r ? dMintarc to examine our stock of rich ribbons,
taBMtf, (ilka, l*\>n.-, Krer.ch Sown, muM mantilla
triii mil gs, Ac., Ac., which wo are prepared to off .-, either
* holetulc or rctuil, on the most reasonab'e terms.
SPENCE A SON, 27 and 27J? Division stra t.
MYLES A WOOI) HAVE ON HAND A HANDSOME
nssot tmcnt of Maltese lace collars and ( ueK<; alio,
:< me ot the richest Paris embroidered gets: a choice selec
tion of infants' robes and drcs^e". Can be ha I at t'u'ir now
stun. 7slJ? Broadway, between Ninth and Tenth stroeis.
VTEir GOODS ?LEWIS A SEACORD ARE NOW P K F.
J.\ pared to exLibit to the public, and their friends and
patrons, a most complete ana choice -toik of cent's furnish
ing goods of every description. Shopping solicited. Up
town glove dep?t nnd gentUmen's furnishing emporium,
CM Broadway, Stuyvesant Inititute
PLAID SILKS? AT THIRTY PER CENT LESS THAI*
regular price*. We have Just received an invoice of {
plaid iilke of splendid qnality. which wo sro offering at 7
shillings per yard. A. KERR A CO., 7i>7 BroadwSy, three i
doors below Mnth street.
Rich silks, bareges, 'Ac.?usdell, peirsona
> LAKE. 471 Broadway, bctwocn Grand and Broome
street", ?ould respectfully call the attention of the ladies
to thiir rich and varied assortment of dress goods, received
per steamer Franklin, consisting of rich cncne plaid and
striped silks, of all styles and qualities. An elegant assort
ment of f.outecd barege, organdie and jaconet robes of the
best Paris make, tissues anu grenadines in plaid, stripe and
lr< < be figures of all colors, French and English calicos,
1 rilliatits and ginghams of the newest stjles and pattern*.
Also, a full a;scttmcr.t of linen sheeting, shirting, talle
inen, towelling, Ac., Ac.
MILLnjERY ASP DRESSMAKING.
G~1ilEAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF |UILLI? I.
" ry gouus, ribbons, bonnet silks artificial flowers, druas
trimmings, ribbons, Ac. ? M U. I.ICHTENSTEIN, 90 Howe
ry. has Just received, direct from the manufacturers la
Frstire r.rd England, his usual importation of the above :
goods, embracing everything novel and desirable for the ap- i
proaehing season. Also a superior assortment of ribbou
adapted to the late faihion of trimming ladies' dresses and
mantillas, flouncing, bows, Ac. The -assortment in Qtbe
wholesale wareroom. adjoining the retail store, is unequalled 1
in this city for vriety and cheapness.
Ladies- straw bats.-an entirely new an?
very extensive assortment of ladies' and misses' straw j
Leghorn, Dunstable and Florence bonnets, rnav now be ok- j
tainod at th? Paris Mantilla Emporiuir. GEO. BL'LFIN !
Proprietor, 3<U Broadway.
PARIS MANTILLaS-TBR SUBSCRIBERS 1MPOR.
tatitn and manufacture, for city retail trade, are nr?
ready for inspection, to which the atUntion of ladies il res- ;
pci'tullj invited. GEO. H0LPlN,3til B-oadway
PARIS MANTILLAS, IN NEW AND ELEGANT DE- |
signs, just received. An early inspcotiou is solicited,
A. KERR A CO., 7<*7 Broadway, three doors below Ninth st.
STRAW BONNETS, Ac.. FOR CASH? JUST RE
leircd:? 10 cases French pattern bonnets; 6 cases super I
Leghorn bonnets; 100 cares straw and tnce bonnats; .V) cases
men's and children's straw balk. Also, douo plain and
fancy white Marabout feathers, which will be sold low. for i
cash, by HOMER A KETCHUM, tHi Jufcn street, corner of i
William.
FURNITURE.
FVRN1TURB -THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOI
' turniture. carpets, oilcloth, feather beds wateiiel
guns, pistols, and instruments of every description. Pel
sons residing in Williams! urg or Brooklyn having furnittrl
I to dispose of won! I do well by addressing postpaid, or ap
! plj iag to, R. WALTERS, No. OA Division street.
F' VRN1TCRE? FURNITURE.? \T THE SPLENDID
winrooui, 707 Broadway a very large and splendid
noortmeEit of eabinet furniture of the best totality, for city
and country trade, counting of rosewood, oak, walnut, ma
hogany lilrnries. *ardroh?g, secretary. bookca-ei". ctogercs,
parlor furniture in suites, covered in French satin broea
? telle or velvet; bedsteads, dressing bureau*, wash t&nds,
I marl le top centre pier taMes, fancy irun tables, cribs, hat
.-tund*. few in g t hairs, rocking chairs, corner etogeres, iron
bedftt ads, patent rocking cradles and others, elegant hall
Mnnd?. rofewood, walnut, oak. ani mahogany; oak, wal ?t*
t, nd mahogany extension dining table*. dining room chau-fl
to match; borne fcr.tr matin mop, and all other kinds; p^li
afsef, feathers and feather beds, bolsters and pillows; also
a general assortment of houtehold furniture, well worthy
of attention. A. 11 McKI NNEV, 7U7 Broadway.
EXVKK** AUK3C1K*.
C1AU1URMA PASSENGERS? ISTHMUS TICKtlS.
J The * v\ scriler, (pioneer of the California express bu*i
n**s.) has arrange d an express to forward passengers anc
baggage over the Isthmus of l'anama. U'ill leave New York,
per steamer N'nrth Star, April f (and each successive trip.)
ar.d will personally attend to the despatch and comfort of
the through pr.stengers, especially ladies and children
serosa the Isthmus. An express mull will tlo?e at 2&, act
ro through in twenty one days, by the new and fast steamers
North Star and Yankee Blade. Otftee, No. M Cortland*
trcet. J. (iKFXORV, California Express Agent. |
Foreign express -edwards. sanford a co.
respectfully announce that tiiey are propared to for- j
?ard expri ss packaires from New York to Liverpool. Londoa '
and all parts of England, Ireland and Scotl.io l twlco a
*i.k: to Ila^ re, Paris. Bremen. Hamburg. Frankfort and
all parts of thu 1 nrooean continent <,nce a w?< k to Mel
bourne, Port Phillip. Sidney and all parts of Australia. V??
lib mans I, and arid New Zealand I y every vessul sailing
I < r ce ?r from England to those places, and to Canton. Hong
Ron* Shanihae, Calentta. Madras. Itom!. ay and other p?rvs
f.ftle Bast Indies and Chin* one* every two weeks. Offlca,
\o. .16 Broadway.
EXT'.tA PAY.
US NA V V EXTRA 1'AY OFFICE ?SAILORS WHO
. between 1>4<S and P.'>3 served IB |k? Colninlms. Cyane,
Erie Ohio. Pale. Shark, It >' i?f. Yandali j Ind.pend
*uce, Levant, t.o?fres?. Dolpiiln. E?.ai, l'reble Snprly.
W arren. Sot.tkanpton, ?(a>s.aclius^tt ? Lexlnrton,
Marys. Portsmouth. St. Lawrence. VineMnos, fralmontb.
Si.xann?h, Com titotion, Fr.doai,!, tb-ir widows or k.lnfc
* ill te paid this extra pay. I y
1 kl'iTARD RIS1RI.L, Agent,
and (late) Pnritr V. S. Navy, 67 Wall strut, b.vitineat.
TBNAHT8' BBfilfTBB.
A NIATIT FURNISHRD HOUSR TO LIT, IN
Blaeekor rtntt, Mvm Broadway u4 Sixth hmm,
eontaiaiag a parlor, diatag room, Ira bedroom* and kitehoo.
Possession at any time, from tba present to tha flrat of Ha v.
Rami moderate to a food Uaui. Addraaa 8. A. C., Harald
MM
Apart or a house to lit? consisting of
front aad teak baaements, front aad back parlora on
first floor, and tbraa bedrooms on third floor: gas aad watar
in tka hoase. Iaqaira of JOHN H. FRANCIS A CO , corner
of Ferrr aad WaMiagton atraata, aocond blook from tba fer
ry, Hobokea.
A FIRST RATE SHOP, WITH AMPLE YARD ROOM
attached, to let or leaae. with steam power, at a low
figar*. Apply immediately to
MR. 8. FORD, >80 Eighth arcane.
A RARE CHANCE FOR AN RNTERPRISINO MAN -
The leaaa of the old aatabllahad hotel corner of Fourth
avenue aad 125th street, with large atablea attached; alto,
the liae of atagea to and from High Bridga for sale. For
particular! inquire on the premises.
Broadway.? to let, two large rooms on
the third floor, together or aeparate. Apply at No. 4)3
Broadway.
A RARE CHANCE.? TO LET, FROM TUE FIRST OF
May. in a new house, occupied by a strictly private
Fronch family, a auite of a. tartmentf, elegantly furnished,
on the first floor, with the privilege of partial or entire
boird. Tbia a rare chance for gentlemen wiiliing the com
frrt? of a home and opportunity to improve their French.
The house baa all the modern improvements, ii aitnateii
in a pleasant neighborhood not far from Union square. Ad
drese D. K. Herald office.
Broadway stores ro let.? that eligible
?tore basement. second and third lofts, corner of Broad
way and Canal streets, the store and dwelling 418k Broad
way; alao, the store and dwelling Nos. 42 and AS Canal
street, east of Broadway; two TVrge rooms, 35x40, and 25x20
feet, froDtiu|t Broadway; the ??ore, dwelling and basement.
No. 150 Chambers street; also, tbe first, second, third and
fourth lolta in house No. 144 Chambers street. Apply 60
P. DICKIE, 144 Chambers street, between 10 and II A. M.,
or at 127 Greene street, before 9 A. M., and after 5 P. M.
BROADWAY.-TO LET? THE DESIRABLE PROPE!t
ty No. fit- Broadway, now occupied an a first elaas r'ur
niturc stow room by Mr. Ponsot; there are four rooms, each
2.kx6(>. Icsldcs basement and fourth stury. with (rood yard;
also, the small store adjoining. Apply to J AMES PRICE,
2(H) Hudson street.
TJIIOADWAY STOKE TO LEA^E ? STORE NO. 7M
D Itroaday. nerr Eighth street 92 f?et in depth, and 19
feet selling*. I ting <ne Ot ti.o finest show ro ??? In Di.i.l
wiiy. M?o tho roc my basement store. sutta'Ief.r a bo-it
n.akt r or -opholeUrir. Also tho neper" floors "f front nd
r< ?r liUdftgs. Ai p'y t- FRANCIS T. GAKKETSON, *
?ttorrcy, JSC., 42 John street.
Broad way. corner op twenty eighth sr.?
To lit. that Ifr.c boarding (Hamilton) house, with forty
lur,-e bedrooms. parlors, large diniiu; room and spacious
kitchen, with raises, ^as and Croton water throughout. A
lcEte ft r six year? will be given if required. Apply to
D. T. KASlON, 17 Wall street.
CIIF.AP RENTS AT 4K? BROADWAY. ? 8PLENDID
rooms anil offices. well lighted, suitable for any busi
ness, bom SOU a year and upwards. Also a d? merreotvpe
roi m. Also, tho lower jart of lions" r.62 Broadway, !' r
business rurp. sc8. Apply to Dr. PO W fcLL, Oculist, 80S
Broadway.
CARPENTER SHOP AND STORE TO LET? THE SHOP
consist* of tl ree stories, with stalls for nine horses ia
tie basiment. Th? store is in front of said <lmp, and
stiitaUe for any business. Inquire on the premis.'s, 118
Woostcr street.
Dwellings ov Broadway to let? between
Forty seventh and Forty-eighth streets. Three new
three story houses, with baths, gas, ranges, Ac. Thone
houses, to avoid the noise and dust, ure bnilt back .'ro u the
street. The grounds in front, over one hundred feet squire,
are to be laid out and highly ornamented, and to be used in
common 1 y the tenants as a park. Stages rnn from South
lerrv to Forty ninth street. Inquire at 155 Thompson
Itrect. or of G. S. ROE, 19 Merchants' Exchange.
] Factory to j,ease or for balk? brick
building, Mi by 50 feet, two stories, unfailing water
power, "twenty -five acres of land, and outhuildingi;jiituatcd
at Monroe Works ninety ruinates from this oity, a f P* vara*
*rom tbe railroad depot, ?loods can be sent by railroad East
West. North or Sonth Dr. M. PRICE MOORfc, 77 Warm
itreet.
FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET.? A THREE STORY
brown stone house, neatly furnished, in the vicinity
o Madison square, to let, from let of May to 1st of Novum
her next. Inquire at No. 12 Waverlcy place.
Handsomely furnished house to let? or
snitcs of rooms, together or separate, with or without
board, with bathroom, pas. Ac. Apply at 8S West Twenty
seventh street, Sixth avenue, one blouk from Broadway.
House and furniture to let.? house no. 93
Las* Sixteenth street, fronting Stuyvesant square,
containing all modern improvements: furnace, hot ana coll
water bath, water closets, speaking tnbos. Ac. Possession
given on tbe first of May. Inquire at the office of the Atlan
tic and Pacific Railroad, 229 Broadway, of A. CLAKK.
House to let-to a small family; part
of No. 75 East Thirty-first street, between Fourth and
Lexington avenues. In juire on the premises.
House to let.por a term of ?ye.\rs and
lurniture for sale. ? The house is nearly new, brown
stone front, three rtories and high basement, 50 foet deep,
and linished in the latest modern style, and the convenient
of bath, hot and cold water, and gas, with rich gas fixtures,
which will be rented with the house. The furniture is of
good quality, and hae only been used a few months. Loca
tion one of the best in South Brooklyn. Possession given
immediately if required. Address, or apply to, A. VAN
VALKENBURGU a CO., 1&2 Pearl ?tre?t, N. Y.
OFFICE TOLET.-TIIE LARGE FRONT OFFICE OF
double (tore No. 15 John street, in the second loft,
very desirable for any kind of importing business, wonl i be
let i'or OLe or t? o years. Apply to JULIUS F. MuNTAG,
1"> John ftn t t, up s 1 1- : i s
OFFICES AND LOl'TS TO LET? IN THE NEW
buiiiing t l Nassau street. opposite Dr. Townsend's of
fice, the third, fourth slid fifth noLrB; also, several offices,
well lighted, suitable f. r importers or lL;ht mechanical '>usi
n< ss. Inquire ol EL'UI NE FEltltIS, 02 Nastau street.
OFFICES ro LIST? TWO LARGE OFFICES, A1 KY
and well lii'l.ted, ot the ivcona floor, No. 53 Broadway,
now occupied bj the Associuti n fur 'he Exhibition of tut
IiidBctrjofAllVatlr.ni' w til calculated for uu insurance
company nr a banking bouse. Will be rented for one ni
more jcart. Fur t^-mi1, Ac.. fclply to WM. O'URIEN. SP
Wall ?ttert.
OFFICES. AC.? TO I.ET, TIIE FtONT OFFICE O.N
tecond floor of the building 126 Naiaan street. R>;ut
t229. Also, front room on third floor of 12-i. Rent $180
Euch ro. m bp? three windows, affording tino linht. Pouai
fi'.n at any time. Keys in back room, third floor. Apply
to JAKES PRICE, 200 Hudson street.
ONE BROADWAY OFFICE, WITH GOOD NORTH
lif'.jts in a corner building, for 9130 per annum: :i'?o
in e ofiii e with fonr window* for $.25 per Annum. Apply to
GLO. P FOX, 300 Broadway.
PART OF A HOUSE TO LET? SUITABLE FOR A
small and respectable .family. The whole second ti or
and hack parlor on the first, with ose of bath room. at
117 Seventh street. Dejatur place. Address box 1,017 Post
Olt.ce, cron ti e premises.
PART OF A FASHIONABLE HOUSE TO LET-CON
sisting of front and back basemeuti, front and hack par
lirson brit floor, and three bedrooms on third floor; pas
and water in the house. Inquire of JOHN M. FRANCIS A
CO.. corner of Ferry and Washington street, second block
from the lerry. IIo .oten.
PART OF A GENTEEL THREE STOllT HOUSE IN
South Brooklyn, five minutes walk from Hamilton
avenue ferry, to a small family, comprising front basement
and front half of second and third stnriee. Gas in the house.
Rent $250. Immediate possession given. Apply at No. 27
Woodhull street.
Rooms to let - a front and back parlor,
unfurnished, with bedrooms adjoining, will be let to a
su. all family without children; location good for a milliner I
or dreFStnaker, den tie t or physician ; they will be let fur any :
purpose not inconvenient to the other occupant* of the house.
Apply at 130 Canal street. . I
Rooms with steam power to let-suitable
for all kinds of manufacturing purposes, in the six five
story buildings 211, 213. and 215 Centre street, and 137. 1.19,
and 141 Elm street, between Howard and Qrand streets.
The rooms vary in size from 25x25 to 133x25 feet. The rooms
are well lighted and furnished with Croton water, water
closets and gae pipe*. Apply to
W. A. ALLEN, on the premises.
STORE AND BASEMENT TO LET-NO. 4 MURRAY
street, near Broadway, 25 by 75 feet, with gas and Croton
water Jntroduoed? a very desirable place. Apply to Mr.
PhyfC No. 3 Murray street, or to Mr. Thome, 1^ Fulton
street, Herald Builulngs.
STORE TO LET-NO. MS SIXTH AVENUE, OPPO
site the Crjstal Palace, suitable lor an eating house or
confectionary store. It ha* cooking apparatus suitable for
either nf the above kinds of business. Inquire of CHARLES
CHILD, on the premises.
Stores to lit? the five story store, no. 242
Front street, four doors above Pe. k slip, (now building.)
to be finished on or before the first of May. Apply at 2/0
Broadway.
ST?.AM POWER to LET? FROM O.NE TO TWO HOR E
power, on ir.v,i.d floor. Inquire at "the Marble Mills,
Broadway and Thirty -fifth s'rect.
JOSEPH OATWELL A SON.
QTORES TO Lr.T.? THE FIRST STORY AND SALOON
M of the fonr story store > orner of Twenty first utreet and
Brondv ay: also, the tt< re adjoining will be let low. Apply
to J. CRAM, 60 Union square.
TO LET-STORE N'O. ? BEEKMAN STREET, <? 1TB
or without basement. Store ?nd basement aro each iH
>?? ifer. well lighted, front, rear and side. Inquiro oi
JAMES CONNER A SONS, 19 Beekman street
TO IET-IN WILLI \MSBURQ. FACTORY ROOM.
1H) feet long by 20 feet wide; all on one floor. Imiui.-e on
tfce premises, in North Ninth street, between Fifth and
Sixth (treet*.
TO LET? A MAGNIFICENT FIVE STORY BROWN
stone houae. No. 106 East Twenty-first street, nnirly
opposite Gramercy park, An ahed elegantly, with all the
lateet improvement*, g&i, bath*, furnace, ventilators,
?peaking tubes, calls, air chamber, marble hall*, kev of
park. Ac. A private stable will be built in July, eutere] on
Twonty second street. Kent $2300. Apply to T. B. VOOR
HEES, 36 East Twoatleth street, after 3 P. M.
TO LET-THE HOUSE AND STORE NO. 2H0 EIGHTH
avenue; house first class, with gas. Croton water, .to.,
complete; will be leased to a good tenant, and the store
fitted up to init. The furniture for sale. Inquire ol JA3.
F. CHAMBERLAIN, 11 WaH street, (basement,) or on the
premisee.
TO LET-IN WILLIAMSBURG, TO A SMALL RE
sptctable family one half of a well furnished two story
brick house. 3ti2 South Third street, tea minutes walk from
the Mtries. Apply as above.
TO i,ET? THE TWO STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT
home 17"* East Twenty third street, on the railroad,
having all the modern improvement*, to let, completely
furnished, tie occupant g. in,t abroad, from May 1 until
November 1, 1W>. Inquire on the premise!, or at 98 Liber
ty street, up stair*.
TO 1 ET? TWO NEW TIIRKE STORY BRICK HOUSES,
with stores and stables, situated on Third avennn and
104th street, and furnlehed with all the modern Improva
inentK. inquire of S. B. McGOWN, Third avenue and liHtb
street.
TO LT.T- FOR ONE YEAR. TO A PRIVATE FAMILY
cnly. a now lour story house. with walls pdnte I in
fresco, and eletantiy Inmished. Rent $t,u00. Apply to A.
CARLOZO, !4 W all street.
TO I I T- THE LARGE DOUBLE HOI'SE NO 54
W alker str.it, a few doors west from llroadway. Will
I e piit In complete erdi r, and leased to an upprovod tonaut.
Has hath, gas. rungc and copper boiler, <to. Apply to
A. KURSHEEDT, l iO Pearl *tree>.
rro LET-THE SECOND, TniRD AND FOURTH
1 floors of tl.e live story bnilillng 25 feot hy 74, 130 Fulton
street, between llroadway and Nassau street. Would be
frond an excellent location for a Tglit Importing or Jobbing
lutlncis. Apply to JONES A CAIN, 13V Fulton street.
T1EW A JUTS' UOUTER.
TO LET? FIVE VERY BEADTirVL HOUSE!* (THREE
loti to each,) at Harlem; each house bit front and back
kitchen, two parlon, and tive bedrooms, at tbe verv low
rant of fcOO. to a good family; alio on* very pnttiwltM
house and stable on 125th street, with eight loti ofrround
Rent *i50. Inquire of M. SHAW, No a ExatTbir?,fl?t
street.
TO I.ET-A THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE^ IS SODTH
Brooklyn, on the north'side of Ninth street, between
See-end and Third auenues. containing eleven room*, and tin
Irhed in tbe Lett style, with marble mantels, slidinit doors,
and ornaments, in. Rant only H7flto a genteel family. In
quire on tbe premises, or of J AMES BARBER, 2.JU M'ashin ?
ton street, New Yerk. _ _
TO LET? THE CENTEEL DWELLING HOU3E NO. 153
Chambers strict, in fair order, and will be rente'! mo
derately to a responsible tenant; alro, dwelling buuse No.
Ml Hudson rtreet, and rtore No. 197 < anal street. Apply t j
JAMES I>RICE, Hudson street.
TO LET? THE ENTIRE NEW THREE STORY BRICK
building (11 Dean ttn et. about ten miuutes walk f. <m
tie Mall street and Sout!. ferries, Brooklyn, furnished
ti rongbout \rith gas. Rent SIM). Apply to WILLIAM U.
K NOEPFEL, and 101 William street.
TO LET? THE SECOND FLOOR OF THE TnRF.E
storyLov.se No. 183 Variik street, consisting ol three
rooms anil two pantries, to a Final genteel American family.
To he seen froiu to 5 P. M. Apply at 900 Spring street or
109 Washington street.
TO LET? ON EIGHTY SIXTH STREET, NORTH SIDE,
between Fourth and Fifth avennes. one of the row of
handsome new three story bouses, with Croton water, Ad.
The street is one hundred Tcet wide, and location desirable.
Ki ut fSUK Appjy to SILLICK A OS110RN, Ki{hly-iixth
stre>t, between Third and Fourth avenues , or at 1M VV'avur
ley place.
TO LET-THE WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHED Li
quor store No. 121 aveuuo D, doing a large an 1 res
pectable business, wbolcrrl and retail, will bo leasi-d for a
term of years, in conieiui nee of the long and tedious ill
ness of the owner. Inquire of JOHN ATTRIDGE. Ml
Fourth street, at the otbco; hours from 8 A. H. until 1 P. M.
TO LET-A FINE THREE STORY HIC.n BASEMENT
and attic honsc. I? intone of that block running from
Greenwich avenue to Factory street in Warren place, late
Charles street, with all the modern improvements. Hjusd
pi t in complete order on or beloro the flret of May.
rrc LET? AT FOKDnAM. A HANDSOME COTTAGE.
J with abowt two acr?s of ??---??. "?'?rod wikli fruit
tree in varli tv; also a ls?,t? ?r?nito ?t?no h??.?, .mi nvf
mi r 1 re of ground; t.t respectable tenants. Iuquire ou the
pret irti, or of Mr. K. McMAHON, (<2 Division street.
TO LET? SECOND FLOOR OF THE SMALL THREE
story house No ^2 (irove street, eons sting of three
rcon.?. with privilege in bath room, Lack bosoment and ?ul>
eellar; ga>. included. Said houi-'o is pleasantly situated, ono
block from meccker ftroct, and also from Sixth avenue; ac
ccs.-ible both ly stages and cars Rent $200. A family of
not more than three peisons may apply as above. Can 1 e
seen between the hours of 10 and 12, and 2 and 4.
TO 'LET? THE STORE. OR PART OF IT, NO. (512
Breadwuy. corner of Houston street; there is a three
y< are' litre fr< m th? 1st Of V ay, which could ho bought if ro
quircd. Apply ou the premises.
TO LET ? THE SECOND STORY OF A HOUSE IN
the Eolith ward, to a quiet respectable family of two
persons only. For further part cnlars inquire at 161 Mer
cer street.
TO LET? ABOUT EIGHTEEN ROOMS. SEPARATE;
a I edroom to each sitting rontn; front $10, and roar $%
per month, in a good house, 4.>0 tireenwioh street; alio, t'io
rooms aud bedrooms of l;7 North Moore street, nnar Wost
streit Apply to THOMAS GIBBONS, agent, 404 Green
wich street.
TO LET? ON CASTLETON HILL, STATEN ISLAND,
a cottage, with about four acres of grouud, and a baru,
, with sial ic attached, if desired. There aro seven foom- In
the lioU:e, Leslies kitchcn and attic. It is a very healthy
location, with a beautiful river and inland view; there are
I eevtral fruit trees, tine well of water, and cistern >n the
I premises. For further particulars apply to JOSE MAN ZA
! NLllO, 1?8 Front it.-eet.
I^O LET? A LARGE NEW FIRST CL \SS HOUSE, FIN'
ishid lin the best manner in a good location, in Wil
liamsburg. Rent $<500. Inquire of THOS. ROI1SON, roal
estate agent. Fourth street, between South Tenth street and
Division avenue, Williamsburg, or of L. T. VOIQT, 252
Broadway, New York.
TO LET-IN ASTORIA. L. I., AN OLD ESTABLISH
cd harness store. Also, second story floor, containing
front and rear parlors and two bedrooms. Location not
excelled In the village. Possession 1st of May. Apply to
ALEX. DAGLIESH, on the premises, Fulton street.
TO LET? TO A SMALL, GENTEEL FAMILY, THE
lower part of a house in Classon avenue, Brooklyn, two
dc.ors from Flushing avenue. Stages every five minutes.
There are on the first floor two large parlors and kitchen,
cellar. Ac., and one large bedroom up stairs. Attached is
a large garden, 200 feet bv 50, stocked with the choicest de
scription of fruit. KentSlgO. Anily to JAS. E. PHELP?,
825 Fourth street, or on tbe premises.
TO LET-A HANDSOME THREE STORY HOUSE IN
Sixteenth ward (Chelsea), with the furniture. The house
has the modern improvements. The rent, inclndin.' furni
ture, would be about $1,000. Inquire of J. DENHaM, Eighth
avenue, corncr of Sixteenth street.
TO LET? A LIGHT ROOM, SUITABLE FOR AN
artist; alto, a basement and dwelling.
| ABLE S. SMITH, 295 Bowery.
TO LET? IN SECOND STREET, THE SECOND STORY
of a pleasantly situated house, consisting of two parlors
; and three small rooms, to a gentleman and bis wile only.
1 Address B. H., Herald office.
TO LET-THE LARGE HOUSE NO 6 AMITY PLACE,
suitable for a large hoarding house; would be let cheap.
Also, a fine corncr building on Fourth avenue; the rtore
y onld be let separate, or the whole let to ono, sui> able tor a
Urge but inci e. Also, a three itory brick house InTnirty
eightli street near eighth avenue; rett $450. Apply at tue
cuter cf Eighth avinne und Sixteenth street.
J. DENn AM.
TO LET-A FRONT AND BACK PARLOR ON THE
first floor, a l ack I asoment, bedroom and closets, in tlie
tv 0 story t rick house. 12 Oak street, to a genteel family;
n ore rocin if required. Croton on the premises.
TO LET ? 1 11E DESIRABLE STORE CORNER OK AL
ltn hnd lirund streets. Hsa been used as a ilry good*
t tore fir the last ten ycarh It has thirty-eight feot front,
311 (i is the heft location in the city. App'y 10 J- " MUOltfi,
?Jist (Jrsud street
TO LET? A DESIRABLE DWELLING HOUSE AT
Upper Morri??i.iu, containing soven romnt with c i>ut
mi at re ot pr<>uud nm! stable attached. It ia eligibly sit in t
ed. and has just bften thoroughly painted. R>nt$'iV.). Also
ti e upper pait of a brick atore, oppoaite the Fordham depot,
to let. Apply to BERRIAN A BANKS, IS Naaaau street,
from 11 to b o'clock.
TO LET? FURNISHED, ONE HALF OF A MODERN
built house with pas, bath and every convenience for
a email family. No children in the house; family small.
Inquire on the premises. No. 9 St. George's place, E ist
Thirteenth street, near Second avenue. Poeaoeaioa 1st of
May.
TO LET? POSSESSION IMMEDIATELY, AN EXCEL
lent law office, or suitable for other purooses, on second
fioor of 1!' licekman street, near Nasaau atreet, with lar<e
closet attached, Kent J150. Apply to A. LIVINGSTON
52 John itreot.
TO LET ON STATIN ISLAND-PART OF A COTTAGE,
the aecond floor of three rooma, a basement and an
attic room, to a quiet family. Rent $100. Apply t) GEO.
C. UOIT. on Canal atreet, in Staplcton,
TO LET OR LEASE- BROADWAY STORES, LOFTS,
offices, and basement salesrooms. N.B. ? If you want ,
a location on Broadway apply to GEO. P. FOX, No. 306
Broadway, tint, and if lie cannot anpply your wants infor
mation of other property to let in tbe neighborhood will be j
cheerfully given.
TO LET? TO A SHALL GENTEEL FAMILY, THE
first floor and front basement, with more apart
ments if required, of honse 1st; Madiaon atreet. Alao two or
tl.ree floor* to let. For particulars apply on the premlso*,
or at 148 Division street, from 2 until 4 o'clock. Possession
on tint of May.
nLET OR A THREE YEARS LEASE FOR SALE?
f the f lore and dwelling No. 2W Pearl street; favorably
located for a hotel or reataurant. Apply on the premWea.
E. GODFREY k SONS.
TO I.ET? ONE OF THE ROW OF BRICK HOUSES ON
Seventy third atreet, between the Third and Fourth
avenues. I he building is of modern style, two stories, attic
ai.d observatory, a good basement, and replete with all the
modern iiupro vamente; a fine lot of ground adjoiaing, suit
al le for a flower or vegetable garden. For further partiuu
lar in.joiro on the premises, or. of McSPEDEN A BAKER,
26 Ptot ?tie<t.
TO LET- WITH STEAM POWER. ROOMS W BY 100
feet, in the new building corner of Broome and Mercer
atreet*, with from two to four hor-e power on each floor.
W ell li/hted, heated by staani, aud in every way well adapt
ed for manufacturing purpose*. Apply to W M. GALE, on
tie premise*.
TO LET? TO A RESPECTABLE FAMILY OF GROWN
peraona. half of a bouse in Twenty-seventh street, near
1 ourth avenuo. Cars loave to and from the City liall cvory
ten minutes; Croton water and ga> fixtures all through the
bocte; baths, water eloset, Ac.; fruit and flour gar ie.i?;
ho an.il} in the house bm the owner, and he ia a single
nn.n. Rent &W. Apply to J. LYONS, at hi* ofllco. No. 9
Cham! era street, from 12 to 4 o'clock, Beit reference re
quired.
rru LET? IN BROOKLYN. ABOUT THREE MINUTES
L v.alk fri m tl.e South ferry, the second floor and back
ban in < nt of house 313 Hieka street, between Amity and
Cot.griea streets. To a family desiring a genteel honso, with
mc iitn improvements, this offera an excellent opportunity.
Can le seen between 2 and 6 o'clock P. M.
TO LET CnEAP? CI1 Y AND COUNTRY RESIDENCES. I
'ilrec story brick, Thirty eighth atreet, near Sixth
a.tcue; Thirty sixth street, near Third avenue; Fii'iy
tl ird itrett. near Fifth avenue ; Fiftieth street. near Broad
way : h< Ufo and twenty acres, river road, New Koebelle.
AnH to MACI aRLANE * MERRITT. 419 Third avenue.
TO LET. FOR WORKSHOrS-FOlTR FLOORS, 30 BY
Itf., in tbe new building on rear of lot 16 Stanton atreet,
roar ti e Bowery. For particulars inquire at 179 Eldridge |
atreet, or on the premises.
TO I.FT ON CLINTON AVENUE, BROOKLYN? TO A
small family, a neat house, with or without stable, one
or two l< ts. furnace, gas, water, Ac., in the house, and fine
fruit tri es and shrubbery in the garden. Apply to H.SAK
i; E AVI , No. 3 Jauncy court, Wall street, from 1 to 2 P. M.
TO LET? THE STORE 1.088 BROADWAY; ALSO, TO
let i r for sale, two beautiful country residences, near
the liucsnn river, in 152d atreet. The houses are Why 4J
feet, with most improved fixtures for first class families.
Also fi r aale, some.' >00 beautiful building lot*. Inquire of
K. F. CARMAN, 050 Broadway.
TO LET? THE STORE NO. 6 ERIE BUILDINGS. IN
<iuirc in the baacment.
rr.O LET? TBE STORE 304 BROADWAY, CORNER OF j
J. Iinane street; alao, three large lofta, suitable for a Da- |
cvet rean gallery; also a auuibe. of good office*, well lighted. ,
Ini.tire of E BLOOMER, S" Broadway.
TO LET? THE STORE AND DWELLING HOUSE NO. j
2.0 Hudson atroet, In a good location, and suitable for
a most any business. Alio atoro, Ac., r.fj Canal street.
Apply to JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street.
TO LET? THE FOUR STORY BROWN STONE FRONT
house and store No. 3'Jl Fourth aientte. Rout $1.IKH,
r.nd water tax. Has all the modern improvement*. Dwel
ling part will be let separate for StUH), store Mini. Apply ou
U e premise!.
TO LET-HOUSES IN VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN TllE
city and country; also offices, rootm and do?U room;
also houaea, lot* and farms for sale. Apply tj It. D. GOOD
WIN, real estate agent and general auctioneer. Furniture
sales nttcr. ded in any part of the city. OlQce, 73 E**? Four
teenth street.
rjj'O I ET ? IN BROOKLYN. NEAR II\ MILTON KERRY,
X in one of tbe pleasanteat locations, two large rooms and
ore small, ?iih pantries, in a new three ?tory hou*e.
None Int single gentlemen of reapeutability need appl^r, on
the premises. t>3 ( arroll ^tre^t, one door from Hick*. Term*
very mcdirai* for |?rmancnt tenant*.
TENANTS' REGISTER
ri O I FT AT STATES' ISI.AN D? THE DWEI.I.INU
i house and seven acres of land nits ttc at the )o ncti.iu of
1 1 ? Old Town and Richmond plank road, two mile* from
Yandirbilti. lacdiug. The house is la-gc, new, and finished
it. the I fit manner, and commands a beaatiful ?ii* of thy
1. wr r bay and Sandy Hook, and alio one of the ?n?*^ iVana
views on the Ulan). The grounds are in rood order. and
?locked with the rhoiceft fruit trees; upon tSe premixs are
a large coackhonse, stable, with all the neeesaary outbuild
ings. Inquire of JAMES M. McLKAN. 97 Wall stroct, Now
York. -
TO LET OR LEASE? THREE STORES IV THE
new building* corner of i'onrteenth street an 1 avenue
B. The corner is a valuable stand for a grocery or dm*
store. Inquire on the pre mU< a.
q o LET.? A FOUR 8TORV AND BASEMENT BRICK.
X boose, No. 1??>9 Went Twenty fourth atr??t. between
? ?Tenth and Kighth avenue*; hat all the mod ?rn i'aprove
r eut.-, good under ellar, Ac , yard, hot air through the
I ou?e; will be put In Br*t -ate order. Poases*ion on 7lr?t of
11*& 8 p'^S ?f S' C MALLAV- No 3 f awan street, from
rro IET IN HOBOKEN? TWO OF A ROW OF SIX
1 first clas* three story and haaamont brick hnnacs, fifty
f< ft deep, finished in a very superior and Usteful manner,
with inlde llinila, marble mantels, and gaa throughout. for
ft nteel and conjmotUona private reaidencea. In uire on the
pttsitul, ISloomtlcld atreet. at -be upper house on the Moek
alrvc i'is'h slrerl. ninth hours above the eorner or . ddreas
F. SMITH 13 l.ai?;ht atre??. New Y*rk
TO LEASE, AT LOW PRICES. FOR MECHANICS,
shops ana dwellings? A number of lota on Toirty- ninth
and Ftrtieth streets, between Fifth and Sixth avennes.
Apply at JAKES M. LATHAM'S mechanic ahop, on th?
prt mites.
TO IET? THE FOrRTIT, FIFTn ANB SIXTH FLOORS
of louse No. 113 Nas?an street, the rear fronting on
Tin atre alley, 2J by 100 feet; tl.o alxth floor liaa three l"rge
window* in the roof; the centre of the other two fl-wra -vill
be lighted from the roof; the lofts will be divided or altered
to suit tenants. Inquire of If. J. GILHOOLY, 78 Nai-au st.
TO LET NEAR BROADWAY-THE SECOND STORl
and front baaoment oi' house 433 Broome fir et, tw*
do< re from Broadway, suitable for a fashionable 1 u^inesa M
a pi ysiciau. Gas and hot and cold water thron -bout til
bouse. Apply to Madame ROULL1ER AUGIER / j liioadl
w ay. *
TO LET? TIIK SECOND, THIRD AND 1'OURTff
floors of 149 Fulton struet, near Broadway; s i table foe
otlici * ? r any licit mechanical business. v.uly tj W.
.no. bAiid street.
T? ?AR0K "WLDIKO, REAR OF 63, ff .
X i,Bd l>7 C> ntre street, near Pearl; ia fitted op with ateatui
er giro and fixtures tor a foundry; suitable for any manufac
turing or mechanical business, (laving well li jbtil roema oB
No. 8 An u stree t . * ' 08 h* foct- Apply tu w. COLE,
TO LET? TO A SMALL FAMILY, WITHOUT CniL
dren, apartments on the second story con"?iuirg two
large commodiom rooms, with fireplaces. I.ocati ot between
Proudwuy and Bowery, in the centre of tbo city. Apply to
F- HART, 13 Clyinbsrs strejt.
TO LF.T-T1IE rPPER PART OF nOCSE NO. CO EAST
Thiriy Trtt itreet, between Lexington and Fourth t.ve
rue?. to a fnmily of not uior.-> than two pers.ms. App'y at
2(i Stanton street, corner of Christie. Kefereuoc re |inrod.
TO I.i:T ? THE STORE NO. 04% FULTON STREET.
PoFse.-sion given immediately. Apply to O. JEN
NINGS, 94 Fulton street.
TO LET AT NEW BRIGHTON, S. I.-TO A SMALL
family, part of a new I \ ?imato on elevated ground,
in York avenue, three mlr.ntc-i walk from the lnn Mng, oou
tirting of four pleasant n-imi, balcony, pantries, pump,
closet and flak, with otl ii- conveniences. The site com
mands beautiful views, and a line air at all times. Aprdy at
the builder's shop, corner el Richmond terruce and Jersey
(treet, New Brighton.
mO I IT CHEAP? THOSE TWO SUPERIOR BROWN'
X stone front stores Noa. 1W and ItiU Ninth avenue, be
twetn Twcnt.v-#r?t and Tw nty-socond streets; wull calcn
lated for any kind of bn^iuess. Also to lot, to one person,
tint ..upcrior tve atory, gcntool tenement house. HI We?t
Twentieth i-tr^ Bear Sixth avenue. Enquire at Nn. 9 Weat
Twenty-first st^?t, before 9 A. M., or after 6 o'clock ia
tveniug.
TO I.F.T IN BROOKLYN? THE THREE STOHY AND
hascment hriok dwelling house No. 82 Ada.ua street;
finished with mahogany doors, marble mantels, ga-. ,tc., and
within eizbt minutes walk of the Fnlton and Catharine
ferries. 1'osseislon glveu immediately. Rent moderate.
Inquire of D. & M. CIlAUNCEY, 12 and MLlvlagston street,
TO LET IN BROOKLYN? TO A SMALL GENTEEL
fnmily. part of a first claia house. Apply on tho pre*
miees, 2^2 State street.
TO LF.T IN BROOKLYN? A SMALL, HANDSOMELY
| furnished house, replete with every convenience, for
throe or four months from 24th lust., with use of plate, linen,
Ac., Ac. Rent moderate. Apply at box 3,150 PoBt Office.
TO LET OR LEASE-THE LARGE AND ELEGANT
basemcut, corncr of Broadway and Prince streot. west
aide. .No better location in Broadway for a lir?t rate res
taurant er other business. Will be fitted np If desired.
Call on the premises.
TO LET OR LEASE? A BROWN STONE HOUSE AND
stable on Bedford r.\enue. corncr of Wilson street,
Brooklyn, near Williamburg, about,fonr minutes walk from
Pick flip ferry . gaa and water in the home. Inquire next
dtor, or at 106 Bowery, of GEO. 6. JEFiERIES.
TO 1ET OR L1ASE? A FINE STORE AND DWELL
ing on Sixth avenue, near Twenty eighth streot. The
store, w ith first rate fixtures, will be let separately or to
gether; has fine > ard, and Cruton water on each floor. Ap
ply to A. C. LOOM1S, 1,12b Broadway, near Thirty-fourth
street.
TO LET OR LEASE. CIIEAP-WHOLE BASEMENT,
room for a small family, llot place in liroad.tay toe a
talocn, rests irnut, trunk*, fruit, boots, uph siery, intelli
t ci ce, &c. 'i'lio perron that wanted it tor lutelli . o will
please cull ifnots itel. DR. G R. DEAN, Nt 4<Canal
i tret t. Also, two lots on l.exln.ton avenue, fors^le cheap,
The upper partofhouse no 170 elm street,
consisting of three rooms and a closet over the b ill m
tie second floor, and a bedroom in the attic, ti> let. Apply
on tho premises.
TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS--' TIIE VALUA
He plot of itround eorucr of Grand and \ ir k *Vcots,
und within tlilrty-flve fi-ct of Canal Ftr'iet; ti'O" . 7 "'t :i
inches, by 101 fert in depth, together wiih tho su'i> t*ntlal
I riok blRoing thereon. Apply at 157 Broadway. - otnl4.
second
BY
A
rpo LEASE? A LARGE BOARDING HOUSE IN
X IIuriF'n street. a short distance from the liudj >n Hirer
Hailroad depot. Inquire i>t 16 Hudson street.
TO rilTSICIANS, DENTISTS, AC.? A FINE OFFICE
to let, level with the street. largo pantries attached,
very light, and furnished if desired. Lease for two or nutre
Tears, around Union square. One or more rooms may ike
had iu the tame house, 59 East Fourteenth street, oorner ?f
Fourth avenue.
TO MILLINERS, MANTUA MAKERS, CLUBS, On
other light buriness. ? To lease, the whole of the second
floor SOfeetfront, and(one room back, with other rooms abort
if required, neatly and comfortably famished; water and
gas throughout. Very desirublo for either the above, round
Union square. Apply ath7 Nassau street, room No. 0.
TO BUTCHERS. ? TO LEASE, A FIRST CLASS STALL,
?with elegant fixtures, on Sixth avenue, (G04), between
Thirty -fifth and Thirty-sixth streets. Also, upper put of
house to Ut. A choice location to build up a business. Ap
ply to R. G. PIERCE, Fine street, torserof Broadway, un
der Metropolitan Bank.
TO LEASE? TnE SPACIOUS AND ILEGAN T STORE
No. 20 Bcekman street, running through INfi feet ind
fronting on Sprace street, with the basement, sub-eelhr,
A( . ; is new finishing in the best manner, and will lie ready
for ooeupation about the lAtbinit.; or the above will be 4{
vided into two stores, Ac., mailing the one on Beekmaa
street eighty five feet deep, and that on Sprnce street o?e
hundred feet deep. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 300 Hudson St.
TWO PARLORS ON THE FIRST FLOOR, WITH ALL
the modern improvements, to let ? at present occupied
by two physicians: If desired looking privileges, with as*
of a good servant, may be bad. Location very dosirable,
family private, no children, best of references given and re
quired. Also, two furnished bedrooms: rent in advano*.
Apply at 90 Fourth avenue.
WHARF LOTS ? TO LEASE. FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
lots on Thirty-ninth, Fortieth, Forty-first, Forty
North river. Apply to CHA3. E. APPLE
ay, over Metropolitan Bank.
THE TRADES, AC.
FOREMAN W AN TE I>? WHO 19 EVERYWAY
competent to take entire charge of a paper hanging
manufactory. A permanent and lucrative situation may b*
obtained by applying, personally or by letter, to
THOS. FAYE A CO., 3W Broadway.
DIE SINKER WANTED-MUST BE A SUPERIOR
workmen. None other need apply to
ARTHUR, JAHNK A CO., 18 Beekman street.
PLUMBERS.? IT IS PARTICULARLY REQUESTED
that all plumbers take notice, that there i* now exist
ing in Chii ago a strike for wage*. No more men required
there at present. PLUMBUM.
PLASTERERS? 300 WANTED, TO ATTEND A MASS
?meting of the trade, on Tuesday evening, April II, at
Spring Street Hall, between Sullivan and Thompjou streets,
to hear the rules and objects of the United Op- rat ve Plas
terers of New York Trade Socie-ty read and explained, after
which an address w ill be delivered by a Journeyman plaster
er. Subject? "The nec essity and advantage* of a Trade Sool
cty, in conncetlon with th* organisation of labor." Working
men are carnettly requested to att*nd, to |h*ar and Jndg*
or themselves. The trade demand* that *v*ry plasterer
tbonld at this time do his dnty. Remember, ''United we
itand." On behalf of the society,
Mb, DANIEL WALFORD, President.
Thosja* H*ni?m??t, Secretary. . ....
Admission frr*. Door* open at 7 o'elook, chsir IkW at 8.
Reserved *eat* for reporters.
STERIOTYPE FINISHERS WANTED? ALSO TWO
boys who have some knowledge of stereotyping, to learn
the trade. Apply to Vincent bill, rtrreotypd founder,
Nos. Wand 31 Beekman stroct, Conner's Bulluing.
Watchmaker wanted.-a good workman, of
rtcsrfy I. at its, wonld find an excellent litnation in
one of the healthier* cities South, by application 'by letter,
port pr.id, to Key. box 46 Augusta Post Office, Georgia. An
American preferred. Salary. $1,000.
WANTED? A FIRST RATE CUTTER, TO GO WEST
? r.d take the head of a lar<c tailoring and clothing e?
tal lisl.nu 1. 1 One who is thoroughly the masturnf his busi
res^cau bear of a pleasant and lucrative litnation by ap
pl]ing to W. T. Jennings A Co., 231 Broadway.
WANTED? TWELVE GOOD PLASTERERB. NONE
need apply but good hands, and suoh as ean eornish a
hard Imirh. Good wages riven. Apply at 1*) W*st Twenty
eighth street to Charles Donnelly.
CLOTHIHG,^.^^
PAST OFF CLOTniNO -$2,(*? WORTH WANTED,
t The highest cash price will b* liberally^ ven nc?T?at
money, for l.rgo or Small lot* of g*?* ' ?(
every UeseriptiV.u, Addre** through post, *att on JAMS
MOKON F.V. fit hi* second-hand *tor*, N*. 11 Orang* street,
near Chatbsm.
/"t a vt nvp CI OTH1NG.? THE HIGHEST PRICE WILL
riA^T Ln for ladle.' and gentlemen's loft off oUthins of
yj beglv*^orla?ie* *??? or call on /. O
avenue** Ladles attiiide'd by Mrs. Myers
?,?D BOYS' CLOTHING? AT WHOLESALE
and ?t?il. by J. VANDERBILT, 81 Fulton street
j.r Sf (Hid street. The assortment is larg*, nnd we t
"XJ nn- a'so a f*sbion*blc assortment of goods, which will
f??(fde tS ord.r in a *tyl. that cannot be surpas*ed. Your
patronage is r.s^.W^"'^
, No. 81 Fnlton street.
the tub*.
TTNIOn' COURSE, LONG ISLAND -TROTTING-OV
U 'fuesd.y, April 11, at half past 2 o'clook P. M ? A purse
of leo? Mile bean ? Belt thre* in fiv* In harness ? H. Wood
rnff er.ters b. g. Limber Jim: B. Tnttle ent'rs b. g. Slippery
Jim: B riter enters b. m. Belle of Bn.hwick, Stage* will
ljav* th* Willl&miburg ferries for the Conrs* every ho*r.
John I. 8NEDIKER, Proprietor.

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