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Ato Fourth kkkBNk rkfi Ilea** ???>< klk? an* i?,W.-4 ??)?*, piktkk IN tgoal mutt im 4 A >t I'.j.j All, kil(kl*rbHl |kol I I>1 MOITE 17 Apvk** atrial $2 Tlur*; $2.5oo.-r".r. ?tot brt *Dd -a ?lu In kiitoi. Urocllyi L * rl)ul in I IT?s Neighboring to s ra*u Kigriiia uoirv DE MO TO 17 $07 r. ? FOR "All A 1 A II Br MM I l it' O I ?/. Itkl *4 Dig Ihk pa?t tbPkk JTkk' k kk4 n-w In .?? ??( I I rill II 1 . kiln* A II ? light munufai lurl-ir. ?ih r?g ?? . mi. 1 < ? ?- a ply to litiII 1 - A II I MHOS l> -1 - ? 1 <?. - > 4 i i I -l"K PALI Mil I I API IHK Villi tokll 717. v,| l.itur. ? ? ??! r ft!.. ' *? > | |? ? ,-t.r ikl< . r-lip ti-k . taiinlii tk* jaBiti-B oft** of the greatest Its- ?? 1!. ..r.. ?>N .fare* 11 t r. % | j-I y -W>t SALE IIIF. >TO?K an It IIVtlKKS tj\) 17. ol ? IBB . pppoi hos SBkBtidtotory, vlife ?B ? LiBcri acd toil* to ckrry -a th? baotuo? l....nia ?a gWNll. It will ?1*14 toB ooinpktoBl |.*r?oa a pr..?l of to,014' 1 it koni.i 1 Apply *arl? to QtuBUt PlIBOKSOlt. ?P Toooy urn I ArCB..10 HOUSE FOR SALE?WITU A IIB-T nlatk l>ar una DatBrot, bu J four yoaro I oak* *atul** ?toy tcaroci nivrn for Mlliap *<t la |titr. <>a tk* pi*?i*. ? IB Frankfort ktrott A RAKE CHAM E-lull PALE. IF APFLIEU rot > bofi rr tirnt Mar. a kplkiiUid i?4a it'tr ?n-t o iil.or bukiooHH. for partiouUra apply t* t J OlOM'R .No ,*? Wall ?ti. it. ACOLNTRV UEnI HENCE AN D ITORt FOR BALE AT I (Irareki-nil, r?vcti uiilca Irom ilrooklya an t-no to,.? from Coney lnUud. All n, ?t?torjr oatbulUlaaa. Mfttlrr; Hill. ' " ? .1 ? r ?? :a ai t'tidaa ply to JO IIX 1, WILLIAMSON Or**,.and 1. I Billiard tables. Ac , for sale?the sub i krnOeri with to oall th* atttutiva ?f parkSkukr* to I th, ir ktoik of billiard au4 bagti*!!* taklao, tn. to Butc??, elothi, bridgot, cu* rati or*, pool it 1*. pint. PttB t leather*. Ac., which aru ??! J t*n p?r coat oh, tp. r thaa aay I other ertablikhin*bt io the cliy LEONARD A BRA'JAtlW, SaBtoMwir. COUNTRY SEAT FOR (?] t?AT IORT WAStlNO- ' ton, two niiloa north of M-nhaltanriCe akoul thirty. Are acre* of land, tog?'L*r with au k*k*ll*at dwkliiag konn The lun l extene* from th* Einytbridy* f ad to th* Hadio n river, and embraces a *?lutM* water fr at it it beautifully wooded, of an excellent quality tad with a about 1,SW' feet of tho 1'ort W'a.biorioo dejii t The land adjoiuiun tha north the reri'lcaec of id*utai4Bie Ward h** and on the aouth the land latal* |iurchaead of t'nl. Monro# by the Deaf ami Dumb Institution Tba placa in perfect It kaalthy, and the eceuarj moit boautiful. It will either 1 * ?old entire, or in plot* ol from twe to hve acre* The honta With from two to tire a. re. of land, i* offered for *ale or to ttot. Apply to c. S. M.t'.VNt. M tValliiioet. DAOl'ERKEAN GALLERY FOR SALE-THE BEST located gallery 111 the city ef New York, dct.q tu n cellent bn*ine**. VV ill lie cold cheap Alio a good dayuer r,an nrtitt wanted. Inquire at Ji'i Grand ?tre. t Drug store fur sale cheap for t ash-an old established stand, neatly and elegantly fltte I up, and well utocked with drug pirfutnery. laucy article., 1 patent medicine*. Ac. Dwelling attached. xiti*fa 'ory : rcaeon* for telling Addrea* Uhuharb, Herald office 1 1J10R SA1.B-TIIE CORINTHIAN BILLIARD SALOON, f at Mobile ? Wishing to retire frout bnatae.*, 1 effer for aale the |pM**. furniture and hxtura*. with my good will in ?Kc above extensive billiard aaloon. room on Brst floor aou ?aintn* twelve table*, leump'.ete. for particular* apply at tka saloon, M. CARMELU'H. *ETOR 8M.B--A FARM, EI.EVEN MILES rR0M MIT JP York, in th* Sta'e of New Jersey, eontninlug thiriv ?even and ahalf arret of land, and new buiidiug* It w. l be sold cheap, on easy term*, and if desired, a portion of ?be land only. Apply to P. ZiBM^RMA.VN, 17 Howory, fourth story. FOR SALE?A FARM OF EIUTTTY SEVEN ACRE. IN the village of Huntington. Suffolk county. Long lilnn l. with n handsome cottage, contaluing seventeen room* n ?he premises, and barns and usual onthui'diags. in good order. This is considered the best farm in dJuutin;tou. is nearly all under ullage, and will be sold cheap It is a utile and a half from the steamboat landing, and nine miles fr >ai Long Island Railroad. A considerable part ot the purokato money may remain on mortgage 1h* above wauld bo ox changed f ir drtirahle property in Brooklra. Apply to L RICHARDSON A CO , 52 South street. ' IjfOR SALE-SEVEN LOTS. WITH T1IKRE STOK newbrickdwollinghou.es th*r*on. in a desirable lo, a tion in the city of W illiamsburg. Terms $2.2011 each: A'*"t tn cash, fti'si in qnarterly payments, and the balauc* un bond and mortgage for a tortn of years. Inquire of J, BPARKS, A2 John street, N#w dork, or A. FOLK, H5 Urea j atrect, W illiamsbnrg. For sale?two handsome three story houses on Gates, near Washington, aveuuu Rrooklvn. Tbey are new. substantial and ooni cuiont with water ;a> and modern improvement* worth inspuction two thirds mav remain on mortgago. for further particulars inquire ?I'J. BROOKS, .H\ Division street, erof Foster A Lopar, No. d Sand* street. Brooklyn. For sale-the well known ale, torter and cider bottling establishment, so and -A Fulton strcot, to which the aolawater husiukss could be added with advan tage a ram ( banco for a business man For particular* apply on th* premise*. For sale ?on sixty-seventh street, be tween Filth and Sixth avenue*, four full site 1 lots: also. lwolotsonFirtjsec.ini street. 1H0 feet frdm Third avenue, or will exchange for city property. Apply to MR MAS TERTON, 1S34 BTeecker ttrcet. FOR SALE?T1IF. FOUR STORY BROWN SfftlXR front house, with pi< r and mantel glasses. Apply on the promises. 2T'9 W est Twenty first street FOR BALI?a three story bsii K house and lot. No. In'i East Twenty sixth stroct. Price Al.'PH' lu qnirc at No. 1P7. next door. For sale?the sto k. fixtures, and lease or a sogar store un Broadway. The proprietor will sell on reacouable tortus for cash. Atldross A. B., Broadway Post Office. For sale?the unexpired lease of four year*, from the first of May next, at a very low rent. *if the live story brick store ISn Cedar treat, treating on Waahin*ton. It is at present ocenpiud as n wholesale Eocery and liqnor store, an d i* one of tho most dosirabl* cations on the liorth river sido for carrying on an oxten aire business. If (he lease 1* not sol 1 it will be lot fur une J ear to a repot ill 0 party at a moderate rstit. Applv to I. t I.AV Bl KGU. on the promises For salb-thi stock and fixtures of a fancy stnre: has been established for the last three years: a desirable location Will lie sol i at a bargain Ate aeon for selling, ill health Inquire at .'lift Sixth avenue ?wtween Twentieth and 1 wenly ft rat streets. FOR 8ALE-A THREE STORY AND BASEMENT brick house, with all the modotn improvement* and ?xinveBieuci-s. situated fa 1 wenty seven'.u ? - .-t between Sixth and Seventh avenue* Pne 87 f.'- '4*? mav r.-uam t>n bond and mortgago. It rent* at $7'-.) inquire ut Barnes ,t t AMI*, LTV Eighth avenue. For sale?in tuf. town of west farms vr ' sr Chester county, two lots, aaeh 100 feet front by 9ti fe-t deep rnnning through from Summit avetiuo to llirb Brio ?venue, hanuromelv litunted for building pnrpoiie* will he ?old low for cash. If applied for immediatoly. Apply to K EV. GOODWIN. 7.T East Puurteeuth st . near Union square IifOR SALE?THE MARBLE AND FREE STONF. Monument W orks. near the new entranoe 10 Greenwood Cemetery. This it ? splendid oh an '0 for a bnam.-e* man. Eight years lease of two Iota; bouse eunneetod with the ?tune Apply to ANDREW HARRISON, Kee. Estate OT ? ..? <iC, r? <f?e strn* t JfOR SAI.E-0N REASONABLE TERMS . TUB EN tireetoekof the paint etore 1.1-and 137 William '"ri" '. Hew Tort. eon?i*ting. part. of English, French, end Amrriceii paint*. brushe* r*rni?he* artist*' tool. New ntn ? cole) rated tube end water colore Ac Ac , together with the (mru well sailed to the buaineu. It w 1 be ?old at greatly rediuud price*, presenting a rare > hane* to ?ay one wiabinc to continue the bniineee, which is in * Sonriahiug condition and e>n??antly morning A Urg: ?mount he? been expended for tome yoara to make the ?ante known thronghont tho country T ie etore caa Ik rented for a reasonable Bri o if want* 1. F >r farther par ticnlarr apply immediately to JAMES T LF.ETE, at aigncc, 130 Broadway, or te the agent on the premise*. TjW)R SALE?ON ST A TEN ISLAND ATA MOVERATR M? priec and oa eaajr term*, hal! at lienr * dure from Part Jtichmond. a farm of abonl 36 auxea. On the premiaea arc a dwelling houae and farmer'* bouse, good outbmldiuts. a wary Ana orchard, and excellent water Alto, two ..tner lota, to be had aeperately. very eligible for building aitei, one of 12 and tha other of 16 acree. For Information apply at lAb Second areaae. New Tork. JIAQR SALE?A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOR M. etore. aitunted oa a corner. on Eighth areaae doing a large and prof table huaineaa; leas* *1* years A partner, with$1,001) to SI,*? would bo takes. Apply to HOWES A HAMMOND. SI Naesnii etreet. "JJiOR SALE-TUF. LEASE AND FIXTURES OF THE M? honae and etore Ne. 128 Sixth arcane. Are year* lease from the first of May, 1AM ft In goad ?tand for any bun mew. Inquire oa the premise*. Possession givtn imuie aiiately For sale-five sliding sashes eagii con talning twelr# light*. 12x2P (la**, aud fanr sashes. ea< h < oataming nine light*. Uxld) class, suitable for glass ca*ee. lor rale >y D. N. HOPES. No. SO John street. ?AOR SALE TO DAT?A FINE CASH CLOTHING AND JT gentlemen'* general fnrnisblng bnsines* In Oraenwich ?tract Long lease. Rent only 13.*' Furehaee money tritlal Apply immediately to THOMAS A CO., room .No 9, AM Naeena street. POR SALt-ON ATLANTIC STREET, EAST OF Smith, Rrorkltra, a raltiablebuilding lot, 34 feet 6 inches My S3 feet deep Trice, $4 SO0; one half (<n bond end tnort. /rr'j it J, tf?W JtwI Pmiv 7. rOR IALB. ro? ?ALM-A? 1NT"*;lJlBAp.Un"I''jnr'un..r?. r t? ttt ia*' '*?? ??< lh* PNTakaaara will Kiwi Br Ball M?r?W ??>?? l "1 ?"? -\?: .?. i V ?? " LD8U 4 iilT.ti >. 71 TV><?'?'? a *a la tulKTKT 81TXS.-THB MTB8CK1BEB W t ? ?a af ???? at?bty a era. m plat *??wo w* ??? - ? , ..It.?.. wkowll atlUrava ?b?a ? ' ,r; ^.T Vr..- to aoaA aaA 1... thaw *%M0. ?.M r. ??? ' apply aa4 af ?aek a* aa?k will .4 teqairad. u tfca aak.anbar. r^Uaac, la T.? ?aat Lwalim haalthy b.yoad qaaa a ?.d ?'?at loartaaa ?.I?.froa? tha CRy HaiL InqoiM a ? 8 CON a IR J? I ? abiaa atraat |/<>R SALE in BROOELYN-A THREE SroRY nRICK r ? -a- aad Vat wltk baaaaiaat and 111 Ml.?ar. MM f> , . . k? d?> v la iaira OB iba |.ratat?t., ?l Sacketl j . t ?cotk Lraaklya. - I Hi, . All t II bar AT VOKKVII.l L-A C.OOD IIOOSE f ( ? r,, i ? a, i . ? t ? li"2 f?at Ulnrhai; boaaa 36 ???*.. ...VorlWMl l?..m?at. wall taiabod and in iStSZ* CtMan walar la iba h-ota yard JjA^"2?^7 . ai, , ? r- .r ? f laqalrt of C. CHART, a t La ai laol.i- ?r.t Latwaaa Saooud aad :.V,? .! . t v! i . OAY1.0B. at tb. Ml Ofiae, or N ?I?T HOHOKKN-A TIVO STORY | , ? ?.? ??? ? >?' ??*>*?- avonua. f,WaMa I at'Ltd wttfcaarMa raaatol.. ai riicfi, and ,? n ra. i. t In li ml 1. Kitr ,cn at KiMkkW* A HEAD, idt . -AM at A RA? R'Kll'E?A 1'OrFF.E IN? r a ia aaa?.?lUat loeanoa with a lire y?*r? , . 4imI? l?w torm bati.'aci..nr roa-on# ?'?en a, .,i Inqairv af RABl kL C. 6EABAN, No. 42 , - B , , R TO ' T THE THRf B RT?'K? ...M. ? ' " * ? ? l'H1H'KS '* ? *?. ___ ? tfl I??? TWO HB?T CLASS L * * Al I , , . . ?,M r*T bill. II9*t Kourlh ??rnue, ?f 4.tu,l Li >?? urn Tutftf fun rill " f . %; i t ? ? till! A l.l.t N, .?l " -V TATtOli kMiU MtiM. ? ?OR -AI* <>? TO IET-TB1 BAKDBOME. WELL r % ?tf ? ?t-a? I " ?- Bttia. t4k?Bi*at aad c liar, I and Sr.aatfe rroata. ^ IM MHILI I B Nonrns .a IU II laa'aa#, a* at k. It, Oak ?t?a?t I '),( PAlk AM' TO LET?A *AV''T AND YARIETY r a.air l...ar?. V'r'aM.'i^k.' ? . r - ? ? * . ir . ul t lEt td> ?I* *' 11 ,1 Ai, a ?? ? -band ?ata*? |laa" witk at ?'l. will ' ? f ,? a. Li- ioatl. MaTT^a.t A Ul?.?. ' n T BABIMON -BOI'kE ^ I n.. -tk pla... |-:T"? Wrtr:"?*' r i--w L ?" ? kail r??a' ?" I r?a ' ? , . , . tklrty <a baa la dia'B.lar. irr.-. ik'J-t v l A??lu ?,kM?' BILLET A ill Mi LB M Aaa ?tr..>. ta IA? roar. ,r<i | ARTIES SEEKINO EBPLOTBEJTT, AND HA V I .L fii tTaSTt. iBT.it -rataala. tka ?aad wlll apf I arat'i ^T It a t"?d raah b?,laa,a. ifi>la? a aat Jiwtt of r~.??,o 5i ,, ,1, B??.attk? al?aa? .IB. a tt ^ ^ ^ i it* at Bit tkaantla. of a ?ma I a l title a tl eapttelVtkli akaaa Addra- r-r.ld, wtO. r?al Maaafattarar. I'oat 0?aa Arr'L A"4 Ja"1** T*"r SliMIAL MM I* KS. A r;ii '?*. 1 :i |SV.t??n M.'il .bar. tt., k.ja ta^VoK* K?"I SOnV rtBCTwy -^pi m?ty?ML ggJfSJR Bjevvj^ v? ? ^ bRvlfg nU?r b??a hrft?y ca*iit?ii*^ I lOfffi: '?? ? "Till ? va. II. art At III i a. Twtpdl at. l.a if wIttarrii d tt. r''kl?' tTr b?nky ??aU a-Vn", ay-'.".. 'ba aalT. n.^-r ?^mo.iii i fin f n4 i*i ' '?*'* M . . ?? a i,? uy U . M 4 l-M EN IN..- tVL,% '"V. M l "'' r4 M M. at At. *r, ?; V.T.l!: at t!.. Uaalt af r.Trn^" M. V. 'V lIMr..".. r?.wctia, lb. w?a wUI ka ?Eaakfally rartd^o Jt DDS. SONS A _ . . ... l| ytiii LANDSCAPE PAINTER, OAS ( )V ,ol"sK,,.'rvVat.NA-(- V V-\ ' ' - 'V \ kMtto ?wn d?l a. alt i t i.-a far pr.O'.nt aad ... du. Aara t' r.ai,a?e tl a taalaaa. nI tut. aaayaa. f?? ?"*'*? " from 11 o'tlatk B tSf.B. i . LEA. Sa.ratary ? .a 1 ?TENr?-COI I M111AN LITERARY CLl'll ?THE Ap tl L - kt "vl Klj w- BOYP Praatdaat i E. c Cootck. Sttratary. ? . , Vt"ThV pro,"rU?Wlatg i':-. rc::- W: uCUM":1-. i i.os. Wynbee a jobiaSbopeibr. CPBCIAL KOT<C* -THE COMMITTEE ON STREETS > 7f The Board o^Aldvr^a will mt;i- TwjUja; io lho CpaJuf aad aataadiaf af tk. Bo.ar. ?> ah . ...... YclZLi* mna Tot'VC l-ADT WHO VOLI NTEERID T?> A< Iihc wifl" ca'l*.'t'*t iaafBiaf * at No 'j Day .tr?t aad porfwl tht cngatf?ant T ttlllANY SOtlETT OR t'OLCBBIAN ORDER feliMilSiitSHS aac? t. r.qui.tad ,t)VlXR, Graud Saoha?. covcry. rc-jd/ if Indci*udeu??.7Mh. ?f il?t Im?U?? ** the t&tb. ?, B CEO H ''PPR- RR. ( Tat Cawm ,.ioaar. VII J PECK > rfefd.?r-A^? v-y f; fx r.rc-0?^;: ^i'.cad?;,ir:^r ? B illiuut Power, lly ?^g,RALD 04ri NEY. Pro-, loat Jons Vabbkii.tv. Soototary. THE TT RF. 1 f.MO.N t 01 HsE. L. I -TSOTTIX(< ? Tl E?DAY !_/ A|iril 1 at *!?? I*. II . a puro* and .take, mil* l.e.it. I tit Ikm (l i'l iularneat II M ooilri'T wain-? r rn I tidy 1'rankltn. A tonkin namea hr / St.*n*er U llnrkli T namil Sr. n Toaey Mate. leaee Mi.liam. ur* ferrlea hourly doting the day 'of th* ronrat. JOHN 1 ANEDIRRR Proprietor. nMxnmrrua coram. l i-trottixo-ox l Tueiday April 18, at So'eloek.F M.. *n?f??al?ll* mil* haata, lioit tbreo la flee. in Samoa* tue owim to dri.e. A llnre'i- name* eh a (itacrai t Malta naiuca b. m Saratoga M ud J. I aiul>"' It nam ? l>. a. Har dware Win Borland nai.ua r $. Rill Durlaa ' J I ukliu name* b g. l'nkn<>* n J Ulloor nam*. I fvau aeld in* Omni' una Hare boarly for tba o-urao POLITICAL. 17111 TIC WARD? AT A X EFT I M> Of Tilt EEMO ' .raf. Republican Waid I'omoilUoe of is# l it' "ard held at No. "a Watta .troat far tbe pnrpoa* ?.f m.-an at. n i n Friday erailn; April It l-.Sd Sr. Jaba V. Parage. Jt v o? appointed rha'r nan protein and J. ha II Wbitmore Sec-etary, pro I. m On in I lot. the mooting |>r-eoodod to ol.'Ct pertnakent iffirera nher tip >n Freotnan Farrin E? | , waa eloc'ed Cba.rman and Jan>t? l aw rem ? aa . t/barlo* Hat. ta S> or. tarir* On motion ~R*? > red. That tbo ptoetoding* of tin. moot m,' he pkbUkbed in ?l>* Vat t>aaf D'-m-oral aad X tw fork ll-rald. and that Ins ."o.rrtary ??* r?fiooled b* lorn ? Richard ?> hall r.? | . I hairman . f tbo Democratic Rt-paMi ran Oeaoral l"oniinilto? a li#t of tb? ..ffi-ora oleai JOHN Y AAVAI.F. J It t litirmaa pre torn Join H llintMoar Secretary pro I a. $.100 IIE1VARM. Ri?AKi),-ni>i.ii, two bora(RLiriN ? _ . plocoai .tripe i alike, (roai & II *m r >iw a tl firokd itroet. One hundred dollar, wli bo paid foi the rc oorory of the good* an* too dolotMnn of lb* thiol or Ik pro portion to the amount of good* Mootorod REWARD WILL BE PAID AN 0 NO giB* V*Jlf tloai arked for Or rai" repot a lad* eg d ka?' i?g waieh No. 1.IM' with gold r! a'a, . ba a pia. and loch*! attached, with otlirr arti >1 lakoa fr mi IBI a .treel 1 ridsr eraninpr April 14 by applying ?o Jai k*ON A MANY, .lewoiler*. oerarr Bowort aad Itroamo ati 1 d??> IT ILL BR PAID TO Till UNDER Of AN < O'ER A ?PJmi ?'lao> |o?t Iriaay eirainf a <orii r Wgki fall >k A ? ry t" llr luiJ' t, km. urn f.y re'arniag It to kawUt. a I ? i c?ra#r of AUIith itroot aad Br ado ay. room Ne-Jf pr <r.d?4 tha glaooa Aro uai rukaa MIIJJNKRT AND DIIEsbNAKnU. MILLINER'. -MADAME RANFT ItERI' HrG*- i EAPI to inform ker friend* and eaal uwr? tkat ok* h?. r moved from .'>24 V <176 Itr ado-ay between Bund aad Ureal .Tonea atreeta, wWe .be will re o|kb tb.a week. PARIS MANTIS! as -TMi STBRCRIUR R IfPOl tation and manufi rtiu. for eity retail trade r ready for inapertloa, !?? wlueh ll.r atleutlan of lad r pei tfally intited. (ISO ni LPIX. Ml Broadway BILfJARDE. Billiards? biiaiakw in brooki.tn tiic Moata?kf Hall rt> m? eo.ntkikikf toe're tail*, are the laryi .t ia the et'y of Brook * n and htuaad kfrnxgad in a manner anporiur to aiiyll.in/ of t?* Iciak in Xew I rk or elarwltrrn, all admirer* of th|. '???? mt.'lr amaaomaat will da well to rliit thla (itahlUhtiiaiit l.?tr, > o i ...irt *i rrtt and Montarno plara Prnptttlo r?. illii; TOYS W* a I9RUU UVMWJJl 1 A G EIGHTH STRUT, 0PP08ITB TUB OLD OPBRA Itu Bens*?8miU *r riiili miiUM, with htrt, It a Brit class b?a>?, te or before the lit of May. AT NO. 28 CLINTON PLACE, NBA* AND WIST OF Broadway?A ini suite of rooms, or om or two Urn rooms, to lot, either with or without board. Hinie Bret date. end newly furnished throughout. Dinner et < o'clock. 11 e moit unexceptionable reference required end (iron. A SMALL PA MILT, WITHOUT CHILDREN, WOULD let a suite of handsome furnished rooms, together of rr\ eretely. to two or three (ingle gentlemen, with or with < nt partial honrd. Hot end cold baths on same floor. The I ? nre in pleasantly situated. 224 fourth street, opposite II athiogtou square. t iiw single gentlemen can be accomoda J\ ted with room* and hoard?alto day hoariertat 112 I hambers struct. A NEATLY FURNISHED BEDROOM TO LET?TO A L.dy end gentleman, board for the lady only; or two young lauiea cau be accommodated with boari. Apply nt . it(i Greenwich strc .1, near Beach street. Bachelor s hall.?a german gentleman, tired of paying in New York hoarding hoiiiri high prices foreoniparatively poor accommodations, hae bought u f ne modern built house in Clinton street, liroMblyn. ten I., nntcs walk from tlamiltou ferry, which be intands to fur nish comfortably, and tn open on the 20th April, ns a baohe lor e hall with bre.nklaat and tea and dinuor on Sunday. It nill I c conducted in tirst rate utile, and in a strictly gen teel and quiet manner. Those who wish to enjoy with him ? be advantages ol a gcnioel, cleau. agreeable and coiunrta I le b< n i . sre invited to apply without delay; washing dune at tho house; boating and s a bathing convenient City | rvlereuees given and required. For particulars address Bachelor's Hall, Herald olftce. BLI)ROOMS TO LET ?T1IRF.E OR FOUR GENTLEMEN ean be accommodated with superior sic pin:; apart incut*. References required. Apply at 110 Woostir treet Board.-a tarlor and bedroom handsomely furnished, si so rooms suitable for guntlemen aud their v..\ci, or tingle gentlemen, to let with board, in a first class house. No 87 Ninth street, mar I'ifth avenue. None but those williug to pay a lair price need apply. B B i> bavin. laor* ruotu then they wish to oocupy, can ac n.niodat' H entleman snd hi.' wife, end a few single gen mcn v. itb i .esssnt rooms aud board, from tho 1st oi'Muy. en v. til. | .,-ass lit rooms aud board, from tho 1st ol'May. ?trass i A. llcrald ofllie. hi >A 1.1> It ANTED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF In ?C* J I,SO Iileeckcr strrst. lor a gentleman and nlj l oard for the lsdy only. Where there are uj other t.?Y irrs (referred. Address Franklin, Broadway Post Office. B Aoor rs, stating location aud terms ii mu.tbein at A. IF, Broadway Post Oihce. Board?a private family, occupying a tirsi class house, in Eighteenth street,near Filth aveane, w> uld let to a gentlcuiau nnu wile a parlor, unfurnished, on the third floor either in froi t or roar, with bodr.'Oin and pantries attached, or tw v suits of rooms together. 1 be bouse is replete with all the modern improvement!. Dinner at fix o ?} ck. Addrees Homo, Hernia otflco. "I?.OARD - A IIANDb'OVE FRONT PARLOR AND BED JJ room attached, also peasant single rooms, to let with loll or partial b <ard, to gentlemen and their wires, or ain ? U s' htliuien. at M Ule-echer itrcet, near F.ruadway, TJOARD ? A (ENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE, OR J> two si rlo gcntlein.-n can o'ialu board in a small p.i.ate family, I outo containing bath, gas. Ac.; convenient the Sixth avenue care aud stages, aud where the comfort* of a home ma 7 he enjoyed. Apply at No. 8 Warren place, Charles ftrnt.) Reference required. nOARD -A PLEASANT ROOM ON THE SECOND m - ..... . ..uital le for a .?cntleuian and wifo, or two gentle ii , ii. t 1.1. in a private house, with full or partial uoard. Apply at lit f ranklin street, OARD -A LADY CAV BE ACCOMMODATED WITH board, aud a pleasant furnished room, by applying at IIuI ert street. Board on Broadway, corner of thirtv fourth street?A new family hotel, comprising flea boons*. Koonir in euite* or single,Vl to $.1 per Week. Mes's. S3 to 18. Breakfast at 6 o'clock and S o'clock. A delight .1 .uu>to. r lvi ailon Cars every three miuutce. TYOARD UP TOWN.?A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. JY or sirgle gentlemen, ean obtain handsomely furnished ?i "t.d storv rooms with hoard, in a private family, in a boos* ha> al) tl o modern improvements, bath, hot and cold, 1. at No 2ivl West Twenty seventh street. UOARD IN a FRENCH 1'IiOlKSTANT FAMILY.?A If gentleman and lady can obtain a ploasant lrout room ? nl small r m adjoining, with good pantries. A'so, two r< ou? f >r t ingle gentlemoo, with partial board. Apply nt Ih Perry street (Ashland place). All modern Improvements ia the house. Hoard in Brooklyn -three or four gen tlriut.il <an have pi rasuut rooms and partial board !u ? riv at, f niily at I'd! Atiautie street, three minutes walk fi ? in S< nt I, it rry. MUD IN BROOKLYN", TEN OR TWELVE MINUTES ? alk .mm the South or Wall street ferries.?A private OOaRD WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN AND HIS 1) wife in a private family, in Mohokeu. Address M. D , II aid i tike listing terms and loeation References ex ekanged. OARD M ANTED?BT A GENTLEMAN AND HIS about the litol May. A suit of rooms, with pri itr tabl- wltbiu fir* minutes walk of Grand street, on the wist ?idq. Address A. it.. Herald office. Hoard wanted?for three persons, in a private fan.ily or where there are but few boarders. A p?rloran<' I i ;r< oui adjoinin. required. Location in the \ pp. r (art I the city. Adflrcss. with particulars. Georgiui, Herald I.fhrv. UOARD WANTED PERM ANENTLY. WITH A SMALL furnished room. I t a lady and two hoys, aged live and ir'to years The laly is absent daring the. any and the BOAR DINS Mdfl BARKER FRO* NO 13 BROAD wey. I MM taken the house Ne. S3 East Sixteenth ?ires' wishes ts let her roems from the first of May, either furl .thee or aa'urnithed Arbitration to bu mads at No. 2 Cbat?ap'sof between 12 and 1 o clock. TTOARDINC.?SOME OF THE MOST DESIRABLE 1 > i oon.s in the Oritutai Hot. 1 will goon be vacated. Fa mi ... - or siagle | - r r.s spendln:; the summer in town will And (tolas and beard ta salt nt this quiet establishment. by asrls 11 piicaltea at the hot. ?*. 13 Lafayette place, butweeu I oui lb edeal and Aster place Boarding turpi or four gentlemen can be accommodated with rooms and partial board, in a privatrnfami t map Meant localn n. within two I locks of ink. ,| snd I vi?tan avail's isrriau. Apply at No. 21 South A.ith ireet, M llliaiassurg B OAK DING-A THIRD STORY FRONT ROOM AND MM, ei.liable for a gentleman and hi* wife. also. IngU rvntlotnei Ai ply at AA West Twenty -?rt ?trconliitb end Sixth avenues. Boarding good fi rmphed rooms to rent, will. <<r without breakfast and tea tor gentlemen only. i. s throughout tk< b. u*s, end bath room for the use of oc rnpsnis Apply at Ml UousluB street. Boarding a party ofoentlkmen, or a cen | lit mil kil l wit*. iltur ui ft central location. tan bar* i a baadf.mety farntehed parlor and bedroom at No. 7 ll<<<k>r air el ?a?t of liruadwey. Tbe boate li baud- i ?oiuel> Bited ap with gat. Ac. I C10LSTRY BOARD ?FAMII.IF8 OR SINGLE CEV . tlciuiB wMhlai M ure hoard for tbe leaaon, eau be aiiiinoi 'luted ?i the F.dg. wood lionet. Now Kocbello. It , - or It. btlultjr Mluftttil Uti KB MIIUII. e au<l commando a i no - lew ?t tie S. ubd lioatiai. bathing and fi.binx con i. id will, to eetebUfthataat. Apply at No. 11 UBirerilty I la<. LUKNISUIH ROOMS, WITH BOARD. AT GJ WEST P 1 weaiy t ret itml, corner of Sixth ???n ae. MMll ROOMS ro I.ET-1N A PRIVATE r 1' >ure, Willi all tbe modern Inproe. mini*, for one or two gentlemen. at li-l V tat Twenty lourtb ?eroet near tbe Kiablb ateuuii. INI UN ISIITD ROOMS To 1.1 T -TWn ROOMS TO LET, ' fartnefced ?r tmfMraUbe 1 at No 1*1 Walker etraet. two di on ft -m the llewti t. weet fide. '1 UMSIIEII ROOMS TO LET-IN Sl'ITES OR SEPA. rulelr vI'h ' reftklael If r nred, at 141 Niathatroet rd di or from Pr"?d? ft' . aau alao at No. ? Col lego place | 110UV 10 LET?rURNISnED OR NOT. IN A PLF.A 1\ >?>! li eaimn. aear In .mi ataaaa, in a private family, ? : eri '.I reare aa boardtri AdJrm II K R, Uorald [)OOM TO I T.T-WITII OR W ITHOCTRTIAM TOWER. It Apply t I*. M It II "ON 117 Prlbce (treat. bJTATI a 1SI AM> PARTIAL ROAR!) WANTED BT 0 tv*y<>. "i taeii la a prim* family preferred. Sit ua 1 n r ?.? v i.rat "e eater ?? d coarmieat to tbalard lie AOnaiO T I Herald ?a. e, alalia* term*, whteh a. u l be u derate. Troop, threei.inti lmi \ witb their wives. ? ae l<e en pi. dated wan eafamiabed ro.me naa .r u ft pi. mi li ? n?em it to Fnlt >u ferrjf. I. r ifcftrnai ti. p. ftppl. le Mtettft Footer A l.uper. San etraet Hr." kit a I* M I KNI III i) I ? 'Ills i M LT tt im OR WITU* J . ai I a.' S la a I ? ai ' i i a n ? ?'.l tin modern coeve aien.l.aaad e a n.-e a-e few d-re Na pleaeantar ' at la tba etiy In ,elrt at Id- li 'ad*ay. i ?raar of Twi aty eia*li etreat. WANT*?-HO A BO IN A PRIVATE l.tMII.Y FOE A ?' djftitil'. p?i ? . t f.r , ".ileru.i, wbard the ei.a.i rt? #i ft h..*a- met be - yed hjd.ee> A L V., Herald ?#>? alalia. lane a leeail. a A ?oi?aki hHtuuii* a otic re. IT a fed J^ PARI NERtf AR'lhl* IRANI. 1 AMI ISIIED MAN J\ alert r i.< tur .a a i.eetft.-?' '.el t A'. '?? aad of a latir ... aad i aaa ,al tara weald be preferred Addraee E r MARTIN ?? M all aire. i. reraer .f ? ater ftOriETStlXtr.-#*"1 t rARTNFE WANTED * <-fg .4a.l"? c ?. e>aai i . ve take lee ei I dwr dapartaaeaft <>ae wall aaoaaiaied wttL tbe elty v. I'aaii.r aad ik't i ac t.-n-.e preferred Addreaa W 0 O Herald ??lit D' Jtilll IION-tlTHll RORK llts Till* DAY *"? #e? ir-m la irta ?dteb.l' i?r. a be All awaey* aae will '?? v -et i aad all dabi. | t.i t.e Ida# re ?na>ma? iertb?re ROBERTi i till: L a CO :.?> Rtitb aeeaa PARTNER W AMI If -IM FlktoN Wllfl MA.W I . am I? ftOm ?tdd ia tbe bar Iwer. Ka.iftaai la e well M ia(ed eeftMn Addteaa A M M.raid afk'W pARTRAR WANTRIa-IN an f ft 1 A It i ISHRH MRU'K I m*aafa*i' ry baaiea *???? r Re .. t.ee iftaa aay elfter eeieftl aba.-a' wt tbe kikd wtteb Ha l? ,a<reaeed wiMa . HfWtl eeey few |iihw it tain ?r U< ,arte p Mt<dM".twHM > -r i .ft eiei .* i ... . r aaiba Mtla Feet >?*.? pAkTNFK MANTtla IN A Ftl'T I I AM FAMILY A i-a.wf !'??'"? I Ml d te ?e? ef Me beet e.ifkt r be. da ia tb> I. eer I ett ef AbA> (Hy Ae a mm m.tk a eapft tal'f'r a H '*1 ?? ??" ae I ? ,a* .tad wttb tbe tea ae.a will Md tbt> ae epwerAae-ti rare'y aAeeed My ai 4f^?leafl T f Mare... A -> wtll ee i ?tMd#*?>atly te*mt-d. PARTNIK FANTRM-W 'U a t AflTA! Bt FRtltl I fdt ????? le ft A-er i r< <f. YeMy eel* Mtehedle ? e e.ry r-meaera ?. Ad i.e.. * V fartrwU wbwbwt, '. >? at j.kite A l ie, ?ereldefiee ki'ANTri>-A rARTXta WI N ARoIT tmrir liUt FROfc I ? || |||A n mm , mO ? i r I IIR A mmfea ib.aeaed dabwi .a ea.a l? aa Id eetab'ieb.d aadb ?*' '*r| IftteMd buMaeaa IA tb.a Hdy fki MHftMr will laif.4 iiuul aaeewfti tddiaa A r R dwelt ??? ><a>'B? wf.ee aa tater. >? a .a te bad IJUIIINA, AT. M Y1R S f AI hiRk Mi l A ? a' ?' H tm* ale. f i d I P, ? > . a J , , i ad?? |wfur a. a a?j 'paw wlaee gla i r ul. nreii. ><.? dealer- aad St* I. net warraaf (ale ai JU wee eeef 1 be IL'dmeak ( *Vi!n rT7Sl^".V.V.'',Ur h",~ '? ** ? : S> ^ ii'T VI ft' -wn., ea-f ae Me I > A THiinV Vmritrr studio thi v>omi> ikwti t or^[\ A pted t, tkt Diim14(|4 'iklhrf. 1."' . b<r.Vh|?i meet deaUe?.U la t\. ?'*/ t^rBO^T ? 111 be ?|I?4 W urm4. -ifctV SHlTkl MO PPTERSON, S7t Bxeadwey, of to LEMUEL ??"?? John Wiwt. - BOARDING HOUSE EEEPEEA?T?? LET <?* IW?n way. toraar af Tw.etr eighth ectu*. boardtag (UtaUkil b.uM It baa forty Un. parlor. Eaautlfnl lara. ilal>| *>??? u< ' \. 'l 4 wS. with raaaas, |aa and Craki titw kwatkil ? will ba given. Rrat raa^aabla witb y'artOf. P immedUlfij. Apply at D T IA9TON 8 U 17 Wall ?irtti. BROADWAY.?TO LET CHEAT. IF AF?,,f immediately, tha upper ??r* 'Vtw'.Itj front building., Vetw-eu Twenty MM) MM *????]I ??? street*, orpo.lt* ? aqoar* aaataia^aa y ' _. .. a kitckcna. A<-. with all tho modern Irnpv waul' ?rTaa??< lor a boarding hou.e. Alto, the tw<? t?or? an will ba lat separate Apply to LDWABD J. EIWW. 147 Water itroat, uprtaira. , COTTAGE TO UT OK IT tTM MLASE-TEO '? 1 \ utes walk from ferry at Port Ri^' V ?" fruit. Ac., in rood order Apply ?? !?"?? * , H i A CO.. 6 Bridge ?trcot, or L. t. t lark. Part H ? aa. /COUNTRY RESIDENCES TO LET ??t I EEfPr>T V-/ KlliottvilU, Staten Inland, about ten mlaatt* wntk fr at tie ferrv. A new first class. tliree rtory rrauit.- u< a*. with birh basement, finished in the best manner. eoulxiatng uJS room., eurreunded by ..ran acwa ? lore it trgrs, with stable, excellent well, and * ' i car tho above, a new brick hou?*. two sloiu. an I a i ? <* ment, containing elcvou r-om. double !>'???? ??*t * JJJ dance of .bade tree., carefully builtby day . w ra A.Lee on the chore, about iivo miuutea walk from the furry, a handsome country rectdence. in complete ?rd"r fourteen rooms. with piaxxas. tower. and a largeUwrr with luftSVkl'rf sea water ?n thj"ard.a i-odi-.ttaE JfT. B. BLEECKEK A CO., 21 Wall utreot. corner olHr *d /CRYSTAL PALACE ?TO LEASE, AT BARfltlNS C t lio.o line saloons on Fortieth etreettherem^l.arui Keralia, wilh furui.hiug and ball alley, caitiar BI.WO. M . large hall, 25 by SO. Apply to E.G. PIERCE. rtsaaaraes, corucr Broadway. DrmitABLE STORES AND OFFICES TO LET IN riinton Hall Actor place, extending through to Eighth street, near Broadway. The with iron fronti, plaU gln??, At. Apply to *1>MUNI> COr UN, 31) Broad iitreot. "TvUCG STORE FOR SALE?AN OLp ESTABLISHED JJ btore, on one of our leading thoronghfartf, 4* ?=SSSSss i?M OOdoVn "S d ^velfOOd*anrrovod not" oremortga^ou F'SKSL. !f. SSS-. ittNi ^ f WeSSSS."'WM45SSU ???. ? troadw ay, or on the premi^CB, 3M> SeTenth avenne. T^ita^mviFT) RESIDENCE ON STATEN ISLAND.?A F furni.hod dwelling houie, with forty acres of land, gar^ din, lev house, stables, and outbuildings attached, tojet far one year lrom May lat. Apply to CUAS. A. BAPAI.lw, w Greenwich atrcat. FrwislISIIFD ROOMS TO LET, ALSO AN OFFICE, Vna first elaM house, with all the modern improvemeats at No. 1*0 Fourth avenne, near Twelfth .treat. Inquire at Slid Broadway, entrance in Franklin itreet. F"~CRNI8HED HOtTSK_TO RENT IN TWENTIETH street Fifth and Sixth avenuos, for four orgix months.at OllKl i er mon' h Posses ion given first of May or June. Ap ply to HOMER MORGAN, corner I'ln# street aad Broai way. nnSF. TO LET-TWO STORY AND BRICK BASE msiit ijissra front aud rear, marble mantels, with so ,? near t! e junetiou of Division and Myrtle avenues. ir?u lots, lit a j Tucker hardware store, South So SlJt?.e\n''w aUamVbuTg,CV/1 of J. MeArthni, ? C.da, street, Now York. ? JT^ef'fu"ii?be^n'magnifl^?t^it'^? wi^Ml m^ern|im day-, and Saturdays, front 10 to 12 o'clock. TTOl'SE TO LET IN PORTCHESTER, THREE "IN or one year. ..... . KEELEK, No. Wiassau street HOlTSES-EO LKT.-A NICE THREE STORY HOUSE, on ThirWrfirst street, near Lexington avenue, rent S700. ssiisisssMI p'^to E B KINSHlMER, S1U Fourth avenue, from d to j Affile on broadway to let.?a frontofkicb 0 on second floor W Broadway. Apply OFFICE TO LET?SCITABLE FOR A PHYSICIAN. \J Apply at *2 White street. OFriCFS TO LET?TWO LARGE OFFICES, AIRY ?nil well lighted on th*? aacend floor, No. .>8 Broadway, wSS^ss&srMSVwwaa ? B'all atraat. pART of an first floor; will be'fitted up in the best teenth street.^ "PEWS IN (GRACE CHURCH-PEWS N0 79 AND1S0 X to let or for sale. Apply to CHAS. A. RA1 ALLO, Id Greenwich stroet. PA^? KS ^o.^ ?yC; JjSJKgJg stroet" 1)ecatnr nlL'e.y near Xo'iupkUs square. Rout to a small family, $SU0. Rcfarenca required. TYOOMS WITn STEAM POWER TO LET?SUITABLE Ji for all kinds of manufacturing nnrpoaaa, in th? tl? five story buildings 211, 213, and 21ft Centra ?treet. and W, m, .nH isi Flm street between nownrd and Grand stream. The rooms vary ?? Vita from 25x25 tn l35x25 fa.t. Tba room, aro wtll lighted and fnrrUhtd with Croton watar, watar el0HU ^'l^ALLEN, on tha pramltea. STOKF. TO LET.?A YERY DESIRABLE STORE. suitable for a shoe, thread and needle, or other trn^l ... Unsiiiess to let, under the Everett House, on the F owrt h a vena e. Term, v.rv reasonable to a d.Mrabl. tenant. Inquire on the pTemitet. in TO RE AND SHOPS TO I.ET?THE STORE IS LARGE, S and .uitaU. for a bakery or an, othor buslncs.. AJ.o aearrenter's limp, throe stories and basement. Also a won H.Med Vhor 50 Ky ?' feet square, Twenty f.urth street aud sfxth avenue. aWIt at lis Wooatar etreet. m xnr f TO I ET ?THE STORE 7S1 BROADWAY*. S Le.Ese gWen for four years. Inquire at 70 Canal etreet. iu the store. rr-O i *T?OFFICES. LOFTS. AC -TWO SUITS OF LAW M GREIG, No. 1 Uauovoi itroot, corner of W>11 street. TO LET-TO EXPRESS AGENTS, TAILORS, OR BRO kcra, or for most any kind of business, a Rood liiod store. corner of Cedar Jtroet and Broadway, entrance on C edar, very light, tlireo windows in Cedar rtroet, and the tenant can'make another entrance on Cedar street Crotoa water in the store, no charge. Rent $000 per annum. Ap ply at loA Broadway. J. CADY. TO LET-WITH STEAM POWER. ROOMS as BT 100 feet, in the new building corner of Uroomc and Meroer street* with from two te four horsepower on each floor, tt ell lighted, healtd l<y .tenia, and in ot cry way well adapt ed for manufacturing purposes. Apply te Wl, QALE, on the premise*. TO I.F.T?ON E OF THE MOST n.EASANT AND hoa'.thy loontiona In the city, (stagos end enri pass every minute. 1 to a gentleman and his wife, or a very small fati.ilv. (n< children), vie.: front basement, hack parlor and tea room, with clotets.on the tint floor,large heek room on so ccnd floor w ith use of hath; front room on third floor, with grate, etore rooui. Ac. No. 442 Sixth avenue. oorner of Twen ty seventh street. Throe loll, house in ccptre. May be seen from 1 to .'I o'clock. Terms very moderato to a tonaut who suits. ____________________________ rpo I FT?I WILL l.ET PART OF TIIE nOUSE I OO X ci p* t> some suitable party. Tho rooms arc all hoantt I fully it rnished i nd ail modern improvement*. Tire loea I ti a li near Bmadwuy west *ido. For more particular*, oddrest K. W. F.. lKrald oflico or Broadway Post OlLcu j ftMlilw imm-diatcly. T(> LIT?TWO MODERX BUILT THREE STORY BRICK bonne* a the south side or Summit street, South Brook lit. i ntaluiag Uvea rooms each, altd only fonr minutes walk from Ilataiiton ferry. Rent very reasonable. Houses i a. I lo?stu n di urable. In inirc of Rev. SILAS KILLINGS. I eo-nar of enniiT.lt and Hicka strecta. South Brooklyn, or of MAKrll A <t>. 2>, Maideu lane, New York. I fro tkl TWO NEW THREE fTORY BRICK HOUSES. J with -tirea and stable*, situated on Third avenue and ! P'tlli strict, and furnisher with all ths modern improve m et. Inquire ?f ?. B.McGOWN, Third avanue and lOAth | ?treat I rpo LKT-THI 8TOR1 1.088 BROADWAY: ALSO, TO 1 let < r lor sale, two heautifnl country residences, near the fluda n river, in lA2d streol. The homes are AO by t0 f.ct with meet improved fixtures for first class families. Al'o. f t sale, nut 900beautiful building lot*. Inquire of I. I CARMAN* dfr' Broadwey. TO I FT-THE COUNTRY SEAT IN FIFTY SEVENTH Mm) between First eti.l Sei ond avenuei. with garden, fititu IT-pea harn Ac . all pleasantly situated, Ac. Apply as IPC ftreadwav from II19 12 o'clock, or at 93East Sweaty seveatb airett, of PITER A. U. JACKSON. TO I IT A HANDSOME 8ICOND STORY ROOM, i* t.raed street, near Elm furnished or unfurnished, win feii or i artial boerd, with a widow lady, with a small tam.U I r feither particular*.,please eallor address Mr*. I ewia I-.. M alker street, between Eliiabethand Mott. TO I hT-lUI HOUSE NO. 71 WEST NINETEENTH ? trees aver Math avenue having all the modern im |.r> vei'.eete Kiut?.V'J. Parlor carpets and gas fixtures lot aale r I IT - THE SF.t OND vTORY OF NO. 29 UF.EKMAN ?treat re in i* W feet deep well lighted, and will be gulden let' twe Sm.< m.uts Also, basement ef No. 29 ! .-*'? an eirret well lishted 1 be front half will be let ? iiheat the star half la aire of JAMES CONNER ft SONS. rpo If r Till SECOND STORY (THREE ROOMS), 1 wish I'll reeus ea third, la a hou-e with modern im ig .it.ni- n Br W?sv. eaar Forty aeeenth street: will *0 petttad lew t* a deetranle tenant Apply to R H CUD I II'l* II? $> Uliam aU .t Pill! -A Mtr COTTAOI. AT BLOOM I NO DALE, l.iwr.e a,r,tl? a.alh an ! Eightieth streets, contain. isislfki re.?t Apf lyteR U tXDLIPP, 110 William st rpo IP? < NT RT A \ D t ITT RESIDENCE.?SMALL 1 heeae ?>?>? ??? ant twenty eerea, river road, New B m telle aear t K I el lias >111411 bona*, full lot, Mur t i till Ttu ? ? . tth street Crotoa aad gas. Fiftieth ftfert aear (tread*?y ^ _ ? <art?i' ign i 'i IS paweeRifaaevs 1 ? I IT?TW I t ?< (in D (TORT UD I HONT HAK* 1 _ ef?m4w? Urw rti rj dwelling, l? a (Mall gen ?<?1 family Itftlrt at M Thirtti a h itrcet. next I ?r hi hiatb uveas 1 0 I ?T-mt PTOBB, OS PAST Of IT, SO 812 Rr?a<fwey f?r?? a* Mtartta rtrril There i> a thr-o anl?M(i?a the Ut al May which caaU be bought If re i?4 Apply aa tb? prvmleei fTOIST-A >M ALL 6TURE IS BROADWAY. BE 1 l??lt???tl?-alfc aat Ilrt.l, Alto a iii >D ai A tare* jard it Mat, Apply at t(7 Br, Uair. JAMBS M. DISSl?. TO I ST-TO A 8M ILL FAMILY. THS THIRD FLOOR I of a I?IM la Third arcane betwora Seventeenth and I itiHatt ttwiM. Cretan vaitr aa the floor. Apply at ifBrewdwav bctweaa Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. ' * TES r ? - JAMES M. DENNIS fSi I FT?Till FIROT SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS I a#a Urea medvra bailt baaaa. earner of Fifty fourth ?M(M Saeaatb aaaaaa. aeA within oat minu'e t walk of t-? llykth Aaenaa Ra in ?A and t> ree linaa of stages. Rent ?a* the trat Saar H*' e?r.wl $12ft: third, SI HO. Posses Si b (teea immeUiatvIv tin eaeh floor two large room* and latrleArt *a Apply to P M A o'Tt 118UN, comer of Broad way aad FMy fnuttb etreet '10 I FT A -MALI. t.ENTEEL THREE 9T0HY AND A InMral baaaa. aa Twaaty fourth etraat, near Fourth avenue witb gas aad flabares. bath, hot aad cold water. H a>a la ana order n at F-? Apply to K. B. kl.V.tlll , from I to 7 I M. MES. SI'i Fourth aaaaaa. boar a rld? ft ? Brooklyn. Apply at No. 39 Broad way, up stairs or at Hyda Parb depot. qnu .... Alto, a due young liana, aound and kind. I'O SODA WATER MANUFACTURER*?A RARJ chance it now oilored to any portoa wishing to ainbarl in the coda water and Iwttliug business, If applied for bofe^ the llrrt of May. The littsineca it wail aatabliahtd, and It now doinp;a heavy trade, without anj opposition-^ Tba ba TO LET -THS ( IIOli E n M.F OF A FIRST CLASS 1 twe elegy aad attl> )< aoa No t Tenth atroat. Alto, a bath bwtier far aala, tbuap Apply on tbe pretniiea, near Ruth avaaaa. TO LET TEN rOTTAORS, AT ?7 A MONTH: ALSO farm* fr?w<?ael 1 tar-a? from ?aa twenty aam each, at llydo Park de pot dtT'Uly "a tag I land Railroad, seventeen tnilaa rro I FT-HAM S"MI ROOMS IN SUITS OR S1NULY, I furnlabed ?r vii.furniebtd, with or without hoard; alio, I andtoma ? aa- mml parlor suitable for profaational gentle man All ul modern in,Jaaoamaata Inquire at H6 Fourth aveaue !? twien Tenth and L otenth alraata. one block from Broadway. ro LET?PARTI V OK FILLY FDRNISIIED. THE 1 ai'dii.ni mud li'wo cl ua front houeo No. 49 Writ Iwtaty forrth itrvit. Tfl LET?GFXTEFL APASTMRNTS AT 102 EAST Twenty vlrhth ?treet . bee rootnv on a floor, furniiked, with gat, water eleeete, Crotoa water, aad ;*? fliturea : in ti tided for twa or tliraa grown j-ereouc Kent SI V E. U. KIMSmi MEB, 319 Fourth aranuo. TO LIT?PART OF A MODERN IIOCSB, LOCATION in Crura etraat. eonaiatiag of flret floor and hack bave ?eni, with range, two ruoui with wardrohou on third floor, eluding gac. ute of l,ai|i. Ac. Fog piru. ularc apply to AITKIN A DYE, Mi Ureeuwtoii ctraet, near spring. mo LET?THE rfl'KR PART OF nOL'SE, AND J. ctnre 196 Bowery: eontaiaa gaa and Crotoa water, and U one of the uioit dcafrnblfl atandc in the (tract for basinesa. TO LET?TUE CPPER OR LOWER PART OF HOUSE No. 212 Wooator (treat, with basement. Apply at ;;il Broadway. _ TO LIT IN BROOKLYN?A STORK AND CELLAR, in Joralemoa (treat, earner af Court, a good location for tha grocery bneiaea*. for which it ic now fitted np; atao, two large i,8ice?. oppoaitr City Hall. Apply to D. A. ROB BINS. 290 Pearl atreat, Brooklyn. TO LET IN BROOKLYN?THE NEW STORE AND dwelling No. 63 Main (treat; n good location for cloth ing, hat, or hoot and ahoe baeinea*. Apply at No. 17 Fultoa atreet, Brooklyn. TO LET, IN SOUTn BROOKLYN-THE BROWN atone front houae 372 Pacific ctraet. third hoaae eaat of Bond ctroet, with all the modern] improvement!. Apply to JAS. O'BRIEN. 130 Broadway, at Island City Bank. TO LET IN HOBOKEN-AT LOW RENT, TWO OF A row of six tint cla?a modern hnllt three alorr aad base inont brick hooces. Inquire at the upper houae in the new blook, on Bloomfluld atreet, above Sixth, llokoken. TO LIT CHEAP-THOSE TWO SUPERIOR BROWN ?tone front atoroi Noi. 138 and 160 Niuth avnnne, be tween Twenty flrft end Twenty eeooad atreotc. well eah-a lated for any kiad of buaineta. Alio to lat, to one person, ? . ... -7T. ... that snnerior live story, genteel tenement houae. 94 West Twentieth etreet, near Sixth avenue. Enquire at No. 9 Weal Twronty tirat etreet, before 9 A. Al., or after 0 o'clock ia evening. TO LET OR TO LEASE?THE WELL KNOWN PUB lie bouse known aa tbe Halfway House, situated in Eavt New York. Possession can be bad immediately. For fur tber particulars inquire at 77 Adams street, Brooklyn. TO LET OR FOR SALE?NEW, ELEOANT BRICK eottagos, marble mantel, iron balcony, six rooms. French windows, good dry cellars, stages pats the door, situated ia Power street, Williamebarg. Kent, (173 per annum. In-' inire of Dr. LORETTE, 462 Grand stroet, Williamsburg. TO LET OR FOR SALE?A NEW FOUR-STORY brown stone front F.nglish basement house, witlt all tbe modern Improvements, No. 194 West Thirty-seoond street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. Possession immediately. Apply next door, 196, or of W. A. JAQUES, 2.ST Broadway. TO BAKERS?TO LIT, A LARGE BAKERY AND store, with a back room aad two bedrooms, In a new brick building. No. 37 Forty-fifth street. Apply, on the pre mints, to JOHN RILEY. TO RENT-THE UPPER STORY OF HOUfiE NO. 85 Elm atreet, consisting of two rooms and-two bedrooms, suitable for a small family. Inquire on the premises. riness will he sola as it itamds, and tbe premises leased ti 1 tbe parties purchasing the business. It is a geod location aud no extra expeaee needed. Every satisfaction given to J parties w isbtng to purehase. For fai ther particular! applj w to E. J. O'CONOR. 77 Wall (tract. Thia is an eppertnait) woitby the attention of any person wishing to embark ins i s; fe and lucrative business. INSTRUCTION. Bookkeeping, ac?new students are daily received for practical tuition in bookkeeping, arithme tic, Ac , at RENVILLE'S rooms 2tS9 Broadway, corner of Pea lie atreet. Each pupil receive* separate instruction. Open day and eteuing. French language.?professor d. lag rot x, 2MJ Broadway, aonMnnei to rooeive new pupils for thorough instruction in the French language, Imparting to them the ability to eptak K with fluency and oorreotnete. Terms, in private elasa, $4 per month. Apply before M o'clock A.M., or after 6 P. if PARENTS. GUARDIANS AND PUPILS, SEEKING the best schools in eity or country, will find a large number of catalogues and circulars, and other valuable in formation, without cxpenso, by applying to E. H. WILCOX, U. 6. Sohool Agency, 293 Broadway, devoted to all ednoa tlonal orders. PENMANSHIP.?THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY anaonncci to tho citiiens of Now-York, Brooklyn, Williamsburg and Jersey City, that hit new and elegant rooms are now open, dty and evening, for instrnetion In penmanship and bookkeeping. A liberal deduction will be made to parties of three or more persons. Strangers may receive a courae of private instructions in ponmauahip in three days. Tho success of the pupil is guaranteed to-all, " old and young." For aale at the Academy, " Goldsmith's System of Penmanship," a large quarto, containing thirty six pagea, with instructions, price 25 cents per copy, or fire copies for SI. Copy book* for (chooli and academies. 91 per duten, or $10 per gross Also, a superior article of gold and metallic pens. Cards and circulars may be had at the roouii. No. 362 Broadway, corner of Franklin street. OLIVER U. GOLDSMITH. From the Home Journal.?" In eTery profession there is a recognised leading man?one whose pre-eminence is ao deci ded that nohody calls it in question. Among those who teach the art of writing. Olivor B. Goldsmith is Just that indisputably pre-eminent person, and recognised head of the profession." PRIVATE TRENCH LESSOXS.-A FRENCH GENTLE man of nobility well acquainted with literature in ail ite branches, would like to find some pupils, oither ladies or gentlemen, to instruct them privately In the French tongue. ) he most unquestionable references given. Address D. K. M., Herald owce. Spanish language.?a competent teacher of the Spanish langoago and literature will devoto e few hours to Impart private Instruction in the above Ian guage to ladiei and gentlemen separately. Translation properly done. Apply personally to 2S0 Broadway, roof No. 45, up stairs. rrHF. FRENCH AND GERMAN LANGUAGES. AS RE X quired for business and conversation, may be thorough ly learned, in private lessons, at 4*3 Broadway, noar Broome street, where new pupils will be instructed by the examined teacher. E. TELLEKING. HOUSES, CARRIAGES, AC. CARRIAGES?A LARGE ASSORTMENT ON HAND, at the manufactory and warerooma of tho undersigned, comprising caleiho coaches, caches, barouches, rockaways, I hn-ioca, wagons. Ac., A#.. for sale low, at least 10 per oeat below Broadway prices. MAJOR THOMPSON A CO., 24, 26 and 27 Wooiter street. CvARHT ACES FOR SALE ?TWO THREE-SEATED / Rockaways, hung on four springs; two two seated half top wagons, second hand: also one. socond band calache, worth SIM', and om ti.rec seated baroache, suitable lor the Country. H ill be sold verv low Apply to JOHN C. Ham, 356 Broadway. 130K SALE-TWO SECOND HAND BUEGT WAGONS, one open, the other ahiftiag top, both in perfect run ning order, to be seen at No. 19 Yeatry street, near Undoes una Canal. FOR SALE-TWELVE OR FOURTEEN SECONDHAND carriages, suitable for hacking. They are in good order, and will be sold cheap. Inquire at Cooper's livery (tables, either at 100 Charles street, or 123 Eighth avenue, corner or Sixteenth atreet. For sale-thb imported running stallion Arab Chief, Imported by Mr. Thomae Hart Hyatt, ex Cemul at Morocco, is uncommonly docile, and hai bans ridden by ladlea. To be aold at auction on Monday, the WTh Inst., at 12 o'clock, nt the Bataar stablea, 36 Crosby street. Can be seen until the isle at Dllk's stables. Mercer street, near Bleecker. For sale-twelve railroad carts, ten plantation er farm carta, eight two or four-horse farm wagoas, six two or four horse lumber wagons, and a large assortment of both double and single harness, carts, wagoas and harness, constantly on band at the manalaotery of MICHAEL MULLONE. Warren street, Jersey City. For sale cheap?a horse, harness, and brickcart, in conaeqncnce of the owner engaging in other business. Inquire at J. Udell's feod store, northwest oorner of Third avenne and Nineteenth street, or of A. Dixon, 190 Third avenue, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth street*. VTKW YORK HORSE BAZAAR. 31 CROSBY STREET. J-i Will be |s?>ld on Monday, at 12 o'clock, twenty-five horees. suitable for all business purposes. Also, harness, saddles-and coach, sevoral bueiiots wagons. Ac . Ac. JOHN H. OATFiELD, proprietor. INSURANCE. A STOR FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, NO. N Chatham street, corner of Duanr. At an tlecMsa held on the Uth inst., the following named gentlemen were duly elected directors for the ensuing year, vli ? Win. T. Pinkney, Jos. C. Appleby, ilcnj. Merrimaa. John A. Btrating, Win. C. Arthur, John B. Moresu, EliaaG. Draka, Fran. W. Ogsbnry, Ahram Dnryre, Peter D. Collins, Rliiha Brooks, Nash Mosenan, Daniel T. WilUta, John Leverldge, Wm. A. Brown, Elijah Houghton, John B. Dunham, Thos. Williams, Jr., W m. L. Conklin, Keener 11. Brown, (lee. U. Franklin, Peter U. Titus, Geo. B. Whitfield, It. nJ. W. Clapp, Andrew Brady, Igbert Scudder, Win. Cloa*. Wm. Evcrdell, James F. Freeborn. Stephen Pell. And at a subsequent meeting of disinters, William T. Pinkney, Esq., was unanimously elected President of tho Compsnv for ti e next year. R<>liJ, HART. IMHftfj. /sew Serb, Aprn ui, imcKiiLAfmvs. DON T MAD THIS? CASH PAID FOR OLD W-J tng paper, old writing booki. old school I oukF"" tracts, tickets, tarda, and ban IbilU, old newspapers. a vaata |>ap?r of every montiouable description, at No. 28 a. 27 Aoa street. basement. DB. WBSSELHORFT'S WATER CURE, BR ATT* baro', Yt. aonaiaeaa to reeoive patieata, for wkoaai cowry and ion fort the undersign"! pledge themselves ?pare ae pais*, that tiivv uai maintain Mia fame of aba t tabMahment. Its prot ideas far hydropathic purposes a anrivslled, aad ita sourly of pare soft water la ebandas a surely cool aad palatable at ad ?i asou, without the bio of lea. PR* F tTBlJBLllOKFT, PropvielH DR. K. J. LOENBNTUAL. Kaaidoat Physician. FOR APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS.?LF.ECHE fr. m Hamburg, bait Asiatic quality, vary cheap, by tl hundred, at J. 3AHM A F. SONNENBERGS, 21b U iltiia a "EI BENCH VKGXTABLI AND FLOWER SEEDS, a X all the best ppecie* ui< d tirictitu, alto a ob< ice eolle no"*,?- jreeanouae and gardes plants, Ac., f. r eels HRIDGEJIAN'b horticultural aatal iiahmoBt Nor *-74 I 878 Broadway. Xuritry at Aatoria, L. I. French dying and scouring establish ment Min? Dcachiux (112 Broadway, corner Uoustof ?tract, informs the ladior and pablic that thi.e eatal lichmea* so well known by <L?r auporiority ol her work, haa lately rij cc'.vcd new irnpr lainenta which enable nor to dye and elea at very abort uoiloe all aorta of wearing a; pare!. Gwnr WRITS TEaS AWD PROVISIONS-TO Cv ROC XRt? baker* aad familiea who par ^ B uM iid roTialoai for aa.h, and wiah to aee a groceries, taaa an p .i(;rlb.r respectfully ca'. rthc.rH omy in ao dolnF th tomebonis atore, No. tl Yessj SEn?"* wSmIM U., iroeeries, teas, prowiaUaa Ac., before purchasing elsewhere, and be convinced that thsj can buy cheaper than at any otbar establishment In city, for eaah, aa ha atill adherea io hia old system. not re quiring hia more honorable snrsomets te pay the rad aebta which are unavoidable in theeredit ayatem The aubaeriH^ flatten himself from a long experience in the baaineaa aac purchasing good* daily iu the market for each, from impawn era and Brit ban da, it affords biin many advantages tk*< many otbera la the banner* labor ander. who purchase i ?eeond or third uauda, each ualuug a per oentage. 3h% and aloop store* pat up at the ahorteat notice. If. H?? Ruuda doliaereil free of cartage. PETER LYNCH. LADIES' STP.AW HATS ?AN ENTIRELY NEW ANt very extenaive assortment of ladiea' and mieaca' straw Leghorn, Punttai le and Florence bonnets, may now be oh tained at the l'aria Mantilla Emporium. Ul.il. tulLPlNP Proprietor, 361 Broadway. ^ Leaky roofs -leakt and decayed roofs re] paired and coated with uietallio paint and warrantee water tight. AU orders received at BROWER'S roofing depot, No. 5 Second avenue, will bo attended to with des patch. VTEW PAPER HANOINGS.?THOMAS JONES, 3D1 it Orand, corner Suffolk street, New York, manufacturer and importer of paper hangings, ia constantly receiving all the new varieties of wall paper* and deoorntinns from the most eminent manufacturers in Europe, with the boat styles. .a imitation of marbles. productions?suth aa nultation of marl'losj *" " * residencesJ are employed. All work VarraatodT- rapir hangerwj woods, and froaco style* of panning for private residence betel*, public buildings, banking houses, offices, Jte.?i prices that will defy competition. The best paper hangs 4 ?J^EW FRUIT STORE.-BOO _ BOXES MESSINA . oranges, 800 boxes Naples do., 500 boxes Palermo lem ona. 900 boxes Mesaina do., and 300 bngs new crop Afrioa* peanuts, for aalo by CHAS. PARSONS, 100 Barclay street. Rich French and American paper ham* lags, at wboleaale and retail. Chillis A Smith, NoTtfE Pearl eareot. W indow cornices, largest assortment ia city, at wboleaale and rotail, by CSlLDS A SMITIL driti Pearl atrwi REPLATING.-OI.D ware repeated equal to now aad warranted, via.: spoons, forks, castors, oaku latkats, trays, brass stair rods, aad all metal artiules. Sent ' orders to the Silver Plating Factory, 212 Centre street, near Grand street. SHbW CASES.?HOFFMAN A FERESH'S SHOW CASE wareroom, No. !>7 Ilewory, near Walker street. Casta made in every ptylo?silver plated, brass, rosewood, maho gany, 4e. N. B.?Old oases taken in oxohange. STRAW GOODS FOR CASH.-TO CASH BUYERS great inducements are being offered on the purobase of straw goods:?100 canoe ladies' straw and laee bonnets, 25 do. misses' do; 10 do. imported Frenoh laoe do.; 10 Leghorn do.; together with a general stock of straw goods, will he sold low, for cash, by HOMER A KETC1IUM, No. 6CJoAg street, corner of William. TO SHOE DEALERS.?WM. H. ROMAIN BEGS TO state that he manufaetnree and haa eonstantly oa hand the largest and beat assortment of copper nailed and sewed shoes, and Invites inspeotioa thereof. In lots to suit par chasers. No. 122 Sheriff street, rear, near Houston street. TO BUILDERS AND SHIPPERS.?N. WHEATON. NO. 32 Canal atroet. wholsaale and retail dealers in doors, sashes, blinds, Ae.. haa on hand in hia warerooms a large assortment of the above articles, manufactured of the beet lumber, and kiln dried; inside and ontaide shatters, shatter blinds, Gothic and ciroalsr sashes, panel work. Ao.. of alt descriptions, made to order at tho ahorteat notice, and ia the beat mannor. Window glass and a general assortment of builders' hardware constantly oa hand, and for sals ah the lowest pricern PEIjiStJtJb. d>K nnn T0 *?.000 WANTED. FROM THREE TO tIPO.V/vl/ twelv% months, for wbioh good stocks will be given as collateral, and a high premium paid for tbe money. Address Benton, Herald office. $2 000 OR El,500 WANTED?ON FIRST MORT isgo on four valuable building lots, situate fA,UV/W gage on four valuable building lots, situal on tho corner of Third avonue. Apply to K. DE MOTT, No. 17 Sprneo street. BSIRNE A DEWITT.?EXCHANGE, 30 WEST STREBT. ?English silver wanted, at 24 cents per shilling: sove reigns, El So to $4 87; Cvo francs, 061? cents. All other for eign gold and silver bought at the highest rates. IiElKXE A DEWITT, 3d West street. INTEREST ON CITT STOCKS.-THI INTEREST ON tho public stocks of tho city of New York, due and pay able May 1, 1844, will be paid on that day by F. W. Edmonds. Esq.. Chamberlain of the olty, at the Mechanics' Bank, 33 Wall street. The transf.r becks will be closed Tuesday, April 11, at 3 o'olotk, P. M. For the convenience of stook holders, transfers will be permitted during the period the beoks remain closc l, to take effect lbay 1, l.Hof. Now York. April 7. ISM, A. C. FLAGC, Comptroller. Money -wanted, a customer with $10,000, to pnrchase an exclusive wholesale buelnesi, which will be guaranteed by the present owner to pay the interest of $50,000. Address L Herald otfioe. postpaid, with real name. The best of New York city references can be given. M ONEY. ? CASH ADVANCES ON- DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, silver ware, merchandise, valuables. and personal property generally, or bought for cash. Apply to R. WOOD, 00 Fulton street, second fl .. -floor, front issa, from 8 A. M. to ? P. M. TETANTED?A BUSINESS MAN, WITH CAPITAL, TO T T take a chare in a patent. The invention ia one or the greatest of the age, and weald bring a good profit in a few monthe, at farthest. Bunnell men will pleaie ad dree* S. L. Q., Herald oflic*. BOUSES, ROOMS, WANTED. A STORE WANTED, DOWN TOWN. IN THE FOURTH or rifth ward, adapted for a wholesale and ratail liquor (tor*. Addreaa A ft. C., Herald office. A GENTLEMAN WISHES TO HIRE FROM MAY 1ST. without board, tho front and back parlor, connecting, of a email hoaae. in a quiet location, and where there are no boardera No reference* (riven or required. Rent paid in advance. Address boa 866 Peat Office, ituting term* and location. VIRGINIA LAND WANTED?ABOUT 500 AI RES OF white oak and ahip timber land, of large growth. Sit ? u^ed near a railroad or a navigable (tream. Apply to E. 1)E MOTT, 17 Spruce street^ WANTED?BY A VERY SMALL FAMILY. IN ANY reapectable and agreeable part of the city, a amall houae; rem not toexeeod $.7)9; or part of n hovae, wi h at leaet one parlor on tho first Ooor. rent $350 to $100. Addrei* B. X.. Herald office "TITANTED?FOR A SMALL FAMILY, PART OF A YY good eiied houae, or the whole of a email house, be tween Fourteenth end Fortieth street*, and Seventh avenue and the North river. Addrea* O. It., Herald office, with particular*. WANTED?LOWER AND UPPER PARTS OF THREE bonaee,with basementa,between Bleeckcrand Twen ty-third atreeta. west aide, for moat reapeotable families without children Good renta will be given for anitable lo cation. Alao three honac*, aamo location. Alao two house* for boardinghou***. between Franklin and Bleecker atreota, W*X ... way, corner of White street. near Broadway. Apply to W. T. CAMPBELL, 3?0 Broad "YET"ANTED TO RENT?A PART OF A GENTEEL YY honae in eotnc good neighborhood, with sufficient roona for a email and vary quiet family of thre* persona and a tor - vant: no children. Kent not to axeced $250 or S-'hs) Ad dreaa H. H. B . llerald office, or Broadway Poat Office. ounuDro, ?c. CABTOFr CLOTH IN ??-$?2'Mt WORTH WaNTRB. The nigheat cosh price will k* liberally riven, in curreua money, for largo or amall lota of good left off clothing, of every description. Add-aea through poat, or call on JAMEA MORON EY. at hi* second hand stern, No. 11 Orange etroet, near Chatham. CLOTHING AND ri'RNITL'RE.?LADIES AND GEN tit men having any to dispov* of, ean receive tlie ulmoat value in rash by sending to the store 13 W?et Broadway Slaee and 5f Weat Hr'ndwny, or lettor per post. S. COHEN, [. B.?l.adiee attend*! to ly Mrs. Cohen. CAST OFF CI.OTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED? Persons having any t> dispose of can rcoetven fair price and eaeh for the same, or by sending per Po*t to |, M Diimv I dorf, 13 Elin attest L*dt*t attended to by Mr*. Dus**ldtrf CLOTHING AND FURNITURE.?PERIONS HAYING the aliovo to disro** of ena r*e*iv* a fair cash pries for th* lima by sanding ?r adira**ln* by peat to Mr L COHEN, 66 Elm ? riot. N. U - Ladies attended by Mr*. Cob?n. THE TRADES, ?C. A SPECIAL MEETING Or TIIF. MOROCCO SHAVERS and Finisher*' Awoeintion will tak* pla** at TYia*, Rice's, corner *f Catheriae and Madi- n street*, en Had neiday evonm* April IF. nt half past 7 o'clock, procisuly. COACHHAKER WANTED - A MAN TO WORE ON wheel* and carnage part* Apply to Major Tbompaon A Co.. 27Woo*ter street. 17IEEPF.R8 WANTED-TOR POWER MINTING l1 prMf*< Apply in the prsaaroin of th* Hwald offie*. K'OTICE ?PLUMBERS. ATTENTION'-A MEETING of the Journeymen plumber* of N'*w Yerh, Brooklyn. Williamsburg and Jeriey City, will be b*ld at Merphy '? t'aion Shades, Fourth avuune, near Fourteenth street, en Theaday evening. April l?. at 7I? e'oloek. precisely, to hear ths report of the special committee nppotnied te-confer with the employers. By order. PETER SCOTT, C hair man. Wih-iam Cnmo. Secretary STEREOTYPE FINISHERS WANTED?ALSO, TWO yonngmon who have seme knowledge of steraotypiag. to learn. Aqrply ?t the alereot) pe fonndrv ? Beekman (tree*. VINCENT DILL. S" ^AM^I^U^"Aa*^*NITrRR .-M ATM t W$ 6. STACY, 514 and 516 Broadway, reeelved ?rst slam me* (Tom the Crystal Palaee and A men. aa Institute forth* beat inH* of enamelled oh amber luraitur*. and invite the nubile to examine their extensive alack Salt* with hn'g mat%rea*c*. itraw palinsee* pillows and bolsters from $du. FURNITURE.?THE HIGHEST CASH PRICt PAIIT for furnittir*. oilcloth, carpet* feather bede and Ust* furniibinr articles of rvory description. Persons rr . i.ng nptown will please leave their oydera at No "I Gr-sinir' nvenne n. arllaak .'tjest, it FIT1! sj ft. WALTfcJt", ,Y U jnrUiea ftnvt.