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ItDTERTISEMEJiTS RENEWED EVER? DAY.
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t)|\t\ t\tU\ WORTH OF KKAI. Eh TATB r<lJl
'U.UUU self. on -itaton Island, near (VntrevillS,
Eaou. *v* 1 v e to one hun I red acres, In lots, beautifully *}tl4"
nte-1. within llieu minute* drive of Factory vule, New
?tighten or Port Richmond. Inquire of RTLINQ
Ai C AAA ?FOR SAI.F. Til E LEASE A>l' ft *
$4 0.1 HlU. nlture of "DC of the I;-t PWing nrst class
hotels on Broadway ; "no do far WAd**1, ai? >, a
? n Broadway, ?UI ?00. and an e*call?J ?? '' ' ' *?**
tho Battery, Vti,000. Apply to 11 A ROBINSON ? Nassau
??reel, up ?lslr?. ??_
Arc AAA ?FOR SALE, IN PHIUAD1LPHIA, A
#0.1 M MP. splendid large I ill lard saloon. located near
ttevcuth ami Che nut streets, btted up with a rich har, four
teen tal l. - at- I mrnisbed in tho Ust ?tylo. Ion* establish
i.l i>i*\s a largo annual pr- it. Apply to G.
.vs.: an (treat, New York, up stairs.
A ROBINSON,
A.) r/wi ?A SPLENDID CHANCE Foil A STA
Jtl.tH'o. tiontr Tho stuek and fixture* of a statiou
?ry an,i Man* book o*tal ii.hmcut, vary desirably located
aown tow n. toget her w th lease af (tore for one year from
the 1st of May will ho sold low if appliod for immediately
Addreit P. a. IF., ilerald oflioo. 1
AO AAA -FOR SALE FIVE YEARS LEASE OF A
gl?J.l M M f . tiuo large ttore and basement on Day street,
near Broadway alto, the lease of a Una rest an rant ami
siniti saloon, on lirst floor, near the i'arlt. splendidly lilt -.1
Bp ami d.inic n ttrst rate bn?iness. Apply to G A. ItOltlN
SON, 8S Nassau street, up st tire.
? A B vRGAIN -THAT H ELL BUILT COT
tnee bouse situated between Seiond and
?flird avenues, and but forty minutes from the City Uall by
tbe Fonrth nvenuo cars. Iloose contains nine finished
rooms, pinna in front handsome vonrtyard, Ac.; lot 30x100
?net. neighborheod good
R. I)E MOTTB, 17 Spruoo street.
"O gQQ -iJ0R SALE?A FIRST CLASS SALOON
nd reslanrant elegantly fitted up. now doiug
n largo and prolital lo bnsiness. situated on one of the great
eit thoroughfares in tbe eity. Kent nominal, and terms
anay. Apply toGEORUE \V. Slit ERS, ho Chambers street,
?eoond floor.
d?f) 4iAn ?roR SALE, THIRTY CITY LOTS, AT
WtAl'tdl/U . Prospect Hill, Fordl.ain. worth twice trio
amount asked, within five minutes walk of the depot; also
a splendid cut.try residence, beautifully shadNl, with
twenty lull lets. $o,0t>0; this is a I argaiu. Apply at 4a Ve
sey street GEO. P. S1.MONSON.
<2i1 inn ?FOR SALE. LEASE STOCK AND
$1.1UU . fittnres of 'he best suar store in Broadway
noar Christy A Hood's Minstrels, doing an extensive bmi
Kcason for selling, I ad health of the proprietor. The
stv. k will Lo sold at raluation. Apply at 48 Voscy street.
GEO. P. SiMONSON.
Wnnn ONLY. FOR a new cottage house
.171'" and full lot. on Ninth street, between Second
and Third avenues, South Brooklyn; $400 can remain fur
four years. Apply to THUS. CRIMP, on the premises.
<J?Qnn ?I'OR SALE, STOCK. LEASE AND FIX
?OUvtnres of a drinking saloon, well situated, grca.
ttior ugbfarc,doing a first rate bnsiness, good house, suitable
for boarders; rent low; capital basement, may be for a
rotaurant. lmiuiro at Coleman's shoe store, 22t? Cathe
rine street.
APfiO TO $5.000.?PERSONS FROM DIFFERENT
^tJU" States, or those willing to travel wishing a bnsi
Mia that will pay from $600 to $1,000 per month, have only
to call at SI Nassau street, room No. 4.
A inn ONLY.?FOR SALE. THE LEASE, STOCK
vgl'rUU and fixtures of a well known and profitable
bakery, sitnaied in the lower part of the eity, now doing an
wxteneivc business, and will he sold at a great bargain.
United States Real Estate Office, ho Chambers street.
GEO. W. SIMERS.
AO JT/\ ?FOR SALE ?A GENTLEMAN AJiOi'T LEAV
vOtlU. (ng the city is desirous of soiling out his busi
ness, Ac. The business is most gentlemanly, and now pays
ever $2,.'>00 per year. These are plain facts, ami may bo re
lied on. Apply to ANDREW llARKlhON, PdCouar street.
Aonn -FOR SAl.E?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES
?P*>v'"s ef the grocery store No. lOfl First street; a rare
ehancc for a person with a small capital, us it is now doing
a good business, and innit he sold. Apply on the premises,
or to THOMAS A CO., 102 Nassau street, room No. 9.
-FOR SALE. THE LEASE, FIVE YEARS
^)Ouv, and fixtures of one of tbe best located dining aed
oyster saloons up town, sitnale.l at the junction ol two of
the greatest business thoroughfares in tat city. Apply
te HOWES A HAMMOND, 81 Nassau street.
A RARE CHANCE?FOR SALE, THE LEASE. FIX
tures. witk or without Stock, oi a wholesale and retail
liqnor store. It is ono of tho Lest corners in the city of
Brooklyn. Runt low. The reason for soiling tho owners
A pply at 230 Fifth street.
have too much business on hand
New York
A BUTCHER STALL FOR SALE?INQUIRE AT TnF,
white house, corner of Concord and Jay street, Brook
lyn.
A SHOP. STEAM POWER, GOOD YARD AND RTA
J\ hie on tho premises, every convenience, to let. WM. S.
FORD, 280 Eighth avenue, near Twenty-fourth stroot.
A RAltE CfiANCB.?A TEA STORE FOR SALE, NOW
doing a good business, situated in the host business
street in Brooklyn, low rent, and fitted with every conveni
ence for wholesale and retail business ; also, a lirst rue out
?loor bnsiness, with horse, wagon. and every thing complete.
The whole would be sold at a derided bargain. Any one
wishing to engage in this bntiners uuar,|uaiutcd with it.
would receive all necessary instructions. Apply at tho State
Mills, 217 Fulton street. New York.
k GENTLEMAN IN SEARCH OF A BEAUTIFUL.
JtV picturesque building lite, can und tea acres of land.
A pioturesu ue building lite, can lind te
perfectly level, and fronting immediately upen the banks of
a river lending into Long I to aud Sound, two mites distent.
Tbe property is only one hour's ri lo from the city, by New
Ilavcn railroad, aud one mile from the depet. The premises
extend for a quarter of a mile upou the river, besides freat
ing upon the turnpike road. Oysters aud Isk are abundant,
as the tide ebbs and flows upon the banks ef the property
For a coni.try seat. few. if any sites in tbs Stats will com
pare. If built upon, will bo sold low Two thirds of the
purchase can remain on mortgage if desired. For farther
particulars rend address to box JiA Post Offico, New York.
Billiard table*, Ao. f?k sale.?'the rub
rentiers wish to cell the attention of purchaser* t#
their stock of billiard and bagatelle tables, tails, cuss
mares, sloths, brieves, eue cutters, pool bail-. pineeFren-.b
test here Ac . w hi. r are sold ten per ooiit eiieapor than wry
ether eeta l>.-.hnient in the city
LEONARD A BENJAMIN. 332 Broadway.
BriLDIN'O SITES FOR 8AI.E-AT SANDS POINT.
Long island, ou tbe sound, twenty miles Ir >in tho eity.
close to a steamboat landing, and combining tho nlzhost at
traction for a summer reeiJenoe. Applet . WILLIAM E.
LALOK, No. 24 H'iilUm street, room 13. New York.
B
ATH BOILER AND STEAM ENGINE FOR SALE.
Apply at No. 8 Tenth street.
CTOUNTRY 8F.AT TOE SALE?AT FORT WASHIN 0
J ton. two miles north of Manbattauville. about thirty -
Ave atres of laad, tegetber with an eaeslluet dwelling
Rouse. Tbcl and extendi from the Kingebridve ruad to the
Hudson river, and embraces a valnable water front. It is
beautifully wooded, of ?u excellent quality, and within
abont 1..VK f. et of tbe Fort Wasbinrtoa depot. Tho land
aujoinson the north the residence of Moataigme Ward. Esq.
and on the south tbe land latelv purchased of Col. Muncoe
Ry tlic Deal and l)euib lnstitetioa. Tbe place is perfectly
healthy, and the scenery mon htautiful it will etbar he
?old entire, or in plots of from two te tiro ai res Tu. house.
with from two to filu acres of laud, is offered for sale or to
C. 8. SLOAN E, 6v Wall street.
lit. Apply to
|D ? -RY RESIDENCE >OK SALE AT A SACK.?
k^Hiaoc.?A handsom Gothic cottage, and about two acres
ef . noice ground, most I cautlfully located at the pretty
T Ilige of Dcariuau. on the Hudson river, for sale, al a great
bargain and ou very nccoinm dating terms. Apply to Mr.
GREEN, 11 Wall street, room No. i>
DAGUEKKEAN GALLF.RY FOR SALE.-THE BEST
located gallery in tho city of Now V otk, known as
tbe bowery and Grand strec Dai uerrean Gallery, and do
ing an excellent bus.ness. will 1 o sold cheap. Apply at tho
gallery. 288 Grand street.
DRUGSTORE FOR SALE?WELL STOCKED WITH
drugs, established ten yeats. and now doing* good hust
ings, e.-.anurn. u 10-u jgua, >uu n i* ?nig * g?ou uu-i
ruut $1112. well suited for n physician, druggist, or Uer
pothernry Vrlts $-011, or at a raluntiou. inquire at
,i..>n ai otbera. j ^
Z3> Broome street, near Essex street
For sai.r-sevbn lots, with three stor
d(? briek dwelling houses there.n, in a Jesirablo loca
tien in the cKy uf Wifliamshurg. Terms e:ich; SEW
ta ??*!>. in quarterly i'?yiu?nt?. anJ the balance on
Wad ami mortgage for a term of years. Inquire of J
SPARKS. 62 John etre*t, New York, or A. FOLK, "Jo Oraq.
?trout, VV illiamsburg.
IVOR SALE?TWO HANDSOME THREE STORY
booses on l.atos, near Washington, ayonu", Brooklyn.
They are new, substantial and eoavunisnt, with wa'er ras
and modern improvements worth inspection; two thirds
winy remain on mortgage. For further partiaulars inquire
ml J. BROOKS, ,v? H i vision struct, or of roster A Loper, N o.
< Bauds street, Brooklyn.
FOR SALE?THE LEASE AND FIXTURES OF THE
hcuse and store X" I '-'J imb avur.i e. tire years lease
from the lirnt of May. 1"M It is a food stand for any bu'l
? ess Inquire en ino premises Poeseotion given iiuuio
?m;. I
Y.10R Bali tiii lease and fixtures of a
JP meat ai.u vegetable market, now doing a first rate cash
hnsiness. Inquire of W .VI DOl'iiHERTY, oorner of Atlan
tic and i'ourt Streets, or at Wall street fet-y, Hrooklyd.
IiVOK SALE?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A
' wholesale and retail liquor store, doing a good business,
in n pood part of the my. in Eleventh avenue. botwien
Forty third and Forty fourth atresia, went sol*. Also, a
horse, cai * and harn?su, as the owni r is goingi n toe country.
Inquire uf i HOB. CABBY, in Uw store
[j?OR BALE TI1E 1 F.ASF FIXTURES AF.'l STOCK OIT
id liquor store in tho Thirteenth wi
sniugten etreet. corner of Warren.
flOR SALE?THE FIRST CLASS HODfE 06 CO
lumlia etreet. Inquire of GEORUE ROBERTS, on
tii* premises.
FOB BALE?THE STOCK AND FIXTURE* OF A
wholesale and retail li.piur store auw detnr atirst rate
Y business Wonld make an oxucllcw. stand fortbi.ro
t business. Inquire of P. 14. McA V Or, b2 Criuoe street,
FOR BALE?THE TWO STORY DWE! LINO HOUSE
and lot, 144 Franklin street. Possession ,ivsn Itume
diately. Apply to K. A 0. L. fcCHU'l LER, No. 2 lias ver
etreet,
P>R* BALE -THE STOCK AND FIXTUBES OF A
furnishing an'1 hosiery store in a rood lucsli n This i
? ohauee seldom eflorsd The stack is small, and the store
has been establish! over six years. Satisfactory reasons
given for selling. Address Norton, box I,d4*J I'ost OBee.
?>R SALE?THE MARBLE AND FREE BTO.N'E
Monnment Werks. near the now entranoe to Oreenvrood
etery. This is a splendid chaece for a hnsiin-es man
Eight years lease ef two 1, t* house oonneeted with the
ssnif Apply to ANDREW HARRISON Real Estate 0'
den, 116 Cedar street.
F??
)R SALE?BIX AtREb OF LAND. A DWEI.LINO
_ house and ham aith frn,t tr?"?. tan mile. fr ,ra ,rer
?ey City, in Acquackanon. k New Jersey, on* mile from tho
Ramapo and Patterson Railroad depot lor particulars
Inquire of A H. PIER 466 Cherry street, New York, or ,>t
Uriah Van Riper, Acquackan >uck. Nsw.Jer-ey
TjTOR SAI.E?THE STOCK. LEASE AND FIXTURES-*.
Sr a clothing store in Hudson street. None but a c.t i
I oyer with S2.000 need apply to
A. B ( IIA5E. No. 16 Pork p'a
FOR SaJ-E? LIQUOR BTORE, NO 462 FKtlllil AVE
aue, hatc'somoly fitted up, and doing a whole tie in I
retail trade, tak.'#if dally ft", no better pia< ? in tb o; ,
1 art of the city Fill be traded f?r real c-tate. App<y
at the store or at lb.* ,0#"uom Vs A CO
l end and mortgage,
a aterial. Ae Inquire of K F.EI.k/* ^ "ALLAEY, No, J Nas
?an styest, from iv to i P. m. '
FOR. SAMB.
P)R 8ALB-A LIVERY STABLE. NOW DOING A
good I uaineaa, with seven yiul unexpired lease. Fi t
fa tficr information apply on the premises, 31 Third atroot.
. OR SAL*?AN OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG STORE,
r well located, in a pleasant part of the city, with lease.
S tliifaction will be given to persona wishing to purchase,
i ddress Druggist, Herald office.
L OR SALE?A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOR
L store, with three years lease, at al?w rent, in a first
ra'e location, with a well selocted and assorted stock, to any
i i e with a part cash and a part credit capital, a g"od chance.
11 desired, a young, valuable, and generally useful horse will
be told with the concern For tctuis. Ac , apply to
b WEENY A SHEA, counsellors, Ac., No. 57 Chambers
itreet.
TJ*OR SALE-TWO NEW TOP BUGGIES; ONE SECON D
JT hand open baggy: oue rockaway, two scats, for one or two
tunes; ouo rockaway, two scats, for one horse; one sorrel
hi rse, seven years old. sound and kind; one bay horse, seven
yi ars old, a fast traveller; one set of now harness, one stir
n 1 pony anil harness, lor a boy. one state coach Anply at
T. f) IfURBANK'S (Union Square) livery stable, 60 A (U
Last Fourteenth street.
L"OR SALE-TUE GOODWILL AND FIXTURES
I? with thne years Ita?e. ? f a porterhouse, d .ing a good
a first rate locality For particulars apply to
SMITH, 1A2 Seventh svsnue, bctwoeu Twentieth
l usiness in a
tt ILL1AM S_ _
end Twenty first streets.
f'OR SALE?THE FURNITURE, FIXTURES, AND
goodwill of the lenso of a boarding houso in tho central
part of the city, having now on hand between forty and
GULIUK, No. 7
part of the city, having now on hand hi
filly respectable boarders. Apply to J.
II, ory street, fr ni 111 to 1 o'clock.
FtOR sale?swimming baths, near tub city,
with accommodations for fifty persons, and in oomplete
order. A grand chance for a fortune Also, a hotel on
(?rsad strict: splendid locution, and doing a large end pro
fitable busier-- Also, seven thousand acres Virginia land.
Apply at 102 N asiau street, room 9. Thomas A cu.
BIOR SALE?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE AND
lease. situated near tho Girard House, Chambers
street; a grand location for a boarding house. Also, loaso
of house and store In Sixth avenue. Also, brick house in
East Twenty-sixth street, 84,lb 0, built by day's work. Ap
ply at 101! Nassau street, room No. 11. THOMAS A t'O.
OR SALE.?ON E S1XHORSE ENGINE AND BOILER,
1 one Ad mi's press, two hand presses, one standing VMS*,
and a large safe; also chases and cases. Apply to JOHN
DUGbAN, 154 W illiaui sir, ct, in the rear.
IjlOR SALE?A BAKERY, WITH A THREE YEARS
r lease and fixtures, situated in the Bowery. The above
will be rold at a bargain. Fur particulars inquire of G.
IIOLLET, j0 Delancey street, northwest corner of Kldridge
street.
?JjlOR SALE.?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A
_ will established nook and stationery store, in a leading
thoroughfare. Will bo rJld low In eomeqnenee of the ill
health of tho proprietor. This is n rare opportunity for
any person about to comjienco bnsiuoss. Address M. lb,
Herald office.
IIOR SALE.?THE LEASE AND FIXTURES OF ONE
of the l est fitted up public huu.-os iu the city, situated
r Collins' line of steamers. Inquire on the promises,
llC'Ur lUlilnf JIUU Ul gli'liuicrv. ?a* wsav |(iyuiir..o,
Democratic Headquarters. .114 West street, near Clinton
Market.
IriOK RALE CHEAP?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES
1 of a first rato retail grocery and liquor store. The stock
is light, ami the fixtures consist of counters, stand casks,
| kegs, oil cans, scales, &o.; will be sold separate or together,
j as ll.e building is to be taken down on the 1st of May. Ap
! ply to JAMES RYAN, 81 Grcenwieh street, without delay.
For sale, cheap?a lot of new shelving,
counters, and other store fixtures; beer pump. Ac , Ac.
Inquire of lilt. HUNTER, 569 Third avenue.
For sale in Brooklyn?a three story brick
bouse and lot, with basement and sub-cellar; house fill
feet front by 38 deep. Inquire on the promises, 91 Snekett
street. South Brooklyn.
For sali or to let-the three story texe
mciD. dwelling house, with stable In the rear, No. 50
West fifteenth street. The lot is 11 by 106 feet, the house
epaoii us, anil the stabls built expressly f?r a liv?ry stable,
now occupied as such, and a most desirable stand, and
well adapted f r a dab stable, and would be rented a' suck
separate from the house For terms apply to J. GREEN
? to DAVI" *
PEARSON, Nc. 8 Wall street, or to DAVIS, BROOKS A
CO., 26>i Broadway.
For sale at a bargain?thb four years
lease, stock, (which is light,) and fixtures of a liquor
store and barroom, with oyeters attached, an an excellent
corner, well suited fbr either liquor, grocery or general mar
keting business. Rent low. Will be sold on reasonable
terms. Satisfactory references given for selling. Inqnire
on the premises SS6 Second avenue, northeast corner of
Twenty filth street. a
For sai.f. or to let?the orient point house.
Long Island, formerly known as Oyster Pond Point
House, for more than lorty years kept by ('apt. Jonathan
1. Latham, deceased. The popularity of the house for so
mauy years needs no commendations. For particulars, in
quire of E. LYON, 4tiC Grand street, New York.
For sale or to let ?a fine four story and
la-eiuont brown stone front house, on Thirtieth street,
near First uvctiue. with Croton water, bathroom, range, Ac.
Rent $800. Price to sell 211,000. Terms easy. Apply to A.
C. LOOM1S. 1,128 Broadw ay, near Thirty-fourth aerect.
FOR SALE OR TO LET-TWO PRETTY COUNTRY
honses. a short distance from the Upper Morrisania
depot, where the trains stop tonrteen times each way daily.
lloth Looses have been fiuilt within three years, are well lo
cau-d and enclosed in large gardens. The society around ia
first rate, and the property will improve in value every year,
being withiu one hour s rido of the City IJall. They will lio
sold now at $1,000 and $1,200, or rented for $W0and $115.
Apply at 111 Broadway, in the basement, of Mr. GRWV
COCK8.
FOR SALE OR TO I.ET?A THREE STORY ENGLISH
basement house 161 West Thirty sixth street, with chan
delier, bathing tub, Ac.; a cellar at air. Kocheer s. llvut of
house $550 and State tax. cellar $400.
EDMUND J. PORTER, No. OCily Hall place.
/ 10AT FOR SALE.?A WELL TRAINED GOAT. WITH
vT harness and wagon complete. Pried fifteen dollars.
Address B., Herald ofiuo
House for sale, on clinton avf.nub. brook
lyn?A modern onilt brisk house, 97x50, six lots and
(table; has ga? and all improvement!; near Kultou Avenue
railroad, and liui.-l.cd in the best manner. Also, two smaller
houses, each with (table and two lots; Lave gas and all
modern improvements, and fine shrubbery in gardens. One
will be let. Apply to It. SA It J KA N T, No. 1 Jauucey court,
IV all street, New York, from 11 to 1 P. M.
H ERR KOE.MG'S cornet a pistons.?for salb,
four of these splendid instruments, manufactured by
lie-son A Coartuis. o: Paris, as used by him at U. Jullien'a
concert. l'rioe $M) each electroplated and complete in
morocco leather casei. Address bv letter, or apidy per
* "IERFF, 98
tonally, any day before 11 o'clock, to Mr. J. SCI1LK
Leonard street.
IRON SAFE FOR SALE?HERRING'S MAKE L\RGE
nils. Apply nt small front office, aceuud floor, Id Wall
alrcet, over Continental llauk.
IAUNDRT FOR SACK?SITUATE ON THE COR
J ncr of Eighth street and areuue D. together with
all tho fixtures, and one yenr'i lease from the nrst of
May. The laundry i? complete in every re-i-eot, and erip 1
tie of washing 400 dozen shirt* a week. To a responsible
party oho washiug of SOU dozen ehirta a weak will he a*
cnreJ. Immediate. poetetaion will be given. Apply at IS
Coder etroet, up stair*.
IONG ISLAND FARM FOR SAI.E.?A VALUABLB
J farm at Cedar Swamp*. L. I., on the North Hempstead
turnpike road, twenty miles from New York city and two
miles from tho village of Koslyn, which is cunnec'.od with
the city by eteamboat and stare running daily. The f irm
contains about ISO acres, is in high state of cultivation,
abundantly supplied wit), fruit uud water, and the buildin;*
are iu good repair. Will be sold whole or in lots. Stuck
and utensils will be sold if desired, and poiteaaion riven
immediati ly. Apply to W11.1.1 All K. LALOR, No. SI Wil
li.'t, Nt
liam street, room IS, New Tork.
Restaurant for sale?a dining saloon,
which is nt present doing a profitable trade, but on ac
count of the sick lies? of the | ruprietor it will be sold cheap
for cash, or will be exchanged for real estate. Address Hud
son River, Herald office.
11
A8PI3F.RRT AND OTHER TREES ? FOR SALE
heap. Apply at 113 Greenwich street.
SI FAM ENGINE. FIFTY HORSE POWER, FOR SALE
cheap?fitted on boricoetal irt u frame, w ith governors,
lee'', pump, cm ell gear, complete, in working order. Apply
to CHARLES MORRIS, No. 10U East Eighteenth street,
Third avonuo.
STOCK, FIXTURES. AND FIT! YEARS LEASE OF A
fancy dry goods and t"y store, will be sold cheap lor
uxsh. Apply at 33d Houston street, or ol A THOMAS A
CO . 102 Nasian street
TO DISTILLERS.?FOR SALE, A FIRST CLASS
grain distillery, in the vicinity of New York accessible
by vessels end railroad, with capacity f. r working four ?o
i fx hundred liu.l.els daily; all in corn: lete order, forma
easy. Iuqnire of FULLER A KELLOGG. 10 Water street.
rro PRINTERS.?TOR SAI.K, \ SECONDHAND 1!V
A druulie | ri ta. in good order, with wrought iron oylin
ucr and eight iut h ram. platen 27 x 30. Apply to K. IlUt ,t
t l>.. 2U and 31 Gold strevt
mo druggists.?FOB BALE, SIX LARGE CARBOYS
J or show I ttlos for winuuws. Will be sold cheap. An
ply at the nort..west earner of Grand and Mulberry streets
\J Al.l ABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AT ASTORIA.
L. I ?Store running through fr >m Fu'tm to .Mam
street, about ninety feel dwelling hous? adjoining. Fossos
lion given immediately. One half ef the pnrrhasu money
inuj reii am on iiend ard i\ rtgage For particulars in
quire of .! V. II LAWRENCE. Ii-* IVarl atreot, New
lork. or el C. A. CK1SSEY, on the premi es
INSTRUCTION.
18'^S T0 W,< -MR BRISTOW' a SELECT WRITING
inatitut a. l!"b Broadway, and at bia private re-v
di nee up town. Ladies and gcn'cninn know the lmp>r'
nnee of'a fr<o and beantifnl hand, BV Success (in urcd.
French taught by A professor, "Aparis." Cards written,
J1 per pa-k
O/'Q -OLIVER B. GOLDSMITH'S ACADEMY OF
OUk, I', ninanship and llookkeojdng. 962 Broadway, cor
nsr ol Framlin St., ojon day and evening far olasa and pri
rale Instruction. Lstd.is' writing class daily at 11 o'clook.
A LADY. CAPABLE OF GIVING INSTRUCTION IN
l French, Italian aid' music. or Trench, Italian an 1
drawing. Is wanted in a 8?uthern lestjtntion of high oha
racier. Terms at the rate <?f BKW and board for the scholas
ticycar. Address, postpaid, T. F. C.. Vt Amity etreet.
BOOKKEEPING. ARITHMETIC. AC.. TAUGHT BY W.
J KEN YII.LE.-2f0 llroav'way Kash student is ee
parateli and onrefaHy Instruct*.L whilo Ibn knowledge im
pelled to his Is readily available in practice. Open day
and evening. Torma reasonable.
?pARENTE, cTtARDIANS ANB' PUPILS. SEBkINU
I the l.svt schools in rity <?r en untry. wRl ted a large
r.emher of catalogue* and circular*. and other saleable in
fi rmation without expense, L vr appljla * E- " WILtOJ,
i.S Scunol Agency, Ji'3 Broadway, J, voted te nil ednoa
' onal ord rs.
?pBIVATXFUEN'CH I.ESSOVS.?A FRX'*cn (S*NTLI
I man ornobiHtv well acquainted with f> torntere in all
its branches, would like to und some pupils, ? ther ladies or
r en tic men, to instruct th--ra pri v at e I v in the Fr ench toegns.
1 he most uBnnestionahle reference* given Ada reM 1,1 *?
>? . Lerald oftne.
IJE3IDENT OR VISITING TEACHER.?A UADY,
? I fully competent to Instruct children and sdvane "J I">
i s In nitisic. Ercncb, drawing, and ail the English I re nul1
i , ?iflist for a re enga;"ii,cut : *!.*. had nearly six t\ *tA
, m tlcal experience of tuition mi, ?t r --pecLif !? faraili.-a in
New > ork, end from whom her re'ereates and teetlmonlak*
f a to eapaMttty. attention and ??. in., tor are n, ? 1 f.ili-cid
tory. Address Mist A lb Eft Math arena* Sixteenth st
'PAM0H LANG! AGE.-A COMPETENT Tf tCtiRR
' of the spmieh Ungues* and literature will devote s
w hoars to inipsrt pri nto lL-iru 11the ? one to ut iles
d gentlemen, separately. Transition* pr iperly done.
; ply per-onslly ai 2*U Broadway, room No. 43, up htair*.
quip FRENCH AND UtRMAN LANGUAGES. AS RC
A qnired for tuelnass and c >a?ervai. ti, r; t > ,? thorongh
it learned, in private tenons, ?t 4-i Broad t,.,r
f ro< me street, wncre Mv* P"| i > fill I e in ? - u t ! l.y th
CAXJwofJ teachtf, i? liL.LEKlNU
460
BROOMS STRICT, NEAR BROADWAY?
Rooms to lot, furnished or unfurnished.
A r. r.ROVE STREET, NEAR BLEEOKER.-A HAND
rttl mrno front parlor on first floor to let, with board;
house first class, containing improvement*. Location moit
desirable. No children taken.
A
_ SMALL FAMILY IIAVE A VERY PLEASANT i
Jx. honee. (ituated in Clinton plaec, near Fifth avenue,
who would like to take a few gtutlemen to hreakfutand |
tea. Re'ereuces required. Adorns* A. W., Herald office.
A SINGLE GENTLEMAN WISHES a ROOM, IN A
respectable private family, with breakfatt an l tea, be
tween Sixth and Ninth avenues, and from Sixteenth to
Tw rnty-tiftb street,! References ncLanged. Adtlxot* C. L.,
664 Broadway.
A FEW SELECT FAMILIES OR SIMILE GENTL I
men. can be accommodated with ple&aaut farnlipen or
unfiti nirhod room*, with board, hy applying at No. 171 West
Twenty fir it street, near Eighth avenue. Warm, cold and
sbow.r lathe, with gae, Ac., in tie honee. Reference* ex
? ranged.
4 GERMAN FAMILY, STRICTLY PRIVATE RESID
UA mg in Brookly n, ie willing Inlet a few handtoaely fur
nished rooiue to a gentleman an*; wife, or to sin.-le gentlo
nien. with or without hoard, fron the firet of .May. Terms
model air. Location pb- ?ant, and convenient to several
ferrier. References exchanged. Address F. A. 11., Herald
oilier.
4 FRONT AM) IIAt'K PARLOR TO LET, WITH OR
_/\ without hoard. They are ?eatitifully situated, and
newly furnished. Also, several rroins to let to a gentleman
or family Apply at No. 1,080 Hieadway, up stairs.
A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY DESIRE TO LET, FROM
the first oi .May, their s-coiai floor and front rooms -wi
third floor), in a first class house with private tm.le. i'hos*
w illing to pay a fair price f?r superior accommodations, wi.l
address II . Herald otfiee. Kolercnce* exchanged.
AST
J\ pe
S THE MOST DESIRABLE AND RESPECTABLE
rsons taking hoarders dscline cxpo-in; tbe.r house
as such in ptil lie. and our medium or advertising oecouiing
universal, hoarders can recelvoovery Information, and be
politely directed to such ftec of charge, by aoplylng at the
office No. 73 East Fourteenth street near L niou sqoaro.
A HANDSOME SUIT OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO
let. to one or two gentlemen, wuh partial board If re
quired, or will he let with use of kitchen to a small family
the house euutnms ga... batu*, Ac. Inquire at lid Waverly
place.
AN UNFURNISHED PARLOR ON THE FIRST FLOOR
to let?To u gentleman and hi* wife, or two single gen
tilth* n, in a private family; the house has ail the modern
iiuproen.cntF and ii contiguous to stage*and railroads. Re
ferences r> quired. Call at 146 West Twenty-second street,
between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
Y LADY WISHES A FURNISHED PARLOR AND
J\. I eurui in, with hoard, (gas and hath in the house.) in
the vicinity of liloeckeror Fourteenth streets, with a widow
lady, preferred. Hoard paid in advance. Address Colin
more, Broadway Post Oflice.
A SUITE OF NEATLY FURNISHED PARLORS ON
J\. the first floor, parlor and bedroom on the second, al-o
one or two single rooms, to let to siugle gentlemen. Inquire
No. 711 Franklin street, first house west from Broadway.
Apartments withboard-westof. and near
Broadway, a buck parlor and bedroom adjoining, on
fir-t floor, iu a first class corner residence, combining t -
advantage* of front and rear. Baths and gas. Apply at No.
hi Prince street. Possession given first of May.
Bachelors hall?a gbkhan gentleman,
tired of paying in New York boarding houses hip
priees for comparatively |i?ar accommodations, hae hongbi
a fine modern hnilt house in Clinton atrret, Brooklyn, ten
minntes walk from Hamilton ferry whioh he intends to fur
nish comfortably, and to opan on the if'th April, as a baohe
lor * hall, witk breakfast and tea and dinner on Sunday. It
will he i onducted in first rate style, and in a strictly gen
teel and quiet wanner. Those who wish te enjoy with htm
the advantages of a genteel, elean, agreeable aud eomforta
ble home, are invited to apply without delay; washing done
at the house; boating and aea bathing convenient. City
references given and required. For particular* addrcsa
Bui holer'* Hall, Herald office.
T>O^RD.?FAMILIES AND SINGLE GENTLEMEN
1) can be accommodated with p'oasaut rooms and hoard
at Mil Houston itrect. near Broad w ay. Alio, to let, a base
ment, luitable for a pbyilcian. Reference* exchanged.
Board-on the heights, within a few
minutes' walk of Wall street and Fulton street ferric*
A gentleman and his wife can bt accommodated with a par
lor and bcuroom on the second floor, also several single gen
tlemen can be accommodated. Apply at 130 Henry street,
Brooklyn.
Board?a furnished room and board
wanted, by a lady, w here there aru no other boarder*.
Addrcet M. S., Herald office, stating torms, location, Ac.
Board.-a parlor and bedroom handsomely
furnished, also rooms suitable for gentleuisn and thair
wive*, or single gentlemen, to let with board, in a first class
Lome, Ne. 37 Ninth street, near Fifth avenue. None but
these willing to pay a fair price need apply.
Board.?a parlor and bedroom adjoining
to let to one or two single gentlemen, in a strictly pri
vate family. The house has all the modern improvements,
Please apply at 37 Bleccker street.
Board.?to let, in a private family, in
Brooklyn, with no children or boarders, two handsome
rooms, ou the seconds floor, furnished or unfnrnished; the
house is pleasantly located in Livingston street, between
Smith and Hcyt streets. Terms desirable to agreeable
parties. Address A. M. C.
Board?two or three gentlemen can beau
commodatcd with breakfast and tea, at. 16 Stuyvcsaut
street. Kelerences exchanged.
Board?a gentleman and wife, or a few
siuslc gentlemen, can be accommodated with board iu a
piiiuti family, at 1411 Mulberry street, two doors from
Grand street.
Board.-a gentleman and his wife, and
two or three single gentlemen, can be accommodated
with plea.-anv rooms and board, at No. Jit! Wtv>l Nineteenth
street, trom the first of May, by applvlog at No. 203 West
Nineteenth street. The house is pleasantly located, conve
nient to ears and stages. References exchanged.
BOAKD.-SEVERAL GENTLEMEN OF RESPECTA
lilily, or n lady and gentleman, may have pleasant
rooms with hoard, at 113 Clinton place, between I ifth and
six tli av cuucs.
BOARD-GENTLEMEN AND tiieir wives and
single gentlemen can obtain pleasant rooms, with board,
at 44 14 est Washington place.
Board.?a gentleman and wife can obtain
a snit of unfurnished rooms, in a -trictlv p-ivate family,
in n desirable and convenient location in West Thirtesnth
street. Best of references given and required. Address A.
II , Post Oflice.
BOARD AND A SMALL ROOM WANTED-rOR A
lady, in a email family, where there are no other hoard
era; price of hoard not to he more than id per week. Ad
ore- M. W., Chatham square Post Otfiee.
Board up town ?a very fine suit of rooms,
newly papered, to he let, together or separately, t'ur
11 laired or unfurnished, in a house with all the modern im
proveruents. Terms moderate, l'livate table if desired.
Also, a tingle room. Apply at 3'.".' Fourth avenue.
"ifOAUD DOWN TOWN -TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
.IJ suitable fur a gentleman aad wife, or singl" gentlemen,
may he obtained with board, by tailing at 13d Chambers
street. Reference given and required.
Board in fourteenth strf.ft.?several de
ligktful rooms, with full or partial board, may be had
by a.drcsslug a communication to 27S Tenth street.
Board in Brooklyn-three or four gen
tlemcn eon have pit a ant rooms and partial board in
a private family at im Atlantic street, three minutes walk i
from South Tarry.
Board in Brooklyn ?rooms to let, wirii
hoard, holh furnished and unfurnished, in a small pri 1
cute hoarding house; situation very desirable, only a few
in in tit c .a walk from Fulton or Montague forriul. Apply at
263 Fulton street, opposite Clinton street.
Board in Brooklyn.?three or four gen
llemen enn have pleasant rooms and partial board;
alio a lady and gentleman can have a large furnished room,
with j entries attached. Only a few boarders taken. Ap
ply at 168 Adams street, near Fulton ferry Brooklyn. No
uioving on the 1st of May.
Board in south Brooklyn.-wanted, a few
hoarders, at No. 1HI President street, between Columbia
aud Hicks streets where they shall have au agreeable and
pleasant homo. The house la new and airy, aad situated
within three minutes walk of Hamilton arosuo ferry, and
ten of Swnth ferry. Tonus reasoual lo.
Board wanted?by a young lawf in a res
1 eclat le family, where there are few er no hoarders,
near Broadway, between Bleeeker and Barclay street. A J
dress B. M.S.. Ui raid olhce. Reference exchanged.
])OARD WANTED?FROM THE FIRST OF MAY. BY
J a gcutl man. wife, and child three aud a half years old.
A genteel private family preferred, in the vicinity of St
John's park: or w,.ii)il tiku the lower part of a'modern
house, on the west ride, at a reasonable runt. Address P.
(j., herald othco.
ijoAiin wanted?a gentleman, wife and
J) nephew require a third lory front room, bedroom ad
l ining, and attic er pait of one, in a respectable quiet
1.mile, with urc i f bath in the neighborhood of lllcecker
i-trctt. Address oMico No. 6. 33 John street. References
given and required.
Board wanted-in iioboken, by two gt-ntlk
men; two single rooms or one large ono, with breakfast
mid tea, and dinner on Sundays, a respectable private fam
ily preferred. Address W. li . Herald office.
Board wamf.d-vor a gi ntiemast, wife, and
child, two year? old. (partial board for the gentleman,)
w here there are few hoarders, and within fifteen mlnntis
w a Ik of the City Hill. Terms not to cx-eed AW por week.
Undoubted rcterenre. Address K Hoarding, Herald ofli o
I10ARD WANTKD-FOR THREE YOUNG LADIES
J J whose employment is out of the tinnse, in a respectable
hoarding lionge. Terms not to exceed >3 f.% per week Ad
dress A. 8. K., stating terms and location, Broadway Post
Office.
Boa rd wanted-by \ i;kvti.i man, wife, in
fant and nurse, in a private fainilv or good boarding
t lo use li-fercnee given and ro-fuired. Address E. 31. IF.
I Herald oflico, stating what rooms, furnished or not, and the
; price.
B<MR~WANTE~D-rOK a OKN'TI.t.M.AN AND WIFE
wlth'n one hour's r Je of ths City Uall, for the season
if satisfactory. Address IV. P. Lb Herald office, for two
, d?r?
Board wanted in iioboken, in a private
family?? room with bed roam, for s lady and gentle
man, with tall hoard for the lady aud breakfast and t -a for
the gentleman Reference given and required. Address
A It li \ fflf h- ew > ork Post Office.
Board wanted in brookltn-in a atnionr
private family, for a genFl. man, two lsdloa two eUUd
j ren aad servant, wtHdn ten or fifteen minutes walk of the
! Fulton fei ry. Three unfurnished roouis will he required
! lisfrren. OS exshangoh Address bo* 1,348 Foot Office,
| stating terms and location,
BOARDING?SOME OF THE MOST DESIRABLE
roorosin ike Oriental Hotel will soon bo vacated. Fami
j lies or single parsons spending the summer in t iwn will tied
rooms end board to suit at this quiet establishment, by
early application t* the hens#, 43 Lafayette p'aoe, between
Fourth stiect nn<! Actor place.
HOARDING?LARGE FRONT AND BACK PARI.OR4,
on the firs! or "oi n 1 Hi oge, rig. ahlr for gentlemen and
their wives, at S . i, AldagAoo s-,iiags. wost side. N.U.?The
house conta.ne bath and gas.
BOARDINO-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAS B*
aceomm.idatcd with a largo fr--iit roodi mid pantry, on
the s#e ^nd floor, pith board, by aj plying at 84 Henry st.
BOARPTNO?1 Ai?t.F, PARLOUR ANI> RWaLL ROOMS
to let ffr-m t'r 1-,'of May n?\t. st i* Morton street,
corner of Hud-m street Would pr?fcr to let the large
rooms 01.furnished I,. ,at'0B **ty p'rs-jrt. end -hsr/e-i
mideraf". tan and sfsgir | 'AM the door every minute No
^oiing the ]ft of Mny. I
CANAL STREET, TWO PAR
?5 i0f, k_jH<iJroon?? attached, furnished, suitable (or a
^^allumeQ, from four to lis; also siagle roouii. No
mov&v *? 6rst of May. Term* moderate.
BOARDING?A PRIVATE FAMILV CAN ACCOM Ro
tate a gentleman and hi* wife with a room or rooms, uu
famished, witb board, in a tint class bqusa. and in a vcy
desirable location, not bfteen minnte* walk from tbe ferries.
One or two single gentlemen can be accommodated with
fnruiehed rooms and board. Inquire at UK Willoughby street,
Brooklyn. Reference* riven and required.
Boardinc.-a suit op handsomely yurnish
ed rooms on tirst floor, communicating, will be let. witb
or without private table, in a honse pleasantly located, bas
ing the modern improvements attached. Apply at 1*6 Ninth
street, between Broadway and Fourth avenue.
Boarding.?a pleasant room in a small i?i*i
oein'/lcTn'tf 'l t wit,'I,full|0r partial board, to one tr
Pl#aJ?ad/,^i i S?f Bru-?Jw?y an l F?nrtecuth street.
Flissv address J. W., Lmou square Post Oflice.
Boarding.-a neatly furnished front
and back parlor, with board for lady and gentleman,
full board for lady, in a respectable atrcct aud pleasant lo
i at ion, west side of Broadway, in the immediate vicinity of
St John's park. No moving on 1st of May. Hoard money
required weekly in advance. For particulars address Emily,
Broadway Post Office.
?
B
OARDING.-TO LET, IN BROOKLYN. TO A SINGLE
gentleman, a furnished bedroom, with partial board if
ired. within a few minutes walk of Fulton, Catharine
Bridge street ferries. Apply at 196 Bridge street, Brook
ly?L_
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JJOARTMNG IN BROOKLYN.-AN AMERICAN
Boarding, at fi-i* bkoadway ? two gentle
men can be accommodated with parlors aud bedrooms,
with board, alto a single room, for a gentleman.
_^ lady, without faintly, residing in Hudtou ave
nue, opposite to 377, (no No. ou house,) will let oue pleasant
room to a gcnticmuu and wife, or to a single lady, nnfur
sislied. with lull or partial board, or to two gentlcuieu
without board. Please Inquire on the third story, frout
room The house is new, aud tbe hall and stairs will bo
iarnisbeu.
Broadway and tenth street?single gen
tie mm and gentlemen and their wives can now obtain
splendidly furnished rooms, singly or in suits, with break
fast and tea if desired, in that new and spacious house 763
iircad' ay. Entrance 13d Tenth street. Reference given
? nd re Hired. No children or servauts taken. \ ? ,,||j
ncd ccetly furnished suit of parlors fronting 3 II: i lway
now vacant. Early a] plication necessary for choice of
uoir.i
riOVNTRY BOVRD FOR CHILDREN.?A LADY. IN
v.' tending to reside in one of tbe most healthy locations
< n Long Island, during the rummer, would take under her
entire < nr. a liuiitt d number 0/ small children. Those wish
iug to place a child under maternal carc for three of four
mouths tuny address Child's Friend. Herald office. Refer
ence given aud required.
/"10CNTRY BOARD ?A SMALL FAMILY DESIRES
1 oard where few or no other boarders are taken, w thin
tin hour's distance fre.m the city. Good plain fare w ill !??
required. Address I). L., boa 253 New York I'ust Office.
1.W6TERN EXCHANGE?FAMILIES CAN OBTAIN
I'd rniteB of rooms, furnished or unfurnished, with board,
abo single rooms for gentlemen, on reasonable terms.
L. BLAKELOCK.
Franklin square hotel, 32* pearl street,
is furnished entirely new, since the lire, and boat ding
can Lc had unreasonable terms. Single bedrooms, with or
without beard. J. RUC'ASTLE, Proprietor.
Furnished booms, with board, at ta west
Twtnty Lrst street, corner of Sixth avenue.
Furnished rooms to let.?two rooms to let,
lurnisbed or unfurnished, at No. 181 Walker street, tw
doors from the Bowery, west fide.
I BURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?IN SUITES OR SEPA
' ratcly, with breakfast If required, at 141 Ninth street,
tuird door from Broadway, and also at No. 6 College place
IAURNISI1F.D ROOMS TO LET TO SINGLE GENTLE
' men. without board, In a private family, at 1*3 Frankliu
street.
URNISHED ROOMS TO LET IN BROAD WAY, ABOYE
m. llroome street, opposite the St. Nicholas, suitable for
duglc gentlemen; the roome communicate, have pantries,
;us, Ac. Apply at 503 Broadway.
F
FURNISHED APARTMENTS?A LARGE FRONT
room, and a neat hall bedroom on the second floor, to
let to two or three single gentlemen, without board, iu a
private family. Location desirable, near St. John's park.
Apply at 133 Franklin stroct.
Furnished and unfurnished rooms to let?
To gentlemen without hoard, with use of bathroom and
gas Apply at Mrs. Sheffield's 3s0 Fourth avenue. Reference
given aud required.
Furnished rooms.?two large parlors to
let to a party of gentlemen, or one parlor, with or with
out a bedroom attached; also, a dentist's office, well estab
lished, at 108 Grand street, tirst block west of Broadway.
Furnished rooms to let?on second, third
and fourth floors, to single gentlemen or small fami
lies. or for genteel business, at tiO White struct, a few doors
west of Broadway.
(GENTLEMEN AND WIVES. AND SINGLE GUN
T tlomcn, can obtain board, within three minutes walk
of Hamilton ferry and six minutes walk of South ferrv.
Only select persons taken. Please cull during this week,
before moving, ut No. ti Summit street. Mastic house, north
of llicks street, Brooklyn. Terms moderate. Rolerunco*
exchanged.
Handsomely furnished rooms to let?in
suites or separate, with hoard if desired, to tingle gen
tlemen or a gentleman and wife, at 7U3 Broadway, between
Eighth and Niuth streets.
Rooms wiTn board.-a gentleman and lady
cau be handsomely accommodated with two front
rooms, second story, furnished, in a private family up town.
IB,uie new with all the modern improvement. References
required. Address Raymend, Herald office.
Rooms, with board ?very desirable rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, may ho o> taincd by applying
at 101 West Sixteenth street. Hot, cold, and shower laths,
SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN 1!F. ACCOMMODATED
with pleasant rooms anil full board. Day boarders
can be accommodated also. Call at 133 Chambers street.
TWO HANDSOME PARLORS ON SECOND FLOOR TO
let, furnished?Suitable fur a gentleman and lady, or a
party of single gentlemen, with or without board; also, a
single bedroom. Location pleasant. Apply at 73 Variok
> treet, corner of Canal street. Would bo let for a light gen
teel business.
TWO YOUNG LADIES (SISTERS! WISH A ROOM
and board, in a respectable private family, in this city
or Brooklyu. References given and required. Address
A. X., Herald office, stating location and terms.
Three or four single gentlemen, or a gen
tleinau aud his wife, can ho accommodated with single
or double rooms ou the third floor, with full or partial board;
modern improvements; only live or six boarder- taken fam
ily private, location dosirablo; cars and stages near. 303
Twelfth street, second door from Second avenue.
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[/"ANTED?WITB A LADY LIVING ALONE. OR A
? small quiet family, in a genteelly located house near
Broadway, not higher up town then Twelfth street, a suit of
rooms, or parlor and bedroom, for a gentleman and lady,
with full board for the lady. Address Estelle, Broadway
Post UfflO*.
"WANTED?BY a GENTLEMAN AND niS TWO
VV sisters, rooms with board for the ladies only, iu a res
pcctaMe private family, or where there are but few other
1 oarders, with use of piano. Terms must be moderate. Ad
dress Three, llerald Office.
Viimcuii.
4?7K nnn?cash advanced on diamonds,
4 tf.UU". watches, jewelry, sogers. pianofortes mer
chandise, and personal property generally, or the same
bought for cash, on liberal and confidential terms, at No. 83
Nassau street, up stairs, over the dining saloon.
ACA flfWk TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS. AC.-THE UN f,
V'dv/.' 'v'U detsigned.having renewed facilities, would
solicit a sontinnaucs of patronage ia their general agency,
loan and commission business Stocks, notes, bills of ot
change, bonds anjl mortgages, Ao., bought and sold. Stocks j
of goods.stocesand leases, disposed of with despatch. Mouey
Icanel on personal property, at llh! Nassau street, room 2.
THOMPSON ACQ.
AAA TO 910.0U0 WANTED.?TI1K l'ROI'RIK
5)t/?ovU tors will sell oue halt or tho whole ol their '
splendid establishment on the corner of Broadway and i
Eighth street, called the Allen's lleuse. It is well etiod up j
and is in good order for doing business. The lease runs
nine years from May next. It will be sold at a great bar
gain. Any person having tho above amount of capital and I
wautsan hotel oi restaurant, can have a chance now that
is seldom ottered in this city, as the proprietors have more
extensive business to engage in.
11 ALLEN A CO., 731' Broadway.
<*>r AAA crvstal palace stock and third
iJ^Os'/U' ' Avenue Railroad Stock, will he takon at an
auvamo on the present prices, for a superior dwelling bouse
in South Brooklyn A great chance to make money oy buy
ing the stock to exchange for the house at t!,e cash price.
Andreas S. L., box ihilt cnatham Square Post Office.
as nnn -CHESHIRE glass stock-for sale.
fltty shares of tho capital stock of the
Cheshire Glass Company, Address, stating price offered. 1
Chotbire, lleruid office.
(JO nnn SEVEN PER CENT IN
tJpwL.UUVr. t? rest, three mouths Undoubted se-urity
given. Tho lubscrtber, desirous of raising the above amount
will treat with parties having the same to loan, in good
faith, by sending their address to Patent, iiroadway Post
Office.
Ci'>nn -WANTED, A VOUNG MAN TO ASSIST IN A
Vt-iU V7. s<>.?r store, and attend lo out door aales. A
p.rsou who can loud his employer $300 may hate a good
situation, or a man having A'sa) would be taken as a partner.
Apply to UOM Es A UAilVlUND,81 Nassau street.
&inn TO $130 WANTED?TO 11K REPAID. WITH
Vie''' iniereet, oitber by monthly or quarterly pay
iu?-;ita ?? Ore lender may desire. Two policies of insurance
ou iito of borrower will he assigned as security for aoove
loan. Address W. 8., Herald office.
/ ' REAT 1IK8SI AN STATE LOAN OF ?fi,7i'.,000, TO 11E
\J reimbursed with T18.1k* 310, or ?2,1'W,0 ?i sterling.?
This loan is guaranteed by the government, and eontraoted
by the eminent hanking house of Musses MA.Von R all.child
A Sons. In Frankfort en-tbe Uasu The following capital
n u*t be ebtained, via.:?14 of (40.IIUO, a of M&.thXl. 24 o f ATI, ?
<111, M? ol f8d*.W, OU of $4,000, fit) ef Al.tdW, Lit) of $1,600, and lwj
of tl.OW. The smallest it fo*. The next drawing will take
place in June, IHftd. The priee of the shares Is as follows:?I
share f< r ?1 sterling, C shares for ?o, 13 shares for ?10. SO
shares lor ?181. 82 ehnros for ?4U, and 137 shares for ?1).
Kemittances ean he made in Anverioan notes of &'>, or ?1
lank notes, hills or drafts on Knrope, Ac. Each sharehold
er will roc eft* the prospectus, with fnll particulars; and.
after tho drawing, the list of the snecesstul members, which
will also be published in the loading journals. The divi
douda will he puld. in cash, at Frnukf.srt-on tho Main. Paris.
London,T>ew Vora, or any city in the world. Apply with
out to lay to Messrs J. a. Sehwartiohlld and Sens, bankers.
I rsuk/ort on the. Main. Germany; or their house. Messrs. A.
Sellw arti' hild A Co., No. 2*1 l.erafitrcl street, London. Remit
tan, es which arrive too late will he retnraed to the sender;
or, if he desirisit, shares In the nest distribution will he
I.awarded. Hanking business in Knrland ai d Europe trans
ucitd. Ala., alt others lor merchandise carefully attended
M.
J MEREST OA CITV STOCKS?THE INTEREST ON
the pnl lis stocks of the city of New Turk, dot* aad pay
able May 1, 1k>4. will he paid en that day by f. W. Edmunds,
kstp, Chamberlain of the city, at tho Mechanics' Mauk, &>
M aii street. The transfer books will be closed Ta, suay,
Ap'il 11, at* S o'clock, J'. M For the eonveniijnao of siooa
belucrs. transfers will he permitted during ,h* period tin
hooks remain closed to tale effect May I, 1m4
New Vork, April 7. 1 A. C. FLAUU, Comptroller*
Monet at ** broadwat-casb adva^cis
| made on merchendlss. Jewelry Over ware watebss
i vmopds pianos, or sny ether property, also 'he abevr
bo?,*ht for ca-b Hrtsincss conltdsn'ial mP Hyoadwey op
?'?irr /|9? E'# b t clock. The bishest ire-r t,a>o i? i ?*b.
CH1AP IRON BEDSTEAD8, BEDDING
mattress**. elastic palliaatert, Ac.-Theae health, h.il
?re the beet bow eold; Iron bedsteads, all *.?????
hard maitreuei altered to spring mattress*. ' ?h." '
J. McDOWD'S new warerooms. j^TBroacbaa*' at
CANADA STRAW HATS.?1,500 DOZEN J 1ST KK
ceived, a prime article. Al?o two ea.es mantilla larJ.
for rale by GAYNOH. MACDUNALD A CO., 174 anil 17d
Pearl rtreet.
French oas fixtures -u. dardonvilli, m
Broadway, bogs to invlt* and recommend an early in
spection of hir .pring importation; hie etoclt i?, beyond com
parieon, more varied, elegant, and exieniire than that of
any previous seaeon. Great variety of mu-hauioal earceL
and moderator lampe, clocki, oandolal raa, statues, brouiaa,
and biecnit figures.
TjlURNlTPHJE.?THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID
V for furniture, oilcloth*, carpeta, feather bode and boons
furnishing articles *f'every description. Pcraona residing
uptown will pleaea leavetheir ordera at No. 91 Greenwich
avenue, near Bank direct; or apply to R. WALTERS, No .A
Division atreet.
Grapes -j. p. wilson, the propagator an?
exhibitor of the charter oak gripes in Now York for a
lew years part, would ruepcctfullj tay to hit frlonda that he
baa a lew more of thoae beautiful roots for tale; many of the
reaper grow to the monstrous aire of an inch and a half la
ammeter. This crape it perfectly hardy; it needs no prute*.
lion in winter, it ripens in the Northern and Wester*
. tat ca from ti.e let to the 25th of September. For oalinc
preserving, Jellies, or wine, there are no better grown,
llu se Wishing roots of the above will please send in tbeig
2"1 ra soon. All ordera addressed to J. P. Wilaon No I
Scammel street, corner of East Broadway, will moot with
prompt attention.
fT 'iAr?,K 8 V E_J-\,!'OTS TO sl7'T PURCHASERS.
*? I th\rU;rib", 1C ' UAJ' ERON, lie Wall street!
near Brooklyn ferry. ?
Highly important to those who are about
to have sti res, offices and dwellings litted un ?As the
first of May Is approaohing, and many of the inhabitant# of
our mammoth city find it neocseary to move, the general
in juiry ia, "Where shall I got acarpentarf'- A.Thav.
been iu the bpcineif a number ofyeari. an J know the want!
of oar city, I keep a lar^o number or inon employed and
am prepared to exeeut?< any order promptly ?
J"; 279 West High teen th street,
er I ox (.J Mechanics' Ixohange. 5 Naesan atreet
TMPORTANT TO LADIES AND GENT! KME V -PER
A sine dcvireuB of having lasts made to tit the feet, will find
it to their advantage to call at L. INGI.EE'S leather and
stre ts e'0"!' Grand street, between Mulberry and Mott
T ADIES' STRAW HATS ?AN ENTIRELY NEW AND
XJ very extensive assortment of ladies' and misses' straw
1 eghorn Dunstable and Florence bonnets, may now be ob'
tallied at the I aria Mantilla Emporium. GEO. BULPXN,
Proprietor, 3C1 Broadway. ???*?.
V"EW PAPER HANGINGS.?THOMAS JONES, 391
AT Grand, corner SufTolk street, New York, mauafaiiurer
and importer of paper hangings, la constantly receiving all
the new varieties of wall papers and decorations from the
most eminent manufacturers in Enrope, with the best styles
of American produetions-su:h as imitation of marbles,
hot.l!' ? sH!?,v0?VfI*,0,vpatetin8. fur Private reaidoneea,
i or , 'ii j 1 ''' hanking houses, offices, Ac.?at
prices that will defy competition. The boat paper hangers
unemployed. All work warranted.
V'W FRUIT STORE.-*00 BOXES MESSINA
on. wE*?8*1' hoxes Naplea do., 5oo boxes Palermo lem
ons. 304? boxes Messina do., and 300 bags now crop African
paanuta. feraale by CUA3. PARSONS 100 Barclay street.
XT-OW IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE CHEAP LAMPS.
lilJfli'";? ',*? ou liaDd ? and well assorted
ato.koflamps girandoles, vases.'Ac., which he oilers at
J-RANriu1wml's "VSX g?th"T "?a?)lIshmont in the city.
Hudson street. Canal .atreet, three doors east of
On ! COME TO TIIE BOWER
at midnight's honr,
Tho liuga (hateful brood ')
Suck our innocent Mood.
For r.tnaruel Lyon is this invitation,
v vnxr terrible foe of tho insect creation.
L.1 UN guarantees the extermination of every lneset in
any dwelling by means of his poisonless Magnetio Powder
netlc pfl'li*liei'oI?aas*it? " Snlcklw destroyed lyy his Mae
dclphia.a 1 424 Broadway, and 83 Dock struct, Phlla
RKri'-TI?G'~0,iD REPLATED EQUAL TO
new and warranted, vu.: spoons, forks, castors, oake
Arderffi1 tn IfI?m FM?i tr ro1?>? an* a11 nsetal articles. S*a4
Grand ?mt. ' aoto"' 212 c,Btre Kroat. near
CHOW CASES-HDFFHAN APERESH'S SHOW CASE
O warcroon, No uj Bowery, near Walker streot. Cases
Sffiv Ae ?N,R^!nTf v'i*4, l,ra,g' "Hwecd, mahe.
8 c c>l?*a tnken in exoAange.
?ntTmsry ?Sctac^mJkar't^hS'lJj
02 Bow* ry', rcw' tho Aster House, and at
pORTlBLE STEAM ENGINES-THE SUUtCRIRH
PURIFY THE BLOOD.?AS SPRING ADVANCES IT
is important for all persons to take some t;ood ?ilto*-ativft
or purging medicine-souiething to aron"e the svnem IS
renewed Tfgo,, to stimulate thS lirer, free the sttn fra
morbid eruptions ana the blood from all unhealthy humors
By timely caution in this respect the fatal fevers and ^wfi
complaints prevalent in summer may often be nr^veateri
In a country like our own, whore it is not always msX?.*
21K il'f procure the attendance of a physician the
the hon:.t ,?t K' medicine, .hould'hi kept ii
gcn<de? For tb<>ca.ru fa^'y to guard against im.r
would stale thl* uSy^uf75a ta?D?*M^iKSrtft-1?32
taa" e! "whilj It It ad Ihfl?' lu"' U ,lc'igfitfnl to tho
cu^aMaintTro'm'thi
.?ifVfc.'a/jiKya. auass ?:/??.
m rvar. asar Homatoa stsAl
AND SHIPPERS.?K WHEATOH vn
assortment of thsahovs artieUs m?nffi7ta?d?of ii\ t*8!
TO FARMERS AND GARDENERS.?1TUE POUDRETTK
uf the Lodi Mauntactnring Company is the cheapest,
ttrougest and boat manure in the world for raising quick
and early] crop*of garden vegetables, and two barrels ($3
worth) will manure: u acre of corn%nd eause it to come up
earlier, grow faster and .1 iuld heavier crops, tnan any other
manure. It contains no'seeds or woods, is perfectly inodor
ous, and the labor of applying it?owing to the small quan
tity used?is scarcely auything compared with other bulky
manures. A patnph. -t containing ii.st ucti ?< for us", and
certificates from larmcrs who have used it for years, will fee
given to any one applying for the same, gratis. Price ?:! per
barrel np to 10 barrels: 10 barrels and over, $1 AO per barrel,
delivered free of charge anywhere in the city. Office of the
company, 74 Cortlandt street, up stairs.
WANTED.?ON RECEIPT OF 2SCENT8 OR STAMPS,
v 1 1 will send priutod instructions in various branches,
that male or femulc can. with industry, realise from SID to
per week. Address Dr. Goldsmith, box No. 30 Metro,
politau Tost Office, No. liid Ninth street. Now York.
(ioocbs, KooMtt, <wc., v^rntB.
A GENTLEMAN WISIIE8 TO HIRE FROM MAY 1ST,
without board, the front and bask parlor, connecting,
of a small honss, in a quiet location, aud where thero are
no i warders No rsfartacet given or required. Kent paid in
advanco. Address box SCd Post Office, stating term* and
location.
House and furniture wanted -a genti.b
man, with a small family, wishos to hire a small gen
teel house, in a quiet and rcspeetable neighborhood, and
purchase the furniture, which must 1# very good. Location
ucrired below Eleventh street. Address box 3.J52 Post
Office, giving full particulars as to rent, price aud quality
of furniture.
IOFTS WANTED?ONE OR TWO SUITED FOR AN
J importer of laee g iods location between Warren and
Liberty streets, near or in IlroaJway. Ilcnt from fI,AM to
fiUbO per annum. Address Importer, box 8.380 Post Office.
JTi: .)! POWER.?WANTED. FOUR OR I IVK HORSE
IJ >n aui power, in New York lirooklyn and Willunns
- 1 MMDMt fleOk, for manufacturing purponos. Also,
nu" new or secondhand grist mill, twenty eight to thirty
inches?Prentisi A 1 ages' preferred. Address T. M., 14
ULoniLcrs street, N. Y.
A I." ANTED?BY A SMALL FAMILY, APARTMENTS
v I rt indent to ace onmouato two or three geatleueu and
their wives Any person having suoh apartmonts, who
ul<l l>e willing to tahe the rent in board, will please ad
ug to t a
diess il. 1. J., lUrald office.
WANTED?PART OF A HOUSE IN THE SEVENTH
11 or Tenth wards ; one containing a hath preferred.
Address T A C, Chatham square Post Office, statiflg
Urdu and location.
WANTED?RY A VERY SMALL FAMILY, IN A
vT genteel location, a small, well finished honse, with all
the suoderu improvements. Kent from $<>00 to $3A). Address,
with terms, Ac., F. A. M , Herald office. *
WANTED-HY * FAMILY OF THREE PERSONS, A
FT small house, rent not to exoeed tobo. or a part of a
house, with live rooms and basement, rent net over tdiM
Lot ntion between Howery and West liroadway, and Cham
burs and Houston street*. Address box 800 Pest Offioo
WANTED?1IY A SMALL FAMILY. FOR A PRIVATE
TV residence, a moderate sized dwelling honse. in good
ordir, with the modern improveinonts, above Bighth street;
rent nut exceeding f7iW per year, with immediate poisessiou.
Adi.russ A. Y., Post Office, care of K. 3. 1 loot, 3-1 Liberty at.
"Wanted?near yonkers, a small farm,
TV containing from fire to fifty aeros. Possession wanted
on tho first of May. Address by lottsr, rte> ing price and
giving fall purticnlars. to Johnson P. Leo. l.'d liroadway.
Also for sale, fifty desirable farms.
omizuicB.
AUTOR fire INSURANCE COMPANY, NO, 07
JA. Chatham ilreot, curner or Dunns At an election
held on the Uth inst., the following named gentlemen wore
duly elected directors f< r the ensuiug year, vli ?
V !? T C.4nk.n,e* lug- C* Al'plebj, H?nj Mtrriraan.
J? I'D A. Hunting, \\ u?. C. Arthur, John B Morenu,
Alias G Drake, I ran. W Ogsbury, Abram Duryee.
I cter D. Col:ins, fellahs Kreeaa, Nash .Mosouiaa,
Datiiel T. TV i'letss. John l.evcridge, Win. A. ISrown,
fenjab Duu hton, J. hu il. Dnnliam, The* Williams, J?.,
n m L. C'oiiKliu, fel one.'. 11. Drowif. Geo II. Franklin,
Peter U. rilus, Geo. P., Whitfield, li nj. W. Clapp,
Andrew Lrsdy, 1 .bsrt Heiidder. Wm. Close,
M ri. fevcrdell, James F. Froshorn, Stophon Pull.
And at a subsequent meeting of dlseetors, William T.
i'inkney, Er | was unanimously olsetod I'r .ideut of the
Company fur the next year. ROUT. H\11T. Secretary.
New Vork. April III
CO All.
"WKITE ASH. LUMP AND PREPARED COAL-/
TV fo\V rsrgee* afloat Also a r?w oargns* of red ash. eyi
aud stove eoal. OLIVER A CO , 1M Broadway,
RPECIAL NOTWJKS.
A S UR. AKl) WHS. OSCAR SHANGHAE SV'EKE SUD
J\. denly called upon to leave for Europe. on aeeount ot
the death of a di?t*ut relative and godfather of the late in
fant Frederick, and having nrocnred the iervicef of a wet
at No. '2 ley street, and will be happy on their return to
meet them all at tho saxno place. Thev anti? lpate to Tiiifc
? t rat oft a Springs durin i the month of June. All couiinuni
cations and any budine** for them will be transacted, an
usual at No. 2 Dey street.
TCLIVS
fJ opt lie
S RU11MIH, LANDSCAPE PAINTER. HAS
nod his new studio at No. 866 Broadway, room No.
?v. Pupils admitted for instruetion iu drawiuz and paint
ing.
Lasting observatorf?notice is hirebt
* meeting of the stockholders of this aasoeia
tion will be held *t tu? Observatory, on Monday, May 1st,
f? r the election of officers for the ensuing year. The pollsi
will le open frem 3 to 6 o'clock, P. X The transfer book,
will le closed from April 24 until May 2. By order,
J. A. STARR, Secretary.
VyiNTH INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS, AT TRENTON.
1 1> New Jersey.?Tho citizen Soldier 1* responsible to hie
wife aud family, ns well us to tho commonwealth, to main
I tuin the riiihte and tho elevation uT labor. Tho independent
, V'aVLingtuii Continentals, National Guard, will incet at
! their Armory Bowcty on I'htit .day next, at A o'clock P. M.,
' agree able to the call of the National Executive Committee,
I (published iu la.l week': U raid,) appointed at Wiltniugton,
Delaware, to elect one delegate for the next session, com
mencing next Juno. GEO. RISLEV, Secretary.
0
rFICK OF THE \rrr.SSOFY TRANSIT COMPANY
Of N Kara go a New Turk April 14, KM.?Notive to
: hereby given that an elt etloi for president and aix diroetore
to manage the besinaas cf this company for twelve muotha
from the first Monday in June next, wUl be held at the of- |
fee of the eompaty on Monday, the let day of May neat,
from 12 e elook M. to 2 P.M. By order,
ISAAC C. LEA, Secretary.
OFFICE OF THE riKEKIX GOLD MINING COMPA
ny of Earth arolina, No. 18 Kxchango place, New
Tcrk, April iV KM.?The stockholder! In thia company are
rci|iinted to meet at the uffice of tho company on Thursday,
the 20th instant, at 1 o'clock. P.M. to near the report of'j
the President, who has just returned from the mines. uy
order. J. JACOBSON, Secretary. 1
THE COMMITTEE ON STREETS OF THE BOARD OP
Conneilmen will meet at the Street Commissioner's of
fice, No. 4 Hall oi Records, on Thursday, April 21th. at ,
8 o'clock P M., to h.ar parties interested in the following
proposed Improvements.?The wideuing > f i'litl stroet, be
tween Beektnan and Kerry streets; the extending of Cr.sky
street from Howard to ( anal street: the extendiugof Read. '
rtreet through to C haml rrs street, and the widening of Pearl ?
street. FREDERICK FRYE, )
CHARLES 1 UTILE, I
II. N. M ILD. !? Com. on Street* .
JONATHAN PCRDY.J
JOHN McCLAVE, J I
THE COMMITTEE ON MARKETS OF THE BOARD'
of Councilman, to wlu m was referred the subject of the f
nmoval of Catharine und Washington Markets, will meet ,
at No. 5 City Hall, on Friday, tho 21st inst.. at 3 o'clock P. '
M. All parties interested are invited to attend.
GIDEON CLIFTON,"
C S. COOPER,
Wll YOUNG
HORATIO RF.ED,
E WAIN WRIGHT,
Com. on Market* c
t
TO P01TS?TWO HUNDRED DOLLAR PRIZES ?f
The directors of the World's Exhibition offer two prizes, |
of SlbOeaeh, for two odes, in honor of Art and Industry?n
one of them not more than sixty lines, the other (for muaio),
of not more than thirty lines?to be sung at tho re-opening :
of the Crystal Palace, the fth of May next. Competitor**
will send in their odes on or before Tuesday, 25th inst. *
Their respective mcri's will 1 e decided en by a competent]
committee, whoso mimes will be published In a few daye, ,
Address L. C. Stuart, Acting Secretary, Crystal Palace. , j
?4
THE TRADES, ?C. p
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE MOROCCO SHAVER#^
and Finishers' Association will take place at Thot.c
place as ioos.i
Rut's, corner of Catherine and Madison streets, on Wed
ncsdty evening. April 19, at half past 7 o'clock, precisely. "
A CARD ?TO THE LOVERS OF GARDENING A*D?
rural affaire.?The advertiser woull respectfully offor
bis services to the citizens of New York and its vicinity, ia
the various branches of useful, ornamental and landscape
Ssrdcning. Also, the most improved mode of villa farming,
c., Ac. From his varied and practical knowledge in al".
the rural arte both in Europe and this country, ho would
solicit the attention of gentlemen purchasing country seats,
previous to their going to any expense in tbo arrangement at
their grounds. Ills forms will be found moderate. Letters
post paid, and directed to P. R. REDDY, Union Square
Post Office, will be promptly attonilod to.
COOPERS WANTED?TWO GOOD HANDS, TO GO TO?y
North Carolina, to make barrels. Apply to Thomas Ange
drews, No. 2 Haaover street. n
DAGUERREAN.?A GOOD OPERATOR IS IN W^ND '
of a situation. Please address C. C. fttfa'd office.
Feeders wanted?for power printing^*
presses. Salary $15 pec week. Apply in the prcssrooml*
of the Uezald office. I*
Flax dresser wanted.?apply to georgi
Johnson A Co., 165 William street, or corner of Sixtt
avenno and Sixteenth street. if
TO BLACKSMITHS.?WANTED, TWO GOOD HANDSb
who understand horse shoeing, at Taylor's shop, Vantl
derbilt'a landing, Staten Island.
TO WATCHMAKERS-ONE THAT UNDERSTANDS
general watch repairing may apply immediately to Wati*
R. lice, 127 Atlantic street, Brooklyn. g
TO CARPENTERS?WANTED, A SITUATION Af*'
foreman, by a young American man; understand,
drafting, stair easing, sash, Ac. Has acted as such for th.
last bve years. Good references if required. The eountr*
not objected to. Audru.-s W. S. P., Herald office. "1
1 , ,.4)
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost, misplaced, or not yet heard from-,
Ono or more packages, shipped by C. Lee A Co.'s Ex|
press en the 11th March, direeten to I. H. Shropshire, Lex
ingtou, Ky. I
Lost?on sunday, april w, on landing froj
the steamer Arctic, a small leather writing desk an
cover, the contents of which ean be of no use tu anybod*
but the owner. The tinder will be liberally rewarded on hi,
applying at 109 Water street. r
Lost?from the ship lochinvar on sathr.
day last, Thomas l'eudergast, seaman, a native r
I ougfcal. Ireland. If any of his friends wish to hearth'
particulars ot his ueath, inquire at tho Sean ens' Home.
IOST?ON SATURDAY LAST. IN BROADWAY, B^
J twecn Broome and Houston streets, a gold locket, w^t
brcqnet watch key attached. The locket had hair in it. an'
was marked with the initials G. S W., in black enamel, 1:
the centre of the case. Whoever will bring the above art
clcs to 151 Crosby street, will reoeive $5 reward.
LOST-ON TUESDAY MORNING, IN BROADWAY
between Stewart's store and Canal street, agoldscro.
link bracelet. The finder will be handsomely rewarded b
lent lug it at tho office of the Carlton House, 330 Uroadwa;
Lost?on april 14. from 468 gkeeswici
street, a small terrier dog. Whoever will return th
same to the above address will receive a suitable reward.
LOST?VE9TIRDAY, AI10UT DUSK, IN BROADWA1
near V?e? atrcet, an old-fashioned gold watch; opor
with spring in front; act around with pearls, front nnd bad
A I it oral reward w ill be paid for ita recover;, it being
family relic, at 94 Fulton street.
IOST-ONTHE14TH INSTANT, A SMALL RED PAI'B
J box, containing two paira of rod coral sleeve bntton
The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving them wit
Mr A.J. Katen, 217 Broadway, room No. 8, np stairs, or i
l'ost'a building, llanovcr street, back office, drat floor.
REWARDS,
dSOfT REWARD.?STOLEN, FROM THE PRIMISJ
tj/ ?U of the subscriber, two ailk dresses?one a very ri'
rep silk, fawn color, with a satin stripe, the ether alila
w ith brown stripe, both dresses quite now, one not bavii
been worn, botli made alike, plain coat dresses; also, o
blue watered ailk mantilla, trimmed with black velvet, at
lined with red and blue changeable silk; also, a child's win
merino cap, embroidered. 215 reward will kc paid tort.
11anr 11 of the articles, and f !<> for such information as w
secure the convietiou of the thief. Pawnbrokers will plea
to step them If offered. J. A. DIXON, 2yy Hudson itrv
Dim Spring. ' ' i. <?.; gtr
({?OA REWARD.?LOST, SUPPOSED IN CHAMBE1
vsaU streot, between Broadway and Chatham street
void watch, of R. A G. Ileesley's uinl.e. No. 10,1.50, hat
piece of Mark tape for chain, and common brass key. T
l i.der by returning it to 488 Water street, ox 149 Madu
ureot, will receive the abovo r?ward.
Wil. l'E I.A MONTAGNII
({?"1 A REWARD ?LOST. IN TWENTY THIRD 8TR11
V LV between Fifth aud Sixth avenuos, on Friday ereni
last, about six o'clock, a black thread lace veil. A libei
reward will bo paid lor it on delivery at 65 West Twea
third street.
&A FEWARE.?LOST ON SATURDAY, A BLACK LE
VTJ ther travelling bag, containing papers only vaina
to the owner, l'hs aoovo reward will be paid by return!
the sumo to the Darmstadt Hotel, 100 Greenwich struct
REWARD?LOST. SUPPOSED IN CHAMBE
? 'J street, between Chatham and Hudson itriietf, a t
ver casod patent lever watoh, with a fob nhain. on Mond>
the 17th. The hudcr, byrotun.ing it to 97 Charlton stre
will receive the abovo reward. MICHAEL I.AG A.N
MIIJ.INKKY AND DltES83LUU\U,
A LADY HAVING MUCH TA8TE AND EXPERIEN'
In all branches ef dressmaking, trimming and millins
nd ablr to invest a turn of money In such a manner, wisl
loji in either as partnoS( ar superintendent, n t^rson asti
listed in a profitable business of this kind cither in .\
York i r any of ths neighboring cities. Addrjss box 0
. o t Office, Newark, New Jersey
Millinery -madame ranfthiep beoTleai
to inform her friends and customers that she has
moved from 624 to 078 Broadway, hotwoon Bond and Grs
J on o? streets, where she will re opeu this week.
"IJARIS MANTILLAS.?THE SUBSCRIBER'S IMPO
J tatlnn and manufuetiire, for city retail trade arc n
readv for inspection, to which the attention of ladies Is r
pectfully invited. 0KO. BLLl'IN, V i lir. adw?y
BLVOVED?MADAM* DIEDEN, DRESSMAKER. R
> spc< tfully informs the ladies that she has removed to
Broadway, where she solicits a call to her stock of lac
Ficnch omhtoideries, drctses. mantillas, linen goods, Ac.
RKPHKSR ARRNCIB8.
BERFORI) ACO.'S RX PRESS.?OUR NEXT REQUL/i
California and South Aiacriosn Express will go foui
by the United States mall steamships Geo. Law and .l >U
Stephens, April ?>, In chnrge sf messengers to destina*
as usual, small parcels received nntll 1 o'clock day
sailing. Office 38 Broadway.
Foreign express.?edwards, sanfokd a <
respectfully announce that tney are prepared to f
ward ssprcss package* from New York to Liverpool, Load
and all parts of England. Ireland aad Scotland twios
week; to Havre, Paris, Bremen. Hamburg, Frankfort a
ail parts of the F.nronran onntinent once a week, to M
bourne. Pert Phillip, Sidney and all parts of Australia, Y
lib roans Land and New Zealand by every vessel ealli
hence or frivn England to those plaoes, and to Canton, Ho
Koug. Shat.ghae, Calcutta Madras, Bombay and other pa
of the East Indies and China ones every two weeks. OB
No. 36 Broadway.
DRY GOODS, AC.
IMPORTED WOVE CORSETS-MRS. GAYNOR,
J order to make room lor a froth Importation of thq ab>
goods (now in ths Custom House,) will sell the rerJUin:
portion of her stook, both Frenoh and English, much urn
prion. 45 Third avenue, rear Tenth street.
MRJLi W11?/. LAJ? ?IN mil DILI
32J Broadway If fcI inp off, in conf?un*n.o of r?tooTi
on the first of May. to 373 Broadway, between White a
F rnoklin streets 100doicn dross naps, 300 doien headdre
tt. a'so embroideries, lace goods, ribbons Ac atfofwh
are of snporior styles, and will be sold at rednetd priesi.

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