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Oil |JUiR> $4.000.t;' fuR.llur*. ?ml * ? I rrlt n.M T>,lm? i i 112 WMtctrcct Afl' ' 1 ? 12.500 $1 400 twertv cig t n>i * IVfl POr-'E a Hi: BUiM 'r*m * he ste*rubo t indiu r at Ufi'erHjf and he . ?tlx from !?' '.1lro*a .!? i A' ! ? T'.l-I ?y in ext to Ui? > AAIMV m $1000 FOR >/M F. tiitf ? for ? ?tip* d f. r J ply U ?. Cil r ft TO !.V T il I RT Y 1FFT-LOT9 IV VTIf/U N< aurk.TM ? l*U,itl ;,<) lv2"(, I .-t with an in terast ii HH?impr-.v? ncuts .r8) p? ha in instalment*. \!, . t r<>-? iv ia oitj. Maps Ac. Apply teBAk iOL, No U> ?FOR SAI.F, AN OYSTER SALOON. IV 1T1 E bt-.-t lot atmii ii, tbetiry. I h? r?'. t lew. and proprietor La* renvoi.* for mil n?. ho it 0 ?how hi# property op in b-oad davtibt. Apply at the United States Agency Office, 85 Chainler* etreet *Of) ?HEWING MACHINES FOR SALE ATA BAR MpUU. gain.?Serornl wry superior sewing machines will be Ht-id at price* cniifidcm it under ? he market value, on application to B. W. HiCIiARliJS, 3<>7 Broadway. A RARE CHtM'E KOn SAL* a N E n T CdHAGR, lentaming twelv* rcuu* -Boated in awrsr rate n??i/h borhoos 141 LIieb ?tr*< V Brooklyn he lot fe*? hf Ml feet deep, wil be ro'd .in r?a?a?ieb'e ??rrai a.- the pr?mnt ?wuer * acta to leave the city a# noon as possmle For oar Mcuia.-? inquire oe the premise* A BARGAIN.?A WELL AND LO G EST/BUSHED expr'? h? route, now doing a r ry profltablo at d extensive buaiocaa. for aale. as the proprietor baa other engagi ? ? r ? - - a, Pi Inquire of V. AI BKY. l'r< prietor, Lxpress office, reck alip ferry bouae A Valuable PhorEiiiY /oh saijs on long Island, nioe miles froin the eity, 16 or 20 acres, with a nunin* struani of w-?ter, fi>h pond, splendid ciuuip of tree* on one end fruit trees, crape vHiea, pardon shrubbery, a food two etory honse a??i'kitchen, uovur failing well of wa ter by *.he door, larnc burns. carriage kou.-e, Ac., all ia flrat *ate order. It is well calculated for gardening, naaufao ?Hug. or a gentleman'* rshidenec Apply to K S. B., 140 venue C. All letters must be poet paid. | R AKE CHANCE FOR \ PERSON WISHING TO SET \ tie in the South .? For eale, low, a .Farm situated ia iddlo (Georgia, cr taming 226 acres, no re or less, well dapted to tae culture of cotton and graia, with good oubch. barn and stable*, and convenient to churches and th otls The locution is plensant and healthy, and to any crvon of Uniteo means, wishing to reside South for hoalta, recent* a good opportunity. For particulars, inquire of W T., 123 Forsyth street. A HIGHLY RF.SPKCTARLE FAMILY, RESIDING at No. 9 Ashland place, t bo uppar part of Pe'ry street, can aeo< mmo< a e a fe * sc-Kct pereon? with board, and with the Comforts of a good home The house contains all th3 mouei n in proviiiiec s. Terms nuderato. Billiard tables for sale?we have now 61 hand a iurge and 8Uf>cri'tr stock, suitable f ?r private or publio use Orders by mail for tables and triiumings promptly attended to. GRIFFITH A DECKER, Billiard Table Manufacturer* 90 Ann street. Bakehouse utfnsils, ac ?for sale, a i.arge standing caxo with sashes, and a * ariet? of other arti cles, suitable f. r carrying on the bat ing and confectionery Lusine?N, the ufltots of a person declining the business, and will be sold low Apply at No. 146 Fourth street, next to the eoritei of Borrow. Business for sale-an express business. consisting of horsef.. w%2v n?, hame.**. stable Ao., all in order and complete. n< w psying a yearly pr??tlt of. over $2.U0d Good ana Hiitliciei t reasons given for celling. Ad dress Express, Herald office COUNTRY RFSILENGE FOR SALE rilFAP, OR Ex changed for city property ?Is situated near the beauti ful village of While Plain , fronting on the Harlem tUil road and Bronx River, and but one quarter "f a miio from tbc depot; eigi.teen trains of cars stopping daily, and one heur and tw? ut v miuut? s from Wall street. The property .consists of eighteen acres must beautiful land, on which ?s a large new two story and attic double h'?use, with wiugs; new carriage house, icehouse tilled, and other ont .uildings. The spring crops being all planted, and tine garden, with ? almost every variety of vo^eta ?les, in tine growing condi tion. Pos>essiou given immediately if desired. Will be sold very low or exchanged for city property. For further particulars irtquirecf WM. WARD, No. 169 Broadway. Dwelling, tannery, bark, plaster akd flour mill, Ac ?For sale low, in aonsequonce of the death oi the late owner; located at Mine Brook, Somerset county, N.J; buildings al I in ^ood order, with fire acres of ?hoice land. To any ono wishing to engage in the tanning but-ines* a favorable opportnuRy new otters. All kinds of bark can be procured at low prices. Price $4 000; one half the pnrcbasi money can remain for a terra of years on boad and mortgage, at six p? r cent For particulars a >p" GEO. C. SMaLLEV, 68 Wall street, New WVt Also, a farm of thirty five acres, apijotn ing the ab<ite, with dwelling and other outbuildings, fruit tr?*es, well watered, on nhioh there is a water power. Price $.'',400, half the amount can remain on bond and mortgage, at six per cent. Apply as above. D HUG STORE FOR SALE ?A GOOD DRUGGIST OR a young physician, wanting a location, can bear of oae having unequalled advantages, by applying to Dr. LIT TLE, 46 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn. The Proprietor , - , ? ' uMigod by sickness to leave the city, and will sell below valua "liber than delsy. "\RUG SI ORE. UP TOWN, FOR SALE WITH A lease, .st a great sacrifice, as the owner is otliged to tave the city The store is well stocked and handsuracly ttednn. Apply at Messrs. PENFOLD, CLAY A CO., No. ?Fletcher street. JjINGINE AND BOILERS FOR SALE.-A FIFTEEN horse engine, in complete running order, with two high nres-ure boilerg, thirty inches diameter and twenty four feet long. Apply to J. CASEY, 108 North Moore street Farm for sali.-fifty-six ? acres, beauti , fully located seven mile# from Plainfield, N. J., and I thirty miles fr?-m New York, ia a high state of cultivation, well watered, with an abundance of fruit trees; dwelling two stories, with outhniMingf. all in good order and nearly new. Frice $6.??00; half the purchase money can remain on bond and rrertgage for a term of yoare, at six p*r cent. Stock and farming utensils will be aeld with the farm if desired. Apply to GEO. C.S GEO. C. SMALLEY, Wall etreet, New York. For sale.- a very desirable place in Smith etreet, Brooklyn, near the City flsll. a three ?tory and basement brick house, with every modern im provement, fifteen minutes walk from either ferry, can be purchased very low, small part cash required, also. 6 lots and house in East New York, a tine property; low price ea easy terms. Apply to 3. IDMO F B. EDMONDS A CO., 16 Fulton street, Breokiym. OR SALE?THE FIRST CLASS SKYLIGHT DAGUER Bsite tlie Crystal l'alaot?. the rooms are fitted up test mod* rn style, are large and airy, and have been ia successful op-ration lor over nue year. Rent very low. Satisfactory reasons will be given for disposing of the same |>y applying at the above number. FOR SALE?A NE* CORNER STORK; SUITABLE FOR a gioctry, or a butcher, Orb anil vegetable nnvrkvt or a bakery aad confectionary, any of the above businees la taoeh needed in the neighborhood. situated en the corner of Twelfth street and Washington avenue. Mcriaania, within ffveminuteo walk of Central or Upper Morrlaania depot two third a of the purchaea money van lay for a term oi yeara. Apply to J. Fl LL. on the premieca. FOR SALE?HOUSE AND LOT FOR SAT.E, NO. SI F>auk atreet. suitable for tire familioa. Crotou water 1u the area. Inquire at 17 W hitehall street. MICHAEL CROWLEY. FORSAI.E-A LEASE. WITH STOCK AND FIXTURES, of a corner grocery and liquor store. Apply at 5>'>1 Ureenwich atreet. piOR SALE OR TO RENT, AT STaTEN ISLAND? The dwelling house and aeren acrea of land a'tuate two milee from Vanuerbilt'a Landing, baring n tine new of tba Tin ' " lower bar nnd Snmly llook. Will ha rented lew toag?o<i tenant. Inquire of J. II. McLEAN. t.7 W all atreet. rR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH?SELLING OUT, ON aecount of illaeae in the family?The leave stock and fixtures af the fancy gooda and draas making eatnbllalimsnt SA2 Eighth avanue. I etweea Ihirtr eighth and Thirty ninth atreet a Terma of aale. four yeara leaae, with flat urea. E2UU. Stock at coat, U) per cant off. Y710R SALE, OR EXCHANGE FOE YACANT CITY Jj Iota?The large (Ire rtory doubl- brick dwelling I GO East Twenty second atreet; lot SO by 97 feet G inches, building A A WU" V? fVVUMU "i iwr. a v, . irv ?? j . r .wee v >??? uwe, outlttltlg, ,mj by GO feet The premises let for f 1.230 per annum. Iniuire of J MACY. Gil Heat Twenty drat atreet. oornar of Sixth avenue. FOR SALE- A FAIR OF FINE CARRIAGE IIORSKS, ptrt'oetly a. nnd nnd kind in all harneaa. Alan, a ahifting |?a pbn'ton, wilh harnoaa, llnnketv sheets neta. Ac. Alt will le void together or erparata. Apply at St. Ntcholae ?table, S7 and ik Mercer atreet. F'OR SAL* ?A DORSE, WAGON AND HARNESS, the hort very fnet and of greet endurance, the wagon and ham va nrnr'y u-w, the whole will be sold cheap, aa tbe owner i? geing to California. Inquire at BURR A GRF.ESS atnblo. cornor Graud and Mercer atreete. J*OR SaI.E-ON LIBERAL AND accommodating tarr a <>r w nld be eirhanged for an ratate at the Seuth, the fetir three atory br< wn ituna and brie* front bonaea, and alao He corner building adjoining. Noa. 32. St .V. ID. nnd 42 Ureatdv.it atreet. Brooklyn. Thoy are tirat olaee Unildingv In evary r< vet. levutifuUj ornamented, with all new improvement, built by data work bv the owner. Ad drvaa I hae J I owry Kaq., .'>7 Fnltoa atraet, or k. Goulard, ?a the premiere F'OR SALE-A DWELLING HOUSE IN NEWARK, New Jrraey, arL ndid locati n lot G2jg by 1(10 feet, with two fronta ami j rival# park adjoining Apply to J. H A J J. SEARING at llualaon River Insnranva Com pany, No. 3 Naaaau atrret. For dale-botanic medicine store com plete? tha oldeat and beat it the rlty. Price only DfiOO. The beat located p- rter honee on Weat atr-et, $1V); and the moat profitable Il<|nor atore up town, H.ODD Alio, the beat public houoe In Brooklyn.OKI.-tab Aprly to A. CURHV A CO , 6A Chatham street, room ti. FOR SALt-THE TilKEE STORY AND BASEMENT brick honae and lot No 140 Weat Thir y fourth atreet, between Seventh and Eighth avenu> a, finished ia tbe beat aaaer, with Crot?n water cae. air furnaces and rangea, ?dRn, I.ot ZMeat 6 iachea front Apply to MaLCOLM S.N OH street. ISOH SALf.-A CASH BUSINESS NOW IN FULL OPF. ' ratloa. and paying handsome profit# Toene with amall wieaaa tbla 1# a good ebance. Price for tie whole gt'vi, f'.'Kl In raeh and the balance In atoek. Call tkia day at 'AG Firat atreet. Wllllamaburg. or on f li IK W IS A CO., SI Naaaau atreet. IVOR SALE-TWO THREE STORY BtSF.MF.NT BRICK honee#. with all the modern Improvam. ?#, In Forty ninth street, one hundred feet eaat of lie .-iwa^y Tr ? e, IdfOD Apply 0? ?!>? premiaea. or to PUGSLEY A RAY NOR, corner Broadway and Thirty fifth atr?vt. VOR Sa IF, - Til R ? E MARINE BOILERS APPLY TO C. W COPE La N D, No. M lltoadway. tVQR SALE-THF. STOCK, FIXTURE'-' HORSE AND V wagon, and tt.rea yeara leaae of the f* t laaegroc ry ?tore. No l*>2 Eighth avenae, above tha I tat. llona-. n- w dolna a f.rat rate vaah trade Gooda new. ?ad rent of etor* lew. To a tnaiaeaa man. with from live to af* hnndred dol lars rapttvl thla i? a ebance seldom to he met with No charge for good will. Will he ecld a bargain, ae the proprie tor* dr? a 'lag Wee* FOR ?Al E-THE STOCK AND Fl XTURES^OF THE oil tad campbene atore k'll i.rccnwlch "trcet, formerly ?e vtrroti-f Ve?ey vrd G irnwitb I ut rem-vail n-tl ? m the corner. where he hae titled tb aame rp in ? . The fivtur a of the seme will he eold a bargain. . I tea i an ta bad for n tetm vf year.* or t -nil . I . M. SHU4. F' pon saiJv. IFII, rSTAHMSHF.I) (M?H HTTS' ?it having %yut ilWrHiilr in '.vy thii Join t ? be ii.rt with AHint rniftttom >KCU C. Ii. .'.'ill L A CO., No. 81 Nm LM T' -\I.F -A BLEND? D ?A ^ UP ATTUR? %rG DUST 1 ! '-i now j n ing at f' ?? rx* ?? of -ix t , ei - t tb'>"?and ? i.l ttjrf !i unr. '1 he NRI \?i ? it applied for ii-1 i* ']y 1 ill t> i ay ir J ? .*?? f * uursjlf. Apply to liAkkl.ML- A U t /.LL, !>ft Cedar etr '*t. LN !: MII .-A HAMvovr u IN r, LIQUOR AVI) SE I par S?lu. n, with wall furnished club room* and lodg ?i it'nohfd Thif i4 r*n<. p; r nr.ity tn get ?. ?.??l If: ? ? b ? ?p tt? thr loi-ati'.n is ex<--Hunt. business good, and i r ,i'"'eiJigcti to retire. AUdre*e Sul-oa, Broadway Port office. FMR $ A ! K -THE ? 17ERMLS OFTHE FOUR HOUSES f'li )< t-. 4 -i ml M Pitt h* r? ?*t A iply at t le Ten try room ni M Mary't* Cburcb, corner of Kidrt? and Grand *i recta. r< H MlE?THE LEASE. STOCK. AND FIXTURES X "i o' ?? of the beat grocery and liquor atorws in W< % 'J vertj -ixtb street, ** the oai.er ir going in the country. I rice $1W Inquire at No. 1' 3 West Twenty c xthstr? ?t. I?OR .SALE-A FANCY GOODS AND DIKSSMAK I ing establishment, in t1 c Eighth avenue, <ioin?r a 1 *r^e and fasbionatile business. HI health is the -aoce of Prlci $?00?a ^rojit bargain. Also a dentist's establish* im lit in Amity street. d<-iug a *f.leti?lid business?netting - DOO viirly $&,200 i of property worth tour times' the amount. Apply at 102 Namau street, room No. 0. THOMaS A CO. IpOR SALF?1THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A SHIP r i hai.dlerv store, in u good location in South street. Good and sufficient reasons glvm f >r selling not. This offers a good opportunity to persons wishing to start in this busi nt-sa Address Lex, at this office. I -L'O!! SAl.E?THE LEASE. FIXTUBB8, A N" l>. IV RE r |nired. the remaining -took of the old established and ' wll known ale. porter, and eider I o*tling and imported I malt Kquor establishment lately carried on by Ceerge P. 1 Lotlibridge. An excellent chance for a business man- Ap p'y on the premises, hfi and 88 Fulton street. FpOR SALE?TYFO YEARS LEASE AND FIXTURES of a wholesale liquor store, or would make a first rate grocery and liquor store; the stock of ii iuora ean bo had at a valuation if require, inquire on the premi*o? southwest corner of 1 hirty ninth street, and Third u re nut, F?*t SALE FOR S2ft0?BUSINESS PAYING $1000 and $SOO for business netting yearly $3000. Three c unty. and buildings included Also, a house and thne lots of laud Paper hanging factory, in Brooklyn, for $700. Apply at 102 Nast-au street, room No. 0. THOMAS A CO. Fifth avenue lots for sale-two lots, : K by 1U0 feet each, lihltUd en the cast xide of Fifth avenue. between Eighty third and Eighty fourth street*. Sixty per cent can retnain on bond and mortgage. For fur ther' particular* apply to W. C. Ill GG INS, 448 E'ghth avenue. L' OR SALE OR TO RENT?A LARGE COTTAGE HOUSE, ' in g ?od order, with stable, and an icehouse filled wit h i e, wthin one hour's ride of New York, pleasantly situated kd? w 11 hhaded with dm and fruit tree*. Al o tor sale, three farms; one of 40 acre*, one of f?0, and ene of 180 acres. Apply to J. W. ALLEN, No. 2 Nassau street. (N ROC! RS?FOR SALE, THE STOCK AND TRADE X ? f ? first class family grocery, in the best location on the Eigl th avenue, now doing a good ca: h trado. which can be increased Hare chance tor a business man. The above n.urt he sold in a few days, as 'ho i r nt occupant has ott cr business in the country. For furthor particulars in quire of A H GASTON A CO , corner of Washington and Warren streets. HOUSE FOR SALE OR TO LET?A THREE STORY brick house and back basement. Crotou water in the cellar, yard flagged. Will h? let low to a respectable ten ant. Apply t ? FOWLER A 1 h AN KLIN, Thirty fifth street, near hixth avenue. M IIVERY STABLE. WITH LEASE OF FIVE YEARS, J !? r ra'e?Ci-ni-mting of thirteen horse-, f ur coac.'ies, ei? ht single w?gons. and single and double harness; all of the first quality, and iu g< <>d ord-r with all the fixtures of a first class stable; will be disposed of single or together. Ap ply at U Charlton lift I. ARKET STAND FOR SALE?ADDRESS MARKET, Herald office. Rare CHANCE 10 OECH EM.?ONE OF THE BEST ftands fur a grocery and liquor store; the locution can uot he surpassed by any, being in a thickly populated neigh burhood A leare will be given fur a number of year* to a go d tcnnni Inquire of EDWaKD llRENAN, on the pretrises, J82 East Thirty second street, between First aud Second avenues. Rare ciiante for manufacturers of agri cultural implements ?The advertiser, b-ing the in/en tor of a new mowing machine, and being engaged in other business which will not allow him fo devote his attention to its manufa* turc and introduction, will dispose of it to a re sponsible person on reasonable terms. The m tebine is more simple in its conssruction, and decidedly superior in opera tion. to anything in use. Address, lor one week. Inventor, Herald office. SECTIONAL DOCK FOR SALE ?FOUR SECTIONS OF a patent flouting dock, in gecd working order, capable of inking out a boat of twa hundred tons, togethei witu the right to use the same in any part of tho city, with the privi lege of enlargement. Apply te LEMUEL Ii. HART, eora of Franklin street and Flushing avenue, Grcenport, L. I. STEAM BOILER FOR SALE?A SECOND HAND TU bu ur boUer, fifteen to twenty horse power. Inquiroat 42 l'tiane street. SEWING MACHINES ?A LOT OF GROVER, RAKER A Co.'s patent, new, with assignment of contract at tached, at half price, or exchauge for other machines or any piopcity whatever. Inquire at 391 Broadway. SAW FACTORY FOR SALE.?FOR SALE. A SAW factory, with all the necessary took* and fixtures for driving a large business of long standing,will be soH c ?e%p if applied for at onoe. Apply to A. 1). ftOOD, ??3 Pearl str-et. IIO MILLINERS?A VERY RARE CHANCE.?A FIRST class miliin ry bnsire^s, established for many years in Broadway, and doing a good hnsiaess. is for sale, owing to the ill health ?<f the owner. Leg ation one of ike very best in Broadway; private, and a throe years' lease for tho house. None aeed apply wio cannot common I a few thousand dol lar*. Ad dross, w th r?al name, pest paid. Good, me. 777 Broadway Post Office, New York. H O MANUFACTURING OR JOBBING JEWELERS ? ' For sale, the lease and fixtures of a jeweler's office, in cludinc a large and well fitted nn safe It is a first iate stand for business, and will be sold with or without the stock, which is imad and well selected. Address Jobber, nerald office, for two days. VALUABLE BROADWAY PROPEItTY.?TO LET OR lease, one ef the most desirable stores on Pcoadway, suitable for banking, insurance, railroad office, or other business requiring a prominent and commanding location. Inquire en the premises, 124 Broadway, corner of Odar flml Also a store on t cdar street, next door from Ilroadmnou near th* P*?t Office Inquire in the corner, 124 llrondwvy. Immediate possession given. FINANCIAL. $77,000. ?CASH ADVANCES MADE IN LARGE or small anas, on diamonds, watches, enrity generally. Term* liberal. Confidential aad |>?r Ifttl v s?!e. Pacific Lean Association, corner of Broadway and Grand street, ever Paeiflo Bank. $75 000 ~CA?* AD.VA?CB? ON DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, sex are, pianofortaa, merchaadiso and personal property generally, or tba sane bought on liberal and confidential 'eruta, at the Real Batata and Loan Agency, No. 93 Nassau (treat, oyer the dining sa loon. $70 000 ~T0 L0AN AT SEVEN PKR CENT ON boad and mortgage, on improve! ornnim rroved real estate in this city. Brooklyn, or Williamsburg, j in large or small sum. also, $40,000 to invest in the par i chsae of mortgages. Apply to J. K. COOK, JR., No. 4 New | street, near Wail. nOft T0 LOAN, ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES. eftJU .UUU jewelry, At., or bought for oaah.?Good city stocks, notes, bonds and mortgages, aad bills of ex change negotiated, all business eontidemial. Apply at the watch Importing and loan office, 10" Nassau street, ter ner of Ann, room No. 2. THOMPSON A C?. j.nr nnn WANTED?FOR TWO OR more years. ?3Pa^C/?UU*' at seven per cent. First mortgage on real estate worth double the amount. Apply to JOllA> J. LAT* TING. -r>9 Fulton street. d?9 000 2,w0* ?* $3W0-to loan FOR A term V^.vUv# of years, on improved property in this city r Brooklyn. Apply to A. MORGAN, office of Scoles A or Brooklyn. Apply to A Cooper, 20 Cham I o s street <fe^nn~ALL PERSONS HAVING CAPITAL TO vUvv* invest in snins of $85 to $10 tMHl. can obtain par ticulars of a cash manufacturing bn*inA*s without any risk <>f loss, by applying to E Mi MALI AX, s2 Division street. (1AS-H ADVANCED (OR BOUGHT OUT FOR CASH) J libernlly, and on rear-nab't terms. <.n storage of mer chandise <>r personal property. At?o for sale, belo w market value, gold watches and chains pianos, diem >ttds. Ae , at ?l Nassau street, room No. G. Business direct with adver tiser Money ?cash advances made ok diamonds. w atches, jewelry, silverware, valua am p-rsonal property generally. or bought for ca?h. R. nOUli, iW Kul tor street, second door, front room, irora S to 5 1*. M. dplen did oil i aiming# for sale cheap. Money at >9 uroadway ?cash advances trade *n merchandise jewelry, silver ware, watches, diamonds, pianos, or an? otter property, also, tho above bought for cash Hnsinesscontidciitt.il 2*9 Broadway, np stairs, from 1' to 5 o'clock- The highest prices paid in cash. N EW YORK FLOATING DRY DOCK COMPANY, May A 1AM.?A dirldfthd of ?la ?D par o??? baa baoa do c"iar?d )>T til. Bo.rd of l>ir?ator.a ont ..1' th? pro?t. kf 'kl n,.i ,|i toniitlii. piyftHl 01 And oft't th. lith .nil. Thl tron.tor t.onk will b"a oioaad from th* i..tb mutant tothft d*j of pajmant. By ordor. H. Y. MAM)N, Sooretary. IVRNNPTLVANIA AND LEHIGH ZINC COMPANY.? X Notic, to Stoohholdrro.?II hari?m boon doKrmin.d, ?? n tn.oUnc i-f th* aharoholdera of tkia *OMpany. to oon.oli. dftto lift ornnpany with thft enrporati. n formed nadortho r-ineral mit in, .i.d manafac'urinii IftWft of tho >tat* of wow York. called tho 44 Ponnftylrftt.ift find l.fthlxh Lino Com r?ny,''tb* trnn.ftr book* will ho eloard nn Tnua.l-.y. th* lhtl mil ftn.l on and aft*r that data aharaboldaM on "nr rrtnior of thoir prM.nl i crti toatoi. will ro.oi*. cortlitotttoa f. r a lik* nntr t or f .Iikiok ef tho ?ti eft of ?och n?w corpora Dat*d N.w Yotk, May 12, 18- - F UTEVBf SON, 1 roaidoat. TaMMilt H Kiwwai t^ Secretary. OCI l.wr-t, ASD Al'Kim nR JAM IS W POWELL. OCULIST. AVHISI notjfi. - hi? frlenda at d pati -nto t .at in order M i.aa -nfttlr ln*T?*-<d |r Tooi-mal #1 ammanta'< has **? i. n.i 1 hi, .fir, h?nr< f""? 8 In A o'olo >k dally. IT. Pnwall > etyiai rrra that he (tMtiatod la to of Dublin In tha y??r I8W, baa pratn.l for over ' year* in thl. city, nnd for the l.'t t*? year* ojclaaitI? dawoto . hi. at'oati>n todii n-oaO' alio 'oar He helleyaalil. ?i.ceaa t ??? r. m , aralla #d treoti ent of am an real a, eat.r ota i ? I - i latlona, .r I tla. t rnittf in of tho oyo la.4 ?. atopjia - , tiio i.,*.- . n'ld ap la or tlii" nor > a. h r fa. If! in ?it. of i a- ? In r worm*ftqal.tl-t ia ?% .?? .*< u ly. Cor ? ? . iraa >1 at 'it' I r' -o! l'.? and tho t i neftn Inatitut", caa b?fro ii - ? | i. f, | r rowftll ooat ftne. ?o import. *ad i d. 'ho tioftit and lario-t eoile i?.? n of ?r ? ?. , | . Ion. Jftn oa W4 Pow 'I M D , I FjO'mt tkt s>. mWBM uJVla. Iii.iiiiiii, TEHA5TS* RECIVTR1U APISIBADLI CIIANCE ?TO LET TO ONE OR T YO fr?-Mlf*n en. a \ erv p)?H &nt ftittin : r "m, wi'b mtmTed, in \ private farrlly without chil4r*o ??r hoar i?ri Tb* 1; atioo i? the most ??tr land tie ir*f ie in tbe uHy, li'H. Mark'i pt.v e, cenTcuient to the A t "*, M imantile. am' Pocifty lifirrri*** new Bible B^bm, Ac . .i- BreattfaH s? 1 t t- the r-?or? if dtaired For patticnlnri, ia^uiro at No 7 Ft Mnrktt plate Broadway stoke to MT-rnE stors NO 7ci ! rt cciway. INitjo'eiou given immediately, fn iuireal 549 lirt^advay ]}ASFMRNT AND OFIT( K< TO LET.?THE DEHfRA ) lilibafttnCLt uiido' the leland City Ba <k, corn"r of liroada-v nnti Liber'? street; ulio. a ^uitof o'Tife* ?o oud fltu r 1,11 l.r .mlwae Apply to J PECARE. 1U1 Ue-t?r a HOC M\ H KMMII l?, TO LET. IS FOUR .TENTH ftret t u rnt foi Union (Hjoftrt; ha? fourt- n r<???i**nd 1 th'Dn i t, romp ?tely and la tly furnished Part of the rottukn in botrd if jvtirreablft and to a b;oo4 tenant it will rent low. Apply at 81 Nassau -treot r 'am No tf J08. B. DA CAMARA. HOI FE IV TWENTY SECOND STREET, NEAR i i th avcroe, to let, with ?aa fixt ures, vrat?-r, Ac. iiaa My 1 t l?rge akepint; ronmt baih. and o'ber oo.ireuienoes. Rent $MiO. Apfly to E B. KJNSlIiMEll, 519 Fourth ave sue. near Twenty fourth street. 0 FFICE3 TO LET?AT NO. 5 PARK PLACE S. C. F. CARTER .t CO. ]}ART OF A NEW AND ELF.fi ANT STA BLE'TO LET, with mi ni for two home, and two oarriages, feed As. Apply at No. 23 Best Twenty second (treat, near Fifth a.cnue, to Thomas liaehrovk, coachman. PART OF A HOI SE TO LET.?THE LOWER PART of a thr?>- atory modern honaa. In Thompson street, be tocon Prince and Houston, to a email family. A email quantity of furniture would to let or cold If deaired. Ad dress I). J., box 2,042 Port Office. Rooms, with steam power, to let or lease? In >bs Now Huron and Harlem Railroad Buildings, aitnated oa Contra Franklir.. Kim and Wbita atreeta. vary ing in site from '.'Ax'AA to 1(15x25 foot. Analyst E. ANTUO | NT'S office, roam 41. ooruvrof Elm ami Franklin atroota. EOOMS AND OFFICES TO LET?IN THE SEOONB and third stories of Appleton's new bnilding, corner of Leonard atreet and Broadway, anitablo for all kioda uf bnsi anaa; no mora eligible locution oau be fanud on Broadway. Apply at D. aPFLRTON A CO.'S, 3411 and $48 Broadway. Rooms and offices to let-furnished oi. unfurnished, in tba St Cbarlce Building. 347 Broad way. comer of Leonard street. Apply to ALEXANDER C LAWRENCE on the premiaea. SMALL COUNTRY HOUSE TO LET, TWO HOURS from tba city, on New Haven railway; part of an old country reat, on the margin of a pretty stream, perfectly healthy and well shaded. A good tenant prcfurabla to large rent. Addreaa Rivulet, box 565 Peat Office. TO LET?A TWO 8TORT WOODEN HOUSE, IN Fairmonat, upper Morrlaania, about ten minute, walk from the depot kent(125. Apply to CHAS. ?. CAMP BELL, American Exchange Bank. TO I ET-HOWSF. 350 RIVINOTON STREET, WHOLE or in part. Lower part suitable fnr a atoro, with large window?nd lixtnrea. Croton on premises Apply t* A MAIhE, 222 Broome atreet. TO LET?TnE SECOND FLOOR OF A NEAT TWO story bonne, to a email respectable family only, west of Broadway. For particulars inquiro at 92 West etraet. 10 I.ET-A FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY BROWN atone honaa, tiuinhed with all tha modern improvements, tnd thoroughly furnished, aitnated in Seventeenth atreetj between Fifth and Sixth avenues Possession immediately. For examination apply to R. WEBBER, 2U5 Sixth avonua, and for terms, Ae., to F. H. UPTON, 72 Wall street. TO I.ET-A IlEEKMoN STREET STORE. WITH basement and sub cellar, store S5 feet deep, well light ed. Inquire of 1, E. CLA'1Z. on Hit premiaea. TO LET-TO A CI'NTEFL FAMILY. PART OF house No. 17 Harrison street. Aim, a soda water stand for sale, on one of the best thoroughfare corners in tbe city if sppliod for soon. For particulars inquire at 23 CLambers street, corner of Centre, in the tailor a store, of James Lepiue TO JET-A NEAT. CONVENIENT THREE STORY basement house, with hot and cold baths; also, tbe fur niture in the bouso. which is In good condition, will be sold low. Apply at No 16Maiden lauo. TO IlET-THF. UPPER PART OF HOUSE NO 92 EAST Twenty eighth street, consisting of two parlors, with pantries between, and privilege in bathroom, on second floor, and five rooms on third floor, washhonse in yard. Kent $310 per annnm. Inquire on the premises. No. 92 Twenty eighth streot. near Third avenne. TO LET?THE UPPER PART OF A NEW THREE story brick dwelling bouse rn Bedford avenue, next honse to Clymer atreet., a few minutes' walk from either of the Williamsbarg ferries. Apply oa tha premises, or at 23 Gold sraot New York. TO LET-A SUIT OF BEAUTIFUL PARLORS, FIRST floor, and extension room to ball, frout I a-emont and kitchen, three bedmoms and pantries, sub cellar, Ac. In quire at H Orchard street near Broome, or to WM. S. CAR rF.N'TER, Journal ol Commerce, TO LET-AT NO. 4 ALLEN STREET, NEAR Divis ion rtreot, a large front basement, bedroom and pautry attached, established as a physician's office Also, furnish ed moms to single gentlemen. Apply to Mrs. R. A. SMITH on the premises. TO LET?THE FIRST LOFT IN THE FINE NEW building Nr> 2?7 Bowery, 24>, by 80 feet. The room is well finished and suitable for pianoforte show room, milli ner, tailor, or for any business requiring large premises, with excellent light. Apply to 1UC1IAKD KIPLING, 32 Maiden lauc. TO LET ?A THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE AND ?tore, northeast corner of Forty An t street and Seventh avenue. The store will be 1st separate. A leaste of the premises can bo had. Inquire of FOWLER .t FRaN'KLIN, 71 THrty-hflh street, near Broadway, or G. A. ROBINSON, V? RliWI street. TO LET?AT CI.IFTON, STATES' ISLAND, ON THE shore, a nplendid house, spacious, airy, and command ing a beautiful prospect; all the new improvement-' have been introduced. To a good tenant (private family) the hotiss will be rented for the summer or with a lease, la quire of A. B. JaNIN, No. el Broadway. TO LIT?AT CI.IFTON, STATIN ISLAND, NEAR the shore, about ten minutes walk from Vamlerbilt's lar ding, a small cottage, with stable Ac. The ornamental meson the property render it a most desirable rosidence | f? r the summer tor a small family. Rent $500. Address A. B. JANIN, No (^Broadway. TO LIT?TBI SECOND FLOOR. CONSISTING OF front and back room and hodrooin of the first briok house on the left hand side of Piftv dr't stroot. between Ninth and Tenth avenues, to a small family without chil dren. Apply on the premises, or to S. CARTER, No. 5 Park plase. TO LET ?PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR clubs, lodgings, boardinr, oflfcs, Ac. One small and two large rooms with gas. on the second floor ; also, a front IaMU nt, saital le for a doctor's oflM, Re, Apply at Ph? nix saloon. 90 Lispenard street, near Broadway and Canal, Terms moderate. TO I.F.T?A FINK SQUARE ROOM, 2S FEET SQUARF,. 1 suitable for some light manufacturing business; it is well lighted, in sscond story of store 1 JO Spring street, two blocks west of Brosdway. For particulars inquire at 444 Broome street. Rent $144 per year. TO LET?A BRICK BUILDING, FITTED UP EX- j pressly for a hoarding house for mechanic#, and will ac commodate twenty fl\e hoarders. Situated on the Hudson river, within half an hour of the e?ty; a very healthy loca tion, and a place where a house of tae kind is much needed, i The accommodations can be increased. Apply at 51 Cort landt street. TO LET.?THE BASEMENT, 137 BROADWAY, TO 1st, the best ? and for a coopn^, trunk maker or a fruit dealer in this city; will be let very low. Inquire of P' I KILYIA, on the premises, by 12 o'clock, A. M. TO LET?PART OF A HOUSE TO A SMALL FAMILY, containing two parlors, throo bed rooms, two base ments. Inquire at 3)3 Greene strcots. TO LKT?NEAT, F1EASANT COTTAGE, ON FORIY ti.ird street, consisting of eight rodms, tin. yar 1, Proton water, and n?ar Sixth svi noe rail-nail. Hill be let to on. family for $275 P*r annum, if applied for immediately. Pos liT.n immediately. FOWLER A FRANK.LYN, 71 Thirty tilth strevt, near llroadway. rro LET?A LACE SIZED ROOM ON THE THIRD A floor of th.hoiiii.No 3D Crosby street, anitaM. for a jr we] I.r or n atch maker, bavin a oight windows, with ths light unobstructed. .'fP'y on the premises, or at ASS Iioniton atrct. Rent moderate. TO LET TO MERCHANTS PLEASANT ROOMS ON second floor, at No 7 Laight street, near Canal. Break. last and tea, if required. TO LET FURNISHED?A NEAT HOl'^B IN A RE rp.rtabla neighborhood. In aire of ASaHEL S. LEJ V V, attorney at law, 1!) R all street. TO I.F.T IN BROADWAY, WEST SIDE NEAR NINTH street. two lane and well light.,1 parlor* on second floor, * it,tab!, for nay light hn.in.BH, Csoton water, gas, Ac. ? Ap ply to G. GODUNE, 773 Broadway. TO LET OR LEASE.?A VERY LARGE AND WELL light.<1 and w, ll finished ha.em.nt, on the corner of llroacwny and Cedar street with v?q t*. wat r closets a?d *nh c. liar, perfectly dry light and airy. Snitat 1? for aany kinds of hu?iuess. requiring at aMtndance of room. In quire at 124 Broadway, on the corner. q-0 1ET OR TO I.EtSE, HIT1I IMMEDIATE POSSES 1 H?D. a caitag. at Cllf on. York r.veonr. Staten I.land; In tiow of the hay. wi.k good (table, and nine noma, fruit. A,. on a quarter aero of gr,, tad, Hsebe'e oookiug range, lnqnireaf S. COSES, 17fl H'at.r street. TO LIT?THE UPPER PART OF HOUSE NO S5 ELM street. con?l?tini; of mo rooms, two bedrooms and kitchen, suitable for a small fauihy. Kent lowtoagood tenant. Inquire on th. prcmisjs. TO LET OR FOR SALB-TO A SMALL OBNTEIL family, situated in Power street Williamsburg, new ClCgant brisk houses, mniLle mantels. Iron haiootiy, "li rooms at.d pantries, dry oellars with a nice flows r garden. Stages na?. the door. Kent $175 per year. Inquire of Dr. LOItETl E, 4.*>2 Orsnd street, Williamsburg. TO LEASE FOR FIVE YEARS?A LARGE HOUSE, containing about sixty ro. ms, with all the modern Im I provemeata. west of Broadway, in the lower part of the ? ity. I.ocatiun nnrurpass d lor a hotel, lirst class rcetanr ant or lodging house. Applet a _ B. W. RICHARDS, $07 Broadway. THRIE LARGE OFFICES, SUITABLE FOR IMPORT er*. to let. ia the nets building No Id Bee km an strvst, uet.r Nassau. Apply to W'.M 11. Tll.TON A CO. q-0 BUILDERS AND OTHERS-THE SUHSCRILER 1 h?? 21 lots handtotm located near Atlantic ferry, Btooklvn, which ' e wi ul i ,ra>c perp -t'tally at a tit. I rent. ? and thi taxes at,a as > stm.nts so that the lease would get ] the increase el val.e sr. 1 u <.old never l,e obliged $0 renew. I e parcel will l e let together, or In !ots, hut only to those 1 who v ill improve D. PHEniERD No 0 THni y Bnlldlng. fftO LAWYERS.?TO 1 FT, A HANDSOME OFFICE 1 slavery tn .Urate rent. Apply to S. KAUFMANS. 72 1 W*" '* *' '? ?*?'"? THF ri'lNEsE ASS! MI'I.Y ROOM?< BROADWAY, 1 tween the St. Ni-holes ard -etfopo.ltau hetels) lit feel long AO ft* t wide. and Jfl fe t high, ncerly and keen tMi.ll* frcscm ,1. can now to .ired ,r i-*s, d for cooe rt?, I lecli res ).nil til, , tin i.cxli i'! n?. Ac wit i r with, ill I seats to- 1,J" per.oee a"d plttf m; ? ?o smallerfoo-ns, ait!, ere, r- aliens fof tommtttees, I .clsties, Ac, Apply on the prensuos. Hi I.I.I A RDM. \\- J SHARP S MILLIARD TeBI.R EANCI'Af ?t ? t. r> 141 Foil n street up stairs.. Old cnsni.sne re ysircj wilh super! r vulratilred rubber AN' far tele, cheap, n splendid tss Iilliatd In! le, with vulcanised Indih inhtstr enshione, of the littll s'j Is. BOARUISO AND LODGING. 624 BROADWAY?TWO GENTLEMEN AND fir wives run be accommodated with parlors and r out and I'ard; litewise two gentlemen with "iuglt rooms on tke lirst aa* becond floors, front on Bread TOO SPRING STREET?THREE GENTLEMEN CAV j I/O did pit-a* a r t ro? ttriDn, ty eiri; applicati 143 EIGHTH STREET OPPOSITE TIIE OLD OPERA Huufr ? itooiu. to let, with or without board, iu ? loo* bonce (TQ FRANKLIN ST*? KT -A LA ROE FRONT PARLOR ?B? or two bedroom* ett.ched, o* I' a second Int. t? e-rlora OB the flr.t; ?l?u, oua or two alalia row floor; t? *erlora on tM Br-t; *i?o, oat or two angle room*, n* etly fumi.htNL to lei, to ciu.,1* gentlemen. liniBkl.nl creed if required. Inquire oi etovo Q7 HOW A RD STREET. NEaH BROVDWAY?FUR O I Ctrl oil rui m* to lot to ciniclo gentlemen, and prertlo ?< ii end thrir vita., with lull or partial board. A'arm, cold aid abower hatha nidge*. AT NO 1 ISFINfi PLAI'R CORNER FOURTEENTH A atract .|,'audibly fuioiebod .enrtmenU with fall or partial board, tuny bo obt.ieed Suit* for fatailloa, pormv trat >>r trasatai L and. room* for tingle goni'mata. ioontiun tar of tho iaoat in the oity A SMALL FnMILY HAVING MORE ROOM THAN thry daiire, would let to a gentleman, a choice of neatly fumbl ed room, with or without partial board, where tlia comfort* nl a I nine can bo roaliaed. Term* moderate. Iu quire at 1(4 Waveriey place AGENT!.! MAN AND HIS WI EE CAN BE ACCOM modated with hoard, and a aoit of furniahod room., conei.tlng of a pallor and bedroom adjoining, on aeoond and third floor*, jiut vacated, at S4 Ln?t Twenty third etreet. Alan, tho third, or extenalon reom. on tht firat floor of St. AT CLIFTON. 8TATBN ISLAND SUMMER OR PER manent beard in a private family, with a eplcndid of the Bay Lower, Poat Offic A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE, OR TWO OR three aiagie gontlimen can be acoommodated with board, in a private family, at 312 Second avenne. where all the com'orte of a home can be enjoyed. Broadway, Four teenth atreet, aud Second avenue atagee paaa the door. A FEW SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMO dated with good board and pleaeant room*. Inquire at 504 Grand etreot, corner of Sheriff atreet. A PARTY OF GENTLEMEN, OR A GENTLEMAN and hit wife, ran have a handsomely furnished parlor and I edroom on the Bret floor, with orwithont board, at No 9 Bleeclter atreet, weat of Broadway; alao a room on tho aeennd rtory, editable for two gentlemen, or more. None nerd apply but persons willing to pay a fair price A LADY W ISHES TO OBTAIN HOARD IN A RE apactable family, and in return would give some Fronuk ai d German, and it required alao muaie lessons to young ladies or children. Address O. A., oara of Mr. Edward Pets, 21S William atreet A PLEASANT AND NEATI.Y FURNISHED ROOM to let at Nc. 1 Oliver street, to one or two gantlomen. Apply for particulars at 450 Pearl street. Board -a parlor and bedroom, handsomely furnished; also, rooms suitable for gentlemen and thalr wives, nr single goaitlemen, to let. with board, iu a brat claee house, 37 Ninth ctreet, near Fifth avenue Board?with yery desirable rooms, at no t Abingdon square, weat aide; alao a front basement to lot, with board, euitable for a physician or (ingle gentle men. B OARD- WITH FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED rooms, In .a house wi<h ail modern improvements; a good opportunity for families or single gentlemen wishing a quiet home, dinner nt t> o'clock: refcrono.s exchanged. Apply atduWest Nineteenth atreet, between Fifth and Sixth avtnues. Board-families and single gent emen, enn be accommodated with furnished or unfurnished rooms in a bonse containing all the modern improvements. Apply at 114 West Twenty-Sixth street. B OARD-A Ffcw GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOH modated with board at No. 5 York atreot, Jersey City. Board-one or two gbntlemen and ladies can obtain pleasant furnished toouis, with or without full or partia, board, (where there are no other boardors ) near W alker street and Broadway. Address Baker, Broad way l'oat office. Board can be obtained for gentlemen a?td their wives, end single gentlemen iu e pleasant house ob town, oonteiuing all the modern improvements, on and after the 1st of May Fur fnrther partioniara apply at 247 West Twenty first atreet. between Eighth and Ninth avea. B OARD IN BLEECKER STREET.?A LARGE AND handsomely furnished room 011 tho second floor; alio, XJ handsomely furnished room on tho second floor; alio, two rooms for single gentlemen, in a house containing all the modern improvements, at No. 13 Carroll placke, Hlceck or street. Board in brooklyn-thrre minutes walk from Fulton ferry A gentlemau and lady and two or ? three single gentlemen cau no accommodated with plea-ant ? rooms and board, in a private family. Apply at 36 Tres peet street. Board in Brooklyn.?single gentlemen can And nice furnished rooms to let, with partial hoard, in a private family, where the comforts of home cau be enjoy ed. The place is beautifully situated, aud two minutes walk of Wall street ferry. Apply at Mo. 35 Willow place. Board in Brooklyn?two or three single gentlemen can he acoommodated with partial hoard iu a first class louse and a Yery desirable location, by apply ing at No. 102 Clinton street, being con rent# nt noth to South and W'all-ttriet Ferries. aIso a gentleman and his wife cau be accommodated as above with an unfurnished room, bedroom and closets attached. quired. Large pantries and gas. Also, furnished rooms for tv ' ' "* * o or three single gentlemen. Inquire at No. 72 State street, corner of Henry. Board in Brooklyn.?a gentleman and his wile can procure with hoard, an unfurnished parl??r, with I edroom communicating; also a furnished room for a singio gentleman. Location pleasant and near South ferry. Inquire at 47 Congress street, near Henry. Board in Brooklyn.?a gentleman and wife can be accommodated with a hanctomo 'second story front room. SBfSflUbSS, and hall room odjoiuing if ro BOAliD IN BROOKLYN.?A LADY AND GENTLE man, without children, or two ladies, can be accom nictated with a large pleasant room, furnished or nntur nishad, in a private family, a tew minutes walk from Fulton ferry, by applying at 112 Sands street. References ex changed. B OARD IN SOUTH BROOKLYN.?VF.RT FIN* rooms, ?*It and elegantly furnished, in the naw and splendid house 320 Henry street, between Harritoa and Degraw streets, South Brooklyn, will be furnished to two gentlemen and thsir wire* and twe or three eingle gentle men desirous of a genteel residence or heme. None but l'rut claae boarders need arply. Reference*exchanged. Board in south Brooklyn?good accommo dationafor aingle or married gentlemen. Large airy rootna en second or third etory. front or rear, furnished or unfurnished. Honse pleasantly situated, within throe minutes walk of South or Wall street ferry. Apply at No. ?6 State atreet, near Henry. Board in south rrooklyn, 22s henry street. ?Location cfnvenieut to the ferries. A gentleman and his wife, or two sinjle gentlemen, can obta'n pleasant fur nished rooms with board. References exchanged. Board on Brooklyn BNM.?desirable rooms and partial board can lie obtained in a pleasant home, eligibly located on the heights, commanding a tlue view of the river and hay, and within three minutes walk of Fulton firTj. Apply immediatly at No 13 Poplar street Board on staten island.-pf.rsons wishing board in the country for the routing cannon, may boar of a healthy an* eligible location, by early application at 143 Wast street, er of the eotlector oa board the steamboat Huguenot, foot of Liberty strebt. Board at clifton. staten island.?one or two intnll families can obtain excellent accommoda tions by applying immediately. Stal ling for one or two horses, also sea bathing, near Vanderbtls'e landtag, (honse form rly occupied by Mr. Spear.) Address Manners, Broad way Poat Office. Board wanted-permanent, fob gentleman and wife, in this city or Brooklyn, partial board for gentleman; w< uld furnish their own room. Addresi II. ,t Herald office, for one w eek, with real nan e, elating terms, which must be moderate; also location; private fami ly preferred. Board wanted by a sinolf. lady.-a room and board, or two or three rooms without board, with a small respectable family, where no boarders are taken and who are not inquisitive. For accommodations that will suit, a fair price w ill be paid in advance, and satisfactory refer ence given. Address Susan, Broadway Post Office. Board WANTED.-FURNISHED room. wiTn full board for a gentleman and lady, wanted in a plain prt vato family, where there are no ether boarders. Terms not to exceed t r fd per week. A family wishing a pleasant companion, may address Companion, Herald office. "IM)ARD WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY IN A GEN I) ticl. private tannly. Location desired above (Twen tieth street, and between the Eighth and Ninth aveuues. Abort s# D. A. F., Herald bffiee. Reference exchanged, Board wanted in the country, for tiirek Misses, V and 13 rears of age, near ft so tool, or a h. n-u to let iu Brooklyn, oorner of Dean and Powers str-i ts, r* nt taken nut in hoard. Inquire af the house, or at Nn. ;i Rector street, by letter. J. TflOMPdJN. Boarding.?a gentleman and wife or one rrtwn nnplo gentlemen, caa be ac 00Wm "dated with pitasunl rnt'ius at 27 ' flprirs btjoot, between Hudson and Vsrick. Day hoarders taken. Rooms furnished or unfur wished. References required. IJOVRDISG.-A FEW OF.NTI.EMAN CAN BE ACCOM s moCated w.th full or partial board, in a priyat? family, where there are no other boarders. The house is pleasantly ? itnated opposite Mount Morris s inare. ID lem, and hvs all the modern improvements. Warm, enld and shower i aths, f- r the use of the boafders. Address O. K , box 1,N3# Post (iffi'. e. Boarding.?two pleasant rooms, front and back parlor, really furnished, with board, will ho let"to two gentlemen and their wives, or four single gentle men by S] plying at No. S Hlceck.r street. The family is small, end the happiness of a good home can bo enjoyed. Reference requireo and given. pOARDlXG -TO LIT. WITH OR WITHOUT PARTI AL .13 b- ard, a furnished front r on. at 149 Spring street. Boarding?to let, in a newly furnished t.ouse, a hack par or on the Strut floor, or a front parlor on the second floor, both well furnished, to a gentleman and liiswile or to single cntl: men: also, one or two furnished hocJrocms. Inquire at U2 Grand street. Boarding in Brooklyn-a gkntlbxan and his wi'e, ael a few sir tie gentiem a. can b* aocom tn dated with pood board and pleasant rooms by applying at Kt S'a'e street between llenry and Clinton, five uinutes wnlk from the South and Montague ferries. Boarding in Brooklyn, near the ff.rry At 32 Finns street, near Pearl, alow gentlemen -an I e sceon modet 'd with 1 ml or partial board, aad with the ccmtorts of a home. "HOARDING MAY BF. OBTAINED IN THE MAG Vipf 13 ont brown atone bh k. extondir e from Fifth to Sixth avenues (Nos I!) and SI West Twenty -ecosd street) The cation is itesira' le ft its elevation and eontl ilty to ?r Broadway, ? ? the no ?? fashiona' le puMte s;- irc?, both omribu* end railroad*. The a; Irt no ts arc eomn cdlons. and suitable for fai i i,o > r sb . le p. v' men. Tr-it. lent ) a-iD rs would f n in t Ms 11st ant establishment ???'" qnte?. a. A spacious keeping apti untitle than tint ?Mali rooms fifth# 1 etwls Thtr i* i very tonrenienoe f r bathing. T- .me res enable, aad rnferouoes uneaeeption ai le from either party. pOPSTBY HOARD TIT' is P WISHING HusRD \ will ol ta-'a it - y tailing at Fiftieth it's-1 hetwi n Firs* and Se ad avenues A Spaei us flo? r car 1 n. irnit and ?eg? tables of all kinds, oa high ground, ia full Yitw #f the Itrtr. Tsrms to suit. niter 1 si d to BUAHDIIG AJID LODG1KU. DOWN TOWN ACCOMMODATIONS.?FURNIBHkD K'-n> la In witl> or witbou' partial mur i to guntle men ten thoir wives. a se rooms for rioglr geutleunn it Tt frcehlm uroof Hath and gar la tbs kllM Re'sr-ne?t UtkU|l4. IlUmiBLI BOARD IN BROOKLYN.?FbMILOIS AMD J stbglt gentlemen ran hav* a ttne choice of room* wi h full or partial 1 i>ird, *t tin new hottre with modern in? corner o Hicka no"* Amity streets, three aiiiiutta walk from IVall street and Atlantic firriaa FURN18UID OK 0NFURN18B1D ROOMS FOR GKV tlemen and their ladies; board fat tic ladies anly in e qelet, genteel family, where all thins" eill bo pleasant and agreeable. AudreesO K M . llerald othca. pvCRNlSBED ROOMS TO LET?IN TUB FI RST CI. >S3 J? honia.S" IS 8tst* >treeL Oae parlor sad two large bed roon a, wall furnished fronting ou the Hattery. Alii sm^lo ' rooms to let, to -ingle irentl'-tucn, with or without I ard. | lUDwence required Apply on the premises. Furnished rooms?wanted, by a gentlf. tuan and lady, one or two rooms, with board for the | lady only, in a mi tral 1-cation; where there are no oilier ? hop.riters prcferied. Address C. W. U . Broadway Poet Office. TTIURNISHED Rt'OMS TO LIT-TO A SINGI.K GEV V llemnu, without boatd, iu a uuiet. rcspocUMe and bealtliy location, near St. John's Park. Apply at 192 Hud son street. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED APARTMENTS. ElTIU.H in suits or single, may ha bad at 25 Washington placa. near tba Parade ground. 1 ha family is a atriotly privets one. and will take none but persons of the highest roapeeta tllity. Handsome furnished rooms to let to a fe^ tiugle gentlemen in a private family. Apply on the pr-mires. No lk' Wliita street. HOUSTON STREET?TWO OR THREE SINOI.E gentlemen enn be accommodated with handsomely far nisted roeme. In a priratc tainily in the move street, a few doors from Thomps n. The himse, being first class, posse <see all the modern improvements. Breakfast and tea only. For further particulars please address box 1,633 Pott Office IN A PRIVATE FRENCH FAMILY?A FEW APART mrnts to let, with bourd, to gentleaien and their wives, or aiagle gentlemen. Pleasant location, gas, bath, Ro. Dinner at e e'eloek. Apply at 81 Madisoa avenue Lofts to lease in maiden lane.?the first nnd second lofts in the building 61 Maiden lane, large and well lighted, being about 25 by 138 feet, with skylight iu the centre. Apply to IRA PEKEGO, 61 Nassau street. ONE OR TWO CRNT1EMF.N CAN BE FURNISHED with a parlor and bedroom handsomely furnished with br< akiart and ten, dinner on Sunday, in n private house. No. 6 Bond street. ONE OR TWO ROOMS, NEATLY FURNISHED, TO let, to a gentleman ana lady, board for the iady only, in a quiet, genteel ta. Hy; any lady wiahing to live retired and enjoy the comforts of home, will find tola a very desira ble opportunity. Addreuu for two daya, Board, Broadway Post Office. ONE OR TWO WELL FURNISHED ROOMS, ON THE etoond floor, (breakfast and tea if reqnlred.) in a re spectable French family,471 Ispenard street, near Broadway The owner la a French "teacher N. ?.?No children and no hoarders in the house. FLIVATE BOARD.-TWOVERY PLEASANT ROOMS, nnfnrniibed. to ,'et, with board. In a gentee! p irate family, twa blocks from Peck alip and Division avanue fer ries. Apply at N*. 16 South Sixth atreet, WUIiamsburg. PRIVATE BOARD -TWO OR THREE SINGLE OEN tleinen caa be aeoommodaUd with partial board iu a pleasantly situated house, with ail the tnodera improve ments, on both stage ana railroad routes. Inqui-e at 70 West Twenty first street, near . ixth avenue. PRIVATE BOARDING-SEVERAL VERY PLEASANT rooms, singly or in suits, either furnished or unfurnish ed. enn be had. with board, m a private family residing at 2b0 Fourth avenue opposite Cab ary ehnreh. The house is Rleai-antly situated, has gaa, bath, marble wash basins, Ac. cferenci s exchanged Pleasant rooms, with Partial board, in a private family, can be had at 1V2 Atlantic street, Hiooklvn; throe to five minutes walk to the South or Wail street ferries. Alas, an office suitable for a physician. PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH FULL OR PARTIAL board. Apply at 80 West Twenty sixth street, near Sixth avenue. ' PLEASANT ROOMS TO I.ET?WITH OR WITHOUT board, at 1S7 Henry atreet. References exchanged. Rooms furnished or unfurnished, without board, to let.?Also, the third floor to let, consisting of six rooms; Crcton water on the floor. Apply at No. .S3 Eas t Thirty third atreet, between Lexington and Thhd avenues. Rooms on second and fourth floors; also, a '?rs? J' ubl, parlor and a banement, enitahla for a phytitian. all ilcgantly furni.hed, in the new four story house No. DM East Sixteenth street, Stayresant square. Cat, hath, Croton water, Ac. Full and partial hoard. Cars and cinnibuses easily accessible The situation is one of the most agreeable and healthy in the city. Rooms with hoard ?a gentleman and lady, or single gentleman, can be handsomely accommodated with a front room, furnished, in a private ftmily, in the neighborhood of Twenty-third street, near Eighth avenue; house new. with all the modern improvements. Price $12; dinner at <>% o'clock. Address James, Herald office. Rooms to let.-neatly furnished and very pleasant lodging rooms, with breakfast and test, if de sired, may be bad in a new, first olass house, by immediate application at 84 West Thirty.first street, near Broadway and btxth avenue cart. TO LET-AT 218 CANAL STREET, PLEASANT ROOMS, furnished for ladies and gentlemen, with or without i oard Ladies proferrt-d, with hoard. THE WRITER, HAVING A HOUSE BEAUTIFULLY situated at Rye. on Long Island Sound, convenient to railroad and steamboat routes, can accommodate families or single gentlemen with good rooms and board furibe summer season. Please address H. W.. Broadway Post Office. TWO NEATLY FURNISHED PARLORS AND BED rooms to let to single gentlemen withon; board, in a private family. Tbe location it very pleasant and desira tie. The ears vast th? door. Apply at 182 Eighth avenue, between Nineteenth and Twentieth streets TWO OR THREE SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE (accommodated with pleasant room*, furnished ornn fttrnithed, in a private family of three grown persons, at ">6 Sixth avenns, earner of West Washington place TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS. WITH OR WITH outboard, la White street,.near West Broadway. In quire at 12 Jay street. a TWO GENTLEMEN ARE DESIROUS OF PROCURING partial board in a strictly private family, either in New York or Brooklyn, where the comforts of a homo can be en joyed. l'riee not to exceed $10 a month for both. Please audres?, stating particulars. Gertriuut, Herald office. Un exceptionable references given. TWO YOUNG MEN ARE ANXIOUS TO GET A LARGE room in Hoboken, comfortably furnished, with or with out board. Address At, Herald otfico. TWO VERY DESIRABLE. ROOMS MAY BE OBTAINED, with hoard in a delightful location, where the cars continually pa?n. suitable for a smn<l family, sr gentiomsa and wife, also a single room, with tbe advantage of baths and gas, by calling at (ii Second avenne. Terms reasonable. XXTANTED.?FULL BOARD WITH A LARGE UNFITO Tr uished room and closet, in a private family or vliore tbtrearea few boarders, bstwcea Blcccker and Twentieth strc-ite, or net far from Broadway. Dinner at 4 o'clock or latrr. Addreis?"Home, Metropolitan Post Office,'' Bible House. Terms must he reasonable. VVTANTED?BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN. OF THE vv higbett. rsrpeotability. and be flutters himself good looking a small room, unfurnished, in a private family. Breakfast and tea would be preferred The best of refer et.ee will be given and required. Address Francis, Herald office. POLITftAL. If LECTION NOTICE?THOSE WHO VOTED CUM !i milt* II-Tucker for Alderman at the poll in Seventh avenue near Twenty -seventh street, last autumn, will pics*? at tend at the Court of Sessions, ia the large brown stone building, Park, this Tuesday morning. 16th inst., at 11 o'clock, and hand their names at the desk of the DisWict Attorney, or to the officers in attendance?that their tes timony may be taken. STOIdHW GOODS. CTtPPED?8UPPOSKD TO BE STOLEN, A GOLD Kj wat-ch, which the owner ean have by describing proper t> and paying expenses. Apply to L. ?t J. Jacobs, 4)7 Broadway. ASTROLOGY. AAA REWARD 18 OFFERED TO ANY PER ?PU.vl/v son who can surpass the wonderful scientific l.edy Madam Clifton in the art of astrology. She !? the only ltdy in the Cnited States who can give correct state ments on marriages, deaths, losses, lawsuits, absent friends; and she alto can cure any disease it its last stage Those wGhiug to consult her had better call soon, for her stay is limited. Retidenoe 6o Ihompson street, between Broome and spring, Astrology and pmvsioonomy.-thk cbli brand Dr. F. Shaman, a Swede by birth, 'an be eon. suited t>i? it 11 events of life?past, present and latere. Na? tlvitiee calculated for ladies and gentlemen. His residence ie 175 Chambers street near Greenwich. Astrology, ?dr. wit.son, no. 90 rioohe street, may be consulted on pest, present and future events, lie gives the most correct information of any p? r fon in tho Cnited States, flirth required. All pereons may depend on Wing honestly informed. MRS. WILLIS THE GREAT astrolooist, will tell all the events of lite so true that yon will he as tou<shed, though she uses no kiud of witchcraft, aud prae tie** nothing but what is reooneileable te philosophers. Ap p y at 7* bheriff street, fourth door from Kivington, si^u over tbe door, up stairs. Mrs. prewster, 59 great joner* street comer of Bowery ?All who wish her services in astro logv, love and law m %tters interpreting dreams by books ana science, telling tbe name of the lady or gentleman the* w 11 marry , also the name of her vi*it?-re. Cull so. n at trier will not long have the opportunity of consulting her. Madam d , formerly the gipsy girl, lately arrived from Europe, flatters herself that she is com petent, by her great proficiency ia the art of palmistry, to give true information in regard to the pa?t, urosent. and future She has given, and continues to give perfect satis faction fo all those who favor h*r with a call. Ladies and gentlemen 50 cents. She can he consulted at 23 Wooster street. M adame morrow is. without exception, the most wonderful astro! >glst in the world, or that has ever t een known. She will tell past, present, and futnr*) events, and trill show ?"ur future husband aa<t absent friend#, which has astonished thousands during her travels in Europe She it a seventh daughter of a seventh daughter, and w."? born with a natural gift by invoking ths powers ?f h? r wonderful science to tell ?-rrn their very thoughts, and will cause happy pairs to come together, who will all en|oy the greatest Lappings* of rnotriui<'pial Uiii. ofcs is a de scendant of a line of astrologers r? aching hack for eentmi ??, and her predictions are truly astonishing to all that vi it brr All whe have Icen disappointed ?Dewh re and th??e who wi?J? a if c?dy marriage, ,oar call goon, and ? ey ?*y dt i end opu true advice, lownded on the eternal principles ?,t i; sirlcai science. 7<? Broom? street, between Cannon and Columbia street*. Gentlemen not admitted. . V aTIVITIKS ? J. t. LaVATKR. PROFESSOR OF ?iX astrology, will send to ney address on re??i ?*?? one dollar and date ? f birth, (post paid,) a written nativity, for consultation through life; also for fifty cent#, wii( send sure snd lucky uamlere. Address Broadway l est Office, b'tv York. m? .rK?.L/\>?<:?>? h, d?*l O* LY.---I WILL SEND TO A*Y PART OF THE ?PI lrnitfd Mate* or t anaiv receipt rif $1. a new prices* |_l y which all the fi#h, eels, Ac . uv*y he obtained n'iveont of a et*k, (wind or river, for an o!tt**nt of live hondred a pi are yards, with very lit; e labor aud noexpen ?*. Hy tbie pro it by daiene, hqadrede, an?f by re** tb?y may he taken ont uT >j tbouaardf, an the c*#e may be Wotider'ul aa thi# mayaf> r^r. it laneverthe'es -trrio in the very letter. Enco** $1, ? ooreaa, poatpaid. IS. B GOOD Mane beater. York Co., Pa., ana yon will receive it by ruturu mail frvoof poata^e A *i*wIDEA.--W. J nOWEIJi, PROPRIETOR OF the Rainbow Hotel. 31 *n.| 33 Hetkia&n etriet, long in..i favorably knn<rn a* tho best dining bouse down town, lifts )e?n Induced I y faia nmnen.ua frieu.u to davnte *hn tsnie attention to tb<-serving of hreakfa>t on-l tuft whloh rr.s cliaract'r.xrd tho other department* of tho houeo. Everything of the very beat The publio will pleass roll TvESKB- DESKS-DESKS ? DOUBLE AnDSINOLE I / counting house desks of every site, from throe to eight feet; office ties, sol every vari-ty. from 8:1 to office cbnira end stools, from .'Is. to $16 piweun hole c?.e?, office tftblea from three to ten feet, to he found at the office fur nitnre store 66 Ann street. IpVFKfBODY OUGHT TO KNOW IT?WE GIVE Li two eenta per pound for old newspapers; also the highest fash prior paid tor old pamphlets, old writing paper old writing hooka, old tioketa, tracts, catalos uoa, old pasteboard, porters' and p- inters' paper, and waste paper of ererv n.eniiona'l.le description at ?6 Ana streat, basement. N. B ?We buy anything that ia paper. CT AS FIXTURES - A HAN DSOME GILT, FOUR 1 I ght parlor chandelier, ued one gilt two light, second hand, for sa'e . heap Apply at 346 Fourth avsnuo, Twenty-fifth street House warming and ventilating warb rooms, No 408 Uroadway, New York ? We invite tha attention of builders and the publio generally, to onr apten dld a.a. rtment of house warming, venth ftting and oonking apparatus, romprising aaveral new patterns of furnaces, r?ngea. Ac., combining economy, durability and efficiency. We are prepared to warm ami ventilate, in a superior man ner. all elaseea of pui.llo and private buildings upon tha moat reasonable terms. A complete assortment of every article in onr line conatantly on hand, and for aala, whole sale and retail. Rippowam Company. GEO. L. CANNON, Agent. J DUNCAN A CO., 491 GREENWICH STREET, . nbove Canal, would call the atteution of storekeeper!, dressmakers, and famlliec, to their stock of small waree, such aa needles, threads, bat tons, Ac., at prices obeap as the cheapest, and only good goods Also, 'manufacturers of I ball cord for dreaaei. All good goods sold only at wholesale prices. 1 Lord a taylor offer for sale one of tub finest stocks of earpetings in this city, to whioh addi tions of velvets, Axmiuiters, Brnssels, tapsstrys, Ac., are constantly arriving from Europe. Also, soino novelties in Turkey and Axnrinat.r ruga, ingrains, three plys. Ac. All fee sale at very low prions, at LORDATAYLOR'S, Grand struct, corner of Chrystle MACIC AND VENTRILOQUISM ?A CHART CON tainlng instructions ia the aboTa science, by Senoc Vallo, the celebrated magician and ventriloquist, will be sent to any part of the United States on receipt of $d. or five charts for 85. Address S1G. VALLO, (postpaid,) 96 Barker street, I'hiladolphin, Pa. Nye a co? sbip agents and commission merchants, Valparaiso, bog laava to inform owners end commanders of steamships bound to the Paeifle, that having mada tha necessary arrangements with the Lata Coal Company, they are now prcpaied to contract for the supply or any quantity of tne beet "Late" stoam ooale that may be requlr.d The coals to he placed alongside tha s earners in the mo t of Lota, at the rats o' six dollars per ton of 2 240 pounds. Tho steamers America and Yanxee Blade took 'lie Lota coal, and it was pronounoed to be bat little inferior to the best of Cardiff. The port of Lota is in the direct track of ships hound northward from Cape norn, in lat. 37 2 S , loo. 73 14 W . and is perfectly safe at all sea sons for ships of the largest size 1 or further particulars, apply to Messrs. AHA MS A Co . t>9 Broadway, New York, or I JOHN M. FREEMAN, Esq., Panama. PUMTS, HOSE FOUNTAINS, ETC.?G. B. I'ARNAM,I formerly of 34 Cliff street, has removed to 16 Gold I street, tsrsir of Piatt street, where he sb-uld be happy ips, of I see his eld friends, ai d all others in want of Pumps, of all I Spectacles, good and cheap, accurately adjusted to vision, and exchanged free, if not satisfac tory, by Professor FRANKS, Optician by diploma to the New York Eye Hospital, and spectacle maker to the Eye Infirmary, No. 2 Park row, opposite the Aator llousa, eod at 52 Bower/ SHOW CASES.-SCnMlTT A BROTHER NO MNORTH W illiam, near Chatham street maaefsoturs all kiedef of show eases. Orders are promptly executed; old ahow| cases taken lu exchange. A great variety of show eases, la-f eluding silver plated and German silver, always on hand. SHOW CASES-BOFFMAN A FEREflt'S SHOWCASRI wareroom, 57 Bowery, near Walker street. Caaee| made ia every ttvia?silver pleted and brass rosewood, i hoaany, Aa. N. B.?Cld cases taken in exohange. TO MERCHANTS AND OTHERS?A GREAT SAVINOB can be effected by calling at FKANCIS ll.ltS' cheapH card and job i rioting establishment, No. 8 Clinton court," entrance from 13 Heel man street where all orders will executed with neatness and despatch. TO HOTEL PROPRIETORS AND PRIVATE GEN-I tlcmen,?The beautiful and convenient mansion honae,H in the town of Bristol, Khode Island, the residence of the late William Henry D'Wolf. will he let for ono or mor years. The honat ia large and spacious, with two or mora acres of around, forming a beautiful garden, with n variety of the choicest fruits large yew, elm and other sheda treos, together with play gTounds, stables poultry houeee^H tifully situated on NarraganeettH Ao. Ac. Bristol is beautifully situated on Narragane hay, near Newport, with facilities far saltwater bathtajuH fishing, boating, Ae. A ready communication by steamboa^l and lailroad with New Yo*k and Boston, renders it verj^ desirahla for a private residence, first class boarding I nneej or hotel. For further information apply to William ItradJ ford D'Wolf, or Byron Blman Eaonires Bristol, R I., or t the subscriber, JOHN HOPPER, 218 Fnltou street. N Y. THERE'S POISON IN'T! BUY IT NOT, Of connterfelta beware I Look at the label. How'a thief whatl K. Lyon is not there Examine the labels on the flasks and boxea. No magueti^^ powder for the destruction of insecta, no magnetio pills foi^ rats and mice, are genuiue nnlo-s a facsimile of LYON' signature appears on the wrapper and label Beware c padlers. Principal depot 474 Broadway, and depot S3 Dock street, Philadelphia. 26conts per flaak or box. WINDOW SHADR MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTER of gilt cornices, lacs and muslin certains, iamaska^fl huff Hollaada, Ac ? KkLTY A FERGUSON. Nos. 2B9)j^ Broadway and 54 Reads street, are offering great indues meats to purchasers of tke above goods. All kinds of winl dow shades made to order. Our superior manufacturing facilitiaa enable as to keep the reputation we have alway had?of being the cheapest house in the States. TE WISE AND CAUTIOUS CITIZENS, Who love at night your eisa. Whose fli sb has served for many yean As bait for hnga sad fleas. To Lyoc'e depot speed amain? Ilia pewder slays the foe. Away?'twill sweep ail tbiaga that creep. And winged pens also. Principal depot of LYON'S magnetic powder and pfllt^l forthei-rre detraction of insects and vermin,424 Bronfli way, and 83 Book street, Philadelphia. INSTRUCTION. Hf\A BROADWAY.?DR. A. PAIGE, THE FOUNDEll I U*? of electropathy a new and complete system of modi ieal electricity, and for twelve years ita successful praetu tloner and teacher, baa established hia office aud reaideao aa above, whore he will at all time* attend to the datiea < hia profession. . d>OQQ GAINED?TRY MR. BRISTOW'S SKILL; iJiOil positively inanrea you a good handwriting, die* and gentlemen Application rhonld be made early 2M? and PS Broadway, llandlicrcbiefa and carda wrltt for nothing to pnpiia. Al?o. $5; I inanre aneceaa, room Honae 75, Academy Horatio atreet. Bookkeeping, arithmetic, *o? taught upob reasonable terms, by W.J. KEN VILLE, 2*9 Broadway Each student ia separately anl carefully instructed, wh' the knowledgo imparted to him is readily available in pr lice. Open day and otening. French language -monsieur a madams di bc?, from Paris, have removed to 7tB Broadway, whe ihey continue to give le.aona in the French language L dies' claasea in the afternoon; gentlemen's classes lath evening. Private lemons at their reddenoe an 1 in famihe MARSH'S BOOKKEEPING ROOMS. REMOVED 34U Broadway, (Apple-.on'a building), continue o daily from 9 A. M.. to 9 P. M . for thereceptlon and instraa tion of pupils. Call for circulars wi h terms, Ao. PENMANSHIP.-'THE SUBSCRIBER WILL R EC Ell new pupils daily this weak, for private or class instrul tion in the art of penmanship Now pnpiia for bookkeopiai eoinman?ing on o- before Wednesday next, will roceive courseof writing lessons withont charge. Copybooks, will instruction, 25 cen-s. I OLIVER B. GOLDSMITH, 31.2 Broadway.! THE FRENCH AND GERMAN LANGUAGES?AS R| i|nired for businese and conversation, inay be tboroagl lylearned la priiat* lose. r? at g-3 Broadway, uear Brooaf street, where bow pupils wl 1 I a inslruoted with partieala attention, by E. IELLEK1NG. UMQVAU. POFPEACO HAVE REMOVED FROM NO. 3d Nl street te No. t!2 Nsw street, near Beaver. Removal of thr otstk* market-on __ first of M.y next, the otn-' eale-s. now ocatsd L ?ween Faltou an: I'wey itnsti < I rtauis their bastaa_ wi the allp be weta Spr ng and anai .t-oeta, Aortn -ir.rj Removal ?ai.bert ransom, surgeon dMis| sucnan r to I>r J ? edge bus r'moved from No.? Chambers street to led Grand street TiEMOVAL.- MRS. GREEN HPS 'ECTFULLV il It forms I er patrons and the pn',ic 'hat ah', haa moved her domestic agency to 712 Broadway, where i solicits a eontfnuant * ?>! her former patr n*. 'Wanted, < a < onipetent yontit lady, a situation aa housesecper. or trs.cl, or situation in a store. Men waiter#, couks, ?* good help of every class. I ) BMOTAL ?ESTABLISH ED 17*9.?MOTT nHOTHF.b IV No, 13 John street, importers and dealer* In ill wate! e?. jcwslry of ail binds, anil of the lateet pattnrr A'so dtamouda in rings, pins, silver ware, Aa, all "f whv w'll be warranted. P. 8.?I bo best workmen only e| ployed in repairs. HOU'ES, H'kOMN, AC., WASTED. T^mTuTprTvATR FAMILY WANT TO RENT J\. tha "rst "fjnne the siioond 3 or and fr nt basciae! of a two etory house between Canal and Fourth stmei ant rot to aaeeed $250. Addreas O. P., Herald Office. ?BURNISHED APARTMENTS WANTED?IV A IIOUl I? with modern In prox' imuts, and In a respectable nef borbeod, by a small family of two persons only Thq rooms reqwnvd?a i ar'or and bedroom adjoining, for servai t, with part (I tae baaement. location pre'err below Twentieth street. Addro s Apaitmcnts, Hen| office. VJ'OTARY?ANY SHITPINO OFFIf'E IN WANT' la a n< tary w ill please address Notary, 11. raid office. "ttpants to sell orT?the noon will orl I 1 in .1 n . i -i ? ! ' . . ? W'tll learebf t? (.years from the flr.'t of Vay Tha n ace eaa ectnn.edat' ton 1 reesandri -n f r 'wo nt three cone end n lef! that will 1 old lotiof feed and hay Apply at l'i Great J' I"* etre ' ? Wanti u-part "i t nor i furn sued. ff t"e. l . ' I an.' 1, t t .. ,tt. t ? . .f l 1 r. tec bsdr-1 me si? 1 a . ica?. w!,er? th, re an no hoi ' ? b ' * r 1 . ;r > it.i'ing particnld I... bsaS.ni, Post liflice W'ANir.U A Mil'. I IT A r ?> POWER PKFSS T > ..f li, . . ... . T.. a ,1.1* f r I. prmtll Also a bey about sf stern y.ars old, to learn the h.sinJ Apply at UO Pearl stitet.