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1BYERTBEMEHT8 RENEWED EYEKY DAY.
UKU* Wlflr KU. AOOCtP OOOK AN1> LALNDRIaS AND A 8M ART coambenuawl mil frunitrvii, may app y at 1?' Guatoa ?t, >iu h Hi i oklia Tnfy mu.4 be neat aud acave ritt U> tr work, of e?eu tea per, aud well recommended. Muldl* ?uW gtrU preferred. A OOOK OOOK WASTED ? FOR A UWMIAJM o?* who uodersUuid? ordara. sIk> ? So/, for A billiard room. A |)|>ly At 131 Sih nC , corner ol Broadwa ; . BOY WA***D IN A LA* OFFlC" .-TO ON* WHO rendes with bu> parent aud writes * le<tb!e Ui'il. ? per lel;u?toit may I e bud Salary dr*t >'???" Ajp.y M 298 Broadway. room >o. ?. ?* *? rtKO?,s')N / >OOK WANTED? IN I'^VVK F OJlLY, SHE V; mum wash ai d J' 0D, Sooioi, Knul *h or eo ore 1 309 **?*??*? st .near Boud. ' ^ ' _L'__ ? s^ARPer BALKcMaN WANTKD-OS* WHO CAN C coQio wei recommended. Inquire At 161 AtlAntle (trad, Brooklm. o> Jbo O. Latfmer. . *-vbv fiooDS -WaNTKD, A FIBBT BATE SALESMAN. L) Apply betrre ID A * , at Greenwich ?u ??.?? ggods -wanted, two first hatb sales I) men J. M. LYONS. 196 Bowery. 1?ABMER WANT ?D? ON A SMALL FARM NIAR THIS ' citv lie mist he rerfectly competent to drive and take rare Jt hor.ee uiJ have ? kiowledge of tanning And garden tr.g In general. Good reuimmendatiioa must bo prcducsd. Apply at?7 Wall at, second storj, rear oflioea. FIFTY MANTILLA MAKERS WANTKI1-AT K1FTH house, aotitih ot Fulton avenue, to Adeipni atreet, rigat hi. no side. Brooklyn. ijM.OVPKB MAKERS WANTKD, CAPABLE OF MAKING J? roeebude. Apply at 00 Barclay street, up stairs. /?> ABDENKR WANTBD-A MAN COMPETENT TO LAY U tut grounds and pIad: trees at a gent eman f eeat in the country To one well qualified grod wages will be ?i?en. Apply thin day at ItW From street, from 10 to li A. M. /-lOLH PE?B -WANTED TWO BOYS ACCySTOMBPTp \T working on colli pens. Apply Jn room 49 uUmj _Bttua no! corner Broad way i>nd Cortlandt s'reeta, After .? o clock A. *? HAIK DRB.8RER AND WIS MAKER WANTED? TO GO u> Philadelphia. "o? competent man good wagea will be given IuqtSre a' O. Girardau'e bairdreseing eauwlitfiaail . (is? HrcAdway.^ Mit T TwffR Tf> OO TO TUK SOCTTH.- WANTED A BIL )icer to ?o io OeorgiA, who p^rfeutW understauda the butJness. Addreea A. J. D., Wtauw dbiel. with full pat ticiil?rH of U PQF1KR WmCBD. ? A MAN FAMILIAR WITH PACK tag druge, iMcne who can bring the bMt ot testimooWj tor hMMM AB, stating salary expected, wlih referenoes, box 3,488 PosUtM^. OTRAW HEW K RS WANTKD? GOOD STRAW " bBWKB? 1 ; O al>o, fiod bonnet bl?)c>f9rs. Apply %t 11 Leroy p*Ace, | B eirker can M*rc?r and Greene. OH1R1 HANDS WANTKD -GOOD FINISH KRS A(?l? O fcewrrs l*av1nf $2 deposit tor work given ou'., can obtain ronniMni employment at d Rood prices, nono others need apply* from"? P M,?iNo.60dxth?t., between Ut aud 3d lYtoufg. OTRAW H PRE9SKR8 WANTKO. ? TIPPER, RAND S erand brimmer wan ed, to whom oomiant e^muloyra-iil can be ?i\ en ik.-oogh the season and good pncee paid. Appij t o A. Le'acd * <V> , 1"I Pearl OTOOK HANP^WOTKn-Ar SO W?ST 3JDSTRF.KT, fe hateme'it n?ne but eirei leuced han.l', on sprin? ?U)3ka, needapi'i; ; work given out Apply Eetore 10 v. M. only. niiMHiMWAim ? nr i hit cabh i>ry goods S jobbiDp houtie A jountf m?n of about 21 ye4r?of ^ge fi??t mora ? haraoter and -uldress. active. energe-Jc, and Wbo hw ?im? ?ciiu'?(n.acce the city and ??untry j cash, hi i \ or* Mtid can at tinips render general ag^is'AftW in the boi e b?d ain'/itiouj to avail uiroself of everv t aatllty to, Obtain a borough Vaow'edge ot ill branc'iea of aald oustneaa. Ad dre?aO. K... Herald office. rritx-i, of THREV. RK-V ROTABLE MEN, OF GOOD AD T diesK. can have sieady employment .and P*J\ '? canvaaung f .r a new work jus1 published by ro APpiy at No. 9 App!etoa s Building. 34b and 346 Broadway. mwn ulRLS WANTED. IN A PRIVATE FAMILY- ONE T to vrath and Iron, and do general bouiework; atd one to 4W and take care of. hildreo. App'7, with re^ommendattoca. at 43 Eaa> 28?h at . near 4t> ay. . tirAMHi A i'ROTKHTANT WOMAN, TO DO UEVE \V ra) bourework for a small family; she must know how t? ci,Vw e sta and trop. au.i be of ind.iau-iom and cleanlj lubtla. Such a one roav apply at lib Hameraiey at. Ti; ANTED-IN a PRIVATE FAMILY. A GOOD COOK. who undei-stands bakmg and la a ^ er. A PioiesUit or Scotch Kirl will i<>?<lre | ,'erences ?re requirt-d. Apply at UCharl.on at. WAN1VP? A PROTESTANT WOMA*. TO DO OE"* a' bouaework for a small (ami y ; ?he muat know how to cook waah md lrrn ard be of indualrious and clean! v bablti. Applv at 121 East Thirteenth aureet. Atoo a sma J girl, to do "lumberwork. ^ W ASSESS ?5Rc2ST?d ' ? do?general b^wo^. the other as chambermaid ana n.r-e. >"n? bui tbo^wminjt tA make ibemaelves general* y u?ePnl need apply* tiooa reier ZSr&SSr^- y ?t U? r ^ld .. ., Brooklyn. ?nrnKTRD-AS COOK, A PROTEST ANT WOMAN; ONE \\ * accomplished in her business, and who can bring good recommenda-iona, may apply at No. i Oreat Jonea at.,^Tue? rtliy and Wedresday. between 9 and 11 A. II. - . private FAMILY, A GOOD WASH P^andlroner >be mitrt Rnilerstand her buaineaa and v ZTreli??. A g-nerAl hot.aework girl would an bri? g g?>a r?*rencr. a ? d her bualreiw. Apply at ?7W h?T and Clinton aw.. Brooklyn. T17AN1RD-AOIRL FOR GENERAL HOCSKWORKIN W a family of throe per-ons. Muat be a good plain cook, waeber and ironer One with good re. ?-nmenda:i?a may ap ply at ho. 1 FaatSackeU-t,, first ho i>e tn-m ' out, Br?klyn TAT ANT* D? I" A SM 4LL FAMILY, A RESPECTABLE W VoLi nertoa f a.ai.1 lie childrtn and do p am f^.wing An orphan ? reference expected and II suitable, woi^d be be fam iy. Call at IlfWes; lvh st.. between ata and 9th ava. Tif AI^TKD A WOMAN, TO <10 A SHORT DISTANCE tn the conntrj ; a person ot ?ntjnt^d l\ke afford and permanent hom?, and who will take an interest in a*t Se 01 the house; understanos fine ?wastom and ironirje. ?n?ws how Xo rtxMwn* >>1^ /??2L and ? ?n do t<mily ae?iD?; her duties will be easy. AAjrees ,T M C. Broadway Post office, tor two days, siting where .she c?n be nee n, w4U b? answered on W edne*day afternoon "IVANThD? AN AMERICAN G.RL TO DO GENKRAL W bona" work, for two ;n family, the lady an 'a^alld; muat he neat, tidy and perrert)y Htder^'ntd her bu<luesa. Apply, bet ween 10 AM. anil 4 f M? at 193 Mott at. H<m ?ive good city te^ere'ce f*TANTED? AN KXI'KHIK.N 'ED COOK. ONE AC<jL'S W Inmed to an hotel or ie?taurant preferred; English, Sroti h, German or French may apply at So Hicka atreet, Brooklyn. ___ Wanted? a rkspectable and capable woman, aa nu'ae and aeamsires* and to tee to two boya; aoe muat thor tigi y nncersusd making their clothea, and rmuit be a good plain sewer; F.nnlwi, Pren'h ar Axn-rican, undoubted reference* will be required. re.l at ,0C I*onard aU WANTM>-BY A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, A NEAT and industrious girl, from fourteen to miteen yeara old; muat have good rec?mmendat:ons. Apply at 457 4th a?. WANTED-A LAC2IDRE8S, WHO UNDERSTANDS ber buainaaa ?Jioronghlv, and la wJilog to go to hecoun tfr . ?bort distance from the citf, during ihe summer, tmy refereuoes required. Inquire at 14 Weet 23d St., between 9 ar.d 12 o'clock A. M. | WABTfD-A YOUNOLADYOF SEAT AND rLBASING appearance, io attend a small fancy a?ore; "aewith a few hundred dol'ar*. f.r whit h security will be given, will lind L ntiwsant and prolltable aituatlon. Addrem, appointing an interview, 8'nrlair Metropo'ltan Post office, 13 Blhle Hottae. Want kd- a good skamstsew and ncrse,oapa ble of taking < are ot an Inlsnt from ita birth. In a plain ; aratly ; good reference wanted. Apply at 101 Perry at. Waited a -mart, tidy young woman, as watte-, in A private lam.ly; one who undentanda her b'tsines. nnd c an bring good reemnmendattona from her laat i) %r?* may apply. th,s day, between the hours of 9 and li rjVlork. at 29 s eat V4th st. TTTTANTED- AT THE BROOKLYN INSTlTUTiC, ?? W' Pulton street, two eonks. chambormald, waitereas. sesnwiress, and nuraery girl; 'our for genera! houaework. Al so a coachman gardener, ani groom, a waiter and a good (arm laborer We also want a joung man In a firo class drug store immediately. ?2U will secure a .Ight. permanent buaineaa, at $1 per day ti i ANTED? FINE MARSEILLES VEST MAKERS; NONE bi t gi?o 1 bands need apply, at Baldwin A StArt. <3 Pa*k raw. - WANTKD-A NUMBER OF FIRf-T CLASS LADIES drea- and solt cap maker*, a. so. a few apprentices^ Work given out to good hands. Apply to Mra. liwla, 309, t Broadway ANTFD-AT 319 FOUBTB AVENUE, A SERVANT as nurae ard seamstreae, on" who can make chlidren a Clothes an 4 do Ine sewing W AMTED-A GIRL to CWK, WA8B AND I BON FOB a email family ?n P'atee la, and. Apply at !<tf 2d ava. -(-? r ? NT ED? TEN YOUNG LADIES, OF GOOD ADDBMS, W who aie wilHM lo wort and can bring good reference; .LLt wmaea and conaiint employment will be given. Apply, 10 and * oV.ock, at tee Troy collar Manufacturing r^/eSce, No. 91 1)'iane street, corner Broadway, up atAirs. Wanted-a pbotebtant woman, fob general bouaewort in a small private family, at JSH Uuionat., South Brooklyn. Wagea >i. ' Ail today or v? morrow. _ 11 r aNTFD ? AS NURBB AND 9BAMSTRE8S, AN ENG W litta Scotch or German Protestant girl; must be neat in rZrson andbare good city reference. Apply at 79 Clinton SEST*vSee?8 Ana 12 o-nick Wedneeday morning ^ ? arsKTUD? IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A GIRL, TO w4ssr^.',^<as'? K,n?wu * wfavJS^nn* .Val tottN MMce frai^he ya. ? TTw-.n A MAN WHO UNDBBSTAND8 STOPPING WAra7M^P^- Apply - no Oh?^r. St. -- - a iT KXPKBIBECED GaBDENRR, TO TI7ABTBD? AN ^r-^ k .au,, pl4c?i five miles Irom bTV'tog to make himself generally usef til. 3^' ZLZi r^mmendatlona may apply to B. K J oba HOfi . W 1 aoal stree .. w ^aV^aahp^ JL . JWaarga .VublSSU^ Beekman at. 4 rMART ACTIVE BOY, IN A DRY W*K^bt? ?K: S^rrfl?t je^WOO. Address IhII.W1 Peat nfllee . capable MAN, ON A GARDF.N W rT^'loi tlie care ot horses and oowa. and who Is will ? 'VT h?m?e!i7?erany useful. Apply ti Mr 0 reeo, w X help wajvtkd. TIT ANI8D-AN AMERICAN HOY, IN A M1LLI9KBY Tt goods jobbing store, references requlft^ Apply at 3? Broadway, up ?Lau*. lir aNTFD-FIVE DRT OOOl 8 SALESMEN. APPLY I? btf.'ie 1 1' A. M. U B. Wullams, :W7 Broadway IV AM'KD-i CLF.RK IN A RETAIL DP.Y GOODS ?' stcie Inquire at A. U Scudder's, 282 Bleectar TXTAlTKR aT KfcBBIii A LEOOS.IT'3 DINING 9ALOON *? ti Chatham street. W aNTFD-TWO Olt THBHJ FIBsT RaT>: WAITERS ? f Apply to J. Taylor, Stt Broad ?sy T1/AK1ED-A B"Y. aBO^T FIFTEEN YEAR* OK ff ng?. to assist tn an office; mus' be wrll re<- .rumenddd. Address, is app leant'* handwriting. hoi 1.729 Post cilice. \\ ANTED? AM ACtlYK, INTELLIGENT BOV, ABOUT " 15 'car* o: agi* at cleik in a ,*??*. ry start, must re<;i? v, 'i bis parents in the lower psitw llie c;:y. Address M. ti '<? , Iiera d ofl'-e. ANTED? A BOY, IN A COMMISSION AND 1 Mi*l/RT "T UjJ bouse; ore that write* a go<vl hand *ui '* *c>iinu: ed v-Iuj the Custom House bus preierred. Addre-s bo 5rS Pus > tUc* WAN1ED? A BABE CHANCE? A1ENI3 TO SELL t? mole articles now in family use for Jus eity and Stales one good -ale*ni.t;i en -m ury Smart nen cao mike trcm if, to #i0 pec day. Mo biimsu;; to "o oi business < ill ard see. at 2li Broadway, corner ot fuiion slreet.rootn Ci BRADYS .? HC BBiKd. TItANTKD? ONE OK TWO ME.V Ot-' GOOD ADDRESS, ?T to fouci' orde-s J.?r beautifully illustrated worts Such men can make from two to three do'lars per day Aop! ) to V nil espie WO highlh avenue, between Thlr.y eights til Tnlity ninth st> eeU. _ H ANTED- A SCOI'I'H COaCHMAN; ALSO to AT V? tlie gardener. A stogie mau. with good rwterenc.*. pre ened App!< a: t4 Ka?* 34th si., near Madi-on aveuue.be v em 7 and 8 o'clock. OTAHTBD? A YOING MAN TO ATTENi' A KlSil A*!) ft rjHte- stand; one that is hones!, sober and industrious, ran obtain steady employment by applying to Ma'ua ?i M coney, coiner of 1 wenty sixth street and Fourth avenue. TV ANTED ? A WORKING FARMS*, ABLE TO DO f? the work of a larnj, near the city, must be American or Scotch Applv, with rel'ertnres. this day. ( 1 ue.-.da i March 1, at 1 1'. M.. a' -he < tl.ee of Tbints B. Dibbiee, 51 Wall street, corner of William. <?zl nilll -WANTED. A HEAD l LKRK AND OVER VTr?""JU. seer, in a hotel He must have f I i?W to lo*n hi* en.plo>er nn bora and mortgage A salary of Sl.'HHJ per amum. wi h board and washing, will be gtveu, or a partner would te tnken on reasi-nuble terms. Apply at tba Glrard House, loom 2(18. BOAKDINO AMI LODGING. (MO BROaDWaY.-ONE FINE LABOR 9S0XT ROOM, " I J.O on second lloor. Also, a dfalrable suit of rooon, and one or two goud rooms for siugle uentlem->n, may be bad, with full roard. having gas and al. modern iniDrovenienu. D'ncer a' 6 o'clock. <>) bBOADWAY.- BLlOABTIiYFCBBTaREO BOOMS UJL^j to let, by the week or ironib, in suits nnd sing e, to ac commoc'ste gentlemen and their wives, or single geatlenien; ;o<au. n delightful, being directly opposite the St. Nicholas Ho*tl OQ') BROOMK STRKET.-TO LET, TWO LAR3E OOO parlors and bedrooms, furnished or uoturnlahod, with or without board, to single gentlemen, or genuemea ana tbeir wives, between Broac *av and the ilowery. Cars and stages t ass the do r. Terra* in ?ler?te. QQfl OOOKD AYRKUh.? A OKNTLKMaN and ?H9 ?dOV wife, or a tingle gent emaa, can be accjmiuDditea witb bca?d on ihe .'econa lloor; house ne*. and newly turuish Ml, c.)u'a.tjin ? a.l th- modem improvements, pleasantly loos ed nt ar Muyve.?ant park. R ferences exchanged. 1|7 HUDSON STREET, FBONTIKGST. JOHN'S PABK. It I ?Furnished rooms to let. with lioara, to single k?u'Ib mm. or gentlemen aid their wives; bourse tewly furmshed, witb all lie modern iu.pro' emeu s. mfclOliTH STRKKT, OPPOSITK THR MERCANTILE Library.? One double and two single rooms to l?3t, wi'h or without l>i->ard. Iqo MADISON aVkNL'K.? TWO JHaNDSOMBLY FCR ?Jl" ni bed suits of rooms will be vacint on die 8 h of March, in a tlrsi eUxs boarding house, at 11?) Madison avenue. The bouse it sdmirab y situated, and is replete with every con vetiience. lie Wall street *uge? puis the door, ana those of thf Fifth andFourh avenaes run In close proximity. r7l\ KRAHKLIN STREET, KIK^T HO[78B WE8T ' 'F I U Hum way ?A tine lar?e front room, bedroom and p tn try aitariied on the smond boor, to let to one or iwo gentleman; bresktast served, if required. Also, slpgle and double rooms al! neatly fuirlshed. Inquire as aoove, AMITY STREET. -A FEW VERY DESIB.V BT.E UU rooms to let. with board; the bouse is well warmed, has a'l the modern improvements; locatUn central, west of and near Hioadway Ke erenres exebatu-ed. M Q ML'RRA Y STREET.? BO ABDINQ, FOB GENTLE x O men and their wives and single gentlemen. A very p<easaai three story tront room, with gas and Croton water in the room, to Jet. with board, to a gentleman and wife. Also furnished rooms to 'et, without board. ?JO NINTH STREET.? HANDSOMELY FURNISHED O.?1 rooms, suitable tor gentleTiien and their wires, or single gentlemen, with full or partial board; the bonis has all msdern Improvements; family private; references exchanged. Apply as above. 10 ( ARROLL PLACE, BLEECKKR STREET.? NEATLY furnished and very pleasant attic roams. Also, parlors and bedrooms for gentlemen and their wives or siagle gentle men. lurniahed or unfurnished. Dinner at 6 o'clock. No moving on the 1st of May. Reference exchanged. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY. HAVING MORE ROOM than they require, won 4 let, to one or two gentleman, a large from room, tumiahed, with good pantries, without board. Aire, a small bedroom on the same floor, it required. Term* moderate. Apply, for particulars, to Mrs. Manning , 64 Hiring ton street. A PARLOR AND SLEEPING ROOM, UNFURNISHED, with gas snd bath, wanted, for a gentleman and wife, with or wttnout board; location below Fourteenth street. In the rlrlnlty of Broadway. Address H. J., Broadway Poet office. Abplendidly furnished parlor, with one cr two bedrooms attached, to let to one or two single gen tlemen. In a private house, with all the modern tmprovemen'a. A I so, a single room, with grate and gaa. Apply at 96 Prlnoe street, a few dcors we*' of Broadway. A PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD LET, T? A GENTLE man and wl'e, ine second floor, oonsisting of front and bark par or. and one or two bedrooms, with Croton and gas. There is no room lor aberrant. Inquire on the premises, 71 1 hkrd street, near Second avenue. Rent HOO. A WIDOW LADY, UP TOWN, WOULD ACCOMMODATE two gentlemen, or a lady and gentleman, with a hand some (Wnt oarlor, with gas and fire, for the loan of one hun died dollars until the fir* of May. Address A. N. 8., Herald office: references exchanged. A PRIVATE FAMILY HAJTR TWO WELL FURNISHED rooms ou the second storr of a modern house, which they would let, with full' or partial board, to a gentlemen and wife nr to two single gentlemen, with use ot piano. Reference* ex* changed. Apply at 210 West 31st street, between 8th and 9th ?ran una. AFURNISHRD ROOM TO LET-TO A LADY AND gentleman; board for the lady only. For particulars call at eg Crosby street. A GENTLEMAN AND LADY WANT BOARD, IN A pleasant place, where they caa enjoy the comforts of a home. Prefer boarding with a widow Isdy who has but a nb? I family and no boarders. Plea.-e address A. B Herald offioe, stating location, terms. Ac. A YOUNG LADY WISHK8 AN UNFURNISHED ROOM with board In a private family. Address, stating terms which must Be moderate, 8. K. Y., 194 Grand street. A FURNISHED ROOM TO LET? TO A SINGLE GEN tleman, without board, lor (1 SO per week, nrfc for two gentlemen. A.'#o. a small rooin, furnished, for II per week, in a small private family, where ffiere art no boarders. Ap ply at 2Tl> Eighth avenue, near Twenty fourth street. AOENTLtMAN AND WIFE WISH PERMANENT board and lodging in a private family or first cla?s loard idk house. In Brooklyn, near Fliuhing, Myrtle or Dekabb avenues, between !-ki In.an street and Hudson avenue. One 'arg* slied room would be required to hold a ulano or. If one In the house, to have the use of it. Terse s mo derate. Ad dies* Hmile Arm, Herald office. A WIDOW OR SINGLE LADY, WITH A SMALL capi'al. ran have an opportunity to join another in con ducting a respectable boarding honse; the house is in a good Icalion, and plainly tarnished throughout i'lease address G. 8., Broadway Post office, stating where an interview may be had Good tefert nee* fclven aid required. BOAKD.-IWO OR THRER GENTLEMEN CAN Hit Ac commodated with hoard. In a private family, where tae romforts ol home may lie enjoyed; terms moderate; reference exebarged. Apply at N*. i Warren place, Charles street. OOARD.-A FURNISHED <iR UNFURNISHED FRONT JJ parlor I o let, with bos^d. to two gentlemen or a gentleman atd hi* wile. Also, board lor two nr three single (.antlrmen, in a prlva'e American family, at Mrs. Palmer's, ti'l 1 hompson street, near Spring. Board.? single gentlemen will ran good accommodations at 33 Forsyth street, r.ssr Walker. A imsU room sui'abla for a gentleman, htove on third floor for gsueral comfort. RespecUnle mt chanics will Bud this etlgl ble. Terms moderate. Board. -two respectable young men, work irg i.p town, can be accommodated with board. In a ori ta e fsml y, No. N> Seventh street, taird floor, corner of First avenue. Boabd -to let, with board, a front room. In one ot the moat pleasant parte of fast Broadway. As the family s small, a gentleman and wile, or two single gen tlemen, wl'! receive the comfort* of a home; ga? and bain. Inquire at 191 East Broadway. References exchanged. BOARD-AT A COUNTRY *EAT, ON THE EaFTRI VKR. A private family, occupying a large airy eontitry horns, ?.ellghtXully located im the river, having ex ten* v* well ahaded gronndi, vegetable garden, hath house, Ac., wish to make per manent arrangements to board a family and a few gentlemen. Stable and <arr1age room fan be ha*, and parties may provide for their hor?es, u preferred. Oentlemeo 'lotng business In town will final thl* a very dee rabie and convenient summer residence, being only SI i miles from the City Hall, and aer.ee sthie at all hours hv record, Third and Four Ji avenie car*. Addrea* 1 'ountry Seat, Herald office. Board -any small family that understands housekeeping thoroughly, and i* deatron* of reducing tfxrir expenses by taking a family to hoard, may hear of one by ad dieestnr Leon, Union square Post office I he advaniaer would he willing u> furnish one parlor with first class furniture, aod their own rooms. The beet ot referenre given and required. BOARD -TO LET, A LARGE FRONT room on re cond floor, with pantries, to a lady and gentleman, with hoard for the lady only, or partial board lor the gentleman If desired, no moving on the 1st ot May. Pie*** aldres- Mrs Moron. Broadway Poat office, lor two days. Board in Brooklyn -a gentleman and wife m two stngle genemen, can be accommodate 1 with ? large aod pleasant room. In a private family, wWe -very at tentlon fo ihelr comfort I will} he cared for Address tiox Bit NewJYork Post office, or 67 Nassau street, Brooklyn. Board in wp.st fourteenth street-two gentlemen and their wive*, and a single rniiteunn ran be acnomm" late* with furnished apartments and b.?rd, by applying at 106 Weet Fourteenth street, opposite Annunciation rbtirch. Referenda reqalred.# BOARDING-AT M WAR KEN STRUCT, P|,RaS\NT stry rrioms to let, wrlth board, to gentlemen, at ft so per week, and single bed*. BOARDINU-A PR1VATK FAMILY, oocupying A (lr*t elasa house, 'oration tin*urpas*eo . have two n'ossant room*. either furnl hed or nnfurnlshcd, to rent, with board Apply aUnea No ) 170 Wo*t Twtbi) *econd ?tre?y, rear He ! vftith avenue. BOARDING AND LODGING. Boabding -a scit of booms. desirable for a family wttii a private Labia, Ir required, 13 a tin* . clwa hr use Nv. 4'j W?r. Twenty secood street. be' ?o?a F'-Mi ?al fctxth iir'icm, wuMi*,! to 'be taeblonable narks, tiilui r*L rose;* and ouu-:l>'ij.es. A jto. ft room tor singln gentleman. BOiBDlwo.-rvr- v vso norm ?isn to outai* > 0%rd in * h'lih y re-pec -able pr'vate taau'.y or puv*t? fccardiri house, wbare tte.y c* 3 tuj.'y tie comfo-ti of * ho 111, tl.e bts' o< r?fe.-ei.ee g'.ve-i fctd required. AdJrew Y. B., b Ji ! s.f<4 P:rt cam Boarding.- iw<; rf.*i not able you>q men, dh plea id w bboaiditg. bud wUiung to engage a -tiBail I furttehtd rootn permanently, be'OW Cauai atree. atil wettof IS. udeay for f. .in J.. C $h pti. month, i 1 adv?iic-', wui p eu>t) adtiri'"*. tor two itf? box Ui Hera'd o2iee. Boarding.-one or two young MEN can be arcommcdaU'd wi h b<:?' d at K atd $3 *> Per week. A1. >-c CL ? or t?o >UUL8 Udits, ft'. a ilivUi&ton sirest, oad block ft m 'he Bowery. ? ? b CARDING. -TWO OR THREE GhNTLEMKV CAN BK Lceowa)c<}ittrd with rooms. with full or partial board, at M.-l. .Mr.DHC hM'j 5?1 Houston street. BOARDINO HOU^EOS UAIOK SQUARE TO LF.T AND the furniture for sale? AI. n?u and In giad order, real f2.ill0, iurnl'iire to WW. A person giving ruh for furniture aud sec;nt? lur rent may app y at 19 I'd, >n squire. Board wanted? by a<<entli;.man, wich a pae lot a. 1 d mill bedroom, fully furnished, in a house con lairing all the mo-teru ltrurovetneuta I.oculon between K gh h ?tid f'utb ?? Smli aad lettn avenues. Thirtieth aod thirty totu li ''re*:- i: we'.: suited wll. be permaueut. Ad d:e-s, wlt'itul particulars. Lumberer, Herald office. Board wamkd-by a gentleman, his wife, two toting children and n ? . nw a front room and bedroom, ui.turtiiaced, 011 the second or third floors, with water in one ol the rooms. (.ocauon not a^ove Grand a rtet; the eawt side o; ihe towi, preferred Terms must be moderate. Address C. H. I)., box 1 300 Post nfliee. Board wanted-in Brooklyn', by a young geu'emau ard his wife, tor the summer. Any private tam N lAvii'g more room ihm they wish to occupy and who would l.ke a companionable couple to oecuiiy one or two n otn" oti favorable term*, may hear of a desirable opportu nity b) tr dressing B., b> x 1574 Poet office. Mcne but private tsmil e- net d apply Board WANTEi .-TIIFEK YOt'SOGEXTLEMKN, WHO t re cou.-ins, desire to cbtain fin a prlva'e famil r preferred) oue ?i ini? room and a large bedroom, with breakfast, and din uer at ! ? or 6 o'clock. Ux-ation between Bleecker atid Teath m-te'j. lerois tote uioflera'.ejiin^stated. Address, for three days. A. B. C , box 3,018 Post office. Board WAr<TKi - by a gentleman, wife, two c-Mirren, one 11 moa:bs, Uie other .'! veiirs, old. and lu >e in a firtf cians hou-?, with pHvUege of washing, and d;n>'er at 1'.. t-'o.- a front room and bedroom on third floor, t'U pei calenda: menfh wt.1 be paid Reference* given and re quirt d. Address, tor two days, M. B., Herald ofilce. BiiAI'.I) ffAKTKl)-HY TWO GBNTLKMEtT. ITHRIR wives, three children sod two nurses fchl!dren's~*ges. U mi ULcs, and 1 yeara). In a first class bous*, with privilege o' washluj; dinner at 5 or (1. For a third story and good ac (<>mm?dAUum>, flK5 do.lars i er ca'cnd-ir mouth wl'l be paid. Reiererces given and required Address, for two days, J. C. C., Herald office. B- OhRD waated-kor A highly educated French lady, in a private family, where instruction in the r-t'Dfh larguage acd in the rudimeaU ol music wo all be tAken In psrt or lull payment fur board. P ease address G. b , box 4n9, Post rfllce. p()L>TRT BOARD WANTED- POE A LADY AND * 1 chi'd. about fno jears oW. The terms must be mo<lc n-'e Add.eswB , box ^ Post efliee. 17IORM6HBD ROOMS TO LKT? WITHOUT BOARD. IN J Sevenif enlh street, near the Fourth avenue, in a small pilrate lauii y. Terms moderate; retereuoes required. Ad dress M. K. H., Union square Poet office. RCOMP? WITH HOARD, ON THE SKOOND FLOOR, front; a double ball room, adjoining, with board together i rs>epaiate. Single gentlemen and a gentleman and wife can fli.i1 Mccommodatton lu a private family, by apn lying at So. 146 T?e uli ?titet. near SecOLd avenue. Local ion pleasant. Oars and staged 1 ear. ROOMS? IN SUITS OR SINGLE. WITH OR WITHOUT loitrd, to :amilles or single gentlemen, In the pleasantly ?imated house 19 Union aquare. rjlO I.F.T, FURNISHED? A BEDROOM, WITH KIRR J pifcCe. Appl* at 1^1 White street. TWO YOUNG GRNTLEMKN ARK DESIROUS OK OB t. lining board in a private family in Brooklyn, in the vicl nitv ot Vu.ton or Wall street ferries, where the comforts of a It" me may be enjo>ed. Retereuoes exchanged. Address O. A. b, box 2,743 Post office. TTN ^K^OR AMERICANO QUIERE SAHBE DE HAI I utia tamllla Espanola donde el podrla tener nncuartul esiiu ccmo unade lal'smllla.comoel qulere aprendar la len gua. Adresw M., Herald office. WANTED? BOARD, FOR A YOUNG LADY. IN A private family, or where there are but tew boarders taken, and where she can find the comfora of a bom*. Terms must not exceed $6. Address O. T. Cm Onion square Post offire A YT[7"ANTBD ? IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, NEAR THE v ? aity . board for a little gli 1, (Harlem or westoh ester pre ferred) where she will have a home and receive good, moral training. Addrets Mrs. A. B., Herald office, stating location, ar.d where an interview may be lutd. HOUSES, ROOMS, &Ch WAKTEd! A LARGE COUNTRY HOUSE, WlVH A FEW ACERdOF A. land, wou'd be purchased, tf within fifty miles of New York. In this State, ft the owner would name the price and ferd description to w. Wordal, box 4,044 Poa. office. Apartments wanted-by a small ameeican family without children, four or fire rooms In the upper part ol a boose situated west of Broadway and between Nerth Moore and Rank streets; the rent most be moderate. Address, slating terms, Ac., L. E. Rook, No. 3tD Washington street. A LADY WOULD LIKE TO HIRE A HOUSE, WITH mod era Improvements, partially famished, where the family would be ? tiling to board ont the r?nL The belt of reference given. Address L. H., Herald office, tor two day 3. CLUB ROOM WANTED-HITL'ATRD IN EITHER THE Fifth or Fight h wards. 1 be rent must not exceed $110 per annum. Any person having surb a room to let will pleaae address box 8)1 Herald office, slaung terms, location, Ac. House wanted.-a three story attic, or four story bouse, having all the modern improvements is wanted for a first class boarding house; it must be situated be ween Fourth and Twenty -fourth streets, and First and Eighth avenues, possession given on or before the first of April, and t>e rent about 91,009. Address E. A. R., Herald office, for three days. House.? wanted, to buy a house and lot, in New York. Brooklyn or Williamsburg, or will buy a lease for five, ten or twenty one years of a house and lot, either a first, second or third clas* honselwlil do, it|it can be repaired. A tilrra-h prioe will be paid for aay place ot this description. Apply to PaYTBN, 91 Division street. House wanted -a three story house, with modern improvements, between Eighth and Thirty fifth stree's and Fourth and Eighth avenues, is wanted on a lease of several } ears, bv a good tenant, at a rent not to exceed StXH). Address box 1,530 Post office. House wanted-by a family of two persons, to accommodate a few genteel boarders; would prefer the tie rent being taken in board, or partially so. The be it ot re. terences given and required. Please address Brown, Hera.d offioe. Rooms wanted.? a second floor, suitable for a small family, without children, is wanted on the 1st of May; a parlor, two bedrooms, and small kitchen, with water, will be required; location west of Broad w?y, below Grand street. To a small family who have more room than they wan', tbls is a good chance for getting _a good tenant. Address, stating :ocs?on and terms, ('. M. W., Herald office. Small bou*s wanted? on the west bids of the city, between Chambers and Caua! streets; rent from VfiO to t*M. Possession on 1st of May, or sooner. Ail lreas box 2t# l'ost tfflee. r BOOKBINDERS.? WANTED, A SECOND HAND en bossing press, suitable for octavos. Also, a backing machine and sawing machine. Address D. 1'enfleld <k Co., box SB Post ' Hire, ( 'anandalgua. N. Y. XI' aNTF.D, TO RENT OB LEASE? A LOT OF OROU.1D, f T havtr.g an old building or abed upon It, to be located east ot Pecond avenue, and within five minutes' walk of Twentv teventh street and First avenue, baif a lot will do, Please nd dr> ss immediately Manufacturer. 289 Bowery. W ANTED- TO RENT, ON THE 1ST OF 4PR1L, Futt f F a small family, three persons snd child apartment* (parlor, two beorootns and kitchen.) in a quiet h use, wltnone or two Ismllles, between Bowery and Essex street, or avenue A, rent not to exceed S1S0. Address H. R., bt<x 1,899 Post office. YVT ANTED ? A MIDDLE SIZED HOUSE, IN A RESPECT. TT able location dawn town; rent not to exceed $500 Ad dr*ssG. A W? Herald office. Wanted? tbe cpperpartof a conveniently built house, ?lt< ated either In the Seventh. 1'enih or Thirteenth wards. Bent not to exceed two Hundred dollars. Address F. P. T., Ml Wate* street. YV'ANTED? A FURNISHED HOUSE. ABOVE CANAL TT streei. went of Broadway, below Houston strei-t. Ad dress Mrs. J. V., Broadway Post office. ?Tlr ANTED TO HIRE-FROM OR BEFORE THE FIRST fr of May next, two roomi. with fojillng doors la or about the Eighth or Ninth wards. Kent not to en eed 9150. Address A. M. S., Hernld otlice. "IVrANTFD-A SMALL BRICK OR STONE FRONT TT house, with the modern Improvements, Including gas and bath location west side of the city, an.l not higher up than 1 1 Irty-flttb street. Rent not to exceed fflOO. Add-eas box 777 l'ott offioe. ANTED. ? A PRIVATE FAMILY. HAVING A FRONT vT basement, (F.ngllsb prelerred.je Iglile for a phydclan's office, can meet wllb a desirable tenant. Location between Fourteenth and Thirty fourth streets, and Second and Sixih avenues. Rent, including uas and tire, I'As) per annum. Pos session on or before May 1. Address, wnta particulars, O II Smith A Co., 344 Kroaoway, <2 Appleton's Buildjtgs ) bouse .e"in* sgents. " WA>TK,I) TO RENT-FKOM UT OF MAY, A HOI-'SB In the vll age of Yonkers, within :en minutes walk of (he Hudson Blver Railroad depot. Address, stating location, terms, Ac.. F'ratklia. Herald < ffice. \\ A N TED-TO PURCHASE OR RENT, A SMALL TT house, with modern Improvements, the nearer the 1 entre o? the city ibe better. Addresa statlni: terms and location John Williams, box 3,126, Post office. WANTED A SMALL COTTAGE HOUSR, IK BROOK TT lyn, flfieen or twenty minutes' walk from Ful ,n lerrr pleasantly situated, with gas. Ac., on the city rallr-'ad rent moderate and sure; satisfactory reference given. Address G F B . Herald office, stating prioe, location, Ac. WINEH A!*D LIfitVORtl. AUMa ASSORTMENT OF BRANlilKS, SHRMIIR Madeiras, Porta, champagne and claret wines, Holland gin, Schiedam pchnapps, Old Monongabela, Scotch and Irish whiskies, l-ondon and Dnblin porter and Scotch ales, for <ale at rUDERHILL A MATTMRSCN'S, 430 Broome, corner or Crosby street near Broadway. American brandy UI PACKAGES OF uaMIM pipe-, gin, New England rum, Moniwgshela and recttfied whiskey, pure spirits, high and low proof. >a hh.ls, andb)ls. We invite city aud oountry buyers to cxamlce ih<> best and" ccespest s oe* Inmarket. C. WARD A CO 110 Murray street, agents lor the distl |s?. DOUBLE SWAN. HOLLA Nil GIN ANB FRENCH HRAN dies, la bonded warehouse, In halt pipe-, quarter cwks and e'sbtt casks, for sale, from t'nstan House stores bv Mpi-ON A MRO'fl., 19 Bearer street. ' 7 I RISH WHIf KEY. -TWO rUNCMWl fdvit ?N smjPK. I rtor Iilsb msli wti?key For sale from itnde.- Ciisto-n House lock, hy JOHN DAVIS A?')N, Imiiortrrii >, Front stieet. v?_1"oil IAUI $1 ESTATE J?K<iAR8, JEW WtUvU.Uvv. elry and personal prnnertv, for site or eichsrge Agents and a partuer wanted with soma cspltal. Apply a'. self Broadway, mum 4. 4 I OH (WW | WOITH OK REAL EXTATK IV N F.W PIvU.v'UU Jet M#T, for sale-CouiUing oi firms Uiufe* ai d low, in ibe riciniiy of Morrtstowu and Patersoo, country tc-i<ti ces. Ac; om sp'eadid [tartan cottars, wi'h every modern convenience, situated upon a beautiful lake; alio. dweUlog botues i? let Id Morristown aad vteimt?; oue sp.tudld p.esch orchard farm tor sale at a great s*crl ice. C*U Immsdlately upon GRfcKN A CO., ?.?5 Broadway. 7 J (WWi AfKKfl OF un FOR BALE OR EX . I change for otty properly? Situated oil and near the \ trgluia and lennesnee Kaiiroad, in tracts to ault pur* i ch-vers Teruia low, and title guaranteed perfect. Apply to i'AMPllkLL A HARR1980N, Yi/ginla land agency, 15 1 Froadway. $'JC (1(11 1 -FOR BALK OR EXCHANGE FOR RCAL iT<)t/.OUv", extate or mortgages In this city, the whole or part of a va.'uab e stock, consisting of china, glass, gas fixtures, c ocks, ctudelabras, mantel ornaments, Iron furniture, Ac. , to. Kht-r wt'h store flxlures. Apply to J. STOUVKHEL A JO., hroadwa; . IWlft -FOR sale, brick hochk. thirty iP^tJ.UUU. fifth stieet. W.SUO, brick house. Forty third ><tree', $5 500: browu atone houae, Henry s'reet, Brooklyn. $'>.000 re it 1700; thirteen cottages, South Brooklyn, $1,500, reut * 1 'JO eacii; houae and Cour Ion. 112th street and Thlrdave nue, <375. HABTW10K.S08 Broadway, room tto. 1. ^(V( (>/ vn ?FOR BALK OR EXCHANGE, A MANU ?JPi?U.UUU. faciurtng business in this city. Ion# estabdah ed, can pay $.10,1)00 to $50,000 per annum, or $10,000 will tecure iuslf Interest In the above; 55,000 will secure $1,010 per annum and 7 percent Interest; the investment guaranteed, Address immediately D, box 155, Herald ollioe. AijA ?A RARE CHANCH FOR MIKING A IpZiU.UUU. large amount In a manufacturing business, well established, and done for sash. The proprietors wish to diafore ol the buaineks, and will do so on liberal terms. For particulars apply at S.%7 Bioadway. *Qik (inn ?FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. A VERT ?AtU.l/v/l/. tine farm of 600 acres, on Long Island, near the Sound; K?od Improvements, abundance of fruit, 150 acres tinder cultivation; land good, and will be sold cheap; la) acres near Morristown, will exchange. THOS. WhJ,WOOI>, 78 Nassau sireet. <K1 1\ (UK) CI.EaR OF ALL DEBT? TWO VALUABLE fitl.UUU uat?nia, with all the stock and tools, fpatsrn", Ac., where there will be business enough for two; all it wantsia capital, and there can be made from $15,000 to $20,000 per an num. 1 he business has been established six yean; one of the patents was gran. ed on 12th June, lh56, and one on the 12th February, ISM. For particulars inquire of WM. GBK8, 58 FuMon street, third floor a>Q K|i/I ?PRIVATE RE8IDKNCK8 FOR SALE- ? TWO jP O.sJLrU. fine modern three story brick houses and lota, on West Thirteenth street, near Sixth avenue; also, two line four story new houses hi West Twenty fifth sircet, near Seventh avenue; also, a tine modern tbrte story house and lot, 25x98 9 on Wet 'J wenly-eigbth atreet, opposite Lamaninepark; aUotwo line tkree story modern brick houses and lots, on West Twenty seventh strest. near Sixth avenue; also, :ioo other houses and lots, in desirable locatioua, for sale by a. SERGEANT, 15 Wall street. (MIA -EARM. 115 ACRES, AT 8MITHTOWN, iPO.UUl/, Long Island, five tnlles from Sullolk station, highly cultivated, well watered, good buildings, with streets, Ac ? baudaomely ,'oc*ted u<r a genUema,''s country retldence and worthy the attention of those who wish a supetlor location. Owner can be seen - Mr. HARTWiCK-at 208 a rotdway. (t(lO -PARM OF 00 ACRES, RICH SOIL. ALL tTU.UUU. under bish state of cultivation; large dwelling house, nearly new. containing 14 rooms, and a store, over ihtr tl five years estaoll^hed; out buildings, numerous and in good order, location beauuiu:, and within 25 mllea ot thiac ty. W. J. BhUNDRED A OO., Common wealth Buildings, 15 fcassau street. 0-C r.nn -FOR SAL*, A FARM OF 1WKNTY FIVB ^ ty V/V/ , acres, in Westchester county, fourteen miles from tw Vot k, one hall mile from depot and two miies from nesmboat landing. The land is 'n good cultivation, and well fenced with stone. On the premises is a comfortable house, tans and carriage house: also a fine apple orchard, wiih a variety of smaller fruits, and a living stream of water near the door, naaslng throngh the farm Terms very ea?y. Apply to J. HMI'IH, corner of While and Kim streets, tr sight ofliee. 6 (WW) t;OR?s OF PRIME SPRUCE PINE WOOD OF ?vUU ordinal growth, for sale. The subscribers will ^ell ci oontiact Mr the above amount of wood, to be delivered this year, on board of vesjela, at the ahowest notice. The de tention of vessels will always be as short as possible, say from two to four days. Fi r particu'ars, address nbownlng A Brown, I.aiicaster Court Rouse, Virginia. 14 500 -FOR 8ALK- A PROFITABLE MA1UFAC turlng business; oce of the best ever ofl'ered, to an enterprising man. The goods are sold for cash. A por tion of the money will be allowed to stand, or will take real eg ta'e or property. Apply to C. B. HOWES, ,k UO.,84 Ma-.aau sti eel. rt 1 9^(1 -A RESTAURANT FOR SALE, ONE EQUAL half ot one ot the heat do vn town dining sa loons in the eitr; only reason for selling, the proprietor is en gng?d out ol use city. Apply to C. B. lloWKb A CO., 84 Naa sau street. d-O(W) -FOB SALE, INTEREST IN A .SPLEVDII) fuuU. little cash business, near Astor House, cleinug yearly over fvery expense $3,500; alao, superior old estab.lsh ed fancy goods store in Kighth avenue, twelve years standing; price $1,150. Partner wanted, in furniture and upholatery Business in Broadway, with $3,000 to $S,(M)0. Partner wanton. In machinery business. In Paierson, N. J., $5,000. Apply at 86 Chambers street, rooB No. 8. O-Ofifi ?FOR SALE, A LIGHT CASH .MANIFAC ?i pOUU. turing business, yielding an income of $1,500 t-> $2,000 yearly. The business Is wholesale and retail, duie strictly for cash, with a large number of regular customers. Apply to C. B. HOWES A CO., 84 Nassau street. ?1 ?A DRINKING SALOON, DOWN TOWN, FOR "PluU. sale; It ii worth at least 1W0, and will be sold to cf?y (or the above amount to a cash customer. Apply to C. K. HOWES A CO., 84 Nassau street . FOR SALE at the rate of - - - . ? property will be taken, If exchanged. Thia is an opportunity seldom to be met with. Apply at 158 Grand atreet, at the drug store. flJfrnWILL SECURE TO A GENTLEMAN, DESIROUS ol travelling, a new art and valaable apara us. which will afford a highly profitable business. Call on M. DUBOIS, at 710 Broadway, from 8 to 10 A. M , or A to 8 P. M., for three days. A STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER FOR SALE? WITH ,piiut), shafting, pullej a, be. ting, Ac , the whole inau perlor order, and warranted in every respect. Can be seen runalcg. This is a rare opportunity to fi'. out an establishment with steam. Apply at 182 West Eighteenth street, east of Eighth avenue. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO COMMKXCE BUSI nett.? For sale, ih? stock tod fixtures of a fancy store, to gether with the household fnrnltnre; one of the best business (orations In this city, and a Unit rate stand For terms mid foil par'tcul&rs app'y to J. B. WEEDEN, 82 Wall street, Jones wart, room No. 9. A GOOD CHANCE FOB AN APOTHECARY.? AN Ex cellent drug store tor sale, which has oeen established '.or 20 years. Receipts daily, Horn 115 to $?'?. tty store Is la a gr>od neighborhood, and has always beea respectably patronized and well attended to. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. A BARK CHANCE.? BAKERY FOR HALE, NOW DOING an extensive business, tn a thriving village near the city, with steamboat communication every day. The owner will dispute ol the three years lease, fixtures, horses, wagons and sleighs, and every necessary appurtenance for the Btiocessful protecuuoM ot the business, on easy terms to a r-Mponail'le person, as be Is now otherwise engaged. Immediate posses ion given. For further particulars apply at loo Murray street. a GREAT BARGAIN.? FOR SALE, THE LEASE AND \ furniture of bouse No. 100 Eighty fifth strtet. first class use. between Third and Fourth avenue*; rent $450. (carriage ? .use connected.) Lease four year* from May next, h'urnl t're entirely new: cost $4,000 Any person desirous of a plase -it tbla kind vtll do well tocail on HENRY HaNFIELD, of the firmol Logue A Hanlield, Not. 13 and 14 Washington Mar ket. Went street sloe. It will be sold at a gr^at sacrifice. on account of death In the family. N. B.? The 1 bird avenue cars run w Eighty sixth street, for 6'4c. A CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN WESTERN LANDS. 25.000 sx?e? of first quality se'ected tartmng ;ind grazing lands, lyiDKicn and near four prominent railroads, <!n opera tion ) in the hetilthlest and most rapidly improving part ot the (?tate of Illinois, are ottered for sa'.e, in one or more parcels ? preat bargain. Tit e perfect. The immense resourcs of 'Ms State are undergoing the moat rapid deveb pement. and, is out ural consequence, such lands as the ?"ove are dailv rising greatly in value. Such an opportunity for the profit*1''* lnvestmmt of raplial is now rarely oli'ered. For particalM* address Kdward K. Jones, South Third street, Philadelphia. Avert dmrabIiI country residence. <>? the batks ef the 1 hamet river, hall' way betwen New IjOU don and Norwich, Corn., consisting of large huuen. store, w hnrl and ten anes ol tine land, will be told \ 8ry ioiv, or ev. changed for good property in or near thisclty. tor particular* apply to A. PRKNTiCE, 167 Broadway. A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE. (situated 1 14 miles from Eliza^ethtown, N-w Jersey; au elegant cottage, SO feet front, 40 feet deep, 2>f stories, out buildings. Ac., with 16 acres lsi>d. For further particular*. In quire ot Win. B. POWELL, :"*? liroadway. ABAKVRY-FOR SALE, A WELL KNOWN ANIt FIRST cla*s bakery, in one of the best locations in the city, with fixtures complete. I'oimession given on the lir.?t ol April next. FC particulars inquire ot O. BOMER8, 41 Grand street, Kant Brooklyn. Bakery fob salr.-thr three story and basic inent brick house, situated on the corner ol Backeta.i < 'olumbla streen, bouth Brooklyn, occupied as a baker v for the las', ten > ears by the present proprietor. P. Go'tgh; the hotwe is 18 by 40 feet, lot lh by 100; oo the premises are two ovens, also f te vault; on the rear of the lot is a two storv and b**a mtot brick stable, If by 'J) feet; this Is considered one of the ben stands la Brooklyn, and has every convenience tor doing a i. ext ensive business. Reason for selling, Illness of the pro irietor. I! tot sold before |tht<lMh Inst , will he leased to a good tenant. For further particulars inquire ol A. DOUGH IrTY, 78 Cliff street, B. Y. Brush factory for sale, in klll operation, with ampler machinery ?The whole will he sold a bar gain, and on a long credit. A first rate opportunity for an ac tive young man to jet into business. Bo money required, it good security is offered. Apply on the premises, 1113 ana 2ii6 centre street, oorner of Howard, from 9 to 11 A. M., or 1 to 2P._M.___ /COUNTRY SEAT IN EXCHANGE FOB A <7TY \J house.? Situated in a healthy location, within one hour of Wall street; a>-out two aerosol land, beautltully laid out in avenues and terraces; great variety of trait and ornamental trees; h< use containing eleven runma. dairy room and coal celiar, h?i>d?ome outculldings; stab e, carriage house, Ac. Will exchange for a house containing modern improvements, suitable tor a sma.l family. Answer* must state lecaiion de jcriptlon a?d price, also where an Interview may he had. Will not be disposed of unless before April 1. Address Ex change H'rsid office. ?' Drug 8TOU for sale? very CHIAP, for cash; situated on one of the best railroad aveauss in this city. For further Information Inquire at 234 Third avenue, one door below Twenty first street. Drug RTORR for s*i,b-nratly kittkd up, well slocked and doing a good business, situated in a good location. In tbe beat business avenue in the city ; will he ?old a bargain, If applied tor Immediately. Apply at 55 Cedar street. . FnffSu IN THK REV E MTHJ W A R I)? TMK FIRBT c la^s three story and finished a?t|c dwelling bonse a id lot, lit Rutgers place. Slxe of lot 26x110 feel, 1 0 feetco'irfvard In front; house 26x55 feet, with party walls, built In the best mnntier and comnloto with all the modern Improvement a. The location Is dellKhtfnf, overlooking the grounds of the old Rut gers estate, w ith a view of tbe MM river, farms easy. In ipilre of SAM. R PLATT, lfift Greenwich s' reel For sale? thrke substantial three stoby basement snil counter cellar houses and lots In Thir: -/-fifth street between Eighth arid .> mill avonues. Nos. Jtxi, Jtw and 210 BiJ* of house*, twenty rflet by flftv, loU, twenty bwt by n!r>etv eight nine inches, with a!1 the mi.dern ImpinvamcnU. Pnste'.sifin give i Inimedlste'v Price $-,VK|, c portion of the ptir?h*se money can retfiair on met 'n?gf Apply on the pre miers. jroa BAX.au ^ FURNITURE ltUHINESS FOR BALE-AX OUl K4TA biiahed buslne?* of nineteen jenrs' standing, aud store to let, with the preseU strcg, wbloh U now light. To aay pereoo acqua.uted with the bushiest, this will be found a goo-i *Ppor, tunlty the present owner bavins Cher buslnem eau'iili w at tend to HKMtY SI IFF, H6 Monl^miTj street, .lersny Oil,' Fob sale-the two story and ahic brick house, >o. I Wesley plara, corner of riouib Second %ud Fifth street, Williamsburg. For terms apply ou the premises, or Ui A. H. 1* UN I. a I', MB Front street. For sale- three first pun houses, four Btcry brown su*e fronts, high stoops In a aetirahU 1> cation in Twenty -ninth supet. haiweeu ttadi*>n rvni Fourth avtoues, liniehed wlili all the m xleru improvement*. lnqu'r hi WM BTBB or J. W. FIKI'1>KU, on the pntppib Fob halk~a cottaob, shop, babv, stable a?d large garden storked with choice fruit, su *b an pi now. grapea, cherries, peai be*, qunoes, apricots, gooseberries, currant* Ac , situated In the village of Mortonviile, live miles from .Sewhurg. Apply to JOHN y II I'LL li'O L,e viisireei . FfHiR 8AI.K LOW? THE FOUR STORY BROWN STONE Eng'tsli basement be use, 129 Islington avenue, between Twenty ninth and Thirtieth atreols, l? ropiete with a I the mo dern improvements, and oaonot be surpassed, inquire oa ? lie premises lor particulars. OIOB SALB-THI OLD ESTABLISH KP SALOON VNJ P Restaurant, 232 Broadway. Apply ou the premises. For sale ob to rknt? the large and airy three storv inoderu built bouse No 25 WasbiogtOfc place, immediately adjoining tie square. repletf Willi till ftw corne nirnre*. such a* gas, oaih loom, w tier closet*. Ao. For term* apply to WOODWARD A PEARCE, oornar of Meroer and Fourth streets. FOR SALE OR TO LET? THE FIVK STORY BRICK store, with good cellar, ho. 2 Store street. Inquire of a. I A 8. BOBBINS, Nos 5 and 7 Fulton market. lilOR SALE-MI AND 243 SIXTH AVKNI'K, BETWEEN X Fifteenth snd Sixteenth streeis, two lots with * front of .51 tect f> inches by UK) leet deep, with a brick double cottage, two stories high, containing thirteen rooms. Tbe promise* can be teen between 9 and 10 o'clock A. M , and 2 and 5 P. M. KfOtt SALE CHEAP -A LAEGB SALAMANDER SAFE, V made by lien log; double doors and powder proof lock. Inquire of 1). D. N ash. 298 Broadway. L'OR SALE OR TO LkT-THK THREE STORY AND v basement brown Btcne tront bouse, i63 Liwreuce street, Brooklyn, second door from Fulton avenue ; modei u laprove ments, anu In oomplete order; will be wild cheap, or rented to a good tenant. Apply on the premise*. II sold part can remain. FOR SALE CIIEAl' TERMS BAST, A LOT AND FINE three story, conveniently built brick bouse, with sliding doors six marble mantels. Ac. Inquire on the premises, 102 Forty ilfth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, of C. ackfrman. For SALE? THE GOOD will of a lease of three lots of ground, on the southerly side of Thirtieth street, between Tentii aid Eleventh avenues. (Ground rent $00 each Ser annum. Appiy at tbe nflloe of JAMES N. WELLS, lt>7 Inth avenue, or ot A. BRIDGES, 64 Cortlandt street. FOR SALE -A COUNTRY SEAT, PLEASANTLT 81 rU ated, a few minutes' ride from Scotch Plains depot, on cen tra! lailroudof N. J , one hour and a half from New York. Contains a large modem houa* and requisite outbuilding*, with 28 acres, In good cultivation For timber particulars, in quire on i lie premises, of O. Miadleton, or of FOSTER A LEACH, 2ti Eroadway. fi^OR HALE-PREMISES 145 AND 147 FULTON STREET, r known as the ila* State hotel; the whole together, or each building by ilfell'. The greater part of the purchase mon-y may remain ou mortgage. Price much less than value. Ap ply to or address S. B. POSTLhY, 10 Wall street. E>OR SATE OR EXCHANGE, AT LOW PRICES-TWO L iliree story and basement fltst class homes, llo and 1)2 West Forty. fltth street, between Sixth ami seventh avenue*; one four story English basement brat class bouse, 229 West 'thirty tilth etreet, beiween hlgh:h and ^ inth aveuites; one four s'ory dwelling and fore. No. 449 Ihirl aveuue; al-oelgSt trraiu houses on Thirty -sixth strcei belwe?u .Seventh aad Et?hth avenues Apply or address J AMKS D. RAY, 13 Citial street. ITOR 8ALB-THB TWU|8T0RY AND ATTIC KRICK P bouse and lot, >o 64 First <<tree'; has gas, bath, hot aud coM water. Price $7,000, half ol the puicliaau money aan re main on bond and mortgage for a term of years, at 6 per cent. Apply on tbe premises. ftt/K SALE? THE STORE BO I'LMSTRRBT, CORNER OF Worth; it is one cf the best locations in the Sixth war! for a grocery or liquor store. The unexpired term of lease is two years and two mouths; tfce rjnt Is very low. There Is also a sta le utiftchtd to it, which will bold efcht hotseat. For parUo nlars apply to JO0IPB MURPHY'. 61 south street, FA&M-FROM 10 TO 100 ACRES, FOR SALE OR EX cbanpe for city property, situated in the town or Yonkers. Westchester county, about 17 miles from New York, within ljjj mi es of two depots on the Hartem Railroad and 2% miles of the Hudiou River Railroad, inquire on tbe premises of P. VALENTINE. Pert-ona wlshlAto Hee the loi'Mity of the land will gat out at Hunt's Bridge stan->n. ou the Harlem Rallrosd Fior hale? at a bargain, a hodsb and lot on Fifty-fourth street, between Fifth aud Sixth avenues, op Sneite St. Luke's Uost/ital grounds. The house istn One order, I leet" by about 40 feet; lot 100 feet deep; price, t4,S00; oue half may remain on mortgage. Apply to Dr. HILTOM, on 'he premises, or at 192 East Broadway. Fob sale-cheap, at north castle, we^tchbs ter county, three miles from Armonk village, handsomely located on the mats road from Portches'er to Bedford, a nesr two story|frsnie|hou?e.|wllPwlngs, built in the best muiner and of theP?sl maierial. with two acres of fine land attached P. 0. BULKLHY, 49 Wall street, basement. Fob salb ob to let, in bbooklyn-the two s'ory. attic and basemeLt brick front dwelling, lOrt York p'reet, within from three to five minutes' walk of the Fu uw, Catherine and Bridge street ferries. Terms made known oa application to JaMkS HARPER, 137 Court street, Brooklyn. FOB SALE CHEAP-THE FIXtURES, AC., OF A Li quor Mi re, neatly fltiei up and wed located. Apnlv at 224 East Twenty -third street, between First and Seooul avenues. For sale or excha*gp-a splendid farm, in Western New York; good buildings, choice graifed fruit In abm dance, rear a cash market. Terms easy; from SO to SO ptr cent can remain on bond and mortgage, It desired. Ad dress Martin, Herald office. For sale-two substantial focr story brick bouses, Nos. 169 and 115 East Thirty-third Areet, near Lexington avenue. Philadelphia brick fronts, mirble mantels, bath snd rsnge; Crotoo water on each floor. Houses 20 by 44 feet; lot W:9; in good order; 60 per cent can remain or. bond and mortgage. Apply at No. 109 Thirty-third street. IjHiR SALE-THB STOCK, FIXTURES AND LEA8E OF P store and back room, 68 Sixth avenue The stock con sists of millinery and lancy goods; will be sold separately or in parts, or together; all will be sold at a bargain; must be sold this week. Apply as above. C<OR RALE? THE MAGNIFICENT STEAM ENGINE r foiuhern Belle, which inceived the first premium at the Cryrial Palace World's Fair; la 36 horse power; has never been used except at the Exhibition, and is now offered for sale, solely because round too small tor our sewing machine works. Inquire of GROVER A BAKER, Sewing Mashine Company, 406 Broadway. F>OR SALE OR TO LET - A NEAT TWO STORY COT tage on Clermont avenue, near Myrtle, Brooklvi. Will Le let low to a good tenant. For terms apply to WILLIaM VhRWILL, 142 Broadway. For sale-a large store, in which a large countrv trade is done; said store has one acie of land at tacbed, with building thereon, in a nourishing country village, and will be sold cheap. Termi of payment made easy. Iu quire at 861 Sixth avenue. W. H. HlNE. f'ARM FOR HALE OR EXCHANOK FOR CITY PR ) perty.? A l?rm of twenty-four acres, well stocked with a variety of fruit treea, large orchard, a two story house with aa 1., carriage house and two baini, in good repair, situated about b?li a mile (run the village of Lima, Livingston county, .New York. There I* is ihe village a Methoslst college, making it a desirable location tor any ODe wishing to educate a tatni v ofcli.dren. For particulars inquire ol Sir L. A. BEEBE, of I.i'i a, cr Htone, W eaver A Co., Wo. 2 Maiden lane, N. Y. h'or bale-two brick cottaue houses, coj? n taining eight good rooms, with pau'.rtea and cellar. The toutea are finifhed in good style, piazza in front, marb'.e mmi tel?, gas, sliding doors io parlors, water in baaemem, and i ? CHH d on good high ground, being on Graham street, between I e*a!b nnd Lafayette avenues. I'rice 12,300- Terms made to stii'. a!>o, a neat eoitage, with stable and plot of ground, con taining llftppn lota, with shrubbery and fruits of ditPerent kinds, arri will be Jet to a good tenant very low. Apply a* the gro cery store on the corner of Graham street and Dekalb avenue, Kast Brook.yn. FOR BALI- TBI STOCK, fixtures a Nn furni ture ot a hotel at the depot, Fordham, Westchest-ir coun ty. together with the ("tock of horses, carriages, sleighs, h i i.ess, sheds and everything necessary to curry on the ousines*. This i? a chance not met witn every day. Apply on the pre miser, of C. J. SUTl ON. For bale? and possession given in april, or sooner, the three story modern built home and lot, 12! Wen- Thirteen h street, between Slith and flevonth avenues A H 1 1 v to E. H. KLY, 4H Wall street (Jauncey court). For balk? the lease and fixtures of hours aid store 100 Bowery. For particular* inquire on the premises. If OR HALS? THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A COM 17 mission bakpry and toy store. Will be sold cheap, as tb9 present occupan is retiriLg from business Beautifully situ Med by the park. No. 4 lteach street, and near a school ot twelve hundred scholars. Inquire on the premises. No. 4 .Snach street. IPOR SALE OR TO LET? A IloUrfE AND LOT IN TAR ' rytowr, pleasantly situated on the margin ol the Hudson river, within three minutes' walk ot the railroad depot, 'terms reasonable Inquire of .JOHN K. GRIFFEN, 82 Maiden lane, orit 1 R1 AH f iELI>, 19H Elizabeth street. V(|R HALK-AN KLKOANT THREE Sf)RY HHICK r house, magnificently furnished, In the most pleasant locu ' k b in East Brooklyn, five minutes' walk from Peck slip terrv. the hou'e is in captiial order and furniture nearly new; pos session given immediately. Price, $H,SOO; H.SOO can remain on house, and the balance will be taken In first mortgages on property in New York or Brooklyn. House and turmture cost IIO.U'O. For turtner information apply to H. W. HULL, No. 5 Bowling Green, New York, or (5 t'lymer street, East Brooklyn. VOR BALE? A TWO YEARS' LEASE FROM 1ST MAY r nest, and fixtures; an established saloon and restaurant. Apply at 61 Pike slip. Possession given immediately. For balk-a seven years- lease of a grocery More, corner of Centre and Anthony streets, together Willi the nock, fixtures and good will. It is an "A 1" store for sell ing groceries and liquor, and for a smart man It ,1s a chance ihtt dr>e? not often open to make money. Apply at jjij Wash ngt< n street, corner chambers. fflOR BALE- IN FIFTY-BIXTH STREET. 100 FEW 1 from the Sorond avenue, two neat c rtlage frame housea, containing nlt'e rooms each, finished lit for genteel families; will be sold cheap; II not sold, will be sold at auction on the 11th of March, by Anthony J. Bleecker. Terms: ftftv per cent can remain on mortgage tor five years. Inquire on the prerui W, cflTjULIBir. For bale, or exchange for first class rail road bonds, a first class elegant residence in the moat de llfhtiul part of South Hrookljn, replete with every modern Im provement, within five minutes' walk of the ferry. House ta situated on a corner. Blie of house, 8# x M; ot lot, 35 by 1S4 feet. Ihe house Is as pleasantly situated as any In Brooklyn Pure air and go d water. The lurnlture entirely new last year, can he purchased with the house. If desired; atao, tarn iota in rear, extending to the other street, If desired. Address Fernrity, Herald office. IPOR BALE TWO MINUTE* FROM l/KPOT AT WOol>. r haven, miles by l/>ng Island Railroad, near 12 Iota; hotife. ail rooms, garret and hasoaeat, water In It. Inoufra on the premises, or by letter only to C. Bety, oare 'jot OI31n AOo . iS7 Vssey street. J.M.K BALE- A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HKAT Afff) P lam of thirty si* acres of choice land, sit>nu?l In Clinton New ,lerse>, tv>o mllM from Ner ark and t.oar the residence ot < aptau. tv/.ta Nye The build. ig* are all r,s? url In ^o>f older, lor further partlcf.'ara inquire of C H. HAi.DHIV, ho. villi Dtifu Id lit 'iktyn, o< of W>i'<a<n t.vn, nev flip premises. F roH liti. iHlB SALE ? OR EXCHANGE fOK A dU ALL FaK M. rr for a bouse an J lot, Id or near iIm. oily a stout ot atm chandler J and >hip atom, worla abjut $5 000, together with a three yeast' iea.^e o I store, la a good looaia-m, and at tow reu . For particu ar* a&pi* to huMb.il MORGAN, No. 3 Metropj.i iat> back Butidiog, Pine street. Ill A KM FOR UU-lT PUBLIO AUCTION, as Mifl 1 das, 10th March next, at 2 o'clock, P. M , at tiie houte / ?amue' Vanderbecs, Liberty Pole, Mew Jer*ey consisting ot 70 seres, 53 improved, balance uood timber USd; In* a good dwelling bones and barn, tine orchard, well watered by a never falling #'re?m and an excellent spring datd farm ia situated 'n iM ne:ghl orbond of TeneHjr, 12 mile* from New Y? rk.ubouta quarter of a mile above 'tie liberty pole. For Larticulars appiy to the subscriber. on the premises. J.vMEd DONKKRSLOOT. Or o John J. T alien VI, 212 Broadway New York. fclOR HALk-THfc TH?K8 STORY OWKLUMU, WITH I? modern ImprcvemnntH, No. 01 Kast Tweuiy-mxth street rear Fourth uvi'Qiie, in per "eel order, having bene reonnUy panted throughout. Location desirable. Alan the three ?t*jr modern built dwelling (new) No. 216 East Klghieantli street. Apply at 01 K u?t Tweoty sixth ai;*>et. or li&l Pfrat avanue, oor ner Twenty third afreet. IjlXRCUTOR'S BaLE OK VALUABLE PUBLIC PB? 1 per ty ?Ibe cie^aut and comruodi uu summer resort, known as Fcrtescue Retreat, located on I elaware Bay, la Ciimber'aud couu y, N. J., is now Oifbrer. at private sale by toe executor. The bourn accommodate* 200 guests, la densely shaded. m.J U situated on one of the flnmt beaches in U v? world Tiie grounds etni rsce 70 acre* of the nios'. terttle and productive (aim laud In the country Oyster ponds, loe hnuaeH, stables, bow linfru ooua snd otlier cmuve jieuoen nci'ossary w * first clam hotel, belong ui the prwmUes. It la on the Hue of the W J. RR. For terms call on or address WILLIAM P. STRA1TON, 220 Clinton street, Brooklyn. ,H)H SALE OR TO I.ET-TWO 1WO STORY EVOIISH bH'emeDt and under cel'ar brick houses, iti rfro k.yn, live minute*' walk froui Hamilton ferry, In Lacqueer street, near henry . 1 hey will be let low In good tenants, or Bd'.d cheat). Pnr partl';u'ar* fall on M. S. FRIEffD, 44 Niaaaa Ktrret, N. Y o> A. Jones' real eitate office, near Hamilton ferry, Brook'yn. ' JilOB BALE? ONE HALF 1KTKBSST IS A WHOUMU ' unn retail liquor it arc. situated In the 'ever part n' the city. Ina man with a small capital, thta is unquestionably the best chance ?ver otlc-^ i I'rw partioulars apply to U. B. HoWKB it CO , M Nassau -treet IftOR SALF? FOUR HITS OF OKulJND, BKINO 100 FT ' froct and re r. In depth one ba.f Ibe block .sllnatad in Mott street, between Broome ard Spring. Forrrioe audtetmfl ap )iy at the coat office, 203 Mulberry street. For hale? a tbrp.k story hioh basemrni* brick houre and lot, 177 Tenth avenue between Tweoty tirst and Twenty second streets, 1 it 25 by 100 teet with b&t'a, hot and cold water, and all Ibe modern improvements; part ot' the purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage. In i|iilie on the premises, ot J M BOWhRS. BlOR SALK-1HR VALUABLE LEASK PROPERTY, eight yeirg (ease, with stores and dwellings thereon, brii'jii g over f.MM) clear of all expenses For turther Inlonna tloo inquire on the premises, tW Third avenue, for G.LIN FORU. R la1 OR SALK IN YORKV1LLF-A FIRST CLASS THRF.K v story frame house and lot, 21 I' l^lny flt'ih street ^ear Pitta srenue and Central Park Houa?s, 22 by tB feet, thirteen rooms, a good cellar, t'roton water, pan'rles, *c., all in good order, lot 2d by 102 iteL Apply to the owner, on the premises. FOIt SALE ? A WHOLESALE AND KETATL TEA AMO coflee warehouse, situated in one of the leading avenuei of the city, and is now dolni? a a extent iv? wholewle acd re tail trade; receipts from $250 to $300 per week; handsomely lilted up, and not one xhllllmr outlay. Kent low, and a leaaa to run < ne year from 1st of May next, which will be renewed at 'he name rent for any term. Satisfactory rearms made known on an Interview. Address, by no e, Tea and CoUeo W arehouae. box 226, HerftM office. BH'R SAI.E OK TO LET? THE EMPIRE CIIY FOUN dry , toot of Ihirteenth street North river, fcra term of year*, v. ith steam erglne, iljturea, Ae. The tmlldln^s are 100 leel square Inquire of JAMES DONNELL 500 W est street, or of liOMEK MOM} iS, No. 2 Pine street, fjlOR SALE.? THE LEASE, STOCK, FIXTURES AND J? furniture of the New Haven Hotel, corner Fourth avenu? ard 1 ?enty seventh street, opposite the deuot of the New Hi t en and Harlem railroad. One ol the best locations in tlae city. For particulars, inquire at 1H 1'utch street, during the day, and i n 'he premires. in the evening. If OR SALE? TBE INTRRKST IN THE LEASE OF A 1 corner house and store, (six years unexpired trom 1st May next.) .'orated in one o' tjie best hii8:ne'a places in the city, and cow paying a profit rent of $500 yearly, tor particulars ap ply at 35 North Moore street. FV)R PALE? ONE DANIEL'9 PLANINQ MACHINE. jcrnol saw and Inrnlng lathes, for cash, or will beex i hanged lor a good work horte, or dumping lumber trucks. Apply at planing roll), foot of Kigb'eenth street, East rivsr. For sale? the stock and fixtures of a bar try. now doirg a good business? from 10 to 12 barrels ct Hour per week, and may be increased to 20 or 30 with a ,'eaaa oi four j eci s, to run from May next,, of the premises. The rent is light, and wi'l be sold cheap, If not applied for soon to JOHff KHiLInG, Ofi IMrtv-ihird street, or a'. 122 Thirty-seventh street The above will be sold at auction, II not Bold on or be fore the C'h Inst CIKED STORE FOR SALE.? AN OLD KSTABLISHED r Htsrd in tiie upper part of Uie city now doing a good and profitable business. Satitfsctory reason", given tor selling ont. liiijiilre of Oeorga Raymond, barge Warren, foot of North Moore s'reet, ?r at the store, 247 Tenth aveDue. C^RBAT BARGAIN.? I'OR SALB OR EXCHANGE, THIS T lease, farnltuie. goodwill and fixtures ot a large hotel, in the lower part of the cty, with a large eating saloon attach ed; doing a first rate business. Hi* lease is very valuable, being in a first class location and having eight years to run. Apply to C. R. MILLER A CO., No. 195 Broadway. HOTEL FOR SALE.? THE HOTEL, WITH AN ACRE ct ground attached, situated ou Uat corner ot the Ja maica and Cypress Hill plank roads, near John I Snedicor's, Jamaica, with all the neeeraarv outhouse*, kept by Hiram Woodruff. Apply to A. S. CROWELL, 341 Fulton afreet, Brooklyn. House and eight lots op ground for sals or to let.? A convenient and deelrably looaied house, la Seventy ninth street, in the centre of elgnt lots of ground, handsomely laid out with walks and shrubbery; and wt hia three minutes' walk of two city railroads. WUJ be sold or let nn reasonable terms. Apply to HARKIOTT A MILLER, No. 486 Broadway. House and lot por halk-thk subtamtiau three story house and lot of ground, 490 Broome street, near Wocster. House 26 by 46; lot 25 by 75. Gas, washroom, a a.tr closets, bath, Ac. T he hall la marbled and the house ele* gantly painted and papered throughout F. D'HKRYILLY, 18 Exchange plane. House por sale in south Brooklyn? a first daca three s'ory ard high baiemeut brick house, wnic.h contains ail the modern Improvements ? range, wash room, hot and co'd water baths, finished lu the beat manner and gaa throughout. Cats pass every five minute -i. Apply on tfca premises, 269 Union street, fifth house from Court street. House and lot por bale? in the seventh ward, 227 Malison street. In the very best ot order, wiik all tht modern improvements, gas, Croton water, baUit, neater, wash tubs, range, hot and oo d water, he. Inquire of Q. K. R1KKR A CO., 13) Chatham street. Landlord and tenants' registry office, 208 Fulton street, Brooklyn ? landlord*' register your pro perty for sale or to let. free of charge. House hunters, aars your time and expense; call and cult yourself from a large list of most ot the unoccupied property in RrooUyn. Houses, part*. Mores, and tenements to suit all. BROWN K A CO. Murray htll.-for sale, a house and lot, 44 Kaal 1 hlr y fourth street, near Madison aveuae.34!? front by 45 teet deep, with brown stone front and all the modern improvements; also a lot fronting on Thirty -third at., connecting with the above. Inquire at the premises. Murray hill residence for sale.-the first class 'bree story and high basement (with sub oeltar) brow n atone house oa Thirty eighth street, south side, betwCen Flfrh and Madison avenues. The location la unsurpassed In this most desirable part of the city, the gronnda in the rsar on Thir ty seventh street being laid out In beautirui gardens, i under* the prospect very open and delightful. The house was built under the personal supervision of the owaer for hlsow n residence, and bas been occupied by him tha past year. It la furnished in the most complete and durable manner, with all the Isles! Improvement.*, as marble ball, walnut aialrs, cedar closets, s'&tuary man'ela, superb grsu-s, block tin s*-i vice pipe, range, hot and cold water, oest hot water furnace, llgH'ning roda, gaa, Ac. Persons wishing to purchase may obtain sards of admis sion and terms at ibe office of A. M. LYON, 27 Wall street. .N. H ? No: to he ie*. or leased. POST OFFICE BOX? FOR SALE, A BOX CONVENH ently attuaied in the Post office. Price $15, rent paid UI .Inly next. Address X.. llerani office PASSAIC RIVER.? RESIDENCK FOR SALE OR KX cbaege, splendidly situated on the banks iil'ihe Paseale river, II miles from New York, containing about three aore* ol ground. 1 be buildings are in good order, grounds well laid nil, and fmli ot all kinds In great abundance. The plaoe M easy oi aciess to and from thla city by railroad a'most every our. Inquire of W. H. VAN* VORST, 43 Warren street. STAMFORD RESIDENCE FOR SALE, OR TO LlCT? 0 Situated on one of the pleasa itest streets In the village; has nil the modern improvements; gas. bathing room, water closet, Ac.; lot about 3(0 feet deep, well stocked witblrult trees, grarevlnes Ac. ; barn and other outbuildings on the place. Price }4 500, one half can remain on mortctge. Apply to SA i Tl.KLEK A BENNETT, No, .10 Hey street. oteam knotne and hoiler f?r sale, cheap. O Engine, six horse power; boiler, ten horse power; also, aH die fcelting. shafting, pullies, Ac., with pump, heater an4 everything complete; ail new, only used sixtv daya Apoly at 18 Barclay street. THt STOCK AND FIXTURES MP AN OLD ESTAB lisiied thread, needle and hosiery store, and good will, lo cated in one of the best avenues In the city for bwriness, Is of fered for sale on lilieral terms. Any peison wishing to engage In a business of this kind will pleaae call at Jrtti Sixth aveaite, where they will learn all the particulars. rDRUGOIsfS AND A POTHEC ARI ES.? F. HALE U> spectfully invitee the attention of purchasers to several bona tide concerns now ror sale in Brooklyn. Wl liarasbure and New York cities. Full particulars given by calling oe F. HALE, druggist, glass and fixture dealer, 80 Nassau street. TO PLUMBERS.? I WANT TO EXCHANGE ONE FOUR story house, corner of an avenue, lor plumbing and gnu werk of sit homes; no money required. Addreie F. U.t Broadway Post offl ie. TWO NICE THREE HTORY BRICK HOUSES ON Twenty eighth street tor sale, located between Madison 1 d Fourth avenues. Price, $7,000. Also, two ou East T wen \ -sixth ?treet, large lots. $Hfl00: also, one on Thirty first flre.et, $7,000, and others at $5,000. $6,500, Ac. B. B. KINPH1 MER, 319 Fourth avenue, from 3 to 7 P. M. TO DAGUERRROTYPISTS ? FOR SALE, AT A OREAT sacrifice, two splendid cameras one large and one small ?lie, with stands. Ac , In complete order, and two coating boxes, t an be seen at 304 Broadway, room No. 10. TO GROCERS AND DEALERS.? POR 8ALR, FOR CASH A or good acceptances, the lease and fixtures, and any pre Krtlon of stork that may suit the purchaser: ibe store has a rge trade In teas, Ac. Inquire at the store, JBH Grand afreet, Brooklyn, K astern District, or at 177 South street, New York. BROWN A DRUMHOLD. TO ENGRAVERS.? FOR SALK, TUB STOCK, FIXTURES and tools ol sn engraving establishment, now doing bust r.ess in a good 'oration down town, In the nclghltorhood ot Wall str?*t, a toodatsnd fci ?ie sale of presses, door platee, stamps, Ac., snd wbere the rent has been taken ont In work: about four to five hundred, dollars required. Address P.l C., Herald office. TO BLACKSMITHS.? FOR SaLE, A BtRGAIN. TO make ror.m for my spring stook oriron and steel, a lot of hor.p, hand, scrool, ova' half round and rsfined iron, sliqbtly rusted by water, at the fire In aiy late store In Elm street; a lot of cast steel rus'ed at I2>ic. per lb. JAMFSM OTT, 175 Centre street, New Hiven Building. Ff RMTllllE. ZIOTTAO* AND FANCY FURNITURE WAREROO?*, v at 414 Broadway, opposite the St. Nicholas HoteL? G. MATHEWS otter* for sale the mos* evtensive sueortment ot faoov collage enanieiled and French furniture in 'He Unite* H'a.<vi ai i.?l'ice4 prioes; every varlstf of mattrsssse, Hi aeses.pUloWk, boiatera M aaaalMtur$ra' prteea,