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POK SAUB. .... OF THE MOST BUF1RIO* ItJ? ?WR IK 0 Br the Rntekerbocker lee Company; c*se ra'astw. **W- 8- Wuwc*. twmtiiT' - i 7\-F?RBALE, I!* T ART OR Sll.OOU located eight mi ?a from Jersey /^ft?. on J>e h?bss^^?ss *-| /I Itnn ?FOB H4LB, FURNISHED OR UNFU*" $14 .000. r.Utied. the aubatantJaUy bu"^J^4um four itory *l<1 ra*tmeut bo* *3, w*v?ateenrcoaas, eqiare. Po?fce?Bion Immeatate. Price, aw In p?.r. half on mortgage, at m per cent. Furo^hel. ?to ow. v* ftrt ewler. - $11 000.~?? ^ Uieiid .aw 72 r*.t r ?euty ?U , t&U? befeen trrrfu 0 to 12 in the morning cr Irom 6to8inme even sic. Termi easy. h^ssssssss^sss BOW? * .O-.M^uitreei, $8 000 wSn fourteen iow^sH^eMd tn J*"**1 IT?? aid t?o lorn. .U m Jaauuca. Apptt ?? U ? BOW** A Oo . 84 WmM street. ?" frrfFSw dT'S: Wedo .??600;onen?.. 66 '^J^To Xr .tick, 64.000. ffffiSS^a^vipJBSsrB leventh tviim. before 1 ft clock. ? - UK (llll) _ wt.'h Jnrr rture co^leie.'snd *?, Ik*?? ol ?ev*o *V:VVtow ren .1 S a ?Oodhv5lDe?; .be hotel ohDAble M ?%' ? oT pri? r !??''? M|?o<- rorJ?" par 'C'1MB * UKirKITH * Tifct KhR. W) <*an s reel .. lDurSo,* . -.h ^ ^i.fe ^^AKSTwlJ ;.^U?^AT^^ M lT^>uDt>N. hi N^au street^ z ? ? ?riR oa'l? a factory for bricwikig SfrWmm for IV' ?W O business. H?v?a w sell a?. c.iy of Pro ?.yn ?! ? ,mlQ:ry. For tur.ttsr pi?r _ r ritoiPL TV MOUTH STRRF.r, DOINO jE5^Srawnc?5==a^: ? wVn saJK A EHfWN TOWN HOfftL, IN $1.21)0. one oftM OMt MM ? SStt&tfg? ?? * E. BUWM * OA, j?o. ?4 >ati-aii street. ? f Ml! ...? 'J'?> ^srss."~d zss? $;hj 00 per stuom clcar pre fl. . ? m*n #<ro i>er ar.nrm. K?-$r k" ww'* * ('?" .... STfif Tt'K I.EA3E. STOCK AND $1.0U0:-LN^^^;9 fe-^35 a iwd badness. Apply on Ae premiees, *J ? u/PRioe. to the evening. - , ? Son UUK-A fIRST OL49S W ?EK l.Y flOO ~^?e^ wwnp-vper. publwbed in this n'lr. fl.UUU. imslnew; ?eparikttly ?)00?S3S5E^^^ A'vXM? Bleeclter street, ooroe* M/irtuD. i v. v u | F ? joy aNH FANCY \^K#D5 Cl ()(|0 doiog'a go o casa 'r^de, teven ye?re cc E8 * CO., M Nawnttreet. ? -z~i : Pnu o.LK ONE OF THE MOST PROFITA $4U0.ubl,c.b ^^.^^N^nJXbm XXV'.i iinnfiiY and LIQUOR 8TOR8 FOR 8 ALE. Ttirfin -i rrrti leA#?. at a very low itnt flort ?'^lyn op^r' MMty (or commenc^* bnsine??^8 ^ ^ M KMMkn r.ree'. i2^1n^^UeBe^N ,nQ^ ? ^cocery and liquor stor#, SS'r^S^i For further par Su'fcr* ?Pf ly at 334 Broed wy. room No. 13. . $200 "S-SfS handveme foriunein ??hort Ume. to wy <?#b)e opportunity. paying otalEe* UH? will ^c|^OK< 17C Chatham itreet. - _ /? kT^TTa i?k "l" HlT BXIJ^kT^Xt" JRK 8 AND ^ 20U? >we oi tne Mecbaiild* i?wb bUt*r4 and SSg2S,^1^S^ri;,^SB!SK gjas^2S?fifa?aeS?? livery stable?. Ureen point, L. I. ? -r>7Uvi6ION KOTABLISHMKOT. WITH ALU^ THB A Bt^^^tMi^taa^7ertablt?bS>ent la flttei op vrlth ?r will be te^*J^,Viceand smoke bouses; the lee ?very ef nvenlence to way ?Mee mow ^ ^ ^ are now ?he% lTalreadT estaSlished a SSmuSaS byanenterprlslngperwn. f^rtfer* "aVctSnr* address A. B., Pror?K? Dmltr, Be Mid olDea, for one week. nanu fITORR OF THE FlUff OliiSfi OF "ODR isi^sssa A as S8JM?^?TSSJ!Eloto i?iim- ?? ?-? ^ 199 Prince street. A AfFAHH OK TWENTY AORK8 FOR SALE, CHEAP? Terms tuy; twenty fire miles from New York, on Long lalacd: or wouU exchange for real or personal property or a bond and mortgage, or some good business. Inquire in the fnrnnure ?hr,p, corner of Second and South Second streets, Williamsburg. HASD60MR, NEW TWO STORY OR tKJI AN COT tage for tale. In the village of Paaralc. late Acquacka ?oak. Passaic county, Ktw Jersey, situated on the plank road between Peterson and Hoboken. 12 miles from the city of New Ink, and three minutes' walk from the depot of the New York and Brie Railroad, the trains running to and from the city four ?koeoa lav. The bouse contains eleven rooms, with a large eel ar under the main house, with a good supply ol water in ?m honse, also a large range; there la a beaotlral well ef wa ter and an awortmeutof fruit trees and grace vines, embrae Itag abont half an acre of ground. Price 63. &00. For further particulars acdrese O&arles. box Ifo. 166 Herald offioe. RARE CHANCE.? FOR BALI CHEAP, THE BfCBT oyster aid clam stand in the city of Brooklyn, situated in Ceoemd market comer of Concord and Fulton streeta, now dskit a cash buslresa nt 6100 per week. For further partico lars apply at the stand. O. B. JONES, Proprietor. POWERFUL SCREW PRK88 FOR SALE.? INQUIRE of SNYDKR, BLACK A bTURN, llthographera, 9t WH Mam street, corner ot Piatt. AORKAT BAROAIN.-A PERMANENT CASH BUBI cesa, which is now clearing some M0 a week, and lncreae Ing every da? , and which requires but little capital to carry ssi, is offered for a very small bonus. To an enterprising per son, with some <2,000 capl'al. such an opportunity Is rarely met with. 1 be proprietor having baalneaa elsewhere, which requires bis whole attention, has induced him to make an ex ceedingly liberal oner. Possession given the 1st of May, or earlier. Inqnireof *>. ULMBB, 125 Court street, oppowte the Catholic church, Brooklyn. MYictLLBNT DRVO STORE FOR BALK? A IX) NO time eetabllshed, in a good thoroughta* and business street, well stocked, neatly fitted up and ex enalvely patronized, with convenient oOlce attachetl. Rent reaaonanle. Price 6500. A most excellent stand for a physician. Apply to B. W. Richard*, 307 Broadway. A noon CHARGE.? WILL BE SOLD, AT A GREAT raertfiee, the one half right of a patent ash sifter, only a few iln'ialEce patented. Can be made up ebeap, and is % first rato artlc e. A model may be seen by applying to CHA8. JO*K8, 153 Powers street, Williamsburg. N. B.? fhe demanl for this article exeeeda anything got up. 1AUT1FUL OOUNTRY SKAT, WITH 52 ACRES, FOR sal* or eachangs for eHv property, attaaiod on the wast hank of Caynga lake, eight mllca from Ithaca. N. Y. All kinds M fruit trees on the plaee; dwalltag, ontbiUUlkngs and fence all ?aw. Price N 000, oost 612,000. For further particulars m ?otre In paper irore 301 Grand street, where plaa ot the plaee mm be aese, or of TTIOMA8 JO MM, on the premises. "DUTt^HER'B BBOP FOR BALE?NOW OOlNO A OOOO X> busineee. An sseelleat opportunity lor a young man wlrMngtoem^arkhtabamnees already erablianed. App^y at 36 Jane rtreet, nex'. to Ktghth avenue, N. Y. OITAORH AT PORT HAMILTON TO LM? BEAUTT tully filiated, nsar .he steamboat landing; one furnished. Also two bouses, with barn and small quantity of land uta^hed to each, suitable lor gardeners. Ac. Present oommunloatloa with the city by atages, rnnslng in oonncctlon with the cars at flreenwood. tTV. * C. W. CHURCH, Fort Hamilton. TARBO (.TORE ''OR BAI.E. ? A DRUG 8fORB,"~FIX" J " lores, sto?k and good wlU, situated In a populous district doing a good busmrss. The proprietor, (a physician), la obliged ?o give If up, ae It Interferes with hia practice. Apply to W1L. I.I AM WAT8QN, 77 Fulton at. _* TpLBOA NT OOUMYRY RBUDINCI FOB BALS-WIVH lurnt^ire, carriage Ac., and twasity aeraa of land, an the b*ks ef the Rarttasi, Mew Bnsaanlak, M. J., comaaaAsg a ^grlflsent view, a photograph of tke plaea, wMch will be ^9 tow. can be aeen at the uOse at F. D' ABB TILLY, 18 Bi change place. Farm OF120 agree for sale? brautifully locat^, five mianUM from Bumatlt depot of the Morris *5* Eseex.Rallroad. pn^ho"1- from New York; two houses and aO ontbnUdlnga. with dVerr convenience for a conatrr real oence- It may ^ be dlvkled fato two parts, with a good honse In each. If ao* sold before the 23d proximo, will he offered at fhe Merchants' Exchange. For ferma and full particulars ap. ply to M. EOOLF, Pine street, room No. X P -WARM FOR 8 ALB? OR WOULD EXCHANGE ~FOR f dtv or Brooklyn propertv. Held farm cm tains aVjut law acres of land, in a high state of cultivation , twenty of which are heavy timber ; ft' teen miles from the sfty. Apply at No. 4 Front street, np nialrt. gjg TBH)R HALE? A VERY NICB . BUILD UfQ MTU. ON P Etaten Island, four mllea and a ha. I from the ferry, near fie railroad, contatnlng four and a half acres of exeelleat lan<f. Friee fl.HOO; twothlrde ran remain at si* per cent for five years, fhia la a good chano* Tor ?b*rgate. Inonireat yg Iimd sWee'. N?W *Wlu f, W? Sljj^NO, rorv. bauEi rORtf) A LE? $1? OOO-5'WO II 0KLLENT MILL FTRFAMB ?tlitUun. IMUHVt Open toe upper, watch empties into tbo olber, It a hark mil, Turning one ?e: ot stones. ?tt bsrfc-cntoher, Ao . and a first T?.ta ?*i mill. fiV?d w*h Oie iaUrtt to|j roved castings. power for rolling up toga, 4c , will cat 2. OH) feet rt lumbar per dev. The lower stream lias a large gritt mill whn three run of atone, two bo'uue ck Uih, sntut tunuie, nob cru'her. .to livery tklnf; ia In first rate order. Timber c ui H> bought low; at from three to fi?e miie? from the mil i*. terms ??v. Ad drew (X H. Payster, Drawbridge, Bun ex county, Delaware. ___ pOR BALK? A BHAUTIPUL COUNTRY BEAT AND r farm, ot 25 acres (if choice land, situated in Passaic vailey, ' wKito a quarter of atnlle ot the village ot Niw Provicece i and within two a ilea of the Summit depot, on '.be Mo-nn and Itreex Railrcad. Jbe b Hi dings sre ail new and in good order. Apply io J. BONNEL, No. 5*^ Pln* street. B>OR SALE-A SEVEN TEAR'S LEASB OP A FITS story tenement bouse, with store attached, wbieh ia oc rupifd at present as a porter houee, the ato?.k and fixtures of 'Which will be sold cheap: aH to be so!d loge'her. Per further paract.iare inquire on tie premises, 27 Chrystle street. FOR SALE.- TO UNDERTAKERS? ONE DOUBL* kearae and covers; cost 1600, will be sold cheap. One re cord bsco coaub, cue Hay horse, pond ctrt or coach hirse. Apply at 784 Kaet Broadway, at W. B. WaII'8 sah.es. OR SALE-A 8PLHNDID FaNCY aN1> MICUiSiiaY store; the stack is all new and well selected, and an exoel t stand for business; the only reason for Belling is oo account af liloetw, and it will tie disposed of on very reasonable team. Apply to JOHN A. LYD&CKErt, 199 Columbia street, eorner ot Union, South Brooklyn. For balr-the lease if a labo* kj*#t class boarding house, in Bleecker street, near Broadwav, wiin or without the furniture. Apply to OHaUNCRS BaRNaKD, 98 Broadway. jt>OR BALE- A MANUFACTORY. Av ; *L8W LKA.HK OK * wareroom '-a Bre?dway. Terms liberal. Apply to P. TBNE, No. 6 City Hall place. ? BaLB-A LOT OP *IR3T RATE CJUNTRT borset; one pair of iron grays, lfi}? hands high, seven >eara old, i tillable lor coach. carriage or draft aorse?; ouo very Sue family borae, ami good cart nor?es. Tke bent of sausfac uon given in relation to tbeir soundness, Undoes*, agea. Ac. Can be seen at the stable corner of Elizabeth and ttarard sta. |jK>R?ALB? A SHIP BREAD BAKERY. WITH A FtVB P \ ears' leate, machinery tlnnrei, Ac , comple'e, to carrj on the bualieaa, with a good run of customer*; for wile low. aii excellent chance t< r soy cr.e about to embark in bus neaa. Apply on the premises, 20 Albany afreet. F"~ UIK SAlJS? FOUR FIUST CLaSi.tKNEMEMT DWKlZ tog houeer, aiinaied on the easterly aide ot Third avenue, b*t?etu Severn* a>xth and Beveniv seventh atreeta. Houses 19 "x 46; om 192x75. 1 beae houres can be rented 13 a supe nor c :??s of 'enai.ii< For farther partleula'e Inquire on the premttM, or of N. WILLI -v M STUfVESA.Nr, Jr., 60 Wl.llaoo ?treeu balk? bklow ouht. for want of rook P eevtral m'ge caakp of bfst Preoth wkitlnt;. Pieweapp# si BL/.CK A OR aMM'R, Centre street, corner Canal. HaijE- A bPLKNDID POUR BTOH.Y HUU8K, IN r Thirtv fifth street. $7 WK): do. In Forty third street, with adjor Ir if: lot t'O Mill, hunte rents for *900; do. m Twen'.v iin.h a reet, tixoe sUjit In Twenty toitrui street f7.6(Kl; tn Thirty flfih street. IH.2IKI; lf>0 rhetpeat farms jet offered; Sotifes ia city and roatirv, mills, Ac. ' rtfern per*' naliv a id promptly attended to JOHN J KIP, 330 West fiventy. tnnrth street, from 8 io 12 A M. and alter 2 P.M. J," OR BALE- OR P,XCllA"vVlE? Tn PART, TWO NRW JP tir?e ftfirveltBant framed srelliugeoo Cum-.erlaiid^uve', near Myrta avenue. Appiy to K. W. itURHS, U'J MrrLe avenne, c^rnerot inifflejo street, Brookiyiu FViK BALE- THE ~TBRKK FOUR 8TORY AND BaSB. ?rent br< ?n etone f'ovt hooxM tfna'e on the forth nld' of Thirty pi sib sueet, being the hemes oc the northwest corner ot Lextngtcn avenue a/xl Thirty Mxth street am! th? two houses ot Ihtrtj mxto street, nf it fcut one to :ho r.nrter of Lexington avenue. 1 he bouw? are "0 feui wide by 30 leet deep, axd tli'; lota are 76 feet deep; the houses contain all ;b. mod?nu no frovenenta For terms a -ply at itO Tenth street, near Third avenue; or at 'he bniMmps. U'OR ^ALtc? AT A ORBAT PaCRIPIO*, a rHKtti r atoryand basement brlca bou?e, with all the modern im DTtnenieiis and ;be fntutare or oni without tue other; muH hefroid wi hie t':r, dayo. Acr.'y immediate y at No. CI rt->uth Tenth freet, Wi.liamstuig, Locg Island. Terms easy and bile ptrieof. ii<OR SALE? A COt TAG B HOUo?, 22 BY 10 PEfJT, C OS V taming eigh rooms, wnh carriage house, 48., four iota or 100 feet fqoaxe, a pump pf excellent water, grape harbora aaparagus bes, ceatly laid out with box. treea, ii v*e* pf tl.e North river and situate on Eleventh avenue, corner of Klgbty first atree'. 160 feet from Bro?4??y. A so to '??(, a at mliar cotiape. on Eigbtr lourth ttreet, near ar jaJwav. Alao io let. a new booae. with store, on Broadway, corner of Seven ty-fourth street, Buitable for au a?otb?cary or grocery. Inquire of Wll. O. BROWNS, corner of highty -fourth street and Broadway, OR BALE-A F1BH AN D OYBTKR STAND, SlTUATitD on the corner ot Oiurt and atlaatic streeis, now d^lag a ircodbasiness;one of the beit stands a Broonyn. Goodwill aid fixtures to be fo a cheap. ?i>CR BALE? THE LEA0B AND PIXTl'RItB OF > P liquor etore. In the neighborhood of ttouth street and Ooentiex dip, in a firat rate location, the owner It going into other business. Apply to RhNHY CaKR, 178 Mouth street. OR SaLB? THB BTOf'K. KIXrCRja aNO G^?OD will ot a first class grocery, sltna-cd in one of the be>t ba aineas avenues tn the city. A rare chance, as It moat be soH immediately. Apply to JOHN LLOYD, corner ot' Pine and Nasaau streets, over Bank of Commonwealth. OtOH SALE-TUB LEABK ANu FIX1CRES OF A U F qnor store, in the neignberhood of H^ath siree'. and C sen iles slip, in a first rate location. The owner la goini; Ir.to other buaineea. Apply to HaNitY CARR, 178 Boms street. OR SALE? IN THE MOST HEtLTHY A*D PLBa rintpartoi Brookij n, two cottage bnllt bonaes and l^t*; two atorlea and basement; hard finished and eeraieed centre Eleces, arched par ttiioni. neat portiooi, oourt yards l<arte ita, 26x1)0, Price only J1.W0. Terms very easy. Consider ed ebeap; will double in value. Apply on the premise*. Dean street between Graco and Classen avenues. Fulton avenue can, from Pulton ferry, pass within a short distance. For sale.? a hat btorr, w^ll located on Broadway, will be po'd at a bargain, as the owner has other business that occupies his time. Ad. tress box 2,316 Poet cffice. fOR SALE- AT A BARGAIN, THE FIFTY-THRRR yearn unexpired lease ot a desirable lot 2Sx98 feet, on Twentv seventh street, west of Eighth avenue; situated there on Is a good frame boose containing eight rooms, the whole subject to a rent and tax yearly of about K0. A too. on Twenty fifth street, west of BighOi avenue, the unexpired lease of tour years of a lot 26x100 feet, subject to a rent and tax vsarla nf about t\20; situated thereon la a small bnl'ding, whieh would be desirable for a macular urirg establishment. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS. 307 Broadway. For sale-a large cottage and*about twrn ty five lota of ground, fronting the iiu?t river, between Etghtv -ninth and Ninetieth streets. Apply to R(7FUH PHlMrf, 54 Wall atreet, or JAMR8 M aGINR, Third avenue, near Klgbty eighth atreeL For sale? a farm of 7# agaii, about fiys miles from New Brunswic*. border in* on the Mtllstonand Pew Brunswick Railroad, and beautifully located disUnt one snd a half hours from New York. House large aid capacloas, In good order, wits all the necessary outbuildings; one of the fit. eft apple orchards in the Suite, and a variety of other fruit; there are five acres of woodland. The owner being obliged to leave tor the West, it will be sold at a sacrifice, and pavmen a made easy. The stock and farming utensils will be sold, if re aulred, very low. ApolytoA. CaMMaNN, Brtdgewacr Co , ) Water street. Mar. days. Tuesdays and Thursdays, and at Botmdbrook, N. J., the real of the week. For rrlm-a BBArrirm farm, of no* acrbb. In Bergen coontr. New Jersey, two mites above Backsw nek. wHh a river I rent and dock, not butting, good oretard plenty & timber, and well watered; eoamaodfcig a tplaadM view of the snrrewndlnf own try. Inunlre of JOHi OOOPER, at Few MUocd, N. /., or of J. J. Tillman, 212 Broadway, ?oom 11. For sale? the fast and bplrndid stramcr Crotor. i length 181 teet, breadth 26 feet, ko'd 9 feet; 37'.' inch cvltnder, ten feet stroke. Can be seen at Twelfth street. East river. Appiy to JOHN T. IRVING, No. 1 Hainan street. tilOR BALE-IP APPLIED FOR WITHIN THREB DATS, r a remarkably fhowy palr< f black horiee. switch tails. Ap plvtn the ccashma^. Karle, at Harrison's stables, in TweifJi street, between Fifth avenue and University pla?e. G^OR BALE? OR EXCHANGE FOR PROPRRTY IN OR r near the city, mtrebandize rr stock, first class land near Ft Louts Anpiy at the office of the Onion Pump Works, No. 118 John atreet. For bale-a triphammkr mallr. expressly Jar edge tool work, and one of the most improved now in uie. It ia tn good order , and will be sold cheap . the owner not having use for It. Inquire at 419 Cherrv street, N. Y. OB SALE-MARBLE AN? WALNUT TOP COUNTERS snd mahogany desks, gaa pendanfa, brackets and chan deliers: almost all descriptions of Broadway atore fixtures, suitable for tailors, drv goods merchants, druggists or others. Apply to G. P. POX, 881 Broadway. OR BALE-BOUSE AND TWO LOTS, WITH STABLE, well arranged for a carman Fruit trees, grape vines; in aomple'e order, in Cnmoerland street, between Fulton and At lantic avenuea, Brooklyn. Price $4,200. Inquire at 358 Fulton street, Brooklyn. For bale? in* house and lot 12s fifth avb. nue. For sale or to let, house and lot on Thirty -sixth sireet, between Lexington aad Fourth avenues. To rent, stu die 58 Bast Thirteenth street, corner of Broadway. Also oflloe In building 78 Broadway. Apply to H. H. LUDLOW A OO.. 14 Pine street. ipOR SALE? THE WELL KNOWN DAGUERRIAN r gallery 369 Broadway. This is a rare chaeoe tor anyone wishing to engage m the above business) aa it is one of the best locations in the city. Inquire of P. GA1GR, 309 Broadway, next door to Taylor's saloon. rR SALR-AT A SACRIFICE, A SUBSTANTIAL dwelllne house, barn and outbuildings, with over two acres' of good land, highly Improved, with a great variety of fruits and flowers, situated two and a half miles from New Market depot, Mlddleaex county, New Jersey. The owner ia obliged to foroe the sale In order to complete a contract r >r a Snrchase at the Wect The prooerty, though worth from $1,500 >$3 000. will be sold for $1,800. Apply to N. WILLIAM STCYVEBANT. Jr., 66 William street. For bale-a large and valuable corner on Broadway, tn the immediate vicinity of the new Con trai park and having a front of 116 teet on Broadway. Will be aold rn ea?y terms. Apply to PHILIP B. W1LKINS, No. 11 Wall street. For sale-the three stoby bbick house iS2 East 1 hlrteenth street, between Second and Third *ve nues. south tide, in excellent order, with all the modern lm p rovers ent?, tn a quiet, pleasant neighborhood; house 2UixVS ui second etory; lot 103 feet. Possession given the middle of April. For terms and orders to aee the premises, appiv to th? owner and occupant, LUOIUB HART, Noa. 4 and 8 BurUnfc slip. K?OB sale, on btatem island ? a farm, of about 40 acres of land, situated about 2^ miles from the Pert Kirkmond fesry, with a stream ot water running through the aame. wfll be told in part, or the whole, to snH the par chaaer. Inquire of MATTHIAS WOOD, owner of Roerum tnd Dean afreets, Brooklyn, or of FREDERICK ORORHON, Port Richmond. For balb at ibijp, l. i.? a splbndid farm of 270 acres, lying on the Houth bay, In full view of the ooean, the south road divides it, giving two fronts of 550 feet well shaded. Also an elegant country seat of ten acres, oottage with all suitable outbuildings In excellent order Also several dealrable building sites or ten acres, all situated in a good neighborhood ux surpassed far health, fine marine view, Ac. Apply to E. A. JOHNHOV.ft* Broadway.' TOB BALI CHEAP? A NEW FOCB STORY EABEMMTT Jr hotaa wMk htrihraga^ askd UI modern knpror* menla. cass^le HMWk gae, ehandelisea, Orok*1Aa. ; taw 2*s*Mle honee aad a Aril rale neighborhood. EMweM second st eat, aoc#t ride, between EWtdt and HMmiw Can be scan at aa kit Agmly oo m? primlses. of W. B. DEMABBOT. Hair may remata oo bond and mortgage. FMOR IALE, CHEAP- A COMPLETE SUIT #F FIRST class reaewood ar d hrocatel green aad gold parlor turn! lure, consisting of two tete-a-tetes. fonr chairs, twi arm chalra, together with other numerous articles of valuable henaah >1<1 furniture, can be seen at 212 Weet Twenty- seventh street, nesur Ninth avenue. FOR SALE. rR BALE CHKaV ANlToN KAt-y T>?aM?-THB VAb Ufctile property luowu as *oa an, aw und Woosier ?)?. teu i? fifty feet lour inches in front <-n Wo.i,wr strt-ct seventy live feel In tne rear, a d one hundred roc deep, and consisting ot Uj? three ct<ir\ and lja?e nent frame building, If**. 207. the two ?icry bwetDei t aurf ?uio tirtok Building, ? a. 300, wnh the lar^fi 1. lck building extending along thi rear ot bath, and now used as a bm iler's shop; and like pui'dmgs rjot and rear ou No. Tbe wbole proper: v(!9 now leased to good lcuHn'-s l(-r a ) w?r Ircin Id Mar Beit, for over $1,300 a year. Apply at 39 William street, cilice No. 10. R BALK OR BXOHaNGR: ? A HaNi>KO*K MaSX ganv pianoforte will besotdlow, or exchanged for rose wood furniture, Apply at ihe southeast corner of Court aud Livingston ioeeta, Brooklyn. FOR 8 ALB OH TO LRT-A NKW, FIRST Vl.AfS Knglith basement boa~t and kit, on west aide of Se^md avenue ?o. 999, between r.lgh'eentii and Nineteenth air eets, !ot ?6xK0. bouse WxV4, four story and basement, hr.ee 119 000. N. B. ? Rent moderate to a good uibauU Inquire op the premises, from 9 to 10 A. M. and 2 to 5 F. y<OP, 8 ALU OR TO LBT? A SUBSTANTIAL *K1)W?LL C built three story and basement house, pleasantly located !n Twemy. iblrd street, conuur.i.ifr all modern Improvements, newly painted and decorated, lar|e garden, grapevinea, and many rare and beautiful piuote. Appiy at LCBti A MOJN'ri, Twenty third street and Fourth avsnue. Priee low, tH.260. Li'OR Rale OR TO LKT-THR FOUR BTOKY BROW* X* stone front house, situated in Thirty -third street, north fide between Broadway and Fifih avenue, the house is ooUt in <be(very bet! manner, with every mndeii improvement, and is open for inspection at all times. 'farms >vwy. Apply to WM. ft. MclN r YRK. HO Sixth avenue, or B2 John street. b\OR SaLK OR TO LKT-THB L.ARUK JdOliKRK ftfUKK story brick he use, with attic and underesila", No. 25 Wash ington place, rtelighUul y located, near 'be square; all the mo dern improvements; terms easy ; a .arve amount of the pur chase money ran remain on bond and mortgage lor a term of years. Apply to WOODWARD A PKARCK, corner of Mer cer ?n4 Fourth streets. l/OR 8ALE~t>R TO LET- A 8UPRRIOR THP.KE KTOrlY J brick bouse, situated o<i Rjuroad avenue, eight minutes' walk fiotn the Jersey City ferry. Terras ot sale mid-irate Rent $400 per annum. For further particulars apply tj 8. a. LYMAN, SO Broadway, or to 1* 0. Lyman, 91 Warren itreet, Jersey City. r- Vr BALEOR TO LKT~TUfc HRICK FOUR STORY house and store, with mtibe mantels, gas and Crotou water comer ol Sevtntb avenue ;.ud Thirty fourth street (wide stiee'), now occupied as a grocery, suitable tor any business. To a good tenant will be let ow. App.y on tbe premises, Seventh avenue and Thirty-fourth street. FOP SaLIC OR TO LET? A LARGE HOUtSK, WITH thirty ror ms in it, and with about twenty-five lots of gjound, on '-be bark of tbe East river, between Kifty- linrth and Flty-siith streets, to wb-ch there na water front oi 20 > feet. Terms of ? e very liberal. Inquire at tbe offite of French's Hotel. U^OR HALM OR TO LST-^A GOOD, bUrt-rr ANri At, r two story and a:i!c frame botis?, brict lasemont eov UiDing we. ve rooic s in ttomugb repair, about tea mtaaM*' walk frcm Bridge street or Fulton lernes, HI Naiaan strest BrockJyn. For rarticuArq apply on the premises, or to H. BHUNkK. 71 Wall ktreet, N. tf. Ij^ok sale or to let fi'Rnishki>-a VR?yi?RRr S J? cottage, onntaiciig seven rooms, highly finished auu painted in o^k, eac-Ofrtr class library, m^rSle mantels, ??liter c>0(eti>, and iuperior kitchen aeoommodatiOD; it Is stinatedoc tbe nearest pouit ot Siaten Isi utd, overlooking the bav a.d harbor nf Kew 'Vork. Pr>ce $3 600. Tertrn easy. Inquire of BARRRTT .t tX)., No. 10 Wall street AIbo U> let or for sale, on a beautiful elevation on -tateo tg'aiid, a arge granite hoo h, eontfliicg tlirteeo rooms, finished to the ben manner ny da^'s work, marble minteie, water in kitcbeo, wri.'h range %nd sta bles, and aeout seven aereis of mi&de trees. Inquire a? a jowt. U'ORT FI A MILTON, i7 ~I -^TOT FaQE FOR B aLB P about five n-inu'es' walk tram the steamboat laDtling; a near n?w eottsge, built by work.coB'itningseven itmmi, ard sub cel'ar: lot 5? 1C2 <eet, plannd wi'h fruit and -hade trees; nice kMehen garden; *l?o a barn, ' on'-iuin* carriage room, roai bin. Ac. Price $3 TOO; hall tbe purchase money ru?.> remain on brrd and monga^e it desire t For oarttcu'ar* iti qnire at t.be rtl.ee ot D. FaJiSHAW, 35, Ann "treet, or ol W. r. Kra on the premises. CI ROCHRY AN O LIQUOR PTtiUt FOR BaLK? rt( rilX X ted down town, and cow do!r^ a good b<uriness. No other reaeous for selltng excep' that tbe owner !s going to Kurjpe. T -Tins easy. For further i articular# apply to MORRRLL & B.KMON8, 129 aooseve t straet. ROCKRT Fo"r^ iaLR- STOCK, FIXTURES AV? lensetif store No. 5^3 Greenwich st.-eet. enrneror Van dam. Liberal terms will be oft'sred as the present owier is going to the eoin-ry. Apply to H. P JuHhSON, man'ifac lory, corter of Greenwich and Beach streets. CTEL FOR SALE.? THB PLTMOUiH HOUKk, OoR ner of Broadway and Howard street, being fifty fee' on Broadway and one hundred feet on Howard street, containing 112 lodging rooms; tarnished en-Ire w*th new furniture. Ac ; eomplete with all tbe modern imtirovemects; with a lease of twenty one j ears from May 1. 1(456. For further particulars inquire ol GKOHOE W. HARPKL, proprietor, Horse for balk or to lkt? on thTrt Y- -tFCO N D street, near Fifth avenue, the tint class brown stone fro u bade ment bouse, known as 14 West Thiriv-oeeond street, fin ished in tbe best style with every modern improvement. Tbe house In 17 by 62 feet five stories high; lot 17 by 98 teet 9 inches The bouse it built in the best manner for the owner, under tbe s'lperinterdatM ot K. BurTy, Baa., arthitect. Inquire of A. A ALVORD, No. 10 West Thirty Qrststreet, or 146 Bftodway, or to O. OLKLaND, No. 10 West Thirty -first street. Ol>E and lot for bale, in riohiy third s'reet. betweet. First avenue and avenue A. Price (3,100. Apply on the premise*. The street is flagged. eOtJSK FOR Sale OR~TO LET -THE 8UPBKIOR built stone front house 14 Sast Twentr-eigbtb street, near Fifth avenue. Lot full size; bouse K feet by 6-1 deep, three s'ories front and four rear; has all the modern i nprovemeuts and everv convenience that can be required. Inquire of HO MRR MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street, or of Dr. BLOIS, No. 32J Fourth street B~ OtKE AND THREE LOTS FOR HaLB? IN JERSEY Cliv within a sb irt distance of the ferry; house is very ooumod'ous and well built; vert fine fruit trees on the pre mises. Tbe property is very pleasantly situated, and will be sold a great bargain and on easy terms. For lurcher particu lars inquire of DaVID SCOTT, 75 Montgomery street, Jersey City. eOL'BB FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR PERSONAL property? a three story and Basement brick dwelling bouse, 17*36 lot 90 feet deep, in lower part of Brooklyn. On R property on very advantageous terms, on application at 383 Greenwich street, New lork. ORRISTOWN, mrW JIR8IT.? TOR SALE. VALUA hie building shea, one ml'e from the depat. well supplied with a never fklliLg stream of pure spring water; location and neighborhood desirable. Also, at Madison, Morris eomty, N. J., for sale, a beautiful building site, containing some tWrty acres; one mUe from the depot; would be exchanged tor New Tor* cfypropsrty. terms easy. Apply, at the Dnloe Agri eultural Warehouse sndSeed MM, 13 Fulton street, to ALFRKD M. TRKDWEkl*. VJFLRNB1D FARM? OF ISO ACRrJB BEAUTIFULLY 0 located, twenty five miles from New York per railroad; fO acres heavy wood, balanee highly cultivated; buildings good and numerous, tine water, abundance of choice fruits. Prise ?6,S00-a bargain. W. J. BRURDRKD * CO., IS Nassau street. Commonwealth Buildings. ARE CHANCE.? FOR BALE, THE LEAFB, STOCK j and fixtures of a first class retail gro-ery, handsomely fitted np, and in one of the best neighborhoods in the etty, and doing a good ktifinese. Apply to CORNELL A HOOGiITaL LING, 214 Washington street. Rare chance -for sale, a coffer and cake apparatus, all in one, making coffee and cakes with ore fire, and other fixtures, fit for a dining or oyster saloon. W U be sold cheap. Apply at the oyster saloon 90 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn. O LARGE JIWELLKR'8 aNI) OTHER SAL AM Alt der sates will be ottered, tor a tow days, at 205 Pear street, at prices whleh will ensure immediate sales. Sold to elote the business. rpO QUARRYMKN, CAPITALISTS AND (jTUEBK? FOR X sale, the valuable brew a stone quarry at Haversbraw, on the IRidsoa, now worked by BobeMon A Home, aud toataln toe 18 acres, covered with a strata from 30 te 50 feet in thick ness of the finest quality of stone, together with the dwellings, sDltbthops. stables, crates, pumps end all other maottfnsry neoeesary for q oarrying. For specimens of tbe stooe we refer to Rt. Stephen's church, in Lexington avenue, to No. 79 Four teenth street, Ac, On the property is a One wa'er power, witb 16 feet fall. If desired for a stock oompanv, one third will be taien in the stock of said oomcany. Apply to W. J. BRUN DRED & CO., corner of Naeeau and Pine streets. rind Tri nte us? f o r salb, a drdm i^ylindkh 1 press, 34 x SO; three revolution tost press, 33|x SO; f-wi double cylinder, nearly new, 25 x 31; double cylinder, old style, 62 s 71 all in use, of Hoe's manufacture. Blx-borse engine, boiler, connections, Ac. Apply to Mr GGORGK MATHER, No. M CTlifT street, or n J. ff. RICH ARDS, Tribune cilice. New York. TO GARDENKRB -FOR SALE, THE GRKENHOUHHB, with or without the stock of plants, and lease of five lots and cottage, in New Yerk. Will be sold low, as the owner is going to tbe country. Apply to McILVAIN A YOUNG, Heeds men, No. 7 John street ALU ABLE HOTBL PROPERTY AT WHITE PLAINB for sale.? The house lately occupied by James Crawford, deceased, aad five aerei of land, for sale. The house is situate i near the Court House, in the village of White Plains, Westcbee ter county, aid is well adapted for a public house. The bouse has been recently built; outbuildings upon the premises fn good condition. Apply to PHKBB CKAWFORD, on the premises. VAUIABLK BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR HAl i? TweJve lots of ground. 28 x 100 feet, on Washington avenue and Hamilton street, 275 feet south of Myrtle avenue ; there is a handsome stone waJl and 'ence In front, a don>le row of shade trees of line size on the side- wa k, and the ground is handsomely terr&eed and laid out for building; the Improve ments In the neighborhood are of a superior character, and the location as a but King site is unsurpassed. This property will be sold on accommodating terms. In one. two or three parents Also, five lota on the southeast corner of Franklin avenue and QuJncy street. Also, four lots of ground on the north side of Galea avenue, a few feet east or Franklin avenue. All the above lots are admirably located In the immediate vicinity cf railroad and stage routes, and ot new and valuable improve ments. Terms essy. Also, four lota of grouad on northeast earner of|Ninth avenue and Twelfth street. Any of the above would be exchanged for Improved Few Yorkelty property Apply to ALFRED M. TREDWKLL. 23 Fulton ?., New Yoi | REWARDS. ekward ? t gold watch and gold <P?JU chain, Tavlor A Sons, London, makers. No. 15.038. was stolen from tbe undersigned by three robbers, on Ike eve nfng ot the 14th inst., a' tbe corner of Fifth avenue and Twen ty first street, at about o'clock. Tbe above reward will bs paid on the return of the watch and chain to me. JOHN HAYES, At the office of Crane, Cornell A Townaed, 69 Wail street. AOr REWARD.-KTOLEN, KRUM OUR STABLES, IN " East New York, a dark bay borne, about 15 hands high, long tall, no white marks, and a little lame In left hind leg; aiso a ma 1 square box wagon and single harness. Any Intorma tlen concerning the same that will lead to the recovery of th? horse and wagon, or conviction of tbe thief, will receive the above reward. BBRGRN A JRWBLL, Rast New York, L. I. ajO^BRWARD.? LOST. ON THE A FTKRNOO N OF WJJU Monday, 14th instant, while gotng from the fx* oi Wall street to Ninth avenue, in the Broadway and Twenty third street stage, or In the Red Bird line, from the Hud?on River Railroad depot, Thlrt?-1rst street, to the Grand stresi ferry, a pocketbook containing six ten dollar bills ?n the Me chatiics' Bask, N. Y.; one five dollar gold piece; two one and ons two dol ar bills on some other bank; in all 169. Also s eard of C. H. Pierson, 61 South street with several receipted bills tor schooner Merchant, and note tor f*>. The above re ward wi!l be paid for the reosvery of the pocketbook and om tents, at the office of 0. H. Pierson, <1 South street, or 204 West Thirty- third street. ? O REWARD.? LOST, OIT MONDAY MORNING. liTH , 94 Inst., in Broadway or Canal street, a lady's go:d scroll breastpin. Tbe finder will reeeive tlie above r<i ward and the thanks of the owner, by leaving it at Mrs Hall's. 55 White st. COAL.. pOAL,? I AM NOW DELIVERING FROM MY NEW yard, corner of Twenty seventh street and Ninth avenue. Uie best quality of Peach Orchard and red ash coal, well screened, at the low price of $0 50 per ten ; weight warranted or forfsk coal. JOHN Me DONALD. SYDNEY, P1CTOU AND LINO AN COAL MINIM. - There is a large stock or fresh mined coal at the above named mines. The iJngan mine has wen opened expressly for the supply of osal tor gan. It has been tested by several gas companies, and highly approved of. Peraons wishing to ^on ooal ran bave credits opened by applying to M. CUNARD, No. i Bowling NEWSPAPERS. - WW WORK Lti-'T.? WOI'W I THf I'aND! NO ~TKM 4. tfcousand extra cop ies of me VASKEE VnflONH lor April *ere printed, the supply 1? '.e?'ly exhausted, and those who wusb to obtain the f ro* part or tbe splendidly illnstrtued corntc hcri&lct Htlty v.dlLxs. shouid make esxiy application, u Hfirr the pre*ent pinion Is so d do mora b?~* numbeire can be turn shed. Yankee Notions baa, within a liUe over tour year* from the time of lis commencement, etii?bli?be<i itself to firm v in the pood grama of the laughter loving public that ft? eiicuiaUon is now cut hundred thousand onoiei monthly. a l?urg?r circulation than is enjoyed bv aoy moathly periodical In the United wtaies. IT not tn the wor d. itvery nntnber oantaina 33 pi gen, aid from 70 to 100 original comic illustration*, ill awn expressly for it by the s??t artiste in the country and en^aved in the nghest style of art. while its aterary conten'e are inrniahed by the brut writers m the United Btatee. Itia printed on the best paper, with the beat type, and an steam pre* fees made expressly ( r it, which are in oonatant operation tne j ear rourd. Onlv 1J ?a cent* per number, or SI 36 per an num Per tale oa every rarroadar.d steamijoat ' a the Cnited States, by all news agents, and by T. W, 8 rRONG, Publisher, 98 Naa?ati street. SHOT 1 N~ THE bl'LL'JE EYE. L Bee YOUBG AMERICA, For this week. >'or Sharp's rillee. And the Kansas crusaders. Or tbe e'ergyman's hoboy. besides many otter good things which can't be mentioned for warn oi lipase. Orlv 6V cents a number. orS2 50 a vear. For sale by all lows agents, and by T. W. bTKONG, publisher, 98 Nassau ntreet, H. Y, NEW AND PRACTICAL.? THR ATTKNTION OP THE puilic and the trades ii called to 'be next number ,'<V ) o ihe Bt iKNriFIC AMERICAN, which will rootain an engravf ngtl Louis Young's United States patent revolving measure. ? HE IRISH NKWP. Na I, now ready, c mains: Editorial -Btetarie Memoirs of the Day; Boned turkey, Tbe Amutcaa Flag in Mexico; Da nieh Jew*. LiTEiuKT-Perfonai BecoUecttocs of tbe Editor. T. F. Meagber, Richard abiel; Dublin tn the Wtnter ?>r '43; Irish Btvoiuuonarv History. Ravage's "J8 and '4H; Mesilla Valley; The Attache ludiacp, from the Note Honk ot an Irish Surgeon. Kiuiainham'm Di blin L?rncit- Mlitarr Memoirs, < compa nies aidCorrespcndencejFnoeralofCaot Kerrigan Speeches of James T. l<rady. T. F. Meagber and Col. FuLer; New* tr> m the WorM over. Publication office, 29 Ann street Price S3 per annum; six cents a copy. mHK NEW YORK HERALD FOR KALK-SEsRS iSSl JL 18 52, 1(53, ISM, 18(16, complete, unsound. 9ti Ludlow street. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC. A GRAY HORSE FOR ^ALE? ABOUT ' 15 HANDS high, sound , Itlrd and very gentle, between eight aid nine i oar*, iiid. Can trot in about 3:16; alMi a ligb* Ttvd wagon and barneef, c&d t>e had separate or together; will be aoid law. Ad drew J. 8. W., 168 I h'rd avenue. A T THE B?ZaXr, 31 CROSBY 8TRKKf. WILL BR A. sold, every Mnn-lay and Wednetday, at 12 t'e oJi. a num ber or horses, suitable for all pr.i pases; a po, new and second hand wagons, elsgle and double harness. Ac. JOHN H. GATF1KLP. Proprfattjr. AT PRIVATE SALE, AT THE BAZAAR, 31 CBOBVY street-? A chestnut sorrel horee, a superior i?iidle beast; trcU and canters, very kind, of good action; the property of a private gent eu an, who eells for want of u?e. CIIarruowTfor RALE? ONB BHCOND HANI> RXT?.N ) eion top wagon; has been nsed but a few tunes. Also, doctci's plitctonr, top buggies toekawavs wii baroti thM, ana a fine assortment oi' Button chaise*) and tight wakoiih td a:i kiuds. Appty at 368 Broadway. JOHN <5. II AM. f 1 A K rFa (I KP ?THE BSTIRK STOOK OF~"raK CAR." \J risge repefi ory. 26 Wooster street, will be offered at re duced pric es, and mutt he disponed of previouito the 1st o." May, a<i the undersigned then retires from ihe business. MaJ^R THOMPSON, iti Vfooatsr BWeo'. EXI* JKR8 WAGONS. ~"a~ NBW~UGHr BXPRB?tS WA gen tor sa e, warranted to be well tn.ide. of ro?J mito ri?l?, and superior to tbote built in Concord or Boston. Apply at f8 l eonard stree'. CBKRL.%8 817IPf. fi^OR aAi.li-A PaI I OF BLArtK TWIN MCTjKH, SIX P teen bunds high, found ard kind in single or double aar rese. Can be seea at 135 and 137 West l'hirtyiaixth street, lu the rear. Inquire tor JOHN R STUART. Ii OK SALK-THE VHRY STYLI8B HJRSB W4LL H known e.s Adams A Co 's Gray Dick. Can be a^en at Thomoton's stables. Thirteenth street, between Third and Fourth avenues. For bale- a very hakdkcmb grav mask and Ugh*, wagon; the mare is sound und kind in all hirneHs; can trot In about 3%; la a stylish driver; tbe wagon is ia per feet order. Can ne seen by applring at the stable, eoroer ot Hicks aid Harrison vreets, or at tbe stable. No. 11 Atlantic market, Bouth Brooklyn. WM. MaRTIN. JjWR SALB-A Si'RREL MARE, 16 HANDS HIGH, r nice jearp old a good traveller, sound, kiud and gentle. Inquire of JOHN P. MOORE A BON, JM Broadway, or or BOWMAN 4 50UNG, 641 Hudwn street. U>OR HALR?AT THtC LIVERY STABLr CORNER OK " Grand snd Mercer stree.s. eleven hot%ea, two well match ed pairs, several extra BtvlUh road homes, three good express hortes. cne bay riding pony, me white riding mare, both xen t'e and kind to drive. I bey are just from the oountry. All this Htate bones. for aay working purpose*; the other, iltleea hands high, of very banA-cme style and acJoa, of great endurance, has not been accnstomed to any light work, but will lu? a 300 pound wagrn at the rate of Ion r minutes to the ml. e; is (even year* old this spring, sound, gentle and kind In all barne**, and would make a very fine saddle horse. Price moderate. Ap ply at J. I. GILLhlSPI&'R livery stable, 1Z7 Bast Broadway. lTcR hAl7n? -A BOR8K OF RARE BEaUTy~AN D 55" r ceilence, .with a genteel single carriage and harness; the private eetahluhment oi a gentleman, 'not having fur.her ute for tbem, ia offered tcr cash or reai|eetate;)affording a fa vorable opportunity for a gentleman to provide hitnaeli with a de-lrable establishment. Address S. A. Joseph, Herald office. ORSaLE-jTcHESTKUT PORREI, PACING HORSE, suitable for a lady or gentleman's saddle hone; will drive double or single, and warranted round and kind in every way. Sold only for want of use. Apply to 8. 8. HTARRETT, 57 Maiden lane, up stairs. OR KALK? A HORSE AND FURNITUR* CART; ALSO an extra tea ret of n'.ver plate, new. and of modem style, or will exchange for a good horse and carriage. Inquire of J. W. HAWKS, b9 Bnwery. Hew lork. OR BALE-A TOP WAGON; HAB BEEN BUT LITTLE u'edt will be fold cheap, the owner having no use tor it Apply at COOPER'S stables 103 Charles street. HiOB BALE-FIFTY LIGHT WAGONS, OF SUPERIOR manufacture; will be sold cheap. They comprire a gene ral srsortment of ltgat roc taw ays. e-Uecbe tops and open bug giea road wagons, sulkiee, Ac.: alio several second hand wa gons; also twenty horses, just from the oountry, at the car riage manufactory, Nos. b and 10 Nevina street, corner of Furcn aveLue, Brooklyn. OR hALE? A SPI.CNDID BRIGHT BAY HOB4P, jmt brought in from the oountry. six years old. 15% hands hish and weighs 1 026; very fine style and notion, and warrant ed perfectly sound and kind in single or double harness. Can be seen at Bellow's stable, 150 Crosby street, between Houston at ii Bleecker. CiOR SALE? A TROTTING BOR8K. 15 HANDS ONB r inch high, dark sorrel , sonnd and lciad, and can trot very fast, together with a light road wagon and harness. It' warned. Any gentleman in want of such, and willing lo pay a reasona, b.'e price, will p:eaee address Horse, box 172 tier aid offioe. N. B.? Would make a goed double horse. OR BALE CHRAP-A BEAUTIFUL 8tUD HORSE, wkicbcostthe prasent owner $400 on lstof January last. Can be seen at KETCHUM'8 stables, in Love lane, on Brooklyn Helghta, not far trom Montague ferry. OR BALR CHEAP? A 8PLENDID PAIR OF BAY horses, sixteen hands high, seven i ears old; tine carritge horses and stylish travellers; can travel twelve mi'es an hour. Can be Men at RF.MSEN'B stable, oirner of Union and Court streets. Sooth Brooklyn. Also, one set of double harness. OR BALB CHEAP- A GRaY HORSE; HAS BRWN worked tn a cart; alro a light shiiting top wagm. Apply In the stable 227 Mooroe street. HU 0B8R8.? FOR WALE, ONB SIX YEARS OLD COLT with lor* tall, 16,^ bands high, a first rate saddle or hos> nesshorie; two first eiats roadsters, good size, very fast- trot ters? all warranted lotud and kind. One of them can trot in 2:C0 to wagon. Apply at tbe stable 79 Mott street, tn the rear. OR8E8 FOB BALE.? TWELVE YOUNG STYLISH country horses; three of them can trot eloae to -;30. Several others of them are very proa.ising travellers, suitable for doctors or road ace; and some good work hones, all of which wilt be *old on moderate terms and warranted as repre sented. Apply at 23 Boerum street Broeklyn. ORBE FOB BALK.? IRON GRAY HORSE, ?IX years old, sound sad kind, 1C hands high; price SA)0. Inquire at 186 Canal itreet. LlGlff~ROCKAWAY~(SRAT I NG BINE) FOR 8ALE? Price S100, at nurjand's tavern, Jamaica. OCKaWAY FOR BALE-NEARLY NEW, WITH POLS and (shafts, Watrona' make, Philadelphia; alro, a set of double carrtago liarneee, Gibson's make; all in complete or der. Apply at the stable, 98 Grand street. VlEOOND HAND C0ACHK8-IN GOOD ORDtfR, FOR O rale cheap. Alao, Buggies, rockaways, Ae., besides a variety of new first elasa carriages, of every deeeription, at NOTT A CO. '8 repository, W0 Broadway, near Bleecker st. W^HaNTRD-A SADDLE HOBSB, FOR A LADY. MUST be sound, young and gentle, wUh long tall. Address box Ma 16 Yonkers Post offioe. X\l ANTED TO PURCHASE? A 8ET OF LIGHT DO CHL# TV harness. Address, stating prise, Lightning, Herald office. W~ AGON FOR HALE- A LIGHT ONB II0R8N WAGON, with lop and shining seats, only used for two months ; Can ha teen at TDRNUBk'B stable, corner of Fourth avenue and Twenty fdth street AGON WABTKD-ONR THAT HAS BERN BUT LIT tle used, with a low running gear for a teed wagon, or a b^v wagon lor a single horse. Address B. M., box 27i Post cfllce, stating price snd where can be seen. A NT KD? A BLACK OR BAY HOrSk. WITHOUT any white on the legs, and capable of travelling a'siugle mile izrlde of 3:15 on a country road; must be over Lt hards, perleesly gentle, sound, lot over 8 years, and of gnod i endurance. Price not over S3U0. Address box 2,682, Poet 1 cffice. lostaVdfoimS. COf? LOST.? LOST, THIS MORNING, A SMALL BLACK and tan colore 1 terrier dog, having a chain nillar arounl his seek, with his owner's name upon it Whoever will de ' liver this dog at Na 8 Washington place, oorner of Meroer ! street, shall reoeive five dollars reward. OUM) ? A POCKKTHtiOK. CONTAINING A SUM OF money, which the owner cao have or proving property I and pay ing tor this advertisement, by applying at 141 Nteth I street VOUND-ON SATURDAY, APRIL 12, IN WHITfCHAIJ. r itrnnt, First ward, a brown wo'f dog, with white spot.* on his brtast. The owier can have him on pmctng prope -ty and paying expenses. It not claimed In three days be will be ; disposed ot. JOHN SUL1VAN, No. 8>i Stone street. OST-PBOM STRaMSHTp GRANADA, A ifA^lK white Spanish poodle dog, witi brows ears, sheared nlrse to shonlders: no tall. The finder will be snltaolv re warded by returning the tame on board the above steamer, foot of Warrtn street. North river. LOST?BRTW BEN THE PAIMAmTKR'S OFFIOB, NO. 6 State street, and the United Sta'es Assls'ant Treai irer's office, check No. 1,066, dated April 15. INK for SBI 40, paya ble to Col. Q. Lnomla, U. S. A., or bearer, and signed ny N. W. Brown, Paymaster. The finder will be luiuhlv rewarded, by leaving the sameatibe Paymaster's office, No. 6 State street Payment stopped. LOHT-ON TURHDAY, APRIL 15, 974. TI!<5 FIMDER will be rewarded by Wring the same at tie Herald offl -e. AKHuVaLs. 1 /^?oboe~g. kmtth riiS bemovrd his patStkhop \JT from 66 University piaee, 'o 131 Sixth avenue, opposite Tenth street, where he wlU contlaue the painting business tn general Special attention Is given to the desoratlre depart ment. Original designs made for parlors, halls, i lining rooms churches. Ac., and executed !n tne highest rtyle or art, with the water proof fresco, which is superior to my other mode of painting la nee, both lor beauty and nu.ity.^ JJUMOVAL.-A. HATHAWAY H \,i REMOV1D Hi to* AV Broadway, and opens with a splendid <wweriaieut of new and desirable mncv goods, to which place he Invites a <v>*,tjnti ?t? of the liberal patronage tor the lset four yean siven hire at Lie "Id stasd, forner vf Breads ay hod Ami' y (tr??t, AMOgRMBNTI. openrt^?*?AM 7; to eommsnoe " "WKI.I???Di* htMUIfl. ArkIL 10 WW THJI WONDbRFUL RA V Kt> ?A*IbT. M'LLB BOBBBT AMD THR BaI.LKT COM! ANY. AlfOlUEK GRAND COUIC REVIVAL. ^^t?KJ,MK?tNDhrHE WHITK WARRIOR. k ninlnA . . iW tliCs ??????????????? ? WfiiUj W%Tn^f ^Suv.v.v /. ... .a. the .... . a#.. ^ * ?u' Hi Conscript FmnwJia ,be beautuul ballet -miaulack'S theatre. W W^^^KAAPa^R. ? ^ n*u1# Mr Walteek; Charlet Courtly, Mr. Le?t at; <*r o*r ?o2^Vr B?2gSS; Meddle. Mr. ?Uot, M*x l^.w .y Mr* Bo.,; Per^-J ^^mVa?JhO'.T. Trimmer, Mr. Norton; Brown. Mr. Stewart; Mrs. Mij nV^Mon,?rni KT^bCho^AK;8 ^To Mot. now TnB ^Itlb TBBABbRB. L^'^w'lyF^ ??.? 7x? "?? "" chabb. g!r wiuiam Fondlove ifctieirke Jordan W l drake . ? '" /ji,. o. K. jjickinaon Miner Waller... Miss l?ura Eeeoe Constance "... Mism Mary Well* ? .".'.'.7.7.7. . .Mias Kate BelgnoJd Lyaia. ? ? ? * ? jioyjii/fy. ' A nov?I rhythmical, musical, political ? ieeiiic, dr*?atic? M* tWuc eeiio coocico. rational and national extravagania, * IN OWE ACT AND !*UfE TABLEAUX, T^^r?c:7k1rst. kk ;ut: ? ? ? *?***? Wedneaday, AprU 16, i?ti, will be presetted, lor the firtt tiotf this b?moB| BRKANI. MADAME A1WAM LAG |Rf "^o^u, cowtii. Bon'e. W Broadway, and A<^S<le?,: ? 00 1 ?*<? ?i ? Be<ond circle 0 SO I Amphitheatre. ? ? ? ? ? a Mai M?reu?k ? ? ???? . . . ? Ae?u?o?<* Boers open at 7 k o'clock ; commencing ?t B. /jnn AiiD LAST WEEK OF JOHff R. BMITH'H GRAND 62 IOUR OF EUROPE and 81SGK OF 8KBA8rOPoU Have jouaeen it?? the moat splendid exhibition in the Initod Stales? at RMpmE haUj> 596 BROADWAY. ^ Every evening at VA ?'''?*? *^f7 ^STpfSd^J Ratnrday afternoon, at S. The music by Mr. Aiwyn f ieie, ei London. . Vrrpt aw OAHDRN.?W ANTRIM GENXLEMBK FOIi N"hf S^J Appeal the -tage ???* daily, from 10 A. M. till 12 M. WM. A. MOQRK. Huge ?aua Iter. 11/ aI.LA? K'S TH VJ A 'f RB. VY J*-** WALLACE'S aer lea of P^orm^. which will be limited. Wednesday, w?,h It, u?^''?aU?^'^^^ANOHOLV. Thiir.ilay- Leat tune, tor ihe pre?ent, of innnt-aj ^ ^ ^HK schoUaH. , " ?.??<> W:ih, tiri-t time Ui!b ?tpieilY ?' Fsturday? THB MBRCUAlsT Ok'vBSICB, and other entertftlnm^ntfl. Box book op<n for Ihe week. Iqabd? ladba igra? b?B? l?ve to annennoe UhbENPFTT !or Saturday evening T? b faiwt'iikart kbver won fair lady Dnchwa fleTorreneueva Sail King 1 ?" (Her tirm appearance in America.) Ruy l0 conclude with jjOVELTY. 1 he box book is now open. "nil HAT a NT DRAWINCJ ROOM HBfTMttlf AlMMitNTH.? charged ettry evening* TlcietJ *6 oeow. National acadhmy of mbioe? the thihty firir annual eililbRlon of the national Ae*deiny la now ocen daUv ft" m 9 A. M. to 10 F. M.,at r.*8 Broad w?T, t>et*sen l^ioce and Bnr'ni; utreets. The oofiectlon la formed esoluMve W roA^til wort^Uviae yttata. which have nevar betorj h^AB exhibited in ibid city. AdtnlMioo 25 oents; peaoon ttf kela So^T T. ADDlnOB BIOBABDS. Car. Bea'y W. A. ? GRAND amateur performance willtakvc Biace at Academv Hall (late Perham ?), 663 Broadway, ' OR WKOSEfOAY, ArutL lb. The performance wlU commence with a rOETICAU Al> ^?a^iirssKij?-(Si?iiss?a^. Ato rttt VKKICE fF.?^W.n.r x Tm Bii>Krt rt i T *'? B- Mortimer Mlsa H. Htaniord Belv^ra ^ ' MKL A NO E. Iriab rouge, by the celebrated IHsb vocalUJ. Mr. son. 44Pa? ce deux," by Miwi K. Shell and a a . t'rmvt 14 fiiiiufl Cirflaf"- Brutos and Casitus^ Mamtb. Itkhols and Va'lard. Violin Salo by the i Momu De Oerig. Ulenrl's To00UclUde with , , " BKr KUTlun. I^awia storea. Doors open at rt^; performance at , >.. ~ ^KXPKBSSKS. TnrPBpaa vnTICK ? WFLIi'. FARtIO A CO., 82 BROAB SrSS^rJ-K'SK! ^AUl^rv^T^lir^dDjUl i9 m w B - To enable ns to properly clear goods at cnatema, ;bntr^"eroo^er^w:ai me' WEl^FlRQO V C QP SPORTING* FRENCH FEMALE POODLE DOG FOR SALE. APPLY at 86 Wf st Nlneuienth street. bAT F?R "AXE? A FINE FRE6H MILK OOAT. Address Au C.. Herald office. G CDICAL ? Cf\A BarWABV.-JMt. JEFTBIBB ANTIDOTM IBTflB <5Ul/U moat aCTWi^l ers^araHon sold, and aa Knitter ere mm nansea nor ofisnda ne palate, and fenders ?nimni? ij any devlaUon In diet ar toUwirapHoo to anal pius^M, aoand aleeo. or healthy dlgeattoe,U* nataaoaele tna removadaa spaaolyasla oonsllent wtlh ftt prodweCoo of a lharongh and permaseot sere. I* frarsHlanta a*e entrdy racetakia. aod ao h>;nrtoaa effeei eitbar aooaattMonally or loaaDy, aan be eeneedW itaaaa. Prioe H parboNle. Role agent for the omi C.IL RUG, 191 Broad war, eoraer of John afreet. A ?MM HAB BWTmoOV>W.->>. HAlOa" A haa <seBWts< a vegetable eanmj?w>J >a aeat* ell unda of edda, eon^a. afana, brXoMUs aaad mnavtaL Ala la paoved datfy by hnai^ede whp are eure4. Theaelaao Bedtcloe eoaal to L OAae M Bowery, *. I. Rrv Toatc. /an. ?, MM. Dr. Halgbt: ? Dear Mr-Tim koala tf aifrtil I nesafiaasi ef yon kr a dMraeafog eougfa, e?redma?e raa?a. JUf youaa. fa. A. Bissen, 114 Bowan, NT I. Dr. Baltfii:? Dee* Ofc- ttiftog aaad joxtr aeatflile (tjm p?fcd, wee ewred of a severe eoauh snd naSn It die AM. ToonkAe.. Wbl Baovw, emrrliaBasd Tee I. T. Dr. HaU9H?? Dear B>a -BaiUs tut tram a dUreaatag ewafe, A?., leas naaa eoe boMe of year eoaapoand eared aia. Re speetfnir ycura, ?. B. Hassa, Wlealis Wia,!!.!. OAeeSOf Bowery. Mew York. C1ATARRH.-CATARRB CURED BT A NEW PROCWH, J which never tails. No snnttor minerals uaed. Thiatreat ment hna eared cases that have baffled the skill of our best physlciaaa. Testimonial shown and referenoe given. ? cure warranted and charge moderate. M. Wli.KINHON, 26 RWhth aveone. baaement. Will remove on the 1st of May to 247 Sevtnteenth street. K. WARD'S CNFORTUNATS'8 rRIE.VD. AjrD OTHsl unrivalled remadlea.? The sure cure of certain diseases, quick and complete. The afflicted who would ebtada a per manent and speedy cure should cone Immediately to me? ewe hundreds monthly. Office arranged ao that paUen ta da not meet gflectaai and unlaUkig medloal aid rendered. Mr tntortuaate'a Friend cures always In a week; often in two daya; recent eaeee In twelve hours. Offioe 00 Oaut street, eorner of Broadway. DM. COOPER, 14 DUANB 8TREET, MAY BE CONFII dentlaliy conaulted on certain d la eases. Twenty-six years in his preaeat speciality, and at hie praaent offiee, are sure guarantees of receiving honorable treatment. Chargea saoderate and a cure gnara^teed in all >??? local sad g asrsl boars 11 JL M. to way, NewYa^ -Courier dee ? Dr. htittsb. wo. s wttbion itrebt, new yohk, to icac and favorably kaown to the pabile, may be eon atUted at Ms old offioe, where he has practiced in one branch of medicine Ibr the laet wwatv*w ywe, and made mere enraa ikaat aay other man la the sity? to maav InstAnoea of peraona eoosidered tocarable. some of whom he has persaia iion to reter to. < Barnes modarate, and to all eases a rure raaranteed. Oeattoa.- My great retaedv. Hunter's red drop, 0?at euros certain dtoeaaea wlthcast drvleg lie pot arm In the blood, eanenly ae bad as above, 9L Medical b?ols, 300 p*8?". gratia^ ____________ PRIVATE CQIIPITAMIU.- DR. WATWOM ATTENDS etc I naively to dleeaeea 7tf a oertato elass, to wMlch M baa enred a vaet number ol eeaee, ta a ton* ooorse ot prasHBa. The rtmestea are mild, aad tnors la no tatoarrnption Iran baal - nets er ehange "at diet. Dr. Watena eameeUy renomaneada a>. early call after the first appearaaoea. aa delay or tbe aee of aeetrwms, speoMee, dropa, Ao., and tfher enactUul trost meat make the snbaaqeaai sure lees speedy* W. WATWTN, K D. , formerly sargwm to the Lngk lloarltal. offiae tin Waltav street, fourth door weet o ( Broadway. Also, eonaultaUene by leitor. PILE*, PfLRS, PILES.? BIMPflON'8 VBGRTABLK Hrff otflc after a test of many years, baa proved Itself supe rior to tbs nameless nns trums which have been toroed upon the pub!lc fn m lime to time, as cam be slmvrn IWan a nnm-?er of rert<ftc?tfa from medical men, at the principal offioe, 616 Br> ?e street. New York. RIOOBW'B PRACTICE.? DE. C. D. HAMMOND, FOR merly a runil with Rieord, of Parts, and wRh the cele brated surgeens of this ettv, Drs. Mott and Darnochan, informa tbe pnblle that he may be conaulted for the core ot an import ant class ol dines sea, and for thoee of the throat and lna(a, at hta eonveailentw located sooma, SM Broadway, eppoalla the St. hicholas Hotel. Office hours from 9 to 1, and trow 5 to S. Treatment aim by letter ead remedies adapted to the eaae sent Consultations en France!*. C. D. HAMMOND, M. D.t phvsiriss, tvmsulttag and Operative Burgeon. rriHOPE LABORING UNDRR n IS II ARE. EITHER RE J. cent orehrotle, or omseimenoea nwultJnij therefrom, would do well to consult Dr. RAl.PH, 648 Houston street, near Woootar. Hours 9 to 12 A. M., 6 to 9 P. It. (BundAys ex cepted). The Doctor's time and attoaUon have been given e* cmslvelv to ihtsclaae of diseases, and he would here .tale am obatloally that In any and all cases where hla lnstnictlons are faithfully followed, be will warrant a mfifi acl pormenen' cure: and where the constitution of the patient beg been a ?.?uaed, oas betid iv and reetws )o health m? vigvr, amoimbitv. G BROADWAY N1ATU-I. A. MdEEEiliL, KJ Ltww; W. E. BUit, Stage Mim|> . Door* opea a 7 o'clock , performance U> oommanoe W Hi precisely. TL.g eroaiiig, April 16 ? r 811AMDY MAQUIRK. fc'handy Maguire Mr. R. Wil'Juu OOH QaXu Two characters by Mr*. Barney W.1IU m I THK IKIhll LION. Tom Moor? Mr. Btnqr WOMmtm ?re. FlUgtg Mr*. ifarney WtUianM Souabbe Mr. Whlung I Mrs. Crummy In Henry vv'idd ......Mr. ftodgea Mine Koho 10m DaakwartB Pa fly Mr. Umrj | MlssTHter Ml? Hubert BoWKRY THBjTtRIs. -PROPRIETOR and MANAUKR, 1. 1*. Waldron; Acting Manager. Mr. G. EL QriElka.? Doom open at ti j ; commence at 73>i. W ednesday , April 16 * Benefit at Minn 0. Alford. THK L0NYL1T MAN OP THK OORAM. THE MOMMY. DAMON AND PYTHIAS. THK PRENCH SPY. _ Henri gt Alme Mi? C. Alford CUJOk'8, CHAMB KRuSTRKKtT Wodne#da?? The flnt nix lit of the new Sew Yore co medy, 'Tib ILL PLAYING WITH KDQKD TOOLS, performed at the Hot ton theatre lor many nlghte, with un doubted suoseu, to crowded Uouaew. The scene la laid la New York, In 1M4. < oionei ( iotdia, a Veteran of the War of 1811, and bow a New York Hanker in Wall street Mr. Barton Mr. Brown, Mr. Moore; Arthur t.eaiie. Mr. H. Ferry; Jo ha, the Colonel's servant, Mr. Sevhell. Mrs. (ioldle. Mrs. A. Parker; It la. ber slater, Mr* C.Howird. Ladies and gentlemen at the Ooldie ball By the OOsnpaay. Tbe scenery, quite r.ew, by Mr. Hlelge. A so, the universal favorite extra fagaaza, In two Mk,?f FORTLNIO AND HLH bKVKk GlrTKD HBRVANXB. Fcrtunio, ?!th man r songs lira. C. How an! ROADWAY VARIETIES, NO. 472 BROADWAY? (Late Mechanics' Hall, between Grand and Broo-na ate.) H. Wood Lesooe and Business I" R. ?. Marah. Stage admission, twumty fivk ckntST Monday Evi nine, ajid Damn a rax Wut m, the celebrated WOOD A MARSH JUVENILES win present THE GOLDEN PARMER. Jemmy Twtteker Master O. W. Mint Also, THE LOAM OF A LOVER. Gertrude Little Miry itoors opto at GX; commences at 7 % o'clock; aad mmw at 10 o'clock. EO. CHRISTY * WOOD'S MINSTRELS, NNW B*? S 444 Broadway, below Oraod street. OI'BN EVERY EVKMIMG. Boslr km h^Lsae'.td fey HearrWoe4 Stage Manager Geo. Christ* THIS WEEK: Wednesday and Thursday? TnE DOUBLE BUDDED ROOM. Friday and Saturday? THE HAPPY MAN. Notice,? Tbe enrtain wtil rise at 7\ precisely. Admvtuon 26sente M. GOT7VIH ALK, ? MRS. E. G. BO8TWI0K, AND OrUK.lt KKINKIT TALUT, will give a grand concert. at Library Hall, Newark, N. J., #n Wednesday event, ig April 16. For p*nicularn, see Newark o tliy papers ot U*o ldtli, and urogram. <ien at .he mule, book and drug stores, where tlcVcts are for sale. SHOOM1 D GRAND OONO K>t T. FRANKLIN BA.BSFORD, At>8I?TltU DT MIES LOriSA PAYNK LIT : l.K AT) A (four years old). MR. aLLAIC HI VINO, AH CAN DIDO BRRTI. At Eotiworth's Rooms, on Friday evening, April 18. ??? programmes at the mii'.lo Mores, t?r.d daily pupera of the ll"Ji mat. licked may be had hi Uje miislj jto-es, aod at tbe door on tbe even're cl the oosceru Geotiemcn's tickets, II; julies' tickets. 88 oe&tl. ribSKATK HA ION AND MR. MAL0N8 RAYMOND cntertaiDmeniA on Thnrs at Brook's new Hall, IVC IJupenard street, near B^iadwyv. Subjects " Laove," and "A Ir;oos Hour In Ireland i rid other Lands," with songs, Ac. Tlcketr, (0 oecis. Entrance throug n the ho^l, private door Mo. t'rfi. tickets may be hsd at toe hotel and doors. MIbF FaNNY DHANlk'R (JONCERT- AND I.ITKRAHY Kntertainment will come oil" at Dodwortlj's Academy, hOS Broadway, tomorrow evening, April 17. Mia will be as listed by Mr. T. P. Baeaford, Mr. Harry Handerenn, Mr C. J. Deane. Mlts K. Dpane, fend others. l ldkeUi can be had at Hal A Son's and Bassfcrd's music morec. RUOKLYN MUSBOM. MISS MARIA 8. BRAIRBRD WILL GIVE A OOWUIKT, At TnE Brooklyn a then.gcm. ON TUESDAY EVa?INC?, aPRIL. 22. Tickets, 50 cents, to be had at the music stores la Brooklye. VfEW YOKK LIFE? THE GREAT BOSTON COMEDY Is played a*. Burton's this evening, with a good cast. SHILLING MAMMOTH OOSCERT-AT BROADWAY Taoernac'e, on Wednesday evening. April lti, by Mr. COOKE. Miss Maria Duckworth, the aooompiiahed vocalist, ot ihe Broadway theatre, will sing "Home, Sweet Home,** "(.'harming May," Ac ; Mdlle. Caroline will sing a French, a dtrmu acd a Plemlsh sang, with a host of other talent. Go early. KRIUM'S BCRLKSQUE OPERA AMD MIN8TRBL. troupe, comprlsltg titteen members, from 663 Broadway. New York, and Melcdcon. Boston, are returning from a most succewful tour throughout Hie (eastern cities, and will perform as follow!? .st Burlington, Vt , AprP 16 and 17; rlaUaborg, N. Y? April 18 and 111; and Open at the Theatre Royal, Mistrtsl, April 21. and continue for one week, previous to visiting tbo principal cities in Ike North and West. Ju^IAH PMRH AM, Proprietor. LEE MALLOKY, Business Manager. HE OMLRBRATHD EGYPTIAN MUSEUM ? NDMBRR log up wards of eleven hundred objects, wtth seven! re sent additions. Is the mostjiopaUr exhibition In the city. Open dav and evening, at the Stuyvesant Watttele. ttS Broadway. Anwslestnti 26 cents. HF.ATR1CAL NOTICE-NATIONAL THEATRE, BOS ton.? Dtulngthe reoess the stockholders will completely renovate the bouse and restore the pit Ladlee and gentlemen of acknowledged talent, ladies for ballet, and " stare" wishing engagements for the aett season, commencing In August, wffl please address the sasscrlher. Revere House, Boston. HENRY W1LLAED, " M16H KATE SAXON AND MK. will glvu one of their popular onl day evening, 17th inst., at 7)a o'clock. MT8ICAL AMD DANCING. d>9 en ? PIANOFORTE FOR SALE? A NEW jTZuUi second hand nlanotorte, from Butte' Kofer'a. For sale on account of departure. Call at 832 Broadway, be tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets. ANCING.? BROOKES' CLOSING SOIREE FOR THrJ season will take place at Brookea* Assembly Rooms, 361 Broome htreet, on Wednetday, 16th iaeL The school remains open all the year. EMERSON'S SUPERIOR BOSTON PIANOS.? HORACB WATERS, SS3 Broadway, agent. The public is invited to call and examine the above planoa, they being iba beet oi Boston marufketure. Ike celebrated Horace Walesa pianos and pianos of other manufacture at lees n rices than elsewhere in the city. Superior planoa to rent, and rent allow ed on purchase. MEYER, LATE PRINCIPAL BARITONE OP TH* ? Korllsh Opera, wil give Inst ruction *tu singing and guitar. P'ease ad drees 134 Franklin street, and it will be annrared Im mediately. CtRAND BALL? M'LLK CAROLINE VEZIEN8 IN I lories her trlends and pupils that she will give a grand balL on Thursday evening, April 17, at ber deaeing academy, 21 Howard street. To ooatmence at 9 o'oioek. tickets one dollar, admitting a gentleman and one lady. ueic BOLDER.? IVRS' PATENT SPRING BINDER and music holder. HoRAOR WATERS, agent, No. 33'J Broadway.? "Ihe patent iprlrg binder," says the New York Tribune, "owing to its metallic spring back, holds sheet music as well as if It were bound, and Oils la a desJdaratum for every professor and amateur ef music." Price, plain, (2; gilt em bossed, $2 80. IAN OS ARB MKLODEONS.-A. W. LADD A OO.'S Paris premium pianos, Carhart A Medkurat's melodeonn, sevt n octave Dill Iron frame planoa tor S2A0. do for S2>S; grard aad boudcir plan*; planoe to rent or for m'e, oa monthly Instalments, at JU OSON A HUNGER'S, 519 Broad way, St Nicholas Hole'. QPLBNDID PIANO, ENTIRELY NEW. FOR SALE A* O a bargain; four round oomera, pearl keys, 1% octave, made by one of the first city makers. To be seen at S. DEX TER'S, 662 Broadway. FtROTHJRK. COTTAGE AND FANCY FURNITURE WAMEOONE, at 614 Broadway, opposite St. Nlokolas Hotel. -O. HA*. THEWIoflfert far sale the most eetsnstve assortment of fsnop Me enamelled and French turaMore in the finite* Stales, need prices. Every variety of inslli sssns. pillows, bolsters, Ae., at macnftmWer's pMeas. CtAKINET Pl'RNITURR FOR CASH.? A OOOD Afl ) sortment of cabinet furniture will be sold low ffer cash, to ciuee a concern, at 47 Beekman street, three do ore below Wil liam. liiHH) R* 1 1 URE^PURNITURE ? HIGHEST OAEB PR1CM r paid ft>r Ixmsakpld furniture of every description, ssrpeta. efleloth. fe*thecjMs, watebes, jewelry, Arenrms, snrgical. musical aad nauMM Instruments. Parties promptly watted on by dropping a Doe or enlHafon MeOAPPBAY A WAL TEEfl, auction and nnmsnlsstrm merchants. Fa MOWheriM street, or 462 Broome street corner at Mtsmt . URN1TURH DEALERS WILLING TO EXCHANGE furniture for k floe watch, and a low price, will please ad dress Pottle, Herald office. WIWE8E AMP mtPQEfc American brandy, in paokaohb or s. ^ and X pipes; gin, Ne ? England rum, Monongsfests ead rec tified whtskey, pure spirits, high and low proof, tn barrels snd hogsheads. We invite city and country buyers to examine these goods, which we offer at lowest market price. C. WARD A CO., 110 Murray street, agenia for the dMDere. A BB1ECT ASSORTMENT OF POET, SHERRY MADF1 A i a, champagne aad elaret wines, brandies Jsmelas run f Holland kin, Hcbledam sehnappe, Sootoh Irish, Himgihiii and Bourbon whiskies; svrups, oordlala, Ac.; Lostdon anA Dublin porter, and Scotch aies, (or sale at UNDERBILL A MA TTRRBON'S, 4*0 Broome, corner of Oroeby st B" EAUTY, SPEED AED KCONOmF IN PRtNTINQ.? Thsre who wish their job or oard printing done wel, at low prices, are Invited to call at THOMAS RBUTTOS 'k ex tensive job printing effloe, 112 Fulton street bete street and Broadway. / VoaCHMaN '8 SITUATION WANTBD-EY A REHPC I V table noting man, who perfectly understands his busine* j be?thf city reference, from Uls present employer, will beglv ( Plea?e call or address P. F. D., 280 6th avenue, oorner of lfillfe ?Ireet. Jt' L KP EO BI N~COO N At! BRANDY, IE BOND, PALM snd dark, tn asearted pack eg eo. This brandy has ae su perior in market, and comes from one at the besthoueee M (kigrac. These la want of a good article will call on C. WARD A CO., 110 Murray street Importers aad jobbers. ASTROLOGY. ^uesaoee w sjsroMtr, yrm and law matwrs and books aTorZ cles, as relied on eonslanUy by Eaooieon As t-TT- - ? 'he will tell the name ot the ftthirenusband wTd sSsn StotSuosi ot her visiter. 7? 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