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BALES AT AUCTION. EbkEThT n i cb cayT ait 3r 10 n e k k?f k r bm pi o e y sale ol a valuable VI years' lease ot tse cor.e' of Hroad way and Howard Wrest, 50 by 100 feet.?ALBERT H. NIOO L*Y will tell, without reserve, on Thursday, Mar 21. at 12>j o'clock, at the Merchants' cxchang* corner of Broadway and Howard rtrtet, the very dqilrahle and vs'uiole 21 years'lease cf tie live story tire print buidlnx on the routh west corner of broad way and Powaid street, t irmerly known as the City Hotel, having a iroit on broad wav of 50 lent and 100 feet on Howard. Mo property has been offered in broad way for many years whlck offers ?u fit tudui*mpnts fir ln ftMvemeuts. oeing BUustea in the immediate vicinity of all the ending hotels ana railroad depots. The location ior built-si purposes Is unsurpasted, from the f*ct that mm; of our lead ing merchants are now doing buslne s In the neighborhood, and others contemplate bui'dlnr. The opening of cana street wl'l also greatly benefit this property, and many other Im provements which are In contemplation must largely and rapidly Increase the value ot all real est its surrounding this location. For the Investment of capital this sale offers great In ducements, and the attention Is oartlcularly called ofiall per eons seeking to make permanent In vestments, who areresoect fully requested to Inspect the premises The terms of sale will be made unusually liberal, and possession can be had within thirty davs trom the day of sale or earlier, if desired For hill particulars apply to AlDert H. Nicolay, No. 4 broad street O. TUTTI-H, AUCTIONEER.?OFFIOK ~9l BRO VI) . way. Assignee's sale or aoont 130 suits of elegant enam elled oottage furniture, being the entire stock of O. Ma' lews, (late of the firm of Mathews A Staceyj to be sold without re serve. A. C. TUTTI.E will se'l at auction. on Wednesday, 21st, at 10,*1 o'clock, at the warehouse, 614 Broadway, (oopo site the 8t Nicholas Hotel.) the entire stack of e egant first c ass ename'led parlor and chamber cot age furniture, oomoridng about 130 suits of solid oak, imitation and fancy coloring, of the most exquisite designs and (lotah, beta with r.na without marble tops, varying in eoet trom *30 to *150 each. Alio, parlor, chamber, dining and fancy chairs, settees extension tailes. stdebrsrds Ac., together with all the nnfinlshed stock, mate rials, upbolaterv articles, deiki. store flxturea. An The whole to be sold for earh. without reservation, by order of the as signees. Oatalofues on the morning of sale, and a cash de poett of ten per osnt will be required from ail purchasers. LFKXD BRAGCl, AUCTIONSISB.- BOOTS aND 8HO ?? at auction. A. BRAGO A CO will sell at auction 600 casee boots and shoes, on Tuesday, May 20, at 10>? A M., at their salesrooms. 33 Cortlandt street, oomprlslng a good and desirable stock of goods. UOTION NOTIC It.?CROCKERY AND OLAPB WAR8 at anclion?By J. S. H. HaRTLETT, auctioneer, Tuet day, May 20, at 10 o'clock, at 201 Pearl street, in lots trom the shelves; all kinds white grant e and common ware; 150 pack ages glass ware, Ao. Also, the stocx of a dealer. Catalogue* nowready; goods well pa deed for shipping. Sale positive. A UOTION NOTICE -NEW AND SECOND HAND Jx househo'd furniture, carpets, Ac.?HAMUKo OSGOOD A OO. auctioneers, will gelt this morning. Tnesday, May 'Aj.ta'. 1(B.' o'o < ok, at their large sa'exroom1,81 Nassau street a very fine col'eetlr.n of new furniture, comprising several rich rosewood parlor suits, covered In the most costly sail recherche French f K'tn b'ocatel, removed from a first class cabinet ranker's es tab lsbment, which must be yild forthwith to c ose toe busi ness, together with the usual assortment of first class furnl ture. Also, The furniture of a family, removed for convenience of sale, comprising carpets, curtatus, w fas, ohalrs, bureaus, bed steads, bedding, Ac , Ac. Pull particulars in catalogues. UCTION NOTICE THOS. Bit LI., AUCTIONEER- BY BELL A BUBH.?Wednesda r, at lOJf! o'clock, at HO Centre street, wl 1 be Bold, without reset ve, the valuable stock of a watchmaker, jeweller, Ac., gotig West, comprising numerous gold and stiver Iepl*e, vertical and lever watches, many of which are costly. Also, a large aaorlment of tine jewelry, rings, pins, bracelets, diamonds, pearl ornaments, silver and plated goods, clocks and numerous articles In the line. Terms cash. Deposits required, as it Is a poslive clearing out sale. UCTIOnTsOTIOB-THOB. BELL. AUCTIONEER ?BY BELLA BtSH. ?Thursday, at 10K o'clock, in our sale rooms, Mo. 12 North William street, a large sa'e of valuable furniture and housekeeping articles of all descriptions. Friday, extensive sale ot dry got ds, Ac. UCIION N(tflCK- J. BOGART, AU<moNR?R-BY B. BcO ART ?This day at 10^ o'clock, at the auction rooms. eorrer of Frankfort and William streets, la-ge sale of household furniture: e egant mahogany sofas, biokctsas bu reaus, elegant mahogany, French and blaik walnut bedsteads; carved sofas, card tabled, crib cradles, washstsnds, feather beds, hair mattresses, oval mirrors, ol > paintings Brussels and ingrain carpets, oilcloths, office desks, Iron safe, girandoles, chairs; snd also the stock and fixtures of a merchant tabor's store, eounteralwlth drawers: counter show cases, gas fixtures, gas chat deliers clothing, oats, pantaloon*, vests, no-s' cloth cape, shirts, drawers, Ac : a'so, by virtue of an execution, one case ot jewelry. Also, at 1(B? o'clock preolselv. In rron'. of the store, one butcher's cart, let of harness, large ice obest, stall scales and fixtures: also, cne stylish black mare, young and sound; also, 40,OIK) segars. WILLIAM THOMPSON, Cons1 able A DCTION SALE OF RICH FCa.HTDAHl, ROSEWOOD pianoforte, mirrors, oil paintings, velvet, Brussels and Ingrain carpeting, superior jiwelrv and watches: a so mat tresses, (arc;goods, clocks bronze ware, beds, Ac TUNIS MOBKKLL. Auctioneer, will tell this morning, at 10,tj o'clock, at big spacious s*lesr< om. 79 Nassau street, the above desorip - 'i-o of goods, of most saleable kinds some of which are vary superior: suitable fr.r first and second claw dwellings. The or der In whlcb they are arranged tfve* good opportunities to exa mine although any objection alter sale not obliged to take. The full description would take a column; a portion as follows: ?Superior rosewcod pianoforte, cost StOOa tew months ago; solid osxe'egtre, solid oak extension dining table, aad chain to match; aiso solid mahogany co ; choicest patterns, by the rolls of from thirty to forty-five yards, cf English vel vet ssd Brussels carpeting; also, two qna'ities of In grain; spring red hair matt-esses; bronze ware bedsteads stands, piano stools and cottage bedsteads, suit of rosewood parlor furniture; also, enamel ed suits; gold watches andjem< elr;: very desirable paintings; plain furniture tor parlors, chambers, dining rooms, counting bouses, Ac. M, 8.? Ladles attend without any unpleasantness. Experienced men for packing, and Icsrerul carmen. You will be sure to select, to avoid waste of time. DCTION Sal.E at TATTRRBALL'S?THIS DAT. AT 13 o'clock, comer of Sixth avenue and Thirty-ninth siteet. Horses, carriages, wagons, harness of all ds* scrlptiona. linen sheets, rollers,, halters and two goxlrocka war carriages. OEO. CLKMON8, Proprietor and Auctioneer. 86 ION EE'S SALE OF VACUA BUfTj KV^fLRY. OOLD watches, diamonds, plated ware, Ac.?SaMUKL OS GOOD A CO., auctioneers, will sell, by order of Joseph H. F. * artel, assignee, lo morrow. Wednesday. Msv 21, at their store, 81 Nassau street the entire stock of jewelry, Ac., of Francis Lamouroux, whh h has been removed for convenience o' sale The s ock oomprfses the finest collection ot watchei ever offered at auction, (Tom the most celobra'ed English, French atd twins manufacturers; finger rings, breast pins, bracelets, ear rings, vea'. guard and tob chains; watch s*als sleeve buttons and shirt studs, lockets, ottarms, pencil cases, brooches, Ac ; also, a quantity of rich silver plated ware, glass cases, Ac., Ac. Csta'ogues of the whole will be ready early on the morning of sale. BY H. H. LKsDB A OO.-H. H. LHBD8. AUOTIONBRR. ?On Tuesday and Wednesday, May 20 and 21, at 10^ o'clock, at the store No. 23 Nassau street, large sale of ricn tsncy cords, statuary, Ac. also 50 cases ol conic marble girds, the Importation of Slg. G. B. Pandoltlnl. Also a large voice of real Sheffield pia ed ware, with real silver edges. An org the marble goods will be found some very cholee spe cimens of real Carrara statuary?Agate Bardlg lo, yellow of Sterna, Ktruscsn, Medici, R< man and Hebe vase i, from four to five feet high, wlih other choice vases, suitable 'or parlers and niches. Also alabaster statuary, representing Vontu of Casova: Amoir Pevlue, by Bsnerne; four busts of ltaliss pOM-Daate, '.rioito, i'etrarch and l'aaso; bud of Zeno, two ?roups representing summer and autumn, 'statuary for gar dens snd piazzas, Our - . nrlrtopher Columbus, Bacchus, oancing girls of Canova, Venus, Ao. These are about five fset high. Alabaster and verde antique figure s and groups The (braces, d> nclng girls, bene, two Brecboa, birth of Venus, reposing Hercules, Apollo Belvidere. sleeping Cupid, rage of Parana Hon. copy of the monument on the piazza at Leghorn, A a. Large mart le vaiea, one sucero fountain, carved with leaves; a pair ot the largest vanes ever imported In alto relicv: Oothlc and Grecian vases, for ear ore. mantelpieces, halls and niches; Tarra, of Adrian: card receivers, solid grape leaves, husld tables, transparent vases; Pompeii and Herculaueum vases, urns and temp es; Mosaic table and vases, grouos ani mals, Ac. 1 lie above splendid ro'lectlon has just been Import ed from Italy expressly for this market. Also a large and valuable assortment ot French china vases, clocks of superior workmanship, in bronze and ormolu; obina vases richly Sainted. Also a large assortment ot broozs figures, grouos, e. all of recent importation, expressly tor this market. Also a large Invoice ot real silver edged plated ware, trays, urns, casters, ctke baskets, epnrmes, spoins and other articles. The above can be packed on the premises f ir shipment, If re quired, eta small expense. Bye dward bchfnck a co, 33 Nassau btrkrt.? Hxtrrrlve sale of wines, brandies, fruits, condiments, Havana eegars, Ac., Ac. 500 cases arid 220 demijohns cognac, London drck and champagne brandies; Ota.-d, tf?nur.esey, Re nault. old Q . Ac,; Helnsick champagne, 8t Julen clarets, Hungarisnlwtnea. Fchiedam gin, Scotch. Irish and American whiskey; sardlies, Jamaica rum, Ac; Every article oilered will positively be m store. ftROCKH&Y AND GLABB.?J. J. WALDRON, AUO 17 tloneer.?HRNRY G. KVaNB, No. 6 Liberty street, srtll sell, tb e day. May 20, at lOo'eiook, In lota to suit the trade, a In rye SKor'.meot of while granite, American marine and Columbia blue, dipt and e. c. ware; assorted glass ware, French china, cloaks, tea trays. An. Also, the stock of a re tailer declining business. Goods well packed for shipping. ECORFk B FRANKLIN, AUCTION ERR?BY FRANK LIN A NICHOLS, to-morrow (Wednesday) mora'ng, at 10>? o'clrck, at salei-rnom 85 Nassau street, near Fulton, sale ot second hand furniture, carpets, Ac. Also, stock of a cabinet maker, removed for convenience ot sale, consistlagof elabo rately carved psrlor suits, covered with the most costly and fashionable F> et ch satin brocatel, silk, plush and hair cloth; parlor tete a tetes. sofas, kranges, arm, reollnlng and rooking chairs; parlor spring seat chair a centre, card, sofa, work and fancy tab es. corner aid bookstands, seers ary and library bookcases, eiegerss, dining extension tables, oax chilis, ward rones. beds eld* dressing and plain bureaus, wash its- da, solid oak eoarne l-d chamber suits, hair mattresses, palltisaee, oil paintings. gilt framed French plate pl?r glasses and m'rrors, cholee glass and earthenware, sliver plated ware, table cutlery, clocks, farcy goods, Ac. Tbt above sa e la well worthy the at Tcation ot housekeepers. the trade and out if town buyers, as the stock is composed of second hand furniture, nod a large assortment if suorrior cabinet cutfom made furniture, which will positively be sold to pay advances, catalogues on mirnlnf of sale. Goods carefully peeked for shipment. IPUOEWN R. FRANKLIN. AUCTIONEER. FRANKLIN !i A NICHOLS will cell at the private dwelling bouse, 17 Maodougal street, on Thursday morning, 22d lest, a 10'J o'olock, a notleottor ol well made parlor, chamber, dining room and kitchen furniture, carpeta Ac., viz.; mahogany sofas, chairs, rockers, bedsi sad*, wardrobes, centre, card and work tables; mlrrore. curtains, lamps, bedding, waahitands, bu ' roaiu, kltebea furniture, stoves, china, glass and earl hern ware; stair and psrlor three-ply and Brussel carpels, Ac., Ac, Bale wlthf ut reserve. T? HOUGHTON. AUCTIONEER.?THB MANHATTAN , "ill. Comtianv will sell on Tue-day, May 20. at 10 o'clock, at No. 12 Maiden lane, an extensive assortment of household fur-1 _ 1 fur-e nlture, made fo o rder and must be ?o'd without reserve, con stating ot rosewood and narlor suits, rich covering: rosewood and malngar y drei a bureaus and bnokca-es, waahstands and -?ardro' e* solas and ? >'a uedstsads. louages and lounge bed steads. oak and bliek walnut dining chairs, mirrors natntlngs, bodsiesdr, bstr snd mors mattresses, paillasses offloe desks snd ctglrr; letrlgerators, all sizes, at private sale. EHOUOBTON AUnTIONRBB.-THB MANHATTAN . Company will sell, on Thursday, May 22 a large and I'xlonslve assortment ot rinh gold jawalrv, din minds, Ac., c in citing of go'd and sliver watches of all kinds, rich gold guard and vrst chains: s'ro cbataia n chains, lad'ei' and gent's gold rings, breastpins, earrings, gold hjarsle-s, gold lockets, gold pencil* and gold pens, gn'd stufs, gold necklaces, Ac , Ac., at No. 12 Maldtn lane, at 11 o'clock. B HOUGHTON, AITUTIONKBR.?THE MANHATTAN . Company will sell, on Wednesday. May 21, flt'y thousand segart, condsting of Figaros. Operas, Nnrmas, Conchas, As., Ac., at 11 o'clock, at No. 12 Maiden lane. For a-oiunt of whom H may concern. I1DWARD BCH1NCK. AUOTIONERR. - ROW ARD j SCHENCK A 00. will sell at auction, thtsdav, atone o'clock, one light two seat ctleche, tos on 'he back seat, raids by Fold A Rons; has only been used In the country last surrv nsr; Is In perfect order. Alio, several light road wagons. IinWA RI> BCF ENCK, AUCTION ERR. - BUPNRB JE WBL IjtliWABD BuhRNHK A CO. win sell, ati ry?Fl'WARD BuHBNnii A CO. wl'l sell, at auction, tbls day. at If *4 A. M , at their sales room 33 Na?aau street, opposite the Post office, a large and particularly desirable aa aortmei t of gold and diamond Jewelsy, consisting of chronome ters patent lever and double time keepers, ladles' watches. set with diamonds; diamond, c'n ter at d single stone rings and pins, cameo and moaalo sets of ptns and earrings, studs, slesvs buttons, vest chains, esals, Ac. 8sle positive, ARDFN PLANTS AT AUCTION-W S. KcILLVAlN will sell this day, ana every day this week, at tl o'clnek, the seed store, No 7 Job rtreet, rosei, hnneysnekles, dah t, verbenas, Ac., Ac , In gr?r variety, from P. Henderson's. - rtptlve catalogues. AH pi ts are sold at privas sals at prices. IAUES &T AVVnom. f?f*TOlTCKr^0'jlI0?KB*.-0'li*TK?L HW81HOLO . fori mire. Brue?<*li, Um* ply and Ingram carpnti. inir ? ior?, t og rib otlo'uthi, oil palr.i'xge, (U fixtures, ar , Ac ?f. COLTUN will sell to-morrow, May 21, tu 110% o'clock, at V'09 West Twentv ninth afreet, (Lama-tine p'ace ) between KtjfiUj ana Ktuih avenues, the entire furniture of the bouse. I: will comprise In part mahogany par or tur.ilture sn'ai, lets stele-, tola bad. (Blair's paumt;) mabigin* soring seat chairs ook car e teat arm chairs, mahogany bookcase and secretaries, ren re, side acc card taoies; mahogany marble t >p die-sl'g bureaus and wasfixtaids. Chinese quartette taoies, one very One Cblneae centre table, managing French ned Hicsds, spring mat rceiea. paillasses, pure cur'el hair m ?t tresses, black wa nut bedsteads, tapestry and three ply and In grnla carpets; English olle.nths, one very fine mahogany carved extension tanle one 21 day elock, very tine oil oatnt l-.gr, eLgravlrgs, crockery, glassware table cutlery, bedroom ridhaement lurnlture; also, gss rbanrfe'leri fixtures, Ac, Ac. fca'e peremptory, and gooct must be removed Immediate ly at'er theaale. Catalogues early on Wednesday morning. (1 KuROR COCK. AUCTIONEER WILL HKl.L, ON Tuesday, at 10% o'clock. at 442 Broadway, above lanal street, a large and well se ected stock of furniture, of the beet manufacture, Including parlor, chamber and dining room suite, ' various style*; etegeree. corner sttnda. centre tables, sofa anu side do., extension dining taoies, bureaus, bedsteads, wasbsiandt, pa 'taasea, best mat'ressea, rockers, cbalrm, lounge*, si ver plaied ware, tab'e cutlery, Ac. N. B ?Conalandy on band, at private sale, a great assortment ot the above goods, at It as than usual r uction prices. GILBKRT B. BAVA(Ie7aUCTIONK1R.-BY BAULKY A ? SAVAGE. at their sales rooms 82 Cedar street, between Broadway and Nassau.?Thursdsy text, May 22, a: 10% A M., will eommence the sale at auction at a large, new and well made itcck ot furniture, being <he stock of an extensive manu tscturer retiring from business, comprising in part, parlor, bedroom and dining suits ot rosewood and mahogany; book nates, dressing bureaus, bedatetds, marble top washatands, hat stands card tables, chain, lounges, sofas, tete'a tetee. mar be top centre tablet. This sa e Is worthy the attent on or hotel proprietors and country dealers. Catalogues ready on morning of sale. Goods well packed for shipping. H. I.EE08, AUCTIONFBR.-BY H. H. LR.ECS AC J., ? on Wednesday. May 21, at 12 o'clock, in front of the store, 23 Nassau street, a bay horse, 16 banns high, short tail, stylish driver, 8 years old sound and kind In single and double harness; can trot a mile Inside four minutes befose a buggy; a a roan horse. 7% years old, about 15% bands high. Black Haws horse, gentle and kind In all harness, and is a good svl tie horse; has trotted tn 2:46. Also, a buggy wagon, In good order, made by one of our best ctty makers KM BY B. HERTZ, JB? AUOTIONfcEli. ASBIGNSBS sale. Large and valuable stock of groceries, wines, Ha vana segara, Ac., on Monday and Tuesday. May 19 and 20. at 10% o'clock, each day, at the salesroom. Mo 6% Pino street, being the entire slock ol a wholesale grocery, removed for con venience of sale by order of assignees, comprising in part, 200 pookets old Java coffee, 60 bags Rio coffee, 220 bsrrels white, brown and crushed suvars, 200 chest* Oolong tea, 300 chests green teas, 160 boxes faml v soap. 120 boxes snerm, admmtlre and moud candles,together with a large lotofma> carunl, vermicelli, Becker's farina, pickles, solcea sariicea, peeserved fruits, fine olitre oil, wines, brand!as, gin, rum, claret, Ac., in casks, demijohns and cases; also 180 000 fine Hat ana and other segara. The above goods are all new and In shipping order, and well worthy the attention of the trade. Terms cash. Id current funds. By Older of LK WIS BUNION, attorney for assignees. ARDWABK, WRITING DB8K8, Ac -AUCTION, TfllS day. at 10,% o'clock at 67 Dey street, corner ot Green wich, shovels, spades hatchets, axes, aaws, chisels, hummers, butchers' knives, lorka car vera, double barreled guns, percus sion caps, ml icing knives, door latches, brass assorted scales Ac.; se (an, brandy, gin. wine, t ibaoco, Young hysan. Oblong tea, Ac. WELLINGTON a. CARTER, Audi ineer. JOHN L. VANDPWaTER, AUCTIONEER WILL SELL this day, Tuesday. May 20. at 10% o'clock, at the sales room, 66 Nassau street between Maiden tane anr. John street, ?aci id hat d househo'd furniture, removed for convenience of sale, consisting ot Wilton. Brunei*, Ingrain and three pi* car pel*. >talr rods, yolid carved rosewood suits, soveredOn broca tel damask. Ac ; easv chairs, tete a tete i, parlor chairs, rose wood lounges, covered in p'uib; rosewood etegere witb plate glass door and back, paintings and mantel ornaments, rose wood and mabogony se-re-ary and Ubrsr* bookcases, oak. black walnut and mahogany ex'ension dining tables; oak dicing chairs, silver plated ware, china dinner and tea seta cu'Iery. Ac. Bedroom fnrntture?Rose wood and mahoganv marble too dressing bureaus, do. washstand?, toilet set*, ward robes and lounges, sofas, lace and damask wlndo w cur'alns and abide* rosea ood. mahogany and black wa'nu' three quarter and doub e bedsteads, best curled hair mattresses, M'llasses, mirrors, Ac.: together with a general assortment or baiement and kitchen furniture JHCHNL. YANBRWATKR, AUCTIONKKB, WILL SELL, this Tuesday. May 20. at 10% o'clock, a: the sales room. 66 Nassau street a stock of furniture from the steamship United Slates, consisting of mahogany hair clath sofas, blue and green plush settees; iron and black walnut tables and settees; cota, desk and arm chairs, Ac, THCsFph hegkman. auctioneer.?tbis day, Tuerday, May 20, at 9o'olock a. M. precisely, at the store, 153 Mvrt'e avenue, between Odd and Prince streets. Brooklyn- continuation ot ft e assignee's sa'e of jewelry, stock and fixtures, The ba'ance of the catalogue wiill be sold to day. The safe, two showcases and other fixtures and tools will be sold at 4 o'clock P. M precisely. John lloyd7auctiomefr~j ohn t.loyd a song will rell,on Thursday, Mav 22. at 10% o'clock, at the dwelisg house 100 Waverler place, the entire furniture, oou el -ting In part of elegant Brussels and three ply c vpeti, bro calel and mahogany sofa* and arm chairs, looking glasses, marble top bureaus and wash*lands, glass, china and stiver * are. and the usual variety of kitchen utensils, with which the sale will commence. MORI ART Y, AUCTIONEER, WILL 8BLLTHWDAY, ? at 10% o'c'ock, at 173 Chatham square, the furniture of a f?milv,re*roved tor convenience ot sale, a good assortment; also, l.OCO yards of Brussels and ingrain carpets, Ac., Ac. Sale positive, without ie<erve. MH OBTGAGE SALE of furniture?on wkdnkb day, May 21, at 10 o'clock, by PlfKL A COLE, at No. 343 Puiton street. Brooklyn, consisting of rosewood and maho gany sobis, chairs, bookcase, eentre and card tables. dress Ling bureans, bedstead* and bedding. Brussels and ingrain carpets, oil paintings, Ac. Also, three light wagons and one coach. | VT COOPER, AUCTIONEER.?POSITIVE SALE OP i_\ . fi ur valuable building 'ots. tn the Ninth ward, Brook lyn. N <'coper, will sell at auction, an Thurcday, May 22, 1866, at 12 o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange. New York, t wo desliable lets, rn the northerly stle of Lafayette avenue, 300 teet westerly from Marry avenue; a'so, two valuable lota on the aoutlier-y side of Kosciusko street, .300 feet westerly from Marcy avenue. ThK property is in one of the bast neighbor hoods, In Brooklyn. For maps and further particular! apply ai the office of the auctioneer, 66 Fulton avenue, Brooklyn. J. KELLY, AUCTIONKKB?WILL COMMENOI ? selling this dar, at IP o'clock, at 81 Catherine streat, a large oons'gnment of ahaw's and dress goods, Imported far tha present soring and summer trade. Also the stock of a retai'er, eon tabling everything In the dry goods Una, in lota to suit par tOiiS6ri* PR. WILKTNS, AUCTIONERR.-S VLB AT AUCTION, ? cf elegant rosewood furniture, carnages, harness, Ac., by order of executors. Phll'tp R Wllklna will sell at auction, on V eonenday, May SI. 1806, at 1U>? o'clock, at ho. 61 Bleecker street, comer of Crosby street, the enure furniture contaired in said house, consisting in oart of elegant rose wood psrorfurcitnre, covered with data ask; rosewood anri chairs, covered with satin and plush; dsmaek and laoeourtsins, pier g a?ses, mahogany bedroom furniture, rosewood armolre & g ace, chrval glass, French ehlna, richly cut glass ware. Brussels carpeting, oilcloths, Ac. Also. 1 large carriage. 1 small da, harness, Ac, whlsh will be sold at lo'cook. For more full panleulara see auction co utna in large papers. Catalogues at the cilice of the auctioneer, No. 11 Wall street. PH ~AWNBROXER8' 8ALI OF 8PRING AND BUMMER clothing, watches and jewelry, this day ?A- M. UK.I8 TAI.KR, n Bowery, will sell this day. a large and select as sortment. of Indies' and gentlemen's otothing; ooaaistlug of silk shawls, dresaen. capes, maLtillas, white and coiored crape shawls, parasols, piece goods, cloth, frock and dress coats, psnts. rests, Ac . Ac. 1 antes' clothing, at 11 o'ctock; gent'e mens' at I o'clock precltely, Bylorderof P. FKIDKNBSKG, licensed pawnbroker, 496 budson itreet, and 299 Fast Broadway. RM WALTERS. AUCTIONEER?TO-MORROW (WdD . nesdat), at mi o'c'ock. Met! AFFR 4Y A WALTKR8, wi 1 re t at aucicn, at store 26 Catherine street, a general assort in nnt of plain and fancy furniture, viz : marble top mahogany bureaus, tables and washstands; so'a?, chairs anu rockers; Prmreln and Ingrain carpets; feather beds, bolsters, pillows, msitrerscs. Ac ; also will sell, to pay advances, sundry quan tity of furniture, clicks. Ac. Sa'e punctual. HO8. YKITCH. AUCTION RBR-BTORB NO. 16 SPRUCE street.?sheriff's sa'e of cloths. rdry gxtds, laces, em broideries, Ac , Ac., on Weinesday, May SI. at 10 A. M.. at tha salesroom consisting of c'oths. cssalmeres, vsatlnn, linen goods, hosiery, callers, delalrea poplins, merinos silks, tacea, embroideries, cotton goods, linens, muslins, lining*, kid, silk scd lace gloves, mits and sleeves; cm iroldercd handkerchiefs, fringes, trimmings, button*, tapes, tailors' trimmings. Ac , Ac. FRED K L. VULTB, Deputy Sheriff. P. MELLOR, AUCTIONEER.?BY HOUGHTON A ? MKLLOK.?This day, Tuesday, May 20.atl0?? o'clock, at the sales room, 113 hassau at. special sale of superior made earvon rosewood, mahogany, oak and walnut cabinet furnltiuv, belt g the stock ot a cabinet manuflac'urer. Also, six superior toned rosewood at d mahogany pianofortes, of floe tone and finish and fully warranted several new stile frame Frenoh plate pier and oval mirrors, clocks richly decorated French china va-.es. ell paintings, silver ware. Ac. The whole of tho above shek baa been removed for convenience of sale, a< d comprises sb large a vat let/ of first olasi goods as we hare oflered st auction this season, and is well worthv die attention ot tbs trade, country merchants, and those a oeut refurnishing first c'sss bouses, consisting In part of carved rosewood parlor fuinltnae en suite, oovered In the finest satin brocstel, plttsn ana hair cloth; magnificent curved eteserea. with mirror doors and backs; wardrobes, plate glass doors; psrlor secretaries, lined with satin wood, richly tarred; ladles' cabinets, rosewo - and mahogany marble top centre and pier tables, tete-s te:e.<, sofas, dlvaoa and ottomans: Voltaire, eaev and rocking chairs; splendidly carved rosewood and oak hall stands, hall sha'rs, rosewood, oak and mahogany extension airing tables; dlnlog room chair*. In morocco and plush, sideboards,Tlnrarv and se ct ttary b tokcares, library tab lee card do., rosewood and oak reception chairs, new styles and designs; Gothic sewing ohalra, nerved rosewood and mahogany bedsteads, marble top arew log bureaus we>hstends and commodes to match, painted and enamelled chamber suits, with and without marbia tops; rush, willow, cans and upholstered neat cottage chairs; pure horse hsir in stir esses, Ae. Every facility for packing tor out o.'-towa buyers. WBi ILL!AM IRVING, AUCTIONEER.? RKO IVKK'B ?ale of jewelry, watches. Ao. WILLIAM IRVING A CO. will sell at auctirn. on Tuesday, May 90, at 10>? o'clock, at the salesrooms. No. 8 Fine street, plain gold and engraved, garnet, pearl, turquoise, ruby and emerald set brojehei, ear rings, breastpins, scart pins, sleeve buttons, studs, Ac.; gold pencil cases and pens, snufl' and lobaeco boxes, sets of mxais jewerv. thimbles, specacles, Ao.; silver tea sets table, den ser. end tea spoons; breakfast and dinner forks, silver knives, Ae. Watches?fine gold chronometers, levari, busting levers, duplex and leplue watches, silver leplne and lever waichss, geld fob guard, neck asd ve?t chains. Diamonds.?A sunaro ulairnnd set bracelet, cost #6C0; single stone and diamond c uate- breastpins, earrings, finger rings, studs, ear pendants, Ac.; tbtre stone diamond rings, diamond and pearl earrings and breastpins: a large assortment of other jeserv. Kvary article warranted as represented in catalogues. Bold by order o'A. GOODMAN. Receiver. WILLIAM IRVING, AUCTIONEER.? ASSIGN Klt'R sale of a fine library, standard works, library editions.? WILLIAM IRVINO A 00. will sell at aucUon, on Wednes day, May 21. at ltitj o'c'ock, at the salesroom*. 8 Pine street, Bancroft's History of the United States, Hume's Hint-try of England, Hume's philosophical works, Jared Spark's Wash ington's Life and Writings, Don (jtiixole, with ilmitra'ions. ct mplete set, 27 vols; Waverey Novell, Joiephns' works, full gilt; Thlers's History ot France. Folllns'f Ancient History, Webster's Pictorial Oyeloptcflla, Pprlrg's works, ccmniete, II volumes: Presrett's Peru Monetto's Va lev of the Mlsahntppl, Flu arch ? Lives. Addison's Spectator, lilrk's wirks. complete, 11 vols.; Clarke's Commer tarles. History of Nao tleon, llltia Ura'ed; Present's History of Mexico, ditto Ferdinand and Eli zabeth, Byron's complete works. Webster's enlarged dic tionary. Ben Johnson's dramatic works. I.in gird's England, Gibbon's Rome, Macaulay's History of England, Btilwer's Novels, complete; Sbakeipere's como:ete works, Milton's complete poetical works, Boon's poetical works, comnlets; Mooee's complete poetical works, Heman's poetical works, ormplcie; Bu-n's works, Byron's works, cimolete; Shake sperm's complete wrrks. steel nlates; Macaulat's Kssaea, Me moir* ot Naoclenn, Bryant's Poems, Frost's Great Cities ol the World, Pilgrim's I'rtgrese, Bible Letters, Ac., set 30 vols. ) ot u ar poet*, Drake's Indians, Illustrated, together with a large ano rumple'e collection ot other works. Wmm C. ALBURTITB, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL ON . IhurtdaV, May 22, at loX o'clock, a' 61 Myrtle avenue, between Jay ard Lawrence streets. Hrn-klyn, a general as sortment ot rosewood and mahogany furniture; Brussels and Ingrain carpets; ore suit In plush; mattresses, beds and bed ding; gas fixtures, Ac. TAJ M. WITTKRit, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL ON WED "y nesday, at II o'clock, at 187 ' anal street, eleven maho gany and rose-wood carved pianos three rosewood mclodeona, tcgetbe.r with other musical Instrument*; four new pianos, ?even second hand, three second band melodeona, guitars, pieno stools, matting, carpets, oilcloths, etnee or g ore desk, clrck. small g's*s, spring cart and harm em, chairs, Ac, Sa'e peremptory for cash. l&IJfil AT AIC71WR. AVTJJ.~WITTBKS auctionkkr, w ill'bull" thh TV . ?y at 12 o'clock, at 1*7 Caual street the furniture and fixtures of a taserbter s*luou. conslsu ig of saloon u >l?a. ion woodae.it chvirs ti" lli urex, signs, bar and bar fix'tirer, b'l Hard tab ? Havana sera's *a'u iugs. s'->ve* and pipes; aiao, a quantity ot wlies and liquors W~ AtWITTIIB8, AUCTIONEER. WILlTnELi.. <>N WKD n"sdaj at 10 o'slock, at 187 Canal street, 100 cimpoalUm otrtmeuial moulds, steam ure?? and kettia moulding pieties and screw, eramps, Ac. Bala positive. fioiisuH, cakkAobs, M. *1 (inn fOR 2600.?TOR HALS. A BAY HORSK. vliUUU eight veers old tae 14th day of neit June. IS bar. ua S Inobea bigu, weighs 1,000 pouuda a i.ud and kind In all barreae, and warranted to trot Inside of throe minutes The reason lor felling, the owner is going to Hi trope. Inquire ot T. R. CHOCK KB. 9tf Kulton market At | NEW LIGHT PLEASURE WAGONS FOR SALE? rrV Also 3U second hand do ; alto a large lot doub.e and aiDg'e barncaa, new and second hand; also, 10 horses, one ethst land pon j. a poly at 10 Nevina street, Brooklyn, near the eor tier ot Fulton avenue. ROCKAWAY AMI) A LIGHT SHIFTING TOP Wa non for sale low, as the owner baa no use for them. In quire at private stable in Twenty eighth street, second door esst of Madison avenue. ClAUblaOS WaNTED?A KOGKAWAY UAKRIAOK, > to seat four perrons, with pole and shafts; must be hand acnoe, well made, aid nearl* new. Also, a handsome eet o! rouble harness. Address, with description, price, Ac., Ford ham, Herald office. C~TABRIA3KS FOR BALE.?A GOOD TWO BHaT J wagon; a good platform bodied wagon, suitab'e for a feed store or grocery, Ac., at 89 Rldrtdge street, between Broome and Grand. DR. JOHN WILLIAMS, VETERINARY BURGEON, respectfully informs his friends and the public that he continues practising successfully on the different diseases Inci dental to that noble anlmaJ the horse, at the sign of the Golden Ilorse, 131 Chryatle street, where he has been for the Inst ii years receiving trom 800 to 1,000 horses annually. l?r. Wil liams' expertenoe tor examining horses tor soundness favors cent er party. OR 8ALB?TWO PAIR MATOHKD CaRKI aGi horses and three slugle horses; also, one white mare. (Vermont Black Hawk slock) that, sound and kind; to be seen at Noa. T and 9 Bergen street near Court, Brooklyn. N. B.? Any lady can ride or drive her. IjIOR BALK?A CLOSELY MATCHED PAIR OF OAR r rlage horses. 16 hands high, good travellers, and very even gait, long talli, bay color ana warranted sound and kind, the property ot a private gentleman, and sold for want of use. Can be seen at FLYNN'S stable, Thirteenth street, between Fifth and Blxth avenues. iflOB HALE-A 8XX BRAT ROCKAWAY CARdlAGM, 1 made by Brewster A Co., In good order. Will be sold cheap, the owner having no further use tor it. Apply to DA VJi> FAKLKY, 86 front street, Brooklyn D.OR BALK-A TWO BRAT, OPEN BAROUCHE. NEAR v ly new, suitable for the aouniry; wtll be eold -heso, as the owner has no further use for It. Also one light road wa gon. city made. Apply at H. H It J.'rt livery stab e, 160 and 162 Crosby street, between B eeoker and Houston streets. UVOR BaLK?A LARGE LOT OF NEW aND BKCOND r hand express wssans. largo and emaU. Apply at STUD LEY'8 express. 37 Canal street. IjIOR BALK?A SUPERIOR SADDLE MAKE; Id KIND r an) gentle In *11 harness and can trot in three minutes For sale cheap, as the owner has no use for her. Price 1160. Can be seen at WILSON BROf 11 itK >8 stable, In Tenth street, between University place and Filth avenue. BlOR BALK?A LF.ATHKR TOP BUGGY WAGON IN good order, male by ford; pi Ice $100 Inquire at WIL hON's livery stable, Tenth street, between University place and Fifth avenue. OR BAI.E-A ROOMY SUBSTANTIAL Bi X WAGON, with care back and barouche top, for two horses; built 1>y Wood, ard wou'd answer well lor either city or couutrv. May be seen by calling at the stable, No. 3 West Twenty -se venth f treat, near Fifth avenue, before 12 or after 6 o'clock. CjlOR SALE?A bPLANDID PAIR OF GRAY CARRIAGE r hnrees, to be seen at Mr. MILKS' liverv stable, 61 West Nineteenth street, before 12 A. M and after 1 P. M. OH~S^ALK?A SLIDING HRATED CARRIAGE, AT. most new. Also, a art of silver mounted barnesa. It will be so d reasonable. If applied tor Immediately, at 16 Abingdon piece, alter 3 o'clock. JHIOR8ALE?A HANDSOME BLACK MAKE, ABOUT 16 hands high, and seven years old, pertectly sound and gentle; is a beau iful saddle mare and a good traveller In har ness: also a new light shtptlng too buggy and a set ot harness. Apply at the stables of Geo. Murray, 33 Rait Thirteenth street OR BALK?A VALUABLE 1BAY HOrIeTIiX~Y~JARJ old; slxteenlhands high; short tail: good traveller; sonnd ard kind Bold for want ol' use. Call at Edwards'etabie, Liberty street, near Concord street, Brooklyn, L. I. N. B.? Would exchange tor a Boston chaise. FM OITbaLK?JUBT FROM THE COUNTRY, a SPLENDID pslr ot black horses, seven - ears old, 16 hands high, well proportioned, ponv made, and etylish drivers; have been owned by the advertiser for a length of time, and can le re commended; sound and kind In all harness. Sold only for want ot u*e. ( an be seen by applying at Oroeby's ladles' shoe str. re, 426 Broadway, from 10 to 12 o'clock A. M., and 2 to 6 P. M. "lilOR BALK?A BOSTON CHAISE. NEARLY NKW, r suitable for a phvslclan, or will trade for a light shifting ton wagon, not over 360 pounds weight, or a good seven octave piano. Inquire of JOHN HABalrtGKRH 197 West Thirty eighth street. F~ OR SALE?AN KLKGANT CARRIAGE. WITH DOU ble harness, In good order, and suitable for family or livery use; will Be sold cheap tor cash. Inquire at Fulton livery stable, No. 8 Seventh avenue. E^fiOK SALB-LATK FROM THE COUNTRY?A CAHS1CS M. clay colt coming five years old, kind la nil harness; could be made a fast trotter, with a little training. Can be reen for three days, at the livery stable, 22 Rait FJeventh st. giOR 8ALE-A HORSE WAGON AND HARNKfS. TO r getber or separate; the vagen and harness new; been In use about two months: suitable for kindling wood or box business. Price $275. For particulars Inquire at 4)0 Broomt street front office, seccn floor. IjIOR SALR?A VERY BKAUTIKUL HORSE; PONY r built Iblack hating long tall end ful mane, st-iish move ment; Is sound, kind and wall broken; good In tae carriage and a very superior saddle horse. Also, a single carriage and harness. Address B. A. J., Herald office. OR BALK-A SIX 8BAT~ROCKAWAY. Ma.DK BY Wcod, lomllnson A Co , neartv new. Cost 2660, will be ?old for 2360 Can be seen at 203 Merser street. For bale-a very stylish gray mark, ib hands hlgb 8 years old; can trot In three minutes; war rantee round Md kind. In all harness, without a fault or blem lih. Also, a set of single harness, and * light'oo wagon. Ap ply m Messrs. WILSON A BROTHERS' stables, corner of Bleecker and Crosby stree's. fctCR BALE CHEAP-A GRAY HORSE, 15>i HAND! r high, gentle in single or double harness; warranted round ard kind; wou'd ault a doctor or any one wanting a n'ce horse; told for want of use Call at 137 west Tweuty-eighth street, between Seventh sad Eighth avenues. f<OR BALE VERY CHEAP-ONE LTGHT SHIFTING -' top wagon, in perfect order; has been run one season. Also one set single harness, silver mounted, neartv new. VIJ be sold at a reduced prloe, It applied tor immediately. Apply at 237 Washington street. 1G FOR 8ALR-A SPLENDID BOSTON GIG, MADE by Goddard, entirely new. Can be seen at JaMIM BBRWBTER A BON'8. 396 Broadway. GRAY MKBt-ENuhU - THIS CKLBBKATKD FaHT trotting stA'llan stands 16', hands high, color grav, and a three-quarters bred. Messenger, through the aollclTatlon ot a number ot gentlemen, will cover a limited number of mares, by applying to Mr. Simeon Bosgland, East New York, L. 1.; or to Mr Bsmnel Davis, at B. p. Damou'e, (formerly John J. bnedeker'a), nesr Union Courte, wbere the horse is now s'auding. Terms, 226 the reason, to be paid at the time of tier vice. Good pasture, feed, care, Ac., but no llabl tty for acci dent la case one should posslbty ocour. It is useless to evnatl ate on the qualities of this horse; suffice it to iay that, for fine sell"*, speed, strength durability, and docility of disposition, he cannot be our parsed by anv nthor stallion In the country; and the proprietor, in offering hbt services to the pu ollc, feels satis fied, that when hit stock Is seeu. no more will be required to ? Amp him as an A No. 1 ntaltlnn. and Is not afraid to match h'm against any other stallion In this state; and will further add, that sny get tlemsn bav'ng a mare that can out-trot him to hvr neea. can have his service* for noihisg. Farmers and Breeders In (metal are reiuttted to call and examine tae horse, previ ous to nutting their mares to tny other borse, tor he has alt 'lie requisite qualities that can be combined to please the most fastidious connoisseur in hone tlsah. SIMEON HOAOLAND. BOHSR AND LIGHT BOOKAWAY FOR 8ALR.-A line family hnrsc, pmr but.t, stylish, pound and kind; rockawav but little nsed, go-nt an neiff, will be eoid capavatoly or toge'ber. at a bargain. Apply at WADK'S liable, corner Hlcka and 1'aoiflr atreeta, Brooklyn. Hursk for bale-fiftkpn and a half hands ' "h bright bay, with black mane and tatl, pony built, bai'iv r 'n'le; believed to be perlectlv eonnd, and Is an eii c itm traveller. Inquire at the owner's stable, where the horse can be seen. No. 5 Rast Twenty eighth street. Horsb for salb-a handsomk iron gray horse, sight years old, stands IS hands, in One order and oonditloa. perfectly quiet in single or double harness, and Is an excellent saddle horse; a lady might either ride or drive tlm. Apply at IS Clttr street. New York, up etalrs; or at 43 Rem sen street, Brooklyn. HORSK AND BOSTON CHAINS, TOGRTHRR OR Nit" ramie ?The horse is in flue condition, young, sound' bar.dsrme. quick and klrd to ride or drive; he is a very stvllsb saddle hoi sc. l'rlce ot horse, civ, harness, saddle, robe nla- Vets, Ac., $400; hor?c alone, *4)0. Can be seen at RVRK I r) ?itvery stable, Hamilton avenue, near the ferry. South B.ooklyn. HOK8F FOR PAIR-A LARGK BAY HORSK, 17? liards tygh, kind In all harnot, we'l puportlunrd and or great endurance; a flirt rate draught h rse. Inquire of H. MOt-MtY, Thirty hmrth sices'. and Eighth avenue HORSR FOR BALK-A MORGAN HORSK. SKVBN years old, brlyht bay, slxtesn hints Ugh. warranted sound and kind; Is very handsome an I stylish, and Is a deslra ble family borse. Apply to JaMRS UKNURRSON, 13 OUT street H UNDERBILL A FLKKT, LAFAYRTTR HrAR(.B.-A stylish bare mare, well trained for saddle or harness, aged 7 years; sold lor the want ot use; price $200. LIGFT WAGON. FOR FOUR PBRSON8, FORBALK wlth top to hind seat, and flxmres for one or two horses; ununully light, and has been run hut a very few tlin ti; is or tlie but quality, and made by Daly, of Brooklyn. Applv at the Biding School stables, Love lane, rear oi Manslm Houie, Brooklyn. i Morgan hornfu.-fiftrrw superior young borers, purehaacd laat week In Uritana and Ca edonla counties. Vermont. Among tbem are severs! bavs, Maths, grays, Ac , atd a bay horse six years old. lfl 'i hand a bl?ti, for splendid style and notion, anil great hesuty, not to be oxc-tiled. Apply at No. 11 Boerum atreet, Brooklyn. Ma-dbbd CABRIAGR horheh FOR 8ALR, 17 hands high, six years old fast travellers, tnd of re markably even gait and ipsed; weight >,.100 pounds; will be Ir 'own In a week. The property of a private gentleman, who win give a responsible guarantee for their soundness. Ad dress W. W., Herald oflloe. SADDLK HORRY.?A HANDROMR OHR8NUT SORREL horse, flfleen hinds high, stylish action, sound and gen'le, also kind In harness. Apply at Mr. WALTKR'S stables, 222 Mercer street. ?fit AOON.HARNK8H AND DOO.-A HRAVY D.iUBLR ? y brass mounted carriage harness suitable for hantman ov country?price $21; also an excellent bull and Newfound lai ' "stoh dog. three years old. kind In harness and used to r .i 'lriu. Price for dog, wagon and harness, $21. Apply at 13 U< Id street, up stairs. DKNTISTRY. DENTISTRY.-WM. C. TRACY, SURGlOAL AND MK chantcal dentist, 436 Broadway, near Howard street. In sert* tbe most braullful artificial teeth, from one to a full ant, lor one dollar each, without pain or extracting rnota. Gold and silver used. Also, the continuous gum on platina- All other operations on moderate terms. TBIRTH RXTRACTFD POSmviLY WITHOUT PAIN by means of a benumbing application to the gums, hv Dr. V WII?HON. dentist, 27 Bond street This application la per frctlT harmless In Its effects It simply arresting the nlreu'a (lr a ol blood around Uta tooth, to be extrar'ed, tor about half a minute, during which time there la no feeling. BOARDOTO AND LODiifflO. til Q CAW ALBrKh.Ki.--A. IS MALL PJ?l V iTK F AMILY jjlO bavin (a neatly turuUhed room, vPiHh to let it to on 1 or two young gentlemen, either jrt h or without buard, or with partial beard. Reference exchanged For i'uriher particular! rail ol *17 t'-anal aUreet, comer of tjudeoo, in the store. Terms very moderate TnO BLB1CKEK MT. SOU'lHKRUKKS ANI? TKAN J OZi stent boarders deslroos of obtaining board during the summer months osn find excellent eeoomnodattora at the s ore first class house, t-ft* je? pans the door exery five min utes. lUfi ORE** SIRKBT- KIrSt house above J flu Bleeeker. Furnlthed rooms on second end third Hairs to let, with board, to parties of gentlemen or gentlemen aud their wires; house in first rats order, aod pleasantly located; gas, Ao.; stages peas within 100 feet of the house TTv/r BUDdt'M BTRKRT.-RuOMH FOR SINGLE (IKK lit/ Utinen to rent, with lull or partial board. m EAST TWENTYThiRD HTRKKT, SOUTH HIIIK. Gentlemen, or a geut rman and wife, oan nave Urge airy rooms, In a pleasant, healthy location, with full or partial board. In a well furnished h- use, containing all the modern tea Srorementa. Family private; cars and stages pass the door. Ions but persons of the first reapectabl lty need apply. 1 err BLkF-OKKB HTKKKT, OPPOSITE DEPAU BOW A 1U I handsome parlor, with all the modern ooovenleoctet, to let, to a gentleman sne his wife, wttb board; house first class, on stager ute, und eon vss lent to Broadway. Ho servants or children taken. lIK 8TRBF.T?8UIT8 OP HANDSOMELY rUK A.TV nlshed rooms to let, to a family with private table, or single sentleroen, with ,-artlal board. The house is time ass, and oonvenlentjy located In Ninth street, near Broadway, "14.1 HUDSON STREET, FRONTING ST. JOBNM ?a.uare.-A front room, replete with all modern im provements, to let, with board, to a gentleman and wife ort sro single gentlemen. Reterencea exchanged. Q1 TWELFTH 81 RENT-WELL FURNISHED ROOMS jJA with or without board; also, unfurnhhed rooms. Family private. References exchanged. Apply as above. Also a large room and bedroom on first floor, suitable for a physi cian's office. <Y1 PRIN?K STREET, FOUR DOORS WF.iT OF BROAD ol way?A well furnished parlor and bedroom, on seconi it' or, with board. Alao, a lew small bedrooms, for single gen tlemen. House first class; location very pleasant and conve nlent h A EAST TWENTY THIRD BTRKKT.-T0RKE ROOM* It on the second floor, haudsomelv furn'shed msy be had with board, The bouse la pleasantly located between Fourth and Lexington avenues. f7X~WBBT TWENTY-IHIBD STREET ?ONK OR TWO I T gentlemen and their families may be accommodated with pleasant rooms and full or partial board. Also, a few single gent emen may obtain rooms. Location very desirable for the rummer months. ti A WR8T FIFTEENTH STREKT.-FURNI8HKD ROOMS Uu to let. without or with partial hoard, to gemlemen. Ths house has all the modern improvements. Those who wi?h the onm torts of a home, with an American family, would do well to call. hrr WEST TWRNTY.THfRD Sl'RKKT.-A FEW SELECT u I families and two or three gentlemen ot the first respseta bllity can now be a c com mods ted with suits or singe rooms, with hoard. In that eligible brown atone building, which is de lightfully located between Fifth and Rlxih avenues. yi Q MURRAY STREET.?BO AH D. -FOUR LA.RGB t: >J front and back third story rooms, srt'h gas and (l.-oton watsr In thnm and some pleasant single rooms, to let, wl'h board; also a large back parlor.and some single tarnished rooms, to let, without board, and Wtrd by the day or week ~A l \ ROBIN8UN HTRKKT, NKAR COLLEGE PLACE d.U Cue orftwo gentlemen can be accommodated wtth board. Also a few day boarders. ???? GREAT JONES STRkKT.- FUUNlSHKD ROOMS, OU v t houtboard tor geuilemen; two partora, with bed rcoms sdjotnlrg and one single room, newly lurnlshed, and kept In order. Hot and cold water and gas in every room. Terms very rcastr able. ORhEFWICH AVF.NUK.-FIh U FURNISHED rooms to let. 32 "1 Q LIVINGSTON PL AOS, STUYVRSANT PARK -LOVE lu Heat simmer location In New Turk. House firat class, baths, hot BDd cold water th> oughou*. Ulegaut rooms, with or without breaklast and tea, furnished or unfurnished. Finest public grounds In the city In front of the mansion. ASHLAND PLACE, SECOND DOOR FROM ORE KM wlcb avenue.?Solent families or single gentlemen may now et gage hoard, with rooms, In anils or "Ingle; house first c'ass, in perfect order, location pleasant; family private Re ferences exchanged. Access by Sixth avenue ears, Amity street, and other Rnea of stages. FBWOEHTLHMKN OAN Bit A'lOOMMODaTKl) WITH nicely furnished rooms, wtth or without breakfsst and tea; the latter preferred, In a private family, where there are no boarders, and where the comforts of a home be enjoyed, apply at Bo 70 Murray street. FBWSINGLE GENTLEMEN AND GENTLEMEN AND their wives, can be accoinmodatod with board at 90 Madi son street. Reference required. COUPLE OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. TO BIN gle gentlemen, in a private family; location desirable; bouse oas all the modern improvements. Apply at 64 Amity street, near Broadway. a GENTLEMEN AND HIS WIFB OR TWO SINGLE fx gentlemen can be accommodated with full or partial board In a small private family, where they can enjoy the comforts of a home; terms moderate. Apply at 71 Put street. Also, one young lady. A GENTLEMAN AND LADY DESIRE TO FIND, IN A quiet and resprct&hle family. In a pleasant locality, a we l furnished front nnrlor, on first or second floor, and board for the lady. What Is wanted la a comfortable and p'eooant home, in a small family who do not take b larders. This is a rare op portunity to let a pleasant room to a qclet and reopee'able par ty. References exchanged. Address Home, Herald offlje. LARGE PARLOrToR-PARLOR AND BEDROOM, handsomely furni-bed. wanted, for a lodvand gentleman, with board for the lady; must be In a small family. wli?ra no boarders are tsken. A fair price will bo naid, in advance, for accommodations to suit. Loea lon near Rroadwa*. between Become street and Clinton place, or fronting St John's park preferred Address Plymouth, Broadway Pott office. Refer r neei exchanged. A" GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO OR TURKU SIN %'.t gentlemen, can have pleasant and a'ry rooms, with bosrd. 7 hose who prefer comfort to style may apoi v at No. 9 Carmine street, four doors above Bleeeker. Terms strictly moderate. PARTMKJT8 TO LKT-WITH BOARD, TO SINGLE gecttemen, in South Brookl*n, within three mlnuies' walk of Hamilton ferry. Anply et 131 Sackett street, IIrat ho use aboye Columbia, left vide. References exchanged. BANDHOMHLY FURNISHED PARLOR AND BED room to re 'et. by a small family, where no other hoard ersare taken, to a gentleman and his wl'e Full board fir the l*dy only. Location west side, near Broad way. Address (or particulars, Mies H. V., Broadway Post offlse, tor three days. Ao r nYleman aniT wt feTandT" f ew single gent emen. mav find very pleasant rooms. In a private family, at 30 Lex'rgtnn avenue, nesr Oramer:v park. Hcu=e has ail the modern Improvements. Terms moderate, from 13 to $5 per week. FRW SINGLE GENTLEMEN OAN BE AOCCMMJ dated with pleasant roomn, at 8S Clinton place. Dinner at 6 o'clock. References required. SM ALL PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD ACCOMMODATE three or fou- single gentlemen with partial board. The hi use is In the Ninth ward, and has gas, bathroom, Ac. Ef forts made to render it a pleasant home, and far dlirerent from sn ordtesrv boa-oirg house. Terms moderate. Address B., b' x 3 582 Post office. a SUIT OF BOOMS, HANDSOMELY FURNISHED?TO r\ let, to a strgle sent emSn, without board, Inquire at the first house west of Broadway, 24 Eighteenth street, for J. Lanpbeer. FURNIPnKD BOOM TO LRT-WirHoUi' BOARD, to a single gentlemen, la a first class house, wttb all the modem Improvements; (here are no boarde?s In the house; lo cation Nineteenth street, near Second avenue; price mode rate. Address box 3,804Post office FURNISHED ROoM TO LET-AT 23 <HfY HALL place. Kent 17 per month. Reference required. A FAMILY, HAVING A DELIGHTFUL RE3IDENCB op Harlem river, will lake two or more families to hoard lor the summer. Delightful walks, shaded trees, vess tab'eH, Ao. The advertiser will t ake some good furniture In pa- ment for board. Addrers E. B., Herald office. a PARIA)It AND LTRGB BBbROOM TO LET, WITH fx beard. In a pleasant and convenient location; house newlv fitted np and newly furnlshei; baths, gas, Ac , in the house. Apply at No. 19 Greene street. A LARGE ROOM TO LET-TO A GENTLEMAN AMD wife, or two single gentlemen, with partial hoard fir the gent'errim, end full board for the lady. Call at 119 roinklluet. 4 ABUIT OF ROOMS WANTED, FOR A LADY AND gentleman?board tor the lady onl*; loeitlon must be in a fashionable neighborhood, and the ra-ms elegan ly furnished, and pomenion nitwt be had Immediately. Addreta Roaa'lnd, Union xinare Po?t< fllce. a Kb vnfib?rkifo GENTEEL ROaRD ? IF so, call flL at the Hoarder!' Exchange. Applet n'j. UK! Broadway. There you nan 'earn full particular* o' deairable hquseo. Information gratia. Pariea wDbtng can obtain dsalrahle boarder* by ca'llngon 0. U. SMITH A UO. N. B.? i,barge tor the boarder* actually obtained FRRNO T GEN TI, KM A n7 RECENTLY ARRIVE >, _ wishes to And board In a private tamt'y. In exchange f-JT Frnnrh lessons In or out of the otty. Gcod reference* given. a dd rnea P. T., box 2,594 Post oflloe. A pa rtmfntV for famtltfh and binolr room* for gentlemen, with good board In a flr?t c'as* house, at 67 Bleenker street; dinner at elz o'e'onk; 1 ranch and English epoken; alao a large and pleaiant basement B~~ 1 AD.-A~WIDOW LADT, READING UP TOWN. Ill ' i lraMnt location, wishes to take a lad7 and gentleman to b< aid. A rote addresaed to Q. W., Union square post of fice. will be promptly attended to. Board tor the lady only, If preferred. B~ OARD.?A PRIVATE FAMILY LIVING I If A DE~ llghtful location up town would ncommodate two or throe single gentlemen with toll or partial board, where they will have plraaan t and agreeable aocistv and home comfort*. Mo dern fmprovementa In the house. Please apply at 132 Lexing ton avenue, corner of Twenty i Intb street. < JOARI).?TO LKT, WITH ROABD, AT 104 PRIMUS ' * ?treet, near Hroalwae, a fron'room on ?e-ond and one - ?. third floor, furrl bed or tuiiurnlsbed, also tiro single rooms, t - ai and bath tn the house. TDOABD.?A FURNISH III) ROOM, OR PABLO* AN 0 ? > bedroom to let, to gentlemen, Is a small private family, with gas and rrolnn water: hreakfsst If required. Apply at O'.l Broadway, between Twenty first aid Twenty second rireets. Tsrmn moderate. Board.?two handsome parlors to let, on the first door; one handsome front room and bedroom on the second floor; a'ao, four very pleasant room* on the third floor; tv t> large and two sma'l rooms, suitable for single goo tie men or families. Rath and g.vs In the honte Thorn wishing a plearant borne for the summer woo d do well to call Immo dlately at 64 and 56 G atnmond atreet, between Bleeoker and Fourih -tresta The Plxth >.nd Eighth avontie tsra, and B eeck er ai d Fourth strert stages pass within one minute's walk of the bouse; convenient for gentlemen doing bustnee* any where down town. Board in oarrow, placr.-a very desirable room, furnished, with bedroom attached, can be had with board at No. 1 Oat roll Plsce, Bleeoter street. ) Board in Brooklyn -pleasant room.s hint able tor famlllej and sing e gentlemen, at reasonable jksre** Good table and comfortable home. 11 ard, wlthoat rooms or rooms without board. Apply to THOMAS TOYN BEE, Toynb?'* Hotel. Montague place, WrqpMyn Board in Brooklyn.?nandsom rly furnihhnd rooms to let, to single geotlsmea, with or without board, sti rensonable terms, at Mra. Mohr's, 205 Washington street, near QHy Hall. Boarding?a front parlor to let. to a pry sleian, and tw i or three furnished rooms, with board, for genii men, tn a pleasantly furnished house 94 Fourth avenue, a' the bsck ot Grace church BOARPINO IN WILLIAMSBURG-A OSNtLEMAN and bis wl'e, cr two or three siege gent'emon, nan be ac commodated with board In41 prt-a'e faml y. wt'hln two roipn'ee' walk of tie ferries. Inquire at 46 Squ'h Sixth street, WLuamsburg. WiBOmi AMD U)OOKM. BO'RD IN BROOKuYW.?ONR OR TWO SINQT.EQEN tlernen can be . onouw lated with partial noirf, within ftffl* mi' uiw' ml from I niton ferry fielermow ucliuued. Audrea* K. II. It Herald < Hire. BOARD IN BROckuTN. NBAS FULTON FKKRY. ? A gentleman ai.dbii wile r.r two g'rg e gentlemen, can be acf ramodated with won -loot fror.t rooms on the second floor, "d board, In ? genteel iamtlj, very deliguttullj located. Ap ply at 80 bands street. Board in Brooklyn.-two or t irkb mingle gentlemen. sad s gentleman and his wife, cin be accom modated with board and room*, ruber furnished or tinlnr Dished, In the pleasantly looted boure Ml Nassau street cor rer of Jay street. Has gas throughout. B~~OAKI) IN "br7)OKLTN.?A GKNTLKMAN AND WIPR mar obtain a large furnished room, directly oyer the front parlor, for 59 75 per week/Including (as; ilao a roost for a sinc e gentleman, I' 75. The house is modern, and sltua nd In a good nelghborhod, twenty mlnutea* wait t orn Ho'itb terry, three mlnutea from earn and one trim stages. Family strict y pitvata. Address F. G., Herald office. OARDlit SOUTH BROOKLYN .-A PHIVATit KAMI ly, haying a new and elegantly tarnished boose, would be happy te accommodate one or two gentlemen as inmates. Thev can hare spacious and airy rooms In the front, command ing an agreeable prospect. Apply at 96 Congress street, be tween henry and Hloks street OARD IN THK OmjNTRY-ON TIB HUDSON RIVKR, two h-urs' ride by rallrcad or steam neat, In a nrtvate family, with the best of aco >mThd*tions Plenty of Irutt and thade, with stabling for a horse and carriage Address, With real nsme. V. A , box 3,478 Pest office. OA It I) at HTATltN ImLaND.?A LADY HaM TAKRN the large collage belonging to Mrs. Orymes, on the decli vity of the hill, fronting the Btapleton landing, and It li now ready for the reception of boarders. Apply on the premises, or address D. F., Poet cilice. New York. oariTwantkd-in HOHOKEN, WITH A PRIVATR family, by a part? consisting of two gentlemen, ladr, rbild and nurse. Three rooms required. Address, stalng terms and location, B., box 1,785 Post offire. Partial board lor the gentlemen. Board wan run-in or wf.ar nkw york, brook lyn or Jeraey C lty, by a boy ot sixteen. In a orlyate fa m<ly where there are no other boarders-, breakfast and sub stanilal supper wanted; not to exceed 53 per week. Address J. W. Q.. Herald office. BOARD WANT 1TD?FOR ALADY. IN A RBBPtlOTABLE family. Terms three dollars per week. Address J. McDonnell, Herald office. Board wanticd?with neatly furnishbd room, for a lady and gentleman- board for the lady onl"; where > be can enjoy the comforts and privileges of home; lo cailoo not above Fourteenth street. Address, stating terms. Ac . whieh must not exceed 18 per week. H. C., Union squaie Post office. Board wantbd in hobokkn?by a single qrn tb-man, a furnished room and breakfast. Address I. M. hBc.-rid office. OA BDINQ-A !FEW RKHPtCTABLH YOUNG MRN cau obtain good board, and pleasant rooms, by ap plying at No 7 Horatio street, corner of Fourth strneL OaBDINO^PLKASAKT FRONT ROOMS, UNFOR niahed. mar be had, for a small tamlly of adults, or twe gentlemen and their wdvea, on moderate terms, at 96 Maw dougal stirei, St. Clement'spiaoe. Private tamlly. Madera Improvements. No other boarders. Bearding"?a~room~ BEDROOM AND l'ANTRY. with kit-hen. hayiDg water, It desired, on second lloo-i also, a front parlcr, on first floor; all or any part to let, furnish ed, with or without board, to a party of gent emeu, or others to suit at 66 Charlton Mrret, between Varlck and Hudson. BOABDINaT^BLAKBLOCK'S HOTEL. 875 AND 375 hecond avenue?A Iroat parlor and two bedrooms ad joining, suitable for a family or two single gentlemen. Terms, *6 each per week. Also, single rooms lor gentlemen das, baths, Ac. L. NLAKkLOCK. OARIING-A SMALL PB1VATE FAMILY CAN AC commodate a gent eman and his wife; also two Ring e gen tiernru can he scoowmndatnd with handsome furnished noma with or without board; also two respectable young ladies. 1 be bouse baa all the modern improvements. Apply at 311 Flxth avenue. BO s RHINO .-A SPI.ENDID HOIT OF ROOMS TO l,fir, with board, on firr.t floor; also, a parlor, wl'h bedroom and pantry atta 'bed suitable for a married gentleman, or two sln gleonea; charge moderate. Apply at 230 East Tenth street Boarding.-a on nth km an and his wifb, or three or four gentlemen can be acocmmodat'd with rooms, with full or partial board. Bathe. Mrs. MRDfiURsr, 641 Hmstcn street, OAKDINO.?A tlENTVEMAN AND HIS WIFE CAN obtain a suite of rooms, with modern Improvements; al so, a toom for a single gentleman, at 189 West Fourteenth street. Dlnxer at six o'clock. Boarding.?a widow lady, haying the whole lower pari of a house In the upper part of the city, pleasantly situated, desires the oareof an Invalid or elder y perron at her own bouse, the most oare*ul attention, with all the cemtorts of a plain, retirel home, may be relied on, at reasonable terms; no ether boarders. Address Mrs. L. B? Union square Post office, tor three daya. Bo?ri>ixg.-to let, with partial board, a pleasant room, suitable for two gentlemen. Inquire at S4 Bond sweet. BOARDING.-A BMALl7pmvTf^Aln]Y,~HAVIKa more room tban thev want, are desl'oui of taking two or three gentlemen, or a gentleman an I wife, upon reasonable terms. Apply at No. 0 Bedford street, convenient to nlxth avenue csrs. OaRDING IN WII.LlAMflBDRG.-A GENTLEMAN B sod his wife, or two or three single gentemeu, can find pleasant rooms with board, at 5K 8011th Fifth street, two or three minutes' walk from Peek dip ferry. BOARDING AND LODGINQ.-A SHALL PRIV ATE FA* mlly can accommodate a gentleman and wlt'? with a hand some parlor, on the second floor. Also two single gentlemen or two single ladles can be accommodated, at 202 Grand street Lodging, <1 25 aid SI SO. ROOK! YE HEIGHT*, 62 RRMeKN HTRKKT-PLKa sant aooommodatioastora family, or for a party of gen t f men. can be procured tn the above flr?t class residence commanding a fine view of the bar. Dinner at six. Refe rences exchanged. ROCKLTH.?GKNTLhMAN AND THKIR W1VKS, OR stogie gentlemen can obtain pleasant rooms, with board, by applying at 214 Henry street, next to the corner of Amity. ROOKLYN.? GENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVK1, AND ilngie ge't'enren, oan be accommodated with board in a small genteel fsmlly, dv anplying at No. 30 Prospect street five minutes' walk trom the Futlon and Catharine street ferries. ROCKLYN-328 HKNltY STREET, ONLY 81JHT minutes from the ferries, and location nnsurpased; can be bad very desirable furnished or unfurnished sui * or single ot ins, and board, In i> ilrst c ass hotise, where but tew will he tsker. Terms moderate References glvm and required. Apply or address ns sbove for one week. tOOU N TRY BOARD?A WIDOW LADY HAVING TAKEN > a bousenn Long Island, accessible by railroadai.d atoarn boat would take under here>peola< rare an Invalid or aged persrn forihe summer. Any rne wllllog to advance three trooths' board will bare a deduction of at least one-half the tuual rrice, Ref?renoegiven and required, Address Country Braid, Ilerald office. OCNTRY BOARD?A WIDOW LADY, RESIDING five miles from Williamsburg, location healthy, would like to have two middle ag?d ladies to board through the summer months. A note addressed M. J. W., Herald office, will meet wlta prcmpt attention. flOUNTRY B'OARD MAY BE OBTAINED. Iff A VERY i J heal hy vlilsge, on Long Island, accesslnle to the eRy by cars and steamboat six times a day. For particulars address Mrs. Kinlth, Hersld office. (lOUNTRY BOARD WANTED?FOR A LADY OF RR J tired habit*, with the advanrnge of sea bathing. A lora ttcn not fn a vlLsge preferred. Address, wl h terms, X. Y. Z, Herald rfflce. CIOUNTRY BOARD-MAY BE HAD ATADHSIRaBLE ) residence. seven miles from Brooklyn; fine bouse, exten sive lawn with shade trees, plenty nt fruit, vegeub'ea, and milk, wl'hln one mile of a> It water fishing, Ac ;eaev access by Lccst Inlaid Railroad. Inquire it 74 KastjTwenty third street. COUNTRY BOARD-WAN.ED-AT A FARM nuUSE, fbr tbe summer, for a lad- gentleman, two child rati and nunc, within ore hour's ride of tho city. Address box No. 2,600. Post office, sta'Ug ternis, loca lly, modes of axees, Ac., Ac. MOUNTRY UGAHD AT PORT RICHMOND ST AT EN t J Islard ?Tbe new bcaidtcg house of the Misses H. and M. DEasOlWaY, pleasantly situated on Port Ri ihm >nd uark. ? Itbin five minutes' walk ot the ferry. Is now ready fur the re ception of boarders karly application deelrab'e. For dtree tlone apply to the collectors of the New Brighton and Port Rich mond terry boats. / 10UHTRY BOARD-A SMALL ruHNGH FAMILY. If having a large h,,me and fatm. wl?hcs to make an en gagement to board fight or ten oersona dnriog tbe summer months. The place la healthy and pleasant, sixteen ml es from New York. Fresh vegetables, fruits Ac.; grnd nosrd Hlasv scoess by cars. Frr psrtian'ars aonlv to J. D. Ohev.dter, 300 broadwa'. or W. B. Olapp, 24 Maiden lane. I 1LKOANT APARTMENTS TO LET.?FURNISH ED, TO i families or gentlemen, in the first c'asa house 776 Broad wsy. i Newly patnted throughout itouta'ns rverr conve nience for rartlea wishing to keep notise without the care and expense of housekeeping. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LIT-WITH OR WITHOUT board, In the large bouse, newly furnisher No 21 White street, (tillable tor parties wishing to room together. F~ CRN18 3h I) ROOM8 TO LET?BACK ROOM AND bedroom, to a single gentleman In a small family, with breakfast terved In r v.m, and washing If dr-lred; most ex cedent loeatlmi for a bns'ness man. Apply at 41 East Thir teenth street, between Broadway and University niaee Furnish bd rooms, for gentlemen, may be oValned. tn salts or separately, In the bouse 111 West Fonrleentlt street, OMUpted by a private family. The nto-s ftre terv desirable; location convenient to the cars and stages, leuns front f2 90to$4psr weak, lnclu<*lug gas. Apply as above. URNlHlFD~ROOM8.-A La ROE FURNISH ? [TrOOM mltabie for one or two gentlemen,alsoa Ingle rxtm may be obtained at 118 Grand strte'. first block west of Broadway. Location dedrable; terms mederwe I4HJRM8UKD AND CNFURNlf'Hltl) FRONT ANDBAOK I* rooms, with or wlibont board, for gant'euian and tbelr wives, orplng'e gentlemen. In an A-ner'c n family, with the comforts of a home may be engaged at Sti Milbvan t treat, between Broctro and Pprlig streets. Mrs. PALME*. F~ DRMbbkd uoomST-Toentlkmbn ?'a< bk auo im modatrd w ith pic sant, well urnbbed rcums, at fi." Va rlck street. PtDBFISRFD ROD MP?NEAR TBE NRW YORK CO TEL to let. to "Ingle gent'emer, cons'stlng of a parlor and bad loom on iho ifcrtd floor, and two pa-'ors, to str.lrs. ne-v!? lurnlabsd; gas, U rot on water, An., In the rooms. ?pply at "8 Wnverlev place. rtlNTLIVlR CaN fiiT aguom mo0ariiTwTth fur \T tdsbed rooms tn ore of the plosnwteit locations In tbe 1 ony, In the vio'nliv o' Washington 1 qnara c mvevlent tu oaru m d jt-veral 1'nes of ptsgra. Osa, arc sal: the mortem tmurove rr.rnts In the hotire. fall, rr address Harvey, a' the office cf Klne ey A Co, 72 1'roadway. /S KNTLkMFN AHD^infill W1VKS tAllTt'* At'l.'OMMf ? IT dated with rooms and board, In r ptivate family. In the vtcitlly of Washington rqusre, convunlent to care and stag's; house has modern Improvements. Address Home, B.-oadwuy Post otfi ie. N B.?Terms reasonable. T N BR()0Kt7yN? BOARD-WITH PLEASANT ROOMS 1 fw one or two Hng'e gentlemen: one large and one single rtom: lorstlon convenient to the Fttllnn or Wall street ferrr; dinner at <!>?. Hefinrences required Applv at 47 Uoocord et LRAHANTROOMS AND BOARD FOR THE SUM mer, at New Roohede, N. Y ?Mrs HADDRN, late of f.e roy plaoe, hae taken and refitted the hotiee known as the l'a v don, and is now prepared to anoomm?date families for the 0 mm> r. A few desirable rooms yet disengaged. IJhlVATR BOARDING,?SkVRRAL VCRT PLEASANT 1 rooms, on the second floor, tn stilt or separately, tnrnith sd or unfurnished, can be had, with board, on moderate U-rmr, In a private family, redding at V) Fourth avsnne, on ooslta Dr. Hawke's church. 1 he house Is finely losatol, and has a 1 the nodern Imnrovementa. Keferencns exchangsd. RRMANIMT BOARD Tn "BROOKLYN-FUITABLS par.l'i. by spplving at 141 Amity st-est between Hen-v and rItntrn, can obtain a part or the whole of th? second fio-ir in a firttclsim private bou?e, where tlirre are bu' lew boarders takpn. The house baa baths, hot and cold, gas, An. Pa NT.OR AND-RRDROOMH A RD SINOL1 ROOMS TO let?KUher furnlrbed or iirfnrnlshod to single gentlnmsn. Itslh, gas. An. Apwlv at U Fast Twell h s'reet, between Rrosd wsg and Fourth avenue. Terms modera'n. R'tsrenssa ex charged. ttOAROINO AVD UIOOIHO. PRIVATE HO*HD -AM AMKhlT'AM"WiTJovFlTD? occupying K m: ?U h'UH out Broad w ty, above Bieeckw ?ire?t. would cue or two null; furaiitod rmmi to a 'adr laly ?[>e gentleman or elderly getnlemaii, elihw with or with* out board. for pariletdara adJrea* Mr*. Mater Broadwar Post ollire. ' ' ^ PERM AFKNT BOARD WANTAD-Ft.B A OKNiTkmIm MDd blswlfe, with cue hirnirked front / ><m,ln * ro"pect* l>le private house. costainiog the m dern luiprrremrot*. Ne replt atterded to lhatdoes nd a'ate irrms, wbteb mutt not ex ceed litim $3t> to MO per mouth; reference* exchanged. u dress, K. T. V., Metropolitan Poet otlioe. pBlVATK BOAR[7lN~hB7)OKl7rlr.-A OKNTLtMUf J Aid ??e. or two single gen'leeiec can he acremmodaied * |La P?aaart rtom "? ? private family, within ten minutes' J*" r' '?e Bouta and Well street ferries, by applying at fit llarruuD B,w' ircond door ' rom Cm ton. OKIVATM BOARDING HOUdg ?OKI! KIXIW TO t.itw Inquire at 54 WaLr ?2j Rooms near union hquark.?the s hound floor of a brown atone h >u?e, two mlnutee' wa k above wuh,? by a private l'ami y, an* im wnhln half a block, wtil be let with partial hoard to oueor 72!i$eAtlem?n, or ? amall family willing to pay a fair di-iwl Addreea H. 8.. box 1 448, Po>t office. 91 ClAlKK IHEAND.-BOARD MaT HE HAD, MOB TWO i^.pr'bree families In a pleaeant neighborhood aalt bathing, boetteg and flaking oonvenlent. For further partioe lara apply to Mr. J. Ackiand. 77 Barclay street. PAruoe htatkn island board.- two or thuku okr. box l fiw'?<2tnofflw.800mmod"<d wlth boar<1, Ad(lr?" HB fl'KHBK GENTLEMEN DESIRE TO PROUUBE BO ABM In a genteel private family, where they can nave separate apartment#, and where there are no other male boarders to the home. No notice will be taken ot answers unieaa the le ealtty, accommodation. term* and other partioulara are oflfce atale<1> Addreea Desideratum, box 196, Trib nee P*B80/?S CAM OBTAIN GOOD A p a)n hoard, and oleamnt room*, at Near Brunswick M J The jooAtion II healthy, and ban the adyaatage ot cttx ESSZfiPm AeceM 10 ud frou> New York fltSfVS iSlST 001 Uree mtautM'*? rrwo young la 1)1 its would like board in a 'hre?en ^ but few bMrdtn; Wuhlngto* Hero?d office.' ?^ohaaged. Addreea T^nUS f HAI,I>80*? BOOMS TO LKT, PUR. hoarrt or aeparate, with or withont partial !? * new house, wtjh a private family. House inalM KP'uhCh Ac , and la within a few mlnufea' walk of Soath rnr PArticnlar* inquire at S Harriaaa ?treat, between Cburt and Clinton. South? Brooklyn. ******* TWO OR THREE YOU NO MKN CAN HP A OHO WW#* da ed with beard, la a private CaniUy at 19 Talmaa atraM* pfltween Jay anl Bridge, BrooklyiT xaiman street. OIWO OB THRHK PINOLE tlKNTl KMSB 0AN BK AC. "/.^nn**"T 'crnUhed rooms and partial rate If required. Call at 6'.*C Bousion etreet. THrma made rrwo OB THREE YOCNO GKNTI.EMEN ("AN OBTAIN ?i L00?1" aDrt boart' 1? A private family by applying: changed^ ??me ,lreet' Be*r MoU ?tre#t* R?f?renoea T? CRT?FURNISHED ROOMS. SUITABLE VOR ON? or two single gentlemen, or two unmarried l.'idtee or a young married ooup e, in a good neightwrhoo^and on , abie terms Apply at 50 Third street. T?J'^T-TO ONK OR TWO NINOLE GmNTLKMKir without bvird in a lint Case houae. (oopoil'e London tm-* r???" Plal,D'> /lUTUbed, with a family of two peuone ^rweT?yf^!fi^rferred-Apply on tha TO LKT TO SINGLM GKWTLKMBM-A SUIT OF HANS eomeiy furttabed parlor., with broakteat, U derired Al* ao^one llugle lcom. Apply at 14 Leroy place, Bleecker street] Wantbd-1'. hoboken, bo A an, by two youk? gentlemen, in a private Amerioan family. Location near iDBierry. ^ndreae n. B., box I e03 Post office. l\ri\S!K^AUJ~V}^I8nRD BOOM, OR BOOM Anj> "' bedro. m, wlthout bo*rd, for a ladv and gentleman Mutt tlTJ. fi*"' J1** A"d Croton water in the room, or priri i-cd ut*?' ra y8 Al And below Fourteenth street preter fhre. da."l *r f?^00 m* I?? ar< Ad dre* t. for three days, M O , Hera d office, stating accommodalioa and price whlih must be moderate. aaa ' COPAKTYKKHIIIP NQTICBC 410 000 ?wantkd. ^ partn>r, who cam iSf Tt.ro. .Vd V co",nuu>d fro.m WO.IW to $12 fOO. to eigam lualargeatd lucrative manufactuilog hu?ineas which yields to $15,000 cer annum! and caTbe dmtbledto hebuelneg* requiree both an office and minn iac ory, making it necAKtary to have & D&rtner; a chance rural* SoLTl?; APP'ytoMru<?. aURNRY a C0.\ :w5 B^XSr* 000 ~,A CHANCE FOR A RETURNED CALI ^ .."To.i i * fornla?- Wanted, a partner w'th tbii amount ol capital, in a well established huiteeai which nan rtrv large profit*. Address B. R R , ManufMtoj? Herald offiSL' rtatlng where an Interview can be had. ??* 82 000 ~,^a.NTKlD-"A1i?ASSOCIATE.?ANY OBM ,? "*>tnan having 000, and wish ng to spend a very pltatart summer in the country, at tae same time invest ^!rjI",Sey w,here '} wl" "t?re than double the flnt year to a Sfn?,T&7?v? ngreemhle hu.in.ro, the pro ien? btonj u?,UdI ? ' ^<U) 60 byoaUing at 54 Walter street, near nroanwuy. Mr GARDNER, cl 90H -partner wanted, in a mi. ?? SPi.ZUy. tab.iihad buslnero, which ta now paTlS twtlr. NoBahnrLn^u et Pro?1, and can be extended to ani ameont. None but an active business man need apptj; reterenoes <w ohaoged. Apply to C. B. HOWES A CO. ,84 NaaiauaSroet. 81 000 "7PN* tH?D8aND DOLLARS TO INVEST th^d?y'n' ^ b# n0UceilJ- ^ Y RandalJ. Herald 88i)0 IO$l.a00.-WANTED. A PERSON WITS THM ^ . u , , above amcunt, in a legitimate cash budnms weM th? attention of two oewont a few honre S?i?iJ^ iA j o *",,oa? tbM Amount doubly s(cured. CaH between 10 and 5, at 488 Broadf?art room No. 7. 8600 _^.jr.irTCi,!CRv ^af,TK?i TO JOIN THR AD 5.V.T ri* 1ver"?er-w-ho bai the same amount, to purcbsee a In this city, which i> without competition. A WD I Umn .uh?. In a few f*H upon Mr. room No. 4. Ulecmce of Aude"on * Phelps, 293 Brualway, -PAhTNKR WANTKD, TO PITT aV TNTRIK. (hih Tfl 11 an,old ??tahiished, light ra^nufoc.uring b?m i ?',? i?I ne,i o"? lor cash, and without cimoetldon ^ *? iC'i'ia'e win find this a most de?trabie op AOo! M irimuiSee"p uars apply 10 B- howbm JIS00 WANTED, IMMEDIATELY. WITH i?r d.MV.*. tbl* Amount, to take oharge or a br.inch otlioe lor drmet?ca, with which i? connected a oourdlng house regie p1 ^nd bnainT:' PA ring welL Addroro r. r. p.. Hera d office, with name and reiddeuce. 4)2^50 ONLYREQTT1 RED FOR ONE HiLF INTEBBST a rI'u'^ and old ?et*blished d)wn -own leal C'Ate business, bavlug a vast quantity ot* p,ropert* ?nd good customers. The retiring party ia ffflen and *? compelled to sell. Address R- K.. Herald A LADY, WHO WILL GIVE REFERENCE* AS TO ,.?,)?Pf,?5?.T ln heep'ng an elegant pr vate boarding ee A A,1'0*8"''!*} SCHOOL DESIROUS riM or of joining a well estah.iihed school In the citv ma? Had an opportunity of making an advtatAffama n.r rangement by addressing particu are to Lero> '? drutr ator, ocrnercf P road way and Ninth street, Newark. g ,'0r?? ?AJ-OTICl:-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THM J.Y copartrerfhip heretofore existing under tfo firm of L t Llndemsnn A Co. te thisdav dissolved. The business will be canied on ai ubu&1 bj^ WDu&tii Hlcerf r. New Tobk, May 15, \53t WC1,NEB 234 Thw a??"?. TUE.PART,"5R,BH,P LISTING BkTWERN THOMAS Pari? si.1 "wL k** "" WAnnfacturers or p aster iiliv klm^iT di?so.ved by arhitrati.in. on the firth day at ,s ?ulhoriied ti settle the out bus in est of said firm, and will ooutinue to carry am the burnets a* usual. SAMCaL 5 LAW Eai.le Pr.aster Mima, Sedgwick St.. Sou'h Brooklyn. * T1^ y,gBR'!IONRD HAVB ADMITTED MR, OSORGM The hi.iL'J?ar!?ma?aPart'JBr lB ,heir house trom this date. KSi n. be continued under the Arm of Renauld, ?raccois a l/O# PAR kibim a ni n * >. W York. May 15, ISM. KMKL. K FRANciSh. Thm,,(v\BT!,RRfHLU ."'-R'CTOFORE KXtfiTINGBE rrr.ir uodertdgned is ik<s day dirso'ved by mutual B?w York, M?v 17 l^fl C. A.StTRTSON '' 7 he nrm of Colo man A Ste'von having been this day dir. rolved the senior partner retiring, the A.tor Houie trill be cut ried on from Ihie date by toe ucderiignwl haw York. May 17. 185.1. CHARLES A. ST RTF ON. A8TKOLUOT. A" WOKDHR.?TDROIP8BT OIBL-IF YOU~Wr8tf*? know all tbe secret* of your past and future life, i , knowledge of which may ear* you Tears ot sorrow and cars, don'trail to rnnanlt the above named palmist. Charge SO eaata Tbe Gipeey baa a'so on hand a secret whioh will enable any lady or gertlemen to win or obtain the atl'seUona at the oppo ilte ppi. Charge extra. SO Bowery, up stairs. * tTROLf'GY. CRIRt.'M \NCY.?1HK <'KI.KBBA.TKD rt. tors. FLKURY. front Parla whom relation prophesied b'apoleon I., give* true In'ormatlon on alleveit* of life, by bookr ?rd anlerce. Questions abort buatneea, love, marriage, do., tue aaitvered by msgnetlrm at 2611 Broome street. A ST< NlaHIMO TO ALL.?MADAM t HOKKof, THB aeven'h daughter baa a natural trill to tell past, preaent and future even's, and all the c-neerra of life, even the very tbr.ui.h'H Td will cause speedv marriages, and show tbe like nesses of tbe intended bushanda and absent friends, and will briny i.ge'ber these who are separated, who will enJor Ike greatest liapplress of matrimonial bll-a. All wbo wish food lurk may rail aron for relief and om'ort. Thousands have ex nrees' d 'heir belle! that she la the moat wondeiful astro'.oglst la 'he v i ,1, or that has ever been known, 'hnugk she practice* no hmg but what It recorclleah'e to ph'loeonhera. Nnnharge If not mtisfled. 76 Broome street, between Oannonand Colum bia. Gentlemen not admitted pakD-MAlMMK BRRWHTtR RETURNS THANKS "J t" her friends aid patroUH and neg? 'o say that, after the thousand*, roth In this oltv and Phi adeIphlv who have cr-eulied tier will, entire sat'afaetlon she feels (JRldent that )p the (Jiipsimnp n' ss'rologv 'nve and law rnnttem!*and hook* or orac'Pa aa relied or, constantly by Napoleon, she has ne equal. Kbn a 111 tell 'he name ot the luture husband, and also ifcc rame nf hor ylal erv .l< S Bo very. 8p?edy and aure oure of P'lea and rorne by a remedy of hernwu. TiLalRVOTANCB. LvUiHy AND GINYLBMBN, IF ' ' voir are affl'nled wl'b direaee or Inward we*trne?a, and wish toe.or?uit a good elalrv Taut foa'. once to Hra. HAYR8, nlalrvo nil and healing physician. ofllee and reafdenoe 176 Grand atipet, between Broadway and Bowery, New York. No charge, rrmnnbor, unless satisfied. MADaMB MORROW TRLliTABT, PKBRRNT AND fntura fenta so trie, tbatrbe aatonbhee alt who vtslt ber. hbe ahnwe the likeness of the Intended husband, and eiiu?ea'peedy mnrrtagea who win all enjoy the greatest hap piness and go d luck, No charge If not satisfied. 76 Broom* st. near Catron rVftNITURii ' TTtrRNnURB.?TWO INGBAIlf^OARPlfTB/SitiAIfTIFUL T pattern, new laai January, price 00 cants per yard, If la' en awav Tuesday or Wednesday. Aleo, a new refrhfera tor; price f7. Inquire at the gardener's cot tag- corner ot ful ton and Grand avtmiea Brooklyn. RKOLININO CHAIRS, Wheal chairs. Chamber chain. Library chaira, Of ? very.variety, Mannfhctured by * M W. KING * ROIL 466 Broadway and 100 Mercer street. New York SliPKHH FtJRNTTfTRR ?F. FTTTSnCMONS RRSPNCT fn ly rs'ls the attention of the public to hie stock of elegaai and substantial furniture, at his wareroama No. 6 Asfnr place, cnnsistlrg of rich rosewood parlor suits, etagerea library book cases, dining and chamber eata, In oak, wain nt. An. Every 6a scrlpllod of upholstery executed In the beat mec has leal sua ner. Prices oneloepilonable.