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dncing It here, In Ma melancholy truth, we accuse no one;
we wish only that opinion ahull decide, with a oomplete knowledge of attain, not If inch a situation Is juat, but If It la possible. IX. HAT SHOULD BK DONE IN ITALY. At the Congress of Paris. Prance and England perfectly agreed it was advisable to make Naples and Vienna hearken to good adeice. That desire, which found nothing bat sympiiby In tbe assembly of the plenipotentiaries, beaame the potrU de depart of a negotiation which required, sn the first condition of success, tbe co-operation of Austria. Borne was first taken into consideration. The Cabinet of Vienna and that of the Tuilvriee mutually explained their Views on this grave subject, and both endenvorod to oome te an understanding to propoeo. to the Podo a plan of reforms, Uie urgency and necessity of which were contested by no one. The Emperor's government wished clearly to deflne its principles in ibis plan, which may be thus intimated:? geenlarlzation of the administrative power by the formation of a Council uf fltate, consisting of laymen, and oharged to examine and discuss the lawa; Hepreaer talton of all the mlererts of the oonntry tn a eonsnltum elected directly by the provincial councils, or at least elected by the Pope from a Hat of candidates presented by those councils, and called upon to deliberate on all the laws, and to vote the budget; , , An efficacious control ovrr local expenses by provincial councils, receiving their mission from the municipal councils, which themselves are Dominated by electors, conformably to the edlot ot the 24lh of November. 1800; Judicial reform, by the promulgation of a code of laws on Mm plan of the " Code Napoleon," or the " Code LombardoYenetisn," or that of Naples; A regular levying of taxes, according to the system adopted In France; FlnaLy, reconciliation of al' classes and all opinions by the enlightened and paternal exercise of clemency towards all these willing to make respectful submission to the sovereign Pontiff. Such were the bases of the project sent from Paris to Vienna in the montn of June, 1857. The Auxtrian jim-rn stent made immense modification!, and submittal, in return ? counlerjoiyect where all the yuaraniee* of control pro pmtrd by France had nearly disappeared. (Jnder the circumstances Franco thought, with rouvoa that it was better not to do anything than to Join Austria In blowing soap-bubbles anil deceive the exiiectiitlous o the imputations by sham roiorms, when what they essen ttaliy required were serious improvements. By ret using her co operation to serious reforms, after having frankly admitted their principle, wo admit that Austria obeyed a political sentiment which wo cannot Mame, but cannot acknowledge. Not boing ablo to raako reforms in her Italian provincos, she cannot allow them tn be made tn othor parts of Italy. She fully uaderstoo l Mils in 1416, when she forbaiie the King of Naples by the ecret article of the treaty already quoted to Introduce ro forms which could not bo reconciled with tho principles IBM) nau uuopieu ill me uneruai ui?ii tgumuuv m nvi iuii?? provinces M. do Mcttornich, with that keen glance which ni peculiar to him, thus laid down tko principle of the situation which has since arisen and which hencelortb can deceive no one. To ask Austria to exercise a milder and mere liberal rule In Lombardy would be simply to ask her to commit suicide It is evidcut she cannot maintain her rule in Upper Italy, except by the strong hand; every atom of hberty conceded by her to that conquered country would be made use of as a weapon towards enfranchisement. But this is not all, and thlB was well understood by M. de Met ternich in 1816. Plane the Roman States, Naples and Tus csny, under a better system of government, and the tirat effect of this cbauge would necessarily be to create a bond between those States and Lombardy, the pressure of which would immediately be felt by Austria. Thus Austria would not bo menaced only by the reforms she might introduce into her own provinces, but ulso by those introduced into tnese independent States. She is condemned to oppose a firm resistance to every toocvalion; immobility is the absolute condition of her power. It is, therefore, impossible to obtain her co operation, and without that nothing can be done at Rome, at Naples, In the Duchies, wherever her power is feared and her impulsions obeyed. We must therefore come, to li e mil conclusion that the wishes of the Congress of I'aris for the improvement of the government of the Peninsula are sterile, tend that Use negotiation* in which Prance took the initiative consequent upon the Congress are power lest. At least, these negotiations without a result will testify to the sincere desire which animated the Emperor's government to remedy a state of things prejudicial to the quiot of Europe and to the interests of civilization. WHAT CAN ITALY DO. Between the impossibility of a reform and the imminent dangers of a status quo whut does there rom uu fcr Italy ? Bow will she get out of the dilemma 1 Will it be by the desperate rosource of a revolution 1 This means would not only bo dangerous?it would be of so avail. Let us demonstrate It once for all. Enthusiastic revolutionists of every country have common passions and Illusions. Infatuated'with their Ideas, strati gers to realities, tbey naturally substitute their fantastic / ideas for more appreciable ce> Canities. Thus, for lnstuiicq, they have loug fancied, and still faacy, that there is miming so easy as to aroase Italy and drive the Ausiriung beyond the Alpe. This betrays more ignorance thau presumption. The slightest knowledge of strategical positions would convince any iiibd. We maintain, without fear of denial by any competent authority, that if a I Iuly were to rise, from the Gull of Taranto to the Al|is, the Austrian army might, certainly, sutler partial losses; hut, ui the long run, would be always able again to make hereolf mistress of the Italian peninsula. in fact revolutions produce enthusiasts, but seldom practised warriors, or a solid military organisation, or that immense military materiel requisite to struggle uhth a great Power like Austria. Italy alone could not defend her independence, unless capable of bringing 200,000 disciplined men Into the field, of which 20,000 should bo cavalry, 5o0 field ptecee and 200 siege guns, which Implies at least 60,000 draught horses. This simple statement shows that it would require at least ten years of a strong and energetic government to produce suck a milita y Power. It must also bo admitted tbAt nature has done much to protect Austrian domination in Italy, and whet nature has '? done has been strengthened and increased by the hand of man Upper Italy Is a large plain, hordered in the north by U>e Alps, In the south by the Appenlnes. in the oast and wmt by tbeeea That plain is traversed by lacge and deep rivers, is the Ttctno, the T'o, the Adda, the Mincio, the Adige, tbe Brenta, the Ptave. the Livensa, the tagliameu 6o. All these rivers oflter admirable lines of defence to Austria,.who has covered the chief passagoo by fsrts which art hoc rendered almost impregnable Let us even suppose that by most extrordinary clr.enmstances an Italian army sbculd bave arrived triumph.antly as Ihr as tbe Adige, and that the insurrection should have spread through the flat country. Let us even suppose, what Is scarcely probable, that fortresses like Pa via, Plaoentia, Ferrara, Brescia, Bresera, Pizzigbitone, Pescbiota, Mantua, Milan Aavcno. la Rocca-d'Anzo, Pegnage. Venice, iCsopo, Palma Nuova, should have fallen into the hands of tbe victor. Well, the game would Dot be up for Austria! for, If Italy is her battle field, Tyrcl and the Alps of Cariathta are her real fortresses, of which Verona, with Its immense fortifications, is a retrenched camp, and an outpost capable of holding 60,000 men. Well, let us suppose Austria driven hack to the Alps; whs may allow the whole Italian azmy to enjoy ite mojnenlary triumph. -With her lines of railway, which run from Vsroia to Trieste, ami from Vienna to Innspruck, ?he can lcrward fresi. armies, and by '.he new route6 she has traced out which lead to tbe Alps, either by Bassano, ap Vircw/ii np Vitrnna nr IjiLa IiIpm cxr IjiL'a lm>n nr l.hn Lake of Cemo, gbo cud full suddenly Ufion tlio Hanks and rear of tlio enemy. cut oir nil his eoaioi ntcatloiiB, ami throw him back, in the.twinkling of an eye, beyond the ' l'?, repeating tne victorious niauieuvrc of Marshal hi deteki in 134ri. From there facts a military man will at once admit that Italian nitional'.ty mil never be the remit of a revolution, and can never succeed wiUeout foreign Mf:.' J&l. If the status710 is dangerous, if rcformo cro Impossible, if revolution is impossible, by what combination can the peoples and governments of the (Italian) Peninsula escape from the consequtnccs of the abnormal and raomicing position which hangs over therm Is Italy to be made into a single kingdom? History, nature itself oppose it. Itili&n unity cannot be formed without immence i Hurts, by military greatness or by revolutionary tyrauny. From the Alps to Sicily Italj Is disunited. It may be said that absolute unity under the Komsn sway was an accident. When Napoleon I. made a kingdem of Italy he obeyed a higher impulse than dynast'c ambition; he concentrated under bis powerful bond scattered agglomeration* tc form ' a strong and virile nationality; ho thought less of founding a kingdom tlwn of regenerating a people. No one could now plot up the Iran crown which fell from bis brow; It would be as difficult to wear as difficult to compter. I he OMMNLmoreover, is te restore eon faience to Euroi>e by pacijyiny Italy, and not to incite a war of ruemm an italian fk duration. It is not then "absolute unity" which ought to be establislied in Italy, but "federal union." This idea prnsonts itself as the expression of a want common to all Italian States; It is for all of them a tradition and a solution. Wo will pnove it. In Italy confederations seem to arise Iiko the natural nroduceof the earth. After the Roman Umpire,under the impulsion 01 ice ropes, ny me lniuauvo or me Medici, (hone attempts (wore Incessantly repeated. They woro often happy and glorious. The Idea of confederation having once seized upon the public mind the leaders of public opinion in Italy strenuously endeavored to carry It out. Pto Nono himself was to put hit seal to It. This idea first assumed the form of a customs union, concluded on the 3d November, 1817, under Pa pal inspiration. It took a military form whan tbe King of Naples and the Grand Duke declared themselves ready to unite tdelr troo|m to thoso of Charles Albert. finally it was precised and formulated In IU full polltfcal bearing after the defeat of the riedmontese army, when, under the very eye of the Holy Father, the project containing the complete formula was drawn up. Diplomacy could not remain indifferent to an Idea which was to operate so complete a change in Kuropo. Franco was at that moment absorbed In civil digRonslons; but England followed with persistent sympathy the movement in Italy. Its representative at Vienna, Lord Pons inby, Aupponod with his Influenco the projector a confederation XIII. French policy has traditions which It never can aban ton, because they respond to tho permanency of Its Influence. Ono of thoso traditions Is, thtf tho Al|>?, which are for bsr a bulwark, shall not become an armed fortress against her power. Our former kings understood this, at K was afterwards understood by the republic and tbe first empire. In that national Idea Honry IV. only anticipated Napoleon I That great king, who was as practical as he was chivalrous, knew iha4 between Franco and Austria .Italy ought to extend freely and bo'ong only to herself. The pnmphlet then, dwelling upon tho plan of Henry rv7 which was to give l/imliardy to tho Duke of ftavoy, fllcttr M> the Venetians, and Naples to the Pope, says:? Thug tbe same Ideas are maintalood throughout tbe apace of t. ">e when they respond to permanent interests and to a poU"7 M national as it is European. XIV. lias tho tlm? arrived for forming an Italian On federation? The mi. * delicate point la Koine? [Tho position of the .other States of Italy Is then entered Into, and an Italian Conuodoration declared to be tho best powlble solution.) But there exists an ohsiadiO beyond Italian and boyond European Interests. It is Austria's position In I/imbardy. Opposition Is the basis of Austrian policy; as Austria opposes reforms, so will she oppose everything else. XV. What Is to be done? Aro we to bow to In.1 veto of Vienna? Are we In discard It? Are we to appeal W force or to nubile opinion to overcome this resistance and elK"* solution desired by tbe general interest? lb* Is tbe last qucfUon wo bars to resolve. I JN XVL The tree ties which bind |orwH ere the Mem ! ttooal lews of people*, end would be only invariable If the world wm immovable. If the trsttiies wAicA aretopr i the Hcurity of Europe piece it in danger, ti it beoou-etk/ no lonoer annoer to Me neceiithet or to Me tomtit which He toted Mem. 1'olUtcal prudence commit to lubeeitute to a thing the for then. A Power which would intrench ite behind I rem tie* in order to reeiet modiScatlone demandn I by general feeling would have, no doubt, for her an acquired right, but abe would bare against ber moral right and universal conscience. If, then, it be demonstrated that the situation of the Italian States is not only a cause of suffering lor the country, but even a cause of uneasiness, and perhaps of revolution in Europe, the letter of treaties would be invoked in vain?it could not hold against the necessity of politics and the Interest of Eurasian order. What, therefore, is to be deaef 7b appeal to forceI Mag I'lovidence keep tuck an extremity from us IKe mutt ap peal to public opinion. When the true situation of Italy ball be known throughout Europe, and everybody shall ?I 'i??? i? in lh? miliar nf lh? muni nil lightened State* on the globe?on that land from which civilization sprang?a focus of disturbance, disorder an I profound pe'turijatism, which might to readily become a focus of light and of noble activity, then public opinion may judge, and perhaps impost itielf at the pacific judice ot right We have composed this work in order that public opinion may have ihe mean* of pronouncing it* judgment. IVe have no hostility to Austria. The question qf Italy u the only dijjkulty which can exist between her and France. We respect its situation In Germany, which has nothing to fear from u* on tho Khtne. Tbo solution of the Italian question would have for result to cflac* between France and Austria all subjects of dissension. Tties3 two Powers can approach each other by many com.nun interests, and the union of all the great governments of Europe ie not t'K> much to prevent future complications. It is in order to combine tneir views and ell'?r:s >n a general interest tout we would remove ail present dillicullies, and resolve one of the most urgent and must considerable questions of tho morncut. lo govern is to foresee. Tbe best manner of socuring p. ace is to outstrip complication* capable of producing war. There are dangers in Italy?wo indicate them; on Ibis side there are guarantees to give to fundamental in tin sis?we demand them. There are onus s which cannot succumb lu the world; this is of tho number, because it m neither selfish nor exclusive. It is tho cause of tho nationality of a living people, of the equilibrium of Europe, and perhaps of the independence of tbe Papacy, which Franco has always defended. God would doubtless reserve a noblo portion of hum in glory to thoso who would support this struggle. Glory does not tempi 11s; we have hud enough of it iu tho bis'ory of tbo past, as in contemporaneous events, to imvo no need of It. We there fore ardently desire that diplomacy shall do on the eve of a struggle what it should do on the morrow of a victory. I.et Europe energetically unite for this cause of justice and of pe*co She ought to be with us, because we shall be always with her to dclend her honor, her equilibrium and her security. THE SPEECH IX FULL TO THE CHAMBERS. mkssjkrhe ijch Slt.vatel'ks, mkssikuch ijh llkittbs: ? France, you are aware, bus beheld Uuriug the last six years her pros|>erily liicieaso, her wealth augment, her Intestine diiseusions die away, and her inIlucnco revive; and yet, at intervals, there arises in the midst of tbe general cuim and well being a vague disquietude?a hoc/ct agnation?which, without any clearly detlned cause, seizes on certain mmds .md weakens public coutldenco. 1 deplore these periodical discouragements, without being astonished at them. In a society convulsed like ouisbyso many revolutions, lime alone can strengthen men's convictions, give energy to their minds, and create jmIIUmI faith Tho emotion which has just been produced, without any apjiearance of imminent danger, is justly calculated to cause surprise, lor it proven at the same time belli too .1:... ..... ?1 ,.... h u?? doubled, on the one baud, the moderation of which I have given so many prowls; and,oil ibe other, of iho real power of franco Happily, Iho maeeof the people ia far from yielding to tnich lmpretsions. To-day it Ik my duty to explain to you afresh what apparently 'has been fui gotten What bus constantly been my policy? To tranquilize Europe, to restore to Frano her true rank, to closely cement oar alliance with England, and to regulate with the continental Powers of Europe tlio dogree of m? intimacy according to the conformity of our views and the nature of their proceedings t "wards Franco. It Ih thus thai on iho eve of my tlnrd election I raado at Bordeaux this dec'ar&tion, " PEmpire, e'est la paix," wishing thereby hi provo that ir the heir of tho Emperor Napoh en ascended the tbrouc lie would cot recommence an ei a of conquests, but would inaugurate a system of peace winch could not bo disturbed, except for tho dolcnce of gr< at uational interests. With respect to '.bo alliance between France aud England, I have employed my persevering efforts to consolidate it, and I have encountered on the other sido of the channel a happy reciprocity of sentiments on tho part cf the Queen of'Groat Britain, as on the part ef statesmen of every opinion. Alpo, to attain that orient, so essential for tnn peace of the world, I have on every occasion put aside all irritating recollect ions of tho past, and even calumnious attacks on tho national prejudices of my couutry. That alliance has borne its fruits; not ouly have wo acquired togethir lai ting glory in the East, but, again, at tbo extremity of the world wo have just thrown open a vast em pire to the progress of civilization and of the Christian re ligion. Slnco 'the conclusion of peace n?y relations with the Emperor of Russia have assumed the charaster of the frankest cordiality, because we have boon in accord ou all points in discussion. I have also to congratulate myself on my relations wilt Prussia, which have not ceased to be animated by snutua kinoness. On Ike contrary, the Cabinet of Vienna and mine have I regret tn ray, found ihemtrlvex often in ojrpositi m on se veral jrrimcipnl questions, and it has required a grea spirit of conciliation tn succeed in solving them Thug, for instance, tho reconstltution of the .Ilanub aii Principalities could not be brought to a termination until after numerous difficulties, wbich tanned to impede the full satiafaetion ol their mosticgitimato wishes; and ware I asked what In torest has France in these distant countries, washed by the Danube; I should reply that.'the interest of France ex lets wherever thero ia a just and civilizing cause to be carried out. In this state of things there was nothing extraordinary fa Franre drawing closer to Piedmont, which bad been so de voted dunug war and so faithful to our policy during peace. The happy union of my well boloveil cousin. Prince Napoleon, with the daughter of King Victor Emmanuel ie,-tberefore, not one of these unusual facts for which a secret reason must be sought, but the natural consequence of tbo community of Interests of the two countries and of the friendship of tfco two sovereigns. For some time past, the state of Italy and her irregular situation, in which order cannot be maintained oxocpt by foreign troops, has justly caused uneasiness to diplomacy. foot is not, however, a sufficient motive for believing iti iter. While seme call for it wttih all their wishes, .and without legitimate reasons ; and while others, in -their exaggerated fears, take pleasuxo in pointing out to Franco the iierils of a now coalition, I shall remain immovable in the pal': of right, of justice, and of national honor; and my govcir.mcnt will not allow itself 'to be either led a nay or intimidated, because my policy will never be either provocative or-jnitillanimnus. Far from us, then, bo tbeso false alarms?thero unjust distrusts?these calculated apprehensions. Poaco,a hope, will not he troubled. .Resume, therefore, with calm, the habitual course of yo?r labors. I have frankly explained to yon the state of our foreign relatione: and this exponition, conformable In all points tn what I have endeavored to make known during the last two moDths at home and abroad, will prove tc you, I lake pleasure 'in believing, that my policy has not eeased tor an iostrnt to be the same as hitherto?Arm but conciliatory. Accordingly, I count with confldonco on your cooperation and on the supjxirt of tho nation wfhi:h has oondded to me Its destinies. It knows that no personal interest, no paltry ambition will ever influence my actions. 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For particulars inquire at No. 7 Bro-cl st BKROHN H8IHHTB -FOR 8ALR, A BEAUTIFUL OKounietital cottage, with a 'out one and a half acres of laud Handsomely laid out, and well supplied with valuable fruit and uruiwoeutiil trees: is situated on the most nrominrnt point of Bergen liill, cont>mantling a lioe flew of New Vo-k ll.cy and harbor, arid overlooking Hew York, Brooklyn, Statun Is'ao-t, Jertej City and koboken. Price $7 (WO. A large pert can t entaltt on bond and mortgage, Httges pnsa the house to ami trt in .lereey City until a late hour. Inquire at the office, AO. 11 blcnu sirctL pOUNTRY HRBIOENCE FOR BALK?AT WHITE flalm, Wrsb bester county, N. Y. The house la new. and contains twelve room*. 'I he Krone d embraces three acres of land Squally divided in lawn, kib'heu garden, orchard of choice Irult, gardener s house stable, hennery, ami every convenience for a country resilience The aliove desirable property will be sold cheap or exchanged for good property in Brooklyn, hi. I). Apply to J. K. OITTLN8, 133 Oram! street. Brooklyn, E. D JjVCKMKHRu UOU8R TO BR BOLD-OR TO BE LET r lor six moDtbs, from May 1 or June 1?an elegant 2U feet wldelirtwn stone bouse, uniquely nd artistically furnished; situation mar r ifth avenue and Madison square, one of the most airy and delight! u! In the city. Would orn'er the buyer t? king the furniture at a valuation. It not add will be let be low value to a careful tenant with a email family. Address box 8,520 Post office IjlA.KM FOR HALE ?THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR f sate the whole or part of his valuable property, situated cn the main road bet ?een the cities of Newark aud (ClUalieth. New Jersey. 1 he 1%'m consists of 3C acres of line arable land, upland and meadow, ail finely watered hy running streams: It ylsu bus apple orchards and a number of other fruit trees The bouse commards an extended view, aud is surrounded by hade trees; it is 100 feet front hy 35 leet deep, aud has all the modern Improvements of water, bath rno a, ranee, .to., be sides two never lading wells of ex 'etlent water. 'I nn terms of sate will be tnsoe easy. Apply loV H LU GLOW, Auctioneer, l ine street, or to the undersigned at bis residence. U. If. TOLER. The above piece Is within one hour's ride of foot of c'ort landt slretL Farm for rai.e-in wkbtotieater county, 44 minutes' ride from New York, containing 100 acres, band si meiy sltusted aud bounded by the Bronx river aid pout uat within 3 minute*' walk of railroad depot. Inquire oi RX. FlNKNhY, i0 Exchange place bV)R BALK?AN EXTRA B1Z.E FOUR BTORY HOUSE, sltuateii lo one of the most pleasant streets In the city, be tween H th and tenth avenues it contains all the modern lm pmvcmeLts, and Is in every respect a most desirable residence ; Is32 feet H inches front by 68 feet deep. For terms and cards to view the premises apply to WHITE, BR AMI! ALL A LOCK WOOli, 108 and 110 Onuue street ITtOll BALE?MOZART IIALL, 661 BROADWAY, 164 r leet by 100 on Mercer street, 25 feet on Broadway; one of llie largest piecee ol properly on lids doe. Inquire of E. 11. LUDLOW A CO., 14 Pine street, or of TUOB. B. OU.VLMI NOB, Treasurer on the premises. |i>OR RALE?A WOODED PLOT OF f)NK ARRE, AT I; <;len Cove landing, L I , haviug a line view of the bay, elevated, aud suitable [or a site for a hotel or country seat Also, a One corner lot, on the road lo the steamboat lauding, near the above, centra), anil suitable for a store and dwelliug. Apply toGKOK IKS STITT. 192 Broadway Nesr York. sjtOit HALE?240 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND IN LIVT lngstun county, town of Conway, State of Michigan. The inn! luud will be sold low. For further particulars in pilreat No 4 SOU III ] til rc h. rt* pi, >, iui?im~uui k IflOR SALE?t>NK OK THOSE THREE STORY AND b&.4r.mrnt blph x'.oop bo oar a In Mansfield place; also >uu of the low atoop honaei; ias all the modern Improvements; linlthi t'. iu the boat manner lo'iotre at no. 12, on the premises, Hlty first sti cel. m ar Eighth avenue. FtOR 8ALE?THE HANDSOME BROWN STONE HOUSi ho. 139 Fast Mghlcenth atreet; high a to on, modern and perfect in all reapecta; u first claaa, and In a drat class n?Un horbood. Terms easy. Apply toT B. VOORHEE8, 106 East Twenty Oral atreet, or to E. H. LUDLOW, 14 Bine atreet. I CO OR SALE?THE BOUSE A.NI) LOT NO. 26 TWELFTH > r atreet, near Seventh avenue; bouae In good order, and re I plele vim modern conveniences. Kor terms Ac.. apply at 165 Front etreut, up atalra, or on the premlaea In the evening. ! T?OR SALE?A TWO STORY BRICK SHOP, 36 FEK'l 1 J; by 18 feet; a good atsnd for a wheelwright and blacksmith Must be aold, If at a great sacrifice. Poeaeaslon given aooo , Apply ut 345 Ninth atreet, near avenue A, to 8. L. NEWMAN agent N. B.?Call noon, or you will loee a great bargain. f TTIOR BALE?THE HOUSE AND LOT NO. 222 LEWI! J atreet, near Ninth. Inquire of F. A J. E. HEALTH, No )24?' Chambers atreet. IWa 12 to ? o'clock. For sale-three story and counter cellar bouae 92 Jane atreet Two Glory and attic bouae 21 Christopher atreet Pour lota in Fifty sixIh street, north aide, between Tenth and Eleventh avenues Two lota in Forty fifth street, north aide, between Ninth and Tenth avenues. i > ne lot In Fifty-fourth street, aonth aide, between Ninth and Tenth avenues. Apply to , . WILLIAM GRANT, 647 Hudson atreet ! li'OR SAi.E?THREE STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK r house and lot house 2AxA0 leet, lot 90 feet. In good ordei j and llneAuvatlun, 60 UammoDdelreet. Price $7,600. Fob 8ALB?ONE NEW FIRST CLASS POUR story brown atone front ho use, 177 Mad I son avenue, near Thirty fifth street; hard wood doors and black walnut trimming! through the principal hall; built In the beat manner. Inquire on the premises, of W. RYES. FOR SAI.K?UNTIL THE FIRST OF MARCH-WILL not boia market after (hat dale?The brown atone frnnl house and let No. 30 East Nineteenth street between Broad nay and Fourth avenue, first high stoop cut of Broadway house 22x60 lent; lot 92 feet deep; home new and replete wltfc all the modern Improvement*. The above will lie aold a; a bargain and on easy terms. Apply to HOMER MORGAN, No. 3 Metropolitan rank liml.ltDg, fine street. Fvor sale- two dwellings, north side of sum mil street, Brooklyn, between Hicks and Columbia street bouse 22 by 44, lot 100 feet, courtyard In front goo t nelghbtir bond, h'tb ground. In good order, under cellars, three story and attic: price lew and terms easy. Apply to Mr. NORTHROP, fir. Wlillam atreet corner Pine, room 23, or iu she evening at M Summit street T7VOR SALE?t/he VALUABLE PROPERTY 31 AND S3 r West Iblrtec.nCi street consisting of one two story and one three story brtofc attic and basement houses; also building Ui lb : rear, extending across both lots, well adapted lor a lirst cinu tenant house or for manufacturing purposes. Terms very?aay. D. THOMSON, 63 Pine street For salb-tiie two lots, with buildings, is nod 14 Pell atreet ujgoiher fiOxHO leet, about lot feet west of the Hrnvery, well adapted for buildings for maacf.iettirioi! pttrposea, will be aold low and on easy terms for etab In quire of W. E. HaWS, 326 Canal street T^OR SALE?THE FIRST CI.ASS FOUR STORY BROWN r stone tiv nt bouae, with basement, under cellar, and all the modern Improvements. No. 32 East Thirty-sixth street between fourth and Madison avenue*. Inquire of GEO. J. Ha MIL TtiN, on the premises. djtor 9ale-THK NEW subotantbal brown BTONF l* front three story and basement bouae, 37 East Thirty-flrsi nre't near Madison avenue, with ail the modern improve tenth. Inquire at 11 Wall street room 13. For sale?one or the most beautiful places on tbe oust bank of the l'asaalr river, outlining about 2fi seres, sou known as chestnut Grove, the former residence of Arthur Tappan, Esq. It Is only nine miles from Jersey City *n I nearly eppnsle io Belletllle, which town alfords all tin a f vantages of schools, churches, Ac. The bouae Is 42x40, with an audition thereto of |Kx26 feet, bnl't In the tnoat substantial manrer, and ha* *11 the modern Improvement* with the oxcep lion of gas. Tbe out buildings are numerous, and with Uic fences, are In good condition Tbe garden li large and web slocked with small fruits, asparagus beds, Ac. 1 here Is an ex lenslte grapery and hennery, wllh a large Ice house filled with Ice; a vs rlct y of evergreens and shrubbery, and d warf and si and ard fruit trees on the jtlece; It has also a valuable fishery ai price, terms, Ac , imply to lltlMKR mohoan, Ran, No. 3 Metropolitan Hank lluilding, or to FRANCIS mob'jaN, Ki*i , 11 Pins street, New York city. F<or RALE?thr CELEBRATED LITTLE fllLVRh point ?Dd boarding place called Ibe Wblo House, aimatee >n B;.eth river. hhrewnlmry, New Jersey, fronting the sua; a itetimltoai landing dally at the dock belonging to tb? nretnleee The place conalite of forty tl"? acres, bean '.Ifuily iltuaud, being nearly surrounded br water tn<l Is rarable of raiefng grain and market truck ol every description, Tbtre Is also a large ovater around aturlied to tbe place. Ibe bouse la72*24, three story, with basement containing flfly rooms, with turn carriage bouse stables and other outbuildings, s small two story house luluble for a fax.tly, or house of entertainment rufnltm, noek. farming utensils for aale, with or without the place li will be Bold In part or In whole, to suit purchasers (I not i?ld the drat of A prll. It will be to let. Vor terms apply to yirel, 1'arkkr, , Rrecho'd, New Jersey; 1'F.TaR ahTUN. New York, or on the premises. L"""R BALI? 3,660 ACRtl or BITUMIN017H co At, LAND, r fronting two mllcenn the<ihtorteer,opposite "oal Port, near fomeroy, In the ml 1st of the ssll works; rncliltles for shipping roal or manufacturing salt am ueeurosseed; vein of coal Ore ferL Also 2 (Sk) a'res of tlrat ipullty ol csnnel ooal land, on Coal river, NO rods front on the river opposite the fifth lock 60 miles from the mouth of the ilroat Kannawn. Navigation baa been unit tar rupled nearly all the winter. Can be bought for less lhan It# value and on esse terms. VAN W1HKLR * WINANH. Auctioneers, <1 pine it. FOR 8AI.R?TWO DESIRABLE LOTH ON THE THIRD avenue, near Reventy thtrd street, on favorable terma. Apply to R It. MANNION, 39 Rschange plaoe. Ft.R RATE-on MHRRAY JITI.Ia AN Rf.RO ANT FIRST ctaes fbur story house In Tb:rtyfnnruj street brown s'.one iront, built in sunertor style, with every modern Improvement; lot full sire. Terms accommodating. Apply to wylLY8 LYMAN, 61 liberty street For sale?in jkrrky city, a three story and baaement brick bouse, In South Klfth street, near Jnresy avenue; haa all the modern Improvement#. 1'rlce *1,900 Terms easy. Apply to JOHN ANDREWS, No. 1 Montgomery street, wOTMJT Q^fe For sai.r-horsk and lot am wrst twenty serond street, four doors from renin avenue; house 15 9 b> 83; lot 18:9x1110; bouae four stories and Eng!l?h basement, brown atone and brick front, replete with modern Improve merit; Aral rate range, dumb waiter, gas, bathroom, water closets, hel'a ppctkfcig tubes, marble mantel* in every room twelve room* aiid itmmnAl nantrj; wardrobe and closet con title Indisputable, Oroion basin* fcn every r<x>m will be sold with or without the furniture, or an? pa?*t thereof, st a low flynre Pr1?a of house MO; with furniture. $9 (V*) $4,0(10 ran remain for any number of years P.irty occupy In* W* premises will remain If desired, a* tenants, at fddO per *u sued* *Pvly on Um premise* fry ? weel. NDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 18 ' IpOB SALB-A BEAUTIFUL OOTTAOB, BABN8 AND r ootbulldtofB, wn ut rku Uuu MiU k)iiU'.> in I , fruit, ltanied .u seear., ihrm .|u*ner?of an kour from New i Yoik; baa an e.aten.wo ?? Termseaay apply la JOHN i AIDBIWI, do. I Hon'"' ? tr??t, Jenny OHy. i Fob sale?the three story basemen* and under cellar briik hu?e. next to iIm e truer i.f south Kit?i d k igbth ?'r?el?. a'ao >he three itory and under cellar Orb k I me So. Ill H> nth Fourth itreet; both lilted up w lb all lli- i odrrn lmp'ovrmeet*; t&Dges. chandelier* w*ter. Ac., hi I mplele order; term* eft y. lnqu're of J V. MKSEKOLK Hiemeutof Williamsburg O'y fault. L, OB sale?IN THE TOWN OF HHUHaMTON, a I beautiful ccun ry residence, reliable for a gentleman re. 'I/ n> trom btlllneu" There nre. four e.creaof U:i l. an ex*! It i t garden, fruit trees. aspnragus lieds, and berries of all 1 da The bouse la large and commodious, and lighted with g?>. On the pr'm'ses are a barn, carriage house. lee bouse. r> d crib and oniboiiaea. with two welia of p'ire spring wile'. l> tontines all the advantages of town and country and tor t *u or of situation and alubrlty of climate la not tube stir i. sssd. Apply Ui V ii. P A ItTttlDG K'S 8-JS A t?., 27 C.ltT ret, or to Judge GMIHWOl.D, of Hlngbinitio, N. V, For bale-a bargaiv-house and lot igi south Sect nd street, between Sixth end Seventh su-eeta, Wi. llamabnrg; lot extra aire. Prlre (2 l-tOO, half cash. Apply to C. T. GE-l.AlN, No 4 South Seventh street, Williamsburg. For balk < heap-boom* w jersey onrt. Terms very easy. Alan a Ihree storv and basement brink house In York street 'o Ift, four Plonks trim the terry. Apply to JOI1N ANDREWS, No. 1 Montgomery street, Jeisey Utty. For rale cheap?high basement housb. ais East Eighteenth street, bnlitbv cay's work; every possible convenience: rooms thoroughly ventilated; in period order, a model house; gas fixture*, olblntbs. &o , cheap; pleasnt locvlion. Apply on the )irernlaeg from 8 to 10 A. M. or s t > 8 P. M (itOK BALE OR EXCHANGE?FOR A OOOP FARM ON i* the h udson river, or for Imprcived property In'Ida city, thirty lota In South Brooklyn, on Eighteenth and N loeteeotn atrreta and Tenth avenue. Apply to THOB, MACFaRLaNA HONS, lit) Tenth street, near third avenue. New York. For bale in ikrkby oitt?two first olaha brown stone front houses in Wayne street, between Va rick street and Jersey avenue. The houses are fort7 I 'et deep and twenty-five teet iront. and are .'luinhed with all the mo tero Improvements Tbey will be sold at a bargain. A large p ir lion of the purchase money oan remain on b mil and mortgage tor a term of years. Inquire of WILLIA M BUMSTED k CO., 98 Wayne street, Jeraey City. U OR 8A1.E ON MODERATE TREKS, TBRBS /IRST r class four story brown stone houses, situate, vix: -One w':h English basement, 132 East seventeenth street, north side, having a front ni 28 feet, opposite Stuyveaunt square; and two. altbhlgb stoops, Nos. 2 una 4 Hutherfird place, opposite Btuj vetant square. These bouses h ive been hultt by the day's woik, and contain all the modern Improvements. The alios tion is one of the most desirable in the city. they will be for sale until the l.'ith day of March next, wlien, It not sold, tbey will be to lease Per particulars please apply at 212 Tear I street, up stair a Tli'lMAH M- iKfo.N. F'or 8AI.E OR TRADE FOR city PROPERTY-A splendid farm, twsnty-elgbt miles In New Jersey, free Ire m eucumbrance; contains ninety six acres, three orchards, aid good bul'dligs; $7,000; forty-nine acres do., S3 OOO; sixtynne i'o., $3,000. Parties wishing to buy, sell or exchange pirate call on W. H. MRLICK, 407 Broadway. For sale or to bf. let-tub greenwood lake Hotel and farm, 4(17 acres, or a portion of ISO or 217 acres, with Improvements, situate In Warwick. Orange county, N. Y., fifty miles from the city by the Erie railroad, on a beautiful lake ten mile* long, affording a rare combination of mountain and lake scenery, salubrity, good flshtoK, abundance of fr.ult, Ac. The mansion is handsome, commodious and rurol?h? l as a summer resort. The farm la productive ami easy to cultivate, Is provided with all necessary outbuildings, and Is wetl adapted to grass grain or stock. The whole combined, or se psrately, presents an eligible opportunity to an enterprising fanner or popular landlord. For full pa-tlculars, maps. Ac , JOKES' WOOD LOTS FOR SALE ?THE UNSOLD PORlion of <hc lota embraced In the catalogue of the Meier*, hit evker w[11 be offered for private sale, tor a tew diya, at the t IDce of W. k M. H. WARD, 39 Exchange place. MISSOURI LAN OB.?W ELL SELECTED FARM! SO IVI landa, located between St Louis and J offers in Cltv, for sale or exchange for merchandise suitable for the Western market, or would exchange for good lxtnroved orooerty In New York or Brooklyn. Apply to WEED k BUTLER. BO Nassau street. Merchandise wanted.?a farmer, wishing to engsge In the mercantile business, will exchange his farm and other real estate, with some cash, for a stock of saleube goods of any kind suitable for business, drv goods preferred. Address A. Itrtttan, National Hotel, Cortlaudtst. Notice to capitalists.-for sale, several Srst elsss houses, in good locations; will be sold cheap for ci-h. Also, one country residence. Apply to JAN. M. t'OHT'RN, 121 West Thirty fourth street, or to ROBERT H. UNBURN, 164 West Twenty-sixth street Paper mill for sale-tn morrihtown, n j? the best water power in the State, 22>i feet head and fall, ti never tailing; has been running on binder's and trunk boards; the buddings and machinery are nearly new and In good repair; two thirds of the pay taken In the article manufactured. Apply to OAKhON k HARD, 44 Beesmon street SCARPBALE, N. Y.?A VERY NICE COUNTRY REsidence of ten acres, with new two story hcuse, 36x10, car rlage houie, Ac., fine spring and brook, fruit, Ac. three quarters ot a telle from llart's Corners depot for tale by A. J. BLEKCKER, BON A CO., No. 7 Broad street TARRYTOWN ?FOR HALE, A COTTAGE IN PERFECT order, with a tine stable and one and a half acres of land, within fire minutes'walk of the railroad depot 1 he location is elevated and scenery beautiful, with forest and fruit trees In abundance. The celebrated andre brook runs through the property, and a fine view of the Hudson it obtained (Tom the grounds Price ?6,000; $3,600 down; the balance mav remain on mortgage for a time. Address A. T. Fletcher, 13 Gates , avenue, Brooklyn. TO MARKET GARDENERS AND OTHERS.?FOR SALE 3 1 at austlun, on the prem isea, Tuesday, March 1, a due trucking farm ot eighty acres, half a mile from Mlddletnwn Point, and two ard a half miles from Key-port, N. J. Good house and bam, with an abundance of peat, marl and lime close at hand. ; Soil excellently adapted for a market garden. Apply to T. NTILLMAN, 148 Greenwich street, or to Capt Arrow-smith, steamer Key port, foot of Murray street, t TO PAPER MANUFACTURERS ?ONE OF THE BEST locations in the etate for the manufacture of paper ctu be found within 64 mllee of New York city, on the Harlem Railroad. Tke conveniences of the location for the business are very superior. The buildings can tie located at or near the depot, thereby savlog cartage. There ts a fall of PI feet water power, and sprton which never fall. For particulars Inquire of SMITH A PETERS, 128 William street, or A. B. MARVIN, Brewster station, New York. rMANUFACrURERB.?WISHING TO INCREASE MY stock in trade, I will pay part cash and part res! estate for furniture, pianos, carriages, Ac. Address A. Brtuan, National I Hotel, Cortlandt street "IT ALU ABLE PROPERTY FOR BALE?RUNNING V through (torn 391 Washington street to 494 Greenwich street, 25 feet front on each street by 160 feet deep. The houses ' are tn flood order. Apply at 92 Murray street. VALUABLE MISSOURI LAND FOR BALE.?ABOUT 610 seres in Oregon, by Bute of Missouri. The land Is the finest In the State, and will be told very cheap. A only to JAUhH 0. MAYER, real estate broker. No. 8 Wall street. WESTERN LANDS.?PER8ON8 OWNING LANDS IN TV k'ny of the Western States, and wishing to sell them, may apply In person or address 304 Hroadwav, room 17. i i oa ACRES of RICH FARMLAND for SaLH liSu known as pat of the Sip farm, situated near the Pas sale bridge. Erie Railroad station, ten miles from Jersey City Bald farm contains 25 sores of superior woodland, the remainder tillable ako mineral springs, of valuable chalybeate pro parties; it is a line location for a hotel farm forsumtner resorts, for gardening, or for building sites. Apply u> ALFRED SURER, Passage, N. J., or on TtiesJsys at Jos Broadway, room 17. *WI0 !? CASH-BALANCE CAN REMAIN IF desired, for the genteel three story high stoop sub cellar brown atone front houas and lot, 7ti West Thirty ae con4 street near Sixth avenue; eontalna gas. hut air and wa'erplain and strongly built; will be sold a bargain. Apply on the premises. dPkbtAjp mri'ioaa FESTIVAL FOR'THE BENEFIT OF THE LADIES' Charitable Po.-lety attached to Pt. Mary's caurrh for the relief of the poor, on Tuesday evening, Mamh I, at the Chinese Assembly Rioma. 639 Broadway, between Spring and Prtnoe street*. Poors open from 3 until 12 o'clock P. M. Tickets 50 cents A full band of music Is engaged for the oocasLn. C1ALIF0HNIA J newspaper agenc7. wo 18 Ann street, New York M asonic notice -new yobk lodge no. s? f. A a. M.?The regular communication of New York Lodge ?1U be held on Tuesday, March 1, at 3^ o'clock, for woik; also at 7)41 o'clock P. for ipeclal prlva'e business of icier''at to the members By order. A Humour. Secretary. CHAfl. D. BROWN, W II. MEMI1ER8 OF THE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF THE United Bona of Knn are requested to attend a special n ertlrg on Tuesday evening, March I, at the Metropolitan Hall. West Forty second street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, at 8 o'clock precisely. By order of IHvMaS do'jdy, President, j Jons Garland, Secretary. v OTICE.-I-YON ISAACS, AGENT, HAS REMOVED 1.1 front No. A Diviaion street to SI Catherine street ajEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE, EAST THIRTEENTH 111 street, nesr Four h avenue.?The Mmmeneemeut exercises of this institution will take ollce on Tuesday, March i, at ; U o'clock P. M. The valedictory oration will be. delivered by the lion JaS. t. UKaDY. Membersol the medical and legal uMesiicn and ihepublic generally are rrr netful y Invltei. GEO. WOOD, President of the Board of Trustees. New york Harmonic society.?tiim members are hereby nun led, that In c.niS' pience cf the tdixuie of the evening of the Testimonial Con. ert to Mr llrisiow Vim V:.r 1, to M. i.day, star. ' 1 li lit rehearsal this evening ?0!1 be the last regular rebenrtsl previous to the oer (<? 'uaoce. Ihe attention of every member is earnestly re quested. ISAAC M PHYF*. chairman of Committee. rf,E SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN OFFICE.?Ml!NN A 00, A me; lean and foreign patent solicitors have removec from 12B Fulton street (Sun Building) to the Park Building, aa trances 37 Pa'k rose and 14S Nassau street. To CAPITALISTS SPECULATORS AND others. Anplf on Monday, Feb. 28. and Tuesday, Mirch 1, at Hope Chapel, :a> Broadway from 6 to 8 o'clock P. M. This u an op port unity tUl nsvar 4M or can again occur. OOHWAWOI BOWCM. CI0RPORATION NOTICE. - THE COMMITTEE ON l .treets of Use Board lot Alderman will meet at room No. g City Hall, on Tuesday, March 1,18M, to consider the application now before said committee to hare Broome street widened and extended from I jsurent street to the Hudson river. All persona interested in the above application will be preMut at the iabove mentioned lima and place, without further notice. r. i. a. Boole, 1 Committee thos. stephens, 5 on john lynes, s Streets. Notice.-the committee on lamps and gas of the Board of Aldermen, will meet In the City Library Room. No. II City Hall, on Tuesday, the 1st prox , at 2 P. M , to . onsider the various papers before said committee. Parties Interested are InvRed U> attend. NICHOLAS SRAGRIST, ) ROBT. la DARRAulI, J Comtnlfee. WM j. PECK. ^ NOTIBE?the COMMITTEE ON STREETS OF THE Board of Councilmeu will meet In room ivo. 3 City Hall, on Monday, the SBth Inst. at S P. M , to oonslder the various papers buore Mdtf committee. Parties Interested are Inv.ted to attend. O. P HICK Ft) HP, > Commutes J. VAN TINE, > on A. LENT, ) Streets. 59. Aorntlrman, intending ro leave run itno land, wishes to rent hla country seat for the summer or for i looser tern The establishment io an extenslvo one and sempMe la all It* appotatmeats. Particulars nay be obtained of Messrs. W. A M. U. Will), SB Exchange place. A WILL FUBNISBED AND PLEAHANTLY LOCATED three etnry and basement modern honae )n Twelfth street between Sixth and Sereulh avenues, to let, on or before tbe lit at Hay, to a amall family without children. About one third ol the rent will be taken tat board If dealrvd. None but perfectly reapooiible and reliable parties need apply. Addreao John Henry, box SO Herald odiee. Arm AIX three STORY BRICK HOUSE TO LET, and furniture foraale, In Brooklyn, iltuated within ten or fifteen miuutea' walk from South, Wall street or Pulton furry. Possession can he wh en immediately. Inquire of ANDREW A. MOSRK, #3 William itreet. New York. A RARE CHANCE TO BAKIR&?TO LIT. THE OLD eatabllahed bakery No. 400 Grand street, formerly knol by Nathan Raynor, with n large bakehouse on the premises The fixtures and too la In r aale. Poaaeaaion immediately. Pot Particular a applyfo PETER MITCHELL, 410 Grand street "DROADWAY STORE AND DWELLING TO LET?BE L* tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets; the More Is 7<1 leu deep, and ?u excel'ent stand for a choice retail Dunne* R< nt $1,200. Apply to E. T. CIIRISTIANSON, No. 1 Cham bi r? street. Basement to let-on broadwat. second door above Bleecksr street, with a floe entrance, one of the finest baaemeits on the street, well lighted and ventlllated, tillable for a?y business. Apply to JaCKSON A PURUY i 47 Broadway. BROOKLYN.-A HOUSE TO let IN BROOKLYN, NO. 360 Adelphl street, near Fulton avenue; a frame bouse, with nlrc rooms and gas throughout Kent $201 Possession Immediately. Apply on the premises, or to J. SIMI'riON tigraver, 62 Fulton street, New Yerk, up stairs. ("tOT'NTRY RESIDENCE (FCRNISnED), TO I,Er-ON J the Fast river, about ten miles from the city, 2)4 milei from lL.rleui bridge. The place conslits of 14 acres of land divided intu pasturage, lawn, with rich and ample shruhbe.ry and garden. The outbuildings ooosistof stable carnage house haru. shed, poultry house and yard, Ice bouse, An., Ac. lb. bouse baa 4 large rooms On llrst finer, and B bedrooms, will ample clrstia pantries, and store rooms, also laundry, hatl room water closet, Ac . Ac. Rent of he whole with furniture $1,41.4). Apply to WE M ALLEN, 244 Fourth avenue. Broadway.?to let, the upper part of J slt.re nn the weal aide of Rroadwav, well suited for mil Uncry, rut nulla or olbur business Apply at 773 Broadway. CIOPNTRY RESIDENCE TO LEASE FOR A MW 01 ) years-one oi the most beautiful situations, near the oil of New York, on the high grounds of We.ehtwken, overlook log New York bay and city, Brooklyn, Butan Island, the Nai rows, Ac ; Is perfectly healthy, and within a few minute* reach ul the cltv. There are abouttwelve acres In the place, alt a fine mansion, with all Iho necetsary outbuildings, and I ornamented with waterfall*. rustic bridges, evergreens Ac A further description is tin necessary, tut any person desiring resident'* of tills character nan examine it auy lime an I so |t? advantages, by addressing J. O. G , box 2,240 Post nllira New Icrk. Houpib to lkt and furniture for sale -thi root desirable four story fl-St class brown stone fron bmists 55 ami 57 TVesI Twenty-third street, occupied for th last six years ss a first blast boarding boune Impure of Mri hll 1)1 AM, on the premises. HGUFES TO LF.T-THKKB STORIES. HIOH RTOOPl and modern'utprovetnenis, IFD. 2H7 and 2e9 East Nine leerlh street, verv convenient')- arranged apply t> C. ,1 Fol.FUM, 66 Si Mart's plaie. i-igbth street, corner of Fire avenue, eOUPE TO lkt? 1n QRKENinOB AVENUE, FOUf story, all modern Improvements, and eighteen ro tins, t perfect order; gitod location for a boarding noose; rent $HM Also, a liritelass house In Ninth strett. near Fifth aveuue;fui ntture fur sale low. Also to rent furnished, a splendid hour in Clinton place. Also, an e'eganlly furnished houae In Se run avenue KivllillT' ,1. Si.-N, e.il tiro id .v.ty. IN CONBKQUKEC1 OF MOVING ON OUR FARM, WII lcltbc old establUhed boarding house, 111) Elshihaveun 15 rooms Inrnlshed complete; furniture fu' sale, very hit money required. The rent very low, only $650. Apply luti houBe. Lofts to let?at hudson street, th* are well lighted, and will be rented low. Apply on t premises. FART Ur A UKMNKL HUlBr. Ill I.SI-Iil IHFi U per part of the city, went aide, to a small famllyi gas a Crotou water throughout, with privilege ot bathroom. A dices Mlddleton, Ileriild ofllce. E00M8 TO LET-NO. AH FULTON STREET, NE loi a. STOKE TO LET?STOCK AND FIXTURES FOR SAL The new and elegant establishment of Mrs. U. F. BKIDG 866 Broadway, east side. Selling In consequence of deat forfuilher pariicnlars inquire at 138 Third avenue, corner Fifteenth stri ct, bakery. rTO LET?Hi E STORES NOB. Z9, 281, 283, 288 and 2 1 Pai a> street, near Broadway. The store corner of Bros way and Usual street. Ihe second story of bouse corner Hrosilssy and I lapenard street. The houses 127 Greene at 131 W in rter rueeta. a cottage bouse and five acres of groui at Uu'.tenburg N. J. Apply to F. UICILIK, 287 Canal strei between 12 and 1 o'clock I'. M. TO LET-A LARGE BTORE AND BARKMRNT 1 Ninth avenue; also two new bouses in Thirty sixth stre between Eighth and Ninth avenues, built In the besttnanni with all the modem improvements. J. lAt.KS A SON, fit Ninth avenue TO I.ET?LOWER PART OF A TIOUSE AND Tflll story Inquire on the premises, 181 West Twenty si street. Rent 8460. TO LET?TUK STORY HOUSE, 222 8U1.I.1V t treet; has the modern Improve meuls To a desirn tenant will be let at reasonable rent. Apply to H. ARONSC 16 Dey street. TO LET-THREE OOOD FRONT ROOM8 IN GOOD ( der, at 97 Thompson street; uso, two rooms In same ho and small apartments In different parts of the city. Inquiri ?(? How cry. TO LET-TWO STORY HOUSE 102 CANNON ST ? Three story house 182StsnUinstreet Two s"ory house 37 Stanton street House No 38 < harlfn street 1, House snd store 4U1 West street Thiec story house. 8 Rutgers street Two bouses in Front street, Brooklyn, each One house In Atlantic street, " Cottages id Myrtle avenue. " Store 42 Clinton street Farts of houses 274 . 280 and 284 Stanton street; rents low. Inquire of a. M. FaNNInG, &>9 Itowerj TO LET?WITH STEAM POWER, SUITABLE TOR machine shop or anv heavy manufacturing, the whole one half of a mom on ihe first floor, 60 by 90 feet, with cell 15 feet high, at 16 Vandewater street. C. A. ALVOKI1 r LET?THREE VERY NEAT BROWN STONE FRO English basement bouses, 204, 206 and JUS East Twenti street, containing every convenience for small families. P session Immediately. Apply to THOS. MACFAKLAN SONS, 180 Tenth street, near Third avenue. TO LET-THK UPPER PART OF HOUSE 82 BA1 street, consisting of tig rooms, with wardrobes, and n-odem Improvements, to a small, genteel family. Inquire . G. HOUERT, 116 Bank street. TO LET-TO GENTLEMEN, WHO ABE DESIROU8 s country residence, where they may enjoy city pr leges in Plnlnfleld, New Jersey, s two story bouse, with el rooms, dellghtlully situated on the corner ol Front nnd Wa lnglon streets, and about an acre and a half of ground ? choice fruit trees, three minutes walk from the depot, wh. the cars start In time to accommodate gentlemen wishing to in the city in season for business. Apply at 192 Braidw, irom 11 to 12 o'clock, or at 1)3 East I wenty seventh s'reet PECER A. II JAOKEON TO I.ET?THE I/OWER PART OF ONE OF TUO neat cottage housta t?3 Downing gireet. consisting of fri or back parlor, tea room, back basement nnd one attic h< room, to a small family only. To be seen from 10 to 4 o'cloc Rent #360. TO LET?THE LOWER P.\RT OF THE HOl'SF N 94 t.rand street, second block west of Broadway, conirtat'i of front and back parlors snd tea room, on first floor fro batement snd vault am two attic rooms. To be seen from to3 P. M. bent #iQ9< TO I.ET?A FURNISHED HOUSE, WITH THRU "ires of ground, at Fort Richmond. 8 I, within fli minutes' walk of the steamboat larding; a very desirable ret denre. with a gnod ?ego able gnrien an be seen at a notable hours. Rent resinr.aMa Inquire of P. DUOLOS r the premises, or ot joseph HOXlfc, No 6 Wall street. ' To i.et?two parlors and bedroom togethf.i with ihe front or back basement, to a small genteel famil in the pleasant located hi use No. 9 Lsight street, toeing Cans Baih. rtcge and gas. TtO LET-THE NEWLY FITTED UP THREE STOR jl aior? anu aweuing no. W) (.rand atreri, corner of M *n*t cardial aUDd for any klod of buaiitcas. bcinir altaat^d In 01 of lh? principal Uioroughfarra of th* ok* |V<nw|nn cfr# to medially Inquire of C. W. KftuNlfi, m Grand street < at 287 Washington street. T"1 I.ET-A I. A RUE BOOM AND THREE BF.DROOM9 i i. 57.Crosby street, near Broome. thoroughly cleaned *11 suitable for n genteel f.mily; also, a room an !*b?droom; rai low; a'so, the scire and rooms adjoining, long estaullabe as ufamlly grocery, and doing a good business Apply in fror room, first floor. TO LET?THE HOUSE NO 4 V A RICK STREET, CON lairing eleven rooms, furnished or iinfornished, or leas and furniture for salo Apply at 289 Broadway room 36. TO LET?*HE THREE STORY HOUSE AND IA5T NO 86 South Nin(h street Wil'lainshurg. on the wnst side o the street; the bouse Is a frame, filled In with hrlek. with eonr yard In front am! gtrden In the rear, extending through tlx hloelt; the house Is In good order, snd furnished with gaa fli (urea throughout For | articulani Inquire of J. W. BftalnK 16<i resrl street TO LKT?A RCit'M AXO TWO BEDROOMS, UNFURNT8H ed. to s small family; also two furntahed rooms, auitahh for single gentlemen or a gentleman and wife, la the prlvah house 104 Franklin street, west from Taylor's saloon. In quire St No. 106 TO LET?AT 817 AND 819 BROADWAY, FOR BU8I n?ss. societies, Ac., |he (parlous room on fourth floor with nine rront windows on Broadway and Twelfth street; aim rcoirs en sersnd and third 11 xue. Apply to JOHN 8. KELSO 62 William street TO LET?TDK SECOND STORY AND BASEMENT O] house 25 Hike street to a small family; gas. hath room watcrrloeet Ac. 'n.jnlre Irnm in to 12 and J to A R-ntltW rro LET?THE RESIDENCE OF MRS. BRIOOS. A" 1 Keyport N. J., will be rented from the 1st of April next The house Is commodious, and of modern style; large vegeta ble garden well rtooked with trull treee, grapery, atrnwberr beds. Ac : lawn handsomely laid out containing a variety o s'andard rosea, Ac, The whole j rem lire In beautiful order and constituting one of the most desirable residences in the vll *? ^?her particulars inquire o D. D. BRIOOS, 13 Broad etreet from 10 A. M. to 8 P. H. TO LET, IN BROOKLYN-TWO ELEGANT NEW STOREf on Myrtle avenue, corner of Jav street. The beat loeatloc on the avenue for btufctesA Water introduced. Apply on the premise*. TO LET AND FURNITURE FOB SALE.?TIIR NEAT dwelling bouse 386 Canal etreet weal aide of and new Broadway, containing twelve rooms, oocupled for years as a well paying boart log house; or to rent rooms without board; rent >600; price of furniture $660. Apply on the preroiaea. TO LEASE TO LUMBER MBRCHANT8 AND OTHBJWThe lumber yard on the corner of Tenth avenne and Four teeoth street, now occupied by Cndenlunk A Wheeler, with s two atory brick office, atable and all the (litnrea thereon, from 1st May next, It contains si* We; aim three lota in the rear, oa Fourteenth street, t> let Apply In JOHN O. WHITK, 13 Wee! twenty first street, R. II. LUDLOW or 1 H. LUDLOW A CO., 14 Pine street. TO LET OR LEASE?THE LAROB STORE AND BUILD Ing No 61 Division street running through to Kant (triad wav. Also, lofls on second and third floor 23 Catharine Street Rent moderate to good tenants. Inquire at 36$ Bowery. 3 <h basement house In Twenty third street n few door- ironi braced avenue, about 1B*?7 feet with h?tto, water clows r.i?, he. It wbl be let very low to a good responsible tenant Apply to A. UVlmihrOW, 19 Hcesman etreet rLIT CH I.EASE-A RaKFRV e KIKE. OVltli asi> silting room. with all ' itun v II t-d In l-etrt style; lease of I live year*. Inquire on the premlm-e. nnrtbwv roroer of Twenty eighth atreet and ber< ud avenue. fr.r live dayc To lramc-.hk nri.m >t hugse at hew Brighton, wbli b la probably the mnat lieullhv, alrv and enOyable frinaetnibia vicinity ib? tw u-, w.? torine-lv occupied by Fete er. ?rd ronuira abmi ?vh>y r"?rrs eiib ample MMMMMPM ? ? Wthuaidwrn Iheir are tw., Umilv enlagrathat accimpsr.y ibe pro, any, extepars ground* .rrd new* unsurpassed Ly auy on tt.e Huds-u The hotel U uew partially furnirbAd. Ibe acrerialbhlty u> -.nit ray u *11 bouts makes it a desirable remittor L-k,|a ol tunrlie* In mih.era i here. For detail# '-all on the undersigned. ; THtt .1 STr.W Kf, No So flee, .try w TO LKASE-FO* FOUR YEARS. TUB UIM'KR P iKT nf the Ave atory whim nrnrnle bnildiog, &V, ?ro?d??y, llrtt floor 200x25 Tort. For further information apply to \T 1 I.Ia&i l'oYLOH, In the building, or to JuilN 1'lYLOR, liiji | Broadway TO LET IN BROOKLYN. ?A PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD rent from lire 1st of Nay a portion of a Urge br?wn shine bouse in a desirable location, consisting of eight ru-un* oom, muuicating; the rooms coetalu every nonveuience f r house i keeping, water aud slnlt. lia- daoinu gug fixtures with neparai .metre, private cellar; rrnt to a denrtbi- parly win i>? e tremely moderate, lor further particulars address J o ' O., rust office, Brooklyn. WILL BE MtAHKD FOR A TERM OF YEARS?FROM tbe Brat day of May neil ib? building known mi Con[ Stitutlnn Hall, AN) Itroarlway. Applyto rfloS MACsARLaN A SuNr, IM Tenth street, near Third avenue. WANTED?EIGHT HOUSES TO RENT; ONE AT *1,0110, three at fdUO, tw ialfJUO, one at fNKI. one at UNI. By i applying curing two weeks to .!> ilia r Kf ftttkl'llli real , estate ngent, 131 TLlrd avenue, good tenants can be oblalueil immediately. i ill 7 BROaDWaY, RoUTllWKfT CORNER OF LnOtf i J" I ?rd street?To lease for thrift yeu'a. the lour oppoe 1 lofts 25 by ibfiftet; ?p)eudid north tlgti's: entrance on ooth i, streets, rent low. Applyto A. U. L cvVltKNCK, wine merchant, ICO I'eail street. ^ HObMAA fUMsirtK ess, ?|iT?.r. A HOICK WITH ALL THE MOllK'N IMFKOVBMKHTS wanted - Tbe price must o? moderate hair or more of ' Which wbl he paid In cash. Weal aide of the nty ,ireierr?<i. y Address Haling price and location, O. T. M , box Its Herahl ' office. ? YIOCRFS WANTED.?SEVER a I. FIReT OLASS U-iDhKH n are wanted for known responsible parties, suitable for f Prat class boarr log bouses and tor private families Pa'soiie Living such will please seud parUcmara t> KNKill r I Silk, ? 4fl Bioaoway. s noiSE WaNTRD-A LADY WISHES TO IaKB A XI ht.uiie. but uoi having tulDcient moana. would lid*; to 1od n, t* Ji't ? a?iy oi geDtiemeu, who t're?l of mtc a a <1 n iardlug ion: e*< and wifh ih? comio*ta ?f a bom* ot their own. and ? on w in. n< the could reJy up Litem# psruiMiQQt; O''*- of r?i? r*r,? ir!ven nnd required. adartei Cooilc*'., Cul-o nouaro u Pnitofke. a noUSE W A NTED?BET WE V N THlal) *Nkt SIXTH LX a? f-uca. nut higher up thin 1 weutietb itrect. K? ut not , lo nxf-FHO $800. AddreraDnmua h^ra d office lt VI AMrLPlACKN. ? WANTED. A LOT OF s MALL, LOW* lfj pi iced mantelpirwe, lor ?mall be^irooma AilJrt^ Wrn m i l'.n-",architect,Itltolo'*UMttaii,Broadwa/. ? "I JOOMb WANTED?BKLOW CANAL STREET; A WIDOW f. JV lady and daughter with an uufurulalie.l rmnr md h-d? room at a moderate rent, below (lunal street Would like tbem , lrninvdlately. Beat of reUsierrce given Address U ^ L, Herald oflice. 7 OMaIL HOUSE WANTED?FtlRNISnF.y, L'.VFURkJ ntsbed, or furniture, if good. ill lie bough, fircerh elng,, oli b .?< ment pretmred, wtib all tiro modern lmuruvements. ul AOdrcsk II , Herald oflrce atvtinn Iroatiuo reu*. nod wb-n prase-sion can be given, ramlly three grown pers us 11/ AXtlBlJ?J11E. I'll lA'nill 1 111 Uf A. i' VY bi u?e for a (mall family Mint have tiioderti l-narove m 1la mit be In good order. Andrew box 3,3, it New tor* Pott oflj. i' lining locution anil rent. IXT ANTED?THE tSE 'UNO F.OJ8 (THREE BOOMS Vl deep), of a gf n'eel priva'e house, untiirnuihed, with inu dern u? piovemeDts, by a untlly ot three iterance. between l.exlDgtiu anil t-Lilh ttaiuw, ud Mow I we^ty liftn street. jipi?rpr rt exchanged. Adores* with term*. Gilbert, Ho ala officii. ~ fT/ANTED-A SMALL FACTOHY, WITH A LARUE - VY plot of ground, in the upp* r part of the city, or HrookV"' Ion. Wliiamsbtirg or Jersey i iiy. Land owani, willing to > b'oilil. wl'l And a responsible tenant. Aodreea 1. U , box 2,',M 1'oat ollice. II I1TAMTBO TO RENT FOR A TERM OF YEARS?A ?J VY atnall farm en Long island *iUi ? ?" ?' bouse and the t recite rj outbuildings thereon. withui ?u easy diaun, e ot una ?I i ftbenptowu ferric*. Addreaa W. S. 8 , box Idd Herald ad " TKTANTED?A FURNISHED COTTAC1R IV 8TAMFoRD, ... ff Connecticut, tor the euromer. Addretw, ttuuag location ^ and rent, box 711 New ^ ork Poat ofllce. w W AM ED?A SMALL MODERN BL'ILT HOUSE, IV A VY pleat-ant neighborhood, by a good tenant, nut shore Thirtieth street; rent not to exceed $510. Addreaa box 3,i'Jd L_ Poat office. iS WANTED TO RENT?A GENTEEL TWO 8TORY OR W cottage bouse within fifteen or twenty miles of New >mk. Benl liom $160 to $250 per annum. Would prefer one ? v on or near ihe Barlem Railroad. Any one having aucn a house win addreaa boi l,?06^oai oflice. )S' \X7AKTBD TO RENT?FURNISHED OR UNKURNISH Vf ed. In Clinton or Washington arenas or vicinity, Brook m lri'.a neat bourn, nulUble for a smadfamUt; would purchase He inrtUoto M m looi ?ril?r. adore**, staling terms and to j JJJ cation. A U.. box 3,064 Font office, N. 7. _ nf ANTED IMMBDIATELY-BV A SMALL AMERICAN TT family, the frond floor and front baf roent of a prirate , bouae with modern improvement*. on west aide of town. not Tlx above 1 frrly flxth street. Keterence firen Address J. U. Jjg K.. 367 (ireenwlch street Jtto TIT ANTED?WITHOUT BOARU. A FURNTBHRD ROOM. !Sx VV in a bouse where there are no botrders, and occupied J:; by ? widow lady, situated between Kigbteenih and t wentyeial th streets, on east side preferred. Reference! exchanged. AOfireaa box 138 Herald olbce. WANTED TO RENT-EITHER A FURNISHED OR UNfurnished houf, in a good location, with all the mod'm Improvements: the whole or part to be taken in board, with A privilege of taking a lew otner boarder*. Address U.C.7., or Hernia office, for one week. |ng _ Wanted-a hydraulic frfse. suitable for pressing out nil; must be in good order. Address W. NT E. R., box 451 New York Yost office, staling where the press eth msy be seen, and price. ' . ? waitr; locg^oB bei'ween eixth and^ilgtUi avenues*alifit? '"a SK 1 weclleth streets address Mrs a , iti wlat rweuiv ioniuh all stff et, stntlnc rer.t, wbicb must be moderate rl unh ?of W? ANTED TO LR1SE?A TENESfRST PROPPRTr wod ? W which a fair price will be paid In.Vffire of 'John OF l M TD, t.fi Mutt street, near Houston street HN Ivl- ? _ ght TIT sNTED?WITHIN AN HOUR OF THE CITY HAFI I A * R??fl flonse, with modem Improvements and V-re en em 10 "" belw~n -"700. be ay, W A?ted, to, ftjrchase-A suit of SAILS for A J* sloop rigged yacht about 12 tons. Andnm j. u , ilersld SB (TANTED IMM?DIATKLY-A 8M.LL OOTTTOR^OR >nl J y part of a bouse, for a genteel lemlly of three adults and '!? two chu.-.'rea tlx and ten. .fddiess p.,si paid, vvltn lull partlouIk. la ?. (ieo Waltoif, Wall struct ~ W7ANTF.D TO I.EA8E?A HOUsl? rTORE AND BASE ? . u.f""! ,on S'flhth avenue east or west siue. h?tlTf?* h I', ,aD 1 wenty flflh street, by a responsible partt Uoust nt ? fee, front, ot 60 or 100 feet deep, for Ave o" SmVe 'jeS? Herald office! m" " "umber of bouse. j. a., box lis r" ikUllMKS. CULKlAJM. mT !ii |?0R rale?a coupe, as good *8 new a hand. ,n 1 some six seat brett, two tlx scat i arryalla, mio too teat phaeton, two two teat wagons without tops, three top boggles - two no top buggies, one gig and a double harness. a only at j 58 Wstl Twenty third street. over the ltver? sUluo j (jtOR BAIE?<"bF "f't.k Mild M \ V v ItNPORT r about !8>i ha da high. 8 years old, suitable fbr any hind of buelruss, warranted In every respect, nice tea. amir at y the stable. 44 Alott street ?e ITl'R SaLE?A VF.RT MYoIhH Its* MASS. LONG ,n r tall and rnaue.lS,'* hands high, perfectly s-iunrt an.I kind to Jr all harneti, every pieusnt d'tver and a line saddle ncatt she h?s a natural fait of II mbes en hour ("tn be seenat Hrown's stable, rortier of Boertim and fctate streets. ttroollyn "d Ti1,)K bALK?HOMES. WAO ins AND HiRNB-S; 1i)0 ,t r csrrlsges, buggies, express, grocers' and business wagons, ,j new and se.ond bsnd Al.ro, thirty good >oung horsea, harlt uera Ac. for sale cheap, at No. 10 rfcvlns street, Itrooklvn. For SALE-HOR8K. waoo.v AND HARNESS, A FINE young horse, sound and kind, together with a Godwin B trotting buggy, harness, robe. Ac . the property of a private gentleman; cost INX); will be sold for $350. Apply at Wittv's stable, 10 Kevins street Hrooklyn. ' f GM1R8ALE-A GOOD FAMILY HORSE, WAOON AND t r harness, sound and kind, for $150; also three good work l horses, for Ho $fto and 560; also a light road wagon and harness city msite^llltle used. Apply at 162 Varlck street HORSE FOR 8ALE CHEAP; ALSO, A HORSR POWER maoMnetn perfect order. Will he sold very low Apply to R. HAMILTON, UI Washington street 9 YETAOOK.?WANfRD, A GOOD ROaD WaOON. FOR TY winch prime Havana sega's will be given, at prices beowenst ni importation address Importer, Her* d office. aMKD?A FIRST CI.ASS TRlITTINO STALLION, address box 5,313 Post office, giving full ptrtkuUrs and ' owest cash price. TMB Bald- SICABOjl f EjMRST FANCY IlRSSS It a 1.1.? I I'KSO A V Nb XT, MARCH i. P 1. at Madame SAUVEaGK All'H deneiag academy, No. is 64ft B roadway Ft nromliiei to be the ball, par excellence, of the season. 1 kkeia $3, lncludUig supper, and admitting one T gentleman and lady. L niniSTH ANNUAL BALL TENDERED TO PROF* r HEALY, by hla pupils and friends, at the Chinese Saaam' |,)v Rooms, on Monday evening, February 28. The pupUa , pi omlse this the favorite one of toe sea sou. f PUH'l'Ul'JMN a RTJFIOIAL rRETfTTN8RRT_ED AT THR LOWEST I A possible prices: set on stiver, $8; on gold, 535. continuous I sums no plotlnn, $25. Teeth extracted without pain. Office* I 312 Oaaal street, near Mercsr, one btockwM of BrMdwa^ BNT18TET-TEETH EXTRACTED IN TEN SECONDS, without the slightest pain, by ay new and original process. not freexlog. fbls admirable system la practised by me only. References given If required. Dr. R. U. DURKIM, 363 Cnnnl street, between Laurens and Wooster streets. ATRINOBIAIw a TOUNO WIDOW I.ADT OF EDUCATION AND RE1 A Saement. wtshee to terra the aequalafcuMS ofsoraw wor' thy and honorable genUemnn, with n view to matrimony. The .^ttswwaa S?^s have sufficient meaaato make heme eeenforto1 hie and happy. None nee* answer this advertisement who la not sincere Address A O. fl- Union square Post office. ATRIMONIAL.-A YOUNG MAN OF PRBFOSBESMNO appearance, lately from Chicago, deeiroue to atkaMhe acquaintance of a young lady, with n view to mat lmony. At dreaa, la Mnoartty, Harrwon Weeks, New Yaritrest offiaa.