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' BUSH OK KEAIi KHTATK. A THIRD irntK HOUSB FOR BALK CllBAF? A Rents .'or $1,200, ID five stories. full low AUo, Ihirlj Houae- and HUii-en ua >? coud itruur, ->"d '.weuty brumu inn flrfcl eUw UututM and ttt/ma. iwmt ike city. [Hlllw >?? yhn K?.Tv li, 166 fcAit Thirty seeoud iiwl. A COUNTRY SEAT F')fi SALE OA TO BENT FOR TAB J\. summer- 81 tuated ? ?ir the village of Jamaica,, Mgmg Sin it, and within a shott distance of !*? U?f l*I?n<j Rail Mad The place contalus ion acroa, with ? Aao House, taring aJI Ae impiuvtmruu.1 a fliot claas city house, lusiuely.Uot ??d sold waUr throughout, gas, I urnaoo. A*., Aa. On it there ?H a Ann baiu and stall?, >oe h< uw and ? huuae for a uuu ?arrant, a large number at Jf*'' 'PP^ 'I"1'^ ?so various oiht-r f ruit trees, and lm fast ?.? T**7 J*?1??'? NttdfUM In everr res(ect lor a city gentleman It b? Mid to advantage or RDUd for the summer, with theturul ten, for i-a""*"''?"? inquire of J. A- a T, A. PATT&dON, id Front street. _ A GENTLEMAN'S REBIDEBCE FOR HALE, TO LET or exchange for Improved City Property ?A line House aad Stable with U Lola of Ground. situated on the comer of flreenr and Buahwlek avenue*, Williamsburg, about 26 ml ??laa by eara from the ferry, The grounds are well laid out with crape Tinea, fruit tree*, Ac. Apply to W. W. BROWKB, Mm. i CocpUea ally, N. Y. A STONE yl'AKRV FOR SALB?*211OOO-WILL RE A. aold for on* quarter it* r?lu* J located within a abort distance *f a railroad depot, containing twenty two acroa and f<>od building*. Inquire of or addroa* box H., do Mervlll*, N. J. A M BLEGANTLY FURNISHED UOUSB FOR SAlTT JL 129 Kant Nineteenth street. It la nearly new, aid baa ?very convenience. Price low and term* accommodating. Ap^j; at 'JJ6 I'earl a tree t, up stair*, between 111 and 13 o'clock AM LARGE FIRST CLASH TENANT HOUSE, WELL Lo cated, and will rent at ? large interest, to exchange for ? <tiaan or aeveral vacant Lots, well located In Brooklyn or vl ? nity of New Tort ISAaC A. B1GG8, 73 Na**au ?C 2UT $300 RBQl'IKED-FOR SALB, IN WILLIAMS burg, a new, genteel, brick Cottage, price $1,9011, con king gaa, chandelier*, iron balcony, J* room* Also to let, ? Houae; rent $2U0 per annum Car*, three cent*, pas* the Aaoa 462 Grand atraet, Williamsburg. OI FOR BALE.?A FARM OF FIFTY SIX ACRES, trtetn tulles from the City Hall, on the line of the Railroad, at WUiianubrldce depot; will be aold low to close an eatat?. For further particular* address Nathaniel Berrlan, Wllllam*bridge I'oat ollice. TTVARM8 FOR SALB IN WlriCOMBlN.?BARGAINS.? .F 280 acres, 80 ploughed and feoctd, at flv* dollar*, 4,000 MM, near improvement*, wood, water; prarie for graia and raining oaltU, rich aoll, aeleetrd personally, two to throe dollar*. WW. WgTMORE, So. 8 Gold ?U Farm for sale-near new bbunbwick. n. j., A valuable Farm, situate on the bank* of the Ran tan; e?-v ?f acoeaa Term* reasonable, Inquire of HARDENBERGli, ?Tin A CO., 68 Wall street. F" ARM FOB SALE?ONE OF THE BEST FOR QUALITY of anil tnd cultivation; in good fence, oomfortasle build tog*, convenient to depot, churcne* and Dchoolo, and a moat desirable, pleaaant Ifarra Term* liberal. BOL'THWICK A WOOD, 82 Nan.iau street. TilAR.M WANTED-OF FROM 10 TO 30 ACRES. WITH f good building", situated in a good location In Weacbcnter ?ounty, and not more than one mile Irotn railroad station. Addrrrs or apply to JOHN A. U1LLEKY, 34 Piue street, r?om No. 9. "EjtOB SALB?THE HOUSE AND LOT NO. 85 SEVENTH JP street; ia In perfect order and contain* the modern Im provement* A Farm In a good locality will be taken In part payment. Owner on the premises. TOOR BALE?THE YBR* DESIRABLE FOUR- 8TOBT, X* brown stone House No. 29 West Eighteenth street, 2Ax M; In perfect order and occupied by the owner; $19,000 can remain on mortgage; the house, with the furniture, will be ?old kt a bargain. JOHN 3. KELSO, 62 William stieet. rR BALE?A F1RHT CLASS FOUB BTOBT MANSION ?n Murray Hill, Fifth avenue; la furniahed with all the ?mdtii ii improvements and built in the moat inbitantial man Mr. The ewner would negotiate for United State* Treasury ?Ota* or stock*. Principals only need apply. Addreaa Owner, ?<? 4 William street, *. T. -BIOB HALE?TWO NEW FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY S brown stone front House*, with all the modern improve ?seata, finished In the best style; situated on Murrajr H11L ??>?1*11 Park and Lexington avenue*. No*. 43 and 47 Eaai ?tory-sev?Kh atieet. Inquire on the premlaea. ||H)R BALE ?AN ENGLISH BASEMECT HOUSE, NO. f 33 West Thirty-sixth street, between Fifth and Sixth ?venue*, 18 feet 3 inches by 68 feet, lot 99 feet; 1* offered for ??!? at a low price. For further partlcuhtra apply to th? owner, G. SUSSDORFF, W College place. EOB SALE?HOUSE AND LOT 88 HBNRT STREET; the house 1* of brick, two stories and attic; It Is In excel t order, furnished with Croton water, bath room, range, ?a, Ac. Terms easy. Apply on the premises, or at No. 1 Ferry street, comer Gold "DIOR SALE?OR WILL TRADE FOR A FARM-THREE I lots, with improvements, on a flourishing avenue in New York. The stock, fixtures and good will of the buainesa also f?r sale; the business is respeetableand profitable, and duruic Ike la*I year amounted to over $AO,tWO. The owner will sell Ike business and lease the property If preferred. Reason far selling is the owner baa other business to attend to. Any ?erain wishing to commence business, this Is a chanoe seldom ?ffered. Address D. B., box 180 Herald ollioe. FOB SALE?A VALUABLE CORNER LEASEHOLD property, containing thive Stores, paying eighteen per ?rat, situated on llud?on street. Any person wanting such prooerty will flud this a bargain. No agents need apply. Ad areas J. Armstrong, Herald otllce. inOR SALE?A VALUABLE FARM OF 170 ACRES. IN f Westchester county, three miles e*?t of Qolden's Bridge station of the ltiirlem railroad. This farm la under ?ood cultivation, and produce* us flue grass and grain an any ?arm Id the county, it has an abundam-e of valuable timber, aad is well watered b/ never falling spring* and streams1; plenty of the choicest kind of fruit, and of evsry description; neod houKe, barn, sheds, geanary, Ac.; for prloe and other particular*, apply to ALLX. OttTRAhDER, til Wall *treet Fir sale-at west mobrisania, OPPOSITE Melrose station, a large and convenient House, with twelve lot* of Ground a. La<-li?d. The grounds are well ?toesed with a variety of rbulee fruit, shade tre s, shrub bery, Ac , In excellent oraer. Apply to E. H. BROWN, 121 Maasau street, from onn to three I . M. For sale?hours* and lots.?no. ? warren place, Charles .til et; No. 171 Wast Eighteenth streel; No. 98Cnarllon street; one In urove street, near Hleecker; one In Asl'lanil place, 1 errv street; all first claas. Also, aeveral touement House* also, several Farms in Orange countv. Apply to N. ROE and 8. D. WILSON, oiBoe No. 200 Varick atreet. tH)B SALB?THE FOUR STORT STONE BASEMENT J House 77 Ba*t Thirty fifth street, Murray Hill, between Park and Lexington a.cnues: prloe fK.fsl); can re ?tain on mortgage. Apply to K. UliiliKHsLbEiK, ll tlie Marble work* 182 East I wenlT-third street. fTKiR SALE-AT A GREAT BARGAIN, ONE OR TWO f elegant ut finished fonr story, hlgb basement, sub cellar, brown stone f i-ont Hou?es. They are b-antlfully situated on Murray 11111, within one hundnnl and fiftv feet of Fifth ave ?ue 1'rlce fll,'?*?: only $011 renuired down. In<iuire,of JOHN ALLhN, So. 14 fine street. In the basement OR SALE-AT A BARGAIN ANO ON EASY TERMS, the fonr story brown stone House in E??t Thirteenth Mrvet. It has all the Impnivements and Is in the best of or der. Carpet 4 and ollclot&s also tor s.ile cheap. Apply to the vwner, on the pri mlses. 1POR SALE-A WELL BUILT KBAME HOUSE, FILLED JP in with brick No. 40 East Thirtieth street; lot extra sire, 26>? feel by half the block. Has water and gas; near Ma.ll aon avenue. Neighborhood excellent. Cheap. Apply at 127 Bowery, In the drug store. "EM)R SALE-TWO OR THREE NEAT COTTAGES, J with modern Improvements, In New York and Brooklyn, will be sold at a great bargain If applied for soon. Price* from $2,S0t' to $A0UC. Terms to suit. Sold separate or to gether. Apply to W. BURR, owner, at l ower*' Hotel, from twelve to two P. M . any day this week. TOR SALB?IN CASTLBTON. BTATEN ISLAND, AT A t grrat sacrifice, a handsome Co'tage, containing a parlor, dining room, four bedroom* and kitunen, on first floor, with tee eel ar: splendid (rape viae*, fruit trees, Ac. Ten minute* from the terry For particular*, apply to JOHN F. U. KIN". 35 Wall street _ For s?lf- house i?? west twenty-second street; three stories snd basement, high stoop, modern Improve,ubnts In mediate application on the premises will ??cure i? bargain OH SALE HOUSE AND FURNITI RE, IN EAST ?lxteentn street, i pnoaite Dr IIyrut's; very convenient; modern Improvements, hot and cold water, batn, Ac.; house Bnglish basement, stone front fltx20. In good order, and will be sold on reasonable term*. Apply to B. H. Ll'DLOW A CO., No. 3 I'lne street r)R SALE?IN BEOOBLTN, A THREE STORT AND bxsement brick House, 178 Fort Grren place; aino brown f atone House, all modern Improvements, In l*ortland avenue, near Fulton and Washington park. Term* easy. Apply to T. B. JACKLl N, on the premises F)R SALE ON MURRAT HILL?100 FBBT F.4ST OF Lexington avenue. In Thirty eighth street, six small first .i... three story and high basement brown stone Houses, with all the modern Improvements, on easy term*. Inquire ?n the premises or 99 opposite. T7H)H BALK CHEAP?A HaNDBOMR COTTAGE HOUBR J on Forty aiith atreet. two hundred feel West of Tenth ?T?nu''; Croton. khs, miubie m?ni?ln. cornloaa, Ac.; will be ?old low, and on easy terma; lot ZSilOI. Apply nt Ma 567 Hndaon street, of EIIOKNE McORaTH, or neit door. F)R HA LK ??BAP?OKI <>R MORE SMALL UF.N leel brick llnn?e*, unfinished; for ??le at a frcst birum. Will be aiehaneed for any ileecrl ptlon of men h*ndl?e, Bmokltn lot , or neatern lands T h?T are beautifully si'u ?ted, on a wide street In thla elty. Inquire of J. P. TOWN IRND, 14 I'lne street, in the basement. For bale phkap?!??,' a?'rkh or lanp, ?h rear of Sl"g Mug Villa*' also a three story ll<uae. No rt7 Monr** street, also a ?nmll Karm on the North rtvsr, a Utile above Hyde I'ark. Inquire of JOHN R. ROBERTH, 111 Mvm<i atreet, or ?t9S?i Hroadway |IH)R HALE CHEAP FOR CASH-TWO FT*HT OLAH8 JP 11 on ma, brown atone froma, eontain'ng all the modern Improvement*. bmlt In the b?-at manner by day's work, Just taitshlng. Apply to ROBT. H COHt'RN, on the premise* Fortv seventh ni>et, ?>uth aide, near Fifth aranoe, or at 80 We?t Forty alith street. C.R WALK LOW-ON RAHT TERRH, SEVERAL PI RUT ?lais three story >irnwii atone high stoop Houses, on I Hftlcib atreet Apply at JJ6 Weet Fiftieth street.be Iwd Eighth iui? Ninth avenue*. XpOR HALE OR EXCHANGE-ATHREEBTORT BRI IK F House, with lot adjoining on Walu street, In the vlllagn ?f Geneva. Apply at II# Warren street. ??OR BALR OR BXCHAROB.-A COURTRT HEAT, with all teen acres ?f land. In Westchester county, will ?old at a >*rgain or exchanged for a bouse and lot In this ?"y, or a nonnl-v seat In aame county with leas land. The Mildlng* arc nevj and modern: hot and mid water, hath in abnndanoe; situated on mlnntea' ride from the da jfcVind ?'^,t.IH'VenUlrequire of GRKGOUV A CO., Unas arc ne.v and modem; hot and cold water, hath rrom, Ac. shade and frnlt trees In abur " ?a Few Haven rtatlroad. twenty mlnntei I^ulreof ?r rx<'.hanqe-a valuable piece or .' r"K *F< ?ia and ennntry Residence 'ombint d, almost iTtte Tillage jf J?tea, on the Long Island rallroid; btilld ,n* Jj* land, under a high mat" of cuitl* Tlitlow, adapted to t ha mllknr vegetable bnalnesa: n llbeei *?. n ?Pr",H'rly J nnetienmbered. or n> ?r|y ao; or for a lit n eel Pwceo* the Hudson river. Oan l.e tiad fu'ly T?. A'Mr,K" h"? I* Herald oillre (nrln branre. will In TfOR PALI? OH EXOHANOK FOR <HITY PR()1*RRTY? ralUoa I depot at New Rfabellc, and about two miles from thdpteambost limiting For partl?ilar* apply to FlMtlhn A BlTlt, wiarMe wirka, *? Feat HouaVm .tWt,orlVjoilN m. HiMD, UJobu?tn*t, up?Ulns ro??Na 7. "v 'n ?4AL.E8 op hhal bstatb. ^ F'OK BALE OR EXCHANGE?ALL KINDS OK CITY anil country Real t statu, cm uatung over two hundr-d F?nu? and country ReaideuON, contiguous to hew Vurk. witi? hue river ana lLlaiid vie? S. Teiuis moderate. a 6ETMOUB, MPine etraeL FOR HALE OB TO LET-WITH IMMEDIATE POSSES sion. the larg>- ci tuage Dwelling house, with aurnunding un.uuds, Fountain, Ac . situated ?o the northeast comer o? Twenty-third street and Nimh avenue. For particular* ap ply ioK*M bfcL COHEN, 00 Broadway, N. V. C>OK BALE AE TO LET?IN LEXINGTON AVENUE, r m ar Fifty-third street, a three story and busement House, brown atone front, built by day 'a work, baa all the modern improvements. black walnut stair*, and finished In the Iwat manner; will trade the same for lead or block tin. Inquire next door, or of THEO. PRATT, 118 Firet street. Alao a front and rear Bouse on Lot No. 142 East Fifty Ural street for sale. Foe sale ob to let?brown stone front Houses on Forty-fifih street, between Third and Lexing On avenoea. wtth all the modem improvements. Alao a Houae on Fiftieth street, between Second and Third avenue*. Inqnire on the premises. Forty fifth street Terms easy. For 8ale ob to iet?the premises known as the Harlem Smelting Works, with two lota of ground, each 26 by 100 feeC??uated in 136th street, Between Third and Fourth avenues Addreaa M. Warwick, 120th street, between Third and Fourth avenues. For hale or to let-in the village ok new Rochelle, Westchester eosnty, the old established Coach and Wagon manufactory, formerly occupied by Joseph E. A\res, and one of the wist locations in trie eonnty, together with Tools, Ac., connected with the trade. This is a good opportunity for any one skirting In 'his buainess. Terms rea sonable. Apply to S. P. AYkES, 174 Rlvmgton slreat, N. Y., or to J. P. ROBERTSON, Main street. New Rochell*. Fob sale ob to let-a valuable oolntry Residence at New Raghelle, on Locust and Hiwln ih avenues, containing Uve a^-rss, tin j, large Gothic h >use, with ancUned ptairas; line carriage h use and large bams The view from the grounds cannot be surpassed. For particulars apply to FlhHEit A BUM , marble works, 97 East Houston atrtet, or to JOHN H. BIRD, 62 John street, up siaira, room No. 7. For sale ob to let?between fobdhak and West Farms, a handsome Villa and outhouses, with from one to two aeres of ground, tastefally laid out, and stocked with fu.l jrtwn bearing frult trees. The house oontains hath, water closet. Ac . and has Istely been put in perfect order. Apply to A. M. CORN, 40 Exchange place. For hale or to rent?at Chatham, morris county, New Jersey, a new and desirable two story frame house, with If.; acres of land, five miouies' wUk from denot. More lard can be had If desired. Address Alfred M. Tredwell, 45 Fullon street, New York. IflODR LOTS ON THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF 1 Fifty seventh atreet and First avenuo for sale, to cart men and oilier* for building purposes. JOHN B. MURRAY, 264 Canal street, oorner Elm. House and lot wanted?by a cash pub chaser must be between Fourth and Eighth avenue* and Tenth and Twenty-tbird streets; not less than 22x&0 teet, w ith high stoop and modern improvements, Ac. Address J. J. J., Herald office. Lands in exchange for goods.?several thousand acres of choice Landi in the southern part of Iowa are offertd In exchange for Staple Goods. Boots and shoe*, Ortieerie*,i4c. Apply for the remainder of this week at the National Police Gazette office, No. 3 Trjon row, bA tween the hour* of ID and STOCEED FARM WANTED-TO WORK ON PIT ARES, by a thorough, practical tarmer, being thoroughly .ac quainted with I arming in all Its branches, also the raising and managing of stock. Address A. G. V., box 160 Herald office. TO MANUFACTURERS -?P ACBES FOR SALE, IN the centre of the thriving village of Flushing, fronting 900 feet on the river, the railroad running 1,960 reet through it, and the depot on It. 1 he most eligible location for manu factories, warehouses, wharve* or country seats. Ninety per cent may remain on mortg^?. ^ PBINCE, Flushing, N Y. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT A BARGAIN.?Mo dern brown stone Dwelling 64 West Twenty-eighth street, one ld<<ck from Broadway, three story and high stoop base ment, 20 feet trort by 4? feet; lot 20x100 feet. Two-thirds of the purchase mone> can remain on mortgage for live year*. I am determined to sell it. It is as valuable as any city pro|>er ty. and increasing In value. Apply to H. T. GREENWOOD, 7? William street. XKI ESTERN LAND, WEBTEBW CITY PROPEBTY AND vf some money, to exchange for a small Farn near New York, from ten to thirty acre*. New Jersey preferred Call at 134 Spring *treet, N. T. W. B. IEOERSOLL. WANTED?A SMALL FARM, NEAB THE CITY; A larger one at a distance, worth from >5,0(0 to $6.<I00, In exchange tor a good House and Lot, well located, in this city. Address Agriculture, Herald office, for one week, with par ticulars. WANTED?A FIRST CLASS HOUSE AND STABLE, not to exceed in price $10,000. It must be situated be tween Fourteenth and Fort} -second street, Fifth avenue, or lu the immediate neighborhood. Any one havit g such a bouse, and is disposed to offer It at a low price, can tind a cash purchaser by addressing A. II. W., box 1,407 New York Post office. ANTED TO BUY-A HOUSE IN BROOKLYN. JER. sey City or Hoboken, suitable for a small genteel faral w ly; price not over $2,000; will pay $600 down, and $300 a year af'er. Address Bilck, Ilerald office. TITANTED TO PURCHASE?A DWELLING HOUFE, vf containing twtlve to fourteen rooms, wi h alloonve niences, and in good repair; House to be situated west of Broadway and not above Twenty-tbird street. Price from $5,(00 to $8,000. Address A Hjuse, box Mf MM office. WANTED TO PUROHAHE OR HIRE?A SMALL TWO and a half or three story high basement brick House, in good order; lot about 20 by 100 feet, locatlou pleasant, be tween Fourth and Eighth avs. and Eighth and Forty-tifth its,, and in a street with sewer Price about $6,u00, of which a large proportion or all will be paid in cash Possession desired bet ore May 1. Address M, care of ,1 H. Wilbur, corner of bixtn avenue and Ninth street, stating location, price, Ac. (&(t AHA ?FOR SALE. A FIRST CLASH TWO STORY tfOiUUUi brick Mansion, 45 feet front, 40 leet deep; lot 51x120; a light, airy basement, cemented and floored; gas and wale ; all In perfect order. Terms easy, to suit pur chaser. Apply to ANSON PARSONS, 41 Warren atreet, llud son. H. Y. &7A Ann ?SPLENDID RESIDENCE FOR SALE, V ? U.vUU. convenient to tbo city by hourly trains: grounds b< autt: ully arranged; all varieties of fruit, and most desirable and pleasant place. TliW BGUTHWlCK A WOOD, 82 Nassau street. dtl IIHA nnn WORTH ok pbopsbty and *1.vUU.UUw thousands of lives ran be saved inriu ally by us ng Outten's Patent Detaching WhlfHetree. Call at 73 Nassau slreet. third Door, front, and see the model Part ner wanted, state and c iunty rights for sale. W. POWELL WARE, Proprietor, New York city. INSIKANCK. STATEMENT OF THE UNITED STATES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, In the Cliy of New lurk, No. 40 Wall slreet, For the year I860. Assets January 1, 1860 $57G,6C4 94 BBCsirm. Premium and charge for policies $200,621 20 Interest and rents 37,663 40 241 .V* 60 Total $617,939 04 PlWCUtlMTI. Paid claims by death .. $.42,085 00 Endowment and other policies purchased 16,06* 40 Dividends and profits paid with claims... 8,299 6$ Commissions, pBysictana' fees, tains, re insurance 30,136 39 Offioe exi*nses, advertising, printing, sta tfonerv 19,872 02 111,157 40 Mtm. Cash In United States Trust Company and on call $28,000 00 Cash In Msnhafan Bank 3,923 Oil ? a?h id Batik of America 'J56 M Cash in country bank*. 45148 United Mates treasury note* 12,744 19 New York City bonds 20,536 flfi Brooklyn City bonds .13,990 *U Bonds and mortgages 475,560 00 Re-1 estate in Brooklyn 8,560 99 Interest and rents receivable 6,293 .16 Loans on polisle* 44.621 09 Due by agents 19,246 97 Deferred premiums of 1860. 60,Vj* 38 Aa?e(* January 1, 1861 701,413 14 Total ffll.WW 64 There arc no leMea due and unpnid; no claim* in dlapule. All other lo?*e*. known or reported, amount to $13,0W. Whole number of policiea liwued in la#U 1,01$ Whole number of pollclc* leaued alnoe the urgaolzatlan. 8,661 OTHHM Joeeph B. C'.tlin*, shepherd Inapp, Luther Brndtiib, Bdward S. Clark, Jam?n Mijdam, Iaaae ft. Phelpa, Jame* Marah, Chnrlee K. Rill, John J. Claeo, ,'<>bn J. Phelpa, lhi.mi.aC. Doremua, Clinton Ullbe.rt, I?.ia<' A. Htorm, Jacob llaraen, John A Luqueet William H. Nolle*, .leflah Rich, Hanaon K. Corning, Charles M Conn"lly, John O. Baldwin, BenJ. F. WhrelvMignl, Edward Minturo, Wimon O. Hunt, Augusta* H. Ward, Dun U. Arnold, James Oallattu, Wa> h. R. Vermllye, Hermann (lelpckc, William Tucker, Jeremiah P. KoMuaon. MFmriLliiimiR, JAMES W. O. CLEMENTS, M. D. OnmvMina Phtiiciak, oto. P. CAMMaNN, M. D. Ac'TrA*T, N. U D*UEOOT. (i^mhii AaiRT, J H GATES. Proepeetueet, with rate* for lnjurance*, endowment*, A<? may be had Kr,,!l* on application at toe fllce. No 40W>?1I street. The in it triennial division of profiil will be made Msrcb 4, 1M>2 JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President J. Rami, Secretary. TBMH ANNUAL STATEMENT or THE MANHATTAN LIKE INHL'KaMCB COMPANT OF NEW YOKK. NO. 31 NaHSAU STREET, .larnary I, l.'Vjl Capital stock $1(10,000 00 Reserve ot 1 m 642.632 74? $?42,W2 7$ Dividend account ami all Indebiedneaa M&,0tnt 31 Dividend annuity account $676 '0 Premium*, citra premium? ?nd an initios received during (he year . . 419,971 17 ln4rrest account for the year 61,821 4fr? 472,9<W (!$ Accrued interest and deferred pre nniima not included In the ab<>ve or In (he receipt* 32,7*0 03 $1,3S0,SSQ $0 miiiiiniim Claim* by death on policies and bonua $99,420 HI Eipetise*. (axe*, medical eipennea, Icea nod wirmml'<n 89,890 42 R< in-urar.ec, purebaaed policiea and bonus 12HJI2:! 2ft Dividend* | a d during (he >ear 32,726 22- $310,180 78 AftSnTA, Bond* and moriga*'" $370 H37 fW Premium l?wn?? n policies In force . 4.?l,2Hft <H AKcni*' neemint* tor premium* and interest in course of oolleetlon and tmnsml**l?n, Ac ft9.9ftP 6K Real tat ale. 77,180 07 ( ash in bent and on hand 16,667 79 United since. State and city bond* ami Mock 7.1K7 10 Temporary Inakton bond* aud (tock. 46,260 0l>-$l,0ft9,ft30 9$ Total $1,3W.9HI 69 N. D. MOK')AN,T'reelAeiit. C. T. Wrwrt.it, Secretary. J. L. Haiskv, A??*l*tant 8?muty. S. N. Meant*', Actuary. r= ia>_ OPUHTMS. w awtep-a boll dcmi pop, or the ptvbst 1 ngu*b breed. Add/4a* Oof, bo* 140 Herald offlee. BOAKMAU AND LOIHilSU. A LADY WITH A ?MAI.L INCOME WOl'LD LI KB TO rami with i party of gentlemen willing <U> dU' an ar nu gement to Boaid for the coming year. An excellent I*ble anu o ui'orta of a good home warranted. The Umt of lote rriicr given and royilred. Address Mr*. A., Uedl'rey'* Uroad way Post ?flioti. AVERY KINK OPPORTUNITY FOR THOSE WHO are in pursuit of pleasant Boom* and good Hoard, at lid Sen'i d avenue. The house la Hint class, with all the modern imp) ovcmrnu. Avery handsome i\\rl?>b, bedroom commit Bleating, on se<*>nd floor, now to let, and on Wl of April, a front 1 arlor aud liedioom, with Hoard, in a select fmiily, house has nil the modern improvements. Dinner at CI* M. Reference required. Apply at lit Lexington avenue. A handsomely manBiD parlor and bed room, on the flint floor, aUo a neoly furnished front Boom, on third floor, suitable for gentlemen and their wives or siugle gentlemen, to let, with Board, in a suuul private fa mily. 186 Laurent street. A FRONT PARLOR AND ONE OR TWO BEDROOMS on second floor; also, Rormi for single gentlemen to rent, with board. The house In first cUss, and the location very c callable. Apply at 36 West Twc.fth street, near Fifth avenue. ABM ALL PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE A LABOE FRONT Room, neatly furnished. with pantry, gas, Ac., to let, with Board, to a genllemm and wife or two siugle gentlemen. Dinner at 6 Appiy at Ml Pike street. A PARTMENTS.?A PARLOR AND TWO BEDROOMS, 1 handsomely furnished, wiih or w ithout partial Board, at 74 Fifth avenue, near Fourteenth street. A NEATLY FURNIHHED ROOM ON THE SECOND floor to li't, without Hoard, to a single gentleman. Ap ply ?t 331 Broome street. AT 123 WFST TWENTY-FIFTH 8TRKET, BETWEEN Seventh and Eighth avenues, tnay be obtained, with board, a full suit of furnished Rooms?mo enure soeond Uoor?three Rooms and bath Room, or they will tie let sepa rately. Ample closets, w ith hot and cold w ater. Are aud gas, with use ? large double Parlor*. References exchanged. AT IfH EAST TWENTY FIRST street, ORAMRRCY Park?One large front Room, hands-mely furnished, on second floor, to let, with Board. AYOl'NO lady ENOAOED IN BUSINESSTHROUGH the day wishes to obtain Board In a family where them are bo other boarders; must not be above Tenth street; board must not exceed $6 per week. Address boi 4,522 Post otlice. A HANDSOMELY furnished PARLOR. W1TII OR without Bedroom ntuched, to let, in a private French fi.mily, to gentlemen only Breakfast and tea given if re quired. Apply at 224 Fourth street. Washington sjuare AT 17 TWELFTH STREET, BETWEEN university place and Fifth avenue, gentlemen or gentlemen and their wives can be aen mmodated with Board and furnished Rooms; house with all the modern improvement-!. Refer ences exchanged. Avery nicely furnished room to let to a gentleman; rent (1 fit) per week. Inquire at No. 160 Prince street, between Laurens and Thompson streets. A FINK SUIT OF ROOMS TO LET, WITH OR WITH out Hoard, on the first floor, No. 87 East Twent)-seventh street, third door from Koarth avenue, also a Room on the third floor; Verms very moderate. Call and see. An eleoantly furnished back parlob, with an adjoining room to let, with good Board, In the desira ble house 160 West Eleventh sireet, u-ar Sixth avenue; family private; possession lirmediately. Reference given and re quired. A SUIT OF BOOMS TO RENT?WITH BOARD. IN A private house, with all the improvements; furnished or unfurnished. Inquire at 123 West 1 wenty-second street, heft rt nee required. . PRIVATE FAMILY COULD ACCOMMODATE A FA A mily or party of friends with three pleasant front Rooms on reasonable terms, with use of well furnished Parlor; hou.ie pleasantly located, above Thirtieth street, near Lexington avenue. To desirable parties a comfortable home is offered. Address C ()., Herald oflice. ALADV WOULD LIKE TO LET TWO handsomely furnished Rooms, together or separately, to a Iviy and gentleman; board tor the lady only, in a small private family; do other boarders taken. Apply at by East Twenty eighth street, near Lexington avenue AN ELDERLY LADY AND HER daughter, WHO own a house with the modern improvements, and therefore are exempt from moving, wish to let several neat and genteel ly furnished Rooms to gentlemen. Apply at 242 Madison street, between Jefferson and Clinton streets. Board.?a suit of rooms to let, with board, separate or together, wlthtg&s, hot and cold water. ba:h, Urge pantiles, Ac., in :i small family, where there am few board' rs. Inquire at No. 9 Rank street. Stages pass within ?ne block of the house. Ref?renc?s exchanged. Board?Clinton place -to let, with board, to a family ors'mile gent era. n, two furnished front Rooms. Apply at 01 Clinton place, two doors east of Fifth avenue. Ktferenres required. Board.?two or three single gentlemen can lie accommodated with Rooms and Board, at 2$Cot tage plaoe, between Houston and Bleocker streets. Retic ence required. Board-$2 bo-great reduc tion in boa rd - Comfortable Rooms, with excellent Boiird, $2 AO to $3 per week; ladles and families suited; a nice parlor witii ; isno; a wiitchma) all night, and lodgings for single and mar ried persons. No. 48 Lispcnard street, near Broadway. BOARH-AND A liftHH II001 KOOM FOR A OBN tit man and wife; also a couple of young gentlemen. Linnrr at 6 o'clock. Reference exchanged. Apply at 40 Bleecker street. Board.?to let. with hoard, at 1:57 second avenue, between Eighth >md Ninth streets, one nicely lurnishtd t.oom, on first floor, suitable for a gentleman aM his w Ife, or two gentlemen. Rei ere rice a exchange! Board wanted-full or partial, by two young men, In a respectable family; Irisn prefeired. Addiess, with terms and particulars, M. O., box 167 Herald < Iboe. Board wanted?by a yocng widow lady, in a plain Amencan family; where there are no other boarders preferred: terms must be moderate Address, with full particulars, Mrs. I)., station A, Spring street, tor one week. Board wanted-mther in jersey CUT, ho boken or in the vicinity of Harlem, hi a gentlemin and his wife. Address, stating particulars, terms, Ac , A. H., box 1,436 New York Post office Boarding -a front room, df.t tghtfilly lo cated, with full or partial B>sird, also, a small Room. Dinner at six. References exchanged. Apply at 72 Second avenue, oorner Fourth street. Boarding-< omkoutabi.k rooms, luiok ano ? rra!l. with Board, ran b< obtained at 119 East Nineteenth street; a nloe Room for a gentleman and n Ife, at t9 per week, " room at *4 for a single poison, i ears. lti<li.ding lire and gas; a small n Apply as above. Convenient to ( BOARDING.?TWO LARUE, WELL FURNISHED front Rooms nml our single Room to let, with tint class Heard, to sinele gentlemen or K'Utlemen nnd their wives, at ioi Broome street, one block west of Broadway. Terrna $3 M to $4 per week. Board in Brooklyn.?a few gentlemen can be sreommodhted with foil orpnrti&l Hoard, within live minutes' walk of the South or Wall street ferry; Itrgtw small Ko?m*; bath, cm. and all modern tmprovcmcuta. Ia quire at MS Henry street, corner of Congress. Board in Brooklyn.?pleasant rooms for a ?MMMIMkllWife or two single gentlemen, with Hoard, mil be obtained by applj leg at MI7 Amity street, one door from Henry, Uouth Brooklyn Dinner at I o'clock. Board in south brooklyn.-a gentleman and wife can be accommodated with good Hoard and pleasant Rooms, by spplylng at S3 Harrison street, second door from Clinton, eoovernei.t the ferries. Board wanted in brooklvn-bv a Yor\o lady, in a small, quiet, unobtrusive family, where th re arc no other boarders, or with a widow lady; the la tier lire ferred; a pleasant, well furnished room with good board; payment In advance, If required. Address l'arton, box lie Herald office, with full particulars. I Board or Brooklyn heights -a of.nti.eman and wife, ?nd two o? three single gentlemen, can be ao eemmodated with Board, and pleasant double or Kingle Rooms, at 1M Willow street, Brooklyn Heights, between Fulton and Wall street ferrys. Brooklyn heights ?partial board for oen tleinen at No. 57 Cranberry street, between Willow and < olumola streets. Room* with water and gas. Sltua tkin desirable and convenient to Wall street and Fulton ferries Brooklyn iieights.-one fine, large front Room, on tin- second floor, to let, to a gentleman and wife, at No. 6 Willow street. A few minutes to the ferrlnM. Dirtier at 6 o'cloek. Also one hall Bedroom, on same tltr ir, for a single gentlemen. C'HBAP FIRM8HED ROOMS AT THE FRANKFORT ' House, corner of Frankfort and William streets?Good ft ?< tns from $1 to $3 per week. Lodglntfs frimi 26 oents to .17 cents per night. Open all night. Qood reatau>ant attached. /COMPANION WANTED- BY A LADT WHO LIVRS IN \ her own house on Twenty third street, near Broadway, a youi.g lady of refinement. o?e who pisy? the piano la here ? ifered a good h"me, In exchange for lessons ^n the abo'.e. I'll a*c sdcress for one week Mrs. William Morternon , Cnton square Pont office. WIRFNCH BOAKD IN brooklyn.?ONE OR TWO r semlewven can obtain good Rooms and Board In a French family. Apply at 1(4 Clinton street, Brooklyn. TiMFTH AVENCEOR MADISON AVENUE PREFERRED. J A single geatlrman deefceea home In a strictly private family, where the ladles are musical. The highest references will be given Address Athf na 'im. Herald office. Ltl HMHIif D ROOMS TO LET?SOME AT fl PER P week; also four Rooms, with bath and water, on one tics r, tarnished or unfurnished, as required. Apply at irtl Mmt street, above Broome, Stages and earn convenient to all |.aiis of the city. |?n RNISBED ROOMS.?TWO LARGE HALL BED ? rooma well furnished, on third floor, to let, to gentle ?ten; partial Board It desired. Apply at (11 Bleacher street. Fl'RNISHFD ROOM and BEDROOM, ON SECOND floor, with or without Hoard, i uentlemen otilv, at 1,142 Broadway, one dour above T? nty xlnh street, east sido. TjH'ltMSHED HOT8K IN HOBOKEN, NEAR THE r ferry, to let?Thn e stories end basement; has m<sl rn improvements and la complete: house contains 12 ropnn Kent $y<*V Apply to B. BALDWIN, 91 Liberty street, up stair*. tjpCRNIHHED ROOM. WITH BoAd. TN A SMALL I* house, occupied by a genteel FrencOTamlly, without chil dren. Inquire st 36 fast Twenty fourth street, between Ma 41*' n square and Fourth avenue. Good chance to bouirne perfect in the French language and mnsle. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?wrril LARGE PAN trles, In a tirst class house, with all the molem Itnjirove m* nts, on second snd third floors, with Board. Small fsmlly, ?lih tew boarders. Reference* eicbanged. Call for three i davs at II# West Twenty first street, between Slith and Seventh avenues. TjH'RNIPHRIi ROOMS-FOR HMALL FAMILIRS OR r slngie gentlemen at 13t Elisabeth street, near Broome, frrm II ]0W Ml t>er week, Parties In search of eheap com for able Bonus wonld do well tu call and see them. Home wanted in brooklyn.-a sinsls gen tleman desires a pleasant fnrnlsherf Room, with ful' or E'rtisl Board, in a privet" family; location In the vicinity of afayetie avenue, between Fulton and Clinton av--nu?s pre feired Beet of references given. Address, with perticu .tr*, Corytks, bos l,8?7 Fost effiee, p. r. BOAKDINU AMD_l<ODGI*?3 (TeVTLFMEN AND Till IK WIVES OR SINGLE GEN J tlemeu c?n be ac commodated with pl<-??art Raox??, <*ilo Boaid. litferrno** r> quired. JUliiUti at 6 o clueA. Apply at TM Went Fourteenth street 1 N THE HOOF. OK a small family one ok two 1 well l*i elahed Kooin*, with a.I modern Improvements, to r?-nt to gentlemen IniU'itttf required. 64E?at Twelfth street, new Broadway. NO. ITS EAST THIRTEENTH STREBT ?TO KENT, TO gentlemen only, a haiuUomely furnished Parlor; also, A Boom on third Beer. Reference* exchanged. _ ONE OR TWO GENTI.BMBN CAN BB ACOOMMO dated with a nicely I urmshrd Room or Bolt ol Room*, lib *<iod atteudanm, ia a private family; breakfast ir ie qulrtd. Apply at lv/9 West Twenty second street, near MUUt avenue. ONE OB rWO GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACOOMMO dated with W nicely furulahed Room or suit of Horns, with kOfcd attena n. In a private family, on application at " Westlwenty fourth ttreet, a frw doors from VUlii Avenue Hotel Breakfast If required. ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN CAN BB ACOOMMO dat-d with partial Board In a private family, at CO Amity street. PUS AS A NT ROOMS, WITH FULL BOARD. SUITABLE for a gentleman and wife or single gentlemen, at No. 1L. gecond avenue. Reference* given and required. Rooms to let-furnished, single or in sunn, In the brown stone house 33 Bowery, by the week or the month. House first flaw, furniture new. Reference da. aired. Inquire nu the third lloor, of J. W ABERTON. Two 11 ITS OF ELEGANTLY furnished APART nieuts, containing all the modern convenience, to let, gether ( r separate, with or without full or partial Hoard; also single Rooms lor gentlemen, on uncommonly moderate teima. -?PP'> "t 910 Bioadway, between Twentieth ^ud Twen tirht streets References?xcliauged TO LET-ONE LAROE ROOM, SUITABLE Foil TWO gentlemen; al?o on-' small one, on the upper tloor of ll*> Ninth street, near Broadway. Dinner at 6 o'clock. References exchanged. . TO LET, WITH BOARD -ROOMS FOn FAMILIES OR single g< nileiuen, at JO West Twenty ninth strect.be tween Broadway and Fifth avenue. O LET?SOME FIRST CLASS FI'RNIKIIEI* PARLORS and Bedrooms, suitable for gentlemen and their wives or single (tenth men; meals cx.^ed lo order In the restaurant style, u?tl sent to the rooms; house rontalns all the moderu improvements Apply at 1111 ble-cker street. WA>TED?NEATLY AND COMFORTABLY FURNISH ed Rooms. complete for housekeeping, by A party of two without children. Terms to $.10 per month. Kefe i*nors exchanged. Address M. A. B , Godfrey ? Union square oatoflice, - | WANTED-BY a LADY AND GENTLEMAN, A COM foitable Bedroom and I'arlnr, with Board for the lady only, in a house with rood- rn improvements, where no other ooftrder* are taken; location (between Twelfth and Tulrty seventh streets. Address A. B? Madison squat e Post othw. rANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, A PLEASANT FRONT . . Room, In a respectable private family. Terma mode rate. Address K., box No 2titi Herald othco. ANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN AND LADY, TWO unfurnished Rooms on the second lloor. In .t modern house between Bleecker nnd Fourteenth streets, with Board for the lady. Address I . K S., t>ox U10 Herald otlioo. Ilf ANTED?BY TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, A LAHt.E, YT well furnished Room, between Canal and Fourth streets, near Bioadw.iy, with tire and sua and partial Board. Tetms moderate. Addresa K. G., box 'J.CM4 Post office. i?BOARD AT SO WERT HOUSTON STREET, ONE ?jp?>. block liom Broadway. A gentleman and wife and three or men can have Board fur $3 per weea each. The houae has all the modern improvement*. W f>/> WEST NINTH STREET.?TO LET, WELL FUR ^jO uiabed Rooms, with hot and cold water, unliable for a gentleman and wife; alao Room? for Mingle gentlemen. 1) inner at fell. Reference? exchanged, la mm moderate. df'ICi ?EXCELLENCE WITH ECONOMY. $36 FAT? S)00 for board, fuel and washing, with 1 fir 14 weekt. Brick bulldinga, the Urireei. beat arranged and beat sustained Boarding Seminary In the Vale; a graduates course for lad las; joung man prepared f or Wntuoilw college, a denarlmeut lor lads and misses. Bpringtennffm lioness March W. For circulars or for rooms addrese Bev. Joseph B. King, Fort Bdward laatltute, NewJTork . rj(\ SPRING STREET, TI1RFE DOORS FROM BROAD I y * :iy ?To let, several handsomely furnished Rooms, to sinale gentlemen. "flit location Is near all the flint class hotels and place* of amusement. Reading room free. Inquire of ANSON HOUSE. ___ QO GREENE STREET. ABOVE SPRING.-ALSTON HO House. Elegantly furnished suits of Rooms. Ua*. Croton and every soavenience lor housekeeping ?x>nomically. Partlcnfari/sul(able for small, reap,stable families orslu?le gentlemen. Bent low to permanent tenants. 1Q7 MINTS &TREET, FIFTH DOOR MTES_T OF BBOAD 1?5 1 way -To let, a second ll.ior, eJe^autly furntahed, writ able for gentlemen or a gentleman and wife, or will be let fo* a centeellmsluen, alio a single Room suitable for one or two gentlemen. ? ?t ra PRINCE STREET?ST. CLAIR HOUBE.-ELB lOO gautly furnished Kooms, with Bedrooms attached, ? ith nil the convenience* for housekeeping cortplete, inelod mg g.is and Croton water, to let to respectable lamillea or am gle gentlemen. 1 cn EAST TENTH STREET, NEAR BBOADWAT AND I ()(7 Fourth avenue?Handsome furnished 1 ront Boom, suitable for gentleman and wile, with a good table; alao a va cancy Tor ?ln?lc gentlemen, with or without Board. Terms moderate. - IOO BI.KF.CKKK NTKKK I -TWO OBTHKKE lOtJ gentlemen and :i gentleman and wife can be nocorn mouated v^ith pleuiaut iiooma and Board. Terma moderate, pinner at 6 o'clock. . 199 TI1IKTY SECOND STREET, BETWEEN EIGHTH , ,, R,?| Ninth avenues?A large Boom, with hot and cold water, grste and pas, to let, w i ll Board; I)oujm> and ocv tlen very desirable, aud U>rmB r?'a?<inable. UenUeman and wife preferred. 201 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.-TO LET, Willi B< ard. a very largf* pleasant Room and Bedroom at f | l? aru, a *ri, ibiup I ?" ??" ?? ,, tached. for la gentleman and his wife or two single gentle in,Dinner at 0, breakfast at 7. Beferenccs exenanged. Ot\l* WEFT TWENTY-THIRD STREET -A SUIT OF .ZUl) furnished Uooms to let, with Board, for a gentle man and family. D.nuer at S o clock. Relereuoes ex changed. _ sy/.O BROADWAY. BETWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH I \)0 streets, a Iron* Room and a side Room on second A (Kir; I/.th rr om on same lloor; to let to g. ntlemen, fur niched, wei^araie or tf^eilier: houee newly furnished aud lnu all tto?iern iroprovementa. Wn BfOADWAY.-TO LET. ROOMS IN SUIT, FOR |t)| families or single gentlemen, also lor d'jetoror law olliccs. tl-OTHINO. ABETTER 1'RICE PAID FOB LADIES' AWT) OENTLB m?n a cagt off Clothing than elsewhere; al-o Carpet*, Furniture, Jewclry.A*. I guarantee to p?y the following prices; from *7 ?'>$&'? rai'l Tor silk Dresaea; 1 rom $2 w $18 for Coat* and from $1 60 to $0 for Pant*. A noic by post uunctu.il ly attended to by B., l:V4 8ev?nlh avenue, between Nineteenth and Twentieth atne'a. Ladiea attended to hj Mrs. K. A GREAT DEMAND FOR CLOTHJNO?L VDiES AND gentlemen having any caet off Clothing. Kurnltui? or Carpet* will n-eeive the lilghaat price by addrwalng or calling on A. II ARRit, we Third avenue. Ladlaa attended to by lira llari la. ATTENTION.-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, IF TOD want to get the full value for your cast off Clothing, FniDltare, Carpet* and Jewilry, the beat you can do la to aend a note to K. fl aKRIS, 146 Feventli avenue There you may be convinced you will be dealt with to your *atl*faction. For allk drraaea, fiom $7 to $.'#>; lor coats, from Ulo|U; fi r pant* and rests, from $1 upward*. Phase don't forget, IM I math avenue, near Twenty-Unit atreet. Ladiea al u ? i by 91*. Ilnrrla. ABBTTEB CIIANCB TTIAN BVER.-I HAVE JUKT received $6,001) to purchase caat off Clothing for Chlo* pi, 111. LMMMigmUemen, If you wtah to get a fair prtoe for your Clothea, (arpets, Furniture and Jewelry, and to avoid being humbugged by false offerer*, the beat you can do U to aend a note to B. Mint*. 7V Htxth avenue. There you nay be, tonvlnml you will be dealt with to your *ati?'?ctioii. Ladiea punctually attended to bv Mra. Mlntz. 79Hixth ave nue, between Eighth atreet and Wavcrley place. Arahb chance -ladieh and gentlemen. I have just received $.'>,1*0 to purchase ?a> off Clothing, Carpet*, Furtilture, for the California market I pmrol'f lp Giv ihe highest price for them, by calling on or addrcaeing V. ills, yy Se\entn avenue, near HarestecnUl street. Ladies attended by Mra. EUta. All pebhons following a good advice will never fall. - I-adle* and gentlemen, avoid being hum bugged and <*11 at once oi addn ** a note by p?*t to II. U A K ItlK, S63 Bowery, there you may be *ure to dl?po?e of y..ur caat off Clothing, Furniture. Carpet* and Jewelry at a fair price, and not be humbugged. For *llk Dre*aea, from $7 to $30; for Coat*, from $3 to $13: for I'anta, fmui $1 and up ward*. ladiea attended by Mr*. Harris. 36.1 Bo werv, oppo alte fourth ami (treat June* itreeta. AOIEAT DEMAND FOR clothing.?MDIEH AND gentlemen.?Wanted, a lot ol r?*t off Clothlnp. Fuml ture, Carpet* and Jewelry. I pay the best prine?for Milk Dressee from $.1 to $35; Crate fn m fa to $lo, lor 1'ants from $1 upward*. I'leaec call on oraddr?>a M. AHKVHAMS, Zlt Seventh avenue, between Twenty fifth and Twenty.sixth ?trecta. Ladles punctually attended toby Mr*. Abriham*. ABETTBB CHANCB M*LL-LADIES AND GENTLE men. I have a gre.it deman I f'T rvasi .,|f Clothing, Fnr nlture, Carpeta, Jewelry, *e , for the We.tern market I wll pay the following prlcea ? for *ilk Dreaaea, from $8 to $26; for' oat*, from $3 to $M; for Pnnta. from $2 to $6, Pleaae call on oraddreaa J. Auliait, l&l Heveatb avenue, between Twentieth and Twenty first ?tree<a. Punctually attended. L?i1Iks attended by Mra. Anhalt. A GREAT WANT OF CAHT OFF CLOTHING, H RN'I ture. Carpet*, Jewelry, Ac., Ac , to anm.Iy th.< Western market 1 pay aa lollowa:?From $lo to $1Aror Silk Dreaso*: l ams $;t lo $?; Coat* from $C to $J0. A note addreaneil to Dueaa, 316 heventh avenue, will be punc tually attended to. I,arii< * attended by Mr*. D IIOTKIiO. Albion iiokl.-private family hotel and Hoarding lli,n?e p'enmnt and well furnlaheil Rooma, In sinta (,r *lni;le, auitahle for married or ttngln gentlemen; uaenf liath.gii*. Ac ; suges niideiir* pas? the (fior, U-rma moderate; No. us Hudaon atreet. corner of Cbarlen. _ T. LAMBERT, Pr ipMetof. C1IIBBTNUT GROVB HOTEL, NEAR VANl'KRBILT'H ) 1-arillng, Staten I*land, to let. with Immedlata poawa alon.?The lioune contain* llfty room*, with gas and chande lier*; the ground* are ettenalvo and elevated, and It la al lowed by all w ho have boarded ttem to be the moat dem'M. ful and convenient spot on the i*lund for anmOMr meoit. Apply at .CWHacketi *ireet, south Brooklyn, oral tkoVandnr bill Houae, near the landing Pabkbb HOt'ftB, BOMTON.-1HB ADDniON TO THI$ I'otel being completed, with nperlor accommodation* for laolea and gentlemen, will he onen?-d on Monday, Fehrua ry 18. The house |a complete In all iu appointment*, and It la the Intention of the proprietors hi make It worthy the patron age of the travel ling public. H D. PAk KKR, JOHN F. MILLA MBBTAlRAHTg. khU ('OfROY, AT THE EXPRESS, Wl NVHAU A street, will receive A He I.lniviln to luiieli, thlu'day, bf tw.*n he hmij* of U A. M. Mid 2 P. M. "rrHERE 18 A TIDB IN THE AFKAIM OF MKN J which, taken at the flood, l"ad? on to fortone.'' PPR V ( BB took hi* tide al the too>l and It is leading htm on to for tune. Ill* Wen nine PhlMoeiphla Ale, at Uir*?- -enta, 1? arof Ium In ItMlf. No. I CovtaiDdt atraet, comer uf $rj*dw?y. * street. irsTjsaSJ^L?,oa" wSuS.?!?E? cently occupied &s a cooiwnw <u a<(n.?..j >< / r the vrL aaiffif^^S3?sss yffiu,3.'<,rlnNew"r6> Tu<>?- J PKITriURD^ri ?sssi?s and B load way location th? mrint * 'roin (/goal HtrtM-i lighted on ail h?>*??#( k ? ocntralj buildings are h"u!; *]??*** MHnt of *upetior acconimmhitiorm at n i^'r ' artiei in r!La^.sri;thdi- ? 35*1*8! ?^M,Sro^w"y- Ap^10 rro let-FIVE ST<tRY STORK 11 WATt'li htii ?6om0U.r ^ A,,"ly 10 E S- JAyiiEH, 115 Mmmu ,5" rro I^T-the THIRD STORY IN' i?, ?( wmv * t-i?. ^uu' Xe rom^ny! T? liET?T1IB 8TORB 191 CH AMI1ERH HTRRRT hitt c^tioi. for Rufe'trjiT,' "f^u ,r0r/'mlUr ' a food lo-' HKT" *?? nn una jMament Beui-e No 211 ?.. n' m'iA."? ?ur *u>ry m.nta fai, ,r,:m a A m to 31" m!^?. ,m?,P0VB T?h.??^ JE,***., p"; - T?J?a5 T"K TU" 27*** btobt ?mi-* idi) ann .11 lb, ,*^eD John litre?**** Apply tot * liUrcHlNuH"'^.1^ JOHN KoiiEKs, 186 Hit-acker ati-Mi a * Apply to guerre an gallery. *'"**? A fln? Place for n cU to leh. A MUbU. "meoVl. I ?aE25 f*?n *2?*5,,VDI"f> KStfteste?'.wjj'aifas&w's'js f rat rate water powar; .1 pr^tTlirU"t> '? * Mve book bindery and j noting ?euMUl^P.^i.ff ?2J?um or Dukiun Klatefl p?p?r, 4c The "?- ? ' w1th machinery <* C.. Will JlVlwci 10 reipotllUhle IMUrtire'?PT2l A""-, ? ni and Offer* grttt luduormeata. Inquire 0f*A "n rHi JbR. comer ot F ulton and Pearl atreet. rod A 1)EBK ROOM TO LET-IN A riNE OFFICE T7 A^julra at Mo. 0 WUlUm street, arcun,l HighC ru)J?" A9^R!AinoTBL T<? RKfT-THB RATIONAL, AUTO mTth. J' ? ? <" ?*"? and Emerald atrooia Amii? on the prrmt?e?. or at Id Broaway, up atairH. A L?m??iif tT*"?K'> HOARDING HOTTBE TO LET rhin/.I l . ni,ur'' for uln cbeap for ca*h. A caultal aU'd hi (inlof^k "k^10 ""?r 'Wa btula' u, a* It la ititu aii'11 V^VTV Impute po^ aiuiwcr ^ K,? oflloa Agenu ne<-d not "o^Jknd Heal'irwi ' ' C,jUe0" A Emh at," u * In Mrf^t o^U?"R ON Eurnltuie lor hai<' at a i*a?SSfil 22^?? ?er> denlrable; ?1,400. w LouSSS^r-rSf; - R,,,\t of Uou^ ?"?11 1 - ? * CO., 271) Fourth avenue. AUANDSOMELT FDRNI8HED parlor wiin .,n rooiua, to let. for houaekeenln? liL,' 1 .JW1 BED" private boune, wit It all the mixlefn fii'mn?.. R'k.'m? ln a or rarl;,?, on flr,t KMnSTrtSSSK5 V*0^.""' raaa. nal.le terma. luqulre at m Hrlu^ iVrlL, ' i" *}? "a weat of Broadway. rnnoe ?treat, ? few doora TJROOKLYN.?THREE BLEOART 8TOREfiTm77lT T^odwobth b hall to ijbt?for one tear S~s?s?raBsa?giMS First olabh utoke to let or lease -vx>avit ?(reft, b^twren RroadwHyand Kim Ntr*^( adluinhii? Mr' SiSaSSfS Ijll'RNISHED UOL'SE TO RENT?A small. VFATT v i.-i.wu^ur'K.f.a^CErsra VORNISHED UOUSE TO rent, LeVhR Olt VoZ part " ^1?^'""' " r?ut ?' d Kurnltur- In K'RV?M and BEDROOM to LET-Sl-IT m. nt for >h?e?Hmi oiJ ivA*-fa,"rJ CpURNISiiED HOUSES in TviswCTivirrT. 1 hlrty"(Mri; "fffiy^SSSd.'^ftSST^^"y fourth. in 1 W/?ty.i5SU?r* Ap"tolC"t ?? , LOCK i l'irTMAN, 25 Bond street. I arenuea. Apply to JOHN MaCLAVB, ftlT^n.dyK1?h* TT?^ to LET AND FURNITURE FOR satp a gg dreaa box l.tflg f0ht ,)!llce ' p,y 61 w 1 ??*" "tPeet, or ad ^^j?-gfer5nBy SSbrwsc LA^n?8^JUL?Y(ii.5ANT^?. ?KA? VOt.R TO lET-WITII STB AM POWKR?LARGE ANI) SMaI.L i'.ouma, 22 and J4 Fmukjort atreft. Inqulre of W. I'OUNT NEY, in the building. rLET-FOR A RESTAURANT, THE BASKMKNT aouthweet corner ?f Broadway and Twelfth *tn*t. In the building with lodgca, Ac.; aluo amall Htorei uud I'.ivtna Apply to .If>11N K K tlx >. 62 William *trvet r LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, FROM 1ST Of MaT the Secoud Story of houae No. 448 Fourth ateeet, inr Second avenue, mn*l*tlng of twe P .trior*, with folding doori and Pantries. two llcdruouu and back BMemeni. Can I*: aeen fiotn 2 Ult 4 P. M. TO LET AND WHOLE OR PA RT OF FURNITt/RE FOR ?ale?A neat three M07 and burmrnt llouw. with all the modern Improvements, altuated In the Eighth ward. food neighborhood. rent $4MJ. Addrew Docor, llerald <>(Bo>v TO LET?THR HOITbE NO. 114 WRST TWELFTH utreet, between Slitli and feveeli avenue*, a fine loca tion, and thr honae I* fined up . tth 1 very c?. ivenience. Ap ply at the office 246 Greenwich street. TO LET-IK HOUSE 1..W BROADWAY, TUB STORE, back R otn, Bedroom. baaemenl Kitchen, and two email Room* in ditto with gaa, fixture*, Croton water, Ae. ; retil, ?''^<1 per vear; also, the Third Story, eonaiating of two large Riotn*. roar (melt ditto, closet*, wardrSea. in , wi'h n*. flitur>?. and water on th" tlooi ; rent, $MB per year. Inquire ou preauaes, oral IW Fourth avenue, eui i>er of Twei: ifc Ureal TO LET-THE FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY BAM nient Honae*, No*. Ml and 343 Weat Thirty Ofth Htrect, n plete with all the modern Impiovementa, brown ?W>ne faont to ercnod floor, l>irge Nty wind w. aiitn*ry. Italian and Lis bon mnrble mantels: vestibule marble, whII* hung w tn geld and peail paper: hall* with bl ?ok marble, h.ud?ome g?- fli lures and chandeliet ?. 'peaking tube* Ac., all in goo.i order, rent $700. Inquire 01 H. SPARKS, 337 West Ihirly Af tb at. TO I.BT?THE TWO NEW FOUR STORY STORE(L now being finished to haad'ome *?yle, No*. 97 and Vt Sixth avi nue.nrar Ibe .1. fleis.ni Market. The ttorea are large, 22 by 90 feet, blgh ceilings, plate gUs* window*, and all the modern improvement* The loft* will be let separate If r cquirtd. Apply to L MCYDAM, IM Waver.cy place. mo LET?THE TWO STORY AND ATTIC HRICK HOU-K A 31 llarrinn street, ti Y., attitable for a h-strdlng house or lager bier saloon. Address J. A. Marab, 67 Wall ?trret. TO LET?A BROWN STONE HOOKS IN THIRTIETH atreet, near Fifth avenue; also No. 12 Wan tn place, rharle* ?twt. Apply to N. ROE A S. D. WILSON. Jul Vartck atreet. TO IET?STORKS NOS. 8 AND ? ??OAD STREET. Offices on earond and third floor* Of No S Broad atreet; *;*<> Olives < n third floor of Bo. 6 Broa4 street. Will be lei low. Apply to A. J. DKLATOUB, Wall atreet, near Broad. TO LET-A FIKXT CLASH PHOTOOBAFII UALLERV, In Ike m<>*t laablonahle part of Broadway. Kent ran low. Addr*** A. B. C., lleraJd office TO LET-A FURNISHED fOTTAOE, WITH LARGE Garden attached, containing nine Room* pleasantly altuated ?Ithin thiee minute*' walk of depot at Elizabeth, New jer*ey, and thr. e .|iiarte-? of an hour from Jeraey (Mtv, by train* ninn nn hourly. Very henlthv etrellent Befehbor. hood, Ac., A" I Hi-tlrulnr* Inquire*1 26 Verrhant*' Rxehange. TO LBT-FURMISII9D OR r-BFl RNIS1IF.D, THR ihree and lialf utor* brl< k Honae 310 Wm Tw intl eth atreet, with all the modem Improvement*. Apply'in the premlee*. TO IKT-SriTK, OF FOUR ROOMS, ON TIIK FRENCH plan, In the tenement h'Miae No. 7?Ore.>ne xtreel, with every erinvenleure f. r ?mall r *^??cial>lc famllie*. Bone other ner<l apply. Call and look at them TO LET?HOl'SK NO. 200 IIENRT STREET, NEW York, four *torle? md in perfect order; bath* md water clneet* In ae.-oml end third atoriea Apply on ihe pn-ml*' ?. THi LET? FrRNIHHXD OR I NFl'RNISHED, HOUSE No. SI Wa?hlni?ti n plaee, four atoriea high, auHAliln for pr vate lamily, boatdlng houte or ?lub honae. Poe*'iiakin any time. Inquire on the peemlaee. T) LET-IN SOMKBS, WESTi'HESTER COCNTT, A Honae, Stable nud abont lour nrrea of Ornund, the re. *lden--e of the late F. I. Coffin l? I* near the llarlem RkII. wnd, IS tnilea (r >m Purly'* stitlon, or Croton Falla. Audit tnG. (I. COFFlS, I'oat office, New lorknity. TI o LBT-THE COTTAOE HOUSE, 138 WEST THIRTY* fourth atreet, bet wren Seventh and Fight h avenue*. Rent f6i? per ann iie Inquire of B. T. B ABBITT, 70 Waah Ingtog1 atreet. New 1 org; or lu the evening at M We*t Thirty fourth "trtei, ' HOriEl, ROOM8, ACi, TO I.ET. TO LBT?A NEAT HToRE AND PARLOR, ADAPTED for bar tier, segar or fancy store. 620 H*htli s venue, !* tween Forty third and lorty iourth streets Kent low. In quire hi next >lon rPO LET-THE HROWN HTONE P.NOLIS1I EASEMENT 1 House, No 7 Llvti galon place, ? ut sl''e of square. Carpets, Ac , for sale. Inquire on ike premises. TO LET, WITH IMMEDIATE possf>8ION_TI1 K IIO te| know n as the W asbingteu Ilou?i', northeast roinar of Canal aud Lauren* ?Irwin To a responsible i.artj a two years' Iran- will be given ApjHy to RICHARD UhEKN, J7J ( anal street, corner of Laurens struct riVl LET-A TR BEE HTORY ANO BKHI stoop HOUSE, i 31) fret front by UK) feet deep. First ciasa location he Iwe. n Fourth %nd Lexington avenues. Is in excellent order, and contains all modern improvement* Will be r- nsediea caielui lamlly only. Kent $760. Apply to J. PETUIE, H I ark plare. TO LET?FURNISHED rooms IN A PRIVATfif HOUSE, corner of Fast Broadway and Rutgers street. Inquire >u Ibe store Ittffcaat Broadway. mo LET-TO A SMALL RF.PPFCTABLE FAMILY, TUB A. "Pl^PSr10/ ""uaa22$ West Mneleenth stroet, between &i#btu and hint b avenue*. Can tx? n?cn from 1 to 4 o'efc**k. TO LET?THE UPPBR PART OF HOUSE NO. 104 Madison street, to a small family. TO LET?THE SECOND FLOOR OF NO. 24 ANN street. The premises are very destraide, and may t? rented from the present time till May, irt6(i Inqjlre In tbn office of El Notlcfoeo, to Ann street. r LET?STORE MO HUDSON KTREKT, CORNER f)7 (?ansevonrt, suitable for a grocery: rent $2."i per munlh. Also tirst Floor. 4 room?, 18 Gansevoort street. rent $11. In quire of Mrs. E EAHTON, 648 Hudson street. r LET?THE LOWER PART OF TnE DWKLLINU House 126 First avenue, near *1. Mark'a place, tepleui wWh even m dern convenience, consisting or parlors anil lnrae dining room on first floor, front basement and k'.Uhen, bath, Ac.; bedroom on upper Uoor. Apply to D. O'OONOR, 42 Wen Sevi nteenth atreet. TO LET OR FOR HALE?IN WASHINGTON AVENUE, Brooklyn, mil th of Hates avenue, a three stery Kng ? lish basement House, 16' ,*4ti, lot lift feet deep, also In Cler mont avenue, north of Lafayette avenue, a three story Eng lish basement brown stone front House, I6*,x44 feel, wltfi bath. gas, Ac. Rent $376 and water rent, and $4601 Roth ara delightfully situated and desirable residences. Also, on Hamilton street, Brooklyn, near Myrtle avenue, a tatty fraaif) House, two stories. 26 feet front, snd two l^its of Oroond. Apply lo ALFRED M. TREDW RLL. 46 Fulton s reet. New York, or to JOHN UOULD. 44 State street, Brooklyn. TO LET OR LEASE?THE BASEMENT (108 PWBT deep) of, and several Ann OHIo,* in, the new building 88 Nassau street, between Fulton an4 John streets, itls i3ly. Appiy to FRANCIS BYRNE, 132 Nassau street. mo LET OR LEASE?THE TWO NK'ff MODEL ENfl i. Ush basement Houses Nos. 201\ and 29.* West Nineteenth Street, between Ninth and Tenth avenues, with all modern Improvements, hot and cold water to fourth stories, bathing rooms, water closets, front and rear vaults, front and rear stairways, mirrors, Ac., will be rented to good tenants at moderate price". Apply for farther particulars m Messrs. ROOME M WEI.LH, 167 Ninth avenua. TO LET OR LEASE?THE HTORE AND 1ATTH 104 Walker street, with or without HuumraflNfcJfply lo EERR A MOROAN, 161 Centre street,. - fTV) LET, LKASB OR FOR 8. 1 terms, two Lota and House on 1 ft-MMlreenwIch st, Honseand Lot No Brooklyn, on the Heights, House ant ner of Poplar street; House an I Lot I Carl street; CA Lota, In one parcel. In _ lumbUi street*. Apply at toe Krankfa street, room No. 1, up stairs. ??? I ajiii' r RENT?THE HOUSE NO. 83H HROABWAT, NOW oerutiied by the Eclectic Club, being 36 feet front and with the ainlnK room extension 73 feel deep: Is lilted up for the above purine, with double eellar, two kitchens: and thn atl'c la arranged for billiard rooms; it has a Mde enlranoe en Thirteenth atr* et for aervanls' use: the first and seoond ttoont bave been recently painted, and further necessary rspalrti will be made. Apply lo E. H. LUDLOW A <30., No. 9finest. 6 r?st^a large house, with 1two AOIWMOF ground; stables, out houses, Aa.; the house Is very nwmy, has ^ss, Croton water, Ac., and Is slluit'ed on Eigbtr aUih street, between First and Seoond avenues. Apply to HENRY U. LEEDS A CO., No. XI Nassau street. TO RENT OR LEA*E-AT NEW HRIOHTON, STATBN Island, one large Mansion, furnished; also, two Menses, with all modern improvements: gas. bath rooms, Ac., stable, coach houses, fruit, flower ai d kitchen garden*, with several acres of ground to each; situation unsurpassed ?od within five minute* of the ferry. Apply to CHAKLE8 K. HAMIL TON, No. 6 Hanover street, Post Bnlldinga The following houses, furnished and un furnlshed. a~e ofl'ered to rent, to private families only, by E. H. LUDLOW A CO.. No 3 I'lne ttroet:? furnished. No. 112 9th at , near Broadway, 3 stories, brick. No. 12 West I2tb st., noarKlh av , oompleV-ly I urn is bed. No. 64 East 17th St., first class, 4 stories, brown stone. No. II West lath St., 4 stones and basement, handsomely furnished. No. 12 West 21st st., near 6th av., high stoop, brick house. No. 24 West 17tb st , completely furnished, bonse .*2x(H. No. 108 Ea?t Xth at., 4 stories, brown stone, English baa* mrnl. No. 6 East 34th >t., near Sth av., 4 stories, with immediate possession. No. 44 Weat :XSth st, new and completely furnished, 17 M rooms deep. No. :i4 W est 40th st . 8 (lories, Fnglish basemen',3ftx<5 feet. No. ^62 Sth av., 6 stories, l>m*n stone, fully furnished. UNFURNISHED. No. 838 Broadway, large 4 story brick house, near 13th it. No. 26 West llth St., near Broad *?j, 3 story nrlek. No. 14 West l'.'th at., 4 story lingllati basement. 26x70 feet. No.38 Fast 12th St., near Broadway, iLcludiny gis flituiCA and mirrors. No. 16:i West 14th st, 3 story and attic, high stoop, 26x66. No. IKS West 14th St., near ?th av , extra Urge yard. No. HI West 13th St., near 6ih av , 4 stonr brv k, 22x70 feet. No Ni East 17th st , second d /or Has', of Union square. No. 43 East Wth st, between Broadway and 4lh av., high stoop. to Kaal ZZd st. near 4th av . Fnallan hiux menL brick, av., 4 No. 48 Earn 22d st, near 4th av , English ba* ment. No. 2/<6 West 211 th st , opposite Theological Semin'try, No. .11 West 26ih st , Mtween Broad#ay and bin Story, high stoop. I No 32 West ;t;d st , handsome English basement. No 22 Fast ;i#lh St., ginxl House, tirown stone, front. No .16 West 46!h st.. 4 stori?s, high s'oop, brown stone. Mndlson av.?2 lloiisi s on the eiut side, near 41st at, and Buiny othi rs. Aiq ly as alwve. IiO M!LLINfc!l8.~T(7LBT. tTie"t'8E OF FURNISHED Purlura, for millinery. In the house w Ith a first cl .au dn srm.iker, neai Broadway Other Rooms if <leaired. Fee piutlculars spply al Cludius' fancy store. U 1ft Broadway. mn ELM STREET, NEAR SI'RINO-FURNIHIfEO <L\ "I Apartmett* for Irami'dUUe isy'iipaner. The lowest rents In the. city, considering the oouveol"uc> s for eoonomlaal housekeeping. Beet bedding and furniture, ?fth cooking utansila and Liossi complete . ga? and Croton. WATCH KM AMD JEWKLUV. _ C~REAT it AIU! AINU I m ?TEWM.RT. The subscriber hiving hwii appointed agent by Ore ef th* Urg*?t uianutacturmg Jewelry kntabliahn.ent* In this esen try, having immense Hod a on band, which they are delir u incd to reduce at any sacrifice, he ia now aelimg their solid (.<>,<1 snd Gold Plated Jewelry for the next ality day*, at ail Immrnu reduction The Bubm-rlber having he?n Id the Jew - e!iy bualoeae hrie for the pant twenty Ave yea/a, the rablto can depend on every article being precl?? ly ax renrnsealed lit tvi ry renin I "l he s< .ode are all it ell made, and will give en tire satisfaction to the purrhaaer Mn aif, i ava, (Jural, Ac., Earrings and 11m, f& a set; tttUfcl prler 912. Jet, Gold Stone (lamet and Enamel Earrings and Plus, ft a Set; uaual price f:0 Tur\uo1ae, Carbuncle, Mosaic and Lava Earrings Mid Pima, f.l a net; naual price 4k. Mosaic La'.a. ('arbunele, Uarnet, Ac,, Earring* and Pint, |1 a set: uaual prire K Coral, Funnelled, Carbuncle, Lava, Ac., Earringsa&d FiM? $1 a ?et; uauil tirlw Oval Band "raeelera, %?> each; usual price ffi. Oval Rand Bracelets, fl each; uaual price $4. Klcbly Engraved and Chafed flat Hand 11 race let*, |2 (M; u*ua! price ffi Fngraied and Chimed Flat Hand Bracelets, fl eaeh; anal prlie ft Chain Bracelets, $7 each; usual price f.V Chain Braeeleta, f I each; liaual price f4 Onyx Mud* and Meere Buttons, $1 a act: usual price $4. Carbuncle, Enamel and Coral Hleeve Buttons, f 1 a set, usual price (4. Mfaa<s'Aecklsees, Coral, Garnet, Ac., fl each; moal prtM Children's Coral Armlets, SO cents such: naual price fl N. Cbl'dren a Coral Necklaces, fillcenta each; naual prteefl Ml l.adle?'Chaielaine Chain* and 1*1 na, $'2 each; uaual price ft. (lentlimeti'a Wat Cl,..in?, fl each: uaual price f& Lot keta lor Daguerreotype* or Hair.fl each, uaual price f& (lent Vmen'a heal King*. 12 each; uaual price ML Li dxa Kluga, with beta, fl each. uaual price f& LaOlea' Ear> >nga. |2 a pair; uaual price f& iridic*' K.irrtngr. fl a pair; uaual price $4. Ludiea' Sleeve Buttons, Ml cent* to fl a aet, uaual price f 18f to 93. (lentlf men'* Pieeve Button*, SO centa to f 1 each; usual priM f 1 80 to f.\ Genlienien'* Stud*, 311 cent* to ft a art; nanol or ?????? Ileal Jet Brieeieta. f I eaeh; uaual price f& Children * Finger King*, 26 centa to f I each ; tiAfc) priee fl to f.'i. Otntlemen* Scaif Pin*, 60 centa to fl SO each; usual price $3 to f4. Ladle* realJct Pine, fl eacB; usual price f.\ I.idles real Jet Purring*, fl a pair; tiaunl price f3. Alio, no'd I "en* and Pencil*, Toathpicks. Watch Ray*, Bell Buckles, Chain Pin* Crease*, Hteel Kelt CUspa, Ac. Oooda ?# nt by mall or tipreae to all parte of the United 8'eie* and C?n;id* free or co*t GEORQB C. ALLEN, A rent for the mfinnfaetorcr*. wholesale and retail, 41S Broadway, one door oelew Caaal e'reet. ANTROLOUY. A BONA FIDE ABTROLOOIHT, THAT BTKBT ONB can de|>cnd on, I* Madame WlLBON, who tell* the ab ject of year visit as soon as you enter her room. lateM Wilson 1* the greateat aatnloglat th.it ever was knnwi Hh?t will Invoke the powers of her wonderful science, and te" all the eTenia of your whole Ufa. Her predictions are - a true that they snrprlae every one that oonanlts her. Nome ladles may fat a little timid, though the) seed not fear, fo'she prac tice* nothing bnt what is rea?onable to phlkjsepoara. All should nonault this most wonderful and mraisrtous lady. He* advice ha* never been known to fall, and twenty thoueanA dollar* reward to any one who oan equal her la the Mora science Madame Wilson la In p-aaeaslon of the selsbrajaA maak-charm*, which are e*er nettals In jhelr eject. Truly itiaTwt be called a wonderful woman. 1* Allen Ifwl, ^ tween Houaton and Stanton, orsr the bakery. Fee far ladle* and genllewien, lOeenia. A BTONUHIH" -MABAMB MOKROI _A daughter, born with s caul and gift of fm _ ^ how w?n and often you will marry, and maay events, eren your very thought*. Fee U ocnts. W? Ludlow atrweV Wlaw Hmiaton. Oentlemen not admitted. A iTROLOOV.?MADAME LENT CAN BE CONNCLTED about lore, marriage and absent Irieada Hbe tak all ?!>e erenl* of life, at 154 Motl street. Ladles, ]ft centa; gen tlemen, fcioeuts. She cauees speedy marriagee and give* lucky number*. VfADAMK RAT, MO SBVBNTH AVKN>E. NKAB iM Twenty aerenth atreet, snn>rl?ea all who TtaitWr. The *i< k. troubled and unlucky should test her power*, flbe tells your vrrj thoughts, lucky numbers, loaaes. Ladlea, 7b oeatat gents, M) cents. Nmm~B-WHO llAB MOT HBaBB OFTTTN CRLBBBAT' ? ed Mme. PKBWBTBR, who has be?n eonsnlted by thou sands la this and other ctliee with entire aatlsfeetlonf ft ha feels ooa&detitshe haenoeuual. Tells the name ef fotare wife or hua',and, and that of her vlsl'er. If you wlah tratM five her a caa.lt, at Ml Third avenue, above Twenty first street. Ladles, bliri nil; gentlemen, fl "\V* HOW oFLD NOT do WIIERR FORTl'NB Ifl ?-00 v v ye, sea Miss WELLINUTOB, the grmi BagHsh pro pbstass, the beet of all, and cannrt be excelled (Jan haeen* stilted, personally or by letter. o? all alfslr* of life, esaeernlnff law suits, iournevs, absent friends^ lova eonrtakip, narrlan, health, wealth, si d who will reclalw drunks*1 and sn'althnil tine bands Miss W. Is the only persna a thto #ty wks ha? the genuine Roman and ArsWan tanmaaae f<w fcve, Uick, and all hnslne** affairs, aad ar" gnaraataw^ tm If*. He lay not to consult HU ostursllyrfrud anJ ^asttfulrfaaa lady, lucky n imbera slven High y reipa^ahls stly refa rences can be aeen at b?r resldenoe, I'Jl Slilh srsnoa, sppa* 1 site Eighth ?tret.