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mim, bat at a decline of to. a Mo p ? barrel.
Tbo sales embraced about 16,000 bbla., within le'dUow lag range of pilous ? BopcrOne State . $4 1# a 8 23 Extra date, good tochoteo 6 20 a 6 40 Superfine Wester* 6 10 a 6 2t Common to choice Western extra 5.0 a 7 25 Mixed to straight Southern... 6:5 lit) Straight to good extra do 6 '0 a 7 25 Choice extra f amily and bakers' brands... 7 ? 6 a h no Rye Hour 3 80 a 4 06 Oom metl, Jersey and Brandywine 2 86 a 3 16 ?Wheat wan in lees demand, with sales of ati xil 48000 bushels, at $1 46 a $1 60 or white ant |l H t II W for red We*tern $1 211 a $1 32 for Milwaukee cl-ib, 41 20 a$l S3 for Chicago spring Orrn s-eaiy, with Htlea of 46,000 bushels, a* 61c. (or new an 1 66c. a 64c. for old Western mixed. 67o. a 66c for Southern yellow, mi 72c. for white no. Rye, barley and oat* are unchanged. Covens was firm and tolerably active, with aaloe of ? qoo beg* Kio at llxe a 12^c : also 300 mats Java at 17c and i60 do. l/igoayra at 14'fo. Onto* ?The ma-ktt was nrm. wl'h sales ?f about 1,000 bales, closing at 12,'4c. a 12J4C- tor middling up Moos. Kwhohts.?There was rather more oflaring, and among the engagements were 6 000 bushels wheat to niasg >w at lid , in ship's bags 11(60 bbls. llour at 3s 6d., d.Ooo buvhtds wheat at lOd in balk; 12,000 do , in ba^s, it lid ; 10,030 bushels corn, la base, at ?\d., and 10,000 burhcls com, in bu.k, at 9>?d.; 100 boxes bacon at .We. To London 100 boxes bacon at 36s , and 3,000 bate, hour we-e engaged at ;is 4Kd. a 3s 6i Bat was quint and nominal at 76c. a 80c Miu.asm* was steady, with sales reported of 600 hflH. Cuba, which were not traced, at p. t., and 30 hhds Uar b*d<* s at 30c Naval Stosjm ?tubs of 200 bbla spirits at 30c. a 30Ku for straight ar d xhlpplug lout dtxitberu. PKovwiohN?fork?Hie mar k? t was firm, with aides of 800 bbla. at 817 ?0 for m< sa $13 for prime, and (10 for clear. Beef wusthmarid in lair demand for the trale and for rxpoi t. Toe tales embraoed about 360 boU ul $6 76 a ft) 60 for country mess, $4 87,N, a |10 25 for re packed mess, aid $10 60 a $11 60 for extra. Cut metis were steauy, with Bales of shoulders at 6->,c. a ri\a- il Uamn at H t,c a 8?^c. i.trd was in fair demand, with sates of 370 bbls at 9%c a 10>,c. Hatter ana chcive were qutet, anil price* unchanged. Rick ?Sales of 200 casks were made at 4^0- a 4>,'c. SutixKH?The market was steady, with sale* of 800 hhde , chiefly Cnbas, at 4\e. a 6\c. Messrs K. L. it A. Smart have established the fullowing prices fur their re fined good*:?Best quality luaf si gar, 8;,c per lb ; bolt qiAuity cm-bed sugar, 8Hn-: circle A cm-bed sugtr, 8o.; granulated sugar, 8c ; giouud sugar, 7J4C.J white sugar, A,7>4e ; yellow euga-, C, 7J?o. WiiiaKar?The market was firm and the demand fair, With sales of 400 bbls. at 18>gC. THE DRY GOODS TRADE. The following is a comparative statement of the im porta of foreign dry goods at the port of New York for the week and since January 1:? Pbrfkeuerk. 1869. 1860 1861. Entered at port $3,461 986 1 672,104 1 2)0,072 Thrown on market... 3,403,866 1,412,791 1,241,720 Since Jan I. Entered at port 36 116,765 36 245,196 21.826,941 Tbiown on ui&' kct . .36.291 037 36 882,494 25,221.323 The above statement exhibits a decrease in the enti les during last week, compared with that for the same period last year, while they were below the amount tor the *a mo period in 1858. The aggregates since Jwouary 1 ?how a laige decrease, compared with those for the two previous years. The annexed tables give particular.? Entered tor oonsu option? /**?.?. Put nr. Manufactures of wool 622 $161,262 ?' cotton 683 184,148 " Silk 363 181 <? tlux. 703 140 044 " miscellaneous 2,623 79,723 Total 4,894 $794,006 Withdrawn from warehouse? Manufactures of wool 427 $161,272 ? " cotton 605 112,?v9 " silk 159 117,176 ?? lux 172 40.855 u miscellaneous! ,037 26,723 Total 2,400 $147,71$ Entered for warehousing? Manufactures of wool 209 $55,673 " co'Xon 518 122 696 silk 373 10i>.129 " 11a 1 614 142 .120 " miscellaneous 3,526 29,619 Total 6,2(9 $456,067 Th* trade during the ptst week had form" 1 no oxo ti tle? to ibe prevailing dulness which bus character!/ d M curing the preceding wteks of the seaeou. Belwe 'U the war movements or the government on the ouo hat; I, arc the operations of a change In tho revenue, laws u th*-other, DusinesB eouiiuues t<i be paralyzed. Those in the trade In many casee say th it they cannot reoolleet Hey period in tp'il when burincm was so unsatisfactory. Ceoit 'S nearly suvpeij fed ainids". the general distrust of the future, and the volume or tl.e l oar by trade, includ ing that of the Kast anl" West, so far he* materially dis appointed expectation* we have no change to not.oe in stapi* Comer tic geods Heavy cotton drills, as well as brown iheif nge and shlrtirg*, were Hi good deman 1 for export Other articles exhibited slight tluctu >tieua, wbi e sales were moderate. Several amnion Bales were held, seme of coDSidnrable magnitude, but the goo is Orrgged and many lots were passed. Foreign good* were dull and business inactive. City lnulllgeiice. La emu of Book's Scow, Tin Sornr Caroi-iva Yea. trr'ny noor?and not on -.Uurday, as soma j uirnals ag. sened? the launch of iho first of Alderman Boole's uc w flct took place at Oreonuoint. Tins fl>"'t ifl to con-oat of twelve scosb, e<' b asvwnty feet long, tw nty feet w. le and five feet deep, and tho boats arc to be used for the transportation of Hackluy's street dirt, if he sha'l evo get aay io transport. Tho ecow launched j eater day w.n pamted black, named South Ueniltna, and of a niM which would have made Su ? ra mad with jea'ouay. ,\1 dermen Buole officiated In person, sad at the word lite stays were knecked away ai.d the craft ''glided into h-r native elcmont." A small but select p-ir-.y waa present, but tbey didn't see the ch impugns and fixings which h id bten so liberally promised. Iju.it MgiiY Kav. Dr. Cahi.l.?A lecture by this dfetin* guiabed divine will bo delivered at the Cooper Instituio, to-morrow (Wednee.'ay) evening, on the Catholic doc trlne of rransubetintiation- -a doctrine which forma one of the great points of drflbrwn e In controversy between Catlioi.es and Protestant* The proceeds will be used to expedite the building of St. Michael's church. Taumaay Hau. Elsctiok ?a meeting of the Tammany Society was held at tholr hall last evening, for tho elec tion of ofltceis The gentlemen named upon the fiTJow. t. g ticket, headed, "The Union and the constitution ' were ceclured unanimously nected ?For Sacuems?Joan A. lux, John Kehy, Isaac l> 11, Jr , Elijah F. I'uroy, Wil liam D. Kennedy, William Miner, Deorge E Baldwin, Rlo-iard B Connolly. Wilson Small, .lamee B Nicholson, Noieou J. Waterbury,Douglas Taylor,Henry V.indowat-.r. For Treasurer?John Y .Sciva^e, Jr. For Hecrstary? Cbspor C. Chllds. For Hagamuro?(loorge 8. Messerve. For Whklnkio?Btepheo C. Duryea. Mliilag Howies Feand. TO Tim SUITOR OF THE HERALD. Wan Farms, April 13,1861. An inquest was held at WiUiamsbridge, on Friday, 12th in t , upon the body of John Dow nee Austin, a resi dent of Boston, who bed been missing since the 27th of Feb. nary last. Deceased was snbjeet to fits of Insanity, Mid escaped the vigilance of hie brother while on a visit to New York. There was found open his body a gold waich and thirty dollars is Mils. His body has boon sent to Borioo for interment. An inquest was also held upon the body of an unknown man found in the Fast river, near the South Brother. Had on a blue frock . oat, drab pautaJoona, blue cotton nndeiahirt and muslin snirt, low shoes ano cotton sto k togs. 'in bis body wss (ound a pocketbook containing a five dollar bill and twenty cents, a tu um ot keys, threw gold studs, naturaliza ion papers of James (I'Sulltvan, issued in Humour County, MMMM also a subpouii, wherein .lames O'HuMvsn s plaintiff, issued by Coruol-.ua Van Vuorbta, laq , Justice of the District Court In tho city of New Yoik Verdict of the Jury, "found drowned." B. B. VaLKNCINK, Coroner. Prnosal Istelllgrsce. Tbomus N. Dale and taimly.or farts; H. <?. R'ggs, ef Washington; H. Harbarlgbt, of England, and M C. OAs rrdut, of New Orleans, arc stepping at the Breevoort Bouse. Antonio M De Ze?, Vioe Consul of Spain; Dr. Cbar'es rbeips, of tho steamship Fulton; R F. ken-trek, of *1 buy, and t.?orge K-rap and wife, of Now York, are slopping at the Everett House. C. F. S. Thomas, of Buffalo, <}. T. Be Id in ?? and wife, of Chicago; S, H. llurKor, J. P. Kanltlo, J 8. rlenslead of Outturn!*; A. rtoft, of Mobile J. Wrght, of Dhl.'a deipbta, and P. A. lalnc, of St. Louis, are stepping at ti t Metropolian Hotel Hon J K. Porter, of Alb my: CapU i- Pratt, of England. Caption lltompsun, of Bo> dent >wu J. W. Wilcox or Fntla deipba;K. fown, of Detroit Stephen Smith, of Tirooto; J. nndtn, of Kingston; A. Weich, ot Saratoga; J. Dunhuin, B H. l'oit?eT ami J. H. Cement*, of Boaton, are stopping ?t the Ast<>r House. Judge Paige and Prof'csor Parsers, of Schenectady Judge "inker, of Albany . Zadock Pratt, of Prattevtlio, Y. K V'Htinun, of Ht Loom.R B. Montgomery, of A Is bams, U CMo drutl and wife, or ButUI?; H. rrewbrUge sad W. Boslwiuk, of Now Raven; 8. Ikiwuer tunl J. 0. Ctl-itf, of Boston, S- P. Turner, of turonto; W. S C. OtU, of on si, arid J R Chandler and wife, Of Fh.Utdeipbla, are stopping at the ht. Nicholas Hot* 1. Dr. S. I. Bigekiw and family, Dr. L. Verdlego, J. H. Btbr'inbu'g and lamuy and Vise Walker, fern Parte; M. I/>tko, of Italy; L F. Terr ul, of Yirg'nla; C. B. Hlbbard ano W. Hail, ot Alabama; J. f. Atkin.rou, .if Ma'yuuid; lYsncia Hoy a, Sidney Sargrnt and D. N. ll vkeU, of Bjw Wn, are sP fipicg at Ui? Fifth Avenue Hotel. Court Caleadar-Thlt Day. Corsv or ArrsAijr.-~.Nes* 43 to el, 63, fit 68, 69. Firm. St itin Diw t Cnrsr ?Now. 41, 42, 10 to 17. BUM** C"> FT?4brc.?iH ?fort I ?Now 9M, 977, 979, 981, 987, 989, 991. 903 , 49l?, tool, 1003, 1006,I0V7,1911, 191ft, lOlfi, 1017 It'lljUO/3, liili. I'art'A ? Sue 128, Jt4. 786,78s, 700, 792, 70d, 79H,8tM.H03, 100' 100" , M 7o? 764,701,494, 18') 114. 756.378,092, 80S apOCUl form.? Now. 290, csft 29-t 801, r.0-2. H.?, tot, R9'?. DM M, ,110, B12, 318, tt9, CB, 181,291, II, ti, l'Js, 07,189, |4g, mgu (ows'is l'isas ? tojoiimeo f.-r tne f-'m ??IsftftR fWW.?Part 1 ?Now '8i'. 1070,1(183,170 '. 1711,1W, l#ss,947,1*>7P, 7M 19V1, 11W.4J7,1177, t'.s Dart 2 - N A. 732,811. ????, 74?, v.Vl, II St, 028, 12A8, ]262, 1294 12Id, l.'bd. tele or Pftors ??<! Slip* bjr the Coaiplrol* hiwUrttl bipruvmrat Im Prices. Pursuant to atlTcriwoiooai in oil the dally paper* fur several week* poet, Mr. Comptroller H?we sold jester day, at public auction, ssveral piers, slips and other pro perty, for the term of fire year* from the 1st of May next. The sale took place In the library at the City Hall, and a numerous ooUeotion of bidders were In attendance. Tbe bidding, as will be seen by the result given below, was very apirttod?the piers, As, bringing mucb better prioes than ever before. Ex Governor liuke officiated as auctioneer, and began the sale at noon Tbe following will show the amounts per arn am bid, together with the names of the successful purchaiere.? EAST KJVSR. No 1 South or lower half of pier No. 31, foot of Jam a Street, foi |900, to C. 1) dlish. No 2. North or upper liaif of pier No. 33 #1.100, to A. J W loans. No 3 South or lower hall' of pier No. 34,$1,400, to J. J. titcks. No 4. Die bulkhead between piers Nos. 33 and 34, #1,760. to S. 11. Hoed. no 6. I'llr No. 33, foot of Market street, #0 -00, to J. H Leeds No 6 North or ppper half ol pier foot of St in ton street. #175, to Geo Hrowa. No. 7. Iter foot of Twenty- fth street, #300, to C. I), Bh-h. N.i 3. I'ier foot of Sevt nty ti.nth street, iii5, to Geo. 0. HurucB. IKiRTH KIVKH. No 9 North half of pier No. 34, #3,7<K>, to H. B. Far r In it toii. No 10. Pier No. 48, $2,700, to Isaac E Chambers. No. 11 Pier No. 53, SI 726, to Was. B Cutler. No. 12. Pier No 64, |l 960, to Wm II. Cut er. Also, at the same tune and place, the following pro perty wis loosed:? No 13. The two upper lofte of the front building No 61 Ann street, and all of the building In tho rear of the ?ar:>e, for a term of Ave years, irom May 1, 1861, for tCtO, to B. W. Shipman No. 14. The entire loft over Franklin Market, for $250, to John Cbnley. Nu. 16. Al>o,for a term of ten years, the houses and lots Nes 1, 3, 7 at'.d U Water street, lii-okjyn, near the Fulton ferry, for $1,726, to J?uii-s How Tbe. conditions imimted on the pur chasers were the fol lowing:? lhe lessees to pay at the rale of ten per cent jier an num, of the cost of constr iction, of all piers extou ie l dm ing the continuance of their loaee, from the time of completion. Vessels to psy wharfage according to tho laws of tho state and tbe ornluancrsof the Common Council; and the besets are to be bound by those laws, as thoy may be altered from time to time. No wharfage is to be charged to Hell Gate or Sound pilot boats, nor to the boatu belonging to the ships of war of ihe United States or foreigu nations, or to the United States navy yards or garrisons. the Corporation reserve to themselves tho right to bnild now pi?rs and rebuild and extend those already built, to build bulkheads and till in behind the same, and cloatse such wharves, piers and slips &? they may think proper, without claim or pretence of claim for damages, or deductions of rent whatever, on the part of the tes stes No deduction whatever will be allowed for damage by reason of any as knees or epidemic that may prevail ta the city, or any emission to dredge out the slips oa the part of the Corporation, during the continuance of the leases. The losses will contain the usual oovonauts and condi tions, except such changes as ore necessary to meet i he alterations made in the terms by tho rcsolu lions of .he Commissioners; also a ciuuso allowing the Cor|>orn tion to take aiy pier or wharf, or poiti m of the some, for Corporation uses on allowiog t>tbe leasee a fust am equitable compensation or deduction, to be determined by the Comptroller The lessees will be required to keep tbe wharves and piers in good condition, and safe and proper repair, in cluding < specially the siring pieces and superilcial por tions thereof, far safe mage, at their own expense, and to give a bond for double ihe amount of tbe annual rent, wllh one or more sureties, to be approved by the Camp tro'b-r, conditioned for the payment of the rent quarter yearly, an i the fulfilment on their cart of the covenants of tuo lease. If any of the piers or bulkheads should be out of ro pnir en the 1st day of May, 1861, it is expressly oondi tinned tiiat no abatement or deduction in tbe rent shall be claimed or allowance made to any lessee for reason thereof; and tbe Corporation may ut any time make such alteration and repairs as sbail be doomed for the interest of tbe city. Ten per oent on the yearly rent bid for each parcel, and the auctioneers' foes, to be paid to thn collector of the oity revenue, at the time and place of sale; and a wi Up n stipjUtnn tube furnished by tbe bidder from one or more responsible persons, to the eiiect ibtt he or ihey will guarantee the pay tu n. of the rent, from tho tlret CSV of May, and that satisfactory sun t> shall no giver wh"n the lease and bond are ready to be executed. The ten per cent, when paid, will be credited oa the fl st <|m tVr's rent, or forfeited if the !e-sces do not give satisfa tory surety, and execute the lease and bond as soon as ttoy hive notice from the nnance i eoytamut; aim ihe Comptroller may,a', his option,resell th<? wharves or p'crs bid off b y those failing to comply with the t"i ins w a'we; an j i) e pirty so fatting to comply will be held liable lor any deficiency llial may reaalt from such re sale. No perr o will bo received as lessee or surety who is deni quern on any former )SS si from the < inornlion. No bin will be accepted from auv pyrsou who is in arrrar to the'V?p. ration upo i cebt or contract, or who is a do f.ulur rs security or otherwise, up. any ob'.igatkea to the boiporatK-n. (see 47, ?f charter of 18ST.) Anniversary ??f tba \rw >?rit Port So ciety. The forty th rd anniversary of this society was held last oveniiu; to the large lrisereent ball tf the Cooper In stlttitc. The a i'lienco was very siuiil, owieg doubtless to the uni'st orable state 01' the weather. Mr. William Ws. ker was iu tho chair. The exorcises wero of a very litei-rating dessriptioo. Tho Anthem "Whon tho lord shall bail I op Zion'' an I several appropriate petlrai being rung by :hc choir of the Mariners' church, under th'- di rection of Professor Goo. W. Fee t. Addresses m. .table to too crr.Mk>i\ were delivered by Kev. K. 1>. llltcVack, l ev. 11 S. Huntington, Rev. Chvl-* J. Jou<s an 1 Ctpt. .-an. el FJl'ott. The addresses we;<? strictly o;' a religious nutuie, an 1 contained but lew allu.-ious to the politicU ev uw Of Ihj day. Ih? annual repeat was read by the Corresponding Becrctuy, from which It appears that tho number of BK labels nf ti e Ma..'tiers' church Is API?a la gy ad \uj-eet, the original nvmburshli of fusty in March, lt'ii Tbo pastor, K<-v. Charles J. Jones, lias paid 194 visits, attended 295 marling--', da iivortd 222 hddrcsfes, and bjs besn called up? by 4,7*4 pe'Hi ts, of wb.ih number 1 7M wore aeiniuo, and with almost all of wnom religious conversations were held. Mr Joe ph H tl.irdoer and Captain Samuel Kdfott hi' . e been employed as missionaries, visiting families aod also Hiiltu bourdirg houses, distributing Bibles and rclig.'ius tract.--. Froin Hour reports It appears thu a la?gc li'ioe i-.e his 'aktn p'eoi in the number of converts, and much good is ?>xpeeted to result from their labor", the nsefulBcss cl this society Is much cripple J by a d bt of flO OtO cn tUc.r church. A collection was taken up durirg toe evening After elm-lug the 117th IMalm the benediction was pronounced, and tho audienoedispersed. OUPAKTNKRSHIf* SOTICKI. A PARTNER WANTED-IN AM OYSTER AMD DIMIMO tl Saloon, with a capital of (700 The applicant has had )"Dg eipenenoe In the bnshiew, and is pes pared to Invest a llaes mot PL By calling at 20 Sswao atreet, room No. (, 1 nun li. to 13 and 3 lo ft P M., lor one week, lull periioikara can be given. PARTNER WANTED?WITH A BMILI. AMOPNT OF mi'oey, say (3,'UO, to be u?ed In a sale, sad lucrative buslaeWL Address Of. o Herald ? thee. PAK1Nk.lt WANTED -BKBWIN1 AND MALTING. Ibe "uyserlber, wUhirg to eatend hl? bustaem, 1> do?l rous to tenure a good rami me pnrtu? r, with (4,(Mi to (5,urn In en?h The Birwrry Is well e?tabll?heil and doing.; g;<db-i*l uei-*, and tia? all Ho-faeil'tie" tor doing ? lain* trade. Hail rrads diverging In all dlraolioaa N. A. ? S?iu?fsci<*\ n fw Mie. required. Addre-? e. T. Twiner. Sterling Brewery, W biieeloe eounty, Illinois. T3AK1VERSHI1'.?A YOt'Nii MAN, HAVING A UOOD I manufacturing business, 1" deairvua ot gi illng a good prae'.leal ircebanle with a "mall amount, to join him and at trnd.lo the operailug part The Mi-lm e- will pay a hnud a-.Bie piollt, and unctreptlonable reference# given. Address for two Vaya W. Wll'et, boi 149 fleiaid odioe, -PARTNER WANTED IN AN OFFIOE f ^tlUi $.WU?Partner w asted in a profitable enterprise, (HO ?Farcer warned In the cone- rt bn-dnea* W i LUS A CO., 212 Broadway, ecroer I ulum ?t., rxen 20 ?PARTNER WANTED.?AM ACTIVE, 81*91 flOiJvi n' *a man, wishing a bu?lii<w< that la eaev, plea mm tod profitable, an heei 0! a v hk! cbanoe by apulylau 3-l-i llroai way, room 42. No further eapliai required. OAHH-AN ACTIVE PARTNER WANTED qpIn a legitimate brokernsc b.ulaesf, e?tabli?bed flvo jear?. and making lrotn (.1,800 to (>,'*?) paryear;w1d be oa eorlao d with an unexceptional and reapiL.tlbie party. Ad dreee i.aabler, bci 16H Herald olbce (J| r.41 f \ ?PARTNER WANTED.?A <HK)D Rt'dlNKSH ?T'llfll. man wanted to take bar tntermt In a pleaaant ano proti'able buatneae, pi> 1 i.g we , a rare chaooe. The party will tie -atieifl upon ? vaiuiuailon. In mire at 71 Na; aau rem, room No 9. 1 ,/ij\ WANIKII-WITH AN ACTIVE PABTNXB, '? VjyJyJ In a profitable inanu "eitirlug bua;ne?. None but iheae 'taiable of c "oprehriiding a bargdn nod apply to I'. H. hoec A CO , No ?J flaesau aireei. BPORT1IIO. Bf/ATW,?PEEAMCR8 BOATS, RACK BOATS, AS"? and spnios Otn Wkerrtea. Metallic I.Re Boat*. Ball Boat" and yachts, Ship's Boat", Ac, at O. R. INJEMBOl L H lA'k'A'. ?f ? obeape.i Boat and Oar Haxaar in the world, (S3 and 344 South "treat. Rnelcse poetsge stamp. 1BOB BALE-A HAII. BOAT, ABOUT TWEKlT FOCR fe-'t 1 ng, belli by Klrby; l"oopp*r fastened, lias been n-ed but s ebori time, and isonmpleta In every rasped Ad d-eee hot 713 Post olilce J, OR HAUE?THE CKNTRK BOARD Htsior TACIT* C EI'OaR, of aBsit twenty ton*; ta vary :aet, bandsonely I jmwhisl, and a on anted lb pec.-wt eiuiiiUlon. will lie *?id ei.enf.. Address O. W. T , but 4kd l'ost odloe, Newark, Maw J or", r IpOB saI.B?A I,?B'?E A "1 ,1 IKJO, SURTHE 7t ANT I" 01 u?o <!?n I* aesN tur two days At 4.1 Btekinsn stri ut, up 4tan* third (nor, CIV AN H.-FOR HsI'E, A PA lit OF HW 4 MS, VUlty ?*iee end iu.nde uiie. of the be-i' imputed bs "d Apply V^ftCUr iKBBCOA FOR riALh -*.HB CAN BE Slush I ai ? ?>.!? lot Yacht fob haek or aboct siatken r W arranted to he urorrly built, swlf', safe and erna fuHablr, wiU Im? ??>ld at a low price Iw r**b. ApylyioN. F v Ha NF, l?j 1 u?"- itr'vt, up* jir* _ tuo uth ihjk ciaMir:cinoi. Dm. COBBETT. MEMBER Of THE NEW YORK D*I vendty, Medical ftullege. ou be Mosul 1*4 as usual a' hie otBcp. Vo At venire street end \o Silly Ual place. o-nr ( kambws street. ( W offices. three in uumlwr. ?ru 10 vltnrw Myaiia' ved that aheuts never mint m contact The vic tims of imp> sttl'in, or tbo-o) ??.i m*y hare tv ,1 unfortunate in thetr selection ??r a physlMan, can cait with the jertddtv of tx ips4 honorsby Learnd V a ?S?? Dr V. a diploma in his office. Consultation strictly confidential FjlOR N.LP. A BEAUTIFUL t'HRRTHL'T llOHKK, # yesis old 15 bat <1* big.>; thoroughly 'raio*d In the Washing') n > ml) g academy for a aly or genlleci n - sat die horse; warrsuWd la every partieula- Please ca l at H Henry'a harness store. HI H* .entb avenue. BOYEL t R SaLE.-a VKRY RARE OPF'OKTONITY 1* no* t tier, a fur a per*: o ot *'.in< nveanj I ? 0'ir-h?a a 11 rat <?'??? Hotel lu fhe mo t desirable par. >f tbe city The above, art..ids ,.n opportunity for a pr>ier person to make a foreine. era pervoo will be taken ?? fiartaer who will pur 0) a?e cms bail ti terest In. ittid ma tinge the house Kniisiad lory reason* given fi r selling and undoubted refereeeet given at d peqnired; 110 roflM taken of ageuts. Address, with real n me, hriijannu Wf., Herald otboe PKLLHAM SEEDLING POTATOES ?OB SALE.?THE* are the earlieat known; white, mealy and m soasoa tbn ughout the yeai. alto, r; untd thatsr and ? inegar, very ? ' ore. apply at the agamy, ho. * Erin Building, liusue Stieet M A J LiNCU. rpO LET?SECOND STtiRT, HO FEET D?E!\ PLENTY J of light; suitable for light manufacturing purposes. euch as window abadua, inattietae ', laswia, Ac. Inquire lu the caipat a 1 ore, IB Bowery. il'O LET?*T l.aa Blt'iAE A \v, BUTAEKN rtYEVY 1 r Ibtb ard ThnUeih ktrueta, tb? enure aeomut ffisir; ha* va'ir ?ud guv aul'able for a profetsor 01 tuHalo or law guagea, as It baa been u?eo 'or iba' Wore; also a House In Brooklyn, il.e ruoms and oellar, rent SJ per month. WldirKt'?BV A UKNTLKMAN AND WtFB. NIRKK or lour ll dun for housokm ping, in a houan (taring si tin- modem liUpiwemei.te, betw.un FdUrtei uth and t hirtieth alritis, weal ft udiese, lottiag terms, which must 1m mode m e, 11 1 , 16tf Eighth avenue. <?'"k ?*?<?? sale, in Brooklyn, on fort NPtJ.sJvzU. U-een plur, , between Pulton and Deka b ave, ne-, aaal side, te-oof those magnificently finished lfau-.es with ad modern iuiprovrnienta IX' no bond and morutage. ! ? un* ? as Must be told Apply to FaUaN Jk C'LaFFV, on the premis- a. FRK.MH AOVKHTHEMKIITS. ON DL.MA.NBE UNE FllXK KEAECAI8B, BIEN RE commaiidie, pour aller au bud; on mlgc gu'elle s at bonne o uiurii re, cod'euae el t>:aneh.*i?em!e en tin. H'adres ser an bureau No ?! John it., seconde , tage, entre Id beurea et nudi. NE FRANTaISE I>H8IRK UNE FLAt'K P'lUK COP dre el *otgnerlr* enfaBt>. B'adrwser an 150 6th a*. PEKMIAL. u i NY PERSON Wlhl 1NU TO AlOPl' A FINE AND A hea.thy boy, aged U moatl a, whoao parents are both dead, would oblige by addreHalng a note to MadtMon ?'pi tru Boat oflloe for Mia ctuart, giving name and rettdenoe. FLOY?THERE IS A I JITTER TO YOUR FULL NAME lu the Union square Post o(tc;. Jfc. INFORMATION WANTED?OF dOBBl'H MANSFIELD agi c lly ears; lel't home April 5, lia* dark hair, blue eyes, and of pleasing appearance 1 had on black cap, black jacam, blown pants. Any lntormaUon of him will b* thankfully re ceived by hv< mother Mrs Msnatlelu, corner of Meadow and Beeond ttroel., Hobo ken, N. J INFOl MATH N VYaNTED-OF MARGARET hllANNON, a ntuvo of tho county Monahau, Ireland, hbo arrived In New York In lCbU lnfo< matlon oonciTutng her wUi be tnank fully received by her fr end, Bridget Shannon. Address Wm Steeoman, Yotkerv, N. t. Information wanted?of kugbne rice, wdo left his home In New York fur Stomngton, Rhode Island, lifts en months ago. Any Informal) in in regard to his when ? abouis will lie thankfully rectdvel by hi* wife, Abbey Mice, at Nu. Ill Oherry street, new York. INFOhMaTION WkNTED-OF ANNE FJRIN. RE sided last in naudall'a Diane Five par* since la*t h> ard tiom Inloru.atlon will be ibutiktuUy received by her sister, Elizabeth Koran, corner ol etate and emith streets, Bri?? }J* INFOnMATIuN WANTED?OF LaWRENCK AsD Catherine Lynch, who arr vol hen sbiut seven yeirs ago Arc natives or lrelaud, county t utuu, p.iwh of Castle, trebim. They are lappoeed bo be in ton Stat" of New York Any lnl< rniauon of tnetn betug *? nt tu bSh J&tst Tweutv brst street, will be thauklully received ANN lv NCH. IF WILLIAM BREWSTER, OP THE rirtW OF Brewster, Tildesl.j A t'o, of Chicago, III., or Virginia Brewster, or It dead, their heirs, will win l lUuii add ess 11 M. E. Uenierest, Hoboken, N. J , they may hear something gieally 10 iuep udtsmage. K?BOTH RECEIVED; liOUBT NKIPHER MY ? afleAlon nor sympathy. 1 I t ociicve U1", your ap/re Sru?lot ? arc mostly qui<niD<i"d. and it Is nervousness that niakeA you ilmorous om list r>|iose Jf I'ut aunoysyuu, neither creclt nor fear, Out toreatoii, not vainly, o eipwo hiiu, j.vcn if prove ubfal'.htul what than? Everytolng would siiil oe all r ght i am -tuio sick; but 1 wrim f rom tlm date of yours of last Week. I aid in- a <v<- k at ft A. M wf ere it was postmaiked. UncUamp ably, P. "WlhSINO.?PHILIP PRBCB, A GERMAN. LEFT HFd ill uncle s resideuc , Corner at Madison and kouroe streets, at Ave o'cioek on the aflei noon of ssster Monday (list ult soil hat. no; Is en heard Of >dn>*i Hal on wtven be left a biacknmtof clothes; has tj'.aek hair and Is tvsit 5 feet0 inches 11, height r.ny lof >ruia i in e mcernlng b in will be graietnlij ruielvod tiy Mr. XOTMMVNN, 17o First Hirvet, ? Ullainsourg MRn. M. a. OOPI'?WILL YOlJ COMMCNIOA1K wirii yourfrietdG B , IU utoeckei* atiueU Be will te.l yju of tonedhlng possibly Id your advanttge. MIPS J. J.?.00 WERE VERY KIND (? 1MQUIRS atK .itnir. I have is*a very well, ohall you not rt.uiu back next wtekf We want to see you. Firrn AVKNcris. SE U CAS FUND AN ASvOK- Vr.ST OF O j<>0 jok a, aultauje ami of H mil*.clout i|U*iillty to - ataollah a u. into pa()'i , h> n.pilrlLg of M 8. K., ?sw tork c*o*t odkxi SATAN it D?IN FORM A fIt<N O" MlilUCL A*i) ti ll moth) Flj nn, eailorn, Who "aijort from Merc-bant, cu.e ?; t'? rk. s'x'Ui-no ?o nurj atnoe r bould tbl* merttbe-r ??>?. th?y v . -onmunicalc with tni-ir alatar Catharine, rt Shv Iruni out! YVIlL Tl,fc "LAUI IN BLAOK,' WirHF.vPKU, WHO 11 wa? >o m*rt u renthm<tn at tb<* A ? .or Hoove ?>u H*.t ir day. at I'.", no ?'i the same ?? mod it', the Well atreet lurry, Now York ?ld>-, on Wcdntiway, nam* time: M tUON, OA. LO?T A!?P fOVttD. ACBKTTFIi'ATK O' TUB DkLwaHC. AND Ml D *on Cs pal company, No 47, lor tiro chare* iaaue j O lobcr 7, 1806, to A a r-linman, c a. hier, having been lop, Ml perv-ri* are oanttonrd againat negotiating the ...i-n" Bank book lost?ho. stun of the seaman's Hank tor sarlngi, Wall altuel. The tinner win plcaae leave Itat the bark. Canalsikki-t, near MMMUhtf L'a u'ULOCK or. Monday morning.? Liat, a chain, key and anal It U of no value to any perron except llic owner, ue it wa? a trrwntrr>m a departed frirmf Whoever lino* it will be nandeomrly rewar ted and receive. th- tliank< of the owner by leaving it at 22 Mulberry atreet, third floor, ir >nt rutin. fuAliill.lv -I |}H)tTND?IN ONF. (?F TIIK FlFTU AVRNJE KTaOBS. P on naturdar al ternoon a large tiold ijre?.b, foacnheJ "Marie " The owner can have It on application to u. W I'aU, -W- Flltn avenue. IiKlCWMiN SATURDAY RVENINO LAST, A IV7KET 1 Handkerchief, with a bill and aomc email change tied up In the coinera. Inquire of Louia hehwaitz, Jr , corner Bror me and Broadway. Lost?ir tub obntlkman who was brem to ptek up a Scarf I'm In a Sixth arcane oar, on dun-lay evening, will retaru It to 711 Brone way, h" wl)br-rceire a ?u t able reward and the thaaka of the ownet, aa It contained the daguerreotype of a near frvnd T OBT- ON F, IDAY EVENING, At'ML 13, A FAIR OF JU bold SpeaUelca, in going fro n :? Yaudain atreet, through Van dan ataodougal and spring airecta, to the corner of Broadway and Breoma atreet. a liberal reward will be paid to the Under by returning It to S3 Vandam afreet Lost?on Friday morning, aprix. 12, a large Brooch, of Florentine Mneatc, with flowera; proiatry dropped either la the Fttltoo arenue ear* In Brooklyn, or In the Fifth arenun and Fu ton Fe ry omnlbun, In New Vork 1 be Oncer will be II teaally rewarded by tearing the tuv at 99 William atreet, room A LOST?ON FHIOAY. A BETTER BLOT, COLOR LTV er and wh"e; hart on a roller and mark of mtagv on ear. a amiable reward will ea paid on her return to J. F. Duncan. :i# ann atreet. f ORT-OB Hl'NDAT BYRNIRG, A GOLD SCAR* PIN, JU lady'* daguerreotype, to a nixth mrrnue car. The tinder, who waa aeen to pick it up by the lady who waa titling In. aide him, la ndvteed, tor hta reputation and cou-'<iieur< aak-\ to return It to 773 broadway. t he five dohar* re rard which he expecta to gat, aa be told hie UtUe boy with him, he will not rvcelre, bat a more telling notion If thU la not bonded LOST?ON SATURDAY RVENINO, ON THK CORNER of Eleventh atreet ancWHroiul way, a gray colored wire haired lerrier Dog; had on a cobar with la?erlptioa wit In the leather, anawera tn the name of Jack. FMrn dollar* re waid will be paid for hlm on delivery at the Spa, Mo. Aid Bmadway, New York -PKRA liLABB LOHT-ON FialDAY KYsNlNU LA*T; ' anppoaed to have In an le t la a Madiaon avenue atag The finder will be auitably rewarded by returning it to lb Warren atreet, op alalia. RIWARDI. O1 REWARD.-LOST. ON SATURDAY EVENING, BE tween Fit lleth and Flfry f'onrth a'reetr, la r,tgn h avn ru?, a Fur Vlctovlne ? f ntone marten The rtnder wul receive the above reward, with the thaeka of the owner, by returning It to Fifty fourth atreet one hundred feel eaatof Eighth are nnv, at Uer.rge B h have a. ?r REWARD-LOST, A WntTB ITALIAN ORKV \J hoand, buff earn, a red ribbon around bia neck By leaving Mm at No. 1(M Ninth atreet the above reward will bo given. . . t. fiORO Miff REWARD FOR A LA ROB S l/.lt SCOTCH TMR fiP'I rler; anawera to the nnine of Tom. Apply at Nr>. Ill'l Broadway Loat fiom the above number Sunday, the 11 ih d>1G REWARD-BTRATRD, APRIL 7, A BLhOK AND dpiV tan lamer Blul; anawera to the name of Fink, the finder wtll apply to J G. Hteei, IK reart ?tr*et. djl/k HBWaRD?STRAYED AWAY. ON SUNDAY evening, from No. It Ka*t Tw nt. ninth atree-, a very large Ma?k Newoundland I teg, ealled Rnrer, one wkl'e atot In the bieaat W hoe er will ratum him to the ?b va addreaa anall reeelve the reward d!*jn R*WARD-LOST, a smooth h virrd blaok Newfouidluid Dog; had <a a bla< k oi'ent lea'her ?!'?' hotitrfl with red The above ran arj at III b- paid for hU return to 179 Went Twenty.elgpui atreet. $*} Hon REWARD.?I MMLL PAY $1,100 REWARD ge.vt'vr f or the dlacovery of the j* raon or perruut or r e? _* ^ prmaa rithei or them who eet fire on the night of April I, ln*l.f the dwelling houaa or hulldlnra on the pretaiam aiiua ed rn the Hade Park t-ad. about four ml lea no'tb ot Poitgh kanpale, kinwn a- the Brown or t.leu place (The aald ore mlana Itefng in luiga Ion betw. en fhe heir* and the hn*baod ti the late Kurate tk I'leti, droeaaed). and fiar 'ularrnaU >n .Iifllrl. at tn oonvl t *nrh perwm or per-rrn*. / will alar p?y SI.mi' additiona- reward for Ute like dlacovery of the per-" i nrtier" nawh-ra't lire to the ba-n on the aaitnc premltna at the time It wne oananmed in the ap*ing of isav and Informa Uon *'iHietrnt to bava cnvl ted gnch pcroon or rerrona R< w I Ok*, A Si)?. !m?KH 8- TaiU)K' BOA KM 1U AMD LOOGIXO. ABBLIOHTFOL LOCaTIOh.29 WBBT FOURTEENTH street. *? twnca Fifth ud HIxtli avenue* Several hand gome family Room-, with Board, for Tamilian: aim single Booms lor gemlemgD a WIDOW LADY WOULD LIRE TO TAKE O0ABGB (V ?' ? genteel houso for a famiir a ho wish to be absent in the summer A some while WanseoUng some business the principal obj?ot; best of references given Address lira H., Union square Root offlor. A PRIVATE FRENCH FAMILY, OCfHTPTINB All elrgan 1* tun>i?u?d bou e, with all modem improve ments. In good 1' cation, soavenicDt to stages and ears, baring mors room than they require, are wt.ling to admit one or two single gentlemen, or a gentleman and his wife. Address U. a., Herald ? ttioe a VARY PLEASANT fRONf AND B\CK BOOM OH \ the third story, to let, together or separate, to a gentle man a'd lady of quiet habits Kncli room euutalna gaa, hot and cold water Apply al 2(17 West Fifteenth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues A SMALL PRIVATE FtMILY, RE'IOINO AT 151 WEST P.rtv third street, between r roadway and Eighth ave nue. would accommodate a gentleman and his wife or two or three single gentlemen with Hoard. References requlrnl. LADY WIHHKN BOARD IK A Ft MILT TTI18HR ^ PRIVATEFAMILY. HaVIKG MORE ROOM TH AN A TEST RPSPfcllTABLE MARRIED WOMAN, having no ehtklreii, wants one or two children to lotrd, ag'd from one je?r to ten; ihev will bsve nit the comforts or itoint fall at 101 Greenwich si., in t jr groceiy store. A FRENCH FAMILY, LIVING IN OuOO HTVLK, would accommodate a small family of adults or a few sing's gentlemen wvh an el ga> tly I urolith -d itoom, Beilroom communlratlng, and wuh a first visas t rench table apply at 41 West Twelfth street, between Fifth and ulith avenue**. A HANDSOMELY FI RNldEBD PARLOR, WITH BBD mom adjoining; also single Rooms, with Board, In the four story house No AH) Usury street, near Clinton. House replete with ever* convenience; bath and water, closets on second and third floors. Term* moderate Dinner al U No moving In May. two bourn' daily In. u uciton in F ogltsh and Freuch would be received as an equivalent. Addreae Uureraeg* M, b erald oflioe. . 1 NO M BART mxrKRNTH Hi'ReilSf, BE WREN IX. In ton and Rtnyvetanl iqu-jv*?to let, with Hoard, j several tioe Roonu, suliaoie for gentlemen and their wives or , tingle gentlemen. ! they require, will let, to a gentleman and wife or a few single gentlemen. Rooms iui Dished or unfurnished, with B aid House contains ail the mod* rn Improvements. 2AS West Twentieth street, between Eighth and ninth avenue*. a WIDOW LADY AND HER LIT!LB OIRL (EIGHT A. years old) la des'roua of boding a lmrty who would Board berwelf and rhlld as an equivalent foe lac use of bar furniture. References exchanged. Call at or address M. F , 310 Lexington avenue for throe day a, between 2 and 6 o'clock. A PLEASANT SUIT OF F1 RMHUKD OR ONFJB A nlsned Rooms to let, with Board, uu emu) floor. Al.- ., front Hall Rooms, en second and thirl floors, for slugln gentlemen. Terms moderate Location unsurpa-sed. lie (crenoea exchanged Call at 12* West Forty-second street. a NEATLY FURNIHHBD ROOM, ON THE SOOOND 3L floor, to let, with Board, to a gentleman and hi ? wife, lu a house conveniently located and family aelect Dinner at flo'eloek. Apy.lv at ItiS West ihlrty-seventh street A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A PAR1/OR AND JY. two sleeping Romas, on send floor, all handiome.ly furnished, to a party of gentlemen, with or without partial Board; water and gaa In room*. Kefereuoes required. Ap ply at 109 West Twenty-second street, uea' nlxth avenue. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A HAND Room, on the second floor, to gentlemen with or .Quern tin without Board; house has all the modern improvements In quire at 30 Wast tenth street but ween W sverley piao* and urceuwtch avenue A LARGE FRONT ROOM IN SECOND t-'TilRV WITH closet, hot and oold water and bathroom, with H.sud fur n aentt* man and wife, for $8 a week; also a single scsim, with (>antry for $4, at IBS Last Thirty-fifth street, Dear Third avenue A PRIVATE /FAMILY WILL LET TO A GENTLEMAN and his wi'e a large Room ne*ly furnished, wl h Board House first cltss; desirable locitluu for snmmer; ncsr Twenty third street and Eighth avenue. Dinner at six o'elock Address box 1,1301 ost <>01oe A PaBTMKNTH AND PRIVATE TABLE IN BROOK n. Irn.?lbe whole nf the second floor of a handsomely fur atshed house, close to the South ferry, will be let to a entail family or a party of gen'lcmen, with or without private ta hie. The house has baths, hot water and modern Improve ments; i,o other inmates taken. Apply at 96 Congxe? street, four divers west or Henry street A LARGE. PLEASANT ROOM, FOR T YO OR THREE O. gentlemen or n lady and gentleman, with gas aud good Boart, If required In a quiet, gen'eel house :CAI fffno rve street, between Broadway aud Bowery. No mivlng in May. AM! ALL FAMILY, WHO OWN|A HOUSE WITH THE modern fmpr veiuents, wish It let, with H .ard, t? o large neatly furnished Booms, also two small ft- ooi, to gen ilmn n. No moving In May. Apoii at 212 Madison Street, between Jefferson and f Union stieei ?. a PLF.AHA.Nf FRONT AND BACK ROOM. SKOOND J\ story to let, wltli floard; also a small H-.om, for a sin vie gentleman. Inquire at No, 59 ffc-t Tenth street, near Rlecckcr. ^ FURNISHED FRONT ROi.M AND BBDROOM, ON second Boor, io let, wHb full or na' bal Boa-d, i-> a gen ??ruisn ar.d wife, or two single gesHemen; bath air g-is; family small. Be. ti taut Twentieth street, near Hroicl ?ay. 1 HHAIJi AMERICAN FAMILY WILL LET A FEW JV. ura<l> furnished it? aims, ?itr. 'on) Douse new and newly f u* Dished, with all the modern Imnrovem-nta. Appiy a. IK* Muvdoogal str<et, hist hou*e fr,m Bleecket. A large finely furnished faont room in a icspcetablc private house, to let to i tingle gentleman, wl'fei ut bps d, within two minutes' ? sik nt the t;i*y Hall. Inquire at No. o Rose street, three doors from Frank ort. t FAMILY can HE AOOOMVOX)ATKO WITH rLEiN I. hki Boo**, with Bo:rtf, by applying At the lint brnsn iq? house west of Third a men < In i ui ly fourth since'. At k HW ALL PRIVATE PA WILT IIA vIN < I MORE ROOM \ th?D tb?y reti'ilre, will let to genllemcd on'y, without Board, a h.ind> one 'nrnlshed Room, vlth grau- and gas. Ap ply a 91 Broome ?ti <-?i A WIDOW LADV, OW?tlM, HIB UOl'flE SHE LIVEH J\ in, I* desirous of renting furnished Konma to two or thrve gentlemen, with break last II desired there la gat In the rooms and a bathroom In .he house. The h *' ref. r- nee* Sleep and reuulmd Apply al No. 4 Ninth atr-et, between if ih and Kixth avenue*. a FTPK THE 30TH OP APRIL ?HANDSOMELY FCft J\ m*hed Kooin* to let, with Board, in (be first Glass b?<i*e, 76 F.aat Twenty slvth itree;, between Leiington and F ourth aveuuaa. lyipiy at (id Eaat Thlrty-hfth street. R?. ferencea exchangee ATOl'NU MAM WWHKR TO OBTAIN BOARD IN A Herman family, where the Herman Laniraago ia OMtly *l>ohcn, 1 ration below fourteenth street. Address M. L K., hi raid oflioe . TTe NTIOM -FINE LARGE ROOMS TO LRT, WITH f\ Ho*ri, to families 01 slngh gentlemen: the h'uae ha* all lh" mi darn imorovenienta Term* moderate; reference* given ami required. Mo. 40ti Fourth stmt, Ho. 1 Albion par. a FEW GENTLEMEN, WISHING TO ROOM IO & got her, can have suitable Rooms, with full or partial Board, in a private family; losatioo desirable for bualnena men, within one bloek H and weal (r Broadway. Apply at LS4 Spring street. Befervnte* exchanged. A FRONT ROOM, WITH OO MM. J NIC ATI NO BED r 0111, on stsund (l-eir, to let, with Board, furnished or uni urnt tied alao f root and hack Rooma on third floor, with ball hedrromx. at 171 Wsat twenty foarth street. PR1VA 111 FAMLLT?LIVINO IN A MODERN STONE front houee, will let the second floor Parlor and two bedroom*, with Board, to gentlen en or a small family The bouse la pleasantly situated, on Murray HilL Reference re <iui<ad Inquire at 2*1 Lciinstoa avenue. A SMALL PRIVATE FaJU'LT, H A VINO NO UHR FOR tao large front ami back Rooma, m the third floor, would dispose of them to gentlemen desiring the comfort* of a unlet borne, with full or partial Board. Koferaneea given and required Apply at l* Hammond street. AI'LBARANT SgCARF. FRONT ROOM TO LET, with Board, to one or two g? ntiemen, la the modern flret la*? bouse 341 We?t Fifteenth street. Dinner al 4>? oelock. References exahaixted. A FINE SUIT OF ROOMS, Fl'RNIRMBP, WITH bathroom exclualve, mav be obtained by a party of tbiee or fouc p< rmanrntiy, with private table it desired. Appiy at 13fl Ninth street, a flew door* west of Br wdway. A HANDSOME FRONT ROOM, WITH BOARD.' suitable for a gentleman ?nd hi* wife or two single got i.?mea. aiao a single Room. Apr'y at 143 Hleejkar ?trne(. A FEE VERY BEAUTIFI'I, ROOMA FOR A SMALL club or families?The coH.e second, third and part if fourth floor*, furnished or unfurnished. beat New F.ngland Hoard, lor the season, at ?H West Nineteenth atrtet, or.icr of Sixth avenu*. AN AMERICAN FAMILT -A WIDOW LADY AND HER daughter, having no young children with her, would like to lake tw ) or three children to bo-rd. The house 1* In a p)e*?ani location, *ltuat<-d ,n TreoonL For particulars 11 qulreof Mrs. fluae. No. 4 Horatio s'.rnat. AFRITATB FAMILY. HAYING NO THE FOB THE ?eoond Moor through of 1 firvt rla** Housa, containing all the modern Improvements Would le* the same to a-ntie men, I' parate or together, with or without partial Board, Apply at M Jan street, near Eighth avenue. No moving lu hay. VFhONT I'ARLfiR AMD BEDROOM ON HE' UNO floor, handsomely furnished, to let to one or iwo sing * (entkmenor to a gentleman Ann wlte. Partial buard If re quired; g**, bath, Ac. Apply at 44 Amity street. Board.-an flkcant huit op rooms, in a ptr r ela?? house, may oe fecured either hy one or two 00,11 ie, or by fentlem-n Family strictly private. KeiMeoc.' in hi th avenoe, above Tw?nth eighth street. Addre*a, with full name, T. A. 0.. station Q, Po?t ofli-e. Board-a urntuman and wife, or tag tingle gent'emen, ran ontaln ple.aant Rm.i.ta In a m ids en house with all the improvom. n'.s, at 1 22 Nlm 1 atrem, a f. w doom e eat of Broad eay. Hoard.?derirarle rooms, with g-mjo ip ahh, nan now be obtained in a newly farninti-d honao, wi ;i nil modern Improvement*, In a private family, Kt V) Tutrty riith street, flret house w?*t of Hroedway. Tortus mud.; rate. TJ0ARD;.-AN ELIGIBLE AI'aRIMENL lb A VKl'.f I? small unobtrusive family, to let, with Board, toant.I valid, or ? lady n?p*. ting to Mnwira m-ll-al .-afe, kUtdtn-e. aisl some attention. For location, term*. Ac, appty tour ode rem Dr. Thlera, S3 Hlxth avenue, New lor*. Board-no mcrobby street, brtwrrs brooms at d hprlng.?single and double Room* for gentlemen . a large front risen, on second fl -or, for a gentlotnan *110 wl'n Teims moderate A good nube-antiaj table. Fam.lv English HOARD-A GENTLEMAN AND Hit WrFK OR T?fiJ 1 Ivgle gentlemen, etn b? a> immo l*led wt'hh nd-mmely tqit.lannd Koorn*. where the eemforte 01 a hoot- can b* found, at JflNtuyveaan! street, oontlmie' ou tf aator piece, second now English basemen ho *r oatt Of Th.rd arcO'i" Board-a private family, takin ? only a few boarder*, wish to le- the entire He< md Floor, or l'atlor and hltcnaion on flrat floor, of a orown ston* home, containing all modern .mprov ment*, its v c*n<r'il I c*tt .p, oonvenienl to Broadway. Ad ires* U , b?t 131 |Herald oil on, for three days, IJOARD-A FRON r ROOM, WITH ADJOINING HflB IF romr, can be obtalnet ojsTtt spp'lwt n it .11 R-gt twenty Wind tenet, bat wren li Ji a no Milk a'an ma. BOARDING AND IA>DOING. OABD ? * HO IT. c;OM8fS? ISO O * TU <?* PL* A* ART -J and well furnished R-??. 'n tv a-nnml floor. *th R. ard so a/rang. d a* uol to Imil of be'ng ?-t sepsr itely. Dinner at? o'clock. 83 pUaK n plane, near F1 in avenue. B BOABD.-A FRONT SITTING NOON WITH HKD room otHoinioji, to let, furnlsb^il or tto'i witn BoiWfl, 11 a pilvaie I'anx y , or would '*? lei without Board to one of two fen iomcn. Apply al 179 Hotit Thirty sixth street, uoar Eighth avenue. BOaKit? A LAROK RAi'K PaRLd R; ALSO T*0 other lame K nine, sui'able lor ?ain:li-s or single urn Demon, wbo would like to spend the summer m >nt?A In tho ?ity, will be vacated April 18 at it Weai twenty ninth street. Board rear h*duok sgr ub -parties in near el; of Rooms and Hoard will do well to apple At 4 Weil 1 went* fourth ttreet Table superior. A deotrabld Ollice fur a physician to let. Appy.as above. Board wanted?by t?o young ladies. in a respectable private family; w ill bo out during tDO d*y; a eat of Broadway pre! erred, not a't >ve dl?ck-r sirec ad dreaa U A., Herald ollioe, itailng lermtt, wlu.-li tnua be mo - derate. Board wantkd-in jrksay city, ky a otsrr.K man and tua wife, In a private unity the oouseinu.t ?< ntaJn all the modern unpruvt menu address IS. W, He rald i Hire. BOaRD WASTED?FOR A LADY AND G8NTL8MAN itoeala for tne lady only), In a house wheie there ar j n<i questions asked None bet reap ctible par.kM need an swer to A i kip', stadou L.N. Y toed ofllce Board "arted?by a okntleman of l ;v*u disposition, where be will bare g.iud aoe uumwda'io and the fined' in of .i home. For eu .ha. liberal , ri ? wil l paid. Address for two oaya R. A. u , !!? raid olllot BOAKD WaNiED?IN BROOKLYN, BY A hlNULE g? ulletnao, emiraniant (o Yall street ferry. Addr *?., I., box 2 Utki I'oai oilice, New York. s'-atiug termi and 1 loation Board wanted?by a obntlbmam. wife and child. 11 year* old, In a private family, or where there j are few boarder*, I'lr.asant.rooni- and loeation required, be oW 1 hlrtleth rtreet. Address with parti tulan. particularly I be price, w bich must be moderate, W. T. L , bos 3.8L I'ool , ofllce. i Board wanted.?a large a n small bom. adiolnlmt, aie waoiid, with Board for two gentium n, with the tnm-crn o-iuvenleace* of gas, water, Ac , in Hiuoi, lyn, near w ail sine, for y, or <a Vew Vork. nen Fourth av nut and rwentieth street Terms mutt be moderate. A<i tlri-sa box 2,240 I'bkl otUoe, New > ork Board wanted?for a single nas i oh man and 'ady. In a quiet, respectable lainily where there are few or no other bo,.idr-r* Online mud have bath, and terms moderate Address, with par lculars, J 11 it., Hera d o boo. Board wanted in bar; em-by a gentleman anil wife, ui a pleasant loeallty ore part of a House, lor four adult persona Hefereuoea exchanged. Addroes 0. AH, llerald ollioe Board in a frbboh Family in Brooklyn ?ro let, to i wo gentlemen, a lane hooni, with hot and cold water, gas cloaet, Ae. Dinner at 6 o'clock. Apply at No I'JH Olio too street, Brooklyn. BOARDINO?TWO LARGS DC RBLR lOOHS ON Ural and atcoDd stories, handsomely furnished, suitable 1'. r gent ennui and their w.vea or single gentlemen, and one Ball Knout, to let, with full Hoard, at 12& tlruuno street, between I'rtnoe aud llouHton BHAb DIM) AND LOnulNfi? WaNi'HD, IN 110 To ken, for the lh< of Bay, partial Board by a Gorman gen Utman. with IHxm lor bis pluno, in a .mvai ? lamilv, .vtlH but few boniders. Address, sta lug particular* and terms, wbifh must lie mudorato E. H , box 101 Herald olli'e. N, H ? Will be permanent If satisfactory. Brooklyn?i wo la hoe second story rooms; ul-o one in tbir i story all bands-tmtv Iurulshcd, to ln\ at 243 llirka street, two minutes from either ferry; view of bay; bath, gnu, fut ua.o, Ac. Dinner at six o'clock. BhOORI.YN BOARD?A OENTLEMAH aND WIFE, OR tingle gentlemen, can obtain g >od itooins and Hoinl, at 2l8 Ilick* street, within thiee minutes' wak of Houtb or Wall stieet ferric*. Terms moderate. No moving on 1*1 u! Mar. Board in Brooklyn,?furnished and cnfcr nisbnd Rooms, with an American family, convenient to routh and Wall street femes, fur gentlemen and tbeb' wins and single grnil*ni?n: plea -ant and healthy location Dinner at6'. o eliHik Call at 87 slate s'reet. BtlARD IN IlsOOKLYN-A GENTLEMAN aND wll'K or one or two stogie g?nilemeu can g t good H' nnl, In a pilvaia famliy resb hig near tne Atlantic in ry. No m.ivlng in Muj. Reference* eichaoged Apfilv at 210 Clinton strocL Board is bkookliw ? idf amity rtbeet, iia twesn I'oiiit and Union streets A gentleman and hi* wife can obtain Hoard, with a pleasant fru it mumo. room aud bei'room; al?o a n oin lor one or two slng'e gentlemen; the bouse i* inisfera, and isinvanient to the car* and feri ids. JOeRD IN HROi KLYN. ?F fl'K HNiLR Of NTf.F > men, or two s'nilem-n a> d their wives ean b- at ? en Odated w Ith Hoard and pl'aaaot eiKimi al tdO I*nngre*? reel lb - 'ioum pleasantly situated anu has .,11 tnoderti uptoremt nt* Board iy hr okltn-agentleman \nd wira or a nrup'nof sine w grBtlemeo, can tv ar wme' i rrt with pleasant H.ioins and board In * sma.l family by Hp; or tog at 21ii < llnten * n rt. BOaRD i?n uR'IOKLVN ?A CknT1<BM*lN vN va'.i' ,, ?r two single gent e>?ew nan obtain a d "ireble haaim, with Hoard, 1:? a pr.vate fatuity. InqUirfi at 131 ? '.nut i eel, Drai- 1'aeiHe B OAhD IN BBrOKl AN- wVi W FT'LTOV ' UKY FO ? tamiiy or ft nth men, hou?e No. o Popiafatre t; hs the inH 'oVeun nts. ainul ? , V tuniii and an uni'^rp* - - -- * utHir: view oi the bay and baimir; nomorlutt. BOARO IN BROOKLYN.?JUND.AOMELY '' N1 it front Boobis on the eecnnd ttuor, with Bxar , areou'tn by a private /atntly Houn pb xeac'ly* uated, and ha* ihe modern Iniprovement* Terms raoAurab.'. Referr'u reijuued .tp/ 'yat2M ,'bn. in sii 'et. BOARD IN BROOKLYN.?A GENTLEMAN AVDWI nr i?<) gor, I>rrer, rnn obtain pi iwat Rooms, w Hoard, in ? private tnmiiy, at Mi 18 Nus'uvu Htreel Bo .hit IN UK*>OKb\N.?TO UT, WIT! HOARD, 1 Ptrlorinil Mn no, o. the Urai floor andothe ic<><> us, at ?4j Concord nti ret. Hoii*k brown ttoos. cuntikiiog .1 in dent Impft'Vem' ills slid "oil. i,l';?>-. ! ? euh r Palluli <>r ltr<| atreet forty aefereoco required. BOARD 'V SOKTH ? Eh i ?0K L V?A LARGE ? rtON T Komi an ! ;ji. , for vo young ii.mii, lanm $?? ,?r week A ball He.droom, on the sect nd lloor fr$16i>. BeieisMieeei cIi*i>k"<1. Apply t.1263 U urt ntnet Board wanted in liHooKGtN-e.tNv K?u*\Nr t? 'Sailor Fu'.lon atroet firry, hv a gentleman and wife. In a puvaie family, or whore tbeie ar- hut !???. I? ird?r? a d?li? ts, staling term* and looat: n, B. U. S,, box 1 Id tMira.il Ofllcc. Brookian hkimhtb.?partial boako rui-; ,i ." iletritii at No .37 Cranberry street, be*ween Willow anl Columbia; a deubi* front Ra w oa se<?nd Unor, waiiy nwlii'd. sii'tr and gas; itltiiallon ve,ry pleasant, iouvejiei. to wall lire- .and K slum frrriea. Board on bhooklvn Itlom for fir* ton m> r.?Uandaomtly ftirnUb. l frunt Room* art n h va-ntu u 01 aid Oft Columbia street, with Hlh ?<i rvlm, thr n minutes' wall /in Fulton ferry. Board and w>omk to kb.vt?in a very df.ntr. a*>l? local Ion, '.wofu1! suits uf Krvima (mi around ami ihird floors, also unc or two single booms, all of which are elegantly t uniisTed and have all t'-ie Improvement* or a m >. dern built bouse erierceptiomible dosrd will b' given. Me'erehere eirhanged inquire at 26 Went Nlneteeutb street, a few doors weet iron Flitb avenue. OilBA1* FTRNIMIJKD BCtMH AT THE FRANKFURT House, corner of Frankfort and Wlll<am streets ?(i ? J hooma from fl to $1 per week. Ltdglnga from f nents to ..7 cents per night. Open air night. Qovd icataurant attached. (1HEAP AVD DBLIUHTFVL RESIDENCES AT STRAW. J berry Karma, Uonn milt county, N J., adiolul g (an la mi'y hotel, with qr without Hoard. also furnished and unfur niabnd K'tinu In the hotel, with Hoard Apply to W. Vlll.li', 678 Broadway. I7LBOANTIY Fl'R.VISHh D ROOM4 ON FIRST. nK j eond and ihlrd fl-ere to let, with Board, to a gentiemta. and wlte I r single (ten tie men Family iwlnot. Dinner ?J d o'clock. Re|. renoe re .wired Apply at 113 Lerlng'cn avcnu ; I .'BENCH BOARD-A FRENCH FAMILY, LIVTNUIV ' the beet style, would let a suit of well furnlama Rooms oa the aeoand flior to a family of ad una, or t ? a few ainKlo aentiemtn. kngUsb, Hyanlah and Her nan spoken. Apply at 32 Waal Twelfth airret, net ween Fifth and cltth ttvemnM |7?UPRTII A YE.VI'B, NEAR MADIAON rtOt'AHR -VERT r dealrat.le Hooma, >n the hrat or aeoood l.oora, with Board, are nOrred by a private tatnlly, ocrupyiog ilia m Ktrrn fl rat riaaa houwi No. 617 Fourth kVenue. Dinner <n the. m.d dle of the day. ?atGRNIHBBP BOOMR ?TWO OR THREE PLAIN Of A lurnlahed Hooma, unliable for eltigle rnUsm-D or gnr Ucmro at a tbnlr wives. In let, siui o- wlvoout board, at 1,7 West Eleventh street. Can .nd etagee cotivenlenL Ft RVIsliED ROOMR TO IRT. WITH)! T SuARD. Gentlemen dealrlng nlei Iv turntslie.l R-xim i In ? prtvaia h ume. will rdeaae rail at 6t Waal Tweilih etreet, between Fifth and Blub s van nee. r-l BN1SRRD ROOMK r?> Llt-LiMR A1RV ROOMS, r well inrtnshed and <v nnncn I, to in', without B'orl to gendt men only; elan, two Ho?ma auitahle for a phvalelan or drntiat, loeatl'in deelrahle. Apply at Al Mood airn?-L FI RNIPHTD HtViMB TO I.ET, WITHOUT BOARD Uentlemen deefrtng nleely furbished Room< In a private bniir w'll pleaae call at 61 West Twnlf'h ulrflet, between Fifth and Biitli ?< anu"t I I MhHBD HOT/Mrt To L&T-AT KO. 636 CANAL reek No moving In May fiM'RVIPHBD ROOMH TO LRT?WITU OR WITHm'T r board, ti gentlemen only, in a tirst -'laas modern h'Wi<e, I with all modern pohveuMMaa, gas, bath, Crotm, el iarta An, i No moving In May. .Apply at lis Kset lourv snin atrset L'f'HMBHRD ROOMS TO LET DOWN TOWN, WIHf. I; out Board: a Bedroom and hitting Room ?ttlihMe for in oi iwo gentlemen also, al g!e R'> una for SI '/d t?r weak. LoratlOh dralrable. Apply at 21 Baat Krovlway. F Fin HVINWND RCOMH TO IET- TTTTfl Olt WirffOUT B> ard, for gemlegten and .tdlea: h.< >'t 'orladtea uuly t' 1' at l't| AVeat Nlneteanth street, near Eighth avenue. L'MONT PARLOR AND ONE oR TWO BEDROOMS, IN r an elegantly furnished h.itiae in d?t Twenty tht'd sire >, oeeuplrd ny a at'lrtiy private family. Uhetoeptt'Aablg ?oeril, and private taldr If deSmd For further partw ulara pit aso ad liesa "Adams, boi 3,181 Post office. / 3E> TBKL BOO All, WITH f)R WrTUOtTT BOARD, ON At mcdarhte terms ti those likely to he permsnam. refn reocrsr?, hnnv-d. No. V,?wet.iy seien:h street, mar Fourth av nue, cli an to the ear* and ategea /NEKTI.KMFN AHD T'lEIR WIVES OR A FEW StN \1 e ? gentlemen, 'an obtain plnasan Rertna, fu ? hed or Iiniiprished, Wlih R-iard, by applyin? vt 116 (llin'o i atnsd near H?h?y. ?0 moving m Ma/. References esrbanged HANDf OMFf.T rCRNIflttlD ROOMS TO LET PIA A aaatly ;<?: tied at ltd) East Fourteenth stre t. ' Hobokbn.?a few obrtlrmem <ir aRvTUMRN SI d Isdlea ran have flrat cls?a anviroOl dat1 im, With Hoard, at Ho 7 Franklte ternu* i lnm r at Ao oleut TERBRT CITY?A ORNTLBVAN AND WI'K CAN ?/ tlnd fiirnl.hed Noems with or without B'taid <s i few Single gentlemen, by na'llng at III fork s-rwd, litre efeetrfl' wait from the lorry ; part'as Wlahlng I > keep hn iay riB hsvn front Baaeapent, with large fron' K Aim <m aec ind tl-? 'f, and hail) adjelntaf. ?ooimnie abb uopftiia. *JEW Bn08B, BATING ALL THfc MODBHN IV. *r>A Jtnrt MW,y 'uramhiwl. trlth Room* ti rni'n HHfilW> 10 ^nl 11 *fMl ?**?? ** riugki M?a Fou^?iV?^r???'lLil|]1 C " * Apply at imSa* wruiBuinvi, oorticr Htoonil ivouue, ()*fd?JtiWmL2fIS,,fB.!< < Ay B8 AOCOMMODaT ur v.it.- lev. i?l^ iV. .ii* ?yy 1 '?rni?h?d Ho una Id a smut kvK--- 'nVt :^n ^r?p ,|.*lA0?BtrtfU,K h *Tenue' Ulw?<"> Twenty nnih ami TMfi ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN oan obtun a nmiur Rocm.J-Hh gae, hot and old wwi, whIAu4i?2^ the eom'ot ta of a home Appl.v ?t is ilioum pi"Su, stieri ih. ee doors e?rt of LnivrtsUy pin.* nuve xtignux PLFAKaNT FCBNI8HED lOnMl Ta LETsTith ttoa.d. Apply At 112 *moilev place, corner"of Or/m street. Room bath iva.ntbp-a ?oi muokkiti.kuan pav iDg a eery de-drablo worn In a oentWM loOaiton down town would ho hippy to meet with ? gcofaaisu of good moral chuoact. r to Abate It wild blxn. He'erencea exchanged Additoe II., box I 393 Poet Oilier Roumh, with bedroom* ooNBE-irma. to let, P> gotiilemwn and llu-lr *if?t wlih Board furnished or nnfurniah. .1 Only a f-*w bo.rdwr. tsken; Jlnaer at one o'clock. A to-at for (Ingle geuiMuiaa Mo moving In May. No til 8'. Vark's p'ane, eighth street Ql I EI'ImR a< < OMMODaTION4, FiTrl BkRaKFABT. O for ihr< e g-nil. men of quiet In Id's, n a well furnished houi-e, rrc .pied t.y an h ng'l h wldo ? tad j, without ftmily, who states to ttk four or Ave tea emeu only. Mefereneen "> cb.m eil aii i'jt a. n7 East t levwo ih i fTK GENLfcVr.N KKtydlMf ?(J PV'tMI-IIBD ROOJfM J mny find all they ce?ire. with rr Wthout isirttal Board, in a private taiuily, No.'Jtti'uutou place. References ?* ?hanged. T?0 ? R TIl-vEE HANDSOME KtJRNlsBB ROOMS n> let ui.'uIm if ivqulrid, with a sn ail pilva'r famli*. Home with nil ti e modern Improvements inquire at 170 Watt Thirty fourth street. Ketnerves exchanged ffH) L T?with board, one labor room, sdita 1 hie or I wo scnPetnen; Ulan, single noons for gentlemen - hnnae with all tne modem imt rovvuteou loealioo tod Nlnltt ai reei, near Broadway; dinner at six. References exchanged Mo movl. it at May. 1 J"i LET--WITHOUT BOARD. A Sl'IT OR PARLORS, fle'ABtly furnished amtable for a gentleman or gentle - ? en whblr-g to room together Al.-o a la'g' (to. m, ironf, suitable i i out or iwo seoilemen. o moving In May. Apply a'. 1 >7 Mntli atreet, seeood nou e vent ot Broadway. npo KFNr, WITH BOARD, A PIiBABANT rBOKT A KiKim, *.th bedroom ailacin d, on the fourth H ior: alata lomeotbetK wl h or without furniture. Houae has all Iha iii>derit Improrementa, and la near sixth avenue- 71 Weat 'tweuiy leienth sireei. Price a moderate. A g.iod table. VM'.V D1 s1HaBL E ROOM8, MINGLE v. R It* BOTTfl. V ?>tb Hoa'd, can he obtained in the flr?t class honan Me. H > art I nenly elgh h ?tr< et Erioa mcderate. to suit tba tlans l'? reous i f ivhg; ur or ?trtnly moral babita pre lerud aopiy at liit Lexington avenue, between Thirty-Brat and I biriy-s'.cond atreeta. Wanted ry \ gentleman and wipe boarh, ?' in a nrlrato fsxn lv; kh'atlon below Ninth dreit. Ad drear, stating terms, which must be moderate, #. B. B., Ha rrvld otllre. wanted m ard, bi a rebpbctablr toons " lady, in the country for four months, address Mian J. P. Il , Brooklyn Poet oitioe. Wanted-a obntlemam of pleasing ad m drfar d* -.'res Hoaid where no other boarders are taken, ami where ibe comfopa or home, agreeable srsiety and aeeln ?!on can 3* enjoyed. Address, stating pa. tlculare, A Llrlng atou, Herald olhco WA^ED-Pf n A LADT AND TWO CHILDRSN. TT atr d II and 7' .. aai|uare furnished Room, with food B ard, till er In tho immediate vie nlty of 8t John's park or Twrlftti airret and Komlh avmne; an Amenean tiatbodo fanillv pn'ierrid. Terms not to exceed $10 per calendar Beferaseea exchanged. Address i apt.,, station street, for three days 7 W * S C1W EN.TT FIFTH BT RBRT, CORN BR OR HROAV I way, i Madlmn suuare) ? Fumlahed Rooms, for gentle men with or without meals. ~1 SI CLINTON PLAIE.?PLEA ANf KORNIRHBD I mU y dm for families, orelngle gentlemen, with Board. 'j;nn?r ai six References required ptpril AVKnOS.?A SMALL I'ARltOR AND Ted room, will imnUiMd on flmt floor, with convent ei ci? of vntrr, A>- also anversl other noonn. single or m suit, to let to Renilemen. Freakt??t li desired. .?it MAMUNGTON PLACE?A NUIT Or FDB wU nl'hr d I'coiriy on icoond door, with full Board, suited lore i.irge lsnutly; alio Rooms for single gentlemen. Apply a < above men' h. Kourln i 19 Of V KIT ELhVRNTH HTKf E FOR 1ST OK MAI*. -i*"I a B'-dio iin nnd Parlor, with c'oset, flreplwe gss. bath room. A - . on Hi.- f? '(pud iloir, for nneor Uu gentiemtn In t X'i i ati family; no boarders ?>7 ?TE1T THIRifKTH NTREET, BE riFKEN RSOAD. r) I way .in I Kll ih avenue? me o - two select families and three in our p.- 'icrnerj can now be aommmo$>ted with snlta ci hooois on i he in-i and-v. ond Moors, elegantly furnished. Table flrat class Rsti renocs exchanged. *)0. t'NION h tjl* ARE,?V* RT K LEG ANT ROOMS, OK ? III record fioir, handsomely fumbled, with Heard, may be ootalnod on the 1st of nay, at ltd I'nion square, eoraacof t IxtcrBtu street. Also, Rooms for single gentlemc.k r eawona In want o' Mipr rlor e .> nun idatwns csn obtain pa-'tioulam by applying at the l.oueo. A"1 TENTH athBBT, BETWEltN hlPTH AND BiXTI? '1 I ave-'U. .h?\or/ denraole suits of Kootna can bo ob tali.ed OR the first ni.d SSCOtd Hours by gentlemen *nd their wrtves, a . Ingl r genrbmen. slso a few single Kootas. Thd h i?e tonn? all the modern wyMitwvt .f A Whk l V<AHHlhGTON PLaOFL ?KOOMA T<) LET, ' I l w h it I l . son*, dexlr* hiy iitseted, esstdslsg nil ibe nodi rr: . prove merle, aad where but lew boarderi am mken R'' n n.v ^ . sehaiigsd. Ai.ply at 41 West A'asb . I. L-tOD Ues. 44 v a. ?- Tivrr.KrH NTttKRr-iio *rd ?db iira bi i ims i i let, wtih board, at 41 Wert I weif'.lx t ? llt.h and Blxtb menuee, stifsbl. for gei.tle ?lrt t be.r wives or Angle g 'rilemen. No moving lu May. ,\a i .1 !? A f.s.F, mm^n-KS tench and ? I H- v--u?l- "'reel-, .w fgrn -L. fl Itooini to lot la a em Alt frn.ily, with i.r ? lihout hard dhehoue*- hit pi, bsth, tf. 'Tjl KPRIM4 HTK^KT, TBItHB DO >RH PROM I ?' llivadway Jo lot, wveral ; li turiiMbed " o'o ?v < I' ntl*oi-n -rK' lueati-.n I* mutr all tho llrat eiaat hotels- h'i ' |>I > < i .if amo?. in. nt, j-oadli.il room free. la <1 -reol ANSON Hoi SR. Q/h vni WHIT. HffiflLl BOOMS, WITH i v P'Hnl.'ii tlio larg- mod-rn hnnae one rt<?>r *a?t of >irf slway alto on ? lutf lum'n, Willi ged'oom adjoining, i hit two or thro . ? oll.-ni. u wiehing to lite rconoau e*'ly. hefeienc* regnireu. f,?> r.HEKNR ATrr.ET, A HOVE Sp-K^Hl-At-sTOW ? '?J ll-jure.? Elegantly lurn.?hed anlta of ttuorne; ga?. Ph. on Uiil fvpp oouvrnlen o for houaekreptng *--00101 <*Jh ; part.cii.ar'y tufi*.Mo lor -until, r*?p ciablo lamiilea or ?ingle frnUemaa. Hint low to [."rmanoui tenai-U "llit MACDOUUAli BTHKKT? ftlWRMOW D HOCKR.? 11" I'ariMUlar altontlon la rcapectfully ao'kilted to tho aeove bon-*, which 1" now opened -a a private famtiy brt 'l, fur tho reception of -ir.g-e get- a, .r auiwll fa-riu-it IW of tho monotony of l? anting. I'artlea -lealn.ua of ho-iw> gr.'plng can find every convenience at tha above eatab TTirnt THOMPSON BTftBBT.?QO')D B > MID AST! I ? It) lar.m alrv Rooma for a !?? impoolahl. . ? ;ng met, with ir!,li?fr Of binhai.d A'; aid a ooralortahln Kinglet r-? m Dior-er at fl If r*t|iilred 1 emia rentonnhl l/lll w*hT MXlBfcMfl BTKBfEf?tWO HFYtR 0F? 1 Tr" f <1> elr* .1 ? iiooma **t-ond and Ih-rd II or?, t lot, wltli or without Buar J, to gentlemen and wlvra, or alugie gentle mm. L <-aii.in plia?anland Cum-i. lent to Hlv.b avenue ran. Pali l or n* week. . "I f r rroBni strsbt. HEtn n? ijAWATKms I'lo piaea? < ma of tho inoat dhllghtful loraUona in tb-v in* Kurnlrhrd i\&iml to rrn'. la aott or ?lnglo, with or without B'latd, to gentlemen nply. Rrrerenaa re-pilred. ICO BMUtTKBft N1 Ub.FT, ?OBNTI.KMh N AND 1 ?.)?) their ? tree, or alnn'o (poitiemen, oao havo pkaaaat Ho-in-, f-irnlah?4 or unlum ahtU, w.tn |/4 Board, aa a bore. 1 fUi MINCE HTREET.-HT. Cf.AlR noC-tE.-EL*. lilW xantly forn'ahrd Ko .ma, with H*droima a. acbrd, r llh all .ro r itvanb-i. r? for l-iuorkreplii* minplotn, la-dud ? ItiR KB" and ? r jlon v> atrr, to 1.1 to rrrpr itahio fatniUaa or tin gle urBtlamrn. lOO BXKEC1F.R HTREKf, NKhil MACDCJtlaJ*? L'IjLi FamlU-'a and aloglr geattamoa making early appMe? tlon ran be nieomm-aaaUd with Knom- niaaly Turmahod, and full Board, by -b? year or n'hrr*.ae. Dlnoar at A No Bio- fog In Nay. Apply after i P. M. 1QO WEST POURTKEffTU WTBFRT.?IfNTRNfVfTBIi .(?'aw He niA "? tbc vouud Boor agitable ror a family, tat lei with B"trd. Alan Moonia for-Ingle gentlemen, utaoar at A Rei -reneea en ranged WKbT roi RrrfKNTfl FTRKKT?A I.AK'lt aw' " L Kant U-ana and Seiko->m and al?-> two plaaaaat Mail K- orn*. A K -iit-a.-rian and wife or alnKl-- gentlemen -an be as r-mm--'aud. Otoner at B. breakfaet at 7 Kefe,-nora ?i l liar K'd. Oil) f-LM HTHrHT, VBAjl ? ?0 HMMMi eel - - t|-nrtmatila f< r immediate ovmatnoy. The '.-ivr???. r- n * In the rite, eonvl-lanng the e -nTeuien--e of w onosleal hoiiaekeei-lng Beet ? -d-img and Inrnli ira, with range, eorkipg tiierulU and linen complete; gaa and ('rotou. 6,1 C AND 047 HROaDN'AI CUNTON UOPBE.?a I 'J few elegantly furnlahal llonoia, foi g?n'!?m. n, ran now he engaged by appltOHiloa to the aorta bona*. HRo.VDWAT?PI.thTRB'S HOim -KUIOANT ly f irnlabed it i -uw for faml lea at alughi geot.e n,en. with full H-atrd, at a generrtia talilO; houi-e Brut dlaan; l-e-.-Uin iiii-i?| eeaed. l. rim rreonahte. lreru.au. boatrderw 11 H i par day 648 < ?H \ I'Rl UHAHU. _ _ BOAUD WaNIRH IN ?HN COUNTRV?ON OR ABOIT the Ut ol May till the l-t if Not em ben, bt * Iviy ami her ?on; two tto-ma rommi?e|e-iiiig, with full Hoard for the ia?l\ ai d partial ror Uin gcmlrmati; a la'tn b'-uae ji aforred, whrro t'jera ara bo o'hr-r Irourdera aad where the gantiemao eaa get in 1he cftt by 7 a N. and raimri at 7 P M . and a few miiiuu - * atk from either J- out or landing and 'ir ;he <i;r. N aiunl.mi paid to any r .miruK l-'AU n tnat doaa n it -oau eide with the alrore Plaaae addreaa 'or "rra week only B II H . bo* 14U Herald ofl-ca . fioi NTRY BOARD?ACi-OMBOPATION.J F'JR RKinT V or p#r??n^ it a ri?id??*i iiwr-*in from tho city, neat tb^ Kircnlaie nim't >o, W**u*hfi.*t*r routyf* Plenty ol' fruit, vegetable", Ae. lare- ?t?bte ami earriagn houaa. Addreea 11. li. b- i 1.14 Herald ollioe ^ /TODRTIIT BOABlt? T*i> ,,n THAKR V'aMUJH I ean h. aoeommod) tej in a healthy anl plena mii loraU-m h. Ireibrnl, tVea?cb?tirr county on lha H?rle.n Raltrcad, 1. Irir minute*' >We irom the c.tt, and Bee mluiitea' waia (i m Ue dap-II al?o Kflblliig for h-ireee. f tagea paaa the I ouae evr rv hour '-- e- nnert e llh Ike llarlem buau and Third i.vi noe ana tpp'y ?t the wond i out- above Twelfth atrret, on 1 Hh?m Hteriu*. or In the elotalnir ttorelMlBiiih atenu-^ /V(,| MKT HOAKf).--V l \N.'lrV HAVINO A LARHR t / none-' p.- i??*n> Ro-ime. would aco-iutinodate two ot tbiee'.nilllneor dllgte peraonK, ttlrtv nunutaa by Harlem ear*. depot lite nglmr^a1 walk; one hour by b-iat and "tc; rei- ? r -n-ung nery kOOTby the dour, lo ine wPb the boaw ?i> ,n?. ii a'rune, ilrtt b-rwe a-ore lenlh atreet. rremmtt, t\ refehmer eoun'y, New Vi rk flOtTHTRY nOARD-TO WIOOkfRRN AND iWARDI vy au?-a U1t, hati; <h bteaaant hoaaaln Drang*, N-w t- r ?y, on- h or ? ride In m New York, wonM uik- a ?eu-g la-It ? r a - hud to Board Addvem a note to Mrt L-nirg. Dr ang*, P. J , or to the I eraid o(B--e, I or hue week.