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L ' DV WHO H A" H\l? E\r'KRIKJCCK Pi SII'FS A silmuhui 4* h ? *" - ;* r in u bo'el or .rn? - I iiu y. *>?i.!i!i?rii.r) r< It g; ? u n re iril c tuara. P-r and capa bility i t wm 'o\ i til3 R'<-i hi Po-i .iii A 4 LADV UITH4KT I.N,"l MH't A k K, DSSIRFB AN J\ ??? !*>? ,.ir ; 'vern, s- oi to *ck'e pt-i >ii a ? Mower'a ?r nrs* l??(a IV Hav.ng f i. h. aekceittig would UK* to r> i.i ft i fur i lure Addrtt* ?' l> , R"al 1 slx.c Oihve, iS .5,1) 4 , COIIM'I,). 2.1! St. 4 S NI BSC aK!? SEAMSTRESS?WANTED, A S1TUA J\ i.mui >i> in.i M'i.ntii ?- by * re?p>. table Prj.ea >nii i' In rompe * nt iii taki* ? I in ? ol tuung children . an ?. ?' d ill di e?*<n noil In nil kinds n tamily se vinj; la kind aim .1 in . wiR nut bertelf genet a* ly useful: (and rSa* r Art g veil Can be seen at any urn inn igh >b< w.eksl tk. I'.ail aiMi-i, inrner o> H.gn Brooklyn. A 8 XURSE-A RESPECTABLE. STEADY WOMAN. j\ p.si Ui engaged, wanta a *Hiiat|<iii tu a private fantiL; mil laki 'iii* ?> nl>- from iu h.rth, tail a No awitt in m iiin; hactae beai cuy ?i?r.?iv. Can bo nru for ??o ds,**: S7 IViH Uin ..w, etwesu 5th au i tab aae*. Kiug uie thou uell. * HOTSEKE'i I'KR'S SITUATION WANTED-A LAD* oi ability, l uaipru nt to take charge of a eniicmau'ft nt inliitn i, , i*l'hit iii lhr ? ? ny or country, (rati.d Ilk - to ?aXe care 01 a house during lb<* wintrr, cr muger if d> sired. Hiiuuunauuu iio object PI ase addn s* Mr*. Joue*. iklS En.'Ink 4vr., for three day*. "T I Ol 8BKEEPER.-A LADV WOULD LIKE A SITUA 11 lion iu a a'l'uiii iiimu'k uiuiiv. would not ol je> t goiug to Ouiilorio*. AtiUn-aa M. I. K a'uilon , loroaoweea. oituation wanted?by a young lady, .ipkak O ilil! Kl SITUATIONS WANTED-MALES. 1m> tailors and clothiers.?wanted, a situ an m HUI.P WASTICD-EEMALES. AT BOOK HAM A BEDELL'S, 307 FOURTH AVENUE, inuj oo ound a large number ot very desir.ble serv .nw, a coo . la mdr .a ,ies'maids, scamsir'-fouis, n .is. s, w?.itr -on ..mi ..tils lor general woik, a.so, ooacumen, a*tM6i'?ra ?> tor*, A . /ALOAKMAKERS WASTED ?ALSO AN OPERATOR ON VV Wboi i r and W.Lnon'a inai bine, who undnratauds braid tug. hi. tidy won.. JAMES A. IIEARN A SOX, 773 Broadway. CALOAk MAKERS WANTED-TWENTY-FIVE FIRST J ?nn olo-.k. ma-i'-a ?an nil; to th"M* wlin thon upnly wiidi'intiii . me buainesn tuft ln .h. ?i pr n- will l>w paid. Ap ply ..1 N ' 7 Ludlow pla Houston si., batwoi n Sullivan and Va Uoilsai k?L 1LOAK MAKEI6S WANTED?THOSE ACCUSTOMED a iL'iAk n AKEIMs WANTED ?THOSE ACCUSTOMED V/ to Brsl .lusa work may ar|ily to Mine F. Pinch'ii. No. :<6 Bi?ei kvr ?L Operators, basters, button hole makers, on hi litary I rucks and Idouscs, w anted, at 215 Went t2d at., brtwera 8ih and 9tb ava., at i;ood pay and steady work. Q w TANTED?CLOAK HANDS. AT LORD St TAYLOR'S, corner Qrand Jt Chrymii' sirr-ts. TT"ANTED?A COLORED WOMAN', TO DO GENERAL Yv homework an I plain cno-ini: tor a small family; mum be neat, and come well revoninien.Ld, wftges $S per month. Apply at 98 Livingston ?t.. Brooklyn. ?\VANTED?AT TIl.MON'S. AifENCY FOR EMPLOY vT nil nt, 70 East 13ih *L. one door Pant of 4ih av . coma, laundresses, bouseworkcrs. chambermaldn, waller men and iioys. WANTED?ON STATES ISLAND. A NTCE GIRL, 12 if or 14 year- of aae. to ansisi In a smsll family, wages $2 per mm.tli. Addr 'nn L 8., b 'X IVJ Hera-d offlce. w ANTED-SO CLOAK MAKERS. APPLY TO A. M. A R. Dados, AOS Broadway. WANTED-a WOMAN, TO DO GENERAL HOUSE wur?, must pea good cook, wasiuraud ironer, rele rcut en requii-ed. Applj at 89 West 44 b at., on Muiidav, b? ?w ei n 12 and 2 o cke k. W-ANTBD-A LADY, COMPETENT TO TAKE CHAR S vV ot uttlai In tne tlotk deparuu nt of a bad U|ettv k"u a. one O' lStomed lo taking or cm for a tirst c an- ,iul trade. Addicsn, with lull particular., box 1;0 Hern' , r i.. .1 VVAN rE1'?1SEVERAL FIRST CLASS DRESS M.vKERS; v| none other* need apply; al*o several up; rent'ees. lL'J Bte ekt-r nt. WANTED?V FINE LOOKING. WELL EDUCATED ff and interesting young lad v i American or Uer-i an), t.i travel with an eip"rienced lady of the same ipialltlet. one wku baa musical talent prcfeired. Addiess foi turee days, U. S. Cftpiul, Herald ofllcu. TV'"ANTED?A GOOD SALESWOMAN, IN A FIRST " ?ia** uuliiuerj -a ll.-bineui; must npcaK French aud Euvlinh. Apply ut 6s Bleecker nt. XV ANTED?AN EXPERIENCED OPERATOR ON ORO * V ver A BsK' r's nia-hmc, nunc but g i?l op, r .tors i ed app'y; b >t wa csgiven. Appi.v toCUAS. 11,(11. Fr'lN A CO.. 31J Bio* way. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?SEVERAL CI.OaK MAK v? era; none but gun 1 bands nocun.omed to ihe bcntmtjr retail work need apply ntr*d> rmplovnti-nt and ti.,- igftc-t *r?te* w ill ? given to g ... g. Is. Ap y at Arnn'd Consta ble .? Co. s work r.v.iu. llruo . i' < urn r ?.f (> e ? TI' ANTED?A YOUNG L\DT, WHO IS WILLING TO ? ' go Ui ?\ a-iiiiigtou, a...l lauabl. to as'i t .it icndn r fir-telaaa vlun rooms. A. dr en X. Y. 7.. Herald nllice. TlfANTED? A FEW iIOOD EMBROIDRREsSES TO f v work on si k bann rs; nn'y ill > u.'-vti to work ins io -ratne u.-'d apply at Lo. J X Taylor's, Broadway, I or aer oi O and at. Einrance to workroom in 'li .nd st. a) nan n \nds for worsted crochet work w.''W1 "waiMe.i Immediately.?Good sod steady wort, w 11 be P. en by the manufart rer? themacivea, so .ts to enable banilwt.i no their v. or* a bonie. Apply to L. Bambeiget. 77 7o> at., between la; aud 2d av*. HELP WAYTEU-MALE*. AGEXTS CVN make *15 PER I?\Y SELLING OL' it GRKAI IN EQUALLED PRIZE AMI STATIONERY 1 Al KAtlES. THE MOST POPULAR ARTICLE OF THE DAT, CONTAINS ti WORTH OK I INK ARTICLES, FOR OM.1 2ft FEN 18?FINE PAPER, WRlflNO MATERIALS, rich iBWELKV. and a wonderful quantity or FANCY ARTICLES PAPER AND E.NVfcLOl'K- PRINTED IN BEAUTIFUL COLORS. A splendid Watch and gwid Timet,, eper free to sllari ntk Heai,I for eiroilar H. C. Kit K A Kits A CO., 1U2 Nasaau ?tre.-t tonly Piire Pai L.ige House in tbei lty). BOY WANTED-BY A PURU8I1ER. IN OFFICE NO 21. ai .17 Park row. not less .ban It ; must w lie w?U; wl.ibavetimi tor Improvement, duties lUhl; wages $S per month. Apply on Monday, at Io A. M . with reference*. An. Cl.ERK WANTED-IN A DRY GOODS STORE; ONE ho ha. had wiuie exia nence in city retail trade. In %iitie o. William Orandy, Mb Grand at., Williamsburg. Drug clerk wanteD-a young man accus t?:neu to the d ?j ? nsl ,( n -|?rtn ei.t In all lis blanches, and well smtuainied writh (he general routine of the e.rug ? usioesa. Apply to L. 8- Hubbard. Ijh Atlantic at., Kroog I?n T -HI UNDERTAKERS?A MAN ACCUSTOMED TO THE aiane b-sine.*, and who ran give g'.od recommenda tions a* t character had ability, may apply for a pei mannil tic I situation al the corner ol Court and Baltic st.H.,*Bio<iklyD. TO IIATTEK8.-A BOY WANTED BETWEEN 16 AND 17 years nt ace, as au apprentice lo soil hat finishing. Apply a' 22 Walker *L WANTED-AN AGKNCY TO PUR< HAKE AND PgB ward omiDtry propuce, such as bop*, app.e*. bmiei, cheese, oats, poia, *C. Auv party Wartu.g, pleas, address H H. Mnrgan, Herkimer. S Y. VI'ANTED-IN ANOKFICE IN)WN DdWN, A CLEVER ft intelligent hoy, or rcsp- table ronnertbuis. wbe write* pretty ? eil. A ldre?* Cnunscilor. box 4,^79 l*..st oltioe. In t,.e fcandwrtting of IhCspplKant. stating age rneriiiee- Ac \\ ANTED IN A RETAIL STOKB ON BROADWAY, A vv n.wn a* eatry ob-rk and b,e>kx. e,et. A .ilreu lor one werk, slat ng lowr?st aaiaij and <|uanfl(ai ous. l o ik. ep er Herald oiboe. WANTED?A PRACTICAL MAN, WHO liKDKR v? ? iind* t: ? bustaese ol pieperlng Itiimluate ot mert ury ot pa eussi ,n ;? wrd-r; or one wh'. h*a suillcieiit rheninal k .? e .t" Ki ? uri >: that bu-lnes* Addre.-s G, box 2,7tsi Fast .dike. N T > ucb an.1 Ei glisli, as ssle-w unxu, fiber in a ?tilhui ry good* or iaiivy store. Address At. J. F. box 117 U-r:,ld ?Ui,?. LAUDATION WANTMD-HY a Y-OL'NO OIRL, to do f general tan lurui.-h the be?t ui ,uty rele rcn "s lo iu her u*i c.uployer. Apply lor two dxyaatlft it. i ti nut ?.. WANTED?A GOOD PLACE FOR A GIRL. BETWEEN II II and 12 teal's old. *be i* very smart about the hunk , and ?'0ei,i 'i i care ol an uitunl; w,.uid only reip lie hrr Y> a.d .tud Ceinloiub.e clotbihg. Address C. L S., *ia MuB tfc TI'ANTKP-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN. A it situation ** co-is, wa-hi-r aal miner, or to de the-en nl!" * w oi a of a small fa.idly. is a good cool; and<?rel ) m wa-ber and tinner, can give good city refeience t"all at in ??-. 2tlh ah, for two day*. i a* cun'.umc ittcr, by u :uan of experience, who so it,in.-It tht ; est ay re.eronce. Foi inioruiutlou app.y to Mr Nugent, 154 Fulton st,, in the tai.or s store. UlLTF.KS WANTED?NONE BUT GOOD. HANDS need ap.dy to Mine. F. Pinchon, 56 Blsecker st. rpHRLE GOOD OPERATORS ON SINGER S SEWING 1 ins.htr. those used to leather work jircfui rei; p>> Hiaeeu: suuatl UI? at good wages. Apply to E. Bartlelt, 258 P uri *t. W'AMKD-A SklAH-r. INTKI.LDiENT LaD, WHO V* e?u wnte a fond ba?v ?nd IS Wiling tn make blm?? If f.'114'auy u-efir in sn ohce. Address, In handwrlt.hg of ap| -ant, loi 4 331 Post oitfe. W"ANTED a BOY F?)R opesimg OVKTKRS. IN VV 8iepi.asy A lliiri" * iss i?, t. No 6 Hanover rt, corner o! E> uange j,js*. A|u ;> at 11 , ih Hotel. 1(17 W ksiilngtuii St., Hofcoken, i^ at lb ? sw tr dins tiun, on Mou ?ay w A>TIH??.-IEVERAIj ACTIVE AND INTELLIGENT Audi b Jt A. 1 STEWART tt CO. "Vy ANTED?TWO FIRST ^t'LASH CLOAK SALESMEN, a lad of 18 or 18 vr?r? of air, who hits some kiicwiedge of dry good-, t<i <Aiiver pare, la, *?'. Apply ? ~ V PRY W K. PRYToN. 274 Bowery. w 7ANTED?AN EXPERIENCED COFFEE ROAMTRE, ?lib gtexd ref. r> ore. Apply al 27* aud 2-1 Front it. rllF-Nt H AIIVKKTlNKMKNrS. OR Df5MANDE?UNE BONNE FKANCAISK POUR soigner deux enlans de bet, an< et coudre 8'adie? rer an ?>in sud eueet de Seme av. ?t la Sdeine rue, pour deux je.il k, event mldl on apres cluq Beure* le MB. BILLIARDS. Y COMPLETE ASHORTMENT OF FINE BILLIARD J\ lai'le* with Pbebtn ? Combluauon Curb ons, unxuiisl. J\ Tai'b* mih rkshn ? (.ankkuXH uiispiom, kmsutl. led for ??errwrtne.se durability and general excellence. R e. r> 'btng in the In I lard tsade at low pw.ee For sale hy J-HR LAN a ? 'il.LLNDEH.il" ?HCiosby s"e. \N ) AST PERSON IN WANT OF BILLIARD TABLES A can besnltud b* ealllei' and examining Khaip'x unuro' e t T hies, with hi* ar'w paieut Cnalimit*. whl a for accuracy and e sap' ty surpass any other* yet made, and all.eh he milere I >w Inr rase *t the memtfaeterr, I4S Fultog street. J1'0""??"used Jil *hW viH.;;. -; - TI "rk/MLLINO'S PATENT CO MP RE: "ED ITORY BIL VV ba.d. B gale 's ?nt Ftlte, n ns l pool Faro Cherka I grtmgsK Mitg", ft' , n annla >ured and I >r sale Hr *11 M B klAllil '** i' ?'o street sl.n of the Gabion Eiepbsat TlfK THAOKS. A BOY, NE.AK 16 V I.A.lrt OF AGE, WWHBS TO BK .2* ? ome uu apprentice tn learn X6? iii*citin *4 trade, 111 euuer city or oiiu.y Hefereusas aMorepueadMxIe. Fur funncr p..rtuu'iiis r.Il ou or address Joseph French. Jjo East 12th st., New Yoi k. /IQOFgU WAETKD.-STE\DY WORK ROB Til E \D w luicr. highest pi. ?*? paid; ?wt romnl and Hal hoop Hour bar mix and tuui barren Apply to A. T. Brtggs, 64 Humeri ailp I 4OO"KR0 WAN JED -AT 168 WK8T 48T11 NTKKKJ. L* Good waye, .id C3O0D 0TBAV f : I i'KRS WASTED?BY BAKKR A I 8 nun l->ua?d I t.' ? ei.ire kl T I AT FINIHIIBKS WAVTED-AT TUB HAT PAOTORY, II duplet ill, Btuten I.- ,ii?d; steady ivors and good ?'t es. impure at the Go story or .it the oflioe. No. I New street, earner of Wall. New York. LEE A MGKKDv OlKNEYMKN JEWELLERS WANTED? ALSO A BOY Apply ?? Chatellier k S pence, 71 Trail. ACIIINIRT AND BOILER TENDER WANTED.-Al* piy ai US Dnane st. TO PHOTOGRAPHERS?WANTED. TWO THOROUGH, ? in ru n <d w n; kntcn. one to make negatives. tin-o. In i If nr'nt. Apnly on Monday irrnii n to 10 A. M., at Kimiail's gallery, 477 Bt midway. 1M> TIN RoOFRRS.?WANTED, SIX TIN KOOKEK8. at 152 i uurt at , II roosJj u. TIN A Nil 11 KIT. IRON workmen wanted hi.'hc i rages *iv n. A| ply for one week to W. II. Cory, 117 Hei-kuiiu kl. WANTED-BOOT MAKERS AND FITTERS ON PINK iKxna, the highest wages paid. None but the beat aoikmen need apply ui E. A. Brooks. 150 Fulton at. /"ANTED- FINE BUSINESS COAT HANDS; EXTRA price paid SHAKER A WHITi ORD, 283 anil 285 Bioadway. e] M w ?;antku-two tin plate and sheet iron TT worfcon. <<er day 'or good workmeu at -t77 8th av., between 35th and .'ioth a s. WANTED-TWENTY GOOD HARNESS MAKERS, AT 32o4.il at. YI/ANTFD?TWO GOOD HARNESS MAKERS, TO vT ? bom roiixtiiiit eini loymeat will be given. Inquire at A3 Atlantic si., Brooklyn. W ANTE I)?A GOOD .T< UilNEYMAN TAILOR : ONF. who can make n -'oa'; the best city wages paid io one who will unit and con-taut work n.l the year round. Aim, a good tallorevs t<> ntsh "atus after a inachiue. Inquire Sir l'our days ut Jo'.iu Doyle's, 238 Henry at., neat Atlantic, South Brooklyn. WJ 'ANTED?AT 159 AND 1C1 MERCER STREET. THREE .. or four oo gliders; 18 cents per hour. Apply Mou. day morning, hctwer ,i 7 and 8 o'elock, at Pryor .t fdiort'*. HOUSE*, ROOMS, 4tcZ WAVTID. J3URN'NRHKD MOUSE WANTED-UNTIL MAY NEXT, L by a amali family, Location in t below Fuurte-nth or above T irty- ourGi i- reei, w. ai of Filth avenue. Address, with purlieu lam, AV., box 4,'ltl5 Post ollice. 11 USE IN THE COUNTRY AVANTKD-o 1 THIN tbiity milas of New York,cMtundiMa water view, at a moderate rent ? or Boat d (or i family of four per ion*, where nu other hoarders ?'-?? taken Address fur one week, stating term*, s. K R., 3ft Pine street, Nmv York. HOUSE WANTED?A KUHNISHED HOUSE, near Union or Hullion square. ?o, aix months or ? ne tear, ly a family of t- lee adiiiis: rent about $'.Mk) to $1 0 ti per auuuni. Furniture shall have best cure, poaie.isiou 1st of December. Addreie E. E. I'., He.aid ollice. Meat market a\ an ted?any party having ore to ill-nose of, or having any tools ur tbufi lor such an erabllshmei t, or ;; Sausage Cutter or Mott s Kettle, to sell cheap, may addr *a Market, box 130 Herald oOlce. F II Rooms-suitable for housekeeping, either I irn-shc i or nnl urn-hod, wauled by u family of t.iree adults ,.iin thri e jomb, e dtdim. Kitchen, b.ithroom and g o- indiM eiiaitlile, and location Pot to he uhnve Thirty-foilrih Mice!. Ke crcm e given and rent pa d in advance. Address, with full | ai ticulnrs, W. C. R-. box 3,150 Post ollice. WAXIBD-A SMALL TWO STGRY house, FUR TT nlsucd or unf ur.iished, In a good location up town. Address, with full parlicuiurs, T. hex 1.314 Bust odlce. TUANYEl'-A STOKE, SUITABLE FOR THE WIIOLE II aalprodmc bttkluess. In the vicinity ol Broa ' street (south of lteai er suest preferred), to be ready fur oo upaiu y Novooibrt 1. Audress, u,tu ) arte ulius, box 4,474 Post ..di e, \i ANTE' -TWO FIJiOCS, WITH STBAM POWER: A IT first snd lecniid iiocr. rontauung 4.f*?) superticlul feet on csch. uud cell hgh cq. Address, stating lowest rent, L, box 3JI74 New \ ork Post ollice. Wanted-by a gentleman and wife, the Second Floor of a h-uise (with llall B?"1p?uii). fur oisiiCo; al.?, K tchcn ,?nd srivant's Room. Ncighborhoo 1 from T-nth i0 T.hiruei i s'rcei, between Fourth and Seventh aieiii.ee. Address, with full particulars, box 4.571 Post utll c Vl/ANTF'i?IN BP.OOK'.fN, BY A GENTLEMAN AND 11 U s " il . until thclkto, next June, u nicely furnish ed Houre, well locaU'd. Address E M., box 139 Herald XT'ANTED?A FURNISHED HOUSE; ENGLISH HASE il nn-'fl picferred; must be In pood order, between Four ra nlb and Thirty fou-. th streets and Fourth and Sixth ?? eto.c-, from now tn May 1. 186.3; family consists of four d> , * ?dull*, and ( ? r.cctly responsible. Apply to JOHN HE A ITT, No. 2 llarnsoti street. W k.NTl D-A SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGE, WITH r" -ar en-, n Hro klyn or Jersey City, unti' May 1. with pro "g- one year. i'l nvt1 u ?' >uht suit wo.ilo buy ths ? if f n - i.e. Fain iv oon-ii's o." a guinl man, liis wife ami sc. vu. t . Ad- m- t o. age, box 127 H -raid oll.ee, stating rent. W'ANTED-A HOUSE. WITH ALL THE MODERN IM 11 pro cmciiis, i s . teii H-ould purohak - eventually: also pail- f -rushe I and unfurnished Huitsss ua neil lor r>-. spi-oiabie part ? ?. Fur parte ulsrs apply to JOHN GINTY, Ke; i 1 ?ifite and Hou-e Ag ut, 125 Fourth avenue. Ill ANTED? N A GENTEEL NEMUHORilOOD, BY A ft -i.x.i lami.y.pa; ut a hous ?, furnl-hcd, with ? v-Ty thicg onmp etc ior bo a- . epm , either in Brooklyn or New Y-uk. ..i.lres ll ni.v !. qer Herald ollice. II 4MED-I e: ? FURNISHED HOUSE. IN A V .out i rpuiiKiole pent eumu and his wife (hi K., box 102 Herald od.ee, slat ing p- ,ue ?I \\TANTED?A D PaRLHR AND TWO BED Tf . with all the rnod-rn conve. riicncch ami ... . . iin.iy. in a | leaaant location. I ui a -call ta Hi. He ? e? exchanged. Address S.. box 3,701 Post ?B: c. WANTED?A FARM OR COUNTRY RESIDENCE. wln .i. i< it or oi l ti miles of this cilv. in exchange fur pxrlcity profwrty; fkrnnsst e yiej Issprfrsk,ml n ar Sti-ainboit andt. : t depot, a a tore larta pr ferred. Apply al ur au te?i JY8 Ninth sveuue. WANTED TO PI RCHAsB?A RESIDENCE ON FIFTH ft g enu , fn I n./i'd lot. Ap|>iy PiALLbN A BROWN, Reai t uie Ur> s> is .nd Anctione m. bo Bio.dway. W ANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIRE, PART OF ?T u line! Hollar, ..al, ol die uaiemenl and trunt or hack par.or. A idrcse, staung pai lisu.ar*, P. E. V., Herald odicc. W'ANTED?HALF OF A FIRST CLASS HOUSE. LO TS canon tint atiove Tw. niifttb street, and between Second an ; Bl/uib svci , s. the i s-t of reiersni-e given and re quire,.. A'.uri"-K House, box 174 Herald udiee. W ANTE D-A DWELLING HOUSE. MEDIUM SIZE, ft With WW it TT il inftWdMMt sol able ior a Ladies' Boarding House LucaMon in a quiet street, between Blee ker and Klghie nth sir. els. uud hitth and Seventh ave nu s; ret t a out ?40u, rsiermces given. Address F. B., Herald oihce. WANTED? MvlEDIATELY, A MEDIUM RIZED Hou-e w., I the modern improvements, bawted east O. Sixth avenue, atlu between fourth and Twentieth streets; rent iitniiiri.i-iied) not luexi-eeo 0(M). Addix sa G. E. Grif fin. box 1 62s Post ollice. V\' ANTED?FURNISHED, THE FIRST OR BECOND ft i o >r of a pies.an Jy bvaucd house, by a Kcnllnuan with a Mual. tain.iy. four 10 number, hir lioiikekucping. Tbe best o. s i . renci-s given and required. Terms nmat not ex ? red >20 per mouth. Last Ion above Four'li -It eel, and be tween I turd and Ninth aveuar. Addr"**, staung particu lars, llouaeke' per, Heiald otB e. U/ANTKD-A SMALL HOUSE. OR LOWF.It PART OF TT one, for a (amity of lour grown prisons, rnnrcniaiit to aline of rail ears, or in Brooklyn, cmse by Fulton ferry; must bavs gsa and aster; r?nt paid In advauue II deslri d. Addreaa Tenan , box I5U Heiald ?dice, staling rent and loca tion, as noue others will be sttended to. BOAliPmy AND MIDHING. A PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCUFTING their own premlaes Would aocommouate s genileinsn and wife, oi a tew auigh- gentleincn. wtib B >ard. Relcrencea ex changee. Appiv al 16 Rutgers place. A FRONT ROOM.(ON SECOND STORY. TO LET?FUR n sue , to t MDgle gentleman in a strictly private ta nilly. L? ?t nip In Twenty-seventh street, betwe' n Sixth and Hevsntb svsnuea. Use of piano it desired. Tel ins 02 60 per tssek. Aildress C. M , box 125 Herald offli'e. Y I.E; MAN FAMILY. OF THE HIGHEST RESl'ECT . \ a mil), would lei a few Roon s, with . anuitlle Board, to single gentlemen, in Ninth street, between Huh and Suth avei in-,. Dinner al 6 o clock. Apply at No. 1 Barclay street. In ine ossein- ni. i FRENCH PRIVATE FAMILY IN EAST KIGU i\ teemb ktreet, near Second s.enue, cansccummodsti' a few aiogb- gentleinen or a genthm an and wife with pleasant Kootiis arid e<'(Mb-i,' Hoard. Relcrenres exchanged. Ad dress F ti.. box 2,347 Post ofll'-e. AT 130 MADISON AVENUE.-A HANDSOME SUIT OF Rooixik nu the second floor now vscant Ins first class bouse. Best rsferenoes given and required. A WIDOW LADY. LIVING OOtH AM) KLT1RKD. HAS I a neatly inrmsb'-d second story front Room to lei, to a lady and gentleman, with tUil or partial Board. Apply at No. it) Weal Eleventh street, near Filth avenue. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE OR TWO SINGLE gentlemen can i>e accommodated with pleasant fur nished H arms - nd Board la a sinal. priv ite ismily, to a pica kaat Pea Ion. ?/ Morton si re-. I, one door enat td lladson street. Re,eeences exchanged. A Young gentleman requires board and a small Be im on iu a respe.-laole pr vate tsillily, where h? nii,. e ,er e ice .be comforts of a home; ior sueh ho sill pa> 10 ? ar week; lo-alion must be east of tlin Boweiy'ind e oi o ol Giaml ttieet. Address Immediately, with number of street, J. p Jemes, 7V Bowery. A FROM IIODM OS ? r.i o.ND HTOF.V TO LET FUR ui?lii d. to a single gi-nHeoian, In a strictly private ta rn.ly. location iu fw uty inventh street, between Sixth and Ae'eutbai nnes; ??e ut piano II desired, term* $l 60 per week. Addn-ss i,. M,, Inix Hft Herald otllce. * LAUt.E FURNISHED ROOM To LET?WITH ALL 2x modem i nbfhveiiieaia. locaix.-i central and very ilenira ble, p. ?? ntlemi n unit Terms motets) . Best ol referenc; required. No. 9 Washington place, near New York Hotel. A PRIVATE FAMILY. OCCUPYING A LARGE AND well fiirnhdnd souse, plraeantly s.tuaied near Union square, wo l.l rec.t three or four Room* on the third floor; also a eery liendsi.me Parlor oa the nret Hi sir. to a party of gentlemen Hr. sfast and dinner If req.iired Undonhud releremesg.ven nd required, end a liberal pr,r.. expected Aodb sS bog 620 Post ufBce. AT M N 'ND KIKERT, A PARTY OK *11' NILE MR V wlsMlng to ii*ois togelhrr can onulii ?wo .arge Hooms e'u I soil, w.ti i .? .it Hoar 11 n n,i di ,te Ai?o*fi? I slngh sod stil- Rooms D-fii.o at !>H u'cI.KS A fir,| ciaas juouu wlllleg !?<) lot Ki s 9.' _ _ MARDINC AfD LOOUnb. A IIO?|,-fAXTKO, BY A YOUNG 'TIN, A ? . 11 tr,ut? a'"' ***? m * location. bcu ,* J* "est Eigurae.!.ih Mieols, nut lower (lia.ii S.xt'i *. p?vaui families need apply Kct rcticcs - iij. ig< .1 I.'rm. stated, nut lower thai. duth (VtkW. A .OR*Tf*MAN AND WIFE, INFANT ?* nur**' end *Ui? rdesire Board rispmuie Until list tut hist cls-a accommodations, tor winch it u'?-.-uJ pn'se vti.'t be i it I. Addrcaa K. M W , ,t?, ,t | ?? A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE Olt TWO GENTLEMEN ,-fy J'** ?*> > eainbtc R'eti-i* with ui wltlluut Board. at ?"li ?'?l.T,v'" ?'>""?oii'lutiwt. The noose contains nil the UtOriern > rn ptov^ in fnK Lm-ation *. ftatutly ; rivals. At* It jcucv* eifii tuii?u. A HANDSOME Jturr OF ROOMS, SUITABLE KOR A *1. "L'.'ii ???, it 1.P23 Boadway, betnrecu Tw nlj-fitthi an 1 Twenty-sixth sl:*cta. Also a suit of uitiui itiKbed i|ArtnBOU. AN ENGLISH LADY. HAYING IIOItE ROOM THAN .- would tm |,uppy to let two handsomely luriiished R-.oma togeutlemru onfv, with tide ?*!*?-*3- Apply 1- fvtat 'l'liii leuiiiii ocui DuIiuoihco'ii ?*'W r.flUumrU. A PRIVATE FAMILY. RKID'NO IN A PLEASANT TX. )>artoi ilie city* hit* bov^r i. |*l< &9aui Room* tc Kit to k? ia lumen or K?r?UdiucD tint! their lannUe*. wiia Boai'4, Ke.erent ?s eilian-ed. App.y *i lb Went Kurtyur-i *lr?et A HOTEL.~FKAXKFORT HOCKE?iAO ROOMS?ONE block oaki ?i| Oily Hall. coiner orftVui kfori nd William iflrf el*. Neatly I m ulshed light R^nns, otie person, 2ft toil ornt? per day; >1 to $2 per week. limine men a,I niyht. ATM EIGHTH STREET (CLINTON PLACE). CAN IMS hail :.n eit-gaul Suit of Rooms with t private Parlor, will or without pinvat-* t*hlf and eKcliiaivn n**? or bath room. 4c.. wither by a family or company of ^eiitk men. Also, Hoard tor a ntim Har ol ^ouMoimcji t, recite men and their wive*. A SUIT OF ROOMS WITH FULL BOARD-IN THE lirst cla** iiouae No. ft West Twenty-IV n th street, near to.idts, n I arlt; huusc in hue cruer, ami lccaUiat tery denia ble. A young widow, haying taken a handsome Iin -erri mil house in the neighborhood ui P.roadwav and Tltiriy-aernud sired, would let a handsome): famished Room to a lady and gentleman. without Heard; or would board a lady, or w , iid l?l un uuf.irun.lu I R. oin tu phi'In s having their own furniture. Ai)dre?s ntation G. Tor three day a AT 71 WEST TWENTY SIXTH STREET.?A GENTLE matt and hit w ifti or two ? ngla ttutiuc.ieru ? a;i Im y. txuniuodaled with plcauut Uoutiie aud liouid. H auer a! ball-past si* o cluck. AT 3A GREAT .IONFS STREET.?GENTLEMEN AND their w ive* or single guiiUenicn ran he aticomiiiodated with pleasttiu liooiua with U aid. Dinucr at aix u'oJoch. A GENTLEMAN and wife or two single gen .hV lleinen < an itave a Lout Parlor on Meeoud liuor, or i'ar lor and llall Kooiit adjoinmn', with but and eoM water and a'C ? pantries, fiotn $12 to $15 iier week. Lo.aitii.u, No. 01 rtvenih avenue, third door abovo FourU'entb street. A widow lady o c< ttying a pleasant HOUSE, oetweeu Manistiu and Fourth uveuuen. wishes u> let a ?nit of lurnlithcd Kuoina tn two ?eutieui ? , or 10 a Inly aud yiMitleiuau, with luti or imrtial Beard, hpply at 4hEa>t Thirty urst erect 4 rUWIISIlED ROOM AND TWO BEDROOMS TO A let?With everythini; eenvenlent foi hnusekeepind: water .Hid t;aa iu the ruoina. Terms only ft p r wee',, in. e'.u.iind uaa. Referencea exchanged. Aunly at So "JO West Twenty.tilth street. A LADY' WOULD LET A NEATLY FURNISHED Boom to a gentle.,-.,:! inn, wiU. B.-ard for the lady Only. Vptilv to 57 IS > ?t Washington place. A GENTLEMAN. WIFE AND CHILD WISH BOARD in a private family ,v..ur * there are no n ucr laKtrderit, i-J will h-i any taken; oi.e large room, nr wi ll hall bedroom a 'a, lied State purlieu!,am and loH t-ai price. Addicts t 'as.i, lent U8 Herald oilicc. t TTENTIGN IS CALLED TO THOSE LIVING IN ^ Y ho ads and Hoarding houses, to an establishment opened at 110 Mardomtal street, and furnished with everything neces sary for housekeeping, in outer that a family may have a complete horn-- and live at low rates. AT36 WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET, NEAR FIFTH aveuuc, in a suiuli private lumpy, a Parlor and two Bedrooms to let. with or without Board, to a family of adults, or single gentlemen. References exchanged. A SMALL private family, occupying a first class house in Eleventh street, near Fifth avenue, will lei a Parlor and Bedroom ior Bedroom only), both hand somely luruiahed and wtih all the modern unnroveineuts, to a gentleman, with breakfast served in room if rcouired For particulars apply at 158 Broadway. A FRONT PARLOR ON SECOND FLOOR. WITH ONE or two Bedrooms, also a large back Parloron lirst floor, elegantly furnished and containing every convenience, to let, with Board, in the first class house 3d West Twelfth street. Dinner at 6. Board?one or two pleasant and nicely : uimshed Rooms to let, in a private family, with Board. It preferred, meals served In room. ?5 West Eh-vemh street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Board?good board, and handsome room, new carpets, Ac., to let to gentlemen or gentleman and wife, on reasonable terms. Would be let without Board, if prcieired, with use of kitchen, Ac. 47 Amity street. Board.?four large rooms on second floor to let. separately or together, with Board. Apply at 20 Ea ! Thirteenth street, betwuen Univertlty place and Fifth avenue. Board?well furnished rooms to let. with Board, at 1.8 isnland place, Pcrrv street, near Waverlev place. Tne house contains all the modern Improvements. Terms very reasonable. Board?a gentleman and wife wish "a neutly turmshed Room, with Board, In a small, plain family; where i-ere are no other boarders, preferred. Ad dress immediately, v. 1th every particular and nnte. L. O F Herald oiliee. Board-in a private family, can be obtain. ed for a gentleman and wife, with handsome accom. ne-date-n*. comprising ,ho entire Heron d I- loor If desired, in a liret class brown atone house, eont tin ing all modern im provements. Terms moderate and references exchanged. No. 70 East Twenty seventh street, near Fourth avenue. Board-neatly furnished rooms to let, wlih Board, for $6. or with t re and gas $7 50 per week; al-o a large second story front Room will be let For house keeping if desired. Wanted, a little child to hoard. Inquire at No. 3 Ludlow place, between Sulllt.m and Maedougal streets. Board?a gentleman and wife wish board In a private family; location near Fourteenth street. Address Mrs. P., Untou square Post oSlec. Board?a nice furnished room to let, with Board. In a plain, small family, to a young laity, terms $3 a week, in East Tenth street. Address Mrs. Storrs, sta tion D Post o nes, New York. Board?at 48 west twelfth street, rooms, a.ngly or'in suits; house newly furnished. Those w ishlng permanent board aiul the comforts of home will do well to call. Diuner at 6 o'clock. Reference required. B* OARD?ELIGIBLE BOARD FOR AN INVALID OR laay expecting to require medical care, kindness and home attention. No children or boarders. For loestlou, terms, Ac., apply to or address Dr. Thiers, 1,217 Broadway. Board and pleasant rooms, neatly fur nlslted, to let, at J6I Fourth avenue, slnglv or in suits, o families, with private tablet, or to single gentlemen, with pnrt.a Board. The houic has the modern Improvements References exchanged. Board on mukray hill, -a few elegantly furnlshe I Rooms singly or en suite, to let. with Board, in the new tlrat class brown stone houses Nos.*70 and 72 West 38th at. Board in Brooklyn?board for gentleman and wife and single gentleman, at 73 State strce.. All modern conveniences in the house. References eg. hanged. Board in Brooklyn?handsomely fur mshed Rooms In a hr?t r in house, with good Board, may tie obtained on moderate terms by applvingat 1(17 Amity street, or at MI Second place. Dinner at six o'clock. Board wanted?by a gentleman and wife. in .? nwiwctahle, small private family, wuere no oluer boarders will be taken; full Board lor lady and partial for gentleman; terms must be reasonable. Address, stating ac commodations and pnoe, W. 8. M . Herald office. Board wanted-i or a oentleman and his wile; a furnished Room, with Bedroom attached, on second floor, front, and full Board; locaikui not above Four teenth atieel, between Fifth and Seventh avenues. A private family preferred. References exchanged. Address B. 8. W., Herald office. BHAKI) WASTED ?IN A FIRST GLASS MODERN house, In a good location, where three are but ftw boarders. Dinner at 1. Two handsomely furnished and p I asant Rnenis on aecond floor (Iront rooms if possible), for a lady, two children, three and six years, and servant. In cluding tire and gas. at leasonSfde rates. Address Excelsior, Herald cilice, stating terms aud arrangement of rooms. B^HOARD WANTED?FOR A GENTLEMAN AND HIS w ife In a private family, where there are no other board ers; a goot vised Room with all the modem Irapiovetiients, g%* nr.-, water. Ac. Terms mutt he low. Address, with pries and partlc ilars, T. H., box 4,723 Post office. Board wanted-by a gentlemin, wife and ? single gentleman. In a good location, A Parlor and Bedroom adjoining and one single Room Addreae, with terms and particulars, K. G , box 125 Herald office. Board wantkd-by a gentleman and wifb, In a private lantiiy; would prefer una orlno unlumiii sd Rooms. Address, stating lull particulars and tanns, which must be moderate, R. L , box 4.88V Post office. Board wanted-for a gentleman, his wife two children (one sit yearn old and the other an Iniant) aa l nurse; ons large room and am-ommodawon lor nurse, with good family fare, required. Address J B D . box 1 Xk) Po?i office. Only those answers stating tcrnn explicitly will be attended to. Board wanted immediately?by a gentle man, wile and daughter. In a liru <uss house; on* Parlor and two Bedrooms on the second floor, between Eighteenth and Forty-tourth sire.-ts. and Ms limn and Sixth avenues. Best of nelerenue given and required. Address l?.? t.eR'i New York Post olfi- e Board wanted ?a gentleman and wife want ? a Suit ot Rooms on the sc, out uo-.r of a lirst class noose above Fourteenth street, about the middle ot Deci-mwr. An auteeable latnlly, who will tw elve few or n< other boarders, prefcired. A pleasant and eomfortstde 1 inia Is sought. Will pay nliout fldO i er month. Naiisls .ory ?references given. Answers giving full partlcular? im sollrttfd. Ad mess II S. box III (ft raid offira Board wanted?by a gentleman \nd wife, in a good netghborhiKid up town Must have a ,omt?rtsbie and neatly furnished loom Terms, inrlmi ng gas and ttro, niukt not exceed f:'?8 k. ttd per month. A ornate lanuly wishing to red mat ei|s nses pieferred. A tiirMk B U. R , Herald otlkw. OARDING?desirable moomh and board at No. 17 Went Tweniy-sevetilh stn-et. 1>OARDING?TWO OK THREE RESPECTABLE GEN Jj ilemen can have good Board, with neatly iiirnbuii-d R??,tns, by applying at Ivtttf We-t I w.-uiy-n (h'h strr-ct; also a handsome suit ot nnftuuished Pailom. Brooklyn iieioiits, no. u popiur rtheet-to ?et a moiern tlnee story hrs k liuusi. thine niliiutos' walk from Fulton lerry. flood netahborhood. Rent Ion to a rcspounble tciir.nl. Apply to B M. TAT LOR, No, 8 Fine ?treet. B Hoard;no?two gentlemen can be acgom. modat.-d with ptes.ant Risan* and good B.uttd, in a pttvfti* fHttiky?on r-^/nmu'tf lorruiL Ijf implying *1 Aft ftf. hum ?ir?*A. HOARDING AND LdOQIHOi BOARUINtd.-F >1*11 OK FIVE YOUNG Wr'N CAN ohti.in g***1 hoard and peasant Rooms .-.i is. Or*ud ?tttl. ?!?<> a fee. day board' re ukrn BU PONT HOD SB. CORNER OP II UDFON AMD LAIGHT , upp .?itr St. J husu-trk, sulUttie lor tall ilU?H or ugie gentlemen. Terms moderate. UioAkf xst froui / to II', .mti' r4 6. Barb, r shop te Int. 1ALBUAMTLV FURNISHED ROOMS TO RET TO A J MUSmku Hiidluoy, in a private family. AJilr is M. S., lUtlou la Tool ohicc. SfLKOANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO RET?WITH 'J Hoard, to gentlemen. at 63 W, ?t Twenty-M>lh str- el. CTURNISHKD OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS, WITH X1 KoarJ, At .13 li.iuk, street. IjU'RNIAHED ROOMS 4TO LET-WITI1 PARTIAL Board, Ir, apri.ale fain ty; House new, wits ail the modern Improvements; location excellent. references ex changed. Apply at 184 Blocker street. ljU'K.YISHED BOOM I.) LBT-IN BROOKLYN, TO X iiin' or iw i gentlemen. It in a very pleasant oci'iou, where '.an la- loiutl ail ilia cotulorie u! a home, with a very small famllv Apply at the toller lieuse No I7v Adelutn Mi< At, Brooklyn Furnished rooms to let-with board, in a private family, at 30 Amity atrett. FH'KMiSIIKD ROOMS -WITH BOARD, FOR A OEM tleinail and wife, alao for single geuiltiiiinn, in a plea sant location, ronv -nicnt to cara And <-tu.,ee Dinner at ?. References required. Apply at 74 Clinton place, one door be low Filth aven u'. IflSRJTlEHBD ROOMS WANTED-A PARLOR AND ' iwo Bedroom*. or lw>> large Chambers, with lain, ,?r., wlthouf Board, ere wanted by two gentlemen; A lair price will be paid tor vooo aixiuMtniodeiione; location meat he near the Kit tli Avenue Hotel. Add tea, B. P., box 1.906 Post oilier, LIRENC1I HOARD IN HROdtCLYN.?SINGLE GENTLE r men can be acommouateJ with handsomely furnished Booms In a French private house. Dinner at liall'-past six o'clock. App y at 9j Amity street, near Heury. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO JET?WITH or without Board, to single gentle trie u oi a geuteman and vviie; roierence required. Apply ui?i;G Broadway, third door above Seventeenth street. Handsomely furnished front parlor to let. with Board, ?<> a la>ly o acuilciiian, also, two Kindli er Kooun, very neatly fumo-hed; houee ha all mod,-in Improvements and very dtsiiably localtd. Apply at 229 Ornene atreet, n, ar Fourth. IN A PRIVATE FAMILY?AT 1(M EAST FOURTEENTH (treel, opposite the Aondeuiv of Music, .se veral ? cry tine Rooms, in suit* or ?puiately, having gaa, l ath, hot and cold water, can he had, with Board, uu moderate terms. Refe rences exchanged. IODGIMG8 TO I.ET ?COMFOKTABLE ACCOMVIODA J lion, for two or threw young men, Ironi Room, third story, at 03 Third aveuuo Terms moderate, VfO. 17 WAYEKLEY PL ACS.?A SUIT OF ROOMS, i.\ leg.inlly furnished, with pnv .le t .I I- in iet. m a desi rable party. Rooms en suite irud single, With (Till Board. Dinner hi 6. ONE OR TWO FINE FRONT ROO..W AND AN UPPER Room can ' had oy gentlem. n or a .amity, ai 19 Uni versity pl.tee,. u r Nlnt i e rect. The socialv. the table aud the lu ation c. 1 i omid unexceptionable. Dinner at 6. PLEASANT ROOMS and board can be obtain ed by applying at :J Sands street, Brooklyn, in tin im mediate vicinity of ibi-ee lorries and the hfctvy Yard. 42as and Bath ia the house. Tsrtns moderate. References ex changed. PLEASANT ROOMS ON PARLOR FLOOR, AND 8IN* gle Rooms on third floor, with Ho.tr I; dinner at 6. 75 St. Clements place; louvenlent to cars and stages. Rooms to let-with board, furnished or unfurnished, in a first class house. References ex changed. 169 East Seventeenth street, near Stuyvesant square. Terms reasonable. Rooms to let?with board, at no. si west Eleventh street, between University place and Fifth avenue. French and Oermau spoken in the lamlly. Room wanted?neatly furnisued, with Hwurd, gas, lire. Ac., for a gentleman aud wife, tn a quiet American lamlly. Must be within ten minutes' walk of Broadway and Houston street Terms $7 a week for boib. Address s. II., station A, Spring street. TO RENT?WITH BOARD, A PARLOR AND BED room on second floor, to gentlemen or a gentleman and wife. References required. Dlnuer at (o'clock. Apply at 34 West Fifteenth street TO LET-IN A FRENCH PRIVATE FAMILY. A VERY uic- litile furnished Apartment, with or without lirst class Board, at 713 Broad way. TO LET-TO A GENTLEMAN, OVE LARGE room and bedionm. with or without Botrd, in a French family. Inquire at 61;l Broadway. TO LET-WITII BOARD, A NEATLY FURNISHED front Room on third flour, to two singio gentlemen or a gentleman and wife. Terms g'J per week. Local,on very pleasun:. Apply at S'l West Thirty-fourth street- Also, 'a single Room, front, on same lloor, $6 per week. TO LET-TO A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR ? slnitls gentleman, a back Par,or, two large pantries at tached, wlin BoarJ, at 42 University place, a few st ps from Broadway, TWO FRONT ROOMS. FURNISHED, ON 8EC0ND lloor. to let, with or without partial Board, in a private family, 32 West Twenty-third stieet, near Broadway uod Filth Avenue Hotel. References exchanged. TO STRANGERS AND OTHERS.?A HIGHLY RES pectabie German gentleman and his wife, occupying a llrst class house, will ill a choice of furnished Rooms, with Board. English and French spoken. Apply at 4H Bast Bleecker street. ANTED IMMEDIATELY?BOARD. WITH FINE hull of Room*, for gentleman and wife: no children; private family preferredutabte must he unexceptionable; lo ranuii above Twenty-third street. Re ferences exchanged. Athtrcss H. P. D , box 1,295 Post office. WANTED?BOARD KOR A GENTLEMAN ANoVlKE; a private lamlly preferred; a second story front Room, with partial Hoard for gentleman; lei in, mustmoderate; location between Fourth and Twentieth atrcrts, west of Broadway; references exchanged. Address H., box 2 361 Post oflice, with terms. WANTED?TWO OR THREE FAMILIES OR A PARTY of single gentlemen, to Board for the winter. House delightfully lo-aled on Staien Island, within live alsMs' walk of Vanderbllt landing. Second house on New York avenue. Price very moderate. Tlr ANTED-BY TWO GENTLEMEN. A NICELY FUR TV ntshed Room, with partial Hoard, full Board on Sun days. Address Newton, Herald oflice, stating terms, which must be moderate, ineludlug Are aud gas. TXT ANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN AND LADY, TWO VV bedrooms. With full Board for lady, in a French fa mily. Address, stating location, terms, Ac., L. M., Herald Oflice. w WANTED-FULL OR PARTIAL BOARD, IN A PRI vale lamlly, by an experienced teacher, in exchange for Lessons in English, Classics, Ac. Address Z. A., box 135 Herald oflice. WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN. A HANDSOMELY furnished Room, with hot and cold water and heated by a furnace. Please address A. A. A., Herald oflice TIT A NTED?BY A WIDOW LADY AND INFANT, A TT lurntshed Room, with or without Hoard: location be tween .Second an t Seventh avenues and Seventh and Tweu ly-MXth streets. Address stating terms, which must be moderate, Mrs. H H., Post olllce. WANTF.D-BOARD IN BROOKLYN; IN TIIE NEIGH borhood of the City Hall preferred: in aplmusud respectable lamlly, by a young lady, who is engaged out during the day; terms must be moderate. Address L. E., Herald oflice. 20 WANTED.?A LADY WISHES A FURNISHED ROOM, with Board on Sunday; nrlvsto family i>rrfeirel; terms moderate, location witil side of Broadwav. beiweeu Blercker and Twentieth streets. Address M. E. N , Herald Oil.' r. WANTED?PARTIAL BOARD. WITH ROOM FOR A piano, by a Herman gentleman. in exchange for Preucu snd.German le?ron? Address Hugo, box 218 Herald offlc.-. lOTII STREET. BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH XZl arenuea.?A rery line Suit of unfurnished Booms ?n second floor; large e'oeela, water, Ac , In a flrat claaa houae, at M Woat Twelfth sireet. between Fifth and Sixth arenuea. Al-c Booms furnished, for gentlemen or gen> tleman and wife. "I O UNIVERSITY PLACE.?TO LET, 8UIT8 OF NEAT X w ly iiirniahed Rooms, 10 lamllies; also a number nf nu-e, well furnished single Rooms, with or without Board, two doors from Cllnion place UNIVERSITY PLACE-ROOMS TO LET, FUR" niahed, (o gentlemen only, without board. <>?? EAST TWENTIETH STREET?FOR ONE OR TWO aw'* genilemen a Furnished Parlor, Bedroom, liath, on second flour wlih or w ithout breakfsat and lea privately serratl; small private family withrut children Q7 IRVING PLACE. CORNER SIXTEENTH STREET ? 0 s A 11 tie Suit U| Rooms on the second and third noose io rent; also one single Room. Private mble If required. Bast of references required. r.O ST. MARK'S PLACE. SECOND AVENUE-FUR niahed Parlor and Bediomto rent, with Boaid, nn second floor, stiliabla lor a ccntli-man and wile or two gen tlemen. AI-> H.il. Boom* on third I oor. Ralerei u-a ex changed. Dit n< r at six o'clock. r I MORTON STREET, HEAR HUDSON.?PLEASANT *)'I furnished Knouu- to lei, with Board, 'it gentleman and wife or single gentb men. Terms from $9 io <12 per week. Ho iae ha< all the improvements. Lorailon unsurpassed. Dinner at six. - 7 NORTH MOORB STREET.?TO LET, TO GENTLE ?J I men. wltlfaout board, a Suit of handaomel? furiilshed Rooms; gas, bath, AC. Oft WHITE STREET, ONE DOOR EAST OF RRUAD O" way.?Oentlemen wishing comfonshle Kooma, with Board,mnvenient to their business, can be accommodated; al-o a large Room, satiable fnr a gentleman and wife. Terms ressonsbie. Re. i ere noes required. n?J GREENE STREET, ABOVE 8PKINO,?ALSTON ?70 House.?Klegsiilly furnished sulis of Rooms; gas, C rot on and every convenience for housekeeping econornl rally. Particularly suitable for small, respectable lamilies. Rent low. 1 O/k EAST SEVENTEENTH STREET -LARGE, PLEA Xsyx/ aunt Rooms on second floor to let, with Board; al-o, handsome back Parlor and two extension Beams on llrst floor, unfurnished. House flrst nlasa and lecatum desirable. "UNELtN STREKT.-A few SINGLE OKI* XOvJ tlenmn ran tie accommodated with Board, in a family where there are but few l-oarders. Terms moderate 1 A ft TWELFTH STREET, NEAR RKCOND AVENUE - X jltJ Large aud ems I Rooms to let. with Hoard. Two gen tlemen accommodated st <A; one at fit .10 Dlnaeratfl lie fer -nurs given end required PRINCE STREET, flT ( LAIR HOIJHK.--KI.K gunily lurnlshed Rooms, with Bedrooms attached, with all lbs conveniences for nousnkneplng eotnpleut, in eluding gas and Cioton water, to let to respectable families ot single gentlemen. f)f\l B I.KECK KB STREET ?TO LET, TO ONE OR AsUX twe persons, a handsomely inraiahed Parlor and Bedroom attached with gas an.l water, in a private lamtiy. Terms moderate. 150 KUI ATRKBT, NBA* 8PRINO.?FVBNXBBD JLWf Rooms, for immediate NrMMf; lowest runts In the city, asaUsiai tRn eunvaahmw for Jtoimahneping; h baMlnp, ivrsMsf tmt ouahiag uwesMt; ??? nod Cntoo. hen r.ALics it lvctjo*. ^uctidm notice.-d d.caulkjins.^^onbeb, h xSOAnV^HcRsEHOLD FURNITURE, IDPIRM.V f'iRVKDlROsi WOOD1 Vl'lNOKOBTB, ELEGANT SILVER PLATE. A< .. l'UiU??**M at *co?ui At the elegant private restdenoe, No. 218 Wert Fourteenth street, near Eighth iiveuue oouilaeoeliig at i0>* o? < lock A. m. The lata cwnprren* th'j entire content* of '-he house. Tne elegai.t far lor Furniture wu made to order, aud min aU'U | roaew Kul Th?? whole wiU be aold to the highest bidder ter | cash, offering -xtra inducement* to piacn:i??r* as ibr entire I furniture ??? the uouse is new, having beeu lnailc within six , j Elegant rosewood seven octave Pianoforte, wiih at; modern I improvement*. overstrung ta??, Ac., coat s"'",'1 r>*e wood Stool, i-overed In aattu, aul emorcitdered C' iV' T: inreo | elegant full suite of roeewoo-1 Parlor Furniture. In rlcn >??>- ; I code ond ?atln; rosexvooA Etagere*. splendtl and eottiy t a rt iu Oruameine, rich Vase-, Ac. Also a inagmncei.t call-c ! tlon of rtrre Palutlirgs, rosewood Turkish art l E iiy U'T", | to line reps; ro?ewood Centre au I Side n?rtle top TacieS, | r chly curved. , ? Chan.her Sulla, tu ro-ewood and mihoguny; Bureau, carved Be Istead*. Wa-b-Und*. 8jf? Beds, In line lislrc.a-.b; teu pure Hair Mattresses, from 49 to 6) p -unia. made to or der. In excellent condition. Dining Room Furniture, constating of line oak Exteusi-n Table Silver Wars, rich China, Ivory aud Silver Cutlery, Forks'. Spoons, Ac., with heavy cut Mini engraved Oluasware 01 every description. No postponemoui.^ A UCTION NOTICE?WILLIAM TOPPING, AUCTION hER TUESDAY. OCTOBER 28. LARGE AND ATTK tCTIVK LINE OK MEN S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' IIATS. \T 12)4 O'CLOCK I'RF.c SELY. 250 CASKS OF ASSORTED STYLES OF FURS. FELT AND SILK HATS, Irom one of our .argent manufacturers, ami ?ouipri*Mig ih?* laust and ni?wt approved tsi>ies or MBN'S. BOYS' AND YOUII8' HATS, ail recently manu fa.tmed for city and country sales. BOOTS AND SHOES AT I O'CLOCK. , , , , ., 500 CASES BOOTS AND SHOES, comprising a deslrab.e a-srtmcni of new goods received direct from Eastern and city mauufactur.'rs, cunslallug lu part of m< n's heavj up sole, quilted welt and pump sole Bootat long eavulrv grain and ealf Br ota; men's, boys' aud youths' kip, grain, wax ami buff Boots; Bmgans. Oxford Ties, Congress R.ota, ?o men's sint tnls-os' kid, goat, calf, grain and lasting Boom, Buskins. S'upp.'ra, Ac. _ Also, CAVALRY BOOTS?50eases longleg Military Cavalry Boots. , ' , Also, at 10 o'clock, a stock of READY MADE CLOTH1NO. Together vi'h a full asaortmeui of Suple and Fancy Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods WILLIAM TOPPING A CO.. Auctioneers, Nor. 9 and II Fui k place and No. 8 Murray street. Auction notice.-e roth, auctioneer. Over 50d lots ol elegant Household Furniture, Hrust-c's and fugru.n Cnrpetg, At pub ic aiicnoii. This dav i Monday), "tt. *7, ut 10!* o'clock precisely, at the large dwelling le u o il West Ei hth street between Fifth and Sim., uv o - consisting of soil.l ros woo I and black u alnut fa.lor So.ts co.cred tu orimson und maroon broca te slid sll". ? I-. lo-u.vood Etageees, rosewood Centre uai fu r T .t < a. Dniiiaak and Lace Curtains, Oil faint tigs, by eu incut artists ; Turkish Lounges, and Chair-, to math; Vases, Parlor Ornamenia, Bronze Clo k, Hon ouet Holier*. Marble Statuary, elegant rosewood Bed sn-a.is, with spring and hair Mattresses to tit; marble top Pres-ina Bureaus, Waslislrinds and Commodes; Kienrli Chi na Tiilleiseta, rosewood Shaving SUnd. sun. rl> Feather Beds and Boddine. Tete a-Tetes. Armcluurv, Ro k-r?. Engravings, Sorts in haircloth and reps. Card Ta d"S, Cl-i- ks. Ova! dtr rora French and Spring Seat Chairs, marble top oak Side board. Extension Table, oak Dining Chairs, ri-'ti rnbv crys tal Cut Glass of every description; French aud India China, rich Silver Wore, Urns, Ac. Abraham vanderpool. auctioneer.?magnifi cent Household Furniture, T intlngs. Statuary, Bron/es, and ruaiiy rare and costly Works of Art, and ai ri cles of vertri. at public auction, on Mun-iay, Oct. -7, at the private residence No. W West Sixteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. ? , Sale commencing at iojf o'clock. Rosewood Pianoforte, rosewood and blank walnut Chamber Furniture, en suite; Matties cs, Bedding, Wardrobes, oak Dining Room furni ture, China, Glass and Silver Mare; Table Cutlery, Table Linen, Ac. Also Basement and Kitchen Furniture. The auctioneer would call ih" particular att. ntion or his friends and Ue public to this sale, the catalogue comprising the richest assortment of Household Furniture. Ac., offered at au-lion this season. The Furniture was all tnade to order less than seven months ago, and is of the lreat description. Abraham vanderpool, auctioneer. SUPERB HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. On Monday Evening, Oct. 27. Sale commencing at 7>* o'clock, at the elegant residence of M. Middleton. 113 West Twenty-third street, near Sixth avenue. Seven octave rose wood Pianoforte, brouze aud onnolu Chandeliers. velvet Carpets, Sevres and Dresden China Ornaments, oil Paitlngs, artistic bronze Statuary, rosewood Drawingrooin Furniture, blaek walnut Diningrooin Furniture, Oliina, Gln*?. silver ware, rosewood Chamb.-r Furniture, Bedding, Ac. Deposits required of sll purchasers. S UCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE.-ON TUESDAY, J\ Oct. 2s, at 1 o'clock P.M., on tlie premises, one mile from Key put landing and one mile from Clill wood landing, Now Jersey, a n ce cottage built House, 22x36. eight rooms good cellar, A--., with 1)$ acre of I'.rai rate ground, ba n, carriage I lOiioe, ice house, gold Csh pond, fruit an.l shrub bcrv, Ac.: everything in repair. Half the pun-haee money can remain at MX per cent. Title perfect. Will bo sold war. or without the place, one cow, wagon, harness fowls. pigs, Ae. Fare 23 cents to anil from the oltv. Inquire of J. A R KOWtfMlTH, steamer Mattewan, toot of Robinson street, North river. ___ Auction notice. DRY GOODS. WHIPS, AC. B. P. FAIRCHILD A CO.. auctioneers, will sell at their salesroom, 115 Nassau street, on Monday, O -tobrr 27, at 10>? o'clock, a large assortment of English Hosiery. Shawls, Sati nets, Spool Cotton, Sheetings, .Silk Handkerchiefs, Fancy Goods, together with ? Urge variety of staple aud fanev Dress Goods. A'-o. for account of whom lb may concern, 250 dozen assorted Whips, slightly damaged at the Utu lire. UCriON NOTICE?WILLIAM IRVING, AUCTION eer.?SAMUEL OSGOOD A SON will sell at their salesroom, S3 Cedar street, on Monday, OrL 27. at 12 ovlook. one Barouche (can be uiade a close carriage), six light Wagons, two six neat Kockaways. three four seat Rock aways, on-- four scat Top Wagon, one four seat Sundown, single und double Harness, Ac., tp ch se advances. Auction sale of ready made clothino. Ac.?A. M. CRISTALAR, aue.lom-er. will s-ll on Monday, October 27, at 10>< o'clock, at 23 Bowery, a large and general iifiortmcrit of Clothinc, comprising <.'eats. Pants and Vests of various styles and patterns; ?l?o. Piece Goods, Cloths, Casstmeres, Satineta, Muslins. Linings, Alpacas, Fancy Goods, Gloves, Shirts. Shawls, Cloaks. Ac Auction notice?large stock of crockery and Glassware?By WM. W. SHIRLEY, Auctioneer, Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 10 u clock, at 281 Pearl all-net, by D. EM BURY, JR., all kinds of best White Granite :.nd Common Ware, in lots for city and country retailers. Sales are free, for cash, and goods "well packed lor shipping. Auction NOTICE-brandies, gins and wines. B P. FAIRCHILD Jt CO.. Auctioneers, will se.i en Tuesday, the 28th rust., at 10}* o'clock, at salesroom, 115 Nassau street, 10 half pipes Bran ly. 3 pipes Gin. 1 barrel Whlskev, several package* Wine of different kinds, slightly damaged, but not injured, at ihe late arc in Liberty ain-et. B A. FAIRCHILD A CO., GENERAL AUCTIONEERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 113 Nassau street, Between Beekman and Ann street*. David d. bqan, auctioneer, will s*.t on Tuesday, In Twenty-seventh street, the contents of s Urge house, MuisUting In part of Paintings. Engravings, large French Mirrors, Cornices, Curtains. Carpets, Parlor, Chamber, Dluiug Room and-Kiu-hen Furniture. Particulars hen-afier. 13 11. LUDLOW, AUCTIONEER. !j. EXECUTORS' SALE OF REAL E8TATE, BOND , AND MORTGAGE, BONDS, Ac.?E. H. LUDLOW A CO. will sell at aui-con. on Thursday, Oct. 30, 1862. at 12 o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange salesroom. III Broadway, by order of the executors of the late Thomas Cumminf. BONDS?Northern Railroad Co. (New Jersey). 96 600. BOND8 AND MORTGAGES nn lota and Improvements, northwest corner ot Tenth avenue and Twenty-aixth street, mode by James Moore to Thomas Cumming, 912,OH). I>y "bQAYl,sTfeEET?Eight three story brick Houses, Noa. 9.11, 12, 13, 14, 13,17 and 19 Gay street, between Waverley place and UliriNiopber street. TWELFTH AVENUE?Four Lot* on Twelfth avenue, southeast corner of Thirty-second street, with water right to "thI'StY-SECOXD STREET?Three Lots on southerly ?Id.- ot Thirty * cond street, adjoining Tweirih avenue. Lota 'VllTU AND 116T1I STREETS?8ix Lots on 114th and 116th streets, between Ninth and Tenth avenue*. COUNTRY SKAT AT ESOPU8.?A valuable Country Seat at Eaopua. Ulster county, adjoining the country seat of Ro bert L Pell. Esq.. containing abont alxty acres of land, and having ahont a quarter of a mile front on the river. Good dwel tng bou-ea. barn, ice bouse* and other buildings. The Stock and Furniture can be had tf desired. For particulars anulv at the nfflee or the Auctioneer. No. S Pine street, or of JOHN DBNHAM, at the office of J. A W. Denham, 124 Eighth avenue, corner of Sixteenth street. JOHN DBNHAM,) BMecutore of Estate of W. A. CUMMING, I lateThooro*Cumming EDWARD 8INTZENICH, AUCTIONEER.-ELEGANT WT span of valuable bay carriage Horse", by D. W. IV'KS |A CO.. on Tuesday, October 28, at 1 o'clock, at 156 and 157 Broadway, a span ot superb hav carriage Hor ses, the pro;>er tv of a gentleman ol this city; this magnificent span of horses, 6 and 7 years old. lb}* band* high, arc perlrap* lbs handsome*! pair of horse* in this city, are vcrv stylish, per lectly matched, thoroughly broken to any harneM. and an free,"pleasant driver*, and very f*?t; are valued at 91,50(1, and will t>e iioertively-old to the highest bidder; warranted sound, kind and gentle; al>o. a city made Carriage and Har ness. Bsv Marc, 9 year* old, 15,s band* high, warranted sound, ktail and genrle in any liarne?s or under the saddle, lio tricks and a free, pleasant driver; also, top Buggy and Haivrens; elegant Jump scat Wugon, made ro order and war ranted; worm 3AM); also, one very elegant, llgnt road W.rgun, Whip*, Blankets, Saddles, Ac. IiUiWAJU) SIXTEENIGH, AUCTIONEER -PEREMP 'j tory sale m < hami?gne. Brandy, Wines. Clsret. Liquor*, At. By D W. IVKX A CO., on Tuesdsv, at II o'clock, at Ihe ealesriwm, 156 and 15* Broailway. the stock of a dealer. In eluding lOMcsneaof Imperial Catnnet Ch?ui|ingue, 46 cases Oreen Vial Champagne, 72 casee Claret, Brandy. In bottles, case* and demijohn*; 4'*, 3'n '0"k* of line old nark and pnle Brandy. 3 barrel* old Bourbon, very fine; aim, a quantity of shelf goods, of first rate quality; Gin, Ale, Rum, Hotlled Por ter Ac put up for family u?e. These good* are all iu store, and asm idea will be taken from bulk; ready lor delivery im mediately alter ?ale Catalogue* on morning ol sal^ G O HORTON, AUCTIONEER -BY VIRTUE OF A . chattel- mortgage I will sell on Monday, Oclober 27, at 10 o'clock A.M. at 101 Sixth avenue, the contents of a Laser Bier Saloon, consisting of Counter, Chaira, Tables, two Billiard Tables, Ac. J- B JONE8, Attorney lor mortgagee, office 12 Greenwich avenue. Henry h. lee dr. auctionekr. KLEWANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BOOKS and ENGRAVINGS, rare and cnatly WINES, sc. HENRY II. LKEDH A I'D will sell by aiictlou, on Thurs day 3thh. and Friday, 3Lt Oclober, at the large double house No.' 379 Flflh aiainie. rrorthei.si ortrer ol Thir ty eighth street at 10)* o'clock each day. a large and valuable awnrt nrent ol first class Furniture in pcrfee' order and n< arly new, made by|Pnltlcr A Stynrr*. and all ol ihe hlgheat class. Inctndlng Bisrks. E-igrsvingx, Ac. AI?o, a ralriabte sod rare assortment of Ihe choicest Wines, Hrandles ana other Li quoi* In tbl* cliy. They were sll wleited by the present owner, and none other in the *ale. The ?lo-k I* large, and every one of tire hi*he?t grade ' some #1 ?'hlcli nave ^cost ?* high as $7 and $8 per boillc. The ?|e of Furniture win take place on Thursday and she Wines on Frld*> as ni-ox?, w llh out any re?- vo. F'urther parlrcrilar* In catalogue*, to he ub tamed el *ur a'ore. No. 23 Ns***u street. On Wedne-day. ItT AUCTIONEER -BY .? A.I BOGART sixr Oct -NO at half peat tap o'dnek. ? W We*t nxi.j'fctreet, elegant llnnaehold Furidl ire. iOn?:st wilrt r?iw ?*""i B-esatel, Da ns.k mid ins Reception anil E*ay Chair*. Uninges; Vol i. and Ingrain Care t*; rler Glasses, tr-al Mir ouA Etagevcs. Gil P*lii>iit(->. Envriivlny*, Mantel r-sewued Centre Tables, aid Id rosewood r,nd 'Hetiaic*d< do Bureaus and tVaa-i-damts. pure i-see*. Bed-liny Dining Room and Kitchen FiimiI c Csialogiies era ready *t lb* aJCiin rueme, r WiilianAbrrtwL ialbi at Artrrtow. 1 HENRY C 8CRIBNER. AUCTIONEER.-CHE IT SALF it mmrlera Oil Pamoate. by our beat Auiem an at U? lit NATA'SCKIBNKR will sell at the Gallery of Kim Ai iv, on Wednesday and Tuursday, Oct. TJand? lit 7>i l?i lix It cac.i -VCUinn a rare collection of American Oil Puiuuugs oy our best ai.lstt ?8|n>cIiu?u* by Wm. Ilari, K ni ii. Caslleur. L ng. BlcrsUPit. Chur h, Minuet, TaU, .1 U. HikiTa fir'Ufli tf"Ji '*?*" 1" Hull, Bbul.uck. I i11-I? Kittrl. Ko-MU;r, Baseline. Wbuteridge. Parker. W.i.am n, Jameaoii, Lilly. Spent er, Van Beast. Ininm, Frcdern k, it j lu ilei ruim in, Van Jiu. n am1, many othi rs Also thai l brated 8lalii< of Fiora, by the American HiMat Chaui.fei I.. Jvee The above statue an I paintings are now mi rue kin billon at the gallery. Full pui ticulaiv la Mtmarruvi'ay r T BOUART, AUCTION ERR, BY 8. k J. BOU ART O . TLESi.AY. 01 28, At 11 o'clock, at No. 'ltd Canal altert aud No 100 1 Wslkei ? Pawnbroker s sale-john mortimer wiUi ?ell, ni Tuesday. < <?i. 33. at In Eaat Broadway, a Is run assortment of uieu's and women's Wiarmg Apparel, cou viMing 4 Silk, Merino aud other lli -ka-a, Broche and Wool Shawl*. Cloaks, Caper. I n ler Clothing, sheets, Quilts, Blan ket , men'a <1 iata, Pants an .I V, s a. ant a variety of othe.K goods too n itnerout to o.euiioD. older of A. GOODMAN, 31 retire street. fNlTED STATES MAKSHAL'8 SALE. I BY BURDETT. JONES Jc CO. DANIEL H. BURDETT, Auctioneer. CARGO OF PRIZE 8TEa~M8HIP CIRCASSIAN. By virtue of an order of sale to me, directed by Hon. W. N. Marvin, Judge District C urt Col ed S.atea Southern Dis triet Florida, 1 will mil by pn l'c auction on Tuesday, Oeto be?IW, at 10 o'clock A. :rom llie Union Bioiaa, Br lok lyn. the remaining portion ol the cargo of the steamship Cir cassian, Consisting as olio va ? ?340 quarter tasks Brandy, 565 eighth no.. 4 hfilf do.. 1(15 this. do., 25 tasks Ab-yntLe. 15 haga P?p tier, 10 l ags Ciovea, DO hags Java Coll i -, 3 iS bats Hlo j Coffee, .V*) cave SaruilKS, 4110 cases Su rry Wine, 73 thesis Tea, 18 Urn. 100 ?anx Paint, 46 hhls Soda Ash. 7 casks Trace Ciiaina, 1 cask Hammers, 1 do. Horse Shoe Nails, 3 casks Sad Irons. 7 cask Planter's lloes, 2 casks Picks. Samples and Catalogues at H. Benner's otTice, 113 Wall Street, flay before sa:e. Terms m tali 10 per rem rush. balance on Sattirday, 1st k'ou.n, K., >? I 1 U l<\ 7 ' f*1 ? PP !* R \1 dPshlt'i. November. JAMES C. CL.'.PP, U. 8. Marshal, southern District Florida. SPECIAL YOrtCES. (AROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT. OCT. 10, 1-H2.? J Unpaid Waier Rentx?N >ln ? is Uorehy given tl at > further p-nalty ol ten p r e nt. will be added to ail unpaid Water Rents nu the dr*i ut Nnseinher uesu tVM. 0 R.iOUES Water Registrar. liiRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.-T11H ANNUAL J? ni 'l op ot the sithsCi ibers lot iio.iuu.iting the new commit.ee for the oomi. 4}e.ir will take place on ilonoay, lu.Obvr, at Mr. F. C t t's, 7'it Broadway, at K? the 27th of Oc . o clock P. M. E. PARI SOT, SecrcVaa J. JOSE VNT'lNIO HE ARANMO FILGl.EIIt.VS. E.f i'artucr ami Lmiuuami Matia.er of the late firm of KILO l.'E. It AS, SANDS . t'O . in toe idly ol Rio di Janeiro. Hni/ll, uiving so d their 0111 oer?ial e?iaOUsiiun:nt In Janu ary lust, as wax mate on ,i v a ivrtiseiiient, requested tli* partner, Mr. Na hanii 1 Su .ds, oi New York, to give noticoi to all parties iv i i aJ co ?' n J u rcband.se lor Mile to ihat linn, lu order thut mey iing t foiward tnelr Instructions to receive w hut existed oil baud and liquidate tnuse that had been sold; Inn as i.p to t t ,.rea nt iliiie all ol the parile* have not coinpli-d with t..ut request, the sai l llquidut nt' manager. Jos An.ruiin on Ar njo Kilgi eiraa. avails hitns-lr of th .sadvcrtiss.nent to r eomiuend all tiiose Interested to lorwaril thoir respective orders. On the other hand u? tint irin is extinct, and ax no fur ther traiuAdiotiB . an be mud ? or si ned by It. the liquidating manager uereh> glv s nun e ten, h" only'awalts the liqenia tion of the restnirces exi^.ing in New York, of which the said Nathaniel omuls is in mmge, to ta .u tlie neoessary nieuxuivs. In ease they are not suiBcient for the payment ' the aeconnts for mere .an ti-e i u wax mniited to thsR city for account of said linn, declaring, however, that these resources are more than sudlctnul te s.itWiy toe said ae. counts. JOSE ANTONIO t?E AKANJO FILGUEIRAS. Rio dk J anxiko Sept. 8. I Slid. Ladies home united states general rospi tal for Sick and Wnntu ed So ikers. Lexington avenue, corner of Fiiiy-tinu sti-Het N iv York. The undersigned t-.qg leave to inform the publ Oend mo iriende ot "Toe Home " tliut ita direction and mauag ment have been iiKsumed by the United States authuri ie una thai tocy hato been ap pointed by the medical cheer lu charge a eoinini to or flounce, with aut.iorily individual,y and collectively to t o. the c-lvu donations for ilie lieu ? t oi the si k and wottiidcd sol diersof the hospital. Al con rim.lions or duiiaiione toie tilled to tucir cure will be a.ihi.dy and strictly dispeu-,ud among :h" slek and w iinil o t ? inaiitution. Mrs. GEORGE Oi'DYIxE. No. 7U Fifth avenue. Mrs. VALENTINE MUTT. No. 1 Orauierey park. Mrs. EDWARD V aNDKKI'oEL 20tl Fo irth atreeu. One or more of ihe above ua.ueil indies wfli attend du.lv a the hospital. N It ?T i A iieruan Express Company gene rously deliver a 1 articles ri-e ol cuar,e. NOTICE TO SHIP OWNER h?IN CONSEQUENCE OF the high | ru es oi provis o s, At., tie ,he nggerwof N w York, feel it neeessary to gull fur in increase iu wages, and wish you to take eoiue action hi median y. New york. ocr r>, i c..-a m>et.nu dk ttib riggers of New York and ,? . p n ty nail b hold in in Seventh Wind Hotel, 173 M idi-on -.tieei, an Monday, t ,.. 27tu lust., at 7>i o chio.i P .11 m oik into not.shiernl.oii th< necessity oi nn Increase of <v,..n . i t ew hard tiinea. OFFICE OF THE HARLEM AND SPUYTEN DUYVIL- 1 Navigation Coin pan v, Oeto erg, IMjg?I hanuual elec tion tor eleven Jtuecto * and three liii.pegiors of Eleetion will t>e held at the company's oiliei, in iris Hick, Fordhaoi on Wi dnesilat November U, IK.T, between the hours of 1L aud 12 o'clock A. M. I. VY OKYOE Secretary, LOST AND KOI ND. A CHILD STOLEN ?A CHILD STOLEN FROM HIE Y residence o: nut | a.eiua, No 1-' Cannon n.p ot. Toe N child is a very linn he.niu.i nsn-.ug !w'\y. Ik "on innr I." 'I old. U?? ws* taken by a servant won., n by tb? Da in' of 5 Lnaay lleor-ay. of stout on,Id, .ilsj-it thirty-live,nr I01 -y yes. m of ate. She look the child " 1 ? to h 1 on Friday, tucji'h Instant, In orJ'-r to vmit aoine i-nd-of hers on the i-orm i of Tweuiye'lgbtli ktrei t and rii-.a' ? aw, .akin,; woh he at the same time a biiick ami ?hit aiutu I of Mrs. Carey's, with whom ahe was hired. I e h, hi had on a bin k id -th cloak out-ite of lua i,:li r emlhes; iie vlllanawi ,0 the name of Eildy; he Is a line Urge clil I ol hi-a e. A liberal rn,v?r<1 will he paid for any ini I. in ? el hi- whip , about?ly, plying ut the residence o! hi parents, as above. ALL PERSONS ARK ? W TIliSivD AUAiNSrNKt.il Haling a Draft drawn hy 1 rit/ .V Re Is' u. i. toy > of W. C. Pennington, date i S in Kranrlseo. August I. ifvJt. ajs.p Eugene Keliy .v Co., iiayal. ? 111 tie Park Kai.k, New V. is, for t2H0, which has h en ? rti e,. b> the '-.nit, the ? n 1,0 1 a ing been lost huii pa. m ni ' a. 111 In en - topiied. Black lace veil lost?about fen day ' incb. on Tweuty-nlnth stree 1.ew ee Filth and -i?t.i am Dues, or on Broadway, lie.,r Twenty ninth street Tie an 1 will receive tnc tlinnk- ol 'h* owner or a s i.alil. ? aid 1 y leaving it at M W. ??. Tw 11 y -ikin street. TjIOL'ND?UN WEDNESDAY LAST. A SMALL BUM OP A? money, which the own an hai-liy ni.pl. 11 at ik> Wad street. In the ban mi. proving proper ., and paying": expenses. Losr-A CERTiFIKD CHECK. DKAWN HY A O. Jerome, No 81,'. 10 -.id;, anted Ortnb r A', on the* Union Bank of tins tit .111 ;.i.,r aim endorse 1 hy R^' llns Bn,s. P.iym nl ...mug ne- n s opped, a re ..r.lo. will he paid by rei rnm : it to Koiiins Hi 27 W .'liu 11 -t. IOST-ON THE ISAAC NEWTON, ON I RIPAY J night, one Pocse b lining $#'. and one N Us given hy Dan Reld to tin- air iid*'. A llln-ral rev rd will ?? guen for the same If sent to me a.iba riiier at V.'gKins N. Y. W. C. CKl M Lost?on a Catharine fkrby boat, or ir vielnlty of ferry, a I- a ner Puree, mntHhnnga small sum of money. The Under w li he rewai ded and receive tin. thanks of the owner by leaving 1: at WJ Broadway. LOUT?A BANKBOOK HELONHINH TO THE CHAM , hers street Savings Hank No. JJI.'Jnl. Itisol no use 10-b any person but the owner Tne rider will bo liberally le wardeil by leaving It at 2N9 Set enth. JOHN DEVLIN. LOST-A SPOTTED COW, WHITE AND RED. ON Thursday, October At. Anv one giving infui lastlns r.f' the said Cow at 40# Columbia street, South Brooklyn, wH be handsomely rewiirded. JAMES ylttiEE. HEWAItDH. ?in RE.WARD-STRAYED from 20S WASHINGTON gllv street, a rel ?e;u 1 Dig answers to the name of Dash. Any one returning ilm same will r celvn tin: ano-.u. REWARD WILL HE PAID FOB A DARK SET ?HkiU ter Slat, strayed from tin ow ner, going ihrmun Fifth aveuue. Am poison filming tue aatn. will p ease bring her to fti Franklin street. H. Met LAKY. REWARD ?STOLEN, 0N THB NltJIlT OF THE __ 24th October, iroui No. 4#4 Th rd avenue, a >1srk bay Horse, between 11 and U bands high, about III year* old. a little sprung In the .'ore knee, a -Onali crack on the ins dc of ' the lore I'oet, two white hind feet, a very heavy insiie, a long switch tail, and appears <0 be cross, snaps at pri ons ? t.. n they come near liliu. Also a Uip Moggy, almost new painted black, sod a small horse pallium 011 . sen side of it an 1 a set of heavy harness. The ab..v? reward will he paid on return ing them to the above num'cr, or tor infortuauuti I..at will lead to the recovery of the same. CLOTHING. T NO. S!k! BOWERY.?H. Rw.-ENTIIAL, HAVING A great desire to pun lias, s largi i|itanUty ol cast olf A oar Ing Apparel, Furnilarv. Carpet*. Jeiveiry. Ac., by calling uit idressmg. ? or addressing, la<liessiid gentlemen ian oi-taiu tint ntinost value lor each article. Ladle* attended to by Mr*. Rosen thsl. Please remeuilier, and trv ItM Bowery, opposite Ureal Jones street. AMT li# SEVENTH AVESUN?LADIES AND GENTLE men will Utid tho web snown moieat. demer. F II Alt ItlS, lor to dispose of their i mi Ort Clothing, Col pitis. For nllnve sn I .lew> iry, fortttiy perneut nine limn at all) other house in the < ity Call on or address, and votniuw your* self, P. HARRIS, la# Seventh avenue. In tne -n |l'wcnt e.h and Tiventvnr*t streets. Ladies aH-liiled by Mis. Hairis. At the new stork, iu third avenue, ladier anil gentlemen are guaranti ed to rooslve tin' tiigloa, pt ice for each article ol cast olf Wearing Apparel, Furniture, V Car|*is. gc., for the New Orleims market. Try utul sadsfV yourself. Please do not turret to call on or sddrrsa C. MISII 114 Third avenue, near Fourteenth street Ladles attended bv Mrs. MUh. Attention-ladies and lentlk.men. if vol ? wish to Wild a lair and honest deaiei to dispose of > our A wish 10 Mud a lair and honest denlei to dispose of tour cast off Clothing. Car|>dii? sn j Jewelry, the besi yon can do ts 10 call on or send a note to the old. iiellkno.vii 'eaiar, II. MINTZ. 2SS Hlsih avenue, pear Birlitcenth slmct Tnere ,1 on | will bo sure to receive fluy per neat inore than by any oihi 1 8 dealer. Ladies attended by Mrs. Mini*. AT THE OLDEST 8TAND, 134 SEVENTH AVENUE Ladles and gentlemen avs guarantied to ol-tiilu Hie ut most value for their cast oil wearing npparel; also. c?r|?t* Furniture. Jewelry, Ac. A nolo i-y po-. punctually snendi C toby K*?k|els. 134 gercut.i nvciiue, net veer Mneim nih ami Twentieth streets. Ladies attended to bv Mrs. K No cut nectlon with any other house. AM ORFAT DEM A N D?f.ill.lSk) OF CAST OFF CLo'ril ing for New Orleans.?the iindemlagned ha- ti colml the shove order M? jsy.,.1^..? . - ?"??gneu "Hi I. I'SIVI-.I He guanti toe* in pay .he 11 ghe-i pri.-a 'o* la-lies and gen Icomn's "an oil \V M. lng Appsr-d, Cai'isus ' Finn li urn and Jewelry. Please call an o, address J. ANIlA LT 162 Aeveiiih avenue, between Twentieth and Twemv.hrai" aliens. Ladles atiriiile I hy Mrs. Anbsll. At iw skaenth avenuk. four door# from Twentv iliird slreat? Lioiicr and gentlemen cm obialu Itie hlgliesl'-sail price lo ibrir cast oil C.oihi!!,', Fii'iiliun, Carpel' Jewelry, A-., by - iil.Bg "U or addrexlug Mrs j' (loh'sielii, it ihe above Iiu.-n.ier. iJeUCeir.ou slteiideii lis Mr. OjMale o. Am ORKAT CIIANCB.-VrAKTRD.t2t.lim tVCRrfi ?L ? Cast Uir Clothing, Fu.uitnre, Carnris. Bedilh g, .J. New Orb-ana Litdiea and gen', e-.irn cSu obtain the hiehcw Twice lor -.he alsi.e trti. lei by calling or. or ?driiesklua a Duosa, 214 Seventh avenue, I-s m-t .-auertded 10 hy .ilia D Gentlemen-# xew and left off mru-hiko. purclsse l for 1 ha W'esiern mnrkei. In I ja a*imln loia. The full value will be | gig. v. hum haggi'iiB -i/aellfc Ing is imje.se Pies?e 'All ai lbs store, or audrc,, ihea?.' D. i^wfur. 44 Csatre streal. ' .