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^ sohlomo AND I-ODOHO- ^
At thb frawkfoht hophk-onw block bast
of Win Ciiy 11*11. mru'ii of K?uiUort and Milium
atre?t?. 280 Rooms neitfly fui nlnhe.l Oiio room Jo om per ou,
2iie. loWi. ix'i <lay; 91 SO to $3 per week. Houae open
*T1 aigH
A N UKUfcUAX.LV PLEASANT 8U1T OK HOOMH, AIjMO
A Alio tingle Kouitui, wiUi nil luiiuovoiueoU to let, witli
rat c1,ihh B.i.1.1. \men.an, Krun.U .niil K|iantah coofcu.
lioentioi eligible, rnol anil un?o jnwd for a dimmer re?i.
4-noe No- ft! It and '.6 Kant Foiirtnantb (tree*, between
HruuUw > .411.1 Hl'tli avenue. Api ly.il i*
A HANDSOMELY KUBNI81IKD parlor and EEDruiuii
on luvoiul U.?ir, alto doMruble UiMirn* on fourth
oor, at 140 ami IIS Eaal Fuilteenth atreet, corner of Heeond
venue
A choice sfi.kctron op hoomh, handsomely
funi?lio.l with flint elara Hoard. In a family of refinement,
atJTU La*-'- Jiixlile. nlli utreel, near Kccond avenue
A OKN'I't-KMAN and win: AND one or two
J\ (I cle K' iitleiiiini c;;n fiud haiulnomvly loinUlied Kvomi,
lit lint ?U*? ^Botril, in a family where but few boarders
fch' l'bl'H. irtun- suiri'llt'ii .null lilllfciy ami tiivn cijf iciuip ]
aatder ile. Apply at 119 Waverley place,
AT 18 NINTH STRUT, BKTWKKN FIFTH AND SIXTH
avouuea, very 11, guilt Fl. ors and single Ut ome to ti l,
with Brat class Ro.;iu in French anil Herman styles. Private
tabl.- If dcaired. The house is Herman
A VKW SELECT BOARDKRH WILL BE TAKEN IN A
J\ private family; m at. well furnished room*, a good table,
home comfi.rU and tic liable location 83>i, new No. 106
Waal Twi?rily brat street.
A WIT OF Ft' KNfHIl RD ROOMS ON FIRST AND
. eon i :i. ,<i ui lei . i:.i Hoard, In a convenient and
plraaant location, refrruooea required. 166 East Eighteenth
mat.
A FEW PERSONS C/.M BE ACCOMMODATED WITH
J\ Ho.-.il In a pri rate family, at the town of Went lamia,
Westchester county. Address ft. R., 190 Elllabetb sticet, N Y.
AT 137 MADISON AVENUE?A THIRD FLOOR HALL
Bedroom. Reference rei|iiiie.l.
A FURNISHED R0OM TO LET?WITH BOARD. IN
the funilv of a French teacher, to agenljeman desiroue
r learning the'lciigiinge Apply at 92 East Thirty first at.
A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO
JV. let, for A ueniliunan arid lady, Hoard for lady only
Inquire ut 108 Thompaon street, between Bleccker and Houston
streets.
AT 48 WEST TWELFTH STREET.-A (JENTLEMAN
ami wife and two gentlemen can obtain Furnished
Rooms, mkh Brst class Board. Hervanta and children no!
taken.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET AN ENTIRE BEeond
Floor, oonhi?tlng of four Room*. handsomely fur.
nlabod, with private tabic. Inquire ut 35 West Eighteenth at,
AT 182 BI<EE<W<KR STREET A WELL FURNISHED
Room to let, with Board; suitable for a gentleman and
wife or single gentleman
A FEW 8INOLE OENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMOdated
with Hoard; also a party of four wtlh one large
Room Call at 333 Greenwich street (Wyoming Hotel). Day
Board.
A FEW SELECT BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO.
dated by a Southern family at 80 Sixth avenue. References
required.
A NICELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND BEDROOM,
with bath, to let. with Board, In a small French family,
at67 East Twelfth street, between Broadway und Fourth av.
A couple OF NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for
single gentlemen, at Si 00 and $2 per week ; modern Improvements.
iirivnte family; locution centrsl. Apply at 107
Prince Htrect, second block west of Broadway.
AT 73 EAST TWENTY SEVENTn STREET, BETWEEN
Fourth and Lexington avenues, a Sceonil Floor. wi>il
furnished, and lirxt clana hoard Alio, Rooms and Heard for
( nlietneii. High stoop, modem house. Terms moderate.
SOARD.?A FAMILY OR SINGLE GENTLEMEN
can procure very elegant Apartment*, with Board, at
Waverley place. In view ami nearly opposite Washington
square Unexceptionable reference's will be given and
quired.
BOARD.?DESIRABLE ROOMS ON SECOND AND
third floors iu house with all the modern improvements,
to gentlemen and wives. References required. 147 West
Fourth street.
gOARD-A VERY DESIRABLE FRONT TARLOR,
with bedroom adjoining, to let. with Board: also ether
)inn, at 240 Bast Thirteenth street, between Second and
Third avenues, location pleasant.
BOARD.-ALAROE ROOM ON THIRD FLOOR, FRONT,
finely furnish d, large closet, Iioiikc first class; to gentleman
and wife orxingle gentleman: all tho modern improveBents.
Apply at 247 East Thirteenth rtrect, between Second
and Third avenues.
BOARD.-FUKNIHHED"ROOMSTOLET, WITH BOARD,
to gentlemen and ihelr wives and single gentlemen. Apply
at 409 Fourth uvenue.
Board -ei.eoantly furnished rooms to i^et.
House utid location first class. No. 0 West TwentyJourth
street, opposite Fifth Avenue Hotel. Family private.
Private bath and dressing rooms.
Board on Brooklyn hehjhth for one or two
gentlemen, with a large, handsomely furnished room.
Oall at No. SI Columbia street, near Fulton ferry.
TKMRD ON MURRAY HILL.-KLEtlANT ROOMS AND
Xt good Boat<I may be had hy applying at 61 West Thirt? txth
street, between Fifth and Sixth avert us* house and
Ncallon til Si class aud family small.
Board wanted-in brooklyn, convenient to
ferries, for gentleman, wife and mother, from l?t to
sMdle of HepUuiW. AddrfM for three day?, stating terma
and full particulars, Robert Lyons, Heiiild oCloe
t?oard wanted?fob a YBAH, BY a lady, son
JJ and daughter, between Thirty tlftli and Forty-first ..treets
rl Fourth and Hl?tU avenues. New York. Address A. H.
Herald office.
MHk "TDOARD WANTED?FOR A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE,
JD about I'otirti-enth xtreet; prefer a private family Price
ikon 920. Add reus box I Post oflloe
^|n|OA:iU WANTED? LAROE BEDROOM. HE''ond
fioor, with small room Attached, for the winter, by a
^^^^^ uaatlrni.tn .mil wife, with servant ?rid child four years old;
yrtiato French or (Jernmn fumlly preferred. Addreaa,
atatlng terma, II. D. P., Ileraldoiilce.
Board wanted -a gentleman desires a comfortable
Room and Hoard in a first claas houae, where
Mere are not many boarders; location between Eighth and
Thirty 8fill streets. Tonus 98 per week. Addres* B. M.,
box 112 Herald ollloe.
Board wanted-for a lady, iif a private
family or boarding houae, with but few boarder*, In the
vicinity of Cooper Institute; terma moderate. Addreaa e. t ,
Utkon B.
BOARD^ WANTED?ON OR~~NEAR HAD I HON AVEnue,
far a lady, her daughter and maid: occupation from
September to J une, auil of Room* with Private Table preferred,
unexceptionable reference required. Addreaa lienrteas,
Herald office.
Board wanted in broorltn-with furnished
Tartar end Hall Bedroom, for a gentleman, wife, and
o? seven year* of age, from about October 1. Leeation on
Mi* Heights or south of Degraw street. Dinner at & or4
' -.look. References exchanged. Addreaa, stating term*. T.
P M . box m M. T. Poet oflge
1JOARDINO.?TWO LARGE ROOMB, CONNECTED. ON
Jj the *eoood door, to a?H a party of gentlemen or a ram
it; gan. hot and cold water baihione Tlall Bedroom Apply
at IM Haeond avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth sts.
HOARDING DURING CONFINEMENT.-ANT LADT
JO d?Hiring to find a unlet home, with excellent medical at
tendance, kind care and strict settlement, will find everv re
ulslte la the family of a widow lady living genteelly In
rooklyA, without children or boarders. Address hoi Ml
Brooklyn Post ofBee.
VCRNIAUED ROOMB TO LET-WITII OR WITHOCT
f. Board, ?m?iy or in ititai, at in weitTDlrty-tblrd (treat,
MtwMn Seventh and Eighth avenue*.
EURNIflWBD ROOKS TO LBT-IN A PRIVATE FAM
tfy, to gentleman only; bouae oontaln* all iaiprovemaAl*.
1 at SI Ring (tract. Reference* x^ulrad.
IjlCRNIHHBD ROOMS TO LBT-TO GENTLEMEN
Alaoalarge plcaaant Room, mltablc for two mntlt
fcen. Minna moderate. Apply I of tiro days at JO Norfolk
a fen doom tram Urand
FURNIHHED PARLOR8 TO I.KT-ON THE FIR8T
floor, with or without partial Board; houac aontaina all
auu *n improvement*. Call at 4S Kant 'r>il-Itnnlli (treat,
fcatwnns Broadway aod UolrcrnUy pUior
TVMJRKbUIKD APAKTMKNTH IN El RUT CLAW
r llouw.?A flno Room will ba lat to two gentlemen. Haft-ei.oe
Jti'iulrad. Apply at 1I9X Twentieth Ureal, Mar
Third av?uin?.
Handsomely eurnihhrd roomr, hinolr and
In au.t*. without boaid or with Urcakfaat, for fentlevien,
In a Kmnll French family, on reanonahle term*. a few <
?tepa froiuthe Mjth avenue and Broadway car*. AimiIv at
I Went HUi<y-Ullrd street.
HANDMOMKl.Y EUKNISHRD APAttTMENTfl TO
let - Willi or without Koird. houm yevrly fumlahcd
nd ut'e liiat cliieo Apply at fcj Went Thirty tlitnl utreel
1arok rooms to let-witii hoard. in a
J t'n'i.rli f.nnlly, at ttfj Heoond avenue, near Thirty elghtti
Tlia houaa oaa all the modern Improvement*.
Nicely yprnimird roomn to let-to oentle
men only, Ui one of tho fl rent Jocall tie* in ttaa oily, will
gif1 hrenkhtat if wMtod, at 47 IVcut Twenty Mienth etreet,
?f r M .th avenue.
IJf.RAHANT POOMH TO LET-TO LADIFH AND
nenllr men. In a retired Ureal, Board for the hi die* 1
sly, wkk a young widow. Apply at No 3 Amity place.
I)LFAS'ANT BOARD, in A PRIYATK FAMILY, AT 140
|M? number) W?a'. Twenty aixtb at re? I.
PERMANENT BOARD WANTED?BY A LADY TKAi.ll
?r, who i* out eight hour* every day. Addreaa D M,
ItllUMU Relrreiu . *. ,
|l?>< M TO l.j-.r Wmi HmaHI>. IN a hmall family
I'1 T"""Dty " coud *treei.
p?'?? to LRT-TO iikn'TI KMEN ONLT, HAND
Jt ? *nel? furnlahed, la *ulta vrmngly, iu the Ural ctaaa {
1'JI) KMt Seventeenth Mreet. i
m . O SM AI.I. ri'RNIMIIKt) Rnnuu 1-rv r O f . ,,i,w 1
X (Ml Wji Of wuaU ?n tnmodnU: t tii griiiJemcn '
?.ii( l.j lra?wllh board >1 tl?? M!<Oni| limma wr?( of Klahtli iiv '
It uc In flflyrtflitk ?tr?o?. AVP'T f?r one weak J
1 TTn fiF.RTLRMEW?A RWivt, niih.v i I'HNtPlfRD. 4
J on thiol floor, back, enuipiri* ?mh hoi and col-1 water, *
?l -t- g.ta. Inch, kr , family numll 79 W?at Xavrn'.-n.tli "
fir. ( 0
?p<) LET-TO A ?JRNTT.BHAN AKO WirR, A M~R "
J alahed Room, with full Hoard for'he lady ami | art ,| to 0
f > firman in a mimII, plain family wl>?>? tin rr ., ?> no H
?t?irr hoarder*, th' *a of a iloinratln nliarartrr nml >?? make 9
|tiflU*rtree at home profaned, loca'lon dr?lrjiMi\ ?f m
pefareneM itqalrM and (Iran. Addrvae llomr, llr. u >1 oflua
FlV) I,irr?A I'I.?AMANT ROOM.WITM BOARD T'?~a S
X lady. Mar Hflk Avrnua Hotel; boird in advattoe In lir.i j,
tt raieiaoe* Addrraa Mr*. l?a. xallon <? a
lirAKTUD-A HEUONf) OKTIIIKO Kf.OOK, IN A RK n
?T apeotalile locality, wHh Honrd. for l-.ro prraona Hoar
roiirU-fiith ftrrot, treat alilr preferred A'ldreaa bo? llfi t
|r< w Vork Poal OfltM. ?
WAKTRH-A flRVTIMin AVO WtKR DEWIRR A ?
nUof Rrioina, oil the In <t or vond ftn-,r, v th Honrd, /
ki a firat daae hoime. near Filtrt or Maillnon afrniim, below
ll'irtj fifth room* fui I', infn. i. ?li. .1, pn.al* (J
I e !?' ? ir?d, rr.i leni- h ven au I i re<l A.,di?ae 'i
k.' /U.,^ I oat nuief, Hew Tore. b
N
BOARDIIO knjo 1
TIT"ANTED?IN'APRIYATE V A * II-Y, ON THB FIRHT
!fV or *ecou4 timor. twu Uc>ir?iuu w?4 P?rl??r,
wun bimiv, i?r giniisinea WIN u? WU|HH<
fl. V., Herald oflkw, stating location tern* and r?rerieace
WANTKD-BY A BlNOt.E 'tTE"MTLKM A N, BOARD,
without lodging, went of Fourth avenue, betoiv Twentieth
street; table Wt-Bauppued. Addre**, <*>> particulars,
| (J. F U., Herald office.
"firANTi:i>?A KI'RNl^llKD ROOK, FOB A OBMTLBI
f? man .<nd lady, with Board for the lady, where there are
no other boardi-r*, below Uialiteeuth street, ea*t *ide. Ad
dtva* J. B. B., In '.are of 8 Adler, 18avenue D
XATANTBD?BY A 8INULB GEMT1.BMAN, A NEATLY
VY Furuiahed Room, with full or partial board, iu a private
family: above Fourth utreet and nearulir **'.)( Pr?"
1 erred. Addtcu, with particular*, 8. A., bo* 170 lleruld
office. ^
AH AMITY STREET-?FURNISHED ROOMS,
^ I without board, lo gentlemen only. One elegaut Room
suitable for iwo. Reference required.
q7 west thirtieth street, between broad0
( wuy auil Fifth avenue. A few selaol fami lea and
one or two gentlemen can now be aoco in mooted with hand
*oinely furnished Room*, lo *ult* or singly, wltb Board.
Reference* exchanged.
"1 Off EAST THIRTY ElonTH STREET, THIRD AVE1
Oi) nue.? Furnished Bedrooms for two, three or four
rsnllemcn, from $2 to W per week blngle Room* from
1 26, #1 00, fl 76 per week
COUNTRY BOARD.
Boarding at a farm house -a family wishing
Hoard <v*u find excellent accommodation* immediately
in the large farm liouflfi of the late Charles Underbill,
near <il< n Cove; refereu<'e* ciclianged. Address Mrs. Elizabeth
Underbill, (Hen Cove, L. I.
COUNTRY BOARD-FOB A OKNTLEMAN, WIFE AND
two children, ajjeil 3 and 6 year*, and nurse, for a month
or six week*, within an hour and a half of the city by boat or
rail. Hood table liidispeimable. Address, stallug terms,
location, Ac., T. A. B ,187 South street.
Ciountry board?at A FARM house, two MILES
J from Peek skill, on high ground and plenty of shade. Addre?*
James h. Jaeobs, Peekiklll Post office, n. y.
/"lOUNTRf BOARD?FIRST CLASS, AT SPUYTBN
\ ' Duyvil, on the Hudson, twelve miles from city and three
minute* from depot Inquire at IS Vesey street, basement.
COUNTRY BOARD.?PARTIES DESIRING COMFORTable
Rooms, with good Board, ean be accommodated
by applying to Vernon, fltapleton Post ofllee, Staten Island.
f^OUNTRY BO ARD ?WANTED, IN NEW JERSEY^ THB
V nnifnmirnudu ui r mcuuiii vr ntj|AJ| t gjicicuvu, ? m
farm house where there la an abundance of fruit and good
country fare, Board for three adults. Addrees, atating price
ami location, bos 8,Ml Post office, or call at 100 Pearl street,
up stair*.
Genteel summer board at the woodland
Hotel, Coytesrille, N. J. Hulse, Christopher street, 10
A. m. Lowest price, 010. J. COYTE.
SELECT FAMILY AND TRANSIENT BOARD AT
?:i/iverack, N Y , connecting with boats and trains from
New York. Yard of neveral acres, with shaded lawns and
gravelled walks. Plenty of room. No healthier location or
better country ride. Address Prof. 8. T. Frost.
\17-ANTED?BOARD FOR LADY, FIVE CHILDREN
tt and nur?e, in a qnlel, retired farmhouse, not over
thirty miles from New York, eilher or Long Island or in New
Jemey, near salt water. Where there are no other boarders
preferred. Address, with terms, Country Board, boi 1,120
New York Post office.
SUMMER HESORTB.
AT HASTINGS, ON THE HUDSON?BARNA RD
House, one hour by rail or boat; no summer resort
having Km'ter attraction*, first class table, terms reasonable
Apply between 10 and 3 o'clock to B. BARNARD, 87
Walker street.
("1ATSKILL MOUNTAINS?PRIVATE BOARD.?A FEW
J private families can be accommodated by the undersigned,
whose residence is situated near th? celebrated
Haines' Falls, and in the midst of the grandest mountain
scenery. Board $H per week. Rcfercnee, Hlpim Dijon. AdaniK
Erprcss Co , and to wlu^roTljfliWsij- ^ ^
Tarmersville, Oreene ooujity, N. Y.
GRAND HOP ' 1 ' 1
AT THE MANSION HOUBB,
LONG BRANCH,
TUESDAY EVENIMt), AUGUST 16, 1MB.
XTBATH HOrfiE-SCHOOLEYIS MOUNTAIN HPRINOS,
1JL In now opon for visitors. it m reacneo oy tnc Horns
aud Guei Railroad, fool of Barclay street.
B B. COLEMAN.
IONU BRANCH HOARD.?FINE, AIRY ROOMS AND
J quiet place; farm house within a few rod* of the beach;
said to be Ihe bent batldng place on the shore. Terms $14
pr.r week. Apply to C H. Bradley, on the premises. Farm
nut to J. W. Wallaok's.
The la towrette hoosb, bkrubn point, n. j.,
the most desirable wu torlne place in the vicinity of New
York. Bout* leave pier No 3 North river, at 9)4 A. M., 1
il? and J P M , from foot of Dev street at 10k A. M. and
432 f M.; by New Jersey Central Railroad, foot of Liberty
atreet, ten tfme? per day. Time, 1ft minutes.
WESLEY W. KILL, Proprietor.
T1V0L1 HOTEL?ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN?
Coney Island beach, terminus of the Bath and Coney
Island (MD) Railroad, new opeD for tbe reoeptlon of
bnarftars. PleaaaM sleeping rooms; fine sea bathing All
Greenwood oars cenoeet witb this route. Fare through 36
cents. S. BO0ART, Proprietor.
~ HOTELS. ~~
American hotel, bboadway and biohth
street. Mew York, on the European plan. Booms In
suits or singly, at moderate prices.
t anouam hotel, portland placb.?tii18 com1j
mndloua Ilotal, "the largest In London," u now tiwi
It is situated on the most open and healthy site In the Wast
End, with all modern Improvements, Suites or Apartments,
Knlle a Manger, 100 bv 40 feet; elegant Ladies' Room, a mpaclous
Sllilng and Writing Room, ?e.; within short drive of
all the railway termini. For terms, to secure aecommoda
tlon, address the manager, C. Schumann.
COP ARTHgHBIIIP?7 ~
A ^PRACTICAL BITHINBSB MAN, WHO HA8 "oBtalned
two patents fer Improvements In an Indispensable
and highly valuable article, wishes to get a Partner, with
a cask capital of about $4,000. who will be able to lead the
lucroantlic part of a manufacturing business. The beat of
testimonies about the qualifications of the advertiser can be.
pioduced. Persons of unquestionable integrity only will
['lease to apply. For farther particulars address W. M.,
Herald office.
ADRUOOI8T, OF SIX YEARS' EXPERIENCE, WHO
speaks German and has thorough knowledge of the business,
wishes to purchase the whole or one hair of an established
business In city or neighborhood. Address immediately
M: A. O., box 23ft Herald office.
4 PARTNBB DB8IRED?WITH ??.000. IN A LBOITI
/V mate, cut Dualueaa, lona ana auooesarumr eaiaDiianeo
Van interWe w adrireae R. P., boi 106 Herald ottlce.
A PRACTICAL hah, with $j,000, CAN SECURE a
half interest in a drat claaa buaineaa worth-$6>0U0 annually.
Addreaa, with real nam* and references, which will
be eicbaiigsd, appointing iptorrtew. P. P. P., Herald otttce..
A young hah, op oood education and thorough
business habits, with from one to two hundred
dollar* capital, would like to go Into partnership with a respectable
party. No agents or other humbug* need answer
Address Industry, lieratd oHoe.
Being desirous to secure a cheap tract op
Land of 6.000 acre*. In Weat Virginia, near the Baltl.
more and"Ohio Railroad, which la heavily timbered and with
beds of coal, prospect* of oil, Ac., which can be bought at a
low prloe, I would like to hare suae on* or more join me In
buying and developing the name. Addreaa Bedford, Lubricating
Oil Company, 86 Cortlandl street, N. T.
EH prec1bo hablar dor hombres asfmduos
que Uenen no ssenoe que tree * cuatro elento peso*,
para lr al sur A* la America; neoeanlta que hablan el lnglsa
y el E'pafiol. Referenda ealle de Rleecksr numaro 182.
aesde lea Nuere hasta las Once ava.
NEW YORK, AUG. S, 1MB.?THE COPARTNERSHIP
formerly minting between Haadevllle A Riley, organ
builders, baa been thia day dissolved by mutual consent.
james h. han devil lb,
jahb8 riley.
New york, xrorfiT t, imb.-william d black
And Elbert B Monro* were admitted u partoeM to
our Ann on tb? first day of March laat.
BALL, BLACK A CO
PARTNER WANTED?IB A FIRST (JLASS PROFIT*
bl? hnalneaa. reliable and p?rmaneot; beat of rafasancea
nrhanRed. Apply at room No 3, 46 South NMUk atreet,
Wllliamaburg, N. V.
rro BLACKSM1T1UI.-A UOOD OPPOBTONITV M OrX
fated to a Brat rate workman, with a capital af three or
four hundred dollar*, to unite wttii the advertiser; an Amtrl
can preferred. Adtlrea* for three duya Vulcan. Ml 10U Herald
?uiit ^ where itii intermit w can be bail
THE ADVERTISER WISHES TO MEET A MAN AS
partner, who will Miaiiit to organlxe i.nd la capable of
managing, a travelling Mlnatrsl Trotipe. AddreM Wuiirel,
II-raid "fl.ee.
r) CAPITALISTS-A t'ARTT M A N V PAf TI'HlNil A i
tuple artieto > diepased to pU?e ibe name In a ?to.k
imiuiy of $U?.UU0 capital, of which be will tjika hlm?Wf
t4O,0iAI of the atoofc. It ta believed a dividend of forty p?
rent |<er annum can be reiUlJed. It la pteft-ried that no i
more U ian five or alt person* should be i*icr?*tcd. Api.lv
to U J. HOWARD Esq . *0 Owne street
WA*ITKD-A PARTNER WITH 94.000 TO $0 000 OA PI
til, in a profitable manufacturing lius'riess Refer
encas giveu and wauled AddreM b*i I7S Heraid office.
11/-ANTED-A RKTl'KNED SOLDIER AS t ART.NF.lt
fT In a good paying boslnr.a, one of stead v. sober habile
Naoe other need apply lacuna in the atore 430 Wml Thin*
Maond atrnet
WANT ID- ?* A PARISIAN GENTLEMAN, 1MTORT
Ing French jewelry aud lancy tr-ds a Partner, with i
r.uun, to eitend Us business Helf-rei.i re eicJinnaed Ad
ilrcsa H S , I lei aid nthc?\ for two days
WANTED-A PARTNER, WITH Sno'cASH. IN"A
buatueas where 14 can be .tabled every week for three
tionths l>, oine. N?rm It? i^iveu fur the money Apply at
MS Hruadwar room ho 4
-PARTNER WANTED- BOB1NIMl niQHLT
POUU. rea|*rtahle lane established. and pavn ?7fl per
*aek. Single man preferred, and one who wcuIU travel
tdrtw >e? 117 Herald olee
IQ/W) -WANTED. A MAN AS PARTNER IN AN
potflf, old established manufacturing t'osinrae Ant
nan wishing n safe and pay ing business would do well to
allan therremleae, steam pecking bri filter;, 108 11 rater
tree!, N T. _____
?Q nnn IWJBLLENT OPPORTUNITY IS
fO.VWV hereby offered for an iavostmi-nt of from
B.flOO to 96,000 against 30 par cent interest per annum, and
itisfactnry security Addresa T P boi 6,3ufi Post office. J
fcC nnn ~A ******* WANTED. WITH THIS t
Pt/.UVU, amount af eeah, In a Brat class established
. >?>,r I. NMM ptrionn of i. u., I v
in! r**|vrUhtlf(T mnnwtr A p+rmm unifrmtamliM j
nnkkwping |ir?f?iT?d. AMrtm M?>i*h?iil, boi 1(18 HrralJ j
"??, for thr?* (Uya. wllh imI iuun? and rMuioiiia ?
LVH (Win wairred-wmi on withoit a
^ ' '"port"#*. U> ?o In hiw?n??" in il??'r*hl?> liv* j
It.i hfiiitli. (hr ?.!?rrtixrr Ml rift W?ll ?flqililtnt*d wllh ' h* c
rad* *u.| , oatomura; flTtn and iw)inrrd
Irtdrpn ho* ?,0 H IVnt
KXf) (Will -a okntmiiimn uinnhtwaor tiiat j
V . <l*?lr?w to I a UK an Intercut In a r
ivkfi ?nd r>r|?i??,. bMlu?M A<lilrraa M 0 H(r?M vOiv?.
EW YORK HKRAUD, THl
ity a ? . V ,>4 'r
^ ?Abfc8 OP HKAL KST.\TB.
ABMSKMKNT IIOUHK WANTKD IN BKOOK I.YN?
V?'u?- is,POO to $?> 000, tu ??<-h?ugo for 4 ae?t Cntuce
St two Lot*, Vtlue $1,030. PrlucipaH ml.lrwM Alon*o, bo*
Meruit! ol'.lce
Amy C HOICK PAR.H?FIKTBKN MILKS IN MKW
Jcrnuy, SO jwrua. good building* an<I fruit*, $KW0; ISO
rraa,- nonr the ubov', jimx! buildings uiul ti uil*. $18,000, SO
imuvd, Rockland county, good buUilirna, nlock una nro|w,
>**'. w 4<.??, iie%r rtewuurg, goua uuiMiinfl* anil irmw,
$H) AOO Many other Farms In WestWiestev and K<? klaml
couutlcs, also In New Jcrwy Hale or trade.
W. H. MB LICK, m Br adway
Atom choice vrwit farm-near dki'ot,
ftocki.iud county, thirty miloa Irom New York: S3 acres,
good buildings; any uuuntily of fruits, stock aud crops iu
eki<leU. $5 900; or would exchange for a Cuttugn ui aouic iiloa
village; Is a nice pluce W H MKLICK.421 Broadway.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.?TWO BRICK HOUSES, M
JV West Broadway (part leasehold)?2 * to res, 13 rooina and
biseiucnt front; rear four}'slorioe, and 16 rooms, rents for
$1 .fkiO par year, ground rent and taxes in all $SS9; price of
all <7,(MO Apply to TUOH. SCANLAN, 744 Eighth avcuue.
A PINE BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR HALE-OR Exchange
for a Farm, consisting of a new three atory brick
Houae and Lot, overlooking Fort Oreene Price $8,000 Cull
at 663 Broadwuy, top floor.
AT 810 FOURTH AVENUE?BY DAY * PALMER-FOR
aule, In Seventeenth street, near Union square, with
possession, 8 a. b s. b., lot 20x91, $12,000. Otlioe tours
10 to 4.
A RARE OriANCE?$1,800 WILL BUY A NEAT
House and 16 full Lots, situated in Mount Yernon, only
90 minutes' rlae from Twenty-seventh street New Haven
Railroad depot. inquire of 111. FEABANO, T9 Nassau
street, second floor.
ABAROA1N.-POR SALR, ON LONG ISLAND, FORTY
three aores of good Land, with two story House (eight
rooms), large barn, wall, Ac , one mile from depot, twenty.
Hiiht miles from New York, with stock, crops, Ac. Apply to
KBLSEY * CORN well, 78 Cedar street, New York.
ATA LOW PIOURB AND FOR RALE-A 3 STORY ]
A basement and under cellar high stoop brisk House, in 1
Thirty-second street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues;
poshf aaiou immediately. Apply to D. H. SEAMAN, M Pine
street.
A COUNTRY IIOC'HK WANTED?CONSISTING OP
small house and Ave to tan aeree of land, not over forty
es from this city. Address, giving particulars, Joseph
McOuire, 126 Third avenue. '
A THREE STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK HOUSE,
on Thirtieth street, near Lexington avenue, for sale:
possession given. Apply to JOSEPH MeGUlRB, 126 Third
avenue.
A COTTAGE HOUSE IN 1J9TH STREET, NEAR
Seventh avenue, for sale. Ten rooms, in good order;
96.000. Terms easy. Te rent, a two story Housa In 119th
street, eight rooms. P. gBOLIO, 13 Centre street
A POUR STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE
House, 26x60x100, near Madison square, for sale at a
sacrifice; Immediate possession. Apply to URMY k COPLAND,
410 Fourth avenue.
BROADWAY PROPERTY WANTED.-PARTIES HAVing
Improved or unimproved Property In Broadway, below
Fourteenth street, for sale, will find a purchaser by
sending full particulars to box 1,307 New York Poet office.
Bakery-with all the appurtenances, ineluding
brick Bakehouse and Dwelling Houses, Horse,
Wag on, 4c , Ac., for $16,000, six or eight of which can remain
for three or more years, or a lease for five on tha
wnme prnpn ; well niromieg .ur IP rniu rawnjn iu
full successful operation; never before offered for (ale, e?eliulvely
cash; present owner is willing to retire Immediately
from nil business, and give aorae one a good chauce. Further
Information can be had at Fountain'* India store, 888
Broadway, for a few days, or of the agent, 176 Elghtyslith
street, corner of Third avenue
COUNTRY RESIDENCE TOR HALE-ON THE BANKS
of Die Shrewsbury river, one mile from Red Bank, N. J.,
two hours from New York by rail and boat. The home Is
new and superior; six arret, lawn, Ane old shade treee, good
bathing abore. boating and lisss fishing. Apply on the prern1-rn
to .1. PETR1E, or at 77 Leonard street, up stairs, to the
bookkeeper. ' $9,000.
IjlARM OF ETOHTY ACRES FOR SALE CHEAP?
1'each and apple orchard on the place, twenty miles
fr/>m New York; four from Patersou, N. J. Apply to THOfi.
DANIEL, MJohiMitreet.
For aale-a s 17-100 acre plot of ?oround at
I'pper Nrark, Rockland county, set out with about 360
choice young beating fruit trees. Is in a high state of cultivation,
and has a fine crop of rom growing Inquire of WM.
BEDELL, 177 Weet Thirty third street, or of GARRET BAR
Foe balb-a barqain-a large, well built
brick Hotel, with large frame burn and sheds attached,
just completed; aald premises are situated In the village or
Athena. Greene county. N. Y., at the terminus of the fichenectadv
and Athena Railroad, and in the moat central part of
the village. The owner ta now doinff a large bualneaa, but 1*
obliged to eell on account of ill health. For an enterprising
man or capitalist this la a rare chance. For particulars call
on NORBURY A CO., In office of Merriam k Bell, 18 William
a tree t. NY. Terms made to an It.
For sale?a country residence with thirty
acres of Land, one mile west of Nyack; fine river view;
buildings new; fruit, berries, Ac.; price $13,000.
Mrs. J. ft. WALDRON, Nyack, M. Y.
For rale?in union square, the lease of tub
Washington Club building, corner of Fourteenth street
and Fourth avenue, oonsisting of club rooms, bar room and
lager l<e?r saloon; long lease and low rent; also Bar Flitursa.
No agents need apply.
For sale-a five btory brick tenement
House. Full particulars given on the premises, 78 Allen
street. MRfl. M aToQWBN.
For salb-lease for four years of housb
and Lot No. 442 Third avenue. An excellent location
for any kind of large huainesa. Apply on the premises. Mar
Thirty-third street, ?n the fancy store.
IJtOR HALE?AT QUEENS, L. I., HALF A MILE
I1 from depot, thirteen mllee from elty, a very handsome
Country Boat of thirty acres; all tke modern toiprovelnents
and a beautiful greenhouse, office, bouses of all ktMeand
large quantities of fruits; must be aeep to be approbated.
Price i* 1,000, of which illOOO can remain at seven per esoL
Apply to > am kb PRO WEB, Esq., ta Duane street, N~ f.
IFOR SALB-ON THB WEST BANK OF THE HUDSON.
J IX Bile below Nyaek, a Farm of 11 acres, a portion of
It well wooded, and the rest In a high slate of cultivation;
good house and barn and half the crop; fruit of all kind*;
possession Immediately. Address box Bit I'ost office.
For sale?with possession, a nice cottage
House on Bigbtv-thlrd street, between Beoond and Third
avenues. Lot M.01101.6. house 22 6x40 Gas and water; all
In perfect order; tret class neighborhood. Price $4,600
MoGHATH A FRENCH, 866 Ninth avenue.
For sale-property in clark street, near
Hroome, suitable for manufacturing purposes; three
story brick, building front, building rear, 94,000; rents for
$SM per annum. Permits of A. JOURNEAY, No. 0 Pine st
rr sale-well located, a four btory engllsh
basement House, aftsfiS feet, In geod order; lot fall
depth. Price 112,300; immediate possession given.
A. M. LUDLOW A CO., No. a Pjne street
For balb vbby cweap-a bbahthtl place
of two urn, good house and barn, plenty of fruit; 2'.
miles from Orand street ferry, * bargain. Apply at 110
Hudson street. _ t
TOR BALE LOW?TWO VBBY DESIRABLE BUILD
r Ing lou on Fortrfourth street, between Elf bib u<
Ninth avenues, containing several thousand bricks.
POTl'BR BROtTA BELLAMY. Wo. 8 Pint stmt.
rR KALE OR BXCHANOB?HOUBB, DROP AND MX
Lota of ground on Wyckof avenue. near Myrtle. Apply
on the ^pr^galaus, .to A. U. MM I Til, Brooklyn, near lllfhFOR
8ALB OR TO LBT.-A FIRST CLAAB, WIDE
half English basesaent House, on the best part of Murray
Hill, close to Madison avenue, elegantly furnished
frescoed throughout by the beat Italian painters; pries far
the whole fM.ntO: without the furniture, fSP.OOO, or the house
will be leased at |S,000 a year, provided the furniture is purchased
for f 16.000; terms easy, to suit purchaser. Principals
only dealt with Addresa, with real name, the owner, B. L.,
box Ctt Poet ogee
fooUR BTORT TBNRMBNT HOtTBE FOR BALR?ON
Jr Thlrtf-third street,-In good order all through: rents for
MAO; rrtee, tfsold within two days, 94.109, title good; a
great bargain; terms easy Also Murray Hill property for
sale. Apply >o JOHN FftTTBETCH. til Third aveou*
EWRN1H1IBD HOUHB FOR BALE -A TERT DEBIRr
able brown stone four story House, on Murray Hnt,
Thirty fifth street. In beautiful order and very luiutlousiy
famished; will be sold very lew, the owner going to Europe.
Ajjp^tort Enst TXiry.flfth stseet, near Park avenue, froB
HOl'BE AND tOT.-WANTED, A BROWN BTOKE
front House, high stoop, medium site, location between
Twentieth and Forty-seventh streets and Slitb and Leiinftnn
avenurs. Address (Brown Stone House, station A, Hprlqg
street. _
t ANIrf ?TO ALL??ANTINO FARMB.-LAROE and
jj ir.nmng eiuemeetor Tineiana, miin < nmaie. au mnea
r nth l "h"u(l<-.(iliutV7 railroad rich mill, producing lurge
crope; 2L nar tr*ct? jit $36 per acre, payable within four
reeji; goad btiHlneae opening; good iwikj, Hundred* era
willing arid making tmatorararnta Apply toCHARLEH K.
LANDIP, ftoatmaater, vtueland, IaimHhiowuahlp, N.J. Ul
t?r* Papeiaoeutalnlng fill] information win be
iiect free
OIL LAND*-80 AORM .ON P1TWOLB, ABOVE V ?.
Well will be aold nheafMf (old thle week. The beet barK^in
Ui tbe ra?i-kfi Aupl* to C. iJONOVKB, National Hotel.
or4<> D H WiVOK, Meeehaiite' Hotel, CorUaadt etroet.
POTOMAC FINERY ?"INDIAN HBiD."?THI* CBLebratcd
Kl?tmry inrludea a rich Farm of JM acrea,
with raliwible bitlMiiap, nearly jiew, and a "tinhliig ibore"
c* one mile, on tbe Potomac rtear, within twenty mllee of
Waahinqtot. city, I). C. and i? oat*of the beet nhad and'her- i
rliv fl?beriee on that proline rtw, proTerWal lor Itet Urac
jrienl of fi?h Apply .to JOHN V BRYANT, room No.*
IM Blttadwaf New York
Partition sale?mplbndid inyebtmbnt-thb
R'.ii Ketala nnd Ke?*ienceor iha lata Or .'oeeph Beten,
it Fort Hamilton, town of New IJtreefct. N. V . eoneUttngof
ben Lota af Laud, IflxISn feet eaoh, with two large Dwelling
IUiu?e?. nitnateri ?* the ahcre road, anlfr front, uplcodlj
rlew of bar, deeirottR reeldnnoee and eBertiing a fin** (lie for
I hotel ar buy* boardtna houae Will be eold under the ril
ectlen of (lA<-ard M. "tevene, referee. ai the Commercial
Bicliangr 9M Fulton atrect Brooklyn, tm the 1Mb day of
August, Ugf, a* is o'cioeft, noon
PIT nj6TpROPltRTT-Rt7ll?tKA.-1W ACRFII FOB
eale, under the m me of the arent I'ntked 8m tea wall.
'all anil una IIAYWAHD, lTf Hroadw**, room No. 4.
WANTED- FARM IN < ONWBt'TIOtfT, NOT VFBY FAB
Itooi CM* or bout, 7# milea or leaa fenin New York. well
rorlA from $2,000 to $3,000 Utah, with fat/ buiWInaeenqjood
leigbbnrlmod Ad'trraa with par I Icular A, Mr. Bill, Weat
heater, C?im
clothiwo. "" \
A DVAN?'BD-THE PRICFiH OF CA.STOFF WBAB1NO
t\ Apparel. Furniture. Carpel*. Ar;, at the rallrer/ii*
Igeinf. Aitdreae MY or Mia. J. ClOL^HTBIN, IM Rerentb
venue, between Twrntr Accond ami Twenty third atreeta,
rliere all order* will beiluly attended U>, lo or outaf Aaeitf.
\T K BAST TWELFTH BTRBET, NEAB BROAD
Way -L I'AffltHKKn peyi the blgheat Broad?*?
raltMl upon hy Mm r??hh?ig
A TTKNTtOr-I.AMK(* AND OBKTLSMBW Wll MMv
'* the higliMl yticr for t'lK Off Olotlilfif, Ac., by
Ailing on or ?.IUrr..ltn Mr or Mr* U HAHT, *8<:?rmioe
trMt
A T Mi HKVKMTII AVKNt'R, COKNFK 0? TWflNTT\
llita Atrett, nil urntlcmiMi will rrc?lro Ifin htuh.'idJw'iwMf
Mr* ** ' ?*?< ? ?n or
JKJSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1865
'
'OR HA US.
A-KOK b.U.K, CORMEH IJOUOK bTOKEH, RKH
. U"riuill, laocerifrt, Hllli.irJ Kalooni, ltoardiutf
IIoumm, I.iiik li iiml :i-v Room*, Hum au.l FwU btor??( *
KUn IVllHl.'ltf HuHlneiut, Oy?tcr Saloon
MITCHKLL'B htor? Ai?eney, 77 Cedar street
AHURK KORTl'NE MAY BE REALIZED BY PUR
lut?inil tl>? riKhl for tlio *i|? of
LOVKI.KSt? I'ATEHT l?,UHBI!OLD KAIKY P(HTKOLE
|j KTOVR
Tlio Mr. U. I' I.OVKI,KS8, hit* wiow of the bent
territory In tlio United SUiUsh, wlilch be will dibpoxe of on
' reuaonable term*, And may be cooeulted at the df-pot. Mil and
Ml Broadway, iroin 'j a m iuo r a., naiiy.
AFHOTOUBAPI! (JALLERY JOB SALE rilRAP?IN
a K'mxI location. Ainjly iu tlie gallery, 16j J'hiiii avenue,
any day this week.
A FINE BUKJNK88 FOB HALE-OCCIJ i'Yl Nil A
whole building in Jersey City The linn of trwte In
Drugs, Paints, OU?. tJU.s, Vsrnisbes, Ac. neh capital requlna
$12,000. Adilieo* boi 358 or call at 15 Nwwark avenue,
Jersey City, between t!ie hours of 7 and 9 P. M.
BILLIARD HA LOOM NO IS WILLIAM STREET FOB
sale?nmt door to Corn Exchange Bank. Benson* for
soiling sicklies* of the proprietor. Call any day this week
from 12 M. to fl P M. No agents. WM. CAMP
DltUO store for SALE CHEAP FOB CASH ?
Fountain and receipt for making root beer. First cIin
fixtures, well stocked. Address for three days Druggist,
Hern Id office.
JI1XPBER8 BOL'TE FOB 8ALB-ONE OF THE BEST
'j paying in the city; will be solcf cheap for cash. Apply
at6Sl Broadway, from 10 to 1 o'clock.
Fancy store and fixtures fobsale-t7obnUre
street, and Uood Will, on account of departure for
Europe.
Fob sale?a kibst class billiard boom in
tins city, situated in a fine location and doing a first rate
business; leaoe favorable. For further particulars apply to
PIIELAN A COLLENDEB, 67 Crosby street.
FOB HALB-SBCOND HAND SODA WATEB Al'l'ARA
tus, complete, with three twenty gallon Fountains, at
WM. OEE'S, corner of Franklin and Elm streets.
FOB BALE?THE LEASE, STOCK AND FIXTURES
of a 8ailors' Boarding House, with Barroom attached;
No. 8 Albany street. Will be eold cheap If applied for soOy.
FOB 8ALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED CONFECTIONcry
Store, with Saloon attached; one of the best locations
op town. Apply at 787 Sixth avenue, between Fortyfourth
and Forty-fiith streets, for one week.
FOB SALE?FLOUB, FEED AND COMMISSION STORE,
doing a sjalendid business. _Slook,_ Lease,^Horse and
Truek, for Jl.OUU Aaaress reea otore, rieriuu ouice.
FOB SALE?THB STOCK, FIXTURES AND LBA8E OF
a Photographic Gallery, near Barnum's New Museum,
on Broadway; also PaUat Bights far Photographing on uneven
surfaces. such aa vases, cupa, Ac. Apply of B. 8. ALFORD.
at MKRWIN A BRAY, 262 Broadway, or E. E. LYON,
at tbe Gallery, 60S Broad wuy.
For sale-a milk bound and daisy, selling
100 quarts, with Hone and Wagon. Call at 194
East Thirty-third street, for three days.
TOOK BALE?BARROOM AND LODGING HOUSE, NO.
F 9 West street; convenient to several lines of European
steamers, and doing a good paying business; the reason
for selling, the owner having other business. Apply on the
premises.
Fob sale?the whole ob half intebest in a
Brewery, in good working order and doing a good cash
business, which pan be doubled with additional capital. Address
Brewer. Herald office.
FOB 8ALE-IBON AND WOOD WORKING MACHINery,
and ull kinds of Machinery and Railway Supplies,
at No. 6 Dcy street.
Fob sale?portable and stationary steam
Engine. Boiler, Saw Mills, Ac., at No. ti Duy street
Fob salb?a fibst bate concert saloon, a
verv good Cigar Store and a Coffee and (Take Saloon Inquire
ot Dr. COSTER. 68 Bowery Bank building, between 12
and 3 P. M.
FOR SALE-TOK BESTAl'BANT AND PRIVATE supper
Rooms 126 Crosby street. Inquire on the pi-einiscs.
FOR BALE?ON-BROADWAY, A SMALL FANCY
Good* and Picture Store and lease. Inquire at 1M
Sixth avenue.
Fob sale?the stock and fixtures of a
small Liquor Store. Apply at 131 West Twenty-ninth
street
For sale?at a babgain, the billiabd saloon
68 Bowery, up stairs.
Fob salb?a millineby store and fixtures.
Ii will be sold on account of tbe proprietor's leaving the
| elty. fall at 66 Carmine street
For sale?the patent right of the best
and simplest Breech Loading Fire Am yet invented.
: Address W. f., Herald ottce.
For salb-labge saw mill, engine, botler.
Donkey Pump; will cut 76 feet lengths; 4 gangs Saws:
perfect order. J.CLARK, corner Twenty-third street and
avenue A.
Fob salb?a dining and oysteb saloon, at
No. 1 Whitehall street Best place in the city for business.
Convenient to Staten Island and South ferries.
U?OB SAL*?one OF THE BEST PAYINO OYSTEB
r and Drinkiua Saloons in the Eleventh ward Beason of
wiling the owner I* nick. Apply to WILLIAM ABBOTT,
Auctioneer, 170 Chatham square.
For bale-very cheap for cash, the lease
Fixtures and Good Will of the choice fruit and grocery
More 78 Went Houston itreet.
For sale cheap-for cash, the stock and
Flxtnree of a Grocery and Liquor Store. long established;
mu*t be ?olil immediately Apply on the premise*,
corner of Jay and John streets, Brooklyn.
FOR BALE CHEAP, FOR CASH ONLY-THE LEASE,
Stock,and Fixture*, Including a splendid Billiard Table,
of the Washington Hotel, No. 10 Grand street, Williamsburg.
Call at once.
TTIOR BALE CHEAP?A STATIONERY STORE APPLY
r at US Pa?onla avenue, near the Pavonia ferry, Jersey
City.
Grocery and liquor store for sale cneapA
first rata stand: will be sold at a bargain by applying
Immediately to MARK M. POB8QN, ? Eighth areuue.
YTOUSE, SIGN AND OBKAMENTAL PAINT SHOP
rl for sale cheap. Apply at No. 6 Chatham square, in the
photographic gallery. The best stand in this city for the
above Easiness.
JIQl'OR STORE, WITH FIXTURES AND STOCK, FOR
J sale; wfl be sold reasonable. Call at the store. ZD
inth avenue, corner Twenty-fifth street
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY FOR BALE CHEAP?
good locality; every thing complete to carry en the
bustoee*. Apply on thepeewilscc,43 Main street, Orange, N.J.
T)ARB CHANOB.?TWO FIRST CLASS MILK BOPVBB
. IV for sale, with a full supply of milk: located between
Twentieth and Grand streets Will be sold separately or together.
For particulars apply to 8. H. EVERETT,? East
Forty-eighth street
STEAM ENGINE* FOR SALE?FOB OIL WELLS
a id sawmHls, ltslB?20i*)i?) BOllOO; will sell tew,
Si'HOONEE NBY FOB BALE-APPLY ON BOABD,
Spsfog street slip, pter <f Worth river
fTO CARPENTEBB.?FOB BALE, AN OLD EBTAB
i Ushed.Carpsnter Shop, in a good locality m4 doing *
good business; will be sold cheap for eaeh ae the owner is
going into another bustneee. Address P. Y. H., New Engtaod
Hotw, censer of Bowery and Bayard street.
fTO BDITOBB ABD PRINTBBS.?A FIRST CLASS
I KawgMMr srul Jnk OfWw In Ohio for ibIk Thli la A
rare ahaoc* For parUeaUre addreae A. J. P., lie raid
ofll'*.
rBACCO FACTOBT FO* HALE.-IN COMPLBTE
order. all ready feeeperaUon; will M cold vary low.
Apply at 14 Bpruee airaeVbaaaaaent.
tOAA WILL Btnr THB LEA8E AND FIXTURES OF
anOviteraOd Dining Saloon earner of Thirty
Kfth atreet aad Writmtii.
t7AA -FOR SALS, A WELL PATRONISED LAOER
4* I vv. Mr Halnon aad Liquor M6r?, on a prominent
corner. Partlbnlara at B. tiOLINOBB'B, M Bowery, bank
building.
* HOIISER, ROOMS, ?C.,JTO LBT.
AVLSASANT ROOM ON FOURTH FLOOR TO LBT?
Furntehad. without Board, Id a beuae with nKxJem impro??BM>U;
itnoi |3 per week. Apply at 1M Warerlcy
plaoa.
AH ANDftOMELT FURBISHED ROOM FRONT TO LET?
TogenUemenonly, without board, In a private family, on
r<ond flnor, gaa, bath, Ac; furniture, Ac , antiraly new,
terma modeaate. Apply at 30 Third atreet.
N UNFURNISHED PARLOR ON SECOND FLOOR;
alao two Fnrntabed Bedreoma, to gentlemen only;
'bath aad *a* In hou?e. inquire a* M6 Third avenue, eoatiia^at
corner of Ywenty third atree< Bafaraaaa required
APPLY TO Ml BROADWAY FOR A FEW DRHIRABLB
Room* foahooaeheeplng anj hualneaa purposee.
BROADWAY.-FURNISHBD ROOMS TO.I.ET, AT MS
Broadway, er the third floor, for gentlemen, without
bnar* Refereittaa4aoben0ad.
f 1BAMBERM STREET BTORB TO LET?FIRST CLASS
\J wt'te marble Store, hear Broadway, eitra else and poeaeaalowju
September Apply to JOUN LLOTD A HONS. It
Naaaau drMl
rpURNIMttKD BOOMS TO LBT T(P OENTLEMBN
B7 ??ly,.one large and two Ingle Rooma: no meala, beat
legation io.Ua city, IS Bead atreet, aeraa 4?ere from Broadway.
FI HNIHIRI) HOL'SMft TO LET-TS PRIVATE FA 111
bee, forth* mlateaer year Apply to E U LUDLOW A
CO., No 9 Plae atreet
LTRriSflBD OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO l.ftTr
At l?ft WaetThirtieth atmet; houae oontatna all modern
iiuproreneBta, aad neighbnrhcod flretclaaa.
liU'RNIPHRD HOUSES TO LET?CLINTON I'LACE;
r ?*) per monthvWeat Fourteenth atreet, $JWO;Baei
*"
HOCWI TO 1.ET-GW BTATKN ISLAND (IA'NR OP
railroadj./itrnlahednr unfurolahed, for theaummer.
or until May, Uff , 1*4 jMur from -the eity; abundance- of
fruit and ragetablee on the farm, crone for aale: rent heaeasahle
Apyiy at it Wan atreet, room No 9.
I IIA VINO RFNTR0 TIIK MAUNlFTt.'KNT FRTPATE
. ...arinvn OF www" HMTC. ?nirr 10 *l,in IWI" ?n? J
?|? in ?nli?tnf n, wllhoal Ccfant "V"
fitted llouee contain* *11 *?"
.urp^d, fMhtonrth
CTBA*rpOW*B AND LIOHl ROOMS TO hf'tzL.T."
Is ? home, on 0?n?l tlwl, n?r 5^5^2^?iV .fi??t
Earl*'* Hotel. F J IRHLKI, ollkoe 108 W*'lt*r
CttAM POWB* aW>TIOIIT woii?|to7.Bt-TnRM
h Floor*, or th? wbole Hoom. wllfc ovm 40 hor?* power
Inquire *t Wi evwWu* A .
Til KEF. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HntlHF.KRKPlNO
to rent, (veiTlhlnf complrte; V> per #<ek. Aij/iy
SIOThlril *veiiii?, flint ffi'?r ov>-r the lea ?tor?'
mo i i i inr. Fi'RNixm ii ifnrer id kast tiuR <
1 IT ' mill Mieeli fiimUi.r* ne irly ?H i>"" L"-Tli '
M' cyJhjrHyt nHfc A- Jt V*"* 9rM0*V' ?r toi** /,
KOtfflBfl, ROOtli, M., TO LET,?
T) I.KT?A TWO STORY FRA UK HOUSE, WITH OAS
iiml C; ton water: rent $150; on th? north ?M? of Klftyllftli
xtreet. between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Inquire of u.
UI.'CHAKO I', ou the premlaes.
TO LET?TO LET OR LEASE, THREE SPLENDID
Loft?, alSM, 8!>iand898 llioadway, aiae, 67 feet by 67
fert. lii'iulra on the premise*.
mo LBT?THE LA ROB, WBLL LIOHTBD AND VEN
I Ulated Office, No 37 Broad Ktreet. Apply to CRITTENDEN
* M< KIN LEY 97 Hioad aireet.
llfil-inC IIUl PC, noiri i?? '.? nr,wnu
I street; the Furniture th;?t la in It, together wkh ?aa
flxtnres; must he paid for; $1 000. The House and the Furniture
will be an Id for $9,800 I'ossession immediate.
TO LET?THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE HANDSOME
white marble building, 131 Ninth avenue, near Twentieth
street. containing six roomii, with gas and water fixtures;
separate gas meter, water closet and wash tub; com
oleic for a small genteel family; also large yard. All the fixtures
and appliances are of the first class. Also aever.il desirable
Stores, on Ninth avenue, between Nineteenth and
Twentieth alneta, at moderate rent*. Apply to D. A. CUHHMAN,
IU Ninth avenue, betweeu Twentieth and Twenty-Bret
treeta. _ _
TO LET-TWO FINE LOTH ON WEST STREET, NHAR
Hank xtreel (four yeara' lease), wltli buildings, Ac , very
low Iuquire at the northwest coiner.
rpo LET?FURNIBHED, A PIRHT CLASS THREE
1 story brown stone House in Forty-seventh street, between
Fifth an>l Sixthavonaes. Apply to M. BCHBVERRIA
A CO., SO Beaver street.
TO LET-ONE OR TWO NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS
to gentlemen; $3 per week; bath room, pus, 4c. Apply
at (B St. Mark's pi ice.
TO LET?ROOMtJ ON A PARLOR FLOOR, IN SUITS
or singly, elegantly furnished, situate near the New York
Hotel, to idnglegentlemen; terms reasonable. Address box
70S I'ost office.
rpo LET.?A VERY NEAT FOUR STORY ENOLISII
J. basement House, with modern iiituroveimnts. to lease.
Possession fcteptember 1. Central location, near Broadway,
above Thirtieth street. In elegaut order. $1,800 worth new
Furniture for sale. PARSONS A WARD, 79 Cedar street.
rpo LET?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, NEAR
J. Olflord Railroad station, Staten Island, a very pretty
Cottage, at a moderate rent. location desirable. Apply to
A. JOLTRNBAY, No. 6 Pine street.
TO LET-A FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY BROWN
stoue House, In perfect order, in Forty-first street, near
Madison avenue. Possession cau be had bv the lat of September.
Can be seen only by permit from W. U. WOOD, 65
Wall street.
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITHOUT BOARD, IN
in suits or singly, at 85 East Twenty-ninth etreel, near
Lexington avenue. Ilall Rooms have gas, fireplace and
water Rent reasonable. References given and required.
TO LET-TO GENTLEMEN, WITHOUT BOARD, A
comfortable Bedroom, In private house, 127 (old No. 91)
East Thirteenth street, between Tnird and Fourth venues.
TO LET-TO A SMALL, RESPECTABLE FAMILY,
"?nrrl Flnrtr of a spacious brown stono house in St.
Mark's place, eorWiHing or four rooms, accommodation for
cookinc. Ac. Kent $HOO oer annum, payable quarterly in
advance. Address H B., bo* 340 I'out otlloe. _________
TO LET?FUBNIPHED OR UNFUBN1SHED. A VIIY8Iciari
demies lo rent bis house (reserving the first tloor),
to a private family without children. Apply at 12 West
Thirty (lfth street, from 10 to 12 o'clock. _
me LEt OB FOB SALE?A 8FLENDIDLY FUBX
nlshed ami well paying Boarding House, the owner wishing
to retire from fatigue and care of it, established for
K-ars. and where money has been made Addrevs or oull ou
r. R0BIN80N, 116 West Houston street
TO LET OB LEASE-A LOT, 25 BY W, WITH BBIUK
Building In rear, 26 by SO, two st?ri hlgli and br.semcnt;
stables in front. Apply to A. BOHWABl'Z, 574 West
Forty sixth street.
r BENT?A BOABDINO nOU8E, AND FIIBN1TUUE
for sale. Oue of the best bargains offered for the season,
as will be shown on application. Also Furnished Houses
to rent. Apply at 206 Broadway, room 22.
VEBY GOOD OrPOBTUNITY 18 NOW OFFERED TO
start a Buardlng and Lodging House. No. 22 Mulberry
street, near Chatham; spleuiiid building, first class house for
that locality lnqulro of LOl) 18 BONABD, for a few days
only. "
5TH AYENUE.-A PABTY, WITH UNEXOBPTIONable
refereuoes, offers in an elegantly furnished, corner
house, a choice of Booms, with private table, to auy person
who will become security for the rent, payable at the end of
each month. Call on or addresi Mrs. 0., Fourth avenue.
| HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED.
A Fl/BNIHHED IIOUHB WANTED?ON OB NEAB
J\. Fifth avenue. Apply for one week to Mr. HAYWABD,
171 Broadway, room No. 4. Hours 9 to 3.
Furnished house wanted-atnew Brighton,
HUtcn Inland, for u small family, for 12 or 18 months.
Addi cum, Minting terms, location, Ac , box 3,J60 N. Y. 1'ost
offlcc
FURNISHED HOUSE WANTBO IMMEDIATELY.?A
good Prized, well furnished House, in n central locution,
br a leuponiible widow lady and family. Address ADAMS,
968 Broadway.
IRON FOUNDRY.?WANTED, BIX HOR8E POWER,
about 8,000 square feet of room, and a Foundry adjacent
thereto, In Now York, vicinity, or within caaycoinmunlo-itioi.t
W1U buy or lease. Address box 1,817 New York Post ofllce.
Liquor store wanted?on a corner, in good
location, now doing a fair business. By stating price
and location, will meet with a cash customer, by addressing
Win. Murphy, cottage No. 9 Vanbrunt street, South Brooklyn.
PART OF HOUSE WANTED?FURNISHED OR UNfumlshed,
in a good neighborhood, either In New Tork
or Brooklyn, having all. the modern Improvements, by a gentleman,
wire and servant; no children. Address, staling
terms and locality, W. b. s., bos 6.77> Post office.
PART OF HOUSE WANTED?UNFURNISHED FOR
h<>uMkeepl rig, by a family of three; desire four or live
Booms, In a good location, with a private family. Address
A dame, 988 Broadway.
1ITANTED? A KM ALL CONVENIENT HOUSE. IN A
VV good location up town, by a family without children,
after October 1. Address, with particulars. Van, Herald
?dice.
WANTED?AN OFFICE IN OR IN THE VICINITY OF
Wall street, between South and Pearl streets; ground
floor preferred. Address W., box 679 Post ofllce.
WANTED-A STORE ON BROADWAY, BETWEEN
Fourth and Fourteenth streets, lor a light retail business
AiMrees 8. N ft., Herald ofllce.
WANTED?IN BROOKLYN. BY OCTOBER 1, A FIRST
class Furnished House for a small private family.
Address Parker, box a,0M Post offleo, New York.
WANTED?BY A SMALL FAMILY, A HOUSE WITH
mod?nn Improvements, In a respectable neighborhood.
Address D. Q., box ft,6? Post office.
1X7\*NTED-BY A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE,
vY the Second Floor of a private house, suitable for
housekeeping, located between Twentieth and BliUeth streets
and Second and Fourth avenues. Address A. B. c., station
F. Post office, N. Y.
WAMTED-BASEMENT, WITH WATER AND SUITTV
able Mating appaMtus or hearth, for manufacturing
perfumery. Address WW, Herald oflloe.
WANTED-BV THE 1ST OF SEPTEMBER, A HANDeomely
furnlehed Bnm; located between Fourteenth
aa<l Twenty-filth atreete, end Fourth and Httih evennee;
terma not to exceed AMD or fSOO par month, food referencee
gtroa. Addreee H. mTH., itaOon D, Eew VoiR.
WANTED?A FURNISHED ROOM, FOR i KINULB
gentleman, pleaaanUy located, a ahorl dUtance from
Ircadau and Bteecker etreet, for wbteb a fair prtce wlU be
aid. Aadreee, itatlaf location and prtoe, J. v., bo* 4,110
New York PootoRee. <%.
WANTBD-BY TWO BIBflLE GENTLEMEN, A SUIT
of Unfunitafead Reoma, looated between Eighth and
Twenty-third ?treete, Mar Fifth avenue. Addreee bux A,833
Foot cake.
WANTED?TO MKT, 8T A SMALL PRIVATE FAMIly
of aduMa, a Floor oon?letiug of Are rooma, on the
aaat aba of the town; rant awt be moderate. Addreae
Homer, atattao P<
"11/ ANTED?A GOOD SUED WELL FURNISHED
m lioaae, location puat be good; re fere use aaUefactory.
Addreee W , halloa D, Bible Bouee
"TIT ANTED?FOUR OR FIFE ROOMS FOR A FAMILY
TV of fear adulte, fae and Oroton water neoeeeary Ad
djeae, etetlag tonne, J. C.C.,B Bearer etreet, room 10.
TXTAKTBD-IM OR NEAR TUI8 OITY, FROM 1ST
Heptember, part of a Houee, unfurnlebed, bj a family
af four Americana. Addreae <i. w. Cocley, boi 3,047 Poet
affile, New Yorfc.
WANTED-BY A OERTLEMAN AND WIFE ONLY, A
Beoond Floor, la a modern built Houee Addreee,
eta Hat rani, room* and locality, W. W B, Herald office.
WANTBD-TWO OR TUBER ROOMS, ONE FURTT
nlehff, b* a party of twoladlea and oae gentleman,
between Twentieth and Thirty fourth etrceta and Broadway
and Leelngton avenue. Addreee, tinting loeation and tenon,
wkteh mint be moderate, M. B. 0., Herald ofllce
WANTED? BT THE 1ST OF SBITEMNKR, A LARGE
Room and ball Bedroom, by a gentleman and wife;
private family preferred Addreee W H, box B.MU Post
efBce.
WANTBD-AM OFFICE, OR PART OF ONK OONVEnlent
to the Cuefcmi noune rent not to exceed 1500 per
annum. Addreee w. W AS. Herald office, atnllug location
and price ______
WANTED-FOR ROrSFKEEFINi?, BY A IUOHLY
r<mp?ct?t)t? family of four adiilm, on unfui nlnhed
floor, in k ntrtctly private family, fur which $? per month
would be paid, punntMlly tn adrknm', Ifaulttti would wf?h
ta l? permanent; tinqueitioiiabie refeience* ft ran and dealrcd.
icUrw for lhrf? lay* M J.C, boa J70, Now York
PoMMW
Wantbb~a tmriwo rr,ooR. for hooubkerp
log, up town, by a (oniiomnn and wife. location re
poeUhte iteferenoa* undrubted. Addr?m Auierloan,
Union ?quara Foal office.
TJLTAirTBXJ-i F17RN1RHRD FIR8T OR HECOND
f f Floor, of four or Ave room*, in n fwl and rexpectabte
location, near Broodway, for a 4ce?amaker and milliner
Artdre? etatlng termq, Mm. R. B., Ha raid oilloe.
TXTANTBD-A MKUK'H HUT. KB UNFURNISHED
V? Houoa, or part of boiiM, with wodorn Improvement*,
in ?^"?<l n*jj|hliorhuod. Addrte* Mating rent end loo#Uon,
WANTED?B* TWO TO UNO MKN, A Ft/RNIftllBD
Room, without board, with ?.<* and bath. Adilrea*,
ttatliW term*, B U , Herald efflre
tlTABTED-BT A PHYRieiAN, TO RKNT A HMAI.L
TT Honneoran Oitkor atid two Koome, wltfc eouvonlenco
tot bouwkeaplnjr, in a rflairole-ble loatUr, abovo Thirtyall
th (treat, on won chte: family komII AAtrra*, tilling
term*, N O , hoi 9f7 root ofllce ,
flTANTEB?FOR fJOHT MANUFAtiTVBTNO JH'M
JJ nenH, Hulldliur JtiM or 00 feet, two utorlea or two
loile, well lighted, In tno euy of rlclnUy, at modenae rent
Addreae OJUB, box 167 lleiaUf ofllw
"llfANTED JNMBDIATEI.r-TWO OB TIIRF.K FURTf
niflifd Room*, for hnu?ekeepintf, fllu^r in New York
or Rrnoklyr, rloee to n terry Apply ni N/> /I Hroi .lv/ty, "
room 14. '
WANTED TO HIRE?OR KXtlUANtlW FOB A 1,'OIJN
try Ko.il ? low jullo* from Hi# > ilyt a neil. two or I
tlir?in?U>ry Himnc. with tho m dern impiuvjji.K,, n, t^ n,.< I
rw l| iboi li.ijd of Cv.ur.,1 I'.uk. Aildi'M lli-i. it ..dftcll
irUn run particular*. IV Mulbrtry nIM
PERSOIVAL.
jTCTINO OHIEP ENGINEER SMITH. OP THE* 1<N7TKT
J\ Hble> steamer Port Jnckton, will llnd nornc of hi*
frieuda ul the St. NicboU* Hotel, who lire uuilou* to m?
him. s
pAPTAIN i W. ADAMS WILL P1ND A LETTKW
\J from his al: tor, Mau'lun*, in the Post office.
C1HA8. B, VAN BERciEN-THE IDA W "OW PAYA .
J ble. May I uot see .vou ut 80 I'ark ufeuuet JOHN.
GROVE.-WE hope you are in town, all op
your old friend* wUl be very tfUd to teu you l)o come to
8. O. immediately. MOTHER
INFORMATION WANTED?OP JAMES SMITH OR, AS '.
,? he terms hlmMlf, Spurting Smith, Hy In* oalllug at
Tliird avenue, uorm-p >.i Twentieth mreet. lie will meet with
something to his advantage.' " __
INFORMATION WWTEO-FROM Kit PATRICK
O'Hrlen. When laKt hoard from he Jived In h'e* York
cltv, in St. Murk * plum, Eighth ? t Any Infonnntioi ?
will bo thankful v re< elved hy ad lrcssing his muter, Mutga ret
Wheelan, W llmn^ton, N. C.
tNPUUMATION WANTED?OP A WOMAN NAMED I
Ellen Sweeney and Margaret Casey, who came fhufi: ?
Queen .town on the City of ? line tick, and 1 mdcd in
York, on July 11, 1865* might hnve made a mistake ami taker .
thH boat to Portland, Maine, Instead of Portland or Mifld)
town, Connecticut. Address Patrick Hwoency. Middle town r
Conn.
INFORMATION REGARDING TJIK BODY (DEAD ORnllve)
of Judge .fame* K. Beebeo, ouMhloj/ sIim-e Tne d 9
will bo thankfully received by personal or postal eounmunlcat.9a
at "'Getty House" p.i?nt store, Yonkers
Joseph and maky ann tomktnso.v, childrk*
of Aaron Tomklnson, or Bruidciii. Staffordshire, are re
quested til communicate w.th British Consul, 17 Broadway
MB8. ?r. M. W., H. STREET, BROOK L Y N ? Y o I! 11 child
Is sick. Where Can a letter roach your An
swer through post to my number. W. C.
MK. WYMKOOP, LITHOGRAPHER, NOW OR I.ATF r
of Philadelphia?I'leuae oomniuniuute with 11. P. Coo
per, 141 Fulton > trcet.
M8M.-with faitii, trust and love, 1 await."
Instructions.
lypiS. ann WILEY, FORMERLY MISS ann IM?
JtL gins.?An old friend desires tti know her precent rrs? .
dence. Please send the address directed H. J., Herald oflice.
Thomas welch?who landed in new ycuk
on Augusts, want* to And hli sister, Alice. When last.;
heard from she lived lu Sixteenth street. Call at Castle
Harden for two days.
WALTON F. MARTIN, FORMERLY A LIEl'TENANT *
in the First brigade of the First division of the Twentieth
Army corps, will hoar of a friend by addressing aim*
to II. H. Lawrence. Any person knowing his whereaboutswill
confer a great favor by informing H. R. L., station A.
liobt and found.
Found-on Saturday, Augusts, a lady s ciiatelalue
Pin, in the ttore of liegeman A Co , 798 Broad
way.
Found?in an office in Nassau street, a sus*
of Mouey. Lowers may address, describing losses am' i
particulars, II. E. f., box IR7 Herald o.llce.
Found adrift?in the narrows, on sunday .
flth Inst., a light Row Rout, with name board, rudder. ,
one pair of oars. Id or 18 feet In length. Inquire of Mr. Fa- "
hys, lti Ma den lane. I
Losr?one united states 7 so bond fob $3,000,
third series, goln? from the Manhattan Savings Bank,
across Broadway to 78 Blendter street, A suitable rev ai d:
offered to the finder at 78 BlMcker street
I08T-A CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS
J against the Uuited States, In favor of John F. Hays, toi.
$211 91. The finder will receive $10 on returning the saius
to Stadler, Brother A Co., No 5 (!ol!ege place.
IOST?ON TUESDAY EVENING, BETWEEN FORTY
J seventh street and Bust river and 12!) li.iat Kli tieth
struct, a Lady's Oold Watch, doublo ca9e. The tinder wilt
receive $?3 hy leaving tic same at the coal ollioes. Kortyseventh
stret, E. R. JOHN PRESTON.
Iost-on tuesday afternoon, at about t->
J o'clock, in the Hoboken bath, a Silver Watch sntl HairChain.
If the finder will r.-turn the above, or at least the
chain, wh'ch is a remeuior.incer, to 205 Bloomlielii sirjet,Hoboken,
he will receive a liberal reward and no question*
asked,
Lost?at quarantine ferry house, or on; ?
the four o'clock boat to New York, a Pockctbook, coiv
taming luonnv. The Under will be suitably reworded by icav .
ing it at 143 Water sueet. w. P. JONiiS.^
Notes lost -three notes, dated peterk
burg. Va., Oct. 27, 1862, for S2,WVi66, ea-h drawn by
J. O. Druke, and payablo to order of Philip Abrahams, four,.
seven and ten years after (lato, with interest from date; en
dorscd pay to order of Lewis P. Abrahams, and by hlra endorsed,
have been lout. Notice ih hereby given that payments
of siiid Notes has been (Lipped. A reward of (26 will bt
pild for their delivery to Jacob L. Seixas, No. 8 Warrenstreet.
rewards.
Fifty dollars reward.?lost, on wednEft
day afternoon, on a West streetcar, near Chamber#-*
street, u Oold Watch, for which the above reward will bt
paid unci no questions asked ou .returning the same to Id
Front street.
OH /\ REWARD.?LOST. ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST?.
.plU 9, a Pockctbook, containing about $C0 in money.
stamps, cards and other sundry memoranda The abovei
reward will be paid to any person returning the same to I*.
J. Phillips, 265 and 2#7 Canal street.
dfcCA REWARD-rOR THE RECOVERY of THE
IJlilU body of Charles Brewster, aged 19 years, drowned
while bathing fr.irn the schooner John Walker, at Jerso
City. The above reward will be paid by Abel Abbott, K
South street
arn reward. ?lost, on steamer arrow,
Augusts, during tlie excitement of the eiploetnn, ?
fold Watch and Chain, Ugured hunting cafe, Tobias, maker
The abo\ c ruwurd will be paid on delivery ol sold watch *
1U9 Water street.
a>r:a reward.-stolen from twenty-secone>- <
IltJU street, between Broadway ptd Fifth avenue,
Horse and Wagon; bUck Ilorne, about 10 hands high, short
tail, heavy mane; has u splint on each fore leg below toe kneoi
had on a linen gnuzo cover from head down; the Wagon waaold,
wlili cloth Dp, painted black, with red stripe. The.
above rewind will be paid on returning the Horse and Wngov
to 94S Broadway, |L. C. POPHAM.
(I; rn REWARD.?LOST. FROM ROOM 140 LAFA Y
ipJU elte House, a Oold Watch and Chain. Patch, Phi*
up k Co., No. 4.320, hunting ease, cylluder repeater. Tbe>
above reward will be give n and no questions asktd.
ACn REWARD.-STOLEN, A LONO TAIL BAV
Horse, IS hand* high, 8 yean old, sound, one hint
ankle white, shod by J. Qraley; black no topWarno, built?
by Dusenbery A VanUuaer, re<l rug, railing Sf at, with rattan
bottom; Harness, silver plated, new and heavy, eiccpt tbs
reins: letter T In German text on winker, black leather net.
D. H. TALLMAN, 33 Oreat Jones strset
?QAA REWARD ?STOT.KM, PROM BARKER A RANJpOUv
ium'i Tontine Stable*, New Ilavwu, Coon , ?.
brown iwltch tail Horse, IS hands 1 or 2 Inches, white hmA
lege and whit* slip In face; also a blue lined done loi> mcht
body Wagon, running part ?triped gilt, black mount*. iu?r
neu. A liberal reward will be paid for the recovery of tfc?
property, or any part, and no question* aaked.
BARKER A RANSOWH
MISCBLLAHBOVR.
" A NT ONE CAN USE THEM."?A BASIN Or WATER
A In all that la required to produce the moat btfUUaut *im? i
fa*litollable Salon on 8llka, Woollens. Cottons, Ribl^ua, ,>c., .
in ten minute*, by the use of JUDHON'H SIMPLE DYfcX
Cerise, Canary, Magenta, Mame. Violet, Koarlet Orau^rv.
Oreen, Blue, Brown, Crlmsou ana Pink Prise 6d, M. anc ?
la. par bottle. These Dyso will also be fousd dssful fo? tan
parting Color to Feathers, Fibre*. Grasses. Seaweed, Ivery, .
Bone, Wood, Willow Shaving*, Paper, and alau for tin tin#!
Photograph* and for Illuminating. May be had of cbemi?U
throughout the United Kingdom, tne Stales and British Colo
nies. Depot 19a Coleman street, London. Liberal allow a not. >
to d sal <t?. *
IpOR GOOD AND CHBAP PATENT AND OTI1KI- '<
1 iuiprovsd Spectacle*, and to insure real good eye sight.
consult Professor E. 8. PRANKS, Optical Ovulist who??
only o<Dee la rsmored to 798 Broadway, up e talis Uihc..m?
of the eys medioally treated. Consultation Kn m< >
diplomas. Bend for a ulrsuiar.
CI B. LOVELESS' PATENT.
J. T1IE HOUSEHOLD PA1RT
PETROLEUM STOVE.
DEPOT NO. HI AND 544 BROADWAY.
The greatest Invention of moilern times. Already In n?e t* . '
thousand* of famillea, and prnaouneed by all
A MODEL OP USEFULNESS, ECONOMY AND LtJX
WRY.
A universal favorite with housekeepers, doing more wot*
at leas expense than any oil or gas stove ever pr*s?ni?.i y
the public. _ ?
Tt will bake, boil, roast, broil, try, stew and wash sod H-wn.
at a noat of fifty cent* per week. A large assortment r'
atovesof all site*, from No. 1 to No, 4, >vtib furniture emu
plete, always on h ind.
nTb.?Mr. C. B. Loveless, tbs Patau tee, will bo In sliorul
anco at his offlf>o In the depot, Mlf find R44 Hr?>n<lwfty, Ok if)
to tlM ?{ov< ?, ana for the miiIo of Teriltnry for llm
right or M? patent H?m? eery eh?t<?e dletrlrt*remnlffWtf nr>
nil, which, If applied for ??nn, will l>? uiaponeil of oi> h?
aonable term*. JTna demand for lhr.?? love* la win: fcmily .11
ereuilng, anil th?>y are bonnd In have* large i.nd ready ?. i?
whereenr they are lutroduMd. Tkeio la n? m? *m>ia??lv
patent right In the I'nlteil
HARTMAN H PATENT INDIA RL'BBRR CRUTi JU-S- for
th? lam# of every nature, *re the only ofutrher rvr?
made on lenllflo pm.elplea; fbey only need to he tru-t i>
be preferred. For aale at ttO Blew kcr atrret, tbvee ?n*> ? ui?
of Broadway, N. T.
MARBLE AND SLATE MANTEI^MANUFACTI'M.r
at our own ijuarheeln Vermont; prlcei nonoh lv* Uin'
i ran be afforded by rlty maker*.
WENT rABTLETON BLATB COMPANY
| >74 O.inal atrept.
MARBI.E MANTEI.fl.?TUB ONLY PI.ACB IN Tl< b
rlty tupurubaae < hvap mnutala of the lataat fte*i|?i? 1 -
at A. CLABER'ft Marble Work*, 109 Eaat Eighd-eiith *fre>
near Thtril avenue. New York. Mantel* put upir. \m ao>ir
try. Utiithlaom.
MARHI.E M AN1 HJ,H ? M AHBI.K MANTRLX OWBHKV
at a great reOnetluo In |>rlee*nt ,-t. KLABKk'H
Manufactory, M Klrat avauua, near Third atreet, New Y?> *
"CEEK AND YE SHALL FIND.'?-KNOWLED?ir. t?
O power.?Circular of eiphnatlon. golvir.it an apv?''"'
lyatery, aent poet free, to any gentleman'* addee*. .
JOHN Bllimg, n NaMaa *trc*t *
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jearti eiprrlence In tho HWr.fc Market,
prrfni btifffmin to <?p*rnt? fof ihc?6 wlio do not Wl?fl to h*
known * ^cuJut-Trp, 01 Imvc t*t lb* **** iPurtlo*
foftfroua of nulling ?homnoJve?i of tW? oWJJ^nlij
will plo*a? o^nd lh#?tr *<Mrfof imi mWrfew "TtV
ntiaractory rcfirciioe given. Ad?lrtii? (* ? ^ iMtel* ?
oHlor.
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ff lfi<) timr Iion or AiMrrM ronl# k Co , 70 BrAMwu)
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