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HOI' 8KB, It AO MB, AC., T<? LIT. STORE TO LET OH ANN 8THKHT. IN THE NEW ST HERALD BULblNt; HI NT *? BUITABLB FOB * BANKINU HOUSE AM I NM KANt'K OFFICE, RAILROAD OPP1CE, A JEWM KV bToBE, A HAT 'frOKB OB AMY BUSINESS BEQUIBINO A PBOMI. M** AAilJ CENTRA I AOCATIO*. APPL Y TO HOBBB morgan, wo. i ttne stueet. > AT Bit FOURTH AT RNCB.-CALL, OB ENOI.OSB A lUup for STANLEY U *Y 'S pruned 1ml of furnished Wd uufumislietl city and couut ry Houses, aiso Business Property . to leu A HANDSOME FOUR STORV HOl'SE, FURNISHED, coulajiiinii ?* rooms, mill lull of good paling boarders, rMh tpneduM possession. Apply to GEO R. X AMI. No. Washington square, turner oi Fourth etree k. A." _,SS t AST MXTEENTH STREET TO LRT, PUB . . n.nlirJ liuuae. lour atones, eiten*ion dining room. Y,, right ymiiy rout tot, for long w shorl Umt. Apply at k iu?e PRIVATB FAMILY HAS THREE OR FOUR ROOMS to bl fi """* ?* ? * ? _ Jin model Metald tlili A YOUBO MAN. OCCUPY1NO A PLEASANT J\ double room in n most delightful neighborhood, would like to let part of n to a gentleman of quiet habits; rent Moderate. A note addressed to Busleed, Post office, will Uitfll with attanttoo. A PRIVATK family hak three or FOUR ROOMS A to let f urui.aed; entire ttuor containing was and water; (rms iihi.Ii rat* to desirable parties. Address boa 286 A J l PRIVATE FAMILY. BREAKING UP HOU8EKEBP; 1. ing, wtsa to rent their apartments and dispose of their imil lure, which la entirely new, to a small, respectable family. Apply between 10 and 4 o'clock at 112 Plr?t aveiiue. A PARLOR PLOOR OP THREB ROOMS. CLOSETS. JPL Ac., water and gas In the home; with a family of four ?dulta only. Rent fdO. 316 Eatl Twem^third atreet. A young couple can have four pleasant Room*, unf imuahed, newly papered. in a genteel neigh borhood. for-iil per mouth, at /*>< bliih avenue. Call ou BUTLKlt M Nanau street. handsomely furnished front room on _ the necnnd floor. Alio three Rooms, suitable for fceosekeepiug. to rent, the house all newly painted and pa pered. Inquire at 467 Siiih avouue. A MAGNIFICENT HOUSE IN FORTY- NINTH J\ atreet, near Fifth avenue, to rent, 14 room*; never oo etipled Permits of BUYaN A CO., W Liberty ulreel. AT MOUNT VERNON. ASTORIA. HUNTINGTON Haibor, BnVPs Ferry, Port Lee? Furnished and unlur miahed Houses to let, also Country Property for sale. ROBERT T. MEEKS, ?1 Cedar street. A THREE STORY HIOU STOOP HOUSE TO LET? 1 37 East Fifty-second street, near Lexington avenue, rem, erltb Furniture, (1 6t?l; or unfurnished and Furniture soid Wary low Apply us above. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL RENT TWO BEDROOMB J\ with I'arlor on tli,i man- llour if domed. Ueieicoeos require*) 70 West Twelfth street. A SMALL, NKAT BRICK HfOH STOOP HOUSE TO let, furnished or uufuriii lied, at Harlem. near riser; ?ll conveniences; cheap. Others in city and touuliy. N. C. BISHOP, #7 Liberty street. A VKRY FINE COUNTRY SEAT TO LET-FULLY j\ furnwhed. Also flue Coilage, furuislied, plenty of fruit, vegetables and shade. Apply M9 Pearl street, 10 to J. A VKRY DESIRABLE FURNISHED HOl'SE TO LET J\. For the ensuing three or four month*, lorated in Jersey City ; rent low to a aullable tenant. Apply at U Maiden kane lop Boor. A COMPLETELY FURNISHED COUNTRY RESI dcnce to le t. In the health leM dixtrlot ol Westchester ?eun ty , genteel and desirable, term' moderate. Apply at Brentano's booKytnre, 70S Broadway. A FIRST CLASS FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET. -8 rooms, newly painted, splendid location, $HK) per ?south. Apply this day at 127 West Twenty. nluth street. APURNIfillKD AND AN UNFURNISHED HOUSB For male or female boarding, Ac.; c?'U??m<riilly located; vent cbesp; Apartments for cenlfemen and #Tves. KLKIN8, 66?% West Twenty fifth streeL A WORD TO THOSE TIBED OF BOARDING.? A neatis Famished ltoom and Bedroom to lat, with con veniences for housekeeping, terms reasonable. Inquire at Wtf West Houston street, near Hudaon. ?> ROADWAY STORE TO BEHT? IN TIIE NEW J HERALD BUILDING. RBWT ?lO.HUO. SUITABLE OR A BANKING HOUSE, AN INbllRANCE OFFICE. A RAILROAD OFFICE, A JEWELRY STORE. A HAT WORE, OR ANY OrilER BUK1NBSS REQUIRING A SROM1NEET AND CENTRAL LOCATION. ALPLY TO OMER MORGAN, NO. 2 Pl.NgSTItEB f. fMJUNTRY SEAT AT NI.WBURQ -ELEGANTLY FUR \j nislied. fine grounds, overlooking Hudson andoeuntry, la let for (100 per mouth, including horses and carriages. W. A. COKB1EUE, 484 Broadway. CIOUNTRY BESIDE MCER TO LET-FURNISHED OR ) unfurnished, at Youkers, Tarrytown and Sing Sing; Also at Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, Msmareneck, Kye and OtLer deairahle localities . from $60 to $4W per month. - & DINHI-tnA CO., No. 9 Pine street COUNTRY PLACES TO LET FOB THE BUBBBB asontha? furnished Cottages and Manslona. KING A CO., No. > Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenss Hotel. BNOLEWOOD.? TO LET, A PLACB ON THE PALI sades; house, barn, three acres; superb view; fur. Sfshed.or uufurnlahed. H. B. TUUNEK. XI Naaaaa street. OR RENT-ON K LARGE ROOM ON FOURTH FLOOR NEW HERALD BUILDING, FRONTING CITY HALL PARK; SUE 1?XM FEET. BEAUTIFUL BUSINESS OFFICE. RENT >W. APPLY TO HOMEB ioBGAN, no. > pine btreetT iOBGAN, WO. ? PINK BTBBl Furnished apartments wanted-by a gen tleman and wlfa. Par', or. Bedroom, newly fum e'ued and eeoking, for a perinaneney ; no boarding house keeper need apply Address, stating rent and full particulars, bos 13V UeraMuflioe. T^OR RENT? ON FOI KTH FLOOK NRff HERALD * BUILDlNll TWO LAKt.E KOOM8, FRONTING OK CITY HA LI. PARK: H1ZK UHJN r*BT. BEAUTIFUL ?4 HINKSS OFFICES. RENT ?MU EACH. APPLY AT T1J18 OFFlCli. J?OR HUNT- BA4EMENT AND TWO PARLORS, WITH J marble maul* la ami rhuudclkir, In h hou'4 with *? American family , rem $41). I7J Bletckrr aireel, near Mac WUflL ?i rnisiiko cottage on state n isi, and, north ?bore road, Are mtou'.ra' walk west f i om Snug Harbor Jjujj. MEIGS V. BENJAMIN, ?7 Leonard, or 74 Ninth atreet. L>UR KENT? ON FOURTH FUMlR NKW HERALD J1 BUILDING. ONE LARUE ROOM. FRONT] NO ON cm llALL PARK; SIZE 1M.XS4. RENT $.'>00. APrLY *0 HOMER MORGAN, NO. 2 PISE STREET. R RENT? A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE, MAGNIFICENT. I; fnrnlabed, three room* deep. tw. nty noma; altuaictl Twenty-third atreet, near Fifth Ar>:ime Hotel. Kent "ftt mouth. Addrcea O. S. !>., Herald ofllc*. F? FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT? VF.RY DESIRABLE, on Remaen street, Brooklyn Ilclghta; to rent from lal ?4-Jely. Addrcaa bo? ?.a4f N. Y. Po-t oflue. riOR REST-ON FOURTH FLOOR NBW HERALD X MUILDINO. TIIRKK. KU!0*NT ROOMS FRONT. SN4? ON BROADWAY. SUITABLE FOR A FIRM OF LAWYKRS OR ANY COMPANY'S! OFFICE WHFRK "SNTY OF SPACE AND LIGHT IS REQUISITE. *LE NNI T (2 SOU. APPLY TO HOMER MORGAN, NO. I E STREET. fiLOCJ. S TO LET.-<E\ERAL FLOORS TO LET ON Sixth arena*, between Twenty acTciitb and lweolv ?inhtb a i reel* . rent from $36 to $?? per month; all la Aral ?tee* order, water cluaeta. ga* and batb rooma. Apply to Mr*. KILLORAN. tJ Weal Twenty- uluth atreet, noitlieaal ?nraer of With aronue. Furnished mansion to rent? at peek skill, on the Hadaon, a double Gothic Uouae. 18 moina: baih, fee, hot and cold water, modern and In (nod order, with large etable and carriage honae for I horaoa, Ice honae, green t?t*e, Mr.. Hambitrr. Isabella aud white grape*; amatt fruHa In abundance; fine ahade; li la fully and handsomely t.;?eiebed; 10 minute*1 walk from depot; flower Mi, ??lb. ia; mi S?? per month for the aeaaon. JAB. R. BU WARDS. J77 Weatvwenty. third atreeet. Burnished cottage" to rknt-at ciiatiiam. n. X J., on Morrla and Eaaei Railroad, SO anle* from city. to WM. H. yiELU, Mo. 4 llaaoaer awoat. V6R RENT? OK THIRD FLOOR NEW HERAt.D X BUILDING, TWO LARUK ROOMS. SIZE 1SX3I AND 1ZXJD WILL BE LFT TOGETHER OR SEPA JtATKLT KENT FOR EACH |&j?. APPLY TO HOMBK MORGAN, go. ? PINE STR8Ef_ "Lxm rbnt-jnos, obntebl, snco, well built X I How In Cm rat* neighborhood, Brooklyn ; an room* tea* baaatoaal. newly * po?a-.ai on . A. S. NEWBERRY . in Broadway, Furnished rooms to let? in brown stone boua* Sit W*at Twenty. eighth Street, between Kl?htti and Ninth aren-iea, without Wd, or with ?ourenlenoe for bou<ek*npli?. VOI RENT-ON FOURTM FLOOR NBW HERALD X BVIIJDING. TWO HANDSOME CONNECTING fioows. FKONTfNO ON_ BROADWAY A N D_CTT Y_ H ALL I ARK. LOCATION EXCEEDINGLY DESIRABLE. IENT fl.MO. AFPLT TO HOMKB MORGAN, NO. I 'INK STREET. FURNISHED PARLOR AND TWO I.AROB BED. room* lo iei, togeiher or aeparatel^Mth (at and bath, ?e paitte* wlO.oat cUUJren. at IIM Bleacker atroat. I ",L' *"? CMRmr AND RBCOND LOPT AT <14 BROADWAY, T < enter Honaton atreet, each ?iw ?IU be at ^red u> (all. rent |Nv as d MUO. good l>?bt aad air. la^uir* at ?44 *? ?>dway. Othar Rooma at lower ratoa. V' KNISliMFHoTiK TO LET? SI TC ATKD OR SKM.Y ?T atreet. WinAeor lerrare, near Proawecl Park; IS leu of rB r< 'tail uader ana cultivation, all planted With berrtee and ? 'III in ali indaace, room for three bora** and ?*w. For ff orthet partiru'.ari apply to or aiareee OBO. HUDSON A V 'MS, r*ir i?? r i It" i ana York etiweta, Kroofclrn Xi^l'RNISHKD I1M(.sB TO LET? FOUR STORY J1 Hn?tlab baeement. hande aiely furnlabed. real all fckea la IwarO by a family of fl?a pertoaa. Appl/ ?tt All Bwl Twenty aocvuJ atreet. HOCSE TO RENT AND KURNITURB FOR SALK Near Waablngton a<i tare, a room*, three etory high ?Rouee. with brick etteaaioa runaiog to top of He nee i order reatof botiie $!.*??. the F urattur* t* aleaaat *a< of *?pea?le* make, but will be aold k>w . ie be aeen I rom j '-L.j"ra'x jAfl r ti,viki"|>r:vM UOUSBKMBPRRS WILL BR SUPPLIED, AND CAK XI FSBby woakty or monthly pat mar .ta. for C.rpeta OH. ??..IbtiJlwAAIns. ??irnit ?.,? . . . ?, uee. riptten P area Ae . mi b5>DaCl1 CO S. oorner of Cana^aaA Mndeea eta, BROADWAY.? THAT ?lie New Yc* Hovel; for furniture piano t uaioea* 4qutrtag If AMI STORE TO LET <>N BR SC1T. TO RRNT. IN THE fu niched at e?o? ef the n.?. ^ i HOUHEI, ROOMS, <tC., T? 1JBT. | OTEAM fOWRR TO 1.BT.-A BUMBEB OF W ??? vnAT&v^f STtfaKF^teKSt'-SU1*'' QTOBE TO LET-?4K UVhBW'g STREET. NRAB O Spring ; rani %XL ln^ulro to barber shop next door. STEAM POWER. -TO L*f, WITH ITBiM FOWBR, varlou^aUM Room\ kleo two UnRooiu, 166 by 30 feet, *u warmed throughout by* Mu ; Ifchtea by gu. with ?team hotstway*; located within two blocks or lie South aud Wall street ferries. Term* ntninble. Apply oo the premises 4.6 Colm^im street, ne?r Atlantic. Brooklyn. Shop room \ r utsr-wmi power, inquibe or New York Steam Engiue Works, foot of East Tweuty thlrd street, Now York. STORE TO LET? AMD MEW FRONT PUT IN FOR A good tenant; alto Dwelling above: tor besmea*. Apply at 66 Thirteenth street, two door* woet 0/ Broadway. SUMMER HOTEL TO LET? ATTICONDEROOA POINT, at the outlet of Lake George. on Lake Champlain, with 20acroe of good land; peeaeaslon April, 1808. Also the very fine Farm adjoining, about 9M0 acres, with the usual farm buildings, to lease to a practical farmer; possession April, 1868. Address Jaanaa E. Pall. lo? Pearl street. New York. STORES. OFFICES, LOPTS-NOW FINI6HIM0, NEAR Broadway. Inquire at Ma 248 Caual street, opposite Earle'a lloteT rl/HT-A STORE, 39 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET; 22xH0 feei, with Leaee; t?o entrances, one on Stone street. Apply to T. VBEHENBUBUH, Wo. 8 Beaver atreet rLBT-TWO LOPT8, 40 BY 75 FEET. WITH OR without s'e.im powur; anllabla for manufacturing purposes biting well lighted and veuOhtted, or wtil be di vided lip to null tenant?; pu??eaaion given Immediately. Ap ply mi the premise* IW and 211 West Thirty-third street. rpo LKT-A LARGE AND HANDSOME PBONT OFFICE. J In one ol the best business locations la the city, No*. 9 and 11 Park place, near Broadway; aooie atorage room may lw ii.id If Minted; reut moderate. Apply ou the premises. TO LET-TWO &PIJSKDID FLOORS (SECOND AMD third), with gsa and water. Rent 9'J6 and 928. inquire on the pro m i ten to Mr. PAUL, <87 Third avenue, near Forty ? seventh street. rpo LF.T-FLOORS OF SIX ROOMS EACH ; WARD 1 tribes, ptnlrie* and gas; new brown atone bouses; good nlglibui hood; rent reasonable. Between Pifty-tlrst and Fifty.second slrert*, Seventh avenue. Inquire on the prem ise*. r LET? WITH STEAM POWER, BASEMENT AND I. oft 50x00 feet, at 510 West Thirty fourth street. Ap ply on tbe preiu.se*. r LET? AT PLEASANTV1LLB. ONE MILE FROM depot, Harlem Railroad, a beautiful BosMenee, with gunlen, burn, orchard, Ac. Also 6 Rooma In a bonaa nearly opposite, Inquire of JAMES PIERCE, at Pleaaaniville, or J. t;. FERGUSON, 226 East Thirty-tilth atrect, N. Y. TO LET-FOR MAN AND WIFE OR A WIDOW LADY, the second 1'ioor of a atrictly private houae occupied by the owner. Inquire at 114 East Fiftieth street. TO LET. -POSSESSION IMMEDIATELY. HOUSE 128 Greene, near Houston street. Apply to WILLIAM ?MATIiElVU, .X < 'atharlne street. fO LET? THE THREE STORY HIGH BIOOP BROWN 1 atone House, sue 24x51. lot 1'0 feet, hi perfect order, 9S Hast Nineteenth street, to n private family only. Inquire on the preini?es. TO LET-IN HOUSE 1,N0 BROADWAY. NEAR FOR. tle'.b street, the Store, back Room, Bedroom. Kitchen and two Itooin* off ditto, wtlh gas and water, in perfect or der. Kent 860 per month. Inquire on tbe premise a. TO LET? HANDSOME FRAME COTTAGES ON 105TH ? a*reel, near Third avenue two atoiy and basement, nine rooms, in good order; $5AV; and two aiorvaud base mem brick Houses, ten roojaa, new, all improvement*, on H7tU atreet, between Third and Fourth avenue-; $SU0. A. P. SMITH A BROTHER, I.HtH Broadway. rl.ET-A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, suitable for one or two gentlemen : bath and gaa. Ap ply at 42 Suth sued, near Second arenne. fPO LET-TWO THREE STORY AND BASEMENT A brick lIouMia on Eaat Forty-fifth street; gtytnd water; newly painted and in good order; with gardCTi, grapery, f rtt It, 1?-. Apply to D. H- UBAY. 189 Maiden lane. TO LET-ON CARLTON AYENtTE, NEAR LAFAYETTE avenue, a tint class brick Houae, desirable iu every re aped; immediate puaseaaion; rent SI ,900 per annum. Ap ply to J. DAVENPORT, Fulton avenue, corner of Oxlord street, Brooklyn. rpo LET? LONO BRANCH, N. J.. A LARGE STABLE 1 and Shed* for 25- horaea, near all hotel*: rent low. E. CHEYALLIER, Real Estate, 81 Cedar atreet. rpo LET? A SPLENDID OYSTER BAB AMD LUNCH X Counter. Inquire at M Weat atreet. THUS- FITEPATRICE. r? LET? A TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE; A VERY dsetrable place for a family, at 491 Seventh avenue, be tween Fortieth and Porty-llrat afreets. For particulars apply at 148 West Tblrty- fifth street, between Broadway and Sev enth a-'enue. rpo LET? PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE, FBOMT AMD BACK 1 Parlors f| Weal Thirty-third street, between Broadw .y and Fifth avenue. rLET-A BEAUTIFUL KNOLISH BASEMENT Houae on Tblrtv-fourth atreet, In vlololty of Fifth ave nue, unl urniahed; la oomplete order. Address R., boa 1,789 Pnat oBlce. rLET-BKNT f90 PER MONTH, WITH LEASE. THE cosy little f urn la bed Htmaa 204 Meat Thirteenth atrect, one door eaat ol Third avenue. Apply en premie ea, 'pO LET-A FINE STOKE. IM GRAND STREET, SUIT. X able for a tailor or mlttlnerv autre, or any light buMneta. Very light and showy; near Clinton atreet. Apply to W. T. 1'lNKNr.Y. 79 Cedar atreet. rpo LET? FURNISHED. OM THE SOUND, ONE HOUR X from town, two French Cottage*; situation perfectly healtbv. unequalled for bathing and sailing. Apply to CHARLES TfLLOTSON, 48 Etchaoge place. TO LET.? A BBAUWFITL NEW COTTAGE, AT MADI son, N. J., furnished or uofurulahed; situated on pri vate grounda; stable If desired ; terms moderate; references required. Addreaa Madlaon, box 230 Herald office. rpo LET? THE 8TOBE AND UPPER FLOORS OF NO. X 93t Broadway, near Twenty-first atreet, together or sep arately. Apply to W. S<X>TT JARVI8, Ml Canal atreet. r LET? THE LARGE FOUR STORY DWELLING House II Wooeter atreet, near Canal,- for a boarding houae or bualneas parpoaea. Apply to W. SC'Jl r J AUViS, 121 t'ansl atreet. rLET-A COUNTRY RESIDENCE, FURNISHED, In Westchester oouuty, ooc hour ?rom New York; family to be boarded In part payment of rent. Addreaa Weatche-ter, bo* 4.749 New York I'oat oillce. TO LET? FURNISHED HOUSE, WITH FIVE ACRES of land; burses, carriage; cow, hens, Ac.; on Castleton lull, S. I ; for -n turner or year. Apply to C. VAN CLEEF, 18 Wall atroet, third story. TO LKT? A FINE BAB AND BILLIARD ROOM, TO K-ether or separate, and two Billiard Tables i'or aaie; or wouid Kell the Kernlture and L.eaae of a small hotel; good lecatiou. Addreaa for three daya, U., Herald otUe*. rpo LET? A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK X House, in Iblrty alxth atreet, between Fifth and hlxth avenues. Possession immediately. Rent low. Apply at the Acierioan Art Uallery, ?SJ? Broadway. rpo LET? A THREE 8TOBY BRICK HOUSB IN THE X vicinity of Madison Park aud New Haven Railroad de pot; la in excellent repair and auitable either for dwelling or rextauraut: a lease would be given, with mode rata rent, lor a term of years. Apply at >18 or SIS Fulton street, eor ner ol Plerrepant, Bmoktya. fpO LET-COUNTRY EEStDBRCE. MILES FROM X Portcheswr: eight acraa of Land; house, barn, carriag e hutae. well shaded; rent 8-WO a year. Particular ef ?. DINOBK A CO., No. 9 Pine street. T?J LET? FIRST CLASS THREE STORY HIGH STOOr brown stone House. 25x56, perlect order. Nineteenth sireet, near Irving place: private family. Alee larga 8iat eiaee furnished Mesae, Fourteenth atreet. W. P. aEYMoUR, 171 Breedway. r LET-IN HOBOKEN, TO A GENTLEMAN AND lady, n furnished or unrarntsbed Room and Bedroom, withTuc of kitchen, on moderate werma; gaa and bath. 88 Fifth atreet, lloboken. rpo LET-IN WEST THlBTY-roUBTH STREET, FUB X nisbed or nut urnlsbed, five Rooma, en eecoad Soor, and one on third Ooor. W 111 aeil Furniture If deairvd. S. DINGER A CO., Me. 9 Pine etreet TO LET-FULLY FURNISHED IN EVERY PARTI enlar, tbe St. George' a Hotel, earner of Broadway, Hlttb avenue ntid Ihlrty- third etreet, containing thirty roouis. t>ar. rastanrant, Millard table, Ae. Apply to E, V. LaWRE.nci.. l.HW Broadway. rLF.T? SUBURBAN BBSIDENCE, 14 BOOMS, STA. ble anil oai-rtage houae, all Wrick, fancy atyle; railroad anil steau.i> .at communication tliteen times per day; rent ?4UI. tuw Aim J. PuWEKS, 81 Cedar street, room 13. ra^w asai ? a ntHUMWI HOUSE, 14 ROOM*. X beautiful ground* ; hot and eoid water, bath, nuu nace, gaa aud gas a?t>ires, trrea, ah rube, apples, ?luma, grenee. cherries currant*. bcrrieeT?e., la gre T?tLBT-A HASDSOMB HOUSB. 14 BOOMS. AND range, far. ilea, pears, . ., , - .-rriea, Ae-, in greet pie 1u*H>n_and all In i e, t order, rhla desirable pteperty ie a ear tM Court Hou*?. m Hudson City, N. J., due Vest sad ?od in eight of Tvtnitv rburcb . : eactad by Citrtlaadl street ferry . horse Mrs pass the dewi every 15 minutes; usseselen June IB lernt* |1.Wi G. P. HuWBLL, ?eerCenrt Rente, Hudson City, N. J. fPO LET? A COTTAOB OF ELhVKN ROOMS, FULLY t ?hiheSoand, bare, b-wt, bath houae, fruit and ehade tree*. Inquire at Mi OreeiM etreet. TO LBT-FURMSHRD. THRKK Rooma, SUITABLE for honiekeeping; rent moderate. Apuir at an Bast Thirty.fir*t etreet, comer of Third avenue "O LBT-A THREE STOBY HOUSE No 181 FOUETH aveuue. rbqnise at 113 Eaat Fourteenth atreet rpo LET IMMEDIATELY? THI ED FLOOR AND PART X of Fourth of 184 Wee* Tweeiy-afth etreet. with modern tmproveiueate, to one or two aaaall famiiea. Returned T? * I LET, FDftMISBBD? A PLEASANT AND IiKhikv. ?? b e Beeldeaoa. oue mile east of the Hudson River Ran. I road Station at Haaiines, in complete order, together with eoark ho'ise. otrthnBding* and three or more aeim er?r-?ni?.l, alec a Furnished Cottage near the abova Apply to 1. H Pli. so LET, Ma. 187 Gr?eowMh atreet, ever North Elver Bank. rpo LET OR FOR SALR-AT MONTCLAtR. NEW X Jersey, haadeoai*, eommodtoua Dwelling and two to ?X a<rea of ground. Apply te A. J OUBNBAY, No. 1 Pine etieot. r| LET OB FOE RALE? FCRMISHRD OR UNPt'R. ? etehed, a four etory high ateep bewwn atone House In perfeti order. In^alre at 919 Wen Twenty eeeood sweet. LET OR LRASEp-TMB LAEGE STORE m AVE.I ? e ?e A. wrner Mln?toeath etreet, a ???! stand for a gMeery etore . In^hlM la ataveMMjtaMWta^^H^^^ HOUSES, BOOM^Wj.fO IJtT.^ TO RRNT--A LARGE NUMBSR OP COUNTRY HEATS, within ona hour of the utj, Barer*! froaung OB IM *?""? " ^ r*""'d r?L?D, 1 Broadway. rHEKT-OW WB8T BIOBTBBNTH BTRBK*. A three ?iorjr )ii|k bath, iw, hot ?'j4 trt viier.miwdoMU sub o?l?*r; ?,!?7cffd*%22; cloth* and Shades of the what* HMN #111 be s? .4 tor UN; . rrMt bargain; neighborhood ml OB one ?*dc, not quite m> cuuil oil tlM other. J AH. B? lOWiUDA, 277 WSS4 Twenty-third street. fTO RENT? A FURNISHED HOUSE SITUATBD IN X Nor walk In a good locality; will be rented cheap for the irwon ; plenty of stable room, ample areund-. nhkJe trees, frutt, Ac. Call on or addreaa If AS HA IVES, Nor walk. Conn. r RENT? A rrNB FURKISHBD MANSION, ON THB hfaore of CM (ton; charmingly rtntl< with bath house; lodge and outhouses coiuailote, and aurrounJe 1 by eight acre* of park-like land. Apply to R. W. CAMERON, No. M South William itr?et. UPHOLSTERY AND OABINBT FURNITI'HE STORB and large and well lighted Workshop to let Apply at M Thirteenth itrect, two floors wool of Broadway. OA ANN STREET.? TO BBNT, THB SECOND AND OU THIRD FLOOR* APPLY AT TUB NEW YORK HERALD OFFICB. QQTH STRBBT, NEAR PIFTH AVFNl'E. -FIRST 0>/ clsss four sv>ry high stoop brown atone Houses, black walnul finish (a bargain), with or without the new furni ture. W. F. SEYMOUR, 171 Broadway. 1 OH PRINCE STREET? TO LET OR FOR SALE, I furntahad ; rent $2,<40. Price of leave and furni ture $2. WW; leaae four years to ran, at 9100 per year. Apply to R. H OIBBONB A CO., 446 ttroome afreet 071 BLEECKBR STREET. - FURNISHED FRONT Oil Room and two Bedrooms to let on the second Boor to a gentleman and his wife, with everything suitable for housekeeping. CCA SIXTH AVENUE, BETWBBN T1ITKTY-SKV enth and Thirty-eighth streets.? A few large aad small neatly furnished Rooms to let Terms modeiate. EUROPEAN gTEAWBIPS. THb"haMBUK'T AMERICAN PACKXT COMPANY'S Mron mail steamship AIXBWANN1A, B. Meier, commander, carnring the United States mall, will aall on SATURDAY, June 15, at 12 11., for Hamburg, taking passengers for Hamburg, Havre, Southampton and London. First caWD, $126; second cabin, $78; steerage. $37 60? payable In gold or its equivalent, TheCIMBRIA will sail June 21 KUNHARDT A CO., C. B. RICHARD A BOAP, General A cents, General Passenger Agent*. 46 Exchange place, N. Y. No. 6 Barclay street, N. Y. RTATIONAL STEAM NAVIOATION COMl'ANY lN Sieamer* weekly to Liverpool and Qucenstowu, sailing from pier No. 47 North river, every Saturday HELVETIA, Capt Thompson Saturdiv, June IS LOU1SI ANA, Capt. Webber Saturday. June 2$ THE QUEEN. Capt. Urogsn Saturday, June 2$ DENMARK. Copt Thomson Saturday, Julyd Cabin passage. pavable in (old, $90 and $76. Steerage p i usage $26 enrroney. Steerage ticket* from Liverpool or Qneenstown. $33, cur rency. . _ For further particular* apply at the oBcea of the Com pany, Noa. 67 and 37 U roadway, or No. 73 Hioad??y. v r. W. J. HURST, Manager. Direct sibamship line arrwKtN ANTWERP AND NEW YOBK. The undersigned will despatch the flrst eiaas English iron iUaidcii OTTAWA. Captain Archer. MEDWAY, Captain Harris. WO* kkw tOrk:? rios abtwsrp:? June 1, May $H, June 22, June m, July 20. , July 17. TakfM passengers at the following rate* from Antwerp:? First caWn..... $<# Steerage 40 ntOM kkw tom. Plrst cabin (according to location of stateroom)... .$75 to $90 Steerage 32 60 VXCWKKION TICKBTS AT First eaMn $170 | Steersge $<750 payable lu gold or it* equivalent Freight is taken at the lowest rates for Antwerp, Rotter dam and Amsterdam. Apply to HILLER ? CO., New York. Tor freight and cabin passage, Fbr rtccraRs, No. 67 Broadway. Mo. 3 Chsmbcrs street. STEAM WEEKLY TO AND PROM LIVERPOOL AND Qoeenstown by the Cunard Line. MALTA Kails Wednesday, June 19. 11KCLA sails Wednesday, June 98. Cabin passage, $1U0. gold; steerage. $2$. currency. Steerage passage to New York and drafts on Bngland ai J re laud aft loveil'nUAi. * For cabin passage apply at No. 4 Bowling Oreen. For steerage passage apply at W Broadway. B. CUNARD. rrUPSCOTT'8 GENERAL emigration 1 and Koreifn Exchange Offices, M Booth street and 23 Broadway, New York Fare irduoed by steamer to Liverpool and Queen*town to $3fii Steamer* every Wedneedey and Saturday. t Certificate* granted to bring parties from Ijvcrpool or Queenstown at reduced rates by steamers twice a week. Also by nailing packats, froin Liverpool and Loudon, by weekly line or packet*. . Drafts, payable In any port of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, at thr lowest rates. rorfl'l.prtW-^OTT BHOS. * COj, 80 South street or 33 Broadway, N. T. rVNLY AM ERICAM LINK TO HMO LAND AMD U FRANCE. The New York and Havre Steamship Company's Ihrst class steamship* ARAIIO and FULTON. In connection with tbe New York Mall Steamship Company's steamers MISSIS SIPPI and Gl'IOING STAR, to Havre, carrying tlic Uu'ted States malls, from pier M North river, at nooii oo the follow Jng days, calling at Patmoiilb:? MISSISSIPPI.... U. V. Sn in oer...... Saturday. June S3. 1M7 FULTON....... ..C. II. Townseod.... Saturday, July C, IW GUIDING STAR..K. Tan Sioe Suturdsjr, July HU, IW ARAGO II. A. Gadsden Satuidav, au;. 8. 1807 MISSISSIPPI G. V. Sumner Saturday, Au*. 17, 1867 ?and every 14 days thereafter. Bates of passage, payable In gold. First class $110 second c!a*s 70 Through tickets to London $5 extra. An experienced Surgeon ou bo*rd. The Compan!e* will uot be responsible for specie or value able* unless bills of lading, hnvlug the yaluc expressed, are signed therefor. (i. B. HARTSO.1, for N. Y. 8. a Co. JOB. J. COMSTOCK, for N. Y. and H. 8. 8. Co. For further information apply 10 J. J. COM STOCK. Agent. No. 7 Broadway, N. Y. J. A. WOTTRN, Havre, General Agent In Europe. Return tickets to paris and back. FIRST CLASH, $30 GOLD. Steam to Liverpool, calling at Quoc.mUiwn. The Tnmrvn Line, sailing semi-weekly, carrvlmt the United State* mails. CITY OF PARIS .Saturday June 15 CITY OF WASHINGTON Wednesday. luni 1# (MTV OF ANTWKRP Saturday June iH CITY OF BOSTON Satnrd.iy lune 29 NKW YORK Wednesday July 3 and each succeeding Saturday and Wed lien day, at aoon, from pier 46, North river. RATES OF PASSAGE. By the mall steamer sailing every Saturday. Payatne In (old. Payable In currency. FIRST CABIN fllO 1 STLEKAOE $30 To London IIS I lo London 86 To Parts. 124 | To Paris 45 r??sa?e by the Wednesday steamer*? First Cabin, $110; Steerafe, $3). Payable tn Untied States currency. Passenger* also forwarded to Marre, Hamburg, Bruno* Ac., at moderate rates. Steerage passave from Liverpool or Queenstown, 840 cor. reooy. Tickets ean be bought here by persons sending (or their friends. For farther information apply at the Company's Offices. JOHN G. DALE. Agent, 18 Bro-idway, N. Y. |SLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. TllK GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMSHIPS BKTWLKN MEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT BRKST. The splendid new vessel* on this favorite route for the Continent, will sail from pier 00 North river, as follows:? ST. LAURENT, Booande SatnrdAV, Juno 1* PBRBIKR. Duchesne Saturday, .Inae *? TILLS D* PARIS, Surmoot Saturday. Jnly U EUROPE, Lemarle Saturday, July* PKiC* Or PASSAGE (Inclodlng wise), payable in gold, or equivalent I* enr to bres7'ob Havre, Pint Cabin $1? I Second Cabin $100 TO PARIS, Ondudlng railway ticket*, rami shed on board,) FtostCaMa $t?S (Second Cabin $103 _ . . tbrongh to Pads. Medical attendance free of t barge Tbeoo steamers do net carry steerage passengers. EXTRA 8TBAMKR8 TO HAVRE DIRKCT. YERA ORUI II ill lard .... Saturday, July ?. TAMPICO Roussan Saturday. Aug. >. Oaotn passage $100, gold. steerage $90 eurreucy (inclu ding wine). American trsrelier* fOtag to or returning from the con. tlnent of Kuropo. by taking the steamer* of this line avoid unnecessary risks from tmn?lt bv P.ngtlih railways and crooning the Chan not, besides saving much time, trouble OBO. MACKENIIE. Agejit, 00 Broadway. STEAM SB SAINT LAURENT. FOB BBR8T AND Havre, will leave pier No. 10 North river, foot of Morton ?treet, Satordejr, 10th Inst., at ? o'clock, 1'asaangerf are re quosted to be on beard at i o'clock. _ PRO M^CKENTIB. Agent. BrOETH GKRMAM LLOYD-EXTR t TRIP. Tbo North German Lisa's steamnhlp AMEBIC A, Cart aw; ?*- "tra lW ** mRku^ SATURDAY, 'UNB BAT1I M., ^jiaRa??^n^finwKs?ss, NBW YORK AND BBEME5 STEAMSHIP COMPAST Cheapest line of first class United S tots* mail steamers FOB ftOUTBAllPTOR, HAVRK AND BREMBN. BALTIC, Cut. A, O. .Tones, will '?ovo ptse 40 North river on Satneday, June II Raise of jpeessgo. In gold or Its equivalent in ettrrsosy First cobln. $110; Sooond. Mft: Steerage, $00. Excursion Uriel*. $314. $1* and $7A . .For fwlglrt. sspr*ssogs. Wis of esehnnfoor MMngi n^ P* f to I8AA0 TAYLOR, Frssiisst, dUBrsadera y. QTEAM TO tJOMENOTOWN AND I. ITER POOL, k) From New York only $33 ateeraca. MINNESOTA flotordoy, J WO U CHICAGO Saturday, Jne 00 From ntrr S7 Bait rrrer. Cabin pnasnfS i*0and $71 Retarn tickets $100. goML l'?*sags to New York and rvoiitUaoee to Inland at low rates. Apply to WNbMAJM * Oil OH. so Brsodway and U South street. The nobth obrmam lloyds. -i??msbip BBBMBM, B. A. F. Neynsber. master, oar. rvirc the United ??a?ymsJt will sail I rem the Bremoa pier, wedM, Juno *, trln Sonthampten, Linden, Bs'i 1 1 . Ifcwttimimpion and Bremen, at the following mtns, pafnMe in gold or No eunlvalaat ?B t?*m, |l3i, 0eeosd Oabtn, $T0i To be felWai ^Mytonitii WBSBB, O. WeisM, 1ub$ t CO.. P Bray street ??Mr. rharedap, jMseOI ? Ml VVSiHIHIPB. i Hw for London, calling I *L at II M. tU further mUm all th? MtiMra Of this linf will paB rest to land paaaengers. TlokeU sold through by rail ta FBria at M par oent leas than regular NUa. Freight will be taken and through MJU of lading jdvec to Havre, Antwerp Rotterdam Amsterdam and Dunkirk ?for war oPI'lf to ROBKRT N. CLAUK, *} Broadway. ? For (Night apply a M tfouth street. UOWLAND A A8PINWALL, Agents. $1 56 ??LD T0 rAB18 A"? BACK __ MDdCTTOir or PABSAOB BATES. to AMD FBOM LIVERPOOL, GLASGOW AND EXCURSION nC^A^Y$!70 CCBBENCT. THE AHM^Vffl^KTv^UKDAY LITERPOOL and GLASGOW, calling at LONDONDERRY united waW^&r^r^. i^u COLUMBIA. Gnrnagfcan June 22 CALEDONIA, McDonald Juna it Prom oomuanrU pier. No. ?0 Nortli river. RATES OP PASAAOB. PAYABLE IN CURRENCY Cabins, $110 and $80, according to location. Steerage, r repaid Certificates from Liverpool. Glasgow and Derry, ^Passengers booked to and from Hamburg, Havre, Ant werp, Aa this company doea sot employ ruaaera passengers will please coma direct to the odioe. For farther information apply at the eoranany's office*. H FRANCIS >n apply at the eompany'a office*. MaCDONALD A CO., Agents, No. ? Bowling tlreen, New York. tfOR LI VBBPOOL, CALLING AT Q (J BEN STOW*, r CUNARD Sa-EAMSTIIP CUBA, from Boston via Halifax, Jane It PE U8IA. from Now York, June 38. CHINA, from Hoston via Halifax, July I. raaHAGa isoarr rnoa naw tosk. Cabin. $190 1 Second Cabin... To Paris, cabin | ?n raasAunapanr mom Borrow. Cabin. $126 1 Second Cabin $80 Payable tn gold or tta equivalent. for freight or peasaufe atmly to T5. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling Green. A MBB1CAN CIT1KENR GOING TO EUROPE, SlIOtTLD A obtain their Passports from JOHN LANKTRRK, United State* Passport Age at, 16 (Centra street, Now York, near the City Hall. coastwise: bteahshiw. PACIFIC MAIL 8TEAMSHIF COMPANY'S " THROtTOH LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND CTIIMA, CARRYING CNITKD 81ATES MAIL, VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Steamer* leave pier tit North river, foot of Canal street, at ISo'cloak, noon, a* follow*:? JbheI ? nCEAN Ol'EEN, Captain II. P. Connor, con necting with Montana. Cspan J. Mutton. J una 11.? RISING STAR, Captain A. O. Gray, connecting wl.h SACRAMbNTO, CapUin Oaverly. Jons 21.? ARIZONA, cspu'n Jen. Maury, oonnocting with CONSTITUTION, Captain 100 pound* baggage allowed free to each adult paaoenger. Mcdicincs and attendance free. All departure* touch at Acapulco; those of t*t and Il*t connect at Panama with steamers for South Paclflo porta; lat and 11th for Central American porta, aad those of let touch Mancan&Uo. Departure o? 11th of each month connect* with the new Steam line from Panama to Australia and New Zealand. Steamer of Jane 11 will connect at Sao Francisco for Japan and China. See advertisement below. Por passage tickets aud all further information avoir at the office on the wharf foot of Canal street, Norifl river, New York. F. B. BABY, AeenU POR SANTIAGO DB CUBA, Y1A N PETIT AS, The first class fast sailing sleamee FA 11 RLE, John Stirling, Commander, os frying the United Status mail, will leave pier W Eaat river, on WEDNESDAY, June 19, 1807, at 3 o'clock P. M., prectsely, for the above port. All latter* must paaa through the Port office. For freight or passage, having superior stateroom aooom inodaUons. applj to WAYDELL A CO., Itl South *treet, corner of Dover. POR ST. THOMAS AND BRAZIL r The elegant o*rew steamship HATANA. BUM tons burden, Captain G. B. Slocum.will sail for Wodo Janeiro and intermediate ports, on Saturday, June 2S,ltM7, at 3J?. M., from piar 43 North river. For freighter pa^sgg^ . aLLEN, Aa*nt* Bo. 6 Bowling Green, New York. POR HATANA YIA NASSAU, M. P. The British and Berth Ameriro Royal Mall Rteam Packet Company's new stoumer CORSICA. Captain Le V esrurier. will sell for the above porU from the Company's Wharf, at Jersey City, on Saturday, 16th June; Saturday, 13th July, at noon. Passage money to Nassau.... t*6 " to Havana ? Payable In gold or tta equivalent. For freight or passage apply to^ CUNARD Ko. j Bowling Green. TTNITBD 8TATBB MAIL TO HATANA. U ATLANTIC MAIL RTRAMHHIP CO. Every THURSDAY, at 3 P. M? from pier No. dYertb river. Tho eleuant aidewheel ?team*h'p* MoTlRO CASTLE, Adams. Thursday, June 301 KCoTT, flreeae, Thursdav, June T>. COLUMBIA, Barton, Thursday, July I. Psr freight or Rrso? . President, No. 6 Boa ling Orreo, N. T. Texas line. FOR OALTESTON, TEXAfl, Sicamrhtp C. W. LORD. Capta.n Ward, la in* receiving freight at pier 10 Ban liver. For freight or paatafe, having ?uperlor accommodation*, ujiplj to C. U. MaCLoRY A OO, 153 Maiden Use, New York. KFGl'LAR LINK FOR GALVESTON, TEXAS, DIRECT. The line, fait aod favorite eteaiaihlp TYBBR. D. Cnalttn*; commander, will leave ^ lar No. t North rfyer. on Saturday, June lit, at 3 o'clock I*. M . , precl*ely, for Galveston direct. for freight or na*aagr, hiring eletant accommodation*, a I 'III v to ?MPOFFORD, fILESWM A CO., 3V Broadway. Keccivlng fielgbi now. L"10M OALVE8TON, TBXAK. r 1 he ftrat clan ?learner WILMINGTON la now loading at pier M Ea*Lriver. Will anil on Sain rday, June IE Freight taken at the loereet rate*. For freight or passage apply to WILIIaMTA OCTON, No 71 Wall street. N. B.? Bllla of lading Mgned at the ateamer. I4IOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. r The new and flr-t claaa dearnahlp GROROR WASH. ilmrUN, Cart. H. V. < lager, will leave pier Mo. 9 N. B., on SATURDAY, Jane IS, at S o'eleek P. M. For freight or paaaage, kaving uuttirpaieed accommoda tion*. apply to _ II. B. CROMWRLL A CO., Ml Weit (treet. The GEO. CROMWELL will follow June 3L STAR LINE FOR NEW ORLEANS.? THE NKW YORK Mall Steamship Comnmi'i flue ocean Meantera wiU leave pier 41 North river at S r. M , a* follow*:? JUkiros A, on SATURDAY, June 22. All hill* of lading a'gned at the nOce upon the pier. For freight or pa????e apply to GEO. B. IIaRTSON, Preside lit. No. ? Howling CRM. Savannah stealers. CHANGE OF 8AILINO DATK8. Dnrlng the oontint.anoe of the p eeent dull aenaon the de parture of Savannah uteaaner* will be reduced from every other day to every fourth day, ae follow*:? Saturday, June 1E8AN JACINTO, Atktn*, from pier 18 North river, at ? o'doet F. M. GARRISON A ALLEN. AmU, No. ft Bowling green. Thursday Jane K II. LIVINGSTON, Baker, from Pier :v> North river at B o'eleek F. M. LJ VI NUJ+TON FOX A CO., Ageota, MB Liberty atreet. Tue?dar, June 29. LEO. Dearborn, from pier 16, East river, at 3 o'elook F. M. _ MURRAY, FERRIS A 00., Amenta, S Boulk Ureet. N. B? Departure* will be in regular auoceastonaa above until further notice. . KF.tin.AR LINE FOR Cll ARLESTON, 8. C. THE Florida po.ta and?t be South *nd South weet ?The faat and popular ster.mshtp BABAOOSSA, M. B. Crowell, com. mar.der. i* now receiving freight and will tall on saiui day, June IS at X F. M.. from Pier H Baal alt er, eonneeliog at Charleston with the south Carolina Railroad, and with ibo aieamet DICTATOR, for Florida. ARTHUR LEAKY, a William street. >R CHARLESTON, 8. C.-CHANOB OF PIER.-THM People'* Line Steamship Company The regular aad popular 1 teamahlp MONBKA, CapUin Marshmsn. will aalt on WEDNESDAY, June Ifc at I P. M , from pier No. 4, North river, landing freight on Saturday morning al Chart ea. ton. Through ticket* and bllla of lading luued to all poikie South in eoaneetion with the South Carolina Railroad. LIVINGSTON. FOX A CO., Agent*, 8H Liberty street. ]yEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP COM 8. Woodholl, Commander. (wood. Cumiuauder. F?? WM ...Ml CI'AMFION, B-. O^JJ? f^Ttha gnu* and Bot.th weal will bo forwarded by the Char teat oa ageitta free of commission. Knivrtor loeommodallon* for passengers. " lo^toi rwdiohedauil jirned on the pier. ger and freight oSler v* Broadway. MBNRT R. MORGAN A CO., A?n\a. Express btbaiuhip linf.-for washimuton, CfTT. B. TotnNn, Commander, The above *teem*r**ll? on SATURDAY, June U, at ? ?. M.. from plor 0 Eaat river. For freight or paeeage applv le JAMES HAND, )M Wall *troet. noBTLAND AND NEW YORK JF STEAMSHIP COMPANY. STKAMBMIPB Those MoMMnlpe connect at Portland with the Orand Ok ItAfU far Moatreal. Quebec and other paint* n ada aad the West. The Saturday steamship eOMBett 1 -""Tsri rwsSaa^SS r aod 81 John, ft. Through tieteta for Hall. CAELOTTA, leaving Port lead Saturday*, 'ortland, InclndlaE berth la rtalirii. Mi raeeanger accommodalloee are flrot claaa. solved dally. atae giv*n and Mile of lading *^n*d|l e*ee oa ?BILMAMW, AC. A DMMp. BlU/iAltp ^ix^PBrgpB wnx the Booot Mmoo,^^h A jtmrn mf trvenfg. at the p?i>? lB<jMo, aad Baeea *troeta, ibo faile*rln^^^^pjlayora 1 lex)* dALB OB TO MTT^|ILUABD TA W-E. COM EnAws BSswrSSS AMfTMEHnBirrS. ?l5Si?ls?'S!S555S W KHTEKN, ?* tLC "ok LUC1L&I WE8TEBX . LBAH, THE FORSAEEN. LEAH, TUB forsaken. LEAH, TUB KORSAKKN. SATURDAY, ONLY LEAH MATINBE. Saturday evening LB All. la *t time. g ROADWAY THBAXBB.? THIS EVENING, BENEFIT OF LUCILLE WEBTERI*, BENEFIT OF LUCILLE WESTERN. BENEFIT OF LUCILLE WESTERN. LEAH, LEAH, LEAR. THE FORSAKEN. LEAH, THE FOBSAKENJ LEAH, THB FORSAKEN. ATE* FRANCAIS? FOURTEENTH STREET AND Sixth HMM. ?JMW FBIDAY^UNB R^rtS^CI^CK, ue fl t or Mr. CHOL. La Fill* do I'AMlre. Co M*y, In two uU. bjr M. Bayard and Dlftlt Enrllsh Spoken Here. Vaudeville, In one act, bv L. ThlbourL Ticket uflioe 7*1 Broadway, oar* of Bchlrmw. FRENCH TIIBAT8B, FOURTEENTH STREET AND J 7 bUth avenue. * MR. WM. F. LEGOKTT, JR. Tick* office* at the French thnatre and No* lit and 114 Broadway, where iwii can bo eeoured for the r IBST APPEARANCE IN NEW TORE OF MB. WM. F. LBGUBTT JR., ON MONDAY EVENING, JUNK 17. RIOHABD III. Richard, Dak* at OkwMr. Mr. fen. F. Leggett, Jr. TUESDAY? Second appearance Ip New York of ? MR. WM. F. LEOGBTEjR.. ROMKO AND JULIET. IMMMMBTIIE MERCHANT OF VENICE. F. LEGGETT AH SUYLOCK. WEDNKSDAY-I MR. WM. FRENCH THEATRE.? THE ORAND ARAB COMPANY. THE CHAM HON ATHLETES OF THE WORLD, compoeed of the FTllB Dl^H CHILDREN OF THE DESERT OF BAHABA, of the BENI-XOUO-XOUG TRIBE, TtUBTY-BIX STARK, will soon arrive and will make their FIRST APPEARANCE IN NEW YORK ON MONDAY, JUNE M. tn their wonderful feat*, which aaveeee* the admiration of every European capital. Director. . . .VTTT. . . .HIDI-BL-BADJ-ALI BEN MAHOMED. TONY PASTOR'S OPBRA HOUSE, SOI BOWERY, X the cooloetand mo*t coin forta We theatre In the city. TUB WHITE CROOK BURI.KHQLB, FOB ONLY TWO NIGHTS MORB. The Isat chance to wttnem the very beat burlesque ever presented In New York. THE GREAT WHITE CRooK. BURLESQUE BALLET. Splendid triumph of the Cli???p4oa Oarsman, WALTBB BROWN, ? A LI Till BROWN. Prof. Tanner'* moat wuadeifnl Uouae of PERFORMIXO Do.* ANI1 MnNKRYS. TONY PASTOR'S NEW CoMlr 4RD LOCAL BONOS. A BRIf.UAKlVAK.hH K > i KR f A I NMRMT, TO-MORROW? 8 ATI' Rl) A I MoDEL MATIBKB. VELLY A LEON'* MI*?T*KL9. 1MI BKOADWAY. IV The eoolcat and boat ve?UlaM>d Dal In the city. LAST WEBK BUT ONE or TtfK KKAH-tN U ought 2 C the throne of fashion ae?e?>blc nightly. V ottcht 3 C the only LEON'** aroat barfe?<rie NOltMA. U ought 2 C the truly wonderful burlfwjuc (lie JAPS. U ought I <; the fun and enthusiasm they evoke. U ought 2 C tbe beet minstrel performance ev<-r given. And be sure to get the Treooo 'a letter explained. 8ATUBDAY, JUNE 16, ONLY *M ATI NEE OF TnE SEASON. OOMPUMBNTARY TESTIMONIAL TO MR. NELBE SEYMOUR. ' p R1FFIN AMD CHRISTY'S IX MINbTRELS, west Twenty fourth street. adjoining Pifth Avenue Hotel. The Family Resort. The great piece. RIVALS' REN DEZVOUB, and other act*. BIRCH ARB, the great Ventriloquist. Doors open at 7 ; comn?3oe at 8 o'clock. Matinee? M ATI) RUA Y. at V4 o'clock. Broadway theatrb. -lucillk western. ONLY LEAH MATIN RE SATURDAY, JUNE 1ft. AT 1)4 AST WEBK liAsI wock Last week positively of the BUN VAN TABLEAUX, at Union Hall, Broadway and Twenty-third street. Open every evening at 8 o'clock. Matineea every afternoon at 3K. Admission Mounts; oblldren 25 cents. RuliT. J. GREENWOOD, Manager and Proprietor. JT* BENCH THEATRE, WEST FOURTEENTH STREET. F This elegant and popular theatre to let for dramatis sod operatic representations, matinees, concerts, anntveraa ries and ooUein oommenremeata or other first class enter, talnments. Tne Imukic I* prepared to make arrangements with elan for English or other dramatic and operatic per fonaaaoee. AppU atoBloe of the Uieatie evriy cUy, Iru? 10 to 9 o'clock to J. GRAU. Leasee and Director. Third only broad way 5 MIL IaturdaJt M ATI NEF. NEXT. _ fPO THEATRICAL managers. ?we are prbpar 1 M to make Ihuited engagement* for tbe appoarancc in thia country of John AlJrlJgr. Eag. , the cdehraiod tragedian, '""it's. Ot&HONS * CO., Agesta, MS Broome street. L M1BATBE TICKET OFFICE, i IIS AND U4 BROADWAY. RESERVED BBATB FOR ALL THEATBBS. George evans, abttbt. late of wallack's, pending tbe reeular drnmaHe season will accept by con, tract order* for Scenic Painting for the city or elsewhere. < i nice lM East Fourteenth street, opposite Academy ol Mu EXCURSION!*. Aiitiy for bockawayT-thb stbamer port ROYAL runs every day from Warren street, North nvcr. Lesres at 7 A. M. and IP. M. Leave* Itockaway at IU A. M. and f- M. A? ST. RONAN'S WELL UlD POMONA OBOVBB TO ? let for excursions: also magnilioetit Rargos and Sieamtoata of all kind*. Music $6. Apply to MclANUS, SIS West street. K rti i.ow, ?;?|>uun u. u. Morrui. tormeriy *; Ham Greenwood, Pilot; Saturday nlgbt, reel. II '4; Christopher street, llig; Elgith ir, 1U; Bnainno street, 12'*; Peck blip, 12V. (CHOLERA BANKS ? SATURDAY NIGHT. ? THE J steamship BETII I*?W, Captain O. D. Morrill, formerly of the lluntrvs; tk ' " * "" " * " June IS; Jay street. street, KastHver, lg. Bait, line* and refreshments on board. Codec free. Fare i2. JAMES A A. ^tCOTT. tMBHlNO EXCURSION.? ON SUNDAY, JUNB M, MR, 1 tbe sea steamer P. C. SCUULTZ, Caatata Barnet Tatter. will make an excursion to the Pishing Banks on the above dale. l'aRsengrrs taken at the foilowln* landing*:? Hphi me Street, E. IS., at I SJ?. l*? k dtp at 7, Chriatopher street at W. pier 4 X. R. at 7'4 Bait, Hoc* and refreshment* on board. Ticket* fl J. C. KIMMINS. LU.NDY RYER. flBtllNO HAH ICS ? RKUluAn HOAr.? bTUAMER Wr? OMINO, on hunda*Juue 16. and daily thereatier; Morn* street, Jer-ry City. at i\ . Pock allpat 8. Chrl?tophrr ?tract at BS. and p er 4 N. R. at 9 A. M. Bait, line* and re. frwahmeuta on board. fISIKNG BANKH-WX HOURS' HSIIINa.?' TUB Splendid le a atnaraer C!1 AKLK8 CHAMBERLAIN Witt make an excursion lo the Fishing Bank* uu Monday. Ja'ae 1& Leering Harrison atwet at 6:? ; Broome atreet. 6:*) I'aek atlp, 6 4S; Tenth atreet Nortb r1**r, 7:*); Dry itree', 8; pier No. 4 North river. f 3u. Bait, llnea and ntnaii. niuii on board. Fire dollars for the largest Mali caught. tTkub. CVMDAY MORNING BOAT FOR NEWBCRG.? THE O ateomer THOH. COLLYER leave* footor Warren atreet eeerr Sunday morning at 7.30; Thirty! ourth atraat, 7:46; rontiaaiK.ng Joaall landing at Yonkcra, il<*atiuga. l>oi>bv Kerry, Irvingtno, Hln* King. llaverMraw, Cocxena', Cold Stringand Corn wail. Ketnrning leave Nawburg at 1 o'clock 1*. M.. arriving at New Yarit at # ?'. M. SIDEW11KEL AMD SALOON STEAM BOA I 8, DOCSLE deck Barges. Croa alt'* Urora and otber Groves to let for sicurstoos. Offlce 310 West street, near Barrow. II. B. CKOMSETT. THE L?CTI>M 6IU8QW. IMPORTANT LECTtRkS DAILY -TO OK NT I. KM KN ? only, at the Nevi York Moncua of Anatomv, din Broad way. I hone unable U* atlead Umm Is stores any receives copy by f? rwarUing lea ceata. Addfreaa Saeieury at Mew York Muaeum Of Anatomy. <18 Broadway. TtlE TBADM. A RCHITtCTUBAU^A GOOD DRAUGHTSMAN wailed; M that undereUn<t? Goth c preferred. Ap ply, with good references. at 46 Naaaaa at., moa So. > A SITUATION WINTER-BY A UKRMAN CONtRU Uaaar. lnqatrv at 613 tat at. A PERMANENT SITUATION M" DESIRED BY A eteedy an* raltaWe printer, atiher to work at o.ae or take cbaffO of a paper. Addraae Filler, Herald uglce A N EXPERIENCED WATCHMAKER (AMERICAN) JJL daeliaa a ettuatlon. Oood retrreuoee given. Ad.jfrea atatlng tarnta. Jeweller, ba? HI Herald ott'-e. DLUMBBB WANTED.-*, FIRST CLAM FLCMBEBt XT ataady Job and g?od wage* to a good workman. CeM , for two daye at 3*4 6th ay. TO BAITERS -WANTED, A FIRST CLASS SALES, ouui. No<ieoth< r? twed apply to Kuot. MS Brand nay. r SADDLERS.? A YOl'NO MAM FROM TUB CITY of D'tWia wishes employment at the abora bnalnega, j IS willing lean nnrftr tlKtraet*9?<i, having served Ilia regular ! apprenticeship In the said city- Address M. O. t>ui Marald ogle*. fir A NTKD? KOt'K WATCH Case makers, fob Tf gold work, at No. ItU Btoad>w. _ John p. com ins. U/antbd-a nm-stum. bt a tocno man. is a " tine neper mill; I* a practical paper maker, and (Ker owghlv understand* making atrawpepar; ate? ??e running of Huigslsnds and oth*r engine* , bds no obieotiwoa to ||b| saroad^ Adlreea Win. IT Bonnet, B East Amney at., WANTCD-BT A OOOD PRACTICAL BKOIMfcBR. j situation aa a engineer or SMIaunt In a eoaei ug or 8aa going raaeel. or a plao? lo Ike (hop ; a^euaiomed to null wi4ght work; gOv>d references. Addrcaa wTn., Uaraid Or A NTRD? PAPER HANOBRS; BXTBA PRICES " paid. Afplr at Ffiwk'e Hotrl WH ANTHD? SILK AND CAfcSIMBRE II AT TIUMMKKS, at Clarra, IIS Naeaau at , L^fA I WHANTKD-A FIRST CLASS CARRIAGE TBlduMw I I to aota Lowg BmackJ New Jaraay. Aa#)y tki* aiorn lag, between 8 aafR at >6 WHftahall A, far AoJaott. 7Q bast ibto st. -a Man thobodohlt ao I V qua in tad with U? ohlaa, glaaa aud drwAery trade AS<raae far Me daya J. W. H , earaar Ibyatrleh *~""rR?pgir? AD VBlkTlBMMBirrB. pomm FRRggBM Foroiii Bm tCaa paot'af aal da aapl mem innmrMii t'NE JBtTB* FfLLB FRANC A I SB BBMBR SB PLAOBB U ?aame hawaa d- ewlawta. >t , pwrt dawger 6e >6WWI ?? ol A1TOWEWEWT*. Worbel umu NEW YORK THEATRB. _ _ ? and 730 Broadway. MOM DAT. every evening durlaa the week. ORIOINAL BXBBAVAOANZA od the popular opera of FAUBT, with new WMIW, appointment* affects, ic. A favorite Faroe will peeeede each rvpreeeatatioo. Doore open at 7 W; curtain up at 8 o'clock. nnn..~. fcourtfiay, S o'clock. A CADBMY OF BP 8 10. A T. Maguire end Frot Rlaley Base cere FRIDAY, J USE Ml last bioAt but owe of the IB PK RIAL JAPANESE TROUPE. As tbelr engagement po.iUvelj cloaea on Saturday, June IB Saturday, Judo 16, farewell matinee, on which oocaaion every person visiting the Academy will be pmeeated with the vlsltlna card of the wonderful boy 'All Bight." u All bille tact be presented on katnrday, June II " LYMPIC THEATRB. _ Continued enthusiasm t UnqnallSed m poena 1 Fourth week of the new. original New Yoc* Drama euli attracting crowded and faaUlonable houses nightly. TREASURE IKUVR, TRliASURK TROVB, by far the moat successful dramatic production of u? sea aon, will be presented again TO-NIGHT, with Ita Innumer. able delightful scenes and Incidents, Including the Prbon. era* March, the besntlful Saratoga Scene, the reecue from the Cataract. Stock Exchange, Broadway, Newsboys' Ballet, Grace church, Ac. Boats eecured ate daya In advance. BOWERT THEATRE. W. B FKELIGH Manager and Proprietor J. B. BruWORTH The unrivalled Dutvb Oeaaadlan. J. H. BUDWOBTH the Dutch Irisb Amerteaa Vocallat BUDWOBTH? BtlDWOBTU Euatuche ? Coualn Snelder? Veteran of Melnlla. FBIDaY EVENING ? Benefit of Mr. J. H. Budwurth. BOWERT THEATRE. Manager and Proprietor Mr. W. B. Frellgh BENBFIT OF MB. J. H. BUDWOBTH. BUDWOBTH aa RIP VAN WINKLE. ftteenle; or. The Bride of the Border. The bnrlettk If * Edwin Forrest. Edwin Budworth aa J. H. Fowroet. CAN FRANCISCO MIN8TBBLB, O MS BROADWAY. THE TROUBLE COMMENCES AT 8 O'CI/K-B. THE OREAT ORIGINAL INIMITABLE AND ONLT BIRCH, WAMBOLD. BERNABD A BACK I'd, BAN FBANCISCO MINSTRELS, whose success baa never been equalled by any Mailer or ganization In the world. New and oheerful burleeqoee every week. First appearanoe in America of Mr. J. H. Williams, the great Cornet player. Immenae naeaae or Maxtor Harney, the Champion Jig Danoer. TreuMee at Metropolitan Hotel Political Address. Operatic Gome. T\AN BRYANT, U TUB FAVORITE IRISH COMEDIAN, to-aiglit, In hie great characters of , TIM O'BRIBN, * In Mr. John Brougham's beautiful Drama, ? THK IRISH K MIGRANT, and In the new reralou of Lover's HANDT ANDY. MONDAY, the great sensation Drama, SHAM US O'BRIBN. Due notice of the production of tbe BELLS OF SHAN DON. Terrace oabden-to-niuht. Third avenne, between Fifty-eighth and Fifty-ninth eta. . PHILIP? BERN BT .Proprietor. TUKODORti THOMAS' POPULAR GARDEN CONCERTB THIS (FBIDAY) EVENING. JUNE M, At ?. FIFTH POPULAR CONCERT. ruoGuau. 1? March, "Alexander's" Qung'l 8? Overture, "The Vampire" M nd painter 5? Wnlti, "Wuudertoene" Kaler? Beta. 4 ? Selection, "Robert 1c DIable" Meyerbeer 0? Overture, "Jubilee" Wefear 6? a. Allegretto; h, 6che:io ?? ? ? . .(From bjrm^May 7? Grand Selection, * Don Olovannt" Bosart 8? Overture, " Lo Lac dea Fees" Aubev Romance, '? Tann hauler".... WaNMt (For Cornet and Trombone, Messrs. Diet* and Leleehl 10? Galon. "Lafayette" Mu Mm 11? uiiadrille, "Artbt's" Htranee - CONDUOTOR Mr. P. J. EBBN. ADMISSION St CENTS. No postponement on account of unfavorable 1 T AST TURBE PERFORMANCES or \j THE TUB ALLROH AMIANS, VOCA LIMTS, ARDfl^^^^H RINOKRS. Orgaulr.ed m IStdby J. Having just returned itm t alz dimui' POPULAR AID INTERESTING BMTEBTA1NMBNTB AT IRVINO 11 ALL, __ _ cm tbe following data*:? FRIDAY, J a J# 14; SATURDAY, Jane Ift. and MATINEE <hi RATH HD AT, Jtt ?? ?. Ticket*, SO cents. Reaerved seats, <0 c? ta Wf ^72 -BUi?bb? AMBRJCAiTtHB*^ ^ OVERWHELMING SUCCESS. Every ARTIST greeted wtlb TBgMBNIKjPl AFP LAW. NEW STARS. NEW SPKClALTIKH. Brilliant success of the beautiful il'CCOU 8I8THR8. of the Black Crook BnUet I'toui*, ttlbWc Cteriea* wfco will ? ""WMHlfc billet moor* A grand Change of frojr.imme every night. (S'-? mall Wbof the day. ) Door* opca at i, to commence at MATINBK ON SATURDAY APTBRMOOW. M^HOOLEY'S OPEBA HOUSE, BROOKLYN. Burlesque Imperial Japanese Jugglers. Ternflc Flight I rum Hie Dome tothe Stage. Enchanted Lad der, H)*iii<lenag Servant, WorhPs Fair, A Trip to Paris, F i Mich Dauung Mates, Willy Men. HebonI for "eandal, tloftar Solo, Ktaodcmus Johnson, Sbsrnan'a March MtM >ea. Double Clog Dance. Ao. lyONDFRMTL FREAK OF NATURE.-" TUB WASH V> INUToK TW1N8 " bora sllvc. having two beada, four araia, and but one txxtv a ad ooe pair of legs; also i the head and light arm of Probst, the murderer of the Deerlng fami ly ; log. ibor with the atagninecnl collection of objects l? Pliv sioiof y, Anatomy, Pathology and Natural Ulafory; all KHg which are Illustrated dally by Lecturea and Mlcraaoopta ?twa. at th? New York Museum of Anatomy. <18 Broode way. Open from < A. M. to H) P. M. 0 tNLY LEAH MATINEit. Til I III) HliCILLF. WESTBRN MATINBB. BRQADWaT THEATRE, SaIURPAY NE1T. POR RALE OR BXCHANOC? FOR MERCHANDISE or land, a Diorama of A nstralla. showing the principal <4t lea, towns, harbors and an inwls in the country; never been ou exhibition. ONDBRDONB, d? Pulton street. WANTED-A MAGICIAN. LADY SKATER, CONJU. ror. or any person of talent in the Variety bbow Busi ness. Apply to Mil. DODD, M John street. ' LOjKT A U FOIKU. LOST? A OOLD~ BADOE OF^ TUB YOUNO MEN'S Friendship (Hub. Any one returning the aame to 607 Sixth avenue. In the billiard room, will receive a suitable re. wiu-d and the thank* of the owner. T OtfT-ON THURSDAY, P. M., ON LBAV1RO A XJ Fonrth avenue car, corner Fourth avenue and Tentfc Mreet, or between that point and Stewart's retail (tore, a lady's Ponomonnsle, containing between $SU and $?0 la greenback*, besides valuable papers: also a card with the owner's name and address. The finder will be suitably re warded by leaving tho saasa at Broadway, ap stains. In sewing machine room. LOST? DOWN TOW*, ON JUNE It, A LARUE Pockntbook, with papers in It, of no value only to the owner; liberal reward will be para. A. T. AORESTA, 39 WUiohaU aueet, Msw York, ar ti Prospect street. Brook* !!??. a L08T? ON MONDAY NIOBT, A POCKBTBOOK, OO*. lalnlnga check fortius#*, on Marchaata' and Manu facturers' Rank, order of E. Heluerfian. The Under wlU be rewarded bv leaving the saute at M East Uoastou itreel. New York, at Mr. Morns. (IST-A L\?FS~OOWJ WATCH, WITH HAIR I chain, Wednesday aftrinnon. fiolag from TwenUath street, through rfgbth aad Oreenwlei avenuea, to Jefferson Market. The Under will be suitably rewarded by leaving M at 104 l>Uth avnune, drug shirt. L RKWAIIIW. TO QUKKTIONS ASKED? REWARD ?LOST, _J one hunting case (load Watch, Va ASOO, with eurb Ghslo; ApMrlnn k Tracy, makers. Sead it ar call wills - aa mo to O. Fredericks, IM Uprtng street. AC RKWARD.-LOST, A WHITB BULL DOO; HAS A <T?J bnnOe spot on top of bead and batek. under shad, aad two teeth gone from lower jaw. Return ta 7> Msctam iW. *1A REWARD.? A1TT PERSON B A VI HO TUB flU large opera Utase taken rroaa (he pialm m Water atreos wlla saeelvo the above reward aa I no unaaUona asked, bj retuawilat aaas to Brawn A Spnldlag, Mstropetl REWARD-WILL BR PAID POR TBB RBfURM to 101 East Tenth street, near I'OlveraMy place, of a nil of Bedd.ng. Ac., io?t from a eait oa Friday lat. BO" REWARD AMD NO QURSTTONS ARK ED? |m<) Will or I?ald for the ratara of the Booke aad Paaarn louad lu the | oi-ket of th* coat laken by mistake fresa Ike corner or Hnnth aad Atlantic straetat Break ly a, aa Tfcaf* <l?y morning. tO' RRWABD.-LOST. A RMaLL BUBSIA LBATBBB ??) Tra>rlling Sag. enntatning, luge lb ar with ather articles, a book eatltted *KO's aaH Archibald;" siaauuMd to have been loll oa ilse how Jersey ? Central RsMaf train ar> rtvlag at Jersey Citir at 10' i Moadsy evaalag, 10th Inst , er os ih? rcrryboet. I he Under will riseteatba ahsvs reward he .eanng It at 1 10 Duanr street. dllWl REWARD. -MY HTOKE WAS BROKEN OPBN ?H'U ,Tti ?' ine 2, between the hours of Rand 10 o'clock, ana robbed or Cloth, <:asstsnere?, t 'lothhie aad PnniMHatt <MM>ds to the am mat of V*00; atore entered by front donf Mid reward will he paid on recovery of aeods. BlvNRT J. CH APMAN, 197 Niaib svenue. uB? door above Tartat# 4klrd atreat. . . a inn reward, -stolen, ok sun?aymm?ht tflUU June 10, a dark bay Mara, Mg b^ds bl?h,<Ur tkfi, Mule wiilia on forehead and hind foot; Bf* ? gnt bar teeiA when touched. Aleo a light Ruslaass Waga^ with top to lift off, a' I unite well worn, body greaa, *******, orV?" CfiSSt.'STT Raw York. $2o? s? OMhv fotlon Infgo kI?. from 31 AWll/ "JJ ? lih ir.ti. -()?# |?urpl? j" .yf ?bnvw* silk. a.j| one black, j JlHJg. J fi*J* t ht (SWlUktkelt. M JIQIUOBAffi M 4ti| HWilb BOCil RRffAWW ANT ONE OITINO INFORM A wtnc m-ck and rfVwe T? ftnixrx RRWARH -LEFT IN A SIXTH ATBNUB yesdons asked^iy^returniag the absva ta /aha /bakaan, It arnn REWARD -U>sr OR STOLBM, OM PBIBAT, SyUU May V St 2JA Ron sry, oaa Bl.Ofe Ssaad, 1 Ufa, lloSi.nR. By returnwtg it the above inward will Snna. lh? auove rewsgdlwB WfMjlir tba Iisseiry s? * "? -? ? ? tirawaifflttrst ?