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TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
A" ?TWO LARGE URST CLASH STORKS TO LEASH . under the Fifth <?fnne Hotel. Also Haveuieut* corner Fifth avenue nn I Twenty third street. Apply to 11. R. DREW A CO., 176 Fiftb arenue. A HOI SI! TO LET?IN MKRCIR STREET, SUITABLE for manufacturing or busiueis purposes, or csu be ranted In floora. U. BADDELKY k CO., 1M Bleecker street. A LARGE STORK AND THREE BACK ROOMS TO Jn. let? Suitable lor any kind of bueluess. Inquire at 617 East Nineteenth street. A KINK. LARGE STORK, CORNER SECOND AVEuue mid Mntu street, to rontctieap; amtab e for druggist, grocer; or b.tkerv ; a good location; alao a Business Bu semen t, 26x45. Apply to W. J. MORRIS, 8tl3 Ninth itreet, hear Second avenue. A FIRST CLASH BASEMENT TO LET?St'J TABLE for huflutsx of any kind. 2.t Macdougal street, corner f Cbarltou. FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?TO RENT, UPPER PORlion of btiildtnr 22".' Fifth avenue; also Rooms In Tiodworlb building, corner Broadway and 'I'wenty-aixth at.eet; liret clo ia loc atlon ,.r milliners, tul'ora, deulNti und other:'. WILLIAM TUCKER, ? 11 ruth avenue, Hbove Twenty-sixth mat. fj^AMILY HOTEL TO LET-SIXTY ROOMS, NEWLY 1 painted und renovate 1 lualde and out; all modern Improvement!; beat location in city, corner Proadway and Twenly-xlltli strei t; gem of a home ; big chance for a good man. 1,144 Broadway, up stairs. Harlem ?to let, one ok the finest corner Stores on Tolid avenue, large plate glass winnow*, s out; la 25x55; tine location ; tea, dry roods, nardwrare or sewing macb hie; rent moderate ; possession at oner. S. B. KEN YON. 2,2.'3 Third avenue, corner of List sueet. OTIS AN POWER TO LET- FROM ON K TO 60 HORSE, IO Willi well lighted Koouis, in Centre, Elm anil TwentySecond eli eels. Ajiplv In 0. F. HALL, 1*j7 iSiin street. TO LET?IN THE OLO HERALD BCILMN1, OFFICES sultuhle lor business and light manuf.teluring , urpose*. Apply 10 UAKKI'.K A COSTER, U7 Nassau street. TO LET?WITH OR WITHOUT ST'"AM POWER. IN the splendid new Iron front bu Idlng lie, 110, II.in I 114 Woosterilreel, between Prince and Spring streets, lbs Ktores, Lofla, and dusementi, lOoxlOu lee*, we I lighted, irrnl no iear. aim iniely In i.iud throughout; suitable for any large mercantile or manu'ncluiliig business, being near H oadwnv and In the i,. dilate V idnity of ttie pnnclpal hotels; team engine 8 -horan power; Oua patent eievuinra; water an . gm through,nit Can be divided Into two stores 60x100, or tour stores xloo. immedi.it- posssssioa. Will be rented low or a term <>i'.ears. Inquire on the premises or of UKUNEK A MtiOKK, 7a and 77 King street. TO LIT-AN OFFICE FOR A PUVSICIAN. APPLY AT 469 West Twentv l.rtt street. A. P. STr-tVAUT, 469 West Twenty-first street. TO LET?TilE STOKE AND BASEMENT 796 EIOHTII nvenue. Apply to E'/WARI) TIMPSON. room II, 115 sod 117 Nassau street, or at Plumper's store, 800 Eighth nr. TO LET?THE OLD ESTABLISHED CENTS' FURn'shiug Store .'8 Canal street, corner of Orchard. Stock and Fixtures for sale. TO LET?A FINK BASEMENT, U5XfO, FOR BUSINESS purposes. In 51s Third areuue, ueur Thirty-:ourlb street. Inquire ou premises. TO LET -THE STORE 1.21! BROADWAY, UNDER THE Grand Hotel; elegant Fixtures for sa'e and Le isc. Apply on premises, Suitable for a bat, shoe, jewelry or fancy goods business. niO LET?JACKSON HALL, CORNER OF GREENWICH JL arenne an I Horatio street, facing F Icltth avenue; good land for any business. Inquire at 60.1 Hudson street. " ? "?"eT P, OAD OH" OwO Plllll. CTRI.'li'T V'Ott 1 huatncs". Inquire at PH. DIKFFKNBACH, TKUCHSI'Sd A CO.'S, Deutists, 167 Weal Tweulh-third strec , near Seventh avail ue. TO LET?FOR BUSINESS OR nWELUNO, A SKCond Klnur al 8hH Hrnadwuy, between Seventeenth uud Eighteenth atri eta. Kent cheap. TO LET STORK AND LOFTS 19 LfSPKNARD, NKAR Cburrh street. ent.re or In tomi; we :l arranged for hostile. a, tlrat Uour 2.ixii8. Apply to A. JUi K.Nr-AY, No. 1 Pine street. rpo LI'T THE I'LKI'.ANT HALU IU AND SIS EAST J Thlrly-iourth stieet. near Third avenue, ior bulla, leativula, puuoiamua, tb. aires, Ac. Apply on premises. v\ M. W. SMITH. TO LKT-THB KINK CORNER STORE, LAST BROADwav and Clinton street, suiiab.e for a nrat vim.a business. Apply ou the. premises. TO LET?ONK OF THE HANDSOMEST BASEMENTS for business In this city. In a goo I business location, southeast corner Ninth avenue and Twenty ninth street, under the dnunhst's; reut per month. luijirc at 2'i8 A est Thirty-fourth street. r LET-DESK ROOM OR FRONT OFFICE IN AN uptown real estate ofllce. Apply at 318 Fourth avenue. TO LEASE?LOCK OR BULKHEAD BETWEEN FIFTYthird and Flfty-uftb aireela, with 1U Lotsnttnebed In thn rear, 13 Lota on Tenth avenue, Fifty-third and Fiity-ioiirth streets; i re four atory Houaes, corner of Fifty-fourth street and Eleventh avenue, lnipilre foot of Flity fourth street, Hudson River, beiore 10 A. M , ot JORDAN aOTf, Oftl BROADWAY.?a store and FIRST, sr:c1 . ' ) I ond ami third Floors In let, separate or together, (vest location ou Broadway for busiueaa or a ciu , ho rse. OVVLl-l.lNti IIOVSH TO LIT. i:p v .. Furnished. A?WE II AVE FURN1SHH1J A f I' unF??nisnr,u Houses to 1-I, in desirable o-.,tenia, fV Ir?tt to $<0i tier month. H. K. DREW A C I7i hi th avenue; Jbrancb office, tii7 Sixth avenue, between Korly-aevvnth anil Forty eighth street*. A ?furnih11ed ani> unfurnished dourer to let tor the winlt"-, or longer, uetr Fifth avenue, lu Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeen h, Eighteenth Twenty.(Iret Twenty second, Twenty-eighth, I hirti ?uin, Thirty-seventh, Thirty-eighth, Forty second, K'orty-sUtb, Folly-seventh Streets, and other respectable localities, by \t'AKD A 04JDKN, Hroadwsy, corner Seventeen b eireet. * An kleoant four siory hiou stoop brown etotie Uoitee to rent, tnouelied; lull str.e; In splendid enter; houee ha* nil modern improvements; lialsnod In sard wood; dumb Walter to third tloor; furnace, Ac., Ac.; l-tUO per month; tl l? a nn si elegant hou>*?; cost about HO ,0UJ; location below Thlrty-I'ourth etre t. we-t side. J a u R.|KDWAROh, ;;t Tmi Twenty-third street. AT $2.(00 PEE ANNUM?TO LIT, A FULLY FOBJ\ niahed and very tlreiraMe arnsil b'gh stoop House on rnlrty-elgliih street, nenr i, ji.igt'n avenue, Apply to K. 11. LUllLO if A CO., No. 0 1'iue street, or 06 bast Seventeenth Itreet. A FOE PUEE18UBD AMD I'NFl.KNl.-BED HOUSES lu good locations always apply to 8. R. (JOOOALK, No. A West Twenty-third street, 1 nth Avenue Hotel. A WELL rURNlSIIKO FOUR STORY AND BASEmoot House, together with Part of House adjoining, eiunmunle-nili'", to let, wd't Immediate posseaslou. Apply on pre in. s< !>7 West Sisteeutb street. ANIOKLY FURNfSIIKD HOUSE TO LET?ON TtYMNIh lli stre- t, west >' S.itu avenue, at present IHled with boarders, tbe owner will board in the house as part pay tieul of rent. t>. AADDELBT A CO., 1U4 Hlevcker street. i. oesishbo house to lrt-asmallfurvishbd I' tliftiae on Twenty-re ond slieei. near Ninth avenue; (lttU per uiouth, uin.tr wnl board with tenant If agree hie. M. KENNEDY, Broadway, front room. J.-URMSHF.D HOUSES TO RENT-ON WEST TWENtleih West fwentyduel, Twenty second, Twenty-third, wentv four It and Tweiily-ttiih streets , rente Irani $126 to K40U per mouth. f JAR. K. EDWARl'S, 277 West Twcniy-thlrd street. TO LRT--FOR 211 MONTHS, A SMAI L HOUSE, HIGH sloop br wn stone, writ anil thoroughly Inrnltlied from kitchen to attic, between i birtieth and Thirty I ninth streets and Kutli and Madison avet uea; rent $860 per month to a strictly private family ; | oreeselun imu rutatelv ; flist class reterenecs expected; agents need not apply. Address box 1,471 Post otbee. TO LET?A NICELY FURNISHED THREE STORY high stoop brick House: all Improvements; near two fsrrles; In Siook.yu. Permits at 212 broadway, New York, room tf. r LET?AN ENGLISH BASEMENT HOUSE, WITH all modern Improvements, newly tmn shed, to a j>r va e family, or ivoiii t et h rait 01 It. Real Sim). Apply at ti Weal Thirteenth (treat. To LET furnished HOUSE, TWKLPTU STREET, between Si*'Ii unit Heramli avenues: all Improvements; Ihree slurv anil Uaaouieui, *6 by lou. Appiy at 138 Rait Fourteenth street. TO RENT HANDSOMELY AND FULLY FORNIHIIED, a three story hl).li sloop brown (tone House coinpleto lu every tes. ect; lent very iuw. Apply al 80s West Thirtylourtb ?li ret. FTIO LET-ELEOANTLY FURNISHED, FULL WIDTU J. four s.ory brown atone House, Weal Thirty eighth alreet, ear FttTh avenue. Aieo <"urulabed anil urfuilslictl Houses, lu various locations. iViin.la of A. JOUKMEAY, No. I Pine alreet. TO RENT -A VERY COMPLETE THREE SlORY brown stoiie Home In L< ainglnn avenue, near Klfly eighth alreet; new y furnished. pulnted and I rescued tiiioug'i1'in. I'he Furniture, which is of llie beat i|iultty, will be aol i, anil home rented until May neit or longer II ileaired. The neigh lorhnod la ^ood aril the locall in i eij peasant Apply to ORLANDO L. s?ThWART, Uouusellor at Law, 271 b roadway. TO RENT-A RCPERBLY FURNIsHED FOUR STORY nigh stoop House, on Weal Twentvflflh sir. el. between Fifth and Sl.ln aveuu a. A | ply to K. II. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine sired, or .13 aat Seventeenth street. 0 hTdRY, BASEMENT AND ATTIC HOUSE. hlfltIT rooms, furnished complete, ab n?* and nrsi ears; renl (fOO. i,re nil nites l mm 11 n rl.-in steamer and raliro nl; pus session immediate. Address ULlJb >E S. Wr.hdri, Huili street, Moll Haven. rnliiriiialieil. ATHRFK STORY, 40 F.AST TWENTIETH STREFT; do., 41 East Twenty-rig th sireel, do.. 118 t.aet Twenty rcnnii alreet; all near fourth avenue and in perfect or.er each AJ.OOii. . ALAR .E UNFURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT. ON We.t Twenty-third-ireel, No. .'SS; Imineil.ate posse* 1 on ; one oi the "Harmony" row, wuh bay window; renl 1.1,40 ., to a prlval laninr only. J As. R. EDWARDS, 377 West Twenty third sireet. A HANDSOME THREE STORY HOUSE TO LIT Willi Fnruliute lor sale, for private or for business pnr noses, at M West T wenty-ninth sued, second door iron Broadway. A LAROE NUMBER OF THREE AND FOUR STOR1 brown stone fronts to rent; *'an llrst rlsas French F all St reduced rents. Apply to Ff.l I KhfUM A KEjuSE.N, 1,1th (bird avenue, near blitv-brat alreet. AT EVERETT I.IHRARY, MM SIXTH AVENUE:. MAI be fou id add,esses of part es ilesirlug i rst class liousci and data; references and sscunly made satisfactoiy. A SMALL REAR HOUSE, VERY Q EI ET, FOUI a* rooms and cellar, water and sewer; nis i a line lar.i business basement. Apply at 84 West Tenth street. msm Kl),'R NTDRY brown (TONS HOIJSB, in. m^ssi i. , 1 ",irl-v in comulPtH order, jiml r??i m .i Kh 1 ; billiard room, Pbe.iD'ii iftblc gton ivenui. AUlUtM u- He.WbON.4l4 Lea NEW TOKK PWELL1NU HOP8B8 TO I.ET. t'n urimlnwl. TO LET-THK NEW FOUR STORY BftTCK HOUSE, No 225 Writ Fourtn etreet, corner of Weal Tenth it reel, contain! g 15 rooms, with modern improvement!. Impure on the uremliei. TO LET-KOUK STORY BROWN STONE ENGLISH casement House 218 Weit Thirty-third itrcet ( B. orimn place); eleynnt inrioun lines; hot wutr, bath, ran^e, furnace, pai hxturei; rent $l,bOJ. 150 LET?A SMALL FOUR STORY AND HASKMKNT brrci House, with i ll Improvements. located 862 Sixth tree!, near Second avenue; yeariy rent -Sl.ltht. F r particular! inquire of Or.OUUh W1LI, Id' i'vutid avenue. rro LET-FIRST CLASS BROWN STONE FOUR FTORY J Hw lliua House, with ah inndsrn ImprovemeDls. 2t West 125th itrcet, between Fifth aud Sixth avenues, at low rent. Inquire ou the preuxliei, or at X?i V, est Thirty-fourth airet t. rro LET?A TWO STORY BASEMENT HOUSE, NINE 1 rooms, all Improvements In lblst street, Cult of hvi lit.I! A, near liar.cm boats and cars: pos esslon at mice. Into in of J. lilLSEY in brown none house in avenue A, neat List street; rent ?ti500 a year. I ? ? TO LET?A SMALL HOUSE. 1,(KS SIXTH AVENUE, between 1'lfty-sixlli an I I'Tftj - evetilh streets, west n ie ; rent .IBS. Impure at No. W si Fi.teeuth street, between Kl.th and Sixth avenues. TO LI T OR FOR SALE A TV REE STORY FRAME Dwelling House, w th all the modem Improvements, very pleasantly mutated on the north sice of Ei.hty-tblrd street, between Nlntb and Tenth avenues; four lots o pro.in I, wllb bar.i, trait, ,c. App.v to .1 u .?ii it. Tr.L. MR, 6d Wall it. rpo LET, UNFl RNISHED-NO. 8 WEST THIRTY_1 seventh street, $30J a mouth ; 126 East Eortyulntb street, $1,8.(1 a year; LJ i am r'or.y-ilxtu stteet; Seven.r-eixUth 'reel, near Lexln.ton avenue, brown vtone, furnlsbej, 1)115(1 ; u mouth. I I. gam y furnished houses on Thirty un.tu, Thirty-rrst and Tbirt ieth streets, near F ifth avenue; Lexing; ton avenue, near Thlrty-fourt h street. A large nutnoer of otucn. WILLIAM T tlKF.K, 220 Fifth avenue, above Twenty-sixth street. I x?ht!iliy RENT FOR a FOUR story i brown stone h";li stiop, all improvements, tie-.v i ; bott'e ; rear I igbty-slkth street, one block from Central 1 . rk ; : privilege; rent to be part or purchase money. A, piy to ; UoLUBTBUf, BNHtrtf, owner. ; Q1 ,1(1(1 - tiirkr rtoky brown rtonf, near PJ.. r/U, Lexington av.; tour rlory, $1, >?Hi; three story brick, ijsuW; one.* "Ml; all bc.ow Sixtieth stree., In flue order. LIONEL 1- ROEhLlCU, fc-J Third av., uear Fiftieth at. i I n.MMii.i) ROOMS AND APARTMRNVA TO LKT. A NEATLY FUrtNIS 1KB LAROK FRONT KOBM to let lor housek enlng?At $o per week; h'io one at | ifc-i per week, lor housekeeping. Call at bio Hudson street, near I't.riy. ' * LAKO.E, KLKOANTLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, , . t w.th alcove, second lloor, wit..out board, or Willi partial , ln>ard. A| ply at 1E8 Eaat iweii'th street, from & io lu A. M. and Hull'. M. At murray hill - FURNISH ED APARTMENTS for BinUe g nileioen or ima I families: terms moderate; reie.eui.es required. Apply at till West llilrty-tuirdstreet. ALAROh ROOM, IN PRIVATE HOUSE 66 BETUUNE street; per moutb. i A NEATLY FURNISHED PARLOR FLOOR?THREE I rV. rooms, :as and water and couven enci s for boos ke p' log. Call ui llili West thlrty-tiflh sticet, uear Broadway. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SECOND FLOOR, together or separately; also large Room on third Hour at qti, and Ilall Room at .7'J 1,0 per wreai bouse has all modern improvements. 120 West Twenty secoud street. 1 BURNISHED ROOMS.-6J4 THIRD AVENUE, FOURTH beli. / 1 ENTLEMI.N LOO KINO FOB FIRST CLASS, CoM' vT lortaiiie lurnislied "'mini, conveniently locate,!, can ! find a few cuolu.i Rooms at ii tfcst .wiity fm'trlh sireut. I TTANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND iu:n. I XI room; also single Room l -r ceutlcmcD, without board, in tlic new lust cl ms bouse Olio Seventh avenue, junction ol' | Broadway and Forty-fourtu street, 1>aReor anb two BEDROOMS, SUITABLE for housekeeping, furnished; dm ed If required; terms I moderate. Cull for three days at iiu.i tvest Twentieth street, j rro LET?AN I LEtJANT SUIT OF FURNI8HBD i Apartments, second nor. without board; suitable lor | one or two single g utlemuii. App y at No. 6 Laiayotto I place. To LET-UPPER part OF A HANDSOMELY FURnlsiivti House, to a small istnliy; gas, ba U, not and cold water; handy to all weat side cars. .U2 West Forty-ninth street. I ll'U AJ1M?ill A rm.-ll V-UACI^, Vfall ui'lAllun ?-#? J ily (nut meddlesome), a Suit of Rooms, eenantl.v furnished, to a scnuemau or yuniicman and wile. lo a party wtio will pursuit] tlic 'itinit ire ,ucvr rent will i ? moderate. Location, Second avenue and I birtceuih street. Address BOOM Station O) Highlit stiort. TO LET?PURNISIItsD, It ALL ROOM, FIRST FLOOR, foi genlletuau or la ly. l.U c.sst Filtleth street, corner Third avenue. rBO L K T?E L EG A N T NEW I'UKN ISHED BOOMS, TO X single, re?] e<tahle gent'em n. 149 East Twrnly-second tree , uctweeu Third aud Lexington avenues. To jikt FURNISHED?LARUE FRONT BOOM and Bedroom, un second floor, separately or tooetl.sr, to one or two ueuil'tmeo ; partial Bon.,I I. re jnii'e.T. lot Lust Twenty-third btn et, one door tro.u Fouilh a,enue.* r;v TO LET-TO A SINGLE OKNTLEMAN, IN PRTVAT& house 2h8 West K'<-veiith street, s nio-.y furnished (runt Koom, large sue, m pi-rlect orucr ; bath aud gat. TO LET-TO A MARRIED COUPLE. WITHOUT CHILdien, a uict-ly furnished hootn, lor housekeeping. No. 7 lorsyth si. Set. ri O LET-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, CONNECTING, 1 sn.taloe tor two or three gentlemen; relcrenoc; terms very ow. Apply at fco West Eleventh street. ff WO FRONT FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET - WITH1 out board, oo third door to St igle gentlemen, in pnriile family. In brown Stonekoits, with all InslSNSWIlA In Fifty-eiih'h street, near third avenue; rete.eiicr required. Apply to W ILL1AM VAN TASSELL, 110 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue. , Those desiring furnished apartments, for light homekeep u?, at a Cheap rent i small Tamlles onlyi uiuy a, piy to A. c. UKi.ENLEAF, 461 and 4o3 Broadway. 1 LARGE FRONT PARLOR, HANDSOMELY FUR1 inshed?820 (or two; also other Rooms, from to ,ylO per week. Aoply at IhO Bleecker street, six blocks wost of Broadway. <co r:n pi:r wp.ek.-a nicely furnished t )U good sl.-.e I Room In a email private family. Appiv Mtt kan wink street, batsmen spring and Caanl sis. <?/? ?SITTING AND BI DRO.IM CONNECTING, FURCU. nlshed lor hous ke. pitiK; water in roouis, closet mi floor anil stationary tubs; ni ne i.ooms 11' neeucd. Hid Foity hrst street, near Lexlug.uji a re line. i OQ EAST FOURTH STREET, BETW1-.FN BOWERY uv and broadway. Famished isoan to las, withoot I board, iti geuLetucu only; bouse contains a.I the modern ItuJ proveiiimla. I Py) WEST TWENTY-FOURTH BTRE' T NEAR FIFTH j ?Avenue llo e .?Eurniehecl Rooms to rent. r?? BOND STREET.?FUKNIRUHD ROOMS; TRAN00 stent and day buar .irs. Keslauiam a la carte. /?(* WEST ELEVENTH STREET, THIRD HOUSE O"' lrom Fifth avenue.?Very nleasanl from Room, without board, lo a gentleman only, in the family of a yuuii|( w il> w; term* reasonable; rc.crenct s exebm I'd. 1 <) > MADISON AVENllE.?IVVO LAKilE EURXLtO n shed Koomi to runt; also a liall Room. ! I AO SECOND AVENUE, Nl.AR SIXTH STREET. , J.UO Furnished Konins I > 1?, for two gentlemen, at #20 i and $do per month, including gas, balli, hre, ac. i nva'o 1 bouse. V-iO EAST FIFTEENTH STREET.?HANDSOMELY lOo furnished Rooms; house lir?t class. 1f*H WEST SI RING STREET.?A NICELY K. RlUl' nl?h-.i fion. Kooin, w.tli conveniences for Htbt ho larket |>.ng. Also a large hark Rooui, with small Room adjoining, sin at>:o for gculemau a d wi;e or two gentem. n; terms moderate. qi EAST FIFTEENTH STREET, OPPOSITE ST I YOL") yesaiit I ark.?I'leasant handsomely tarnished Rooms, en suite or singly, lor families or single ger.ileir.eD. oril WEST FIFTEENTH STREET, NEAR EIGHTH arena*.?A small Tamil* will let one or two^neatly furnished Rooms, without Board; geuliemeu preferred; location good: charges moderate. rim SI*T" AVENUE, BETWEEN THIRTIETH AND lll't* T..lrty-hr?l streets.?A large square ironl Room, we'l furnished, lo let lo one or two genilemeu; refereucee required. UNFUHKI-iHKI* llOO.Wi AMI) APAKI'[ IWF.INTS TO l,ET. A SECOND FLOOR TO LET-FOUR ROOMS; WATER and gas ; term* to salt a goo I tenant; No. s Ganseroort street. E. L. A H. T. BURN HAN, tiOit lludsou atreeu A1 PARTY,ENTS TO RENT-CORN ER TtVEN TY FOURTH Street and El.bib aie me, 4 Rooms, RH'J per montn. r J As. It fci \v Ahlis, 277 W?st Twenty-third stiert. A SECOND FLOOR TO Ll T FIVE ROOMS; IIAS gas and water and in t.ns order; 35.1 West Seventeenth street. L. L. A B. T. BU R.N tl AM, UI9 Hudson street. ' ? - PI P.ST. SI COND AND TIHRO FLOORS OVER ' j\? JacKson's new store, on M ih avenue, near Twentytlio,I street, to iva'.'; lociitlou unequal.e t tor tailor, pliuto' cruplier, Mesouic rooms, Ac. , j . II. K. UKEW A CO., |f| K1 ftb avenue. Apartments of koi r rooms, in good loce.itv : rem* from $l.? to $21 per month. Inquire of H,IB, KT lAUi.AKl', 'I'M Hudson S.reet, Abingdon square. INLOOHS AND ROOMS TO LK T-$7 TO (It MONTH J/ Ij; two to too ro, inn each; new dunlin houses. " HO. IK,\ MOM). (trover, tJ'5 tTfil Forty-ill th street, ne?r Eleventh avenue. Harencii FLATS-all. THK conveniences op A hiin*e nn itm and second floors, to m-H.' i mt FourI teenth street -tor small, hrst ciass lauiilles. Atp.j to llie L janitor. IHI OOM8 TO LKT.?TWO, flJ ANO fl?; THRF.K, $13 i and $J>; also four at $25 per month. Impure at 44J Toiirin Hfeune, comer of Thirtieth street, rpo let second floor, containing five 1 1 ro titis. witn gas sn.l tester. In a bouse where there ara only two mure I amities. Apply at lib Wet, Twentieth si. f rpo LET?A FINE HALF I LOOR. WITH MODERN IM1 1 pies ments, In fclfl Third avenue, near thirty-fourth * street. Inquire on preiiilsti. TO LET?TO A FAMILY OF T1IRKF, PERSONS, PARlori, Haseiiiciits and Extension or Second Floor, with two i Renins on third n, ur, oi hettse ItlS West Llerenth sl-eet; food locution and In perfect order; rent $6U per month, either part, luqulre ol owner oh the premise*. 9 rpo LET - UNFURNISHED, TO A SMALL FAMILY OF 1 adiiltt, two Cpper Fioors of a pleasant house, m Flliyfourth street, between Fifth and SHth avenues; re.eren.es J required. For particulars address uOCTOit, ?..4 Stub a*. TO RENT BY THE OWNER, SECOND AND THIRD Fxiers or n neat house ; all modern ln?p? ?|emeuis, rent I low. Ltt r ati U6th street, - - HERALD, FRIDAY". SiSFTI UNFUHMMHKD ROOMS AND APARTMENTH TO I.KT. TO LKT FOKTYNINTH STREET AND SIXTH AVEnue a but clam Flat; nil Improvementa. Apply to MULCAU1 A illhlllr.S, 1,214 Broadway. TO LET?AT 28 SIXTH AVKNUE, NEAR fOOHB alrcet, an flevunt Wat Floor, in perfect order; all Improvement*; gas, na'.b, Ac. ; good reference required. Inyutre ou tlie prcuiiaea. rro LET?THE SECOND FLOOR IN' PRIVATE BROWN J a'nn ' lio h.- t.vc rooms; all improvements. Apply at Hi hast Tblrty-tuird atre -.t. TO RENT-HANDSOME PARLOR FLOOR, SECOND Floor nod Riacment of thrre atory hl<>li atoop houae 406 Weat Fortieth aireet: modern improvement!. TWO NEAT, UPPER FLOORS, 181) EAST FIFTY-FIRST street near Lexington nv nnc, to let?Parlor, kltcben and tliree llcht bedrooms eacti, gas Uxlurca, wardrobes, Ac.; rent $27 auu $80 per month, *)D FLOOR TO LET-AT 24 LBROY STREAT, NO Zl oilier ten ant in the house. Rent $05 a month. 4'ITY REAL ESTATE POIt *4ALB. Fast KIcIe ' Anew fohr ptorv and rasf.ment first cI.im brown atone lloiian nnd extra Lot for sale; situated nor bwcai corner of Fifty eighth atreei and Lexington avenue, till* la worthy the aitei tlon of those wanting a brat claaa houae. Apply to U. BLEabON, 104 Laat Fifty-eighth street. A LARGE, FIRST CLASS HOUSE FOR BALE??44 J\ Madlaon avenue, near Fifty third a'reet; will be told veiy cheap for coau; a'so one on Kll'tv-lhlrd street, east of Mud aou avenue. Apply to Fc. I YKLTCli A Kli-tlSliN, l.USJ 'lblid arenun, near Sixty-Ural street. FTOR SALT?A PARCEL OF OROUND, IttlM. Located b. tw6en Third and I exlngton avenues and Twenty sixth und T lilrtietn atreeta. Parties wishing the above ad Ureas K., Herald ollice. 4FUI.I. LOTS, CORNER MADISON AVENUE, BILLOW the Park; Bna altnal on lor a church. Apply to J. B. KETCHAM, 818 fourth avenue. dhl 7 ADA -fl.OOO LESS THAN cost, the three ?|rl 1 story high stop brown stone lloui,eon Seventy-Oral street, near the Drain! Boulevard terms very easy. A. O. Loomis A co., 1,11! Broad tray. rpHK EVENING TELEGRAM. ALL TO-DAY'S TRANSACTIONS IN REAL ESTATE, AUCTION SALES7~T:RIVATE SALES, BXCIIANGKB A~ND NEW HOUSES. West Mile, A?EXECUTOR'S SALE OF AN EXTRA SIZE NEW, . modern, e egaut, luirtlally furnished Dwelling, fronting and overlooking i antral Park, Apply to V. K. bi'EVLNUcN A SON, II 1'li.e street. A -TWO EXTRA FINE, CI1EAI', SMALL BUILDING . Lots, convenient to Central I'ark; over.oolong the Hudson ; Fifty-lev nth street, 11*1 feel wide; paved, sew.-red, Ac.; lowest each #4,600. JOHN B. CHURCH, 11 Fine sL A HANDSOME FOUR STORY BROWN STONE House. &!."iHI) feet, lor sale, in Forty-seventh s reel, ' between Knth and Slrlh uveuues; It Is wel built and ar; ranged and In thorough order from top to bottom; as the | owner has no further use lor it, It will be sold reasonably, and with Immediate possession. Apply to E. H. LUDLOW A | CO., No. 8 I'lne street, or at 86 East Seventeenth street. A?FIVE FINE i'UFLDINO LOTS FOR SALE; THREE . on h Ifty-slXth street, near Ninth avenue, and two small d slra> le Ft,ty seventh street Lots, near Ninth avenue, all convenient to central i'ark. \t M. SINCLAIR, Jr.. A CO., No. 3 Pine street. A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, FOUR bTOMM HIGH AND . of erlri width, lor sale In incleqnlh street, near and west of Filth avenue; teeently put In perfect order; price, ?4u,UuO. L. H LI) Ll LOW A CO., No. 3 Pine street, or 181 East seventeenth sLeet. F'OR BALE?THE NEAT MEDIUM-SIZED THREE sto'yhigh sloop brie.k Housef! 17 West Twenty-second St!eel ; all nn; rovements ; price $18,0110; terms easy. Apply on premises. rtTII AVENUE AND FOCRTEENTH STREET.?FOR ?' sale, furnished, a four story, English basement House, l'i.6*7lii (10, Sailors' Snug Harbor lease, 6'^ years to run, gruu d ri-nt only ijltlXI ("v uuoum; a most layorable chauco to secure a yaliiabio business property at the yery low figure Of $811,UtH FRANK O. A DAVISON BROWN, 100 Broadway. f *rti ii-rvnv wi.-a-r ott-ic tutvt.vtu un dm utt ?) overalZ' <1 Lots lor sale; intyht rxclv into unimproved property; $0?,IH>U em remain: no scents. Apply at <19 Broadway, olllce 14, from 11.' to 12 or 1 to 3. 107TH 8TRBET.?TWO LOTS, BETWEEN SIXTH J _j I and Seventh avenue boulevards, at tin- low price of $y,5utl eacb. W. J. BARN t'B, 36 l'lnc street. Q/> FIFTH AVEN! K.?T?X?W) FEET, THE BEAUTIFUL CO three story llou ie. cotnpleielr furnlihe'l, fi,r IJLU.OOO; the lot la leased Irom the Splnnh-r Estate; trroun i rent tjnoj per annum; can he altered at email exp 'rise lor business purposes. Apply to K 11. LI,'l>LOW ft Co., No. 3 Fine a.net, or 36 East Seventeenth atreet. IJtUE evknin.) TELEtJRAM. all today's transactions in heal h state, auction salesT Private sales, l EXCHANGES ANlT NEW HOUSES. Miirellanoaiia. FRANK O. A DAVISON BROWN, Keul Hitkle Brokers, KiO Broadway, would respectfully solicit the patmnuKe of real estate owners desiring to a-ll, Vmt or rent. i'arlh uiar aUeuliun paid to Properly placed ex. uxlrrly In lli 'lr hands. liefer to Messrs. Hrown Brothers ft Co. and W. E. Dodga, Ear). TT'OR HALE. SEVERAL VERV FINE FIRST CLVSS J1 three ami lour story hrown stone Houses, up town ; handa mielv located und Willi all mod' rn Improvements. Apuly to MARK LEVY, 26 West Forty third street, before 9;3U A. M. or after 4 I'. M. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SA1,E AND TO UT. _ | | ERALD BRANCH OFFICE?BROOKLYN. j ml. iincllurcTd rnil I'll. Ml.vv vrvltK In.'n r i n REOKIVED AT BRANCH OFFICE, AT NO. 4 COURT STRKj.r~CITY UALL SQUARE. OFMCK OPEN PROM 8 a. m. till 8 p. m. BROOKLYN CARRlKRS ANI) OKALERS CAN RECEIVE Till IK I Al l- Its AT nil-; MEKALU HltANOH DELIV EKY, NO. 7 FRONT bl'REKT, BROOKLYN. A BARGAIN.?two Hani home new houses, ihrce story basement and sub-cellar, brown atone; have ail tmproWMOta; IS raoim; neighborhood lirat dMi; convenient t<> all the I'erilca; terms eaav. Impure at IMS Dean a.ivet, between Hoyl and Bond alreeta, Brooklyn. IitOR SALE- THE FRENCH ROOF COTTAGE HOUSE ? and L it 1! H oover place, ne ir Fil l >n avenue, Brooklyu. App v to K. GATi.S, Fulton avenue, corner St. Felix at. "MOUSE'FOR SALE?CORNER MONROE STREET AND J1 J In nop avenue, Brooklyn; It rooma; hard llnfcUlod walla! large car.en, truit ireea. and grape harbor; price *lt> LOO. luijuire on the premises. TO LET?FIRST CLASS THREE STORY BROWN STONE Dwelling 4:? Paclllc atreet, near Eevlna street, at low | rent. Imiulre on the pie ui-eior at ofllr.e of Mr. UKIOG, j 1M Broadway, corner John aim I. up atalra. % JtUsllV CITY, IIOBUIiliN, HUDSON CITY ANSI BKIU; KN RKAIittgTATB. En at Hide. FOR 8ALE OR TO LEASE?A SPLENDID WATER Front of 45U feet, near the llohoken ferry, valuable fnr eteam-btps, rallinada or aa a apecnlallon. Apply to M. A. J. LYNCli 4 lit.Gil N. CAAP, lOii tiroadway. To Let or I.eue. TO LET-FOR $80 PER MONTH EACn, NINE NEW four itory Manaarit roof Honaea, now being linlalied, each containing I'd round; gaa throughout; healera, ranges, atatto.iaiy w.tsb tuba, bathroom, water cloael; live marolo manie a ip each hoiiae; only 7 mlnuiea from Liberty street lerrv : on on" of the b-at atfceta on Jeraev Citr lleighta. Engravings of tlieae bouses can he aern and further information had of A. M. CAPEN, 1.61 Broadway. PUOi'EUTY OUT OF TIIK CIT1 FOR HACK OK TO II KNIT All wanting farms-good soil, mtld climale-for papera address C. K. land1s, Viuelanu, n. j. At new briohton, 8. i.-to rent. two villas, formatted and iinfui nlabeil; nfl modern Improvements; charming, reiired locality, ahaoe and (run Ireea; garden* planted ; view unaiirpaaied . witb.n So mlnuiea of Wall street. t). O. BKNNET, No. 9 Plna street. AWI.LL BL'ILI HOUSh, IN GOOD LOCATION, Sl'ITab e lor a itatleinian or laborer, for sale cheap ; $1,0 .0 caeb. Anply ai A. M. BUHL'S aaloun, Port Richmond, S. I., near the roil ol.ce. A BARGAIN.-FOR SALE OR RENT. A SPLENDID Country Seat of ttavei. acre*, on the bank" of the Rarf taii, tinning New Brunswick. all coveted w lb fruit; commodious lioose of ti rooms, attic and four cellars; ahundant nipbnii.iingd, all In complete order; pries $li>,u00; will take Sld.Udu, teruia to an t J. S. FERGUSON, S9 Naraan street, room A 4 SPLKN DID COUNTRY SEAT OK M ACRES-ALL /\ clio Co an I; superior location, joining a Tillage ; one mile of depot: near New Brunswick: new, rat class hull Iin s, In complete order: well fruited , very uesirable; must he soil; only $li,iam. t'mil soon. J, S. FKKUl so.V, 39 Nassau street, room 6, IWOR SALE-FARM OK Sti ACRES, ONE HOI R FROM " el* ; price $4.11)0; (17 Acres, hue dairy Farm. Stock, Crops. Ac., $e.b<UI; till Acres, tine lincroretnenta, $l&,0tm: great T.srlety of tirst class places, ASIUKKI to AM.IKiO; seceial to eiciiange. S. IRELAND, Jul Broadway. fpOR SALE?AT SNGLEWOOD, N. J., A SUBSTANTIAL stone House, In the best part of Tillage, near depot; contaii.s III large rooms, has gas, hot and cool water, bath, Ac., all In good order; eicenenl gaiden, hennery, Ac. Particulars ol owuer, lot! Canal itreet. New Vork. T.10R SALK-IN WESTCHESTER COUNTV, NEW r York, 3i5 Acres; Rh miles from New York, on Harlem Railroad, tine news of Hudson Hirer and Long Island Round; beautiful lake; nerer-i'aiung water power; yliO per acre; eaay lerius. N. C. Ll'SK a CO.. No. 9 Nassau itreet, room 13. L"iOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST OARDEN FARMS r In New Jerter.'id miles from New Vork, &0 acres of splendid land, ah under cultlfation, large House, harns and uiitbii Idlngi, In g mm! order; will he euld at a bargain for rash; half mnrlsaee. MADDUX, 4J John street, or C. S. PRATT, New tiarsn, Conn. For sale-country skat and farm, about onf. hour by New Jersey Ra.lroad. furnished; Stock and 1 Crops: price ?24,tkH. Traders or broken uesd uul apply. Address VWMfiH, box 147 Hsraid oibce. 5JKBER 1, 1871.?WITH SUJ PHOPEllTY OUT OP TUB CITY FOR KALE OK TO RENT. IjU'RNLSHKD HOUSE. II ROOMS, NKAK ST MARK'S ' Hotel, New Krlghloa, S. I., to let.? Leairable dimmer or winter restueuce ; uueui uaicd location. W. A. COLLINS, 83 Fine itreet. / AREAT CHANCE ONLY f7 HER ACRE FOR A FARM \JT and Timber Tract of 4n2 acre*. only 0 in Ilea from large town, 1J< mile from village, 3)4 lioiira IT >m New York. 3o acre* under good cultivation. email liou?e. burn. 60 choice finlt tree*, dream of w.uer. Owner ultimate* mere ii over 1.000.0AH) feet of yallow pine; land level, v> rv rich, not rongli ;muil he w d at a great (aerifies for ifc7 per aere, worth H. .11: larma. Kl.f.llll ei.nl, I. '.Int. ...iv AiMr.-sUEO L. WALKtIK, l'-ast Struu Isburg, 1'a. HACXBKBACK, FaBBAIC and clifton coi MTBY Seats ?nd Collage* for sale ami to let; aume furnished ; all price*; printed desurlptlun. E. M. MASON, No. 1 Chamber*street. MORRISANIA k< > It I alb OB TO LIT, WITH ivmiv dlate possession, a two story frame Dwel.lug, with a two ilury tea room, XOiliO, 12 room*, all to good order; hot aud cold water, bath, water closet, atul'ooury tubs, speaking tu'es. furnace and ga*, with about four city In'* of ground In garden ; fruit, slut .e and lawn ; pleiKaut'y situated on blah ground, lire minute* of steam ear* and three minute* or horse car*; terms made to ault the purchaser; ai*o an eight room hotiae unit live City Lots, within three minutes of team car*; price $6,000; $4,U0d can remain on bond an I mortgage. Inquire of JAMI-S L. 1'AKSHAL.L, ou Washington avenue, corner of H.th street. Must be sold dairy farm of ?2 acres, near New Brunswick, ad cultivated; many iruit tree*, orchard, HO cuwa, 3 horses, Ac.; utensil* and very rich crop*, gou l house Hnd oiit'otiiulu'S; very b"it soil; close to depot; price $16,000. LOUIS HEKK, 18 Centre street, New York. OKA NOR, N.J. CHEAP, M HAT, A I'TRACTI VE; THREE minute* from depot; good oelghborh odt Houaoniii noma; furnace, range, bath, water; sale ; term* easy. HAMILTON A WALL1S, No. 8 Nassau street. SING PINO.-100 ACRES, FINE HO' BE AND OUTbull lu ps, value $70,OtKl, no mortgage, to exchange for city property. J. H. KKTC11AM, 318 Found avenue. TO LET AT MORRISANIA HOUSE AND GROUNDS, near ears; to small family rout nominal; to man and wife lUUt Iree. Apply to W. 11. WKLLfc, 41 Liberty street. rpUE EVENING TELEGRAM. ALL TO-DAY'S-TRANSACTIONS IN REAL ESTATE, AUCTION SALES, PRIVATE SALES, EXCHANGES ANDNEW HOUSES. RKAIj kstatic to HM'UlMif,. A MAGNIFICENT DOUBLE FARM, THE WHOLE OR part, for City Property of light eneumbranee. None but principals to deal with. Address J. P. LEVY, Bedford, Wsstvhester county. J EXCHANGE?F1RBT CLASH HOUSE, IMPROVEMENTS, J six Lots. Mori isanla ; brick House, Van derblit avenue. Staten Island; Farm, New Jersey, for City Property; will pay portion In money. W. H. WELLS, 41 Liberty street. 17XCHANQE FOR HROOKLYN HOUSE, NEAR FEBJ rtes. s beautiful Residence hI Elizabeth, with all modern Improvements, near depot; fine garden; all km is of fruit. J. O. UOTT M SON, 171 Itroadway. For sale-or exchange for a farm, a new French roof House and Lot, 26 minute* from foot of Liner.y wren. on the new Jersey Central railroad, two I minutes walk from Centrevllle depot; 18 rooms, ft closets and cells'-; splendid well and cistern In yar 1; house built hy day's work, substantial and good; lot :t x!7."i feet. Apply to MORRIS BROS., No. 7 Tine street, or JOHNSON, ou iho premises. For bale or kxohanok-a three story and Basement brown stone House on 1st Filty eighth street; ulno i' even Lota on East Seventy-third street. I no aire at 1-1 Last Seveuly ninth street before ft A. M. or after 11 1*. M. For sale or exchange?a good dairy farm, containing3J0 acres, situated In Lewis county, N. Y. avitii new Buildings, Farming b to us. la and Stock. Apply to a. ROBERTSON, K4 West Broadway. FOR SALE OR EXOHLANOB?FOR CITY PROPERTY, a line, romantic Country Su.it In ocw Jersey, wltli water front; Dy acres of rich land, witb lino, large buildin gi Address U. S., box l'JU Herald oillee. WANTKD-A MODERN HOI'SE, BETWEEN THIRD avenue and Biouilway aim Eighth and Twenty fourth I streets, worth about .+ dl.OOo. for handsome Hnusn In Tenth | ward, well located : ililfereuee paid In cash ; no agents. WILLIAM WRlOilf .? CO., hid 11 road way. Wanted-country PROPERTY, VILLAOB PROperty or Karui for brick Stoie Property, Newark, N. J. Only principals impure iu store No. 1 New Bowery, New York, fiom Id to 4. RQ AAA EQUITY.?FOR SALE OR BX CHAN OB dpO."'"M" for a farm or real estate, a Hotel hi existence over 45 years, ontainlne f>5 rooms; best locality In the ally. Further particulars lui|tpre at DUO l'earl siren, at the bar. rpHE EVHNING TELEGRAM. all to-day's transactions in real~esj'ate, auction SALEs7~private sales, excuanoes and_ne'.y houses. It K M. ESTATE W ANTED. Tots wanted-on the east or west side. j Owners desiring to sell wnl lind It to their Interest to send diagrams and terms of sale to G. W. DITCH It FT, No. 11 New Chambers street. WANTED FROM III TO 100 ACRES, WITH LARGE mansion and outlaid lings, situated anywhere In I Westchester county; dimensions and price must be slated. Address O , Herald otllce. 9TH WARD DWELLING WANTED ?M IJST BE IN perfect order; neighborhood choice; no agents. Apnly at 29 Broadway, oibce 14, Hist Hour, from 10 to 12, or I to 3. nstruotlon. AN ENGLISH LADY, PROFESSOR OF SINGING AND muilc, who hat educated her daughter as a brilliant and successful concert player, has a lew vacancies In Iter uraurmy for singing and music pupl s that sne will nil on moderate I rnis Monthly concerts of pupils. Address M.u! ime ECKSTEIN'S Academy ol Nluglug and Mua.c, BOG Ninth street, comer ol S< coud uvenue. x ernuis i inr nninnin' hf a PRrTsdTXM A normal achool, who Dn* been a teacher for too Innt Id I yean and hua excellent reierencra aa to canaclty a'ol character, oilers her service* to school* or fatuities lor in.trnelion on the piano, In bIiikImk, Herman ami French Inneonjea an I all oilier achool biauchra. Address E. H., 2o7 Weal Forly-sixtii aireet. A PERFECT ENULISII TKAOIIKK FINOS DIRECTLY a altnatlou al the private achool 156 UoumlieiJ atri el, liohokeu, A. J. A LADY guin To OBTAIN A FEW MOItP, pupils, to whom she will tcacn French or Spanish crammall' ally or conversationally al ;tl4 per month. Address S. J., bux 11U llerald Uptown Uraauh oiUce, 1,Ji6 Broadway. C10LLEUK OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIKR, ) 411 West Fifteenth street. New York city. Studies will be resume > ou Mmlir, Sep;em o r 4. Private dwelling* Roe, *7* aad id Fest Flfxeeiiin street have beea tilted up expre?aly for llio belter acoommodatl n of the , Commercial and of tho Preparatory Courses a nmltcd number oi Students can h admitted to dine at the College. Entrance feo $5 I .Tuition 15 Per quarter Draw in; 5 /llaif board 28 H. IIU DON. S. .!., Presi ent. / slIAKLll'.R INS I ITUTK W'0R YODNO LADIES, 17 167 MA 1)IS iN AVi.NUK. This day achool will reopen ce| temlo r 21. Mr. ana Mr*. LLI8KE CUARLIER, Principal*. COOPER UNION.-FREE NIOIIT CltAMBS IN S( I nice and Art. The regular trim will commence Mondav, | October 2, 1671.? Applications for admission an re nude and inloimatlon obtained at tne ofhee of the Union Mot day. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, from 7>4 to a o'clock, beginning September 7. . AKRAM 8. HEWITT, Secretary. PACKARD'S BUSINESS CULLED E, METHODIST lltilulna, corner Eleventh street and Bmadw.iy, opens August I. StudeuU Can enter at any time. Send or call for aclrcular. S. S. PACKARD, Principal. ST. JOSEPH'S FEMALE ACADEMY, FLUSHING, N. Y. Studies resumed (lrat Moll lay in Seoleroncr; terms fir board and tuition $250 tier annum. For full particular! feud for proipectua. tlTANTED?A TEACHER OF ENGLISH BRANCHES Vv In the Jersey City t.ernian-Anie'ricitu Ara emy, New Jersey; lalary $WK(. Apply to CHARLES LoEKLE, en grayer, 183 Broadway, New York, ou Friday al.ernoon, at ft o'clock. dM r,n A TEAR BOARD AND TUITION, AT THE JpL?)U Epltcopal Academy, 11 addon Hold, N. J., Key. T. Jl. KE1LLY, rector. Bond for a circular. ~ 8TOKAUK. STORAOK FOR FURNITURE, AOUAOB, AC.. IN separate moms; 779 tlrecnwlcu itre -t, 5M llu leon street and 10 Abingdon suuaie. Odice, n>rj Hudson street. ROBERT TAUOART, Proprietor. AIKDICAIm A SPECIALTY NO FF.K UNLESS CURED. DR. R. COBBKTT, olBcf SO Centre iirect. ran lie conjoin- I privately on d l?eain; a ucceiaful practice of 41 years eu.it.es Inm lo coulldeuce. A. MADAME URINPLE. FEMALE I'll YS| c| AN. 11) . Meat Twenty siylh street, guarantees ifiiei ti ailllinale complaints. Pleaianl room! lor nursing. A CERTAIN CURB FOB MARRIED LADIES, WITH or without medicine, by Madame Kt-.Sl'bLL, Professor ol Midw.lery; over tbirtv years' practice, ller lulallnde French Female I'llli, No. I, prm $1 or No. 2, specially pre* pared for roamed ladlei, price wlilch can never fail, are sa eand healthy. Sold at her oillce, No. I Ea?i Fifty fecund street, corner ol Filth avenue, and at druggists*. l&J Greenwich street, No. 7 Siilh avenue and 122 Fulton street, Brook* lyu, or tent by mall. Caution?Beware of imitators. VORKAT AV'D SURE REMEDY FOR MARRIED laulce.?The Portuguese Female Pills a,ways give Immediate relief , ipeclady prepare I for married ladies. A la y write!: -"Three pills relieved me In out day. willioul inconvenience, like ma?ic." Price $6. Dr. MALHlCEAU, 129 Liberty street, or MM by mail. A LADIES' PHYSICIAN DR. II. D. GKINDLK, PRO. i a it'ppor 01 .eiuwuerv, ta year!' in practice in mi! , cut, guarantee* reitain re let, w.tb or *111111111 rredicmc; elegant room! lor ludlt-a renulring miri ng. ouica 11,) Writ fwciUyiUtb itreet, near Sixth avetiur. All private diseases permanently ccred; manhood effectually reitored. UK. LEWIS, No. 7 Beach itreet. 40 yeara' lucceenul practice. A -dr. and MMK. willktt CURI? a* ml Inter*!**. Their female reme Ilea nerer fall. Roomi for ladlei before and during confinement. J4 Welt Kortyfourth itreet, near Sixth avenue. DR. COOPER, 14 DUANE STREET, CAN BE CON ulted on private dlieaaei. 34 ye.iri' practice enablea him to make perieot cnres. NO pav UNLESS CURED -DR. AND MMK. WEST cure at one interview; their French P1II1 never fail. Boom* be!ore and during ounilneinent, 144 WeatlJto itriet, aearilh avenue, OTRANdERS VISITING TI1K CITY IN NEED OP PRIO vale and confidential treatment ehould conault the old medical BractitioLor. UR. LEW Is. Mo. 5 Beaen etraac M. V. PFLKMENT. AT IIYMAN'S, A.W BKOADWAY, CORNKR OK HDVD treel.?Liberal advances made on Diamonds an I Watches, Silverware, Ac., or will pay lb* highest market price for the hum. AT 71a BROADWAY PUNOIM, VifOIK BIA Camels' Hair Shawls, Ac., bought; a ?o Money llberallv advanced on the same. 1'rivate uJice Mo. 1 VV aabiuolon place, AT 67 THIRTEENTH STREET, Nl Alt BROADWAY?I pay tbe highest price fur Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. Ac., or advance on tl.e same. ISAACS', Diamond Broker, 57 i Tbirteenib street, near Sioa Iway. AT J. A JACKSON'S, NO. 5 AMITY STREET, THREE doom ?e.l of Broadway. Money advanced on Diamonds, Watches, J> we.ry, Silks, Dry uoods and Personal Property oi every deaeripiioa. asm t Might and sold, AT L. bernard'S, ? ? SIXTH AVK.NI K. BR I'.VEEN Twenty lour li and Twenly-llftli etrreta. Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewc ry an 1 all kinds of joods. Same bought at lull value. AT WOLF BROTHERS', sou BROADWAY, BETWEEN Nineteenth aud Twentieth streets. Money loaned on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware. Silks; particularly Pianos; private parlor-lor ladies, business strictly cuutidentlal. a bitatiam j. Jackson, on rrtiNCE street, near J\. Hroa twav, loans money on Diamonds, Wan he?, .lew- I elry, Silverware, silks. lliy (loot*, Wearing Appsrel mi l ; Personal Properly of every description. Private entrance i hall door. \T THE OLD KHTARLTBHKD OFFICE, tW NA SAO street, yon can obtain libei ul advance* on Utainnii a, Watrlie*, Silverware, Ac., or will purchase them at their utmost valuation, A. HOMlUMAN, Broker. Q/k NASSAU STREET. BETWEEN FULTON AND C\f John MrMta.?NKVTItAN LEOPOLD continue* the buying, It'lilng or advancing on limn Wat Jewelry, Pianos, Merchandise, Life Policies for any amouiil. HI') BROADWAY, NEAR TWENTIETH STREET, UP ?"! > at.air*,?Money advanced "n Bhimond-, Watche* Jewelry, Lares, Shawl*, Pianos, Ac.; *ame bought Oltlcu hour* from 1U to 6. A. C. II KIM'S. ASA AAA TO ADVANCE ON D1AMONM, i|ri)U,'HIU Watches, Silk*, and Lace*, at 8 per rout. Old gold und ?llver bought. UUDEN A CO., I8d Bowery, I formerly with Johnson at 189. PMilTlGAL. AT a special mekti.no of THE p. iu KBHNAN Assoc atl hi, held at fielr Club Room*, Ml East Broadway, Thursday evening, August hi, 1*71, Robert A..Jones, President, In toe chair, the following reiolutiou* were unanimously adopted Resolved, That the member* of this association, for them eiv * and a* in a measure the representative* of the democracy of the Fourth Sen vtorial District, having the most antttlM con. uence In the ability ami Integrity ol their present representative In the Senate of the '.-tale, tlio llcm. Win. M. Tweed, recommend hnn for renomlnatiou ny Ihu Senatorial Nominating Convention of the district, pledging him hereby In advance our persistent, hcailv and enthusiastic support, aud bespeaking for him the un llvidcil support of the nomocracy ot the district. And be It further Resolved, 'That In the linn. Edward J. Rhandley we recng*Im om of the mo*t luHuentl*! and uncompromlsiag diso* crats of this city. We regard him ss one of Its cliuseu leaders, whom we all delight to follow to victory In the anproachin ; coldest for State and local otllcas. We desire ill the most emphatic manner to recommend him to the County Nominating Convention a* to most prominent, deserving and uvailahie candidate for the inline of Register of this county, deeming It an honor to bo permitted to support blm lor that Id h ofilOO, and a so iu advance ph dging to Ion the active, undivided and earnest aid and co-operation of this nssociuiion in electing him to the said olloe ui Register of the Annniw in New Vnrt. CHARLES B. JARBOE. Secretary. NEW PUBLICATIONS. JUST PVRI1I8H8O THB following EIGHT highly Important Lettureii. bound logon ur nml entitled the Pidlosopny of Marriage1. Structure of Man; 2. Structure of V. oin.in; T Functions of Man and Woman; 4. Marriage; 6. Spermatorrhea; ti. Generative Xfeblllty; 7. fpecisl Disease*; 8. Treatment, as del leered at the New York Museum or Awonf,lSl Inadwiy, Nw lorb Parties who cannot attend caii nave them forwarded free, on receipt of lift cents, bv addressing SECRETARY new YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 618 Broadway, New York. Open from 8 A. M. to lb 1*. M. On Saturdays till 11 1*. M. TUST PUBLISHED?OFFICIAL ACCOUNTS OF THE fj Assets, Income, Expenditure an i Inability of the Lilt! Insure nee Companies organized or doing business In the Slate ol New 1 oi k, for tlie ycur ending December 'il, 1870. Compiled from the oiliciv returns. I vol., 8vo, 116 pages; nrtee $1. J. B. ECC1.ES1NE, olhco of the New York Underwriter, 100 Broadway. EUROPE. CI ltA.NO HOTEL DU LOUVRE, PARIS. (' Kite (la Kik.Ii. General reduction of prices. GRAND IIOTKL DU LOliVKK, PARIS, 700 drawing rooms ami bedrooms, elegantly furnished, ui 'roin l!f. grand hotel du louvre, pab1s. Breakfasts at Hf. h0o., woe Intlu led, I rout 10 A. M. till I P. M. GRAND HOTEL DU LOUVRE, PARIS. Dinners at of., wine Intruded, dally at 6 P. M GRAND iiotc.l DU louvre, PARIS, Re duel Ion tbioii .bout. The grand bade hotel and casino of saxon Walllfc, Swllr.crland, com IneO wllb the world-renowned Bromine and Iodine Springs, oO'er to tourists all the Inducements ot the Continental spas?concerts, promenades cursa il (trente et ipiarente, roulette a no zero), Ac. Direct railroad communication from Cenf and Basel with Saxony. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Married. I Appi.eton?Applkton.?on Saturday. Aneust 12, at Uie Leuatiou <>r ino United Sl.ttes, lieruo, Switzerland, t>y lito Hev. N. Sayre Harris, of New Jersey, william st'mmkk a pi'llton. oi iiohiou, muss., lo Edith Stuart, daughter of William Stuart Appleton, of N'ew tork. Baltimore papers pira.se ropy. Ai.LisjiN-MiLi.Kr.? On Wednesday evening. Angust .ii', at tbo Church of the Asccumou, by lie v. 8. H. Weston, D. IK, of SL John s (impel, assisted by Kev. Frederick Mil, Makv C., daughter oi William K. Mlliet, Ksi|., oi Cast Orange, M. J., to 1'houas Allison, of this city. Cubukv?I.oinls.-On Wodncsnay, August 30, ut the Church of iho Transfiguration, by the itev. Dr. Houghton, AirHONU l.- IUiokt to Eu#R> .v., daughter of Richard A. Lollies, all ol nils city. Died. Anderson.?Jn Brooklyn, on Wednesday, August LO, 1<j7I, A l,R van oku M. ANOKKSON, OgCtl 31 yfals. Bonce of funeral Hereafter. ahiioit.? Ou Th irs tay, August 31. Mary P., infant daughter of William and Josephine Abootl. The relatives and frleuds are respectfully luvited to alien i no ruuctai, on Friday, September 1. at ouo oviocx i'. M? from ber paieum' residence, 124 th si reel, between Sixt h and Seventh avenues. Black.?In Brooklyn, 011 Tuesday, August 29, John Black, ugifd 82 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, iruui the resuicm 0 of ins sou-ln-luw, ueorgo Weub. .'3 -acketi street, ou Frnlay, September 1, at two o'c.ock. Cave.?suddenly, on Tuesday, August 29, Etl'.a J a n e, wife of Cuarles j. Cave, Li the add year of uer age. The relatives and friends of the family, and also those 01 her brotliers-ln-law, Mr Henry Hume and l)r. David McNair, are respectfully Invited to attend Hie funeral, lroui tier late residence, 24 South Portlaud uveuue, near DeKalb, Brooklyn, ou Sunday afternoon, September 3, at two o'clock. Oonnf.ktj In Brooklyn, ou Wednesday, August, 30, af'cr a short illness, James Connkktjn. a native 01 tiic parish of itathcioyne, county Lougford, lieland, aged 30 years. I'ne reioiIves ami friends of the family arc respectfully Invited to attend the Mineral, from the residence o nis l>ro.Uer-iu law, 1'alricK Hopkins, corner of TPlury and Card streets, this (Friduyi afternoon. at baU-past tiro o'clock. Connoi.lv. -suddenly, at (ireenpolnt, Mrs. Cosnolly, 1 he beloved wife of the late Audrow Connolly, in me 57H1 yea:'01 her age. Due notice will lie given 01 the funeral. Curkan.?ou Thursday, August 31, at Yonkcrs, N. Y., Uk irok A. Cukran, youngest sou ol Hugh M. and Isabel t'nrl'au. The relative* ami friends of the family are respectfully iiiViied to attend the funeral, from the restdeuce ot Mr. John Davidson, oi me above place, on Friday, September 1, at three P. M. Curtis.?In l-afaveuc, Jersey City, on Thursday, August 3., Knkklanu, son of Captain E. F. and Luiy M. Curtis, aged 13 years aud 6 mouths. Notice of tuueral hereafter. Da'omuan.?ua Wednesday, Angti-t 30, after a protracted illness. Flizai biii, the beloved wife ot uwen uarrigan. in the i>2d \ ear of uer age. The relatives ami friends of the family are respectfully tiivned io attend the fuucrul, trout tier late residence, at Horatio street, on Friday, September 1, at two u'eioelt. Posoijok.?Anniversary mass win be celebrated In the Church of the Nativity, between Second and Third streets, for the repose oi the soul ot John lioNotioK. late ot No. 65 third street, on suturday, Bepirtnoer j. at nine o'clock precisely. Relatives and iriend* of the taimly are respectfully invued to attend. Kcquiescat in pace. FotisTKH.?At Rtverdale, on Wednesday, August 30, Reginald Hathaway, youngest sou ot Ueurgo II. and Constance A. Forster. The relatives ami friends are Invited to attend the funeral, uu .Saturday, seuteiubcr i. at half-past otto o'clock P. M., trout the retiideiice ot his parents, Kiverdale Paik. urriumi win oe In waiting at the depot on ilie at rival of the half-past twelve Hudson River Kalboad train. Maya?In Brooklyn, on Wednesday, August 30, Libokio Maya, aged u years, 1 month ami s days. I lie relatives and friends, also the memtiers of tho La Nacionale Society and La Prate i n id ad l.oogr, r. uiiii n. biu ici-inihunj iuiiicu in attend the funeral, from his Into residence, 80 Douglas street, on sundav, at two o'clock p. M. ItowARTU.?on Wednesday. August 3), jnu\ H iw \Rtii, wife of William liowartli, aged 37 years and 7 in. in lis. I he relatives and rnends of the family aro respec uuliy luvited to attend the funeral, from her late residence, 1.I& Klglillt avenue, tuis (Friday) afternoun. at one o'clock. Kino.?On Wednesday, August 30, 1871, Mrs. Anns Kino, aged 84 years. Tne funeral will take place at one o'clock to-day, 8sptunioer l. from the residence ol her son, James King, Fort Washington, I H.>th street. Relatives and friends arc respccliuliy Invited to attend without further notice Kissam.?on Wednesday, August 30, Ciorob K i sam, Jr., In the 3id year of his age, sou of George and Margaret Ki-sain. l he relatives and iriendsof the family are respect* fully invited to attend the funeral, froin me residence of his pareuts, 78 state street, Urooklyn, on Snnnav, September 3, at nine o'clock A. M. Ills remains will oe interred at Jamaica. L. 1. | Mil.so.?At l>arleu. Conn., on Wednesday, August 30, Ksthkhina, daugnter of John S. and Leonora p. Kelso, aged 4 years and 10 monthi. Funeral services will he held at tne residence of i I her parents. Darien. conu.. on Friday morning, 1 3 September i, at nar-past eleven o'clock. carriage* will be in waiting ai the staiiilurd depot on the arrival >l the nine A. M. >ew lor It an J New liaven train from New York. Lamijkkt.?On Wednesday, August 30, Caroms* Malcolm, youngest daughter of Joshua 0. and Justine M. Lambert, ugeu jt years. M alloy.? In Brooklyn, on Wednesday, August 31, Cakkik a., eiuo.st daughter or Robert J. .vialloy, aged 30years, s months aim 15 nays. Tlie relatives an I from is of the family are respectfully invited to attend the luneral, Irom me Fresbyterian Oliurcli corner of Cla-sou avenue uo l Monroe street, on Saturduy alternoou, September j, at three o'clock. Ma.nskikld.?At Dobh.s' Fcrrv on W >ine .lay, August 30. A lick, daughter of Silas Man Held. Funeral services at the I'reso, t.-rian church, on .Saturday, September J. at two o'clock I'. M. Mii.i.Kit.?At (ireenburg. Westchester county, oti Thursday, August 31, Jam. K., wile ol colonel James M. Miller. ' The relatives and friends nro rerjuested to attend the iiiueral, from the old Methodist church at Whlto l'lalns, on JSHtuiilay, Feptsmher 3. a' twelve o'clock. Mcc'abk.?On Wedue-duy, August .o, at .S3 Last Tenth street. Kllkn McCai;b, aged 32 years. The funeral will take place from her late residence. on Friday, September l, ?t two o'clocka i.ii .i i ? u ........ .i /'.win on I'liniailiir. Angustai, Henry K. SaFldinu, in tuo ,uth year of his age. Funeral at two o'c'oric, Monday, September 4, from ills late residence. Trai ,a leave Twentyseventh street end Fourth avenue, at tiulf-p.i t oleveu and tiuarter-past twelve A.M. Returning, leave Stamford at m\ r. M, Sni.i.iVA.N.?on Tuesday, August 29, Catherine Suli.ivan, aged us years. 'Hie relatives anil friends of t'10 family are respeciully invitee to attend the luaeral, fruui No. 49 Madison Btreet, this (Fridayj a.teruoon, at one o'clock. >?vi.vester. ?On Thursday, A'tau^thl, 1871 IIknuy Ci.ay, youngest son of Dart s aud hli/.abotii Sy.vester, aged 1 year aud 4 mouths. The rclalives aud friends oi Die family and memliers of Zeredetlia Dodge 4v.'t, are resi ecifully Invited to attend the fuu rat, fiom the parents' residence, 5470 Eighteenth streel, to-inorrow, at turee 1'. M. Buffalo papers pletfce topy. Tin.v.?on Wednesday, August 30, MAitoAUEr Tkuy, in the 5*gd year of her age. Mtiy her soul rest in pence. The remains will he taken lrmu her late residence, 32;t Kast lhirty-sccond street, lor interment In Calvary C'ouietery, on Sam. day. September i, at two 1*. M. MaISCNiC. (-riiiiil lOncumpiiieiit of" Knights Templars at Now Haver, Conn. Nf.w (Iaven, Conn., August 30, 1871. The day opened yesterday, the 29th, most unfavorably Tor the garnering of the Knightly clans at their auniiul encampment at New Haven. Hut toward noon the sun catne out, the gciulo south wind blew aud tlio Sir Knights yesterday had delightful weather. About nine o'cIock Hamilton Coinmaudery, of lirnlgepori, assembled at ineir asylum and to the number of about sixty, under eoinmand ot Sir sapiiiel II. Sumner, 10. (J., and, preceded by the Wb.'eter .t Wilson baud, m uclied lo thpdesnl in tune co tuk.o t'10 express tram to tills city. They made a lino appearance. Mubseq fiitly additional members joined ttiu rank-, so that at tiros* jiarade last evening tnoy numbered eigliry Mir KniMit-, report, ng a larger number tinui ail v.other on tno li M except Near Haven lommamicry. (in tlieii arrival ut New liaveu uie.v were received by tiio templars or tiut city uud escorted to tne C recti. wlicro iliey were jomeil by ten comm.indent'* trout various parts of tlie State, an i when formed lu lute presented a magnUceut anpearance. About noon tne proi exslon commenced to tnovo, and alter un Hour's inarcn Hie around assigned lor tlie encatnpuient was reacued, directly west ol Urove 1'aluce. Hie tents Had been already set up and were ready tor occupation. They are arranged in tUo form or a parallelogram; Hie tents ol Uie Knights iorining ilie oilier boundary ol llic camp, those ol the o.beers being placed in the middle or uie square, i tie various commander.cm were assigned ttie.r quarters, and soon all bauds were busy in giving tne ibd-Iinig lorn tics to downy couches, made ol tlie bent ol oat liu \. At two O'clock, dinner was served In the drove 1'alaee, the lie id piartcrs ol tno connuissaty depart meat, wiilcli is presided over by Mti Knight Charles If. Lockwood. In the afternoon there was drilling, and at ubouc six o'clock, a dress parade, in mo evening tlie Kinging attended service ut Christ church, West lluvou. Hie service at the cnurcli was un Interesting part of the programme laid out by tne Mr knights. I lie choir, iii addition to the chants or ma Episcopal service, sung a processional and a recession tl, aiso Coronation and Old lluudied, in waicti the Mir Knight* joined. The church was ornamented with suii.tblo symbols uhd motto, s and the banners oi the coinmaudcries. Mir Knight C. Pollard Adams, tlie rector, preached, uud several cler, jruieu were present to i nke part in the s> i vices. The great event ol to-day was I tie clambake served ut two o'clock r. ai. a heavy rain bad interfered somewhat with the in rangeuieiits an 1 tended to Keep away many who would otherwise have been there. Notwithstanding this more than 1.000 sat down to meal (hivalvuiar.) Places had been ordered for a very large number, and were found to | be not too ample, despite tno tailing to. renis a I splendid time ensued and great good nuiuor pre1 vailed. To-morrow, at three o'clock P. M.. there will be a I grand review ny tlie (Hand Commander and Hov eruur Jewul. ou tuo Grneu, after wiiicii lie seveial coiuiuauiloiios will he dismissed aud icluru hemic. D^rAjLilMLNr OF BUIIDIXJGS. Wi'fk'y llrport oi Superintend.-ur ,11a 'rrior? Now lin Idinu* Uri'c.cili Alti'railnan ruU (iim.ilr tin IdiuK*. The following report of the Department of Bullfl" trigs, supplied iiy Superiutcn lent Alitprcgur, lurulshes insiructive and valuable in rot inutiou and will he pet used with interest hv uilclnzeus:? NEW HUH.1*1 IIKUWN S I K. 1 ebon It, ?. w cor. Madison ar. anil 53d at, 1 story, 1J5II20; 1 I .euili Presbyterian t'uuroh Society, owner. 2 lint c ana u,?e,:i ma, a. a. u both ?U, ihti it. e. of 6tl> ar., 4 stores, 22.6x51; n 1- ill ad ey, on tier 2 iiia'. i last l .ve.u. a. o; 4<tu at., 529 ft. w. of Etb nr., 4 stories, i.xu't; Wlilaini'. L-s;cr, < vner. 1 lint ciass uwellbik, No. 41 A at o4ln ?t., 4 atoriea, 26xS0j Cloud us L. M moll, uwrii r. 1 i rat class dwelling, u. a. of 4 t!i at., b< tween Madison aud 5th tiva., 4 stone*, 2 i.eo; W llliuiu Kemp, owner. 1 toueuieot, 123 '.vest 4-th at., b stories, 26x58; Aaeher llrrnat, owner. 1 tenement, a. a. f 7th t.. 125 ft. tv. of 1st av., 4 atones, 2l'x 6U, W. P. .4 A. il. Parsons, owners. IIKI'li. 9 tenemi'iits, w ?. 2il nr., from both to C>st St., 4 stories, 20x 25x.i'2, Thomas J. < tuiimiria, owner. 2 teiieineiits, .04, 70b aou ills Jib sr., b stories, 23x58; J as. Lewis, owner. II tpueinents. 472, 422and 424 10th av., 6 atones, tb.bx'iox 70; Wui. J. Hesalir, owner. 2 tenements, s. a. uOtli at., 100 ft. e. of li th sr., 3 atoriea, 50 ltd; Maurice Levy, owner. .1 tenement, e. a. loth av., 75 ft. u. of 33d at., 4 stories, 20x 55; J. Ilallli.au, owner. I t neini'iit. n. s. bath at., I'M fl. w. of 7tb ar., 4 atoriea, 22x 50; Win. Frith, owner. 1 tenement, 287 Umecltar at., 5 storks, 24x67; J. Iloff, owner. 1 tenement, e. s. 2d ar., 50 ft. s. of 82<1 st, 4 stories, '25x5j ; Margaret Crontgan, owner. 1 tenement, n. wr. corner Feck Slip and Water St., 5 stories, 8l'.;ii4i>. John M. Lalel, owner. 1 tenement, w. e. Water at., 46 ft. n. of Peck Slip, 6 stones, 81.0X37 ; John N. F.atel, owner. 1 lencuis at, n. s. 32 I St., .00 ft. e. of lltli a v., 5 stories, 2St Si, John Kiick, owner. 1 teuemeut, TJ bank at., 4 stories, 25x54; C. Schafer, owner. I second class a'ore, e. a. t'hureu at., 61 ft. 10 In. n. of Lis. peuard St., 4 atoriea. 2JxbU; S. V. Levi, owner. 1 workshop, n. a. 5bth at., 80 It. w. of id ar., 3 stories ; 25k 20; Nathaniel Kiircnlll, owner. 1 laciory, n. a. 74th St., 1x5 ft. e. of 3d ar., 4 stories, Soi90: J. h. t>oyne. owner. 1 stable, 290 Last 38ib St., 3 stories, 29.6x81; A. Uuspfel, OWUer 1 stable, n. . 4 hit at., 100 It. w. of 6th ar., 3 itoriea, 60x40; John Hlauey. owner. 1 liable, So Wamlngton place, rear, 3 atoriei, 36.2x30; Mr. blebert, owner. A I.TP RATIONS. 1 brick iecond clam dwe ..ox. No. 107 Weit 25th it.. 3 Itorlei, ?ll? tU. baieiuent ami bril llonr alt ro I, wl b a alore and eitenalun built, 3"x7,3 itonei hlgb, Leonard Apnle.y owner. 1 bri. k dwelling, No. 716 riroadway, t itorlei, ibi'M, note (tore front; A. U. Hammertly, owner. 1 brick iecond ela dwelnnj. No. 140 31 ae., 8 itoriea, 2l:x.i.'t. new atore front, Joel H. tlatman, owner. 1 orown itnne bra; clan dwelling. No. 306 Weil Silt it.. 3 toriel, I8..'xt6, extended lc.9xi2.B, and 16 It. bign; M. Taylor, owner. I frame dwelling. No. 126 Knit 1.91b Ik, 2 itorlei, 20x33, 1 llory to be added ; I.. Hoppner, owner. 1 brick ilore and tenement, No. gut Kaat 16th it., 5 itorlei, 2ux47, extended 13x2o aud 31 fk bigli; William Heine, owner. 1 brick lint clan dwelling e. i. I'nra a ., ne?r 4.dll., 4 itoriea, with Maueard mo.. 24x 0 extendi I oil iwrtb aide _.,x 4", 63 II. high, to be naed for hotel; Janiei K. Sbaw, owner. I brown alone liril ci.taa dw dung, No. loj A eat I'd al , 4 ilnriea, 19x50. extended 19x19, and i3 feet bb;u,J. f. lit 1win, owner. I brick aecond clan etore, No. 101 Attorney at , .1 itor.ei, 25vrtil, one atiry to be added; Aiexi ider Stem, owuer. I brick taotory, Noa. 2I0 and Hid lvdndge a:., & tlonei. 77i 18, top I ton to be r< mo b-Ue 1 and alteted ; J. H. H?y , owner. 1 neciind ciaam <i? 'UHi 1. No. 17.1 Itrnorne it.. Ir e* two lories un.i attic, 2ua.W. extended ??S aud lii a. ul*b ; Kredillicit Meek, owner. Tito following ntisafo buildings ami unsafe chimneys were rep or te J during mo *ce? ending August 31, 1S71:? Brums-)*. Clinton ?t., PlUiW, H< rnliard it cluk. owner; iiD?afe roof anil rear wail. bthar., t>8S, HenJ. Richardson, owner; unsafe north wall, nor pmperlr shored up. bill ar.. WO, Henj. Klchardson, owner; unsafe ?out!i wall, nor properly shore I up. OreeDwich St., Sdo. lobn P. Rot In. agent; unsafe girders au i second story lloor beams. 2d nr., s. w. cornei li Hi st.. estate Of Robert Urr; unsafe corner pier and cracked Jlnteie. Madison et., 4V. I*ugene Kcic tas, owner; unsafe north cable wall from eioaea'lon. Pearl St., 297, Josrgli Ajate, owner: unsafe rear wall, northerly pier, broken tiles and lliitcis. Pesrl st., 29', A M. I.yon, owner; unsafe sou'.bsrly wail and arches over windows. CHIM SPTA. Sia'e st., No. 2, Coles' estate; overhanging and out of plumb. Bayard St., do and 87, Morris Lery, owner; bulged and cracked. Pearl st, 299. A. M. Lyoo, owner; bulged and cracked. Savino Fcvrrai. kxrensus a child only a fotr davs ol?l died in l.owcll, Ma vs., :a*t weoa, mid tho lather placed it in a jar tf alchol. riio wife died on Wednesday, and the child's bod? was taken out and placed In a coitln with Its m iher. Wnon asked to explain this singular conduct tho husband ami lamer replied that no preserved the child to wait lor Its mother to die, ami thug vconoatue tuneral exMama