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WHOLE NO. 13,539. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS* AMUSEMENTS?Kun Paqr?Fourth, fifth and sixth columns. AS'tR into i? 9?coki> Pace?fourth column. BILl>I AKU.-t?Firit Page?Sixth column. BU.VKDfc.rs WaSTKU?okcohd Paor?second, third and boakuurtanuU ODQINO WANTBD-Sbuond Paob? , BROOKLYN BOARD?Secowd Paok?Fourth column. BROOKLYN REAL Ed i ate FOR SALE?nikth pag*? busines.^OPPuRTUXlTIES?Eight* Pao*?Fifth column. . . businkss NOTICES?8bvewth Paob- Sixth column, err* rkal ESTATE FOB sale-Ninth Pack? First column. ? , . . CLERKS AND SALESMEN?Twelfth PAM-ThlrJ column. CLOTHING?'Twelfth Pao*?Fifth column. OOACtiMEN AND 0.\ ItDKNERa?Twelfth Page? Third ?nU loi'rih column*. ? ^ CO AS l WISE STEAMSHIPS?Second Paos?Sixth column. COPARTNERSHIPS? Eighth Pag*? Fourth column. COUNTRY BOARD?Second Pag*?Fourth column. DANCING ACADEM1E ? Ninth Page- ouitli column. DENTISTRY?Twelfth Paob?filth column. DRY GOODS? First Paob?Fourth column. DWEEL1NG UOl'SES O LET. Fl! RNISIIRD AND UNFURNISHED?First Paob?Filth column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Sbco.no Pagi?Filth and sixth columns. EUROPE?Eiohth Pagb?Filth column. EYES A\D E.iRS?Eighth Pagi ? slxih co.uinn. EXCURSIONS?mm'ond Pagb?Sixth colunm. FINANCIAL?Eighth Paob? fourth column. FOR SALE?Twelfth Pagk?Slxin column. KUKNiSHE ROOMS AND APARl.Mr.NT8 TO LET? Fiimt Paob?Filth and ?lxth columns FURNITURE?Eighth Pagb? flxth lolumn. FRENCH .iDVtR; IhKMBNTS?Twelfth pigr-Flfth column. help \v a NTED?FhM ales?Twelfth pagk-Socond iini third columns HELP WA.>T D?MALES?'I wELrTU Pago?Fourth and tilth colmnnH. HORfiE , CA<: ill AGES, AC.?First Pag*?Third and ton rtn columns. HOTRL ? econd Pagb?Fourth column. HOUSES, ROOMS. AO., WANTED?Eigo rii PaC*?Sixth column. TNSTRi.C ION?Eighth Paob?Sixth coiu.i.ii. ' l.OAN OFFlOi* rt?Twelfth Paob?Sixth oo'u.nn. LOaT AND K<il'ND?First l'?u?? flr*i <.-ol ftin. MACH1N RY?Twelfth paub-<-slxth colum.i. lUAElIL ' MANl'F.liO?Second I'Aiit? Fourth column. MEDICAL?l'w?'mi Page?Filth column. MlLLlrt r.UY AND DRESSMAKINU?rihst 1'agb-FoUrth column. MFIilTAkV?ninth Pi/s^Pniirtli PAlnmn. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTo?Tenth Page? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS?Twelfth Pack?t-'ix li column. MUSICAL?Ninth Page?Third column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?Seventh I*agb?Sixth column. PERSONAL?First Pace?First column. PIANOFORTES, OROANS, 40.?Mntu Pace? ihlrd column. PROPOSALS?Eighth Page?Sixth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTc.ll?FEMALES? Twelfth Page?First and !>ccond columns. PROPERTY OUl' OF THE CITY FOR SALE .OR TO RENT? Ninth Pack?Second coltuun. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANUE-Mkth Pace?Third column. RF. L ESTATE WANTED?Ninth Page?Third column. REWARDS?First I'aoe?First column. KALES at AUCTION?Seco.no Pace?First and second columns. SITUATION.. WANTED?PEMALEc?Klkvrnth Page? First, second, third, fourth, flt'tii and sixth columns, and Twelfth Page?First column. SITUATIONS WANTED-M ALES?Twelfth Page?Third column. SPECIAi, NOTICES?First Page?First and second columns. SPOHTI NO?DOOS, BIRDS, AO.?First Page?Second column. 8UMM .11 RESORTS?Second Pagf?Fourth column. THE TRADES?Twelfth Page?Fifth oolnmn. THE TURF?First Page?>ecoiul and third columns. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?First Page? Fourth and fifth < oumns. TRAVELLERS' UtJlDE?Second Park?Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Fiprt Page?Sixth column. WANTED To PURCHASE?Ninth Pack-Third colunrn. WEsTOtlESTlSR COUNTY PROPERTY tOR SALE OR 10 LE'l ? Ninth Page?First and second colums. WIN'IER Rl SORTS?Second Page?Fourth column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, JkO.?Twelfth Page?Fifth column. Ill- DAM) BPASfH OFFICE-UPTOWN. J^DVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD BfiVAiTAL' At inc wrrivo, 1,265 BROADWAY AND MO SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIftfsT AND THIRTY-SECOND STREETS. OFFICli OPEN EVERY DAT AND NIGHT IN THE YEAR. ADVERTISEMENTS ARK RECEIVED AT ALL HOURS UP TO 9 P. M. AT OFFICE RATES. NEWSDEALERS AND HOTS SUPPLIED WITH HERALDS AT 4 O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING. ADVERTISERS AND NEWSDEALERS ATTENDED TO WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST SOCALLED BRANCHES IN TWENTY-THIRD AND THIRTY-SECOND STREETS. PARIS AGENCY OF THE SEW YORK HERALD. 'MESSRS. KREMER k CO., AMERICAN REGISTER, HAVE BEEN APPOINTED~PABIS AGENTS FOR THE HEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SOPPLY DEALERS WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO SINGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER, TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. PERSONAL. T> D D EI-WILL MEET YOU AT BARKER * I> rhnoA'a ih a dflv ftf Mnnrrtn nuiinfv aalu i'liii auklpf1ia. CE. F. WILL FIND ME AT 105 WEST TW~ENTY recond street L. WALCOTT. For"adoption?two beautiful rabksT apply to Mme. DESPARD, 41 Hast Twenty-eighth (tract, near Fourth avenue. I'ftiik personwho lost a sumof money and Inquired for It at the Powery Savings Dunk will call again some Information may be obtained. M~ l^NI NO?SINCE ~ SEPTUM BE It 8, WHEN IIK b'artr.d to see tho reception of the Seventy-Unit regiment in WiliHmsburg, Thomas J. Gil lam, aged 24, tall sud Hllm, light complexion, light hair and beard; wore a dark brow n coat, fray tweeu pants, blue Milk necktie, black le I that and laced fhoes; was in sick health! Information will be thauklUliy received by his parents, at No. 217 Lorimer street, W illiamsburg. N. Y. T~~iie "gentleman w no called and" lri t watch nnd chain on Wednesday afternoon In Thirteenth street will please call and get them, or will dispose of them. oiii.d" ht5irinnj7anr~jr.. of ballymena' county Antrim, lately arrived in New York, call at 133 l'earl street, Brooklyn, this evening, alter b, and see his Uncle I'atrlckr LOST AND FOUND. Lost?on Saturday evbnino, on the way by t-tagf to liie 4:60 Wail street ferryboat, a Pocketbook, containing a sum of money and other article?. I he Under will bo lit erally rewarded upon returninp tho same to the Financial Record otHee, 42 Hroad street L~"ORT-ON THK" 9TII OK SEPTEMBER," A 17 FOOT Rowboat. psinted white inside; varnished outside. Expense* will be paid by returning It, or giving notice to JOHN MURPHY, Boat Builder, foot ol West Forty-ninth Street. J" OST? AUGUST 9, 1873, TWO CERTIFICATES FOR 100 J shares each Pacific Mail Steamxhm Company's stock, No. 60,142 >n name of J. Edward Maslin, No. 57,M4.),iu name ol White, Morris A Co. The public are cautioned against negotiating same, as transfer has been stopped and new certificates applied for. VERM AM A HAY, 34 New street, New York. REWARDS. ~ d>C REWARD.?LOST, THE 12TII INST., AN ENVE Jp?) lope, containing three naval disrliaigs, with name ol Peter Ohlson, in going irmu 72 .Market street to Navy Yard, via Catharine lurry. Please return to PETER OHLSON, 72 Market ?tre"t, New York. Q?r REWARD.?LOST, ON THE 13TII, ON 8TEAMRR ft; Plymouth Hoc*, a (told Ring with hair ratting. The above reward will be paid by leaving it at -U.I ICa.it Bixiy-iltlrd strict, or I. hi RUTHKRH, .5 Chambers street, room 12. $/t RRWARD.?LOST, IN KQCITABLR BUILDIMO or elsewhere, ona bound Hook of superficial measurement*, of no use to any but the owner. Return to NAIL A 8AURKL, 26 Howard street. djr RRWARD.?f.OST, ON SATURDAY, A YELLOW t)P*J Scotch Terrier; ears and tail cut; had on brass collar with owner's name. I. VAN RADKN, 13 CnrUfopher street ' * REWARD.-STOLEN, FROM SO CHRYSTIE Btreet, a inouNC-coloreil Bloodhound; tan feel: wart en the end ol his tail-.answers to the name ot "BlooUdo." Anybody returning hlin or giving Information of hi* Whereabouts sliuli receivo^be above reward. No <|Uestions asked. $9il ,RKWARl) -Losr or""stolen, FROM 1)N ' bonrd the trench steamer I.'Kuropc, or trom the wharf ol the company, trier iv> North River, on Thin s2fv' \ ?ri.' * ^!,,n(>ie or Wrapi), luu/, Ac., in a fcliawl "trap. The above reward will be paid lor the re urn ol these articles to room I, No 69 William atrect, corner of Cedar, between 11 A. M. nnd 4 P. M. BMIOIAL MH'K ks. A ?KKNTI.'OKY STATE LOTTRRr ForTHF RRNF A . fit of ihe schools of Frankfort, draws daily For Inlonnailon send or apply to JOShi'lI JlAiES. ABtnt. IMS Broadway, loom . -IIA VAN A LOTTERY. ? I1 IC KE M DIRECT FROM . the government every drawing; circulars siviiia full information, freo. JOSEPH HATErt, Hroiier 1W Broadwiy. roou>?. ' A -Pl LIBRARY OF KENTl I'KY. ill E*-UoTornor Thomas R. Bramlrtte.Manager. Fourth Grand (>l't Concert and Drawing at Louisville. December x 1?7H. 12,0) I gitt?, aituregating SI,5;*),(Wit; highest gtftUBO.OOO; one ol fli)0,t Of. olio of SWOUn, An.\ lowest 81ft II*),. 1)0 tickets were sold for last Concert, only J.lOO tickets issued for the fourth conn rt, half of which are Intin .ea for the European market. The capital pri.-c ot $li?i,(> 0 at lait concert was drawn At Kingston, VftM., and money paid by draft on Fourth National Rank, New York Tickets t.iu, tenths each. Kor tickets, circuiarsor.lniorinatlon apply to TIIOMAB H. 1IAY3, Man* irr, Branch office. 601) Broadway. :e ne NEW " r -????? SPBCIAL NOTICES* A" ?iit-RALD li RANCH OPKICR, BROOKLYN, corner oi Fulton avenue and Roerum street. Open irotn e A. M. to a P M. On Sunday irom a to 9 1'. M._ J^AVARIAN BEER TUnNEL. We herewith beg to leave Information with our customer* und friend* that our ntrw place in the Ne>v York Maais-Zeitung Bui ding. Tryon row. will be opened to-nay liloitday >, the IStli inst. W? shall have tho lol.omng kinds of Beer on tap. In original barrels, irom Ui a. M. Imported Kului'ach Lager Beer. lm;>or ed krlsugen Lager Beer. Imported Kit/inuon i.ager Beer. Alio superior Rochester Lager Beer. Cincinnati Lager Beer. !-t. Louis Laser Beer. Tills Is the i n.it selection of Lager Beer ever offered In America at the same time. The elegant and grand, lull well known Bottling hs'abll?hment, which we have removed from 241 Broadway, may be In p. o ed oy any visitor. Most respec fullv, UOLLKKDKR Jt CO., New York Stasts-Zeitun, Building, Tryon row. Principal office. 241 Broadway, old |ilnee. Glenuam hotkl. fifth avenue, between Twcnty-Orst and Twenty sccond street*, on the European plan. ?Room*, on suite or singly, lor either permanent or transient guests. ALBERT H. CRANKY, Proprietor^ Havana lottery.?next drawing 17t11 inrt. a. CAsaL Jt CO., bo. f> Wall str.*t. Post office box 4,251 New York, fcranoh office 4? Broad street. Havana lottery ofcuba. Royal *axon Ooverament Lottery, City 01 Hamburg lottery. Brunswick (lovcrnin.rot Lottery. Prizes cashed ana ill formation given. theodore zschoch. Post office box (vC80. llii Nas*au street. Havana lott.-.ry.-next drawino inn septeinbcr. Prizes cashoil, lull Informs't in given, circulars w?t tree and orders tilled. A. BROWN, 52 Broadway. Box 2,542 Post office. Havana lottiry.-$515,000 will be drawn September 17; whole tickets t'ti, halves. Ac., in proportion. A. SCHNEIDER t CO., 35 Wall strcot, basement. KUHLMANN A CO., BANKERS, 40 BROADWAY, execute orders tor Havana Lottery, wholesale and retail, or, 1 c**h prizes Foreign Kxchuuge and Pa-sage Office. l'o<i office box 3,585. Keniccky state lottkry-for tiie benefit ot the schools of Frankiort. dally. Circular giving full Inlormnt on sent froe. Address (J. C. UALL A CO., Brokers, 73 Nassau street, room 3. None I'.?ALL the members OF THE COSMOpolitan Culinary Association of tho : tate ot New York are Invited to attend a general nieetin r, on Monday evening. September 15, at 8 o'clock, at their Club Rooms, 113 Wes 1'wentv-acventh street. i dw-aro bernard, Secretary. OFFICIAL DRAWINO NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY, for the benefit ot the Common School and Poor Fund. kxtiia class, ho 249?skitkxbkk 13, li<73. 45, 29, 41, 59, 6J, (8, 49, 70. 40, 47. 4. 2. NORTH CAltOLINA?CI.ASS NO. i50?.llCm.MBKIt 13, 137S. E5. 2tl. 32, 29, 12, 74, 49, 9, 40, 31, 74, Si, 43, 45. (lEilKKN A CO., Managers. LUTHY A CO.. Brokers, 232 Greenwich street. New York. POOLS SOL.I) TO-DAY, U O'CLOCK, AT RLACK'S llolel, comer 10;h s reet and Tliir.i avenue, on boat race between Roach and Losce. T. H. JOHNSON. Ki;i AU II n Y AO A Wlir-ni. New Scheme out: *52j,D0U drawn ererjr 17 dnys, commencing August 30,187J. 1 prize of $100,1)00 1 prize of 60,000 1 prize of 2.rv0i> ZprizcsofilO.iHO 20,0)0 6 prizes ol $',000 30 000 W7 other prizes, amounting to $300,000. Information famished: order, tilted. Circular* sent iree on Hpp^cation. .Spanish Bank Bills unit Uovernments purer used. TAYLOR ft CO., Bunkers, 11 Wal! street. ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.?NIWT DRAWING September 17: $526,0JO in prizes. Circulars sent free, Information given and order* filloii by l\ C. DEVLIN, Stationer and Printer, o0 Liberty ftreoi, New York. Richard montqoheuy'8 patents aru in Dispute. 1 caution perrons amiln^t purchasing. AMtiLIA momgomehy. Administratrix. OTATE LOTTERIES OF MISSOURI. ' O Orand sinu'le number scheme, drawn tho l?*t day #f evBry month, $30OC0Jin prizes: whole HcHcUjlO. Wend lor circular to MURKAY, MILLER ft Co., Managers, St. Louis, Mo. STAMMERING.?NEW YORK STAMMERING INSTI. tute, I'l oioisors MANN A t OLVIN, establislmd 1K70, 107 Vest Itventy-third street." No pnv for hoard **hen required or our services until carod. f-end tor circalar. Translations made in all languages correctly?Books, Pamphlsta. Catalogues, Circulars and all kinds ot commercial and judicial documents. Oftico 20.1 Broadwnv, room 1. J, B. LUNA. 5 ANN STREET.?SHOW CARDS, SIGNS AND PRICE Tickets ready made and to order, at short notice. J. MULLEN. U.CQQ KQQ 18 DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGAL,000 Ized Kentucky I ottery; Royal Havana nd Kentucky circulars tree: 12% cents commission allowed. Address KALEY ft CO. (ofBce established M years). 174 Broadway. SPOnTIIVQ?POfiN, BIHDS, AC. A?FOR SALE. ALL KINDS OK FANCY DOGS. Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all diseases: Prepared Food for mocking birds. At B. O. DOVEY'S, No. S Ureeno street, near Can J. FRANCIS BUTLER, NO. S PECK SLIP, HAS ALL the choice breeds ot Dors, imported ratting and rabbltiOi; Ferrets; Butler's Infallible Mange Cure and Flea Exterminator. 7fc.; Butler's new work, $2; dogs boarded, trained, ftc.; mediclncs tor all diseases. F" OHTER ft_MEYhRS' NEW DOO AND BIRD STORE^ No. S Amity street, near Broadway. New York, have the !!:ie?t collection N' scotch, sic*?, daiidy, diamond and black and tan Terriers for sale, weighing from S to 10 pounds. Medicine for all diseases. For sali:-a laroe Newfoundland and Watch Dog, 3 years old, cheap, at No. 7 Sixth av. F- INK LOT OF IMPORTED* TKRRIKRH, ONE VERY flnc King Charles spaniel Doe; also fancy Chickens, Pigeons, Rabbits, Ac., at liALE k GONKLIN'S, Ml Fulton street, ~~ THE TURF. Deer foot drivino park.?trotting.?mosT day. Kept 15. at 2^ P. M., match for $200; be?t three lo five. John Philip*' r. b. Frod Tvler. lo wagon. Win. Thorn's br. g. ColoneLin harness. Admission JO rent*. WM. McM A HON, Superintendent. ttazleton park association, hazleton, luzerne county. pa. FALL MEETING, SEPT. 23, M, 2S, 187* PREMIUM $3,000. first day. TUESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1373. ' PURSE No. 1, $400, 3 minute race, for horre* that have never beaten 3 minute* First horse, S2P0; second horse, S 11*0; third horse,, $60; fourth hor.-c. $<0 PUiiSB No. 2, $900 (2:33), for horses that have nevor beaten 2:31 First horc, $ '.W; second hor.se, $123; third horse, $74; fourth horse, $60. SEONI) DAY. wednesday, sept. 24, 1873. PCJRSE No. 3, $1'.'0 (2 JO), for horses that have never beaten 2:50. First horse. $200; secoud horse, $100 - third horse, $60; fourth hors?. $40. l'URSK No. 4. $tit>0 (2:37), for horses that here never beaten 2:37. First horse, $300; second horse, $lj0; third horse, $90; fourth horse, $00. THIRD 1)AY. THURSDAY, SEPT. l\ 1873. n n i' i-?u. w, i< i iiiirsr^ uui navr never beaten 2:42. First horsa, 91S0; second horje, 975; third hor-e, $4 .; fourth horse, $30. PURSK So. fl. 9800 (2:29). for horses that haie never beaten 2:2a First horse, $400; second horse, 9200; third horse, 9120; fourth horse, 990. Parties from New York take Central Railroad of New Jer?oyand Lehliih Valley Railroad, Panics trom Philadelphia take North Pennsylvania Railroad, Parties from Reading ship horses via Allentown and Lehigh Vallry Railroad. I'arlies trom Klmlra, Lehigh Valley Railroad. C. PARDKE. President^ New dorp club grounds, station island.? Purse 9150; three quarter track heats; t?*? three in Ave lo harness. Saturday, September 20, 1-73; flve horses to en er mid thr.-o to start; 9150 to first hor-e, 930 to second, 920 to third, open to all horses that have never beaten 2:1". Entrance to be made to proprietor in wriilng, with 10 per cent, on or before Welnrsdav, SeptemLer 17 Inst, at 9 P. M. Entranc? to the ground* MV. It- R. RVEKS, Proprietor. PROBI'KCT" "I'A l!K FAI K CROUNU ASSOCIATION. Fall Meeting, 1873; 910,000 in premiums. First day, Tuesday, September 23. Purso No. I?91,000, for horses that have never beaten 3 minutes; 9 00 to first, 92% to second, 9130 to third anl 9100 to ton i th. Purse No. 2?92,000, for horses that havo never beaten 2 21; 91.'M0 to first, 9500 to second, 9300 roathlrd and 9-'<<0 to fourth. Second day, Thursday, September 29. Purse No. 3?91.2imi. for horse* that have never beaten 2 ill; tCO> to first, 9300 to second, 9200 to third and 9150 to lourih. Purse No. 4?91."SO. tor horses that have never beaten .<Y1 ??*/! ?/? #lr?* illl/1 t>. UKMlnl (n .n t '?!> ... fourth. Third flay, Siiturday, September 27. Purse No. 5?$1,000. for horse* that have nevar hea'.en 2:4ft; t.X-0 to first, $2.'<0 to sccond, $1W to third nnd $1U0 to i fourth. Pur-* No. 6?$3,tJ00,for horses thnt hnve never beaten 1:21); |il,Ml to first, $tM to second, $j(XJ to third an<l $iUJ to fourth. CONDITIONS. All the iUovp race* to he m.le heat*, best three In Are, in harness, and ti ill be conducted under the rules of ihn National Association. In heats where eight or mnre horses start tne di*t?nee will be liO yards; when lc?s than eight hm-es start the distance will be 10.) yard*. In case oi postponement, under authority ot rule 18, the race or races *liall be trotted on the llrsl good day ami tracK tollowln::, omitting Sunday. In ease a rider or driver shall he substituted, as authorized by rule ZS, tAe substitute shall lie paid iW lor thn servlcc required of htm. l.ntrsnee lee ten per cent of purs*, and must accompany nomination In all cas?v. A horse till!t Is ruled out will not re entitled to a premium. Entries will dns? at Chamberlain's pool rorrn, l,l?6 Broadway. New York, on Wondav, September 15, at 9 o'clock P. M. All communications to he addressed to OKU. W. OAKLKY, Superintendent, 189 Montague street. Brooklyn, or at Chamberlain's, 1,1? Broadway. New York K. O. HEAD, President. Oboro* W. Oiki.it, Foperlntendent POOLS .sOLI) AT JOHNSON'S. 1,187 BROADWAY, comer Twenty-eighth street, this and-every evening during the week on the trotting meeting at Fleetwood Park. "v?? ,f Pt J0HN8ON. W YO YORK, MONDAY, SEPTEJ THE TtltF. POOLS WILL FK SOLD ON THF FLEETWOOD l ark races this cvenin-r at 8 o'clock, ftt Chainberlln's pool room, 1.1M Hrondway. The entries lor the meeting at Prospect Park will be read at 9 o'clock. r_KJIAKfc.U, Pool Seller. TROTriNU AT KLKETWOOD PARK?OS MONDAY September 15. at H P. M. Sweeps anes $60J, mllo heats, best 3 in 5 io wagons, owners to drive. J. Mullane enter* h. g. Ray John. Wnllam Lvnch enters h. g. Hilly Lyneli. Patrick I'al.v enter* b. g. Tony Martman. O. Murphy enters b. tn. May Morn. Wl'liam Morris enter* b. g. Hav Dan. Bain* Day?Swee,)>take? $300, unle heats, M4t 3 In & to wnon<, owners to drive. M. lynn enters b. in. Belle Jonns. J. R ail niters s. in. Lady Kyan. O. Murphy enters b. m. Ta*av Torney. WILLIAM U. VAN t.OTT, Superintendent nunit^s, LAiiniAumi, atv. At private sale. clarence, in good oedeb. built by wood 1IB is. cot pe. BUT LITTLE USED. BUILT BY DEMAREST. OH KM FRONT COUPE ROCK AWAY. PAltK I'HAf.'ION, IN GOOD ORIIER. TWO KOAU WAOONS, BUILT BY BREWSTER k CO. Top anil no top Pony I'haetons. Two ''"*d Wag una, built by tiver?. BL\CK HORSE, 16 HANDS, 0 YEARS OLD; YBBY Stylish anil warranted con ml. bay make. hands. 6 years o' d; kikd ?nd true in ever way; rerv styliah nnil warranted sound. brown ho-cse, l&a* hands, 7 years old; kind aud true in all harucn, und unrrnnted wound. All not disposed of to morrow at W o'clock will then bo sold at auction to the highest bidder, by WILL am van TA8SELL. auctioneer, atthuoldntandlIO.ua and 114 Ea?t Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue. Albert b. waldron, auctioneer. Bv D. W. I*10. Salesroom* 1(W i ibertv and 3S Church stroets. THIS DAY, at Mo'clock, tlorncs. Watoxa, Harness, Ac. Particulars nnd Warranted at Umo of sale. Auction house ok arch. joiinbton (late Johnston a Van Tasseli). office and salesroom, old stand 37 Nassau street, opptsile the Post office. t11e h0r8e auction branch ok this house is REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES. 10 to 25 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAK U.> I Vl'.HSITY plack. The business will be conducted on precisely the mme strict and honorable principles which have ulmvs ch iracterirtd the dealings of our bouse mi l won the respect nnd coniidence oftho business community. as well us the public ut large. REGULAR BALES EVERY TUCSDAY AND FRIDAY, l-nrries ;or Kale may br made, as usual, either at our downtown house. 37 Nassau ttreat, or at the murt. 10, 21, 23 and 2.) E ist > birteuntb a. root, near University place. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADK ON CONSIGNMKNTS. SALE COMMENCES AT 10>i O'CLOCK. AT 62 WARREN STREET.?ALL GOODS WARRANTod as represented * hnnd-sewed Harness, ?20 to 3330; Horse -heuts, $1 to *14; Lap Robes, 79c. to 946; Horsu BlunkoLs, (2 lo'ffi'l. HOi-.-E CLO HUNG TO ORDER A SPECIALTY. Burse Boots of ever* kind. Hldinit Saddles and bridles. e. Hai.ti.k it, Importer and Manufacturer. Auaht platform spkino i.andau, in good ordor; made by Brewster, of 1'wcnty-filth street To be soon at factory, Twenty-tilth street, near Lexington avonue. A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT FOR RALE?OON.SI8Ting ii black Horse and Mare, well matched, 15$# hands high; tlrst class Bugb'y (Dusenbtiry ft Van uuzer), with pole and sh? ts; slmnu and donblo Harness, Whin, .' been, Blankets anil Lap Robes; each horse warranted to trot inside of three minutes; will be sold very low lor cash.. Addros DRIVER, Herald office. AN ELEGANT VICTORIA, TWO SIX-SI2AT HRKTT6, 1'ark Pha?ton, six scat Rackawar, at bargains; Reasonable styles family < srrlages and light Wagons, great variety; reduced prices. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, ffi(H Bri??dway. A? for ba LK. a Q E N tl h ma NS TI I? ,"i fjUtTroaD . florae, 15>i hands high, 8 yenrs ?id, sound and kind; enn trot In 2-Aa\ also a Stiver top Wagon, good ai new; fine llifrness; will be sold clujap. 147 Wost Thirty. filth street. A DOCTOR'S BUOGY, WITH EXCELLENT TOUNO K,Ho,ri.? ,ni1for sale. Apply at No. ?o> West torty-flm near Eighth avenue. A SOUND 12\K OF TRUCK HORSES WANTRD? r-V. ijRr* color. Write, Willi full description and price, to O, box l,iai j'ost offlee. A -DOWN TOWN WAREROOM*, No. 8 Cortlandt street, near Broadway. The best light one of the finest selections and riecldediy the best bargain') in the citv. Fine Too Bugg et, l'ark and Pony Phaetons, Rock ways, Donot, Road and Business Wagon.i; also choice line ot light Harness, Robes, Blankets sheets, Halters, Whips, Surcingles, He-straps, Ac., all oiTored at very lowest cash prices. No. 8 Cortlandt street. A? nuw coupe, one six-seat circular front Carriage, one second hand Victoria; sold at sacrifice to etfttle an estate. HAM, 10 East Fourth street. AGHNTLEMAN'8 TURNOUT FOR SALE AT A ORE AT bargain?Span ot bay Horses, 16 hands; gentlo and sound; good roadsters; Brett Carriage, almost as good as new. also an extension top Phaeton Rockawav, sot double Hume.-*, Blankets, 4c. The whole concern will be sold for less than half its cost, owner having no use tor it Inquire of JAMES R. EDWARDS, 6!) West Twenty-third st A?FOR SALE TO SETTf.E UP AN ESTATE?ONE Landau, one Curtain Coaoh, one six-seat Rockaway, one Park Phaeton and one no-top Buggy Wagon; also one set of double Harness, all nearly new and made by the 1 best city makers. To ta seen at M. CURLEY'S carriage factory, Nos. 1(*9, 111 and US East Thirleonth street, near Fourth avenue. Avvnom l MAI* ?vr TT AUVil, X V/Lir AilU shafts; single ami double Harness, as Rood a* new; old at a sacrifice. 143 W eat Thirty-seventh street. A?THREE WORK ho RHUS FOR SALE CHEAP; . one blind trotting Hor.*o, fast; must be sold, as the owner is improving hit stock. Inquire at 207 West Nineteenth street. A (SACRIFICE) FINE. LIGHT, HIGH DOOR ROCK, away, leather curtains, for halt cost; Brewster Road Wagon, $128; light Business Wagon and sleigh; double H^rncrg, $30. 611 Seventh avenue, corner Thirtyseventh street. A BARGAIN.?TWO LIGHT CLARENCES, EQUAL to new: both In flrst-clam ordor; brown trimming; two nice, light four-passenger Phaetons, for one or two horses, at 4oO Third avenue. A ?FOR SALE, THE FINEST PAIR of HORSES IN . the Stato and a very light, stylish Lnndaulet. mado by Morgan A Son, of London, nearly new. with Harne>s as good n* new; the horses are cherry bays. 15^ hands high, 6 and 6 years old; very stvlHh and gentle; can trot in three minutes together. Can be seen at Jenkins t Ryan's Wavcrloy Stable, 147 ani 149 West Thlrty-flftli street, near Ifroadway. Inquire lor JAMES, tho coachman, orGEOUGK W. JENKINS. I)LITE CLARENCE, LINED WITH BLUE CL.OTU, IN D first rate order, $260; altohandioma light Coupe, lined with aatln, $1U0; Also two Horses, cheap. 86 Walker street Bradley, i-ray a co., 668 Tmo ad ay, have second lian.I Carriages for sale as follow*:?Round front Coupe, straight Iront Coupe, Clarence, six seat Kockaway, Coupe Rockaway. tour seat Phaeton, l>og Cart Phaeton, Turn Out i-'eat Phaeton. T Cart. Pony Phaeton, "cheap;" Top Buggy, suitable for business pur poses or a physician's use. "i)ROUGHAMS, LANDAULETS, VICTORIAS, SO( KA jut tviij ?. ubii atiiu r&icimiuu tup i>iiurioinia, t'naptoil", Depot and Road Wagons, Harness; several secondhand Carriages cheap. ST.* ATS BEI.I , No. 7 Washington place, ucnr Broadway. CIARRIAOE^ AT LOW PRTCE8 A*I> WARRANTED.? J Two, tour and six-seated Phaetons Rockaways, Depot Wagons, Victoria*, Coupon, Landau*, Landaulets, Buggies, Ac.; several second hand In tine condition. J. COLY>.R A CO., Manufacturers, 898 Broadway. (10UPE AND CUT-UNDElt ROCKAWAYS, EXTKNJ sion and lnll-lop Phaeton*, pony Phaeton*, Depot Wagon*, top Wagons, uoth lull spring and side bar*. JOSEPH KHAR A CO . 1,494 and 1,490 Broadway. Express waoon and harness.?$100 will bay a beautliul new light express Wagon and Harness; never u*d; worth more money, bot inuat bo aold. in OKVS Htalile, 141 Ka*t .-ixioeu'h air.-et. For salk?a lioht top waoon, city huii.t, nearly new; will be sold very cheap. Apoly at MM Sixth avenue. For hale-four horsf.s, cheap, sound and kind; 7 to 9 year.- old, it to 18 hand* high, suitable for cart, truck, express, Ac.: free, stylish driver*; must l.e sold: $Jrt, iM, >110, $130. No. 78 Division street 1jX>R 'ALE?A PINE YOU NfJ HORSE FROM THR 1 country, ltijf hands, 6 years old, warranted sound, kind and true; suitable tor coupe- or l.uslness purpo*-*; sold low lor want of use. Apply to 1'. L. sKlFI'KINS, 240 and 218 Harrison street, near Court, Krooklyn. IjlOR 8ALE-FOR WANT OK USE ONLY, A BAY ' Mare, 15W, hands high, 7 years old ; (It lor any work ; price $19*). 128 Charles street, near Grconwich street. For sale-a light express wagon, platform springs, used only two inoutlif. Can be seen at 313 Greene street, In the lactory. For hale?-only for want or use; pri?e low, gentleman'* Turnout; dark Bay Horse; sjlvluh, prompt, mid nni nnai.l or locoinouvo; wi|i nanon and Harness, city nmdo, tn good'order. Apply at No. 12 Warren street. FOlt KALE?PAIR FINK CARRIAGE HORSES; pool condition ; sound and kind. Apply at United Krates .stuble, I5U Kan Thlrty-aecomi street. For salb-a iiorsk, truck and harness; horse 7 years, 18 bauds, kind and true; also four one-t.orso trucks; prices $7S. ISW. 130, ADply at 832 Hudson s rcet. u'or SALE?a handsome, stylish youno bay P llorse ifiifc hands, Hound and kind; a lady can drive him. Apply at 212 Waahlnglon ?treet 1POB BALI?OR EXCHANGE FOB A OOOD, STRONG r liorse. a Tory One Coach, in flr.'t class condition; no. limit bat want or tn.'; ISU. 77 Now Chambers street. Fine, large, young horse for sale?as i am (lulttiiitf business and have no further use for him. >ViU Mill my Wagon also If desired. TOMMY, 138 Jane street. Fine londonmade harness. an assortment of Single, Double, Tandem and Tour ln-hand, of the lie.it yuallty and latest stylos, at this london harnks8 aoenct, No. 20 East Fourteenth street, between 1'nlon square und Fifth avanue. Harness, horse clothing, carriaor rohkh, Ac., In endless mid astonishing variety of elegant dedans, for the tail and winter trado. C. M. MOBSMAN 4 BROTHER. Manufacturer*, lit Chamber! street I RK H tIBER 15, 1873.?TRIPLE S! HORSES, CARRUOE8,jSiC._ HOP.8KH WANTED TO BOARD?IN TIIK BEST VF.Ntllated, cleanest, best managed stable In the city. Phoenix stable, 1M and 1A0 Kast Twenty seventh street, between i-exlii#ton ami Third avenues PONY PHAETONS. TOP AND OPBN, AT LOW price*, to close them out; 20 top aud open Wagons, by clly makers. 1 Clarenee, I alx-seat Rockaway, 1 Pony Phaeton, $uo; Hnrnosi, Kobos, sheets, Whips, Ac. WM. H. UnAl, <u ftuQ m Vt f>?1iPr Hw eel. SKCONDMAND carriages?bargains.?lioht Rnckawav, Vir-o'ia, Dogcart. iuuin seat ll(0| four-.-oat pony Phaeton, side-bar Top Wagon, six-scat Hockaway an I other family Carnage*. manufacture its1 UNION, ms Broadway. SECOND HAND EXTENSION TOP PHAETONS AT A hS'-galn ; sccond hand pony Phueton?, Ac. West Hide Carriage Repository, 1,494 ana 1,4M Broadway. WAGONS CHEAP.?EXPRESS, GROCERT, Business, plumbers and delivery Wagons, now and second hand ; l road Wagon. At 'UB Spring street. Oft VALUABLE HORSES FOR SALB-AT 207 EAST ?j\J Twenty-third street, comprising matched, carriage and roach; also good single drivers and work Horses; also second hand single and doublv Harness. WM. n. BAKER. tftl hO r<!B A OOOI> CITT MADE TOP ROAD flvU Wagon. For sale at BARK I'R 4 CHASE'S, corner of Broadway and ihirty-ninth street d?"l CK ?SORREL HORSE, fi YEAK^, 15)i HANDS; ijpltJtJ Bay Mare, 0years, In hands, $10j; both sound and kind; also Teum of woll innlchod 1'onics, J yours, IS hands. <216 West Thirty-first Street. DRY GOODS.~~ ANNOUNCEMENT. We reapeotfully Invite the attention of tbo Ladle* to our Fall Opcnuitf of Fashion*, at onr ne w building;, corner of Broadway and Fourteenth street, WEDNESDAY, Feutembor 17, at which' time wo shall display. In the Largest Fashion Showrooms In tho World, ft full assortment of tho very latest novelties In Street and House Costume*. Very respectfully, DOMESTIC SKWTaU MACHINE COMPANY. THE GREAT EAST SIDE ESTABLISHMENT, NEW FALL QOODS111 RETAIL. Mantilla and Bonnet Silk Velvets, 'iitn New Shades. Ostrich I'liimos and Tl/ft*. Imported French Fl.,werfc * Desirublti colors In "'O.ro clc Suez." Ten i hoiiMiiid Cartons ?; Sew Ribbon*. Sash Ribbons, ft lncltos v.'irte, 48 rents per yard up. _ , ? . Examino our stook. Yankee Notions, Jewelry, P6iiumery, Childron'a c'arriaijT.B, Toys, Polls, Ac,, Ac, uilverplatod Ware. Press Trimmings. silk Fringes. Oenllemen's Furnishing Department. CnSAP HOSIEKVIIl NEW FALL GLOVES!!! Corsets, ?Sc., 09c., 75c., 91 and 91 00. Cheap. BONNETS. One hundred new styles In llonnots slid Hats of various material*, untrlmmeil and trimmed. Examine our Honnei Uepar ment. KDWAiiD KIDLEY k SON, Nos. 309, 311 and 3ll>i Urnnd. strpp-t, Nos. (12, 01, 00 and 08 Allen street, fifth block east from the Bowery. THE GREAT EAST SIDE ESTABLISHMENT, KID GLOVES. RETAIL. Rllthtly imiierect and soiled. On* |,u t i, It) ceiils and 23 cents the pair, two buttoas, 2ftcen;s, 35 cents and GO cent*, w v.n*rnn n c roinoved to centre department. r.UWAIUI KMHjftl m BUM, 3H. Ml, 81W Grand street, N01. 02, CI, GO, 03 and 70 Ailuti street, flith block east from tlip Bowery. Y' 1UK URKVT EAST MDK ESTABLISHMENT. KID ULOVES. Retail. " Edward," " Monogram." 2,900 dozen* one buttoi, flue color. 4' cents pair. ft,OIK) do/rnii two button, 68 cent* pair. MO ' dozens two button at 70c. and SI a pair. 1 brer, four, tlve and sis buttons In proportion. l.tOi dozens pants' opera, white, blacks and colors at 71c. and $1 a pair. our own importation and manufacture. Best low-priced glove ill America. EDWARD RIDLEY * SOW, Nos. SOS, 811, 81 IK Orand, Nos. ffi, 04, CO, C8 and 70 Allen atrcet, flftli block east of the Bowory. JOBBING. To country Milliners and Storekeeper!. Examine our stock of Ribboas, Feather*, Flowers, Silks, Velvets, Laces, Velvet Ribbons, Straw, Felt and velvet Bonnets and Hat& We have cheap Millinery Goods. Call. Jobbing room third floor EDWARD RIDLEY A SON, Nos. 30, 311. .111% Orand street; Nos, <3, Ct, 86, 63 and 70 Allen street, Filth block cast from the Bowery. LADIES' PARTY AND STREET DRESSES TO rent?468 Sixth avenue; business strictly confidential. Madame hartley has returned from Europe with a choice assortment of Bonnets. Round Hats and other novelties from all the loading house* In Paris and London. No. 917 Broad way and 177 l'iith av. SMITH'S PATTKRN BAZAAR. 914 BROADWAY, BKtweon Twentieth and Twenty-first streets.?KASH IONS, imported PATTERNS; POLL LINK of FALL SrYLEB; BEAUTIFUL CHANGES; superb SuiU; Patterns, with CLOTH MODELS of them, now ready; Patterns fitted to the form WARRANTED perfect, CUTTING and BASTING bv our style* and work left 8(> PLAIN that the dullest seamstress can finish as well as a thorough dressmaker. ^ynOLESALB. At the great Bast-side establishment Jobbing room. Rid Gloves. The "Edward"' and "Monogram" brands. Cit.v and country storekeepers desiring lines of these popular brands ot gloves can procure them only at our jobbing room counter. We do not sell to cltv jobbers this season. 1 button Monograms, $.\ $5 SO, up. 2-button Marquise. ft, $/ 90, ftH r>>, $9, $9 90. Our stock comprises over 20,009 dozen. Undoubtedly ihe best low priced gloves in America. EDWAkD RIDLEY i SON, Nos. 309, 311. 311,1* Grand ; Nos. 6.', 64, 06, OS ?nd70;Allcn St., eight blocks east fr?.n Broadway. Five minutes' ride irom corner Broadway and Grand st Desbrosses street cars stop at the door. Jobbing Room third story. MILL.I1YKRY A!VO DRKMSMAKIKG. lAQ WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET.?LADIES AND J.UU children's dresses made in the very IDtr.st styles, on most reasonable terms, with the best of work. C. TRACT. TO LKT FOR BUSINEM8 PI/KPOWtS^ A FMALL STORE AND HOUSE TO LET. IV. H. C. SMITH, 202 William street (Frankfort House). A FINE, LARGE BASEMENT AND BUB-CELLAR to let No. 88 Warren street. A FINK 100 FEET LONG, ALL THROUGH WELL lighted Basement to let?Very suitable lor n good restnnrunt at tin Mercer street, near spring street A ?TO LET, FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES, THE JA sccond, third and fourth Floors of 144 Fifth avent.e, together or separate. Apply to II. R. DREW A CO., No. !\\e?t rwenly-thlrd street, Fii'th Aventi" Hotel. A?TO LEASE. WORTH HOUSE, 21B FIFTH AVE. nue, corner of Twenty filth street, throuph to Iti'oariwuv- for hiisliipa* nr lintnl mirtiiuiei. AuiiIt to W. W. STEPHENSON, 247 Broadway. room 12. A-THF. CHEAPEST FLOORS TO LET ON BROAD. WAV. FIRST AND THIRD FLOORS. * 430 HKOAUWAY. /1arpenter shot* to i.et-at 45 thomas V atroet; rent $200 per annum; also largo high ceiling Cellar, rent fiuuper annum; also Rooms, nowly painted and pupered, 4# Hudson street, f!> to $1.1 per mouth. JIKiKNTON M. RODMAN, Keul Estate Agent, 6'j0 Broadway, northeast corner Fourth street. Dock property, on north river. to lease? cheap, between Thirty-fourth ana Flity-ninth streets, iSKMeet frontage, shoda, Ac.; excellent location lor brick or lumber yard. J. ROM A IN E BROWN. 1,J'0 UroaUway, corncr Thirty-third street. 1 FACTORY BUILDINO TO LET.?THE FOUR TOP ' Floors. 9(1x20, splendidly lighted, with every accommodation. In the new building, zl:t West Thirty first atreet; suitable lor any business, e?i totally pianos and cabinetmakers. Lean* given it wanted, inquire on prenti-es. Jewelry.?to let, for a jeweller, part ok a handaome Store. 61*5 Broadway, below Fourth at. Stokes on third and sixth avenues to rent, aho Parts or stores and Desk Rooms for Insurance and other light buaincu. Apply to JOHN FKT J Rh 1CH, l,o;!8 Third avenu?. QTORE8 to RENT?ELIGIBLY located, WITU O possession; 26 Beekm.in street, 291 West atreet, 381 Hudson street, 561 Broome, corner Varlck street JAMUS PRICE, aw Hudson street. [ERA] HEET. TO LET jm BUSniESS PURPOSKH. * TTENTION! NOW READY FOR OCCTTPANCT, NEW FIREPROOF BUXLDISO, FULTON, NAS3AP~~AND ANN STREETS. 1 VT.TniKT nwipva i?n t in"? "" ?. v.nvuu ISVblS 1U KENT, IN THE ABOVE FIREPROOF, WELL LOCATED BUILDING, BEINO IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THB CITY HALL, THE COURTS. THB POST OFFICB, AC~AC. OFFICES, SUITABLE FOB' LAWYERS, BROKERS, BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, AC., AC., CAN BE HAD, 6INOLY OR EN SUITB, OP ANY DESIRED SIZE, FROM 10X12 FEET TO 86X67 FEET, AT $300, 400, $6J0 AND UPWARD TO 913,000, ACCORDING TO SIZE AND LOCATION. TOE ABOVE BUILDINO IS COMPLETELY FIREPROOF, READY FOR OCCUPANCY. HEATED BY STEAM. AND HAS TWO FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ELEVATORS AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. RENT OF SMALL OFFICES. Si;:o. 3d Story. 3d Story. 4th Story. 5th Story. 19.10x33.8 *2.t)ob ?1,SI)0 $l.ro0 ? 10x3+6 1,810 1,600 1.300 ? I M.tixl'ft.ti INK) 1.1U1 1.200 ? 17xl(i(i 1.HJ0 160U ? ? 10x18 ? ? _ ? 10x12.0 fx*) ? 150 $.'00 19.6x89 3.00(1 3,600 2,OOJ 1,(100 19.6x32 S,WM 2, MM 2.000 1 600 10x12.6 500 <U0 350 ? 19.8xM.- I,**) 1,?(0 1,'JOO ? 14.6x24 1.300 WHO 1,000 ? 14.6x23 1.600 1,260 ? ?? 17x21 1,600 1,2S0 ? _ 10x18 600 400 ? _ VALUABLE VAULTS FOR STORAGE VtJRPOSKS. ALSO OFFICES FOR BANKING D OTHER PUR. POSES ON FIRST AND irtASEMBNT FLOOR& INQUIRIES TO BE Ji'AOS OF HOMBR MOR'iAN, NO. 3 PINE STREET. SIXJH . AVF:VUE STORE TO LET?WEST SIDE. Hnnasu^;10 store; two windows; plate glass; good !?cai..JiV'f "hoes or fancy goods. Apply to hliAJIAN, Fourteenth street. fTO LET-THREE LOFTS. 26X100 FEET, 8fl WALKER X. street, f'pr un.v kind of business; rent $1,200 per year; possession imuietiintely. rilO LET-A SMALL FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT, A with 30 furnished rooms, centrally located, with very facility for successful business lor the right man. Address RESTAURANT, Herald Uptown Branch oflloe. TO RENT?STORK AND CELLAR, 186 MADISON Btreet, suitable for any busiuess; good lease and low rent Apply to THOMAS LYNCH A CO., 66 Thompson street DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. Furnished. A FULLY FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT-IN East 19th street..-. (160 per month West 21st street 225 per month East I4th street 2.'0 per month East 31st street 300 per month West 17th streot 3J3 per month East 4!Hh streot 400 per month 6th avenue 000 per month And many others. PHALON A SLOAN, SI East Seventeenth street. A fully furnished four story house AT low rent to responsible party, that will board the owner: no objection to other boarders. doty a brundaok, 28 Union square. ALAHGE NUMBER OF ELEGANTLY FURNISHED anil unfurnished Houses, in most desirable locations for strictly private, and boarding; rents, >1.000 to $3,000. HARDENUEEG A CO., 1,241 Broad way._ AnAI/DSOME BROWN STONE FOUR STOR'V Houso, In splendid condition; neighborhood tlrst class lor a private lamily; furnished, $:a3 per month, or unfurnished, #300. Apply at 3:3 West Twenty-third st. A-FURMUHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSES TO let and for sale on Park arenne, Thirty-ninth, Forty-second, Thirty-third. Thirty-first, Thirty-second streets and Clinton place; all near Tilth avenue. O'DWYER, 557 Sixth avenue.__ A FOUR STORY IlIOH STOOP HOUSB TO RENT? Fully furnished, 2>j blocks from Booth's Theatre; good neighborhood; good order; rent $200 per month; very low. JAMES R. EDWARDS, TO TTCBl ITTUUV/'lllilU SirCCI. ADKSIRABLY FURNISHED nOUSE TO RENT?IN Thirty flr^t (tree:, near Madison srssso, browa atone, 20xyQxl09, flue order; rent $400 per month. UUDBN A CLARK, Broadway, corner ot Seventeenth street. IpURNISHED HOUSES TO RENT?IN OOOD LOCA' tions: rent* from $200 to $450 per month. JAMES it. UPWARDS, W West Twenty-third it FURNISHKD nOUSR TO RBNT ON FORTY-VOURTH struct, between Sixth avenue nnd Broadway?Large four story high stoop brown stone. 26 feet wide, lot 100; 111 splendid order from top to bottom; excellent neighborhood; price $400 per month. WM. E. A. CRUIKSHAN It, Broadway, corner Forty-lourth street Half of house to rent-second and third floors, elegantly luruUhpd; all modern Improvements; $125 pur month. Apply on premises, 110 West Thirty-third street TO LET?FIRST CLASS BROWN STONE HOUSE, fully niruUihcd, beautifully located on the Ilill, Brooklyn, to first class family of three or tour Adults; owner's tamlly (three adults) boarding out tho rent Address J. HM l'l'?l. box 425 New York I'ost office. TO LET?ON FORTY-SECOND STREET, NEAR FIFTH avenue, a folly furnished House; will be rented for a term of yc.irn to a strictly privata family. Apply to H. . H. CAMMAWN. 25 Fine rtreet. To let?partly furnished, small house, comer of Tenth street nnd Second nrenuc: imuicdlato po.uesslon; moderate rent NICHOLS CAFFERTY, 03 Fourth avenuo and 1,497 Broadway. TO RENT AND FURNITURE FOR SALE?HOUSE, 12 rooms and bath, on Eiiriity-MXth street between Flflh ana Madison avenues^ rent of lioase $1,200- furniture new, price $3,0U). Apply to T. II. GRIFFITH, 429 Broome street. V Bfurnished. A SPLENDID DOUSE, WITH ALL TnE MODERN Improvements, In East rid st. $l.ono per year WestSlth st l,40i) per year West 4'..t>i st 1,t<oi) per year W...I iHlli at 1 7IW1 nn- ..... Fast 3T,th sf 2,0(10 per voar Kast S7th At 3,S?J0 per year East Slat st 8,uco per vear nil many other.*. l'HALON A SLOAN, * 31 Kast Seventeenth .street A FIVE STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT HOUSE TO rent on Twenty-fourth street, between Fifth and t-ixth avenues; rent $2,?W; ?l.-o a bl own stono lour story liiiih ?tcop House on six'leth street: rent $2,2)0; i?Iko two 3-story high stoop llonim on West Flfty-flftti street, $1,(100 each: also a larse brown stone House on West Thirtyfourth utreot, JAMES K. EDWARDS, 69 West Twenty-third street. A ?A.?A.?FREE REGISTRY FOR THOSE DKSIR ing to rent Hcr<cs the ensuing season, at the real cttnle offlco of PIIALON Jt .SLOAN, No. St East Keventecnth street (North Union square), near Broadway. Most central location In the city. A?ONE l.O-'O YEAR LEASEHOLD OF HOUSE AND . Lot 240 Thompson street; price $9,0011 Apply to A. R. MORRIS, corner South Filth avenue and tleecktr street, uo stairs. CI HEAP no USES TO IlENT-ON WATTS AND ) Bronmo streets; 8 to 13 rooms; $000 to $1,0C0; Immediate possession. JAMES PitICK, 200 Hudson street. HOUSES TO LET IN 4.1TH. 4CTH, 47T1J. 4'.ITU, 6HTII anil 59th streets; good locations near Broadway and Sixth avenue. WILLIAM KLI.IOTT * CO.. I,4!?l Bread way, near Forty-fifth street. TO LET?THRKE STORY AND BASEMENT BROWN stone Hons* No. 128 East Eighty-second street, near Central Park; tl.OUOper ynar. K THOMSON A SON. 1,478 Third avenue. TO LET-A FOUR STORY UNFURNISHED HIOH stoop brown stone House, No. <03 West Fifty-seventh street, near Broadw.iv, in complete order, for $2,.ri00 per annum. Can sec premises from 11 A. M. to t P. M. UNFURNISHED HOUSE, $i,HU0 RENT, WEST FIFTYfifth street, brown stone, throe stories, good order Forty-fourth street, M.W\ and ?M Fifth avenue, $4,000. WM. A l'. A. CHU1K.SUANK, Broadway, corutr Fortyfourth Mrect. YEARLY RENT?BROWN STONK, FRENCH JpUUU roof House; every improvement, Including heater unil gns fixtures very desirable; (11th str.ct, Fourth And Madison avenues. Apply 139 Ea.-.t llOih at. <8?-| QOn ~AM ELEGANT FOUR STORY ENGLISH pL.OUl/. bawiinent House, iiieet wide-, good order; II modern Improvement!!: first class neighborhood, near Mghth avenue. WALTER W. MONTAOUK. Real Buttle Broker, Light!) avenue and Twenty-tint street. FIRKIMIIED HOUMrAKD APiRTMBNTS TO LET. AT NO. 223 EAST EIGHTEENTH STREET.-A THIRD Floor of four rooms to let, furnished or unt'uruudied; excellent neighborhood ; references exchanucd. Apply on premise*. A PARLOR AND BEDROOM, NICELY FIJRNISUKD, to let to two gentlemen In third dwelling floor of No. WW sixth avenue, third door above Thifty-flith itreot; fine roonig and desirable location. A PHYSICIAN CAN HAVE ELKO ANT SUIT OF OflUc*, handsomely furnished, with attendance; i Bngllah ba-eiiii<nt house; tlrst claw nei*hborhoo?i; by ; apply init between 9 and 1J A. M., or iu the evening, at 2(1 West Forty-third street. A NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM TO. LET; (OBNtlernen preferred;) without Board; .teatfoB^ooaj terms moderate. JW West ttitceoUi rtreet, uear SfcUth avenue, LD. PRICE FOUK CENTS! FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LIT. A -SUIT OK ROOMS?PKIVATK HOUSE. 8KOO.HD Floor, $M por month ; also, furnlaliod, Third Floor, pan and h?tli. II and 17 vl>inK<1on Kijuure, Eighth aToniie, between Hleecker anil Twelfth Direct*. ASI MBER OK ELEOANPLY FURNISHED ROOMS to lot, without meals, en suite or miiirIc, at No. 7 Wert Twenty dull street, corucr ol Broadway; reference required. * ANUMBBR OF NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS. UONnecttng or separate. wit ti bath and (tan. from $2 to per wook. No. lttt East Thirtieth atruuf, neur Fourth avenue. A HANDSOMELY FCRNISIIED FROST ROOM?OH second floor, suitable lur one or two KPntlomeu. tn a privaU family; location tir?i class. 312 West Twentyteconil street. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SUIT OF ROOMS IN a private house, to Rcntkm<u only, at 17 East Twelfth street. AI'RIVATS FAMILY WILL LET PART OF THEIR Mouse. furnished lor housekeeping ; lower part, furliaheu, with kiietuu. (ajper month; nil conveniences. 12 West Fortieth street. A?826 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET NEAR . Second avenue.?To lot, (urnUhed, fiooond Floor, en suite or s:nKlr. with wator, gas and closets; also front hall Rooms, (2 ami $3 _ ______ A PRIVATE FAMILY, HAVING MORE ROOMS than they require, will let, en mite or singly, baid* sotnely furnished Rooms, without board; all modem tinprovomciits. No. 114 East 'I wen ty-filth street, between Lcxinnton and Fourth avenues. ^ A VERY DEBIRABLK PARLOR FLOOR OF TXl''.lp. ' room*. handioroeljr furnished, to let, to<et?,ef or in part; also square Room on thirtl J'.oor, to gentlemen only. 126 West Twenty-sccond utre 0t. A SMALL PRIVATE FA?'.ILY WISHES TO LET A o newly inrnlshed fro*^, Pooir. to a respectable ?entleman; all tno lotprovdnieD'.j on ttionaine floor; prioo $4 a week, k*i Included: No. ll? Fifty-sixth street, between lioxlii'ttnn and I'ourih avenues. ELROANTLY VCRN'I.SHEO ROOMS, WITHOUT J'0,1, . to >1, to gentlemen only, on suite or separately: ban-, c'vmmuitie.'ttiuff; open urate anil every modern Improvement, at 22.'! Wi st Thirty-fourthstruct; references CiCb.injred. _______ CU)R UENTLEMEN.?FCRNI8HED ROOMS, WITHr out board ; lroot i'arlor and Hodroom. third floor: second floor back I'nrlor; also pleasant Bedrooms. No. 7 Went Fourteenth street. FURNI IIED ROOMS TO LET?FOR UOUflKKvEt*lug: all conveniences; excellent house and neighborhood; tonus verv moderate. Call all the week at 248 West Twenty-fifth street Furnished (NICELY) second floor; water and everything convenient tor housekeeping; also a front I(o<nu in a qttlot house. No. 4 Varlclt stroet, near West Broadway. liuJKN l.SH I' D MALI' OK A HOUSE TO UK NT ON T West Twenty-first street; basement. kitchen, parlor ami five room* above, Inllr turnl?hcd: linen, lablo and kitchen ware, Ac.: rent $l2< per month. _ JAMK . K. KKwAltl) t>9 West Twenty-third street HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLORS, WITHOUT hoard. to respectable panics, with references. 130 West Twenty-tlrst KtreoL HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, without board, to gentlemen orih? highest respect* ability only, ai 111 East Twenty-second atreut near Fourth avonuo. HANDSOMELY fuknmhed ROOMS-en suite or singly, to lentlomen, without board, in tho new first ( Iahs Iioiho Kiu Seventh avonue, junction of Broadway and Forty-t'ourth afreet. Large eOso antly furnished chambers on second and third floors, communicating or separate, to let tOltSUtlenien only. 14B Klglith st., near Broadway. IAROH FtiKNISIIED ROOMS TO LIST?WITH J every convenience, gas, bath. Ac. No. 141 Fourth avenue. TO RENT?TWO PARLORS, FURNISHED NICELY, Ilf good location, 417 Fourth avenue, near Twenty-ninth street; rent low, $55 per month. rO LA ROE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR nOUSEkeepini; water and qa? In rooms; $7 por week; reference reunited. 247 West Twenty-flrst street, between Seventh and Elgfith avenues. ' 2 OR THREE ELEOANT FURNISHED front Rooms, first lioor, nlso Kitchen, for housekeeping. If wanted; rent low. 742 SUth avonue, below Forty-third street ____________ 1 fr EAST SIXTEENTH KTltEKT, NEAR BROAD1<) war, the most doslrable location In the city.?Elegantly fnrnWied Rooms, to gentlemen und wives or a party of gentlemen. UTII STREET.?ELEOA.NT ROOMS WITHOUT BOARD for ttentlomen only, till East Seventeenth street, between Irving place ana Union square 1Q WEST FOURTH STREET. NEAR BRO\DWAY.? 10 Two nicely turnished Rooms, for gentlemen or gentlemen and wivos; gas and bath. Q4TH STREET, NO. 1(H WEST.?FII YSICIAN'S OR OT Dentist's Office; also one or two other fnrnlslied ' Rooms lor gentlemen; first brown stone house from Broad way. OJTH STREET, SECOND RESIDENCE WP.ST OF t/x Broadway, No, 104.?Front Room, without board; also singic itooiTj, witii Krare; naii minute from Parkor'ft ie;utumnt: three linen nfrnrn at rnrnor. QQ WERT TWELF III 8TR8BT, NEAR FIFTH GO avenue.?Large Room, .newly tarnished, with two beds, Tor one or two gentleracu, without Board, in ft privato family; reference* regime I. QQ WBST TWENTY-FIRST STRKRT. ?FU RNIHHED DO Room.', wltliont board, to let to pnntlemon onljr, cn suite or separately; all modern linpror. m.-nts; references exchanged. K() WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STUBKT, NEAR FIFTH UiJ Avenue Hotel.?Handsomely furnished Room*, for gentlemen, without board; term* moderate. (frCC PER MOWTH UNTIL MAT 1.?TO LET, U!C tjpUU furnished. First Floor and Basement; all modern Improvement*; house private. No. S3 Oreenwlch avonue, near Ferry street lit EAST FIFTEENTH STREET.?HANDSOMELY Alt# furnished reception Room for doetor's office; lariro sice single Room snltable tor two gentlemen; terms moderate; house flrstclaiu. QOQ WEST FOURTn STREET?NICELT F0RNI3HBD OiiJ Room* to let, wlih batli: convenient to two lines, of cars Eighth arc nue and Bleeokcr street. Inqnlrs for two davs. OA n WEST FORTV-THIRD STREET.-FURNISHED OTtJ Rooms to let, to a iroutleman and wlln or two young ladles; reference re<iuired. Iiii]uiro on third door. INi'LHIVISHED IiOOIlM AND APART MENTS TO LET. ^ . A~ MKRIOAN FAMILY, THREE ONLY, WILL LET their aoeond Floor with flue Room on third; every improvement.; 236 East 110th slrcot, to similar famllyi rem per month; reference* exchanged; genteel pleasant location. First floor, five rooms and large BAnr. room; modern Improvements; rent $15 per moo'ii. Including k.t?, Willi Philadelphia heater in Hie parlor; poowMion immediately. . inquire at premises No. 2 South Fifth avenue, near the Park. Tj^LATS, fIX ROOMS; ALL IMPROVEMENTS; HOUSE F new Hii'l fir*: class; second floor, $<5; third, $40: to itlullM onlv, at 112 Wc-t Kiltv-firtli street. FLOOR* TO LET?ON AMI) NKAR BROADWAY, UP town, In Rood order nnd at low renin. WILLIAM KliLIOTT A CO, 491 Broadway, near Forty-Dull street. LPRKNCU FLATS TO LET?WITH EVERY MODERN r convenience, 1,245 Third avenue, corncr Scvontysecond utrect. Keys at music store, near corner, or apply to WILLIAM A I'.. A. CRL'IKSIJ ANK, Broadway, corner Forty-fourth street _ TO LET?THE UPPER PART OF A FIRST CLASS hou*-. with all couveniencod; rent low. No. 125 Ksft lAtli street. TO LET-PART OF A BttOWN STONE HOUSES; MOD. em Improvements; terms mode rate to a desirable party. Apply at 2iU l.a.?t Tiiirty rlMi s icet. rpo LET?THE NEW AND ELKOANT FLATS 12S AND 1 125 East Eighty-fifth street; beautiful location, rear Cenir.il I'nrk; every <;onvenlencu; $2> to $4'J. Inquire of owner on Uio premises. TO LRT?THK ENTIRE UPPER PART OF NO. 74 Sixth avenue, corner Wnverley pines; six rooms ami b.'ithroom; was put In perfcet or.ler recently; sas ami gan fixtures In every room; pos.tension Immediate!*. For keys apply to me. THORNTON M. RODMAN. Real Elate A'jent fr.M Broadway, corner Fourth str?- :t. rpo LET?A FEW OF THOSE FIRST Ci.ASS FLATS f V 1 the tour new houses erccteil on Fourth avenue, corner of Thirty.second street; refsrvneo required. Apjjl/ at 106 East Thirty-second street. THOMAS STEVENSON. Agent. UNPUUNISHBD LARUE FRONT ROOM AND O..v8 or tw.i Rodrooiiig, to let secunl Uoor, M Irving place. R<!ntf9)tot35p?r month. f TSFl'RN I8HED.?THREE FIRST CLASS ROOMS li V..I ., .... ........ Vj?. Mntlemjn of qutvt b a bit# j ruicrcncci vxchaiuud; Afldrm ft. BcukfUptown Branch o! UNrtJRNHHRD ROOMS TO : K NT.?BACK I'Mti.oTt and extension on Twenty-third ?lr--ot. between Tilth and Sixth avenues <-no or two ueiiil'iimni or lo n phyMilan: hot an.I cold water, tra.i ami fixtures, mirror, Clo eta, Ar.; rent tn tlcMrulili- parlies will lie reumnablo. JAM US K. kDWAiil'S, tj West Twenty-third street 2 OR THREE ROOMS ON 8KOO.NI> FLOOR. 1M.EA*antly situated, factna Central Park; rent low. adi>Iv at No. JUO Wc?t Fiity etehth street, two door? from Etilhth avcn.ip. Ql)7 FAST NINTH STREET, NEAR SECOND AVIJ. OZi i nua.?aeon J Klo.tr, conii?in* of 5 clcuant room.', with l?!??t modern liiiproraiaonu; house private. Keforenoe* required. IIILLlABoS. A splendid stock ok nkw and second hao I bevelled BillliirJ Tables, from $175 to $3 t",.p i-ale by W M. II. dlllKKIfll 4 CO., nirtiiu'aeiurcrs, ill Vesey .-.trcof. _ \ 1 -STANDARD AMERICAN 1IKVEL TABLES and J\ I. tli? i'helan A t'olloiiilcr t'oiuliination cushion*, for sale only l>y the patentee, II. W COLLKNDlilt <u<>, ccasor to I'lielan a Coiiendor, 734 Broadway, Now York. A -A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND .-.ECONri hand liilliarj Tables constantly on hand, at Uti; K. I'lll.I. , No. 7 Barclay htrect, New Vurt FOR SALE CIIEAP-ELEOANT 6X III I'll ELAN A Collemler Billiard Table. Apply at 74 .lane street. li'OR SALE-FOUR BILLIARD TABLES, VERT X1 ohoap, will bo almost ?lr< n away, at Ml bltthtb ?v.