L Wjjjgjjjjji inmra niu air. FOR 8ALB. ?1 9 ftOft -twbnty ACIU ON 8TATEN island vl^.UUU. shore, front, now sod oostly huildin**, ad Joining ten ncrea, splendid improvements, $^.SOO; do ten *y . iarxe mansion, out honsas, Ao . $8 000. will ?*oh?ni?. "Jne beet store and grounds in Babylon, L. I., trading $30, ?? a year, $6,0U>. I. A BUNCE, 212 Broadway, room I. (t>Q rnn-rOB SALE, that three story "?POaOUU brown atoaa hoase and lot. No. 4V Watt Twan ty-fouith (treet, near Fifth arena*. $4,300 can remain on mortgage. , Alao, for $8,000, * that neat throe atory brtek bouse and lot No. $0 Weat Twenty-seventh a treot, and ia.SOO on mortgage. Alao, for $7,600, that $rst elaaa three story briok house No. 190 East Broadway, and $0,000 on mortgage. Alao, for IB, 300, houa* and lot 44 Orchard street Alao, for $12,000, hanae and lot 142 Reade atreet. Also, lor $1.1,000, house, atabla and lot U feet by 96, No. IIS Hammond street; $7,500 on mortgiip). Also, to exchange fork food farm, or for vacant lots, three drat class fonr K brown stono houses and lots la the neighborhood of avenns. Alao, for sale, three full vaeaat lota on wast Seventeenth atreet, between Fifth and Sixth avenue*. Also, for $7,000, in Brooklyn, -that neat three story brown atone houao aad lot No. HO Pa ?l$o atreet; baa every convenience, and $6,000 on mortgage. Alao. for $6,000 ? aaat three atory brick honae aad lot on Dean atreet ; haa gas, hatha, 4c.. aad $4,0t0 on mortgage, for oar 4a to ex amin tha a bore property, apply to a. 3. BROAD, 13 Wall street, <47 nnn HARDWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING I .UUU. stora for aala ?The atock, fixtures, good will and lease of an old established hardware and honao ?ur nishing atore in one ot the beat buainesa parts of the olty. This ia a rars chance for a good investment. Satisfactory reaaons for quitting the buainesa will be given. Address S. YOUNG, box 3,064, Post Offloe. ?Q HAH ?FOB SALE, THE STOCK, FIXTURES, JPO.UUU. lease and good will of an established hard ware and houae furnishing store, ia a first rate business lo cation. Address Hardware, Herald office. fl>1 CnnF0R 9ALE 0B EXCHANGE? ONE OR MORE Vl>t/vU two atory and basement frame cottages, IS by 36 and lot 100 feet, on Twenty. ilrat street; between Filth and Sixth avenues. Sou lb Brooklyn. These oottage* will be lin iahed this week; will seU them together or separately. Oara leave Fulton ferry every five minutes and paaa within two blooka. To a man ot amall means this is a good investment. Terms to auit the purohaaer. If not sold will be rented for $10 per month. C. M. HARTWICK, Real Estate Agent, 203 Broadway, room No. 1. onn ?FOR SALE, a LIGHT MANUFACTURING buainesa, now in successful operation. To an industrions man this would prove a safe and lucrative in -vestment of a small capital. The artiele meets with ready aale, and the profits are large. Business easy to conduct. Apply to RICHARD L. PURDY A CO., 119 and 121 Nassau atreet. <*i nnn -for sale cheap. wl.UUl/. For aale ehaap, a three story brick house in Bushwiok, $2,900. Alao, a two atory oottage, with two lots, in Clarenoe ville, Long Island, half anhonr'a ride from Now York; houae new? $1,000. Terms very easy. Together with a number of houses and lots in New York, Brooklyn and Williamsburg. April to PECARE8, BERNSTEIN A PHILLIPS, 61 Liberty straet. dM CA ONLY.? FOB SALE, THE FIXTURES AND ?PttUU furniture of a well established boarding house, located at the south east corner ot Forty-ninth street, Eighth avenue, directly opposite the Eighth aveaue depot, one of tha beat ia the city, now having near twenty good aud per ? manent boarders aad eaa accommodate thiriy. Ill health the oauae of selling. For particulars inquire as abort, or at 6t> University place. di^AA WILL BUY A SMALL PBINTING OFFICE, ijPTrUl/ la good order, situated in one of the best looali ties in the city, worth more than $800, now doing a weekly paper Also, new material for stereotype works. This is a rare chance for a young man with a amall oapital. Address "Printer." Herald oBoe. Messrs? A NEW HOUSE FOR SALE, IN BROOKLYN-ON J\. the south aide of Degraw atreet, between Court and Clinton. Houae three atory, basement and sub-cellar, 20 by 40 feet, with ten feet elevation, let 20 by 100. gas in each story, hot and cold water bath, marble mantels, all in good order. Sold cheap. Inquire of E. H. DAY, 44 Douglass st. Bakery for sale immediately.? the old stand, with lease, stock and fixtures, on one of the lead ing avenues, with dwelling attaohad. Let out for enough to pay the rent of the whole, to good tenants. Apply at once to C. O. THOMPSON, 81 Nassau street, room No. 7. CANAL STREET PROPERTY FOR SALE? HOUSE and lot No. 123. Prioe $16,000. A map can be seen on the building. Half the amount can remain on mortgage. The owner resides in the house. Confectionery and ice cream saloon for sale, with all the stock, fixtures, and apparatus neces sary for the business, on one of the beat locations in the olty. Inquire at 280% Bowery. Confectionery and ice cream saloon.? for sale, atock, fixtures and all necessary apparatus for carrying oa aa ice eream saloon. The location u excellent, and the eatabliahment is doing well. Laue two years to run. Will be sold low for cash. Apply to RICHARD L. PURDY A CO., 119 and 121 Nassau at. C COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE OR TO LET-AT J Weetport, Conn., either separately or together, a two atory house and cottage, with fourteen aores of laud, two boars from New York, on the New York aad New Haven Railroad and within ten minutes' walk of the railroad eta tion, situated in a remarkably healthy aad pleasant place. For further particulars inquire ot i. ALLEN, 3(7 Bowery. BRUG STORE FOR SALE,? 171 E BEAUTIFULLY LO cated store corner of Broadway aad Fourteenth street. (Union Plsce Hotel,) together with tha leaee, will, be sold low for cash or approved aeourity Full information with regard to the circumstances, busisess prospeots, Ao., may te obtained from the proprietor on the premises. TvRUG STORE FOR SALE-FIXTURES GOOD, RENT I t moderate; well situated for a druggist or physi clan; tine office room in the rear, l'riee $300. Address Physician, box 200, Herald office. Drug store for sale in chicago-tiie sub scriber offers a very eligible retail drug store for sals, in a good locatieu, under one of the principal hotels in the city, having already been in operation uenrly four years. HENRY RITCHIE. Drug store for sale.-here is a chance sei. dom offered.? The lease, stock and fixtures of a first class drug storo, on one of the best paying corners in Brook lyn. Long and well established, and doing a good business. Apply immediately to CHARLES G. THOMPSON, 81 Nas sau street, room No. 7. Feed store for sale-one of the best stands in the olty, now doing a fair business and hav ing twenty-seven stalls connected with it; rent cheap. En quire at 21 Jackson street. FOR SALE? CHESNUT GROVE COTTAGE, CLIF ton, Staten Island, oontaiuing eleven rooms, finished for a gentleman's residence; pood coach house aud one and a quarter acres of land well laid out. Also, a houses to let. Apply to C. BARTLETT, Staple ton, S. I., or leave letter with Collector. New York side. "l5oR sai.b, BY J? PECARES, BERNSTEIN A PHILLIPS, 61 Liberty atreet, near Nassan, Two three atory flrat ciass brick housea, with all tha modern improvements, in Sixty -first street. The four story first class English basement house. West Twenty -fifth si reel near Eighth avenue, having all the saedtrn improvements. Tbe foar story and basement brown atone front houae 603 Eighth avenue near Forty-second street. The three atory brick house eoracr of Clinton and Riving toa streets. Two four story brick houses, Seventh aveuae, near Twenty tllb atreet. The foar story brick house 491 East Twelfth atreet. The gore let, fcrty feet front, with the improvements thereon, west side of Eighth avenue, near Forty-sixth street. Two lots south side of Forty-fifth street, 100 feet east of Tenth avenue. Six lots in Harlem. 129th street, near Sixth aveaue. The three atory ana baaement brick bonse, flatted in hand 00 ne atyle, corner of Lee avenue and Rose strJ^, Brooklyn. Together with a number of houses aad lota in New York, Brooklyn and Williamsburg. All of tha above property will be aoW ehaap, and on eaay 1 as ma. For pals fob $c,3oo-one or those splendid brown atone houaea on th? north (id* ef Fifty aecoad street, near Eighth areuue otri, replete with all the Im provement*. being the fifth home from Eighth avenne: alio, for sale for $7. OK), that handaom* four (tory hou?e No. 187 West-Thirty eighth street, three room* deep, near Eighth avenue earn; has all the modern improvement* complete; alio, for aalc far 94,000. eaeh those two flrit clau four ttory basement houi** No*. 156 and IM East fortieth street, near Third avenue care will rent for $600 eaeh per aannm; alio, for sale for $7,G00, that four itory and haaament store No. 361 Seventh aveaue, near Twenty sixth street; nas Croton and gas throughout; rented for near $000 per annum. The titles are all perfect, and will be (old on ea?y terms. Ad drew ALEX. DAVIS, owner, at 296. Ninth avenue, near Tweaty-**veath (treet, or apply to A. J. Bleeeker, No. 7 Broad atreet. For sale? on twemty-fourth street, war North River, fourteen vaeant lot*, vary eligible for fac tories, fouadrie*. Ao. Apply to Thnrber Bailey, 63 Wall st. SALE-ON EAST TERMS, A SMALL BRICK houae la a rood neighborhood, built by the owner for "" " * arden in street. F?" o*a Ms, with air Aodern improvement*; plain ran ^??t- Apply to A KENNEDY', ISO East Thirty fifth near Third avaaua. For sale-an elegant photon and har the same was made by Lawr*aee A Co., and har a*ooby Gibson; ha* been but llttlo used. Will be sold sopa rat* or to** 'her. Apply at J arvia'|a tables, eoraer of Broad way an* 27th *tr**t. F?f RXCHANOE VOR CITY OR NEAR by rtllaa* Itlll, or other pro part v, or for (took*, good*, or merchandise of any kiad, a 'arm of 130 sore*. within tsro and a half siloa of J*pot, at Waverloy, Tioga aonntv, New York oa the Now York and Erie Railroad, one of tie mod tbriviag viUaga* aad best markat* for farm produce ia th* State. For further particulars, apply to J. A. MANVILLR, 111 Broad atroet, N. Y. FOR SALE-A LARGE SAFE, SUITABLE FOR A jeweller or watch Importer. Wilder** Patent Rich * ianpro?e?i*nt. Can b* *e*n at 43 Jay atreet, prioe SiflO, coat $65*. F)R SALE, AT FORT LEE? A NEW COTTAGE HOUSE ooataining fiv* rooms, four pantries and cellar, hard Haisbod walls, and grate in parlor, Lot, AJ'i by ISO feat deeo. Good well of water at the door. I'riee $1,750, For further particulars, inquire ol SAMUEL Wll ITEM AN, on the pre mises, or ot GEO. ARVELT, at th* grocery *tore. For sale-a beautiful country house, in the village of Madison, N, J., situated near schools, churches. and railroad depot; containing nine rooms and eel lar, with bam, carriage houae, atahle, lee iiouao, large and splendid garden, fruit treea, ten and a quarter acrea of su perior (round, spring of water and two large ponds. Price ?4,000; balf may lay on mortgage. Apply to Y. DE LA ORACERIE, on the promises. TDOR sale? A LOT or OLD IRON, RAILWAY shaft J lag. pulliee, hangers, belting, lumbar, carpenter*' work benches, vioe benches, steam nagos, water and gas meters, Ae. Apply, between 9 and IJ A. M., at No. 215 teatw at "tpOR SA LE? T*E^TOCK7riXTU*ES AND GOOD A will of n wall established hoot and shoe store. doing a good caah tiualneae, ia one of the l**ding avenue* of the oitv. Apply tc ALEXANDER BLAIR. I.W West Twentieth atroet F?R ^AI.E? AN OAK CM FACTORY. NEARLY NEW. aitnated in Bristol, Rhode Island It is furnished wtth the latest and most improved machinery oapahl-i of r-r day. AllrtM fills N ?K*1S Bri*to|, Khoie Istand. rOR BALK. rR BALK-A FIRST EAT! STAN If FOB ANT KIND of buaineM, th? leaae. Itock and fixture# of hou <e 211 W oat street, bow doiag a ft rit rate oath buiinea* Apply on the premiwa. JAMES 3PBI.MAN, rR 8ALE-THE STOCK, FIXTURRS, HORSE AND cart, and rouad and good will of leae* of an old t>?tab liihod bakery. Inquire at 302 Eighth avenue, la tha itoM. IPOR SALE? 1 111 BROWN STONE FRONT HOUSE north aid* of Twelfth (treat, between Fifth and Sixth avenue*, being the teeoad home from the Sixth arena* , in a block of five of aimilar oonitraetion; hone* 30 feet 10 in. by CO feet; lot 20 feet 10 in. by 100 feat; four atorlei, furniahed In the- bait manner. Prlee $13,800?18,900 on mortgage. Can b? *eea at ail boar*. Inquire ot F. P. JAMES A CO , 27 W aU etraet. For sale-a meat and vegetable market. neatly fitted np with marble Italia and in an exoellent neighborhood, with a good art of cuatomera. The rent *11 taken out of tha *hop. A lie opportunity tor any ona who wiihei te engage in the buainea*. Apply at the corner of Henry and Rutger* (treat. For sale-or exchange for vacant lots, fonr three atory, kaaeoaent and inb-oaUar briok houaaa on tha north aide of Wait Forty -eighth (treat, between Broadway and Sixth avenne, being in tn* immediate vicinity of Columbia College grounds. They are flniahed with all the modern improvement*. Apply to W. LIVINGSTON, 195 Broadway, up (tain. For sale? the bar and fixtures, wiru three yeara' l?a*e, of the well known Temple Salojn, 23 Meroor itreet; will bo aold cheap for caib. Inqnira on the ptomieee. For sale? in jersey city, a brick build log, 40 by 40 ieot, baaetnent, and three atorie* high, with ateam power, auitable tor manufacturing purpose*. For partioular* inquire of F. MoCRACKRN, 74 Wall atreef, New York, between 12 and 1 o'clock. For sale-the stock and fixtures or one of the beet oyater and dining oaloona that haa ever beeu offered for aale in thil city, including leaao thren yeari from next Mity. Apply to THOMAS BVRNE, on the premiiei, 64 Chatham afreet, corner of Dunne. For sale cheap? a bay mare, i? hands high, five yeara old, aound and kind, a good taaaily or road horaa, will make a faat one when .trained; oan beieen at Club (table in Downing, near Bleeoker atreet. Apply at Washington Market MAKE WEN A SALTERS, No. 8 Weat atreet aide. Foe sale cheap? four brown stone front houaea, lituated south side of 3Sth itreet, dear tha 4th nvenut; nre built in the molt (ub(tantlnl manner and hand aotneljr finished with all the modern improvement!; lot 98:9* 20 feet front Will be aold cheap ar exchanged for unira rroved lot a well looated. Apply on the premiaea ot E. K. I I. PATRICK. For sale cheap-thb stock, good will and fixture* of a hardware and homo furnlahing (tore, located in on* of the boat avennes in tha (oity. Will fie iold cheap for caih. SatUfactory reaaon( given. Apply at 121 Twelfth atroat, between Fifth and Sixth avennaa. For sale cheap? a handsome offce. made of laahea. 12 feat 9 in. by 4 feet 7 la., iul tab 1* for a tnanu laeturing bualneaa, and two vice*. Apply to Meier*. RE QUI1.E A WEyER, 487 Broadway, fourth (tory, entrance in Broome (treet. FOR SALS AND TO LIT, ONE SPLENDID COUNTER; tlso, one large atained glaia lamp, auitable for any pub lie houee; together with a number of beautiful furnWhed room*, to l*t, with or without board. Apply to E. L. TUCK ER, 133, 136 and 137 Fonrth atroat, Williamibnrg, between Sonth Fint and Second itreeta. For sale or to let? the two story and attic brick houi*. 113 Hammond atreat, lot 32x96, houaa 32x 40 deep. On rear ot lot ia a two atory building, suitable for a (table, with an alleyway eight feat wide. The hoaaa haa every modern improvement. Inquire at No. V Perry atreet. For sale or to let? a new model English basement honae, on the north aide of Thirty-flrat itreet, between Second and Third avanuea, fitted up in the beat manner, with tha modern improvementa. Inquire on the premla*?, of D. V. REED. For sale or to let? a two story attic high baaement briok houao, No. 198 Chnrch (treet, in Sood order, with modern improvements Alio to let, (tore(, ouse* and part* of hou(e(. Inquire of ROSS A ERVING, Real E?tate and Hanaa Agenti, No. 48 Eighth avaane. For rale or to let-a new three story ! briok honae, eoritainlng 13 room*, gaa. range, bath, Ac., IBB Dean atreet, South Brooklyn, gentoal neighborhood Rent $450, Alao tha low?r part of houao. 11 Third atreet. New York, containing two parlora, ona room on third floor, and kitchen. Rent $400. Apply at 132 Canal (treet, N. Y. For sale or to let-a one story and attic hou*< and ont building*, with a large garden, aituated on the Buahwick and Newtown ahell road, one mile from the penny bridge. Term* moderate, l'oaaeaaion immediately. For particnlari inquire of J. CASE, 179 East Twanty leventh street, N. Y., or B. 11. SMITH, Traine' Meadow, Newtown, Ling Isl.i nd. For sale or to let? a handsome, new four ?tor*, English bmrnent house, on Thirty-eighth street between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Rent >600, 0r will be 10IJ at ? moderate piice. E. B. K1NSH1MER, 319 Fourth avenue, 3 to 7 P. 11, For sale or exchange-good property for Investment ? Three lota on Einhtyslxtb street, running through to Eightyseventh street, 25x202 feet, between First avenue ftnd avenue A; also, on 104th street, northerly side, five lots, 26x10$ feet, and 275 feet east of Eighth avenue. Ap ply to B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. For sale or exchange-two three story brick dwellings, nearly new, in Williamsburg, 432 Grand street, on the northerly side, fifty feet from Ewen; lot 25x100 feet, front house, with store 25x40 feet; rear house twelve rooms; good property for investment. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS, 3ft Broadway. FOR SALE OR EXCHANCE-FOR A PAYING BU8I ne*s, in or near New York, two briok bouses, three stories and basement, situated in a thriving part of Jeraey City, within eight minutes' walk of the terry. They are Worth 87 000, of whioh $4,000 cftn remain on bonu and mort gage Title indisputable. Should anything he offered of more value than these buildings, tae advertiser has another house in Hoboken. whioh might be included. Address JAS. BROADMEADOW, 77 MaM.? lano. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? IN NEW ROCHELLE, A handsome country seat, near the Neptune House; a two story and baaement house, with five acres of land, hand somely laid out, fruits, plants and flowers, good outhouses, best of water, and commanding a splendid view of the river. It ia in every respeot a delightful spot. Apply to R. D. GOODWIN, Clinton Hall, Eighth street, near Broadway. For sale or exchange-two or three of the beat 'arms to he found. They .are well looated and convenient to the city. Also, several first class houses to l't furnished and unfurnished. Apply to DUNSCOMB A McMILLEN, 103 West Htreet, corner ot' Liberty, up stairs. For sale, in astoria-a well bdilt house, with marble mantels, kitchen range, and othera mo dern improvements, with eight lots, having two hundred feet front on Academy street, and one hundred fset on Ja maica avenue. The bouse is built of the best materials. The wbole will be sold at a sacrifice Part of the money can remain on bend and mortgage. For particulars, apply to Mr. ANDREW EAD1E, 117 Fulton street. New York. For sale, at astoria and jersey city? a good two fttory and attia house, filled in with brick, 2Hx 32 fett. with cjpht lots of pound, at ARtoria, situated on Jamaica avenue, near Academy street, at prosent occupied by Mr. Filby; also, at Jersey City, a good two story honi-e, as above, 22x40 feet, with' two story tea room, lot 25x120 feet, and has threo feet alley way. Apply at 212 Pearl street, second floor, back office. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN? AN EX< E<<LENT DAIRY or gTain farm in Orange county, a quarter ol' a miie from the manufacturing village ot Walden, eleven miles from Newburg, on plank roai. It contains 111 acre* of excellent land, two orchards of grafted fruit, together with a great va rietj of smaller fruit, building good, and is well watered. For further particulars, inquire of E. PRATT, 61 Fulton street, |up stairs. ClREAT BARGAIN? 91,450, TERMS EASY? FOURTEEN f acres farden land, new house, five rooms, oellur and f arret, 2(H) young apple trees, one mile from railroad depot, wenty seven miles from Brooklyn, L. I. Inquire of Mr. JOBN MILES. Post Offioe, Yorkville, N. Y. CI LA 88 WORKS? FOR SALE, THE FIXTURES, T tools, Ao. , of the glass factory situated in Brooklyn, between John and Marshall streets, near Jackson ferry, together with the lease of faotoav and dwellings. Apply at No 8 l'latt itreet, New York, HOUSES FOR SALE.? AT THE UNION SQUARE REAL Estate Offioe, No. 3 Everett House, corner ot Fourth avenue aad Seventeenth street, a fine four story brown stone bouse, in Thirty-second street, near Fifth avenue. 917,000; do., S15.00U; do., $19,000; do., three bouses, *14,000, alt be tween Madison avenue aad Broadway. A neat Eagllsh base ment bouse In Thirty-first street, a ear Lexington avenue, 9?!,SW>. Two fine bouses in Clinton plsce. Jltl.OiSl and SO. 000. Several elegant bouses in St uyvesant square, unsurpassed in excellence of finish and beauty ot location by anything In the market, from $18,000 to >24,000. Two tine four story broyrn stone bouses on Lexington avenue, >14,000 and >13 1)00. Also, upwards ot one hundred ether bouses ia various parts of the oity, at rom 93,000 to 940 WO Call and examine our list. KEYES A MUAOLyiD. LLOYD'S MANOR FOR SALE.? THE SUBSCRIBER is prepared to sail portions of his estate to gentlomen desiriag country residences, in farms of from Ave to fifty acres. This beautiful property Is situated ia Queens county, on the north side of Long Island, within two hours of New York city, by a steamboat running daily to and from, and is also accessible by railroad. The harbors, bay*, and Sound surrounding, furnish the finest batmng, fishing and sailing. The place Is wall watered with living springs of an excellent quality; aad for the site, variety aad extent of itafereet and shade trees is unrivalled in this country. The land is mostly at an elevation of from 50 to 75 feet above tidewater; the soil strong aad dry. For the remarkable healthiaess of the climate geaerally, the subscriber has permission to refer to Dr. Alexander H. Stevens, who owns an adjoining property. Further Information may be obtained on applica tion to R. O. Gorman, Esq., M William street, or Wyrant Yan Zandt. Esq., corner of IFifth avenue aad Twenty eighth street, and By addressing the subscriber at Lloyd's Manor, Huatington Post Office, Long Island. HENRY LLOYD. Livery business for sale-thb best chance ever offered to liverymen; the itock.leaca and good will of the work of the best botel in the United Stnfcsa. The stable ha* room for oao hundred horses, the host stand in the oit*. Thestablohas more conveniences than aay other stable in New York. Satisfactory reasons given for selling. Far further particular*, address, with real nam*, O. H., Herald office. Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern papers please copy. NOTICE.-FORSALE. 35 NEW LIGHT WAGONS OF different kiads, sulky aad four lest family carriages, Ac.; also, twenty horses, four small ponies, saddles, bridles, Ac. Apply at the repository aad stable, Nos. H and 10 Na vlns street, Brooklyn. PELHAMVIILI, SEVENTEEN MILES FROM THE X city, on the New Haven line? A stone built house of twelve apartmenta, with oriel window to the garden, oa half an acre ground, well of good water, Ac.; the inside of house Is unfinished and Is offer ed as it now stands for Sl.iiOO cash. Apply at office of R. HOE A CO., 11 Sheriff itreet, New Yort Pm ROPERTY IN NEW YORK TO EXCHANGE FOR property in Bergen, Newtown. Harlem, or West Ho boken. A first class four story houee and lot, to exchange for a small farm or a large two atory cottage. Possession will be given immediately. Apply at 476 Fourth itreet. SODA WATER ESTABLISHMENT FOR SALE AT A fair valuation, having been manyyears established, with ever) thing necessary for manufacturing and carrying on tho business extensively, wagoas, horses. Ac., and now in snc csssful operation, doing a business of abont $80,000 yearly. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE ? AT MP EIGHTH avsnue. for a store 45 or 80 fret deep. The ihelving and four gcod walnut top eouatori, Ac., in complete order /to be ?old at a sacrifice, on or before the lit of May. Apnlr at the above number, to WALTER AITKIN, IfcTruhth svonne. SPLENDID FARM Of 100 ACRBS-IN BBBGEN omit;, Ni* JtrMjr, Mti the Brie Ulral; cuperior laiiiupwti. Prio* $6,000, or (ixty Mm aad buildiaxa, orAard, Ae, for H.00U Apply to C. B MILLBB A CO., auetioae*ra, 196 Broadway. STATBN ISLAND?LAND PUB SALE, FOB VABMuTq or baildiag purpoae*.? A fwa o( tbnt 4 fly um. di vided by th* turnpike road ? aixteea um am oa* *M* of th* road, *ad th* remainder oa th* *th*r. Th* latUr ha* oa It ? good trtom* bouse, a farm boat*, farat buildings, a largo orchard, and a apring *f water; th* wbol* admirably sltu *t*d for building purposes; within halt aa hoar** rid* *f Port Biohmoad, aad toa mia*t**' walk *f Cholioa laadiag. Will b* sold ia ono or two ptriela, to cult poroha**r* T*rm* mod*rat* Apply t* Mo LB AN A LINTZ, N* 1?B Maid** laa*. TO PEBSONS DECLINING HOUSKKBBPINO ?AN interest ia a valuable iavaatloa for aala, la exobaag* for good bou*?b*ld tnruitnr*. Addr*** Puraltar*. for thrao d?y* Herald offioe, itatiag wh*r* interview eta b* had aad furaitar* i**n. TO POWDBR. FIBB WORKS AND OTHBB M ANUFAC tur*r*.? For sale, aa island, containing about twslv* acree, deairtbly *itaat*d with dry dock, dwelling and joiner ?hop, A*., abou' nine miles from Now York. Inquire at M Spring street, tor one w*?k. TO GERMANY AND OTHERS.? FOR SALE CI1BAP 2U7 lot* of laad oa Barge* lllll, just weat of Hobokea lota rapidly increasing in value Termi eaiy. T* aa iadll vidua! or company wbo will purchase tha whoio. or a ooa rldirable number of them, thii will be made aa object wor. thy of attantian. DEMAREST A BASSET, 4 A?tor place TO PAINTERS -FOR SALE, AN ESTBLISEED l'AINT ahop, doing a good bualneaa, or a partner woold be ta ken. Addr *?? rain tar, Herald oflic*. HOUSKg, ROOMS , dtc7, W A1VTK P. A GOOD TENANT WANTED? FOR A CONVENIENT three story basement and under cellar briok hou**, with gas, bath, range, Ac.. No. IS Smith (treat. Brooklyn, n?*r Fulton atroat, seven miautaslwalk from Wail atreat ferry, with board, if desired. FOSTER A LOPER, 4 Sand* atr**t. ' Lower part of a house wanted in willi ams barg? By a gentleman aad hi* wif?, oa* child and ser vant. A parlor, aittiag rocm, kitobon and two bedroom* re quired; ma<t l>e a*t more thaa thro* or four minutes' walk from Peok slip ferry. Addr*** (poet paid J L. A. , box 401, He rald otfioe, stating terms. locatioa, *0. PABT of a house wanted? for a shall fa mily, aituated within ten minute*' walk of the CUy Hall. Andrea* H. C. R., Herald office, with description of rooiaa. ?pOWER PRESS WANTED.? CASH WILL BE PAID X tor an Auatia power preaa. with ateam head, if ohuap. Addreaa box SdO, Poat Otfioe, atatiug aiie aad prion. SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED, ON THE outskirts of this oity. Jeriey City or Brooklyn. Eight or nine room* will be required. Rent not to exoeed $150 8 er annum. Immediate possession wanted. Addreaa T. J., ox8U2 Poat Office. TO LAWYEBS.? WANTED. AN OFFICE IN WALL street, with a lawyer having a library. Address Lawyer, Herald oflloe WANTED? A PART OP A HOUSE WITH MODERN improvement*, by a family of three crown persona. Reference exchanged. Reat not to exceed $390; the upper part of the oity preferred. Address P. L. R., Herald offle*. WANTED? BY A LADY, THE LOWER PART OF A bouse, between Twenty fifth and -r ranklln streets. Rent $200 to $250, payable ia advance; no qaestiona asked, very qai?t, Ac. Addret* Delia Middleton, Broadway Poet Office. TTTANTEd TO HIRE? A ROOM SUITABLE FOR THE TT storage of the furniture of a small family. Apply at 174 Chrysti* (treet, near Rivington. fir ANTED TO PURCHASE? A SMALL COTTAGE IN T T the vicinity of the City Hall, Brooklyn. Apply to WM. H. WARING, S43 Fulton street, Brooklya. WANTED TO RENf-A SMALL HOUSE, WITH MO dern improvements, between Houston and Fourteenth (treets, we*t of Fourth avenue. Rent not over $6ti0. Ad drese A., box 904 Post Office. WANTED? A FARM OF SO, 100 OR MORE ACRES, With good buildings, la exchange for oity property located la 121th street, fronting Mount MorrU square, be tween Fourth and Fifth avenuea. Inquire of M. G. LANE, corner of Fourth avenue and Tenth atreet. MISCELLANEOUS. 165 A CANAL STREET, NEAR VARICK. ? W. A B. VAN NOTE'S grata aad feader, kitobon raaga au' aimer rang* and stove wareroome. We have a large a* eortment of the latest patterne of mantel gratec, raagea a*U atovea, for (ale oa reaaonable terms. Gratec aad raagea act and repaired, ranges Used, brasa founders' and Jewellers furnaces built, stove* lined, baker*' evens built and r* paired. NEW INVENTION.- THE PATENTISLEEVB AXUL for wheels of every description, is now on exhibition at LoveJoy's Hotel, and the right is offered tor sale. The right for the whole Union, State, district or oouaty, will be dis posed of as may be agreed upon between the parties. E. H. GREEN, Patentee. BUTLER'S COMPOUND BALSAMIC MIXTURE Or oubebs and copaiba combined with the alcoholio extract of buohu and sarsaparilla. ?This celebrated scientific pre paration is the well Known English specitio for the obnoxious aad troublesome discharges arising from imprudenoe, and tor this complaint alone, it stands unrivalled, especially iu recent oases. It cures instantly, and in all oases where ex tracts, drop* and pills have proved useless, this mixture in fallibly cures. Price SI per bottle. Sold at No. 115 Frank lin street; No. 237 Eighth avenue, and oorner Hudson and Hammond atreeta. CARD AND JOB PRINTING.? THOSE REQUIRING card*, circulars, bill heada. hand bill i, labela, oiieeUn, re ceipts, Ac., oheaply, neatly, and accurately printed, would do well to call upon WM. CORNER, card and job printer, 41 Beekman street, five door* below William. Connecticut river shad. ? received this day, (eveuteon Connecticut river chad, from J. S. Otis, who intends to send about ?ne hundred thouaand to this market this season. All lovers ot good shad oan be supplied ? B&JAttffc gytsg ^.^u'lga^ayi^' cAin? CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES, CORNER CANAL street and Broadway.? The proprietor, going oat oi business, will sell hia entire stock of gents' and ladies' boots, shoes and gaiters, at 25 to 3* percent below usual prtoes. Boys, misses and children's boots, shoes and gaiters or every description, will be sold at lea* than cost; also, a large lot of (oiled work very low. Save a dollar on your boots, and fifty centc on galter(. ?ASH PAID FOR BOOKS, NOVELS, PAMPHLETS, and newtpapers of all kinds, old and new, by LYNCH A SHI PI ON, l'J Beekman (treet . DEMEURE A CO., MANUFACTURERS OF PATENT (pring bed bottom*, French iron b*d?teads, and mat tretses of every desoriptiou, will remove on the first ot May from 63 and t>5 Centre street to 383 Broadway, where they hope to see their patrons. DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR OLD BOOKS, PRINTS, novels or magaainea? If you do, just bring them along to the old curioaity shop, 107 Nassau street, where the high est oash price will be given for them. A large assortment of books and engravings for sale cheap. JOHN PINE, 107 Nassau street. AS FITTING AND F1 XTURE3 ?STORES, DWEL lings, faotories, and publio buildings promptly fitted up with gas pipea and flxtur** cheaper thaa any other house. A splendid aacortment of cbandeliera, pendanta, brackete, Ac., of tbe latest designs, at the wholesale and retail gaa fixture manufactory of JAMES U. MOFFET, 11!) and 121 Prince street, 3d blook west of Broalffay. AS FITTING AND FIXTURES-STORES, DWEL ling*, factories and publio buildings promptly fitted with gaa pipe and fixtures, at reduoed prices. Gaa fixtures ot the latest styles and designs, or made to order. JOSEPH H MARTIN. No. 9 Canal street, near the eorner of Centre streot. G G Important to merchants about visiting Pari*? JULES FAY, commission merchant , >1 Koe d'Hauteville, begs to inform his friends and other merchants of the United States about visiting Paris, that be has mude very extancive arrangements to give all possible facilities and the beat desirable information concerning the ensuing great Exhibition; and dealers in rieb turnitur* wlU find It very advantageous to visit his establishment. Lamps and chandeliers.-tiie subscriber would respectfully direct public attention to his large and elegaat assortment of lamps, girandoloe and vases; alao a superior quality of enmphene, burning fluid, and alcohol, wholesale and retail. FRANCIS WHITE, 218 Canal street, third door caat of Hudson. NOBTH AMERICAN LAND AGENCY, ESTABLISH ?d la 1817.? Taxti paid, deed I and other doenmenta recorded. Land* redeemed from tax sales, examination of titlei, and othflr agency bnsiaees. in nay of the Waaler) States. Land warrant! obtained end looated, through this old agency. P. 8. HUES, formerly M. Myers, X0 Broadway, oorner of Barclay (tract. NOW IH YOUR TIME TO CLEAR DP TOUR LOFTS garrets and oellars of all old rubbish, inch a? old newapapere, pamphlotc. old writing paper, old blank booki, old ichool bookc, and old paper of any cort or any ciic, for which yon can get the each , at 25 Ann ctrcet, base meat, betweea Broadway and Nassau etreet. J. CHAPNCEY STOCK WELL. NEW QUARTZ CRUSHING MACHINE RECENTLY patented, very limple in iti construction, and works with perfect eaae and effect. Ite entire weight ii leal than six tone. Parties wanting maohinei will do well to examine thie before purchasing. For particnlara apply to THUS. S. W1NSLOW, 74 Bearer street. * KOSB8, ROMS, AND FRUIT TREES.? 0. MARU, Ol Attoria, Long Island, wonld reepeetfnlly inform Ml Mead* and the pablia ia general, that ha haa for Mia ? iplendid collection of staafard aad dwarf staadasd roeea eem pricing all the new eat varictlee of hardy, ever bloomlag aad moes roeac; alio, Ave thousand dwarf fmt traec la boariac ctata; two thousand standard imported pear aM aprie<A treee, all bar lag keen selected ia Europe with Ma vary Hat aare, aad withoat regard to cert. Xadieo aad gentleman, a ma tears of tae flowers aad good frmlt, are la vited to aall aad make their selections, as early rlanMag Ii the only way of saaeeea. All plaata wtmrtli genafiia, Orderi will be thankfully received, aad promptly atteadod to. by Q. MARO. KEYOLUCION! REVOLUTION! To the iaaect world eoafueion I Bed bug*, roaehoe, aats and fleas, Moth* and laaoots a pea tree* All are killed? aad brief the tack? With E. LYON'S powder flaak; While his pills, dropped onoe or twice, Slav whole swarm a or rati aad mica. Principal depot for Lyon's magnetic powder and pills for the quick and Inevitable deetruotlon of insects and vermin, gl Broadway. ROBACK'S REVELATIONS.? Who wonld crose a stormy sea, Without com pats, sextant, helm, When he might hare all the three ? Who would tempt fate's storms, that 'whelm Purblind mortals as the/ roll. When, by magic, the dark fllm That obscures the futnre's scroll Can be rent through Robaok's aid, For wife, widow, man or maid t Dr. C. W. ROBACK, the great Swedish astrologer and necromancer. reals the future, and gives advice that ana bltta the applicant to shna misfortune, and realise hanpin <<s and good lack, at No. 171 Sycamore street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Astrological Almanaos gratis, by application by letter. HOW CASMS.? SCHMIDT A BROTHERS MANUF AC'. ' tory and warerooms, Id North William stroot, near Ctiat ham. New York, and at 77 West Third stroot, Cinoiaaau. Ohio. A large aoaortmeat eeaataatly oa haad. Old chow cases taken ia axchanc*. Orders promptly exeoated. rriHE NEW YORK OBEASE WORKS? PATENTED? 1 are making a valeable grease, for the neec of soap makers, rope walki, launching ships, railroads, oianlhnses, carriages, wagons, and cart wheels For sals h j F, F, JENKINS, a??at, t4 Droadwsy, too* 8. Aimt?, wam?l s BOARD IBM AMD LOKH? v_., 7^9 BROADWiT.-A ?A.NWOBKI.r P\ iJifWho i*)L suite of room* will bo vacated in a fow A ViaJmini abora flnt elau h?uM, whist) m b? oagagod far 3k. huo u. by a family, or aia*lr inllnui. ___ OKfll EAST TWELFTH STREET. ON fcl >?. '***? AO\J2 block from Broadwa> , to a goatlmK ?n?l ?ntv ',|r to stasis gentlemen, witb board. >rt or tbriM fatmbus ,, furnubed rooms, ooatainining bod and eoM water X home, which i( flrit olau, is handsomely furnished. and ct>* tains all the raodorn improTeaiante. Fraoch and BmIM spoken. . 1AZ HUDSON STREET, FRONTING ST. JOHN'S It tJ Room* oa aeeond ffoev. ia (trite, or separata, containing km, b?th, Ac. Refereneee exohanged. 14.^ NiNTH STREET WILL BE VACATE V TO A PEW ATU days. Suiter of handsomely furnished rooms am second and third floors. Will be lat to familiea with private tabU. or (ingle gentlemen with partial board far auauaer. Apply at ldfi Ninth (traet, between Brtadway and Fourth avenue. mWEST TWENTY FIRST STREET ?ICRS. MOORE ia prepared to negotiate with those wishing to ar rango for board the enauing rear. liaviag large flne airjr par lore ana beirooma attached, if deaired. or ia (ingle ?ult(. One, bath, Ae., complete. No moving In May. Near Eighth avenue. Q1 HENRY 8TREET.-A LARGE AND PLEASANT Ol front UN, to the teeond floor, to let, with board to a gentleman and wife The roem haa a good pantry attached, and bedroom if requited. A eonpla of (ingle gentlemen can aleo be accommodated.. 7(1 FRANKLIN STREET, FIRST HOUSE WEST OF I U Broadway.? Two parlore on th( flrat floor to lot, (operate or together; a good location for a phyaioiau; alio, five or aix (ingle and doable roam a. tor lodging, aaatly fnr niabed; eieaiUtooM (trlotly observed. AO WEST WASHINGTON PLACE ?CHOICE ROOMS tU to let, either singly or in auita, handaomely aad newly furnished, with or without partial board Families and tin gle gentlemen will do well to examine the acoommedationa offered; bona? con tain a tha modern lmprorementa. Rufer enoea exchanged. A C OROYE STREET. NEAR BLEECKER.? DELIGHT TU ful rooms on flrat and aeeond floora to let, farnUhed oc unfurnished, with board; honee ftrat olaaa, containing la provemeuta; location moat dedrable, and aeoeaaible to oara ?nd (tage liaea No childrea taken. OQ AND 40 HOWARD STREET-FURNISHED ROOMS, O O with or without breakfaat and tea; alao, a (uit of paTlora, on flrat floor, unfurniahed. Inquire at 40 Howard atieet, flrat door from the corner of Broadway, eaat aide. Kefereneea required. OK GREENE STREET ? HANDSOMELY FURNISn ZjO ed rcoma to let to gentlemen and their wives or (ingle gentlemen, with fu'l or partial board. Alao, a back parlor to let. No moving in May. Referenoei exchanged. TO CARROLL PLACE, BLEECKER STREET.? PER .10 (Onain queat of auporior accemmodationa, will plcaje call at No. 13 Carroll Plao?, Bleecker (treet. Bath, ga>, Ac., in tha houae. Refereneee required. IA UNION SQUARE -A HANDSOME PARLOR AND J." bedroom te let, on the aeeond floor, with t'nll or par tial board. Alao, two (ingle rooma. Kn-*580-* ,'ADT AND gentleman, OR <P I t'v single gentlemen, (two or throe friend*,) can have apleaaant front room, with partial board, within Btu, minntea' walk of Fulton or Wall street terries. Apply at OS Henry (treet, Brooklyn. AT NO. 91 PRINCE STREET, WEST OF AND NEAR Broadway, handaomely furnished and desirably located rooms, and auites of rooms with board; house flrat claw, family email and (elect; bath, gas, Ac. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO SINGLE gentlemen, can obtain a suite of rooms, parlor and bed room, furnished or unfurnished, on the second floor, In a pri vate family, with full or partial board. The houae hat the modern improvements, and U In a good location. Referen ces exchanged. Please oall at 101 Perry street A PRIVATE FAMILY, WITHOUT CHILDREN, would let, to one or two (ingle gentlemen, or anan i tleman and hie wile, two elegant parlors, or a parlor and 1 bedroom, with or without partial board. The house has all tha modem improvements, and ia pleasantly located, at X!4 Fourth street, oppoeita Washington aquare. A BEAUTIFUL SUITE OF ROOMS FOR A GENTLE man and lady. Also a tine room tor two single gentle men, all in second storv, with large pantries attaohed; may be bad permanently, with full board In a email family, at 91 East Thirteenth street. Honee haa all modern Improve menta. Do not move flrat of May. References exchanged. Apartments, consisting of two laroe par lors, communication, also a private table if desired, at 36 Waahington Place. A LADY KEEPING HOUSE ALMOST ALONE, wishes to get a person to board with har and pay li berally lor all the comforts of a home. For particulars ad dress Mrs. Barnes, Broadway Post Office, tor two days, post paid. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN BE ACCOMMti dated with a handsomely turniahed parlor and bedroom, or tingle room, in a private family, in the vielnitv of Four teenth street and Union aquare. Addreu R. S. Y., Union square Post Office. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY. HAVING TAKEN A house in West Twenty second street, and having more room than required would let furnished rooms to gentle men, or a gentleman and his wife. The honse ia pleasantly located, has gaa, baths, Ac. Address C. B. E., Herald office. Referencea required. A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMODATED with hourd. by applying at 389 Bowery, A RARE CHANCE FOR GENTLEMEN WIIO WISH to practice tbe French language; several furuithed roc ma to let with or without partial board, in a French ft mily. Inquire of D. 1U. A I lit N, French hatter, 2SJ9 Broad ??y- _ __ A WIDOW LADY HAS A FURNISHED PARLOR TO let, the nse ol which can be obtained by any gentleman residing out of the city. Location near tbo Aoadomy ot Mu sic. Addrese Mrs. Leroy, Union aquare Post Office. A SUITE OF, AND A SINGLE ROOM-VERY ELE ?ant, with or without boarl, with a small family, one block trom Broadway, near Washington park. Inquire at liiK-.'-? pi,?. ir????t? !'???<? --.i r>-'. Board-several rooms, handsomely fur nished, suitable for single gentlemen or gentlemen and their Wivea, will he let. with good board, in a flrat olaaa bouse, S7 Ninth street, near Filth avenue. B OARD-A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE, ALSO two or three single gentlemen, may obtain rooms at 74 Writ Twenty third (treet. Looation four doors from SUtl\ XTlhne. Reference! ^?char^?d. BOARD? PARLORS AND BEDROOMS ATTACHED, tor familiea, with board; al(o pleasant roomi for siagle gentlemen at 3S West Twei ty ? second (treet. B OARD-A WIDOW LADY, RESIDING ALONE. IN a retired looation, who for years baa baen aooustomed to t he requirements of the sick, would accommodate a lady with board, nnrsing and skillful attendanoe, previous to and during confinement. Address A Friend, Chatham square Post Office, care ol A. Swarta. OARD.? TO LET, WITH BOARD, A PLEASANT front room, for a gentleman and his wife; also, a large room for two single gentlemen, at No. 48 West Waihin*ton J lace; the bouse is pleasantly situated, Vith bathrooms, c., and is convenient to the ears and stages. Apply on the premises. ? OARD.? TO LET, WITH FULL OR PARTIAL BOARD, ' a pleasant room, suitable for a gentleman %nd wife or B B two single gentlemen, at -24 Greene street, neat Fourth. Tt-rms reasonable. References required. OARD.? PEEASANT ROOM8, WITH BOARD, CAN be obtained by applying at No. 21 Lafayette place. B Board.? permanent or transient board tor families or single gentlomen, can lie had at reaaona ble prices at 3f>4 Washington street, corner of North Moore street. BOARD.-A SL'ITEOF UNFURNISHED ROOMS. SEPA rately or together, and a furnished room may be had. with board, in a small private family, where tbe oomrorts of a home can be enjoyed. Houae modern. Apply at No. 8 Wairen place, Charles street. B OARD-A FRONT PARLOR, WITH PANTRIES ON second floor, snitulile for a gi ntleman and wife, with reasonable board. Apply at 14H East Twenty first street. BOARD-AT 2S NINTH STREET. VERY FINE LAROE and small furnished rooms, in suits or single, may be bad, with board, as above; every comfort and modern im provement. Apply early. BOARD-AT 14S EIGHTH STREET, OPPOSITE THE Mercantile Library. Several fine rooms may be had. Apply at 113 Clinton place. BOARD-AT 100 EAST SIXTEENTH STREET, SECOND door east from Stnyvesant park and Livingston place, in a private family; fine roome, with large closets attaehed, containing hot ana cold water, for a gentleman and wife, or two , or (three single gentlemen. No iaovlng in May. Refe rences exohanged. BOARD.- PARTIAL BOARD-BRBAKFAST AND sup per, with dinner on Sundays, wanted, by a party of three young gentlemen, in a private family; location not too tar up town. Adtfresa, stating lowest terms, Scotia, Herald office. References given if required. Board in a private family- with suite of rooms, for a small genteel family, In an elegant brown stone house, ia Thirteenth street, between Seooad aid Third avennee. Alao, basement to rant, ia the (ame house, suit able for physiilaa'sor surveyors office .referencea exohanged. Inquire at 186 Eaat Broadway. OARD DOWN TOWM.-GENTLEIIEN AND THEIR _ wives, aad ain?le gentlemen, can obtain geed aad very comfortable apartmeata, by applying at No. 8 Broadway, tbe large white hease opposite tie Bowling Greea. Tran dent board era taken. B Board near st. johvs park-bedroom and parlor, handsomely furnished; also ether rooms, to let to single gentlemen, with partial board, in a flrat class bouse, 18 Vaiick street. Bath aad gas, and privilege of Park. Refereacea exchanged. Board in brooeltn.-a few gentlemen, or gentlemen and their wivee, can be accommodated with pleasant reoms, in a vary desirable neighborhood, eonve nient to tbe fwriea, by applying at 431 Pacific street. Board in twentieth street-two doors from Broadway. Suite of richly furnished room(, either with or without partial board, can be obtained by applyiag at 18 Eaat Twentieth street. Board in brooelyn.-a lady, having a bonae pleaeantly located, with all tbe modern improve ments would let a suit of rooms, furnished or unfurnished, to a gentleman and his wife, or two siagle gentlemen, with board. References exchanged. Apply at t>2 Wiiloughby st. Board in brooklyn-in a private family, tor a gentleman and wife, with reference 123 Sands street. Board in horoken? ior three persons, from May lat. in a private family where there ar? no other boarder*; will req uirn a ? om and bedroom nnfurntah- , C.I, where they ean enjoy tbe comfort* ot a home. Refer-M tncee given and required. Addreee H. M. C , Herald office ? OARD IN SOUTH BROOKLYN. ? PLEASANT reoms, with bedrooms^ aad pantries attached, with B XJ reome, with bedrooms and paatriea attached, with board for gentlemen ami their wives, or single gentleman, ean be bad at No. ? Tompkias plaoe. Refereneee aaehangad. B'nfahed O. nNrr, ?en. L^amt?; "enable. AddVeu s ???mer. "iliS' tbe.l.t of May. 3 H ? offloe. Board in jkrsey citt? a furnished parlor and single rooma. to 1st. to gentlemen, with full or pir tial board, ia a bonae fnraiahed with all the modern improvt poati: terms moderate. AUre? Bm J , iUraid BOARDING AWD UNKHm& Board in hobokbn.-two labcb ROOMS, EACH euitabla for two liiuile aaatleaan, m?j U> obta-oeJ. with partial board, at 17 WMhiogton. terrace Rafaroa.coe ?x eliat|ii Board in tub countrt? within two hours ride of the oity, ui within ooa mil I of caa of tin prio cipal depots on the Now Uafaa Railroad. Luoatiaa retire*!, htalih) ami \try |>l<aaaut 1'ereona wUlim* a quiat coaa try home,' will Anil thu a doatrakla location. Far turtuar particular!, inquire at 02 John at met. Rafereaaa exchange! C0UNTEY.-01NT*EL BOARD MAY tJ-*l*btW*.!?wr MMliMubridro. halt u hoar ? rid* J '? ' ^*Ul br ">? Harlem IUUro?d-e?r? run ? hourly. UaBiUtiN t,?k?U obuuid Uau.? Mir, nmtp k Z. r ti . Aupijr on tha prvmna., to tfcTlMa ?t ??5 .* ?? I'MHWgll" C#rt lftudt ?ifv ' **3 Leonard S#ott &4 G?H itrwt, Y^rlL TJOAHtD 1 \8?T"???IlUHN,Dr^ rEW S'fOU GEN' ! 15 tU-BMi with board aadplaa?ant ' airy room i? ,le hnuia, aituat?d on the ?*w York kT<m. Cbrttra, ciiftoa, Statab Mand. The bo* "f< V,w WL#r0;Sd ??4 k,M ? ??? *??? of tli* Bay and ntr t J Tker* ia aUa a ?t*bl? an 1 CHrrnme houea att. Fouiti. . JL.*1?* ' Inquir# at tlu a bare plana, or at It fourth avenge Board wanted - * yoovo gentleman wishes to ?????* ? laraiafc* , r0?m?.F*'> pttrtial board, in a re , aucctable Anieriuna priva ? 'amur ia tbo neighborhood af Eaat Broadway. Mdnai ? t*-? bux '.?7 Pott Ofere, itatinx termi. Board wantm?? good published apart ro?uti, with board>, for a la ?/. ohiid and none, in a ?mall respectable family. Term* mail b? moderate. Ad draw J C., Hvrald oBm. Board wantid? by a widow- lady, where theru ii no moving in May, in a s.'nall family or genteel boarding house; will require a small tarnished room. Ad drees Mrs. C. D.. Herald ofhee, stating terms, which must be moderate. References given and required. Board wanted-by a gentleman and his wife. A private family preferred Location any where within two or turee blocks oi the Metropolitan Hotel. Ad dress Myself, Ilerald office. Board wanted? ok Brooklyn heights, nesr Wall street ferry, a pleasant room, with partial board, by a single gentleman. Address box 3, UU Post Office. New York. Board wanted? by a lady and gentleman, board for the lady only, in a private family whore thore are no other be urdim. i'leasu adores* Or? n Allen, Broad way Post Office, stating location, terms, Ac. Board wanted in brooklyn.-in a private family, whore there are no other hoarders preferred, and where the oomforts of a homo may be enjoyed, for a young gentleman and wife, from about the 1st or May; board for the gentleman from now until then; distance not to be over fifteen minutes' walk from Pulton ferry. Address D. B., box 133!) Post Office, New York, stating location, terms, to. Board wanted in williamsbubg-by two gentlemen and their wives, in a private family, with the modern improvements, near I'eck slip ferry. Terms reason able. Address N. 8., Herald office. Board wanted on staten island? by foue yonng gentlemen of high respectability. Private family preferred, and dinner a* 6 o'clock, flease address E. B., box 3,.ul 1'ost Office, stating particular*. Boarding.? a front suit or rooms to let, together or separata, in a first class private boarding house np town: locality very desirable tor the summer; rooms airy and pleasant; possesses every facility of access to all parts of the oity. References exchanged. Apply at 531 West Fourteenth street. Boarding? at no. 4 tillary street, brook lju. Mrs. Scott having rented this honsa, purpose* to accommodate a few gintlemen with full or partial board. The location is convenient for Pnlton and Wall street ferries | BOARDINC-SOUTn BROOKLYN.? A GENTLEMAN and lady and two single gentlemen oan he aooommo dated with pleasant rooms and board, in a small private fa mily, ten minutee' wslk from South ferrv; terms moderate. Apply at IS Douglas street, near Court, South Brooklyn. BOARDINO.? PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD, can be obtained at 43 Ninth street, between Fifth ana (Sixth avenues. Boarding? a gentleman and wife, or two ?ingle gentlemen, oan obtain eomfortable rooms, with bosrd, in a plain piivate family, without children; persons desiring a neat, quiet house may be suited on reasonable terms. Apply at 119 Nineteenth street, betweem Second and Third avenues. BOARDING-AT 120 AND 123 CHAMBERS STREET. Fine large pleasant, newly tarnished rooms for tami lies, with ever* convenienoe attached; alto, pleasant rooms for single gentlemen, with full board; rooms to accommo date a psrty of four geatlemen. Day boarders accommo dated also. Reference required. Boarding.? a private family, occupying a first class honse, containing all the modern improve ments, and pleasantly located in West Eighteenth street, mar Fifth avenue, will let, unfurnished, two front rooms on second floor. Dinner at 0 o'clock. Address J. B. W., Herald offioe. Boarding?two gentlemen an d their wives can have plessant unfurnished rooms, with boarl, in the aecond etory of bou?e No. 61 East Broadway. No mov ing at May. Boarding? city and country.? families and : single gentlemen can now secure very p casant accom modation, in a first class brown stone house, conveniently | situated; country board, only one hour's d stance from the city, in a delightful location; terms moderate. Apply at ill | West Eighteenth street, near Fifth avenue. Boarding? an american widow lady would 1 like to make an arrangement with a gentleman and laily who would advance fifty dollars, for which a fu-nnhtd room, with partial board, can be had; a good opportunity for those wishing to live plsin and retired. Address, for two days, L. T. M., Broadway Post Offioe. BOARDINO -A PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD LET TO a gentleman and lady or two aiagle gentlemen the se cond floor, with partial hoard; full board for tbe lady. The honse is located a few bloeka west of Broadway, one door from Bleeckcr street. Those wishing to pay reasonably for ISLTiL. accommodation, will please address box 19* neral^ BOARDINO BY THB DAY pi* WUK-AT NO. 10 Henry street, between Catherine streets. """A* ?*B..,em?a ana ladles visiting the oity, nrl.t ?'?"* business down town, will And this ft Hz ", pldittnt and ct mtortable hom?. ' ViOARDlNG IN BROOKLYN.? PLEASANT ROOMS, -U with board, auitable tor families and single gentlemen, may be bad in a first class house, convenient to South and Wall street ferries. Apply at 240 Henry street. Boarding in williambburg. - a married couple or two single gentlemen can be accommodated, on moderate terms, with neatly furnished bedrooms ana board, in a respeotable private family of three persons only, and no other boarders taken? 102)? South Eighth street, three minutes' walk from Peck slip and Division avouue ter ries. References exchanged. Apply on the premises. Brooklyn.-a fine parlor, with laroe ; pantry and bedroom, on second floor, with fuil or par tial board, for a lady ana gentleman without children, or | two single gentlemtn. in a first class house, near South and Wall ftreet ferries. Terms moderate and no moving in May. , Apply at 24! Henry street. COUNTRY BOARD MAY BE HAD AT A PLEASANT residence seven miles from Brooklyn. The nouse is ' large and airy, with fine lawn and shade trees, oonvenient of ! sceess bj cars or stages; a desirable^ilace for families. For I rurtlier particulars, apply at 71 East Twenty thlri street. I Accommodations also for horses. (HSUNTRY BOARD WANTED FOR A SMALL FAMILY, J within forty miles and oi easy access to the city. Ad drcs C., box 1,9".W, l'ost office. (10UNTRY BOARD.? A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE ) can have board from May to October, in a small private family, whose house is pleasantly situated in a very healthy location, within an houra' ride by railroad of the city. Re ferences required. Address E. E. E? Herald office. T\ORIS HOUSE, 108 BOWERY-FURNISHED ROOMS JLJ to let, with board, to families or single gentlemen. Day boarders accommodated. Gas in all the rooms, oold and warm baths. Elegant rooms, fronting on Washington square.? A strictly private family, occupying a first Skat private residence, a few doora west of Broadway, near ? Breroort House, would let, to one or two geatlemen of high ret poets hility, aa entire floor, rlchlv furnished, with partla' bosrd served in their parlor. Address, with fall name. Rooms, Journal of Commerce office. EURNISHBD ROOMS-TO LET, IN SOUTH BROOK) lyn. to one or two gentlemen, with or without break t and tea. The honse is one of the finest and mos commodious in Brooklyn; the recoil airy, and newly fur nished in tbe best style; the situation is lofty and healthy, only a few rods from the ronte oi the Greenwood oars, ana within five minutes' walk of Hamilton ferry. Good re - ferenee required and given. Address H. M.. at tbe Herald sfflce, for partlenlars. Furnished rooms, with board, fo* single gentlemen, or geatlemen aad their wives. Apply at 13 West Twenty first street, corner of Sixth avenne. Furnished rooms.? a rbspbctable family, having more room than required, would let a sitting room, two or mora bedrooms, aad use of kitchen to a small family, or to two or three single gentlemen. Inquire at 34 West Sixteenth street, two door* from Sixth avenue. Furnished rooms, in suites or separately, can be obtained, with board, ia a first class house, by applying at No. 44 East Sixteenth street, corner of Irviag plaoe, aad wlthia a block of Unioa square. Reference* <x ohanged. , Furnished rooms.-a private family hav ing more room than they reqaire, would let two nicely furnished rooms to a party of gentlemen, on tbe eocond floor ? they are very desirable, gas and hath room in the bouse? with partial board, if required. References ex changed. Inquire at 709 Houston street. Furnished rooms.-to let, two well fur niahed rooms, with gas and Crotoa water, in a private family, without board. Apply at 1M Bowery, ia tbe drug store. GENTLEMEN CAN BE PROVIDED WITH ROOMS, without board, at No. If Jav street, near Greenwich street. Very convenient for those doing business down town. HOBOKEN.-A STRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY, RE ?Iding ia oae of the finest block* la the city, wish to board a gentleman and wife. They will have all the com forts of a quiet, genteel homo. Term* moderate, as profit is not sought. For full particular* address M. S. 0., box No. 1.922 Post Office. JERSEY CITT BOARD ? WANTED, A HOME FOR A boy about twelve y oar* of in, la a domestic aad quiet family. Address T. T. T. Herald offioe. Madame meyers will remove, on the first of May, from No. t Leroy place, to No. 6, opposite, where, In consequoneo of the greater number of apartments, sbs has still unengaged rooms tor gentlemen and wives, and several rooms for stogie gentlemen Ilreakfaat rrom - o'clock to Id; dinner at 6. Also, an offioe oonvenioat for a doctor. Please inquire of Mme. Meyer*, No. 2 Loroy place, till 1st of Msy. NO. 6 ST. MASK'S PLACE -A LARGE WELL fnrnlshed front reom, suitable for a gentleman and la [dy or two single gentlemen, to let with board. Dinner at d o clock. Rooms to let? furnish ed or unfurnished. to single gentlemen only, without board. Tbe honse ha* all the modera improvements. Apply at 387 Fourth s'reet, between the Bowery and Lafayette place. Rooms to let with board-in a private loardiag hcuao, to gentlemen an-f their wives, or sia- I fie gentlemen, ia the vicinity of St Lake's chnrch, location I dea<rat l?, terpis reasonable Apoly at tfi Grotarioh ?t(**t. I t I ?OAROtBtq AHP LOPOBIO. ONE OR TWO SMALL KAMI LIES CAW BE ACCOM modate4 with (ln-j ?*) m. aa4 b>a?4, il Tt But TfMtT tliird MrwL Th^ bouM caatftiu All U? inodoru un Pfora ment?, ttj fit plaaaaatly located, MfNi Fourlt and Lh it<t >n >v.'iki?i PARTIAL BOARD IN BROOKLYN. -A I'KtVATR family, with a largo and e >mmodiout houae, r-try pioa wntly iituaud, iDiiMr Fultoa lorry, would like * few young (entleuiou ta broakfaet tod tea, With dlnaer >o lu a*y?. Reference* oichanged Addro** Po*t OAm. w r*fh PARTIAL BOARD WANTRD? BY TWO GENTLEMEN i> ? plaiut prirate family when. they ou have Ma ujb of A pmuu wbea ?0 InclinoJ RefereaaM iigiitutd 1'ltAM addto** C. A. B. Herald oMoa, .utim, PRIVATE Bf. A 8 DING? IK VERA I. VERT PLEASANT room J la *uit. or *ep?rat*ly, cither hnuM or anfar in ho haJ with hoard, wo ntioubU tormi, ia a ?rifAto family, reaidiag at No. 280 Fourth hum. [gnoMt Cborch ) Tho noaaa it ABaly loo* tod, and baa a> the moSftrn Improvement* Reference! eaohauged Rooms, with board. -single gentlemen, <mr geatlamaa mad tholr wl?o?, withiaf to emioy the com ? torti of home. can ho h*adaoaa*ly aooommedatod la a flrah Clita modern bouea, hjr iptWlai at 19ft Ri*bteeuth (treat, ia the immediate Tlctalty of tw? railroad*. Rooms with board-elegant suits or room ia a now browa etooo homo, la*? ompletod ia Fob* teentli otreet. near Uuion tquare Noae neod Mlftr oaooph thoao ? ho can apptooiata a flrat olau hoaoo m ara?y rupin. Addreae "Chanmng." Herald olio*. rLET ? FURNISHED ROOMS. AT 17 BRNITIOK ?treet. front and back parlor*, oa flret floor, aod a large room on aocond floor, alto, bedroom* for tiagla goatfta nea, with or without board. r LET-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS. AT ?l SIXTH areaae, fronting the arcane, mutable for a (Baa Bad alto or two (ingle gentlemen with board, ia a prirate family, where tbore are no ehildrta, meal* tarred ia the room* K renwirad. Tonne S10 a week TO LET DOWN TOWN? ONE OK TWO PLEASANT furnished rooms fur gentlsmen, without board Aoalw *t 88 Murray street TWO SUITS OF HANDSOMELY Fl'RNlSHKD ROOKS are now to let at No. 1 Or eat Jones str?et, corner ef ; Broadway: will be U* together aria single rooms, it desired. A private table cm be furnished. TWO GENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES CAH HAVE pleasant unfurnished rooms, with board, ia tbe eeooad story ot bowae No. CI Eaat BrJndway. No moving at Map. TWO PABLUBS, WITH BEDROOMS ATTACHE*, furnished or unfurnished, with tull or partial board also tw<> tingle rooms, saitable for gentlemen with or with' out board, csa be had an reasonable terms by those who wish to bocomu permanent. Apply at 38 Great Jones struet, near Lafayette place. TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS ? A LADY, LIVING on a I A rrn in the oueatry, ia desirous of obtaining a few r>-epectaMe children tu board, where they will hare a mo ther's care, aud enjor the comfort* ol a home. Dutaaoo, ? wo bonis' rido bv railroad, for farther particulars an ply at 40 South Third street, ar 39 Soutn Seventh strse*, Wil liamsburg; or ol Mr*. Boyle, 84 West Twenty ninth street. New York. The comforts op a home is now offered to gentlemen wishing to be accommodated with large, handsome tutms and privilege of partial board, in a private family, in Court street, opposite Warren. Brooklyn. Ra ferences exchanged. Address W. D.f box 1,334 Post OOm. New York. Unfurnished rooms, with board? two sb cond story parlors, with bedroom and pantries attach *<", and supplied with gas, may be obtained with a i private family by applying at 538 Greenwich street, . site Van dam street. VERY LARGE FINE ROtVMS, ON THE THIRD FLOOR, a tid very pleasant single rooms on tbe fourrh. either with or without boarding; hou-e has all modern conveniences, references exchanged. A pjfly at 231 Tenth street. WANTED? FULL BOARDING AND A SING LB room, by a strictly temperate single gentleman, with a family where good society and the comforts of a home can be had at IA a we?k. Reference given. Address, tor one week, Astor, Herald <ffios. WANTED-BY A WIDOW LADY, BOARD AND rooms, ia a comfortable house, situated near Broad way. between Fourth and Fourteenth street, whore there ure no other boarders preferred. Terms must be moderate Address or apply at Xf East Twenty eighth street. SPECIAL MOTICKS. A CARD. ? MESSRS. THORBURN A CO. BEG TO RE il turn their sincere thanks to the Fire Company and the fiii.ahitants of Astorif, L. I., generally, for their well timed and successful exertisns in saving their property from total destruction, at the Are at the above plaoe, oa the inoraiag of the 12th Inst. a ? All persons having claims against theo dore L. Magagnos, Es t., will present them duly veri fied to the subscriber at Ins oflioe, No. 97 Maiden laae, (Messrs. Sheehan A Bon.) and all persons indebted to Mr. Maiugnos are requested to pay the same to the subscriber at the ssme place. GEO. L. SHAW, Asslgaee. COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, CITY OF ST. LOVIS. J Mnrch, 26, 1805. ? Great closing sale of the Third sub division of the city commons, St. bonis, Missouri? 1.70# beautiful building lots 'at auetioa? By order of the Mayer aad Council of the city of St. Louis, Missouri, on Wednesday. May 2, 18A6, we will sell at public auotion the entire number ot lots in the city commons, belonging to the city, remaining unsold. This property comprises the subdivisions of oily commons blocks Noi. *5, 36, 27, 28, 4ft and 46. These blocks have boen snbdividod Into (mailer lots of tweaty-ftve feet trout each, by a depth of one hundred and twent-five feet, each lot fronting on a broad aad beautiful avenue. The ground is most beautifully situated immddiately back of tho present city limits, oa a nigh and commanding point, afford ing a magnificent viow of the entire city of St. Louis, the ! Mississippi River nu the east, and the beautiful undulating firairie on tho west. Broad and splendid avenues have boon aid off and opened within the past year through the groade, I and many of them are already macadamised; large tracts have been reserved and retained by the city for p vrkt, whiah ? nre beautifully located, son* of which are already ia a high I state of improvement. ; Terms of eHr-Oae sixth oath; the balance ia equal pay - men's. v.'? hat, two, three, four aad Ave years, with latere** 1 U tbt rate of six per cent per annum, soeurod by deeds of ; trust oa the property. H. OVERSTOLZ, Comptroller, j * ? o?*r naitieiUreayily to _ I Office .<o. 71 Chesnul slri-ei St. Louis. L' EGAL AND GENERAL REPORTING.? MESSRS. HAYES. HINCKS, CAREY A CO. have opened office*. | Iti and 17 franklin Buildings, llffi Broadway, for short hand l reporting. Their position and experienee as Congressional, legal ana newspaper reporters, warrant them in promising 1 tb<- utmost accuracy and expedition in fulfilling orders. L' OANS WANTED ON BOND AND MORTGAGE. - fM.OO, $3).(;00, S14.000. $12,0(10, SHMJOO, t*,W0 $7 MM. (-1, uuo, $3,000, A.O.. on down town stores and first cla** dwellings in thi? citv, worth more than double the amoant i of loan; also Jf>,U0U wanted on a farm; mortgages for sale. I Apply to DAVIS A TOTTEN, 1M Broadway, room No. 7 NEW JERSEY FRANKL1N1TE COMPANY TRANSFER office, No. 24 William street, New York, April 10, 1HB6. ?A meeting of this company w<11 bo held at one o'clock on Tuesday, the 1st day of May next, at the American Hotel, Jersey, City, for the election of directors and the trnnsaetioa of other business. The poll will be opened at 2 o'clock, aad closed at .1 P. M. JAMES L. CURTIS, President. PRGCSTEMUS COLUMBIAN LITERARY CLUB.? THE fourth anniversary of the Columbian Literary Club will be held at tbe ehapel of tbe New York University, on Tueo day evening, April 17. atfto'olock. Music by Dodoortb's band. PniLIP H. BOWNE, President. Jams.* Morrison, Jr., Secretary. ROBT. THOMPSON. JR., COMMISSIONER FOR PS.VN sylvania, office. Irving Bank Building, Greenwich aad Warren streets, New York. SPECIAL NOTICE? THE ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF tbe United Clumbers' Benevolent Society will beheld at tbe Florence ilotel. corner of Broadway and Walker street, on Wednesday evening. April 18, at 7 o'olock. Member* oaa procure tickets ot Messrs. Nathaniel Sawver, John I'earoe, Wm. O. Creamer, or ef the Committee. No tlekets will h? sold after Monday ovenlng, tbe 16th Inst. ALEXANDER EAGLESON, ) JAMES INGRAM, > Committee. L. W. LEANEY, i VERMONT COPPER MINING COMPANY.-A SPE rial meeting of the stockholders of this company will be held on Friday, April 20, at 12 o'eloek M , at No. IS Biondway . Every stockholder is requested to be present EDWARD M. JOHNSON. Treastaer. COEPORMTOfll(frlCEI. CORPORATION NOTICE.? THE CELLARS CONNECT - sd with Washington market, and tha tbres stores be longing to tbe corporation, coraer Amos street and Green wich avenue, will be leased on bids at pnblls auetioa oa Monday, April 16. 18&5, at 12 o'clock M., at the City Hall, for the term of one year fiom tbe firat day of May next. N. B.? The following houses will also be leased for one year from the 1st of May next, at the saws time aad ptaeo, vis:? Tbe three story bnck bouse ia Willet street, betweoa Riv ington and S'aaton streets, formerly oocupied by Hole Com pany No. 29. The three story brisk hosss la Thirteenth street, near avenne C, formerly occupied by Engine Com pany No. 18. Tbe two story brisk dwelling bonss No. 160 West Thirteenth street, near Grsenwioh avsnns. List of the propei ty to he leased, containing also the terms aad*oa ditions of sale, may bo obtained at tho ComptroUer's ilss, No. ft Hall of Records. A. C. FLAGG, Comptroller. Finance Department, Comptroller's Office, New York, MarohlO, 1886. SPORTING, 4(0. A THOROUGH BRED POINTER DOO FOR SALE1? warranted well bnske, aad perfectly staaaeh. Ho ia very handsome, retrieves well, and esm be seen oa birds. Fer further particulars address B. B., Herald office. Birds.? loo pair the best long bbeed bbl ginm canaries, all mated. A lot of breeding and fancy cages. Ths best mocking bird ia tho city will be sold ah oost, to close tho busiaoos, oa the ZVth ef April.? 327 Bowery, near Second stroot. Fob sale? a fine full blooded enolisb greyhound dog pap, eight months old. (Jan ho sees ah 42 Plae street. For sale chbap-a large, handsome young Nswfoundlafed dog. caa bo eaea at 305 Columbia street, one door from Atlantic, South Brooklyn. Moceino birds for sale.? seven splendid birds, these birds are from two to three years old, ther mock eat, dot, hon, rooster and ar* mat to he exoetled by aay ia ths city. Apply 476 Fourth street. fTO SPORTSMEN .-FOB SALE. NINS FULL BRSD 1 setter pupptee, ef tuperior breeding and beautifully marked. They are well worthy the attentloa of sportsmen or others fond of well jbred fansy dogs. Maybe seen at 31 EMppenvllle street, Hefcokeu, N. J., a short distance from tbe Hobokea Ridiag School. FCRtlTTRE. I[>OR SALE-THE FURNITURE OF A GENTEEL 1 t'oartiittff houM; it b?? b??n in ???? jry?r, will Mli cheap ss the lady is obliged to leave the oity. Looatiea of the house good and doing a good buslssss. Address, poet paid. C. F. L.. hex I.OKft Post Office. FURNITURE? FURNITURE.? THE HIGH SST CASH price raid for second hand household farnitnro, e*r pets. pianofortes, nautical^ Isrtrumoats^ sUvor plate, gold watohes, Jewelrj> la then a o street, by Bo caffTat a Walters Handsome rosewood chamsrr fuenithre for sale -^A gentleman aboat leaving the sity , wUl e*)> his ehambsr furniture etogor*. art teles to eoek by iald. a* a Klow Price; have been in use bat two months. Andy at xingten avsnns, near Twenty-fourth St.. ft em > toVjr M. B^OJAS A CO., BAKUF ACTURERS OF FASBTOBABLE and every kind of furaitar*, haviag ealarged tho?r premises, are now pro pared to oter a large aad eiteaslv* ee sort meet at moderate prices, wholesale and retail. War* rcoms Btoadway , corao^ of BtWffie itmt.