Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 16, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 16, 1855 Page 3
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AiranKinm inawn torn in. FOE gALB. <11 O AAA ?170 ACRES RICH LAND, NORTH SIDE ?pl^.UUU. Long Island. 16 mils* from Now York, (shore front), Urge coitly buildings, three orchards, brook, springe, Ac. Alee, ltd eere farm, 37 miles from New York, ?ear the ehore; comfortable house, new barn, cow house Ac., K0td fruit and locust timber la abuoda&ce. Prioe S.iiOOO. K. A. BUNCE, 211 Broadway, roomS. nOfl ?FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR SALE. ? A ?pO,l/UU. new cottage, furnished throughout in genteel Style, witA carriage honee, frnit, shrubbery, and one acre of grout, aituated near Jamaica, will be sold, with or with out tbe furniture, cheap. U. L. SHELDON, H3 Nassau it. enn ONLY? FOR THAT THREE STORY STONE ipUtOvU baeemeat sub-cellar briok house, with all the improvements of the age. Gas, range, het aad cold water, hot air turnarei, gas fixtures for cooking, speaking tube, Ac. House oa Hicks street, fire minutes from South Ferry, Brooklyn. DE MOTT, IS Spruoe street. ? K Ann ?a business roR sale, wits the H)t??V/UVi manufacturing machinery and material all o> Mad; has keen established forty years; includes grounds aad building*. The good will alone is worth the money. So desirable an opportunity for business rar? ly offers. Apply to C. B. HOWES, M Nassau street, AO AAA-A WELL ESTABLISHED CASH BUSI tPOiUuv ness, on Broadway. With a small onpital, the above amount may be realized yearly. Rent very low. A ?mail stoek of goods will be sold at a sacrifice. This is an excellent chance for a business man. Please call and ex amlae. Apply to SMITH A LYON, 821 Broadway. *1 Ann ?'OR SALE CHEAP. ?l.VuU. For salsoheap, a three story brick house in Bunhwick, $2,800. Also, a two story cottage, with two lots, in Ctarenoe ville, Long Island, halt an hour's ride from New York; bouse aew? 91,000. Terms very easy. Together with a number of houses aad lots in New York.* Brooklyn and Williamsburg. Apply to FECAREtf. BERNSTEIN A PHILLIPS, ? 61 Liberty street. AOCA-FOR SALE? A SPLENDID, GENTEEL BUSI tp^UU ness, cltariag net $1,600 yearly, over every ex pense. Also, K47 acres beautiful farming and boavily tim bered land in Herkimer oeunty, at $0 per acre. Alec, supe rior brown stone house to let, on Court street, Brooklyn. Rent $900. Also, superior dining and lodging bouse, $1,600. Apply at United States agency, 212 Broadway, room 1.1. d?KA? FOR SALE-A LIGHT, PLEASANT IN-DOOR tpuU business, that eaa be easily made to pay $15 to $.'M a week profit. Tools, stock, 4o., for the above sum. This will be round a good chanoe for enterprise. Apply at No. 6 Catherine street, room 12, up stairs. A RARE CHANCE.? A HOUSE AND STORE, OF twelve years' standing in the hosiery and fancy busi ness, with a lease of five years to run from 1st of Hay next. Rent $700 yearly, with a stock of about $6,000. Also, the furniture of the house for sale. Terms moderate. For par ticulars inquire at 380 Bowery, near Fourth avenue. ASEOAR STORE FOR SALH? NEAR CHATHAM square, in a groat business thoroughfare, established ant kept by the present proprietor for the past three years. Price tor lease, stock, fixtures, Ac., $360. The present pro prietor carries on the manufacturing of segars. Apply to C. B. HOWES A CO., 84 Nussau street. I A DRUG STORE FOR SALE, NEATLY FITTED UP and doing a good business, located, in tbe upper part of the city: rent low, and having a lease ot six years, a good sbance for any one desirous of entering the drug business. Address M. JULIEN, this office. No agents noed apply. A FARM OF 67 ACRES FUR SALE-OR WILL EX L change for New York, Williamsburg or Brooklyn pro irty, situated in Onondaga oounty, N. Y. Inquire of VALENTINE, M Eighth avenue. JoS I sils all oomplete, and the location unsurpassed in New Vork. The place will pay $1,000 the coming eeason, for selling ice cream. C. B. HOWES A CO , 81 Nassau street. Broadway segar store for sale cheap? on aocouut of sickness ot the proprietor. Inquiro at 611 Broadway, in tbe segar store. ? I ANAL STREET PROPERTY FOR SALE? HOUSE I and lot No. 123. Price $16,000. A map oan be seen on * building. Half the amount oan remain on mortgage. The owner resides in the house. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR BALE VERY CHEAP? or exchange for city property. Is situated near the beautiftal village of White Plains, fronting on ilarlem Rail road aad Bronx river, and but one fourth of a mi e from de pot; one hour and twenty minutes from Wall street, ihere are nearly twenty aores beautiful clear land, evory variety of fruit trees, a large, aew two story and attio double house with wings, new carriage house, ponltrv house, ice house filled with ice, Ao., tbe spring crops and garden now being plaated. Possession immediately if desired. For further particulars inquire at 17 W ater street. CHEAP, CHEAP FOR CASH-THE LEASE, STOCK and fixtures of a house and groeery store in tuo Fourth ward; one of the oldest and beet stands in the ward. Will be sold cheap, as the owner is about going to California. For particulars apply at 62 James St., from 9 to 12 o'olook, A. M. BRUQ STORE FOR SALE IN CHICAGO-TH E SUB scriber offers a very eligible retail drug storo for sale, in a good location, under one ot the principal hotels in the ?lty, having already been in operation nearly four years. HENRY RITCHIE. D Drug store for sale? situated in a pleasant and growing part of the city, and doing a moderate business, but capable ut being greatly Increased. Apply at 1,100 Broadway, near Thirty-second street, RUG STORE FOR SALE? IN ONE OF THE BEST business avenues. It is elegantly fitted up, thoroughly stocked, aad doing a good paying business. The most satis factory reasons given for selling. Prioe $3,000. Address A. B. C., Union square Post Offioe. Drug store for sale-a small drug store, neatly fitted up, with a fair prnctice attached, in a fa vorable location, in Brooklyn. Ill health of she proprietor is the reason for selling out. Apply to F. MORRIS, 87 Gold street, Brooklyn. XT' OR SALE, BY JD PEUARES, BERNSTEIN A PHILLIPS, 61 Liberty street, near Nassau, Two three story first ciass brick houses, with all the modem improvements, in Sixty -first street. The four story first olass English basement house. West Twenty -fifth sireet, near Eighth avenue, having all the modern improvements. Tbe four story and basement brown stone front house 60S Eighth avenue near Forty-second street. The three story briok house corner of Clinton and Rlving ten streets. Two four story briok houses, Seventh avenue, near Twenty Efth street. The four story brick bouse 191 East Twelfth street. The gore lot, forty feet front, with the improvements theraon, west side of ?ighth avenue, near Forty-sixth street. Two lots south side or Forty-fifth street, 100 feet east of Tenth avenue. Six lots in Harlem, 129th street, near Sixth avenue. The three story and basement brick house, finished in hand Rome style, corner of Loe avenue aud Rose sireet, Brooklyn. Together witb a number of bouses and lots in New York, Brooklyn and Williamsburg. All of the above property will be sold cheap, and oa easy terms. For sale? on twenty-fourth street, near North River, fourteen vacant lot*, very eligible for lae tories, foundries, Ac. Apply to Thurber Bailey, 03 Wallst. TJOR SALBw-OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY OR NEAR J! by village ?, or other property, or for stocks, goods, or merchandise of any kind, a farm or 130 acre*, witnin tiro and a half mile* of depot, at Waverley, Tioga county, New York, on the New York and Erie Railroad, one of the moit thriving Tillage! and belt market* for farm produce in t".u State. For further particular*, apply to J. A. UANVlLLE, 111 Broad strait, N. Y. For saie-a large safe, suitable for a Jeweller or watch importer, Wilder'* Patent RToh's improvement. Can be seen at 43 Jay street, price $160, cost f054i. fOR SALE? THE BAR AND FIXTURES, WITH three years' leaae, of the well known Temple Saloin, 23 Mercer street; will be sold ohcap for sash, inquire on the premises. TJ10R SALE? AN OAKUM FACTORY, NEARLY NEW, JP situated in Bristol, Rhode Inland. It is furnished with the lateit and mo*t improved machinery, capable of making eighty bale* per day. Ad ires* JO UN NORRIS, Bristol, Kftode Island. For sale-one full lot, with buildinos thereon , situated on the louth side of Thirty-fourth street, between the Seventh and Eighth avenues; also two lots on the east side of Fifth avenns, between Eighty-third and Eighty fourth stmt*. Apply to J. HliJUlNS, lflti Thirty-fourth street, between the Seventh and Eighth ave noes. For sale? two first class brown stone front houM*, replete with modern convenience*, situ ated in Twenty firlt itreet, near Fifth avenne. Will be sold low, as the ownsr 1* about to *ail for Europe. Apply to ALEXANDER WECKBECKER, 31 Liberty itreet. For ieale? a meat and vegetable market, neatly fitted np wilh marble itall*, and In an excellent neighborhood, with a good set of customer*. The rent all taken out the shop. A One opportunity for any one who #frishesto engage in the business.. Apply en the oorner of Henry and Rutgers streets. For sale.? a new and well finished house. in the village of Jamtica, QHW oounty, opposite the residence ot the snksoriber. The house i* 38 feet front and 30 feet deep, and contain* nine room* and ft basement kitch en; the lot i* .10 feet bv 112!., with more laad if required. For term* apply to JOHN A. KING. FOR SALE? A DINING SALOON; IT IS FITTED CP J" ? "TJ ???* and handaome style, with everything oom S'*:*; the present owner must leave for the country on the nrst of May, ?nd will sell cheap. Apply at 62 White ttreet. For bale? at port Richmond, sfaten island, ? ft very fine double house fronting on the water, together With barn, stable, Ao., and about an acre of land attached, one minute's walk from the ferry, and directly opposite to Bergen Point, house 7fixt0 feet, with *ufflelent space of nround oft either side, (front) to build other houses. Price 111,000; cash, $4,<J00; balance on mortgage. For further par ticulars ftddreas CUAfr. M. MARTIN, box 1,180, Post Offloo, New York. For sale? to capitalists or others, the valuable brick house and store, oorner of Seventh avenne and Thirty-fourth street (wide itreet), now occupied ?s ft family grocery. Sold on very reasonable terms. Ap ply on the premises to SAMUEL SPARKS, Jon. For sale? in the eighth avenue, a ciiina, glasa and lamp etore, sow doing a good eaah bnslneas; has been two years established; a splendid ohanoe for one wishing to go into that builness; will be sold on very reason able terms; three floor*, twelve room* ever the store to let, rent low. Apply at 348 Eighth avenne. For sale? the stock, fixtures and good will of a well established boot and shoe (tore, doing a 3ood cash buslne**, in one ot the lee. ling avenue* or the olty. Lpply to ALEXANDER BLAIR, 138 Weet Twentieth street. For sale? a silver mounted double draught soda water pillar, of first class style, at No. 74 Eldrldge street. Price very rca*onable. For sale immediate!, y-an interest in a cash paying business, lung and well established, and only requiring IGOO in caih. Also, a fir*t class bakery, with ?teck and lease. Alao, two first class drug stores In Brook lyn. Also, a nent cottage on Filty eecond street, l'rice *1, noncash. Aj>ply to C. G. THOMPSON, 8* Nassau street, room No. 7. ^ For sal* at stapi.eton, s. island, known ifta the Boyd place, a new and beautiful 2etory residence B minutes' walk Itom Stapleton ferry landing. Hill be flnlebed by the 25th of this month in modern style, with 7 rr "mi and pood kitchen and cellar, finished with (tiding doors and marble mantels, all well finished. House 3l> feet PJ w. I*t 131 teet by !M. -ft command* ft beautiful view of "the bay and narrow* of New York. For farther particulars u mm vn tkj rtsa^n ? w Thvppiva it., s?w Yvii. _ TOR B AMk FOR SALX AT A BARGAIN? AN RXCMiAINT DAIRY or grain fartn la Oriii;i county, I qmrtn of ? roll# from the manufacturing village ol Waldos, eleven miles from Newbarg, on plank road. It contain 111 acres o t oiomUot land, two orchards of grafted fruit, together with a gnat va riety of (Bailor fruit, building good, and to wall watered. For further particular!, inquire of X. PRATT, 61 F uitoa street?up stairs. For sale in tux citv or Brooklyn. -will bo told at a sacrifice, ono of the two two-story, attic, basement and oub cottages, situated in Kent avenue, near Wlilougbby street: tbe beat location in the city. The house is elaborately finished, very convenient, and built ia the best manner. Inquire on the premise|. For sale at harlxm? all but giyen away? Two fine houses on Fifth avonui, with uiarble mantels, Ac. ? price 92,250 each; of wbloh 91,300 mar remain on mort gage, without interest, until paid off, at the rate of 92U0 a year. Also, several splendid frame and brick houses, with modern improvements, and large gardens, at $5, DUG to $3,000. Apply at W AID'S Real Xstat* Office, adjoining the railroad depot, llarlem. For balk in thb city or hoboken-"beamer's Hotel," corner of Hudson and Third street!. The hotel oontains 24 roouis; ball room, oar-loom, billiard room, S basement!, kitchen; garden, and ten pin alley attached, be ing one of the beat looatlons In tbe oity, embracing a magnifi cent view of the North river and cloy of New York. Also 8 lot! of ground for sale. Inquire at Reamer's llolel. For salx or to let? a good three story house, filled In with briok; hard finish throughout; ten rooms; marble mantel pieoes: two good basements. The lot 62 feet front, 1 69 deep. Tbe furniture if required. Situate* on Hoboken svonue, seoond house from 1'aiisade avenue. For salx, or to let.? the international Hall, No. M Division street, near the Bowery, extend ing to 64 last Broadway. The Hall is newly fitted up for theatrical and publio purposes, with an adjoining bar room: will be sold or let cheap. Apply to J. G. UEl.V, 51 Division street. For salx or to let-a beautiful new brick houie, 24x44, situate on Clermont avonne, Brooklyn, third house south from Lafayette, three rooms deep, built for the owner in tbe best manner and replete with every con venience; heated throughout with range. Will be sold low, as the family are leaving the oity, or rented to a good ten ant. Also, a first class briok house, 15 fcmith street, near Fulton, and seven minutes walk from the ferries; gas, bath, rang?, oontains thirteen rooms and oellar. Apply to F08TKR A LOl'xR, 4 bands street. For sale or to let? a one story and attic bouse and out buildings, with a lance garden, situated on the Bushwiok and Newtown shell road, one mile from the penny bridge. Terms moderate. Possession immediately, tor particulars inquire of J. CASE, 179 East Twenty seventh street, N. Y., or B. H. SMITH, Train*1 Meadow, Newtown, Long Island. For sale or to lit? thb four story and basement modem briok house 64 West Fourteenth street, near Fifth avenue, and the four story brown stone front house, with all the modera improvements, on Forty seoond street, near Broadway: also, 2U0 other houses for sale in this oity, by A. SERGEANT, 15 Wall street. * For sale, or to lxt, furnished or unfur nished, a very superior five story brown stoue front bouse, near Fifth avenue; situation unsurpassed. Also for sale oi. Fifth avenue, a superior five story brown stone house, full lot, cheap? 919, 800. Inquire at No. 5 Xast Thirty first street. For salx, or to lkasx, for a term of years? the valuable stable property on Twenty-fourth street, north side, between Lexington and Third avenues, 22 feet front, running through to Twenty fifth street, mak ng onelot on ? wentv fourth street and one on Twenty fifth ; Will be sold or leased on easy terms. Apply to E. li. KIN SHIMXR, 319 Fourth avenue, from 3 to 7 P.M. For salx or xxchangx? the beautiful block of ground, containing six acres, with tne fine man .sion house and other Improvements thoreon, between lt'Jth and lOtith streets, and Seventh and Eighth avenues. Apply to J, Aitken, 119 Nassau street, or at W aid's real estate of fice, adjoining the railroad depot, Harlem. For salx or xxchangx.? wanted to pur chase, a corner lot in this city, in exchange for a briok store and dwelling at Little Falls, Herkimer county. N. Y. Any party having a corner lot, woll heated, "^an get a good trade in the above. Apply to X. B. KIN SH1MER, 319 Fourth avenue, from 3 to 7 o'olock. j fOR SALX OR EXCHANGE? GOOD PROPERTY FOR investment? Three lota on Ei?hty-sixth street, running through to Eighty leventh itreet, 25x202 feet, between First avenue and avenue A; also, on 104th street, northerly side, five lots, 26xlOG lest, and 275 feet eait of Eighth avenue. Ap ply to B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. FOR SAI.X OR EXCHANGX-TWO THREE STORY trick dwellings, nearly new, in Williamsburg, 432 Grand street, on tbe northerly side, fifty feet from Ewea; lot 25x100 feet, front house, with store 25x40 reet ; rear house twelve rooms; good property for Investment. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. p A8 FIXTURES FOR SALE CHEAP.-A FAMILY VJ abouf. to move on the 1st of May. wish to dispose of thoir gas fixtures Tbey have been purohased with judge ment, and have been in use but one year. Apply at il4 Second street, near First avenue, where they may be seen. Hotel property for sale.? a hotel, xntirx ly new, with about five acres of ground, situated on the Highlands of Nevisink. abont one hundred yards from the landing, commanding a most beautiful view of the sea, the Rsuritan, New York Bay, Long Island, Ao., all vessels pass ing is and out of the harbor in lull view. The house is 90 feet tront, with wing oontains 70 rooms, dining room to ac commodate one hnnared persons, and every convenience for a hotel of this description. There are also on the grounds two eottagei, each containing ten rooms. There is a detaoh ed building, 26 by 73, containing kiiehen, bakeroom, laundry room, Ac. This plaoe bas the advantage of both river and sea bathing and proximity te New York. Apply to HOMER MORGAN, Pine street, No. 3 Metropolitan Bank Building. House and lot, with storx, por sale cheap forcash. No inoumbianoe. Four story fireproof bouse, Croton water all through the house, situated on Seventh avenue, near Twenty-fourth street. Apply at 554 Pearl street, in the store. To let, several homes, rooms, bed rooms, Ao. ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL? GREAT SALE OF canal lands and town lots in Illinois.? Under authority granted by the Sta^e of Illinois, as set forth in the aots <f February 21, 1843, and Msnch 1, 184.'i, and in tho deed of trust executed by the Governor oM the State. June 26, 1845, duly recorded in the counties of Cook and Will, the Board of Trustees of the Illinois and Michigan Canal will offer, at Sublio sale, in the city of Chicago, commencing on i'hurs ay, the 10th day of Mav next, all tho unsold canal laads and town lots belonging to said eanal? that is to say, 51,791 acres of land, lying on both sides of said canal and within five miles of the same, between Chicago and the town of La 8alle. Also, all the unsold town lots in Chica go, Lockport, Juliet, Du Page, Kankakee, Morris, Ottawa and La Salle, 1,329 lots in all. With the exception of town lots In La Salle, to be offered for sale in that place on the 14th, all the property will be offered in the city of Chioago, commencing on the 10th of May. Many of these lands, and some of the town lots, are traversed by railroads, either com pleted (r under co/nstruction. The terms of sale are one fourth cash the residue of the purchase money in three an nual instalments, with Interest at six per cent per annum, payable anvually in advance. WILLIAM H. SWIFT, DAVID LXAVITT, J the IllineU JOSIAH MoROBEllTS. > *nd < ?"?!? Office of the Board of Trustees of the Illinois and Michi gan Canal, March 17, 1855. I WILL SELL OK EXCHANGE FOR IMPROVED CITY property, that beautiful farm of 25 acre*, 12 mile* from terry. Car* and stngos at all hours. ltoat desirable, healthy location; fruit, choice, verv abundant, first class ueighbor hood, land bent, highly cultivated. S L. JOHNSON, 212 Broadway, room No. 3. IMPORTANT TO BUTCHERS.? AN OLD ESTABLISH ed meat maiket, situated on the beet part of Eighth ave aae, for Hale cheap. Apply It 197 Eighth avenue. Must be sold, on account op ill health? Thread, needle and fanoy (tore, 372 Bleecker street. SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE OUEAl'.-THREE OF Howe'i patent sewing machine*, in perfect order, coit $125 each, will be lold very low, either singly or together, if applied for immediately, at 118 Thompson ilreet. SODA WATER ESTABLISHMENT FOR SAL# AT A fair valuation, having keen many yean eitablilhed, with everything necessary for manufacturing and carrying on the business extemively, wagons, horses, Ac. , and now in suc cessful operation, doing a business of aboat $90,000 venrly. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS, '907 Broadway. STATEN ISLAND.? FOR SALE OR TO RENT, WITH immediate pos*e*s|on, a cottage and stabling, with every convenience for a family on York avenue, Clifton, a few ! minutes' walk from the landing. Apply to 3, COHEN, 1*4 Water street. TO CARRIAGE MAEERS.? FOR SALE? THE TOOLS, fixture*, Ac., of a blacksmith, paint and wood ahop, with a two year*' lease for ihop from the flrat of May next. In quire of W. REUBEN , on the premiiei, No. 5 Doughty street. I Brooklyn. T?anBdAW*?*^OK SALE. CHEAP, THE ST ftr* Ing^ofyy^^ j;?g?d.n0n Rjrer"^*!^?' TO PRINTERS. -FOR SALE ? A OILMAN CARD' pre**, nearly new, will be sold at a bargain, a* tM owner ha* no further u*e for it. Cm be seen at SI Bookman street. Call for MERRIF1ELD. TO EXCHANGE FOR IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED property la Wtscoctin, two three (tor* and basement brick bou*e* on Lexington avenue, New 1 ork; likewiae, a handsome tenement property in Brooklyn, eouriiting of four house* which will alway* pay a good interest. Apply to DR. JOHNSON, 16 Dnane street. \rONKER8.-FORSALE OR TO LET, TWO OR THREE X beautlinl residences, near the depot. E. W. CANDEE, 8 Wall street. ? RRSITURE. CHAIR AND SOFA FACTORY,? B. KIPPORT WILL sell at hi* warcrooinf, 177 Lewi* atreet, near hi* factory, in Fifth street, at hi* wholesale price*, all kind* o> mahogany, walnut and rosewood chair*, tete-a tete* and *ofas, in hair cloth, plush, damask or brocatalle, for drawing-iooma, par lors, sitting rooms and hall*. Enamelled suits, at reduced prices? at MATHEWS A STACY'S, old eatabllihed warroomi, 614 Broadway, opposite tha St. Nicholas Hotel Saita* of furni ture with hair mattreaa, straw do, and pillow* and bo later*, from $40 per *nit. Furniture? furniture.? the highest cash prim raid for tecond-hand household furniture, car pet*, pianoforte*, nautical instrument*, eilver plate, gold watche*, Jewelry, Ac., at No. 26 Catharine street, by Mo CAEFKAY A WALTERS. Fine furniture.? a genteel family, declin ing housekeeping, offar at private sale, fin* carpet*, mirror*, chair*, sofa*, oil paintings, 4o., at low prices. Tha furniture la nearly new. and fashionable. It can be exam ined by purchasers at No. 17S Waat Thirty sixth stroet, near Eighth avenue, until JOth in*t. For sale? the furniture of a genteel boarding house; it ha* been in ?*e on* year; will be *old cheap aa the lady is obliged to leave the eity. Location of the henae good and doing a good buiinea*. Addrea*, pact paid, C. F. L., box 1,08ft Post Office. ROJAS A CO., MANUFACTURERS OF FASHIONABLE and every kind of fnrnitare, having enlarged their premiaes, are now prepared to offer a large aad exteniive as sortment at moderate priee*, wholeial* and retail. Ware rooms 487 Broadway, corner of Broome ttreet. ?ATRmOKUL. A PHYSICIAN, DOING A GOOD CITY BUSINESS, and of the first respectability, desires the acquaintance I ifayonng lady of good disposition aad pleasiag address I with' a view to matrimony She must nat be under twenty I j ear* of aire lie i* thirty fir* year* old, af pleasing man IJits and geod looking, a?d i* possessed of mean*, and alt that is requisite to make home happj . Aidless, Vttk ooufi F HORgKB, CAEBlMMg, W. A T BAZAAR, SI CROSBY STRUT. WILL BK SOLD, JX en Monday, at 12 o'clock, twenty Ire horwi, suitable for ail puipoae*; alio, new and Mcnndhand wa;ont, doable and single barnen. JOHN U. GATFIKLD, Proprietor. CARRIAGES ? AN ASSORTMENT Of CITY MA OR, embracing coaches, caleehe coaches, two and tir"? seats, baroochee, and rockaways, wa?-ona. Ac. One second hand ceaobee and wagon. To be gold cheap for cath, or apptoved paper, MAJOR THOMPSON A CO.. *> and 27 Wooster at met. GARR1ACB FOR SALE.-A VERY SUPERIOR CAR rU?e; ba* been but little need; city make. Will be ?old low, aa tbe owner baa n) use tor tho same. Caa be eeoa attbe Ci*r?adon atablea. 87 Irving plaoe. For sale? forty large size broke mules, ?r? ?**?>? five to leren years, at tbe atable ol Augustus I rana, Ii?t N0w York, near William Wbeelau'a uotel. Inquire fo? Mr. IVANS, for one week Stage* leave every half hour Iroa Pick alip, Brooklyn aide. For sale-two black, horses. 16 hands uioh, seven years old, very reeommendable for a family 'a uae. Inquire at U1 Clinton etteet, South Brooklyn. "L'OR SALE? A WHITE MARE, 14>i flA VDS UIOH, X five yearn old; ean trot a mile in 3:1*5, never been trained, ot (treat endurance, wnrraeted perfectly kound and klud, o. Engineer ttock, and good open gait, and gives promiav ot very great a peed, Price ?3W. To be aeea at 2?6 Mott stree t "|?0R SALE? A llORSE, WAGON AND HARNESS, THE X property of a gentleman going abroad. The hur?e u a Black Hawk colt, aound, kind, Ac., and caa trot a mile in 2:60. 1 he wagon waa made to order by George Wntaoii, of Philadelphia, aad baa been need bat twioe. ,1 he harness ia entirely new. For further particular inquire at the atable of Bead A Trueadell, 172 Mercer atreet. OR SALE? A FINE LARGE DAPPLE GRAY HORSE, nearly aeveutoen hauda high; a good traveller, and tine; la eound and kind la all harneaa; would make a nue family, express. or diotoi's horae, or any other buai nets. Would exohauge for a lower price horae, auitable for a carpet cart. Inquire at 210 Bowery, in carpet atore. POR SALE? THE WILLIAMSBURG, NEWTOWN AND Flushing line of stages. doing a good busineaa; alao to lit, the Newtown Hotel, aituaied near the National Rice Course. Tbe object of tho proprietora in offering the above la to cloae the concern. For turther particular* inquire at Newtown Hotel, Newtown, Long laland. For sale? a first rate team of sorrel horses, aeven yeara old, good traveller*; can be driven ia single or double narnosa; perfectly aound and in good con dition. Will be aold together or ainile. Apply to fc. O. BRlNCKEKHufF, 31 Madison street. 1I0R SAI.l-A SORREL MARE, SEVEN YEARS OLD, perfectly gentle and kind, auitable for a doctor, aa alio atandfcwitbout tying. Apply to S. SPARKS, corner of Se veL tii avenue and Thirty tourth street. For sale.? four pair very fine matched horaea, all young and aound, one fair long tailod bay* Montana, rained in \ ermoat; one pair Black Hawk*, raiajd in Vermont; one pair very fine ba}*, pony built, bob tails, one pair long tailed graya. very Hue and t'aat. The abovo boraea are all young, aound and very fine, the property of a gentleman going to Europe. Gentlemen wanting tine horses would do weU to call and examine the above, at 40"-' Atlan tic atreet, Brooklyn. For sale? a good second hand spring cart but little u*ed, will be *old oheap. Apply at the wood yard, corner Wellington und Plymouth streets, Brooklyn, w For sale? a horse, nine years old, sound and kind, and a good aaddle beaat. Will be aold cheap, tcr w ant of uae. Alao, ono light wagon. Inquire at the market stall, No. 4, corner of Concord and Fulton atreeta, Brooklyn, befi re 12 o'clock. For sale, cheap? astrono and stylish gray horae, aeventeen hand* high, a good traveller aud tine appearance, tight yeara old, and kind in all liarneea; sold for want of uae. Can be seen at Smith's stable, No. 35 North Moote, near Hudson street, for a few days, For bale ciieap-as the present owner has no uae for them, a unall sorrel pony and w& jon. The wagon wm made by one of the best makers, expressly for the pony, to order. It has never been used; pony is aound and kind in harness or under the saddle, live years old this spring; would mako a handsome turn out for a boy Alio a light trotting wagon, made to order. Inquire at Almshouse, Flat bush, L. I. Harness for sale.? single harness, near ly new. Will be aold cheap. Apply at Miles' atable, 62 and M West Nineteenth street, between Fifth and sixth avenue*. HORSES.-NEW YORK TATTERSALLS, SIXTH AVE one. corner of Thirty. ninth itreet. Tuesday. April 17, at 12 o'clock ? Horse*. wagons) and harness at auotiou; one oarriage, by virtue of execution and ohargea; one bay hor*e; alio, twelve horse* of various descriptions, light wagons, new and secondhand harness. GE J. CLEMENS, Auct'r. H. Palmer, Saleaman. LADY'S HORSE.? WANTED, A STYLISH, GENTLE horae. for a lady, for which a reaonable prioe wUl be paid. Address box bOS Post Office. LADY'S SADDLE HORSE? FOR SALE-A THOROUGH bred mare, from Gibbin'a atablea, young, aound, per fectly safe and well trained; aold only for want of use; price (ISO. Apply at 287 West Twenty-fourth atreet. SECOND HAND COACHES, ALSO A FULL ASSORT ment of new carriages, of every description, for sale cheap, at the repository of MOTT A CO., 650 Broadway, near bleeoker atreet. TO UNDERTAKERS.? FOR 8ALE, A SECOND-HAND l.earse, in good running order, Piiee 975, cash. Can be eeea at 132 Dunns atreet. * TO CARPENTERS ? A HORSE AND LUMBER WA gou will be aold cheap, as para te if required. Inquire at No. To Division atreet. Three express wagons and horses for sale cheap.? Inquire of N. KIaGSLY, VH Reads atreet. mRUSTEE COLT FOR SALE-LAM OUT OF A MOR X ganiuareby Eclipse, will be live yeara old in May, lit hands hiyli, and beautifully proportioned. Ia a free, atylish driver, steps square and light, can trot a mile in 3}j minutea without training, is perfectly sound and kind in every re spect. l.oweat price $500. Can be seen at tlie atable of the Steam Saw Mill, loot of Weat Forty tifth street. Thoroughbred mare for sale.-a sorel MARE, b years old, 16 humls high, warranted sound and kind, is a stylish traveler, has trotted one mile in 2.51>{, will be sold at a bargain. Can be seen at tho farm of M. UNDERBILL, Westchester, Westchester Co., N. Y, WANTED FOR ROAD USE-A YOUNG UNTRAINED horse, of (.ood style and action, 15k hands high, 5 or 6 years old, that can now trot to wagon in 3\, and promises to be fast; not mere than $300 will be paid; none wanted that ba* been trained by a Jockey. Addreis Box 2,307 Po*t Office. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICKS d?A nni I ? TO M UN? WANTED, A PARTNER IJt.UvU. with the above amount, to take rne half in tere<t in tbe Bay Stale Hotel, 115 and 147 Fulton St., near Broadway, with a nine years lease. Apply on the premises. dtjOfJA? ANY RESPECTABLE PERSON REQUIRING iJpCUU a partner of active business habits, in a profita ble business, either meobanloal or mercantile, will pleaae address i . S., Herald office. d>9CA -PARTNER WANTED, IN A GENTEEL, OLD tJPiitJU. established caih business. To an industrious mau an exeil'ent opportunity it afforded to get into business Also, a tin and sheet iron worker with |5U0, in itoek or cash, ii wanted to take an interest ia thm branch of a large establishment. C. B. It OWES A CO., W Nassau itreet. A YOUNG PHYSICIAN, GRADUATE OF GENEVA, and a student of the late Dr. Dorian, of Montreal, and also of Profetstr Spencer, of Philadelphia, wishes to asso ciate himself with a highly respectable practitioner of medi cine. Has bad three years' experience in oity praotloe. Would have no ohjectious toco on a salary for a year or so. Address to J. P. M., box 168 Htirald office. PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.- THE PARTNERSHIP FIRM of George W. Qulaoy. of which Walter Bbwne, Senr., was "special partner," oavliig become dissolved by th? death or the " general partner," the undersigned have formed a partnership under the firm of " Quinby. Field A Bowne," and will continue the business of dealing In slaugh ter hides, fat, call skins, Ao., at the old stand. No. 193 Elisabeth street. WALTER U. tjtflNBY. URIAH FIELD. New York. April 12, 1855. WALTER BOWNE, Jr. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING between the undersigned for the transaction of an Eu ropean express business, under the firm of Edwards, Saaford A Co., is this day dissolved by the retirement of Mr. George Edwards. The affairs ot the late firm will be settled by tfio remaining partners, who will oontinne to eenduot the sad ness under the firm of Saaford A Co. GEORGE EDWARDS, E 8. SANFORD. 8. M. SHOEMAKER, Now York, MarehSO, 1806. JAMES SITES, and i HENRY STARR, S By E. S. Saniord, their attorney. ) WANTED-A PARTNER, WITH FROM MOO TO |?00, in one ot the most profitable businesses in this city, <waste paper and rags.) Apply on the premises SM Spruje street, basement. ; . WANTED-A PARTNER WITH fdOO, IN A DA rn m an gallery established ia 1819, aad do lag a good steady business. One not knowing the art will be taught it. This is a rare chance for a safe aad profitable investment. Address Artist, Herald office. INSURANCE. ST. NICHOLAS INSURANCE COMPANY.? OFFICE Eighth avenue, earner of Fourteenth street, aad 12 Wall street.? April 12th, lt-AS.? An election for Direotors of tho St. Nicholas Insaraneo Company was held oa the 10th in stant. aad? James A. Stevens, Israel Minor, James C. Hallock. Edward A. Cook, Hanford Smith, T. W. Reeve*, Riebard Moore, Joha C. liimmiek, were elocted, in tbe place ot the class of directors whose term of office expired on that day. The following is tho Board of Directors for tbe ensuing year:? William Winslow, Richard Moore. Wm. W. Cornell, Chas. B. White, Israel Minor, David Ureea. Edward A. Cook, T. W. Reeves, Wm. J. Brislsy, Jas. C. Hallock, Elijah Ward, Jan. A. Stevens, John C. IMmmlck, E. C. Sandersoa, Henry D. Crane, Wm. A. Wheeler, Henry Dubois, M. H. Mett, G'o. N. Yan Nort, H. B. Bolster, Stephen W. Jones, David 8. Jarvls, G. H. Striker, Jr., H. Dean. J. R. Del Vtcchio, Joha S. Meyer, George K. Howell, Joha Deahaa, G. S. Mott. Isaae Hendricks. Joha Waito. Andrew Ward, Ala meeting f the Board of Directors, held on the 11th IneBmt, W1WUM WINSLOW was uaaalmonsly elected Pro -ideal WM. 8. 8LOCUM. Secretary LKQAX. NOTICEM. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS.? BEKK ehlro, ss.? Court ofCommon Pleas. February term, lifi6. ?No. 717? Geo. Pynehoav. Henry O. Pynohon and trustee.? To Henry 0. Pynohon, 'of Great Barriagtoa. In eaid county? Tou sre hereby notified that tbe above entitled action is pending against yon aad trustee in said court, and to be heard and tried at Lennox, ia said coaaty, oa tho fourth Monday of Juae next. Ia an aetloa of eoatract the damaxos are laid at $1,500. The writ Is dated October 23, 1H64, and y ur real eetato in said oonnty it attached on raid writ. Ordered, that this notice be published in the New York Herald, priat ed at New York, three weeks successively. oace a week, tho last publication to be thirty dav* at least before said court. Attest, CHAS. SEDGWICK, Clerk. . C. N. Emersow, Plaintiff's Attorney, Legal notice to safe manufacturers.-the undersigned gives notice that a patent waj Issued Marob 27, 1855, lor the alum filling for safes, used by Mestri. Holmes A Butler, Nos. 90 and 92 Maiden lane, and that all future infringements thereof will be rigidly pr js? cuted. This notion becomes necessary, ss some of the prin cipal safe makers la New York (an>l one in psrticnlar) are understood to have used It, or an imitation ol it. since the Crystal Palace tost ialMM. 0 W. HAMMOND, Jr., At t?ia?r <o; Uvlati A B#U?r. M?. 18 WftU itjMt, DRY GOODS, 4BD. c BULI'IN'8 SIX DuL LAB M AN TI I. LAS? MOST CHARM in* auveltht* ? manufactured of the r*ry rieheat taffeta ?ilk. and a>iv>rMlly pronounoisd alike auptrior in rieliuwi, muuMil moderation in prioe to anything ever offered. Ladle* oil and ?se. 301 (Imiliny. BUl.PIN'S fli'KINU MANTILLAS ARE NOW READ? for city retail trade, and oompriae a matchless o .lluo tionof fui?un nove'ti.a, iroin a beautiful blwk ailk uika tilln, it ni iluUare, to ths most co.tly garment! manufac tured. Sol Broadway. Black guipure and chantilly laces, oir all widths, slmwla, scarf*, mantilla* and roll* (aew design*), 8 4 ueti, iu., at l'KTKtt ROBERTS A CO.'S, 375 Broadway. lAKI'ETS, OIL. CLOTHS AND MATTINGS. ? TUB SUB J acribera art' now offering 'apleadul ingrains M, If, 9a; aiid 6a. Beautiful three ply*. 8a, and Mi. Kith Brussels, Ha. 10a. 12*. Superb velvet*, lis. to 14*. Al*o, oil olotb* in every width, from }i te 0 yard*. Mattings, white and colore I, ia 34.4 4, 5-4. nndli.4. KEM9EN A PoWERS, 204 4 JOG Sixth avenue, one door below fourteenth *treet. (1 B. HATCH, LITCHFIELD A BRADY, VJ WILLIAM J ? *treet, have in aiora and are receiving per ateamer* their usual aaaortmeat of the lateat Lundon aad Pari* ityle* ol furniahlng good*, adapted to the pre*ent *ea*ua, at wbole*ale ana retail. COLLARS. ? 1,200 very rich French embroidered at $4 and worth $8 and $0. juat received from auction. Also, new euikroideriea par Baltic, at l'ETEK ROBERTS A CO.'S, 375 Bradway. Great bargains in draperies and curtains. l>rn|Htry muslin*, ail qualitiea, from fid. te 4*. per yard and upward*. ?Muaiin ourtaint, cheap at 93, $3 SO and ti, will be aold(to close) at $2, SO and in per pair. A I mi, laee curtain*, wonted and union damask, Ac., CHEAP. LORD a TAYLOR, 255, 257, S5J and 261 Graud street, and i-ew No?. 47 and 40 Catherlue street. Great bargains from auction.? in conse quenoeof removing on the first of May to 643 Broadway, second door above Bliecker street. the underpinned la pre f?red to offer a lar^e assortment of French goods, coiuprii ug the follow inn chiioe seleotljns, via., trench embroidered handkerchief*, collars, aleevea, band*, flouncing, Ac., which will be aold at SO per cent under the usual price*. A. STKWART, 557 Broadway. HONITON, POINT AND BRUSSELS CAPES, CHIMI se' to* and eleevea, in *et?, handkerchiefs and collar*; rtal Valencienoe lace from 1*.; Uruxula point, malteae, ho niton and guimpure, all width*. Also, mnslin band* and trimming*; new *tock, juit received, at PETER RJBERTd A CO.'S, 375 BroadHity. IN ORDER TO SUPPLY THE PRESSING DEMAND for housekeeping pood*, at tbii *ea*on ot the year, l/li.S DEL J,, I'EIKbON A LAKE have made large addition* to their imtnenae stock of thi* elas* ot gcoda, and will offer for aale tbi* week? 5.000 piece* linen sheeting, of every width and qnality, 10,000 do. ootton do. do. do. 10,(100 io. linen and cotton cloth for pillow caaea, do. 1U,000 Marseille* quill* A counterpanes every *iie A quality. 10,000 pan* Whiting, Bath and other blankets, do. do. 15,000 niece* Irish linen of every manufacture imported to the United State*. 2,000 toilet covers. 10.000 dumask table oloth*, every ilze and quality. 5,000 dozen damaak napkins and doylies. 10,000 do. do. diaper and huckabuck towel*. Alio. A beautiful assortment ot table and piano covers ol the la teat design*. Alio, a lnr?e *t>ck of muslin and laca drapery. Housekeeper* and families commencing houiekienlng will find thi* stock of good* the cheapeat ana most detiraole in thi* city. 471 Broadway. TCST RECEIVED? NEAT STYLES OF FANCY SIURT O iiig*. C. B. HATCH, LITCHt IELD A BRADY, 07 William struct. Last week of the bargains from the late fire over DL'RDET'i'S dry good* (tore.? The following good* Were ?llshtly wet; having been reSniahed, aro now equal to perlcct:? 500 yard* black ailk 6*. a yard, worth 8s.: BOO yatda tick brocade, stripe and plain colored silks, 3a. tid. to 4*. (id. ayard; 500 Uoien large siie linen towel*, 0*. adozen; 1.00O yard* haftvy linen shooting, 2 >? yard* wide, only 4s. tid. ; 676 yard* afliorop and figured table linen*, very flue, 5r., worth Ma. ; iP yard* linen napkin*, from 8a. to 12*. a dozen; 2,000 fringed dollios, ti*. a dozen, very fine; l,00i> ladies' and f,eut*' linen kandkerobicfi, from tid. to la. ; 1,000 yard* do aine, 1*. a yard, worth 2a.; shirting*, aheetinga, linens, counterpane*, laco and tambor draperies, Ac.. Ac. CEO. C. BUHtETT A CO., 191 Grand street, corner Mulberry. T ACE MUSLIN CURTAINS FROM AUCTION. lj Muslin curtain* tor 91 5# worth $2 50 Muaiin curtain* lor $2 00 " 3 00 Muslin curtaina for 4 00 " C 00 Muilin curtain* for fl 00 " 10 00 Lace curtains lor. . 4 00 " ti 00 Lace curtaina for. . li 00 " y 00 Laoe curtain* for.. 10 00 " 15 00 Lace curtain* for. . 15 00 " 20 00 Lace curtain* for.. 20 00 " 30 00 A complete aaaortment of ooruice* and curtain trimming*, at reduced prices. KEI.TY A FERGUSON, No. 2P1 Broadway. T ORD A TAYLOR HAVE JUST COMPLETED THEIR JU purchase* lor the SPRING OF 1855, and aro now offering DECIBEL BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS ot every deeenption. 1 heir present IMMENSE AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK containa, in great vaibty Fancy and plain dfel* ailk*, (many rich and elegant atyles.) Brocbe, Cashmere and Stella ahawls, (lateat Pari* atylea.) Canton orape shawl*, (a vary extensive variety of quail tie* and prion*.) Mantilla* and visetea, (moat approved driign and finlih.) Mou*. de laine*, cashmere*, challie*. barege*, tiasue*, printed lawn*, l'aris, English and American print*. Also, domettlcs, Hannela, linen*, hosiery, gleve*, Ao., Ac, 1'Kli.ES UNIFORMLY LOW AT BO'lH ST STORES. 255, 267, 250 and 2til Grand ?troet, and New Noa. 47 and 40 Catherine atrcet. Ribbons and millinery goods at whoi.e t*le ? Wo have ui.packed to day, $80,000 worth of olo gant nliboLs, mBlinerv good* and dreaatrimming*; the*e goods having been too long on the voyage from Europe, and having now arrived too late for onr usual early wholesale trade, we aie compelled to diapose of them at a great aacrl floo. and would invite our frlond* and the wholeaal* trade gcaei ally, to avail themselvc* ol thi* favorable opportuni ty. M. li. SUHTENSTEIN, 9u Bowery, corner lieater*t. CJTOCK1NGS ? STOCKINGS ? STOCKINGS. ? 0 Juit received irom auction: ? 6,000 pairs ladies' white cotton bo*e, regular made doable heel* and toe*, 1*. (id, per pair. 3,5t0 do do extra tine, anitable for rammer wear, 1?. Gd. per pair. 4.000 do do very aupcrior, fall faahloned, Is. 1 000 do do sandal lace, If. per pair. 1 200 do do line, 1*. td. and 2s. per pair. 7 400 i air' men'* unbleached ootton look*, 1*. per pair, 10*. ' per doxer. 1,000 pair* children'* fancy, white, nnblenohed, plain and openvtorktd cotton l.o*e and took* of th? celebrated manufacture ot G. Heckcr X Son*, from 1*. per pair. RICII'D. GKEE.N, 130 Canal street, between Thompson and Laurens. SPRING PIIIRTING8.? A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT of Frvnob ft nil Englith fancy <Uirtirig?, ol the latent pat tern* and Importation, which we are prepared to make up in our beautiful ?tylo of French ahirt*. A ?o, a choice ?oleo tion of apring and lummcr atocka, tiea, cravata, nlovea, hoiiory, Ac. JACKSON A PURDY, 87 Naaaau atreet. Tremendous sacrifice of linens. 7,600 BftUWN LINEN UtMilK TA>U CLOTH*, well worth 6a., will b* avid for 4a. each. 4,?t0 super Uo., will worth 8a,, will lie aold for Sa. 6J. each. 3, 800 extra do. . " " 10a. , will b? aold for 6a. eaoh. Alao, a lar?e aaiortment of tiueaa, of every deacriptlon, * VERY CHEAP. > l.ORD A TAYLOR, 265, 267, 290 aud 361 Grand atreet, and New >? 47 and 4U Catherine atreet. THE GREAT SALE OF CALICOES.? YARD WIDE, warranted laat colvra, at 12% centa per yard, will bo con tinued this week. UB8DELL, 1'EIRSON A LAKE, No. 471 Broadway. Travelling robes. -ubsdell, peirson a lake will olftr for tale thia week SOU Embroidered Robea. Al to 600 Striped do., at $30 the robe. No. 471 Broadway. UBSDELL, 1'EIRSON A LAKE HATE LATELY RE ceivod an elegant aaaortmeut of rioh cashmere atoll* hawli, vary oheap. 471 Broadway. Llftl ORg, dtC. ~ A CHOICE SELECTION Or SHERRY, PORT,~Mi A deira, claret, champagne and other winei, brandiea, whiakeya, ruma, gina. London and Dublin porter, domeatio ale And porter, for family uae. for a alt at W. H UNDERBILL'S, 430 Broome atreet. Ale, porter, wines, ac.. ac.? fine ale and porter in pint bottlei, at aix ahlllinga a doien, and par ticularly auited for family uae; pure winea, brandiea. achnappa, Ac., Ac. The above can be relied on for medicinal uae. Apply at PIERSON'S, 18 Bleeckar atreet, on* block from the Bowery. Essences of oils for liquors-chemicals for the daguerreotype, photographic, elee'rotype, Ac. 'l'he moat fragrant oil, apple, or cider brandy, oil jargonella KThu beat oil cognao. wbite, green and yellow; noef crin, St. Croix mm, Jamaica rum, Scotoh and Monongahela whlakey, (each brandy, olla abaynth, annia, clovea, pimento, Juniper, carraway, and bitter almonda, acetic and nltroui ether, claret, and port win* and mna eat flavor; cyanide pataianum, plambago, blue vitriol, iodine, iodide, ammonium, aulphate iron, mrogallic arid, atrontla, baryta, Vienna lime, aab?itoa, 1 iamuth, French chalk, platlna, cadmium mancanoae. For tale, by Dr. L. FEUTCH WANUIK, 141 Maiden lane. SCOTCH WHISKEY. -THE GENUINE CAMERON bridge, mountain daw whiakey, in demijohn*, kega or punokaon*, for *al* by LETHB RIDGE A DOwLING, 83 Booth atrttt. hard TinEiii The fourteenth ward relief committee having oloatd their labor*, would aubmit aatatement of their management during the time they have been in ope ration. The committee oiganiaed on t h of December laat and adjourned the ? h inatant, embracing a period of ttr?e month* and nin* day*. during whieh lime th*y taie received from benevolent individual* $1,370 37, from the con cert given by Mario and Grid in aid of the poor SlflO, from th* charilnbl* ball given by the employe* of the Aetor Home per the New York Herald $]0, from Commitaioner* oj Emi gration fflO, fttm the $11,000 appropriated by the Common Connoil for the relief of th* indigent poor of onr city making In the aggregate the aum of W 36, from wbloh th* ?ommHWe have relieved npwarda of 000 famili** *mbr*cing utar l.POO peraona. The committee tender their sincere thaak* to their benevolent fallow citiiene.who hare :r*n*roaaly aided their effort* in relieving the aick and indigent, during one of the moct inclement winter* our city ha* aver experienced, th* high price of pruviaiona and the icareity of employment. In conaequence of th* great financial embarraament of *ur country, rat compelled many to atk relief that under other oircumatancet would have boon able to provide comfortably for their familiea. The committee would alao tender their thank* to Cbarlea S. Mathewa, Eiii., proprietor of the Weat ?hetter, for th* gratultou* uae of hit room* during th* time th* Committee hat been in operation. JOHN S. GILES, Pr**id*nt. Prritn Mowaohaw, Secretary. New York, April 16, 1866. ~~ FINK ART8li UTOGRAPHS OF JEFFERSON, MONROeT JOHN Adamt, J. Q. Adtmt, Hamilton. Jaekion, Calhoun, t 'lay, Wtbtter, Mtdlton' and others, for (ale, at tie Old Curioaity thon, RK6 Broadway. Old book* and *ngravlnga bought and aold. Alway* on hand lar<* pnntt, a.rapa, landscape*. flguret, old bookt, novala, Ac. OLD BOOKS AND ENGRAVINGS BOUGHT. -PERSON* wishing to dispoae of their old book*, prlat*, no vela, or msrttlnes, can do *o to advaatag* by tending them to the OldCurioeity Shop, il07 Naaaan atreet, where the nigheat eaah price will be given fer them JOHN PYNE, 107 Nataan ttr**t. TO ANTIQUARIANS.?FOR SALE, A CHOICE AS aortment (In private hand*) of old mmuacripta, auto traf h lettera. tome very old and valuable; "(iovraor Prince," "Jehn Klliot," "Oliver Cromw?U," A<. . Ac AMttM FUliW9?. bo* 2.869, Pwt Cttot. BOABOEW AMD UNMIfQ. OflQ TWELFTH STEEET, SECOND HOOK FRoU SE Ov U coud avenue.? R jum? on second floor, furnished or unfun.isbeil in a private family. partul board for a gentle bm, tr^fuuilt of adult* Mttoal luMtun, i?u and earn. Unexceptionable reference* Riven aad required. Bath and ga* on the floor. m WEST TWENTY FIRST STREET -MRS. MOORE U prepared to i.esotiate with th>ae wishing tear range for board the mining year. h?-la< large lino airy p?r low ana telrooBis a'tecbtd, if daairod, or in aingle auita. *c., completo. No moving in May. Near Eighth avenue. 8T*K*T W"-L BE VACATED IN A 'BW ^aji.?SaiH of han ltomslT furnished room*, on second and third floor*. wonld b? lot to families with privato table or single gmtlemen with partial board. House flrtt class and pleasantly located betwceu Uruadway aad Fourth avenue. NINTH STREET, THIRD IK)?R EAST OF BROAD- ' way.furnishod rooms, in suits or separately. Alra Back parlor and extension room on the first floor, to lot to gentlemen, with breakfast. if required. Also, furnished room* at >>o; t College place. WEST TWENTV THIRD STREET ? SUITE OF I U room* on second floor, furnished or unfurnished, with full or paitiai board; alio, two room* on third floor; private family, first olass houM, gas, bath, Ac. Reference axohanged A C C HOVE STREET. NEAR BLEECEER.-DELIGHT TtJ fnl room* on first aad *eeond floor* to let, furnished at unfurnished, with board; house first ala/is, oontaining im provements; location most desirable, and aeoesaible to oars , and (tag* Una*, ho child ran taken. AT NO #1 PRINCE STREET, FOUR DOORS WEST OF Metropolitan Hotel, handsomely f jruished and deilrably located rooms, and suites of rooms with board. House first | class, lamily smaU aad saiaot. Bath*, pa, Ac. I Apartments, consisting of two large par- < lor*, dluimumoatiug; also a private tablo if deaired, at I tb Washington Plaue. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN BE ACCOMMO datod with a handsomely furnished parlor and bedroom, or single room, in a privato family, in the vicinity of Four teenth street and Union square. Address K. 3. Y., Union square l'ost Office. J I.L PERSONS WISHING BOARD OR BOARDERS, j will tmd n.y cflioe the surost, most respectable and sa- , tisfactory method of finding either; boarders politely directed i free of oliarife, to all parts of the city or cou ntry. Oihce I Clinton Hall, Eighth ttrcet, near Bioadway; opon from 6 ? A. M.. to ? P.M. ' * | A FURNISHED ROOM TO LET? IN A PRIVATE PA liiily, with breakfast and tea it required, to gnu Jr two single gentlemen; reference* exchanged. Inquire at 23 i,a martine place, West Twenty-ninth street. I A WIDOW LADY, OF QUIET HABITS, DESIRES A A small room, with board, in a down town looation; she w ill furnish it, if desired; refurenccs given, if required. Ad droit Widow Lady, Broadway Post Office. A PLEASANT SUITE OF ROOMS, ON THE SECOND story, furaished or unfurniihed, separately or together, with board, may bo obtained at West Fourteenth street. References exchanged. A FEW GENTtEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMODATED with board, by applying at 389 Bowery. A WIDOW LADY OWNING A HOUSE SURROUNDED by a tarden, pleasantly situated on Gowanu'* Height*, Middle street corner Ninth avenue, wianea to let a part, con-t-ting ot English basement, three rooms, and floor above, consisting ot four rooms; a lone temale or widow wanted to associato with another of small means, society and econ omy being the principal object. Apply to MRS. SANDLAND, at Mr. G. Grove's, Twtnty-first street, near Third avenue, Gowanu*. A LADY OCCUPYING AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED house in a v>ry desirable location, would let to a gen tleman willing to ndvojice her $200, a suite of room* with or without board; any gentleman wishing to secure an elegant aad comfortable home, where there are no boarders, will address, with real name, Granvill. Herald oifioe. Unexcep tionable reference*! , ivni and required. A WIDOWER, WITHOUT FAMILY, WHO OCCU pies apartment* in a molt respectable bouse np town, but w no is absent from home most of his time, will let a furniahed room, with stove and fire, to some respcota ble female, rent free, provided she will keep his rooms in order. Address W. W-, box 127 Herald office. A VERY PLEASANT FRONT ROOM, ON SECOND A story, large pantry attached. *uitable for a gentleman and wife or a party of single gentlemen. Boarders will be taken on reasonable terms, (full or partial,) by applying at No. 8 Laight street. Few day boarder*. No removal at May. A GENTLEMAN DESIRES, ON MAY 1, A ROOM AND 2\. partial board in a private family, near Washington squaro. Address box 2,641 l'ost Oifioe. AN AMERICAN GENJLEMAN WISHES TO OBTAIN board in a respectable French family, where the Frenoh language is correctly spokon. Would prefer the locality to be within ton blocks of Union iquare. either way. Reference given. Address T. V. K., Herald office. A HANDSOME FURNISHED PARLOR, WITH ONE or two bedrooms attached, to let, in a private house, with all the modern improvements. A physician will find it a rare chance. Apply at 90 Prinoe street, a lew doors west of Broadway. A SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET ON THE seoond floor, with or without board. Location central; in Bleecker street, first block from Broadway. Apply at 304 Wesley place, sccoud bouie below Bleecker. Board.? a family having more room than required, wonld diapose ot a tine room, with eloietx at tached, to a family nr two tingle gentlemen; house having modern improvement*. Location very desiriible; ascessible by cars and stag's. Apply at 172 Wait Twenty-first street. BOARD.? A OENTLEMAN AND HIS wife can find a pleasant suite of rooms on the second floor, with pan tries, together or icparate, at ti2 Hudson street, near Cham ber*. No moving at May. Board.? to let, a parlor and bedroom ad joinlng, with pantrie*, gas. Crotou water, Ao., in a first olass house, private family, without board, or partial board if reeuired. Omnihuie* [au the door. Apply at No. 37 Bleecser street. Boabd.-an elegant parlor suite and other rooms for tamilies may be obtained on or before the first of May, in the first class houses No. 102 and 101 East Sixteenth street; likewise two room* (citable for the ac commodation of (ingle gentlemen now ready. References exchanged. Board.? several roomb, handsomely fur niahed, auitable for aingle gentleman or gentlemen and their wives, will be let, with good board, in a first class house, 37 Ninth street, near Fitt^svenue. Board.? handsomely and newly furnished i room* to let, either singly or ia suite*, with or without partial board, in the modern built house, 16 West Washing ton place. Inqnire on the premises. Ruferenoes exchanged. Also, fnrnished room* to let, without board. In the houso 78 Murray street. Board.? a handsomely furnished suite of reoms on second floor, front, in a first clan private boarding honse, to let. with full or partial board; also a front basement, suitable for a physician. House, with all the modern improvements, situated in Twenty third street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Apply at 113 We*t Twenty second ttreet. ;?entlemen. A fur. i"1-1' ro0Ia|. Gentlemen desir?n'g ]?*?? ??d two lecond 'treet. WiU d<" ^ Board? at 113 eighth street, opposite the Mercantile Library, may be had several pleasant room* with hoard. Possession before the first May if desired. Ap ply at 113 Clinton place. Board ? furnished rooms to let, suitable for tamilies cr single gentlemen, with full or partial board. Apply at 22 Union place. Board, at 25 ninth street.? fine furnished room*, in suits and single, with board, may he had a* abort ; first class house with modern improvements and new ly furnished. Board at 102 bi.kecker street.? a large fur nished room, suitable tor a gentleman and wile, or two single gentlemen, may be obtained at the above first class houie. Dinner at 8 o'clock. Board down town-gentlemen and their wive?j alio single gentlemen, cm obtain good board and very comlortable apartment* by apr lying at No. 8 Broad way, tbo large wnite honse opposite the Bowling Green. Traciient boarders taken. Board, down town-pleasant furnished rooms, with ;or without board. suitable for single gen tlemen, may|he obtained by calling at No. 138 Coambers street. No removal on the 1st of May. RMM required Board in brooklyn.-a gentleman and wipe, and two tingle gentlemen can obtain roomt with or with out board, in a private family, at 96 President (treat, within five mlnntei' walk of Hamilton ferry. Board in brooklyn.-a few qentlemen can be accommodated with pleasant rooms aad partial board, in a private family, within live miantee' walk of the Sonth and Wail street terries. Inquire at 100 Clinton ?treat, Brooklyn. Board in the country? within two hours ride of the city, aad within one mill of one of the prin cipal depote on the New Haven Railroad. Location retired, healthy and very pleasant. Persons wishing a qniet ooun try home,) will fina this a dotirable location, For further particulars , inquire at 62 John itreet. Reference exchanged, Board in the country-genteel board hay be obtained near WillUmsbrtdge, half an hour'* rid* Irom Twenty sixth stre't by the Harlem Railroad? cars rai ning hourly. Commutation tickets obtained. Honse new, large, airy, wall shaded, and eight minutes walk from the de pot. Fruits, vegetable!, Ao., always fresh; also, stable and car riage honse. Terms reasonable. Apply on the premise*, to the Misses Brigg*. References: 1. M. Partridge, 44 Cort landt street, aad Leonard Soott, 54 Oold street. New York. BoJtED IN BROOKLYN.-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE aad a lew single gentlemen can be accommodated with board in the first olass house 22* Washington street, replete with all the modern improvements, gaa, hot and cold bath*. Ttr particulars apply at 214 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Board in ueooklyn.-pleasant rooms, with partial board, e?n be had in a private family at 219 Adams street, between Johnsoa aad Tillary. Location eon venlent to either Wall or Fnlton ferries. Terms moderate. Board in Brooklyn ? two single gentle men ean be accommodated with pleasant furnished rooms and partial hoard, by applying at 114 High itnet. Referetces exchanged. Board on btatbn island-three minutes* walk from the first landing; single gentlemen ean be ae commodated with pleaaaat rooms, with breakfast and tea, In a strictly private family; price from >3U to |2S per month. For particular*, inquire of Mr*. Krnger, at Tompklnavllle. Boardino-at uo and in chambers street. Fin* large pleasant, newly furnished rooms, for fami lies, with every convenience attached; alio, pleasant room* for (Ingle gentlemen, with full board; room* to accommo date a party ef four gentlemen. Day boarder* aooommo dated alio. Refereace required. Boarding-tub owner or the iiouheula martine Place, 20th stre<t, between Eighth and Wh avenues, having a large house and a small fsmilv, will accommodate two gentlemtnt. and their wives with board; no others would be taken. The accommodations need only to he seen to b? appreciated. The location ienotsnr Gssed by any In ths city, having * private park In front for e us* of the residents. Person* having boys from 9 to |A need not apply; a *mall child and semnt, no Person* originally from New England preferred. The best j reference will he reciprocated. Inqntre a* nee v. j OARDING.? HANDSOMELY FI RNlHITgn ! in snits or otherwise, with every oonvenieni-e att u telet, with board, to small families; also, single r??m?. First class accommodation*. Gas. tal^, Itl'Ud al W 1 MiWTMWuW.iWWmV 1 ?MRMMi AID UIDQna. B B nmHitiMi CBMTLEMEN WISHING GOOD HO A MB at 17 Grind etreo*. No ?oTln< in "/? TJOABDING. ? FUBHIBItt? * 4?b2 J) vbtaiaed lor t?o .H.M1 or omt U W > famO*. ?* >ifteenth atreet. near Union .quare. Q>*? ??"? * OAR DIN 0. ? A SUIT Or TWO OB ?"? foriUM or unfimii* od, for a joatleman and hu f*V or for tingle *entle?on# at 97 Olinton plaoo. ? ? BOARD WANTKD-FOR A l.AI)Y AND mau, full buwd tor lady only, in a ??all P?JJ .famd where there are bo ether boarder*. ? |4oW JW AddrenB. U. B., Broadway Port O?oe, ????? """" and term*. - Board WANTED? A YOUNG MAN DESIRES T? find in a reapectable family living not hi<ber ?? H" .nan^a^'a".- board tbraglBrt.a?d tea. r?r weea: where Wifcw boarder, only. wU X l>e preferred, l'leaae addreaa Fjrene lima n.^Poet Office. TiOARD WANTED-BY A VOUNO 0 BVTLE: * *^2 1 J Brooklyn, hot worn Pierrepont and Congraai. A4?ro? ^prepaid? box 3 ,5ft- Font Otftoo* ? OARD WANTED ? FOR ONB fen. ale* and three children, (vi*.. two, throe a>d e. ytara of ago); Ireaklaat and tea for th? ?nU?maa room and ono bodroom. Term* m ustbe moderate? a?t*? exceed $11 or $12 per week. For forther information adiliati C. U. D t Herald office. ? ? BOARD W ANTED? BY A GENTLEMAN AND WirB. (very plain people,) positively where there are ?? otMr boarder*, in a riuall lamily. If in N"W Y orb, not above Tenth street; if in Brooklyn, nca? Fulton or Wall etreea ferries. Batlafaotory reference will be given, If tnitco. nj one ne?d apply without describing aaoommodaMon* tu ?fating exact location and terma. Addreaa H. W. U.. ??? ]W Herald office. OARD WANTED IN BROOKLYN? BT A PARTY OT gentlemen (Ave), on the Heights or in South Urookljai term* no objeot if a fair equivalent it offered. Addree* Unity, Herald offloo. . Board WANTED IN STATEN ISLAND, FOR A liBlt tktnan wife, two children and aervaBt. ftivnte (ami* preferred. Addreaa, with name aud iocaiioa, Bo* 1574 root Office. BOARD WANTED? FOR A OBNTLKMAN AND WIIX (partial for gentleman,! where they ean find a P'??. comlortahle bon.e, in a amall family, "ter? no otk?* bourderi are taken. HatUlaotory reference wUl be givea and re?iuired. Addreaa Clinton, Hi raid ot!lo?: (COUNTRY BOARD. ? GOOD AND SUBSTANTIAL J . board can be obtained in a farm houae, very pieaaanUr ? mated, a?rronnded by plenty of ahad# tre??, within a 1a?** ter of a mile of a beautiful rilla*-, and eleven m.le^r.m New York city. Aeeeaa tbroe or Jour tiMMft day by pla?k roaJ, atairea or car*. Boardera takon from l?t of jjf aooner. lie?t of reference given. Api'l.v ?t Ne. 7 Wooatee glrcet. /COUNTRY BOARD WANTED-KOR TWO EAMIUBq. Kj compriain* in all four grown pawoM, I ri* ' (aieaStoU yeara). and two aervanta; a fart, or pnva<? home, where no otker boardera would be takeii, location muat be within one or two hnure af tha oity ly ateamboat or rallood. Addreaa, with rofarenoa and parnoa lari, poatpaid, H., box 2,69^ l*oat Office. T71CTRNI81IED ROOMS-TO l.ET IN SOUTH BBOOQ J lyn. to one or two neatlemen. with or witb??? b*ea* fait and tea. The houae la one of the An eat and mu? commodioua in Brooklyn: the rooma airy, jm nUbod in the be?i the litnntlon i? lofty and beAUhyj onlv a few rods from th? route ot the Greenwood osrt, ana litln flveminnte.'wUk of HamUtonr.rry G^drj ference required and Kiven. Addraaa H. M., at tha Uorald office, for particular!. - FURNISHED ROOMS-A PARLOR AND T*" BM rooma eloiantly fumlahed, in a houae haTia* all the mo dern improratnenta, and ooaupled by a reapeotable are offered to lot to two tingle nentlemen. in the vicinity of Union aqnare. lnqnir* at 257 T?elft* atreet. FURNISHED ROOMS? WITH BREAKFAST ANBTEA, at S'JO Broome street, a hall, bedroom, and larga room, on the aecond floor. No removal^ ? Madame meybbs will remove, on the hbst of May, from No. 2 Leroy plaoe, to No. 6, oapoaiWw where, in eoAaequanca of the greater number of aha haa atlll unengaged rooma for gentlemen and wlvaa, mA acveral room* for aingle gentlemen. Broakfaat from 8 o c ilook to 10: dinner at 6. Alao, an offlce convenient for a dooter. I'leaae inquiie of Mme. Meyer*, No. 2 Leroy plaoe, till Ut <?. May. PRIVATE BOARD-A FEW RESPECTABLE gentlemen can And a genteel, ploa*ant home wth gooB partial board, in a itrictly private family, at ^ fi?. S? Haw* ?on atreet, ne*r Henry atreot, South Brooklyn, ga( all o?? the bnufe. Refereneea e?ohanged. TtRIVATE BOARD-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OK P two .ingle gentlemen oan obtain Pf"a?Bt 'oumewibk tTantrlea atUcbcd, fnrnl.hed or ^^"'V'^X vre.t SiS^Stk bonae, with batna, ga., Ac.; location at 116 Weat aixteenta atreet, between Slath and Seventh avenue*. PRIVATE BOARDING.? SEVERAL VERY PI.EABAJIT room*, In *uit, or wparately, either fornlthed or unfnr niched oan be haJ with board, on roatonablo torma, in ? Srivati family maiding at No. 280 Fourth avenue, (oppoait* ?^l va% Cburch ) Th? bonaa I. finely loeaUd, and haa a* the modern improvement*. Referencaa eiohaaged. ROOM8 TO LET ? FURNISHED OB UNJUKNISHMD. to aingle gentlemen only, without board. The M baa all tho modern improve menti. Apply at Jo7 *01 atreet, between the Bowary and Lafayotta plaoo. "DOOMS WITH BOARD? ELEGANT SUITS OF IMI Xv in a new brown *tone houae, Ju*t completed in Fal teenth (treat, near Utlon iqnare. None naed 1 th. se who can appteclata a llrat ola >* houae in a* ary m. Ad drew "Channing." Herald oHlca. SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL AT STATEIf laland.-The Mlasa* ANTISElL, having under thate charge a lew children under ten year* of a*e, are de*iro?M of obtaining two or three additional ptirll* of the *ame aga. They wonia devota to their education, moraJ tnaatog ?>?< comfort, their exoluiive attention. drawing and music. ?1M> per annnin. Addraa* Mi*aa* abu tell, Port Richmond, S. I. TO GENTLEMEN.? ONE OR TWO NEATLY FOR niahed room* in a private family to jet without boar? bathroom In the bouie; location deairable. ApplJ atja. llouaton atrcet. mWO OR THREE ROOMS TO UI, F 1 without board, to lentlemen, at ^ 1 breakfatt if dealred; th* hou*o haa all the modern improva menta. WANTED? BOARD, IN A PLAIN PBIVATE FA1II ly, there are no other hoarder*, k v t with or without dinner. *3 per week will be paid, and ha wHA be a ateady boarder. Any family having a .mall roo* ?? aparc can addrea* Oipaon, Broadway Po*t Q?o?. Wanted? board for a gentleman and his wife, in a private family, within tan minutes walk <rf Canal *treet and Broadway. Addreaa, statin* term*, whiofe. muat be modarata, H. A. la., 406 Broadway. INSTRUCTION. Boarding school for children. ? tub Miasm WILLIAMS will romove their boardlnd*cbool on May 1, to that beautiful manaion on Fifth avenaa, tween seventh and Ninth .treet*. Brooklyn, known *J th. conntry residence of ex Mayor Talmage. Ttrm* of tuiUen. Including board and washing. t** wctki, payable in advanoe. Inquire at the Mhool. 107 PW? Met ait ae?, Brooklyn. N. B.-?X aora* of land for *ala at Kahway, New Jer*ey. <211 fi -BOOK KEBPINO, WRITINO. ARITHMETIC? Mr. Dalbear, CUO Broadway, will receive a few mora pupil* this week, at only $10 for a fB nal'?ited conraal? double entry, ani guarantee, to make practical b??\)kM<C" in a abort time. Ladie*' apeolal writing cla**, SI .30. Oe? tlaman'iSA. !? Bellport classical institutb-the nee* term of thl* Inrtltnte will commeBC. V"' 0 .-VS" For circular* apply to W. Eevan. B*q., 1U Water atreav N. Y.. and for ^"-J^^^IESHANE, Prin-pal. Bellport, l? I., April 2, 18M. B^RCOELYW BIDING SCHOOL, HEAR THE MAN ?ion U on *e , Hiok* *treet.? The proprietor, reUnqulafc ing tbe school, otar* hi* entire stock for *ale, conriatfng cC ladle.' and gentlemeB'* .addle*, harne**, hor.e?, waaow, Ao If not previonaly di.powd of, will be eold by auction, on Thuraday, May 3. anawer eiMal eapeeV OOOKKMPINO -TIIE ffiESilltt? Tookk ?" Sf ' '2 B ?^rUT?.,^V.tKl:it Card. and oirculara Sr^hXtlh^o^W B^. ooLWMirn. INSTRUCTION? DAY AND EVENING.? MR. CHAM BERLAIN teaohea rvadinn, writing, arithmetic, book keeping, Engliah grammar, .to., at 4*3 Broadway, on tha tame term* be did at 147 Greene atraet. THE FRENCH AND GBBMAN LA*feirAGES-AS required for bualnea* and conversation, a? alao tk* olariloa, can be thoroughly learned by applying to the ua deraigned, favorably known for maay itan pait for kirn competen rr and exoellent mode ol teaching. X. TELLE RING, 483 Broadway, near Broom* atreet. mo PARENTS AMD GUARDIANS.? A LADY OF SU JL peri or education and vary rare mneioal attainment*. wi ahe* to take one or two /ouag ladiea, not over 14, iato bar family to educate, where rhe would (arronad them with tha comforta and inflnenceaol home, and a donaaetio life. Sha pnrpoae* realdln* a abort di*taooe from New York. For far ther particular*, addroaa Mr*. B., care of Mr*. Read, ST Tweaty wreath itroet, between Madiioa aad Fourth avaaae. BKWARDg. ?" REWARD-LOST, A CHICK, DRAWN BY ROBT. SOU 8. Uaa**, oaVth* Tradeam-oa Baak, dated Mink 17th, for 9100; alto, oae tlfio note aad three of $M>, of the B<>wery Baak, aad aereral aote* of a imaller deaomiaatioa. The above reward will be paid en retnra of the *ame to 8AML. RELLINOER. eorner of Broome aad EW ridge ate. ?On REWARD.? STOLEN, ON FRIDAY, 6TQ INST | VLU a brindla bnll terrier lint, aniweriag to the nam* of Dnck; had on whea atolen a chain collar, with bran plat* to ea grave name oa. The above reward will be paid for her return and information that will lead to the ooavurtioa ef the thief, or 11 will be paid for her return and no qu*?tleaa aaked. THOMAS KERR, IM Monroe atreet. REWARD? STRAYED ON STOLEN, ON SATUR $U day evening laat, a email blaok and taa terrier, wea* ini a elated oollar, earn cropped. and aoaroa lb* left M* from tcaldin#. Tbe above reward will be paid fer hU de li wry at Hangariord'* Hotel, 16H Dnane *treet. AC REWARD? LOST, A POC*ETBW>K WVTAIN t In) acme money and memorandam*. b*tweea rallem ?tree* and Greenwich avenne. Snppo?e<l to h? dropped m the Amity itage line. Leave at the Herald mm. WATCHES, JEWBIiRT, AC. CALIFORNIA DIAMOND PINS-M TO J10; CALIFOR nia diamond earrings, *5 to $2#; California diamendL ringa, |i to $U: California, diamond atuda $AtefS each; California aleeve batten*. llSthe set; all mouatad la IS earat ??"? ??? ' 11 "? * Broadway. ~ AKTROLOGT. About to leave thb city-m adame mobrow This highly gifted lady will positively lea?* for Knrena in a few day?; ao all that with to coasult her mnat call *ooa or they will not nt the chance. i<he will tell all the event* ol life, and even the very thought*, to the (.Teat a*to alihmea t of al 1 her visitlr*. 78 Broome atreet, near Caaaon. Geatla* men aot admitted. N. B.? No charge if not *atleded. Madame alwin. from Paris, tenders hbr services to the ladle* and gnhtlemeu ia rhreiolocv by hooka and (eience. She ean be conaulted about leva! n "triage, bn?iaee*. Ac., and will tell the name of the ladv ?v Sentleman the) will marry, ai an the name of her rWiter* Inline Alain ronf r" ? in Fnglmh, Irenchaad Oermaa langua?e? Residvgct aK> Bowery bv?c*n |'it?t

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