Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 19, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 19, 1855 Page 3
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A0T?KfUmm MfVfll KIT lit. TOE BAXJL Ann -F0R SAL*. AT A GREAT SACRIFICE, wIO.UUU. that four story brown atone kouaa Mill lot, 111 Weet Thirty fourth street, near Eighth imui, the Coon la seventy feet deep and contains every convenience. Sad (8,000 on mortgaae. Alee for 99,0110. that neat throe ?tory brick house and lot. M) West Twenty seventh (tract, and V), BOO on mortgage. AUc for $5,300, that hou?e aad lot, U Orchard street, let 36 J 12 by 8SU Bents Apply to 8. 8. BROAD, 13 Wall street. WAAA OR 97,000.? FOK SALE, AT YONKEES, .UIMJ two beaatUul oountry reiiaencei, with the seederu Imprevementa, jut finiabed, ia the beat ityle, on Warbortoa avenue, near L? marline avenVe; one aera of land attached; Veod view of tbe Hudsoa Apply to JAMES TSOUMANS, oalthe premises, or Mr. PE&BCE, under the Metropolitan Bank. &n n/W\ ?FOR SALE OR TO LET? ONE OF TH08E ?D.UvU. three a tory handsome brown atone front English baecmaet boncea on the noith eide of Fifty-second atreet. between Eighth avenge aad Broadway. It la lilted ip ia the beat manner, with Crototi water, gas, marble maa tela, ornamented cornict-a, dumb waiter, wash basins, waih *nb?, range. Ae., complete. Terma eaay. Inquire on the yremUei, of J. V. ONDERDONK. onn -'OR SALE, A NEAT THREE 8TOET Ct/(UUU, brown atone front houae, on the north sida ?r Twenty -seventh atreet, between kighth and Ninth are sues, Ne. 1(1. It ia fitted ap with all the modern improve aieats. Inquire on tha premises. J. V. ONDERDONK. fiQAA -A SPLENDID GROCERY STORE, LOCATED ipOvV/i on one of the beat corners in tne city. Th's it ? flrat rate place for a temperance grooery atoro. The atora ?will be ooid cheap, aa the proprietor haa got another busi ness. There ia a fonr yeara' lease to run from tho let ?r Kay. For portioolars apply to GLANDER A STEEL, 91 Hurray atreet. 1k7tU\ WANTED? 10 COMMENCE A OENERAL GEO 9 I fJ\J oery a to re, on the 1st of May: a salary and gnod intereat given, or can become equal shareholder if preferred. It la a good corner ataad, only two blocks from l'eck alip and Division avenue ferriea. Addreaa, up to 5 o'clock Satur day evening, stating where an interview can be had, D. F., Crocer, bcx 127 Herald offloe. d>?Cn -CHEAP PROPERTY FOR CASH?FARM OF tfuyU . (even aeree. atocked with fruit, good houae and Imra, near the city, on North river; $370 can remain. Alao, a three (tery houae in Brooklyn, renting for $270; price S.,650, of wbich 91,300 can remain. Alao, a four a -ory briok >uee in Thirty-fifth atreet, lor 94,200. Inquire of O. Y. A If TON, 1U2 Fulton atroot, Bad way A Co. 'a oflU-o. <t/l An ?TO PBINTERS ? A SMALL PRINTING OF *TivU ? ice for ?ale worth $S00, having a weekly newa Mper and book work on hand: one of the beat locatiena for Jobbing ia the city. Address Printer, Herald office. fljOKA WILL BUY A WELL BBED YOUNG MARE, *PZlVUll handf high, perfectly sound aad kin) in all har aesa, fuitable for road or family uae. Apply at Club atable. Downing, near Bleecker atreet, or stall No. 8 Washington Market, West atreet aide. MAKE WEN A 3ALTERS. 3 BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY FARMS FOR SALE? ONE 40 acres, 11 acrea and ti acres, immediately in the village ?f Madison, good bnildings. goed land, Ac., and well worthy the attention of those who Re desirous or an elegant ooun try residenoe. only five minutes' walk from tho railroad de pot Immediate application is neoessary to seoure them. They abound in tg uits and are handsomely shaded Apply to S. D. HUNTING, Waverly House, near the depdt, Madi ?on, Morrts county. New Jersey. A BARE OBANCE FOR AN ENEROETIC MAN, WITH JCV a moderate capital? a dry goods atore, with a millinery and ihow room attached, doing a good business; custom Eve years established, and two years of an unexpired lease; the interest, stock and fixtures, will be sold moderately for ?ash; goed reasons for selling will be given on application. Apply at 160 Fulton avenue, Brooklyn. A FABM OF 57 ACRES FOR SALE? OR WILL EX j\. change for New Tork, Williamsburg or Brooklyn pro perty, situated in Onondaga county, N. Y. Inquire of JOHN VALENTINE, W Eighth _aveauo_. A DINING SALOON FOR SALE, SITUATED AT one of the best business railroad depots and s irround eo with extensive manufacturing establishments, where thousands ot persons are employed, and this is their head quarters for eating and refreshment. $500 to 9700 will put abase it. Apply to C. B. HOWES A CO., 84 Nassau St., or 63 White. A CONFECTIONERY, I4E CREAM SALOON, AND bakery. in one of the leading business thoroughfares, will be Sold this day at a sacrifice; the manufacturing nten ?ils all complete, and the location unsurpassed in New Vork. The place wlU pay 91,000 the coming season, for selling ioe cream. C. B. HOWES A Co . 84 Nassau street. A LODGING HOUSE OF 15 YEARS' STANDING, ??1. stcre, fixtures and furniture, with a long lease, for sale, in a rood location, doinj a good paying business, and will be sold moderately for cash; ill health of the pro Jrietor is the cause ef selling out. Apply at 517 Pearl street. A BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY BUSINESS FOR J\. sale, a bargain, for hall its oost, with a three years lease. Ia new doing a good business. Tbe owner is going to California. Apply at 2ti0 Seventh avenue. A RESTAURANT. IN CONNEXION WITH AN ELE gantlv fitted up bar, doing a business of $25 to $30. daily. Attached are alao billiard and club rooma for social and private parties and halls. The lease and furniture, which is of the most costlv description, will be sold at a bargain. Apply te C. B. 110WBS A CO., 84 Nassau street. EAEERY FOR SALE-NOW DOING A FIRST CLASS cash business; it is situated in a good thoroughfare; has a long lease at a nominal rent; will be sold reasonable to a cash customer. Apply immediately to RICHARD L. PUR 1>Y A CO., Not. 119 and 121 Naiaau street. Buildings for sale.? the buildings on pre mlaes 1C6 Mulberry street, are offered tor sale, if applied for within three days, with the loase lor tho ensuing year. They will be sold very low and are well salted for a carpen ter's shop, feed store, or livery stables. Possession given immediately. Apply at 95 Murray street. COTTAGE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE roR GOOD city property? A handsome cottage houso, nearly new, With a beautiful garden and walks, ornamented with ever greens. fruit trees and flowers. It is enclosed in frout with Iron fence, and hedged within with arborvltm. The grounds contains about two acres, with neat barn. carriage house, hennery, Ac., all in tine order. It is within 18 miles or this city, and two minntea' walk to railroad depot, irom which train* go almost hourly to and from New York. A larae proportion of the purchase money can remain onmort rt, and possession given Immediately tf required. Apply JOSEPH W. ALIEN, No. 2 Nassau street. New York. Also, for sale, by J. W. Allen, five small fains, good land and improvements. One ef 41 sores for $4,510; one of 36, for ?3,000; one of 50. $2,800; one of 30, $4,000; and one of about 70 acres, $4,509. CONFECTIONARY, BAKERY AND ICE CREAM SA loon for sale, in an excellent sitnation, and now doing a paying business; stoc) , fixtures and saloon furniture, all in good order. For farther particulars apply at 34tf 8th avenue. CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM SALOON.? A store In the above line, established five years, together With stock, fixtures, Ac., to be aold on reasonable ttrms, for cash. Leare two years to run. Apply on the premises, 27 Eighth avenue. CLIFTON, ISTATEN ISLAND.? LOTS FOR SALE, ON bi^h ground, with pure water and perfect sewerage, the most desirable on the island. Apply to W. W. VAN WAQ ENEN, Clifton; M. O'Connor, >16 Koade street, or J. H. Seieert, Vender bilt House, Vanderbilt landing. COAL YARD.? A WELL ESTABLISHED COAL YARD, with all fixtures complete, situated in the uppor part ?f tbe city, for sale. An exoellent location for doing a large business. Apply to WITHEKELL A ROUSSEL, No. 34>; fine street. BUG STORE FOR SAI.E IN CHICAGO-TIIE SUB scriber offers a very elltible retail drag store for sals, in a good locatlen, under one of the principal hotels in the ?ity, having already been in operation nearly four ysar*. HENRY RITCHIE. . RUG 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 chance for anv one desirous or entering the drug business. Address M. JULIEN, this offloe. No agents need apply. ?ARM OF NINE ACRES FOR SALE, \ OF A MILE from Rcssville, Staten Island, ?>4 miles from Vander t's landing, on plank road. Good new two story bouse, 14 rooms, new bara, good fences, 100 fruit trees; it is a beauti ful bealthr place, and will bo aold cheaper than any place on the Ialand. l'rice $3,150, part cash. A practical gardener, era pereon that eill accommodate boarders, can make mo ney. Beats every hour to one lauding, and one a day to Bo ssville. Fonr farms at Clarkstown, Rockland county, SO miles from this city, very cheap. One at Spotswood, New Jer*ey, very eheap. Corner lot at Yonkers, cheap. The Staten Island farm is a great bargain. Apply at 81 Fulton atreet. 27 acres of land at Clarkstown, Rockland county, 41K miles from New York, 9875, one hair cash, bK miles from Bockland l ake. Fancy trimming store for sale, having a imnll and well seleoted stock, in one of the most ptea aant end thriving localities in Bmoklvn. Inquire in tbe music store. No. ?#> Court street, Brooklyn. The owner re signs from ill health. FOB SALE-TWO DESIRABLE HOUSES, AT MODR rate prices, on seuth side of Twenty-fifth street, Nos. 98 aad 102, second block wsst of Broadway, having all the modem conveniences, with baleonies and oourt yards. Hoasee 18 6 by 49. Lots half the bloek. Terms very easy. Apply to JOHN 3. KELSO. 69 William street. TTIOR SALE? AN OAKUM FACTORY, NEARLY NEW. f situated in Bristol, Rhode Ialand. It is furnished with the latest and most improved machinery, capable of making eighty bales per day. Ad trees JwHN NORB1S, Bristol, Rhode Island. D D FOR 8ALE-ONE FULL LOT, WITH BUILDINGS thereon, cit titled on the couth side of Thirty-fourth ?treet, between tho Seventh and Eighth avenues; alio two lot* on the ewt (id* of Fifth avenue, between Eighty-third and Eighty fourth streets. Apply to J. 11100 INS, l.VJ Thirty fourth ? treet, between tho Seventh and Eighth ave ?1N. JfOR PALE- A MEAT AND VEGETABLE MARKET, ' neatly fitted up with marble stalls, and in an excellent neighborhood, with a good net of customers. The rent all taken oat tho ahop. A fine opporianity for any one who wishee to niap la tho basiaos*. Apply on tho corner of Bonry ant Rutgers ?troet?. FOB SALE? A DININO SALOON ; IT IS FITTED UP in a very neat and handsome style with everything ton ?late; the preient owner nntt leave tor the oonntry on tho irit of May, and will nil oheap. Apply at G2 Whit* street. FOR SALE -THOSE WHO THINK FAVORABLY OF Omaha city, the oapital of tho Territory of Nebraska, now containing ?*er 100 bnildlnga, can have an opportunity ?t nur-hssing fifty lota, jnst received by ROSWELL 0. PIERCE, I'in* atreat, corner of Broadway. For sale-the lease, stock and fixtures of the Slxtu Ward Uotol, cornar of Dwano and Contra ?treet >. Maine Liquor law not the causa of aellina, bat, aa the proprietor li engaged in tho ooal trade, It roqniree hit whole personaJJnUenUon; there la no risk, aa It will be satis factorily shown tha* the room hire for balls, parties aad ?ccletios will more than pay the rant, barkoepers' wa<e? iuid gas bills, leaving the uso of tha bar entirely free. The ?whole will ba sold at a valuation, and on eaay terms. If not pold In one weak, a competent peraonta take charge will ?at an interest in tha business; a married man preferred. Apply oa the premises. X10R SALE ? HOUSES AND LOTS IN NEW YORK AND P Brooklyn, for which dry goodi, olothtng, hardware, or other merchandise will ha taken, as part pay. Aiao a largo nnmbcr of farms for sale or exchange for houses and lot*. Arplyto THOMAS A i TREET, SIX Pino .tract. U'OB SALE? A NEW THREE-STORY HOUSE, LOT T 26xl(lu, store oa th*- front of tha first floor. Will bo aold for S2, bOO, and only $2.?? ea?h payment. Honse on Paclflo atreot, Brooklyn. If not sold, will bo rontod. Apply to FOSTER A LOPER, No. 4 Sand* street, Brooklyn. THOU SALE-TWO THREE STORY HIGH BASEMENT X brick houses. in Twenty seventh "treet, between Sixth ai-d Seventh avenues, having all the modern Improve meats, gas, oroton water? not and cold? all through. The konses are complete ia evorytrespect, and will ba sold low Wd oa a?ry easy term*. <JAM'L EDDY, GJ WaU street, bastncftt. FOE SALE? AT CHATHAM FOUR CORNBRS, Co lumbia eounty, ft food farm of forty four ud I half variety of oboice iruit aad good hoaae w'.tb twelv* room* Also, a farm and oarriage houae t>o baru to.;alt in rood order; soar tha depot of the Harlem railrtad. aad convenient in lebeoU and church**. Inquire of i SoTH ERLAND, 64 Wall street, or N. W. Stevens oa tha premlaaa. For sale-at a sacrifice of $i,ow, a hand some new aad wall built hoaea ia Astoria, containing the modern improvement*. It ia built ou a large lot. having two huadred feet front on Academy itreet, aad one hundred feet oa Jamaica avenue. The hoaae ia fitted ap ia the beat manaer, with marble mantels, kitchen raage, Ac., aad ia ia ?very respect a desirable locatioa 'or a gentleman's resi dence, being within twelve minotaa' walk ot tha ferry, (t will be aold for $4,7?, oa appUoatioa to Mr. ANDREW SADIE, 117 Fulton street. For sale? to close a partnership, one halt Internet of a Ionic established Job printing often; haa boon in operation einee ltvW. To a praotioal printer, with a ?mall capital, who conld occupy the plaoe of the perton who Koea out, a very favorable opportunity la presented. For terms aad further particulars apply on tbe aremiaea, to P. MILLER A SON, northwoat oorner of Trinity place and Thames street. For sale-a suitable place for a tavern stand, grocery or dwelling house at New Durham, ia New Jersey, thrre miles aad a half from Hoboken. on tho Uaokensack plank road. Inquire of B. b. EARL, New Durham Hotel. fOR SALE-ORBAT BAOAIN? THREE STORY HIGH basement house, three rooms deep, under cellar, oold aad hot water baths, gas aad gas fixtur<*. Must bo sold tbia week. Also houae aad lot oa Eighth avenue, near Fifteenth street. Apply to LINDSEY A HADSELL, 78 Eighth avenue, eoraer of Fourteenth street. For sale-a nbat two story and basement house, oontaiaing nine rooms, substantially built, with E" ilia ia front, windows opening to the floor, sliding doors, ., situated on Thirteenth street, near Sixth avenue, South Brooklyn, three minutes from Third avenue railroad. Price fl.fflU. Terms ea?y. Inquire of Wm. A. Friti, on the premise*. or of Q. H. Martin, 309 Greenwich street, N. Y ?EftOR SALE? A BEIGHT DAY CARRIAGE HORSE. 16? r hands high, long tall, eight years old: sound, kind and gentle in all harnaaa, and free from vioe, iriok and fault of every kind. Well adapted for a single horse carriage. Price $300. Apply at Mr. Gerard's stable, in Twenty-second street, between Fourth aad Lexiagtoa aveanes. Fob sale-a saw mill, for box manufactur ing. with machinery of 12 horsepower, buildings, fix tures. horses, wagons, Ac. This large busines* is one of the most respectable in the city. Clear profit 98,000 to $9,000 ?very year. Friee WAOOO; #15,000 eash, remainder in instal ments. Apply to A. W. STKINH A1JS, l'rinter, 2C7 2d st. For sale? a first class superior built frame he nee, at West Monat Yernon, Westoheeter Ceuntv, ljjW miles trom the City Hall, and S minutes' walk from the Harlem or New Havea Railroad Depot. Th? house ia two story, garret and oellar, wita a kitchen off the aide. Tho lot ia a 132x 81 fe?t 6 inches; garden laid out with box wood, rosebushes and fruit trees. Price $2,800, Apply to WILLIAM GEE, 08 Fulton itraet, N. Y. For sale? housei and lot on EISHTY FIFTH street, blook and a half weat of Broadway, ia view of tha Hudson river; lot full *ito, bouae 21x30 feet, extension 10x14 feet: finished in modern style: price $'i,40o, $1,000 to remain. Apply to A. SPENCE, 29 Wall street. Fob SALE? THE BAR and fixtures, with three years' lease, of th? well known Temple Saloon, 8 Marcer street; will b? sold ehoap for cash. Inquire on tba premise*. For sale? an elegant country risidence, situated at Rye, Westchester county, on the Boston post road, a quarter or a mile from New York and New Ha ven railroad depot, tbe grounds running back to the harbor with six and a half feet water. The house is newly built ia the best manner, oontaining eleven rooms with cellar. There is a good barn and other outbuildings; also with the house one aeru of land, fine garden and plenty ofj fruit of all kinds. The aoenery around is truly beautiful, oommanding a fine view of the Sound. Terms for commuting, $43 per year. Seven trains daily each way. For further particu lars apply to M. LYON, 1)2 First avenue, or to S. LYON, 190 Fulton street. For sale? a Newfoundland dog, about one year old. The owner wishes to sell him as he has no use for him. Inquire at 227 Lewis street, between Seventh and Elg hth streets. IfiOR SALE? LEASE FOR A TERM OF \ EARS OF A teed store, together with 27 stalls, located in the upper part of the oity; is now doing a good business; will be sold reasonable to a eash customer. Apply at No. 21 Jackson St. IfiOR SALE OR TO LEASE? THREE ACRES OF LAND, . with seven large buildings, suitable for a glass taotory or any other extensive manufacturing businens, within half an hour's ride from the oity by New Haven Railroad and by steamboat Apply to PECARE, BURN STIN E A PniLLIPS, 51 Liberty it. FOR SALE? AN OLD ESTABLISHED BUTCHER stand, including horse, wagon, cart, two sets of har ness and most complete set of fixtures; built expretsly for the business, with stono floor. Apply to J. H. A J. J. SEA RING, No. 3 N assail street. pOR SALE-A DAGUERREOTYPE ESTABLISHMENT, X situated on Brnsdway, now doing a first rate business. Sold on aooonnt of the proprietor having other business to attend to. Terms very low. Apply at 31 Catherine street, this day. FOR SALE.? HERE IS A CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED in this oity? Two (handsome wooden houses with two lots, 2T>xlOO feet, on Sixth avenue and Fifty second street. Price of both, $3,000. cash, inoluding the oorner. Apply at once, to C. G. THOMPSON, 81 Nassau street, room 7. For sai.e-a beautiful country residence nt Staton Islnnd, oontaining four aorcs, laid out in lawn and garden, with a splendid mansion, fiOxtiO, oontaining two parlors, dining room, library, ten bedrooms, kitohon Ac., and replete with all tbe modern improvement, such as speaking tubes, dumb waiter, range Ac. There is also a barn, carriage no???, ?r*pnrv. Ac. From the house then) is a beautiful view of the lower bay, New fork, Brooklyn. Ao, It ia one mile from Vanderbilt'* landing. This is one of the most commanding and elisible situations on the island. Ap ply to BOS WELL G. PIERCE, Pine street, oorner of Eroatl For sai.e? tiie stock, fixtures and good will of a well eatablished boot and ahoe store, doing a good eaah business, in one of the leading avenues of tho city. Apply to Alexander Blair, 158 Wast Twentieth atreet. For sale, very low, a iine three story bouse and stoie in Pacific street, Brooklyn. Price $2,300: $260 only in cash, or will be rented to a good tenant with the privilege ot buying. Apply to FOSTER A LOPER, No. 4 Sand* street, Brooklyn. For sale cnEAP? fob cash only, stock, good will of a second hand fnrniture store, with one year'* loase from the first of May next Rent cheap. Inquire in the store 234 Seventh avenue, near Twenty -dfta street. Fob sale cheap? a tobacco cutting ma chine: can be used by band or power. Inquire of B. P. FAIRCHILD, oorner ot Forty-seoond (tract and Ninth avenuo. FOR SALE CHEAP? OR EXCHANGED FOR PROPER ty or domestic roods, ohe or two four story tenement briok houses, 312 and 314 West Thirty-eighth street. Terms easy Apply to W. H. MICHAELS, 27?West Thirty-third atreet. FOR SALE VERY CHEAP? A FINE BRICK nOUSE on Dean, near Nevins street, Brooklyn. The bouse ia just finished in a tasty and onbstantial manner, and situated in a good neighborhood. Will be aold at a bargain, by MILE3 A BETTS, 27 Wall street. _ For sale in Brooklyn.? a neat two story irame house, with five lots ot ground and carriage houae, situated corner ot Qninoey street and Nostrand avenue, will be sold cheap. Inquire on the premises. Also two lots on Cates avenue, rear of the above. For sale in the city of hoboken-"baumer-s Hotel," oorner of Hud'sonand Third street*. The hotel oontains 24 rooms; ball room, bar-toom. billiard-room, 3 basement*, kitchen; gardon, and ten pin alley attached, be ing one of the best locations in the oity, embracing a magnifi cent view of the North river and cir^y of New York. Also 8 lota of ground for sale. Inqnire at Beamer'* Hotel. For sale, at fort lee-a new cottage house containing five room*, fonr pantries and eellar, hard finished walla, and grate in parlor. Lot, 62J? by 150 feet deep. Good wen of water at the door. Prico $1,750, For further particular*, inquire ot SAMUEL WH ITEM AN, on th* pre mises, or ot GEO. ARVELT, at the grocery stor*. For sale at east Brooklyn? the hanndsome cupola cottage, with seven full lots, fin* garden, stable, and ev< ry convenience for a gentleman's residence. Apply on tbe premises, 456 Grand street, Williamsburg. CR SALE, AT A SACRIFICE OF $2,000 ? A 8PLEN did farm, in Westchester connty, containing about forty five acres of first rate land, within one mile of the New Haven railroad depot, and twenty-one miles from New York, There is on tbe farm a neat, oottage, with first olau out buildings, two vrohard* of grafted fruit, and a never-failing stream of water. Said farm innst bo sold, with all the stock and implements tor farming, and 1s offered tor $5,000, to clone a partnership. For particulars, please apply to Mr. AN - DREW EADIE, 117 Fulton street, up stairs. For sale or exchange? a small farm or oountnr seat, embracing fonr acres of land, in high state of cultivation, with spacious dwelling house and numerou* outbuilding*, in complete repair, lituated on Brooklyn and Jamaica plank re*d; convenient to railroad itation this *lde Jamaica. Price $4,000; or wiU exchange for medium size bou*e in vioinity of Twenty fourth street. Apply to C. R. MILLER A CO., Auctioneer*, 195 Broadway. I For bale ok exchange? pour three story high itoop and tab cellar brick honaea, o* tha north ?Id* of Forty eighth itreot, bttwNi Broadway aad Sixth avenue; they are flnlahed with all the modem Improve ment!. Alio, at Fort Hamilton, a houie and eight iote, with water icenery; the houneli brick, two etorioi, with pi ana and a quantity ol it nit and ornamental trn?a, ehrub bery, Ac., Ao. Apply to Mr. LIVINGSTON, 196 Broadway, Bp ktairi. For sale, or exchange for improved city property? A valuable noun try eeat, eligibly lituated in the flounabing villago of llainfleld, Mew Jeraey, three min ntrb' walk from the cart; an elegant Sbree itory doable m*n alon, .18 by SG feet, newly built, and flniihed In rood ityle.wUh bot alt fnrnaee and other modern Improvement!: ooaprlnlnft 1 1 , or more acre* of land, handiomely laid out wi'.h a variety ol ftuit and ebade (reel, frravel walk*, Ac., barn, (table, oar rin?i' and other building*, all in complete order. Por par ticular apply to W. I'ATE, 16 Barllag dip, New York. For sale or to let-several large stores and officea. in the new Concert Hall Building la Atom lord. Conn., well flaiihad, and oalcnltfd for a milliner harneea maker, tailor, er any other bnstnooe. Alan, a cot tage, near the aame. Apply to SANDS ME ELY, Stamford Conn., or THEODORE MOULTON, 2A3 Cherry street, N. Y For sale or to let-a two story house, containing twelve rooma, lituated in Now Durham, N. J., SJi milea from Iloboken on the Hackeaaaok plank rood, will be aold cheao it applied for Immediately. Inquire of DEMAREST A JORALEMOX. 100 Barclay atreet, N, Y., or of Egbert Poat, on the premiaoa. For sale or to pairmount, upper Morriaania, five minntea' walk from railroad depot, and fifty mlnotea from Wall atreet, a handaome two itory and baoement frame cottage, entirely new, hard flniihed through out, handiomely corniced, eliding doori, marble mantel*, French windowi, wido plana; the whole built in the belt manner, with elf ht city lot* enoloied with fenoee; an excel lent well ob the premiaea. Will be mid low or rented. Ap ply to E. C. CBaK1.ES. 198 Pearl atreet, or J. R. FRASER, depot I pper Morriaania. Fcr balr or to let, on thb most reason - able terma, tour flrat clan brown atone honeee. altuated on the aouth ?Ida of Thirty eighth itreot, between Fonrth and LfxlngtoB avenuea. Apply to E. KILPArRICK, OB the premiaei. For sale, or to let, furnished or unfitr. niahed, a verv auperior live itory brown atone front home, near Fifth ffTenut; nitaatii n nnaurpiuwd Alio for ?ale on Filth aveent. a eaperier Ave etory brown >tme honno. full lot, ch??p-fl9,5Q0. Inquire at No. b Salt TUtty drat P'R BALE ? A CHILD'S CAUL. PRICK. $9<?. LET ten addressed Mn. M. 0., Herald ofko*, will be attended to. Great bargain? for sale? thi lease and furniture of i butel Ml dining taloua. la Fulton itraat, near Broadway . In quia of Mr. W. BREWSTER, M6 front Street. Goats? for sals-a pair or white goats, four month* old. Enquire la the baeemeut of 54 Wall atroet Hardware and tool stork for sale ok Broadway ? The stock of one a f the oldest teal itaraa in the city, together with the iaata of itora and dwoiliag house. The baeiueee has boon suooesafnlly carried on for the last thirty year*. The connection U Terr eatensive.aad the bnnaaaa profitable. For farther particular* iaquira at MO Paarl street. _ H Hotel furniture and lease for salk.? the preeent proprietor bavin* engaged in other basins**, nill dispoae of the turaitnre and laa*a of a hotel, containing ample acoouimodatioa* for forty boardirs and aitaated on th* Hudson river, one honr'i ride from the city of New York, at a great sacrifice, if ba can do ao before the 28th in*t. For rartfcalare inquire of J. P. FONDA, 87 Na**au street. House and lot for sale at a baroainTin Chelsea aqnare, SIS Weat Twonty-ieeond street, the new and modern built four itory English basement houaa, brown (tone tront, and ba* all the modern improvements built by day's work, fiai*hed in the best manner. Houio 16. (J by M foot, lot 16.8 by 98.9. Inquire on the premises. Price $8,000. LOT OF flEOUND IN a PART of YORK ISLAND that i* improving every day. will be exchanged far faucy goods, cutlery, or hooks; also throe lot* in Brooklyn, on one . of t he boat a venue*, will be told cheap. Term* eaiy . Apply at tho bookstore, Ml Broadway. PROPERTY IN NEW YORK TO EXCHANGE FOR property in Brooklyn, Naw Town, Bergen, or West Hnboken. A first class fonr story bouia and lot to ex change tor a small farm or a large two s'-ory ootta.-o. Pos session can be had immediately. Apply at 476 Fourth street. SEOAR AND FRUIT STORE FOR SALE-53S BROAD way' having a first rate run of bosiness. Stock aad fix tures may be bad at a bargain. SAIL MAKKR8? $400 WILL BUT A GOOD STAND for tbo above businois, four toe n year* established, and stock, fixtures, good will, Ao , within thirty miles cf this ci'y. To a good business man, this is an excellent opportu nity. Satisfactory account will be given by applying t? SAMUEL EDDY, 63 Wall street. SLATE QUARRY.? A VALUABLE SLATE QUARRY, very near a railroad, favorably looated, and with ready acce** to Boston and New York market* is oflerud for sale on very advantnteous term*. A small capital only required. Apply to J. R. BARBOUR A CO., 110 Broadway. TO PRINTERS.? FOR SALE CHEAP, A SINGLE cylinder pre*a, Hoe's manufacture: site of bod 31 by 80 feet, in good running ordsr. Apply to J. P. WILLIAMS, 60 Ann street, In the rear. New York. TO PRINTERS. ? $400 WILL BUY A SMALL OFFICE worth more than $800, aow doing a weekly paper; also new material for stereotyping; one ot the best locations in the city. This is a rare ohance for a young man with a small capital. Address Printer, Herald offlo*. TO PRINTERS.? FOR 8ALE, THREE SECOND HAND printing establish meats, without presaes, each being calculated for a weekly newspaper, la connection with a very small lob or oanl office. Also, a second hand single small cylinder press, 64x36 inches. Hoe's manufacture, and Just put in complete repair. Inquire ot JAMES CONNER k SONS, 29. 31 and 33 Beekman street. mo DAOUERREOTYPISTS. ? AN APPARATUS, ALL J. complete for travelling; aoreon frames, so they can be put up in a trunk. Tbe whole cost $50 00, will be sold for $20 00, on account of ill health. Call for one week at 623 Broome street. mo DRUGGI3TS AND APOTHECARIES.? A VALUA J. ble store for sale, handsomely fitted and well stooked with drugs, chemicals, and perfumery, situated ia one of the best thoroughfare* ia New York. Average takings, $12 a $16 per day. Apply at onoe to F. HALE, 60 Nassau st. TO CAPITALISTS.? FOR SALE-A VALUABLE PA tented Invention, which needs only to be introduced to be used universally by tanners, and oan bo made to realize a handsome lortnne. Address box 3,183 Post Offioe. TO MACHINISTS OR OTHERS REQUIRING HORSE power.? For aale, to let, or exohauge for city property, a large substantial brick and stone build. ng, five stories high, with 29 horse engine boiler, shafting, Ao., oomplete, located on Tenth avenue. Apply to J F. WILLIAMS A SON, 3CG Eighth avenue, and daily from 2 to 3 I*. M., at 115 Chambers street. TO MILLINKRS.? A LADY WHO HAS KEPT A PRI vate millinery for twolve years, and has taken a place in one of tbe leading streets this spring, with a two year*' loase, at a low rent, wishes to dispose of the same, with the custom, on account of ill health. Everything will be made satisfactory, and the best ot reference I given. None but a cash customer need atiply, as the owner wishes to leave tho olty as soon as possible. Address Retirement, Herald offlc*, ior three days, stating where aa interview may be had. THE STOCK, FIXTURES. HORSE. WAGON, HARNESS, Ac. of the gr> eery stoic 301 East Broadway, corner of tkemuicl street. This is an excellent stand for business, and to an enterprising man would be a profitable investment. It will bo told very low forlcash. Tbe lease ha* two year* to run, at the very low rent of $300. Apply te HENRY G. LEASK, corner of Pearl aad Chatham etreeti. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE IN TnE CITY of New Haven.? Assignee's Sale? On Tuesday, April 24, 1866, will be sold at public auotioa. at 2 o'clock P. M., to the highest bidder, (if not previously disposed of at private sale,) the elegant dwelling house recontly occupied by Fran eoU Turner, E?q., on the corner of Dwlght and George streets, in tho city of New Haven. The lot upon which thi? heuse stands contains more than three-quarter* of an acre, and comprises a garden of the richest soil, in a high state ot cultivation w?'l stocked with young fruit tree*. vine* and ?tiriili*. Tbe honse is or wood, well hunt, lurnunod with a superior furnace and oooking range, and ha* other modern improvements, Altogether, it is one of the most desirable pieces of property fer rale in the city. Possession given im mediately. Terms made known at the time ot aale. F. CORWELL, Assignee. WILLIAMSBURG FR0PERTY FOR SALE. ? FIVE lot* (outhweat corner of South Third and Toath streets. Apply to T. GARNAR, 32 Spruce street. TONKERS.-FORSALE OR TO LET, TWO OR THREE beautiiul residenoes, near the depot. E. W. CANDEE, 8 Wall street, HOUSES, ROOMS, &C., wTvTEIL A SMALL FAMILY WOULD LIKE TO HIRE. BY THE lit oi May, the whole or a part of a two ?tory house; location not above Fourth *treet, or below Canal; rent mast be moderate. Address A. B., Herald offloe. Drug fixtures? as counters, drawers, shelving, bottles, Ac., wanted; any person having a lot to sell cheap, enqnire of J AS. M. STARK, 4J Wall street, basement. Souse wanted-by a gentleman and wife; part of a convenient house below Union square; rent to exceed $200. Any person having more room than they require, will find this a good opportunity of proouring a good tenant. No children. Address Henry, Herald office, until Sunday, stating all partiealars. PART OF A FURNISHED HOUSE" WANTED? BY A small quiet family. Tbe first floor, with ba*omeat,and one or two bedrooms. Address J B., Herald office, stating terms and location PART OF HOUSE WANTED? IN A PLEASANT neighborhood, consisting ot basement, parlors on first or second floor, ana three sleeping rooms. Rent not to ex ceed $390. Address Y. A? Herald offloe. Real estate wanted.? wanted, $10,000 to $so. 0(J0 worth of store property, dwelling houses, or build ing lots, in the central part of th* city, not further north than Fourteenth street. Parties having such property to dispose of, will find a cash customer by applying to 8. R. JACOBS. 21 M'all street, baioment. Also, $90,000 to loan or to purchase mortgages, on Improved city propety. None but principals need ajpiy. Rooms wanted.? two gentlemen are desi rous of obtaining tbe first floor of a first class house, (an AngTlsh basement preferred,) furnished or unfurnished, with gas aad Croton water. Location between Eighth and Twen tieth streets, near Broadway. Address C. S. P., Union square Post Offlc*. TO LANDLORDS AND OTHERS.? W A NTED-FROM the first of May, by a quiet, respectable American fa mily, of good pay, part of a neat house, consisting of two Clors and bedroom, onjsecnnd story, attlo bedrooms and ement kitchen, below Spring street; rent not to exceed $?90 per annum. Please address A. F., box No. ITS Herald office. r LANDLORDS AND OTHERS.? WANTED, THE privilege of a stand in a good thoroughfare, for summer drinks, for which a small renf would be paid. Address, with particulars, W. Y., Broadway Post Offloe, for three days. WANTED IMMEDIATELY? A NEAT LITTLE HOUSE in Brooklyn, in a respectable neighborhood, not too far from tbe ferries. Rent about $290 per annum. Address P. Jones, Herald office. v WANTED ? A LODGE ROOM, SITUATED IN THE middle part'of the city; is wanted for cither Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday evenings, through the year. Address J. LEVY A CO., 1W William street. WANTED? ONE THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD Western land, in exohange for desirable property situate in the city of Brooklyn. Apply to JOHN FORGIE. real estate broker and auctioneer, basement of Farmer's ana Citizens' Bank. Peck slip ferry, Brooklyn. WANTED IN A RESPECTABLE LOCATION HE tween Tlroome| and Fourth streets; the whole or part of a house with all the modern improvements, a two story horse preferred. Address TENANT, Herald office, for two days. WANTED? PART OF A HOUSE, IN A GENTEEL neighborhood, by a small family, at a moderate rent. References exchanged. Address, stating room, terms, Ac., L. X., Herald office. RJCMOVAXm T09EPH LEE, MERCHANT TAILOR-HAS REMOVE:) Q from 316 Broedwer to Ollteya Buildlngt lfi# llroadwey. PIANOFORTES.? REMOVAL.? J. k D. WALKER bar* removed their bntinatt to the ?ftetooi wareroom under the Moreen tile Library, fronting em Aator piece end Eightlr itreet, a law doore from Broadway, where will be kept for tele m "xteniire aaaortment of new end tecoed bend pianofortes, by variona New York end Boaten maker*, including thoee of their own manufacture; aleo, e large ?took of boudoir, Piccolo and horiiontel pianoe for tin. Pianofortes received tor tale on oommitaioa. Removal -r. a t. davis beo leave to inform their petre ta and friende that they have removed their faraitnr* establishment from S3 Ana (treat, to lot Spr nf ?treet, nnder the St. Nleholae Hotel, and that thay here greatly added to their (took of re perk parlor, dining room and chamber 'nrnitere. They take this opportunity to in ?ite the public to give them a call, aad alto le thank theit pat rent lot part favora. Removal.? holmes a butler s alum patent ttfe depot baa beea removed to Not. 10 aad 93 Maid?u lane, (below Liberty,) where aa a?e<rtment of tb<4r new patent alum filled aafet may be teen, at well aa the (originalHtafe made by them, whieh received the Brat end only modal at the great Orrttal Palaoe teat of tweatr 'our honra, in lHi.1. N. B.? A written warrantee of dryaeM given with each tafe. REMOV A I. I C MACOEEOOR PRESENTS HIS COM plimeata to bit old patron* end the publie generally, aad won Id inform them that be hat removed from bia old ttand.'2'<7 Ilroadwsy. to WJ (roadway, oppoaite tke Metropolitan Ho tel, where be offers a fnll assortment of geeda ia hia line for their examination. A new and choice aaaortmeat of tcarfa, cravata, tlee, itoeka and underwear of all descriptions. Kobe de chambrot. Alto, hie celebrated IWIitrand kid ?laves. Shirts made to order, and warraated to lit Gee tlem en caa rely upon having their ord?ra eiocatsd la tho b?it onmaet' P.S.-SMrt kaait w?M?4. _ BOAjlDIHU aid unmmo. QfiO BROADWAY, (UMUS 8<JUARK>? H4NDSOMI OUO fumWted hou*a to let. or suite of room, together or separate, with or without board. Private Ubli. Utlk room, |U, Ac onn TWELFTH STREET. SECOND DOOR FROM OUt/ Second itfooi Kooin* with board? Single gentle men Will Soil good accommodation*; lingl* and double room*; reasonable pcioe partial board. Alio, gentleman and wit*.; lamily private, houee wall fnraisbed, modern improvement!. Car* aad stage* near. OCftl EAST TWELFTH STREET, ON THE SEOOND At'v- block from Broadwajr, to a gentleman aad wife, ?r to aiattle gentlemen, with board, two or throe haadiomely furniched room*, coatainining hot and sold water The house, m hieh it flrat el at* i* handiomoly furniihed, and con taln* all the modern improvement*. French aad Engliih spoken J|i .wS ?tr?ZHr3?'" ^dtnner mo?.#g*? lfifi OUANE STREET.? ROOMS SUITABLE FOR 1"" gentlemen and their wive*: alio two or throe tingle gentlemen can be aooom modatcd with board . by applying at No 1MI Dune (troet, two door* we*t of Hsilion. Term* moderate. 1AX NINTH STREET WILL RE VACATED IN A J- X'J fow day*.? Salt* of handcomely furniihed room*, oa second and third floor*, wonld be let to farailie* wllh Crate table or aiaglo gentlemen with partial board. Home tela** and pleaiaatly looated between Broadway aad Four'h avenue. m NINTH STREET, THIRD DOOR BAST Or BROAD wav,furni*ho6 room*, in nit> or teparately. Alto, book parlor and extension room oa the tir*t floor, to let to gentlemen, with breakfaat, if required. AUo, furnUhed room* at >o; t College plaeo. m'EJT TWENTY THIKB STREET.? DEUGHT fal room*, fnmUbod or uafornUlied, in a new boii*o, with all modora improvement*, fine location, and acce*<i ble to oar* and stages Reference* exchanged. Apply fro*a 12 to 4. QK GRAND STREET.? TO LET, TWO NEATLY FUR Ou nisbed parlor*, on the flr?t floor, with ga*. tuitable tor two (ingle gentlemen, or r geatlemaa and lady; break faat (erred Id their room* if required; alao, a room and bedroom oa the third floor. Terme moderate. cant on THi?D STREET Wr,, "" ho- ip'p'y fee* ferenoe* eJihanjiei. *? ^ y * CO HUDSON STREET.? BOARD.? A GENTLEMAN \j? aac hi* family can find a pleaaant suit of room*, with pantrie*. on aecond flocr, together or separate; also, two or three single gentlemen. Terms moderate. No moving at May. AND 62 VARICK STREET. ST. JOHN'S PARK vv Handsomely furnished rooms, la suits or separately with private bath*, Ac., attached, to let, with board. Alao, rooms suitable for aiaglo gentlemen. Gas, baths, Ac. In quit* as above. re >?hed. 'to snU appHoantfc l' s' "v0"" fa^'h*d or .n >o preferred. **?????. 1 . S. -Young gontlomea will IBpasi Af\ GROVE STREET. NEAR BLEECKER.? DELIOHT TU ful rooms on first and seooad floors to let, furnished or unfurnished, with board; house first olasa, containing im provements; location most desirable, and aooessible to o?r? aad stage linos. No children taken. QQ ST. MARK'S PLACE, EIGHTH STREET-A OO splendid suit of furnished room*, with or without breakfaat, to let, in a flrit clan* home, to a few tingle gea tlemen, or a family, with kitchen if required. t)f* AMITY PLACE. ? A SUIT OF PARLORS, ON THE ^tU first floor, elegantly furnished, to let to a party of three or four gentlemen, with partial board if r'equirod; tbe house contains ail the modern improvements; also, rooms on the seoond and third floor*, handsomely furnished, suitable lor parlors or bedrooms; the family small: every attention paid to comfort aad neatness; no moving the first of May. GREENE STREET.? GENTLEMEN AND THEIR wives, or tingle gentlemen, can be accommodated with Handsomely furnished rooms, and full or partial board. Also, a back parlor to let. No moving at May. References exchanged. OO GROVE STREET.? TO LET, WITH BOARD, IN A j?iO small private family, a large front room, with pan tries, to a gentleman nnl hi* wife, or single gentlemen. Tbe house is aew, containing all the modern improvements. The eomforts of a quiet home realized. Two lines of stages aad oars within a bloek of tbe bouse. Raierenoe exehauged. I A UNIONISQUARE? FURNISHED ROOMS, IN SUITS JLU or slagly, with lull or partial board. . 6 ST. MARK'S PLACE.? A FRONT PARLOR ON THE first floor, and a parlor nod bedroom on the third floor, to let with board. Dinner at b o'clock. 8 ASIILAND PLACE, PERRY STREET.? ROOMS IN suites or singly, for families or single gentlemen, may be obtained, with board, in a new flsrt-class house, for the season. No moving on the lit of May. Apply a* above. Ret***?"- Ancnas by 81?th aveaue oar* and Amity street stages. A T NO #1 PRINCE STREET, FOUR DOORS WEST OF XX Metropolitan Hotel, handsomely f jrninhud and desirably located rooms, and suites of rooms with board. House first el ass, tamily small and select. Baths, gaa, <ko. A FRENCH GENTLEMAN OF THE HIOHEST RE rpectability wishes to obtain board in a Protestant American or English family, where he can enjoy society aad exchange court. rsation in English and French; none but ?trlctly private lamilie* need take ntrioe. Reference given aad required. Addre** C. V. S., Herald office. Avery pleasant front room, on second story, lane pantry attached, suitable for a gen'leman and wife or a party of tiagle gentlemen. Boarders will b? taken on reasonable terms, (fall or partial,) by applying at No. A Laight street. Few day boarders N o removal at May. A LADY HAVING TAKEN A HOUSE PLEASANTLY situated in Tenth street, is desirous of taking one or two families to board, where th?y can have the eomforte'of a home, and where children are no objeotleu; the house has extension rooms aad all the modern improvement*. Inquire at 66 Seoond avenue. A PRIVATE FAMILY. WITHOUT CHILDREN, would let to a single gentlemen a furnished or unfur nished room, without board, in Twenty-second street. Tbe house contains all tbe modern improvement*. Referenoe* given and requiied. Addre** Miller, Broadway Post Office. All persons wishing board or boarders, will tind it y iffioe tbe surest, mot respectable aad sa tisfactory method of finding either; boarders politely directed free of eharge, to all part* of the eity or oou ntry. Office Clinton Hall. Eighth street, near Btoadway; open from 8 A. M.,to V P. M. A (SUIT OF ROOMS, OR SINGLE ROOMS, TO LET' '? with board, famished or unfurnished, to a gentleman and his wife, or a few tingle gentlemen, in a new firjt e'aa* brown stone house, with every Improvement: location plea sant. and meal* can be served at a private table, if pre ferred. Family etrietly private, consisting of three per sons. Nomoviug In llay, and house newly furniihed. Ap ply at 2t$Wuit Twenty-second itreet. A Lady, occupying a new handsome house on Stnyvesant iquare, cin accommodate a family, or two or three single gentlemen, with room* and board; a da* lightful Ucation for summer. Beit of references given and required. Address Stuyvusant, Herald offlou. A SPANISH GENTLEMAN WHO UNDERSTANDS English a little, would like to find bosrd in a respect able American or English family, of a sociable communica tive disposition, where lit would have an opportunity of per fecting himselt in tbe language. A fair price will be paid If ?alted. Address C. B. O., Herald office. A WIDOW LADY, OCCUPYING A MODERN HOUSE, would let to a gentleman and lady, with board for the lady, a furnished parlor and bedroom; location near Isling ton avenue. For particulars, address E. M., Broadway Post Office. A SMALL FAMILY WHO WILL BOARD A GEVTI.E man and lady for their rout, can hear of an excellent opportunity by applying to J. Herald offioe A desirable family only can have the house. July and August, for the car* Of it One of the flneit strode up town, west. A WIDOW LADY, OCCUPYING A PLEASANT AND rommodleus house in a good neighborhood, flveminutei' walk from either Hamilton or South ferries, and ten :rom the Wall street, withes to obtain a few respeetable boarders, who would find in ber house the comfort* of a home. Apply at No. 88 Harrison street, South Brooklyn. A FRONT ROOM AND BEDROOM, UNFURNISHED, to let, with board, to a gentleman and lady, In a quiet and pleasant location, with modern improvement*. Apply at 1X2 Lexington avenue. Reference* exchanged. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN BE ACC0MM0. dated with a large and pleasant front room on the second floor, wltn good pantry attached and bedroom If re quired; al*o, a good bedroom for one or two single gentle men. Addre** Boarding. Herald offioe. A YOUNG GENTLEMAN WISHES PARTIAL BOARD in a nice family, where tbere are few or no other boarder*. Terms not to erceed $1 per week. Addre** "Btanra*," Herald office. A SUIT OF ROOMS TO LET? WITH BOARD, IN A flrat cImi neighborhood, up t?wn. Unexooptlonalilo rrlerrncea rennircd. Dinner at fix. Apply at 122 Weat Twenty aoeond atreet. A DENTIST WISIIES BOARD AND ROOMS WITS ? private family , where be oaa hare the privilege of receiving oalla. Ac., In any of the croii itreeti from Tenth to Twentv aixth atreet, between llroadway and Seventh ayenne. Refer oncea exet anjred Ad lreta tor three day* Dr. H., Herald|office, or 89 Weil Twenty aixth itreet. A LADT AND HER TWO DAUGHTERS WISH TO OB J\ tain board on or be'ore the lat of May next, in a respect able family in the npper part of the city, near Broftd way i r i Sixth avenae preferred. A Jdreei F., box 2,931 Poet Office, stating term* and Watinn ' ' BOARD. -SEVERAL ROOMS, HANDSOMELY ftTR niahed editable for (ingle gent'emea or gentlemen and their wivoi, will he lot, with good board, in a flr?t elate hooM, 37 Ninth at root, near Fifth areaae. Board.? to let, to a gentleman and his wife, or to alnglo gentlemen, two or three handeomely fnrniahed roome, with partial board for the gentlemen; the honeo U elegant, and ooataini all the modern imprevemeote. Reference* exchanged. Apply at 2fW Baet Twolflb etreot, third bloot from Broadway. "OOARD.-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN BE AC* X> eommodated with pleaaant roome and hoard In a pri rate family at W Weet Sixtoeath atreet. Alio, throe gen tlemen can be accommodated with rooma aad partial board in a private family at 22 Vaadam atreet. Board? furnished rooms to let. with board, on Bret anil eeennd floor*, enitable for a gentle man and wife, or aingle gentlemen in a h"tiee with all the modern improvements and pleasantly located, at 125 Weet twenty fifth atreet Board? in rrookltn, for a cevtlewan a\d wife with ri'ttrenc* In a private family. 123 Sand atroet. Board.-two single GEVTlEWEN. or a qrv. titrran and wife, willing to pay for good tlena maHn< cla/? heaae in Fourteenth atrent, may bo ani' i edin a private family, by arriving iminediatol;, at Ne. I 7 CUatOH Hal*, corn*t ff *i?hlh ivrnt and plaoe , ?OARDUNi AID LODOne. fitrmshed suite or artlal board, in a first class -j MW modern iuiproveueata Aim, single rwnni, and a ktwaeit tu I table for a physician. House situated in Twenty third street. between ai'th and beieutb ?in,u#K Apply at 145 Wo?t Twenty *e?ond at. -DOARD-A HANDSOMELY TXT 1) ruomi to lot, with full or partli privaio board In* bonao, with all the A loo, single rooms, and a basement t House situated in Twenty third stn Seventh avenues. Apply at 143 W? OOAKD-FOR A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. CAN BE X> had in a strictly private family in the vicinity of Eighth avenue and Twenty fifth afreet; the boase ha* all the modern improvement*. The object 01 thil advertise ment ie company f?r my wife. Addre** C. M. E., Broadway Poot Offloe. Bw**d-2*' W-EbT THIRTY SECOND STREET, BE tween Eighth and Ninth avenue*, beautiful location; modern boneo, privute f*mi y; would accommodate one or two married conpie ana a tow single gentlemen; a lin? par lor and bedroom un be had, n*e ??f piano, Ac. A social aad S good home may be^espected. Term* moderate. Board? at i? eighth street, opposite the Mercantile Library, .may bo had several pleasant rooms. With board. Possession before the 8m ol May. if desired. Apply at 113 Clinton plaoe. '' BOABD.? A SMALL FAMILY, LOCATED IN TOE moat desirable part of East llroadway, will take to board ? geutlemaa and hi* wife and two ainale gentlemen. tbo*o taken to board will receive all the eorarorts ot a iiume;heast newly furnished. aa*, Ao. in; rofennao* exchanged. Address Home, Herald offlce. B B OARD ? A LACY CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH board aad a furnished room. Apply at 36 Hubert street. Board in clinton place.? a suit of rooms for a gentleman aad hit wife or for tingle gentleman, with pastial board, aad dianer on Sunday. AUo, a pleaaaat loom in the fourth story, at V7 Clinton place. Board in ciiambees street? a large front parlor, on the second floor, with pantry attauhed. and bedroom if ro<|nlred, may be had, with board, on application at I'.'l Chamber* street. The room i* initable for a family, or three or tonr single gentlemen. References exchanged. Board, at in bi.eecker street.-a large fur nishrd room, auitable for a gentleman and wife, or two kindle ? eutl?men. Alto, a ?mail room, may be had at the above first olaia bonne. Dianer at C o'clock. Board at 25 nintb street. -fine furnished rooms, large and small, in suites or Muylo, with board, may bo had a* above. First olass houae, with modern iin provement*, and newly furnished. Board in twentietii street, between ilroail* ay and Fourth avenue. Suite of richly rumiahed rooms, aul table for families or single geutleiuea, can be ob tained, either with or without partial board, by applying at 18 Laat Twentieth afreet. Board no. 11 twenty-sixth street, between Broadway an J Sixth avenue.? Furnished or unfurnished rooms, tor married or single gentlemen, with full or partial board; ulso, hot and oold water, ahower hath, Ao. Board up town*.? persons desirous or ob taining a handsome mite of roome, with good board, on terms more reasonable than usual, would do well to call at 398 Fourth avenue *ooa. Also, single rooms for gentle men. Referenoe* exchanged. Board down town? pleasant furnished rooms, with or without hoard, auitable for siaglo gen tlemen, may ke obtained by calliug at No. 12(i Cnambera atrtet. No removal on the lit of May. References required, Board in Brooklyn, near fulton ferry ? Two or three single gentlemen can be aooominodated with a spacious froat room on the second floor lighted with f:as, and partial board, in a genteel family, very pleasantly ocated on a railroad line. Apply at 50 Sands street. OARD IN BROOKLYN.-A GENTLEMAN AND wile, or two single gentlemen, can prooure board in a pleasant part ot Brooklyn, ooavenient to South and Wall street ferriea. References required. Inquire at 47 Congress street, flret houee west of Henry. BOARK IN BROOKLYN.? TWO OR THREE SINGLE gentlemen can be acoommodated with partial board, in a private ramily where few boarders are taken, in a pleasant lo nation, two minute* walk from Fulton (erry. Apply at 44 Hieki street. BOARDING IN BROOKLYN-TWO SINGLE GENTLE men can be aocommodited with separate rooms, with tnll or partial board, In a flret clasa house, by calling at 19tt Bridge utreet. References exchanged. Board in ? Brooklyn.? a gentleman and wife, and two or throe single gentlemen, can obtain pleasant rooms, with pnntries attached, and partial board for the gentlemen, full board for the iady, at No. 4 Sands street, Brooklyn, within a few minutes' walk of Fulttn ferry. Terms moderate. Reference* exchanged. Board in Brooklyn, 238 henry street. Rooms for families or ainzle gentlemen are now ready, and a soiall back parlor, adapted for a physician House contains all the modern improvements; genteel neighbor hood, within ten minute*' walk of Wall street and Are of Atlantic ferry. Board in south Brooklyn ? pleasant rooms, with bedrooms and gantries attached, with board for gentlemen and their wives, or single gentlemen, can be had at No. 8 Tompkins place, eight minutes' walk from South terry References exchanged. OARD ON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS. ? A PLAIN PHI. vate family have a pleasant room on the second floor to let to two single gentle m<-n; would | refer to lut it wi'.liout board, but if required would furnish partial board. Three minutes from Wall or Fulton ferries. Terms moderate. Ap ply at 4U Willow street. Board on Brooklyn heights.-a gentle <an can find a large and handsomely furnished room at 38 V lllow aireet, three minutes' walk from Walt street and Fulton ferries; also one single room. Board on Brooklyn heights ?a gentleman and wife, or two atucle gentlemen can be accommodated with roumt and board, at No. 0 Willow street. Tlie house is pl???ai?tly >tt?t?d. commanding a full view of New York Lav; convenient distance from Fulton and Wall -??eet fur. riea. References exchanged. Board at hoboken.-two or three gentle men can be accommodated with pleasant rooms aud partial board, by applying at No. 3 Franklin terrace, Hud son street; a tew minute's walk from the ferries. The house bus all the modi rn improvements, gas, baths, Ae. Board in the country.? a private fami ly. moving into the country, will have room for three or four boarders after the 1st of May; easy access to the city by the Long Island railroad. Terms and all information ven, by applying to J. ATKINS, 203 Fulton street, Brook Refercncelgiven and required. Board in staten island.? a few single gen tlemen can bo accommodated with board and pleaaant airy rooms, in aa elegantly furnished house, situated on the K Ivi New York avenue, near to G. Christ's, Esq., Clifton, Staten Island. The house is on high ground and has a fine view of the Bay and oity of New York. There is also a stable and oarriage house attached to the premises. Inquire at the above place, or at 104 Fourth avenue. Board on staten island-three minutes' walk from the first landing; single gentlemen can be ac oommodated with pleaaant rooms, with breakfast aad tea, in a strictly private family ; price from $tU to $25 per month, for particulars, inquire of Mrs. Kruger, at Tompkinsville. Board wantkd-by a gentleman and wife, between Smith aad Powera streets, la or within two blocks of Atlantic street, Brooklyn. Addrets box 1,41)9 Post Office, New Fork, stating terms and partioulars for a weU furnished room. Board wanted? wiTn a parlor and two or three bedrooms, for a family without small ohildren. A pleaaant location desired, between Eighth and Twenty lourth streets. Address A. J. H., box 901, Pott Offlce. Board wanted.-a pleasant furnished room, with board, in a respectable private family, in the neighborhood' of Forty-fourth street, and iy>st of Eighth avenue, by a young man ? an American Address Home, foot of West Forty fourth street, stating looation, terms, Ao. Board wanted? for a married lady, with out children, in a private family where there are but few boarders. Hefetenoe given. Moderate rrioed rooms pro lerrcd. Address C. JL, Broadway Pott Offloe. Board wanted? by a genti.eman, is a pri vate tamil) .where he can have aa opportunity to leara the bpaniah language. Looation not too tar up town. Terms nor to exceed $4 per week. Address 0. W. R., box 2,864 Post Offlce. Board wanted.? a furnished room, suita ble for two gentlemen, with board; a house where thi-re are but few hoarders would be preferred. Looation not above Chambers street. Addres C. C.. Herald office. Boarding ? a couple or sinole gentlimen can be taken in a private family, with pleasant rooms and breakfast and tea, near the Fulton avenue railroad. Ap ply at 251 Schermethorn street, Brooklyn, aeit to corner of Kevins. References given and required. Boarding ?persons wishing pleasant rooms with board, in a small private family, where the comforts of a home can be enjoyed, and where the air is pnre and healthy, the bnuse standing alone, with fields around it, in the npper part of nutler street, between Sixth aad Se venth avenues and thirty rods from Flatbosh avenue. The stages psss near the bouse; Is 25 minntes' walk from South ferry. Referenoe if required. Inquire at the honee of W. NICHOLS, Butler street, betweea Sixth aad Seveath ave nues. and thirty rods trom Flatbush avenue. Boarding.? a large front room, on the se cond floor, with pantry attached, to let, unfurnished, to a gentleman and his wire, where they may enjoy the comforts ct a home. Also, one or two single gentlemen caa be acoommodated. Apply at H3 Henry street. Boarding-a front suit of rooms, with larob pantries: alto, rooms for single gentiemea In a first class private boarding house; location pleasant, eool and alfy ; convenient to oars and stagos goiag to all parts of the olty. Apply at No. 4 Ablngdoa square, west side, seoond door from Bank street. BOARDINO.-TWO GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM modatcd with ?ln*le rorma at 35 Weft Twenty tecond etreet. Dinner at 6 o'clock. ?'? "Zk: Add^#V/00BmT BOARDING I J* BLEECKE* STREET -TAMILIES and ?in?le rentlemem oan be accommodated with hand ncmely fomiehea apartment*, with *11 the modern improve merit*, at 110 Bleecker street. Dinner at h*lf p*it 5. Re ference* enhanced. Boarding in beooklyn.-parties locating for the (eaaoo will find a very ?leaiaat larce room. >ni? able for two jentlam**. at 47 Hand (treet Alto on flrat of May, * l*r(e room on itcond floor. Refereneei exohangad. Boarding in bocth Brooklyn ? a gentleman and lady and two finule rentlemen can ol.taia pia*i*nt r> otnt. eortaiain* *a*. With board, ia a (mall private family, ten' walk from South ferry Apply at 15 Dongta** ?treet, near Ceort. Term" moderate. Bboorlyn nnonTs-TWo gentlemen can be accommodated with a pleaaaat reom oa aecoud (loot, v ith partial hoard, to a prirate family raiding on Brooklyn Height*. oal> four eqnare* from Wall ?t. and South ferriee. Apply at 61 Joralemon it., irit ban** akori Hieki Brooritv nr.icnTs. three binttw wale trow W*r etreet ferry ?Bnlte* of mem* fbr fatailte* and mi pie per?'?iren c?n he cMained In the elegant deail* ' ?? I"em?*n *tr*ei ?ne pramiaea a?* nnriTfalae th?t"tifli repair will t? ready for oceapanejr prior to the I ?t of M t y . and wi I he cot ducted in a maaner calt -ilated t-*? Hire the onion at d ?wr*?*l of the lonatei (Ik. hath. Ac Rtfe-onct' m changed /rpl) m at art. fro a 9 to II BOAHUOTO AID LODUIM. fOL'NTRY HOARD If ANTED? IN A FARM HOQIB V' Ifr i lady, m/*n( u4 Ban*. where it ii tort ul L-altby. and without mosquitoes; shade u4 fratt trans i? dupeaaible. Address K N. K.. b? nut-o Ml jr. 57 Went Twenty iuik iimt, etatiag uctautitmi, Unu, Aev wlirh nuil U moderate ClttDNTKY BOARD ?GOOD AND SUBSTAMVlAEa J t*?Kl ou b? obtained in a farm hoan, very trusted, aurroanded by plenty of a hade tra??. withla a gang* tar of s mile of a baauutul village, and elevea lilNM New 1 ork city. Aect m three ?r four Umee ? day. by | r?ad, ttuN or ?tn. Heardara takca from lit of ll tovuer. Beet of raferenoe given. Apply at Na. J street. C10UNTRY BOARD WANTED FOK A GENTLEMAN, / wife and servant, in a farm house pl,a.*antly locaUd. m ?hm there are bfct few boaNen Ad drees W Q. M., M Chambers street. stating all the particulars. f\ le place aMt be near tbe city, and near a boat landing or dopet. IpLEGANT ROOMS, FRONTING WASHINGTON !i square.? A (Irictly private family, oocupyiag a afiea did private reaidence sear tbe Brevoort House. would let aa entire floor, handsomely furnlehed, to one or two genUemaa of high reapootability, with partial board, served ia tkaar l?i rlore. Ad drew, with fuH name, Keaideace. Journal *t Commerce office. Ij'LEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS TO LIT? WITS !i breakfast, to gentlomea only, in a Bret elaae bouse. ia I "urth street, nesr Lafayelte place. Terma? Froat parley with mall bodroom. ?12 per week; froat o nam bar, simian 1 Door, U; back chamber ?!? No removal lat of May. At 4r?e?H. 8. R.. box 2.IH1 Poet Office. T7URK18HED ROOMS TO IJT-IN A PHTA1I J family, at HC6 Broadway, with gas, hot and cold nM% Ac. Retereuce given and required. FURNISHED ROOMS ? A RESPECTABLE FAMIUT having more room thta required, would lat a (It Use room, three Mdioomi, and uee of kiteuea, to a email fiafliL or two or three young gentlemen. Apply at &t WM ?* tenth aire* t, two doors from Sixth avenue. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET A PRIVATE FAMBsB bavin* more room then thev require, would lit* ta M tbe second floor, comfortably furnlshud, and with all tke Modem improvement!, to eoveral finale geaUemea. Braak fa>t it dealred. I'lease oall at 181 West Tweaty-feurth atreet, between Seventh and Ei/hth avenaea. FURNISHED ROOM WANTED, WITII PANTRY. BY a man and wife, tnll board for lady, in a email famflft Brooklyn, near Fulton ferry, preferred. Reference wiH aa require! and Riven. Addreaa Bookkeeper, Broadway Peat Furnished rooms? to let, to gentle usefe neat and airy; in a quiet 'and plsasaut location. 148 I'liaml art atreot, near Greenwiub. Gentlemen with their wives, or bi.vgls gentlemen can be accommodated troin tha lat of u*r with hoard, in a home with all tbe modern improvement!, at 111 Atlantic street, South lirtoklyn, Refereaoe* by ap plying at A. Clagget's office, M Wall street, New York. <* to lOzMiddagh street, Brook^u. Gentlemen requiring respectable aw? comfortable turniihcd apartments with or wtthoat board, woold do well to apply without delay at M Walker atreet, Ave door* weit of Broadway, at thera are ealy twa er three roomi unlet. Hot, cold and shows- bath* la the hauaa, References exchan|ed. __________ XTO. 60 WEST WASHINGTON PLACE ? FURNISHES _Ll and nnfurniahad rooms to lat, with board, aaltakla Cm Jentlemen and their wives or single gentlemen, la a pleaeaat oeation, with all the modern improvomeats. Refaroaeea exchanged. 0 NE OR TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE Ac commodated with partial board and furnished reome ia a piivate family, bv applying at 230 Weat Twaaty neaat atreet, between Eighth and Ninth avenuea. No removal ea the lat of May. Terma reaaonabla. ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMOM ted with pleasant fnruiabed rnomi, and partial baacA it required, in a email private family, whara (here are m? other boaidera: location two blocks welt of Broadway, ha lo w Broome itreet. Inquire ia the book itore. Ml Braai way. PERMANENT BOARD WANTED IN BROOKLYN from the lit. of May, by a lady and her tea, withia Iva minutes' walk of the Fulton and Wall street ferrlat. Pri vate family preftrred. Terms moderate. ReferoaoM ec cbanped. Address L. S. R., Herald offioe. PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD, CAN BE OBTAM ed by applying at 2CK Ninth atreet, near First a venae. PRIVATE BOARDING.? SEVERAL VERY PLEAEA ?* rooms, ia tuit. or separately, either .furnished or unfur nished, can be baa with board, on reaionable terms, tmm Srivate family, real ding at Ne. 280 Fourth aveaue, (oppoaHa al vary Church.) The house ii finely looated, aadhaaaS tbe modern Improvements. Reference* exohangod. PRIVATE BOARDING.? A FAMILY HAVING HIRE* a touso in East Broadway, having more r on than ther wish to oocupy, would let ta| a few gentlemen and tUr wivoi, or a few single gentlemen, rooms with board. Vac particulars apply at 63 Orchard itreet. PRIVATE BOARD.? A GENTLEMAN AND WUHl and two single gentlemen, can obtain comfortable rooms, with board, in a plain neat house, where but few boardata are taken. To permanent perioni, terma low. Lecatloa pleasant and oonveniont. 11'.' Nineteenth street, betweea Second and Third ayenuei. PERSONS WISHING TO FILL THEIR HOUSES 1 good and respeo table boarders, may do so, at a meda charge, by giving na a brief description of thoir pis Boarders can obtain all neoesaary is formation bee of oharga by stating tbe aocommodaUons dealred. DEMAKEST A BASSET, No. 4 Astor place. ROOMS TO LET? FURNISHED OR UNFURIflSa% to single gentlemen only, witbeut board. Tbe baaM bai all tbe modern <">nrovements. Apply at 581 TaaCW atreet. v.twea* the Bowery ami Lalayette plaoa. Rooms to let? in a private family, tw? ?k three furnished rooms, with or without board, "torn house ia elegant and new, and contains all the modera ia pTovementa. Apply at 47 West Thirteenth s root, Wetweaa Filth and bixtb aveauea. References exchanged. EOOMS TO I.ET-WITH BOARD, IN A PRIVAflB boarding-bouse, to gentlemen and their wlvei; alae * room for a-aingla gentleman. Apply at No. 3 Wooster street, firht door from CanaL Booms, handsomely purnished, near thm Union Club, Fifth aveaue, may be obtained la a pri vate family, with or without partial board, on Twenty-wab ?treet, in a brown atone Eagliah baaeraent house, meat eligibly situated. References unexceptionable. Addrasa. tor three days, boa 2,474 Poat office. J^OOMS? WITH BOARD, FOR GENTLEMEN AN? ated, Chnr May. 11 their wivea, or aingle gentleman; house pleasantly alta ated, facing Hoboken ferry, and in tbe rioinity of St. Luka'a Church, inquire at U75 Greenwich street. No removal ia Rooms for gentlemen? gentlemen can fin* a nictly furniibed room, with or without bedroom at tached, in a private family, at No. 18 Tenth street, betweea tbe Fifth ana Sixth avenuei. The bouse has the modern iaa provements, and breakfast and tea will be served ia tha room, if required. No moving in May. Rooms, with or without board, and tkb society of refined young ladies, may be had near Wash ington sauare, from tbe firrt of May. Roomi furniibed er unfurnished. Tbe belt of reference required. Addrasi Re finement, l'oit Offioe. SUMMER BOARD.? A SINGLE GENTLEMAN CAK have a fine room and partial board In a private family, occupying avery nice cottagq delightfully situated ia Brook lyn. near Bedford, twenty nilnutea by Fulton avenue cart. Terms S4 per week. References exchanged. Address T., box l,3h!?,l'ost Office. STATEN ISLAND.? A FEW YOUNG GENTLEMEN CAK be accommodated with furniibed roomi aid partial board, in a small private family. Address box 3, ?36, Fast TO LET-A FURNISHED PARLOR, TO ONE ?K two tingle genti, at moderate reat; breakfast givea. it required. Apply at No. 164 Mulberry (treet, eoal offioe. TWO BEAUTIFUL SECOND STORY FRONT ROOl to let, with board, for gentleman and wife. Or dag. gentlemen; bath, gas, Ac.; beautiful and convenient location; private family. Apply at C7 Perry street, betweea Bteesker and FouTtb. , TO FAMILIES ABOUT BREAKING UP HOUSBKEEP ing.? A family of tbe highest respectability desire ta give roomi. with or without board, furnished or aafurulshed. in axebange tor furniture. Houie Ii lituated in the neighbor hood of H aibington sauare. Part caah would be givea er not, as might *uit. Address Brown. Herald office. Wanted? three bedrooms and one sittino room, with full or partial board, for a lady and twa gentlemen, in a strictly private boarding home; loeatlea be tween 14th and 17th streeti, and Union square and 3d aTaaaa. Address Southern, Herald office. WANTED? PF.RMANENT BOARD AND FURNMHE* accommodations tor a gentleman, wife, daughter aaA twe little girls, Are and six rears of age, la this city er Brooklva; if New York, not blither thnn Bleeoker atreet; If in Brooklyn, not far from tbe South ferry. Address A. A., Herald offioe, statiag location, terms, Ac., which mast ha moderate. WANTED-A SMALL, NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM, with beard, for a lady: with a widow lady preferred. Terms net to exceed S3 to $3 60 per week. Alma A. M. N., BioaAway Post Ottos. WANTED-A PLEASANT UNFURNISHRB BOOB, on the first or second floor, with board, for a lady aaa her grandchild aged three years, In areipeetable family, aaA pleasant location, for wbich SS to S6 per week will be paid. Reference given and required. Address box 3,007 Post Ottee. WANTEP-BY A YOUNO LADY, AN UNFUENI8K ed rot m, with hoard, In n respectable private famly. Terms mmt be moderate. Loeatlea betweea Bleeeker aaA Twenty third itreets, aad Fourth and Eighth avenues. Best of referanoe given aad reqalrod. Address Board, Hsrald of fice, for one week. WANTED.? PARTIAL BOARD DESIRED FOB ONB or two gentlemen, between Thirtieth aal Fortieth west of Sixth avenue; American family preferred. Address D. L-, box 192 Herald ottce. WANTED-A LARGE FURNISHED BOOM. WITH board for a gentleman and his wife. In Brooklyn, be tween South and I nltoa ferries, Clinton and Colamkia streets. Private family or! boarding honse. Refereaee eC first character given. Address, with location ef roams, aaA terms, W. A. ST. box 2,083 Post Ottee, New York, IILLURM. 8 ANN STRUT. AN ENTRANCE I? FffLTWt BABSrORb S old roo??-l? table* for Ple/1a?, ? metal mi elate. A Ur(? itock of table" witk Me agy patent eneblone. aad other Ute improvement^ clothe. wk e?e pointi, Ae., atrednced prteee. Fae tery a m4? Centre ttreet. ____________ Billiard tabms. -having invented a kiw ? tyle of cnehioa. of ?nperlor elaetirUy and torrortiaeea, ?0 Invite bn??r? to call at our factory, DO Ana itrMt, end oian.ine onr line etock of ronw ood_aiid ? *??*?<> ry*W en. enltabJe for prlrete n*e. GRIFFITH A DKOKER. Sii.vkr mbpal awarded to Leonard* m laaain at the World # Fal?, IBM, for the h?*t Miliar* table. with epeolal approbation for workenanehip The jar* eonnldered onr ee?hi?a# alone entitled to the above a war*. Wr bare a erlendid Hook of billiard table*, elotha, ball*, once, leather*. Ac , Ae., Aheap, for eale. LEONARD A Bflf J AM IN hl*be*t pre?ln? maker*, SB Broadway. N. B. Twt leeoad I??*d tablee, ebeap, for eale. sromwAunMu gFiRrrgALy.-ptt pnerr. trafhagew, mm O tnedln., will eleiter. orery day at her reoea*,MI Broedwa*. Hear* from 11 to 1 A M , aad lte<M* tfrlitftfrom 7 to > e'rloek DiaSetleran are inmMIi W'i'*1 *? ?"'?l A4nuNt?R fklf ? era to.

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