Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 2, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 2, 1855 Page 3
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pTEITISEMENTS RENEWED ETERT DAT. \os k f\4 BROADWAY.? TO ARTISTS.? TO LET. TWO U^T lug* rooma, with akytight and good north light; alas Urg* ro. in on the aeeoud story, well suited for a msr Laat, together with a number of offioea in tha hull ling, pry light and airy. Apply to E. BLOOM AK, 20H Broadway BROADWAY. ? TO LIT, SEVERAL LAROE noma la tbe aecond atory. and a number of good .Ma in the upper part of tha building, well suited for Iwycra, Ae. Alao to let, the store and basement 176 Green lab strdat, (tore SOOU, baoement *2UU. Apply to I. jLOOMER, 306 Broadway. T HARLEM.? TO LET OR FOR SALE, ON 1MB ? (treat, between Filth and Sixth avenues, a neat two -d a half story frame honae. fllled in with brick; nine loms, cellar, and (is lots ot ground, with frait treea. Terms Lay. Afply to H. B. RICE, Superior Conrt Clerk'a otfioe, I City Hall. Rent 9200. Possession now. Cars atop at |2d atreet hourly. R HANDSOME COTTAGE TO LET IN CARMAN3 |L Title.? It haa (Tary convenience for a genteul family, d will be let on reasonable trrms. ItnmeJiate possession. pply to JOHN D. CHEVALIER, 300 Broadway. L SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCUPYING A L house with the modern improvements, will let the ae ind floor, handsomely furnished, to single gentleman, or lady aad gentleman, or small family, with board for ladies, 1 use of kitohen. There are no cbildreu Home privileges ay be enjoyed. Apply at 170 West Thirty eighth street, cond house east ot Eighth avenue. Terms moderate. Bath hotel to let.? the large and commo dious hotel, known aa the Bath llouae. at New Utrecht, Inge oounty, situate six miles from the city of New York, i the sea shore, and the turniture for sa'e; the house is re ete with every convenience for a first class hotel, and will loommodate two hundred peraona comfortably. Possea kn given immediately. Inquire of JAS. L. PrfEI.PS, Jr.. John atreet. between the hours of 12 and 2 P. St., or Of M. T. BROWN, 222 Henry atreet, Brooklyn. BROADWAY-TO LET.? THE NEAT LITTLE STORE, wfth back room, and two rooma abire, 019% Broadway, ore Is handsomely fitted up with shelving, counter, gaa, id water. Poeteealon immediately Runt moderate. Ap r te JAMES PRICE, 810 Hudson atreet. 10TTAGES, Ac., TO LET.? TWO OF THE THREE ) pretty oottagea on Forty ninth street, just weat of third caue. containing nine rooms, Croton water, do.; neat gar n in front and yard in rear, juat put in complete order id ready for ocoupation; rent $300. Alao. the neat three "rr ho"? 77 Variek streot; rent MS0. Apply to JAMES RICE. 300 Hudson atreet. 1ANAL AND HUDSON STREETS -TO LET OR ' leaae, the prominent aoutheaat corner; haa a front of feet on each atreet; upper part oontaina ten rooma, Cro n water and gaa, with a separate and genteel entranoe on inal atreet. The atorea will make oapltal atan ta for the lothlng, hardware or furniture business, Ac.; would be let borate, if deaired. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 200 Hud n (treet. 10UNTRY SEAT AT FORDnAM TO LET? ONE / hour's ride from the City Hall. It condsts of a modorn lilt dwelling house, carriage house, Ao., and about two rea ef ground attaohed. For health, prospeot, Ac., it is mrpaaaed. Apply to JAMES M. BATES, 63 WaU (treet basement. flHANCE FOR A FIRST CLASS SALOON? AT TnE ' corner of Tenth street and First avenue; now wails d ceiling, juat put in; two large rooma and one amall one; oge in the backroom; two entraneea? one in First avenue, e other in Tenth street; rest reasonable. Apply in the ?ug store, on the premises. DOCTOR'S OFFICE TO LET-A FRONT AND BACK parlor, ana a light pleasant basement, suitable for a ietor, dentist or lawyer, at 13 Murray street. \ESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE TO LET -THE S furnished house, with garden, ioe house filled with ioe. rriage house, barns, Ac , tbe prop?rty of the late Effing, im Lawrenoe, at Bayaide on Little Neck Bay, four miles lorn Flushing The surrounding scenery has been deemed ?ry fine, the lawn is large and well) filled with forost and namcatal trees. For trams and further particulars apply I C. W. Lawrenoe. executor, at the banc ot tho State of lew York, or to E. A. Lawrence, on the premises, or to A. H. MICKLE A SON, 110 Water street, N. Y. Factory buildings to let-with water and (team power, very extenaive, suitable for any busineaa Iquiring much room and power. Situation in Westchester lunty, on the New Haven Railroad, 23 miles trom New brk, and aeoeasible by sloops, of which there is a regular to the city. For terms. Ac., inquire of R. O. PIERCE, Mo. 1 Pine atreet. Burnished house, on easy terms.? a widow er, without children, owning a large furnished houao Union aquare, would let it to a family, and If agreeable, ard with them, thereby reducing the rent te about $L,000. |ppljf after 2 o'clock, to JAMES SUCH, SO East Fifteenth fiURNISHED HOUSE TO LET? YERY ELIGIBLY iitnated on Broadway, containing a large number ot oma. everything nearly new, with all the conveniences as gardji modern improvements, would be let, for a first class arding bouse, with immediate p <ssession. Apply to B. W. tCHARDS, M7 Broadway. _ lOUSE TO LET? RENT LOW.? A BEAUTIFUL 3 L story and high basement house; all the modern 1m ovements; gas fixtures, and chandeliers: in Forty-first Treet, between Broadway and Sixth avenue, convenient to e Wall street and South ferry staves and fcixth avenue |rs. Apply to F. A J. E. HEALTH, 20 Chambers street, be een 12 and 3 o'olook; or at 69 Wost Twenty-sixth street, in e evening. OUSE TO LET? THE DWELLING HOUSE NO. 1U SReade street. Possesion immediately. Apply to C. IN BRIDGE SMITH, 62 William street, third story. OUSE TO LET-A NICE TWO STORY AND BASE ment house, between Fifth and Sixth avenues; rent ?0. Apply to HENRY FRANKLIN, 7i West Thirty -fifth ??t, near Broadway. ITOUSE AND STORE TO LET OR LEASE, AND FIX II tures for aale; tha upper part ia auitable lor lodge or leeting rooma. Thla ia a good opportunity tor any one with mail capital. Apply at BANKER'S bat (tore, 486 Broad y, cvrntr Broome street. |RVING HOUSE.? TO LET ONE OF THOSE TWO stores lately finished, under the Irving House, directly poiite Stewart's. The very best looation in tbe oity tor a utleman's furnishing, jewelry, tailoring, or any almilar ^ sines*. Apply to C. E. FURMAN, 176 Broadway. ?T8 TO LET-TWO LOTS ON HOBOKEN STREET, directly opposite the Hodaon River Railroad passenger ?atioa. ana elose to ColUna' steamship dook and noboken '?have a front of 60 feet. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 2110 ma (treet. ?offices in chambers street to' rent.-ap y ply at th> Box Office of Burton'a theatre. [|NI OF THE BEST ROOMS ON BROADWAY TO ' let, opposite St. Paul'* church, No. 214. Four Urge ndowi in front. Entranoe eiolusive. Inquire of L. GAK 5NIER, Attorney-at law. No. 10 Barclay street. ? \FFICE TO RENT ON FIRST FLOOR, PINE STREET. I' oorncr of Broadway, formerly oc?ur>W by Bo lie r A I ?k?, real ettate auctioneers; has good li^ht and spacious ? e proof eafe. Apply to BuSWEJbL G. FIERCE. Pine ?reel, corner of Broadway. f>ART OF A HOUSE TO LET -IIALF OF A THREE ?tory basement house, in the upper part of the oity, est tide,) in perfeet order, 175 West Thirty-sixth street, w occupied by a family of three persons. Gas, Croton iter and privilege of bath. Apply on the premisei, or at 71 oit Thirty -fifth street. ? OOHS TO LET-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, a i consisting of front and back parlors; also, bedrooms, quire on the premUei 327 Broome street, between Bowery d Christie street. ECOND FLOOR TO LET-SUITABLE FOR A GEN > tleman and wife, or a imall family without children. West Nineteenth street, near Sixth avenue. TATEN ISLAND DWELLINGS TO LET-SITUATED ' m Stapletou, adjoining the resldenoe of Dr. Lea, each leulated tor iantiUes of eight and ten peoole, dlreotly on ? water, and close to the terry. Stable, truit and shade >es.. Inquire of Dr. LEA, or tt. G. SMITH, Stapleton. 10 LET-HANDSOMELY FURNISHED APARTMENTS, at the first claaa house 778 Broadway, oontaining all the >dern improvement*. 10 LET? 110 GRAND STREET, THREE DOORS WEST of Broadway, two lane, front tnrniehed rooms, auitabl* ? a gentleman and lady ; also small rooms, soluble for ? sle gentlemen, with or without board. Rooms lighted th pas. Any on* wishing a permanent plaoe for tha sum >r will do well to oaM. 10 LET? TDE ELEGANT FIRST FLOOR OF HOUSE 778 Broadway, with private entrance, enitable tor a ntist or physician. 10 LET? THR STORE NO. 778 BROADWAY. <0 LET? TO A GENTLEMAN AND LADY, IN THE honse of a widow, in a quiet neighborhood, np town, a >ely furnished apartment, with board for th* lady, if tnted. Payment in adranoa. Address A Widow, Union uare Post uffioe. m 10 LET.? OFFICES AND LOFTS TO LET, IN STORE corner of Trinity plaoe and Thames street; office* $150 d >200. A fine loft, suitable for manufacturing purpose?, quire cn the premises, sccond floor. IO LET? LOWER PART OF A SMALL, PRETTY honse, perfectly clean and in excellent order, with large rd; location very pleasant; occupied by a gentleman and te: rent very low to a good tenant. If wanted, a room on ird Hoar, furnished or unfurnished. Apply at ifci, Fourth ?nue. 10 LET-TO A SMALL RBSPICTABLE FAMILY, THE second floor ot bousa 36 Commerce street, or would be to two or three (ingle gentlemen, with or without partial ?rd. Apply as above. 0 LET? A FIRST CLASS PRIVATE DWELLING' bona*, ntuated in the oentral and busineas part of oadway, near Prinoa street. The abora house consists of e large room an first floor, with basement kitohen continu ation by bank stair case; larta pantries, Ac.; two splen 1 rooms on second floor, together measuriag about AO by 25 t. with three otuer rooms on same floor; th* third floor qtaine nearly the ?amo space, wita a large attio of four ished bedrooms, sub-cellar, gat, Croton water, bathroom, Ac., *dmlral>lv suited for a small club honse, or *o tie*. The rout being low, the aVive property would be a >4 spe filiation to sub-lst for offices or for business par tes. Possession given immediately, or as *oon a* it ean prepared to suit the wishes of the tenant. Tor partion * apply to HARDMAN A OSBOR.v, Real Eitato Agents, W alker street, Cltixen* Bank building. O LET-A PART OF A HOUSE, FURNISnED OR unfurnished, and a good stable for horses, situated in the ssant and ltoal'hy village of New Durham, three and a if mile s from lloboken ferry, on the Iltokensack Plank ad. Stage* pars the door hourly. Inquire on the pro mts, of 1. RHONE. 10 LET OR FOR SALE? ASYLUM OR SEMINARY ? ? The spaoion* mansion house on the Ilndion River at ?<btv aixth street. A small cottage and a larx* new glass ??no factory on 104th street, near Broadway. JOBNaON ?LEE, at Mansion Housa, Eighty -sixth atreet. O LET? FU RN I SH E D OR U N F U R M S1I E D, Til F, L "> W fr part ot the superior four story and basement house. 114 verley placa, convenient to Broadway; the house ban all conveniences as regards modern improvements. Rent derate. Apply on ths premises, or to B W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. 0 LET ? THE COMMODIOUS COTTAGE AND grounds, of Mr. Isaac Bell, at New Brighton, Staten tnd, now oecnpied by Mr. RaiulofT. opposite the Eplseopal oreh; ?itnation very deslranle with a 'Ino view of the b*y. plv at r> Nassau *tr*at, room No. 12, third *tory, or on .premises. D I.ET? wTth IMMEDIATE POSSESSION' THE browa atone hon??, 40 Weil Nineteenth atreet, thrt nfhont, ??ronton rooms, with all the ?enieaeee a* re mt4? modern improvement*; location J b#inr near Fifth arenne and Unioa fquaro. r particulars aprfy ?hU day, at 7W {icoadvajr. To lit? uirr tav-runr cuttaoe housr, bow in nloc order, 11 room*. stabl* la rear, shad* trw. Ooton w?i *r, b*th room, spao* for garden, Ao. Second aJl Third aveaae OBn mm night Bad day. Apply *a tA* ? BiiM, oornar of lofd itmt as d Third avian*. TO LIT? A STORE, SUITABLE TOR A FANCY Busi ness. (being occupied a* sneh), tailor, hatter. Ae to gether with the back room aad roar kitchta, oa the ubi floor; alio, f ikh the Moond floor lad a room ia itUo. In quire oa the premise*, 284 Bieecker itreet, oa* door from Barrow. K*at ?)U0. TO LET? TWO ELEGANT FOUR 8TORT BROWN ?tone front English ba**m*at house*. 10 feat froat aad 66 feet deep, are in p*rf*ot order, bar* all th* modern in provemsBt*, and are ntott dasirable reeideaoe* for g*at**l families. Apply ob th* premis**, at XB aad 228 W**t Thirty fourth ? treat. TO f.ET-ON THE EAST RITRR AT RAVENSWOOD. Lob* Island, two modern built oottage*. eleren rooms ?aob. Inquire of GILBERT HOPKINS, at Raveniwood, or at hi* office. 40 Peak alip, np >tai?s, from II to I o'olotk. r LET-A FURNISHED PARLOR, TO ONR OR TWO aingl* gentlemen, at moderate rent; breakfast given, ii required. Apply at No. 104 Mulberry *tre*t, coal oftoe. TO LET-A HOUSE, SO ANN STREET. UPPKR PART usod at preaent as a dwelling for a small family; th* ?rat itory as b tailor'* (tor*, and th* ba>em*nt as a bottling oellar. For particular*, apply at Ma. W Faltoa street, third story. B OALBRAITH. mO LET-THE NEAT TWO AND A HALF STORT AND 1 bas*m*at dwelling, No. S Hubert street, finely looated, only one door west of St. John's Park; coutains tea room*, baa Crotoa water, ' and wast* pip** in baok basement; vanlt under sidewalk. Rent $600. Apply to JAMES PRICE, RIO Hudson str*et. fO LET-UPPER PART OF HOUSE NO. 330 HUDSON ?tre*t, now thoroughly repairing, to be ready l? a few day*. Rent 1225. Also, store aad a veiling. No. 491 Wash ington street, opposite Clinton market. Rent $000. Also, several email store*, Ao.. Ao. Apply t* JAMES PRICE, 300 Hudson street. TO LET? A SPLENDID STORE, IN WILLIAMSBURG, an excellent stand for a barber, being within a few doors of a large|hotel; alio, good stand for trunkmaker, harness maker, or bakery, large oven attacked. Apply immediately on the premises, No. 151 Fourth street, Williamsburg, be tweea South First and Grand street*. Rent only $100. TO LET-THE FOUR STORT AND BASEMENT HOUSE 555 Uouiton itreet, on the northwest oorner of Crosby street; contain* about seventeen rooms, ha* all modern Im provements, and is in good ord?r. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson itreet. TO LET? TO A SMALL FAMILY, PART OF HOUSE No. 21 Bammoad itreet, comprising front basement and two rooms and one bedroom on the second floor. Rent $276 and hali expense of gas, bath, Ao. A small family eo cupies the remainder of the premises. Apply as abive. TO LET? TO A SMALL FAMILY, THE SECOND story and one bedroom 1b the third story (bathing room, water closet, Ao., attached) of house 98 East Twenty eighta street. Inquire a* above. r LET-TO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, FURNISHRD front room and bedroom, on tbird floor, in a family where there is no boarder"; breakfaet if required; terms mo derate. Apply at 234 Eighth avenue, one doer above Twenty second street. TO LIT?' TOE VERY SUBSTANTIAL FIVE STORT brisk building, 186 Dnane street, two doors from Green wish, with basement and sub-eellar, in complete order, ad mirably adapted for the grocery or provision business; rent unnsually low to a good teaant. Apply to R. K1NG8LAND A CO., 110 Chambers street. TO LET-PART OF HOUSE NO. 40 MACDOVGAL {street: possession immediately. For partionlars in quire ob the premises. TO LET? THE SECOND STORY OF A FIRST CLASS bouse, at 259 West Thirty-fourth *tr?et, with all th* modern improvement*, oouistlng of flv* rooms, with range, gas, bath-room, Ao. Inquire on th* premise*. Rent $900. TO LET? AT CARMANSVILLE, 156TH STREET, A few minutes' walk from Hudson River Railroad depot, a handsome double gotbio eottage with a kitohen and flower garden attached; also a lot ot choice fruit tree*, in full bearing. Inquire on the premises, or of JOHN C. ERNEN* PUTSCH. No. 76 William *treet. rpo LET? A LARGE HOUSE, CONTAINING TWENTY X two chamber*, admirably suited lor a fir?t class board ing bouse, and beautifully situated ob the East rivor, and only half aa hour's sail fr im the city. The grounds are splendidly laid out in lawns, and a charming grove skirts the water. Apply to HOMER MORGAN, Pine street, No. 3 Metropolitan Bank building. TO LET.? THE THREE STORY HOUSE 215 WE3T Twenty- seventh street, with modern improvements, gas, bot and cold water batb, connect* d with street sewer, andMs in eomplete order. Also, the store aad cellar of the pre mise* 379 Washington street, eorner ef Beach. Inquire at 4 South William ?tre*t. J. O. ANQAKICA. TO LET-THE BROWN STONE FRONT HOUSE, M East Twenty-ninth street; house 632 Broadway; store, 178 l'earl itre?t, and offices in 13 Broadway, and No. 6 Nas sau street. Apply to JAMES CRU1KSHANK, 33 Broadway. TO LET? A TWO STORY COTTAGE BUILT HOUSE, yard in front, on two lota of ground, 50x100 feet, in Eighty third street, one hundred feet east ot Tenth aveuue; place for horse and carriage In the rear; plenty of room to raiiie vegetables. Possession immediately. Rent $200. In quire of B. PARK HURST, 23 Market street. IO LET? THE STCRE AND PART OF HOUSE 49 PRE sident street, Brooklyn, near Hamilton ferry. Also to let, tbe second floor of corner honse 197 avenue A, well adapted for a nice family ; rent low. Apply to D. O'CONOR, 1% First avenne. TO I.ET-A DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE, for the su nmer or year. Apply to HOMER MORGAN, No. 1 Pine street. TO LET-A VERY SUPERIOR FOUR STORY BROWN stcne basmont bouse on Twenty eighth street, near Fourth avenue. The houie I* in fine order, with modern improvement*, gas fixtures and oilcloths. Also a number of other bouse* to let and for sale. Apply to E. Ii. KIN SItlMER, 319 Fourth avenue, from 8 to 10 aad 3 to 7. TO LET? A THREE STORY BRICK DWELLINO, IN the most desirable part of Brookiya. Has been oaiated and repuirei throughout, the present occupant being com pelled suddenly to leave town. Rent $476. AddreM, with real name, at once, J. D., box 2,024 New York Post Office. TO LET? THE TWO DWELLINO HOUSES, 659 BROAD way.? Large piano room, tailoring room, daguerrtan and ahow rooms, offioes. Good entrance. Rent low. Inquire on tbo premise*. T TO LET? No. 1 EASTTWENTY-FIRST STREET, COR ner of Fifth itum, the flrat floor and baaement tor $25 per month; or a room an J bedroom; also * wagon for ?ale. Ingot re at C. SCHUMANN'8 ? tablet. TO I.ET? STORE AND I.OFTS 86 ANN STREET, WITH or without (team power. S. C. 8CHENCK, 81 Sum atreet. TO I.ET? IN THE SEVENTH WARD, TO A SMALL respectable family the aecond floor. conaietiag of front and back parlor, and bedroom adjoining, with privilegea in bath room, and one large bedroom on the attic; water and gas throughout. Rent $2M. Inquire of Mr. J. KENT, 301 W ilium itreet, fourth floor. TO LET-AT TOTTEN8VILLE, STATEN ISLAND, A few minutee' walk from the ateamboat landing, a neac brick cottage. Poaaession given immediately. Inquire of EDWARD E. MURPHY, No. 6 Centre atreet. TO LET? A GENTLEMAN OWNING A NEW THREE atory houae up town, deairea to let it to a gentleman with a email genteel family, with whom he would board in payment of rent. Addreaa O. R. L., Herald offioo. TO LET? TO A SMALL GENTEEL FAMILY, TIIE UP per part and baaement of honae No. 75 Delano/ atreet. Inquire from 8 to 10 A.M., aad from S to 6 P.M. TO LET AT FCRDHAM. WESTCHESTER COUNTY A neat desirable dwelling bonae, eligibly situated, with abcut one-third of an aere of ground attached. It ia flniabed in the modern style, and tor prospect, convenience, Ao., is unsurpassed. Fcr full particulars apply to JAMES M. BATES. 68 Wall at., baaement. TO LET, ON STATEN ISLAND-A MODERN STONE houae, completely furniahed, containing fourteen room*, eitaated on the heights, about a mile from Sailors' Song Harbor. The lawn, of seven aores, is well ehaded with ever green and forest trees. Inquire of Mr. BARRETT, 10 Wall street. TO LET ON STATEN ISLAND-A NEATLY BUILT cottnge, with garden, aituated on Beach atreet, in a plea rant neighborhood, three minutes walk from the Stapfeton landing. For partionlars apply to A. Wohlribe A Co.'s teed store, Stapleton, or to WM. HAHN, 34 Broad street, op atalra, Ntw lork. TO LET OR FOR SALE? SEVERAL LARGE STORES and offices in the new Concert Hall building, in Stam ford, Conn., well finished, and calculated for a milliner, harness maker, tailor, or any ether business. Also a cot tage, near tbe same. Applv to Sands Seely. Stamford Conn., or Iheodore Moulton, 252 Cherry street. New York. mo LET? WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, THE 8E JL eond and third floors of houae 3<H Sixth avenue, to a re spectable family. The rant will be low and the premUea put in flret rate order. TO LET? 10 SPRINO 8TRIET, FIVE DOORS FROM Bowery, the upper part ot houae, eonaitting of fire plea tant rooms. Croton water aad a bath on the floor. Rent $275. l'oaaeasion Immediately. TO LET OR FOR SALE IN BROOELYN-THE FIRST class three story brick house, high baaemaat, 214 Dean street, with lurnaoe, gas throughout tha house, bath, hot aad cold water, will be let or sold at a low prioe. Apply to JAS. H. aCRlBNER, MO Dean street, Brooklyn. mo LET OR LEASE? COUNTRY RESIDENCE AT FORT J. Wanhingtoa, on the Hudson river, ten miles from Wall street, convenient te depot, commanding a fine view of tha river to Staten Island. Houae M>x45 feet, new, first elaas, with all mot em improvements, anfi supslied with water In lanadry, kitchen, butler's pantry, bath room and bedrooms. Tbe place contains about two acres, has bath hbuse, fine shade trees. Ste. Rant S1.MM. Address boa 1.1H0 Post Office. TO LET OR LEASE? THE FIRST LOFT OF NO. *1 Beekmaa street, extending through 1H6 feet to Spruce street. Ilea fine entrance and hoistway en both streets, and ia fitted up with gas, water, Ac., complete. Possession 1st of May. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 300 Hudson street. rIET OR LEASE-THRIE LOFTS. CORNER OF Morris and Graenwicb streeta, well lighted, and welt calculated for oterage, SOxflO. Also. the etore in Morris street, twenty-five fact square; will be rented low. Apply to JOHN LLOYD, 18 Nassau street, corner of Fine, over Bank of Commonwealth. TO LET OB LEASE ? AT ASTORIA. L. I., NEAR THE last river two cottage heuaea, with garden ground at tached. Rent moderate. For particulara apply to ALFRElf BRIlKiEMAN, 874 Broadway, corner of Eighteenth atreet, New York. TO LET, OR FOR SALE-A VERY NICE HOUSE, with gas, marble mantela aad range, in Williams burg. near the ferry; tent S2-V). To let in New York? a amail houae down towa; also the flrat floor of hoase 58 Btekman atreet, tor bualnoaa purpoaes. Apply at SMITH'S, 15 Mott at ? cot. TO LEASE? TnE BRICE BUILDING ON TnE NORTH west corner of Eleventh avenue and Thirtr-third atreet, formerly ocoipted by H. R. Dunham A Co. The building is by 75 feet, three stories high, very substantially built. Any dealrahle qnantltyof gronnd may be h?d with It. For partionlara Inquire ot WM. BROWNING, Ml Wast Thirty fourth street. LEASE? THE DESIRABLE STORE SB BBRKMAN street, with baaement. sub cellar and flrsvroof vanlte, vary suitable for wholesale hardware. p?p?r, ov other beai ness? poaaeaaion lat of May. Alao, the three upper lofts, liiht and commodious? poeeeaaion Immediate. A'ao, at a Catly red wed rent, the fiae a tore Id Spraoe street, with srinert vaults. Ac.? possesion immediate. Bott, theae stores are' in good business locations not far from ths City Hal? aad Post Office. Apply to JA^ES PBlCE, M! Had MB Itntt, ?( ?? W. CAhl)**. >o. b WaU street. TEWAJfTSP RESIST mo MASK? A COUNTRY SBAT AT PELHAM, WEST A (btiUr eoulr, witaulic M MtM ?l Uii bomUiullr located on the gonad. Kent low. Apply to ADAMS A LUC KAY, 76 Niw Wo t. _ mO RANT-IN THE TILLAGE Or HO KRIS AN I A, BB J. tween Pint and Sceond itrati, ud btl?i>n tbt Mur rl tenia and Melrose etations, Harlem railroad, a large aad nearly new dwelling house, containing liitteo roenu, (table, ben hense, tc , and Ul city lute or land, all In goed order. Rent KifiO. Anfltf to A. FlNDLAY, 11 Spring st mo BENT-A HANDSOME AMD COMMODIOUS COT 1 tage, In the moot pleaeant part of Asteria. It ii new, ha* four roome en the priaoipal floor, aad eight b?dro?ni, with dining roome and modern convenience*. Rent low. Apply mt EDWIN MILL'S store, steamboat landing, Asto ria ; or Ebeneter Steven' Soni. 190 Water atreet. rRENT OR LEASE, FOB ONE OB TWO YEARS. FOR workshop* or manufactories? The fir?< or eeeond ? jors, eaoh ttxlOO. with first rate light, of the frtot building on Fortieth street, 76 I ret eaet of Sixth avenue. Apply to ROSWELL O. FIERCE, Pine itreet, corner ol Broadway. TO JAI'ANNERS. ? TO LET, THAT WELL KNOWN, long-established, workshop, at Ne. 26 Howard street* with kiln, (tore ai.d work becohes, ready to go to work im medlat* ly. This i? an excellent opportunity for any parson of the business. as it ii well patroaised, with a good run of custom. lb quire of Messrs. BALL, earpenteri, in the front bouse, or at 198 Grand itreet, near Mott. TO PHYSICIANS. -A DBY AND PLEASaNT BASE mint, in a desirable location, near Broadway, to let upon moderate termi. Apply to J. A. DIXON, No. 7 Amity street, two door* east of Mercer. TO PHYSICIANS? A FINB BASEMENT ROOM TO let, for an offlee, desirably leoated. Alio, a mit of rooms, with board. Apply at No. 6 University plaoe. TO PHYSICIANS.? A PINE ENGLISH BASEMENT room to let for an offloe, desirably located, with water, gas, Ac.; also, an adjoining room. Rent moderate. Also, rooms for single gentlemen, with fall or partial board. Ap ply at 19i fecond avenge. TO JEWELLERS. DESIGNEES, ENGRAVKIIS, OB other light manufacturing business. ? To let, the second and third floors of the MW marble boltding 106 Canal street, oorner of Wooster; each floor lighted by eleven windows, a fine ihowy eniranee on Canal street, Croton water, a hoist way for large cases at rear entranoe, and every oonvonience. Will be rented cheap. Apply on the premises. The second and thibd floors of a new three story house, with all the modern improvements, will be rested low to a small family Can be seen at any time. No. 17 Forty first street, between Broadway and Sixth avenue. For further particulars inquire of W. H. RAY NOB, corner Broadway and Thirty -fifth street. The second story-the front and back, and side room, with the privilege of the ba h house and also the back basement, in an entirely new bouse, to let imme diately at ?6 Twenty fifth street, near bixth avenue. In quire In the house or Mr. ONCUS. THE UPPER PART AND BACK BASEMENT OF THE house 8*0 Washington street, with tea room, or with out, as may suit applicants. Inquire en the premises. eOPARTHERSHIP N ?TICKS ?Q PIHA WANTED-AND AN ACT I YE MAN TO ipO.UUU engage with the advertiser, who will invest ? line amount in a branch of the lumber business In Phila delphia, under cireumstaaoes that will net from six to ten thoueaad dollars a year. Particulars will be riven at an interview, by addressing Lumber, Herald office, stating time and plaoe. d>o nnn T0, a partner pos Wii.UUU sotting the above amount, to engage in the dry goods and grocery trade, in conneotion with the manu facturing of ready made clothing, at a delightful aad first rate business town a short distanoe trom the oity. for psr tlculars apply to L. BNOW, 43 Chambers street. q?l nnft ?PARTNER WANTED, WITH THE ABOYE tPI.UUvf. amount, in a genteel and sure business, pay ing 3U0 per cent profits, ana good demand throughout tue United States. Ibe oapital invested will be scoured. Ad dress Henry Wilson, Herald office. <?1 nnn ?rare chance ? an equal interest ipliUl/U. in a well established aad highly respectable business, which pays 94,01)0 per year, net Income, without risk. For an energetio business man this is an opportunity but seldom motfwith. Apply immediately to C. a. BRoN SON, Esq., 293 Broadway. <fc9nn TO*? -wanted, a gentleman to take equal interest in a now legitimate cash business. To a man of energy a fortune is the result In order to test the fact, call where you will be satisfied, by E. MoMAHON, 176 Chatham street. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.? THE UNDERSIGNED have ihls day formed a copartnership under the name and firm of Wyman A Tousey, for the transaction of the tailoring business, and dealing In gentlemen's furnishing goods, at 673 Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. JOSEPH WYMAN, May 1, lfiflg. HENRg S. TOU3EY. Dissolution.? the copartnership hitherto existing between the subscribers under the firm of Conklin A Smith is this day dissolved, by mutual oonsent; the unsettled business of the late firm will be attended to by either of the parties at 99 Front street. JOEL CONKLIN. New York, May 1, 1865. JAMES SMITH. Retiring from the late firom of Conklin A Smlfh, I take riat pleasure in solioititing for my successors, Messrs. Conklin A Co., the continuance or the favors of all my friends, and the friends of my late firm. JAMES SMITH. Copartnership.? Joel Conklin having associated with him Lewis R. Davis and Moses W. tiarrison, will oon'luue the business ot the late firm of Conklin A Smith under the firm of J. Conklin A Co., at 99 Front street. New York, May 1, 1865. JOEL CONKLIN. DISSOLUTION. -THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO fore exicting under the style and lirm of Rollins Bro thers, is this day dissolved by mutual conscnt. GUSTAVIS A ROLLINS, New York, May 1, 1866. JOHN T. ROLLINS. Coi>ABTn>:K8HiP.? The under-tinned have this day formed a partnership, under the firm of Rollins A Haviland, as stock brokers, at 38 Exchange place. JOHN J. ROLLINS, New York. May 1, 1805. WALTER HAVILAND. O. A. Rollins may be found at the store of R. A H. DISSOLUTION.? WE HEREBY INFORM THE PUB lio and our friends that the partnership existing be tween Morris and Julius Oppenlieim, under the firm or M. A J. Oppenheim, has, by mutual consent, been dissolved tt is day. MORRIS OPPEVHEIM New York, May 1, 1S65. JULIUS OPPENHEIM. Dissolution.?' the copartnership hereto fore existing under the firm of Condit A Jenkins, la thia day dissolved by ita own limitation JOHN A. CONDIT. New York, Mny 1. 1855. JAMES E. JENKINS. Copartnership.? The undersigned have thia day formed a copartnership, under the name aad Arm of Condit, Jenkini A Co , tor the transaction of a general atock commission business. JOHN A. CONDIT. JAMES E. JENKINS. New Tork, May 1, 1895. EDWARD BUTLER. NOTICE.? THE PARTNERSHIP IJERETOFORE EX liting between the subscribers, nnder the firm of By A Hanson, In thia day dissolved. CHAHLES BY. May 1, 1N?. JOHN M. HANSON. VTOTICE.-THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE i.1 exiating between t ho subscribe? nnder the firm of Wil liam N Lewi* A Mortimore, la thia day dissolved by mntual content. WILLIAM N. LEWIS, New York. May 1, 1865. JOHN MORTIMORE. Notice. ? The undersigned have thia day formed a oopart ncrabip nnder the firm of William N. Lewis A Son, for tha transaction ol gen< ral auction and commission business, at the corner of Broome street aud the Bowery. WILLIAM N. LEWIS, New Terk, Mar 1. 18M. GEORGE G. LIS WIS. PARTNER WANTED - $l,OOfl_TO TAKE AN' EQUAL interest in a French confectionary and restaurant, to be opened on the first of May, down town. None bnt a good business man will be taken, as t he money is not so mnch an object aa the man. For particulars apply to CAMPBELL A DAT. 113 Chambers street. PARTNER WANTED.? A GENTLEMAN OF REFINED edueation, with a small capital to invest, may share an interest in a profitable establishment where $5,000 can be realized annually. For particulars, apply to CAMPBELL A DaY, 113 Chambers st. PARTNERSHIP -A GENTLEMAN WITH A CAPITAL wtabes to engage in some safe and profitable business a ready established in this city. Any party desiring a part ner nay bear of one by calling tn CAMPBELL a DAY, 113 Chambers st. _ _ TO MILLINERS OR DRESS MAKER S.-A LADY, WITH $2,500oasb, wishes tn Join with a lady already estab lished in millinery, or would famish nil ol a stock of millin ery, with a lady having a house and furniture: also, a dress making business. Address Miss Cinderella, Herald offloe. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE 1XISTING ?nder the name aud firm of Wilson A Cohen, 315 yi Bowery, is this day dissolved. JOSEPH WILSON, ISAAC COHEN. The business will hereafter be conducted by lsaao Cohen. Nsw Tork, April 27, 1868. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTINO nnder ihe name and firm of Spaulding A Happy, is this day dissolved, according to the articles of agreement. GEORGE D HAPPY. The business of the late firm will be continued by the undersigned, at the old location, 289 Broalwav. New York, May 2. 1H6S. O. D. HAPPY. TO BOOEBINDEES.? WANTED A PARTNER IN A business well established; capital not so much aa objeot as a good workman. To a man of stqMl means, aceostomed to Jobbing, this is * rare opportunity. Address J. A. O., Herald efflee. WANTED A PARTNER, IN THE MEN'S AND UOY'3 olothing. and merchant tail 'ring business, in a good location, with two or three thouiand dollars capital; a very large children's trade can he done at a good profit; refer ence given and required. Address, with name and residence, B. WT, Herald office, for three days. DANCING ACADKBOKS. DANC1NO ACADEMIES.-M LLE CAROLINE YE alen'a dancin.- acalemy, 21 Howard street, is now open for the Instruction of ladies and gentlemea in the most fash ionable dances of the day. 8ohool fur practice every even ing. Grand dancing seirees every Saturday night, from 8te 11 a'alook. Last half yearly drawing of the great Hessian State lean of 96,725 UUO, to be reimbursed with $lti,A88, 510, or ?2,400,000 aterliag. This loan it guaranteed by the gorernmsLt, and contracted by the eminent banking house ?f Messrs. M. A Yon Rothschild k Sons, in Frank fort-on the-Maine. The following eapital prises mutt be SBBained, via ? 14 of $40,WW. 22 of iSfi.Ono, 24 of $31 000. 60 of H,0U>, fiO ot $4,000, 00 of $2,000, 120 of $1,500, 1*1 of l.UW, Ae? Ac. The smallest prise is $65. The neat drawing will take flace in June, 1M55. The price of the shares is a* follows:? share fur ?1 sterling. V shares for ?5 sterling. 13 shares for ?10 sterling, 30 shares tor ?20 sterling, 66 shares for ?40 star ling, 137 shares lor ?N> sterling. Tiekuts will be forwarded on receipt of American bank notes, bills or drafts on Eu rope, Ac. For the security of the public , the prioes of the shares have always been ftiod at the above rates; and ($1 equal to ?1) on payment ol the priaes, the undersigned make no deduction frrnn the amount. Thev hare great plea snre in announcing that they are now appointed sole ageats for this distributioa for the British colonies aad toreiia ports, and that the last twelve vears they Lave paid to successful holders ol sharwe In Great Britain priiea amounting to $62,000. free of deduction, which have been distributed in Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester, London, Ae After the drawing, each shareholder will receive a list of the winniig numbers. The prii'S will ba paid in cash at Frankfort on the Maine, Paris, London, New Vork, Ac Apply wlthont delay to Messrs J. A SCH WaRSOHI Ll? A SONS, bankers, Frankfort on th? Maine, Germany , or their house, Messrs. A. SCIIWARSi IIII.D A Co., No. 20 Lombard atriet, London, where also banking and commission huai Mil *Ul b? duly attended to. * riWAMCUL. ?1 nnn nftn bonus u? th* niomu AIM Vlil/vUiWU Twuim? Railroad Company.? Pro pwtla will be reoeived tor lb* whole or an* part of Um above imuo of Luuda. Th?y aro dated lit Ja!>, InM, and payable to bearer. in tbe eity or IN e? Torn, on the 9uth Jane UN, with interest coupon* altaobed, attlA rale of 0 percent C annum, payable teml annually at tbe U?uk of America, oa in of January and July ol caob year, a< d one halt then amount convertible into tne stock of (he company at the oa tioa of the holder. Tbete bond* aro iatueil under fu authority of the stockholders, lor the purpose of nnislunj aad equipping the road, and they are tueucod by a joeond mortgage on the rnad, with all tno roa> otate. flxlurat and ?quipmoBta. franchisee, appurtenance* and privilege* imki taming thereto. Tbe firtt and prior murtg me it for tl.Sm.uU ?f which ft, UM,UM *M taken by the Stale ol Virginia, ol the foljowins verv advantateout term* Six per oentia totes t, and tbo principal to be liquidated by payineatt anu ally or ono per vent for thirty tour y cart, commenciugon tit 1*1 of July, I'M The remaining fflOO.OU) ware told at pal Tbe capital of tha company it SS.UJU mi), tbiee-flith* ol wad it held it the Stale ol Virginia, and tbe whole aiwunlpal in it H,875klUl). Tba length ;of the road, from the eity ? Lynchburg to tbe Tennetsee line, it S>4 mile*, of which 13 are entirety finished and ia operation. The remaining aiaty nine taile* require only to aomplete them, an J t?j month* labor la only necessary to put the entire rjad inte fnli operation. There has been expended on the road about |6.0f?\(xj0 in construction. rolling stock and, a sum don^^^tr amount of hot!) mortgagee, which together do uot ?ifRTTlS.UiU per mile ol road The road lorme a link in th? chain oi roade wtlcb aro to become probab y ihe muit impor tant route in the talon, givlnr an alwoat etrai^bt line from the Northern and Eastern ci'ion to those on the (julfot Mexico and the Mississippi, shortening the distance more than twt hundred miler; and there it but one more link te be finished to afford a continuous railroad trantportatioa tr< ui the city of Washington to Montgomery, Alaiama Um independent of the travel that will oome toil a- a ptrt o* tbe neat Sonth and Nirth line, the Virginia and Teunestet Railroad haa a oertaiu looal butloaat of it? own, whioh is clearly ascertained by tbe earning* of last yetr. -ith oni* eiahty five mile* open, (?lt>3,02y 79.) a* being sufficient of H aelf to support tbe road almost its whole Ieu.t5 through a regie* abounding with a variety of mineral* of the moat valuable nature, such at lead, coal, iron, oopper, salt and gypsum, all of whioh eilst > a great abunJtnoe whioh have been bithorto neglected, but whioh are fa?t being deve loped now that they can be conveyed to market In ahort, tbe protpeott of tbe road ar> n??t flattering; and fo>teiail aa it haa been by the State, aud supported generally by the people of Virginia, with to large a oath capital actnsfty naM la, it u believed no <ecnrity ha* been recently ottered ot a better character. The Company have agreed to act apart eae per cent, annually on the amount of their bond* tram the earning* of the road, a* a inking fund to meet the pay Bent of them at maturity: and the (tockholdere have adopt ? d as a line of poltey, to declare no dividend excepting froo a cairn eurplnt, atter the lntereet and sinking fund ban been provided tor. The torma on whiob the *ale will be made are 25 per eon*, down, and the balance in payment* of 1U percent, evoaj thirty day* till all paid. If the whole amount it aald at ?nee, interest to lit July to be allowed The rliiht of rejeet lug all or any part of the bid* is reserved, if deemed for tM interests ot the Company to do so. The bonds wlR be lodged in bank, to b? delivered when tbe whole amount it paid. Full information will be givea on all subjects cow naeted with tbe financial affairs of the Company, whiob eould be derived by parties wishing t> offer for th? beada, and doenmonU and references obtained by applying tt Adrian II. Muller. Esq , No. 48 Wall street, New rork, t* whom offer* must be sent, sealed, and marked " Tender foj Railroad Bonds," on or before the 24th day of Ma/ uexh JOHN KOIUN *o DAN IK I., President Virginia aad Tennessee Railroad Co lite Hoard of Direotora are : HENRY DAVIS. THOMAS L. PRESTON, GEORGE STUART, WM. T. ANDERSON, WILLIAM A. READ, And C. F. M. GARNETT 1* Chief Engineer. I will receive tealed proposals for the above loan, whiok Will remain with me unopened till three o'eloek 1\ M. of Thursday tho 24th day ot Hay next, to bo then opened la tba presence of the President, or tome other authorised agent of the company. ADRIAN D. ROLLER, 38 Wall (treat. New York, ?th April. 1H65. 47^(1 NEW YORK AND HAHLBM RAIL ?J> I t/u.vUU ? road, second mortgage 7 per eeni bond*, part of an i*sne of one million. This mortgage oo*an n large amount of real estate in this city, a* well as many parcel* on tbe line of the road, not included in the drat mortgage; the branch road to Port Uorris, on the Salt Elver, with wharf and ground belonging thereto, and all thi rolling stock and lurniture ot the road. Tba bonds are israed with intereit coupon* attached, pay able on tbe Drat days of February and August in each year and the prinoipal reimbursable on the first day of August. 1H04. The mortgage is made to the Farmers' Loan and Trail Company, of this city, as trustee for tbe bondholdere, and recorded in all tbe countia throagh whioh the road pastel Thit inue, added to thArit, will make the mortgage in oumbrance upon the road lonr million dollars ? less than fifty per cent upon Its ooat up to this time. Tbe proceeds of the bonds now offered, will be used? first to extinguish th< floating debt of the Ctmpauy; and, leoond, to complete tht double track to White Plaiui, and erect lome few itatioc homei required on the line of the road, all of which, it I* eg peoted may 'be done |io ai to oloie " construction ae eonnt " at tbe end of the year. Tbe locunty upan which thoia bonds are based li believed to be in all ruspecti ample, qui I e at reliable a* that ot th? first mortgage. The earning! of the road are constantly in oreasing, and its buiineu, present and proipeotive, never tt ?atiifictory ai now. Proposals for all or any at these bondi may be addreued to William B. Draper. Treasurer, Harlem Railroad Com pany, New Tork. eiidorted "Proposals for 2d Hortgagt Bond*," until the fifteenth day of May next, when thoy wiB bo opened, and ihould itate whether the offer be made ia eaah on reoeiving the bondi, orln in atalmenti of twenty -fin 5er oent, payable respectively on tbe lAth of May. 15th e< one, ISth of July, aud loth of August. The right of re all or any part of the bids is reserved, if deemed fe: the interest of the Company so to do. By order ot tlx Board of Director*. NICHOLAS DEAN, President Wm. B. Dkapkk, Treasurer. Note.? This road terminates la the centre of the city et New York, is one hundred and thirty miles lung, oon neeting the city with Albany, and all the trade of the great West, together with a portion of that of the North. The annual groia earnings jf the road now exoeed one million ai dollars. New York. April 3d. IMS. nnn -MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS. ijPUUU.UUy. watches, jew-lry, se;ar*, pianofortes, merchandise, si!l personal p'otxirty geaersUy, or boagnt for cath. Business confidential and executed promptly, at 78 Nassau street, Ur^t floor, back office FLORENCE A CO. feen nnn ?MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS 5>iJt)U<UUU ? watches, Jewelry, dry goods, secars, Aa., or bonght tor cash; eity stocks, notes, mortgages and bUlt of exchange negotiated. Busines* confidential and prompt ? THOMPSON A CO., brokersand commission merchaoM I Naseau street, corner of Ann. room No. 2. second floor tf>rnnnnTO loan? OR BOUGHT FOR CASH ?PtJV/.UUU diamond*, watches. Jowelry, and every de scriptk'n of valuable prop<rty, by JOS. E. ISAAC, bate meat office II Chambers street. Tranaactions strictly con tidential. Office hours Arom 8 A. M. till 6 P. M. N. 11.? No business transaction* on Saturdays. $800. WlibiDl niiy b O. Z., OMn nnn ?io,ooo, w,mo $5,0.0. $1,000 $3,500, $3,000, iPtUiUUU. $2,5(10, $2,000, and $1,000, to loan on mort gage on real wttto in this city. Also $2,000, $1,500 aad $1,010, to loan on improved Brooklyn property. Apply to A. SERGEANT, 15 Wall (treat. nnn -COODFIRSTORSEOONDMOJlTGAaEi, ?PtU.UUU. laving one or two year* to run, on city im proved property, will be puro'iaaed or diicounted by RoS WELLO. PIERCE, Pine itriet, corncr of Brotdway, under the Metropolitan Bank. 0>9Z nnn ?MONEY ADVANCED ON ALL KIND! ?IPOU.UUl/. of aecuritiei. diamond*, watobei, jewelry, aegari. stocka. real eitate, ud all aorta of merofcandUte. by JOSEPH LYON A CO., 15 William atreet, room 10. N. ft ?All tianiaction* itriotly ooufideutial. (JOA nnn 10 LOAN, ON DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, ijPOU.U UU watches, and every kind of merohaudlae, in ? mall amount* or otberwiio. Parties called on at their own residetce by appoint nent. Apply a< .V.IS Honaton atreet, be tween Mercer and Greene atreeta. Hoar* from 9 o'clock A. M till S o'oloek P. M. All buiineii confidential. ri?n $5,000. $3 000, $2,U00, $l,SOfr-LO LOAN, ?PU?<JUU< bond and mnrtznge on improved oity pro perty. Appply to 8. 8. KIKEK, 150 Ntiiit atreet. (PO nnn WANTED-ON BOND AND MORTGAGE, ?TU.UUU at 7 per cent, for tbreo or four years. on a ftrav cJ??a house in Brooklyn, worth doable theamoanl. Addreia box 3, Uti3 Po*t office. <E>1 Ann ? A gentleman wishes to procure ?Ti<vvU. a litnation income respectable wholesale buni neaa. hardware preferred; in able to infiaence a considerable Weatcrn trade. Would loan the abov? amount to hia cm ployera on pood lecurity. Addreaa Herald uffio*. (JJl nnn T0 tlOO.OOO CAN be obtained for ?PJ..UUv/ a email inveatment. For further information addre** A. M. GREGGOR A CO., Hankers. No. 233 Nortk Gay It . l'o*t Office, box No. 210, Baltimore. Md. dtT nnn T0 *> 500.-WANTED-A PARTNER WITH the above capital, in one of tho host ptyiu* buiineeaea in the oity ; location unparalleled Addre** f. C. E., Herald office. (CQnn T0 ,,'00? WANTED-AT seven per cent, tJpOV/U on personal property valued at and inaured for fc ur timea tie amount. A collateral bond and reaionablo bonua alro riven, with fliat rate relerenco. Addreaa B1R EER A Q8TRA.V PER. 157 Broadway. Heal Batata Agent*. ?TO LIQUOR DEALKR8.? ANY ENERGETIC yoonn man having $H00 at bia oommnnd. and wishing to engage in a pleasant and money making buiineai, hear or a chance eeldom to te met with. Addrea* Herald office. Broken bank bills bought.-whbat orow era, 85c ; Bridgeton, 83c.; Stark Bank. HSc ; Kent Conn ty, 70u. ; Coobituate. Sl'o. ;Waehtenaw 27c ; Railroad, 25c., P'ate. at Murri*. 10c ; Eastern VI'. Killinglv. 10c.; Luwii County, lOe. BEN J. NAT1IAN, 140 Greenwich atreet. C1ASH ADVANCED IN ANY AMOUNT, OR PURCHAS J ed at sight, diamonds, watche*. rioh jewelry, mere linn diae, and valuable personal property generally. R. W900, t'>9 Pulton atreet, iccond floor, front room, from 8 A. M. to OP. M. Railway acceptances and business papeb discounted, by JOHN B. MURRAY, 44 Walt etreot ?vac Bank of North America. Ca*h|loans upon]bank and ltr? nsnrance stock*, bond* and notes. Advances upon flour, grain, iron, provision*, Md other mcrcbandue, and on veaael* at Ma and in port. Holders of the followino new orleans Coupons payable in New Fork, will present them at the Bank of America for payment on and after the lat of May Coupons due 1Mb Jannary, 1855, letter D, issued to the PontcLartrain Railroad Compai y. Coupons dne let November, 18<M, Utter B, iaaued to the New Orleani, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Com pany. Coupon* dne 1R May, 18ft, letter B. iaaued to the New Or leans. Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Company Coupons due lit November. 1854. let'er C, iiaued to tho New Orleans, Option*** and Great Weitera Railroad Com pany. Ci *ipnm dne lit May. 1858. letter C. iiaued to the New Or learn*. Opelouaai and Great Weatern Railroad Company. The coupons due lit May en the Memphis and Charleston Railroad i per oent bond* will bo paid on preaentation at tho Bank of America. WONEY LIBERALLY ADVANCED? JV1 By PECARES, BERNSTEIN A PHILLIP?, an? tinneera, 01 Liberty atreet, one door from Naaaau, on itooha, a eauli. real eitate, furniture, piatuai, morohandiie. A*, leit with u* for ?alo ONEY TO LOAN. -PERSONS REQUIRING TEMPO rary advance! on real eatato, diamoadi, plate, watohea, ewelrj. pianofortei, dry goodi, horse* oarriagea, and every flr.crlption of perional property, promptly aooommadated a* the Em rive Loan and Agency office, .13.1 Broadway, oppodte tbo Broadway Theatre. Removed from 321. VI ONEY LOST.? LOST BY ALADY, SUPPOSED IN JV1 one of CurtU' line of Itagei, between Greenwich itroet aod the Bowerv, a roll ot bank bi'ls amounting to about ?76 Any perion finding the aame, will be *uitably ri warded by returning tho tamo to J. H HOMER, <M John street. TO CAPlfTllSTS? THE~FOX~AND VlSCONSIM Improvement Company offer lo capitalist* for Invest meat tho remaining half ot their 8 per neat bonds. ($2)0,000,) payable February 1. 187S, Interest aoial annually, at tb? Bank of North America, oity of New York. These bonds art- secured by a drat mortgage upon land* worth at a low valuation, more than double the amoaat, alio upon tho Ua Srovemeat Itielf, together with it! proceed*, water pow?c, *. Uqu*rt ?t ?? ttttt of tkt *ay , 1? Wail Urn*. iniuio bouse. good out bui dinss, .? Yha most splaedid ..4 the Pr"r??T ?omr?"dwi'l bo aold aHogo'ber or ia " ? SHELDON. tt N??m 47 nnn -<??**"?* countkv KK8II)ESC? at <P I ivvUi l'oufhk?fp?? for hIi ?A lir^t, mbilntiil mud gentool house, with tee ground*. ooutainiag a lar<e va riety of fruit and crnamvutal troea, and aituat d fronting Mansion square, in th* city ol Poarhkeopsi*. is offer-d for sii., at $7, WO. Apply to M l>. SHELDON, 83 Nuuu street. a>r? nnn -*UKNISHKD HOUSE AT JAMAICA FOR <PU.vUv . sale ?A ganteel bouse, with e c>? rooms, ft carriage tiou>e, with lKi acres of Urid. with tine .tardea, shrubbery, tree*, and ome of the mud healthy and pleasant locations In theoonatry, aed thirty minutes' distance fiom the city, will be cold tor $ii,UllO M 1. SHELDON, 85 Nassan itreo'.. $(r rnn -country residence on statbn Inland, coiitaiuing 3V| acre# of highly culti vat?d land, uuuoron fruit trees, a latye, ai'W modern style hou?e, ?Hh basement, cellar, marble mautxls, Ac., barn and carrme house. Alao. fiftven aorvs-of oh:>ieo land, without buildings. Price i- 160. li?nnit earn. E. A. M7?CB, 212 Broadway, room No. 3. nnn-i^oowAKi!, cutlery and tool ?t O.I'vU. atore for attic? Situated la oae of the beat localities iu the city ; ha* been established for t ho la it nine Ctara. 'i he assortment ha? beon (elected witn care, and ??ft free from any ic.umulatica of dead atook. T> thiao wUhing to enter tbe bu>in<iaa the urgent offers a good op portunity. For fuither information address J aueon O. Ooit, Poet t fftoe. <J>/'/m-FOR SALE? TEA STORE. WITH VALUABLE qplJUU lease of premises; an excellent location and now doing a business of troin t'.Kl to $300 per woek. Tnii la an exoellent ouportunitv for any p'-raon wishing to coutmenoe buaincea. Apply at 2MU Btoadway, room No. Ul. GEORGE W. SIM BBS. (JjCpr A-FOR SALE. THE LEASE, FURNITURE AND fixtures of a boarding houna. located on a <r.-at tliortugbfare, and now full of rood boarders', satisfactory rehHona tor selling. Apply immediately a' 28U Broadway, room No. 10. UEnRGE W. SIMfcRS. ?KAn ?A DAGUERRF.A* GALLERY FOR SALE Conveniently situatad, lar.;e skylight, built for the business, with every hinn required for oarr/in* on the fame, lerma, if required, six tnontha time, with approved ? ignatures. Addreaa Dagnerrasu, Herald oiAoo. ajynn -for sale, thk lease and fixtures of the bakery, 140 Elizab th street. The leiao baa five yeara to run. The place in now d'>isg a good busi ness, which may be greatly increase by proper attention. (J?0/IA ? FOR SALE, LEASE, STOCK AND FIXTURES I ?TZiUU of a liquor atore; capital chance for any amart man for two month*; reasons for aelling, going to Califor- I nia. Apply immediately at J88 Broadway, room No. 10. GEORGE IV. SIMERS. I Astoria property for sale much below ! ita value, to close a partnership. A very handsome, | new and well built house in Astoria, containing tbe modern improvements. It is built on tight lots, bavin* two hundred feet front on Academy street, and one hundred feet on .la I ?mica avonae, neatly eneluaed. The house is built of tha , best material, and fitted up In a very supetior manner, with I marble mantels, kitohau range, pump Ao., and i* in every i respi-ot a deairable residence for a geuttoman doing hu?iii?si in t*e city, being only twelve minutea walk from the ferry. At it mnat be sold, ft la now put down to the low price of f-4,100. One half cash, and the balance on bond and mort gage. For particulars please apply to ANDREfF EaDIE 117 Fultou street, Now 1 ork. tip atairt. A BARGAIN ?FOR SALE-A TEN YEARS' LEASE OF I aix lota, with or without the saloon, on the south ea<t 1 cor cr of Thirty ninth street and Br adivay. Apply to i ROStV'ELI. G. PIERCE, Pine street, corner of Broadway. Bakery for sale-baking forty barbels a ?<ek; three homes, carta and harneas, store fixtures, i counters, baking utensils, ttoek and good will; no opposition | in tbe neighborhood. For particulars apply to A. J. BER RJAN A CO., 37 Chamber! st | (COUNTERS, SASHES AND SHELVING FOR 8ALE ? J Now in a first class Broadway store; also iron stair ways and railing Apply to A H. TOWNSENO, depot building, sornei of Elm and Franklin streets, before 10 A.M. CIOUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE-CONTAINING J six acres of good land, baantitully situated in the village of Madison. Morris county, N. J., large house, two stories, kitchen adjoining, fruit and is) oautifully shaded with trees around tbe honse, which makes it a Tory desirable country residence, such as cannot often be found in the oonntry; , only. ten minutes' walk from tt.o depot ol the M. and E. R.til- i road. Fersons desiring auoh will make immediate applica ti<m, to insure, Ao. Apply to S. D. HUNTING, Waverley House, near the tfepot. COTTAGE AND Q ROUNDS FOR SALE OR TO RENT, at Port Richmond, States Island.? The house is bnilding, will be finished first of June, is thirty-six f(et front, two stories, basement and attie, with wing sixteen feet squsre, wr'l surrounded with trees ard ahrubhary, and near the Pert Richmond landing; within an hour of New York, access five or six times per day Applv to E. V. Hangh wout, 601 Broadway, or to P. N. Hau^hwout, Port Kioh mond. COUNTRY SEAT AT THROGG'S NEC! FOR SALE Abont seven (7) aorea.? The house i* in the Gothic style, containing tweuty t?o rooms, marble mantels, fur nace. hot and cold water througbont, water closets, baths, conservatory attaohod; is situated immodiatelv on the water; fine sailing, bathing ind fishing; an euendi>a and beautiful view en the sound. Tbe new steamer Glen C?ve lands within 1,000 feet of tbe properly twice daily. Lnd^e, gardener'a honae, ic? honso tilled, fine gar ten: in fact ?v.<ry convenience to make a residence in the country agreeable. Apply to JollN WENDELL 8S South strcot. I EXCHANGE FOR DRY GOODS-PROPERTY IN 'j Brooklyn, bringing a fc"od incomn, will be oxebanied tor a stock of dry gooda. Address box 3,893, New York Post Office. IjIOR SALE? TWO ACRES OF LAND WITH A GOOD JP frame bouse, situated in the town of Green >ur{, county of Westchester, abont two miles from the Hadion Ki?er Railroad depot at Dolib's ferry, and on the Saw Mill river j road; a variety of different fruit traea Tbe houae is in good order, a small barn, and an excellent well of water within a j few feet of the honso. The premises can be bought cheap if | applied for aoon. F?r farther particulars in luire of the aab scriScr on tbe premises. DANIEL ODELL. For sale-two lots of ground, 24 by 93 feet eseh, situated on the easterly side of Lexington avonae, between Thirty-seoond and Thirty-third streets; al>o, a piece on the rear of the al>ove lots, 00 by 73 feet 9 inahes deep. For terms afply at 180 Tenth street, one door east of Third avenue. Fok sai.e-at a great bargain*, that new four ttury brown atoue front bou*e tiU3 Eighth avenue, { on the went tide, throe door* above Forty aecond street, i Apply to PECABES, UtRN STEIN A PHllLlPS.M Liber tj street, neirNiutn. For sale -the stock and fixtures, and on- ! expired lease of the grocery (tore, oorner of Grand and Clinton streeta. Tliia ia a first rate stand, t tie store ia lar<e ami commodious, and ia loeated in the midst of a paying population, and i? in aucceaaful operation. Apply on the premllet!. For salb-a daguerrean gallery, wf.ll fitted up, with every requisite for carrjiui; on an extsn atve business. The proprietor beiog about to remove from the oity. ia hie reason for offering it (or sale. To any on* wiahing to enter into the business, and having the eath hi hand, I will treat with theni on termt that cannot fail to please, if applied for immediately. Apply at 34S Fulton For sals.? a new and wki.l finished house. in the village of Jameica, Qneena county, opposite the rveidenoe oi the subscriber. The house is 3.1 feet front and Si) feet deep, and oontaint aine rooms and a basement kitch en; the lot ia 90 feet by 112>?, with more land if required. For termi apply to JOHN A. KING. For bale-by elias combs, auctioneer, su Grand street ? The following prop<rty, rii.:? The new tlx atory brick honiie and lot Mil East > ourtoenth street; the honee and lot 143 Eaat Eleventh streot; the house and lot 817 Greenwich street; the house and lot 325 Ninth street; fonr lota at I'ort Richmond, Staten Island; a \\'t atory frame bouse and lot at Mount Vernon, Weatohester county, N T.? the lot ia 10U by 1U0 feet; one fsnr atory l.rick dwell ing. one three atory brick factory and frame buildings at tached, with the lota, on Lexington avenue, between Fifty sixth and Fifty seventh streets, N. Y. I/tOR SALE-TBK TOW BOAT STEAMER HOPE, f Can be seen at the Jersey flats; will be sold cheap far cash, or In exc l.ange for another boat. or in exchange for real eatate. Inquire of PEASE A MURI'IIY, l'ulton iron workt, corner or Corlaers and Cherry strtet. Fob sale-a viry handsome and stylish white mare flag tail. 1M? hands high, ti yeara old, can trot in three minutea. Price MOO. To be seen at the Arcade atables, Eighth atreet, between Fifth ana Sixth avenues. For sale-the elegant brown stone house and furoitnre, 39b Henry atreet, Brtoklyn. and lot on President atreet; house and lot No. 6 f'ottare row, Columbia atreet, near Beckett street; very little money required. Firat class farm in I. asalle county, Illiaoia, free of eaoum, to exchange for oity or Brooklvn property Inquire of FRANCIS P. LA WHENCE, orJUHN F. GRAY, No. 23 Chambers atreet. FOR SALE-THIRTY VOI R MAHOGANY PASIIES, tilverplated bars, size 91x2A Freneh elate glatt; also emnters, shelving, cornice, gat, and other ?t?r? fixtures, alao a six horse steam engine and boiler, in complete order, lor tale cheap. Apply at 262 Greenwich street. FOR SALE? TWO FIRST RATE BILLIARD TABLES, pearly new and in excellent order, will be sold very low, a? tbe present owner hat no further use tor them. Ap ply I m mediately at 2S0 Broadway, corner of Rcade street, room No. 1U. OBOKOE W. 8IMER3. FOR SALE.-THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE NOW RE pistered on their books, say t?riy different kinds of buainesa for sale, nud requiring partners frum 38,000 down to $200, affording exeel ent chances to thou* in search of business or would inyeat for salaries where security will be givin. C. B. HOWES A CO., M Nassau strict. For fale-tiie lease, stock, fixtures, ac? Ac., ot the well established store 111 South street, be tween Perk allp and Fnlton market . The above old estab llrbed store has done and i? ?e|| calculated for doing a large business, being in the immediate vicinity of tbe siiiprlng, markets, sound, and ferry landings. All the upper part of the premise* being well let off, leaves tbe rent of 'bo store comparatively low. This I* an excelleut opportunity f.,r any person wnntinc te enter ioto the ahip chandlery, pit sen -er, or ot' er business, at the above is lor immediate sale. For further information apply on the premitet. For sale-an elegant country seat, imue diately adjoining the residence of Cornelius W I, aw rerce, at Manbattanville, on the liadaon river, contistmg oi a g'ltblc house, and about twenty eight lota in excellent order. Apply to ROSWCLL G. PIERCE, Piae ttreut, cor ner ofBroadway. ll'OR SALE?AT A BARGAIN, FOB CASH. FIFTY j JT choice lota, in Omaha city, the capital of Nebraska Territory, situated on the Missouri river, oppodte Council i Bluffs Apply, Immediately, to RoSWELL Q. PlgRCE, Pine atreet, corner of Broadway, FOB PALE? SPI IN DID TEA STORE. UP TOWN, ON a great thoroughfare, with lioraei and wagont, routes, Ac., established, and now doing a large bnsiaess. Par ties purchating enn take part or none of the atook in store, as tl ey choose The owner It going into wholesale bmines*. Apply at tbe United Statta Agency, 212 Broadway, room 13. IjU'BNlMIED HOU8B.? YOB SALE, A NEW BNOLI9H 1 basement honee, neatly fnrnltlied at an expeote of 1 tl mi. In a desirable location. Price of house and ftirat- ! t* re under $10,1**); not much money ri quired at present, (iffered on acconnt of the owner bein* about to engage ia business in another city. If not told it will he to let and poaseeilon given Immediately. Apply to BENEDICT A COIT, over Hauk of Commoawealth. FOB SALE OB TO LET-TBE ATLANTIC HOTEL. Shi ep t Head Bay For particulars inqnire at the Union Hotel, No t Atlantic strut, Brooklyn, ot at the pro mites at th? Day. rNZ OROCHT TOR SALE.? HAS DCKN UTA bliebed for the la't tea yeara, wi*,h a good rau of fir* clftM nutoni Will be di*po*<-d of with the liouao tnd l?M? ?f the lot, if required. |?r further particulars, iuqureea the prtiumi, 174 Third avuuue, corner ?.f Seventeenth it FOR 8AI.E OK TO LET, IN BROOKLYN? SIX TBRM ?tor; tod baaament stone front houaea, with ul id lirn and all luouarn improvement^ with two lot* te tMh h"u??, situate on Uxl"rd atreet. betweea Fulton and Atlan tic avenues. Alio, for sale or to let, a number e? Iraae bouses, at r-nts from fia to MfiO eaeb. Apply to JOSBPX T. BRIDGES, ob the premises, Oxford street. For sal* or exchange for citt proterty? A new and splendid oouutry residence, with all th? modern improvements? range, bath, hot and coid wata^ Ac.? situated on the line or the Mew Havea Railroad, ter* miaates' walk trom station, thirty minute*' rid* t?> "team. Tb* premises comprise tbree-tourthi of at. aero of land, wMh gnrdin.fine well, outhouses, bara, Ac. A desirable reei dence for a person doing business in the city, or those seeking a pleasant bom* in the country. School* and chorcbeeia the immediate vicinity. Address Madison, Herald odea. If OK SALE OP EXt UANCK FOR CENTRAL PARC lots or city property A furm of fi aores, at Mamare neek. M mtrbemer county; lino view of sound' farm, boas* aud oat buildlnis; 10 ncre* of timb?r, oreek through it, As. Apply to A J. HEltltlA.N A CO., 37 Chamber* street. CH)B SALE, CHEAT ? THAT VALUABLE GORE L"T, 1 40 feet Iront t,y UK) in depth, on the west *ide ol luhte avenue, between Forty i-txth aud Forty aev?ntn streets with the improvement* thereoa. Apply to I'Et'A KES, BE&N bTEIN A PlllliUl'S, M Liberty *troet, n':irNa?*u. WtOR SALE CHE A T ? A SMALL FIST STEAMBOAT r of BUto 10(1 horn* power, with an excellent contoei rapine, and vary economical ?< regards oonnu motion of ;mC Apply to J. POW I RS, 132 Tomb atroet. FOR SALE CHEAT -A LOT OF SPLENDID CAS fixture*, consisting of 2 chandelier* of 2 burusra ana 12 brackets, 1*5 yard* elegant fcngiiah velvet tipestry oar pet, 41 yards Brussels stair carpet, 1 rosewood centre table, all new and tf tha latest atyle. anrt not been in u?e three month*. WARREN, 302 Third itroet. Leather finding and shoe store for sale, ?For *al?, the stock and tlxturou of an old establisoed leather liading and shoo store. Apply at 192 Grand street. no cartenteks and builders. ? for sale J aheap, or to let, a carpenter abop. titty foot front oa Washington afreet, near Leroy, with ateam engine, boiler, machinery, oircnlar saw*, saw bench**, Ac., Huitable for be* making or otter work, with an excollent run of oustoa, ba in* in the midat of packers and no shop in the vicinity. In quire ot ClIARl.ts SI1ULTZ, Greenwioli afreet, ec JACOB BLAUVELT, 107 West Twenty sixth street. fO BE SOLD, AT MRS. 'BISHOPS'S, 106 HUDSON street, ona of Singer's double tbresded sewing machine^ for rale cheap. Also, wanted, a good coraot maker, to waot in the hoaae. TO CLOTBING HOUSES.? WANTED, TO SELL Off commission, a stock of clothing Undoubted nocuritf given. Address, with real name, A. B., Herald oflloe. HOK8MB, CAB1UAU1M, Ab. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF COACHES, ROCKA ? ay a, doctor'* gigs, doub.e and single seated wagon l? with and without tops, mlkiu?, Ac., will >e sold on reasoM ble terms at SO and I U East Eleventh street, near Seoead avenue. A pair of ponies, warranted sound and can trot in three minutes, will be sold cheap at the above plaee. A T THE BAZAAR, 31 CROSBY STREET-WILL BE J\. sold, on Wednesday, at 12 o'clock, twenty houses suita ble for all purpoies. Also new aud *ecoud hand wages*, harness, saddles Ac. JOHN G. GATFULD, 1'roprietor. CARRIAGE FOR SALE.? A SUPERIOR CITT CAE riage, made by T. K. Lawrence A Co., and in nod or der. is ottered for sale. Apply at HOWARD A KTERSON'E stable oorncr of University place and Thirteenth street, or 21 Nassau aticet. C1ARR1AGI3 FOR SALE.-ONE SECOND HAND BRET. ) cost ftiM), and one light two seat hret, coat $44X1, in goal order; alio, one four seat rockaway coupe, also, phmuoa*. bu&ics, and one first ptomium buggy, coat $430? will be sols low for want of room. Apply to J. C. HAM, 3M Broadway. For sale? a very handsome pair or bat maroa; atand fifteen handa, very fast, and onlyaolE in consequence of the owner going abroad. Apply at 0 Exchange plaoe. I,-' OK bALE-TWO PAIR VERY FINE BAY HORSEfL ' one pair grays, and one aorrel mare; also, a splendid rockaway carriage, two sets light double harness, and mm single set. Call at 402 Atlantic streat, Brooklyn. BM)R SALE? A SPLENDID DARK HAY HORSE. HI is a good family horse, 1AK hands high, sound and kind. Price $160. Apply to J. 8. RuKCKEL, 407 Eighth avenaa, corner of Thirty first street. For sale- a one horse rockaway carriage, city made, but little used. Also, a light top wagoa entirely new, never used, city made. Will bo sold low, aa tha owner has no uae for them. Can be rtea at 20 Sixth street For sale-a hotel stage coach, nearly new made by Abbotf, of Concord, N. H. Inquire at No. 9 Beaver street. IpCR SALE-A STYLISH BAY HORSE, PERFECTLT 1 sound and k nd, 16 hands high; a doctor's gii; and har ness, together or separate, at REMSE'S livery stable, aar ner of Court and I nion streets, Brooklyn. JfOR SALE-TWO PLEASURE WAGONS-ONE WITS top and one without; in good order and li<ht; will ba sold cbeap. by applying to GEORGE LEA, K) Bowery, where they can be seen. I 'OR PALE? A BEAUTIFUL SADDLE PONY. EIGHT year* old, dark bay, |>erfectly sound and kind, gallops in fine *tyle, acd in a tplenMd auimal for ladies uao. AIm. a light wtU'on with top, together with a light harnuaa. In quire of Mr. Wolcott, ut tb? stablo in Liberty street, Mar Cotcord, Brooklyn. For sale? a fine day horse, i&t? hands high, perfectly sound and kind, atx years old, will go in atuglo or double harness; alao a set ot einglo harness, near ly new. Addreia K. M. T , Wee. l'arma Tost Ofllce, Wast ewater Co., N. Y.. or box 206 Tost ulhoe. IpoK SALE? FIFTEEN HORSES, AMONG THEM keveral fast onoa, other* anitablo for any business; alao, a number of new and second hand wagona, rockaway*, sulky s, harness, Ac . will be sold cbeap. Iso 10 Navia street, corner of Fulton avenue, Brooklyn. For sale? a very fine brown horse, about ,15? bands high, sound, and kind in all harness. la vary stylirb; apeed about 4 minutes. Also, a bay horse, pony boilt, 10 bands high, 6 year old. touad and kind in all harness; Tsnr stplisb, and can trot in condition in 2:45 ;also, 3 wagons, with tops to two of them, suitable for buslnees or dootor's work; in good condition; and one suitable for lighter work. Will km sold low. For particulars, and to be sees at CONK LIN'S, Fourth avecu* Livery Stable, corner of Fourth ave nue aad Twenty filth street. F For sale? a black mark, is hands man. *e\en years old, warranted sound end kind in herneea Bn.l saddle; U of superior *tyle, and can trot very fast. Aif gentleman In want of a superior animal, would do wall to aea Lor at 100 Mulbetry street For sale-a bay marl, stylish and a ooo? traveller, night year* old and perfectly sound. Willi* ?old cheap tor want of um. Can ne seen at the stable, X. Bowery. Apply to John I). CLevaller, 360 Broadway. For sale-a bay horse, hands high. xven year* old, stylish traveller, and warranted souad and kind in double and sinulo harness; also, a light tea wagon, and silver mounted harness, nearly new, prioe $SH. Inquire at li'j Cherry street, corner of Market slip. C. GARDNEE. OR SALE ? A PAIR OK BAY MARES, ABOUT WIT ? teen hands high. seven yoars old, kind in lingle or dea lle harness, vary fine travellers, and perfeotly sound. They will le sold very low, for want of use. Apply at the Coila more House. IfOR SALE, CHEAP? A FULL BLOODED VERMONT 1 Morgan home, *ev?nte<*n head* high, eight yean old, with coupe and harneat complete. The horse hat had ba? two ow ner*, is perfectly sound and gentle in every reipeat, very styliih and gay. Any one desirous of purcbatiag ? gnod animal at a low rate. will do well to call at 72 Read* atreet, a few door* from Broadway, where be nay be *eea a* any time. For sale, or would exchange for on* horse, a pair of beautifully matched bay Morgan mures, five and six yeai* old, well adapted for family u*e, perfectly kind and prntle in double er single harness, or .saddl*. May be seen at the Red House, ot W. VAN COTT. Horse, harness, wagon, Ac., for sale-a thorough bred torrel mare, 1.1 hand* high, four yean old, sired by Westchester, from a air Ilenr; mare, perfectly aound and gentle, and very fast; also, a light trotting wagaa, harness, robes, Ac.; tha whole forming one of the haad ?omest 'turn out*" In the olty; best ol reason* civea far selling; loweat price for the whole, WOO. Apply at WILSON A BROS, Blceeker street, corner of Croiby. Horse and wagon for sale -a reautifol stylish blood bay horse, seven year* old and nearly aiz tien band* bi*h, *oand and kind in aingle or double baraaaa. Owned by a private gentlemaa, and sold as the owner ia leaving the oily ; togetner with a box w*goa. with pole aad theft*, nearly new. Apply at tha stable or T. NORRI9, 118 Clinton plaea. HORSF.S. WAGONS AND HARNESS.- THIS DAT, AT 12 o'clock, at 87 I'tv (treet, corner of Greenwieh, ? black piny, 14)j hand* high; pair of bay mare*. IS^ hi high, (even ana eight years old, all warranted *onnd kind in all harnen and saddle; light wagon* and baraaaa, nearly sew. W. A. CAETftR, Auctioneer. ORGAN HORSES-THREE FAIRS OF MATOHEP bay*, young, kind and eonnd ; also a bay colt Bra _ . ' ' ? - iral vi old, can trot a' mile inilde ?' 3 minute* ; alss cover superior single road and fatally horses, all of them laiela froa Vermont, will be sold very low. Apply at lltUS lioernm *t.. Brooklyn. OMMBUS FOR SALE. ? A LIGHT FAMILY OR CHURCH omnibus built to order for a private gantlemea; watt auited for a boarding aehool or private hotel. Alee aa as sortment cf coaches, rockawaye, barouches, wagoaa, A a. For tale vsry low for cash. MAJOR THOMPSON A CO., 27 Woortar itreet. ROCKAWAY CARRIAGE, HORSR AND HARNESS, lor sale, price WIS, Apply at Bradley A Co.'e livery atable, corner of Fourth avenue and Eighteenth street, TWO HORSES FOR SALE ? ONE OF WHICH ISA trott?r, and the other a great roaditer. The trotter eta at anv time tnrn the traek in 2.S& la baraaaa or wagea, aad in 2 .44 at any time to roaa wagon. He can at aay time tr*4 hi* quarter at the rate of 2.36, or an aala. He eaa alae beak any road hone In the eity of New York that tha buyer mar choose to bring to drive against him ; all thla or no aala. The road bona oaa go kU 40 milee la 4 hoar* on tha read. Also, one light ahiTting top l.uggy, and >ingle barnea* ; all of which most be told this week. To be aaea at 17 Ye* try at., noar Hudson and Canal ?t*. TWO CARRIAGES FOR SALE? ONE PERFECTLY new tlx seat summer carriage, tha other a alx seat brat. I" food order, for tale cheap. Apply at Flyad ? stabls*. 18 We*t Thirteenth atreet. I ? leoixsoticki. T EGAL NOTICE TO SAFE MANUFACTURERS -THE li tinderrined give* aetloa that a patent we* iisfsd March 27, IkSb, far tha alam filling for tares, a*ed by Mum*. Holme* A Hutler, No*. 90 and W Maldea lane, tad that all future lafrtagemeata thereof will be rigidly pre** eu?ed. Thla notice beeomet necessary, a* *ome of the nria eipel *afe maker* la New York (and eae la partloalatf ?? tinders toed to kave a*ed It, or an imltatioa el It. sinoe tha Crystal Palace teat la l<Wt W, G. HAMMOND, It., At> toraa* tar Helmae a Butler. Ne. 1* w*U ?tra?* COAL, AC. COAL.? MY OBJECT IS QUICK SALES AND 8MAU* profit* for oa?b. I sell the beet quality ot red aah, well ?oreeaed from under cover, at fS SO per ton. Weight war ranted or forfeit Coal yards corner of King and Uroeawich atreet*, TwsnU firth *treet and Ninth ?J?*?e, aad 11* Duam itmt, Mat ilc.Adw*/, ?*ITU CldLHTOM.

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