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

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 16, 1855 Page 3
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ADYKBTI&E1MTS BESEWflU fiYERY DAT. TKMANTS' REGISTER. A A Q BBOADWAY.-TO LIT, CHEAP, OWB ROOM. ?^..nS,80Bd ItorJj 16jt2?- ??* *-"*>; story. ?u I-Uv'i o*? office, MO; a suit of two r^omi, lAtlK tl90, fowth .Wry, with skylight, 26x60, ?300. Apply e* the pre ANY PERSON WISHING To IIIRI TBI THIBD floor, consisting of two room* aud two bedroome, of til* baa Am Die three etorv brick hou?o, No. ( Monro* place, WiUitMlui, lie alantta1 wtlk from t'ook *liplyri, ou do io by applying on the premise*, or adlreselng w. a. iieraid offloe. Kent vary moderate to a good tenant. AFUBNMHED COTTAGE TO LET, AT BOCKAWAY, L. I.? Containing 12 rooms, with carriage bouse. toe houee, and otable It bat a comtnandiag view of tb* ocean, ?ad is within a minute's walk of the beach. Communica tion four timae a day with the city. Apply to G. B. OWEN, No. S John (treat, office No. 1. between 10 and 4 o'olook. A WHEELWRIGHT SHOP TO LET? ON REASONA ble ttrai. in th* village of Setauklt, L. I. ; it i? a very rare cbaaoe, as there is no other in the plaoe; a smith ihop cloeo by. WM. M. SMITH. N ELEGANT THREE STORY BROWN STOVE boose, No 128 Welt Twoaty-tkird street to lot, with ?water aad gas aad gas fixtures throughout Parlor oarpots and oilolotha, which are new, will be sold if desired. Rent moderate to respon ible parties Ai>uly at the home, or to f. C. ADAMS, 90 Wall itieet, Jannoey court. FURNISHED COTTAGE ON STATEN ISLAND TO let? Is about Ave minutes' walk from ferry; has a good A larn, outbuildings, garden, abundance of fruit, nnd"five actee ef land; is a delightful rusidenoe Rent moderate. Ap ply to SAMUEL EDDY, Esq., 03 Wa'l street. BROADWAY-MODERATE RENTS.? TO LET, THE large aad well lighted building 616 Broadway. Jnst above tae Metropolitan Hotel; first Hot very suitable for a genteel tailoring or millinery establishment; upper storiei weM oalculatad for dagnarreaa rooms. Ac.; basement oan be ,"lt "J business. The floor*, oaot (M test deep, Will be let separately. Ap nly to JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street. COUNTRY SEAT TO LET? AT RAVENSWOOD, L. I., With about three aeres of land, mostly in garden, good euthousee, fruit, shrnbberv, shade trees, Ao., in abundance. The house is large and we 1 adapted for a genteel private re aideaoe. For particulars apply to Dr. Stanford, near the {act office?* 40 " *r' 18 ^*11 street, seeoad floor, COTTAGE TO LET AT FORT LEE. WITH A FINE view of the Hudson river and 1)( acres o( land, grapes, cherries, applet, plumbs and poirs ou tie plaoe. Parlor, kitchen, dining room and eight bedrooms, cistern and well. Will be rented, furnished or unfurnished. Apply to LI V. LIVINGSTON, 85 Nassau street. COTTAOES AT REDUCED RENTS.? TWO PRETTY cottages on Forty- ninth street, soota side, Just west of Third avenne; each contains nine rooms; Cioton water, Ae. ; Boat garden in front, and lir.e yard in rear. Apply te JAM Eh PRICE, MW Hudson street. MP! RE HALL, 596 BROADWAY, TO LBT OR LEASE. ? It is <ne of the beat exhibition rooms in the eity. E Furnished house to let-for six months ?r longer; a handsome browa stone front four etory house in lweaty- fourth street, near Madison square, fitted ?up with evory convenience, and fuitable for a genteel pri vate family. For cards to view, address, with real name, JL Y., box 3.801. Post Office. Furnished sitting, and bedroom to let.? The friends of a lady, who have occupied the above for ^ears, and who sail for Europe thi? day. wish to let them to a lsdy or gentleman. Immediate po^esslon oan be riven. The beet of references required. Address 575 Broadway, opposite Nlblo's Garden. FOR THE SUMMER? FROM THE FIRST OF JUNE TO the flrat of October, two furnished parlors at moderate terms, at 178 Twelfth street, near University plaoe. Handsome country residence, furvisiied on Hudson river, to rent tor the season, or longer period, ?*n Fishkill Heights, immediately opposite "Washington's Headquarters," NewLurg, a large band-ome mansion house, in perfect order and completely furnished for immediate oc cupancy; le beautifully located, has an acre of ground, woll laid out with ornamental snrubbery, fruit and shade trees, Ao ; never failing well of purest spring water at the door; Las the usual outbuildings, Ao.; the premises are not over five minutes from tie depot. For more full partioulars, terms. Ae., which will le moderate, inquire at Messrs. GEIB A JACKSON '8,783 Broadway. Houses to let, rrnis moderate? the dwel liAgpsrt of the four story house 72 Vsriok street corner of Canal and convenient to Broadway, with rango, hot and coldwate. baths, Ac.; also a faur story house near St. John's park. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS, 407 Broadway. ALL TO LET-FOR PUBLIC MEETINGS, AT THE Junction of Sixth avenue and Broadway; will be let wither by th* night or by the year For further particulars inqnire of I1ENRV 1 RaN&LYN, 71 West Thirty filth street, isir Broadway. H Live oak hall, sixth street, near avenue C. ? This spacious building is now nearly completed, ?ul table for lodges, commit wes, balls, drills, Ac , Ao. The floors wiU bo let oa reasonable terms. Apply to JOHN FETBREIN, 218 Seventh street. _ T AROE OFFICE TO LET? ON SECOND FLOOR, JLi Trinity building, or desk room in offioes. Apply at office 13 Trinity building. r f\ FFICB, AND SEVERAL HANDSOME BOOMS, TO \J let, to simile gentlemen, furnished or unfurnished, with breakfast aad tea, if required, la a private Freaeh family, ^haro the language is spoken. Inquiie at 602 Houston ?treet, near Broadway. PABT OF A STORE.? A SHOE DEALEB HAVING A good aad eonspioueosClocatlon in Liberty street, near Jtroadway, is desirous of finding a party willing to hire one ?lialf of tne store, a suitable plaoe for a merchant tailor or amy light business. Bent moderate. Inqnire at 15b Broad Kay, upataiie. ? ROOMS TO LET-FUBNISHED OB UNFUBNISHED, at Na 128 Maedongnl street, near Washington square; the oars of the Sixth avenue and Amity aad Bleeoker street, tago^paas near the house every 5 minutes. Apply as above, SECOND FLOOB OF HOUSE 234 THIBD AVENUE TO lei? consisting of four large pleasaat rooms; walls palnt ?d, marble mantels, folding doors, Ao. Rent low to a good tenant. Peeeession Immediate. Inquire in the groeery store next door, or of John Foley, gold pen manufacturer, iff! Broadway. OTBAM POWER, WITH GOOD AIBY BOOMS, TO LET O on reasonable terms, la the North Amerloan Steam Works, Forsyth atroet. Apply at the offioe. M Forsyth st FTK) LBT? THBBE BROWN STONE FBONT BNOLISH X basement houses, witb all the modera improvements, in Twentyfirst street, between Fifth aad Sixth avenues. Ap tly to ALEXANQKB WECKBECKBB 81 Liberty st. LET? STORE NO. 90 ANN STREET.? RENT *400. B. OALBBAITH, 127 Fulton street . rpo rpo LET-ON MYBTLE AVBNUE, COBNBB OF YATES X avenue, twelve new bouses, Just finished, with folding doors, tea raoss, a:d piasta commanding oa* of th* flneet views in Brooklyn. Beat only $150 a piece for oae year. Apply to A. C. FBANSlOLE, at the ofBee of Therassou A Bryan. Na. 8 Wall street. Hew York. rpO LET ? POSSESSION GIVEN IMMEDIATELY? THB JL roar part of the second itory, the front part of the third atory, aad aU of the fourth story of 29 Bookman strset. Also, the front roan ot the Ifth story of 31 and 33 Beokataa ?treet. Each apartment is lultable for aay kind of meoha aital business. Also basement of 24 Beekman street. In quire of JAMES CONNBB A SONS, 29 Bookman atroet. FTK) LET? A BBAUTIFUL COTFAGB, NEARLY NEW, JL oa the | Fifth avenue, earner of 13lat street, Harlem. Apply to Mr, Jamee. next doer; or to WM. BLAKE, 119 Pearl street. rpO LBT? AT NO 5 BOND STBEET.? THE FBONT aND X back parlors; will aniwer as lodging rooms, or buaineea purposes; a good location for a fashionable milliner. Inquire ?oa the premises, or at COS Broadway, corner ot Fourth st. TO LET? TWO VEBY NICE THREE STORY COT tage houses, on Fortv third street, near Broadway. Houses very com?odious, la tine order, Ac. Rent S3S5. Also, the dwelUng corner of Twenty-eighth street and Fourth avenue, having twelve rooms, bath, gas, Ao. Rent 4600 E. B. KINSHIMKR, 319 Fourth avonue. rUT-A SUPERIOR FOUR STORT BROWN STONE hoDH, in a very men, genteel neighborhood. House 25 f<et front, In olegant order, wl'h nil modern improvements. Gas fixtures and oilcloths. Will be leaned nt n moderate mt. R. B. KINSH1MER, 318 fourth avenue. rpO LET? THK BEST FART OF A MEW MODERN X hutlt house, in * good location, oon'isting ol front bass fflfnt, kitohen and laundry, parlors with obandeliers, to gether with third floor. The home ii neatly furnuhed and ?will be let to a good tenant at a very low rent, with or with wat the furniture. Address J. E. C., box 937 Post Offlce. rrO LET-A FURNISHED ROOM WITH OR WITH X out ptrtlai board, at 149 Spring street, three blooks treat of Broadway. 10 LET-PART OF HOUSE 285 WEST EIGHTEENTH ?treet, to a (mall respectable family. R?nt moderate. /IX) LET? THE FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMEN OF IS 1 Tbemei street. It ii mitable for tailors, bakers and others It voold be altered to ?uit the ocauoeneT. D. SHEI'UBKD, Wo. 7 Wall street. rro LET? 1M THE MOST DESIRABLE PART OF X Brooklyn, a three story and basement brick boose, with ?astoaod piaata, and marble mantels Ibroushoct, gas, water !>roairbt Into kitehee, Ao ; has just been peint?d throughout. This Is a desirable opportunity, the preieat omupant being compelled to leave the eity, Address early, wivh real name, 1. P.. box 1,084, Post Ofloe, M. Y. _____ ?PO LMT? AT LITTLE NECK. LONG ISLAM), UNTIL X November I, an old nomeeteid. close to tie bay. To T*raoas wishing pure air and goon bathing, this Usee eta *?t h" snrpaeeed j there is a oh arch within a short iistaoee. Jaqnira of SaMUEI. AULD, 11 Wast street, N. V.,or of J. V. P. FOWLER. Little Nook. Tl LET? TO A OENT1.EMAN. A PLEASANT ROOM in a desirable neighborhood, (Irving place,) situaed in Bobekea, N. J.; about tan mlautae' walk from the ferries. Charge moderate. Address E. W., Herald sIm TO LET? A COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSE, IN Ithe upper part of the eity, containing all tka modern im provements. Apply at HI Front street, at stairs. ?TI10 LET-A FURNISHED HOUSE IN MORRJSTOWN X Now Jeraoy; a family without young children preferred, who would ho willing to board the oeeupaet (a lad/) for the ih of hoasa and leralture. Address L. F., box 128 Herald ?Aoe. FIIO LET? NO. 779 BROADWAY, A STORE HANDSOME X ly Ifltted ap for a silk or embroidery, or aayj faacy tartness, eighty feet deep, fall front, with large plate glass 'windows; also, the two adjoining stores, of the same depth, which would be altered to snlt a good tsaaat. Fcr fall par ticulars apply to R. P. GOODWIN, Cllntom Hall, Eighth ?treet, near Broadway. FfO LET-A BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE, AT HASTINGS. X an the Hudson riser, aboat 100 leet fritn the river, and taoao af the most dertrabla residrnoes oa tho Hudson; houss two story, gothir, wall finished and spado as, g^od verd, car riage hease. Ae. A paly to R. D. GOODWIN, Clinton Hall, Eighth strast, near Broad way . T? I.ET-THE OLD ESTABLISHED '? GRAPES,- NO. A- 17 Jamae street, with bowline alleys attached; would ?k ?? aalt a good teaaat laaatru oa tho vremisos, J from 9 > o cloek, or of ?? H PLUME, 31 Grand street. ? fo. LET _ the SMALL THREE ETOET BRICK oase^ Na. S Oar dee Row, Eleventh s' rest, near Sixth Hoaee la eompleto order, having lust heeaaaiatod Immediately, laqatro of D. W. FENTON, It* Broadway, up nt airs. TEHUTa* BKGIHTER. TO LET.-1BE MIlOtE UK PaRT OF TUB HOUiE No 0 Hiifin stroe* ; al-o a a malt store la M*41im M Inquire at No lOKutperiat. TO LET.? A FURNISHED ROOM IN THE FIRST rlau to?? Waverley pla?e, to a gentleman. Apply on tbe premise* TO LIT. -At HALF PRICR, TOE TURKS 8 TORT and ba anient brick home N? jliW Wait F >rty fifth street between Sixh and Seventh avauuea, to a good tenant. Will bo reatod at a mere nominal aum. Has the modern improvements. Inquire ot C. K. WIUJUS, at the bar, baao maat of the Clifford house, f ark plaoe rpo IET-A NICE SECOND STORY FRONT AN D J. back room, with three bedrooms and two paatriea, to let, together or aeparate. Rent *14 per month Inqaire at 1 97 Stanton street. Possession niven immediately. TO LET? A LARUE AND SPACIOUS GROCERY (tore, corner of Oraad aad Clintoi streets The atand ii aot surpassed by any io the oily. A fine chance for any one wishing to go in that business. Apply to W. T PINCK NEY, Astor Fire lniuranee Company, corner of Chatham and Dunne atreeta. fiPO LET? AN ENGLISH BASIMENT, SUITABLE FOR X a dentiat, physician or aarreyor delightfully located oa Second avenue. App'y at 19d Seooad avenue. flK) LET-PART OF A VERY DE9IRABLE TURKE X atory and baaement boaae, oplcwn, with all the modern improvemcnta, wiU be rented to a (mail family for <375; now ocoupltd by two p?r(on( only. HENRY FRANKLYN, 71 Vni Thirty-fifth (treat, near Broadway. TO LET? STORE AND BASEMENT 446 SIXTH AYE nue, one of tho very beat stands -for retail buainess. A lao to let, front room on eeooad floor. 87 Fulton (treat. Apply at 67 Fulton atreet. TO LET, IN SOUTH BROOKLYN? TIIE UPPER PART ?f a first olaa? house; rent low to a good tenant. Apply to JOSEPH 11 A (1U K. H Oold atreet. " fTO LET. ON STATEN ISLAND? A HANDSOME COT A tage, with flower garden, cltuated in a very pleaaant neighborhood, on lleacn atreet, Stapleton. For particalara inquire of A. Wnhbrado A Co., feed (tore, near the ferry at Stapleton, or of fa. Hahn, 34 Broad (treet, N. Y., up stairs TO LET OR LKASK? AT VANDERBILT AVKNUK, Btaten Island, near the Vauderbilt Lauding, a cottage aid garden Inquire at Darid Klaning's Caledonian Hotel, Vanaerbilt Landing. Rent moderate. TO LEASE, FOR SALE, OR EXCHANGR-iN HUD aea City, N.J, within Ave minute.' ride of Hobokaa lerritja, junction of Hoboken road aad Paliaada avenue, oom mending a line view of the eity and harbor of New York, the new three atorj and baaeiuent brick home, 24 rooma, marble mantels, Ac., on eight eity lota. Alao, on ten city lota, adjoining the above, tke new Swias cottage, ooatalniag 14 rooma. built for the residence of Lewie Ginoooluo. Alao, in thia oity, the three story (tore, northeast corner Washing ton aad Beade street*. Terms eatv Apply to B. W. RICHARDS. 307 Broadway. mo RENT-IN THE VILLAGE OF MORRISAN1A, BB X tween Firat and Seoond atreeta, and between tha Mor rUaolaand Melrose stations, Harlem railroad, a large aad nearly now dwelling haute, oeataining sixteen roomc, (table, hen house, Ao., and 19 eity lata of land, all in good order. ReatSXU. Apply to A. FlNDLAY, 11 Spriag atreet. TO RENT-AT IB BOGS NECK, IN VIEW OF EAST cheater Bay, a neat oottage containing ten rooma, with carriage house (table, Ac., aad about five acres of I aad. with ahade and fruit trees: will be furaiahe* if deaired. Apply to A. FINDI.AY. 11 Spring atreet, N. Y. TO RENT, AT HALF PRICE? TnK FIRST AND THIRD floor, with the basement. in tho first elaaa house, lit West forty -fifth street, till 1st May, lt<M; hoaee modern finlah, range, hot and cold water, bathroom. Ao. A small family ia desired. Inquire of W. M. BURDICK, 16 Day street, up stairs, or on the premises. A rare opportunity. ritO BENT-THE THREE STORY DWELLING HOUSE X 82Wcat Twenty tirat atreet Th? rooms deep, has all the modern improvementa? >aa, bathroom. Water cloaet, furnaoe and dome waiter, and ia being oaint ?d and put in complete order throughout. R int $1,060 Apply to MORTON ? GRIN NELL, *5 aad 28 Broad (treet. TO RENT ON STATEN ISLAND-A FURNISHED OR nnfurniahcd cottage, three miantet' walk from Sta pleton Landing, wil h good healthy spring water and email garden attached; rent, furnished, till lat November, 1355, $100. Apply for three day (at 42 Crosby (treet, N. Y. WORKSHOPS TO LET.? THREE LOFTS OONVENI II oi> to Broadway, suitable far any manufacturing purports; aiie 12 'e(t deep by 25 feet. Arply en the pre mises, corner Prince and Crosby sta., before 10 o'olook. MISCELLANEOUS. 1 CANAL STREET, NEAR VARICt-W. AH. VAJ iUo NOTE'S grate and fender, kitchen range, naM ranze ana stove warerooms We have a large assortment C the Latest patterns of maatel grates, ranges and stoves, fa? sale on reasonable terms. Grates and ranges set and repair ad, rangee lined, brass founders' and jewellers' torn*** built, (tovea lined, bakers' ovena built and repaired. B HUNDRED AND BRANDT, MACHINERY AGENTS and Brokarc, 176 Chatham (treet. New York.? New and (econd hand machinery, (loam engtnee. tools, Ae., bought (old and exobaaged; fluted rtllerc, (pindlaa, and all other repairs furnlthed at abort notise. Agentc tor Brundrad'a (pinning trama. Peraoaa haying maohiaery to diapose of would do weU to eall on tha advertisers. Blank books, stationery, paper, printing, Ao., at low priees.? Job priatiag, lithography and en graving executed ia every etyle; blank books made to order. eavelopea stamped, Ao. A large atook of stationary, aooonnt books, eopying preasec. Ao. Ordcn aolioited by RICH A * ""JTREL, stationers, 61 William atreet. Brusheb or every description at the brum factory, 8S7 Pearl (treat. Frank tin aquare. All artielal ?old at the lowest factory priees. Paint brushes of (upetiot quality constantly head. Machine bruabee made to ordag. J OHM K- HOPPRL. Clothing and furnitube.-ladies or gentle men having any to dispooe of ean receive a tair oath price by (ending to tbe (tores 12 Lauraaa (treat, near Canal, or 62 Weak Broadway, or by letter through the post. Ladies attended by Mra. Cohan. 8. COHEN. pHAETRR OAK GRAPE ROOTS FOR SALE? AT X<L \J 7 John atreet, where aamplea of the grapea eaa be coca. These grapea grow to tbe aiao of oae aad a half iaohoa la die B (tar. They are as sweet a( the laabolla, aad three w safes earlier, perfectly hardy, aad will Produee more pounda el grapes than any other ever cultivated. Orders promptly attended to by JOHN B. JAKES, No. 7 Joha (treet. Fresh Brazilian seed, native potatoes, never rota, aad good flowere, lettuce, cabbage, cucum ber. carrot, beet, (quaab, melon, eora, aad ail other kiada ?t flower, field and garden seeds, for aale by HUGH ORE A CO., seed atora. 31 Joha street. FEVEE AND AGUE, PANAMA, REMITTENT AND intermittent fovrra, cured immediately by Dr. Rothcr ford'a \ntidote, without arscaie, qaiaiae or other poiaoaoua druga. raoora. Be (a aon) baa aot had a chili (inoe he took the first dose of tbe antidote. JOHN FLOOD. After takiag your antidote, (he (a daushter) waa cared al most instantly. CHARITY WOODWORTH, Pataraoa, N. J. Apply to Dr. RUTHERFORD, Blaekatoao, Mate., or to CHARLES H. RING, 192 Broadway, Mow York. GAS FITTINGS AND FIXTURES.? STORES, DWELL ingc. tactnriea and publio bullding( promptly fitted with gas pipes and flxturee eheaper than any other house. A (piendid assortment of ohandeliers, pendants, brackets, Ac., of tbe lateat desiga(, at the wholecaie aad retail gas fixture manufactory of JaMES O. MOFFET, 11S aad Q1 Priaoe atreet, third block weat oi Broadway. H Great gala week at ingersoll's boat and UttfiMiir, 2S0 South (tract. -Tweuty (eventh annual boat fair? Cloaea Saturday, tb* 19th. Aquatic iportimen, ooonoirsenr*, and all deairou*. are ievited to attend; admit ?ion tree. Ingerioll intend* tbii time to give tha public a convincing proof of hi* ability to aurpikst anything ever be fore exhibited in hia line. Every kind of boat trill be repre aented -taoe, tail, lancy and pleasure boat*, of every eon oeivable kind, aa well aa the more aubatantial *hip boat* ? in all over SOU. The oara will alao receive attention, making a rich treat. N. B.? The boat which attracted ao much at tention, and bore off the priie at the Cryital Palace, will b? exhibited. _ !___ OPFRR A STOLTS? FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS' 237 bowery oppoaite **rince atreot HARRISON'S FRAGRANT SHAMPOO LOTION? TO oleanae the head of dandruff, and the hair fram all itu nuritiea, leaving the akin and hair aoft, elastio and health nil Nene can try it without pronouncing it lar auperior to all* otbera in all ita affect a It doea not. like other* irritate or pa iron the akin, but loathe* and invigorate*. It it one of Barrieon'a own American preparationa. Sold by W. II I Y(<N A CO., It o 4 Dey atraet, at wholeeale. and by JAMES ( RUM KY. 862 Broadway at retail, who aell Harmon'* lip balm, whioh makea the ladiee' lip* ae awaat, and the gentle ma t 'a ao aoft to mee > them. IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS ?WILER A MOSS' 1 patent gea lighten, to turn and light (imultaneaualy, without fluid, to be had at aav of the hnuae-furniahinc atorea. or by C. PARTRIDGE A CO., *ol* agent*, LU Maid en lana. ' ? PAINT 1 1 PAINT II FOR BUILDINGS, FENCES, Roof*, Ae. at 12K eeut* a pound. White Lead, 7 centa Jo. Zinc, 8 cent* do Preble'* United Oil, 75 cent* a gallon. Tanners' Oil, 26 centa do. Machinery Oil, 00 centa do., at 113 Maiden Lane. JOHN H. SM ITH, Agent. PLEASURE EXCURSIONS.? THB UNDEFSI GNED HAS bar juet fitted oat a new atage coach, for the aecomaeo dation ol picnic partiea, pleasure exenraiona, Ae.; *eata for twelve perron*; it can be chartered en abort aekioe, at 270 Ea*t Eleventh street, near avenua C. H. B. FOOT, Proprietor. J. C. Stefhks*, Builder. RIPLATIMO.-0OT1I*, SHIPS, STEAMBOAT! AMS private famiiiee ean have every deeeriptlen ef old wan replaiad aid warranted. Stair rode, plamher*' flxtnree, tea ?ate, ipoon* and fork* aad every kind oi metal plated wiU gold er *ilv*r, at *bert aotiee, by the Manhattan Plata Oca* pany. Wo. 267 Bowery. READ THIS. EVERY ONX WHO WANTS TO MAKE money.? Y?v can get ute a buiinr ** whioh will pay a vary lane pro# t, bv calling at 76 and 77 Naaaan ?treet, room No. 4, r.tfire of Pitkin k Dixey I bare two very valuable patent*, tor which quite a number ot State tight* have been aold, and I will aell the rrmalalag Statee oa very favorable tenet rereooi wbo have not got the each, but have an* good trade, will find thi* a good way to get lata a goad barf neit. Alio, a valuable patent for Great Britain: will be (old low. Call lot three day*, from 9 to 12 A. M, and from 2 to 6 P. M. T. PALMER. SHOW CASES -HOFFMAN A PERISH SHOW CASE wareroome, 67 Bowery, betweea Walker aad Bayard ?traaka. Caae* made ia e?ery *tyle, *ilver plated, braaa, raea aad eatla wood, mahogany, Ac. N. B.? Old oaeee taken la exchange. Order* promptly executed. SIN DOW SHADES AT WHOLESALE AND RETAHa ?GEO. W CARPENTEE baa opened a new etore at hatbam (treat, where ha tavitee the nubile to oeH aad H hi* (toak af gold aad other (hade*, of all a ilea. Cora' to. lull, laone. piu Aa. aaaataatly am haaA BIuKalARDS. T> tLl AR OT ABLES FOR SALE CHSAP-AT W. I SHARP'S, 141 Fulton (troat.-Table* of all dia*. mahogany, either ef aaarUa, tlata or wood warranted to itaad aay all ??< latertar caiWne af tared and Sited up oa the mot approved principle*. RIIHARD TABLES,? WE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE JL> *tok of at reduced lanoee, aad ea reaaoaabla tars* layer* will do wall to caifead axaaiae before pur cbaaing. Two good aeoond hand tablaa for eale, ia peneet otdtr. GRIFFITH A DECKER. 90 iaiiuWt " PUYINGC ARDfli PLAYING* A RD3- FARO PLATING OARD8, VERT eld and wdi (eaeoned. with all tha variaa* ether qaali ?toe af linen aanwtton r^eda, made t>? SAM HART h CO. for eale to tb* ti\?f, aad Hab houaa* *4 their (tote, Na. 1 Bard** timt, o^fttUe Hie A*tat Hew*. SPECIAL IfOTICKS. ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN I N DEPE.V DKNOK A in Pant ?Americas you?h who ma* be in 1'erit next 4Ui of J uly, ?re invited to Uklte in a visit to th? torn > of l.atayett?. The reunion will commence bou* tho Awerioca Library ia P??i?, at tho Hotel do Villa ; thence paw in car riages to the eastern extremity of the oity, to the (rounds containing the mortal remains of him who condnosd to sup port and defend the crsdlo of libtrtjr ia the United States; after which will be visited, in the WNttra extr?trity ?f the fi'y. at 1'asef , the huusr occupied by Franklin. Persons desiriaf turMier particulars, may inquire of DAVID P. LIOLTON, 21 Rue <iee Mayoc*, ParU. Paris. April 19, IBM. Friendship association. -the members or the friendship Alternation are hereby notified to moet at their hall, 116 Outre street, at It o'eloek thie day, In or der to pay the last tribute of respect to oar late brut bar, Jobs Henry Even. R. T. ENTWISTLE, Precedent pro tern. f. W. O'Comnon, Secretary pro tem. H OLMES A BUTLER'S Alum Patent lion Sate Depot, SO and 92 Maiden lane, (Mow Liberty, j N. V. T IQDOR DIALERS IN THE FIFTEENTH WARD ARE XJ specially requested to meet at 525 and by Houston btreet, between Mulberry and Mott street!, on Thursday evening. May 17th, nt b o'oleok precisely, on buiineie se riously affecting the interests of every denier. A deputa tion from "the Liquor Dealer's Society'' of the city of New York will be present aad address the meeting Every man U expected to do hja dmty. By, order H. B. VENN, i'res't. Jamu Harrington, Secretary. MASONIC? THE MEMBERS OF METEOPOLITAN Lodge No. 273, F. A A. M , are hereby summoned to attend nt their Room, on Thursday Evening, 17th inst., at 8 o'clock. Business of vita) importaaoe will come before the body. By order WILLIAM M. GAMBLING W. M. WM. H. PHILLIPS, Secy. ? OTIC*. -ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TUE LATE firm of KEHOE A BARBER are hereby notified that N 1 Lave been appointed by an order of the Sucre mo Court, receiver of all the property, olsims nnd effects of laid firm, and they are requested to call immediately upen the sub scriber at b't omoe, No 137 Broadway, it the oity of New York, nnd settle their aooonnts with said firm. D. JONES CRAIN, Receiver, 157 Broadway. Dated. New York, May 1(. 185V OH. A.? THE MEMBERS OF FRANKLIN CHAPTER. ? No. 9, are hereby notified that on and after the lUli Inst., the Chapter will meet on Moadny evenings, nt O. U. A. Hall, oor. Urnnd and Ludlow streets. By order of the Chapter, C. M. 1 AWOOu, C. of C. OFFICE OF THE SECOND AVENUE RAILROAD Company, Forty second street nnd Second avenue,? New York, May 10. 1866. ? A semi annual dividend of fear Er cent has this day been declared by tfce Beard of Direo rs, payable to the stockholders on and after Monday, the 21st. The transfer books will be olosed until that date. By order PHILIP C. ROPERS, goorotary. SYLVESTER LAY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOTARY poblic and commissioner fer nil the States except New Jersey and Maryland, No. 16 Wall street, New Vork, will pay partioular attention to obtaining land warrants and extra nay for saitors and soldiers who are entitled to re oeive the same. THE OLD TONTINE COFFEE HOUSE-NOW AT THE Exchange.? Within the last few days there has been brought to tuis city a large painting of this celebrated lo cality, taken by Mr. Guy, in 1798. an eminent artist of that time, and placed in the Rotunda of the Exohange, whore the public may have an opportunity of oxamiaing and procuring It for some snitable place, for preservation. TO STEAM ENGINE AMD BOILER BUILDERS.? Messrs. Bj Wester A Plnmb's new improvemeat for supplying steam boilers with water wtthoat the use rf a force pump, (thereby saving time and money,) can be seen for a tew days at the northern Hotel, loot of street, from 12 M. t> 1 }i P. M.; also mornings and evenings. Warranted to work under any pressure whatsoever, which can be sufficiently shown by oa.ling as above. THE TWELFTH WARD LIQUOR DEaLES' ASSOC! A tion will held a meeting at Charlee Brooke' Hotel, cor ner lOVth St., and 3d avenue, on Thursday Evening, May 17tb, at 7X o'eloek, P. M Punctual attendance requested. By order of THUS. T. JACKSON, Chairman. LEWIS LESLIE, Seey. MUSIC Alt* A MUSICIAN, HAVING SOME SPARE TIME UN A occupied, wishes to take n few pupils to teach the vio lis, Bute, clarionet, or cornet; alto masio la general. Terms moderate. For further particulars, please apply, by note or otherwise, at his reeideaoe, 292 West '1 wenty ninth street. A SPLENDID 6\ OCTAVE ROUND CORNERED _ti piano with stool, oover, instruction books, Ao. Cost $*75, will bo sold tor $190; it line been but three months in use. Can be seen at 2Cb Spring street, second floor. First peemium pianofortes, manufacture! by STEIN WAY SONS, 88 Walker street, near Broad way, N. Y.? Those pianos received the first premiums, ia ?om petition with pianos mads by the most oelebrated m*na fioturers of Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and HM more. Every piano warranted. Prices moderate. For sale^at a bargain, a fine rosewood piano, of Newhall's Boston make; one of Pistol's up right, for $125, and of Firth A Hall's, ASS; one for Still. Tun ing and repairing done in the best maaner. Bowery, 392, second floor. FOR SALE-AN ELEGANTLY FINISHED 6 X oc tavo rosewood piano, made by one of the best city ma kers; oost >350, will besoid lorabont $340; to be seen from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M , at 190 Elm street, near Broome. PIAN08.? FOUR BEAUTIFUL 7 OCTAVE PIANO fortes, (one with oarved legs.) mads of the best mate rial, and in the most substantial manner. Will be sola low, and warranted. Those who are about pu'ohasiug, would do well to oall and examine. Apply at 15 Sixth avenne. D. SMITH. PIANOFORTES.? JOHN P. WAKE A CO., MANUFAO tnrere, have removed their pianoforte warehouse from W Barclay street, to the new and spacious building, 19 Cecal street, between Hudson and Varisk streets. Pianofortes at wholesale pnoee, for iash, or satisfactory paper. A great inducement to pnroha re now offered. PIANO WANTED- A FINE TONED tij* OR 7 OCTAVE new or second hand oiano, in exohange for gas fitting aad fixtures. Address, stating particulars, K. S., Herald offioo. INGINO.? LESSONS GIVEN IN THE ART OF SING leg, to professional and amateur pupils, through the me dium of the Italian or English languages, by a professor from the musical college in Rome, who Is also an eminent pnblic singer. Application by letter to 0. O., Poet ofllce, Broadway. PfSTRUCnOM. fi OC BROADWAY.? MR. PEVACHIO HAS THE UOu honor to inform his pnpils aad friends that be will cpea next Saturday, the 19th lnst. Mr. Povaehie hat al ready engaged aew ladies, and he has the fincct aad largest taloon in this city. No. CSS Broadway. ?THE KNOWLEDGE OP A BUSINESS WHERE from $3 to $5 per day can ho made, will be given for $5, and no capital required Call at EDWARDS A CO.'S, corner of Dunne and Chatham streets, np stairs' A YOUNG LADY WHO TiCACHES MUSIC. FRENCH and English, wishes tor some pnpils Iwhom she wonld attend at their residence or her owa. Address Miss Butler, Peet Offloe, Stapleton, Staten Island. A TEACHER OF EIGHT YEARS' EZPEEIENCE, WH? A Is qualified to teach the higher branches of an English education, with the French language, Is desirous of obtain ing a good situation for teaching. Satisfactory references given. Address Emily, 162% West 19th st. A CARD -THE SUBSCRIBER WILL RECEIVE NEW pupils daily for class or private instruction la the art of penmanship and bookkeeping. OLIVER B. GOLDSMITH SA2 Broadway. From the Home Journal.? In every profession there is * recognised leading msn? one whose pre-emlnenoe is so de cided, that nobody calls it in question. Among those who teach the art of writing, 01i*er B. Goldsmith it just that in disputably pre-eminent person and recognised head of the profession. A LADY RECENTLY ARRIVED FBOM 1 0ROPE, being acknowledged one of tho best ladies' teachers, pupU of the best masters, both in singing and languages, wishee to give lescoas, either in Italian, singing, or Frenoh and Spanish languagee; speaks English, and brings most un exceptionable refeience. Apply at her retideaoe, 261 Fourth avenue, aear 20th St., or to Mortimer Livingston, 53 Broad way. s French teacher wanted.? either a lady or a gentleman. An Amaricaa nntUmu wiatiea a teacher In the above language, principally far oonvereasion. Addreei, with tini, Ao. , George Petcre, Chatham aquare Port Office. INSTRUCTION.? MB. CHAMBERLAIN'S SEMINARY for joeng men ?nd iadi?a U open day and evening n 43S Broadway, where atudente may purine their atudiei, or re ceive Instruction to enftble tbem to itodr at home. PB. softus respectfully informs the ? citiaena of JeraiT City that he will open an evening acbool on Wcdaaeday, the lKth innt., In the bMement tinder the church in Morgan atr^et, to tench the mw and mnoh admired eyitcm of arithmetic. SBLECT SCHOOL, TORT RICHMOND, STATEN lalnnd.? The MISSES ANTESEIJ. hnre a (mail aelect (cbool in the above locality. The anmber of their boarderi ia very limited, and in their catebliahment the children enjoy all the comforta of ? home. Terma, >125 to $ ISO per annum HOUBKS, ROOMS, AC., WANTED. L'ARM WANTED OF ABOUT FORTY ACRES OF X good improved land within one hoar and a half diataooe bom New York, on a public road and healthy n*ighborhood. State location and prioe or no notice taken. Addreaa, peat paid M M.. Chatham iquare poat ofllec. Newspaper protri etors.? wanted, oni half or the whole of a paying country newepaper ofllce, neutral or democratic. Addraaa Journal. box 1,311 New Fork Poet Oflce, with price aad terma, which mnat fee mode rate and cacy. PART OF A MODERN HOUSE WANTED? IN A reapectabl* neighborhood by a email reapectable family ?f two pcranna aad earvant. Honee fniniehed or aot. Rooiua required ? parlor aad bedroom adjoining, eerrant'a room aad part cl baeemcnt. Addreec F., be? W Herald ottoe. PART OF ? HOUSE WANTED BY A GENTLEMAN aad wife, with only one child, with a quiet, reapeciaMe family, aitaatcd ia the Ninth or flrtecath ward, or thrrea bo iite. PoaecMicn lit Jnce. Rent moderate. Addran, atatlng terma, R. J. J.. to? 170 Herald ottce. PART OF A GENTEEL HOUSE WANTSD-BETWEEN Grand aad Tweatieth atrecta, aad Firat aad Sigtb are aneabya email arrwaMe Amcricaa iami'y. Partlea an ?wiring melt atate location, number a t reemi, and rent. Addreu, let oac weak, lienry Wallace, Union Square Poet Ottoe. ' BPRIKG FASHIONS. BULPIN'S MANTILLAS? IN MOIRE ANTIQUB TAF feta ii Hi, ehaatilly aad real guipnre lace, the rioheet aad cheapeat gooda ia the city, are new ready for ladiae' ia ?pectioa. An eieelient mantilla la black moire aatiqaa at te, aad aU Ue richer kiada pgoportioaauly law. 9bl Broadway UULPIN'8 SAPPHO MANT1LLA1-A SURPRISINGLY J3 beautiful production, ia plala black oil a, moire aa nae aad guifttiro laca. Price raepactirelr $H, $14 aad Sl?. arge aeaortment ready thia week, at the Paria Mantilla Emporium, SB! Broadway. B^uTi'In'S SIX DOLLAR MANTILLAS.? ANOTfl BR addition to rhc fleck thii week; all manafaoturad af the liekMt blaak taMVia illk aed aalvarially pronounced the ckaapeit and proMleet mantilla ' f e??*a ritrie MtntUl* imperii -, r ? Vir HOR8K8, CAKRI AGES, dM. Asupebiob pair of bay hokse> fjb sale er iutu|i. Alas, if desired. a uew oarrtase and barsess, I" M?plit? order. Bursas arc 16 heads high. hob Us, fe?i Bad kiad ia all barasse An opportunity eeld?:n net with te bay ? beautiful aataeiiahineBt Apply to Heat tie, 76 NtoMt ?treel. A T BAZAAR SI CROSBY 8TREBT? WILL liE SOLD il as Wedieaday, at 12 o'clook. tweuty b 'raet, auitatile for all purpose.; alro, ou? coach and h"?rees, one family ear riege, new Bad second head waguas. harness, Aa. C CARRIAGES BUR SALE.-AN ASSORTMENT OF ) oouhM BBd rookasrays. wagona aad bret phaetons; alao oae HMDd band open quarter ooaeh, nowly done ap, and la flrat rata order. Una light omnibus, built for a private gen tleman, suitable for a botal or boarding aobool M. THoMPiOM A CO , 26 Woestor street. /CARRIAGES FUR SALE ? TWO SECOND HAND TOP \J bus glee nearly aaw, will be aald cheap. Call at G. LBAT'S factory, Third avenue and Forty seventh atreet. COW AND CALF. ? FOB SALE, A VALUABLE DUR ham oov aad oalf, youag, aen'.le aui kind a greet milk er; baa gives ail aad seven gallons par day, trioe SUM. Ap ply at northwtat corner of Sixth avenue aad 126th atraet. DOCTOB'S carriage for sale-good style, nearly new, aad in t>a order; eoet 0 Tor #J0>; prioa 1l quire at the stable earner of Twenty eceoad Itreet asd Seveath aveaue. L'OK SaLE ? A LIGHT dodblb seat rock aw ay J? saitable for oae or two boraea Inquire of Mr. 11 C. R AIUNE A U, 39 Chambera street, or at KlAMDEDII'S car riage factory, 2M Niatb avenue, where it oaa be seen. Fob salb? a magnificent gbby gelding, six ta?? band* higo, of fine atyle aad aotion. Can trot la 2:40. aura. Can be seeu at MURNUAM'S, Bloouiiagdale road. lie is ao<r in excellent health, sound and kind in all harneaf, without fault, sevea year* old, aad a more desi rable horae oanaot be found iu the world. ]r<OB SALE -AN ELEGANT AND YBBY YALUABLB family or road borae, eight yaara old, lt>){ hands high, and warranted in every rupee t; also a oae none fami y carriage aad haraaaa. Will be sold together or separate. Apply corner of Blihth avenue aad Fiftieth street, hard ware store. FOB SALE- TWO LIGHT ONE HORSE WAGONS, ararly aew aad very stylish. Apply at the first stable south of Amity street, ia Mer:er, or at 26 Waverley plaoe^ For salb? a pair of pony built horsbs; can trot together in 3V, about fliteea baud# high, aad war ranted sonad. Also, a new light top wagoa, with pole, shafts and harness; also, a two seat rook away carriage, suitable for oae or two horses, with double harneaa? all nearly new. For terms apply to CUAS. HJLL3UURQH, 23d Water atreet. FOR SALE? A PAIR OF WELL MATCHED DAI carriage boraea, about U hands high, six aad sevsn years old. Apply at ISO lront street For salb.? a pair of ponies, fourteen beads high, with light wagon, harness, Ao.; or will be sold separately. They can go batter than three minutes to gether en any read. For par^cnlars address box 3'ii Post ollce. The owner is about leaving for Europe which ia the cause of selling For salb -house, wagon and harness. Horse aark bay, very handsome, young, soaad aad kind; trota well to wawou, and oaatera beautifully under the aad die. Wagon shifting top, eity made; harasss new. Will be sold separately or together It together, for the loir sum of 92M>. Inquire at ELURKB'S Empire Stables, Tweaty-eighth street, between Fif>h and Madison avenues. Fob salb-a beautiful team of perpecily matched ponies both mares; they are sound, kind, very stylish aad good travel ers. Witb harness, sheets, Ao., made tor tbem, all in geod order. Will be sold cheap, as the owner uae ne use for them. Apply to T. A. C.. 47 Front st. For salb-a handsome dark bay horsb, 7 years old, perfectly sound, vsry kind, stands without tyinf:; suitable fir any kind of buiiness; will be sold, if im meaiatety, for 9125. Sold for the want of use Can be seen Ljr applying to OL1YKR A SMITH, 263 Washington st. IfOR SALB? A DARK CHESTNUT HORSB, 15 X HANDS high, six years old, aline, stylish driver, and fast tra veller. To be seen at tho lumber yard oorner of Monroe and Montgemery streets. Fob salb-a very supbbiob bay horsr, six years old, 18 hands high, kind and sound in evory re spect, suitable for any purpose. Sold f.r want ol use. Pnoe 92U>. Can be seen after 10 A. M., at the club stable, Twenty -seventh street, between Broadway and Sixth av. For salb-a beautiful saddle pony, m>? hands hiih, the property ot a gentleman who hat no further use for him. Will be sold low. Also, to let, the house and stables 132 Duane strest; room lor twenty two bones, suitable for baekinger expressmen. For farther par ticulars, apply to BRADLEY A CO., eoraer of Fourth avenue and Eighteenth street. For salb-a bay horse, seven ybars old, 18 hands high, soaad and kind, late from the oountry; sold tor want of use. W. BURK, 81 Third an nua. FOR SAtB-TRUCK TO CARRY FIYE TONS, TWO horses and harness, and two carts; together with the work of a large granite yard, for sale cheap for cash. Apply at 9ti Vesey street, in the segar store. For sale-a light shifting top wagon, in flrat rate running order: well worth 9 IJo, but will he sold torfllK eash. Apply at 168 South street, up stairs. For salb.? a gray mare, IS* hands HIGH; can trot in 3:10 to a 2601b wagon, and can go 15 milea per hour; five years old, and warranted sound, and kind, frice 9400. To be seem at Arcade stables, Eighth atraet, near Sixth avenue. FOS SALE? A VERY HANDSOME FAIR OF BAY horses, ?ix years old, perfectly sound and kind, and lift travellers. Can be M?n at 39 Great Jones streot; price $HWi. For sale? a beautiful light extension top carriage, nearly new, having been la use but three mcnths la the country; built by one of the tint city makera. Address D., Herald omoe. OR SALE-A OIO AND HARNESS. SUITABLE FOR a doctor; it 1* ia good order and will be sold cheap. The F owner is going to leave town and haa no further ute for it. Inquire ot E. B. PLACE, No. 28 Cherry itreet. For sale ?eighteen horses, a large num ber of top and open buggies, new and of euperlor make, aockawsvs, tulkiai and harness. Penon* who wish to pur chase will please call and examine this etook, a* they are offeiod per cent below oltf prince. No. 8 and 10 Nsvini atreet, corner Fulton avenue, Brooklyn. For bale? a splendid iron oray horse, isk hand! bish, kind and geatle ia harneai or oat; will ?tand without tying. Will euit a carman, ooalmaa, or for family ute. Apply at C8 Fifth street. For sale cheap-a new platform spring top wagon, made to order, saituable for a grocer, ex press, or mineral water wagoa, with polo and sha>ts. Caa be eeen at the livery (table S8 W?it rweaty third itreet. Inquire at 309 Sixth avenue, third door from Twenty-third itreet. rR SALE CHEAP-A LAEOE BROWN HORSE, Six teen handi high, suitabls for a eartman or any heavy work; Ju*t from the country; or would exchange for a low prioe mare, to put on a farm. Apply at the corner of Fourth and North Fifth streets, WlUlamsbarg, for three days. FOR SALE CHEAP. IF APPLIED FOR IMMEDIATE iy. one large black horee, about 16}? hende high, eevea years old, suitable for aa express wagon or any other kiad ot basinets; travels a mile in about SK minutes; warrautsd sound and kind. Prioe $250. Also, oas bay Morten p?ny built borso, about IS haads high; a last traveller, aad war ranted sound and kind. Price 9250 Also, one thorou<k bred saddls horse, about hands high, well Vote, for either lady or gentleman; eure footed; has been rode ly a lady; warranted sound. Prioe $130. Apply to KELLY WILLIAMS, feed store, No. V9 Wett Eighteenth street. Goats and kids of every description, and a large billy goat, for sale Inquire of JOHN 1IUR LEY, f en jr- first street, between Third aad Lexington area. Horse for sale? a lioht bay carriage horse, ISM hands, 8 years old, long tail, sound, k<nd and gentle In all harness, free from triek or fault, a good family or doctor's tone; price 9250. Stable in Twenty se cond strest, between Fourth and Lexington aveiues. Horse, rockaway and harness for sale. A line brown horse, 16 bands high, 7 years old, sound and kind, a capital stylish driver, and a ?ood saddle horse; also, a r>ckaway and harness; both have been hut little used; the whole will be sold very cheap if applied for early, a* the owner intends lesving the olty. Can be eeen at the sale and commission stables, No. 2 University place, above Fcnrth street. LADY'S SADDLE IIORSE WANTED.? THE IIoRSE must be thoroughly trained far a lady's use; his gait Bust be an amble, rack, or pace, (A trotting horse will not answer ) Site say 14% hands, mast bs kind, sound, and sure fcoted. A fair prioe will to paid for a horse that will suit. Address 3 a. S., btx 181, Hsrald office. Rd ORGAN HORSES? TH RBE PAIRS OF MATCHED if 1 bays, yonag, kind aad sound; also. ? bay ooU, five years old; can trot a mile iailde of three minutes: also, several very superior single road and family horses, all of tbem lately from Vermont, will be Mid very low. Apply at 21 and Z3 Boerum street, Brooklyn. ON IBS.? FOR SALE, ALL KINDS OF PONIES, about eight and ten bands high; matched ponies for ehlldren, well broke. one havlxg a colt not a weak old. Lan be seen at S3 and 39 Elisabeth St. 0EO T. HALL. HE ENTIRE BS 1 Alll.l SH M ENT OF A GENTLEMAN giving up hia stable, constating of a pair of bay ponies, 15 hands, seven years old, warranted sound, and very fait trot ters; also, a highly trained saddle horse of unusual style and a<tlon, Urea quarters blood; also, a two seated sporting wagon, a set ol light dooble hiu-aess, nearly new. and a mill tary sadole and bridle. Apply at private stable S3 Great Jones street. M TKLKURttPlI. ORSE TELEGRAPH. NawYoaa, Atsi^r sss Brrraui Coarr Atir. List of offices. (No. 2}i W all street, *** Tor* j ?L*NUholae"fio*eL I Metropolitan Hotel. ?P"ekakill, ?Carmel, #C>ldspring, ?New burg li, Pougxkaepsls, ?Rondiut, ?CaUkUl, Hudson, ?Valatie, Troy, *Halston Spa, Saratoga, Albany, ?Schenectady, 'Amsterdam, ?Fonda. ?Fort l-lain, 'Little Falls, ?H erktmer, Utiea, ?Rome, ?Oneida, Syracuse, ? Auburn, ?Seneca Falls, ?Geneva, 'Newark, ?t'anandaigua, ?Palmyra, Roohester, ?Brockport, *Ilsdii>a, ?Bstevla, Lookport, Niagara Falls, *Tonawanda, and Buffalo. The pnblio are la formed that the Morse line has offices at all tbs above i convev desp the Nona I od with an asterisk. This old established line had four good wires between Nsw York aad Bnffalo, aad permanent connections with the most reliable lines of telegraph la Canada and the Western States, as also with the Haas through the Chcoaago YaUey, and from Syracuse to Oswsge end Ogdensburg. Arrangements are n.ada lor tfce ectaMishmeat, in a short time, ot offiooe at the Franklin Hoase, Now York, aad at Clyde Lyoas aad Albioa. >no are inrormeo tnat tae hot re line nas omoes as >ove named places, and will reoeive and Promptly esnatehee for all said places, and that no other than i lias oaa scad communications to the places mark COAL., AC. Flour sio-coal ??.? the peopi R'S old estab lished Coal and Flour Agency, 38 Broadway, will oia tract daring this weak to supply lor the season first quality of coal, at ft per ton, delivered in New York, Wlillsm?burg or Brooklyn. Down with the monopoly ia coal aad tour. D/UrODK) AOAPRMM. _ TnE ELEGANT ART OF DANOINcT TAUGHT IN ONI coarse of looeons. at nefr-nef BOHD't academies, flTKt ft rr ad way, on Tuesdays <i?d Fridays; ColnmMse Hall, SM Grand street, Meodatsand Thnr?iry?, of evti week iaolud ing tic summer ts?u'hs. Any one waits tiugbt perfect la loiso-.e 1TOR MLB. ?59 ? ?OR 8AI.I, THE LEASE, STOCK AND yr' ?<'vU. Bitum of a first sUa limilir grocery etore. This i> a corner ??and, A No. I now Join* e -planlid kill n*?? and la unquestionably tfca teat ebauuo over offered. Apply at 2hy Broadway, room ho. 1# GEORGE W 3IMIR3. i <15^00 -,P0R bale, tiie lk.ase. stjcc and fix ?TwUv. turvs of an old established meat and vegetaale ; uiatket, aituated od on* of tba greatest tbnronf bf?r*a, la . tbe mo.t bueintee part of tba eity This It a rare obaaoo. Appl? immediately , at 280 liroedway, room *o 1". GK</RGE W. SIMER3. 3*9^0 0NLY ri)R ONE OF THE BIST LITTLE 3E tPAtJV gar stoms in this city to make aoaey ; this i? a corner ?t%nd, and a splendid chauoo for any person wUhiajr toeimtm iheakor.. Apply, thl. day. at "i-ty Broad ?ay, room III ^ GEO. W. S1MERS. <*100 ~Z& OOOD INVESTMENT, EIGHTY MINUTES' ijDAUV. rid* Irom tba City UaU. at Wa.t Mount Vernon, a building !?'? M by 1(M feat. far $100. Addraas 1'lal, Herald offioe. A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOB SALE ?a Rye Nook, aituated on tba Uostou tornpike road. La# r the watar, half a mile from Mamaroneck Station, oa tba New Yerk and New Haven Railroad The ground* ara haadsoinely laid oat, and oiutain a tine lava, garden, and all kl> da of ornamental shrubbery; fruit, flu war*, Ao, Tb? booM if w*U abadad by a p??? of foreat trees, and ooatata* tan room*. Apply to T S. SHIPBERD, SI Qold atraat. -A TTENTION I? TO GROCERS, HOTEL KEEl'ERS, 2\ and otbor?? An old eatabliehed and valuable Philadel phia wiae and liquor atara lor sal* ?The und*r?<n*d, de sirous of retiring from tlia wholeaale aad retail wine aai liquor bU'iaeaa, offais tba good will, large (took, aad haud aom? fixtures of hie establishment far aale. It i* aituatad ia a great thoroughfare, in aloe* proximity to the market housee, wharves, and Kaighus Point, Red Bank, aad Glou cester ferries. This bouio baa be>n established for over forty year*; aad, ia point of character far prompt payment*, and article* aold, stande A No. 1. Tfca new lloeaae law of Pennsylvania, by eloaing a * ery large number of hotel* and groceries, will have a tendency to increase the preaent buai na*a (till mono* A* I am daairau* of taking a trip to Evropo tbu aoaaons should a respomible purchaser o ima forward be fore let of June. I will cloaa with bin at $3,1100. T-rma ?aay Addr-.e or apply to D. M. M1TCUESON, 76 South ?treat, Philadelphia Bakery and confectionery for sale, with good round of cuatomere, good horae aad new wagon, now baking 15 bbla. per weak, aituated in the olty of Hud aen. N J., near the Court Houie For further par'lcu ar* inquire on tbe promisee. THUS. MORROW. COUNTRY HOUSE AND GARDEN FOR SALE- IN Earn Cheater, Weatehoeter county, u mtlaa trom tbe city, one mil* from the New Haven Railroad depot. The bouta ia 25x90 feet.witb painted walla, double parlor, eliding door*, registers and heator AUo carriage houae anl atabla. All in good repair. The garden ia 200x 400 feet, neatly laid out ana ? too lied with a great variety of ohoioe fruita aad flowara, asparagus la abundance, Ao.. anil well shaded. Price 16, 0M> Voruia easy. More land can be had, if wanted. Inquire of R. CRaIGHEaD, 53 Yeaoy atraat, or A. If. DUNUOMBE, on the premiaea. COAL YARD FOR SALR.-LIASK, HORSE, CARTS, aad all lixturee complete of a w. 11 established coal yard, ia on* of the beet Incationa in the city, will be *aid at a very low price Any pereon deeiring to engage in the bndine>a will And thia ona of the boat opportunities ever offered. Ap tly on the promiiot, 322 Eighth avenue, corner of Tweuty aovtntb atreet. COAL YARD LRASE FOR SALI -YARD ALL UN" der oovor, in couiplat* ordor, having boon Ion* estab lished, and a lane run of custom; it un ono ol the moat buaiu**? avenn** on th* wast aido of tho city. Addrea* V. R. , 520 Hudson atreot l'ost Office. CONTRACTOR'S ESTABLISHMENT? FOR SALE OR exchange, couaiiting of a valuable four (tory tenement bouM, tho dwelling part woll rented. Tool* of every descrip tion for open>ng and widening street*; tea|hor?ea and earl*. Nino year* ottabliahed and doing an ext?a*i*e buaineai. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway, CI.IFTON, STATEN ISLAND? BOUSK AND LOT for sale on Clilf atraat, 25 feat by 31, two storiea and laiemcnt, lot 25 by 100. The houao ia built in best manner and will be *old on Uvorabl* term*, and a rcaaonable part of pnrchare money can remain on bond and mortgage. Apply to DAVID JAM1ESON, 2*7 Eighth avenn*. Drug store for sale at a bargain, for one half it* value; price 6350; the (tore is well eatab linhed, with a good run of custom, and ia a good situation to niak* money. None but a cash ouatomer need apply. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. Elegant country residence for sale? With the turnitnro, carriage, Ao , and 30 acre* of land, 1>? mile* tc m tbe Naw Brunawiok depot, N. J., on th* banaa of tbe Rsrttan, aad eommanding a magnificent view. Tbe Lou*e it in the Gothic atyle. lately built with the bc?t material*, and filled In with brick. A photograph of the plac* can be ieen atthc office of F. D'HERYILLY, 13 Ex change place. Farm of ie acres, in darien, conn., so rods from New York ana New Haven Railroad, well frulte 1 and water >d, in good condition, and healthy location Th* who o or part tor aala, or ax?hanrad for improved property in New York or Biooklyn. Inquire at 66 Columbia (treat, Naw York, ol N. ROBERTS. Fifth avenue property for sali-four first olaa* browa (tone front hooset, situated between Thirty fifth and Thirty-tixth streets, four storiea high, with All the modern improvement* A large portion of the pur cba*e money may remain on mortgage. Apply to NICHOLAS GOODWIN A CO., 23 Maiden laae. Fits new danfortb frames, isi spindles, 4 inch traverse spindles, 3 inches apart. Price S2 75; 1 (pooler, HO epindlea, h iuoh traverse, ipindle* iW inceet apart. Price >2 BRUNDREDT A BRANDT, machinery agent( and brokers, 176 Chatham atreet. CIOR BALK? AN ICR CREAM SALOON ON RYE I1 Beach, ahont one mile from Rye itatlon, New York and N H. railroad; a good chaace for any person wishing to engage in the busiaeis; Rye Boaeh being a place of great reaort during the warm season The house is 5*) fee* by 15, and nearly newigrouai rant tlft per year; piiee $700. Rea son tor lelllng the owner is going Wait For further parti culars inquire on the (remisee. For salr-on hackrnsack. plank road. three ar d a half mile* from Hoboken ferry, N. J-, a house known ai the New Durham Hotel, and four aero* el laad, which cannot be exoelled a* a profitable buslnea* location. Apply on tho premiaea, to Mr(. SARAH McDuNOUOH, or to WN. C. Barrett, 10 Wall atreet, Naw York. For sale as a hotel? a double housk, con talning 18 large room*, eeotralir aad very de*irably lo oa ted, in the boantiful village of Fairfield, Ct., noted for llae road* aad aea bathing, diatant two boar* from Now York by New Haven railroad, and four mile* from th* eity of Kridgeoort; no hotel In tba plaoa. aad vary maeh needed; l( in eomplate ordor, and eaa be had furaiahed or not; bara 90 by 7A Terms moderate and very easy. Apply to F. W. E.NAPP, 91 Broadway. For salk-an eight horsr power rnoinr, with boiler aU eomplate, and in good running ordor. Apply at the Brooklyn Flint Glaa* Work*, near South ferry, Brooklyn, wh*re the engine can be aeon. FOR 8ALK? A GOOD BAKERY. WHRRS THR Busi ness la first rate. Reaeon for celling out, the proprietor is about leaving the eity. A horae and wagon for ontaid* customer*, with a good route, already eatabliihed. For fur ther information inquire of V. G ROTE. 78 Fulton *tr**t. fOR SALE? THE SPLENDID FOUR STORY AND taaement house* on Thirty -aoeond street, near Ninth ?venue. Any perton wishing to purchafe will find thl* a rat* opportunity Inquire of JOHN MoCLEAN, 9)3 West Thirty fourth (treet; or of HENRY McLEAN, 395 Kighth i avenue, in the evening. I For sale? a grocery and liquor store, on one of the beet comers in the Seventh ward. It quire on the premiaes, 58 Market (treet, oorner of Monroe. A leaae will be givea. liiOR SALE-A FRENCH RESTAURANT, SITUAT ED J? ia the best buslneee locality down town, fitted ap in the moat elegant *tyl*. It 1* doing an *x**l'ent caeh bntiae**, and patronlt'd by th* beet olaa* of hueinbs* men. Inquir* at tt* offic* of St. Louie Hotel, 101 Cbamber( (treet. For sale.? the owner of a very profita ble Jewelry establishment, in th* vicinity of tbe Aetor Honse, now rending In tbe oountrv, would dlspo** of the least ; stock aad fixtures, at a bargain; terms eaay to a good parr baser. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. For sale? the lease and fixtubrs of a first claaa boarding houae; leaae to run one yeu from May 1, 1850; looation good; houaa filled with boardere; hat Lean kept by tbe preaent proprietor tbe laat three years, who li obliged to relinquish on account of ill health. Addree* House, Herald office. For sale-thk lot, corner of van brunt and ['resident streets, Brooklyn, No Si with the im provcments and materials upon it. Terms accommodating. Inquire of Chan. T. Lowero. Ksq , 97 Fulton street, or K. Goulard, 42 President at., Brooklyn. For sale? a chance rarely offerro? a tea and coffee store, situated in 8onth Brooklyn, now d >in( a good buslnaii. For torma and particular*. iaquire on th* premie**, 47C Atlantic street. Satisfactory reaaoas given for ?ailing. fOR SALE? AN OI.D ESTABLISHED CASH BUSI ness. for S300, where a tsarl man cannot help clearing hli $3 COO every year, ovar all expanse*. Alio, ZWiaores of splendid land wall looatad In llllacte, for ?7 a* per aare. Also, tire building lot# and tbrea bouses at Port Richmond, L. 1. Apply at 211 Broadway, room 13. For pale-a viixa, situated on the banks of the Hudson river, about forty Ave minutes' nde by railroad Iront the City Hall, Naw York, with a beautiful view of tbe river and surrouadtag country. The houao ia new, ot the first elaai, and replete with every convenience, C'roton water ttroughont, laths, water elo>eta, stationary basu a, dumb waitera. gas pipea, range, fnrnaoe, Ac. Itsao cessibility by cara and it errs rendere it very ooeirable. Terms easy Apply to PHILIP * "W ILK1N8, auctioneer, No. 2 Broad (tract, corner af Wall. FOR SALE-HERE IS A RARE CHANCE TO OET a bargain.- A tbrea story aad ba<ement brick hour*, in a genteel neighborhood, on Hicks street, Brooklyn, nearly new, with gaa flitnrea, mil tniahad, with full lot. Sold ta IIMHIIIII of the own- r leaviag tne city. Apply immedi ately, to C. Q. TH0BH80N. 81 Nassau at., room No. 7. For salb? 10,000 pounds oood nova scotia oodfish, ia tierces, A00 pounds each, at $.1 per 100 pounde; 74 boiee eoeWd hetrlng. extra quality, at .VI cents; 100 iitto, (lightly das aaed, at 40 cents; 3,000 pounds damaged I'rus sia* bine*, atHpir 100 pounds; 9 doiea French olivoi. T. JOYCE commiaaion merchant, 138 Maiden laae. L'OR SALR? A OOOD MILK BOUND, WELL BSTAB r liabad Inquire at S D. BINGHAM'S. Flttr **ooad, ?t., betwtaa Second aad Third avennee. To be sold wtthoat reserve, aad at a bargain ae the owaor has othar buainaea. U?0R SAIE ? FOUR LOTS AT ELI ZABBTII FORT, N. r J .on Coort street, near Fourth opposite Wm. Zimmer man's hotel; tcrme eaay. Also, fanr farms at Clark sto wit, Kt'Clleid county, SO mile* from Naw York; and one alaa acre fsrm at Roasville, Statea Island at a great bargain; one of 76 aores at Sprlag Valley, 36 miles by railroad iron the city. Apply at 57 Fnitoa atieat. For sale cheap-a small past steamboat, rf 00 ta H*> horee power, with an eioelleat coadeaaing engine aad very economical as tecarda consumption of faaL Apply ta J. PUWEK8 02 Teath etreat FOR SALR CHEAP.? OM ROLLER EMBOSSING wr?M, suitable for * as bossing tinfoil, leather, eloth, A*. Apply at the store 171 Lawlaatras*. For sale at williamsmuro-tbb beautiful maasiea 4M Grand otrret, with aavea fall lata la car doa. and #ae fruit; aarriag* hoaaa on Pawara street The boas* ia perfect order, aad Immediate Vpasaasaioa, If re quired Lowest nriee $17 .V*V, half tha ammat may ramaia for ?r* years, at legal Internal. Apply oa the premise*. For salb or exchange.? tiib stock, machine rr, aad good will af a baadaeme pay tag moehaaioai boat ?ess In this ?My, wHh aa maoh work as eaa be tuned of with tha machinery now la operation, aad cap* Me af b*iag greatly extended. A first rait* at a nee tor a carpenter wha fa a gaad meebanlc. aad ha* aome idea of running laaobiao 1 ry tH'l be sold low, or ?a?haai(c4 for a email pUee In tb* OvuetrT . Ad .!?*-? I>u.-Ik??i, ll :<al J vitas, l?* %kt? d*y?. KOK BALB. ITOI BALK ? A LOT CF COUNTERS AND KHTDIM, tuitabic for a clothier or dry *o<-ds (tor*, nsarly M?t must b. Mid i hi* day. at >w "mm ilfMt FOE 8A1.E AT A SACRIFICE ? A CONYES1ENTTWO '<orr Ii?ih uJ tlx low with fro it of itritai kinds. eat tlic corur ?f WuUi?u? ud Monroe a treat*. Ixt ilmk l?n convenient to nn and sta?ej. Apply to Tkoau ft Street, 3?K I'mo street, Nit York, or to C. Celomaa, Mt the preuuses. For sale at southpoet. ct.-a house witu half aa sere of ground. Ths house is 24 by 30 feet, wtffc Biennis. Ou toe lower Boor s hen, parlor, kitobea siak room, bedroom, sa l two large pastries, sai lour chain bead in good repair Pr?it tr>os, a sued well, sad tardea CM session giteu iaawlltUI;. Refer to Wakeiuaa, Oimea ft Co , Now York, or to Dr Sherwood, near ths premises. TTtUK SALE OR EXCHANGE? THE LEASE AN* f II X" tores of eas oi ths hands* 1*S?1 and bs?t loottei diauac saloons In this oity , in tha most public tborou^btarst; ? tures are of the most costlv style; rant Isw; saloon lift M square. Apply to E. McMAHON, 176 Chatham street. Fk>r sale, to let, OE EXCHANGE rOE CITY property? A lu|t, now, throe story house, built fir a hotel, with two aorea of land, attested in ths village a# Blooming Viow, States Island, tswn of Westfield, quarter eC a mile from the Reformed P. D church. and two mites fkeaa Bossville, wbsts two steamboats ply dad/, at ona sUUm each way, aad only one hour aad a half from tha oity. Tha premises are within throe quarters of a mite of Prison bay, ft moid delightful plaoo (or bathing aad fishing. The bailoiaJ[ Is 36 by Ml Basement ar first story, ha* In rooms, wttfi hall through centre, and washroom attaehed. Second Stacy has two sets of parlors an oaoh side hall, and four olosata; doors, throughout, varnished. Third st?ry has sevea mai olaaat aad hall, all hard finished. fourth story has ateM rooms, all coavsnient aad wall airsd, with a Wge (I above. Cellar under the whole house, with a most aaoa Wjj ** tha_k?tehea. Woil 1 accommodate two I ? . , the kitehea. Would accommodate two large pi It ate famlliea. ThSspespaaty la remarkably wail sit natal aad 1? ?a*t admirably snieniatei tot a seminary, baatdtag FOR SALE OR TO LET? THE FIRST CLASS BROWW stone dwelling house, >13 West Ttilrtp-lourth ntreet also first olaM brown stone dwelling house, 22 0 Wast TUrtv aeoond atroat. Uoth these house* art new, built in elaaaai ?t; la, and with all the modern improvement Terms af payment will be made very easy to purchaser*. Inquire of V.R. TKAYERS, at EdwardH. Ruler A Ce.'d, 6 J Waft street. tM)R SALE OR TO LET? FOUR BEAUTIFUL MODEM! X" three story hoaees, with four full lots to eaeh, em bracing a greenhouse and fruit, beautifully situated. Bear tha East river, at Hall Gate. on Eight) ninth street -fare ax eenta bv Second avenue railroad A pleasant home eaa be sec urea at a bargain, it application be mad* *oaa to ft RICHARDSON, 212 Fifth avenue. Also, to let, situate op posite tbe above bouses the elegant manaioa (formerly t he residence ef Mr Prime J. with twenty eight lots of jrronmA handsome! r shaded with old forest tree*. Beat aandacata. Apply as above. Hotel at Wilmington, n. c., for sale.? the prop-rty situated oa north side of Market street, vol known as tbe Caroliaa Hottl. will bs sold at publio auotioa. on Saturday, >4 Juae pro*., if not previsaaly diapeied ef aa I rivals sale. Terma easy. Per further particulars apply ta ? C. A R B. WOOD, or JOHN HcKAK. Leather, finding and shoe stoee for SAbft. ?For sale, the stock, fixtures aad lea?e of an old eitah iishsd leather, Hading and shoe store, |aow doing a goad business. Apply at 192 Grand street. PLEASURE BOAT FOR SALE? SCHOONER KIGORtt. about ten tons in oomplete order, end well fouad hn every reelect. Will be sold very cheap. Apply to A. T Jens*, No. 116 Broadway. ^ mo DRY GOODS MERCHANTS.? FOR 3ALE, A BOOT X >18, WW worth oi salsable dry goods, with new aad ooae plete fixtures and oountors. Also, leans of store aad heaa^ two years to run this May; store <*) by XI foot Location ea good a* any in the city of New York. This i* aa exoellealb opportunity tor aa energetlr badass* firm to make money. Butinees eetablUhed seven years. Offers received for t*a day*, if not disposed of Tbe stock now assorted will ha ra tal led off, and the premises let or Isasad to a rod dry goafti firm. Apply to S. B. MORRIS, 102 Sixth avenue. TO GAS COMPANIES AND CONTRACTORS. -FOB sale, aga* holder, X> leet dismetor by 18 loot in height, with a cut iron tank containing the same; al*o, three seta o< dry lime purifiers, 'J leet K inches by 5 feet, with inlet aad outlet pipes 8 Inches diameter; tbe hydraulic ssals aad ?alvo* all oomplete. The above oan be seen at the Maahat tan Gas Works, Seventeenth street station. TO BUTCHERS AND PORE DEALERS ? FOR SAbft. a three stoiy brick house, with stsrs uadorasath, aad smokehouse attached; beneath the whole is an ioe cellar, containing one thousand tons of ice; tbe bettom i? on sharp sund; six* of house 8* feet front by So leet deep, situated ea the junction of Division and IIarri?on avenues. Ilro iklya. This property is a good chance for ths above busiaeea. Term* easy, Inquire of SAMUEL AC LD, 23 We it si., N. T. TIIROCSNECK PROPERTY FOR SALE, CONSISTIfta ol a commodious dwelling house and luitable outbuild ings about nine sere* of land, wt?h a variety ef fruit trace, grape*. Ac , situated near the village of Weatchester, oppe Mte the realdeaae of Alfred SeatoiL Eiq. Apply te A. riNDLAY, II Spring itteit. WILL BE SOLD ATA SACRIFICE, AND ON EAST term*, those two three story very desirable brick buildings in Sixty first street, near the First avenue, afford ing a beautiful view of tbe East river, finished in best style, with gas, bathe, ranges, beaters, Ac.; 1st 25 by 100; inde pendent wall* sixteen iuche* up te second story. Apply to PECARES. BERNSTkIN A PHILLIPS, <H Liberty ( REWARDS. <tl KA REWARD.? THE STORE OF THE CNDRR signed, Ne. 534 Broadway, wa* entered ea Wed nesday niglt, May 9th, and about fifteen hundred dollaca worth of eleihi, cairimeres, vestln**, and formatting goods takea therefrom lbs above reward will be paid for theia oovery of tbe goods, or a propoi tlonate amount for any part Ot the roods stolea. FRANCIS BALU. RBWARR.? LOST OR STOLEN? A GOLD Pft tent liter watch, having ornamented gold faoe aad lie name F. J. Mulford engraved on Its back. The above reward wiU be paid for the recovery el ths watch, aad aa questloai naked. JOHN E. RUSSELL, 56 CUff street. $50 the nam $50 REWARD.? JOHN GILLESPIE. CUTLER, EMN P ? burg, who lett Scotland ta 1830, redded some ties la Newton, N.C.. and wa* acquainted with a Mr Thomaa Primroaa, merchant, there, will hear of aomethleg te bis advantage, or aay persoa procarlag certificate ef hi* death will reoeive the above reward, by applyiag te MuBftftT LOGAN A CO., age at* for Jobm Diet* A Sea's (peel cot ton, New York, fl[OC REWARD.? LOST, ON SATURDAY NIGHT. IN the store, eoraar of Johnson aad Faltoa street a, or goiag from there te Myrtle aveaue, dowa to Jay street, a lady's aarte-aaaaaala, containing a beat glOO, ia three e* four bUls. 1 he flador will receive the above reward aad tha thanks of the owaer ea tetaraiag It to A. Dortea, 99 Uv re ace street, Brooklyn. d>On REWARD.? STOLEN, OE TAKEN'BY mi stare, ?ipe-U from a Harlem Railroad oitv car, near the Park, ea Moaday afternoon, asmal black traveiliag bag, mueh wan, bad a white leather label oa the handle, with the letters ' O. B ," oa It Tbe above reward will be paid fit tbe retara ed the bag or the paper* eeatalaed In it, te 1HOS. DOUGLASS, Ne. S Piatt i ?(>n REWARD. ? LOST, ON WEDN19DAY EYRN tan, fth inet., bttvMD Broadway tod Eighth ava nue can, a gold watob, TobiM. maker. l.lT?rpMl The lii er, by returning it to U. 8. SHORT, at Aitor Bowling *a? loon will tMtin tha a bora. Pawnbroker* plaate atap Uw aame. tin reward, and no questions asked ? ipiv Loat id a Sixth avenue car, May 14. h, a ptntlaf law and other patera of no value exeept to tha oriir, la a J allow wrapper, addraaaad T. Bnlley Mjraa. Etq, Secretary, aek u a particular favor, aa tbejr wara la my oharga aa conductor that tha ladar will rctora tbam to tha ttipuii taadant'a offioa. Sixth Araaae aad Forty third atraat. Cil A3. CLARK. (J>"1 A REWARD.? LOST, ON MONDAT EVENING ?4P 1 .U ML l<th mutant, in Foartaanth atraat, or gain* ta to the Academy of Muaie, a gold and blua enntmelled bracelet, aet with pearl*. aad baa two ta>aela attaehad. Tha above raward will ba paid by leturning it to 179 Eait Fear teentb a tract, Pawnbroker* will pleaaettop it ahaaldU ba offered. QC REWARD.? LOST IN THE VICINITY OF LHZ ?TU ipgton avenue aad Twenty aiith atraat, about * week amoe, a Hack Scotch terrier pop; abort aara and tail Wfca ever will retnrn him to No H Eaat Twenty aixth atraat, ahall receive the above raward. q?C REWARD -LOST OR STOLEN, FROM 1ST A* ITT ?P? ) atraat, lirookiya, a email Havana paodla, aaawartSR to the name of "Fanaj," remarkable lor her fine olear eyaa, and tor a habit ofeerateliio* ncr eara. REWARD.? LOST, IN E IGriTn AVENUE, A pocket book, containing menoraadumt aad aeme pa per) or uo value exoept to tha owner. If aeat to S3 N aaaa* ?treat, tha above reward will ba paid and no quaatloaa a?kad REWARD^ -LOST, ABOUT TWO WEEKS SINCE! aver/ email rou^h terrier alut, with leug eari aad tail. The finder will receive tha above raward ay laarla? bar at 87 avenue C. a- pTfifli Reward^will be paid tiii findIr Vt/.vU ot aa eanameiled mourning pia, with the felioar tn> initial* engraved: J. F. July lith, INI. aad 8. I., Jan uary LUtb. lHiH. if returned to tha owner, at Na. US Weak Eleventh atreet. ASTROLOGY. Astrology.? dr. wilson, no. 173 dei.ancrt atreet.? I am bappy to inlarm the American people that kueineat thia lommir will greatly revive, employment be come more abuadant, and commerce will greail iooreaaa, ??viae great advantage to the people, ( rope will beabaa dantly baatowed, abd the price of prodaea will fall. Lat America ;r?Ba|a at peaoe. A marriage of great noteaaw oecura. Astrology and phrenology.? the cbi.r<v t. rated Mre. Flaary, from Paria, wboae re atlaa haa be>-n constantly consulted by Napoleon I., give* infarnatiaa on all event* of Ufa. Mi Broome atreet. C CLAIRVOYANT RX AMI NATION 8 ? BY MRS HAYBS, j the beet aaaiag clairvuyaat in tbe United state* Every lady troubled with diaaaaa mt Inward weakaaaa ahauld aaa ?ult Mra. Hayaa at onaa. Oflloe 17tf Grand atraat: two dean ? ait of Centre H arkat. Dr. Uayaa, electrician aad payahata iW; Madame morrow -this highly gifted lady ie a aevanth daaghter, aad hat a natural gift ta teU alt the event* of Ufa, evea tba v*ry t sought*. She la the meet wonderful Aatralogaat ia tha world. No oharga If sat aatia led 76 Broome etreet, near Caaaaa. Geatlamea aet ad character of th'o kli^T Ml" of ?ha haSJTSU mtrRAIICR. MECHANICS' FIRE INBPRANCB COMPANY QAJW tai tiMUXL-oaea, Shoe aad Leather laak kwMtag, T71 Broadway oaraaref Cbnaibere atraat, -TkiiaeaeauS oapital having eH b?? paid IM la pvnp*rad ba hwiiiWg la??. merobaadiaa. ?Mf? ia port, aad thefe earnaa hi? a hold turaltare, aad per^aal pr gaamftr, aaM ?kit R. Dawaai, Baoratarr. ma aero aa. Wat. H. De Oraat, iaaea Ttabaut, Ti uw la Runt, Daniel P .Smith, Alexander Philip, Alex. MeCetter. Chaa W. Copelaad, Nathan A luwi Rdward De Oraa< J."hn R Hora, Joha Jay, BarUatl taMfc. Da?iet S Parting, Faraa 1. Cooa hparot,

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