Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 8, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 8, 1867 Page 3
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A1 BOAR DERI AMD LODGBKH IVAHTED. At frankfort house, corner ok frankfort and William slreeia, 2SG rooms; great reduction in |iri.-*-a; S6c, tofcjc. per day; fclJU $3 per we?k. Open ail A PRIVATE FAMILY AT ? WEST TWELFTH street can ?ecotiiinoiiate a genllemjiu and wile ami two g'Utlenion with Furnished Boons and Hntird ; ser vant* and children not taken; references required. AT it# AND 174 BLBECKEB STREET, SIX BLOCKS wet* at Broadway.?KUiaatnl Rooms with eacellent iio-ud, i". to $12 per week. Families *ccuruiugly. AT m WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET?NEAR THE JMftli Avenue Hotel, a hMdaoaM 1'urior Floor to lei, with or without Board; a private table If desired. AUo Room* far siugke gentlemen. AT SI LEXINGTON AVENI'E, CORNER TWEVTY fillii street, newly furnished Kooma uu second f.t:d third Moors, with plain coeKlng and abundant latelc, no tout lug in Mm,: rofereuoes exchanged. A LADY DESIRES TO MEET A PARTY OP OENTLE m<-n who would secure her a well-i urnishtMl House, to whom ana would give choice ol R.n>ui? and tirst class itoard. Highest testimonials given. Addreaa U?tte, box 6,944 I'oal ufflne. T 1? EAST TWENTY-FIRST STREET, BETWEEN and Third avenues.?A lew single gen lemeu be luxeuitnodatpd with good Hoard and comfortable Rooms; te rms $6 to $7 per weak. References exchanged. A HANDSOMELY FtRNI.->HED ROOM, WITH OR without Bedroom attached. to let to ainj0e gentlemen only, lu a French family, at 66 West Fourth street, V> a,h inguui square. A?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, Singly nr en suite, ? With or wiihuut Pnfau Table, At 21 West fcighteeutu aueet, near Fiiih avenue. A COUI'LE OF NIC ELI FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH .A Board, for two ladiea or lady and geutlemau, at No. 9 Boat Foujtb street, between Laiayelie place at|d Broadway. AW1V OF ROOMS, ON SECOND FUIOR, HASH aoiutdy furnished, to rent, WiUt liral datta Board. tW Madison avenue. A tor NO WIDOW LADY HAS A HANDSOMELY fill Dished Rom to lei lo gentlemen, w! ere they eau have the oomiorta of a good boine. Call far two days, or addreaa Mra. Sinclair, iu highlit avenue. A SUIT OK FIRST CLASS ROOMS, WITH EXCEL kiut bv/ienic Hoard, can lie bud at the Turkish Bath Establishment. t>S and Bo Columbia street, Brooklyn Heights. U ee minute-' walk from Kulton terry. AN AMERICAN WIDOW LADY WILL LET, WITH Board, a few nicely furnished Rooms. Terms rea.-ou Able. Call al li* Waverley place, near Hammond street. AFUKMSHED SECOND FLOOR TO LET, WITH Board, House with all modern improvements: also a few mble hoarder*; no moving. Call at#l&4 Kasl Thirty third stri ct. A SECOND KIjOOK, I1AKDSOMBI.Y*FURNISHED, TO let to gentlemen only, without board. Reu-reucos re quired. 44 feast Twentieth street. ALAKi.E AVI) HANDSOMELY FURNISIIKD ROOM can l>e bad, with first claaa Board, for a gentleman and wife or two gentlemen, at 110 Fourth avenue, near Twelfth ?treeu AT 17 WAVERLEY PLACE?SUITS OF ROOMS ON drat lluor, suitable for families or a party ol gentlemen, to let, with first claHa Board; reterenoes exchanged. A LA ROE FRONT ROOM ON THIRD FLOOR, WITH Bedroom adjoining, will bo let, together or singly, with Board; terms moderate; references exchanged. Apply al TO East Seventeenth street. A PLEASANT FURNISHED PRONT ROOM TO LET? J\ With Hoard, auiuble for two persona; family small; c. mi oris enjoyed. Apply ai 203 West Nineteenth street, just below Eighth avepue. A NICELY FURNISHED KLEASAN t ROOM TO LET? to gentleman and wife, or single gentlemen, with Board; ?lso one unfurnished Room; houae new and every conve nience. cars pus* the house. Apply to day at No. 1 Van Meet place. Charles street. A-PLK ABANT FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, WITH ? Board, In a desirable location, near cars ami stages. Apply at & East i hirty-tlrat street. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A FURNISHED second fioor tront Room, to a gentleman and wjfe or two single gentlemen with Hoard and every eouvdhitncc; terms moderate. Apply at 138 Earn Thirty.fifth street. BOARD-a FEW SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE AC. eommodated with Board, pleasant Rooms, on re.uoti able terms; also front Room for four; d*v boarders. Apply at 8S3 Oreenwleh atreet (Wyoming Hotel.) gOARD.-A WELL FURNISHI.D, HANDSOME ROOM, with Board, to a gcaihunuu and wife; also two single was fur ge inlemen. AUimpiovemeuts; terms moderate. )tt Waverley place. Board.?85 clinton place. eighth street, near Fifth avenue, aeally.Furnished Rooms cap be had, with t:r?t class Hoard. No moving 1st May. Applyjss B IS?' OARD AT 32 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET, WEST of Kroadway ?Rooms snltanle for families and single lienien. m.iy be oblained. Pxivate table given If denUud. motlorale. BOA HI) ON STUYVESANT PARK.?ELEGANTLY PUB ninhed Hooma. with fir t claaa Hoard, lu a private facu 41y. 161 rjvt fifteenth atreet. Brooklyn board.-to let, tooether or separately. a suli of Rooms. on aecund tloor, with good doeeta. Apply at 21 Weai li.U.o street. Dinner at halC put six. References required. Board ikbrooki.yn.-a gentleman and wife, and a f?w single gentlemen ran be accommodated with reaaaa, formatted or unlurniahed, with ?r without Board, oy ?Oftying at Iff Kuitoo MtreeL FBRNlfcHED booms?with BOARD. FOR FAMILIES or single aentlemen. Term* moderate. 93 West Forty flttb street. Furnished rooms to let?without board, for ODe gentleman each on third floor; family private: ??moving In May. Mo. 4 Second itieiit, flrat houae from ?be Bowery. Furnished room, bedroom and kItchen to let?Suitable for man and wife er two single gentle bo. Inquire at tH Bast Twenty-li fth street. TCURNI8HED BOOMS TO LET.?APPLY AT 119 WEST J* Fifteenth stieeL IjlURNISHED BOOM TO rent-A NICELY FUE JT nulled Hall liedmom. for gentlemen only; price $350 gmr week. Apply at II Eaat Broadway. T7UK8T floor PARLOR, POB GENTLEMAN AND 1* wife, or geata ranming. with select bathroom, und cioa eta tn tie room. Private table or board. No. 8 University BNTLEMBN CAN FIND PLEASANT ROOM, WITH VT fall Board, at Mi West Twenty-second atreet. ANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR without Board, at 74 Ninth atreet. Referenuea ex No moving la May. H H amdsombly furnished ROOMS T<l LET-EN anile or aingle. witb or without meals, ?t Utt Clinton O. 7 GREAT JONER STREET.?A splendid PAR tor Suit, with firat claaa Boartl; private table if deaired. aingle and double Koann. with Board. O. 1? WEST FIFTEENTH STREET.?A K1CELY furnished Room, with breakfaat for one er two gen - a. French family. Betereocea required. g\MB OR TWO GBNTLBMEN MAY OBTAIN PLEAS 'V aat furnished Booms, with Board, In ? private fami ly, at IM ClMitou place. qnro gf.ntl.embn can ^b furnished w,riH A me ils In a private family, about fifteen minutes' walk from the City HaIL Terms fa per week. Addreaa S. J. W., ~ " 1 office. O GENTLEMEIf CAN BB~AOCOMMODATED WITH a Parlor Betkoom. neatly furnished, with or without Terms low. Apply at 143 Henry street. FTWO OR THREE FINB. PLEASANT ROOMS TO LBT. A with Board, ta? private family; good bouse, home and leaaUon. Apply at 175 Lexlngtoa aveuue, between Thirty dtrat and Tbirty-aeceod streets. qiwo OR rilRBB FOUKG MEM CAN BE ACCOMMO A. dated with good Board and Lodgings, at 181 Firat are Ma, eniraaoa lu tUeraoth atreet. lagrnrt for Mrs. HOY, top T? ru RENT?A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT HALL Bedroom for one or twe gentlemen. 40B Eighth avenue, t doors ahare Forty-e?cood atreet. m AND $1 PER WEKK-MB* WEST THIRTY-THIRD street. To let, without board, large newly furnlshod i; hot and eoto water; bath rooes: g?a included. KTU AVENUE. BO. a-ONB LABUB DOUBLE ROOM nJ to let, wtth dratciaae Board. QC WEST EIOHTBENTH 8TBBKT?BLEOANTLY Oil furnished Rooms, ea suite and aiogly, to let, with ?aand, to lot atoaapartiea. *| qr NINTH STREET. A FEW DOOR* FROM BROAD i/itl way ?An eleganJy furnished Parte* Floor to let, with or without Board; private table if deaireC FIFTH AYBNU8?A PARLOR SUIT ?F ROOMS to rent, with or wUh Beard, or with private table. 1QC WEPT TWENTY-BBVBNTH STREET. BETWEEN l?7o Eighth and Ninth arenuea?Pleasant Boom for gen tlwassn and wife or two aantlamea, at H eaeh, tacluuing Bra. Dinner fl to OQn TENTH STREET, BETWBBN SECOND AND JjO\f First avenue*.?A handsomely lurniahert front Parlor, with gaa. bath, Be., for two gentlemen or a jpnila jman and wife. Private bouse. 166 BOARD ABO LOUOIIVU WAMTKD. , A GENTLEMAN AND LADY WISH A FURNISJBED j| Room and Bedroom, with private table: house wHh modern improvements aud a fair prise. Add) eaa Uoawurlt, ?tara.d oflive. Board wabtbd?for the summer, at state* Island, bv a pany of four gentlemen: location within ? minutes' walk oi either landlug. Address, sluing terms. Be., L. S. M.. box S.fOS I'oat oBce, H Y. B Hoard wantbd?im a private family resid. JD ing In a good neighborhood, for a gntittemaa and his wife, two children and nurse; beat reference given. Address J. B., Herald oBea. ' B^HOARD WANTED?BY TWO LADIES; private family preferred, lertns niodeiate. given \ nd ri'<iulre<r Address A. W. H. Ileiaid nfllce. Emboard wanted?by a'PHYsician, with office room. Address, nuting te.rma, Doctor, box 'J,tM Post Wine. Bo^rh wanted?by a obntlbman and wife. in Brooklyn or Ihla i lly, trlih a private lamlly prelerred; would I urnlsli room. Address, with full particulars. Board, bos N. Y. Poet oftiue. BOAHI* WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN, WIFE AND < hlld. In a quiet, respectable family; Torkvllle or vicinity preferred, luxarioua hvmg not so mueh an objaet aa the oomiorta of a h'tme, lerms must be moderates reiarence if required. Address for two days J. B. B , Herald olllce. IIARLEM BOARD* WANIKD-BY A GENTLRMAN XI and wife, with a genteel private family; liberal terms for good accommodations. Rei?venofa enbanged. Address M , Harlem Poat wffloa BOARD AMD LODOIIO WASTED. "PERMANENT BOaII) WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN X and wiA*, on the ?mi side, below Tweniv-tifth street. Addit-sa. stating t?rau (which uiMt be reasonable1, location, *?-? C.. boi t,M t*M ottoe. fPW<? YOUNt* GENTLEMEN AND SISTER, DESIRE A X pleasant place u> board, iu Orauge, Englewood or Ford ism private family preferred. board not to exceed $40 per Wsek, !>*?( of references; three room* required. Address A. B. C-, Herald otliee. ~\17 ANTED?PERMANENT BOARD, TOR A GBNTLB. " v Ran and wife, on the line of the Erie or Central Rail road e: New Jersey, wuli.i. -"0 utiles of city; terms inu?t indent.-. Address, stating terms lookUon, Ac., boi e,7W Now York Pool ottice. TJTANTKD-PARTIAL BOARD, WITH a NICE BOO*, ? ? lu a s'.uhII family, whe.e comfort cad ha had, by a He Tnau k.-viitieman. Terms not to exnoed $10 per week. particular* and address N. M., box 4,4*0 Post office. WH ASTED-FOR A GENTLEMAN, A FIRST CLASS Boom, with all conveniences attached, with breukfjst an J, private if desired: thn room must be liand?ome ly furnished, central location. Parties answering w.II pie ii? state Mmi. which must be modeia:e. The best of refer ence*. Address Ihiv l&C Po~t ofllce. II' ANTED-BOABD FOB gentleman AND LADY. TV part board for jeatlemsn; breakfast at 13 M. Add.ess C. D,, station D, statiug terms. HOTEliK. Barcelona hotel-h and 23 great jones etreet. in-derate frleea. Splendid table d'hote at 6 P. M , ?1 Bre.iklast from a A. M. to 12 M., J6c. r'reoch and Spanish wlnea. De laneau house, 7a west fortieth street, fronting Reservitr Park.?One suit of three {Rooms, elepantly famished, And also Room* for single gentlemen. Tel'le d'hote, s UT. JOHN HOTEL, 758 BROADWAY? rooms EN O suite or stngiy, handsomely furnished, with or withowt Boi rd. 8. S. JUNES, Proprietor. CITY HKAL ESTATE K(IH SALE. A SPLENDID NEW BROWN STONE FOUR STOBT House and Lot far wile. AO West Thirty-ninth struct, be tween Fifth and Sixth Avenues: elaborately tluished. Also uit door, No. 57, with extension. W. FaJSNING, 37 We*t Thirty-ninth street. A FIRST CLASS HOUSE FOB SALE-93 EAST Six tieth street, rear Leington avenue. Immediate pos session given. Apply en the premises. A Til REE STOBT BROWN STONE NEW HOUSE, high -toon, with marble hall, for sale. The cheap<-?t house in New York. Look at It. Apply on the premises. Fifty-second street. first house weal of Eighth avenue. ATI1BKE STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK HOUSE 21.$ xiL'x 10), in \\ est Forty eighth street; 15 rooms iind U7 closets, with gas tixturos. A good liiveauueDt at $17,600. SMITH A CO., Fifth avenue. * THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE AND LOT, 20X48X -A No. ?!3 Weal Thirty-sixth street, $.i000. EDMUND U. MART1NK, 1,2;# Broadway. \ THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BR.iWN 8TONE House in Tlilrty-amth street, near Lexmg.on avenue, lor ?'le cheap, by I KMV A COPLAND, 410 fourth avenue A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN' STONE J\ House, eorner of Lexington avenue nnd Twenty-eighth streat. lor sale, by UKMf A COPLAND, 410 Fourth avenue. AVKRY IIAND-OMK FOUR 8TORY HIGH STOOP brick House for sale, un Fortv-fourt'.i street; perleot neighborhood; lu coinpleto o*der. Price $19,00.1 POTTER BBUri. A BELLAMY, No. 3 Pioe street. A BARGAIN.?FULL LOT. 105T1I STRtJRT, NEAR Fifth aveuue; no rev*. Ann soil. Price $1 500: $700 ou mortgage. Apply to A. 8. NEWBHRRY, 16J Bio i(lway. A TWO STORY AND ATTIC BRICK HOUSE. IN 8UF lolk street, for sale clre.ap; als i a lour story high sloop House and i^ot, No. 1M6 Laet Twentieth street BLEECKER, HYDL A LOWEKEE, 4 ami S Pine street. A LARGE, ELEGANT HIGH STOOP BROWN BTOXB Huuse and llue table; U>c new Kurniiure, if desired; Unest location on Murrav Ht!l; a bargain. W. P. seymour, 171 Broadway. ABAHOAIN.-FtiB SALE, A THREE STORY BRICK House on West Fifty-fourth street, in best order; 25 feet front; price $7,A0U; $X4)U) can remain on mortgage. Apply to L. WARSGAUB, Ilk) vYest Twenty iifth street, be tween aixth and Seveath avenues. A RARE CHANCE.?A TWO HTORY BRICK BUILD lug. ountatning a distillery capacity of 200 gallons per day, the Lease of the two lots on wnlch it Is built, four years, commencing May 1, 1807, will be sold for cash. ?o agents need answer. Address Boluuniau, Herald oifioe. Alt YKABS' LE YSE FOB SALE OP VALUABL8 Property on West street, opposite the new terminus of the He v Jersev *nd Pht.adelphia Railroad Company. Ap ply at 279 West street. AN KLEGANT FOUR 8TOBY BROWS STONE HIGH stoop House, In most beautiful order, wtth a first class private tal l.- attached; situation u?? best in the city, and close to Fifth Avenue. Price, lucluaive, $611,000. POl'fEB> A KELbAMY, No. $ Pine atrcet, up stairs. A FIRST CLASS THREE STORY HIGH STOOP brown stoae House, turmshed.' Possess on April 15. I nquire ou premises, (57 East 126th street This is a very BROADWAY l'ROl'EIITV.?KOK SALE CHEAP. ONE of the best him on Broadway: will be sold at a lair price; splendid Burble Building on the premise* which will be paid lor at expiration of leans. Apply personally or by letter at 238 Went F:fty second street., On Monument square, at Fort*.third street, a whole front for sale of eiafct Lots: a bar vain and rising rapidly In value. Terms easy. ALVAII BEEKK, 78 <;edar street. BOULEVARD LOTS.?TWELVE LOTS, BEAUTIFULLY situated for building, on 147th street, near Eleventh Avenue, with water front on Hndson river, for sale by J. H. WESTKHFIKLD, 170 William meet. CENTRAL PARK LCTS FOR SALE?OK 8I'M "I IT IIILL, 106th street, bctwoeu Central Park and the grand Boule vnnl. I he lot* are on very high ground, having a vluw of the whole snrtourdlng country and now on the grade ready for immediate bunding; neighborhood"unexceptionable; the street is IUI feel Wide and destined to be the mu't popular and desirable cross (treat connecting the Bouievard wltn the Central rark. Terms easy. Apply to HOMKB MORGAN, No. 2 Pine afreet. Sold singly lr desired. EIGHTH AVENUE PROPERTY FOR KALK-WEST ?ldc, between Fifty-second and Fifty-third street*. Brown stone Store, wltn plate glass (rout; dwelling tint class, building new. capital 1 oca lion for a butcher. Parties wanting to invest should look at this building. Particulars at 342 Broadway, from 11 to J! o'clock. EAST FORTY FIRST STREET, NEAR SECOND AVK uue?Three story high stoop brown stone M/.e2.1x48*100; price $15.01*1 West Foru-nret street, near highlit uvenoe, three story high stoop brick, sire 20xS0iD9.8: pra e $16,000. Apply to KING * CO., So. 9 West Twenty-third-street, Fifth Avenue llutel. EltlHTY SIXTH STREET, SOUTHWEST CORNBB OF Avenue A?Four lots for sale or to exchange f?r Im proved property. Inquire K. K1RC11NKR,88 Liberty street. L'OR SALE-THOMAS STREET PROPEETY, NEAR r West Broadway. Also on West Broadway. ROE A WILSON, aOQ Varlck slract FOU SALE?ON MURRAY HILL. THE FIRST C1.A88 four story brown stone House Z7S Lexington av ; full slxe and finely sltusted on the highest ground In the street; finished in rueevrood and black walnut on first door; blAck walnut staircase throughout I'rlce $45,000. Apply to HO MER MoK?f A>, No. 1 Pine street, or to the owner, No. 91 Chambers street ? SALB-TO CLOiiE AN ESTATE, THE FOLLOW Ing Houses:?Oae first class three storv basement. Inch stoop. In i.ant Thirty alsth street; slie 20x90x100; price $12.230: one In Lexington avenue, three story basement; size Ltl\40x70; price $U.U00; two ia East FArty-flrst street, thre- S'orv baaemont high stoop, modern Improvements; one $H JilO, and one $U,?Hi; one tenement In East Thlrtv* fifth street, four story; price $7,000; rent $1,080. the above mentioued property must be sold by 15th day of April. Ap ply to WILLIAM rBTTBBTOH. 4U Thtnl avenne. fpOR SALB-A THREE STORY, BASEMENT, IIIOH 1 stoop brick House, la Fifty-third street, near Lexing ton avenue* sise ttx&txlOO; all the modern improvements; In perfect order; contains twenty rooms. Prioe $14,800: rented for (1,900. 444*7 to WM. FETIKBTCH, 4*4 Third Avenue. tfOR SALE-THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE; LOCA f lion IB Commerce street. Ninth ward. Inquire of F. if?R r ln| JIB VOE, Executor. M Morton street, or on the premises. EMJR HALR-A~FIRST CLASS FOUR" STORY STONE I front House on Forty-second street, between Madison . Apply to MULLKR. WILK1NS k CO., F?? Fifth avenues. No. 7 Pine street FiH>B SALB-A BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE HOUSE TN ' Harlem; all the modern Improvements; price $9,000 Inquire of H. B. BEN YON, ceruer of Third arsnue aud 131st street F^OR SALB-AT HARLEM, A LARGE DOUBLE Hoase. with four Lois of greend: fine river view. Bfl Hard room, conservatory, Ac., attached to hoase. Address Bag 4^S Post offloe. FfOR SALB-A VERY DESIRABLE THRICE STORY 1 brick House. In Mscdoogtl street between Bleeekerand Aaaitg. aoaTOxlo#. Price $11,800. Appfr to P. RONTBY. 713 R SALE-CENTRAL PARK BUILDING LOTS. OM Summit 11 III, West lOCth street The lots are on very high gmund..and era now on the gride, needy for immedlse buodlng. 100th street being 100 feet wide, with a beauuiul and easy grade, Is destined to be the moat desirable and pop ular cross street to oonneot the Central Park with the Boule vard. Api ly te IIOM'.K MORGAN, No. i Pine street. C*OR <?A LK?A TIIKKE YKARS I EASE, FROM MAY 1, r of a three story brick Bailding. 28xA3 feet, situated at the l-incuon of two public thoroughfares, an 1 near one of the ferries and a railroad depot A most deslrabla local on for a liquor and billiard saioon Inquire of the locksmith, 114 Fourth avenue. No agents aeed apply. IroR sale-a valuable lsask of a house on * hroalway corner, below Thirty-fourth street; a large house, well levied. EIMUND H. MARTINE, 1,172 Brosdwsv. For sale-a two story, basement and attic brick llxiter No lgSMsdison street, with ?il modern Improvements. Apply at BUB Water at reel. For sale-a lot and two brick housbs for $12,1.00; will jmv about IS per cent per aneum; $$,000 oash required, loqtfire at Bo. 90 Eighth avenue. ?riOR SALE-OW EIGHTH AVENUE, CORNER OP J" fiftieth Street four story brick House, with Store, ?x.V?t7ll, and tenr I<?t on the street, JlhiM. Apply to WM. H. MN'.>, 111 Hiosdwa*. Trinity Building, l>aserornl UIOR SALE?THE THRBR STORY HOUSE AND LOT, i V West Eighteenth afreet near Sixth avenue. The l>?>i*e has h store, hall door, water and gas, and an Inde pendent passage ol four feat from street to yard, said yard is do oy iH leot, and could be used for another building. ?|eruiseasy._Applj to DANIEL NOON AN, $64 Sixth av. FHOn SALE?A FOUR STORT HIGH STOOP BBOWW stene House, very handsomely frescoed and la thorough repsli * possession Immediately; or would be let furnished. Inqu r?^/m n.e premises, 119 lie?t Twenty second street. FHOR SAi B-FOPR STORY BROWN STONB FBONT KngnsU hasement Reuse, 114 West Thirty-eighth st., ia perfect and pretty order, with private staircase, not going tliro'igh the poriors. piVe, with carpets and gas fixtures, $21 !>?! Afptt aisa f?ine street, back ogjee. WOR SALB?A FIYB $TORT STORB AMD TENRMRNT F on Madison Street nearly new. I'rlce $18,000 reals readily fur $2,772. Terms ess?. JIIOS. & FIUII, 1$ I'm# sustt ] CITY REAL ESTATIC POR RALE. I^OB HA LB?IN THIBTY-THIRD STBBKT. A FOCB l1 story brown stone House, JOxii, located near Fifth *v? ??e: possession Immediately. Also other Houses. Apply to EUGENE CHfc. VaLLI&K, 81 Colar street U?OB 8ALE?THE FOl'R STORY AMD BASEMENT J? brown stone Hon*e No. 81 Went Forty-i?veuth nrwt, hetwettu Fifth alii riutu aveuuos, house in perfect order. Inquire ?pon the premises. |IU>R 8ALR?Ut,4M0 TO $16,000, HOUSES IN TENTH, r 12, lltoi. liTtU, 434, 47tli, tntti and SOlh aireeu, west side, all desirable. VAN TINE A M V ERS. 33 I'iou meet. FOB KALE?THREE STOBT HIGH STOOP BRK K. Houw 4nil Lot, West It, 7 th nut 8th ?**.. $M,**; three story high stoop brick. West 36th 8th and #ih avs., $u,. 600; lb ma story b?h sloop. We*l!W.i. $iO,i*IO; three story btiiU stoop, Weal27 th. th and #lU avs., $13,MI; three slory stoop, Wru Bith. *??(?; three ?tory high atoop-Oiew house >. Valines* plaua, Jib SOj: three story hiih ?en 3!?t, fmnewt" $17.U9t'. four story English basement, Wwtilbh. |im Abo Central Perk Lots uii flBd and <j4tb atr??ts, between th? I'.irk and Boulevard, at 11 ?ar?alu. Par WilUawith sMiill A MEAD. Sid Eighth avoiiuo. Inou sale?A FINE FOUB STOBY HRICK HOUSE 1 and l.oi. W-st32.J 8th ?nd 9th avs.; fine location; lot aOilAiwt.u, is in splendid order. per lot linManineiy iresuoed; price J1MW0. 8MITH A JEaD, 364 Kichtii aven if. EH>R SALE-NO. 86 PARK AVENUE; AM ENGLISH basement House buili by the owner loi hi* use, with tide Ughu and passage. For price, Ac., apply to C. H. i.l Ui.oW A OO, No. 3 Pine street IPOR hale?ON ONION SQUARE, A DBS! B A BLR Property; also to lease, a Ue.- iralilii Property On Four teentb street, west, adjoining the oae just rented by u*, next to the Maison Doiee. Apply to L. H. LUDLOW A CO., Mo. 3 Pine street FOB HALE-ON THE NEW BOULEVARD, THREE entire Fronts; also Lots on Ninth and Tenth .ivenuca, between Fitly-uinih and 1 igutj-sixui streets. Apply to E. 11AN1 OKL), It) Nassau street. IJUlR SAl.E-PIRHT RATE BOIL DIN 6 LOTS. ON " .-eveu.v-secoud .u.d Seventy-fourth streets, near Heeond avenue. A'.so on llltu street and Eleventh avenuo. Apply to M. S. V \ t.R. , 1U3 Broadway. Fob bale?the new* five stoby double House', M feet wide, on Forty-sixth street, rietir Third avenue; also Houses witu Stiin s and Bakery on Third ave nue. corner Kighly-lhird street, and Third avenue aud llStti street Apply to lAiPfeR A DAVIS, First avenue, 001 ner of I biri>- sixth street FOR SALE? A THREE STORY AND UASLMENT brick House, water, ?Mg, Ac., south side llHth street, second east of J bird avenue. IpOU SALE?UNION RyirARE.?THE Ho USE AND ground- known as the Mat 011 Doree, foei, tbroutih to'! hirtoriitb street; po^aesstoa 1st of At-ru ntxt. Apjily to HOBEB MORGAN, No. 2 I'lue streeu For sale?a four story brick stork and Dwelling on Mnth avenu", iiasr t orty-secoud strwt; price $UJ J00. Al e a lour story brick House oil Kortietii street, near Ninth avenue, fur $8,000. Great liar^aius. _________ >?'. F. IRELAND, -<il liiaudway. L^OR SALE?WITH OR WITHOUT FUHN1TOBE, A r toll sUitd Ilouee in Sixteenth street, just east of Union square. Kor terms apply to E. U. LUDLOW A CO., -No. 3 l'me street FOR SALE?VALUABLE central PARK LQT8; S on Filth uvuinie, !? luy-eistluu to Fifty-uluth street, and 4 on Fifty-ninth street, tbunigli U> Fifty-eighth xtreet Ap ply to E. U. Ll'ULOtV A CO., No. 3 fine street. For sale?on east thibtjeth street, a three story high sutop brick Dwelling, modern improvements, good location. $I3,UIM: on West Thirty-?ixiu atteet, do,, $15,000; on Went street, brown stone, complete order, $4u,0Ut; on Seventh avenue, four story House., witu ?tore, $U0UU BROWN A MCLEAN. Ml third avenue. For sale?three houses in henry street, .adjoining; best of order and with ali modern Improve ments. For particular* apply to VAN T1NB A MYr.Rs, 33 Pine street. For sale?in west forty-ninth street, kocr ?lory hrown stone English tasement House aud Lot. 1'rioe $12^00. Permits 01 A. JOUKNEAY, No. ? Pine st. FfOR SALE-A SMALL NEAT THREE STORY BRICK 1 House, bigh atoop, nearly new. In beventy-elchth street, b..t?ecu Second and Third avenues. Prtee $7,0U). A de cided bargain. Inquire of GEO. It. DUTION. No. 8 I'lue st. Fob kale.-at 1,301 bboadway, between thir tv-Ufth and Thirty-tixlb streets, you will ilnd WM. Van WaGENEN, formerly of *72 Sixth avenue, who has several Houses for sale on reasonable terms, in good neigh borhoods, at prices from $6,001' to $60,000. Please call as above, atui you will flud Van Wagenen. No compvuv. For bale ob to lease? unfubnished, am ele gnoi. lour story brown stone House in Twenty-mulh street, rear Fifth avenue; it Is2&x?0 feet, and in tine order. Apply to E..U. LUDLOW k CO., No. 8 Pine street JJOMESJ'OB HALE-BY A. JOUBNEAY, NO. S PINE West 43<l street, three story high stoop brown atone. .$15,000 West 47th street, three story high stoop brown stone.. I!,000 We*t2Jd street, four slory English basement brick,,, 14,000 WestiMth auaet, three atory high stoop brown stone.. 18,OKI House fob bale-on eleyenth street, near Broadway; leased ground; $1000 cash. Also two Stores on Bruadway; leased ground' $ti.000. atMcrillee. THOMPSON, 780 Broadway. House and stable for hale. east twenty fourth street. For farther particulars Inquire of CHRISTIAN SCHWARTZ, Stti hast Fifty.third street. Houses for sale by s. kilpatrick, office Bull's Head Bank Buildings? 10th, lilth, I4tb, 20th. 2Jd. 86th, Z7th, :*nh, 81st. Okl. Mth, 89th. 4t)tl>, 41 ?t. 48lh, Win, .5l*t. 82d, Md. MUi. Mtb, 63d, 78d, 77th. 79th. 83d, M?U. **th and on Lexington and on other avenues. Call far permits. iOHN FETTRETCH. 418 THIRD ATENUE. HAS Houses for ante lo all parts of the city, YorkvUlc and rlem. Also Couutry Heats. Prlcc? to s?U. Maiden lane. stores for hale. OOLD STREET. a. H. BENEDICT A CO.. HIE STREET. U fine street. "PROSPECT HILL PROPERTY.?A THREE STORY X brick House, with all modern Impiovemeuta, aud two Lots of ground running through the block, In one of the fluent location* on New York Island, Ninety.third street, nenr Fourth avenue; stable on Ninety.fourth street. Price 817,"0 Apply'to S. THOMSON A SON, 80 Cidar street, from It to 8 P. M., and 1 888 Third arenae, near Eighty-third ?tree i. Valuable lease op broadway corner Property for wile?Building HO feet deep, soluble for a Or it ila*c .esUurant or dry good* store. Lease secured when n n* w.-re low, liv years more from May 1. Will be soli cheap. J. W. liOLOHTY A CO., 1,U8 Broadway. <?fi nun -KOR sale, a NEW THREE STORY ijpU.u' "v. aad cellar brick House on 142d street, north New York. Al?o three trsmn House* $4,UUU, Inquire of A. II. DOREMI.'S, Builder, eoraer of Madison avenue and Forty-second street. ?in 11 -TWO STOIiY AfTIC AND BASEMENT llouae, br.ok stable in rear, enclosed ear Wl ? BHUWC y. Us street, adjoining Bleecker. P. McKLKOY, 87 East Thlrtv-ntotb streeL F SHOOKLYN REAL E8TATE FOR SALE. AT AfCTlON, MARCH 18-A LAROE BRICK FAC toiy. with machinery. Ac., near Atlantic dock, Brook lyn, by A. J. BLEECKER, SON A CO., at the Exchange Salesroom. A SACRIFICE, AND MUST BE sold TO CLOSE AN estate? Kirst rale tenement property, situate on leadl ng avenue; will pay auout 3" per cent: price 8H.000; termi easy. W rook, 43 IWM? street. Brooklyn. A BARGAIN -HI?H STOOP PHILADELPHIA BRICK House, tlire?. stories, basement aud mid cellar; con tains 13 rooms and modern improvement*; altua'ed in first rate locality, convenient to Fulton street, .mil within five minutes' of Fulton ferry; price 87..VW Also, on Adams street, three storyitnd basement brick House, $S,J0U. Ap ply to W. COOK, 48 street, Brooklj n. C1LINTON AYENTE. ONE BLOCK FROM THE GRAND J entering avenue to Prospect Park.?The Italian Villa, with extension, opposite St. Luke's church; lot 7fi?*j0 leet; bouse contains U sooms. gas, hot and cold water through out; parlor mirrors, with marble slabs; gilt cortices, bronzed chandil.ers and gilt window shades; stable on Hamilton street, containing fas. water aud coachman's room. The grouuds are beautified with shade and fruit tree*, shrubbery, flowers, and arborage of (rape end creeping vines. Four add i tonal Lota adjoining may be bail at a tow pru-e. Possession given immediately. Apply to S. HOND LOW, Real Estate Agent, Montague street, near Court. OR SALE?IN WILLI AMSBURO. THE THREE STORY _ brick and hiuh stoop brown stoue basement front House, with subccliar, corner of North eighth and Third streets; aW<> a similar built Houston Fourth street, between North Eighth and Ninth streets. beanUfully finished, gas water, Ac.; price $0 WOO each; ternia easy. Apply to JAMES H. OOLaHAN, lg North Sixth street. FOR SALE?ON SIXTH AVENUE, NEAR PLATBI'SH ?venue, three ntuv brick Houses, ftl feet by 43; lot 10A>(t feet, within three blocks of Prospect park and oonveolent to three line* of cars; also Stock and Fixtures of a Orocery, with three rears' lease from Mar next, within one block of Prospect park. JAMES D. VAIL, Real Estate Agent, cor ner rlatbusb and Carlton avenues, Broiklyn. flOR BALL?MYRTLE AVENUE, BROOKLYN. STORK Property; a four story basement brick House, 20x40; lot 8J|71; immediate pMMeaMM price $S,QU1; terms made lo ?alt. Apply on the premises, 280 Myrtle avenue, in th? pias ter store. tjVJR HALE-IN WILLOW STREET, brooklyn, A I1 large briek House, with all the modern conveniences, with vacant lot adjoinlnv; possession April Land terms eaey; will beaolii without the vacant lot. If des'red. Apply lo u? owner, at oiiioe of Steam Derrick Company, No. 8 Bmadway, New York. For sale ix Brooklyn?Forr story brown ?tone House 88 South Oxford street, seoond house from I.afsyelte avenue. Price $Zi,?00. Apply on premises be fore# A. M. or from B to 10 P. M For sale in Brooklyn?threk first class brick Houses, all Improvements, on Sixth avenue, near Flatbush avenue, two blocks from I'rospect Park, I HOW. WELWOOD. 149 Broadway, N. Y. FOR SALE CHEAP?A NEAT TWO STORY AND basement brick House In Putnam avenue; water gas, hath, *o.; sewer eonnectlon; respectable n<di;h'>orho'>d. Price 84,fion, terms easy. Inquire of J. CL'RLEY, I.fcS Nas sau street <S 1 flnn -TWO AND A HALF STORY. BASEMF.NT, fT.OVW, sub-oellar frame house; water, bathroom, hettfr, eleven rooms, good order; cottage on rear of lot. 18 Tenth street, near South Sixth, iffllllamshnrg. ten miu utos' wslk of ferries. Will ront lor |6M. J. T. W AON Ell, 87 Wall or premises nnn wn* PPT *? threb story hioh stoop brick Homo, situated In a good neigh* borhood In Brookl) n; $a,WWcash, $3,0n0 mortgsge, BktJOO in well located Ismls, or a small farm. Apply to A. P. SMITH A UO., 14H Broadway, room No. A 0 Ann w,ul* but a modern thrbr story ?Pli.UvU high stoop marble House, in a strictly fti.t class neigbberhood ifl Brooklyn. Possession Immediately. Twenty tons of coal in the cellar. Term assy. Owner. R. S. BUSH. 149 Broadway. ' ' tOlKTRV REAL. ESTATK FOR SAtE. A" N F.LEOANT REHIDRNCR FOR SALE-MODERN ?tyle, every improvsment; gas. Ae.; ?xtensive ground*, gardener'! lodge, stables, coneerfitories and led hotiee. The property to beautifully located at New Brighton, States Island, near the landing. Term* essy. Full particulars, Ae.. to be ohtaiaed en applieatioa at 48 Broadway, New York. AT BLAUVELTSYILLB. ROCKLAND COUNTYTi Farm, four acres; good dwelling snd outbuildings; two orchards, i>ne rrult, living siresm, Ac Price 8-.<*m>. Apply to MKt. DLMAKLST, 3u9 West Twenty sixth itreet. COISTBT REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.

All. wanting farms-hood soil, mild cli mate, U miltw louth of Philadelphia. Price only Ier atrre. Also improved Karma. Hundreds are_ seuiiux. hi o. mation seat free. Address C. K. LAND1S, \ ineUuii, Hew Jersey. ABAROAlN.-FOR 8ALE-FARM AND CO0MTBY res ileuee, south side of Long Island, id view of the run, half a mile from n?w Souihside Railroad depot, 26 mite* from New York, em. talus 121 acres, 20 of which U wood larnl; large bouse, 47i34; kitchen and wash house: hoi and cold water, bath room, water closet, furna -e, Jtr. : plenty of outbuilding*, and Ice home filled. A uice Cottage; front'pond 700 feet long ull water; good cheating. Ashing. Ac. Fbr particulars address Wo. Wort?, No. 38 Kruut street, Brooklyn. A COUNTRY RESIDENCE AND 8 ACRES OF LAND for sale, on Hnssen r.ver, I inlle above Pierinont, ffv inllee from New York: i.oihic house with 12 rooms. In good order; barn and carriage home, 800 gripe v,no* ana ull kin l* of grnit; gardener i hon?e: dock on premises; tine boating; view unsurpassed on the river SMITH A HARDENBERUtt, 57 Cedar streefc A BARGAIN AT NEW BRUNSWICK?A SPLENDID Farm of lOUaces; good buildings, with mock andorop, $W,0uu. ItactWi splendid property. good buildings, $*.5(V J. S. KKUUt SUN A CO., 3d himM street, room -4. AULOABU FARM FOR BALE OR BXOHANOB? Xi"> acres, INI well improved, tow.i of Huntington L. L. 38 miie.< from the good aoil: ?ood buildings; healthy lucatiou; tine water anil delightful Views. r. J. C. Range it, 19J rt roadway, room 17. For sale?thk pbconio houIe. situate at the terwlnue of the Lonij Inland Railroad, Greenport. Long I?land. For .laluorlty ol dim .te sna nlr, fishing and buttling this eat)not l>e surpassed as a place of summer re sort. and lis* for year* been doing a successful business. lnj quire of DANIEL J, W1LLETS, No. IU Pearl street, N. V. (J>QR SALE?OOl'NTRY SEAT OK TEN ACRES, P within forty-live minutes of city; brick house, barn and all necessary outbuildings; house baa twenty rooms. gas, hath, hot aud cold water on Passaic river, opposite Newark, N. J. Appiv to UBOROE W. FLATT. 20 Muldeu laue POR SALE-SEVEN ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL LAND, laid out in building Lots; cither the whole or in parts to aitft purehaaera; Maid property Is loaned along the lino of the Er.c Railway, within three minutes' walk of the depot and vi'lage of aulferns. and :*l imlea irom New York city. Apply to A. A. WANMAKER, Sulfern, N. Y. For salt:-on staten island, a house and rear building, with one or two l.ota. convenient for bu ne ? or private dwelling; three minutes' walk from stirleloo landing. Inqnini at .1AQUES GtJ SSBTH'8 I lard wu>e . tore, corner of Gore and Hrunell simet*. FH)R saLK?A HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE FARM OF 100 acre*,96 mllea on Long Island; H5 acres under a high Mate of ? uhivatiaw; lialauee wood I md a tine apple orchard, with plenty of small fruit; goisl '..veil ng bouse, barn and uUier outbuildings. For particulars, Ac., Inquire of Mr. MULLADV, fsVllitdson avenue, Brooklyn. L'OR HALE?A LARGE lIOl'fK AND TWO ACRES OK F Land, ai New Hi? helle within one minute's walk of the depot: also a House and about 8 acres of Lund, sltuuted on the IVlham road, utid within 16 minutes' walk of the de pot. For parilcuiais inquire ot the Postmaster, at New itochclle. . ? CpOR SALE?A FINE COUNTRY SEAT. CONSISTING P of House, Coat ii llomte, sUible, 'Ac., and three acres of land located on the heights at Spuyteu lluy vil, ou the Hud son; house reeentl* constructed, co'nialning 17 rooms and re plote with alt IM modern improvements. Apply to E. D. EWEN, 22 Dtuuie street, between 10 A. M. and 2 P. M. lj'OR SALE?AN ELbOANT FIRST CLASS COUNTRY I seaiontbe baiik of the Hadeon", view unsurpassed; superior lar^c stone Mansion and ouibuildiugR replete w ith all the mod urn Improvements, extensive IMizzn, Ac. The grouuds. which comprise 7 seres, are beuuiirullv laid out in lawn, terrnco, tlower garden, gravel walks, vineyard, Ac. ; an abundance of fruit, ornamental and sti de trees; only 17 miles from the city-a rare bsrgain Particulars at 37 Sixth avonue. or J. O. HIGGINS, No. 7 Pine street. FOR BALE-THREE HOUSES AND TEN LOTS IN New Oarliam, N. 3., five nilnut'is' walk from Allentown station Uy Northern Railroad, of N. J.; one two story, with barn and shed and 4 lots; one small cottage and I lots; and oue two story, ue irly new, and two Lots, on the llackeusack plank road. 41, miles iroiu Hoboken, the property of John MuUoy. Will oe sold cheap. Apply to T. D. ECEEltSEN, New Durham, N.J. tfOR SALE?ELEGANT BROWN STONE HOUSE, r four stories and extension, 26x100, No. 8 Van Vorst square c367 York street), Jersey City on high ground, oppo site a beautiful park. t-old at a bu:gain, apply as above. f|H?R SALE?AT AUCTION. ON SATURDAY. MARCH ' 9, .U two o'clock P. M., nn the premises, four Stores and Dwellings, situated In the village of Mam.irorieck. West-hes ter couwy. N. Y , the property of the Iste Rev. John A. Mil lick, deceased. For salb-at roslyn, l. t. a cottage, with half au acre of ground; several fruit trees. The house contains 7 rooms, with cellar, all iu perfect order; 60 minute s from New York by rail: about 10 minutes from dejKjt or steamboat landing. Price $2,000, Apply to W. D. PENNE FATHER, ltii Madison street. ' f^OR S ALE?IM JERSEY CITY, FIVE MINUTES' FROM 1 ferry, finely located, beautifully furnished; modern impr iveuients; aperrect gem. Apply Immediately to E. F. EMERY. 132 Broadway, oiilce No.?. FOR SALE?COUNTRY SEAT ON STATEN IHLANIX, two miles from Vanderiult landing; suiienur house and outbuildings, with 40 acres of ground; will be sold cheap. Permits ol A. JOURNEAY, No. 6 Piue street, FORSALE-AT CLIFTON, STATEN ISLAND, FRONT Ing on the water, and within 10 minutes of the ferry, a beautiful Country Seat, with nearly two acres ol' ground; will be sold low. Apply to A. JOURNEAY, No. 6 Pine *u no* SALE?DESIRABLE FARM OF 130 ACRB-s r excellent land, fine large bulidlngs and everything con venient; handy to cars; price M.IWJ. MILLS A VAN WYCK, 6t Broadway. I/OR SAKE-SMALL farm, located in the I1 township of Ocean. in the county of Monmouth. Slate of Now Jrrnr, one mile .south of the of Katoiitown and the n( ill owl depot, anil about 2% unit* from the well known and popular boarding house* at Lone Branch. The prc-miaes contain about 18 acre* of the beat oud nioal produc tive land, well Improved. having a comfortable dwelling bouse. Ilrpt rata outbuildings, making It truly an object an well worth the notice of a gentleman wishing a sum mer *r iwrmanent residence. Price HUMl. Inquire of KOBKRT E. SMITH, 309 Wiisbingion street, New S ork, or HENJtY W. WOLOOTT, hatontown, N. J. LIOR MALE?A FARM OF HO A0RE8 OF LAND. IN r Waukesha county, Wisconsin. 14 miles from the city of Milwaokee and 96 from Ghloago. 4U acre* under cultivation, balance heavy timber; good outbuildings, fruit shrubbery, Ac.; would exchange for Brooklyn Property or a small Farm In New .lersoy. AppiT to Mejun W YCltOFF A JLJI'l'LE, Montague street, near Court, Brooklyn. L>OR SALE?OR EXCHANGE, A OOPNTRT RE8I F dence, at Mount Klaoo, on th? Harlem Railroad, about forty mi ea from New York, tine new House, carriage hou*e and all necessary out building*, in complete order; situation unsurpassed For partlcuUrs inquire at ?34 Second avenue, eorner Twenty-ninth atrret, coal oUlce. K<OR SALE CHEAP?MOUTH WEST CORNER FIFTY r sixth street and Third avetiue, 2i.&xlki; also three country Residences In Mount Vernon. JOHN COATES A CO., Third avenne. FiOR sale CHBAP-IN ORANGE, NEW JERSEY, A line new i louse, wilb all modern improvements; bell*, epeakinn tulles, gas, bath and furnace; completely luriitslied, (Deluding a llano worth BOOii, for $14,uJ0; S7,.rrfVI In cash, bal ance I n ) or 10 years, or by insulmeut to suit purchaser: iioukc without furniture for $11000. Apply for particular* to bo* 111) Orauge, M. J. FH)K sale <>r exchange?a very dksirable I'laee 12 mile* by rail from New York; 40 acres, good buildings, location unsurpassed; near depot. Apply to COLT, corner ( anal and I burch street-. < ' J'OR EXCHANGE-WILL BE exchanged FOR general Merchandiae. 3ft building Lots, each 29x100 feet. Also a beautiful Residence, a short distance from Mew York. For particular* address Kxanauge, Uerald office. For kxcbange-for Brooklyn o* city prop erty, a Country House now in progress of erection; house to Iw finished In the best manner, with all modern improvement*. and will contain lit large rooms wbeu com pleted; lot contain* 3 aores of land, with floe grove in tbe re r, ana Is situ. ted oil one of the tine*t streets In Orange, N.J. For I urther particular* apply to B.VL'M A MYERS. Si Nassau street. I JOB SALE OR TO LET-A FIRST CLASS COMMODI 1 ous Pweli'ng House, pleaaanuy fltusted la the village of Greenwich, Conn., with about throe-quarter* of an acre of Land, wtU stocked with choice traits: about live minute*' walk from tbe depot. Apply to or addres* A. ACKER, Pott chester, Westchester county, N. Y. L'OR SALE OR TO LET-COUNTRY PLACE, ON THE r I'assalc river, IW miles from Newark, opposite Belle ville, N. I., within i& mile of the Ailroad at Belleville; contains*. acres liigh ground, well cultivated, with One gar den, graterie*, Ac.; Italian villa house, water throughout, ?tallies, ir. Aprly to C. W. BANGS, 137 Broadway, N. Y. FOR SALE, TO CLOSE AN ESTATE-FARM IN NEW Jeaey, of 70 aerea, tl.lable land, within an hour of tbe city; An* large house and goml outbuildings. Price $13,600. Terms etsy. Apply to a. JOL'RNEAY, No. ? Fine street. H0D*>N RIVER PRO!'ERTY.?FOB SALE. ON THE wtitbankol tbe Hudson, a number of haMleome Keeldeuces, wilb river froota, between Piermoatand Nyack, With Iran I to It acree, ranging In price from $16,0110 to $i?00. Apply to WM. II. PLA/r, Plermoot, N. Y. NEW COTTAGE HOUSE, 10 BOOHS, FOR SALE, ? miles from the city, on the Central Railroad of New Jereey :*table on the premlsee; lot MllWH Price 97,601 la quire m Ob Ve*ey street I fAL'ABLE COCNTBY SEAT FOB SALE-KNOWN V ai Brook side, situated four and a half mile* from PeekslH depot; one eighth mile from Lake Moliegan; con sisimtdof sixty acre*, and large hotiae containing twenty tour rfwis, hot and cold water; laundry separate building, eonuitfng live room*; Urge barn, carriage house, gardener s cottagAbeautiful lawn and (bade trees; one ihousaud choice fruit tr*?; plenty of clierrie* nd other mall fruit; grape* or all tods in abundance; will be sold at a bargain. Price, $17,UU0;$10.0t*> can remain on bond and mortgage. For Iurtberparticulars Inquire ef GILBERT MotT, on tbe premise, or or the owner, JOHN A LOCKWOOD, 84 Barcla|atreet, N. V. ?1 OIA -TWENTY-TWO ACRES OF GOOD LAND, SJL.uDU. aomecleared and fenced; new house, water, Ac.; wl *ell part T. PEASE, M Grove atreet. AO mn ~A TWO "TORY AND BASEMENT BRICK ?O.vl/Vt House, ten rooms and oellarriot Xi by 1U0, in Uie clttof Peterson. borland A DRGRY, 14 Chamber* street. HEAL ESTATIC WANTED. c OUlTRY PLACE WANTED?WITHIN SO MILES OF v ri| by rail; from It,UM to $16,000; must be cheap tor ca*h. ildresa, with fullest particulars, stating Incumbrance, H any.irthur Rickar, IM Cedar street. PIRf CLASS HOPSR WANTED?IN THIS CITY OB Hboklyn. In exchange for an elegant Country Seat and Farm * the Hnd*oo. Apply at 71 Waasau afreet, room No. K. mENMENT PROPERTY WANTED TO BDY OR 1 lest-The highest market value given. Apply to R. H. UIBHViS A CO.. 446 Broome street. waTtED-A THREE STORY AND BASEMENT louee, between Second and Feimh avenues and Thlrti? and Sixtieth (treeta, with modern Improvement*; prioe llm $S>0W to $iS.'H0. Addteea, with fnll particular*, M. A. jUo., 14* East thirtieth street. WA^TBD TO PURCHASE?A COTTAGE COCNTRY Residence, with all eonvenlenMe, In be sltnated on tin H4-on. and 10 or 16 acre* of Ground with It. auitabl* for jieerilng, Ac. Addreae with deeertption. Ac., W. H. A., boia.548 new York Post otlite. \XT MTED TO purchase - 4N ENGLISH BASEMENT YY House four utorles, lietween Twentieth an<1 Thirty. fouriittrects and Fourth and Seventh avenues. Price must h?, SMITH A CO.. IU Fifth*. RhU, ESTATE WAJfTED. ^ \I7ANTED?A GENTEEL COUNTRY RESIDENCE I* ti We*trhe<ter county. within one hour of K?w York and handy to depot. Addresa or apply at 71 Nassau street, room WAITED TO BUY?A GOOD TIIBBK OK POUB TT ator/House, in a g *>d I .ttion below Flfttatk rtrtet Ad Ires#, with full particulars, J. N. 8., box 1SJ Herald WANTKD TO PL'Ri HVSE FOR CASH-A THREE story high stoop i louse, buinven Fourteenth tad t or ttetti streets aud Evarth and (seventh avenues; price from tit,000 In $H t?H>. Ad In'<?, wit'i location. price and particu lars, J. U. B.t box 1,432 New York Boat oUw. WANTED TO PUBCHA8B?A TWO BTOBY AND basement Home In the Ninth ward. Addres* D. A., box 496 New York Post odice. staling location and priee, 1JLrANTED TO PURCHASE?A HOUSE. IN" OOOD LO Vv caltun, with modern improvements. Price from #S.(hjO to f 12,1 <i<). Address T. S. A, Herald ofiice, staling location, terms. Ac. TITAMTED TO PURCHASE?A SMALL HOl'SE. IN TT any good locution abowi loth at., from ?S.ouu to $10,UU0. Addre<? K. C. 11., box 125 Herald office. ojr ei old f 11,'HARP PROPERTY WvNTED-IN NEW YORK M city or immediate vicinity, suitable tor a building and storage or lumber. Address H. A. Davenport, box 2?'J Herald oillce, ruling terms, location, Ac, FOR. BALE. A run CLASS BUSINESS?CONTROLLING TUB m mufucluritiR of a standard article. for sale: firmly established, on Broadway. with Lease; pays largely ; .wu per cent-, will admit of unlimited extension: is entirely clear of ncuiubrmice, and will bear the strictest infectIgotion. for want of uup.tsl toext"nd tile facilities for meeting order*. Capit il required, $j,0U0. Addreaa Bushiest, box 4.29J Poalofiice, N. Y. 4 PURCHASER HAVING PROM FOUR TO FIVE .1 thousand cash and to pnrrhuse the Furniture, Ac , of alirstola-* Boarding House, paylug a large income, will address Cash B. 11., 120 t era Id oillce. 4 BARK CHANCE FOR A CASH CUSTOMER.? 'WE .'\ wish to sell a tirat ''lass retail Shoe Store. The atom la handsomely titled up and has a good run of bus)ncs*, loca tion unsurpassed: $.r,,0Kt to $7.'>?> required. SMITH A MAYNAUD, ISCortlandt atreet. A FIRST CLASS FRUIT, WINE jkND CIGAR STORK, with sample room attached; Lease, Stock and Fixtures, for sale. Apply on the premises, .Via Broadway. Rent low. 4 noon CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY.?A FUR JtJL nished House, with Le UM. full of good paying board ers: pi-Ice for all, $800; cheap rent. Apply at !?& West lions ton street. i ?FOR SALE?HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, OYSTER J\? Saloons, I Iquor and Luneli uooms, t lgar store*, cor ner Liquor Stores, Cr eerie*. Billiard >ulo' ns, an Exprasa Hus i.ess. Hat and Cap Store, Confe< Uoner,., Bakeries a line Coal Vard. MITCHELL'S Store Agency. 77 Cedar at. 4 NY MAN WITH PLUCK ENOUGH TO BUY A /\ |>.ttent lilglit eau see a .rood tiling and a good chance to buy by calling at No 6 Pine street, rootu No. 0. A?BROADWAY HOTEL AND RESTAURANT?LEASE . for sale; one of the best locations, with a profitable business, well established; aceommo latiotu tor aliotilone hundred guests; reason for s?illng the proprietors retiring; easy terms; a rare opporiunity. BLivECiihR. HYDb ? I ? >v K " l.K, No*. 4 and ti Pine street. 4 FiRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR STORE FOR 'Y sale, situated In the Fifteenth ward. Inquire of WM. ABBOTT, 170 Chatham square. A BUTCHER'S SHOP AND FIXTURES FOP. BALE? At 211 East.Nineteenth s reet, corner of First avenue. Butter store for sale-old established; must be sold; other business to attend to. Apply at 11 Concord atreet. Brooklyn. (COUNTERS.-TWO MAHOGANY TOP COUNTERS } for sale very1 cheap. Inquire in the bat store 128 Ful ton street. DRUG STORE FOR SALE.?ONE of THE BEST Lo cations In tl(e city either lor druggist or pnysiclan; low price; also Brooklyn and country Stores. bTKICKLAND'S Druggists' Agency, 240 Hroudway. For SALE-TUB OLD ESTABLISHED BROADWAY Laundry, *9 Mercer street, now in succcaafui opera tion. Inquire at the ofllee. FOR 8ALB?FIXTURES AND TWO YEARS' LEASE of a tine fancy and dry good* store; good location for any other business: rent $30 |>er month. 4HS Third atfeuue, near Thirty-sixth street. FTOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS TEA AND GROCERY 1 establishment, now doing a splendid cash trade. Ad dress T. 1.'., station 1). FOR sale?a first class dyeing and kefi.v. ishiii* establishment, now doing a prosperous business, together witii Lease, Machinery, r ixtuie* and good will. The advantage of this factory is. that it can bo used fur all purpose* wtiere steam power is required. It must he seen to be appreciated. To a responsible purchaser, terms will be made easy. For fuither information, address box 2,763, New York i'ost otliec. OR SALE-TUB WELL KNOWN OYSTER SALOON No. IH Division street, now doing a vary good easn trade, and plenty room for improvement; good lease aud cheap reut. Inquire at the above uumbcr. I (TOR BALE-IN BROOKLYN, A HAIR 0TOBE; BU81 1 uesHoneofthe best In the United Staie*. This la an oppoitunity seldom to be met with; established over fifteen years, and in the beat location iu the city. Will be sold on very reasonable terms. A lease of anv length of time can be agreed upon, .i* the advertiser is owner of the piemisas. Applv at Slit Fulton street. Brooklyn. FM1R SALE?FOR WANT OF BUSINESS, A SCHOONER Barge; carries about IMO tons whole cargo on deck in about 8'i feet of water; Is very strong: will sell at a great sacrifice. $6Ml. Can be seen at HAVEN'S lumber yard, foot ot Twenty.eighth street. East river. F FOR 8AIjE?A FIRST CLASS OROCKRY 8TORE. with Hoisennd Wagon; doing u good husiue-s. Call at Tli8 Third avenue, corner of Forty-ninth street . IjIOR SALK?A GENERATOR; TWO TWENTY GAL r Ion fountain! and one Bottling iiacblne, Matthew*' nuke. 423 We?t aireat. FOR SALE?IN ELIZABETH, STOCK. FIXTURES and Good Will of a firat cLm Dry (inud* Store; two large ahow window*, splendid front; stock light. So. 1W3 Broad street, gUiaMt, >. J. JpOK RALE?STRAW BLEACHING ANI> PRESSING 1 Kstabll-ament, or will take a partner. Inquire st No. 2 Walker >treet. FWR SALE-A DOl'BLE STAND IN WEST WASHING. Ion Market, well situated Tor any produce business, long established. Inquire at Fink's Hotel, 128 West street. I/OR hale?FRANK'S WELL KNOWN SAMPLE ROOM r and Store, co: ner of Houston and Mercer streets. For particulars apply on the premises. |/>OR SAIE?DRl'G STORK, STOCK, FIXTURES, AC.; r le.ise 2 vea; s to run from May 1. 1887; one of the best locations on Broadway. Apply lo K. H. CALDWELL A Ot)., 182 aud 1*4 Pearl street. IpOR sale-A FOUR TEARS' lease OF ONE OF 1 the beat titled op store* and best bualnesa stands In Grand street. M tilmmsourg; shelving suitable for dry good* or any kind of business. Apply to WILLIAM C. WALKER, 211* Broadway, Y. L'OR sale-A CHANCE SKLDOM OFFERED?lease, r sun k and fixture* of a (Un i>n:i varieties Store: old stand: established 10 years; in the best business part of Grand street, eorner store; suiislaclory re axon given for sell, ing; house and atom to let. Inquire at 131 rultuo ?treet, cigar store. F'OR SALE-A FIRST CLASS HORSE SHOEING KS tabllsbment. In a leading thoroughfare; satisfactory reasons for seeing. Apply at MO West Ttnrtietii street. IV?OR SALE-A CORNER GROCERY STORE, WITH r Horse and Wagou and tire years' Lease. Call at I.W Broadway, corner rorty-hrsi street. For sale?fish and oyster stand, inquire at 17 and 18 Jefferson Market. f^OR SALE-A GROCERY STORE. DOING A FINE 1 business, with Lease and Fixtures. 338 East Twenty fourth street. For sale, or partner wanted?I* a first class photograph gallery in the Bowery. Apply to A. GEBHaRD, 145 Second street, corner avenue A. Milk route for sale.-inquire of wm. h. KELLER, Third avenue, between Elgbty-fonrUi and Eighty-Of(h streets. Route selling 'JIM quarts. Property known as three pigeons hotel. New Durbsm, Haekenjack plank road, N. J. ? J. J. HI RNIER, Agent. No. 8 Beekman street, ITS Thompson street, mornings and evening*. Rare chance.-for sale or rent, a large V Inegar Factory, the only one In the District of Colum bia. Can make about 800 gallons a day. Tbe owner would take partnership If desired. If sold, at least one-third caah: other terms easy. Apply at onee to P. JOLVENAL, 181 Fourteenth street, Washington. D. C. Restaurant for sale-a first clams down town Restaurant, with leaee, near the Uotd Roosu. Add re as Q. U. H? Herald office. TO CAPITALISTS.-FOR SALE. AT DENVER ("ITT, Colorado, Dnig Establishment, doing a large and p red ta ble bust rows, wholesnje and retail; capita! required. UK008. Address Druggist, bo* 042 Poet office, Philadelphia. TO BUSINESS MEN.?FOR SALE, A WELL BSTAB. llsbed Weekly Journal, doing a good businesa. For further particulars apply to T. II. ?., Herald office. TUB STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A LADIES AND Gentlemen's Restaurant and Lease of llouee fpr sale, on a leading avenue, near a railroad depot. Location an surpassed. Apply at 8M( Broadway. $9 nnn w,i'l buy ? wmkm newspaper (city), young, but very promising; all mate rial eieept presses. A decided chaoee for the right man. Address G. O. G , Herald office. ? MACHINERY. POR SALE-A FIFTY HORSti CORLISS ENGINE, with turned pulley flywheel and foundation bed atonej all In complete order; can be seen running; price ?o deviation; will be ready for delivery In about Iwo week.. Call on or address W. k. THOMAS, care of John Kellum, Esq., 17* Broadway. I , FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN?MUST BE SOLD AND | removed; Steam Engine and Boiler, 40 horse, and ono ' 10 boree, complete. WM. McKENIIR. 81 Park street. Flee Points. FOR SALE?SCROLL SAW, TENONING MACHINE, Sash and Moulding Machine. No. 123 West Forty-Bret , street, near Eighth avenae. ] FOR SALE CHEAP?Aft ENGINR AND BOILER. IN good order and now in u*. Inquire at 123 Church street, tip stairs. Wanted to purchase, a small Upright Boiler. Inquire as above. LOCOMOTIVE BOILERS ANI? HORIZONTAL BOIL, ere of all site* for eele at Franklin Boiler Work*, foot of Morgan street, I erne r City. All kind* of holler* built. Portable and stationery steam engines L AND BOILERS AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS. 1 b' best and mml complete It uee. Oiri'Ulai sent on MtdioatkM. WOOD a MANN STBAM F.NGINR company, ''Ilea, N. TV, and 88 Maiden lane. New York. qtationkrv and portable trunk engines, O Square Double En?ine?. Drilling and Hoisting Ma chines very compact and complete, at low prleea HUV1' STEAM ENGINE t OMl'AN V. IK U jane *1. N Y, MACHINERY. STEAM ENGINES AMD BOILERS NEW AND SECOND baud nil aJM*: l-alhe*, Plan?r? Blowers, Vices, Shall Iok, l'ulleya an4 Uniting J'roo. lie, /.n<kii?-t in ill cupula. * WILI.AKD k MlLLWAttD. *<B4 Water .Intel. U'ANTKO-A GOOD SIX II IRSE POWER STEAM fcnglnt. omnpleU. for holatln^ purisises, ur? or i?. ond hand, ;n i> r:ocl running older. Appiy luiuiediaUslj iu DEAKE at BROWN, 37 South aireel. 117 AM 1 D- TWO UPRIGHT ENGINES AND BOILBR8, Vt X aud 10 horse power. Addreaa Machinery, box 1,AJ7 Pout office. HOL'SKS. RDOKci, AC., WASTED. A FAMILY WITHOUT C IILDKEN WISH TO OBTAIN a I.our of four or uve itLoouia, AdJresa A. A., llciald ldio?. ' A SMALL MACHINE SHOP, WITH STEAM POWER, J\ wanted to rent: inual have everything complete for manvftlcturiuf amaH aewlng maotuiioa. Addreaa, with par tiuurars, Machine, station (I. A SMALL FAMILY OK ADULTS WISH TO OBTAIN A Floor of three or four rootna, *u;ttb!e for bouaekeep li>g: ii'inn mu'i lx nviderate; d"?'n town location preferred, tdtiiessj. H., box 11J Herald oliice * COUPLE WITHOUT CHILDREN DESIRE A HBC J\ ond Floor, In fcooj ou iltto , by April or May I, not ? tvive Fourteenth street nor east of Second avenue; owner living in tlie houae preierred. Addre.-a, wllb terms, C. H. S., box 1,11)4 I'ost uflice. ^ \ MEDIUM SIZED HOUSE WANTBD-BY A SMALL, ;\ rivpomdble fainUv, toasted between Kourteeuth and Fortieth streets uud Third and Elthth avenues ADAMS k CO., 1163 Broadway. A N UNFURNISHED FLOOR WANTED?IN A CLEAN A nelnUbo: liood. suitable lor housekeeping. Call at or uddrea* V8 Na?aau street, room So. 5. A QUIET FAMILY OF THREE ADULTS WSI1 TO rent, unftim:. lied the Seoond or First Floor of a Houae ill a r-*apecuble nen ltliorlioo I?not leas man four rooma; tint east ti le ?f city preferred; at a moderate rent. Any private family, hnvtiiL' nuitnhle arciiniroxi.itions, will please address N Y., box ft.71v? ?>: ice, fur one ? ? sk. A FAMILY OF ADULTS W1*H TO RENT THE EN tiro Second and Thirl Flo ra, unfurnished, ol' a ttral class house occupied bv a priv it.? family. Nil Other rooma will answer; to be lined ll^'it housekeeping: beat refer encea given mid required. AdJresa, sating terms, M. K. B. , Herald olllce. AFAMUiY OF TWO PRItS iNs DE-UltK IV A PRl vate family a Sec ind Fl" .r, wlih not le s three Rooma. Address, staling leruis aud location, H., 11.' East Fiftieth street. (1 HIST MILL WANTED TO HIRE?WITH PRIVILEGE I of purrhaae, in good order, w ill a good ruu of citatom* and a few acre* of land, with n 40miles of New York city. Ap dy to H. STAMMERS, corner i hutyeight.i street and Broadway. Half houss wanted-for housekeeping. hy a rMitieman rfhd wife*, locition Fouriee uh t" Thlrty foiirili street, weal. Addiess, wim parucuUra aud price, box tvJO .'oat udlce. PART OF A HOUSE WANTED FROM 1ST MAY-FIRST fl..or In a firri cluaa liotiae and Rood neljhliorhooil, ^vja gioitlemau and wile. Addresa, Mating loweat price, winch iiiiist be raaaonable, Ilendnraon, llcrald oliice. IyNFURNISHED HulSE WANTED - HETWBEN ) Bleecker and Thlrty-tlfth atreetn and Second to E glith avenue; rent $n00lo $1 f.ira small family. Addreax W. J. litla. Htatlou D. Hli It* House \Y'AN TED?TWKN I Y GOOD BRICK HOUSES IW Y? Harlem, rent fHO'l to Sl.'JUdper year, for Ural claaa tenanta. AUo for wile drat claaa atone llouan In Forty-eighth alraet, between Seooml and Third avenues. Other 1'aicela tor -ale. KANDELL k POUTER, 1,961 Third avenue. WANTED?A NEAT, SMALL HOUSH. UNFURNISHED tn a ?ood locality, by a amall famiir, for which u lil>e. ral rent will be paid. Adureaj. where located, witli price, box 5,831 Post olllce. WANTED?FROM MAY I, BY A FAMILY OF FOUR li persona, a srn'ill Furnlahel Hoimh, lu Brooklyn, be tween and convenient to Wall ?tre-t and South ferriea. Rent to he from S1.UU0 to $l.'J(kl Would like perunaaion to look at premise on Sunday. Ad lrct?, givini' rent, locality, 4c., W. it. Tucker, box l,Sii New York Poat oliice. tlTANTSD?THKBB OR FOUR UNFIK.NISIIED ii Rooina, for by an American family of three ailulta. Terms inuat lie low. Addrcaa Howard, box 21U Herald oliice UfANTBD?UNFURNISHED, A THREE STOltY AND haaeuient Houae, In good order. I'os?*'^alon 1st April or beforr. Itent not to exceed tl.9?U per vear. Addreaa, atutluj; locution and price, I). M. T? Orange, S'ew Jcraey. UrANTED?A PART OF A HOUSE IN THE TENTH, ward, for a fai'illy ol two persona. Addreaa Johu K Lawn'tue, *1 Heater atreeu AVTANTED?HOUSES, PARTS OF HOUSES, ROOMS, ii k'\, furnUhed and nnfurniahed. to rent mid for m?le. CIIARI.ES t'.. MILLS, Agent, 41i West Thirtieth alreel. \rANTED? BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, THREE VT or four unfurnlahed Rooma. lultalile for iioimekeep Ing. in this city, Brooklyn or \\ illiauiabura; good location, on moderate terma. Aildrraa R. S. A., Herald oOlce. WANTED?A TWO STORY COTTAGE HOUSE, WITH out hiaenient, In a plonaant locality, wiihiii an hour and a haif of the New York Cltv Hall. Kent moderate. Itef eiencea ylven. Addreaa, witli'full particulars, CiutlKs, box 4,U7 Post ofllce. VU ANTED?IN JERSEY CITY. BY A LADY, A SUIT 11 of two or three furnished Rooma, lu a pleasant local ity. Addresa G. W. G., Ilerald olllce. "\ITANTED?HOUSE IN NEW JERSEY; 11 ROOMS, ?T acre or two; within $.VW rent leas than *-il mllea of New York; healthy locution. Addresa W. R. A.. Herald oliice. WANTED AT ONCE-AN UNFURNISHED HOUSE Of 7 or ? rooma, in a good neighborhood, above lOtith atreet and east of Fourth avenue; rent about tafiU. Addresa J. R.. box SUM Poat oliice. w 7ANTED TO LEASE, r Tenement Property ileal Estate. Securitv given. J. WALSH, 3W Molt street WANTED TO LEASE?POR ONE TEAR OR MOR?. with pr.'vilegc of purchasing, ? Farm of 16 lo acres; fruit preferred: must be near railroad station, and within tiO mile* of New York. Addreaa. with particulars, John Homes, nation A, Spring atreet Post offloe. WANTED TO RKNT-A COMPLETELY FURNISHED modern House, medium aiae. Must lie located between Fourteenth and Fortieth Mreet* and Fourth and Sixth ave nue*. Family onalsta ol gentleman, wile and i.ilant. Un exceptionable reference* given. Possession wanted lat to JOth April. Adcireaa box 2,<KU Poet office, ataling location aud price. \IrANTED TO RENT?WITH IMMEDIATE I'OHSRS " Mon. an unfurniahetfor partially Furni?hed llouae. In a quiet and reapectable neighborhood, by a small famiW of adulU; house muat contain at least ten room*, and rent must not exceed f!IU0 per month. Addrcas, atallng terms and location, M. 8. M., Herald oflloe. HEW PI BLIt ATIOSK, JUST OUT.-OOPIES OK THE NEW BANKRUPT LAW for sale. Large dlacount to the trade. Reliable agent* wanted. MERCHANT, CON ABLE A ELLIOTT, M3 Broadway. rjWE NEW BANKRUPT LAW. HARPER A BROTHERS HAVE IN PRESS, AND WILL PUBLISH IMMEDIATELY, THE new bankrupt bill, WITH NOTES, FORMS of PROCEDURE, And a Collection of all the AMERICAN AND ENGLISH DKClsIONS UPON THE LAW OF BANKRUPTCY. Adapted to the uae of the lawyer and merchant BY KDWIN JAMES, Of the New York Bar, and one of the framera of the Engllah Bankruptcy Amendment act Mr. .lame* haa bad unaaual opportunities to become fa miliar with the law of bankruptcy, baring been a member of Parliament at the time the English Bankrupt act wm paaaed, and having hlmxelf carried through Important amendment* to the bill. He Who aUo for many yeari a succeaaful prac tioner la the Engtlah Bankruptcy Court*.?-American Law Register. HARPER * BROTHERS, New York. Tide tables, giving the time and height of High Water for every day In the year, at all porta In the United State a. have beau publlahed by the United State* Coast Survey Offlee, aud are on aale at the principal nautical atorea. They can alao bo obtained by application to tho Coaai Survey OBioe, In Waahington city. Price twenty-ivw emu. ?'ttihk fall or fort suxtse, or love and 1 War In 1M0." Mr. .lamieaon'* friend haa fallen out with hi* pubilahera about thla forthcoming work, and ha* jntt organized a pnhliahing firm on blsown term*. The work will*therefore, go on aa beiore promised. The aynopol* will bo publlabed in a few week< in all the papers In the United Stateh, and a deaerlpUon of the lUuatrationa will be rumiaked aa aoen aa they are executad. FIR.MTtHK. A PERSON HAVING FURNITURE WOULD RENT IT to a party hiring a home May I In a reapoetable location and receive nay for the eame hi Board. Addrw* M. L-, Bos I.MS I'oat offlcr. ^ _____ A MAGNIFICENT FIANOFORTE FOB BALE?FOR $27!>. coat IMA: a beautiful Parlor Suit In French aatln bmcatel. for tltf. out $*"5, one do. for $76, alao a lot of Parlor and Bedroom Fnrnllure; a great aacrUleo for eaab. Inquire at 111* West Eighth atreot now Sixth avenue A RARE CHANCE FOR PARTIES COMMENCING housekeeping ?All the elegant booaehold Furniture contained in the nve story brown atone boas* 44 Weet Bla teenth street, between Kirth and Sixth avenuea, for *al? at a sacrifice for cash. Drawing Room Furniture, < French brocatel, Etngeres, Bookcase, Pianoforte, Paintings. Mlgror*, Carpet*, HaUtand, Buffet, Extension Table. Bureau*, Wardrobes, Ac. IjU-RNITritB OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PARLOR r and Chamber Suit*, Looking olaasea. Miillr**ao* Ac , selling vlf regardieas of cost to close the bualneaa. B. M. COW! KRTHWA1T, II Bowery. UiURXHTRB, CARPETS, SILVER, CROCKERY, AC.* r of a three atory and basement House for wle. Plural ture near ly new and made by boot city maker*. The Par lor Suit of ro?e?eo<l and broOatel would bo aold separately: t rare opportonlty for anv oae beginning howaekeeping; prion Addreaa J tl. C? atatlou D, New York Poet iiflico. N B.?Must be *old immediately. f tOUSEKKI-.PgRP OR PERSONS GOING 90 HOUSE " keeping will bw supplied and can pay by weekly or ' ' rf every aescrlptlon. Uar* id Bedroom SnIM. Ac., at Canal and Hudson sla. VfESHKB. MINER * BOMERVILLE WILtTaS FOR A iVl number of years paat Itlve iheir personal attentioni to Mie* of Household Furniture at the residence* of famine* declining houaekeedlng, and at their aaiearooa^ *7 Nas sau afreet, WANTED TO HIRK?SETTEES, CHAIRS OR CAMP TV Stool* aufflcient to aeal 100 p*r*on*. Apply at IM ART OALLBRY, IM Broadway. re? lita'SttSw wit* secret LoeBot for likeneeeee, beanie* great variety of'line Watche*, French Clook*, i*m? airy. HHr*r and Plated Wwo. mwgfIK|0 A ? ?? Sixth avenne, mmaf fourtee?thatwt and 314 felghth iriDM. corner o# TfUliMilA itr##4