Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 25, 1867, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 25, 1867 Page 2
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A A BOAWUKKS A*n LODUKR1 WANTED. 4 HLKA.vANT IIOMB-A 1I.\M?60MM-Y i" J\ : br ond floor Kiiuiii to let Vrtth fir?t ?1 t?* #<"***?. pon*?s>iOi\ m <?n. None btil p.trUeii w??h good rffr-?sn: ?? n?ed apply. U Aahlaud place, l'erry atreet ne.*' {Jtowiwico -are tin? * _ iTB Uiumn PUCK WK -r T' hNTV NINTH J\ ati-eet ?Handsomely furn^Ued Kooms, ttiiijjiy ot ea ??r t?, with or wi;Uoat Board. _____ PRIVATE FAMILY KI.NT TO A MIKQLE _ - Keiitloniftn, without txiani, tliesr tw/> parlor*. furuUhPu Inch ?*i ?op hou:*e up towro, w&?* *idc. AwlMii i*aucy, 004 l*v llerald ottiee. LARGE FRONT ROOM. SUITABLE roR GENTLE roan .11(1 wife miiT !*? Iin i with BiwrO. at lbl W eat Fourteenth htrwl; ?1 m. R'>om fur gentleman. A^IUIT OF HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS ON ae<-nnd II ?or. in ? private house 33 Wf?l Twenty.sev. enlh street, with Board for gentlemen or gentlemdn and wive* References required. A FEW NBATLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLE TV. uirn ouly, without board- 37 Amity street, near Broad way A PRIVATE HERMAN FAMILY WILL LET TWO OR lour Room* on second floor, near and elegant furni , ,rr. with B.'ird, to one or two gentlemen ot gsnileman and wife. Location Fifty aecoud attest, between Fifth and SislU avenue* Modern brown atone four eiory hou?e, every con - vnience. Keferenoee exchanged. A'ddreu S., boi 100 Uerald oflloe. A LARGE FURNISHED ROOM TO LET?TO ONE OR lw<> gentlemen, at No. 349 Weal Fifteenth atreet. ANIUKLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO LET-TO a *tngl? gentleman only, at 177 nieecker street. A SUIT OF HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO let with Board. Apply at 29 West Fifteenth atreet. lie terencne required. A T IR9 WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET-TWO FINE J\ Floor*, newly furnished. with first claas Board: private table if desired; location unaurpavied. Term* moderate to permanent psrtie*. AT 53 LEXINGTON AVENUE?A ROOM TO LET, with Board, on third floor; term* esodt late. AT 51 LEXINGTON AVENUE, CORNER TWENTY fifth street, newly furnlehed Rooms on second and third floor*, with plain cooking and abuudaut table; ao moving in M ?y ; rcfercuce* exchanged. \t ig Washington place, near new tore Hotel, two handsome Parlor*, with Bedroom* attached, to ent. with first eUaa Board, gai and Are, on moat reason able te: ma A SECOlfa STORY SUIT OF ROOMS, WITH SI PE J\ rior private I ,hle. will be vacated in April: also Rob Has without meuls togaaflemen. References required. SCweSt Sixteenth atreet. A PRIVATE FAWTLY AT NO 48 WEST TWELFTtl street can accommodate a gentleman and wife and two g'ntlenion with furnished Room an 1 Hoard; servant* and children not taken. References required. A FURNISHED ROOM To LET?WITH OAS AND heat So nor week, at 25 Third street, two blocks from Bt adw.iy, Reference* require# A FURNISHED ROOM TO LET, WITHOUT BOARD, ui i "trolly private family, to a gentleman nnlv. Ap r! ? before s l* V. It 170 Ninth aircet, corner of Third ave nue. opposite Cooper Institute. A ROOM TO LET WITH BOAP.D-TO A GENTLEMAN and wife only, in a strictly private family, at u mod ei i t price, locatiuu ftrat class. 43 We*t Forty-fifth street. A NEATLY FURNISHED' FRONT PARLOR TO LET rv Suitable for single gentlemen or gentleman and wife; reu> $fi per week. ALo a Hall Room, $2 50 per week. Call at 193 West Nineteenth street. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE CAN OBTAIN Board and f urnlshed back Room, third floor, In ade alrable lorutioa from May I, at 135 per week. Address C., box 101 Ilerald office. A LARGE FLEA8ANT FRONT ROOM ONTHESECOND floor to let, furnished with Board, tire and gas. with a private family. Price $23 per week. Apply at 99 East Nine teenth atreet. Af.2> FIFTH AVENUE-ROOMS. WITH BOARD, FOP. the summer or year, on reasonable terms for gentle men and wives ore psrty of gentlemen: no children iu the houae. A PRIVATE AMERICAN FAMILY WILL LET FIRST Floor, with Board, at 11U East Thirty-fourth street. Southerners preferred. A 'GENTLEMAN CAN FIND TWO NEWLY FUR ntshed front Rooms, first floor, at s low rent, by ap plying at SIMON HEIDER'S fancy store, 143'i Eighth avenue. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BACK ROOM ON second floor to let, with Board, to a gentleman and wife or two siugie gentlemen, at 94 East Twenty-seventh street, near Fourth avenue. A LARGE HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM TO let. to geutlemeu only; 31 Clinton place (Eighth etrro'i. gas, bath. Ac.; very pleasantly located; near Broad way. Gars pass the door. A FEW DESIRABLE ROOMS. IN SUIT OR SINGLY, may now he secured for first class fsmlltes or single gentlemen. Apply at Reunion Hotel, Forty-second street and Ftrst avenue. A FIRST FLOOR OF TWO SUITS OF LARGE Rooms, elegantly furnished, tor families. Also some single Rooms for gentlemen, with Hoard. No. 94 West Twenty-fourth street, near Fifth Avenue Hotel. A FRONT ROOM AMD BEDROOM, ON 8ECOND ?our, large closets, water. Ao., to let, with Board, to a gentleman and wife, or single gentlemen. Call at 21 nevenlh avenue, near Twelfth etreel. Refereacee exchanged. No moving in May. AT II WEST ELEVENTH STREET. A FEW STEPS from Broadway?To let. a nicely Furnished Bark Parlor and Bedroom on second floor; also two single Rooms lor gentlemen, with tlrat class French table. AT 323 THOMPSON STREET. NEAR WASHINGTON Parade Ground, haudsomely F'urnUhed Rooms to let. with or wtlhout Board, to gentlemen end their wives. Also to single gentlemen. A gentleman and wife, or two single gen tiemen can he accommodate il with pleasant Roum* with Board; also Day Boarder* taken, at &? Bond street. near Biotdwsy. A WIDOW LADY HAS HANDSOMELY' FURNISHED Room* to let, to gentlenit-.i, where the comforts of a borne eon he enjoyed. Call at 310 West Thirty-sixth atreet, tilth door west of Eighth avenue AT ?S TO $7 PEP. WEEK?A FEW OENTLEMEN OR gentlemen -nd wlvea can obtain Board. Apply at US Charlton street. a i FRANKFORT HOUBE, CORNER OF FRANKFORT j\ mi! Wtl l.tni aire*-a. jjc, rooms; great redaction In pr"-"?: die. loBOc. per day; $1 SO to $d per week. Open all UlgUl A M IT OF ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR HAND m utely furnished to lei, with Board: will lie let for the summer; no moving in May. Apply at A> Clinton place. Board.-one or two well furnished rooms ; > let, with or without Ho rJ. Also accommodations for a physician. Apply si S9 Amity street. Board.-a handsome furnished room and Bedroom to let. to a B?r.' '?"inti and lady or two single gentlemen, with Board, wild all the modern Improvements, at 362 West Nineteenth at., between Eighth and Ninth are. BOVRD.-ONF. OR TWO '.KNTLKMEN MAY IIAVK A pleasant iheim, ur 'h Bos I, at 83 Clinton place, near Fifth i venue. Board -a well furntmied front room, on fmt floor; i.l-o two on lii.td; gaa and bate. Inquire at 138 Meeckcr sin ? :, near Macu - igaL Cart pars the door. Boardino.-a gentleman and Ills WIFE. OR two ringm gentlemen who would room together, can find g od Bo.od and Ko >m. at 160 W oat TwentT-fonrih St. BOAHDINO LARGE HANDSOMELY FURNISHED Rooms, with Hoard for laro, for fl-JU, )U and $:!(? a week, la t he Aral tn? hrown stone hou ie 3'W East Thir teenth ??reat, two l oors below Second avenue. Nice hall Room < at $u. Boulevard lots for sale- in plots of four or more, well located lor imnu l ate Improvement, on the B.adburst Farm, ahore Man.ia:i tiwllle. Bit ADH UP.NT A FlELD. 80 Cedar street. 13LEHNTLY FURNISHED SUITS OF APARTMENTS 'J for gentlemen only. 11 Ea- t Fourteenth atreet, ne.i r Delm nw) a. FMFTII AVENUE, NO. 23?ON THE FIRST OF APRIL the Aral Floor, containing the lineat suit of rooms in the rtty. will he for rent. With or without private table. T/UHNISIIKD?WHOLE OK SECOND FLOOR. VERT r clean'fire and gaa i, to a party of gentlemen or aepar ate!, the llall Room, with ems, $3 per wnek. 33 Macdougal I ??*?!. TaU.RNIAHRD ROOMS TO LET?WITHOUT BOARD, l ioa-nth nirn only (middle aged preferred), at 90 East Twentieth stieet. References required. IjtURNISHED ROOMS FOR OKNTI.BMIN. WITHOUT JP board, reference required. 43 West Twentieth atreet. IPURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-TO SINGLE GENTLE r men or gentlrmen and their wives, with or without Board, a'1 the modern improvements. Inquire for three Says at 18 AMngdon square. Handsomely furnished rooms-at 74 ninth atrei-t, near Fifth avenue, with or without board; ref eren ?04 cxehanged; no moving In May ___ HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BOOMS TO RENT, with Board, to gentlemen and their wlvea, or (Ingle gentlemen. Apply at 1(17 Waverley place, naar Washington parade ground Band some sutT or roues. furnished or un fnmsaaed house and table first eias*. home eomforts; of reference given and required. 19 West Twenty ?evssith street. ?IRSET CITT.-FRONT ROOM. WITH ALCOVE, OH floor, I# \mL with Rotrd; thirty minute* from r 1^.sj * t?rm? r#MRon*i?l?, reference* ci ?kanfod Addrr** Domr, Htraid offlc*. KEATLT rtrHKIRHKD ROOMS TO UiT-WITH FIRST CikM Board, at 79 Wwi ^Tsotesnth itrasi, ona block Irnm Fifth avenue. No moving 1st ot May. Private board?ant lady can find a ouibt, reepeotable home. Jtth every requisite, during expected Blrbueas. Madame LOUISE, female phystrasn, 47 Wost Thirteenth street, betweee Fifth and Sixth avenue*. Southerners can obtain first class Board. In e Southern family, by addressing P. v., ata Uen D. Beat teferenee* gtven and regnlrsd. TO LET?WITH BOARD?TWO VRRT PLEASANT Rooms, private famllTjjW'sl house and location: no moving in May. Apply at 178 I?e*ingteo avenue, between Thirty trghjftd Thfrty eeoend streets. rpo f,ET?WITH BOARD. APARTMENTS CONSI8TINO 1 e( whole flours elegantly furnished, meals, by the beat French cooks, served In the apartments, flee location on L'alee square. 884 R road way. fro lrt-wtte firrt class board, a i-aboe. elegantly furnished front Parlor, oe third floor. *ultehl' I ' gi- usmaa aad wife, ev two gentlemen. Ifl Bead streev ?D'tWN TOWN, FITB MINUTE! FROM OJTT i. 6. li til. Two yeung men ean have e large light Bel r >.m ?it i tingle bed*, e? tnt fleer.M d> Moueueet. wrt'W 4 Mads FOAPJDKVtft AND tODCEllS WANTED. C- 1 (i 1*KR WEEK KOIt A NRltLY FliRNl.'MED ?. I Q Boiii'., iritl AiA Hurl ' <???? gentlemen ; ai*o hue lor > lo a mi Kir gentleman ho..-e tir>-' oU*i; fatally small. I West Ta. my.lilt'.> .treet near Klg. lh a, m m <)0 WIST NINTH KTKEKT, NI'.AU I IPTH AVE.-,UR_ ? '*> A l.i>gt Hack Parlor, newly aod <?'.? g .iitly t rushed, ii. a *toitc lent English basement 1 It.us*. Kilhoul board. References exchanged ,1 7 WE?r TWENTY-NINTH fl Klib r.-ll AN 1M< i v K 1 I l'arlors and lle.tr .oat to lei, with Board 10 fsmllh ? and s'uglc gentlemen, at intXlcrale terms. No uiov'ug Ural of May. 58 WEST TWENTY-THIRD 8TRKET.-PAIIILI ES and single gentlemen utay obtain desirable Room*, with Board. Reference required. IO FIFTH AVKNIK. ?ELEGANTLY FU RNI8I1 hll Room a, en auite or singly, for gentlemen. 106 ?? NINTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY?TG I.ET, (J with Hoard, one large Room, aultable for a gentle man and wife, or two aiugle gentlemen. Reference* eg changed. 108 NINTH STREET?TO LET, WITH BOARD. ONE large Room, suitable for single gentlemen; also tingle Room*. 1AC (NEW NUMBER) EAhT TWENTY-FIRST lTt) street, Oramerry Park.?Suite of hand omely furnlabed Rooms, on second Hour, suitable for families, with Board; house and location ilealraWe. m FIFTH AVENUE. CORNER TWENTT-sECOND street.- Nioely furnished Room*, with bath and bedrooms communicating, for gentlemen only, without board. 476 WEST TWENTY RECONO HTKKET?ELEGANT ly furnished, with or without Board. No moving. BOARD AND LODGING WASTED. A GENTLEMAN. RESIDING IN NEW TORE. DB alres a Room and Hoard in a French family. Address, with terras. D. W? bog 3,768 New York Poat oOee. Board wanted?Brooklyn or hobokex pbe ferrrd, in private fam y, for gentleman and wife. Terms not to exceed gift per week. References. Address Board, box 117 ilara.d oiUoe. Board wantkd-fok gentleman and wife, from May 1. net to exceed $20 between Twentieth and Thirtieth streets, and went of Broadway. Address, with par ticulars, J. A. M., Herald office. Board wanted?in a rockland county farm house iu a strictly private t naly. by n lady and daughter; terma moderate; reference* exchanged. Address for one week I,. K., box SUl-Hbrald .office. .A Ot?aHd wanted?city ob ooricrnY; also ai,l Ij wanting Hoard, Rooma or Dwollinga, city or country. can hare direction* immediately. Call at or address the Board Ex -hang*. Mfi Hrdadway. WANTED?BOARD. FOR A GENTLEMAN AND wife, in a private family, or where there nre few board ers; room unfurnished, and gas, Ac. Tonns inujt t>e mode rate. Eighth or Ninth ward preferred. Address D. J., Her ri, Id ofllce. M'ANTED?A FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD FOR gentleman ana wife In a private family; locution be tween Sixth and Ninth avenues, bolow Nineteenth street; terms moderate. Address G. F., station A. llfANTED?BOARD IN A PRIVATE FAMILY FOR A Vt gentleman, wile, child nnd nurse; two Bedrooms, a large snd small one; comfort more than elegance desired; terms must be moderate. Address box 'J.'-I'i Cost ollire. WANTED-BY A YOUNG WOMAN OF QUIET 1IAIHTS, Board In a private family, where (here are no other boarders. Terms initio exceed $12 for sitting room nnd bed room adjoining, on lirst or second floor. Location between Fourth and Fourteenth atseels, near Broadway. Address O. F. Q., Herald ofllce. \XTANTED?AN UNFURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD TT for two voting ladles; locttlon desired i voung ladles; locttlon desired Sixth avenue, not higher than Forty-eighth street; terms moderate. Ad dress J. A., station G, Sixth aveuue. COUNTRY BOARD. A FAMILY OF THREE ADULTS AND THREE children who will give Utile trouble, desire good Board for (he summer, within about an hour of the city. Good table Indispensable. Good references required and given. Address, with price and full particulars, A. Z , box 8MT Her ald olllce. T FAIRFIELD. CONN.?THE FAIRFIELD HOUSE is now open for boarders: only fit miles from New York. on the Now Haven Railroad: locatiou healthy; drives ,insurpassed;aaccotnmodaUous good; best city references. P. D. CARRIQUE. BOARD IN WOODSTOCK, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, for a gentleman or gentleman and wife, In a small strictly private family, where all the comforts of a home eon be had, with use of stable if desired. Reference* exchanged. Applv lo J. H. HE BERT, 14 Moore street. Board for spring and summer-on the hud son, thirty minute* out. and live from depot. Fine situation, with modern Improvements, trulls, horses and stable. Address B. H.. Spur ten DayriL Refer to R. L. Vintag. No. 1 William street. CuUNTRY BOARD.?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED Sulla of Rooms; also single, for man end wife, one ef the finest locations upon the banks of the Hud-on. Table unexceptionable: thirty minutes from New York. Address I IIIOAhntll IVURDIC , tuu box 1,WI Post ofllce. CIOUNTRY BOARD IN ELIZABETH. N. J.?GOOD J Rooms, with Board. 46 minutes from New York vie New Jersey or Central Railroad. For further particulars apply to MARSH, 47 Warren street. HOTELt. _ B^m REM KN (GERMANY).?THE UNDERSIGNED RE. spect fully r* commands hU Oral cUm Hotel de 1'Europe to the Amrrican public. C. A. SCHl'I.ZK, Proprietor. TETAI.L HOUSE. WILLIAMSBURG, OFFERS SO Yf nerior nccnmnii'Jntion* for Summer Boarding; pure air. equal to the country, without Its inconvenience*. Table d'hote. Dinner d P.M. Rale* moderate. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. TWO STORY BASEMENT AND SUB-CELLAR House for sale. north aide 1 Kith atreet, third houae cat of Fourth av-ii te; price $5,250. Inquire a* above. Allen a brown, JONATHAN W. \L1,EN, Real Eatale Office, jtiSIAH W. ItRoWN, ?tl Broadway. Me*ar?. A. A II. would respectfully aoliclt partlea desiring to sell Real Kalnle to send dcacrliiticn of the a ime, as thev have numerous applications for nil kinds of pr.ipertv, partic ularly for floret and MwlDng Houae property. No charge ?alM e sale .? effected by ua. A FOUR STORY IIIOH STOOP HOUSE FOR SALE? In Thirty-second street near ITfth avenue. 21 feet trout, ail mo lorn improvements, for $.10 iDU. 8. F. IRELAND. 201 Broadway. A NUMBER OK STRICTLY FIRST CLASS PRIVATE Duelling* in desirable locations, nt prices varying from $ 1,030 to y&VU); .also good paying avenue Business and Ten in>-ul property: nla > desirable Building Lola on Third. Lex ington. Fifth. Madison and all the avenues tulso on the street* from FoiUeth at ret la Uartem bride*. At MoO villi,L A OO.'a Real Estate Exrliangv 071 Third avenue, between Forty tilth and Sony sixth etrecta, or H. F. McCAllILL A SMYTH'S, tM Sixth avenue, between Tweuly-aeventh uud Twenty-eighth (previa. A HOUSE FOR SALE?IffO EAST THIRTY-FOURTH street, throe story high sloop browr. alone, 13x50 lot 1011 feet: punted, frescoed and In perfect order. Apply to JOHN I.LOYll A SONS. 15 Nassau street. AT $25 000.?FOR SALE, NEAR CENTRAL PARK, tlii-vilunble property, consisting of two laits on north east corner of Third avenue and Seventv-fourlh street, with the modern, thro* story liiiek Mouse and adjoining Lot on Seventy lou.'th street; renditions, tine third cash, balance mortgage. A pi ly to HENRY MCUKULDLR, 71 Bidrtdge atreiii. AT 319 FOURTH AVENUE?HOUSES FOR SALE.? See Stanley Day's Real Estate Circular, which can be h~d froo or by liiail upon receipt of stamped directed en velope. FINE 3 STORY AND RASIvMKNT HIGH Sloop House and Lot for sale. In K*?t Twentieth Ktreet, 20x16; lot Kin feet; In perfect order; will rent for $1 BOO; price >|:<,&U!); mortgage $6,000 can remain or be paid off. Can only bo seen from 10 to 12 o'clock by pcrtnil. Apply to owner. (lEORt.E KERR, 217 East Thirtieth atreet, near Third avenue. A LOT ON THE WEST SIDE OF THIRD AVENUE for sale. In one of the beat locations for business on the avenue; 25x93. with cellar dug out; also adjoining l-ot; will be aoldvery cheap If applied for Immediately. Apply to owner, GEO. KERB, 217 East Thirtieth St., near Third av. AHN ELEGANT, FIRST CLASS CORNER HikUSK AND Lot, four stories, brown stone high stoop, for ssle cheap to close an estate, situate southwest corner Lexington avenue and Sixtieth *treet, 23v30. lot 190. Alan an inalde Houae on same block; both strictly flrst class and built by day's work. Will be sold at a bargaiu If applied for Imme diately. Apply to WM. PHAlK, 217 East Thirtieth atreet, near third avenue. A SPLENDID FIRST CLASS HEAVY BROWN STONE House, four story basement and aiibcellar for sale, with Immediate possession, 99 East Sixtieth street, nesr Lexington avmue, north side. Inquire of WM. MAG ILL, on the premises. ABM BAROAIN.-AN ELEGANT THREE STORY HIGH stoop hrown stone, on East Forty-eighth atreet, hand somely furnished, price $11.1100, on.account of owner gning to Kurope; the dreet la paved with Belgian pavement, and the location very desirable. Also, a three story high sloop brown atone, 30 feet front, at $12,960. A. McUAilILI. A CO.'H reel esute eschange, 571 Third avenue, or B. F. McCAHILI, $ SMYTH'S. 454 Sixth avenue. A^m FINE HOUSE FOR SALE ON WEST TWENW second atreet, a three story high stoop, 22 feet wide 16 deep, all way up In good order; nalla painted In Imitation of black walnut: good aubcellar; all modern conveniences; house built bv one of the very beat builders In New York; location not fnr from Seventh avenue, price $21.0011. An other, same street, a little more erntral. a four story brown atone English bnaement, beautifully furnished, and In fine order; houao end furniture $20,(XX). to be i?rn by permit, from I Mil 4 o'clook. J AS. R. EDWARDS, 277 Dost Twenty-third street. A^m ?JOHN FETTR8TCH. 418 THIRD AVENl'K. HAS ^|s Just got out hla new Bat of llonsea, Igits, Farms and Country Seats for sale. All parties wishing lo purchaso property would do woll to cell end see ,t. Houses to rent. ABM THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE ON MURRAY HILL lor sale?33x40x71; price $14,Utt). Alao one on Thirty eighth street, noer Fifth avenue, fonr atorv, $S),000. Tlvo on Kaal Thirtieth street. $14 ?**' end $14.IX) A large num ber of others at various prions. Apply to JolIN KKT TKBTCH, 418 Third avenue, N. Y. A SACRIFICE.-LOT $5xJrW, LOT 95x100. TWO FRAME Douses In good repair, each 7 room#, Not 44.1 and 441 West Fttty fourth street, north aide, between Ninth and tenth avenues. Price of all $10,000 Terma Hberal. TUle good. THQ8. SOANLAN. 7o4 Eighth avenue. AM OOOD IN VESTMENT.-TO CAPITALISTS.?I AM antborixed to offer for sale the valuable Estate South, west corner of Orand and Woosler streets, constating of four lota, nearly one hundred feet eqtiare; six houses there en end carriage factory, present Income flf.wx) a year. For price and particulars apply to TllOB. SCAN LON, ,54 Eighth avenue Desirable lots on the boulevard, near ? Central Park. also, on Pecond and Third avenue*, for ?ale cheep by t'BNY A COPLAND, 410 Fourth avenue. SK>R SaLF.-THB FIRST CLASS MODERN BUILT three story end basement high stoop Hons* and Lot. 1 Bast Rmadway, with or without furniture; I* excellent order, recently built by preoenl owner In the beat manner fox hi* own use; wilt be sold reasonable, as the owner purposes T 1st bag Kurope thu present *tea*n. Apply n the preml*ee. CITY RE A I. E?TBTp KOU KAJ.BL B'ACTOUY ftOPERTY FOR M U-ittA it i HtMtt \M ?qu-in, cm otiugor a ?.x > iff bngt building. bi.-e i?en| -II ! SMbeeT. <Niir.il iii.k Waft lag. he ling i' Mf :u K-'i?Kfi himI heated t..MiiKuti'it with ate .ui. xe nf factory, 4KB float. <7.? resr 78|ie?p. AL > .1 bee <laW t>: ' k Sudd Ui!. till roof adjuiinrtgf, r.iuUiuiiu JJufin". tor ? holier- 11. shaving roan in basement; II 11 1 til. t!7 ! ueep; mul a lour story brtok BiYud.ng m rw 'i eufnie b ihuiug 2?.8 from, 27 deep; who'e rr.uu or, i'e;i street. '.XT hno '( It and 21 Pill Mfatil hm York. Tii.c 111 di?puuUe_ YjHJR HALF.?THE PROPERTY NORTHEAST CORNER F ilcfaU-r slid IIj tier streets, 28 fret 011 lle-tei aud tiM livl on Hauler. comprising hall *f adjoining loi, 25\W for IMWr parlcutars inquire of A, W. LKGGETf, ?? Front >1. Foil SALE?OMR HALF BLOCK OP LOTS BETWEEN fourth and Fiflh avenues, anil Fifty-ninth an 1 Slxiy righth streets. Apply hi CUAUNOEY BARNARD, 1W Broadway. JjVYR BALE?TM E FOUR RTORY BROWN STONE ' Houae and full Lot No. IB Kaat Twenty-Aft It street; one of the beat houses ami must de-arable ailuaUona In the mar kei. Apply to HOMER MORGAN, Mo. t Etna aireet. or to MKRRliT TRIMBLE, 83 Julia atreet. EK>R BALE?A NEW BRICK PACTORT, WITH THREE r Lou of ground, ato.nu engtna IB horoo power, boiler 40 horse power, ehatuug, ?e , situated on Weal Forty-seventh atreet, near the near. Terms easy. Immediate possession given. Apply ou the premises. rR SALE-TUB FIRST CLASS HOUSE NO. 13 WEST Forty-seventh atreet near Filth avenue. Apply on the premises or to W. H. WOOD, (6 Well street. 1iM>R BALE-A VBRY PINE THRBE STORY IHOU 1 stoop brick Houae. In Fortieth street; lower atory brown atone, and balcony; ranu (or Sl.aOU. Price B1I.IMI. H. A. DAKBIN, Slate and Whitehall streets. Fob balk-a two story, basement and attic frame Dwelling, with all the improvements. situated on Seventy-eighth street, near Madison avenue. Apply to TH08. PEARSON. 1.338 Third avenue. TjYOB SALE-FIRST CLASS FOUR8TOBY 11I0II STO< I bream atone House and Lot in Thirty-ninth street, I STOOP ? .be tarecn Firth and Sixth avenues, 8>xG5 feet, walnut doors, atcir-,. ato.. three water closets, It rooms. Loweat price, in cluding Btaxurca and Mirrors. (38.500: terms to suit; will sell cheap furnished. STANLBY DaY. SH! Fourth aveuue. For salb-thk brown stone high stoop three story house, 13U East Thirty -ninth atreet, with Car pets, Wlndcw Mhadea and Gas Fixtures; house built one year ago la the beat manner, alt In perfect order; lowest price $14,(100. Apply to the owner on the premises. IDOB SALE?ON SECOND AVBNUB, NEAR FIFTY r slxll street, z three atory high stoop brown stone Dwell ing, $K! ,:O0; also on Second aveuue. near Fiftieth street, a three l iry high-gtoop bto.vu atone^ (15.000: en West Fif tlelli -trdSt. rtj# Sixth.avenue. three story liigb stoop brown Stone. $16.1X10. BROWNE A McLF.AN. Lit Third avenue. , |s)?IR SALE?ON E ASV T WE * P Y-sfecO* D 8TR!{?t,A F" Are story double Tenement, In good ordor; will rent near $1,000: price (13,8ft). In East Forty-Orst street, a liret rlaaa now doit Me Tenement; will rent for (3.50U; price (J4,0UO. Also Tenements; from $4.1130 and upward. BROWNE A MoLKAN. 531 Third avenue. FlOK SALE?THE THP.EE STORY HIGH STOOP limine No. 661 ftcenwich street Trinity church lease, 31 fears to run from May 1. 1867, at (3'M per year ground rent, mt la 30x75: house 33x60 uud in go >d order. Price $5,01); terms to suit JAMES R. EDWARDS, 37; West Twenty, third street. F i*oit sale?as west twenty-third street, a three story high stoop brown stone front nous,-, near Seventh avenue, furnished or unfurnished. It is In most Crlcrl and cle/ailt condition, frescoed throughout, iinrl very nutil nlty an I ox,'? ?nsivelv furnished from top to bottom; neigiilmrbood tirat class. Will lie sold at a moderate price; terms easy. Seen by permit from 12 ill! 2 o'clock. JAS. R. EDWARDS. 277 West Twenty-third st. For sale-a very neat three story high sloop brown stone Houae In Fiftv-Altli street, near Second avenue, furnished or unfurnished. Immediate pos session. S. T. IRELAND. 201 Broxdw.iju IpOll SALE CHEAP-VAI.UABLK PROPERTY. NO. ?) ' East Brondw-iy. running through to Division street. Inquire Of HENRY HUME, 25 Pike street. For sale or to lkt-the small, three story and basement house 207 East Fifty-third street, near Third avenue. For sale?The three, story House and Stable 446 Third avenue, southwest crnrr of Thirty-third slreel. For permits apply at 777 East Twenty-second street, before 10 A. N? and alter 7 o'clock P. M. FOR SALE OR TO LEASE?A FIRST CLASS IRON Foundry and Machine shop in Gberck atreet, with en gine, boiler, ahafling. An. WATERLOW A CO., 39 Nassau street. JjtOR SALE AT A BARGAIN?THE THRF.B STORY r and basement brink House and Lot 129 East Twenty first-treet. near Third avenue; ga? and water all through. Apply to JOSEPH KIEhUAN, 92 Court etreet, near Atlan tic, Brooklyn. Four threk story basement and subckllar high stoop browtx (tone front Houses on Swntj-ninth strop!, 1U0 root wide; an entrance street to the Park These house* ?re 18 feet by to, built tu first rate slvie. and hare ?11 the modern improvements. The street is peculated, sewered and pared with Belgian pavement. Possesron im mediately; together or separate; prior each $IS,0U0; rash $7,000. 8. THTtVSKtN ft SON. 80 Cedar street from It to * P. M., and 1.331 Third avenue, near Eighty-third street. HOTOKil FOR SALE?BY URRT ft COPLAND, 410 Fourth avouue:? 12th St., near 3d or $ I'1.000 Vfth PL, near 4(h av4 12.000 3d av.,near 56th si.... 13500 30th st, near 3d av 14.0 ? 89th St., near Lexington av 16 000 30th st.,near 4th ar 18,500 29th sL, near 4th av.. 22x00x100 X.000 H OUSKR FOR SALE?HY A. JOURNEAY, NO. ? PINK street:? West :td sL, fonr story E.b. brick .$14 000 We?l22d sL, four story h. s. b. s dt.MM Went 43d st., fonr story h. s. h. ST.W Wed 49lh at., fourstoiy. h. s. b. a 25.000 Writ 40th st., three story, h. s. b. s IH.oop West Mth St., three story li. s brick 13.000 West 37lh St., four story It. a. b s 32.000 Also a number of other Houses, variously loeiited. IOTS FOR SALE?TERMS TO SUIT, THREE LOTS. J 39x100 feet each, north aide FIftv-acvenlh street, tie tween Tenth and Eleventh uremic*, 6 feel below grade. Ap ply to JNO. McCAFKKKIY 4 CO.. 230 Bo wen. Murray rill.?for hat.e, first class four story brown pUtne House. 273 Lexington avenue, de lightfully situated; has modern improvements; black wal nut staircase throughout; firm floor finished elegantly In black walnut and rosewood. ftc. Apply to the owner, PI Chambers street, or to HOMER MOKOAN. No. 2 Pine at. STORE PROPERTY ON THIRD AVENUE FOR SALE.? A corner House and Lot. four atonies, price (21.000: a brown stone House and lad, four alortea. j>rti e (Sfi.OUt); a brick House and I-ol. four stories, pries (16,0uu. a corner House mid Lot, lire stories, price (32 (W0; East Potty-eighth street three story and ba-emem. high stoop, price (19.250; Uu ington avenue, three story brick, price (ll.uOJ. Apply t J. FETTRETCH A CO., 217 East Thirtieth strceL near Third sveuue. The cheapest house in new york?east Fourteenth street- four story iimwn atone; first class ?a every respecL Apply to A. S. KKWUKRRY, 16.' Broad way. (J. - Otlfl WILL BUT A OOOD THREE STORY sJI'I.O'm" and rell.ir frame ll.msn, eonne-tod with sewer, II room*, water through house, Eighty-sevenitx street, between TTilrJ and Kouriu avenacs. $3Ot>iean re main on mortgage three year''. S. THOMSON ft BON. No. 8J Cedar street 12 to11*. M., and 1,333 Third avenue. (J?7 rfm FOIt * THRl.F. STORY HIOH STOOP 9 I suUU brick House in Stxly-sixth street; modern improvements; or will rent low to a good tenant. S. F. IRELAND, 201 Broadway. $12 500 ~FOR 8A',r:-A THREE STORY AND basement brown atone House in West Forty-fourth street, near Fifth avenue, having all the mod eru improvements, only (4,340 cash required. Apply to J. FKOAKK, 617 Broadway. (|>T O nnn -F()R RAMI?THRKK STORY BROWN qPJ.O."/Ul/. stone iMkCinent brick tioii?e on Second are. nue; ail modern improvement*. House. 20\.V; lot. 3U. Ap ply at 217 Bowery. siEOKHK THKI8S. (T?l A inn WILL BUY THAT FIRST CLASS TENE JJ3 Ltt.vM" ' inetit I'ropet ;y, 231 We-t Tldrty-third street, near Blind Asylum, double lour stor- hrlek on fronl and three stoiy brtck'on rear: all improvements: (I 9ft) rent guaranteed. Terms easy. 63 West rlMIpcighth street. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FUR SALE. AT A VERY MODERATE PRICE-FOR SALE, THE property of an estate: Hie elegant, thoroughly built, three story, nttle end ba-'tnnt Residence 163 President street, Itnioklyn. SflxuO: double lot. bJilUU feet: nurlor-. din ing and rereption rooms on our floor; frescoed; lias every convenience; excellent neighborhood; convenient to ears iind terries. Caa be seen by calling for keva at 191 Presi dent street. Price (30.000. Apply to li. R. liKELOUO, Executor, 64 Cedar street, N. Y. A HOUSE (7 ROOMS) FOR SAI.M?(3,0)10; OR TO LET, (3u0; three miles out. East Brooklyn. Maspeth Avenue Railroad, on high ground Also 2t? East Twentieth street. DODOS. A TWO STORY AND ATTIC FRAME HOUSE, PILLED iu with brick, with two Lots of land for sale, in Brook B" b; half hour's ride m horse ears from ferry. Apply to J. , DEACON, 13 Bare1 iy street. New York A RARE CHANCE OFFERED.?FOR SALE, IN Brooklyn, on the souths i?t corner Carlton and WiL loughhv avenues, one of the elegant block of brown stone front Rouses, throe stories basement and cellar; house 21 6x 4ft fret, lot 100. sll modern improvements, Convenient to DeKalb and Mvrtle avenue ear routes to Fultou ferry. Price (19,300. pari on bond and mortgage. Apply on thapremlsea toTIIOMAS FAQAN. A FOUR STORY B NOLI A It BASEMENT HOUSE, RLE J\ gsntly fluished, very desirable location in Brooklyn: convenient lo friries; for sale at (fi.OUO. Apply at 173 Broadway, rtgar -tore. 1NOR SALE?IN OREENPOINT, A NEAT TWO STORY ' Cottage House, four blocks from the ferry. Price (I two. Terms easy. For particulars call at 6W Eighth V?R -^w^!o^?aMndNhat%Jt W DwMIIni; modern^nM'roVemenRt.^2flx?xlrtV. (.V^ ^ Thlrd .venue. FOR SALE?RCILDINO SUITABLE for MANUFAC turlng purposes, with Meant engine and boiler; .15 hone power; building about 49x100. three stories, brick. Ap |lv in KIHtOW ft NEMTON, Union street, near Morris. For sale in broorltn-a three story and basement oounter cellar House, fotir story In the rear; Philadelphia front, with all the modern improvements. In Lee avenue, in a good location, also one stone front House on Rodney street; Fren' h roof, with *H modern im pioerments. Apply at 230 and 241 Water street, New York, or 08 Le? avenue Brooklyn. pOR SALS OR TO LET?PRICE (12.0011, RENT (l,*? g.- Brown stone House, s'l Sooond plsee, corner Court street. South Brtt 'klyn. Also 94 second piaee, price (Ifl.tAO, rent (1.000. For peimlt' apply to D. W. C. VAN TUYL, 268 Cherry atrceL N. Y. lilOR SALS. rOBBESSION AT ONCE?THE FINE I1 Residence No 2 Second place. Brooklyn, 34 leet wide, in good order, every convenience, with or without stable. For keys to examine house apply at 18 Second place. For terms to K. R. KBLLOOQ, M Oder I ? street. New York. Cfkfk ONLY REQUIRED DOWN AND A FURTHRR l<JUI) sum by Instalments for a coovenient roomy otate In Brooklyn, convenient to ferries. Apply to A. B. EWHF.RitY, In B men way. $12 OOO"*3 000 CASH, (6,000 MORTf)AOR _(FIVE _ _ yeare) and 83 too In any other good prop erty?will buy a aodern three story high stoop marbls froat House In the ?esl part of Hrooklvn; Immediate pSS" (MM9B. it T, IU8II, U? Bmadwhft, A A1 COQFKT RBAL BIT&TV POR KALIS. s COUNTRY HOUR, I'ROM $!.(?? TO fllOU.PflO SHE ,*\ STaKLKT DAY'H RealKstito Circular, arl.i- b ran b? li id at SI!) ' mirth ivenue. or m died npoa receipt of *' imp. a PUS AP A NT ? M Nruv HOURI. WIT# PROTP /\ In <?* .mil imut Ifc icrv I f laud. in We.lporl, 4" luiles fr. 11 Nrii V rt., fn mile fut A|<ply to A. I'K VV, Esq., Westport. Comm.. or A, HANIURI), bK Ubtrti MwM. TALI Aitl.K MICK VAIilt FOR HALB-iM Complete working enter; AW feet Jerk, end uaar the en y. possession immediately. H H. TAYLOR a CO., Koe. 8 end 1M Pine street. Li. wanting fapms.?ctooo soil, mild oli mbic 31 miles south of Philadelphia. Price only >36 per core. Also improved Farm*. Hundred* ere settling. Information aeui tree. Address C. K. LANDU, Vine lead, Meir Jersey. AT AMLNIA union, dutch bus county, a larof.

convenient Dwelling, id good repair, with two and * quarter acta* of Land, Blocked with' exoeUem grafted fruit. Address Mr*. Kb. Y Chamberlain, on the premise*, or Uirara Merritt. ?9 Third avenue. ABAROAIN.-I.AROR MANSION, BARN, FRUIT, lower*; 1? City Lota; furuiahod or unfurnished, at Woodatook, Morrisania; lrandv lu the city. DITCUKTT. No. * New Chamber* street, up etaira. ? NBAT COTTAQK POR AUflO ?ONK FOR >3.300; well located, at Morrisania, and handy K> the clly; a bargain. Apply at the Waatebeater Land Oflloe, No. I New Chauibars atreet, corner of Chatham. AT SARATOGA SPRINGS.-LAKOR BRICK HOUSE for *ale, wail situated, with two springs on piaoe and nearly two arrea of ground. Never used exoept for prirate residence, but suitable for boarding hi.use or club of gentle men. lu good repair. Posaotaion given immediately. Ap ply to HOMER MGROAN. No. t Pino atreet. A SPLENDID FRUIT FARM AT 8PRIN0 TALLET, OP 30 acres; large apple orchard, pear orchard, also plums, cherries, quinces, grapes, penotes, Lawton'n straw berries in a bunds nee. good house, 8 rooms, attic and cellar; abundant outbuildings, ail in complete oondttion; price $S,W. J. a KKEQl'SOM A CO.. 38 Naaaaa etreei. ruum a*. C1HKAP HOUSES?AT METUCHIN, ONE HOUR FROM / Jersey City; commutation >70 Cetlagea, with from one to to urteea acres, at prices from $3^00 la >6,100; easy terms. Also Country Seats. PK1TIT A VKAZ&E, IT! Broadway, room No. 3 COUNTRY SEAT POR 8ALK?SITUATED ON THE Uud?on, about one hour from the city; tine brick house, with conservatory adjoining, callable for summer or winter occupation; (pounds containing about three seres Address for partial *r* T.. box 1.867 Poet office, N. V. Farm for salk-on tub passaic rivkr, onr und a half mile from the Paterson depot of the Erie Railroad, containing irpin 20 to 60 acres; excellent locution; splendid, large and oommudious new bouse and outbuild ings, just complcied. For further Information, terms, Ac.. ' to J. VAN KI PER, ail Hudson street, N. Y.. or 00R ?'S VAN RIPER, on the premises. liiARM FOR SALE?OF M ACRES, ABOUT 5 OF IT A1 wood land, with house, bsrn and outbuilding*, two or chard*. witli good fruit handsomely situated near churches stores and school, g >od soil for grain or grass; 6 mile# west of Saratoga Springs; price >4.U0>; terms easy. Apply to D. McMASTl-.K, Saratoga Springs, Now York. IitOR SALE?IN SOUTH HURLER. N. J.. A YERY neat nud comfortable Collage, in good condition; nine rooms and cellar; lot SO by lot), woli fruited, nicely looatod ami near the car-: price >6,00(1. Apply at 8. GAKAHKANT'S Ileal Estate Agcucy, Bcrgeu square, or address box 38t New York oflloe, rpOB SALE-RYE PROPERTY, ATA OREAT 8ACRI jF lie;? F or sale. at ltye tenminutex' walk from Port Chester de pot. a Btagnifloent Couiury Residence, oominanding a new of l.oug Is and souud aud surrounding country for more than twenty mile# The" hoii.-e is large and in oomplete order, and containa eighteen rooms, laundry, pantries, hot and cold water, sta tionary ivsshtttbs and furnace, and carpeted throughout with Brussels and Throe ply Carpets; outbuildings are of reoent construction, with every conventeiioe; Urge carriage house and atabllug for twelve horses, hennery, piggery, sheds, Ac., all newly painted. The ground* sre about nine seres, beautifully ornamented with landscape beds, ahrubberv. grovelled walks, summer ho me, statuary and fls'a ponds filled with lleh; a line kitchen gardcu; the choicest kinds ot fruit in great abundance. A place every way desirable for a permanent home or sum mer rcsltleucc. The sea battling isexcelleut and the situation unsurpassed for health. For further particulars apply to ALLEN A DROWN, 96 Broadway. Apply to NEL1UE F?* S?^V?r,K5AL SPLENDID COTTAGE HOrSEg ^SST"Sr3 ?p^OR SALE?AT PLAJNFIKLD. N. J. THRKk Oliln" 5WIm?gdepot.15 acre,, of line Land." sKtt?aisisSKBf?. vr8??** F0a^L?-^,V^R* DESIRABLE COUNTRY RP.8U Ss^"SSs5S3Jsr^"? tsf'issjssr^' ?w^rwsusRssa IjlOR SALE?AT FLU8HING, L. L. A VEST Hants L ssssazsfjts Take pert or whole in tralle AMNnVfT, Ijiou SALE-HOUSE AND LOT. CONTAINING IS PI* Erh'iStm !? "T"*1 N- ' ? ,fl# *??SSS. ?MMW h 7.. ?7? Sfr,:n minutes' walk from the OeetaemM frZ'.Irl" ??L weter In SLtSSTStS For salk lb room Easy ternu. Herald offlee In I he garden. Prion $4..V)0. L"H)R SALE?NEAR PATERRON, A MaGNTPK'FNT ?vt.^U?,rjr ?*?**. new end "malu.alithl teafcsarsas,?- i3l" ?r?w* For sale?a first class three storv ? ?n ilw^^?m?!> 1 ih'*h stooP Philadelphia brick House with o,;,c.iTmor*im/irr,:,,,'nu'n8wi' b,"u ??*m&3ft . w?i *ivie, |i)4 Jersey avenue. nour South Knnrth atr*** .Jersey City; house JUxM; lol AJilOO; care pas* the donTfbr Jer?ev Oily and lloboken fcrrice; price f?2 uOO |4 (XX) c?n remain on mortgage; parlor card+Ia hill rtiiSKe 12 fixture* Inrlnd^T A^ly le {WlLIAM B 8TMLLE "is" Moiitgomcry_.ireet, Jersey City" htklle. 15 Tj^OU SALE?AT MORRISaNIA. A TWO DTORf ivn pterdl North lirer. foot oTunoal Z.i JOHN, UOR SALE?FURNISHED, IN THE VILI.AOE OP Astoria, a first class Uivudonce, containing s'l moHani Tl'nc ricw'fd^HcU e'ete^nnd MS Krm""' n"'1 commanding a oU^No^yJSu 4 Wtlle- * ??lh William r -? Kfe-p.'ra' hv5T?,r,v;fea ;;r.;;r,r?ri ptaS* Se?y??klj"' *BJ ( HARLEs OTIS, 47 Exchange For sale-at orange, n. j? m miles from dcp.,t. ? pleasantly ?itualed Houae. twelve room! m? n? e, anda limit an acre., of Land, wc'l fruited, togetherwlih carriage house, .table, hennery, cuw ?U blei,^Te?m. New' v?ArkP" 10 CUARUja ?? 1? C^nUee Tp' Ti'OR SALE?A COTTAGE, CONTAINING urrv L/'ThoZ\ W' :"Je" ? Iwu V?iI ' ?mr and steamboat Undine Kii^m.cT.r., BCRNHAM. eurter St sagdte.?^iAAit,'g.?'' F^OR SALE or EXCHANGE?POR OITT OR RROOK Ivn property, a Une large Hnu.e now In progress ?r rrretl.",,attir?nte; three a?e* of ground. Ae.faT.riam roorn HS Por parttciilare apply at 71 Broadway, FOR sale or kxchangk-a factory, at a nr. pm ?n the Erie Railroad, two hour* time from Ne? tork; ranaelly K.OOO feet, with large etorehoitae dweliine RSte?^!S!,0U',M- App,y 10 ? M- ^apman, Ji Bi^oR hale ok to LET?at SOOTH BERGEN v .1 ad Tfle T r??,r ?f Be^"n and Newark ?.i?nk Sliii ii ./J i i11*6 *nd ??ren (iround, beaut*. mu!ea *8 complete order. Inquire on the pre F'OR SALE OR TO LET-ORB MIL8 FROM DEPOT at Tarry town, a ?ery nlre place of two acre* Cottaae ntneroom*; Iwrn; abtiudanoe of fruit; lar<? a'hade ami ornamental traae; good .lew of rlrer; prkSe'VStl ?? HMdSSAS"""?- T"""r.U JO.J2 LTOR SALE Oft TO RENT?46 MINUTES PROM WALL T etreet. .la Long l.land K-iilroed four hral rla*. Iloticee, Marty mw. near depot. AUo a flne W ,n.7.V Ilmoeto rent, furnl?liet|, to acre* P c BI'I kih vMS Wall alreet, .ranniey court. ^ r" U Bl'LhLE i, AS tjW)R SALE ON 8TATEN ISLAND. IN NEW HninvON? s L * '?.7" "da ^ Man-ion. wVth *0 im prnremenu, ga*. Ac., large and beautiful 'awn*, grapery, greenhonae, garden fruit treee. Ac.. *.n\? and lodi. Vine of the most desirable place, in the rleinltr of New Tork Per ? itiiri parlh ular, .ind p,urail* apply at ?5 Broadway. Hudson river property?for sale, on the west hank ol the Hudson, a number oi hsndaome nesldeiieee. with rl.er fronu, between Plermnntnnd Nosck wttbrrom I lol? wret ranginc !n price front ?l\000 to B2.50R Apply to WM. H. PLATT, Plerinont, N. Y. pERBMPTORT?ONE OFTHR FINEST RESIDENCES JT la Weetchesier county, 10 mlnutea' walk from Port, cheater depot. Thie Is a veiy desirable property " y! ?old at a sacrilice. A full description will U set ration to S. KILI'ATKIi'K, Hull's Head Baitk 49 Ann f".njRTY ACRES GOOD SOIL, WRLL ^>^.OUU rniuralfd: good dwelling House, t?ew largs barn, large apple orcWd several hundred peaeh trees. Ib miles from city, on Lone Island. Terms enay. Anv numbir of Parma In the vlotnlty of New York, from fflOUto f J Oh) for M't ind iXPliKnfe ror IIouiai, ' K. FLAT A (J. Xn. < New Oamkmi street, room No. t $9 OI\fI -'?OR SALE, A TWO STORY DWRLLIM, ? J.tJiiU. conUtning ten rooms, water Inside the nonae. situate on the west side of llndaon avenue HiUson City, N. J. Splendid view of New York cifr and bir T? a two awry and basement Dwelling, finished In good drla. with marble mania la Ac. Two lota of Ground, with oini* of grape.and other fruit: a good barn; price $? o.mi li(u*? could not he built for 84.090. Also a two story anil bs,e?eal Dwelling. (basement nnt flntshndt, with twn lots and nod barn, hard and onft water In porsh, situate on a coma ion feet, on a graded and flagged etreet Prise 88.900 Apply to the owner, at Htewart'a store. Greenwich street. Wow Yak. REAL R8TATH WANTED. ANY~ PERSON HAVINO TBNEMKNT OR HO SE A Property to oell cheep for cosh, centrally teen ted hat hae not been la brokers hand,, address Kennedy, but KM Boraid oflka Tenement property wanted to buy or leooo?The highest market .sine giro*. Apply to fl it OIBBONd * CO . Ml Mm ftryet, W B ' ^ SE A I. ESTATE W\WTRD. WAVTHD-A PLC**INT CMlUWBT UK4TDKNi *B ON ihe .indent: or near the weter, with modern eewffce !<-:><*??, IA or 1$ aeres of cro -id, With cm lea. fruit Iff, Ae; prise from (BUlOU to ili.UcW. Andrrns W. H. A., bo* 2.-43 l'o t oilier. "WANTED?TO PURCHASE FOR lUMI -A GOOD " three orlnnr storv D veiling Homo. nuiuble tor the residence of a genteel f*m:'r. situated iK'.wtn Uoiou and Madison square* .m I Fourth and sitli *reuue?. __ 8 W. BENEDICT. Nos.4nui 6 Pine street. _ IITANTED-IN THIH CITV OB BROOKLYN. A FIRST ? ' cUm Rou*e, worth from 115,000 to $25,UuO, in rich hi a* for ft tinr ooualrv teat sud farm ou tho lli:dwu, value $*),0U0. Address or apply at 71 Nu**au street. room No. 9.^ WANTED TO PURCHASE?A SMALL TENEMENT FY Hmiae, ob llto tut aide, not a bore Sixteenth street. Communication! from areata win not he aoUcad. Address, with full particulars, A_ B., Herald office. TIT ANTED TO PURCHASE-A OOOD CITY HOUSE. " wot! located, lor which a nice place at Lake Mahopae will be siren ia part payment, the balance ta caah. Apply at 8M Broadway. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS. London and new york steamship line. Passage is Londoo or Brest. $110 $75 and $30 curresey. Excuraioo tickets at reduoed ratea, available for elk month*. ATALANTA. Captain Pink ham. from New York, March M B ELLON A. Captain Dixon, fiom New York, April U. CELL A. Captain OlaadeU, from New York. April 27. WM. PHNN, Captain Sellings, from New York May IL The elegant British iron ateemahlp ATALANTA will learn nler Na. S North riser, for London, calling at Brest, oe Saturday. March SO. at 12 M. Until further notice all the el annate of thin line will eall at Brent to land paaaengera. Tickets aold through by rail to Paris at 35 per cent leas than regular rates. Freight wlU be taken and through Wile of lading gieaa to Ham, Antwerp. Rotterdam. Amsterdam and Dunkirk. HOWLAND $ ah PIN WALL. Agents. National stbam nayioation company. (LI salted.) STEAMERS WEEKLY TO LIVERPOOL, CALLINO AT QUEEN8TOWN, learn pier <7 North rtrar at follow*:? ERIN Cutting Saturday, MarchM BNOLAND Grace Saturday. April ? VIRGINIA Prowae Saturday, April IS HELVETIA Thompson Saturday, April 20 Cabin paaaaga to Lirerpool or Queenstown $90 In gold. Steerage passage to Lirerpool or Queeustown $30 In cur rency. Steerage passage tickets, to bring parties from Lirerpool or Queenatowu, for $37 in currency. Through p.tsiage to Paris, Antwerp, Hamburg, Bremen, Ac . at low ratea. Drafts issued for any amount, payable at any bank in Great Britain or on the Coutiuent. Tor freight and rabln passage apply at the office of the company, 57 Broadway. And for steerage tickets at the passage office of the com pany, 27 Broadway and 275 Pearl xtreet. near -I'niton. F. W. J. Hl'ItST, Manager. Direct steamship line BETWEEN ANTWERP AND NEW YORK. The undersigned will despatch the drat class English Iron steamer OTTAWA, Captain Archer, From Antwerp SATURDAY. March '23 From New York SATURDAY. April 13 taking passengers at the following rates:? From New York?First cabin, according to location of state rooms $70?$9I> 00 Steerage 33 50 From Antwerp?First cabin 90 00 Steerage 40 00 EXCURSION TICKETS. First cabin $170 | Steerage $87 00 Payable in gold or its equivalent. Other first class steamers will follow from either side every second SATURDAY. Freight is taken at the lowest ratea for Antwerp, Rotter dam and Amsterdam. For passage or freight apply to IIII.LER A CO., No. 3 Chambers street Return tickets to paris and back. FIRST CLASS, $399 GOLD. STEAK TO LIVERPOOL. CALLING AT QPFENSTOWN. The Inman l.iae, sailing seuii-weekly, carrying the United 8tatc? (mail*'? C ITY OF WASHINGTON, Saturday. March 90. CITY OF MANCHESTER. Wednesday, April 3. CITY OF PARIS. Saturday, April ?. EDINBURlLWednesday, April 10. CITY OF ANTWERP, Saturday. April IS. And each succeeding Saturday and Wednesday, at noon, from pier 48 North river. RATES OF PAS8AC.E BT TBI MAII. srgAMIB SAILING XVKKT SATVRDAT. Payable in Gold. Payable in Currency. First cabin 9110 Steerage $39 To London 115 To London 35 To Paris 125 To Pana 45 I'aaauge bv (he Wedneaday steamers? First cabin, $110; steerage. $30, payable in United 8tates currency. Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bremen, Ac., at moderate mine. Staeniae passage from Liverpool or Queenstown. $40, cur icy Tier"*- ' "" ' ' renoy Tickets oan be bought hero by persona aendltig for their friends. For further information apply at the company's offices, JOHN O. DaLE, Agent, ? U Broadway, Nona York. fHB PARTS EXPOSITION. .. RETURN TICKETS, KM GOLD. . . THE INMAN LIRE MAIL STKAMSIItPS, Built expreeely for the trade, CITT OPPARIS, C1TTOF ANTWRRP, CITY OF LONDON, CITY OF BALTIMORE, OITT OF BOSTON, CITT OF NEW YORK. Sail fro?pier 45 North Mr'010''' EVERT 8ATI/'RDAY SPEED AND ACCOMMODATION UNSURPASSED. Price of first class passage, payable In gold New York to Llverpool..$1l0 Round tnp $17$ New York to London.... 115 Ronnd trip 185 Now York to Paris 125 Round trip RIO RETURN TICKETS GOOD FOR TWELVE MONTHS. Retnra tickets via Livporpool, London, New Haven and Dieppe allow Paris passengers to break the journey at Liverpool and London. For further information applv at the offices of the com pany?11 illlam Inman, Tower Building, Liverpool; Elves A Nacey, 61 King William street, London; Jules Deroue, 48 Rue Noire Dame des Victotres. Parts; John G. Dale, 111 Walnut street, Philadelphia, or to JOHN O. DALE, 15 Broadway, New York. Grand excursion TO THE PARIS EXPOSITION. The new and first class ocean going iron steamship HAVANA, 2.MJ0 tons burden. 8lepben Whitman, commander. Will make aa excursion from New York to Havre and back, sailing from pier 46 North river, on Wednesday, April 17, at It o'eiock tf., taking passenger* for Paris, London ill sail from Ilavrc on June 6, and Bremen. Returning, will sail from Ilavrc on June6, giving passengers holding exeu~tlon tickets about six weeks m Europe. This magnificent steamship it diVtJed into water-tight compartments, and has been newly furm-hed and elegauiiy fitted up expresslv for lids voyage. The Havana will onlv carry first class passenger*. Price of passage. In currency, to Havre, $150 and $17A To Havre and return, $250 and $390, according to size ol stateroom. An experienced surgeon on board. For further particular* and passage apply to the agents, MURRAY, FERRIS A CO.. ?2 South street,or MERCHANTS' UNION EXPRESS CO.. Corner of Broadway mid Franklin it. t?TEAM TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. From New York onlv $25 steerage The CHICAGO aalla .Saturday. Anril C MANHATTAN Saturday, April 29 from nler37 East river. Cabin passage, $9o. gold. Passage to New York and remittances to Ireland at low rates. Apply to WILLIAMS A GUION, 29 Broadway and 81 South street. FOR LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT UUEKN-STOWN, CUNARD STEAMSHIP AFRICA, from Boston, via Halifax March tt AI STALA81 AN, from New York April^ CHINA, from Huston, via Halifax AprillO rarsAOi Howrv riton xs* ronh. Cabin. ......8I5?I| Second ealun.., ?.$100 rassAiiK aqjo.r vro* ao-toa. Cabin..,.. $135 I Second cs'iiji $30 Pnvuhle In gold or Its equivalent. Por freighter pissage apjdjMto E. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling Green. 2TEAM TO GLASGOW AND LIV ERPOOL. fid mall*. _ Cnlilng at ia.ndniiderry to land passengers a vl The favorite ?AlL EVERY SATURDAY. COLUMPJ*. Carnaghar. aalla Saturday. Msr-li 39. HIBBBN'A. Munro, aalle Saturday. April 6. UNITED KINGDOM, Smith, aallaSa. lrd.iy, April II From p'er 30 North mcr. RATES OF PASSAGE. PAYABLE IN CURRENCY. To Liverpool. Glaagow and Derry?Cabins $110 and $90; steerage, $90. Prepaid ceillflcatea from those port i. $3 Passengers also forwarded to Hamburg, ILrre, Antwerp, At . at very low rates. . ... . _ For further intormailM apply *? the eompaiye office*. FRANCIS MAODONALD A CO, Agents. No. 6 Rowling Green. New York. kNLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. cr OAi.T.f vri AT nnn8T. k m CALLING AT *,RRl,T' Th#? n#w #? thl* fft*orit? rmt* forth# rontimv'tu will Mil from pier No. AO North rirr. as fol PEREIKK, Dncheaue saiurmy, nay* PRICE OF PASSAGE (INCLUDING WIIE), payable In gold or equivalent tn currency TO BREST OB HAVRE. 1 First CeWn 8980 ^Second Cabin $100 Including railway tickets, furnished on hord. First cabin $?"? I Second cabin $103 Baggage checked through to Paris. Medical attendance Dee of charge. These steamers do not carry steerage passenger. TteNKIE. Agent. 5* Roadway. out. mack) New YORK AND BREMEN STEAMSHIP tOMTANr. The first ids** United State* mall atenmahip ATLANTIC, Unas. Hover, commands. Will leave pier 4ANorihriyer nn Saturday. Aprils at9 A.M , FOR SOUTH AMPTON AND bKEMf, Inking passenger* to Southampton London, Havre and Hymen at the followitg rates, payable in gold 4 tieoqiilra 'r 1 nr?[r'abln, $119; second cabin, $68: steerne, $35. WSVAS'KIVlsAimy0** "?""?"".EKniTOS, Weir Ms* 4 President, (t9ros4way The hamburo American packet iompanvs Iron mail alenmsMp ?AMMONIA. H. Ehler*. commander, < arming the United States mail. will sail on Saturday, Nardil :tu. at 12 M., for " MBUF" HAMBURG, Inking pnenengera fcr Hamburg. Havre, Seullampton and London. First <*Wn ?m: semnd ?Ns, $75; ifcterxge, $37 SO, pay able in ??*?eo'iHalcnt. The SAXON IA will etU April A KUM1ARDT A CO. il. b. RICHARD A BOAR, General Agants, General Passenger Awnts. 4B Exchange, piaam, N t. No 4 Baretav street, a.f C1TBAM WEF.KLY TO LIVERPOOL AND QUUlNK. town, by 'AeCuntrd tine of extr?steamer*. MALTA eet'ii Wednesday, March 27. Steerage p a stage $an currency. Paahge from any part of England oy Ireland si lowest rata# , tor freight or cabin passage anpt at No. 4 Bowling Green. Tor steerage p?u?(N erdrM apply at 89 Mroad gtf< ? a UUNAilA F.VROPBAST iTP.^uniPS. 0*riiam&EMc MNE T'* KNllL*NO ASD The briv \ o' x .it'tl ; 11 *rr Ktaamshiit C rmuiiti'i fir-t r.ls AKAl.ll and KlfM'OS, it, connect .It Willi the -if. rhmmuy'a ?4ratnrrs MISSIS SlfPI mill t.l fOIV'. ST IR in Hi' rt\ .-iiiTiluc the Untied ?"tales mail*. train pier iSScith river, ,il noon on the follow ing I.IT-, raiting at P.'iiiMoulh:? V?5aP? SfA?^.F Yaiittn- ..Saturday, March*.MW i??';?:,: '!* fi?.1wleu...SU ir.Uy. April 12, IW Bm C. Sumt.er .Saturday, A lull 37, l#!7 L ,m Jt! .&U i- 5 Towiixr,?| .Saturday, Miv 11. IW AS'.??Jv? ?*AK..K. Van Star Saturday, May*, 1M7 ARAGO H. A. Gadsdeu... .Saturday, JudpB, 1(107 ?and every 14 dvva tliereafter. RATES OK PASSAGE, PAYABLE IK OOLD. first class stst SECOND CI.ASS "III". 7# Through Ticket* to London 05 etlra. An experienced surgeon on board. The Corupauies wllf not be reapooathio for apeeie or valua bles unless blue of lading, harm* (ha value expressed, am ?iff tied there for. C. R. OARRISON, lor M. T. SS. Co. _ . . .. JOS. J. COMBTOCK. for N. Y. and H. 83. Oo. For further information apply to J. 1. COMSWCK. Agent, , . No 7 Broadway. 8. Y. J. A. WulIRK, Haws, Oeneral Agent in Eurooe. s~. "10 ^,irz.kr?x$ik "D Faaaage $3* mirreocy to Liverpool or Queenstosrn. Preoaid Ucksts from Liverpool or Qnoenatown at the lew eat rates. Drafts^payable la aay part of Great Britain and Ireland. Apply 1. TAP8COTT BROTH F.KR g CO.. M Sooth street or No. *# Broadway. SHTEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QI KENRTOWN KVBRY ? Wednesday and Saturday?The steamship KRUf satis on the 30th. Passage to Liverpool or Qnoenatown RMi From Liverpool or Qaeeaalitwn $37. For poaaago apply to DOHEBTY ARE ILLY, II Broadway. gTBAKTOUVERPOOI^NI^UE^STOW^^jflK ^^^Hsalls 30th. paaaage $?; prepaid tiekela $38. England and Ireland at lowest rates. aa usual, at THOMPSON'S Black Htar^Passags office, 73 Broadway. Pea* alreet. Drafts at THomffMBBIMHBi corner of Reotor street. Bite 375 CHINA. VIA CAP! OF GOOD HOPE.?THE PA ^ffdflc MaS Sleamahlp Company's ? learner COSTA RICM Captain W. ?J, Purber, wffl sail from pier 47 North rtvB ateamer COSTA pier 4V North river, I fool of Canal street, at noon on Monday. April 1. for Japan and 8btnghae. touching at St. Vincent, Cape Town. Mau ritius, Singapore and Hong Kong, and taking a limited um ber or first cabin passengers. Apply at the Company's ofiee, 8* Wall street, Notice toconsionees.-consiosees of goods per steamer Bararia, from Hamburg January 30, and Southampton January 3# (which vessel put latch to South ampton in distress), arc hereby notified that part of tier cargo baa been 4ranshlpped per ateamer Hammonia, re cently arrlred at this port. In order to facilitate delivery of cargo they will please call at the ofilce of the undersigned, present their bills of lading for endorsement and sign the average bond. LAWSON A WALKER. NswYork, March 18,1W. Average Ad juxtern, (id Walt at Notice to parties going abroad.?English, French, German. Spaulah and American Gold and Gov ernment Securities always on hand and for sale in sums to suit. Alto Drafts In sums nf and upwards on all the principal cities and towns of Europe. DtS JONOE A CO., 93 Broadway, two doors above Wall street. The passage officb of Thompson's black Star Lino of Liverpool Packets and Liverpool and Oueenstown Steamers Is removed from 375 Pearl street to 73 Brosdway, corner of Rector street. The DENMARK sails on (he 23d. Passage, $30; prepaid tickets. $35?currency. Drafts on England aud Ireland, as usual, at lowest ratea COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS. PACIFIC MAIL 8TBAM8HIP COMPANY'S THROUGH LINK TO CALIFORNIA, CARRYING UNITED STATES WAIL, VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Steamers leave pier 43 North river, foot of Canal street, el 12 o'clock, noon, as follows:? April 1?NEW YORK. Captain .TefL Maury, connecting with CONSTITUTION, Captain Lapidge. with CONSTITUTION, Captain Lapidge. April U?HENRY CIIAUNCEY, Captain A. G. Gray, con necting with GOLDEN AGE. Captain Watkina. April 30?OCEAN QUEEN. Curtain S. A. Harris, nectlng with MONTANA. Captain Sutton. All departures touch at Acapttlco: tboae of 1st and 31 at connect at Panama with steamers for South Pacific ports; 1st and lltb for Control American porta, aud those of 1st touch at Manzanillo. Departure of 11th eaeh month connects with the new steaaa line from Panama to Australia and New Zealand. 100 pounds baggage allowed each adult. Medicines sad attendance free. For naasage tickets and all further information apply at the office on the wharf, foot of Canal street. North river. New York. F. R. BABY, Agent VTORTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. J> OPPOSITION LINE TO CALIFORNIA r VIA NICARAGUA. EVERT TWENTY DAYS. Will despatch the first class steamships ^^?SAN FRANCISCO. Ospt. Rrbm April FX From pier 39 North river, foot of Warren street, at noon, with passengers and freight, al very low rats*. Coo dealing m Pacific ocean with the fine slaemshlp* ^m on the 1 _.... MOSES TAYLOR. Captain Blethen, and AMERICA, Captain Wiseman. For further information apply to the North American Steamship Centpeav. WM. H. WEBB, President. $4 Exchange oUoe, N. Y. D. N. CARRIMGTON, Agent. 177 West street, corner Warren stresC V. T. rOR CALIFORNIA, VIA PANAMA?THE PACIFIC Mail Htesmahlp Company's steamer NEW YORK trffl mil en Monday. April 1, at Uo'clook noon. Freight received as naual. For rales. An, Inquire at freight office, en oompeny'a ptor. 43 North river, foot of Canal street. WBl.LS, FaBOO a CO.. Sole Freight Agents, P. M. 8. 8. Co. POR ST. THOMAS AND BRAZIL. UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. REGULAR MAIL STEAMERS, selling en the 39d of every month:? NORTH AMERICA, Captain L. F. Tlmtnerman....April B SOUTH AMERICA. Captain K. L. Tinklepsugh....May 38 MERRIMAC, Captain Oeorse B. Slocum inns 91 These elegant steamers sail on schedule time, end call at St. Thomas. Pars. Pernambuco, Bahia end Rio Janeiro, going end returning. For engagements of freight or passmen apply to GARRISON A ALLEN, Agents. No. 5 Bowling Green, New York. UNITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA. ATLANTIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANT. CHANGE OP SAILINO DAY. Every Thursday. atX P. M.. from pier No. 4 North rim, the elegant sidewheel ateamahipa MORRO CASTLE A damn Saturday, March M P.AGLK Greene Saturday, April 4 COLUMBIA Bartoa Saturday. April U OARRISON A ALLkN. Agents. No. 4 Bowline Green, N. Y. FOR HAVANA. VIA NASSAU. N. P. The Britiah and North American Roval Mail Sieaaa Packet Company'a near ateamer CORSICA. Captain Ln Meaaurier, will aall for the a bore porta, from the company's wharf at Jeraey City, on Saturday, 23d March, and Saturday. 20th April, at noon. Pannage money to Naaaati 944 Passage money to llarana. SO Payable In gold or lis e<iUlvaieut. igc apply to E. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling Green. Tor ft eight or paaaa^ to For oalveston, texas-sailinojveekly. TEXAS LINE. The At *>amshlp ARIADNE, Sawyer, commander, la now r*celrlng freight at pier 20 East rirer, and will sail on Saturday, March 30. K< r I might or passage, having superior accommodation*, apply to C. U MALLOKY A CO., 163 Maiden Ian*. OOl'THBRN LINE POnjfP.w ORLEANS. O The A. I eteamer ? will receire freight at pier ? Bast rtrer, and aall on Thursday Maroh it. For Ireight or pasaage apply U f. U. MAI.LORY A CO., 143 Maiden lane. STAR LINK FOR NFW ORLEANS._THE NEW YORK Mali Steamship Company's Hoe otean steaiaara wMI leave pier id North rirer, at II 1'. M , aa fofc,vv*:? MARIPUN A on Weilqeadav. March *f. Missouri ou Saturday, April A MATANKAHon Saturday, Apill 13. All hills of lading -ignod at the oflice upon the ?inr. For freight or jhaaeage apply to C. K. OARRISON. President, No. 4 Bowling Preen. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. The uew and lirat elaas steamship GROROE CROM WELL, Capi B. R. Valll, will leave pier No. P North rlvar. on Saturday, March 30, at 3 o'clock P. M. I'?r freight or passage, having unsurpassed accommoda tions. apply to H. B. CROMWELL A CO., No. M W The GENERAL ORANT will follow on April A .TOR NEW ORLEANS-BLACK STAR I,INK.-THE J atenmahlp FUNO S1IUEY, Capt. J. B. Ilcldreth' will leave pier IS North river, on Satnrdav, March 30 al :i P. VI. For freight or paa?sgo having handsome ccromiiiixlatioiia, apply to R. LOWliEN, Agent, corner Coder and Wast streets. F E MPIKE LINE FOR SAVANNAH. Every Saturday, from pier 13 North river. Puucnialty at 3 o'clock P. The favorite aidewheel atcamahlpi HAN SALVADOR, Nlckeraon. commander,tails March IE SAN JACINTO, Atkina. commander, sails April A Thiotigh tickets and bills of ladlog to all polnis In conneo. t'on with Central Railroads of Georgia, Atlantic and Osdf Railroad and Florida steamers. Eleasm passenger secommodatlonA OARRISON A ALLEN. No. 5 Bowling Green. N. T. CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP LINE. The elegant, stdewhrcl steamship MANHATTAN, Chaa. Collins, commander. Is now receiving freight at pier No. 3 North river, at reduced rates, i, ud will sell for Charleston on Saturday, March 3D, at 3 I'. M. For ft eight or pasaaga TO RY R. MORGAN A CO.. 2* Broadway. (TOR CHARLESTON, 8. C., THE FLORIDA r and ilie Soath and Honthaneat?The elaaptnt an. steamship will sill _ 1. FORM I ilie Soath and Southwest?The elegant and popular ilp QUAKER CITY Is now receiving freight and I on Saturday, Ms rah 30, from pier 14 East river, con necting ui riisilc<-ton with the steamer DICTATOR lor the Florida ports. Through hdls of lading and na'ssga ilrkeln Issued lo all af the principal points or the South. Carolina and < on nee ant railroads . AKYUCR 1EARY. 73 William street. TRAVKLLERr CJI'IIJK. HrnntiN rivkh and^ harlf.m railroads Tvstns tor Albany and Troy, connecting *'th Northern andMPeetarn train*, leave New York, via Ifadaon River Kail, mail. Thirtieth street and Tenth avenue. S and 10 A. M , and 3;t6.V:lrt and II P. M.; and via llsriom Kallroad, Twenty* slit's dieet and Fourih avenue, nt It A. M. and 4 14 P.M. Th*? 30 P. M- inihi via Hudson River will run on Suodaya, 'Sleeping ear." attached to 0:1*1 and II P. M. trains. On H:3B T. M. trsTn Is also attached a sleeping car every day etoenh ?Al Saturdays, with h la run thrsugh to Ofcdonsburg vtn R. yr. nnd O. Railroad. tvtthont change. _ Hnnds v tniia on Hudson River Road, Naw York to PnugtV keepslc and returti, leavlug New York at 8:Y) A. M.. and on llatVm Bond. Forte-second street to MUlorton and return, leaving New York at OA. M. . ^ WM. H. VANDBRBILT Ylee-FeeaWent \V \ Is Mil. JEW IC 3# It V . At C. CASH PAID FOB DIAMOND JEWELRY.?FANCT prices given for large Brilliants that are jpma. Office hon> a, ? till 10, I till 3. PLUMB. DlamomTBroker, 512 Broadway. WATCHES -SUITABLE FOR SPECULATIVE AND gift purposes, Gold and Sliver American Watches, cheap Jawe.ry of crsrv description Gold, Silver and Plated Chains. Oldestablished house: I04A Send for price list. . i UQRftl JACOBS 177 Broadway. 1