Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 1, 1873, Page 15

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 1, 1873 Page 15
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TO LOT POR Bl'gliawg PTBPOBKg. Ttthmtion. _ HHW FIBRPBOOF BUILD' NO. KULTON. NASSAU A ?D ANN ST BEETS. BLEGANT OK KICKS To RI-.NT IN THB ABOVE FIREPBOOF WELL LOCATED BUILDING, 11E1NU IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE CITY II ALL, TUB COURTS, THE P06T OFFICE. OFFICES SUITABLE fI)K LAWYFBS, BROKERS, BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, AC., AO.. CAN UK HAD SINGLY OR KN SUITE, Or' ANY DESIRED SIZE FROM lO.Vli FEET TO ?XW FEET, AT $300, MM. $500 AN? UPWARD TO $12,000, ACCORDING TO blXK AND LOCATION. THE ABOVE BUILDING IS COMPLETELY FIREPROOF. AND WILL HE BEADY FOR OCCUPANCY ON OR BEFORE MAY 1, 1H73. ALL APPLICATIONS FOR OFFICES TO BE MADE TO _ HOMER MOBOAX. NO. 1! PINK STREET. A? OFFICES ? In the DBEXEL BUILDING, lournEAST Corner of broadway and wall STBBET, lor CORPORATIONS, BANKERS, LAWYERS, AC,, open tor examination ON AND AFTER APRIL 1. i Two Elevators, two staircases, fireproof, well venti lated and lighted, heated l.v steam : every modern con renienue on each Boor. Apply to JOS. W. DBEXEL. S3 Exchange place; HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street, >r on tin- premises. H WHOLE BUILDING OR THREE FLOORS, SOX.'A ? in East Twenty-fifth strict, to let, with or with ut Stanm Power. For particular* apply to LIEBEN tOTH, VON A Uw A CO., SO FruulUin street. ^OI A ?HOTEL, MILLINERS, FURNITURE, AC.-N0S. /V ? 4, 6 and 8 Twentieth street, next to Lord A Taylor'*, kingly or together, a* now or altered. DREW, ISA Fifth avenue : .) BBS UP, 258 Broadway. A? TO LEASE FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES, 114 ? Fifth avenue, between Nineteenth and Twentieth Itreets; rent $7,500 per annum. II^R. DUEW A CO., 165 FUth avenue. A? TO LEASE FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES, TO . get her or icparately, the live story brown Building torner Flltli avenue and l'wentv-Urat street; sixe, 4(5*90. Apply to 11. It. DREW A CO., 158 I itth avi nuc. A LARGE STORE TO LEASE-ON BROADWAY, corner Tweiuy-lltth street; also one on Fifth avo Duo, corner Twenty-sixth street; lent moderate. 11. R. DREW A CO., 155 Ml Hi avenue. A? TO LET. A FIRST CLASS FOUB STORY BROWN . stone llou>e, 82 Fast Nineteenth street, near Broad way ; splendid chance ; rent $3,300; w>li lease tor business Burposea and permit alterations- Apply to WM. LAIM Ki.lt. 7.1 Lexington avenue. CORNER LIQUOR STORE TO LE r.? 637 HUDSON strt ot, corner oi Uorutio street Apply to J. W1L ON, 195 South street. A LARGE STORE AND OFFICE PROPERTY ON Nassau street to lease, at it reduction on present rental. JAMES BluCHEiT, 16 Wall street, room 18, third story, front. ! \ FINE SECOND LOFT TO LKT-100X5J FEET; high ceiling", well lighted and insuriinec low; no wood workers allowed. Apply at 054 West Twenty -filth street. AN ELEGANT STORE AND BASEMENT ON THE 1\ best pert ol' Sixth avenue; rent only $900; will only be rented lor first clans business. Morris B. HAKR, 995 sixth avenue. A CORNER STOKE TO LEASE? WEST SIDE; handsome windows; very best location for first class retail business. Address \V. E. L., box lul Herald Uptown Branch office. A SIXTH AVENUE STORE TO LEASE FOR FIVE year*. Apply to or address I). W. C. LANGLEY, Johnston's iewelry store, 697 Sixth avenve, coiner For tieth street. A STORE, WITH TWO OTHER APARTMENTS. TO A let? On Fourth avenue; very desirable tor milliner or dressmaker ; rein very low to good tenant. C. s. PECK A CO., 181 Filth avenue. Broadway.? to lease, the property 682 Broadwnv, through to Crosby street; Broftdwav halt' of store or loits separate II desired, store (>3i Broadway to let. Also Rooms and Loits over G36and' IBS. Apply ut 638 Broadway. S ROADWAY, EAST SIDE.? PART OF A STORE, with Fixtures, to lease to a light compact business ; ation near Arnold's: low rent. Address HARMONY, Herald Uptown Branch oltlce. Bakery to hi nt? for a term of years, in tiie city of Yonkers, In the centre ol business. En quire ot PARINGTOts 4 ROCK. WELL, No. 1, Getty House, Yonkers. Butcher store to let-corner eighth aye ntie and Thirty-sixth street; $30 tier month, to a uood tenant Apply nt once at 619 Eighth avenue, corner Thirty-sixth ureet. C1HEAP RENTS FOR MANUFACTURING PURPOSES.? / Ten Stores and Loits on First avenue, Fortieth and Forty-first streets. Inquire of Mr. HILLINGS, 338 Forty first street, or Air. TODD, 70 Beaver street. Desk boom to let.? a first rate chance lor advertising moots. Apply at the oflice ol the EVENING TrLKGBAM. No. 2 Ann Street. Entire shop? three stories, 23 xso; or floors lo let, witli steam power. Inquire on premises 1-1 Amity streot. TjUGHTll AVENUE CORNER STORE TO LET? 25 JTi leet trout; plate glass windows. GEORGE DILLA WAY, 51 Williutn street, room 11. FURNISHED OFFICE, SECOND FLOOR, SUITABLE lor architect, lawyer or dentist, and three untur Dished Rooms on third floor, in Builder*' mid Material Dealers' Exchange, Third avenne, near liu h street. DINGLE, POK'lErt A CO., 2,308 ihird avenue, and 82 Co ttar street. Hall and other ac< ommodations to let? suitable for a Sunday school, debating society, club, Be. MH West Twenty-ninth ? reet. Large basement to let-at 6.i Barclay sfreet. Inquire in store. STRYKKR A BROTHER. T OFTS? WITH SPLENDID LIGHT, TO I, BASE LOW, , Jj near Broadway ; steam power it wanted. Apply at ' WVesey Street. Liquor and other stokes to let, cheap. ? iwo Liquor Siores in the Ninth ward; a Fancy Goods, Candy anil Shoe Store In llud-on street: a Stable Snd a Feed store on Ninth u^pue; all in good lo ation*. pply at <103 Hudson street. OFFICES In the Drexe! Building, ?onthesst corner of Broad and Wail streets, suitable for corporations, bankers, lawyers. Ac., to rent trom Mav I; two elevators, two staircases, fireproof throughout ; well lighted and ventilated; heated by steam; every modern convenience. Apply to JOS. W. DREXEIi, 53 Exchange place. HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 I'ine street OFFICE TO LET-ON FIRST FLOOR OF NO. 46 CLIFF street; newly fitted up, light und pleasant; sl/.e 11x22 leet Apply on premises. STEAM POWER.? THREE BOOMS 53X96; TWO 40X40; one 30x50 ;s tea in hoist: good light; rent very low; lor wood or iron. P. M. W I L ON. 404 Blcecner street LjTliAfl POWER TO LET? WITH WELL LIGHTED C? Rooms; ^ Id, iSxbFi, 75x36, 25x1 '0, and Basement, 25x 60. Apply to NOURIS A MILLER, ZfllEast Forty-first st OTFAM POWER.? TO LET, THREE ROOMS, 1' I BY 40, O ami three small Rooms on third nnd fourth Honrs. 113 Nus-aii street. ? itli or witliout power. Inquire ot M. J. OlLiHOOLY, oltiee No. 2. ___ STEAM POWER, WITH WELL L'GHTED FfOOKS, lor $15, $20, per mouth; plenty power: low insur ance ; immediate possession ; tree rent Ti l .May I. E. BE I. I.I.N i i , 31 1 and 313 a \ t nuc A. Stores to LET OR lease.?' the new stores now occupied b> Woodruir, Silencer A Stout, imi. 70 Warren street und M t'ollege place; thirty-eight leet front, lorming un L lionling on botli streets, with tine cel lMrs. gko. u. WELSH, 2!>3 Greenwich meet. STORE, TWO ROOMS AND BASEMENT To LET-AT Fourth aNcuuo; rent $l,tUJ; immediate posses sion. rpo Lur?m completely furnished rooms over flrit floor of 6.2 ami fi.'i Broadway. Mutable lor hotel purposes. Apply ftt once to OKO. H. TYLER, Olympic Theatre. TO LET ? STORES AND APARTMENTS IN THE NEW brown stone houses, 37 spring and -U, 213, 215 Mutt, near i priiit'. Inquire at housekeeper's, 211 Moti afreet, or itUlHAfftlUI A tOUUl u i KK'S, .o s, . ond mo I.I T - 11 1 1 . s rollE AND IIASE'IENT, ilK I'.IOHTH 1 avrnux, between Twentieth and Twenty-Brat streets: occupied lor many years as n dry goods store ; Lease and lix.uies lor sali'. In.j nire on premises. mo M i-Tiii: itoU, WITH DWELLING BOOltS X and Cellar, . 147 Cast Thlrty-iourili street, near the ferry; suitable tor nny tmstiic'ss: rent $30 ; possession lin mediately. Apply ?t _3s Spring street. TO LET? OFFICES AMI STORKS ; 20 DIFFERENT kinds. Apply to Or. WASHINGTON, b7 Liberty ?tree l. TO LKT? PART OF STORE NO. 1 BARCLAY STREET; suitable tor cigar, Iruiu or soda water business. in quire iri flour store. TO LET? BASEMENT OF LA ROE BUILDINO NORTH wost eorncr avenue A and Kahili airuet; possession Immediately. Apply on preinln s. To l.KT? WITH OR WITHOUT STEAM I'OWHH, A large Building, lour stories, bflsctnc nt aud lofi ; ^,n) feet Iront by 74 lent deep ; well situated for any kind of Manufacturing business, or will he let In Room* to suit applicants. Inquire at 501 First avenue, between T wen ty-niU'ti and Thirtieth itreeta. 0 LET? THE STORK AND UOU&E 2?9 THIRD AVE HU?i three year*' lease Riven. Apply on prcmlaea. TO LET? THE DESIRABLE OFFICES IN THK. IIL'ILI). inn H? and HI Nassau struct, do long occupieJ by the OouniM'l to ttto Corporation ; seven rooms in number; cliher together or In tuns, Inquire ol 'MOS. E. DAVIS, K2 Nassau utieet. TO LET-SECOND AND FOURTH FLOORS AT 72 John street ; are well lighted and suitable lor gen eral bus. lies* purposes. Apply on the premises. TO LET? IN THE NEW AND ELEGANT IRON BUILD in* 2.W Broadway, Offices, either singly or en suite, at reasonable rates; are tilted with ail modem improve in en Is, wiih use of elevator. Apply ou the premises to Knlckerhoker Life Insurance Company. rno LKT? THE OLD-EiTAHMSIIED LIOUOB AND A ReiUlylng llnuw! of Stirling A Son, 1 ll? Warren pireet, wi F. or without the fixtures, which consist ol lieaek Tubs; 1 Tank, S.08U gailous; I. I, .OJgnllons; 2 Ke c< tv.-rs, h.w gallons each, and everything else in perfect order n> earry on the business. I Ins is a chance seldom to be met with. Apply at 119 Warren street. _ TO LET-HALF LOFT, SUITABLE FOR AN OFFICE or biisliH-jH purpose* of liny kind ; reut very chcsp. m Qraenwti h street, near Barclay, rl.KT OR LEASE? THK STORE 201 CHAMBERS slri ..I, lunniiig through to Hcade street, near West, by Pavonia terry; ha* Dearborn at ties, counters, shelv ing, gas and < roion water in. A^ply to U. VMiAY, JJ1 Hou street, or In the aloifc T TO LOT yOll - mo LET? AN OLD pe'ABLISHED OBOCBBY BTORB, 1 78 South riflb -vent**. near Houston street; rent low. Apply u> r! JHvy.it hA\, 61 l.lspcnard street 125x100 R?u?,l'n VEars. A FOUR joc&tcd ni Jersey Cilv iiubp'h t and . PartlCU TO LEASE? STORE, BASKMKNT AND 8UB-CBLLAR, $6x100x112. or entire live story Building. 85 Nawiu direct. Apply to J AMES B1KCUKTT, 10 Wall street, room 18, between 11 and 4. TO LEASE? KOR 42 YEARf, A I,OT, IN GREENE street; bent business locauon in the city; initilit lend nearly 60 per cent tu help to build. Address box 2,i;i> Post office. r LITHOGRAPHERS, PRINTERS, AC.? A FINE large Sub-Basement to let on reasonable tonus, Willi use ot steam power II desired. Api.lv on the prenil.-cs, 2:w Broadway, to Knickerbocker Liio Insurance Cum pany. THORNTW M. RODMAN REAL ESTATE AGENT. 6Hi> Broadway, offers lor lea-e Store and Dwelling 131 Waver ley place; will let together or feparntcly; rent SI, 200; Store with back Koom iind front Basement, $i>50; First Floor, $300; entire Dwelling Fart ol 76 Sixth ave nue, corner of Waverlov place ; good stand for dentistry, millinery or dressmaking ; rent $7UU. Possession Imme diately. Will put in order. TWO UPPEB FLOORS TO LET. CAItL SCHALK, 120 Nawtau street. rpHE BAR OF THE FRANKFORT HOUSE TO LET? L Small store in William street. S. C. SMITH, Frankfort House, 208 Willian. ?tr< *t, otUco up stairs. VERY DESIRABLE BOOMS. WITH STEAM POWER, to let, in building 382 Second areuuo. corner of Twenty-second street. __ WORKSHOP TO LET? TniRD FLOOR OF BRICK building; frontage 50x25 feet; well lightod ; large platform extension and hoistwuy. Inquire on the premises, reur ot 29 Kin;; street. A Q WEST TWENTY SIXTH STREET.-LARGE AND T;0 small Boom*; Parlors, e leu u lit unites for doctors and dentists; location commands business; Room suitable tor an artist's studio ; $3 upwards. No moving in May. DtVKLMIVG HOUSK* TO LKT. Kuin Ulieil. A FINELY FURNISHED 21X5!) THERE STORY modern brown stone House to ront ; $W5 per month ; perfect order; every convenience. Apply ut 2i0 Last Forty-eighth street A COMFORTABLY FURNISHED HOUSE, IN GOOD repair, 10 rooms, all conveniences near Cooper In stitu'e, $80 per month : Furniture, uhicb must be bought, worth IVom $1.2( 0 to $1, .W0; more than rent made by rent ing looms. Address .IN (J. graham, 06 Chambers st. A FULLY FURNISHED HOl'SK TO RENT FOR seven or eight months; location Tenth street, near Filth avenue; very desirable. Apply to K. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine street or 3fi East Seventeenth street. A THREE STORY BROWN STONE, 10X60, ON WEST side, block irom the Park, fully furnished, mirrors, velvet carpots, Ac., to lei to u private tamily only; rent $150 a month. Address ASTOR, Herald office. A LARGE HOUSE IN IRVING PLACE, PARTIALLY furnished, to rent or leaso; suitable tor a tlrst class boarding house. M. A. J. LYNCH, 08 Cedar street. ALAROE, ELEGANT AND COMPLETELY Fl'R n la bed foar story brown stone high stoop House; Steinway Piano, Silver, Linen, Books, Kitchen Otenalis, Ac. GEORGE ('. soiti-.N, 17.1 Fifth avenue. At bargains? furnished HOUSES in GOOD localities, from $125 to a month ; rents reduced. WILLIAM TUCKER, 220 1 1ft h avenue, first door above Twenty-sixth street. A N ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE, 25 FEET IN J\. w idth, near Fifth avenue, $.\C0 I a year WILLI AM I I CKEK, 220 Filth aveuue, lirsi door above Twenty-sixth street, up stairs. Anew brown stone mouse, with new and modern inrniture, complete tor housekeeping, to let, n< nr the I'ark; the location is both c iv and eouutry combined ; rent low to a responsible tenant. C. S. Pi'JCK A CO., 181 Fifth avenue. A THESE STORY HIGH STOOP COSEY LITTLE llouse, near st. James Hotel, to let; rent $225 per mouth, with lurniture, which is p"f>d, C. S. PECK t 0 >., 181 Fifth avenue. Four story high stoop house to lease or lor tale.? Furnished ; immediate possesion : perfect house; nil modern. Apply on premises, 314 East Ninth street, near Second avenue. House to rent? furnished or unfurnished, the three story high stoop house. 222 West Fifty-third street; occupied by owner; houses of this block liuve extra Hue large trout yards. I ON DON. ENGLAND, VICTORIA ST., WEST J minster.? For ront to a private family, for six months, commencing 1st April, a very handsomely fur nislied "htage," consisting of parlor, 40 feet long; large I dining room*, billiard room, six bedrooms, dressing room', kitchen, servants' rooms; complete ill every re spect; ah rooms on one floor; lisht and very airy, and approached by stone stain-uses hack uud front; n .nr Westminster Abbey and Victoria station; rent $l,U0i), gold. Address A. L.. box 185 Herald ofiice, or C. PAR IS' ELL, Esq., 50 Pall Mall, London. rilO LET? FURNISHED, THE RESIDENCE OF THE 1 la le Jesse W. Benedict, at Audubon Park, Washing ton Heights, New York citv; property is on the banks of the Hudson ; ample grounds, doulde house, stable, Ac. For lull particulars and circular apply to COLEMAN BENEDICT, 14 Broad street, or PETER CARTER, D.10 Broadway. TO LET? TO A PRIVATE FAMILY ONLY, FOR OWE year from May I, s first elase-bTown Hone fall rteed h;gh s'oo,) four storv furnished House, between Broad way an! Fourth avenue. Apply at room 6, 271 Broad way. TO LET? FURNISHED HOUSE ON SKA SHORE, south side Si?;en Island; sialde, icehouse, garden, Iroit inabun Isnee ; rent $t*M per annum ; posses-ion at any tunc. Apply to A. JOURNEAY, 51 l.ispeuard street. T'O BEET? FURNISHED, BROWN BTONK HOUSE near Central Park; u rented this week a positive bargain ; no agents. Address 8aiv EL, Herald office. TO LET? PARTLY FURNISHED HOUSE; 1? ACHES, large barn, trnit and shade trees: 1^ miles from or ange, N. .1. ; possession immediately; rcut $o.Vi. Address FARM, ih raid Uptown Branch office. 7Q NASSAU STREET.? STORE AND BASEMENT TO I O let; also well lighted otltees. UEORUfi ifcftUCKLES, 7'J Nassau street, room 9. A Unf'urn iahed . A -TO LET? A FOUR STORY FRENCH BASEMENT . House. 23 2 West Forty-first street, in go<>d order; contains about 14 rooms: nil modern lm:>rovem< rus; rent low. inquire of J. MULLINS, builder, '?lii Weal For tieth street. A-TOJ.ET. SOME OK TUB HANDSOMEST FRENCH ? Flats evir erected in (his ciiv, K and 10 large room*, all lLhted, below the Park. iiritr Fifth avenue; also &j House*, in koo.i location*. Oflw v#-1 sixth avenue. A PRETTY BRICK COTTAGE, FORT1KTH STREET, near I'ark avenue; rent 91, 0U0; prico $Ki,5U0; lot 20x>? block ; a bargain. BURNETT A BUCK, 1,075 Third nvoiiuc. THREE ~SToRY HIGH STOOP HOUSE To LOT? _ Ail the niodeFn Improvements; 22 1'auk street, be tween Wavcrley place and Fourth street. Inquire of 3. RudH, U Eliliih trenue, or on the premises, between 2 and 4 o'clock, when it can be seen. Kent $t,400. A HANDSOME FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP brown stone, Thirty-fourth street; rent $2,H00; price $3u,0m ; built by nays' work. HURNETl A BUt K, 1,07ft third av., near Sixty-third ft. A TURKS STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK HOUSE IN W est Fifteenth street, between Seventh and Eigh Hi avenues; rent$2,O00. Apply to J. KOM.tlNE BROWN, 1,2?0 Broadway. _ _ _ ? UNTuKNISHKI) BROWN STONE HOUSES S4TII . bt.. $1,300; :;(lth St., $1,?00; 54tb St.. 81,610; tOlli ft., fl.'vJO and fti.OnO; 48th st., $1,400; Lsxlugton av., $l,r,oO; SOth st., $1,3A0; many others. ARKELL. 913 6th ??. Avery desirable three story high stoop brown clone House, 2Ux60v7& In I li ticth street, near Sixth avenue; rent only $i,6<iti; also others. JAS. B. WAiEltLOW, fel Sixth avenue. A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP, SIXTY-THIRD iv street, west ot I lilril a venue, anil two Cottages on W est bixtieth street ; eneh $1,000-. improvement*. Bl'RNKTT *v BUCK, 1,076 Third avenue. A FOUR STORY AND BASEMENT HOUSE TO let, on Thirty second street, between Sixth snd S< V euih avenues; all modern improvement*. Also a cu?y UUle House on Twenty-eighth sfrret t?>r $1,0011 M. E i. V Y, 374 West Thirty ninth street. A SPLENDID BROW* STONE ENGLISH BASE nient House to rent, on West Twenty second street, in elegant order throughout; all iiiiprovements; good neighborhood, iront and rear; sob-eel I ar ventilation; bay windows. I bis is a choice house of its class, and Worth examining. JAMES It. EDWARDS, examining w#,t nvsmy third street. LARGE NUMBER OF LOW PRICED UN FUR Dished Houses, $1,200 to $1,800 a year, on Ifith. 10th, 2jst, 1Mb, *Hh, wth, iiith, .Hist, 32d, Ad, 84th, 35th, St<tli, 3, th, :>>th. HM h, 40th, 42d, nth. 4titii, tatti, 40th, 61st, MUi, ftdth. 68th, 5'Jth and 60th str< ets. 1 ' ' WILLI a M TUCKER, 220 Fifth avenue. "a T $8,000 A~~Y E AR? Ft) UR STORY BROWN STONE iv House, handsomely tre-coed. 22*55x100, on Murray liiil. Fifth and sixth avenues, unlurnlsht d. WM. TUCKER, 'iau Fifth avenue. AT %'i 000 A YE A R? HANDSOME BROWN STONE House, on Thiny-tlllli street, neat I'ark nveuue. william TUCKER, Filth avenue, first door above Twenty-sixth street. Bp suilrs. A A FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE House, containing 20 rooms; all Improvements, nnd now being thoroughly repaired: possession at once; lo cation uptown. C. S. PECK A CO.. IH| Filth avenue. | A SPLENDID, LARGE FOUR STORY HOUSE, 9th si , near 5th av.,$2,.Mi0; '?54th st., near 7th av., $J,2U); ts'tli St., near Broadway, $2,2?0; ftnth at., near <uh av., $1,S0J. A printed list of Wi others Irom tt,2<?) to $t,.*Vio, MORRIS B. BARB, WM Sixth avenue. T $'.',500 A YEAR? UNFULNI SHED, ELEGANT - - lour story stone llnii-e (hardwood tluish, Ac.), Fiity nlnth street, near Madison avenue; also East rortysix tti street, tour story blah stoop brown stones, near Filth avenue ; $.1, son each. For toll particulars upply to W'li, LIAM ii i;kBR7so fifth avenue. A HANDSOME TH It Ei. sroitY ItlilcK, rillli t V seventh street, near Eighth avenue, one order, $I,'*W; another, $1,800; another. Thirtieth street, $1,080; others from $1,300 to Jl.sisi. Mututlrt B. BAIiR, <196 Sixth avenue. A FIFTH AVENUE UNFURNISHED HOUSE T(J LET? Near Fourteenth street; large and very desirable lor boarding or business purposes i rent moderate. OGDEN A CLARK, Broadway, corner of Seventeenth street A BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED FIRST CLASS RKOWN atone, on PUt)r-?eventh Mreet, No. 41ft, painted and frescoed throughout; every Improvement and In complete order. Parties wishing un elegant home, most heult It I il 1 1 r situated, should not tail to look ill th!* ; lease e.m lie had. to doslrahle tenant lor term of years; rent $2,i;0i?, or will ruul furnistied It preterred. VAC I1E ,% BROWN. 974 Third avenue. , AST SIDE. "UP TOWN. -TO LET OR LEASE, a" ,.'J trorae House, consisting of seven apsi tmc nts; also stable room lor two horses, wagon room and liny lot t, situated on two lots; rent low to a good tenant, l'lease call on the premises, In Seventy-tlfth street HO leet east of avenue A, vr address fcA^r oiDE, Pox 177 >icrald olOce, K PWKl^l^IWO HOlT?B? TO w. CmfttrakkMl. HOUSES, COTTAGE AND APARTMBNTS TO LET.? A brick House, all improvements, SSSBleeeker street; three story and basement brick. No. ? Jane, partly roar, all improvements, 14 room*, fiJOi); neat two suirv Cot tage, Mntb avenue, $<??; two Second Floors (all im I rovementiO, with American people, Niutn war J. Apply at ti03 Hudson street. MAGNIFICENT PRIVATE RESIDENCES, PAKTLY furnished, near St. Thomas' church; also Holme a, fruW tl.uoj lo SIO.UUO. ou all the main a venues and street*. PAGE A M'CAFFERTY, Finn avenue, corner of Fiity second street Rare opportunity. -rent $1,000, as house or Store, two doors irom Broadway ; Immediate possession; location uijmu passed ; tortuuc to be made with small capita L_ OWNER, 563 Seventh avenue. SIXTEENTH WARD.? A THREE STORY HIGH stoop brown stone House; all modem Improvements ; low rent to good tenant. Also oihers. WALTER W. MONTAOITE, Eighth avenue and Twentv-firsi street. TO LET ? ON THE CENTRAL PA UK, THE ELEGANT four story brown stone House No. Z East Eighty sixth street. A; p y to K. N. T'AILEE, Jr., 17 Walker street. To LIT?' THREE story BROWN BTONI KNOUTO kMMk SOB West Thirty-fourth street, 17x5'.' and extension ; a desirable house In a central location. THOMAS D. ROBINSON, 20 Nassau streot. TO LET ? 61 EAST NINTH STREET, NEAR lUtOAO way. uewly painted throughout; al?o SA Laiat'elto place, S8 rooms. Imiuire of ALEX. T. STEWART'S Agent, Broadway and Chambers street, be tween 12 M. and H P. M. TO LET? FOUR STORY DWELLING HOUSE S3 Washington square, with modern improvements, eas fixtures and mirrors; rent $i,UUJ. Apply to E.N. lAlLhlt, 48 \\ ushiugton s<iuare. TO LET? THE HIGH STOOP BRICK HOUSE 241) East Thirty-eighth street: rent moderate. For per mits, Ac., apply to J. 0. WILLIAMSON, 11 Frankfort at. rpo LET-THREE STORY XOOCDMI DWELL BHi J House 145 East Twenty-ninth street ; rent fl.HiW. Ap ply at 151 East Twenty-ninth street, or fti Water street. TO LET-TO FIRST CLASS FAMILIES, A NUMBK* of priwite Dwellings, French Flats un I Parts ot pri vate bouses: e few very desirable Parts ot hou-os. Call for permits. SAMUEL jlLPATKICK, I/O ? Third ar. rpo LET? UNFURNISHED AN D FURNI8HED, THREE i snil tour story Houses, in good central locations up town: some with immediate posses-don. WILLIAM Elliott A Co., l,m Broadway, near Forty-fifth street. rpo LET? A SMALL THREE STORY BROWN STONE X English basement House ; all modern improvements. S51 Eust Twentieth street. rpo LET? THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN 1 stone House 142 East Fifty -third strict, 10a by 00, near Lexington avenue, lu perfect order. K. H. LUDLOW A CO., 35 Eait Seventeenth and No. 3 Pino streesi* rpo LET-IIOUSE 528 EAST NINETEENTH STREET, ? three stone*, high Htoop, modern iinijrovenioiiu*; Permits to view the liouse. Apply to II. MEKKM't, 63 1 hird avenue. ' TO LET? A VERY LARGE NUMBER OF PRIVATE three and four story Houses in most desirable loca tions. If you want u> tret suited apply to FRANCIS i i: iVYFo!;I>, into third a\etiue. rpo LET? S I'VE RAL DESIKAHLH HOl'.-KS; ALSO A (new) French Flats in Sixth a>enue. P. S. i! ALDEN A CO. rpo LET? Til HUE STORY AMI BASEMENT BRICK A House, 16i? West Twenty third street; all modem improvements ; rent $2,000. Apply to E. N. llAKl'i.lt, coul office, 115 West Twenty-fourth street. rpo LET? THE THREE STORY HIC.II STOOP BRICK I House 22 Warren place (Charles street); modem improvements. Apply to DAVID GKAliAM, 127 Mercer street. TO LET? THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN ?tone House, with all Improvements l in good order. MB West Forty-eighth street : to DC seen from 11 to 2 I*. M. rpo LET? ON SEVENTY- EIGHT II STREET, NEAR 1 Lexington avenue, three story and basement House, lit nice order; ail improvements: rent low to a good ten ant francis craWford, (M Third avenue. TO LET? A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP AND ba-emcnt House ; Si Greenwich avenue; possession immediately; rent $l,0W per annum, luiiuuc ot tlio owner, R. WALTON, 11 Abingdon square. TO LET? THE FIRST CLASS THREE STORY BRICK House, high stoop. No. 232 East Nineteenth street. Apply to the owner, 21s East Eighteenth street. rpo LET? CHARMING FRENCH ROOF HOUSE, I seven minutes from Liberty street letrv, It rooms; n II imnrovenn 'ills; rent $141 per month. Apply to A. S). CAPEN, 3dl Broadway. rpo LET? THREE STORY HIOll STOOP DWELLING, J. 223 East 't hirty-second street; has all modern im provements. Apply to owner in house adjoining. TO LET-A SMALL FOUR STORY BROWN STONE House; Man-urd root; all modern improvements, with chaiideiicrs; runt $1,000. Inquire at 3US East Forty ninth street. TO LET? 506 WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET, three stories, high stoop, with modern Improvements, gas llxtures, mirrors, 4c.; rent low to a small luimly. Apply on premises. rpo LET? RENT LOW? TWO STORY AND BASEMENT JL brick House, with stable; si o three story browu stone; both convenient to steamboat. SMITH u. JENNINGS, BS Cedar street. TO RENT? FOR PRIVATE FAMILY ONLY. THE FIVE story English basement House 45 West Nineteenth street; Is in excellent order and has every modern con venience For permits apply to llEMtY l'Ai LOR, Real Estate, 112 Bi o ad way. rpo KENT? IMMEDIATE POSSESSION; NICE HOUSE X with 11 rooms at Westfleld. N. J. ; easy hour lro.il city; rent $40; also at flohnkaa, it very plain House mill flr.-t class new stable nod 4 acres ot land; rent $3.% per inonlh. RIB.HK, HKS.sE A CO., No. 6 1 Ino street. fpO LEASE OR FOR SALE? A HOUSE, SMALL BARN J. slid about 3<? acres of l and, in a plea-ant village of 2,. '00 inhabitants in New Jersey; a good place tor a horticulturist or vegetable gardmor. Apply to JAMES MOWERS. Jr., 359 sixth avenue. 1 AA HOUSES? TO RENT-FROM $600, $050. $7, 11, IUU $830, $000, $1,000, $1,200, $I,K*), $1,700, fl,8HU, $2, B00, $2,300, $2,400, $2,300, $3,000, $3..0< and up lo M.0UD; also Parts ol Houses, Flats Apply to JOHN FETT p. earn, l,n3tl Third avenue; 1,860 Broadway. 1 tQ FAST 26111 ST, 114 EAST S8TH ST., 101 EAST I I ?) 16 th st., 112 East 26th St., 121 East 24th st.. 124 East 22d St., to let, unfurnished. Seen only by permit. HOLMES brothers, 40 an I M Eust 23o St. FlItMMIIKJJ KOO.IIK VIV!> APAllTMEMH TO I.KT. A; i rmsiied front BOOM ro LIT? TO A OBIT, tlcman and wile, with two closets. Apply at Ml Hudson street. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A HANDSOMELY J\. furnished Floor, to guutlemen only, at 17 hast Twelfth street. A FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT? SUITABLE FOIl housekeeping for one or two pontons ; bath and gas; family private ; terms moderate; references exchanged. 2i Third street. \ NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT BOOM-WOULD J\. accommodate two persona; t-V i><_ r month. SU1 Wast Thirty-flrst street. 4 FEW NEATLY n K XI. -'It ED ROOMS, WITH CoV. J\ renlcnce lor hof soke. plim, or to ^ 11 1 1 '? incii : mod em improvements' lour bin s oi'esrs within ouo block; li rina low. ??).' West ih.ri. ilnrd street. 4 WIDOW I.ADV HAS A NIATI.Y h HNI<HI,II J\. Room to let, to one or tw? gentlemen. Those who ran appreciate cleanliness and comfort please apply at m West Tliirty-seeond street. No moving in May. A? UPPER PA KT OF1IU1LD1NO N : >RTIIW KST (OR ? tier 'I hirty-thlrd street and sixth avenue; three floors, containing iW rooms. Apply to 11 INK A PELL, 557 Sixth avenue. 4 SPACIOUS. HANDSOMELY Fl KNISHBD HALL JV Room, with closet, he ond Iloor, front, convenient to Broadway uiul choice restaurants. ,;B Last TwclJUi ?treat 4 FAMILY IIAVK A SUIT OF ROOMS ON SECOND J\ floor, handsomely lurnislud, torelher or separate; modern improvements; reter* nee. 10J Thirty Uitli struct, third iloor west of Third avenue. A NICELY FURNISHED BACK PARLOR TO LET to one or two gentlemen in vrivute house: rent moderate; reference. li?7 Fast Twenty-seventh street, between Lexington mid Fourth avenues. IjlOURTH STREET, M KA R IIRoADW AT.? BA< K PAR. lor und extension, SIO per week : alto hall IJcdK .m ; hath and xus. lei West Fourth street, one block iroui Uioiidway. TjTOBMMHBB BOOMS? AT THK LIHBY HORL M 1 Warren street. .VI cents a day. $:! to $:i a week ; b.u.ily Rooms 91 and ?1 Siladay. 94 to $lu a w eek. LU'HSISIII;!) ROOM . A'l i UK W \ V KRLF.Y II i K, r 75.1 Hroadway.? $1 a day ; $1 to >7 a week ; family mollis. 91 50 and $2 n day ; 97 to 915 a week ; full Board if desired. I^URNISHED FLOOR IN PRIVA1 B HOUSE, BUTT, able lor housekeeping; also Rooms furnished lor gentlemen, low as 97 per month. 11 and 17 Abingdon square, Eighth avenue, near Twellth street. May i.? three or four rooms on second Iloor. for gcnttoimm, wife and girl, .1 year" o'd ; reut about $25 monthly. Address L., box IH8 Herald office. VJEAT AND THOBOrOHLY RESPECTABLE PARI IKS i.1 can have large front Room, Bedroom and small Office, newly tilled up, en suite or sltuly. Business lur iilsheii. 737 Broadway, room Id. Nougeney. ! SEVERAL NICELY FURN18IIBD ROOMS AND BED i ) rooms, $9 to 910 weekly; largo front Itoo.n and clo-et. ' $(!; quiet private hoti--n; ccntinl business location. Ii>0 East litUenth street, cast of Union squaro. rpo LET? ON MODERATE TERMS, TWO II VM? J Homely furnished Itooms, with all modern improve ment*, to gentlemen or genii, man und wile ; references given and required. 115 Clinton place. rrO LET? HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SECOND I Floor, suitable lor light housekeeping, in brovwi stone house U<> West Thirty ilrst street, m ar .-ixtli av. rpo LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY OK AIM MS, \ 1 very nicely furnished Second Floor. P.irt ol a Third and front Bti?cment, suitable for housekeeping, in pri vate house, XU West Eleventh struct; rooms large; modern Improvements. TO REM'? NEAR CENTRAL PARK, FLATS, IN those line new houses, having all the modem im provements 111 t ho latest style, nt troin 4'^ to 9HW per mouth. Apply at8?7 Eighth avciiue^. ^^ u It ANK1 AN. rpo LET? FURNISHED PARLOR AND BSDROOM. 1 (150 Si i tli avenue. rpo LET? SE\ EBAL Fl (MSIIED ROOMS S 1 tie men only in a lirst cla?s bouse In Sixteenth -treet between Union square and Filth avenue; reiereuee ro> quired. Add revs A , b"X 17l> llorilld I 'plow II Krillicli ollb i! rpo RENT? FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, SECOND J Floor, to gentlemen, lu a respectable family. 47 Bast Eighteenth Street.

2 FURNISHED ,?.).?Vs,"f ?.*; H i IMC j'.El'INU. FOR a gcutleii.uo and tfi e, to let, at iWt Last T vvculj lirst btrtct. iic.ir Htuil a^tinue. rtMIIHEO ROOMS A WD AP&BTmm TO LKT. nKAST BKYENTBHNTH STRKKT, TURKU DOOR8 from Broadway.? Furnished Rooms to let, to geu tlemen only. d|9fj PBB MONTR.? TO LET. A FURNISHED ROOM, yfiy thr light housekeeping, In brown stone hotue 218 Bast Thirty-third street. near l liird u venue. 9Q EAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET, NEAR ?4 O Bruadwav. -Second Floor to 1ft, handsomely fur nished? parlor, two bedrooms unJ bathroom connected? to gentlemen, without board ; also Rooms on third floor. Mwkst TFNTH 8TREET.-HAND8OMELY fur nlslied Rooms to lot, suitable tor gentleman and wife or single gentlemen ; no moving In Say. i K BOND STREET.? ? LA ROB HANDSOME 8RC T ~*J ond story Room to let, furnUhed, without board, $Sper week; hull Rooms at $3 uml$<; gentlemen only; roierenccs required. /Tl WEST TWELFTH STREET.? HOARD AN D ROOMS, *t L tor one or two small I'uuitlles or gentlemen, may be obtained in a miiii II private family, on moderate terms. ~ j EAST TENTH STREET. A FEW DOORS FROM ? J*T Broadway.? To let, to gentlemen only, handsomely IHnMwd Itnom en suite or singly. 2?)0 EMHTII A V l: N t'E, NEAR TWENTY-SECOND OO street.? A front Room and other Rooms, suitable lor housekeeping ; also Hull Bedroom, wall or without Hoard. Call ror a week. OfTyl WEST TWENTY SIXTH STREET.? FUB ?iJ . t nlshed.to respectable parlies, one large Room, $8; also small, $'-' 50 per week ; suitable lor housekeeping or single gentlemen ; no mo\ ing in May. ilKFlUiVISHKD ROOMS A \ O Al'Altl ME\TS TO LET. ? A FAMILY OF THREE ADULTS, WHO OWN ? th"lr residence, will rent 11 large part ol it, suit able for housekeeping; references will be exchanged. 477 West Twenty-second street. Apartments and half floors to let? and Houses to lot or lor sulo, by JAM i-.S 11 \ LAND, MJ East Nineteenth strt et. A FIRST CLASS FLAT TO LET-ON LKX1NOT" >N j\. avenue, near Fifty -Ixth street; it de~ired, Furni ture and Carpets, nearly new, will be solil at a bargain; possession immediately. This is a Hue ouporiuuity lor parlies about commencing housekeeping. J. 11. MAltltKChLLA, &3f Third avenuo. A? FRENCH FLATS TO LET. POSSESSION IM . mediately; suitable for single gentlemen or small families; Front 1'urlor, furnished, ill East Fourteenth street ; $>V> per month ; ll'tb Flat on the lint ol Mav, $45 rer mouth; tlrst and fifth Flats In 142, first ol May, $7'ft and $4.1; uioilern improvement*; in elegant order, .apply to tile iuuitors. A DESIRABLE SECOND FLOOR, SEVEN LAKOB J v rooms, with water, gas, Ac. ; in good order; landlord 011 premises ; possession at once ; $.M) a month; reference. JAS1R. WATKULOW, S-il Sixth avenue. A BEAUTIFUL 81 rr OF SIX ROOMS TO LET? TO . small family, in elegant brown stone, with owner; $i)0. 7:ift sevcutli uvouue. Take University pluee or Broad way cars. A? TO LET. 4 NICK FLATS IN THE NEW HOURS, ? ftitf Third avenue, between Twenty -slxtli and Twen ty-seventh streets. To small families rent moderate. Apply us above. A HANDSOME .IXTH A V ENl'E FLOOR TO LET? Corner house; overlooking Reservoir Park. Apply at JOHNSTON'S Jewelry Store, IW7 sixth aveutie, corner Fortieth street ALAROE SECOND STOKV FRONT AND HALL Bourn (southern exposure), In 11 rut class boarding house, between Union M(unre und Rutherford f.irk, Six teenth street, to be vacated April 3; terms $4.1 per week; reters to present occupant.. Address II. S., Herald olllce. A SUIT OF ROOMS TO LET? CONSISTING OF four rooms, kitchen nnd bathroom, furnished or un furnished, to gentlemen or a small tuuiih ; references. l.ltiS Hroad waj . \? TO LET, WITHIN ONB BLOCS Or CENTRAL . Park, lour splendid Koomn, with improvements; rent only $3u per month, tail at once at othec IHM btxth \DESIRA1I LK FLOOR TO LET, CORNER TWENTY third street and Seventh nv tine, over drug store ; sis rooms, all well lighted ; water, gas, rfud other modern i improve me ills on each tloor. C. S. PECK <1 Co., ]^l Fifth avenue. TTtLEO ANT FLAT, 111(111 STOOP LAROB BKOWN Jy stone House, 1 78 East Seventy-ninth street, east Madison avenue.? Parlor Floor, with Basement Floor; splendid location; extra improvements; rent $9U per inonih; near Central l'ark. T7>LaT8 TO I.ET-ALL IMPROVEMENTSt 6 BROWN I J atone Houses, nil n. w, to choice families: rents *'5 to | 90S. lio.uire ou premises, 412 West Kill) -tilth street. near Centrnl Pi.rk. "LM.OORS TO RENT? FROM $13 TO |M; PARLOR, I bedroom and kitchen, with ovfery convenience lor a family, at No. 7 C trmine street. near tfleecker. IOWER PART OF HOUBE, WITH MODERN IM J provements. lmiuiro at 323 West Thirtieth strict, | from 10 till 4 o'clock. ON 2J? HUDSON STREET.? APARTMENTS TO LET, on Hudson street, between Canal and Spring streets, $1K, $11, $t:t and $li! oncli apartment; water and WatM clostt ou each lioor. HYLAND, 34: Bast Nineteenth street. PARLOR AND BAbEMFNT, CON BIST I NO OF EIUHT large room-, all conveniences, to rent, from May I, In the tour story brown stone high stoop French flat house, north side Fiftieth street, between First and Sccond a vs. rpo LET? NICELY ARKANOKD FLOORS, IN THE J nen brown s'one house 342 Last Forty-ninth street; rente from $17 to $23 each. rr O LET? ALL (EXCEPT ONK FLOOR) OF A HOUSE I in Tt?IH at reel, near Bowery, to an American fam ily. Apply at son Bo wry, alter 2 P. M. TIO LET? FROM MAY 1? SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR of Hlii East Nineteenth street, to one family only; all modern improvements. rpo LF.I-IN PRIVATE HOPSR .115 EAST TIIIR I feentli street, with all modern Improvement*, the Sec ond and Third Floors, to a small lamlly ol adults. Apply to the owner on the premise*. rpo LET? TO A SMALL FAMILY, THE SECOND JL Floor of house 3'JS East Twenty-Brut street, Consisting of front and back room and bedroom; privilege ofbatu roora, with hot n nd eold wat -r. TO LET-PARLOR FLOOR AND BASEMENT, IU?H stoop home, with all the modern lmprorements and conveniences; rent $03. Apply to owner, 21U East Twen tieth street. rpo LET? A N K AT THIRD FLOOR IK PRIVATE 1 house SIS Ea"t Thirty-third ftreet, to adult* on'.v i im mediate possession ; all conveniences ; rent moderate. TO LET ? TO A SMALL FAMILY, S OR 4 ROOMS, with modern Imnrovemonts, In n private house, oecupii i by owner. zi.'i Eaal fwHiy-unlb street. IIO LF.T? UNFURNISHED, IN PRIVATE HOUSE, five light Room* on second floor, or three K >oms on tliirfl lloor ; gu\ Ac. ; bathroom ; reference. 331 Went Fif teenth hi reel. rPO LET? IN A NICE BROWN STONE HOUSE ON 1 Lexington avenue, First Floor and buck Basement, 6 rooms reill *1.1. W. T. KMHI.KK, 877 Third avenue, eorner Fifty-third street. riio I . KT ? AT 114 WEST TWENTV-l'IRsT STREET PAR. I lor Floor*, wlih small Side Koom: Koom and Kitchen on third floor if desired : possession at onre ii wanted. mo LtV-VHS lioom FLOOR, WITH MODKRW 1 improvements, to a small family of adult*. ou Sec ond a vi line. rpo LET? SECOND i-LOORTuVE'" ROOMS," $1?., TO A J family of adult- ; walls anil uaiodwork Just puintcd. M2) sixth avenue. No moviiu lu Niay. rpo LET-TUB FIRST FLOO It IN NO. MS THIRD AVE 1 nue, between f turty -fourth and Thirty -fifth streets, with all the modem improvements, hath, water closet, chandelier*, dotihie parlors, Ac. Inquire on the pretui-e*. rro LET? FIRST FLOOR AMI II ASK MUNI FRENCH A Flat on Lexington avenue; alio Fourth Floor, Mix rooms; rents $00 ami $'C>. N. II. EsLER, S17 Third avenue. mo LET? A PLEASANT FLOOR, OOMSISTT1K1 OF I 4 r joins, with gas nn J water; rent low to a tfootl t' n.ant. Apply at 421 West Fort* seventh ilTcet mo KENT To a QUIET FAMILY, TBS THIRD 1 Floor, with nil ini|>rovements; #65 |?er month. 145 l ast Fourteenth street, bctweeu Second unil Thiid avs. mo A SMALL, D8SIRABLE I UIILY. PART OF FOITH 1 story brown stone house Lexington uvciiue, with all convenience* tor housekeeping; $75. L'PPKR PARI OF 1IOU8E 211 E\SI' TIIIRTY-SKC ond street, between Second and Third avenue*; four rooms ; rent per month. I .'"vW WI S1' TWKNTY~tliXT!1 STEEBT.-A PRIVATE 1?)0 familv will let second Floor (three room*/ to gentle in an and wile, or twoouly ; modern improvements ; real Mi _ ________ EAST NINTH STREET? TO LET, IN A OEN* teel private house, an I'pnor Floor of three Room*, water and ga*, Hith use ot bit III ; immediate po?f.s#iolj ; rent reasonable. WAN I'BD 'H? Pi ac H v>tF, iio ii?. i.ioirr hand fire kmiine wanted In fir?t c!hh4 ruiiTilti>? ordi-r A6 staling cihh A y. record, weight, lowest price, and where itcaulieni.cn, BERNARD SCIIAKFER, Stapleton, S. I. VfADAME FE It RE UO, NO. 7 WKhT TlllIM 1 1. 1 II 1VI street, has now very eholeo style* of Paris llolineH and Hound Hats, at vury reasonable price*. Particular attention paid to ordera OTTAWA BEER FOUNTAIN WANTED? WITH N E cessary Uxings, Ac. : mil- 1 he In Rood order Ad dress, with lowest eaah price and where to be teen, UOOD FAITH, box ltu llera d Uptown Branch ottlcc. BIMjIA RDM. _ ~ II ?STAN DAKD AMERICAN BILLIARD TABLES /\ 1 . and the Phelun .V t'ollender (.'omtdimtlun Cush ion*, manufactured and tor sale only by the inventor and patentee, II. W. col, 1. EN HER. successor to Plieluti Colli ti Ii r, 7: Is Broadway, Now \ or It. A 1 ?FIRST CLASS nXIO BEVELLED BILLIARD ill# Table* at fttflt); first class plain 6x10 Tables ?t #:;oa (JKOIW1K E. CHELAN, No. 7 Barclay street. iHAKBLU MANTKLM. _ A Ii LA BE It, STEAM MARBLE AND MARBLEiZINU iv. Work*, l.'H and i;W Kail. Eighteenth street.? Marldo nnd Marhleized Mantel*, Tiling, Marhlo Counters, Miiiiu* tiii iit i, at prices tliuldcly couipcutrotu .Marhlo Xiuiun^ lor tne trade. AN ASSORTMENT OF MANTELS, UNSURPASSED for beauty of design and quality uf wurkuiau*hitt bluto Work oi all kind* a specialty. PENRHVN SLATE COMPANY Fourth avenue and Seventeenth street, Uulon n|tiare. (JTEW ART'S SLATE MANTELS? RICH AND RLE fj gant designs; Slato Works of every (lejcription ; Mar ble and Wood Mantel*. T. It. STEWART a CO.. 2A) and w i ? t Twi ill., third S'l cel. near Seventh a?enu ;. N. ^ SKI.ABEK k CO STEAM MARBLE AND MARBLE* ? i/l ng W..rk*. Xil West Flttv-ftrst street, hejwe ? u Broadwav and Eighth avenue.? Marble, merWeiaed Man tels, Moiiiiiucnt*, lleadstuuci ; large *?lvCtioiu at vury low UUvCt* trBOPEAV RTKAHIHIPS. o SLY DlRKC'i LINK TO KB ANCE. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY* MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE. CAI.LINO AT BREST. The splendid vessels i>h this tavorlte mute for tho Con tinent will sail from pier No. M .North Klvcr, a* iol low s : ? Sr. LAURENT, Lomalre Saturday, Aprils VILLI? Of II A VKK, Suruiont Saturday, April 19 PEREIKE, Dunre Saturday, May 3 PRICE OP PASSAGE IN OOLD I niludlng wine) To BREST OK IIAVItK, First Cabin, $12fi; Second Cabin. $7S. Excursion Ticket* at reduced rate*. Thev steamer* ilo not carry steerage passengers. American travellers twins <?> or returning irom the Continent of Europe, bv taking this line, avolil both transit by English railway ami the discoiniorts of cross ing the Channel, be -adc.i saving time, trouble anil ex pense. OEORGK MACKENZIE, Agent. ft* Broadway. CIl'NABD LINE. J The British and North American Bttyal Mail HtMnmUM between New York and Liverpool, ealllnn at Cork harbor. From New Vork. ABYSSINIA.. Wed.. April 2 CALAIJBIA.. .Sat.., April 19 ALGEBIA Wed.. April 3 JAVA Wed.. April SM ?KUialA We, I. April I# I'ARTIIIA. . . .Sat, April 2? And every iollowiin: Wedntuduy ami Saturday trom New York. Stoainors marked thus ? do not carry stoor ago passengers. Bates ol Passage? Cabin, $80. flOO and *130, cold, ac cording to accommodation. Ticket* to Pari*, $15, gold, additional. Keturn tickets on ia\ orablu terms. Steer age, #?>, currency. Steerage tickets irom Liverpool and Qneenstown, and all part* of Eorope. at lowest rate*. For Ireight and cabin pasnuce apply at the Company'* office. No. 4 Bowling Green; for steerage passage, at ill Broadway. Trinity Building. CHARLES fl. PBANCKLYN. A*nnt. Orto P. H. DlJVKHNKf, corner of Clark and Kandolph streets, Chicago, 111. PA8SBNGBB8 PBB STEAMSHIP ABYSSINIA KM hark from the Cunard whart, toot m Crand street, Jersey City, attfA. M. ou Wedni nday, April : l . CHARLES O. KHANCKLYN, No. 4 Bowling Hreen, Now York. NOBTH GERMAN LLOYD STF AMSI IP COMPANY. FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. The steamship AMERICA, Captain It. Husslns, will sail on Wednesday, April a, 2 I'. M., from Bremen pior, toot Third Htreet. tloboken, to be followed liy Steamship WEtiliK, Captain W. Wiliurerod. on Satur dav, Aprti It. RATES OK PASSAGE To LONDON, HAVRE AND Bit KM K.N, payable in gold, or its equivalent in currency. Klrst Cabin fl'.'O Second Oabiu 72 Steerage SO For Height or passage apply to ULLRICH A CO., Agent*, No. 2 How I'ng Green. INMAN LINK. Kor Qneenstown and Liverpool. Royal Mail Steamers are appointed to sail as follows.? CITY OF MONTUEaL Saturday, April S, noon. CITY OP BRI8TOI Thursday, A rll 10, i 1*. M. CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, April 12, a P. M. CITY OK WASHINGTON Thursday, April 17, U A. M. CITY OK ANTWERP Saturday, April!9, 9 A. M. CITY OP BALTIMORE Thursday, April 24, 2 P. M. and each succeeding Saturduy and Thursday, from l'ior 45 North River. RATES OK PiSSAOR. Cabin, and $hH>, gold, according to acc ommnda tion. Hound trip tickets at low rates. Steerage, to Liverpool, Quecnstown, Glasgow, London derry, London, Bristol or Oarditf, 9">0. Prepaid Certif icates, currency. Passenger* also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Swollen. Norway, Denmark and Purls at reduced rates, Diufts Issued at lowest rates. For Cabin I'awage and general buslneas apply at tho Company's Ofllce, 11 Hr iidw ay. Kor Stucrage Pus-aye, at :i:t Hrondwnr. JOHN U. DALE, Ajrent: or fo O'Donnell k Fnnlk, 40.' Chestnut sirect, PhlludclnUia; M. S. Crettgh, ltM State street, Boston; K. t\ Brown, so South Market street, Chicago: William Toman, Liverpool, and No !? Hue ScriliC, Parte, Anchor link. STEAM TO LIVERPOOL The magnificent new Steamer CAST.W.1A will sail from pier 20 North lllver on Wednesday , April 2. Cabin passage, Stiftand J7.V currency. t peerage passage, s to, currency. HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agents, No. 7 Bowling OrecW. \NCHOR LINE ? EXPRESS STEAMEB'4 sail fro'ii pier 21) North River, New York. CASTA LIA. . . . Wed., April 'i I ol.\ MPIA, .. . Wed., AprilO A Mi LI \ Set , April 6 | El' HOP v.. . . Sat,, \ ril I J Passenger^ booked and forwarded to and irom all rail way Matious in Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, Nor w ay, Swcdon, Denmark or Amcrlca, a> safely, speedily, ooinl'orlably and cheaply as any other route or line. Tickets, Drafts or Certlflcati s oi,n he bought at lowest nurrenc.y rates by applying at the company's ottlecs, No. 7 Bowling (Ireett. llE.Nui.KfioN i'.Uot iiKlcs, Agents. WHITE STAR LINE. FOR IJI K ENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, CARRYING Til E UNITED STATES MAIL. New h iid lull-powered steamships. Sailing from New York on Saturdays, trom Liverpool on Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor one li way. ATI. AN i ll! Saturday, April al 11 A. M. REl'l'BLlC Saturday, April 12, at 1 1*. M. ADRIATIC' Suturilav, April )!?, at 10:10 A. M. BALTIC Saturday, April 2A at 3 P. M. CELTIC Saturday, May J, at 10:.^) a. M. ? From thi' White Stardock, I'avonia lerry. Jersey city. Passenger accommodations lor all cla.->Miti unrivalled, combining safety, speed and comfort. ? Saloons, staterooms, smoking room ami bathrooms m midship section, where least motion is telt. Surgeon-iand stewardess accompany the steamer. Ha' g? Saloon, $100, Bold; steerage, $3"in currency. Those \VUIiln? to send lor friends In tho old country can now obtain steerage prepaid ccrtillcaUss, $.ii, cur rency. Passengers hooked to or from all parts ot America to Par In, Hamburg, Norway, Swollen, India, Australia, China, Ac. J) rati a from ?1 upward*. For Inspection ot Plans anil oth?r information apply at the company'* office, ID Broadway, New York. Bill* of lading Issued to Continental port :. J. II. SPARKS, Airent. TTNITED STATED MAIL LINE.-STK AM TOQOTUH& U town ami Liverpool. Sailing every Wednesday. NEVADA, Forsyth April?, at!) A. W. WYOMING, Price April ?, at i P. M. From pier 4t> North River. Cabin passage, $SI! gold ? uteerage, j:'s) currency. Prepaid tickets, currency. Passengers booked to and irom Paris, llsmbnrg, Nor way and Sweden, Ac. limits on Ireland, EnglanJ, Vrauce and Germany at lowest rstes. Apply to WILLIAMS A <H' ION, 29 Broadway. mjIE 11AM Ht'KO-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S 1 Iron mall steaiuthip HAMMONIA, Captain Yoss, will on Thursday, April 3, at ! P. ?? for Hamburg. taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg and Hamburg. . First Cabin, $13). Second Cnbln, $72. Steerage. $.W, payable in United states golQ. KCNHARDT A CO, C. H. RICHARD A BOAS, General Agents, General Pu?>cngor Agents, CI Hi oiid slreet. New York. 61 Broadway, Now Yolk. The HOLSATIA will -ail April in. "VTATIO.VAL LINK OF STEAMERS. IN Weekly to Queeustown and Liverpool; fortnightly to London direct. TO QUKENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, trom piers It ami 47 Norih River. CANADA, Webster Saturday, \prll ft, at 11 A. M. FRANCE, Thomson Saturday, April 12, at 1 1'. M, SPAIN, Grace Saturday, April I!', at It) A. M. ITALY, iirufs. Saturday, April 2.>, at .'5 P. M. GREECE, Thomas Saturday, May J. at 10 A M. Foil LONDON DIRECT. HOLLAND, Bragg Saturday. April 9, at 3 P. M. THESE STEAMSHIPS ARE THE LARGEST IN THE TRADE. Cabin pas. aue, $oo and $so, currency. Steerage, $29. currcney. Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, QuecmtoWB, Londonderry, Glasgow, Cardlif. Bristol or London, CHEAPER THAN BY ANY OTIIKR LINK. For further iuformutiou apply at the company's office, 00 Broadway. ? r. W. J. lll'KS'l, Manager. / 1 kiJAT WBsTEKN iy STKAMSntP LINE. NEW YORK To BRISTOL, ENGLAND, DIRECT, Taking goods and passengers for London, Cardiff, New port, GioiMt-'ter una a li ports in Bristol Channel, The steamers ol this Hue %> ill sail trom pier 15 East River as follows :? GREAT WESTERN, Stumper Wednesday, tpril 21 Alt AGON, Western Wednesday, May 17 1 abln passage currency Steerage 'Mi. cutfi ncy Parlies wi-hlng to sehil tor their friends eaii obuiu prepaid ccrtiftattes. Drafts lor 11 and upwards. *\>r Height or passaje apply to ? E, K. MORGAN'S SONS, 70 Soiilli street, Ni ;W York. riMIK AMERICAN EMIGRANT COMPANY, NO I Bow J ling Greon, New York. established l1#?,? Sieerago passage tickets, fore'gn exchange and railroad tlokets. Bend lor circular in English. Uerman or Scauliuuviau Inuguatces. Address box 4.5U 1'ostofllee. rrUltOl UH TICKETS TO ALL PARTS OF El'Uol'E I issued hr COOK, son A JENKINS. 2'"J Broadway. New Y,.rk, General Kxi ursion and Tourist Mauageri and Publishers of "Cook's Excursionist" (monthly price in cents), a Journal oi lUlormition to all classes ot European travellers, showing by their numerons arrangements greatly reduced ratesaiid many facilities. Tickets laHicd lor any line ol ntcaiiie rs. Remittances to England and Ireland.? Drafts tor and upwards and PaHsu,je Tiokof.s, by steamship and sailing packet, issued at tli-> lowest rauu l,v I APSCOTr URoniEB:! A UO..H6 Soittli streat. UNITED STATES PASSPORT BUREAC.? AMERICAN citizens n i|iilrfng Pussnorts will apply to THOMAS SADLER, Commissioner, No. 1 llroail street, Hew Tork. i'OAHTWIMB STi:A.WSIIlP8. ilACiFIO MAIL 8TEAMSUIP COMPANY'S Line to CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND OBINA, via I'anaum, carrying mail*, pa Meager I and freight to Asplnwatl, Panama, Santa Mur'ha, Greytown and PaclQe c<>r.st of Mexico, Central America, Peru aii l t:hile. _ _ April .1, 1879 ? Steamer RISING STAR. Capt.iin 8. P. Griffin, will leave pier 12 North liiver, at 12 o'clock no?n, for Asplnwall direct, Conner ting at Panama witlt tho Steamer CONSTltU riON, Captiin Morse, touching at Acapulco, M.in/.n:nllo, MawiUan, and alio couneclitu tor ail Central American and South Pacific ports. Departs ores of llth and 20th of each month connect Wltp tns Company's steatutr touching at sau Bciuto, lonata, Salina era* and Port Anuel. , Steamer ALASKA will liavo flan Francisco April 1. isr t for Janan and China. For rates Of passage, fro w lit and all further information a ply at company s ollloo on tlio pier, foot of Canal street p R J( ^ ^ Riiclal Notice.? Postponement of Mailing.? Suame^ RISING STAR will leave pier 42 North lllver, at. 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, April ft, 1B73. suamer OCEAN UUEEN will follow, and >AU iia'urJay, April I!) 1S73. r. It. BABY, Agent. 1.10R NAS#AC. Steamer CfTT OF MF.RIDA will sail for Havant. vll Nn-.: an, on fhuriday, Apt li J, trout pier No. 3 Noriii liver, at 3 P. M. Frelklit ur passage apply to Al K ^ANQUE * PONS, 33 Broadway. HO* NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. r M KRCII ANT.S' BTKAMSBIP LINE, fro.a pier No. ft North River, at '1 o'clock P. M. 1 OESERAt MEADE, on SATURDAY. April ft. freight* roreivid daily. Through rates given for SL Louis, Vkikshi :irg, Mobile, Galveston and In Hanola. For freight or psssauo (havinj superior aceommodiv liOUs; apply to t RKDLRic UAKER. K? Broadwiy, N ?OA*r!rBl> JSWA MKTTT P9. pOR NEW ORLBAN8 IX RBCT ttMrint ifisssa I ??>?'?. Rrazos, Santiago anil St. Loin- ?* ' ? ?'"bin Pswnjif, |AJ; steerage t?o Krtr - . . ?age applytoOf,.A Kit A HElrfffiat wS^fcSt. ?' POLiiMBUN mail steam pai^i't^iTsm, ? - I?K CUBA. Cap tain j. pa ;saxe, $ft I ; gteerajce. $25. g ua hL "jui* Oabi* For i'mi^ht ?r passage apply to ? C 11 "Al -LORY_4 CO., in Maldan lane rPKXAS /.IN H OF GALVESTON .STEAMERS Tor.ir* Wrprif" ?? ? '-? <"<??"?? fc?B? sssasfjx Z" '????' ft.ETOfe? StMBa*-.* EW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINK. The?e Aral claw rtcamalnpi will sail every Tuo ?day ai j Havai^M/a^o?!^^ ?*>' 0f ??? ?*???. <V* m;."::,';!}: jn?38* }*? * si.anM.ii, w7n^J&::;;;;::;;M:j; ?!i ? uJn.) WtC P",1<nK0 rammlfleent accommort*. WILL/AM P. CLYDE A 00 . O M'K 1: 1.1. Kit, Alter, 1 i? Havana. 119 W''11 strck l'lir N?. 3 NortiUioer* atT**1 6"mnu>bt? L,??. leaving SB K Mf??{0 Ann, * Jifff 8f .life S^.::::::::^j if i EEofaiiua (Havana mm Me\iUo) '. Mav i ror iruiiciii or piiHr'nifo npiiiv to y 1 '? ^UOCASOMt 4 sons. M Broad tray. ATJ5W YOKK A N i 1 BERMUDA STEAMSHIP l.ww ~ .,,. ' "omitton and ME Ueorxe Bermuda ' U?. Xlii TTAVr^a ^'Apr ^ Kunt accommodation., appiVIo <>r |,ttJH#80 <.???? viu^ ei?. Llyt BKOTHKB8.?Sontl> street frhln /)i I)' DOMI\Tr?vV wi!il,|r W'4 '^,lnl awheel nC-Min. ? 'y &?t ??? ? K&WftSXwi'SS [TtT.il* ill r. uuh hill* ot ladlnil to ul'V no hits wJ^L * / South west, rtironpli paaseuirnr tickets is-ueii t.. '' I7 points. Accomiiin latiotis uiieiiunltcd Ai.iilv ? # ,??{?? at the general office. 187 ? i . eo ,! A".' I, ro.'-W ?M?VJr of TltAVIJM.KUs- oijIBi. PENNSYLVANIA It A I Mil I A IX as' iwte:!'""' f,,,,t of ?.u?pii'UMS ,,,r ,1'!r'i*bur?r, PitNbnrif, the West and Smith ??.i?go "T M i ^ an,l?5 P ' m!1 ft,Ul ",fi Ho"t'' :,t 9 V M '? 71 a {5.xlw.'sl.u,r ^WIiMlclpliia, H, 0. A. M ? 12 (1) I I a 8-;f. ?.!,?.'?? 2 nlirht. Sunday, li. H::#'' an.Vn f> m' % *' {?? r I liiladclphio, via ken>tini,'ton, at 7 A. M ami 2 P 31 Emigrant and Hccond elasm. f-.m p m a 11 1 1 * 12 1 rz 2 ^?r,k SL\G 3 J. 7=ll?: n 10. 11,11 :M A. I ID. 4:3), fl:ll, h :."i, 5 (n f,.i> e ? To 9 f ? k 7 : w- 8 M- % ,0- 1 1 ^ ?- '? k ??*$. I '.WiSr 9 ,r?-v.' 6J 7- H :??. ? :*> mil 11 A. M? 12 M 1 t V ,. ?J u,i'i '-.'"x'tt-, Sunday, SAtand ? I' M. ' ' S:?) , I V)an!i^'l<rr'''M. Vl11' Aml>">'',i A. M.,J::fV Kor New Rrnnswiek, 7. 10 A. M , 12 M , 1.2, 1 4 10 0. 9 I. 1}!. and 12 nljtht. S1md.1v. ? and ? I*. M. ' ' ' " *' ror Eu.nt Millstouu, 7 A. M., 12 noon, i :I0 mi l .'i.-jo p >f pj liiViVj K 0 *n.<' i? A. M nn.i J P.M. For I hiUpghurg mthI B. lvi.lcrv, '2nn4 4 P. M. Acroinniooaiioti lor Hoi"fl?* n town, flu ri i lit/ t<?n find Ciim* den 7 and > M A M 12 2, 3, 3: M, * and ?P. M. For Freehold, 7, ? A. M , 2 and 4 IV M. ?or Jameslxirg, I'einlierton, rannlcn, rt A. M., 3:40 P. ST. 1 .Tf? m"1"!" Kr.iiri l iitslmr'/, ?:90 A. M j 1.03 I M., dally, ll!:I? A V. and 6:1 1 I'. M., d illv, Alonday. hroin \Vaililii^l<iii and llaltlmore, ii .41) A. M.?, r ii?' i J, .,.' . !' ?:?0 a. M. Kr. in Philadelphia!' ft 21, 1,:.*), ,10:14, II :04, II M A. M., 2:11, 3 SI, 6:0?, H X\ P. rfT Sunday, 5:21, 6:30l 11:04 A. M. ' ' Ticket offices, f,2 t, 4:?, 271 and 944 llroiMlwav; No. Gf Astor llmihe and loot of l?e?hrcn<e^ and <!?rllaiidt iUeuto Kiuiki am Ticket olUce, No. 6 Uattery place. 1 A. L < AMATT, U. M. nOYH, JR., General Manager. fleneral Pa?Mjnxor Ajfont. [ 1 "< HIirSKH, KOO.WS, WAMTKO. In thin City and Brooklyn. A WANTED? ABOUT $l,noo RENT. ADDRESS^ ?? l'"I'D, room 10, .vi Exc-liann" place, New York, , A WHOLE OR LOWER PART OF A nolTSE-Btl .fl tliree adult*, wt side, below lortiuili atrwl. Ad. orn'o-' s t lL'rmf, au(1 lueatlon, M. ti. S., box 123 Hera, b A FAM I LT~WiTHO CT CHII.DREN WISHES A FLOO ti m.\ S.lk 1 11rt",.e"f*',rom Twttlnh to Tweaty lourth atrec ? J! ? t 'il'r *v*-'"u?s. AdJro.v, wiili turma, 1'hUi. Dox V .l-'f Po*t office. A '"lk;MAN aTTu WU'fi WISH TO TAk ; Z. 7., 1.1 *' .? * lipu*e lor a lamlly (roinif to Kurope, . "' |Jf /."J ? bachelor or widower; bo.-t rcK ti ? , <. Aildresj I.K\, Imix 1 14 Bcrald oillre, A DESIRAULK FULL 8IS5ED, UNFURNISHED FOO *V;r/. ,r.\wn. llol",? ; Pfi'-'C not to exceed fMll Snfn ifh'T' u ?? a House, turtilihed c - lurnuure 110 cxc,?a tl.'WO; woubl purelw> ? ?'At'OB V. D WY.-K..FF, III an I W, Broadway. A SMALL HERMAN FAMILY W AM IMMEDIATELY yv a Moorln a prirate boiue, between Kiritaad Thlr.? avenue., not above Thirtv-.aixih street : rent about ?y. j .Mrcut nCeS excuantsca- AJJreas UOLllll'6i!..S,i*b?v6ntl5 A GERMAN FAMILY OF THRF.E WANT.S FOI/ia' unlnruL.lied Itooinsby latol vin\, west 01 Hroadwar ofltce l-ou^ton street. AdUreks M , box 512 IJeralui A NEDl't' ATKiTlaDY, II A VINO II Kit OWN PiXnOw JY rortc, de.irc. a pluln or unlurnlslied Kooia, or aiviri lemons in music, with practice, lu return loraltooln oiltes AUilreii OMli.UA, lluruld I piuwu l'r.inda Fv: rn : I s h k u "utTo m vv a n tkT .-"fi ? r a ok ntlkma ail , ,"'",vo Twi-nty.third stn-ct. Addreaa H. uc.'X 12*J Herald 1 ptown Branch olUce. LTRNISIIHD 1IOUSK VV AN TED? by a sm vll peu I vate tainily, troui April till September; t mist be % brown stone house, lull,)- and elegantly lurnlelied, bo? twee u I'oiirtet'iilli ami FiRv-ei^bth ti t ?, w iili ?u mod ern i 111 prose 0 n ti ?, j ulI u 1 1 1:4 sii1.' 1' .mil !:ii 11 : n ut noC fliitei AJ Ir.-jt. ?'. 1 '. 1 ,. : , !i w,nu? nAKI-lvM. ? WANTED Tn Kl'\ I' ;;V A F> Mil Y *0? line# adults, a -io.i l, n- .,i ;i,..i e : . eu> 1 1 J700~ prompt pay; carelul u .i,e. a ,!r. . i?,<. ijw .IcialdolSj U RANTED? BY Kill it All. I 1 ?. f.. o\|? 1 I.ooai (lour rooms'; prirate ltoii,e; I s i.,i i? wanfg rent $40. Addros, statuu Iocu.i. u, U ?< \ i I i.eralA onice. il' AM I'.i'-fNi ( rvi-s|||,i . I , i , , V R Ho Vl-:* tt liv an Amerli an lumily 01 .' ; if 1 , Parlor Moor witl* Bam hi !*M t s, and two or tlir, e third 11. .or; iia> prov. riicau; r? nfr.il loentlon. Ad r< , w I h 1, n..< ,...?* particulars, A MEHIf \ vs. 220 !I, .aid ,j. U 'ANTED- \N UN Ft* It NISI I KD SEi'OND STOBYJ lor a ueutle niau ami ,ils v, ife, as lo, iuu ? atilv : lr>? CUtloti Ihiiwi'cii foiirteeutli an I 'ieaili sin els and Kiiltii avenue and Broadway Add . . . | ? J ANTED- IN A QC IE I' I 1; I V \ I ; : EaMIEY, M ? 1 fiirm -li.-l, ,?ii .? t. I.,-, -Ml, u ie keeping d UoS. Wrr/Ucri ?K'ieeA'iUr *"* ,0C^ VV vv ANTED? BY A LADY, AN UN I'URV IK 1 1 1 D UOOM^ . . eonvi ' Hit nt to ? fss.ou 11 cirs, be' V e< n Eliftltb amC Tlilrly lourth street"; nrii e anl to exc, i d pi r months Address 0. M. IE, 12 West Thirty Ulth stiei i. \ITANTED-I* A PRIVATE HOUSE, BY AN AM Hit I \? can (atnlly of b ur adults, a Seroncl Flour uud on?. larue Kooin oh third. In vieuiity ot t'eiitrnl Market AiMnsi SlNOEAIIt, box 12? Herald I p ion ll Urauotk" olllc*. _ \Vr ANTED?' TWO NH'EI.Y FURNISH EI)- ltOOMSj TT witiioiit meals, in a ilr-<t clasa liottie, within sts blocks ot Ninth street and liroa t'.vay \. rival-: tnn.ily pro li rred. Address, with price, MARTELIj, station A. AN I ED? A HOI SK, 111. TWEES Ft H! liT if ANli ?? Sixth n re no' partly furnished; tlrst cln.s is every particular. Addrtm or apply to D. M., JO Ea?t! Twe.ui j Hr.i street. UFaKTKD Font lilt FIVE rooms, M-T'iND "ifi TT thiril tlo"r, between Sixth and Ninth avenucsj above EiBhteeiith street; moderate rent. WW, BAY DEN, at A. J. Post * Son'*, !-;i?ti U u venue and Eijlii' eutl* ?treat. I 'ANTE D?UN FURNISH E I > RO.IMS, BY \ SMALbj ? T tamlly of adults ; a Still of live or -ix uiit'tti nisheiB Rooms; retiirences. Address D. B. CLA HE, 2.U Wctif Thirty ninth street. W AN 1 ED? BY A SMAld, III PEi -TABLE FAMILT tt of ailults, a ftirnl lied Hoii-e in a k?oi| location, where the tauiilv would board for the rent or part; boat VV w ot rif retK O itiven and n nuiiijJ, Ad lrt?i 'O. B. Ua Herald Uptown Brant h ofll< e. WANTED? BY A YOUNO M ARRIED'coUFLB. TWW or thri'e Rooms, partly turnished. lu a strictly pri vate hbiise and respectable neighborhood; terms must b? uioderutc. Address, with lull pattieulai's, 0. S., LieraUl oilli e. W A NT i: lT_t , N M A* I, BY A OEN TLK M T5 AND tt wife, a Second Floor of four n om?, ?ood iielfthbor hooil, betweiMi E li K'4'ii III and Tlilrty-tourth streets. Sec ond ami Sixth avenue^. Address 11. C. J.. Ucrald U|? tnwn Branch olBcc, ior two dayn> WANTED TO RENT ott PI RUIIABE? ON VERY TT easy terms, a small Hons,- or Uotta.'*. with modcra Improviiients. in or near Yorkvillc. Addr':sa E, M. M.?. box l,ltu Post oillce. > 111 tlie Conutry. TXT ANTED TO HIRE-FOR THE SUMMER, A OB? tt su aitle i ounti v Rest lenoe, located within throe or tour hours' ride, by ra I, iroin the ctty ? a la rite house I well turnished, surrounded hv lawn and shade tree^ an I In a perlecth lu althy lie ality . stabllnu required iof several liorst s, Ae. ; or a m titleuiau's complete counjrY residence a llleral rent ?ill La paid Address MER CHANT, box 3.7S4 Post olllee, in? Mil particulars as t? locality, rent, slie of hnu-e, mniii*r of rooin-i. Ac. N? iitteiiiian wUl be given to answers not complying wita the above. TITANTEP To LEASE? A SMALL OOfTAiiti NBA* f f no.1 l?nt))lnK. r??nvcni<*nt to N"?vr York. Au'lrc*^ J[ T KTONK, care of T vlUion Itiovro. No. ? West l ou"* ?ti'-e*

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