Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 2, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 2, 1873 Page 2
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CITY HF.AIi T?TATF. FOR SAI Central* A. . . prn?T CI ASS FOUR STORY mc.H ?A ? A ? A ril\- .* wratililc ot MadUon ftV6* . stoop l>ro\vu stone Uou*e, , . (|irw flours In ?me, "0 K ''t *onth ?>t ^e*p,!lV, "" v! u l ? <A bv I'otUttT & tnri wood, tile I"1 jj5L.il X>i v<x<JH' ii!m> ? f<'"r ?1orv Otil? *<> nil" ??t* /?v-l..nrth street ; rmr ?tone U'.ffli ftnoV |.?ck parlor and hull ?or uui' lia-finrtit in Uaril i ? ^ Qt Vl,nr |?w price*. v otert w :th tnarl l? . 1,011-cs "I" " lot ln?pec ar"?? ?*??""?''? * ?"?"? ?* la?t I'.lphto nth -tri-pt. - - ? agi gSSS^/ fc a 'ou' ?U>r> at ?U U*). Apply .t 109 Wxtli arenue. ~7" ; Vmi CLASS K.nti;?nd'rtKlI. H-n?.-?; axtlA; "til le sold clitap and uii verv ,,V;kO. 1?1 Broaflo'ay. r?eiV"??."^ ?' ur '"t" money, or w h kl K PATRICK, 1,001 Tlilrd avenue. _ 4 N ELEOANT FOl'R STt>R\ 2' y^W ^iour Lexington, A tilth %n ? o; <?" i <? *!"^!,0"r,,: ir,^ii' fio '*? to $v>,ofl. LXeL IJ^WlV^'mA -venue. cor.*rJ^eth*. nnniiiTK THE CENTRAL PARK, FIFTH aVKNI K. <>1 1 4 ? j1 ' fl c|rt!M| new andele near ,?*! * 'X J&ne f*>nt House. havlUB nil the pjitiv finished 1 mii"t l>? scon to he appreciated. luteal Improvement*, mn?i u? Apply on the premfe*. _____ ? - I^OU HALE-THf nrweMh between f *.br'^1> <lT.h avenue*. with staWe lot. in Oie rear; E'rtwVu?nl?hed: tine location'. tormseaBy. Appl> to lm,i J AM kU > KiJiY. So. 4 me ?tr? I mtihII air ? . ? at ,idi*soii iivenues (finest locuiity ; ,rkry*VkPmhE*A^?tec'u: _ Slxih live mi' . t-Uo W.0XW I " .^siion Mu? I. M.W; have Jurt relUMtl ^,'W^ '^.ThI'IKHH AN K. e.-rnei- Rrordvuty ?Od P?rtJ -fourth Meet F*2Jt i&2! SSt Sfft PI* fpr< g aland examine at 17 Bart Fdy-thlrd atrwit __ tfce ow^Vweat Flrty-flftfa .U^t. Efri^^s^wrtH l?rNN A KEAICH. ?M Broadway. R=ss=ffiS orown stone, rur pcriniw ?s>pu lu Broadway. ? ? - ? M fflWWMB PATRICK. I.IIO'-1 Th lrit avenue. _ _ . _TH aVK Nl'J' B8LOW KIl' TlETU hTHKI/r.- A l'KR Lxr"?.? s-jsuas" wsssiKn tare, liiaudiuu PuiuUujiH and Mirrors. Fifty -sixth :in et, ""^'jj^pfVoiJuTw 1 ?lerty atrect._ Street above 1 or! \ -m ' ''JJ J ' i\j,ished in rosewooo. Vtrr " I11K-I.it, 11ESS1' * lu . Kosrino street. East SUle. . ? VDATV WT. A EE KORTINATE l.NOCOn T() A o?7i ?. rent ti ?ri-ulii ?;tti,00t) Will liuy a uwmd?cont offered ; terms ea*y. ? ? a||^ tHJ< Third a venae, "fiiwf.* OF TH K BCKT TEisEMKNT liol Lri IN vs\ I,i.?t> Third avenue. , ? . ? ?t?:b>8 price? a wstii nrn.T Forn story Tiiiriy-Mr-'t Mrcou in ntore. . ,, , . * - ? I'li'UT FOl f H HTOKY BROU N A . rM. 'it. ' "Hon.. " o? ,outl,? sM corner of J\ . ^to!le li l-i' "too > ' ' "" . <(r,.,.t; one corner njfyiuidp, ?n L<-xln?'tim ave a'v^ J? ? ? ,,;^1 H^.i on seventy -fit st street, "uit- A>",,v "" vre,u1^ >1 v x TIIH'E STORY JllOIl STOOV f hirtv filth >L(, y w, Kll^ KourUi street, l|iar Bowery. ? ? ol iTK l,n?, TWO NEW FIVE hTOKY L'Ult km .1 1 1|llll<M with improvement*; -i/e wi'l pay 10 Per-m- , nrtie- WHntl,,g a Mtre nnd sate , kILPATIs'k iv I.W>.? Third Hvetuie. ,vn vi i's r \ -Y iF.RMS FOR A 1 OW PEH'I , ?.,V, browrN'une l>wclllnc. we?t AJ t"r " r; ,!m rh"v..^il. ,tr?et:,e,.t ?"d i uyi\ E'I.ia I tilfK. 1,1- V TH.rd a;enne. A. 5s??* . sB^.wttsKSM^sr' COUl 0 and ,w it. ? ^ 1 RS^Sfc ?16^00,?^ .; as hwf &>[) .->00 i;,:,!d.'.Mn"lnV? 't'hrecVtorV l,^ 'i-op X^nstone H.^con Mnrray IUU Apply ou pren.^A 1/3 Ki??i ihir?y-?Ulli >lr? et. _ ? /v/v/1 ?Viit'R STORV BK'A\N 8TONK, MCR ?SMMW S5-# uft?a,sSJJssj SfctoVe" THOMAS J Dt'jNKJN *. ?' ??? Went H?l?< ? I- r?n HIT, A FOUR STORY TIIOH STOOP . hruwn ?tone Houtc on Hityuevenlh atreef, l?e tivwn mid N.nth avenue*. *tze XUMKi:;'.*) nil-, (loum- lia* in been thoroughly overhauled; cabinet niakiT-, carpentera, plaM'Tet* and (jultittr-i lin> ?? load.- it a* marly per. ret a? potaiHIe ; three floor* in hard wood; tmaetacnt and vc*t ule painted in oil; double floor* in i>arli>r? ; third mid Iniirtli 'loon In col <?r<? ; In a ted t?y liar Tf,r'? in it itiriiue ; tip lop order (ruin uullar to roof; very flu* pronpi ctivo value ; v ill hp wild very cheap to a p'oinpt : nr'-iiiintr, and term* liberal. Appl* loe-AMl. fcl, KUUPATRICK, 1.8U# Third avenue. 1.WVR KAI.K? AN ENTIRE QUARTER Bi?OTK: tTKIM proved; we?t Mde, below #Rh atreet; ttiat tvriux. A. W NICOLI., N,>. 7 Warren ?lr< et. ipon sale? ost wi 'i forty-ninth Strrkt iss, ? KMel K* venth nrenne. a lu-t ? lass three ator) high ?tuup hruWBStoiHt Iruut 1J i in complete order; pt Ice lei ma to c. lit, po-tt'-nioll Ma> I. llKjUile on the preiiilaea. flOJt HALE? Till TWO AND TflBEK STORY BROWN fit one House* JIM and l"ti Forty -levenlh street, be Itcen sixth ;i vt '.me and Broad way ; tin-- location ; term* ? a\v Apply tiWILLIAM KKNN KLIY, No. 4 fine ft. F^OB 8AI.E? M KUTl'M HIZI-D BROWN STONE Dwelling I-*' West Forty -aeeond street, tuatetuiiy deeorm. d ; in nerleci order; prine low; t*iiu*uaa,v. In qalreotJ. ??AMl'UJULI., I'a ill* Hank. EH?lt . ALI. TrilREIi KTOKY DWELLING, o.N ONE JT oi the 1,1^1 .in el-* in Pltiff f- iu?r ; hax 111 modern tin pr.'Vi nu'iit . i .. h Firm on Crotoft l.ak' . tinder ^ood cultlvi.tio' :* 1 i M'l ??' drjvi tr m i*a.llr< >?> (J atutlon. KEiiO A Hi'1, i, ?? ? Broadway, New York ; HOWLANI) A MR A PI: f. I II. :),?? ? .1 t. J Hon S M.F-IN Wi r FOItTY-JOt'BTtt STREET. Br.?t eln ;hri <? t. i.nd bn-ernojit bl*h etoop brow 11 t-ti w irulit Hon- , i;H ' ? t \D0 and IR'.tx.W; prir-o f I7.HX) and tl'-.t'1'. Iih.iiIii mi premise* or plJAMKS iil'.MU.K.-l X, iifi c ( lltil * I line. 1/OIt H A! 1 'IB TO l!; ! .' Oi l'. I '"It Y IITOH STOOI" r ?>roWl? Moiie ti-nnt Hon e ??:, Wi kt Thirty ilphth Klreet. in r Br> dvvr.v; li.ifnll modern inn ?ovejneiitc. Appl' on Hi' pi'' inke*. WOK HA L n OR TO LU I ? i lill M\ .nTi IR V itf-fOOT Mown Ht'im lloaae, ? xtr. we'll limit. ; u c t Kinjjr III ft -ire< t Ix-iween Broitdwaj ainl Kie-ith memn; M jre um! I>vv, iiiiri :t:7 Kmirili .i\ - im lirii ;. tlir< < ?t..rv and ha ? ment wliii vault*. Appl> o.wIi.i.m m KMtOIT 2S1 went 1 illf lit -? ?tri et ]"JH)B RAI-E OR RF.NT? H7 WEST PIETY -TBIBT) hf. 'i three fctt.ry hii.li xli.op In o\* ii ^t'liie, liirni-ln I or nniurii, tied; ? ? i >ij> '??!<- i-rd r, Br> -ae?ed, Ac. < an l? #<?( n from to li F. *1. T.MV1 ST >HY |MM Bl'R TEH I MF.!> t HOI H K HR'iw s JT ?liiin hunt, iu a lir t eluwi private iieiKhhurliiMid ; two li.niilK ? i ae'u tl.ior. > nt* or W VI. IKK ?. ? ON'i'AI'l E. Kl|?htii aveBlie and I WeBty-flr-il Veet. HOtVE $i.-,,im?. f ?? i.tMjri. *2S,ot*i, $:;(t,ntii tiu.'xtn f. I' .<? m. nt t.iBf.Vi.OMi, nn f'iltll. Mad I n>n and fj- 1 tun u>enui>, ulei ou the m m nttra< tlve < i ??*? ?'ri et ? I'AtiK A Mi t A|i FKHTY ruth avi rnie. eurner riitv?eeoiid ?tteet. 4 Story bbick hoc^k, wkju? rentkh, MatW ....... $'v?rn Sxtorv iratri'! hou1*, ii. ar Hth a\eniw, BIbUK) i^Iji 4vtorVlirlek hotl?". let for $l.ftlB 12.0 11 t Mori hrlck ln?u??-. with alore III !*th H. .... i'.fri 4 atitr'v double hliek. 2 ittored. IKxMxlW 17, u 'l At ft. H. LRYY A VO.'H, U7I Went Thirty aitiUfli ?in t. flU\ CITY I-OTS ON BCO.MiWAV, I I. M il AMI ? """ lleventli arurac Boulevardu Erovertv re. atrieted. ftrwuoaay. Applv im eutalo. ue an l l artlcn la. r at I Hi ilrowwa y, Htztru'i ofllee, it tu 3 daily, DAMKJ. Bt D i KPJEUD. dt'lft ftJlfl ? FOR HALE, THE THKhK KH>?( ?ir I * )(t H ' */? I; vh ntoop hrK k Il< til* and ,f ftiM'r [ fwpti'i .f'r"! ??re< t ; lot -. hou?' Ma all th< ni el-rn Uupro* eiM u: ? ur ? ; in coiupleto oi d*jr. ('ITT RE\li nsTATE FOJl SAT.g. W rut HUU. (*?"1 [* SAA ? ' TWENTY-SECOND fiTRCTT, nK i>lO>t)UU. twcen Seven h and Eighth avenues, n three story hMi stoop brick House ; all T" . , prnveinents; splendid order. W.ll/i iiR V. MONfAtjlL, Eighth avenue and Twouty -first street. I N OPPOBTCKCTT IB TOW OFFERED FOB BUYERS J\ purchase 11 few unit class city (Fifth u venue) und country (II i-Jmhi i |v?r) Residences v? i.v cheap. M. T. WOOLLLY, 75 I nlversity place. i:l!()OKI^ S P!lOHEHTV FOR 8AX1E ilU TO UBT. tterai.d branch office? brook ltn. AHVEBtlSEMENTS FOR THE NEW TURK HERALD PICEIVED AT Of "K BRANCH OFFICE, XX THE LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUTLDINO, CORNER OF Fl'LTON AV. AND BOERf'M 8T. OFFICE Ol'EN FROmT A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY FROM 3 TO 8 P. M. CARRIERS AND AOENTH' DEPARTMENT NO. 7 FRONT S'nTEET, BROOKLYN. A HANDSOME Tim EE STOKY FURNISHED HOUSE In Brooklyn to let, ut $'.Hi a mouth, ID minutes' wulk from the terry; heautltui locution. M 1T<' II ELL, 77 Cedar street, New York. A? TO LET. A THREE STORY BROWN STONE ? Dwelling, with all modern Improvements, situated ou Pacific street. Brooklyn. J. C. BAILEY, BO l ast Fourth street, near Bowery. |*OB HALE CHEAP-A DE8IAKHLE PLOT FDR 1 maim lucturors or builder*, corner of Bridge and Plymouth streets, 100x107)*, two Wonka nrwii lerry. or will i>e divided It tied red. Apply to TIIOMAS KELLY, US Joy street, Brooklyn. FOR SALE? TOE TWO STORY AND BASEMENT brick Home <9 Ulcrinont avenue: seven rooms; wntcr und gas; price $4,900; I'i.fiflO enu remain on rnort Kane ; curs to all the New York and Brooklyn terries pass the door. Apply to Mrs. GRANT, en the premises. fpOR SALE AT A BARGAIN? A THREE BTOBY AND basement brown stone House. 171 Bedtord uvennc; everv modern Improvement; price SJUI.OUO, of wliicti a large portion can remain on mortgage; look hotore btty n? else whore; no i ea-onalde offer refused. hpoo.NER .v BAUER, 206 Canal street HANDSOME BKIPK TWO STORY BASEMENT AND under-oeliar House; in minutes from lerrv ; range, water, ga? and fixtures; <5,000, cash $500 ; easy terms. 116 Pacific street, Brooklyn- ? House To let? one of the prettiest ar ranged' houses in Brooklyn, newly painted und repapered last November, consisting of eight large rooms, ample closet, good cellar, hot end cold water, bath, water closets, stationary washtubs, Baltimore neater, gus fixtures, with house and all modern conveniences; n perfect gem tor a gentleman and wile ahout w> com mence housekeeping ; or a small tamily House in an unexceptionable neighborhood, ten seconds or tour Hues to nil the lerrles, &> minutes' ride ; excellent opportunity now offered. Apply to 11. BMI.i.Y, corner Courtana State streets, or at linii-o 4IW Stale street, near 'I bird ave nue. Carpets ami shades, aluio-t new, will be rented with the house or sold at a low figure, or not ut all, as muy bo preferred. Possession at once. SI ( i tf K TO BENT? THE BEST STORE AND LOCA lion In the city of Brooklyn, 'ioi Fa I ton street. Wo have removed our carpet business to. 'lilt Fulton street. FOSTER BROTHERS. Rapid transit.? choice lots, asxitw feet, under close restrictions, in a first class nleghborhood, near Prospect Park, Brooklyn, and the line of the pro posed Rapid Transit steam road, for sale at $600 and upwards; a splendid opportunity for investment or spec ulation. Apply at the office ol the lute A. J Walker, No. Ha John street, New York.troin 12 to i o'clock. TO. LET? FURNISHED, the LOWER part of Ifouse 21. r> South Third street, Williamsburg : suitable for housekeeping; flue garden; rent $50 per month. In* fiulre at 4H New Chambers street, New York. rno LET? IN A PLEASANT PART OF CLINTON I street, Brooklyn, a tlnu brow n >t >n<i Iront llotiso, with modern Improvements; rooms spacious ?ud airy; cenvenleutto Wall stroet and South ferry; rent moder ate : private family preicrrcd. Apply, l'rom 13 to t P. M., at JliS Clinton street. A WESTC'IIEWTFP (OI'NTV PKOPEKT7 ^ TOW SAI.fi OK T4I KKNT. A VALDABLE WATER FRONT RESIDENCE ON J\ the Sound, at Rye. ono mile from depots, about i% acres, frame bpiue, modern Improvements: also Cottage, 14 rooms, atahllng tor live horses, bathhouse, Ac ; about 3u0 teet I rout, with sea wall ; a flue place tor yachting, fishing and bathing; charming location; remarkably health} ; terms easy. Apply to T. J. HALL, Rye, N. Y., or 41 South street, city. BEAUTIFUL FOUR ACRE WATER-FRONT REST !> ^ m. enco, on the Hudson, 10 miles from city; elegant mansion, brick stable end t very outbuilding to make up a first class place ; choice trtiif, splendid garden of riire anil beautiful flowers: also 5>i acre Residence, on the Hudson; nnest and cheapest in the State ; others In New Jersey, clut>e by depot , free and clear ; will exchange. ABBOTT, 202 Broadway. \ ? TABBYTOWN.? TO BENT, FULLY FURNISHED, j \ . for the Snmmer or year, on Broadway, one mile trom the de| ">t, u large. Commodious brick House, con taining 17 rooms, hot and cold water, gas, Ac. ; the house hit.- u broad, handsome plu/vu . upon the property are stable, coachhouse, hennery, Ac., all in good condition; a large garden, stocked with Mnitll fruits: the location is superb, with extensive and beautiful > lews of the Hudson River. Particulars oi 1. ROBERTS, 17 South street, or F. Q. A I). BROWN, !W Broadway. (1HEAP BUILDING PLOTS FOR SALE.? AT WOOD J lown Helfbts, Woodlawn, about two miles trom upper part ol city, at Kingshridgc, Plot So. ItHi, about 4 City Lots, SUfi ; No. 1W7, No. 188, ?.-?! ; No. I!?9, $HU0; also entire Blocks and Half Blocks. At Foi illiam, tine Plot, 7 Lot-, high ground, close to depot, $'!,7fi(J; Plot ? Lots, S fronts, $4, SOU. At Trrmont, Plot H Lots, highest ground, barn, fruit and shade, Terms to suit on all. POTTKB BROTHERS, No. 4 Warren stroet; brunch oftlce, Fordhani. Di ) BB'S FE U ItY.-TO LET, A COTTAGE HOUSE AND Carriage House; 15 minutes' walk trom depot; one acre in lawn: hoi unil cold witter i uih, Ac. Apply to JOHN 0. HIGtJINS. No. 7 Pine *tr? ut. IV?R 8 A LE ? FARM, 28 ACRES, WESTCHESTER, tlrsl station above White Pln.ti", near village of Ken -loo; goo 1 buildings; plenty of fruit; -'ock iuciudeu. Inquire at I'l CKBR'S, No. h Burclay stiect. }JTE NICK.? A PLACE FOB SALE; COTTAGE I llon.~e ; tiarn, grapery, Ac. lu go d order, with lonr at 1 1 s. tor $si 0?*?. or nine a< rrs tor tll^OO; every thing Iti working order ; horses, cows, farming utc.n.s'1-, Ac.; one mile trom Mamaroneek or three-quarfers of i mile trom Harrison depot. New Haven Railroad. Al plv to l. S, SHEPHERD, lsl Broadway, or 1). A. G RAN I, 679 Broad way. I OR LARGE FURNISHED HOUSE AND ?pi HH three acres: location plca-ant ami healthy; j suible. u nit, Ac. ; .11 minutes IVom city. Address \Y. Dl.ERE, Jerome, Westchester county, N. Y. JKKXFV TITY, HOIIOKWK, I11DMON CITY am? ju:i;<-i;n ih al kstatk. For Sn!c. \ BARCI MN FOR SOMEBODY? MUST BE SOlJ> this week, three story atel basement brick House mot lull depth lolt rooms and as uiany large pantries: 1 all Improvement- ; two-thirds > an remain on bond ana I mortgage; be-l neighborhood iu Ilobokeu. Particulars I and p Tintls of F. R. DOMINH'K, 74 Spring Street Murket, j New York. E1ACTOBY FOB SALE OR TO RENT? A THREE 1 stc.r\ building, 26x100 : wing IOx7Aand uve house 60x | SI; seven lots ol ground. Inqt.lrt at 86 Lispenard street, ill stairs, or ot Oil AltLES i!(H!GAN, South street, oppo site Pierce a venue, iludsou city, w here property can be seen. t> 7 \l\t\ CASH- WILL "BUY A THREE STORY high Stoop House on Jersey City Heights; flue vic*? and ontv about 15 minutes' walk* from Hoboken lerry Apply to tl. PATTBKRG, Broadway. To I<el or Lenie. AT .Tl iMF.Y ClI'Y.-A DESIRABLE HOUSE, TEN good location, convenient to ferry, partially furnished it desired; purl of house i an be hud imme diately if wanteds rent ROBERT T. MEEES, 80 Cedar street. ACIIINE SHOP ROOM, W ITH POWER, TO RENT? At Jersey City, nc i r ferrv. In bull lings formerly Jersey City Isicoinothe Work* Apply to W". BA1I.EY, LANG A CO., 54 Cliff street. New York, or W C. DAY TON, at woi t.s. M PROPERTI CUT 4?K THE 4 1TY FOll HALF, <?H 'i'4> KENT. A LI w iVIING FA tills. ? FOB SALE, TO FARMERS, gardeners and fnrm laborers Ironi the old country, ! reod I'nrin units h ' rgin soil) nt Irin per acre, on ?(x ; yeari' credit. The soli is a po<?i i loducthre loam, near ! the great markets ol New York Mid I'hlladi Ipbla, bv nil- | road, v lit re from ' 0 to 40 at re? i onstiltlte u good turni win n por l> plantril to truit. From this locality n greater ouantit* : in" variety of truit is sent to market' tlian Irom I ntiv etliet place ol euual ait a in the United Slates. It Is ! it: the m"i ? ot a ibrlvlng community, with good roatls, stole-, cbool- mid inanttiactories. Female membem ol tiniillics i< tin others tan prt cure ?<t.,k at straw ???wing, shoe work, bnt'.on making, clothing work and other I niche". Viiih t o"l; h, Iri-li nt'i' Scotch tnrrner" have 1 settled ? I are pro r et"ii?. Nun ler-oi gnrdctierH from tlie vl? init> of New "oi k are locating, a* In t It's section In rmlng pays IM bitter than in t: <? W'osi. Papers con talnlni lull liitoiinatloii will bi intfK eol elian e. Ad I dress CIIARIES K. LAM'IS. Ph : r'. tor, Ylneland, N.J i BABE OPPORTUNITY FOR I V Vi s I MEN r, j\ For s'e. In ncll lielow its :n ml value, one of the finest Farms in the tmmcrlla' v. inttj ol Richmond, Yn., contain ? .t'JOacrea, ol which J4<) acres lire under the ' hlginMt cultivation; rwlnaliidtr pockL (brtrty timber: land very lertlle ami well tflap ted to the growth tit alt kinds ot ctfeals; hri k dweftlug hou?e ol nine rooms, Barn, etaue, t ors cribs and all necisiaoroutlmntiii./.; the Che-ape tike nnd Ohio Rullrt ud passes within 360 Tarda ol the House ; the present owner paid * ''i,ik?i o,r i tliW lai m fllU en years u o ; lots lived t u it ever since, ami only parts with now owing to unforesei n clrcnmstam en wh cfi compel blm to do so ; title | "ricct ; strictly ntien- ! timbered. Principals only need apply to JOHN s. I. WEN, 5V Nassau struct. 1 4 I.VDY, GIYINO I' I' HOI'SE KEEPING, WOULD j\ rent inr place from May !| house '.tl minutes irom elu bv Ni ? Jer ey Central MIImh4 and street oar* pass the also -pletidld location, lil^h ground, fruit, bain, i carriage >c. lloti^e contains 11 room*, in good order and b? ttcd bv* tutnuce; would tllspo-e of mm furniture Terms moderate to responsible parties. Ad dress tor three days J. W., 54 Dey street. I \ MAtiSiriCI NT MANSION. OUT!) I'tLDIBGS AND j\ jim ni, of Land, at llunttngton, L. I., to exchsnge ' !i r Builder-' Hardware, lloUsefUrnlshliig Goods, Ac. Ad dresa W. C. M., statlmi L. \ N ri.l t; VST COUNTRY RESIDENCE IN MltRRIH* .\ tow n, N J., three story, 40*:3, with extension, two I bus windows nil nil iutproveineiits; garden hand-oinely bildotit ; a largt ??rletv ot trull ; high ground ; the inte-t ? I liable part on the place : moat luxuriously furnlahed ; lor ^tle, with or vsithout Furniture. A. BEOM^VIST. !5i) Nassau street A HOTEL Ft lit s-ALE? FAIR! I ELD HoU.-K, FAIR 1\ field, t'otin,, toe loa* ttieestaU ol the late l.ewis F. i'l. < eiuint : lurtiislied complete, luqulrt ol W. W. bTE rllEN:tON. Ml itiouilvMiy. iootn2^. Ncv V?>rk. Aa?-A( 111 FARM POR MdW? ti.MW < ASH, TOP. bib in oti bi .till an I tuortgaae: all clejir ; good rea. sons tar MtiUne A<ldt?.? h. L'k k W^oD.Jr., Tl# i\arl A PllOPERTY Ol'T OF THE C I TT FOR SALE OR TO It km . \ Sl''!;T,N k.AKM "k 1'fl) AOEBS, AT PFEK8 wL,kciun?: ^nflce"* ?' 05 acr" ttl Urc<"' MITCH*!*, 77 Oodar Mtroot. A Sa *5? ' AN' v rA*K finest ivpkov Slm ni* T , . ","P?*r??I.v located , ox crlonksoolhwe*. Si!! ^ L , uud t'onm,ct,ciit V ullety ; ?U tn Hi,,. ,', scenery offer rare uttrai tlon* or wiiiiii.ff tn ?!{S?l.uu,i \>' king summer heme* w ill "x a i^ i i children ; price low to clo?e es'ate ; KaLOGu f ri'> I xr <.?lu lis add'e,s C. D. uti, r.xoi utor, No 4 Pine street. New York A ' J"? 5.-? *9* BT< :um It- 4 II I n 1>S( .MB ii ted oll tlii. !OU6,'i,?s rooms. beautiftilly situ rt-puf \o\2H?i&?(?l\*nl^Wver< minute.# from A|.|ilv u A 1 TAitrv ?.!n ?i more ground ti required. m imj w. a. i.. ( AjtKT, P< Hook's Hob I, High Bridge. s, J- vacinity ofsinofr lots lor Ml!"' i, ; . ,ln',d?"i"0 <'?tUfa, with two no?ite jii kli.'.. v "l"' i,0111111"* 7 'ooiu.,, water and gas: op lie Slate Omit S k{ Mn prof""?d 1,iu' 'or the election of low. .M?J^jWSS ^teW.;.owlu suM vpry A ' 1 e i* i'i ,'r M |Mk?H 'Bi a B E 8 1 DE ' ? f'?K SALE t)R TO room bowUni .lfoV ?i'".T; 'uiproveuieuU; bllllurd Ii i i i H ullp,v> stalileg; s|ilc'U<*l<1 view: unexcen tioiiulilo locution; bt. Murk's pluce. New Brighton, 8. I. ? A. COLLINS, is Pino afreet. HOTEL, ELEOANTLY FURNIMIED, COST - SReorto !?"?<?, at a nominal p. ice. 8. C. SMITH, trntier, 202 W llllam blrcet, Frankfort llouw. A -SIX, W?' ***?. 0* LOM ISLAND BAIL rioaV iV. lo^^ii'li^;;;!;"11 aua lMf"u,-v ,w#Ii"ni A BEAUTIFUL BUM M EB AND WINTER RESI dence at Westiiort, olt the New York and New Ha ^'.Vi. 1 *1' u{ ',,s from New York.? French Cottage, ?-..i uue ""d u hull acres of ground, In Id out in lawn und A? 0Wief"i u'r ?sl"'"k-' planting ; house fur itl completely wltli furniture made to order l>y I est iity makers; glass, linen, and everything complete lor In'i *if ' l>rlc0 very low. Apply ' KNEY, 76 Codar street, or Sturlcv&nt House. AT III vi:iusii>k. ON JOB SOUND-SEVERAL AT llf'ruc,"vo Residences for sale: moilern linprove bori&od? deLrlp' tlOo ckcuZik tri'iU": Kr?,V""f "0'*h" ?; ATW ATER, Riverside Station, Oonn. A r'v ''^bnisheh, ?>N OASTLETON P^,'? tor UllKlll,?P lauding, Hlalen Island, i\ rr?. n Rosldenco, with H table and extennlve .Hi iJ 'V I,, ! i"""/:,1 lM ,lv"dJr 'or lininediate occupation, in JI1 ! !' wlf 1 u'"*cr clo'ets, stationary lubi nu'l all conveniences; stmre passes the floor; rent low. Apply to JOHN Mei>ONAL.l>, No. fl Hatlery place. piOUNTRy SEAT Til LET. FURNISHED? 19 ROOM V y Ul,(1 completely furnished and heated bv in lace ; ran?e, lint and cold water; situated b It'll and healthy m a lu wn and prove of beautiful treos; carriage h .';, nil' ^.'"'""Vvt-'nrdener's eottaue and gardens^ ?lni,m . 'rult ; one hour from Wall str"..|; trxin h ?'very hall hour; ivnt very low to tlie rl^ht parties. Apply to OAPKH8, CXARK A tu)., ffl Cedar street /^Ol'NTRV SKAT, III ROOMS, PA NTIt IKS, fM.OSKTS sun I v^n i (I ! ''* wo '? cistern, broad veranda-.; unu r, .V, . ! i, '. i U''m ' n/'rt' B"rden ; convenient to depot office, so,^ ""i?il,,lS.V w ; *m AMr('" l,us H Pwt riONVKNIENT NEW RESIDENCE? ADJACENT DE .A:!n"'8 l'i?"'eas and Post office ; line bus, flshlri(r; unfailing ?lniiiin i Ii o t. aud cold water ? nrice S7 IWH) a <t (Ires.i A11TII l' It E. sKliLDINO, RivVr.^lJi! ? VtutiV.n ?0(m /loI.'NTRV RESIDENCES TO RENT? FOR SEASON. Y . or year, ut 1 Jaiutleld. Sootch PlitiiiA. Orantre Mont N w'lj?' '0,,,l,Hcld, and at otlier desirable locations In R< w, Jersey ; a'so > at Yonkers. SIhk Sine, Mount Klaco, h.?""i Vernon, New Rochelie, Itve, Portcheslcr anil b ssl)!'v<.iHvVorn w?tBTr'?<Jnts; nice cottage*. $ju to #SlW yearly. 8. IRELAND, 201 Bronewav. "I7NOLEWOOD AND PALISADES. ? CHOICE PROPER Lj t""i KT ii?*?u0.r.r^n,t; ':'!',:?ished Houses for Summer. LHAHLhH D. KKLLOtlO. No. 4 I'ine street. FAeiMH. aCRE8, ONE HOUR- from An ? 1' . Price $4.000 ? fi7 acres. Stock, Crops, Ac., J8,rO); laeres, fliie, dairv farm. $14,000 ; 200 acres, iroodim' provemento. $2B,P00; nlsn gieat variety in Orniiue Roek ' Wttsteliester and Dutchess counties and the i.e.st sec tlons of New Jwy, from 20 to 6'J0 acres; several to ex ch?p?<'- S IRELAND, JOI Broadway I^IOR SALE? A SPLENDID RESIDENCE, BETWEEN WOB 8ALE-AT NORTHPORT, LONG ISLAND A J handsome Country Seat or Farm of 20 acres '.'ver looking Long Island Sound for 30 milrs and a short dis !Si i i; modern house; slate roof; 12 rooms: in pert. rt order: large barn and all other re.mlsite out 8tl0,,',,a?,jnft ?"iit trees; small fruits of all kinds: land in good ^tate of cultivation an I well fenced : the healthiest place in vicinity of New York ? 40 miles by railroad; near depot; one mile from vllp.ge or StrMt, Brooklyn?' ' Pr ,"odt'rtt,?- Apply at V7 Fulton UOR SALE? $1S,COO? THE MODERN HOUSE 1 >12 J Broad street. Newark, N. J.; three siorv, with all modem conveniences; llti. Ht location in Newark - five 8nv v?i.?a nalk "?cn.CheHtn.U street depot. Apply tu F BONNfcAt, owner, 170 Centre street, New York. FOR SALE-FINE LA ROE MANSION. FOR LARUE family or boarders; fruit, shade; looacres If desired. l( 'urge brick l-aetorv To lef, best Creainerv in Orange county, all on Krie Itailroad. y __ JOHN E. HOWELL, qpHhen. N Y. |j^OB SALE?IN NEWARK. N.J, A NBARLYNEW F,.rt*y, ,HU 11 }?? story ^,'"1 extension frame House, In iv ^5-. ^rdcr and repair ; 9 rooms, was. water, Ac . ; .me -C|,K I'i ^(,w?rk and New York Railroad lot/1 *'?"'? terms accommodatimr. Ad.lruM) owner, O. t/l'RRIEK, M Pruspect street, Newark, N. J. SALE? AT WESTKIELD, N. J? NEW GOTTA (Te h ."y ".'"'dow slau- roof; location unexceP: ? IVi.rf : w?lk from depot; price $3,800; only fi,0Q9tfown. I lie) Hire oi owner, at railroad station. l^OR SALE? TDK SI'MPAWAMS HOTEL, IN B \HY J ion. J,. I., with Furniture; accommodates ..nn oi' AvSiufnt^ii w ,'l0r,?''t Older. Inquire ot John ' A C A R I.L Bab vl ell* "triet, New York, or BOBBINS A BAROAIN-A 10 ACRB^COUnTrY iri.it One I n 1- ' ,lpr"ov' wlUl w??er front, choice HEKU, aB? ^Br:!adlviy!,ear A,,,"y to "? ''ATT UOR S.M,F.-AT FAIR VIEW, n7 J., KMII.ESFROM I city and near depot, tw.. desirable Cottages - terms easy, fo rent, lurni lied and unlarniMhed, (tountrv Keni deuces ti^l.o^lclrl.y0t iVnatlv, n i. a,',,, ^ iSmont ri i|i| ||( r , "11. ON A < LAKK, ill llroadwuy, aalos Tt,0,P SALE?FIVE A i llF.S, (iOoD IIOI'SF. AND I "arii; go's! lam ; n.-ui depot ; price $.">,. V.*i ; terms $7M) ' O! !;o ;l.,1r''ini,l"l\ i 'i1'1 gltuate.l at Mctiichen, N. ii a rtic ul?r ?, it I h i'i " 1 ? m ; r Is",1."' '"r our Jo.irtMtl for parucuiai h of 1 11 K "iliv and other nropertien ? AMI'IU l.L 4 Ml UrtON, No. l%7wk pl?ce._ L^OR SALE? VALUABLE PROPERTY. IN NEW CA J nann. Conn,, kn.wn ||?, oimstead Place- luo V ". " '"V1 "??? ?-'-b hennery Ai ., ?uii ^ le. I above M-a level, cotnniaudlnv extensive j lews of the Koai-d Iroui Oreeiiwlch to lli idueporl Ixini' Island, Ac. ; two hotiis l-.oin l-'ortv-seeond street l.v ? Ii'mn1") Hnven and Now f'anaan Railroads;' prleo Pine Mrei t'"8 ' '' ' I,0ilK,{ At??IMiAN, No. 2 F?!\.rU V TO ' r * [1IREE STOlfl FAX} ? i . . ? j " J ;!*;r 1'Oft er hnjlne, Boiler, Ac. ; bit 7fixl00 -Addri L. K . I.I. \ M, nwin-r, Ell/ab?th|?irt, N. J.' L'oif SALE nil 'in LET? TWO HOUSES, FRENCH 1 sly le, i lie InrnUlied ; perfect Bern -; replete will, all modern convenience*; II room.: to inlnut.-s frmn .;i,y Hull , 6 mlnutr . iroin beat and car : loca'ion uti'nr pa-wed;hlghgromid. Apply jo Mr. ALLKN, B;H) llroadwsy. T|tOR SALE OR TO LET? ? . , An elettuiit Residence at Newark. N J situated In lie rholcest part of the cltv lull Brral street, with <ii tea minutes' walk of the New York cars i prl'^aTe residence t?'l,ih "r ?J ri ii H i i i <?r trrnis upplv to W.M. |j. VOOK :1; Wall Vtreci" u< utl" U' ol l" H- CROW ELL, /I BEAT BAKU .UN.? ONLY $:,0lK) FOR A PINE "r first c l ?*s-? House, new: thr-e story and bascinont; splendid parlors, marble mantle x, gas, water, heater, range. Ac. ;b rms easy; good neighborliood ; ten blocks Iroin Thirty I, u.-tti st -eet ferry. Applv Eleventh street and Jackson avenue, just nut of Hunter's Point. Hackensack, plainfield. bi oomfield AND Passaic Country Seat.-, I arms nud Cottages for gale, exchange uud to let ; all prices; jirli. ted description. E. M. MASON, v f rii ambers street. Homestead to lease for ihe season or for one year, at South Norwalk conn.? To lease, pos-es*ion on or before the 1st ol Mav It desired, the full sized commodious two sior.v frame House, wltli Itaru and Other outbuildings, all in fine order; location one of the plen*?nteat on the line ol the New ^.rk and New Haven Railroad, overlooking the Sound, river and barboranil within Ave minutes ol the depot; bouse well furnished, and has gas, furnace, range, with hot and cold water and laundry; grounds contain about "i; neres, with larne garden about 190 u nit trees In lull bearing and a variety ot small triiil*. A I imlly Horse, Rockawav, H agon, ('art and a well st4K-k?d Heiuierj will be lei v itli t he promises. For further particulars in<|iilre ot A <1. ni Til u, 42^ Broadway, New York, or ol ill owner, 1,. II. MOORE, on flic premises, at South Nor alk, Conn. Hotel on the iifdson.? leas srhcK, fix ture-j ana Furniture ol the Irvlngton Hotel, estab lished 28 years. Apnlv on the promises, west of the d?: j-.,it, or t..W, II MITCH ELI., 77 Cedar street. NfEWAI'1% TO i.i T, TWO BKAt'TIFI'I, MANSARD roof Itou-cs, 1? and 22 Newark sire, i, Newark, N J. j completed lif t Fall and never occupied ; IB rooms : all modern conveniences; high ground, shady street, large yard*, fruit . Ac.: five minutes from Morris and Esse* i!e; of; rent early : would ace. nirnoilale two small families. At) ply to the owner, Dr. Ill YLAR, 77 Amity street, ' ew i oi k. ORANUE, N. J.? FOR SALE, THE BRICK HOUSE, corner of Harrison street and Railroad, with about two acres of Ori iind : fine shade and lawn; flic locality i.? healthy and | lcluresi|ue, on a macadamized street and m ar the Uriel, riiurcli statimi For terms, Ac., address (!. II, hip\ iV'-l Morro tov n, N. J. VAI! ?T<m POR S ALE, KLIiOAN I ilKK'K BROWN i stone irlmmed ilouae; modern iinprovenlents : lo: #0x2n i; i t rooms; frailklln square, joining new United States Hotel cronnds: ureat bargain. filO.lsiO; cash <6,1100. balance morhinge ; (lrnisl.ed, $2ft,&oi: ie.it, .tune, .inly and A U(i ust, S.1,.'<00. 11. VAN DLLdJ^N, driiwer till Sara fo?'a, N. V. OTAMF'iRD, CONN.? FOR SaLE, I.iiW WATER Iront Property, beauill ally sl? tinted; larire Mansion, i:i rnoiiis: 2'. u.r more) acres, Barn, garden; $!i,uon. Apply at 2'< St. Mark s place, New York (J TILL FOR HALE-OWINO TO Till; W I ATII E|T,~A i ' choice Home Furin of 81 acres, on ihe Delaware Rtver hi ' esslble by Camden and An. boy or Central Rail road ol New Jersey ; HO a> res flue truck land, sweet potatoes, melons. Ac., bordered by the Delaware Canal: 1.0 acres Wood, balam e gruss or gram pi ach. plum and apple orchards ; vary nice farm bouse and bain; lino shade and wau r, grand scenery w lib some stock, sci.1 ami Implements, and It acres in wheat; oil)} $7,000; I'i miles iroin Mtlfbrd, Hunt county, N. J. ; three churches, schools, Ac. Address V. OKKOU, fflO LET? NEW DURHAM, N.J.-A FINE DWELLING, 1 11 moms, wiili about one acre i itftninntes to olty WILLIAM T. DAY, 190 Woostcr street. rflo"LET-AT QUEEN8. ENOLEWOiiD. u"~l, HOUSE 1 ot elaht r.MXns, and IK acres of Land ; plenty of Hue fruit and ornnuiciital trees: location the healthiest near New York ; no lever and ague ; also 12 a. res to let, sopa raielv, near it: one hour from City Halt, by two rail roads ; wit bin tlu-ee minutes walk of the Long Dlai.d Railroad depot and U n ol Stewart's new railroad depot Call on W. E. SHELDON, 131 EaM Twenty-mveuth si PHOPERTV ?WPT OF THK CITY FOR. SAIiK OK TO ItEIS'T. TO LEASE -BELMONT BAI<L. MROOMS, FURN ISHED or unl nrn ihIh'<I. BP hnioiid terrace, New llrlirhton, Ktuleti Island ,3 miuutd lV>.m lauding; reallv n deslr nlilc place. W. A. COLLINS, 2H Fine street rjio It B NT ? IN ORANGE. N. J., A LAROl? NEW J Koicl on ?Inln utre ct ; near ) arks aud depots. Ad dress It. VV. IIOLMES, Orange, N. J. rpo BENT?COMPLETELY FURNISHED, COUNTRY I Font, near VlMNNi in Bergen county, N. .1.; tine homo (If) rooms), ntaiile, Ac , in perfect order; with Horse, Carriage, Cow, Ac. ; t'ne healthy location. k IRELAND, aui Broadway. mo RENT? ONE OF THE MUST 0ELIOHTFULLY I situated Residences oa the entire line of the Northern Railroad; elevated, healthy und tree ot nulaances; near dtutlon, between l-'uglewnol and Tenally ; 17 rooms, fur nished; I'mno; stabling; Cow. Apply h t 78 Chambers fli Cn ACRES, WITHIN TEN MINUTES' WALK OF ?JU the depot at Westfleld. N. J. t will be worth $2,000 nor acre within tlvo years; can tie bought now lor $'10.ou0. R] K EK, 1IKS.se a CO., No. 6 Fine Mtrcet. <kli nnr\-(>R lease $??.? HANDSOME DWELL ?]PI?.UUU lnir, U rooms, attic, bath, water closet, range, tub*, registers : uncommon village conveniences; nere tot; near depot Central Railroad New Jersey. Ad dress box 11 Pout office, Somerviile, N. J. <fc7 -EURNLSHED COMPLETE AND WELL, I new House, eight rooms; splendid in i.'h Lorhood; near depot. For further particulars address FERDINAND FISH, box N? Fost office, Plainflold, N. J. UEU ESTATB TO BXCHASOE, \ ?TO PARTIES WISHINU TO LIVE NEAR THE J\ ? I'ark? Two magnificent stone fronts, and three lti.H feet fronts; or will exchange lor property below Twenty third Mreet that would bear alteration. BMtNETT A BUCK, 1,117.1 Third avenue. A COUNTRY FLACK, FREE OF ENCUMBRANCE, worth from #<>,(100 to $14,000, and some cash, will be taken In part payment lor two line located brown stone fronts aud a f>uc. frame House. Owuor on premises, 220 ! a?t Eighty-sixth street (wide street). D ORB'S FERRY. -FOR SAl.E OR KXCllAMJE FOR a Brooklyn House, a tine. French roof House und Carriage House, l^AoresJn view of the river and near Broadway. Apply to JOHN O. HHiOlNS, No. 7 Finest. JflOR RALE? OB WILL ACCEPT SMALL BOUSES, near Fortieth street, or Fir.-t Mortgages, for a first c'a*s brown stone House, hardwood finish, on Madison avenue, one block from the Park. WILLIAM (JEii, owner, corner of Elm and Franklin streets. TjlOR SALE. EXCHANGE OR TO LET? A FIRST r class new House, IS rooms with eight Lots, at Mount Hone. WestchoMor uonuty, flvo minutes from Fieraont Station, II. R. R. Apply to JOHN D. OTTIWELL, 109 Third avenue. _ I NOB SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR A FARM, DRY Goods, Furniture or Diamonds, a four etory brick double tenement House In llltli ftrett, near Second ave nue : price $10,1)00. Addrcb* 1*. DA11J5Y, lti3 iiutt Houston street. _ For sale ort exchange? one of the finest Country Resiliences on St a ten Island, nearClilton; tine, large 'mansion; all modern improvements; out buildings complete ; about 20 acres land, under high state ol cultivation ; ulniudnm e uf choice trulls; well shaded; fine view of New York city and Bay; everything In most complete order; lully furnished or unfurnished. s. IRELAND, all Broadway. JIOR SALE OB EXCHANGE? SEVERAL FINE OOUN try Seats on the Hudson; also Farma and Residences, In Wctehesler, I .on:: Island, staton Islund and New Jersey ; many with cash. W. 11. 1IAYES A SONS, 81 Cedar street. I ROB 8ALB, OR BZCHANGE FOB CITY OR HARLEM ' Property? A benntltul Residence, In Westchester county ; great prospective value ; free and cloar; a good cli nice for a builder. Address RESIDENCE, Herald olllco. IfOR RAI.E OR EXCHANGE? A LAROE FACTORY J" in Brooklyn, nenr Icrry, with Engine and Boiler; elevator to roof ; In fine order. Apply al71 Kront street. IjlOB SALE OR EXCHANGE? A COUNTRY PBOP" r orty and cash lor City Property; will put in (10,001 to $lfi,t)00 lor good property. PAUL I . todd, 05 Liberty street FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? A BEAUTIFULLY SIT " uated suburban Besidence, near depot; 10 minutes trom Harlem ; !<8 to 30 minutes trotn Forty-sscond street depot; aboutSioity lots; large, flno bouse. With modern Improvements; healthy locution; commanding view; garden, with an ahundan e of truit and (lowers; park, grapery, nur-ery, Ac ; u profitable investment. Call at W. ROilBBEOK'S, No. 4 Murray street., second lloor. FlOB BALE? OB EXCHANGE FOB CITY PROPERTY, a Farm, 19!) acres, Westchester eount.v; well culti vated ; tine buildings; a choice place and unencumbered ; throe-quarters of a mile to depot; only $130 per acre; several other choice Places for exchange. CAM PBI'.LL A PIERSON, No. \y. Park place. rtio EXCHANGE? FOR ELIZABETH, ORANGE, I Brooklyn, Williamsburg or near-by Westchester county Property, a three stcrv basement House, hi Fif teenth street ; Stuyvesunt leasehold ; equity 8d,260. Apply to VV. S. JAllVIS, 2-'l Canal street. X\[ ANTED?1 TO BELL OR EXCHANGE FOR MFB Vt chandise, 2,001) acres choice Texas Land, adjoining tlie Texas Pacific Rai road in Van Zandt county, Texas, lilies perfect In every respect. For particular-* address C. C. HEARNE, box 188 Galveston (Texas) Post office. BEil< E4T4TE WAVTfiD. A FIRST CLAsT HOUSE, UPTOWN, FOR WHICH cash and a good house on Lexington avenue will be given. Principals or brokers send full particulars to S. PRE1DENRICH A CO., 900 and RM llilrd avenue. WANTED? A 2ft FOOT FOUR STORY BHOWN STONE liigli stoop House, for three years, between Madison and Sixth Hveiiue?, Thirtieth and Forty-second streets; will pay $5,000; private tamilv. UAKNES A RYDER, l,2t>2 Broadway. UOl'SKS, ROO.HS, <yc., WAVTKI). In UUa City unit Brooklyn. A LAROE NUMBER OF DESIRABLY LOCATED Ilou-es, furnished and unlurm-<lied ; high anil low priced, wanted iurnedlatoly lor excelleut tenant* , un doubted securities given. HABDENBUBGH A CO., 1,241 Broadway. AN EDUCATED LADY, HAVING HER OWN PIANO forie, desires a plain tuniished or unfurnished Room or would give le-sonsin music, with practice. In return for n room ; state terms. Address OMEllA, Herald Up town Branch office. F^URNIoHKD HOUSE WANTED? BY A SMALL FBI Aate family, from April till September; must be a brown sfone bouse, tully and elegantly furnished, be tween Fourteenth und Fifty-eighth streets, wi'li all mod ern improvemi n s. including silver and lin< n ; rant not over $'tOJ per month. Address C. C. C? Fifth Avenue Hotel. House wanted? by a small family, in up per part of city ; rent not to exe cd $1,0>X); possession v anted immediately. Address HOUSE, box 143 herald olllce. WANTED-AN UNFURNISHED UPPEB FLOOR IN a priv ate house, bi'twoen Tenth and Thirttoth streets, mid First and Fourth avenues, tor a family of two, trom Mav I ; references given and rtyuired. Ad dress M. L? 22 Walker street, New Vork. TV ANTED? IMMEDIATELY, BY A GENTLEMAN AND ? V wife, a snit of Rooms tor light housekeeping, uniur nilhed, excepting carpets and shades; location must be good and house neat. Addles-, with lull particulars, MERRICK, Herald ofllee. rANTED? LOW!' R FART OP A HOUSE OR A NIC 13 Floor for a good truant. WM. A E. A. CRI'IKSIIANK, Corner of Hrnadway ami Forty-fourth street. \\T A NTKD? A BEOROOM AND SITTING ROOM FOR VT two ladies; location between Fourth and Sixth avenmis, Fourteenth and Korticih s'reets; rent not to exceed $S or $0 per luoulh. Address L. M., 54)a Wc-t Thirty second street. tir ANTED? UNFURNISHED, IN PRIVATE HOU. F, t? by an American tuiuily ot adults. Parlor Floor, with Bu?emniils, and two or tlii-ee Booms on third Moor: im provements; central location. Address, wi b terms und particular*, AMERICANS, box 22<.i Herald offico. 1*7 ANTED? FOB A GENTLEMAN AM) WIFE, A ?? Iront l'arlor on first or second lloor, furnished or un lurtii-'lied. Address, giving particulars, 834 Broadway, room 11. tl? ANTED? FOR TWO YOUNG LADIES BY THE MID II die of April, three Booms, or two Rooms mid use of k:'ebcn, between Twentieth and Thirtieth streetsntul Fourth and Se\eiitli avenues. Address M. P., Herald Up town Branch office. \\J ANTED ? BY A PRIV AT B FAMILY, AN UNFUK vt nlsbed three story lil-r li etoop House; 11 or 12 rooms, water, gas fixtures, Ac. ; mug; be In u irood loca tion; lietween Thirty-fourth und Sixly-fllth streets, Eighth and Third avenuea. Address, with lowest rent (would prefer to lease from owner), K. 11. DUK8* (;o.MB, fa 7 omit Jones street. YXTANTKD? BY A SMALL FAMILY OK ADUI.TS, A TT second or third floor of about tour nr live Rooms, to Ik- located between 'I bird aud Sixth avenues ami Twenty-flllli and Thirty-second streets ; rent not to ex cec I $3tt per month. Address W M. H. SECOR, 4.HJ Fourth ax enuo. VIT ANTED? FOB A VI BY SMALL FAMILY (NO t ? children) a small modern House, i.< nr ( entral Park ; musi he in good order, well luniMicil, anil have n bath room an I yard ; rent Irolu $lisi to $1A, payable at the end ot every month. Aidless J. A. M., i7 bust Sixteenth stree t. 11 0 WEST ~26TH ST.- A FIRST CLASS FAMILY .1 I ?> wishing to leave their Imhi e tor the Summer with n nolni Amerle n womsn enn find one bj calling imme diately on Mi.', llARHl.lt, dressmaker. w In the Country. | yv'avti o Tf? smat.t, cottvor nf, ar [ tt mm battling, convenient to New York. Arti!re-:i H. T. HTONK, care ofT. Alis on lirown, No. llHul Fourth ! atrret A 'tTROliOQY. \ riJ'IN'l ION -KN'IW Til V l?KHTI N Y j Ci.^Sl U' J\ thin woiiileiiully gifted Cln ir v <?> <i n I : Rivi * I tick ; cu uhpm marriage ; tells everything. 1MI Went Fnrty-llrsi it. A TK8T. ORIGINAL Y ME. RYttON, SI'IRITITAM T JV (Itili- Fourth avenue) j unerring n<lvlcc on nil mat* ] tera; consultation*. 247 Knit Tlilrty-nrst street. A KltlVAL.? OKKAT F-UROPrAN CLAIRVOYANT J\ tcil.i names. shew* likenesses, cntnes niairlnyen, give* numlxurt 1 cents ami II. iU >\c?t Twi ntyfliili HtlPOt. ATt ST.-MRS. VANS1 -K, RISINKSH AND MKW . cal Clairvoyant; spiritualist; Mil name, <luy ot liinrri*t?e ; lirlnx* lonelher those long k'pnratKl ; (fives poMttiv o iniorniAiloti on nil alfalfa ol life; no sHiUnic.tlun 110 pay. 'I/I Second avenue, corner 1 hlrty-tonrlli street MAPAMK ROSA, C1RKAT NATURAL CLAIRVOY nut, reveals your whole lite from theerndle to the | Krave. 47S CuMI atroct, near Hudson. Fee $1 MH-t Wl'.l.l INUTmN, < I . VIKVoYANT, TBLLfl everything: Inctty numlier*; lia* a positive rure | tor drunkctiuusa. I all or write. 41 hast Twenty-eighth j street. PROF. LIHTKK IH tin; ,ON LT AHTHSLOOKR IN NKW York He nil stamp lor circular. WD Hiath avenue near Twenty-lint am et The wondbkfpl ahtrolooiht will kkvkal yonr lite from the ernille to the grave. 81 Third uvt> ooo, near Twelttli street. Lucky nuiulwra. BOARDBM WAITTKD. 1EAHT FORTY-FfRST STREET, CORNER FIFTH AV eiiue.? Elegant suits of Rooms to let, with Board fof the Muuuuer. 9 WEST FORTY-THIRD STREET, ONE DOOK PROM w Filth avenue. ? On,' plea -ant. lurge Room and hull Bf groom; nun exposure; good Board; priee moderate. 0 BLOCKS FROM BROADWAY.? TO LET. TO f~J gether or separately. a Suit of elegantly furnish, d Room*, on flr*t ami second Hour*, with first class French tubie^ private it required, '.'fl Waverley place. 2D FLOOR, WITH PRIVATE TABLE; ALSO Offlcfl for phvslclnn ami tarnished Room*, without board; location Madison avenue, below Thirtieth atrcot. ?Apply for rcierencos 6SH Sixth avenue. 9 handsome FRONT ROOM*, WATRJR, (JAP, AC., to let, with Board; house nt?d location first class, within two minutes' walk of Fifth Avenue Hotel. Refer to II. K. Drew, lfifi Filth avenue, near Twenty-? econd at A ANH B WASHINGTON FLAC K, ST. JU1.1KN, OP r poslte New York Hotel, hsvimr changed proprietor*, ami being newlv earpeted and renovated, in open lorthe reception of families nud single gentlemen. Freuch table. JTTH AVENUE, M4.-SUFF.hlon APARTMENTS To ?/ rent, in suits or sim'lv, to famillea, with or without Board, opposite Brunswick Cafe, Heierenccs exchanged r.TII AVENUE, 297? A SUIT OF Roo.MS ON THIRD ? ' floor and single Room on fourth floor, with or with out Board; reU reni eg required. itfl TO $? l'ER WEEK.? SECOND STORY BACK ?5Hj Room to rent, to three geutleneai house newly furnished : Board flrat das*. IS Abingdon square. TO $11) PER WEEK, $1 W PER DAY.? PLEASANT ?Fm I Room*. with excellent Boord. for families and singly, at 170 Blcecker street, six blocks west of Broad way. 9 EAST NINTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY place and Fifth avenue.? Double Room and single Room, every convenience, $7 to $8; 'fable Board $4. -11 WEST THIRTY-NINTII STREET.? A SECOND 11 storv Room, with Board; alio one fourth story Room to let, to single gentlemen hou?e flrat class; will be let reasonably lor the Summer months ; references. MTH STREET WEST, 828.? EXCELLENT LOCATION; nicely furnished Rooms, with good Board, $18 for two: good table a specialty; grate fires; reference*. No moving in May. MTH STREET, 1S2. WE>T.? LARUE ROOMS, WITH Hoard, on second and third floors, furnished or unfurnished ; lurge closcts anil water couveu'ouces; t umlly small: terms moderate; no moving. 14 Tn STREET, V7 EAST, NEAR SECOND AVENUE.? 'I' To let, with Hoard, fine second story front Room; al o a hall Room, with hot and cold water; terms mode rate. "1 Q WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET. ?WITH BOARD, J ?/ Suit ot Rooms, second floor, together or separately; also single Rooms. No moving. 4)w) EAST THIRTY FIFTH STREET. L Si MRS. M. R. SOJIINVR. A second story Suit, with or without private table, ready tor occupancy; also Suits and s ngle Rooms, to be vacated on or before Ms v 1, to offer for the year (or until September 1 at reduced | rice*) in her three English base ment houses, mid also In the Madison avenue high stoop one. 7 EAST TWENTY FOURTH STREET, NEAR MATII I son square? A small prtvatc family would let first or second iloor, handsomely furnished, with first class Hoard. QQ TAMARTTNE PLACE f3"T WEST TWENTY ZiO ninth street).? Desirable Rooms on second floor, furnished or unfurnished, to let, with Bo'ird; heu^o first class brown stone ; neighborhood unexceptionable; ref erences. QQTII STREET, 105, BETWEEN LEXINOTON AND Fourth avenues.? Furnished Rooms to rent, with Board; newly papere . and puinted; no moving; refer ences. . QQ EAST TWENTIETH STREET.? A LAROB HALL SO Room to let to a gentleman, with or without Board. OQTH STREET. WEST, 47. -TO LET, A LAROB Zd'i front Room, for two or three gentlemen, with Board; terms moderate. Qi) WEST TWENTY SECOND STREET.? A SUIT OF ?)?> Rooms on fourth tlonr. front, to let, with Board, to agent'eman nud wife or gentlemen. QQD STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE. -RICHLY FUR ?")?> nished Second Floor, three large rooms deep, with or without private Table. Liberal concession for yearly arrangement. Address 0., Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,360 Broadway. 31? WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH ? ) and Sixth avenues.? Newlv and clo'aiitly furmslted ninny front Room*, first class table (private if required), for families or gentlemen; reftrenoe. CLINTON PLACE.? FURNI8HED ROOMS TO let, with Board, for gentlemen. ,MST STREET, 1W W EST.? PLE AS A NT ROOM ON ':trl fourth floor, stillable for iwo gentlemen; nice third lb or Room, for ladv and gentleman or two gentlemen ; handsome extension Parlor; good Board; terms mod erate ; references. A(\ SOUTH WASHINGTON SQt'ARE.-LARGE. Tr* t pleasant Rooms to let, to gentlemen or gentleman and wile, with Board, in a quiet family. No moving in May. K A WEST TWENTY-POURTH STREET. NEAR FIFTH uU avenue.? IIuivt?omelv furnished Room on accond floor, with ample cloret room, tor gentleman and wife; table home-like and excellent Terms moderate. ri WEST TWELFTH STRE ET.- BOARD AND ROOMS, ?) L for one or two small tamilles or gentlemen, may be obtained lu a small private lauiily on moderate terms. rjCl UNIVERSITY PLACE. -ONE LARGE ROOM TO 1 let, with Hoard; would suit a party of gentlemen or gentleman and wite; also tabic boarders. 2 37 1AO EAST TWELFTH STREET.? SEVERAL FLEAS* 1 U?7 ant, well furnished Rooms to let, with Hoard, to gentlemen and their wWea or families j iclcrcncc.s ex changed. ?too WEST THIRTY-SECOND STREET, NEAR .lAitJ Broadwav.? To let, with Board, two connecting Rooms; hot and cold water: suitable lorn part}' of gen tle men or families. References. 1 IT WEST THIRTY-FOURTH STREET.? TO LET, .1 1 .1 with Board, a largo front and bacii Room on sec ond floor; also, two small Rooms containing hot and cold water; southc rn cxi osure. Tin WEST THIRTY- EIGHTH STREET.? TWO FRONT J I ? Booms on the third tloor to let, with Poard, tor a gentleman and wile or two single gentlemen . immediate possession can be given: references required. "1V>1\ WEST THIRTY-FOURTH STREET, NEAR IO"' Broadway ? Handsomely Dirni^hed 'ront Room on third floor, with first c'.a s Board ; references. l<n LEXINGTON AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY, 1?)1 eighth and Twen'v-nlnth streets.? Room:, to let with Board ; references exchanged. "I ( /\ E VST THIRTY FOURTH STREET.? A HAND It'' somely furnWhcd >0001111 siorv front Room, with linil room connecting, tor a family or single gentlemen, with first class Hoard; references given and required. 1 \ Q WEST FORTY-FIFTH STREET, NEAR BROAD I'l ?' w y.? To let, with Hoard, furnished or iinlur nlshrd, a desirable See :ul Floor, suitable tor ft family; terms moderate ; prival American fiim !y; reicrcnces. 91 K WEST SEVENTEENTH STREKT. ? A PLE AS - iu I ?) ant Room for one or two gentlemen In a small private hou^o; "as, hath md water in room; 110 moving ; partial Boord given il reqnired. nO(l EAST THIRTIETH STRKET ? IN A PRIVATE Zj ?>?/ t?oilly, Board and pleasant Room tor a married couple or sinifle parsons; price reasonable. 0 A O EAST THIRTY-THTRD STREET,? HANDSOME iTO ly furnished Rooms to lot, with Hoard; all I111. provcmcnls; g.md neighborhood; very mode rule reicr ences: no moving. f}Xf* WEST THIRTY-NINTH STREET.? TO LET, ? 1?/0 hnndomcly furnished Rooms, with Foard ; house has all modern improvements; convenient to four lines 01 curs: no moving in May. 2-n WEST TIIfRTY-BIfiHTH STREET.? A 1>E ') I Kirnblo liooni to le', with Board, to a gentlomnn and \? ife or single gcntlcuicu; uo inc. .ug in May ; refer ence required. ? }/\ 7 WEST FIVTY -SECOND STREET.? HAND O" I somely furni lied Rooms to ren*, with first class, excellent Hoard, for gentlemen or families without chil dren. A 11 WEST 41D ST.? F1ANDSOMELY FURNISHED Tlx Micon I floor, front room, to let with Board : house brown stone and family private; terms reasonable to parties ot undoubted rospee.lahiiily. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE TWO ROOMS, J\. second floor, front, to rent, Willi Hoard, to one or two adults; reference required, . " West Nineteenth at, ADJOINING GRAND lloTKL.- SUPERIOR AOCOM A uiodatli us, with or without privat* hum is. to gentle men or 1 unilles; imexceptiotialde refareBOa exchanged. M West '1 hirty-flrst street A PRIVATE FAMILY IN HARLEM WILL RENT, jt\. lilt or without Board, two nicely furnished Rooms to '( nil mail and wl eorsingle gen. lemen; good location and couvetiiant; references required, Address LoCA HON, s ation I , llarlem. \ LADY LIVINU ON THE EAST HI DR. LOCATION jY fli I elnss. will rent a pleasant front Room to a laqy of refinement or to 11 gentleman and wite ; Hoard for lady only. Addrvia SOCIAL HOME, box 1J7 Herald Uptown Branch offlce. rno LET? WITH BOARD, LA ROE SECOND STORY 1 front Room, Willi large cios'Ms: also Hall Room, at Summer prices; location desirable. Address WEST SIDE, Herald Uptown Branch office. BOARS AND LODGING WANTED, AL\DY WISHES PLEASANTLY FURNISHED . Room ami Board, In a It 1 uteel, centra! location. Ad dress, stating terms, COM FOR f , H< raid oittce. I i ?W ANTED IMMEDIATELY, BY A ( NTLKMAN, J\ . wi'e and son, tlr d class Hoard lu u ccntinl locality. I Address R. , ppsTW Fost oB'.ot. AYOCNO GENTLEMAN DESIRES A FURNISHED Room, with Hoard, 111 n first eliisn American family, i below Twenty-third Street; unexceptionable rrteivnoes given. Addrets, statin ; terms, M. .\. o , Herald office. A SIN (I LB GENTLEMAN, STUDjJNT, DESIRES A ctmforuhle. chcerfnl iurni-hc<l Romn in a quiet 1 house, between Fourth and Twenty-third streets. Second 1 aiol sixth avenues; price aloiit (4, with or without Breakfast: permanent it suited. Best reference*. Ad dress, with particulars, 110.tiLdlCK. Hcruld Uptown Brunch office. A YOPWO GENTLF MAR DESIRES A COMFORTABLY J\ furnished Room ou flrst floor, west side, below Fourteenth street, with or w ltliout breakfast. Address, 1 w it h price, L< IN Est i,\t E, Herald office. A LADV SRPtiOYRD DURIRO THE DAY, OCCUFY | JY ing a large, handsomely furnished room, desires another lady to snare It wdh her; good opportunity tor a teacher or dressmaker; terim moderate ; references. I 8lfl Sixth avenue. B' OARIl WANTED IN A FIRST CLAHS HOUSE, HE tween l.ighihand Twenty-third streets and Filth and Eighth avenut * 'or a tsi.'lly ot three adult* and two children. Addivss stating t' rius, location and aonoinmo I dutions, 8. U , Matiou tf., N. Y. B BOARD AND LOD6IHG WAKTKD. Board wantbd-by a young gentleman and wile, from May 1: will furnish room excepting car peti permanent If suitel: terms $16, including Are anil gas. Address S. B., Herald vpttVI RtMh office. TJOABD WANTED-BY a rovm LADY; LOCATfO* -I J not L?luw Fourteenth street an J lietweeu Fourth and Seventh avenues: term* must be reasonable; not to exceed $M per week. Address J K. M. H., Herald Uptown. Brunch office. OARD WANTED ? IN PORDHAM, OH MOUNT VKR - lion, for two ladle* and three r?-n : situation nHrt7Ih.? ?''"n "nd healthy. Address, with particulars, INQUIRER, Oy?ter Hay. I.. I. Board wanted-*or two ladies and child, on west side, between Twelttli and Thirty tilth streets, two small or one me limn sized Room, with' heut and if is, not over $60 per month. Address D. H., box SI6 Post offiee. Board wanted-for a f\mily, TnnEn adult# and two children, in a il ?-?t e.s-.s house, located be tween Eighth and Twenty -third s'reets and Fifth and Eighth avenue*. Address. staling terms, location aud accommodations offered, S. P.. ?f atii>n 0. Front, large, newly and elegantly fur nlslied second floor Room*: Hoard and everything first cla-n ; best reference*. 1SI East Twenty -so veutS street, between Fourth and Lexington aveme?. tlve min utes' walk of Broadway and Filth Avenue Hotel. IF YOU HAVE ROOMS TO LET, WITH OR WITHOUT Board, register at C1EN UNO'S Bourders' Directory, 37 Union square. PLAIN, SUBSTANTIAL BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY wanted, for gentleman rud wife: no encumbrances; Ninth ward preferred. Address OLIVER, 47 Carmine st rpEAOHER.? BOARD.? AN AMERICAN GENTLEMAN A of education and experience, and a graduate, desires to be tutor in a private fnmilv ; the ancient languages and English branches, with Frene.h and Spanish, thor oughly taught; city or country ; Board Alone desired aa compensation. Address N. E., Herald office. Three adults desire board with separatk Room*. lYom the 16th of April: time 1 and 1)6 hours from New York; Eric road or branches preferred. Ad dress, slating terms, Ac., BIS SELL, Herald office. WANTED-A FAMILY DHSZRIKO PERMANENT Board, in a fine location on Fifth avenue; hut lew boarders; best reference* given and required. Address tor two weeks J. W. B. , station F. ?WANTED? TWO CONNECTING ROOMS AND BOARDv it in n private family, for three young gentlemen. Address, stating terror Ac., box 5, VOI Post otlloe. TIT" ANTED ? A FURNISHED ROOM, WITH BOARD. t T for gentleman and wile: stating terms, which must be moderate: west side ot city ; references exchanged. Adores* J. J., Herald office. WANTED-BY A PHYSICIAN, AN OFFICE, WITH purtiHl Board, In the vicinity of the Grand Central derot. Address M. ]>., Herald office. fXT ANTED? THEEE OR POUR ROOMS, FURNISHED v? or unfurnished, with Board, for three Indies and a young man, the latter partial tvard; terms tor nil $80 per month. Address A. A. ANDREWS, Herald Uptown Brunch office. HITEL". Hotel st. okemain, fiktii avenue, twenty second street, and Broadwav? Amoricnn and Euro pean nlan? Rooms all front, newly furnished; splendid location, for permanent and transient guests. Table d'Hote, *3 60 per day. NEW ENGLAND HOTEL. SO BOWERY, CORNER OT Bayard street; 200 light Rooms, neatly fnrntsbod, 50 cents or 60 cents per night ; $2 60 to $1 per week. For gentlemen only. Robinson house restaurant for ladies and gentlemen. Sixteenth ?treet, third door w?sl of Ulilou square; lust opened, all new : table a la carte, 6 A. M. to 9 P. M. ; d'hote. Si, Including wine, 6:30 to 7 P.M.t Rooms, en suite or sluglv, for latnilics or gentlemen. STURTEVANT HOUSE, BROADWAY, TWENTY eighth and Twentv-n'nth s'rects, New York, Ameri can plan, $4 a day.? This hotel has elevators, all modorn improvements; s tuated n the great hotel centre. LEWIS A GEO. S. LELAND, Proprietor*. COUNTRY BOARD. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN FIND A DELIGHT. Itil home with a private family in Flizaheth, N. J. ; fine ground*, garden and fb wnrs; onlv*t) minutes from Now York. Address BARLOW, Herald office. /COUNTRY BOAP.D WANTED ? KOR GENTLEMAN. \.V wife, boy. aged 4, and irirl 10, on the Hudson near the water, not above Poughkepsie; Irotn May l.r>th to October 1st: comfort more than style desired. Address for one week ?, J. I)., Herald office. /COUNTRY BOARD WANTED? FOR MAY 1.? A OEN \J tleman, suffering with *or" throat and dciring a change ol air, desires Board for himself and family (four per-on*), within one hour's distance from New York; no chill anl fever district. Address, wlih terms, M. T.t box 5,266 Post office . Grand vikw house, morrtftwn, n. j., 20 minutes' drive from depot, 1 Hour and 25 minutes by rail from New York. Desirable Rooms can be secured br applying at 45 Hlth avenue. STATE N ISLAND. -TO I.ET ffl MINUTES FROM THE first landing), splendid Room*, with excellent t'ourl; best relerence el von aud required; flue garden bv the hou?e and sea bathing. Please address L. L. L., box ?16 Herald office. niR.\ITl!<tE, A T BENDELL'3 OLD ST \ND? FURNITURE, CAR pets and Bedding oheap tor cash, or by weekly and monthly payment*. C. B. CANNON, 209 and 211 Hudson street, eornor Canal. A-8TORAGE. . STORAGE for FURNITURE, PTANOS. MIRRORS, PAINTINGS, Ac.; ALSO CARRIAGES, WAOONS, Ac., at the NEW FIRST CLaSS WAREHOUSE, builtoxnressly for the purpose, 10-' TO 114 KA-iT THIRTY-SECOND 8TREKT. NEAR FOURTH AVENUE. TRUNKS. CVS (48 ana other PACK AG US containing articles of EXTRA VALUE ran be stored with SAFETY at low ratos. Persons can forward their if 00 is from any part of EUROPE or AMERICA direct to this warehouse. THE PUBLIC Is invited to examine the sunnrlor ac commodation*, light, ventilation, safety, Ac., which this warehouse possesses over all others. JOHN H. MORRELL, Owner and Proprietor. A -NOTICE. ?THOSE DESIRING TO PURCHASE . Household Furniture a', private sale, not at auction, will find a bargain b.v culling at private residence 210 Weit 2lst?t., near 7th avenue, elegant Parlor Suit*, in satin an I tirocatel, cost $800, for SI "?0 ; do., S125: rep Suits, S30 to $30: magnificent rosewood 7irf octavo Pianoforte, cost $950, for $260; Library and Dining F11 ml turn, rosewood anil walnut Chamber Suit*. Carpi ts. Bedding Ornaments, Ac. : family leaving tho city. Call for two days. N. B.? Goods not sold before Friday, April 4, will be sold at auc tion thai day, lll)4 o'clock positively, at 210 West21gtst Cut this out. A -A A. ? 120 WE<T 2tD STREET. -A PRIVATE ? lami'iv declining housekeeping and not wishing to have a public auction, will sell all their elegant House hold Goods in to'* to Hui' cash customers. Two magnifi cent brocatel Parlor Suits, cost $600, fo r $2"0 ? one do. $128; rep Suits $?:() to $76; Bedroom Suit* $'5 upward; 600 yards Carpets less than half cost; Pianoforte, cost #900. for $276; other ortiele* too numerous fo mention. Call be fore purchasing elsewhere at private house 120 West 23d street, near 6th avenue. B, R, MARTIN. \ PARTY, GOINO TO FURNIHH A SMALL HOUSE, J.X 1 nootfts, wants to buy Furniture, Carpets. Mirrors, Ac (second hand), lor cash. Address C. E. M., Herald Uptown Branch office. Allen b. miner a brother, successors to Ilenry II. Leeds A Miner (established 1S4TI, will give fhoir personal attention, as customary lor the past 25 year* to sales of furniture at the residences of parties il< ehniog housekeeping. Will also hold re- ular weekly wiles at their spacious sa'esroonis, No. C5 Chambers stroet, runninii through to Reade street, for thu convenience of ho?e prelerrlng to remove their effects. A Magnificent t atest style parlor suit? Nearly new ; cost $4"5, for $160; one do., 75; brocatel an I rep Suits, $66, $00 and $35; Pianoforte, cost$7ro, for $175; Carpets, Curtains, Mirrors, Pointings, rosewood and walnut Chamber Suits, $35 up : Lhrarv, Dining Fur ni'ure: a sai rltlce. Residence 113 We?l Eighth street (Clinton place), near Six h avenue. All the first cla?s household pmtNiTURK of a private family for sale, at half original cost viz., Drawing Room Suits, covered silk brocade; rege wood Etfigeies, velvet, Brussels Carpets, Paintings, Bronaet. rosewood, walnut Cbanilirr Furniture; together with every article oflaxury oreomtort found In modern household. Apply evury day this week at 36 West 15th St., near 5th av. A RARE CHANCE TOR CASn? AT PRIVATE residence 124 West 2'"?tli ?t. ; Parlor Suit*, enel $400. for $150: rep Suits, e. st $95, $<5; walnut Bedroom Suits, $10 , Brussels Carpets. ?te. per yard, and WO lots cheap. Cut till* out. QARrETS, Furniture, Bed?, Beddlhtf. An. Payments taken by the w?-?? k or month. Tortnn M<r. " trvt KELLY k CO.. corner of Twenty- flrth street and Hxth nvmiue. JilORHALEAT A LOW PRlUf-OJI ACCOUNT OF 1 removal, a larpe Fri-ncl Mirror, to :eet liy 1 feet; ? m -diuni-iwo onice Kale, a rinss Case oi stuffed Blrrta, 3fi\27xlH, containing some thirty birds: a sheet iron Far lor Stove, ( nil lit 307 Went Fitly second street. j f^OOD KECON D HAND AND MtSFIT CARPETS A I t r m cclii'ty ; nil sites Ittujllah, Brunei* and lnarain, I (or sale cheap, at '12 Fulton street, corner of Dutch street; citrtMt on Patch street. Prices towor man an/ otnor aoutt n t io city. I)iilVATR PAMIRS DKSIRINO Tt) DMPOM OP their Furniture can meei with acuah purobiasarb/ nttdr^NiiiR ?. It. It., box .v)J losi oUtca. "tirKKKI-Y AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR FUR nlture, Cariet* and Bedding, at B. M. cowpkk TIUVAIT A CO.'H, 185 and 107 Chatham ?trcet. An immense stork and low prices. Am maurjorad, m. d.-offioe u? libf-kit ? street, near Owwwtw street AKIM1, PHYSICIAN AND filIROKON-OU> ? MUimstMd office 14 Amity street, war Hioadway. A CARD.? DR. AND MHH. BOTT, NO. 82 AMI1T street, Otllee botlft i> A. M to ? P. M. DR. FRANKLIN (LATH OF PRUSSIA), 1?1 BLEECKKR street, New York Dr. and mmk. orindi.k, 120 west twbntt. sixth street, near Sixth avenue. DR. AND MMK. WH1TF.1NU AND MMK DUBOIS. 4? Oreat .Tones street, m-ar Broadway. ?T\R. AND MMK. DKSPAUD. PH VSIC1ANH.? RESL IJ fence 41 Kasi Twenty-eighth street, near Fourth tir MM.F. VAN BUSK IRK. PHYSICIAN. BRSI DKNOB, (M Fast 2m h St., between .'til anil I exlnnton avs. M.V& BESTRLL, NO. 1 EAST FIKTYSKCOND street. Ajfenta. lu Uraeuwich it. and Hu. 7 s>.aU a v. IpOR PAI R? A FI'LL ENAMELLED BEDROOM SUIT, m irlile ton, new rost S7ft, price $00. Inouire in BKKKZK' ; bakery, 1M) Kigh'h avenue. IHlil)l('A li.

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