Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 6, 1873, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 6, 1873 Page 3
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TO E.KT ROW WrglMKPS PTJRPOSK8. p?r Other Stores, Iloaaes and Roomi to Let See Fifth Page. AKTORR-28X#\ FRONTING NORTn BIDE UNION square, second door from Broadway; plate kIumi ?bow wiuduws, Kc.oil eutraneo; especially adapted for irtl or luruiture : store and gas fixtures for hale. Inqu re ol WILLIAM U. JACKoON k CO., 31 East Sev enteenth street. A STORE, 28 MADISON STREET, TO LET-OLD butcher stand ; good situation for all tiuda of busi atn ; rent $33 per month. A SMALL STORE O.N FOURTH AVENUE, NEAR Twenty second street, to let. suitable lor milliner, tailor, Ac. ; a I no Parlor Floor tor business. 8. PECK A Co , 181 Fifth avenue. A? TO LET OB LEASE. FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES, . House*. 91 Crosby, 151 West Twenty -i\th, 38 East Houston, ?0 East Fourth anil 102 East Forty-first streets. T. C. BAILEY, SO East fourth street, near Bowery. AfJiUi UOUTFO ROOM. 25X60 WITH OOOD stead v Steam Power; lighted oa three side*. (iEORuE UOVEY k SON, 323 East Twenty-second lit AN Rl.EOANT FOUR STORY BOARDING HOU-E to lease ; Furniture for sale; parties are obliged to f* East Inquire of L. A. DAVIS, 29 East Twenty-seventh street. _ A81TXH AVFNUE STORE TO LEASE FOR FIVE years. Apply to or address D. H. C, LANGLEX John ston's Jewelry store, 097 sixth avenue, corner Fortieth ?treet. An office, sitting room and bedroom, handsomely furnished. Piano; separately or en ?alle-, newly fitted up; cheap to first class parties, or would sell out; ureal bargain. 737 Broadway, room 16.; A PHOTOGRAPH OALLERY TO LET-ON WIST tide of Broadway, between Twentieth and Twcnty Srst streets. In<iuire at W. H. GIBSON'S, s33 Broadway. A CHANCE FOR HOTEL KEEPERS.? STORE AND Upper Part of 123 East Forty-fourth street near the ? rand i eatral depot, containing 60 rooms; well adapted tar the hotel and restauraut business. WILLIAM !?. GAVEY, 34 Bleecker street. BROADWAY.-TO LEASE, THE ENTIRE LOFTS over store 632 Broadway Lofts iind Rooms over 034 and 638 Broadway ; Store 031, and Basements 032 and 634 Broadway. (lOKNER STORE TO LEASE? WEST SIDE, ELEGANT J plaie-glass windows, long lease, first class location for retail trail*. Address W. E. L., box 151 Herald Uptown Branch office. Factory to leash? in forty-second street, near Ninth avenue, 50x50, four stories and cellcr; rent low. Apply to WASH. YOUNGS, 815 Seventh av. Floors on bleecker street, near broad way, to let. Apply on promises to J. M. GEE, 115 Bleecker street T IQUOR AND OTHER STORES TO LET CHEAP.? XJ Two Liquor Stores in the Ninth ward; a Fancy Goods, Candv and Shoe Store in Hudson street: a Stable aad a Feed store on Ninth avenue; all in good locations. Apply at (iU3 Hudson street. OLD ESTABLISH KD CIGAR STORE TO LET? 880 Eighth avenue, between Fifty-second und Fifty-third streets. Inquire on second floor, or 119 West Twenty ninth street Rooms? furnished or unfurnished, suit able tor a dentist In good practice, in a private ?treet, near Broadway, nnd between Twenty-third und Thirty-fourth streets. Adress DENTIST, Ilcruld Uptown Branch office. STEAM POWER? WITH WELL LIGHTED ROOMS, large and small, adapted to mechanical and manu facturing purposes; possession immediately. Apply to GEORG ? WALKER, 182 Ci litre street, corner ot Hester. TORE TO LPT? 54 CHATHAM STREET, BDI.OW Leggei's Hotel. Inquire at No. 6 John street. F. J. KALDENBERG. STORE TO LET-A VERY FINE CORNER STORE ON Third avenue, for grocerv. linuor, tea or any business; it is corner ol 109th street mid Third avenue ; we have 12 S' line houses in the block and no grocery, tea or liquor store in any of them. Apply on premises, or to J. PAYTEN, 155 Henry street. I will give a lease. mO LET? 1,270 BROADWAY, STORE, RENT $30 1 month ; established tour years as barber sliop : suita ble tailor, shoe or real estate? any light business; also Store to rent, 877 Third avenue, corner Fifty-third street; rent $30 month; Store to rest on corner Thirty-fifth street and Broadway ; also four Floors for business pur poses. Apply to GEORGE McOOVIsh, 1,170 Broadway. TO LET? TWO LARGE LOFTS, 25X94, 820 BROADWAY, near Twelfth street ; will give a lease ? rent $2,250. H. M. CON HIT, 139 East .Twelfth street. TO LET-FIRST AND THIRD FLOORS OF HOUSE 176 Sixth avenue, near Twelfth street; first floor suit able for business; gas on each floor. Inquire on premises, or 212 West Twenty -eighth street TO LET-LARGE HACK AND FRONT BASEMENT, with closets and every convenience, suitable lor a business or suitable tor a doctor. 305 West Twentieth ?treet, near Eighth aven te. r) LET? HOTEt OR ROAD HOUSE. ON THE Boulevard or Gran i Drive, New York city: a promi nent corner and a fortune to a goo I tenant For term* address THOMAS M ANsON, 2!> Broadway, TO LET? TWO LOFTS, 20X35 FEET. FOR SOME light manufacturing business. Inquire at 357 West Fifty-second street. Kent Ijyw to a steady tenant TO LET? THE TWO UPPER FLOORS OF 26 WEST Broadway, tor any light merchandising business; all Improvements; rent only $siKl u year. JOHN K A V A ? NAGH, northeast corner Forty-second street ami .sixth avenue. fllO LET-FACTORY BUILDING 77 GREENE STREET. 1. building 25x100, three stories; also to let, House ami' Store 113 Spring street; also House an 1 store 192 Wooster ?treet Inquire of T. J. GIBBONS, 113 Bleecker street TO LET? A LOFT, 18X100 FEET: GOOD LIGHT; With or Without power; Immediate possession. Ap ply gii ^he prrmises, Dlwoud's marble works, 2l? Forty* second slrtsH. ? - - --*-??? ..... .. mo LET? A STORE ON WEST SIDE OF BROADWAY, I between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth street, opposite Oilsev House Apply lo W . FITZPATRICK, Florist, 1,213 Broadway. TO LEASE? THE STORE AND BASEMENT. 192 Sixtli avenue, near Fourteenth street; best business block on the avonue; the entire premises can be hud it desired. " mo LEASE? ON BROADWAY, NEAR HOWARD I street three Floors and Basement. Inquire In liquor ?tore, 43x Broadway. f%V> RENT? WITH STEAM POWER, A PLOT OF SIX JL lots of ground; would erect a building on part or all of it to suit a responsible tenant and furnish steam power. Auplv to McCLAVE BROS., Twenty -sccoud street and Eleventh avenue. ? > LOTS TO LEASE-ON THIRTIETH STREET, 173 *J feet from Sixth avenue ; tliree on Gansevoort street, near West, and one on Fiity-tirst street, near Eighth ave nue. Apply to owner, 2tti West Fifty -filth -tree*. /'Til AVENUE AND FIFTY FOURTH STREET ?THREE v) story nnildliig; store suitable for liquors. Apply to WASH YOUNGS, 816 Seventh avenue. > ~ DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. tantly HI Ml Furniflhcd. NINTH STRF.ET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE, three story hit'li stoop House, 33 feet front, tie* furnished; any lease. Also others, nil loc utions. kV'^MV L* f * i * I I.' C'l'i iV KlU'..t ........ MMoN.-on A ECCLESTON, 5) West fhirtv-tlrst street k Own till !? I'. M. A FINE BROWN stone HOUSE -THIRTY FIRST street, between K roadway ant) Fifth avenue ; two >00111 s reserved ; finely furnished; $2,40'). Also others. SIMONsON A EUCLESTOK, 80 West Thlrty-lirul street. Op<*? till 9 P. M. A THREE STORY HOUSE, ON THIRTEENTH street, near sixth avenue, to lot; very ltnn Jsome furniture ; complete tor housekeeping. C. S. PECK A Co., 1S1 Klftli nvenue. A LABOR HOUSE IN WEST SEVENTEENTH street, near Filth avenue, to let, furnished or uniur aished. OGDEN A CLARK, nioud?ay. Corner Seven teenth street. A? TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, BETWEEN SIXTH . and Seventh avenues.?' Three story hi(fh -tool), A"> teet fruit . flne order; 15r<?.ms; rent low. r SIMONSON A ECCLESToN'S, fin Wert Slst street A FURNISHED TWO STORY AND BASEMENT brick House to rent, In West Flfty-ionrth street, be tween S?venth avenue a;id Broadway; r< n; $*00 per year. Applv at 5U7 Eolith avenue. .IOIIN BRANIGAN. A ?HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNISHED HOUSES. ? Real estale otflce of S. B. UOODAliR, No 6 West Twenty-third street, Firth Avenue Hotel. A FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET? IN A ORE. AT _ _ business thoroughfare. now let to .rood tenants '. MntfliO tier month : rents tor Particulars at 1?-' Mlxth avenue, near Fourteenth street. A FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE TO LET? Furnished, on Nineteenth street, near Flttli avenue; rent moderate. H. it. DREW A Co., las Fifth avenn". A LARGE RLROANTLY FURNISHED HoOSK, near Madison square; will be rented low; Mint class lioardinK purpose*. WILLIAM TUCKER, KM Filth avenue. AT REDI CED RENTS.-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED Houses, brow* stone. tS.'i a month upwards; pur ties must rent, going to Europe. WILLIAM TUCKER. 231 Fifth avenue. A LA ROE FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE TO let? Furnished, on Thirty third street, near Filth ?veniin; rent low ui Rood tenant. H. R DRhW A CO., 155 Fifth avenue. FOUR STORY HIGH SToOP HOUSE TO LET ? Furnished, on Twenty -third street, near Ninth ave nue, $-'in per tin nth. II. R. DREW A CO., 1.1ft Fifth avenue. A FOUR STORV ENGLISH BASEMENT BROWN stone House to let? Furnished, on Thirtjr-sixtli, near Fnth avenue, $:tflt?per month. H K. DREW A CO., 1SS Fifth avenue A FINELY FURNISHED HIGH STOOP il XAO THREE story modern brown stone House to rent; fl'ft p< r Month ; pe rfeet order; every convenience. Apply at Jill East Forty -eighth street. NRWLV FURNISH ED HOUSE, CONTAINING lit rooms. < 1 a s?n*ll tnmily of adults, fur -i\ months oi longer, at a low rent to it responsible party. Apply at -?l West Thirty-seventh <troet. 4 VERY HANDSOME THREE STORY HIGH STOoP J\. brown stone House to let Kitrtilshed, on Forty ?eventh street, near Sixth avenue. 11 HODSON \ CO., 17# Firn avenne. \? WE HAVE V NUMBER OF HANDSOME THREE t story Houses to let, furnished, in good locations, at tv-xlerate rents. II. H0DS0.N A l?ft i-'lltli avenue. A A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BROWN STONE near Fifth avenue, at exceedingly low rent . twenty profitable boarders wi!i remain; willsell Furniture; part sash Numerous other Ileuses, desirably located, to (el and for snle IIARDENBKRGII A Co.. 1,'Ul Broadway. AH -A -A.-TO I.ET.-WE HAVE a FEW Moke RLE ? Kant brown ?tone Houses, in first class li>eation, con venient to Central Fnrk and Madison avenue ears, either 'urntshed or imiurnistied, ranging irom $!,?**? to $3,um. Applv (w SHERWOOD A WALDRON, I.Oftt Third avenue, between Sixt\ first and Si*lv fecund ttreeta A DWKLLISC HOUSES TO LET. Furnished. LARGE FOUR STORY HlOn STOOP HOUSE TO -- let? hurulshed. on Nineteenth street, near Fifth ave nue; al-o Houses on Fourteenth, 1'weniy-thlrd, Thirtieth, Thirty uin.ti, Forty-third street and many others. _ _ M. HODSO.N A CO., 175 Filth avenue. A FURNISHED HOUSE-WEST THIRTY-THIRD street, tor nix months or year: first clan, and all ex cept linen uud silver; will be let low to a responsible party. 11. V. MEAD. Eighth avenue^ A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED HOUSE FOR SALE? Corner house, 18 rooms; IS promptly paying board ers; rent $I,(*W per rear; all modtrn conveniences. Ap ply at lt)7 West Twellth street. A HANDSOME TI1REB STORY HIOH STOOP BROWN stone Hou r to let? Furnished, on Filly-ninth street, near Lexington avenue; >?w per month. H. R. DREW 1 CO., 1V> Fifth avenue. A THREE STORY IIIGII STOOP BROWN STONE TO let? Furnished, on Lexington avenue, near Fifty seventh street; $200 per month II. It. ? DREW A CO., 155 Fifth avenue. A FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE TO LET? Furnished, on Twcnty-tlrat street, near Seventh avenue ; per month. U. It. DREW A CO., 155 Filth avenue. A KM It STORY llion STOOP BROWN STONE ? Furnished in most elegant manner with stiver, bronzes, linen, books: will rent low to good partv; very tine location. GEORGE C. SOItEN, 1/3 Fifth avenue. A NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE. ON TniRTY fourth street, Sl.tiM); on Forty -fifth street, near Broadway, one elegantly furnished in Madison avenue, near lortteth street Apply to E. A. DAtLEY, Mh Mxth avenve. A FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE TO let? Furnished, on Thirty-sixth street, near Park Avenue ; $2U) per mouth. H. K. DREW A CO., 155 Fifth avenne._ AN ELEGANT 22-FOOT WIDE BASEMENT HOUSE on Filth avenue, near Kitty-seventh street, to rent, furnished, at $400 pur mouth, or unfurnished at per anuuin. Apply to E. II. LUDLOW A CO., No. S Pine street, or 36 East Seventeenth street. A DESIRABLE FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN stone House to let. furnished, on Forty-second street, between t-ixtli avenue ami Broadway; rent $4UU0 a year. II. R. DREW A CO., 155 Fifth avenue. HANDSOME POUR STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN stone to let, furnished, on Thirt.v-filth street, near ?Madison aveuue; rent very moderate to a desirable tenant. H. R DREW A CO.. 155 Fifth avenue. A A FOUR STORY HIOH STOOP BROWN STONE HOUSE to let? Furnished, on Thirtv-seventh street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues; rent ?ttt> per month. H. R. DREW A CO., 155 Huh avenue. TO LET? THE FURNISHED HOUSE 80 WEST Thlrtv-flttli street, rent 1 175 per inuuth ; possession immediately. Apply on the premises. TO LET? RUS IN URBE? A HOUSE WITH TWELVE rooms, mostly furnished, charmingly situated on the East River, at the toot ot Eighty-third street, combining the advantages of city and country; Steamboat lands loot of Eighty-fourth street; rent moderate. Apply on the premises, or of V. K. STEVENSON, Jr., 11 Finest O LET? 8EVERAL NICELY FURNISHED THREE and four sturv brown stone Houses, between Forty T second and Forty eighth streets. Broadway and Filth avenue, at moderate prices. W M. ELLIo'H'A CO., 1,491 Broadway, near Forty-fifth street. rpO LET-A CoMPLBTC FURNISHED HOUSE, PER 1 feet order, t<>?' West Twenty-first street, between Sixth Mild Seventh avenues, two blocks from the elevated railroad. ltentt<,N>t Apply on premises from 9 A.M. to <i 1*. M. 7r ORCHARD STREET (ONE DOOR FROM GRAND O street) Tq let furnished or unfurnished, in first class order and ail uiii roxeiuenut; all or part of .rent taken In Hoard. I WEST FORTY FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN J <?U Broadway aud sinh avenue.? Four story Eng lish basement llou-e, fully famished} the owner will re serve one floor aud Uitrd If durable. To be seen from 1 to 4. A | ffA PER MONTH. - AN ELEGANT FURNISHED ?]P'X?)U House on Vunsv llill, a tew doors from Filth a\enue, coniplrtr.v ItimUbed In every rcspcct; posses sioii at once. (1. M. CONDET, 139 East Twelfth St. I nfuinlslied. HEADQUARTERS FOR DWELLINGS TO LET ? <<ih st., near 3d av.,3s. Ii. s. brown atone. ....$1, WO II tli St., ii. ar Mil av., 3 ?. h. a. brick 1,800 Atili st.. near Broad ? av. .'I s. Ii. s.. 25\60 -.'MO '12(1 st., m ar t'.h av., 't s. h. a brick . 2, IK) , I.exi!it,loii u\ . near .Toili st. 4 s., basement 2,1.1)0 4?>th st. . near lln>ad>? a) . 3 s. h. s. h. s S.300 U."'-l st. near 9ifi av'., 1 ? . 'i ??. large. 2,350 38th st , ne?r Broadway, J s. h. Drown sWue 2. ti?l 45ih st., near fith a* . 4 r h. a brow n stone 2,500 24tli st., near Mh av., 4 s. h. s. brown stone 39tb st., near .Mh av., 4 s. Ii. s. brown stone 8,200 Mth st., near ftth av., 4 s. Ii. s. brown stone 3,500 35th St., m ar 5th av., 4 s. h. s. brown stone S.tiOO 22 1 .?t . near Broadway, 4 a. h. ? 4,010 23d st.., near 5th av., 4 ?. !>. a., 28x7tix!0U 6.00U S. B. GOOD ALE, No. 5 West Twenty-third street, Filth \vcnuc Hotel. A THREE STORY BROWN STONE FRONT, 380 EAST A Fifty filth street, 15 rooms, $1,250; East Thirty ninth street. $1,300; several others. THOMAS J. DUN KIN A CO., 554 Third avenue. A FOUR STORY BROWN STONE, WITH MIRRORS, J\ gas fixtures, Ac., >1,400, Ifi Beukman place; also ,i.<2 East Fiftieth street, four story brown stone, $1,600. THOMAS J. DUN' KIN A CO., 884 Third avenue. AT WASHINGTON HEIGHTS.? TO LET, ON BOULE vard, corner of l.'Oth street, a small House, with two Lots, enclosed; rent $7U). Apply to W. KELI., 14'iUi street and Tenth aveuue. or by letter to 96 Hlieeker st AT $8,800?' TWO HANDSOME FOUR 8TORT HIGH J\ stoop large hardwyod finish Houses, Forty -sixth street near Fifth Avenue. WILLIAM TUCKER. MO Fifth AVIUM, A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE, WITH basement and under-cellar, every modern Improve nient, at 237 Thirty-fifth street: 10 rooms ; In perfect order. A. TURNBULL, ml West Forty-first street A \N UNFURNISHED HOUSE TO LET-IN WEST j\ Twenty-second street, n> ar Fifth avenue; four story brown stone hiirli ?t <m>|> ; extra width ami very desirable. OiJDKN A CLARK, Broadway, corner of Seventeenth at. A NOTICE TO PARTIES WANTING HOUSES.? 1 have my printed L'st ready, (riving full particulars of about IWi Houses, at moderate rents. MORRIS B. HAEK, 72 West Thirty fourth gtnet. ?TO LET. ON CORNER OK FOURTH AVENUE j and Hlty ninth street, n tour story Nova Scotia stone House and Store ; first class place tor a ?! riitru i -t. Apply to ?HEItWooD A WALDRON, 1, 0X2 Third avenue, between sixty -tlrsi and Mxtv second streets. A FULL FRONT THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE? J V in good onler, In Fortieth street, near Park ave nue ; rent SLWOpcr annum. P. II. GRADY, 827 Sixth avenue. \FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE, <>N Forty -first street, near Sixth avenue, to l"t; over -It rooms; to he put in ?ood order and ready by the '.'Oth inst. c. 8. PECK .t CO., Isl fifth avenue. VPOUR STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE House to let, unfurnished. on Lexington avenue, near Kitty eighth street; S-. a year. H. R. DREW A CO., 155 Filth avenue. \? TO LET, UNFURNISHED, t>N TWENTY-SECOND ? street, near l lfih avenue, three story It i|(Ia stoop House; rent, $2,200. H. R. DREW X CO., IV. Fifth avenue. A ?TO LET, UNFURNISHED. ON FORTY-SIXTH JV. street, near Lexington avenue, three story liijli stoop brow n stone ; rent, $1,700. II. R. PKKW X Co. A I. A ROE FOf'lt STORY HIGH STOOP BROWS A sfono to rent, unfurnished, on Twenty sccotid street, near Filth avenue; immediate possession. H. K. DREW A CO., 155 Fifth avenue. ATHRBE STORY RIOH STOOP BRICK, BIOH teenth street, Eighth and Ninth avenues; has all the conveniences and in (food order; rent $1,7'*(; three story and basement, rhtrty-thlrd street, I Ighth and Ninth avenues; has all conveniences; $1,4'I0; thc?e houses are ill (food neighborhood. II. V. MKAD, 422 Eighth avenue. VT $1,250, $1,400, $1,30 1. $1 ?00, $1,100, $2,000 A YEAR? 1 nfurnlshed handsome lli uses, suitable f??r private familie-, in choice localities, rents having been reduced. Wtl.LlAM TUCKER, 220 Filth avenue. t FOUR STORY li It; (I STOOP BROWN STONE House to let? Unfurnished. Forty tilth street, be tween Fifth and Madison avenues. U IIOllSON A CO.. 175 Filth avenno. \" VERY FINK FOUR STORY BROWN STONE House to let? Unturnished, tn Thirtieth street, near MadisnU avenue, $?',4M). II. IIODSON X Cf)., 175 Fifth avenue. \ THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BRoWN STONE ? to let? Unfurnished, on Thirty-etghtli street, near Seventh avenue, $2, ton a year. II. ft. DREW X CO., 155 Kttth avenue. T $3,000.? HANDSOME FOUR STORY BROWN __ stone hlxli stoop House, Forty-ninth street, near I Fltlli avenue, unlnrnished. WILLIAM TUCKER. 220 Fifth avenue. \ THREE STORY HIGH riTOOP BRICK IIOUSK, Wi'it Thirty seventh street, $1,300; Wet Fort v see | oml street, three story high stoop brown stone, $1,400 Morris It. BAER, 72 West Thirty fourth street. I 1 ? TO r ST, A TIIRKE STORY llllin STOOP BASK I J\ ? ment and cellar House, 235 West Fortieth street, with raoilern improvements; rent moderate. Inquire ot JOHN Ml 1,1,1 NS, builder, next door \T $2,200 AN|I $2,500 I' I K' ?ANT FO I K is TORY st?ne House* Fllty-nlnth street, near Madl'on ave nue. These houses are nrst class in every respect, hard wood finish, Ac. Wvf. TUCKER, 220 Filth avenue. \? FOUR SToltY BRICK HOUSE To LET? ON ? Union square, near Seventeenth street, 2,"ix70xH*); perfect order; adapted to rentinit rooms or other blisl ' ness purposes. oODKN A CLARK, Broadway, corner of | Seventeenth street ! A ?TO LKT, THREE STO KY HIGH STOOP BltOWS VA . stone House 310 West Thirty third street; narlors ! beautiful u frescoed; all modern Improvement*: first el.t?- neiclihorhoiHl. For penult apply to owner, .lAMhS i MooHK, ZSU Tenth avenue, near Twenty sixth street. ? I.AROF. tllilll STOOP HOUSE OF 2H ROOMS TO . i\ let? I n furnished. Inquire on premises, 20 West , Thirty-second street. No objection to a first class private j boarding house. LARGE DoUltLE 4'l feet FRONT BROWN STONE House, with stable and 4 cltv lots, corner ot 1.14th I street and EigLtl) avenue; rent $1,500. s. I > A I , I ; . No. West rwctity-thinl street, Fifth avenue Hotel. V PERFECT LITTLE II 10 II STOOP BROWN' STONE on Fifty-seventh iK?ifeet wldei street; ha- every I iiiiprovcment! is painted and (Veseoed throughout and in ; complete .inlcr; will be leased, in* In liny parlor Mirror?, i for one or mors years to reasonable i figures. Permits only irom V4< HE .V BROWN, 071 fiiird j avenue. V THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK. 25Xift ON parlor floor; lot 20x100; 103 l<exlt>ptou avenue, all f no prove mcnts md perfect order. I'ertuiis only irom VACHF X BROWN, 071 Third s venue. I t LARGE VI MBKi: OF PRIVATE Ho I ,?'?;? TO iV rent? OB West r*U t y-flft li street ami otlior desirable locations, fall and obtain permits. F. ZITTKL, 1, 0M Third avenue. A FINE FOUR STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT brick? 117 East Thirty llrst street ; all Improvement* and In nice order; will he painted throughout, ifdeslreil; vsrd ll.xfsi; also nisnv other whole and parts of private i?weiiiiin?, from $?W to flflOnper annum. VACUt A MKOWN. Wl Third avenue. i A DWKLUMG HOl'SKS TO I-KT.^ Vnlurnlthed. A FOUR STORY BROWN STONE nOUSE TO LET or lease for a term of years, 7 1 West Fifty first Street Applyjk) HENRY McUUCKlN. 93H Sixth avenue. A THREE STORY HIGH STOop HOUSE TO I.ET? Uniurnlshed, on Twentieth street near tlxiJi u ve nue ; 2tix7UxlUU, rent $2,010 per anuuin H. ?. DRbW A CO, US Wfth avenoe. A HANDSOME FOl'R STOKY HIMWN STIINK HOUSE in Forty -sixth street, between Filth and Sixth ave nues, to let low to a good tenant. - K^U^OKADY, 827 Sixth avenue. A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE House to let? Unfurnished, on Forty eighth street, near Eighth avenue :$l,6w) per annuui. H. It DRi-.w ,t (DO., 155 Fifth avenue. Brown btone houses-fast thirty fourth street and WcstFortv ninth street; reasonable rents; convenient localities; $i,:ioo and t2."0u. HULL, '.'40 Broadway. HOUSES TO LET.-105 GREENWICH AVENUE, RENT $1,200; 147 Waverley place, $1,200; 23.') Sullivan, $y.'>0; Upper l'srt 112 West Fourteenth street, $1,600. Inquire ol T. J. GIBBONS, 113 Bleeeker street. Houses and apartments to li t ? house S2S Hleeeker street ; iBl improvements. Cottage, Ninth avenue. 7 rooms. SAM: two nice Second Floors, Ninth ward ( American people). Apply at 6U3 Hudson street. Rare opportunity? rbkv UM housr or Store, two doors from Broadway, Immediato possession; location unsurpassed ; fortune to be made with small capital. OWNER, 141 West Fortieth street. TO LET-DWEI.LTNG l'ART OF BOOM 64 AMITY street, corner ol South Filth avenue, 26 rooms; all modern improvements, suitable for u hoarding house. J. C. RAILEY, 60 East Fourth street, near Bowery. TO LET? 11S WF.Sl? THIRTY FIRST STREET, BE tween Sixth and Seventh avenues, three storv brown stone House, with mirrors, gus fixtures, carpets, 4c. Apply at ? East Twenty second street. To LET-SMALL HOUSE, IM EAST TWENTY-EIGHTH street, ten rooms; now being put In complete order (torn cellar to attic ; seen anv time Monday. CONIIIT, 1 :;9 East Twelfth street TO LET-BROWN 8TONE DWELLING HOUSE 13.1 West Forty-ninth street ; three story French roof and high Stoop. Inquire ol E. GRIFFITH, next door. TO LET-A POUR STORY FRENCH BASEMENT House. 232 West Fortv llrst street; contains 14 rooms, in Rood order, with all modern Improvement* ; rent low. Inquire ol John Ml I.I, INS, Builder, West Fortieth st. TO LET-TWO HOUSES, ON SIXTH AVKNl'E; GOOD location; one a comer liquor store lor the last 14 years; also Half a private House Inquire of JAMES NAUGHTON, 21m East Thirteenth street. TO LET? TWO THREE STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSES, harementa, with sub-cellars, 107 and 111 Monroe street, in good order. For particulars apply to II. DAVIS, 00 New Bowery TO LET. 247 West 43d st, 3 fl,500 235 West 43d st., 3 story, rent 1,200 429 West 43d st, 3 story, rent 1,200 200 West 42d st. , 4 story, rent 1,600 119 West 41st st.. Upper 1'art, rent U50 Also Cottages ou Harlem Railroad, 19 minutes Irom Forty-second street depot with all modern imple ments, ut very reasonable rents. We have also oil liund a great variety of Parts of Houses, Floors and Stores in aU parts of the city . D. THOMPSON A SON, 1,454 Broadway, under SL Cloud Hotel. TO LET? UN FURNISHED ? lMli street. 24 rooms, $2,000, near Irviujx place. 21th street, 20 rooms, $:i,flOO, near 4th avenue. 2?'itli street, 14 rooms. $'-' 200, near 4th avenue, ?6tli street, IS rooms. $2.40O, near 4th avenue. 220 street 12 rooms, $2,000, near 4th avenue. .'lid street, 17 rooms, $:i.iH>o, tieur Madison avenue. 24tli street, 12 rooms, $2.WiO, near 4tli avenue. 22<l street, 20 rooini, $4.0110, ?ear 4th avenue. Lexington avenue, two Houses, at $2,200 and $2,400. HOLMES BROTHERS, 4t> and 4S Kast Twenty tliir.l st To LET? TO B FOUB 8TORT HIGH BTOOP llousK, .'12 West Fifteenth street., with Extension anil Wing, eontains 2* rooms, well adapted tor Hoarders. For per in i* ~ t.. If r. HE It l< I IN, I "2 South Kit ill avenue. TO I.F.T-A TWO STORY AN!) BASEMENT HIGH stoop brick House, til East 120lh street, near steam boat landing. Apply to Mrs B. O. UllllJ, 33.1 West Twentieth street, or to M. E. CltASTO, 2,106 Third uvenue, between 1IM.1i and 116th streets. TO LET? HOUSE flt'H ABLE FOB ONE OR TWO tainiliei; oineteen rooms ; $700 per year; 165 East 114th street, Harlem. inquire of .loll N ijlINN, 334 Third avenue, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty iiftb streets. TO LET? \ M M Hi: H OF THREE AND FOUR STORV brown stone Uou?cs, unfurnished, In very desirable locations ap town. w.M. ELLfOT'i k CO., 1,491 Broadway, near Forty-flfth street TO LET? THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN stone House, with nil Improvements; In good order; 325 West Forty eighth rtr.-' t ; rent $1,600; to be seen from II A. M. to 2 Is. M. rpo LET-THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK I House 22 Wnrrcn plaee (Charles street) ; modern Im provements. Apply to DAVID C. K VII AM, 127 Mercer st. TO LET? FRONT AND REAR TENEMENT HOUSES 12? VI ott street with store in front; house occupied tor 20 years as a grocery; rent $1,100 pur year. Inquire of T. Jf. GIBBONS. 113 Bleecker street TO BBNT? UNFURNISHED OR FURNISHED, A VERY desirable full si/.ed high stoop, tour stories high, on Fourteenth street, near Seventli avenue; eontains 16 rooms, all modern improvements and conveniences, and is in perfect order. The owner, who is going abroad, is desirous of securing a good tenant Apply tor permit to i K. II. LUDLOW k CO., No. 3 l'ine street or M East Sev enteenth street. rpo RENT? UNFURNISHED, TOREK STORY HIGH 1 stoop House. &r>\S<>x loo, in Twenty-fourth street be tween Fourth and Lexington avenues. HIKER, HESSE A CO., No. 6 Tine street Three story high stoop houses to let? un furnUbed, in good locations, at moderate rents. 11. HODSON A CO., 175 Filth avenne. QQTH STREET west. NO. 40. -TO LET, WITH Jj't hoard, nicely furnished floors, suits or single rooms, with every convenience; bath and closet on every floor ; house, table and neighborhood Ur?t class ; access able to hotels and cars. OAH ?TO LET. ON FOURTEENTH STREET, between First and Second avenues, ele i gant four story brown stone House; all modern Improve ments. Apply to WILLIAM KENNE1.LY, No. 4 Finest. Fl'BiV'ISIIEU ROOMH A \ I) AI'A KT.11 ESTS TO LKT. A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO LET? J\ And one unfurnished, without board. In p'iwite liimilv; terms moderate. A|iply 107 West Tweiity-tnlrd st. | A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FROJiT ROOM, i /V with privilege <>t bath room, on second floor, in the : brown stone p rival e ho it si- o.i3 Second avenue, near iilli | eth street, to one or two gentlemen. A BEAUTIFUL SECOND FLOOR TO LET. FUR ; ,'\ nlsbed or uufnrniahed. or for a genteel business, In a : nice locality, from May I. 47 Ea:-t lHtli st. A LARGE, BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED ROOM, suitable for two. to leu without board, in brown I stone house, with private family; also two upper Rooms, unfurnished. 30 West Twenty-seventh (treat. A SUIT OF ROOMS TO LET? CONSISTING OF four, bathroom and kitchen, to a party of gentle men or a small family; furnished or unfurulsbcd ; reler enees. I, I6i Broadway. _____ A LARGE FRONT ROOM ? NICELY FURNISHED, Jy to let to one or two gentlemen, with ?as and prlvi i lege of bath ; reasonable to permanent parlies; po.-se*. 1 ?lon limned lately. 203 West sixteenth street one door j from Seventh avenue. \ COUPLE OF NICE ROOMS IN A HOUSE WITH a private family owning their own bouse: refer I' ences exchanged. Inquire ?t "14 West Fifty-second street one door west of Eighth avenue. A ?AT 1.021 THIRD AVENUE. HETWEEN SIXTIETH j\ . and Sixtvllrst streets, third floor.? A neatly fur ! ui sited hall Bedroom to let, to gentlemen, without board ; ] all improvements. ; A NEATLY FURNISHED RECEPTION ROOM J\ Floor to let. for $7 ?H) per week, with orivllc-je of ' light housekeeping; bouse has nil improvements. In I i|Uire at 411 West Thirty third street. 4 ?TO LET? A SUIT OF ROOMS, HANDSOMELY i J\ . tlirnislied. in it private house, to gentlemen only, at 17 East Twelfth street A DESIRABLE SUIT OF LARGE, ELEGANTLY I A furnished. Parlor *Dd Bedroom; also single Room, j 17 West Twenty-fourth street, near M:nlu?>n square; ' terms moderate ; unexceptionable retereaces given and | required. a* HANDSOME THIRD FLOOR-TO GENTLEMEN ' /V or ?mall family, In private house, with all conve niences and first c'ass neighborhood, immediate posses sion. 130 Second avenue Beautiful rooms, without board, near Delmouieo's, Fifth avenue; terms reasonable. OENI NO A CO., Boarders' Directory, :17 l aion square. IJLEGANT APARTMENTS FOR G EN'TLEMEN EX j cluslvely; house has been refitted arid furnished entirely new: floors through, with private bath, or suits; breakfast it desired ; be,t reference*. 17 West Twenty j sixth street, opposite S|, .turner I l|iURNISRED ROOMS? 2".tt EAST THIRTIETH STREET. ' LM RNISMKD Roo.VIm fd' ' "LET? SI i ITAHLE FOR r housekeeping ; only $fi per week. 41V Thirtieth street, Near Ninth avenue. Tjll'RNlSHRD ROOMS? WITHOUT BOARD, AT 13 T West Teiify-slxth street, opposite sit. James Hotel, Including n front parlor and bedroom on second floor; unexceptionable reference required and given. Harlem. -a private family would rent one or more furnished Rooms fo gentlemen; brown stone house. Address I.IOth street, near Fifth avenue, sta tion L. Handsomely furnished j-ahmVr vni? hed room, adjoining, on first floor, tn let, without iKisrd, from May I, suitable for a physician; also ?tlu r Rooms, lor single gentlemen, at I4U West Sixteenth street. Ref erences given and required. I ARGE AND BEAUTIFUL FRONT ROOM, FURNISH. \j ed spleiidldlv. for gentlemen ; liobonrdetS; first, ela.-js house and location ; superior accommodations; all con veniences. 21 WeM Ninth street between Filth and Sixth avenues. JXRWLY AND HANDSOMELY Ft RMSHED ROOMsJ for.gentlemen only, in a small private tnmily, at 313 sixth avenues reference required. rpo LET FURNISHED? A LARGE ROOM; P11ICR I moderate ; to gentleuiiiu only ; no moving in Mav IIS I ast Seventeenth street. | rpo LET? TO A PARTY oF GENTLE MEN, WITHOUT JL hourd, a flue Suite of fbrntshed Rooms on the second I fl.ior. Apply at 34 VV est Twelfth street. rpo LET? FURNISHED- OR UN FURNISH ED,' SECOND L Floor, consisting of four rooms, closets, hot and cold water, privilege of laundry, at 204 East Fifteenth street second door from Third avenue. IX) RENT? A NICE FURNISHED ROOM ro CI NTLK* man. without board, at a reasonable price, at 157 West TwenU lblrd street. Retereace^ KLRNISIIKD ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LKT. TO RENT? NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AND BED room, bathroom and water closet, on Mtcond floor. 171 Wuvcrlcy place, near Charles street. Call all the week. O PLEASANT BOOMS? COMFORTABLY FCBNISHED, to let to n gentleman, without board. No uioviiig In May. 34 Wert Tenth street 5TH AVENUE, 2Jt? VERY DESIRABLE BOOMS FOB a plivhlcian, furnished or unfurnished. IB WEST TWENTY SIXTH STREET, OPPOSITE ST. il .Faint's Hotel and two doors troin Broadway. A handsomely furnished Parlor Floor, alio two largo Rooms on second and tlnrd floor*, to let. Reference*. KEA8T SEVENTEENTH STREET.? FURNISHED Rooms to let, three door* front Broadway, to gen tlemen only. 1Q WEST THIRTIETH STREET, OPPOSITE OILSEY 1?" llonsc (entrance verv desirable).? Suit of Room*, turnished; also single Room*, for single gentlemen, with out board; cjulet house; strictly private family ; refer

ences. i)(\ KaST TWENTY SECOND STREET.? Fl'RNISHED nO Rooms to let tor gentlemen ; tw o large Room* on ' third story ami hall Room on second. ?)P WEST TWENTY SEVENTH STREET. -HALL Ot I Bedroom to let, to single gentlemen ; references exchanged. QQ EAST TWENTY SIXTH STREET, NEAR M Wil li* ' aon avenue.? One largo Room, on Urst floor, suit able for one or two gcutlcuion or a physician. References. 1 O WEST TENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND 'rO Sixth avenues.? A desirable i'arlor Floor to let, with private bathroom, furnished or unfurnished, to a party of gentlemen or gentleman and wife ; also two sin gle Rooms; possession immediately. 09O WEST FORTY-SECOND STREET? FUR ? ? ? ?? nished Rooms tor single gentlemen. Apply on third floor. 090 WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.? TWO ? ?-jO pleasant Rooms to let, either furnished or unlur nished. 1 11U BROADWAY- FIRST FLOOR OVER STORE: 1 ..It"'/ in perfect order; all conveniences; furnished or unfurnished; immediate possession, lutiulre on prem ise*. lINFVRMSHEl) ROOMS AND APART. MKNTM TO MOT. A PARLOR FLOOR AND BASEMENT, SIX ROOMS, f\ in throe story house, to let, 12 BethunH street, near Hudson; $38; also Third Story, 6 rooms, $?<; good neigh borhood. A? FLOORS ON SIXTH AVENUE, ALSO ON TWKN . ty -third street, to lot ; a Lower Part of House on Fourteenth street, near Second avenue. ? 0. S. PECK & CO., 181 Fifth avenue. Adjoining central park and grand BOULE vard- Elegant Flats, with every accommodation, strictly tirsi 1 in*-., m and 1) rooms, from to $100 |ier month. Those art- the most eonimodious apartments on the west side. Apply at 8!)7 Eighth avenue. JOHN BBANIOAN. A SECOND FLOOB, FIVE BOOMS, WITH OB WITH out Basement Floor; nil improvements; family small ; no children in the house. Apply to owner, 141 East Thirtieth street. A LARGE AND SPLENDID FIRST FLOOR, WITH JY all modern Improvement!, i?t f>2!i Sixth avenue, to a respectable family, or would be let for genteel business purposes. Inquire in the lam y store. A LOWER PART OK A HOUSE TO A SMALL FAM x\ il.v, in Twenty-sixth street, between Fourth and Lexington avenues. Apply to SCHARLES BROS., 1,140 Broadway, corner Twenty-sixth street A SECOND FLAT OF 7 CHEERFUL ROOMS-AND J\ laundry, elevator; handsome private cntnincc ; lo cality unexceptionable: references: rent. $80 to $85; shown from 11 to 5. 79 west Forty-seventh street. * FLOOR OF SIX NIl'E ROOMS IN A PRIVATE A house in fhirty-nintli street, between Seventh anil Eighth avenues; water and gas; #45 per inoiilh. Apply to II. V. MEAD. 422 Eighth avenue. \FLAT OR FLOOR? SEVEN ROOMS OAS, BATII, range and stationary tubs, wanted, Mav I or before, between Thirty-second and Forty-Hull streets. Sixth and Ninth avenues, by a tlr-t rate tenant. Address, with price and particulars (no others noticed), B., 251 West Thirty-eighth street , ? , A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET THE HE CO YD ,'V Floor and front Basement ot' their house, untar nished, to a respectable party, with one or two upper Rooms If desired ; house is newly repuired and furnished. Inquire atSUS West Twenty-third street. A HAND80ME SIXTH AVENUE FLOOR TO LET? 1\ Corner house, overlooking Reservoir Park. Apply at JOHNSTON'S jewelry store, 697 Sixth avenue, corner Fortieth street. AN ri'PKR PART of A BROWN 8TONE HOUSE TO let. to a small family ; 187 Fast Seventy -first street; rent $<>5ll; eight rooms; nil eouvenienees. Inquire at 1,024 Third avenue, shirt store. Apartments at m Greenwich avenue.? two Parlors, three Bedrooms. Kitchen and water closet, all on one floor ; (.'as fixtures ; separate meter ; Immediate possession. I n tj litre at 18 Perry street. A HRST FLOOR IN II lull STOOP HOUSE 130 EAST 1\ Twelfth street of lour lari/e rooms ; also Floors of lour, six and eight in-. eaoh. w itli w ater elote t, fix tures, bulls and stairs oil clothed, all tu good order, on Third avenue. \npIyto MATTHEW BYRNES, 112 East Thirty-third street. A THIRD FLOOR OF six ROOMS? TO \ SMALL . responsible family; relit $26; possession .April 15. 22 i Bast fortieth street IP A ST S I DE, CP TOWN.? TO LET OR LEASE, A i frame House, consisting of si-ven apartments; a No stable room tor two horses, wukoii room and hay loll, situated on two lols; rent low to h (food tenant. Please call on the premises. In Seventy -tilth street, inn feet east ot av. A, or address EAST SIDE, box 177 Herald office. Qrunron floor -to let, consisting of ax vi rooms, with bath, water closet, gas chandeliers, sep arate meter; owner occupies premises. 6S Monroe street SUITS OF THREE AND FOUR ROOMS CHEAP? 426 and 42s West Fortieth street; water in all apart ments; parties movlnu in uow pa) rent troui 1st of May. Housekeeper on premises. SUITS OF f II It E F. RnoMS cheap-new iiousks Twenty -seventh street, Seventh and Eighth avenues; water in .ipurtments; parties moving in now pay rent from 1st ot May. Housekeeper on pre ml vs. rpo lei-one it. 7 rooms, v.tth all im 1 provements. iu the new brown stone Building, ill West Thirty-ninth st, between Seventh and Eighth avs. To LET? FBIVATE lloFSK S3> EAST FOURTEENTH ?treet, Second Floor, consisting of three rooms; m pa I rate meter and every convenience. Rent $45per month j mo LET? THE Fill It STORV BROWN STONE HOUSE. 1 200 West F<irt\ second street, near Broadway, first 1 floor reserved, 12 rooms and basement floor; newly I pointed end papered , rent $1,5110; immediate po?ses-ioti, J til |1 1 1 r r- . >11 the premises, or of E. D. iiAWKEKK, 1,W Broadway. To LET .SECOND AND PART OF THIRD FLOOR 320 West Thirty first street consisting of live rooms and bathroom ; i til a year. Apply on promise*. TO LET? FLOORS ON SIXTH AVENUE, SUITABLE either lor d wcllim? or business purpo.-es; good lo cality. HOFFMAN, 4!OBl RN A Co., ?a Sixth avenue. TO LET-FURNISHED, ONE IIAI.F OF A VERY NEAT House: all improve enfs; occupied by the owner's family, of three ; elegant order : in i.'?.t?l street, near Madi son avenue. Apply Ui Mr. BROWN, .11 Third avenue. Rent low. IX) LET? THE SECOND STORY OF A NEAT C( IT tairc. to a small family. Apply at 4-1 West Twenty sevontn street. rpo LET? A FIRST ('LASS. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED J Second Floor, convenient to all uptown hotels mid especially desirable tor two or tlirse single gentlemen. HOLMES BROTHERS, 4fi and 48 East Twenty-third st. rpo LET-A PLEASANT FLOOR, CONSISTING OF I four Rooms, with gas and water; rent low to a good tenant Apply at 422 West Forty seventh street TO LET-PART OF NEAT TWO STORY HOUSE, .120 East Fitty-seveuth street, to a family of adults; water and gas. TO LET-THE SECOND FLOOR OF MOUSE SOS EAST Twenty-first street, consisting of Iront and hack room nnd bedroom i privilege of bathroom, with hot and cold wateri to ii small family. TO LET-A FRENCH FLAT, SIX ROOMS, PARLOR, dining rnoia. kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom ana elowt; rent $1,000; seen trom 12 M. to 2 P M. Apply ut71 Irving place. T'O LET? FOR PRIVATE DWELLING OR LIGHT business, at V89 Canal street, a Second Floor; also a large hark Room on first floor. Apply to I'll. DIEFFEN BACH -PRUCII-'EsS, 167 West Twenty-third street TO LET -UNFURNISHED, LOWER FART OF HOUSE 141 East Twcnty-seveutli street, to a small family of adults. Apply on premises. rpo LET? FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT, 239 EAST I Thirty fourth street, five rooms; seen any time; will be put ui complete order by April 15; rent $56. Private bouse. rpo LET? SECOND floor. FRENCH FLAT, SEVEN 1 rooms, all connecting; gas, water closets and large yard; 2lfi East Forty fit Hi street, near Third avenue; very desirable. CONDIT, I3'.t East Twelfth street. rpo LET? TO A FAMILY OF ADULTS, SECOND I Floor, live rooms, just painted ; $45; no moving in May ; no children iu the house. 820 Sixth avenue. TO LET? THIRD FLOOR OF A FIRST CLASS PRI. vatc house, with the owner, at 236 East Twenty-sev enth streeL __ TO LET-IN THK BROWN STONE HOUSE 235 EAST Fortv-rlgbtti street, between Second and Third ave ?ue?, front part of the Seannd and the whole of the Third Floor, six r.siins, also bathroom, hot and cold water, gas on every floor, to a family without ebildien, bv owner; occupied. Apply as above, or at IKS Grand street, corner Mulberry, for three days. TO LET- A NEAT THIRD FLOOR. IN PRIVATE hou?c, SIS East Thirty-third street, to adults only; all conveniences; rcut moderate; rooms vacant lor im mediate possession. TO LET-TO A SM ALL F A M ILT, Til lit II FLOOR CON sistmg ot four rooms ; water and gas. 37 East Twent> eighth street, between Fourth and Madison ave nues; rent $3f>. rpo LET? SECOND STORY, FIVE ROOMS, WITH 1 hath and water closet; also fourth Story, in the brown stone house UK West Thirty sixth street; marble hall : walniil stairs ; dumb waiter, Ac. Owner in house. TO LET-THE SECOND FLOOR OF A FIRST CLASS house. Apply at 3,'iii East Seventeenth street. TO LET- THIRD FLOOR OF HOUSE 143 FOURTH avenue, near Fourteenth street; also Workshop in basement and Office Room in. store; Will he occupied by a plumber. Inquire ot T. C, TOWNSEND, 102 Fourth av. rpo LET-SECOND FLOOR AND PART OF THIRD 1 floor ot SWt West Fiit^i filth strcat , location flrst class; a couple without children (Jewish) preferred. Apply on the premises To LIT? SECOND FLOOR oF five MOONS, Ml IT able lor a neat faintly, in the healthiest part ol the city Applj corner Fifteenth street and LigllUi avenue. 1 in taken . UNFIUNI8HKD ROOM* AND APAKT MKHTS TO LET. To LET-IN A DB8IBABLB COTTAGE MlVUf Nineteenth street, five Rooms and 1'autrv on seen nil nopr: entrance entirely separate. fun be seen ironi 2 to 5 1*. M. Inquire at 107 West Nineteenth street. TO LET? THREE NICK FRENCH CI. ATM, IN THAT nice row nt French bouses mi Tlilril avenue ; rents? rittX Hat, $25; Sec, nil, $22 ; Thir.l. ?IH. There Is ono ^ I .il!i'r!r.n,;r 6 rooms, rent fit. Apply on prem ises, 1,98b ruird avenue, or to J. I'. PAYTEN, IJj Henry street. * fPO LiT-THI IttR FLOOR AND BASEMENT OF 1 large house hil l ou? in flata; consists ot hi room- nil lighted ; also the Top Kluor, S rooms, with ail the latest improvements on each tloor. Apply to owner, West Forty-ninth street. mO LET? THE IIALE OF A BROWN STONE Hol'SR, I 1ml It lor two families only, with all the latest im provements lor each lamily separate; contains seven rooms and bathroom. Apply to owner, ?SJ West Forty nintu street. ' TO LET? Til E FIRST FLOOR OVER M Al'V'S STORE, corner Sixth avenuo and Forty third street, contain Ing seven rooms, bathroom, water closot, Ac. Call he torn 3 P. M. in the store for permit to see tt. TO LET? THIRD AND FOl'RTII FLOORS, SIX rooms each, In handsome brown stone bouse ; all iin provemviits; surrounding* Rood. 106 East Fitly sixth st. mil LKT? SECOND FLOOR, TO A SMALL FAMILY OF 1 adillls: all modern Improvements; rent $50; refer ences given mill rri|Uirril. 10u West Twentieth street TO RENT? SECOND FLOOR, WITH PARTOF ITPl'ER, 321 East sixteenth street; house in good locatioa; all modern improvements. Apply lrou 1 to 4 P. M. (Sunday excepted), RENT? TO A SMALL FAMILY, THE THIRD Flour, with all Improvements', rent $<15. 235 East Fourteenth street, between Second and Third avenues. References exchantfcd. r|H) RENT? FROM THE 1ST OF MAY, TO A SMALL 1 family of adults, the Second Floor, four rooms. 139 West Twentieth street; gat, hot and colu water and use ot laundry. TO RENT? TOP FLOOR, THREE ROOMS, IN A three story brick house, with small private family; $'.'0 per month. Apply all week In store 557 Eighth ave nue, corner Thirty -eighth street. rpo RENT-TO AN AMERICAN FAMILY OF ADULTS, I au Apartment consisting of two parlors and exten sion, two basements and two rooms on third floor; mod ern Improvement*. Call at .102 West Twenty-seventh street, between the hours of I- and 2. ritWO I' M-'l' RNISII ED ROOMS, OR THE TOP FLOOR 1 of a privatu house Is wanted by a lady, with two children, for light lnmskccplng. -Address A. HEWITT, .'HO West Eighteenth street. Three booms to let-in a private hoi bb, lor a small family. Inquire at 133 West Forty-sixth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Third floor to let? iiy a small family, to a small lauiily of adults only; floor contains four rooms and lour nice closets; rent, including gas, $32 per month. Apply at 3iS West Fittecuth street. Third floor to let? consisting of 4 rooms, 66 Third street, between Firstand Second avenues; immediate pOHMSlOD il desired. Inquire on the premises. T TNFURXfSIIED APARTMENTS OF TEN ROOMS TO let, near Union square; all conveniences for house keeping ; 110 other tenants; owner livtis In the house. W J HOLES, l,-ti7 Hroadwav. "I7ERY HANDSOME FLOORS OF FIVE ROOMS, WITH ? modern improvements, in the f|-ee stone houso 1,290 Third avenue. Apply in the cigar store. Q FLOORS OF FIVE ROOMS EACH TO LET, TO gether or separately, ill hrowu stone house 242 East Fortieth street; small lamilicg prclerred; rent low to re sponsible tenants. OD, THIRD ANI? FOURTH FLOORS, t>70 SIXTH AVE _j iiue, one door Irom Thirty ninth street, six rooms each, in perfect order, Irom May 1; rent $tkl0, $480 and $:ksi, respectively, if family Is small. Inquire on premises between 1 and 3 I'. M. Oil WEST NINTH STREET.? TO I,KT, \ BACK PAB ? M ' lor and large Extension, with bathroom attached, suiliible lor a physician or dentist; now occupied by a dentist. 231 $?>,?: FOR TWO PARLORS. TWO BASEMENTS AND ? I tw o Rooms >hi upper floor, hi a private house op. posite Central I'ark; water and gus. Fifth avenue, Iks twectf Eighty si\th ami Eighty seventh streets. ?m LAFAYETTE PLACE.? CNFtiRNISHED HAND t)f 7 some Suit of Rooms, with kitchen uml all conveni ences tor housekeeping, to a family party of gentlemen, or tlrst i las* physician ; house private; reference*. TIO CLINTON PLACE. ? SECOND FLOOR FRONT 1 I >7 Itoom and hull Room adjoining ; hot anil colli ? ater, ami all modern linprovemenU; also third dour front Roflm anil hack Hoom, handsomely furnished. EAST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET.? APART mcnts tor small familv, Grooms: one family 111 ?louse. Apply to THOMAS MrKKEVBK, 94K Broadway. QQQ WEST FIFTIETH STRBET.? ? NICE DP FEB >)??? Part to let, consisting of 7 rooms, only to a small and tidy Inmllv. Relit $.111). Apply on premises. 4 IQ SIXTH AVENUE.? A FIRST FLOOR TO LET, 'lit' containing 2 rooms, hot auil cold water; Hall Itooinln perfect order. EUROPEAN 8TEAMRHIPS. North okrman llovd steamship company, for South ainptoii and Bremen. The. steamship DONAO, Captain H. A. J. Neynaher, w ill sail on Saturday, April 12, at 2 P. M., from Bremen pier, toot of Third street, Hohokcn, to be followed hy Steaiuship IIRB.MKN, Captaiu F. Klugkist, on Wednes dav, April 15. HAT ES OF PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND It It K M EN, payable in gold or it- equivalent in currency. First Cabin $120 Second Cabin 73 Steerage 30 For freight or passage apply to OELHICIIS A CO.. Agents. No. 2 Bowling tireen. rrilH II A Mill" RO- AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S 1 Iron mail steumdiip HOLS ATI A, Ca|italn A. Barends, will sail on Thursday, April 1", at 2 I*. M , for Hamburg. taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg and Hamburg. First Cabin, $I2U. Second Cabin, $72. Steerage, Datable in United States gold. Kl'NH ARDT A CO., C. B. RICHARD .V BOAS, Generuljtgents, General Passenger Agents, ill Broadway, New York. til Broadway, New York. The SILESIA will sail April 17. ? Tjt'NARD I.INK. The Hritlsh and North American Roval Mail Steamships, between New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork harbor From New York. ALGERIA... -Wed.. April 9 "JAVA Wed.. April 2 ? Rt SSIA Wed.. April 16 PARTI'IA. . . Sat. April 3d CALABKIA. . Sat... April l.? ?rl'BA Wed., A 111. SO And every following Wednesday and Saturday from New York! Steamers marked thus ? do not carry steer age passengers. Rates ol Patsnge? t'ahln, $?>. $!??'? and *!*>, gold, ac cording t<> accommodation. Tickets to Paris. $15, gold, additional. Return tickets on favorable terms. Steer age, $#', currency. Steerage tickets from Liverpool and Qucenstown, and all parts of Europe, at lowest rates. For f r"lurlit and cabin passage apply at the Company's office. No. 4 Bowling Oreen; for steerage pa-sage, at 111 Broadway, Trinity Bolldlng. CHARLES <1. FRANCKLYN, Agent Or to P. II. DUVKRNET, corner of Clark and Randolph streets, Chicago, 111. IN MX* LINK. For Queenstown anil Liverpool. Royal Mail Steamers are appointed to sail as follows;? CITY OK MONTKEA1 Sanilay, April >\ noon. CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday, April 10. 2 P. M. CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, April 12, 2 P. 51. CITY OK WASHINGTON. . .Thursday, April 17. 9 A. M. CITY OK ANTWERP Saturday, April 19,9 A M. CITY OK BALTIMORE .. ...Thursday, April 24, 2 P. M mid each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from l'ler V> North River. ? RATES OF P> SSAOB. Cabin. $'4l and $ltm, gold, according to accommoda tion Round trip tickets at low rates. Steerage, to Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow. Lutidon dcrry, London, Bristol or Cardiff, $.'10. Prepaid Cerilf Icates, $:u. currency. Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Purls at reduced rates. Drafts Issued at lowest rates. For cabin Passage and general business apply at the Company's office, 15 Broadway. For Steerage Passage, at 33 Hroadwav. JOHN O. DALE, Agent: or to O'DonneU * Faulk, 402 chestnut street, Phtludolphia; M. S. Creagh, liri state str<4t. Host on; K. C. Brown, Ml South Market street, Chicago; William Iiiutatn, Liverpool, and No. !t Rue Scribe, Purl". NfOTICE. The Iuman steamer CITY OF MONTREAL will sail at 12 noon, on Sunday, 6ih luxtant. Passengers ere re? quested t<. In- nu hnurd one hour before sailing. JOHN O. DALE, Agent, IS Broadway. N'ATIONAL LINE OK STEAMERS. Weekly to (Jucenstown and Liverpool ; fortnightly to l,ondiin direct. TO yl'EENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, iTom piers II and 47 north River. CANAf) \. Webster Tuesday, April 8, at 2 P. M. FRANCE, Thamson .^Aturday, April 12, at3 P. M. SPAIN, i ! race Saturday, April 19, at 10 A. M. ITALY, lirigs... Saturday, April 2H, at 3 P. M. GREECE, Thomas Saturday. May 3, at 10 A M. FOR LONDON DIRECT. HOLLAND, Bragg Wednesday. April 9, at 2 P. M. TIIF.SK steamships are Til K LARGEST IN THE TRADE. Cabin passage, $!<" and $*>, currency. Steerage, currency. Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, Vucenslown, Londonderry, Glasgow, Cardiff. Bristol or London, CHEAPER ri!\N BY ANY OTHER LINE. For further information apply at the company's office, G'J Broadway. f. W. J. HURST, Manager. ITNITED STATES MAIL LINK.? STEAM TO yl KENS J town and Liverpool. Sailing every Wednesday WTOMING. Price April9, at 3 P M. IDAHO. Morgan April hi, at 3 P. M. From pier 4ti North River. Cabin pussage, $?*> void : steerage, $'V) currcnoy. Prepaid tickets. $H2 currency. Paswnaers hooked to ami from Purls, Hamburg, Nor way and Sweden, Ac Drafts on Ireland, Kngland, Fram e and Oermanv at lowest rates. Apply to N. 29 Broad \Y Williams a guion, w Broadway. IIITE STAR LINK. K?'H UCEENSTOWN \ND LIYBBPOOt* carrying the united statks mail. New and lull powered steam-hips. Sailing from New York on Saturdavs, (Tom Liverpool on Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor each wav. ADRIATIC Saturday, * prll 19, at m:v) A M. HM.TIi ... Saturday, \pril M, at 3 P. M. CKLTIC Saturday. May 3, at I0:3n A. M. OCEANIC Saturday, May in, at 10:30 A. M. ?From the white stardock, Pavonla icrry, .fersev Citv Passenger accommodations lor all classes unrivalled. Combining safety, speed and comfort saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms In midship section, when least motion Is felt, burgeons and stewardess accompany the steamer. Rate*- Saloon. $l|m. gold; stee rage, $30 In currency. Thoen wishing to send lor Mends in the old coiintrv can now ohtaiH steerage prepaid certificates, $:?, cur rency. Pa??en*ers hooked to or from all parts of Ano rlc i to Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac. Draifsfrom ?1 upwards, For Inspection of plans and other iniormatibn apply at the company 's office, 19 Broadway, New Vort. H>; sol laUliu issued to Coniineiiwtl ports. .1 ft SPABKS, Agent A KI'ROPKAN NTRAIHHIIIPM. Atlantic disaster. ?passengers byhjeaJD ers c an relieve anxiety ol trieuds at home by PASSENGER CABLE TELEGRAMS. For 92 notion ol arrival hy steamer, stale ol' health <-?if (mi lorwardcd (rum London, Liverpool, Hamburg, Bremen or Havre to any two addresaes In New York. Ticket* tor Hale at steamship offices, at Agent*', on the ships and bjr KIERNAN A CO., Telegraph Agents, 1ft Wall street. ^ NCHOB I. INK Steamer* Mill from pier 20 North River, New York, v KVKKY WEDNESDAY AND SA I'l ltl? A Y. ' EUROPA Sat , April 12 ALK X AN 11RI A. Wed., Ap TRINACRI A.Wed., April ltt AUSI'RALIA..Sat.. May CALIFORNIA Mat., April 19 ISMAILIA. . . . Wed., May Col. I MHlA .Wed., April it VICTORIA SaL, May 1l INDIA Sal.. April 2d CASTALIA Wed.. May 141 The passenger accommodations on steamers ol this lina arc unsurpassed for elegance and com tort, Cahin states rooms arc all on upper deck, thus securing good light au<^ ventilation. 1 RATES OK PASSAOR I TO OLASaOW, LIVERPOOL OR LONDONDERRY.! Saturday (learners. Wednesday steauiersJ Gold. CurrencvJ $7S and $M $7i and ?U cabin return tickets,' secur- ,, Ing best accommodations. $130 91% Sit. Kit AUK, MO, CURRENCY. , Tickets for passage to or troni nny seaport or rallwarf station in lireat Britain, Ireland or the Continent Lssunl at lowest rate*. DRAFTS Ki lit any AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES. Company's offices. No. 7 Bowling lireen. New York. . . . HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agents. Just published, 'The Trip to Europe." a magazine Information lor ocean travellers ; can be had free - charge on application. i 0 NLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCS. f croaaJ md ex^ I way. 1 THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'l MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK ANI HAVRE, CALLING AT BREST. , The splendid vessels on this tavorite route for the CoiJ linent will nail from pier No. ft) North River, <<>!? lows VILLE DT HAVRE, Surmont Saturday. April 14 PEKKIRE, Daurti Saturday, Muv'l WASHINGTON, Roussan SatU'itav, May II ST. LAURENT, Leiiiurio Saturday, Ma> 'l| PRICE OP PASSAGE IN GOLD Including wine) TO BREST OR HAVRE, | First c^j.iu, $125; Second Cabin, $73. Excursion Ticket* at reduced rates. k, These steamers do not carry steerage piusengers. ; American travellers going to or returning from thff Continent of Europe, by takln? this line, avoid botn transit by English railway ami the discomforts of croaiw Ing the Cliaiiuel, besides saving time, trouble and pe use. GKQBGB MAOmnglK, Agent. 5S Brnadv CJTATE LINE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. O ,* NEW YORK AND GLASGOW. VIA LONDONDERRY. 1 These elegant new Clyde built steamers will gall front State Line pier, Martin stores, Brooklyn, N. Y., for Ola*) fow. via Londonderry, as follows;? J 'KNNSYLVANIA, 2>Kl tons Wednesday, May I GEORGIA, 2, MM) tons VVedne-dav, June 4 VI Ri: I N I A, 2,500 tons Wed tie <duy, June II And every alternate Wednesday thereafter, taking pas sengers at through rates to all parts ot Great Britain amf Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Germany. > Drafts for ?1 ami upwards. For freight, or pasHiutc apply to AUSTIN, BALDWIN A CO., Agents, 72 Broadway. I Steerage passage office 45 Broadway. . CIOOK'S TOURS TO VIENNA. < I Elghtv-seven dilTerent. routes, via London, the IthineJ P'lris, Switzerland, Ac., Ac., at gn at reductions; avaiw able by all lines of steamers from American ports. COOK'S ITALIAN TOURS, / nearly 100 In number, at reductions ranging from 30 t<| 46 per cent below ordinary prices, combining all parti of Europe with Italy. ' 'OURS liable for going The regular travelling tickets issued by COOK'S TtJURS ROUND THE WORLD. Price $1,030, gold tavailable for going West or East) kets issued by COOK. SON A JENKINS, 363 Broadwav, New York, and Fleet street, Loudon. Special Personally Conducted Party ) leaves May 10 for Italy and Vienna (lOft days), front New York; $710, gold, which Includes all expenses toe, the tour. j Remittances to England and Ireland.? Drafts lor ?1 and upwards and Passage Tickets, hys steamship and sailing packet, issued at the lowest raVMl by IAPSOOTT BROTHERS A CO.. M South strait. J 0 DONOVAN ROSS 4 ? NATION A L LINE.-QU ARA Nj tine, Station Island ; New York, Brooklyn, and ,lers?jJ friends requiring tickets please write. I telegraph frlendl arrival ami ace passengers on board trom pier 44. J United states passport bureau.? americam citizens re<iui ring Passports will apply to THOMAS SADLER, Commissioner, No s Broad street. New YorkJ UNITED 8T1TKS- PASSPORT BUREAU.? OFFICIAD Passports ot the Department of Slain Issued by A CJ WILLM ARTH, United States Court House, 41 Chambers st J CO AST WISH WTKAJW.1H1PB. .J EflOR MEW ORLEANS DIRECT. 1 MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE, from pier No. f> North River, at 3 o'clock P. M. SHERMAN, on SATURDAY, April 12. . Freight received dully. Through rates given for SO Louis, Vlcksburg. Mobile, (lalveston ami Indianola. For freight or passage (having superior accommodai Hons) apply to FREDERIC BAKER. 30 Broadway. 1 PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Line to CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA, via Panama, rarrying mulls, passengers and irelght to Aspinwall, Panama, Santa Martha, (ireylown and Pacific coast of Mexico, Central America, Peru and Chile. ? ' April If, 1173? Steu m< r OCEAN y U EE N, Captain Seiu bury, will leave pier 42 North Hiver, at 12 o'clock noon J for 'Aspinwall direct, connecting at Panama with tlid) steamer MONTANA, Captain Nolan, touching at Aea-4 puleo, Munzanillo, Mazatlan, and also connecting lor all Central American and South Pacific ports. Departures of and 2iit h of each month eoiim ct with the com pany's steamer touching at San Ucnlto, Tonata. Saline Cruz and Port Angel. Steamer CHINA will IcdTe San Francisco April 1(IJ 1S73, lor Japan and China. For rales of passage, freight ami all further information apply at company's office us the pier, foot ol Canal street. F R. BABV, Agent. J^LVV YORK~A.NI) HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE. These tlrst class steamships will sail every Tuesday at:{| P. M., from pier IS North River (foot of Cedar street), ton Havana direct, as follows: ? Steamship MOltRO CASTLE Tuesday, April f Steamship CRESCENT CITY Tuesday, April 1 !ff Steamship WILMINGTON Tuesday, April -A For freight or pa&iuge (having niagnlflccntaccommuda^ tions) apply to _ ? WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.. 119 Wall street. D. M'KEI.LER, Ageiiffin Havana. ? ? ? C'NITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA AND MEXICO! HAVANA, PROGRKSO ANI? VERA CRUZ. New York and Mexican Mall Steamship Line, leaving; pier No. :j North River, at :i P. M. E\ KRY Till ItSDAY CITY OP MEXICO 1 Havana and Mexico) April 1'P CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only).... Aprl IT. CITY of MKKIDA (Havana only) April CLEOPATRI A (Havana and Mexico) May L CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) Muyd For freight or pa- nge apply to F. ALEXANDRE A SONS, 33 Broadway. l>oE "NEW ORLEANS III IlEC r.~ Til F STF.AMElt P METROPOLIS, (Captain Nickerson. will leave pier -L East Iflver. April 9, at 4 P. M Freight received daily.' Through rales given to (Jul veston, Indianola, Bockport or A run/us wharf, Bruzos Santiago and SL Louis. CaliirT passage, $.V); steerage. For freight or paaaage ai>pl y to C. H. MALLoitY A CO., HB Maklen lane. FIOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. The Cromwell Steamship Line, The steamship CORTKB, Cuplaiu Frank Kemble, wilt leave pier 9 North River, on Saturday, April 12. at 3 i\j M Freights received dally. Through rates given t.i Calves'on. Indianola. Itockiortor Arauzus whart, Braz.os^ Santiago and St Louis. Cabin passage, $ftl); steerage. $25. For freight or pas* sage applvtoi'LAUK A SEAMAN, 'W West street. fTEXAB LINE OF GALVESTON STEAMERS, TOUCH' J. ing at Key West, carrying the United States mall. The steamer CITY OF AUSTIN, Captain I'.ldrldge, i* now receiving freight at pier 2) Last lllvur. and will sail Saturday, April 12. 'through billsof lading given to Houston, either by the G. II. and H K K. or by the Houston Direct Navigation Conii any. and to all iiolnts on the lialvostou. Houston and Henderson and B. It. and C. It illroad. No charge for forwarding in New York. For freight or passage apply to C. II MAI. LORY A CO., 153 Maiden lane, or W. P. CLYDE, 11 J Wall street, N'L'.V Y'iltK AND BBHMUDA STEAMSHIP LINK, For II it mil t on and St. George, Bermuda. The steamship ALBEMARLE. Read, master, will bM despatched, trotn pier 37 North River, on Thursday, April 10. at 3 o'clock P. M. For freight or passage (having e!e. gant accommodations, upplv to LI NT BROTHERS, 28 South street. Emiii Norfolk, city point and Richmond ? The old Dominion steamship Cuinpanv will despafclt from pier 37 North River ttuilr elegant sluewlieel steam ship OLD DOMINION, Walker, commander, for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Tuesday. April H, at.1 P. M , giv u g through hills of lading to afl points South ami Southwest. Through passenger tickets Issued to_ all poinf . Accommodations nueipi.illed Apply at pier S7. ot at the general office, 1*7 Greenwich street, corner of Dey* TKAVKLLHBM' UVtOK' J.1AI.I. It I V H It USE, r The worM rfhinntd Ktenmeri BRISTOL and PKOVIDBNCB ' will resume th?;ir on the line on Mondav, April It/ after having been thoroughly overhauled and entirely* refitted witli every appllanoe tor satetv anil comfort. A. P. baciiV, Superintendent Pennsylvania railroad: ' Train* leave "New York, trom foot of Destirosaea am* tJorllandt street*, a* follow*: ? Kiprea* ii>r llarrtaburf, Plttsburf, the West and ^outh wllh l?n 1 1 niiiii Palace t ars attached, at 9: JO A it. , \ T ami * JO P. M. Sunday, r>, 7 and 8 JO P. M. Kor Baltimore, WaxhimitMii and the South at 9 A. M. ; 1 and V P. M. Sunday, 9 P. M. Kxprtaa lor Philadelphia, 8, ?>, 9 JO A. M. ; 12 JO, l.?,\ V 8:.'*), 9 P. M. and 13 nltfnt. Sunday, fl, 8'*' and 9 P. M. Kor Philadelphia. via Kensington, at 7 A. M. and 2 P. M. Emigrant and second das*. 7:l? P. M Kor Newark at H, ?Jft, 7, 7 40. *:I0, 9. 10, 11, II :M A M. U, 1.2,1 J0.3, .1:20, 3:*), 1:10, 4:1.1, 5:|0, S:*l. 5 JO, 8>", 6. 6:10, H JO, 7, 7:10. &:lft9, 10, it Jft 12 P. M. Sunday, 530, 6, H. 10,9 I'. if. Kor Kli/.abcth,6, ? JO, 7, 7:40, 8, 8:10 9, 1(1,11. 11 :40 A. M, 12 M., 1 2 JO, I. 2, 1:10, :t, 3:20, :t 40. 4, 4:10, 4 H * 20, flJ?, 5 -.SO, ?, 6 :10, ? JO, 7 JO, 8 :1ft 10, 1 1 Jft 12 P. M. Sunday, S at, 9andN:M p. M. K?r llaliwav. 9, >> :.10, 7,8:1ft 9 JO and 1) A. M , 12 1, 1. 2:30,8.3:30, 1.40,4:10, 4 :?>, h i 0. J JO, 5:#?. ?. ? H 7 *>, 8:10, 10 P M, and 12 night. !*undav, 5 20 and P. M. Kor Wondbiidge and Perth unkoy.i asd W A. M.,3i9\ ,1 :40. 4 Jff and 5 :!W P. M. ? .... Kor New Brnnswick, 7. 10 A >1, '2 M. ,1, J, 3, 4:10, &:.t, 6, 9 P. M and 12 niirtit Sunday, # and ? P. M. _ Kor Raat Ml limine, 7 A. M.. li noon 4 .10 and #s? P. M Kor La tube rtville and Kleinlngton, 9 A. M and I I . M Kor Phtlipsburg and Be I vide re. 2 and 4 P M MtommodaUon r>>r Bordentown, Burlington and Can., den 7 and 9 :*? A. M 12 1. ' ??, * UJ < P. *? Kor Kreehold, 7. * A. M 2 and 4 P. M. Kor>urg, p. inl-. rl.>n, t am len. ? A M...14 PJ1 Train* arrive a- ftttlow* Krom PKtabUK, " :??> A- V., I '.IP M.dallv, hill A. M and < 34 P. *. d .llyexcen? Mondav. In-ill Wa*hln?toii and Baltimore, " 4-> A M.. I S) I0:BP. M Snndar,< 10 A. M from Philadelphia, ft 21 7. JO 10:14, II *>4, II' J4 M? f I*, 3 M, ? :04, 8 4 1 P M. Sunilav. .V2I. ? jO, II : * 8. M . ? I icket offices, .848, 4.1A, 271 and 944 Broadway; No. I A*tor Hou*e and toot ot oeahroaaaa ?l,t* t'ortlaadt street*. Emigrant Ticket ?ffl, No. 8 Batwnr nlare A .1. ('AMAft, J1' HUTU, Urnvfil VJnn>urrti; i^n?ril P?<N*itirftr

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