Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 14, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 14, 1873 Page 2
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CITY n.'Af. KSTATE FOR MU. (rntrsl. A_A.? A.? FOR KAI.E, AT A SACRIFICE, A . lust i law lour story hi?h stoop brown tunic Uotuc, ?ItxW, loot Loi, on writ Ktdc of Madison avemie, W cet south ol Se*emjr-U>urtii slriet; clear \ lew lol'ark, lirei Moor- In bard w?<d ; parlor floor in cabinetwork, ,* Pottlci A stymns, with library and luit I?t'k gantry, nauti l mirrors, Ac. 'I'cruiB to suit Uood luculrd Lot* :iK?mi In payment. Heu*e opt-n lor inspection Inquire v 1 4 ? ? i , A kl VlU-.K, 134 bast Eighteenth -li-cot. ? NY i INK WANTING TO PURCHASE A ('(li lt STORY, A eabii. i triru House, iSxfinxlOO. between Fifth and Mitdioou avenues, lor $fin,00O, w ill only tlnil tbe oppor nlU i > applying U) CUNN A- SEAlCfi, iul Broftdwiy. ? HIM Tin 1, NKW THREE STORY 11IG1J STOOP /V lu ,vn stone House, all modern improvements. will ? void . v u rm-. Au ly on the premises, iii 'i hirtv jxth -i "??? i etwe. ?!? Lexington ami Third u>- enues, id VNORH \\ K n.M l)Y, l.nildcr. ? ?Mi ii FOUR STORY HIUI1 STOOP HOUSES FOR .\ . . vi rv low. on Thirty-seventh and Thirty -eighth ?tret N m ar I nth nv< nuc ; poskossion at once. \S I i. Li AM TUCK bit, 220 Filth five UUP PtiR NAM CHEAP? IN THIRTY-SIXTH STREET, MK U t vx < ? >i Broadway und -*-cvcuUi avenue, a tint o story liKh sloop brick II iube, $1x43. HiNK A I'hIJ,. mi sixth avenue. P()l( ? W.1-, IIEAP-A NEAT TWO STORY AND I atli lu ll stoop brick House in West Tenth strei t. H'lvn-i n Pi lilt i.ml Mstli avenues; price SUL000. Apply 0 HUM vim: Hi;0\V N, corner ot Thlrly-thud street unil iroedn.iy. pro) ?' VMDLOl FOR BALK? Td REE DOORS FROM II Pari, avenue, lour story brown stone; can be seen rout II i" ?'<; price $K6.UU0 106 hast Tlnrty-tltth street. \|I V!U:i:S OF CONGREGATION ANSHI CHESED ,?l \\ i~li i ii . residence near the ne?v teuipli will find lanraiu in first cluss brown stone House, Sixty-third .(reel ; ?I4,.')J0; only $2 51*' i ? -li. L JACOBS. 919 Third avenue. NrOW Is vol It 11 Y li lO PUROHABE A HOUSE ? Between Filth niiii " ixth avenues, ior$w,illH); loea ion near the Park, size 2ilx?tixPiO. For permit* apply .. in N\ A 8EACH, ?I2 Hroudwn.v. PRICJ' LOW PERMS EASY? ONE LOT, EIGHTY second street, near 1'ilih avenue ; also Plots and sin .le Lot; . I'ark (or fourth) avenue, to Fitlh avcttuo, I'll iv-nlntli io 110th stn *;t. V. K STEVENSON, Jr., II Pine street 'rill- < III : A PEST HOl'SK IN THE CITY FOR SALE? 1 Lim , i ted on Sixty first street, mar Madison; loir dory In wn stone For permits apply to 111' N.N A ttilcB, SU2 Broadway. ?- ril AVI M !?:, SOUTHEAST CORNER NINFTY FIRST ?) strict KWx P2fl feet ; h lit best point on entire uveune ; i bargain anil easy terms V K STEVENSON, Jr., 11 Pine it. ffTH V VENUE, CSNTRAX PARK BELOW SEVENTY. ?> si-eond sfect ? One or two ehoiee Dnlldliv Lots tor ?ale very low. V. K. STEVENSON , Jr., II Pine street. Eu?l hide. A -ni jV. stone hit!, stoop Houses, <>n southeast corner oi Lexington n vi' n up mid Seventy tit st street; olio corner House, -HxW): flvc Houses, atljninidg, on Lcxiugton ave nue, ??...? Ii li'xbn. ,hmI iwii Houses on Scvonh first street, a. t joining, vwli 13x05 , term* lo suit. Apply on premises. A NICE SMALL BROWN SToNE HOUSE FOR ?ale? 132 Bust Tuvi'ij -leventh street. near Lcxing tin avenue; pos-es.-ien lit once; price low ; Icrin^ to >ttii. \ i'p \ to SALMON t McLELL \ Ml, IO Eaat seven teenth itnet AFOt'R STOItV BRDK HOUSE. 29 EAST BROAD vim : l.hmI tmitlie is l'.e;iti"Ti , I! ulcers' lease; cheap ftreush. W. II. FALCOWElt, iuo Fourth avenue, near * TH If RE STORV BASEMENT AND 8FB-CEI.LAR 1\ In own stone; nil improvements; pluuihing ivnr ranted tor three y< r> ? south side 1 1 Mil t wlile) si reel, near Third a venue ; onl* Ji.MKI cash ninl tnortuaife tive jri an; call Immediately. M. E. UBAlllU, 8,106 Third av. i ?CORNER SECOND AVENUE AND 118TH (WIDE) J\ . st 1 1 . lour story Iii < v ii stone flr.st i lass Tencin.nt ; nil inn. Ycuieut- . :txf'.x70; dc.-ilrablo property lor an investment: $2.S00. M. E C RASl'O, 2,10* Third avenue. A TWO STOHV Flil-.Kl II uoor FRAME, WITH Ex tension ; ns a ik' Crotou in the linusp; north side l-7tti st 1 1 el. he ween I hiii! linn Fourth avenues; the Lot is . ">xO!i. II. and wor.h ?'?,5t!0; the entire property ran hp pill 'hased tor Js.nnii m, l? I'KASTO, 2,10s Third' avenue. A TWO STOHV Fit ENC1I ItOOK FRAME; Al I. IM piovciueaus Just put in p? __ . ii. .1 ili -lit. ird strei l. in a r 'I tiird avi en M. i CltASTo, 2,10o Third avenue. \ T ?l!,000-A FIRST CLASS THREE STORY BROWN JY s'otie ilou-e hi pi rtect repair, on Forty -eighth -treet, neai third avenue. V\ ILLlAM TUCKER, 220 Filth iiv elilie, lira) door utio\ 1 Twenty-sixth -tr? et. tilOR SALE? NORTHWEST CORNER OF M MHSOX iiv, nue and I iily-M th street, 20 te. t Iront ; otuers adMuing <>u avenue, 2ft feet trout. Also tw,. llou.-"s on Filt.i -sisth street, hctvoe n M idismi auil Fifth avenues. Apply to owner, oil premises. Commission allowed agents on enmph ting a sale. r-ini; s V 1 K? A M-.AT TWO STORY AND BASEMENT I hriek Mouse, in cxcelleut order, with all the modern uitproM meiiis; price $?.?*?. Apply on the premises, 216 ha?t !? ".rlii > second street, near rhird avenue. n ART, KM. ?WE OFFER ANOTHER BAROA1N; A line three story high stoop hriek Uotlso; a'l improve ments'. convenient, to boat ; ? oil ubeut w ill sell it $10,W<; cash, f "> m. Look at this. i* urowne A CO 8.SM0 Third avenne. MADISON AVENUE, BELOW FORTV-THIRD *t re el.? Very choice location and an elegant Dwell iiij', built ai!' finished regardless of cost, hv Me nicigiu A Crn"-man elegant initrora and uas fixtures arly po,--. ^ on ; prit i low at"' terms ea v. V. K. srEVEfisoN.Jr.. II 1'tnc street OI) AVEM T, WI.S1 SIDE? FOUR CHOICE LOTS, ?) at verv lo\- pri'e, on. third ca-h, lialame three >e:irs. V. K STEVEN sil.V. ,Ir., II I'ine street. A Til .oi: r.\RK AVENI'E coR.VEB. IC'XIIH I i El I u< :?r Seventy-ninth street, tor sale unti?ua:l' i heap and on ejsy terms v. K STE\ I.NSON. Jr., II I'itie street. II WILL I' I ? V A 1IIKEE STORY $2..r)00 1,:^; improvement., > xty-r luril stieet, near Eexingion a>e uue. Ii not s, Id I v >pril 19 will I"' withdrawn. Bt it i t i ,V Ml'CK, loT.' Third avenue. Q1 I IWWI~" l'"u s*' THREE SiOBY HIUH I I I, sloop brown atone t all improvenienta, (>. m. .' :iiid ft escoed rood order, \pp'.v n- owner, on yremi-'-, 24: U>t I Miei " treet. W'er.t Side. A FINE P! VI- hi OK V BROWN sTONE FRONT stole, or. Vin r..,' ? < t, tor sale cry ehenp. In cttiire oi FK \NK Fill I.l.l I's. .1 1 Broad w ay. A BULKHEAD AND WATER RIO II I, WITH ON E . hah hloi n, tOOsfl ti for -ale oi t ? ? I, ,ise . , . i ., term of veins, rimnlng from Thirteenth avenue to West treet. E 1 Ail T. B! HNIIAM.UOa Hudson atreet. A? ;'Oi: sale AT A BAROEIN, I LOTS, NOKTII ,i vest corner avenue St. Niehohis ami Hist striet. II IIOIISON A CO.. 1,'j Flttii H\vttOc. A s \ < l: I ?? i < J ? A THREE STOHV BASEMENT WO Hili-eell.tr hri'-k. nil linprnvettiotiK 2nxl5.\!W, - . . i : I > ? le I.' Hi stri ? . I" t ween Kitt Ii anil Slsi h ave.iues ; in. i l ? old i umeiliai ?!>' , mr -ll.nnti: worth sbll.tt'i; ti i ? . i-\. M. !?' OK A sTO, 8, l"s Third aveBtie, A ORE AT BARGAIN, *ND XI sT BE SOLD THIS wi i V . -A tli i .-? ? st. ry ha-> incut and siih-eellirbrlek. nil taiprovemi'llts. necr ; lull l.ot, <mi 'i -I,; , I'.'sth ^trcei. between fifth an> ixth iivenii, >. SI 1,5' 11; worth SJ.*i,iHJtl. M IS, Clt \ - I I. Thir.l ar tiue. A COI'i'LE OF IIO> 'I'S FOR SALE -AT A SACBI -'V lice, to . illt a property ofn purtv ning uliroad; four alor.t ' "? 'isl I' snia nis < m West rwenty-tlfth stri i t ; in luhhorhoffd go< ii ; would lca\ o hall on |...iiu niul mort-'iinc. Inn all en- 1. pii lorreil jii'i.e *1 l.tH'ieaeh ; thcae botises art cheap. .MM-- it, Eliw VEI?>, fi!1 Wes ittei ti t ! i . 1 1 1 stleet. "a I ' 'I -I Hoi>E I OR s.-M.I. -ON WEST TWENTY J\ ii, i, a >ti. ei. onr st..rv iii 'Ii stoop. 2j leet will i : all luipri \einei;t"; splendid neigh l orhcioil ; it Mid imme.l luti l.v lor all or h Men i the mviti will saeriilce ahoul SlU.mnon it; h i. i" ;. l.i ? chain <? I. i atn body detit ins a HK.d HI*' SI |||e| ? l.\M' It. KDWAI Ds 99 Wet- 1 Tiro n f \ filled street. llOI'LEt \UI I. ITS -FOB s ALK, fOI'R FINELY ? ? ? I i 'hi in -treet. We-' i i.ii"' i in , ;iol to W. F. JollKSON, I rner Ore. :tl* ,eh Den i.r. -in . t 7 ."Ml! M.I. -OS w? SI til' I'll Ml Till'- 1: 1 , HI I W El N 1 I ? li and " i'I' . v. no- . i.'.ria -i.l :> n. w t'onir htorv In own stone lie' - . 21 > Vix in ?. AilUrt -s L. A. VV., hox 2.H24 New Vork l'o t ? IBce. ITtOB SAI.E? II >1.1 Ml,' K COMPKISINO In LOTH), r tl'Ullillig oil Wiishilt.'t'i" Wi I :n ' Hut., it a.' It-, together with 1 leet valunhle Imlklnad. th.- i-iiie JaixeSt plot to he hud I.l lower part eity ; terio ea Ail<lrc?sJA-M Es I'HH I' A-. nt, .'?i Hi ' n -u, t l.'OR ' \ LI OR I'D I. IT I 1 1'NISII Ell Till. IM\p 1 some preiui-i 37 Wt'stTwcnt* ci;.htli - reel known Ti- the ' Meh ille House 1 1 not m-l ? ?< I ot h\ May I ? ill he i'i ..p. ned under new management. L'oii SALE? THE MODE I' N THItlt. STOJ'Y Hli.ll 1 si.,..! hrowu stotn Hou-c, 2'l2 \\ , st Thirty n. nth street: SIS.oiH); iiossc ssion May I. .1 \ M K > II. I. DWARD l!'.1 West Twentv. fhlrd treet. pan SAI.I'? V v ''.RY II VNDSO 'I I. BIJOWN STONE r i ie. i i. -en "lit Home, ou West Jwctitj- eeond sir. , i, o ,.i , 1 1 , ? i* ; modern ihronuhottt; Immediate i'i erC'l 1,'O'H Si S"l;l to '? i .ML- ':. I v ..I' . 11 Weat Twenty-third street. tjN i|; S.Y! ' '. I CFIEICE? OX W ilf.1' TH EM V I first ""I a i.i . (2a toot wide) thrcc-stor* high St. I' >'I- we -loi I' ?,?, Id nil depth. I'rlce il.?,000; it. .1 I..'.| I VVI s It. i:m\ \ K l>.-. We.-t Twenty third streef. '/.I ,i THREE ST RY IIIOH STOCH* ii ,ii'e ..i.d i.i ; . Jilxlilf, tor sale; nil modern nnpr.iveineu',1 : in r i cet oril. r : splendid uel .'hlioi'liood. At.piv ot | ? . ne -e -. X'* W est Tw enty-flrst street. v_'i!. " ' I N'TKAl. PARK. AVi;.NI i:.-COi;\I.R i'AR 1 e.i i' 1 1 Hi, overloo vii.- I'ark . cheapest Lola ffteing ' I V. K. sTI'.V KNSOX, .1. 1 1 Fin street. (?O'rtl MH I . ET, l!*l FI.ET WE T OF I MHTII (OR ' ?< . c.vti.,1 H?rK) imeuue t'wo L..K i . h only If', r.i! lerius. V. K sTKV E.NMON lr. II line - reel. f-'WTlI AND sEVESTV I OI'BTII STREI T.' CLOSE '' t" M?. i-.n avenue.? ' Tw o v. litis . unit ..a w.ll l.ullt I liiiihli' d lull sined llsveiilu I. r imiiKdiate .-ale I At Ih'W , ,rle. ; mortgagee li* 1<1 b> Mutual Lile and North [ Ann , III Lite ; t. rms e.isv V. K. sTLVENmiX. .ir 11 Fine street. O'lD S I ni l. I, ONLV 04 FEE I' 1 i of I, K A N 1 1 Oil ' ?> III- i r.i . ltf.iile mr.l III In i i. . .. M BtniUWO v Bmilevnrl. 10' HWmln low ; i tihinve uiient. I'I a e exc Il ls SII.YE.N.SON, Jr., It :>inr '.(roct, .1f?i <<? ; a neons. AT PI7 flHTlT) MTNTF DO TOE WANT TO KELT, s rent* ex. han If so, call Do yen want to i.ttv n residence, make an Inve-lun u.. net posted on ill vame of real o-i .let cull Hi.v- \ ,.n pr< i i rtv lor sale, t.. I. t or exchange> eail in.i'. reui-.ter tree ot elnn-ge. Uon'lloiuet add ii - .IAMES ROM K W7 Third aoiHie. fSKANt I.. ? IIAWFORD. IKili 'I II I HO VVLNI Ii, OFFERS ?s special lairuaitis the following II..u?.m ? 61st t?t., . 'i story l igh .'.?>p, li leet .oiii.mn I?2 I st,. !I story high sto?jp, 20 leet Ii >?i S7th (4., Iieoutinil location, 80 i??t 2T,:n> Vith st . near :M av., 20 leet ... .. p ?o r.yth .1 pretM us a picture 21,000 1 41 jt (, I ?iory, near Mn : iSon av _ 7ttii si . I store, near ftn "ery low A' BROOKLYN* PROPERTY FOR MALE iKO TO l,KT. "j J ERALD BRANCH OFFICE? BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OI K BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY FROM 3 TO f P. M. CARRIERS AND A OK NTS' DEPARTMENT NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. A BROWN STONE FRONT HOUSE, FIRST CI, ASS In every respect, built by day's work, spiendll loca tion within three blocks ni tlie main entrance to the Paik; will be sold cheap ifupnllud lor at ouce, us the. owner i? about retiring from business. Inquire of JOHN DONOVAN, 51 St. Mark's nvi nue, Brooklyn. A -Th I ET, THE THREE STORY II lull STOOP . brown stone Dwelling 431 Paciilc street, Brooklyn; all modern Improvement*; in good (,r ler. J. c. HAILEV, au Emit Fourth street, near Bow-ry. N ELKO ANT HOUSE? BROWN STONE FRONT, NEW, ? with all modern Improvements, 270 Clinton *tretft, near South terry, Brooklyn : rent *1,688; also a iv ut little House near Clinton street, in Vtiau lab place, onb 802V A HOUSE FOR SALE? EXCELLENT LOCATION. . (Iraud avenue, between Fulton and CJ ate* avenues, west side, 21 by 4.s ti-et. iol ltt), three story mid basement. Laudsoine brown stone front, plate glans, panel stoop, brick division wall to second story una all the improve meats. This is the cheapest bouw in Brooklyn at tlio jiriee asked, and must be r-oUl next week, lake Fulton avenue ears to Cruiidavcuuc and inquire on the premises. Ipnli SALE-A NEW, FIRST CLASS BROWN STONE lloii^c. in tUe bent loiatiou in tho Nineteenth ward, 151 Ross street, between Bedford and Lee avenues, Brooklyn, E. D. ; must be sold. Inquire ou the premises. IjlOR SA LE ? IN GREENWOOD CEMETERY. A FULL Lot on Ocean Hill, looking eastward, nnd enclosed ; location very desirable and -unable tor monument*! im provement; price $850. Add res* U KEEN WOOD, Herald office. ]7?0R SALE? NEAR PROSPECT PARK, 66 i'ROSPECT " plnee, a One three story ini i bn.-.e;nent double irame Houm' and Harden; bouse 37>Jx38; modern improve ments ; ground r>2'ixl31 ; choice irult, Ac.; fWU foot from grand entrance to the Park: surrounding., lirst class houses. Apply to F. D. NORRIS, 31 DeKulb avenue. Brooklyn. For sale cheap? a desirable plot for manufacturers or builders, corner of Bridge or Plymouth streets, 1110x107^, two blocks from ferry, or will be' divided if desired. Apply to THOMAS KELLY, 05 Jay street, Brooklyn. O API D TRANSIT.? CHOICE LOTS. KiXIIIU FEET, IV under clotw restrictions, In n first ola.-s neighborhood, near ProSpeet Park, Brooklyn, and the line ot the pro posed Rapid Transit steam road, for sale at *!S()l) and up wards; a splendid opportunity for Investment or specu la ion. Apply at the office of the late A. .1. WALKER, 112 Jolm street. New York from it to 8 o clock. TO LET.? THE LARGE STORE AND BASEMENT Corner Clinton and Myrtle avenue, suitable for bak ery, also store and Dwellihu, Myrtle, near Washington avenue, Brooklyn. Inquire ot s. F. BROWN, on the premises. TO LET? 4N BROOKLYN, NEAR BRIDOE STREET ferry, a large Factory, now mod In making aniline colors; also Properly suitable tor coopering Purpose 4. Ap ply to JOSEPH J. MARR1N, M Wall street. TO LET? E,I.E(i ANT BROWN STONE HOUSES AT #soti. $!*0 ), #1,000: three story, basement and .-uli-ccllur; tie iv ; ail the modem conveniences; gas; furnaces in gel lar; hot and cold water in all the rooms; baths; water closets connected wit'u sewer, Ac. ; neur two lines ot cars; distance from City Hall, New York, same as Sixtieth street, New York; llrsi class neighborhood; several churches and schools. Apply to BRYANT A CARRU TIli'.RS, 1GU Fulton street. New York, Irorn 1 to 4 P. M.,or at Brooklyn office, 1,420 Fulton street, corner Brooklyn avenue. rpo RENT? A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN L stone House. In one ot tlio most desirable locations in Brooklyn ; convenient to ferries and cars. Possession immediately. < all on or address s. D. STEPHENS, Jr., 293 Broadway, N' c v York. *. "/ \ PER MONTH WILL HIKE A FIRST CI, ASS jpOv three siory corner brick House, La Lee avenue, Brooklyn; every modern improvement, neighborhood unexceptionable. R. T. lu'sii, i .o Maiden lane. Alt) (W1A CASH, IF SOLD THIS WEEK, FOR A 5?I HM.F nice House of II rooms, in good order, and six full Lois, at Prospect I'nrk, Brooklj n ; has never Iteen otic red till now lor less than il5,lAH>. Apply to D. L> H ' K , ; i j vv ouster street, New York. WE6TCBUHTF.lt COUNTY PROPERTY FOR BALE OR TO RENT. A BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO RENT FULLY AND A handsomely furnished, at Yoiikers. opposite tUo Peabody House; lawn an. I garden, -t;iblo tor four horses, coachman's room. >tc. It is one of the most delightful places In Yonkers. House has bath, gas, range, hot and eold water, walcr-closets, Ac., and is In complete order. Rent for the season $1,200; or lor the year. $2,400. JAMES R. EDWARDS, fi:> West Twenty-third street. ON THE SOUND. NEAR I'ELHAM BRIDOE.? A VERY desirable place of 12 acres to rent; line mansion, billiard hull, boating, bathing, Ac. Ireland, 201 Broadway. rro L ET, a few nev and beautiful Cottages, at Vonkor-. situated on Vineyard arpntw. Bent fSi)0. For parUi ular* lnqnlre of John a. Dvrr, comer Vineyard nn.l Ashbttrfon nvenue*. nn? let-in morrisania, with immediate pos I session, a good neat H ?. ii , containing two pwtonk dining room, itting room und .seven good bedrooms and bn?cnient kitchen ;nouse In prime enter nn<l in n tine, genteel location, with one acre ot ornamental grounds, with an abundance of trees, trulls unit shrubbery of all kind*. I'd ii cnretul and responsible party h will be rented for <>ne or more vears at SOW per vcar. Apply to (>. W. DITCUETT, No. 2 New Chamber* street. N. S . \rONKERS.? FOB SALE OB TO LEAKS, BRICK I lloii.-i , withi# five minutes from depot, containing In room- him kitchen extension ; gas, furnace and ranee : -i.i iim.ii i id cistern * uter in kitchen ; all In good order .lot Six 1(0. For further particulars apply to UF.O. W PUT NaM. opt>o ile railroad station. ?yONKERS,? FOB SALE OR TO LET-TWo FINE 1 I ? it ii superb river \ ieivs and ahftde ; clow to uteamboa t lain'.iu . boat itnd bathing homes; nil city 1m provi Mi nts; stab'" to one house. Apply in agent oppo site the sutiotr, or lo lll'illiKT k HKsSON, Architects, lm Broadway. - A Ft l!NI-IIM> MOTEL TO 1?ET? -NEAR NEW YORK, or tor Mile. s. i' JEUS V ('IVY, IIIIROK I N. IlI'DSON CITY ami kkal fwtatu. Kor )>ii e. A BRAUTIFUL NEW FRENCH ROOF HOI SE (1.' 1\ ? ' out mi >i i i it , rooms), water, ga% ran e. .to., $4,600; onlv $l,UJ0cash. healthy; Heights, Jersey City. ?lull . H. PLATl', opposite Court IIr?n?i?. 4 BAKEI' OR ORt.CF.R HHOUI.D PUBCHASE THK j\ cnrniT store I'ropertj on principal avenno, .ters. v Cltj ; I'rstcliis i.ulidin.' ; locattoii uperior; will bi soM lor bait cash value; no bakerv in (he vicinity. .IQIIN If. IM. ATT. Jereydty Heights. TJIOB SALE? WEST END JBBHEY CITY, N. J., I splendid lion c nnd Orontids; ml Kinds ot fruit : lar^e lion , Iron 10 to 12 rooms; otilv eight ml'iitc to ;< rr\ ; pnrtcush. THOMAS ALDBI DUE, near Court liouse. L""OR SALE? AT A SACRIFICE, THE MOST I1ANU I hi,, ih 1, rated Property, situated In Hi 1 -?< .n t'irv. N, fronting Palisade and Hergen avenue*; 10 minutes tiuin .lersej terries; containing a boat two acre* of gromd, lotmcrl know n its the "Water fur. ue.nl i>i. \ tnteiit tor caiii'slists. Apply to P. .1. 1UCHRAT11, Nassau stn it, room 2. To I.cl or Lrn'.e. TO rr.T-OV JERSEY CITV HHiiffTf, SEVER M, tlrst e|ass Holt ? . ii nt lnw to go id tenants, ranging I from to ts ;u; i iioiec location ; all modern improve 1 Blent*. THOMAS ALDBUK3 k, near Cottart House. __ ? rpo I \M-ON .IER.-EY CITY H EIGHTH, 12 FIRST I < !. ?* Houses, on Sin in lln. < 'In ?tnut, Hauldwln and ! siitnmit ;>?. enucs; g. od heiiilotis ; nil modern improve in cuts; within 2ti in mutes ot > ew Vork city by '?team and , hoiMiars; rent from fun to $1,000. For full pnrtteulnr^ f ap -l.v to or ad'in -s s. WELCII, Vyont. Petiti-* l\ tiitia ' Kail toad Office, 217 sixth street, .tils,, i it\ . I PiioPEUi i 01 t of 'run city fur SALE OK TO III; VI'. 4 I i.I7, \BETIlPOBT, N. J,, \ 4CINITY OK SINGER 4V. .M:u lime Work*, a hiint-ouie Cottage, with two Lots, i or -ale . house i outulns 7 roi ni". water and gas; op- , 1 posit. Jackson 1* r? i ? proposed 'itolbr the erection of i the stnte Cau!tot initlilni: n^.i gronndu; will sell verv i j low. Adilre-sOWM R. t <x l(W UeraUl oilier. t N I'M B E K OF FINE FARMS NR.VRSINO SING. J\ With and without rm >? >le\ ?;$I0ll to #1,900 lief acre. UOWLAND A BRANDllKTH, Sing Sing. \T A TORI V rO I! K.N f, AN EI.BtiANT RESI. j\ deuce, t'Utt i'Hcitig larre hoii-i wi ll gU modern im pi iveincnts. Uin mres "t land, Ma'de. ice I ; all i >i good condition : rent $2,'i0il; n o a smaller Hon e for Vppl.v to UBNRY TROWHKlDUli, 33 Howard street. A LABOR, NEW, FOC It STORN HOTEL TO RI.NT J\. At Orantf'. N'. J, ; tiilliurd and din ng i ooiim, cac ii v .'ill; opposite n park and n? . I r fvo depots; now vacant. Add i es^ K. W. llOliUKS, Oridyi, S. J. t DKHIHAHLI COUNTRY BKslOI.NCK Wit ; i\ aires ior sale ; II miles from cifv ; Central Railroad ot New ilerscy : half a mile from station; .<4) trains datlv ; all kinds of fruit and shrubbery in aluindiineo; price pals onlv address C. M. tint. $t' '.o, terms casv ; princlpi It \ . f I >, box iJti Herald office. 4 COM I'LKTE TWO STORV AND FRENCH ROOF ? \ new Home at Hushing; 8 minutes' walk trotn depot, :i0inliiutei from city t marble mantels, water and gas; for small casfi bawnvnt, Apply to owmr, W. K, LE WITT. M Wall street. 4 TTBACTIVE COl'NTRY HOMB? ONE IIOI'R IN ^'\ Jersey, three minute-' walk iroin depot; pcrtettly healthy ; nrlstoeratic surroundings; handsome house; 12 rooms, water, raie-:'', furnaee; modern stable (coaeh man's room) ; one nere. garden, rnnning brook, hrnutiiul i.iwn large old shade trees; (Itl.OUO; rent f.lii); photo* graph. l EHHI'SON, IBl Broadway. 4 T NKW BRTflHTON, HT4TEN ISLAND, ON BICIL J\ mond terrace and v leiuitv? Several modern Hoti.es, all Inipiivementsi rent $iiio to $'.',!"siii a year; fhmished, to $360 a i non ili ; sonie with ht'liard room < and exten sir.' grounds. W. A. coi.l.t v . Fine street ALL PEllSONi ItF. IRTNO T< ? I* I RcH\sp ok HIRE ii l*roi ? rty on tli. Hudson River, ntrni?hcd or imft'r I nt<he I, w ill find fnfl particulars with s KMI.RSON, iiji* >ixt?i avenno, near iiiittv^igiith street. PBOPBR'Pr OUT OF THE CITT FOR MALE OR TO RENT. A NICE TRUCK FARM OF 31 ACRES, WITHIN A mile <>t Flushing village, will be sold at u bargain. 1 11 ? 4 u 1 r ? ? of s. F. GOOD! NG, Flushing, L. I AT A SACRIFICE? ONLY $7,000 FOR A KINK, RBST claw brick House, new, three story and basement; splendid ltarlors. marble mantels, gus, water, beater, ratine, Ac. : good neighborhood; terms easy; ten blocks troui Thirty -fourth street itrrv. Apply at Eleventh street m l .luc tvmuv. nue. j ii ~i on ; <?i Hunter's Point AT CITY ISLAND? A HOt'SE. WITH EIGHT ROOMS, lot 100 Icet square : live inluutes to steamboat land ing, one hour trom cltv. c. W Loi NDK.s, IM Wilson street, Williamsburg. Ar verplani k s, on the hudson-the beau tllul residence or tho Into John Henry; n double Home; bam, outhouse*; all brick; will be sold very cheap : three minute*' walk trom the boat Inn Unit ; three miles from Peeksklll ; apple orchard, Iniit trees, berries, Harden. For full partn uliir-. a Idles* Mrs. GHACE E. HENRY, Terplanck a, Wentchiuter county, s. T. Ai ASIolrlA.? TO LET, A HOUSE ON REM -F.N street, with 11 rooms: gnu, water, Ac.: onc-tourtl? acre of ground ; fruit, Ac. ; pos?esslou Imuiedialolv. Ap ply to JACOB F. WRIGHT, Astoria. A* NEW BUOHTOX? TO BENT? TWO Fl It N I s 1 1 K I ? and unfurnished stone Houses, with all the modern Improvements , delightful locality; views unsurpassed ; stables, lawns and gardens, near ferry. Apply to O. <*. BENNETT, No. a Pino street. A NUMBER OF GENTLEMEN'S COUNTRY SKATS to let? Furnished and unfurnished, in vicinity of New York ; also one, furnished, at Stockbridge ; very de sirable; rent $HuO. OGDEN A i LARK, Broadway, corner Seventeenth street. Beautiful French roof cottage, 12 rooms;, Ave acres; 10 minutes' walk trom depot, Morris anil Kmc* Railroad ; 20 miles from cltv ; cheap $J,000. J. X). CON DICT, 98 Broadway. BLOOMFIELD, N. J.? FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT, trotn May 1. for six months: three minutes from depot; ?75 per mouth. Apply lo J. B. SWORD, &15 Broad way. BNOLEWOOD AND PALISADES.? CHOICE PROPER ties 101- sale or rent. Furnished Houses for Summer. CHARLES D. KELLOGG, No. 4 Pino street. J^ARMS, STONE QUARRIES, TIMBER LANDS AND town Lots lor sale by WILLIAM S. REES, Real E.i tute Agent, Mroudsburg, Monroe county, Pa. T71ARM8 TO RENT.? liO ACRES AND 130 ACRES TO J: rent on stutcn Island, and shore front, neur Huguenot station, on rnllroml; $300 and 8800 a year. MANGES 11 R Oil IE its, 21)5 Greonwlch street. For SALE- A FARM OF l!3V? ACRES, 5 MILKS west of Morrlatown, N. <T. ; price $8,000; or would ex change lor city Property. _ JOHN C A HILL, 23 Elm street. Fob sale? factory, soxsi; three dwelling Houses, 28 acres Land, 400 feet from depot ; 30 miles from New Yorkclty ; extra chance. Apply at bMITU'S, ISO Broadway. Ti^OR SALE? IN PASSAIC, N. J.. 12 ACRES OF LAND I Joining Blootnfleld avenue and High street; ten min utes' walk to the Delaware and Lackawanna Railroad depot, and the same distance to either the 1'atcrson or Newark Railroad; also. or Hi acres close by it, with house, barn, granary, two well*, nice orchard, Ac. ; al most the name distance to the Delaware and Lacka wanna Railroad, and but n short distance to either the l'uterson or Newark Railroad < ; one mile from Pascaic City; every part ot the land can be reached from the road. Apply for particulars to JOHN LAMBRECUT, 2S New street, New York. JjVjR SALE? FIVE ACRES, GOOD IMPROVEMENTS, well located, at MetHChen, N. ,1., near depot price $5, 800, payable $780 cash; balance small monthly pay ments Send lor our Journal for description of I roper ties in this loculit \ CAMPBi'.LL A PIERSON, No. 1% Park place. XT OX SALE, J; ? nnmber of Stone and Brick Buildings, With Pteum I ower and Water Privilege ; suitable lor any large manufacturing business, with Dwelling Houses for help. On line of railroad, and tramways running through It, with station ou the property, and In < onnectloti with nil other railroads leading out of Boston, ihree-uuartersof an hour's ride trom Boston. Terms of payment favora ble, or will take an interest in any line good paying busi ness or exchange for other property. Address box Post ofllee, Boston, giving real name, ftrtl address and particulars. No others will be noticed. JIOR SALE? HEAD OP LITTLE NECK 1IAY, IN FULL view of Sound, beautiful IMace of acres; house and win::, U> rooms, large dining room and | arlor, newly frescoed; bathroom and water oloset, furnace, Icehouse (filled), carriage house, fine lawn to the water front, llowen. shrubs and shade trees; bathing, bo.it in fl 1 1 - lng;six trains each way. Apply to A. J. DELATOl'U, Douglaston Station, Flushing anil North Side Railroad ; loliN C. BAILEY, ft) East Fourth street, or CHARLES W. ROGERS, No. !? Pine street. TTHiR SALE? AN ACADEMY OR BOARDINO SCHOOL r Property; buildings brick (new); iiirnlshcd ; in com plete order: modern, rooms; one acre; location near city and railroad depot, high and healthy ; price $I5,0U0, very cheap. II. M. Fl NSTON, 2i3 .Broadway, room 3. I poll SALE? A VERY DESIRABLE PBOPERTY, 70 acres, suitable for cutting up; streets graded; good buildings; 21 miles out; railroad runs throtiBh the prop ertv, depot on premises; a sure fortune for the purchaser. II. JI. Fl NSTON, 213 Broadway, room 3. IflOR SALE? A FINE RESIDENCE AT SCHRAAIJ .N burg. N. : 14 acres; large house. 14 rooms; large barn : good outbuildings : all in goi 4 order; also, all iniit trees, berries, large shade trees; three minutes' valk trom new depot, on branch of Midland Railroad : seven teen miles from New York: forty-five minutes by 1 ail; price #I4..W; the place is worth $20,000; If desired, $111,1*10 colli I remain 011 mortgage ; the rest would take 011 good mortgage in New N nrk city or Harlem. For further par ticulars address JOHN S. EN OS, tchrualcnburg, Ber gen county, N. J. Tj^OR SALE? AT ORANGE, N. J? BETWEEN BRICK r Church ami Junction stations (five iti In 11 te ?' walk from (dtlier) . or w ill exchange for New York city Proper ty, double House, with gas, wafer, Ac., Ac., with or with out I urnitiirc : ha It acre land ; price. unfurnMied, $I2,0U) ; easy terms. TAYLOR A STEARNS. No. 1*% Pine street. TflOB SALE, CHEAP? A FARM OF 200 ACRE .SEVEN miles troin Willintiisport. Pa,, with trout pi-mis, hatch .nil In.. nil iv mill ,,... ,1 I, I.r.,:. I..,. for boii-es, millpond, saw mill, good house, large burns, lint orchard, Ac. ; 9U acres cleared, raising good crops lot market, including grapes; balance heavy pine timhei (about. .-00,000 feet) : elegant stream 01 water, capable o producing millions of trout tor market; timber alon Jdr it v worih tirlee asked for whole farm. Address J. ROMA1NE BROWN, 1,2^0 Broadway. New York 70 It SALE OR LEASE? AT NYACK, N. Y., THE Commercial Dock property, suitable for the lumber anil coal business, olllce ; M ales and llNturcs complete; In iglit landed siillleieiit to p:n rent. Apply lo 1'AYLOH A SMITH, Real Estate Brokers, Nyack. . IJVOB BENT FOB THE StTMMBB? ON TOUT HILL, 1 Stateu Island, 11 line furnished House, with every modern convenience ; commodious stabling, outhouses, gre nhiiiise. well stocked garden and abundance of iruit ir i s, with . in acres of land. The .situnflon commands 11 magnificent view and isdosc to a railway station, with fri iiuent coiiimimication lo New York. Vpply 10 McAX DRhW A WANN, 10 Broadway, New York. "LU'HNIKHKI) M <?!? 10 R > UOl'Sft TO I.KT? IN NKW P ark, N. J., trom May ) lu October 1: 11 nest locution in tli>' 1 It v : fronting on n purk ; near depots; 14 rooms. Apply to I'. II. (IIE.MAN, 2,'l Broadway. ivioit rent-hevekai, h umshkh and unfur I ii Houses nt Metucbcn. X. J., rule hour IVotn Neu York : splendid country : clu :i |> Properties mid reas onable rents. St ml tor < nr Journal. (' \ MHRKId. A HI Kit SON. No. 1'. 1'ark pliee. HOMESTEAD TO 1.E.V8E I' OH THE SEASON OR lor i nt' M .ir. .it south Norwalk. Conn.? -To lease, po.s-csslnu on or belrfrc tin1 lit of May II desired, the Itill siz' il co nmoilniBs two story trainc lfnu-c. with barn and o:lirr mitbu Idliit.'', nil in tine order ; locati' li <iuc nt llto plcusatit -li n the liiii- ol tin' ' i'? v, rN mill ,\ ?? w Haven Raiirnait, ovi i lo 't- .in j ill " Siiiiml. river and harbor anil within Ave minute* ul the de| ? t hnw well turnished. u Hi 1 liti* Kit", nun in e, range, wllli hot mil cold water i> 1 1 . 1 laumlii : grounds contain ab' til acres, with largo garden, about l*H) irult tree i In mil hem lug mi I a variety o> ?i ill u nits. \ tamily IToive. Co Uim av, Wagon, Cart niul a ? ell stocked Hennery will lie le; w i It tlio premises, l or t it rtiiL-r |?.. r Lloiila : h in.iiiirc ol A. ?;. Nt rrlMl,42> Broadway, New Yor'i, or ol iltc owner, I. II. MOOIU;, on the premises, ill South Nnrwalk. Conn. MONSF.V, ROC KI.ANO COI XTV. NEW YORK, HOUSE li rooms, hum, 7 in ri . ihiindnnce el irult, tine scenery ; price til. W ill i Milan t < . j- ei:v property or mortgages. Andrew box 2.lHil, New Vork I'osi olnce. A f AIM SON, N J.-IIOISE III UK NT, FIKNISII1.I) iVi or nit Hit nl.iheil, with every cnmvnli uce ; stable, ice house Hilled), garden. Ac. \. M. I'KF.DWl't.ij, no Went Rroailway. A lultKISTOWN? TO HUNT FOR SIMMER, I.AKOK ?il Mansion : hi rooms, modem lin rovemetits; two ai res; garden, Irnit, amble*; use of horse and cow. Ad nre-? CON IMC I , hnx lfi Mnrristmrn, N. J. <<Hl,Kxn!i> residence at amuiua for hale il or exchange lor a ile ir.il>!.- llr t eln-s New Vork House : Hie property I pleasantly* si : ua tt . ? on the Cres cent, between i. runt street find Jamaica n venue: tin1 || I'liili.f Is M x ft. I'XIeh -'.oil il x2l ; I ft n oms, co.nplcto ill all appointmens; u rounds 2 "i.ii't. nlii .1 wlthnowers, iri it mid uliru'iliery ; whole uni t lie seen to be ajipro titled ntiy one ha lin; a desirable Nt v.- VorK resilience I for exchange will lintl Ihi.mii excellent i pno:' unity a l lie ! di'fi rein e will Im pit iu in cash. Apply to .1 r. jtli. Ji UN - son, Jr. . 21 I'nrlt row. OEVKEAI. NICE IIOISES IN R AIIW A Y AX!> NEW ? ? Brnn-wlck to exchange lor Hvv t it: ivell located near dc| ot. Adiir* -?< W. K. I?, hux I /I Host office, New Hi t: u- xi ii k. N .1. Ol'hCl I, US aNH CAI'ITAII I. ATTENTION !? I'.r sale III I'hllodelphia.? Twejii* i?.? i".') acres of I, mid In li e i went;, sixth ward ol Phll'u It p da, on roskcr street, betwi ii seventeenth iiinl Twenl! tli streets and Reed ami Morris st reels, i portion oi the city rabidly being i' nit up mid ? ii ii ii a 1 1 \ iiien axing in value having doubled in value in Ho pa?t five yi ar?. Apply to JAR F.van i I n onth llroad street, fro ci.osi, \ n i.-i\n i> ikaki.k nwEi.idN.J 1 I and eight l ot* ot ('round, at Rim n-wood, adloining A-torla, near steamlioiil landing an. I directly oppo?lle | resldeiue ot llr Banlerd: hone linlltot -lone in most nul s'.u utiHl ma n no r, V7\it7: 11 rooms; Mill he sold on vi rv eusv terms ami al u. eat bar. i In. Apply to JERU. .loilNSoN. dr.. 21 I'nl'k row. New \ ork. rP(l .l.l.T ? A FINK THREE STORY I 1 1 11, AMF I, I'll I A ! I brick, brown stone' trimming-, h xh si mp, hot and i cold water, bathroom, Ae., nil in tout repair, together : with n larfe irult garden: bor e ears pins lie door, and | oniv two blocks I roll! New ^ .irk il'poti rent low. For ; parllculars apply to THOMAS M t lU'foX, RM Itro.td stri el, or XVi High street, Newark, X. .1, rpo 1,F.T? AT HOMI'TON HI, I INS. N, ,1., ONE HOUR 1 I from New Vork. 2', Str.ry Honse and 9 acres of I I, anil ; plenty ol Irult, berries. irnod barn and out buildings. 1. C. SANDFORII, IfiS Bowery. nnvo FINE RKSrOEXCES, IN* FM SIIIN'O VIM.AOR. I can he boti. hi mi i erv a iMiniaxcoiix t irins. iiniulro ot s F. UOO HI NO, Flushing, I,. I. rpo RE NT- AT NEW BRHillToN, HEVKRAIj FOR i nlslied iiinl onfiirnlsbed Houses, with nil the miHiern Improvements; commodious stables, tine garden*, lawn; liH'aiitv unsurpassed ; SB iniiiiiies imm VSail street; atre iiu ed routs. E i). tut I h ki.n, mi Mroadway. T) RENT IN NEWARK, A 1 1 \ N 1 i-t iM EI.Y Mi lilshetl House, near depot to New Vork: 12 rooms; large garden : line location, and attractive hoine, nt a moderate rent ; or a pari only, with all tlie convenience* lor housekeeping. Apply, as above, it Miatii street, or to HKEW.VIER KISS A.M. ill Broadway, N. V, rpo RE NT? FrRNIslIED, A COTTAOK, ON TOOT I II ill, Htaten Island, with garden, shade trees; line view niul caxv communication with New York. Appiy to Mi'A?Ni>iiEW A w ANN, w Broadwav. New \urk. PROPERTY OCt OF THE CITY FOR BALE OR TO KENT. TO RENT? AT M1LLBURN, N. J., ONE MILE PROM depot, a partly tUrnlshed Cottage, nine rooma; fine Iruit ami shade ; l am, Ac. ; rent moderate. Address V., box 142 Herald office. C*1 Qfm TO $.!,!*? ? SEVERAL .SMALL BOOBS an 1 Lots lor fale, ut the above price*, at Wcstfleld, N. J. ; Centra! Railroad of New Jvrse.v ; beat road in America ; on.' hour Iron the city. Rikl.u. Hi-.sse A CO., No. 5 Pine street._ dt?o rnn will but a oorheb store and Dwelling with two Lots, at wing Sing; house new; renin lor $35 per month; running springs; lull view of the Hudson; three minutes' walk troin denot. Address 3ii5 Fourth street, Willtamsbure, ?r cm premise* of ii. II. THOMPSON, Broadway and Market street, Sing Sing, N y. nnn ?RE**. ftth; COUNTRY SKAT, 13 ?#>" J.VM/l/i room's pantries, closets, stationary tnbs,

l?ri ail vernndas; acre garden; 10 minutes' walk to depot Central Itailroad, N. J. Box 14 tSomerville, V J. <t>ft nnn vnu, but a housk of ? rooms, ?P'l.tMlw first class bara nnd 4 acres of land, in one ol t lie most dclighttul locations in America for In al'li; on the Erie Itailroad, above Patnrsou Urn-* looking tor places in the couutry must look at the Herald without luil. RIKliK, HESSE A CO., No. :> l'lnr street. dCfl HIM* POU NICE HOUSE OF EIOIIT ROOMS? JPO.UUU fruit of ail kinds: lot 42x210; first clas.- loca tion ; best part o< Rahway ; terms easy. K I K lilt, HESSE .v CO., No. 5 Pine street. rnn-NO less. wiij. buy a nice hoisf. ?ptJ??)UU on very high ground, lialf nn acre. 35 minutes from Now York: .New llaven Railroad ; commu tation $7l) only. RIKKIt, IIESSli A I'll., No Pine street. Hill nnn FOR A HliAC Til l I. llorSK, 4tx5t. LOT ijP I 1 ?' M rvy 2'?)x231 ; plenty of fruit and shade trees; six minutes' walk troin depot, on the Central Itailroad of New Jersey. This is very cheap and terms are easy. BJKER, HESSE A CO., No. 5 I'iue street. <3?i?> r;/w\ for a first c lass country bbsi ?7> I " M ' dencr and about 30 acres; two barns; fruit : buildings in good order; one hour from city by the Hentral Itailroad of New Jersey; only road out of New York entirely free from dust. BIKER, HEsSK A CO., No. 5 Pine street. Aftll WILL BUY A COUNTRY SEAT, ABOUT iplU.UUl/ 40 acres, with lurge modern house, good barns anil outbuildings; land alone Is worth more than the above figure: house, barn, Ac., worth $K,U00; on the Central Railroad of New Jersey; one hour from Wall street. BIKER, HESSE A CO., No. J I'lne street. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE, \ T M ONTCL AIR. ?FOR SALE CHEAP, OR WILL EX J V change, a plot of Land, about 3(-j acres; splendidly si i u. ceil lor building purposes ; fronts on three si resets, and wit liin lllteen minutes' walkot twodepots; neighborhood improving fast; at-o a corner Lot, about WxSUU. Address MoNTCLAIK, Herald oihce AN KLKOANT ESTATE? MO ACRES IMPROVED land, splendid mansion, outbuildings, trout ponds, 4c. ; equity $50,1)90; to exchange for improved Brooklyn or city Properly ; aNo House on Twenty-eighth street, near Broadway ; equity $15,000; to exchange tor Dwell ing uptown. WILLIAM I'Li'KK It, 22) Fifth avenue. A? ELEGANTLY PURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED . Houses for sale, to let or exchange : Hudson Kiver, Harlem, New llaven roads and State u Island, by WIL LIAM TUCKER, 2.10 Filth avenue. A ?PRIVATE HOUSES FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE, -a V.? third avenue Property lor sale and exchange, Tenemont Property for sale and exchange, for Farms. Applv to JOHN FEl'TltETCH, 1,031! Third avenue. A FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE, OR MUR JV ra.v II 111, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, and $10,000 cash to exchango for Lots, Tenement or avenue Property. Address CASH PRICE ONLY, licrnld Uptow n Branch office. TjlXCHANQE? FOR DWELLING ON SKA SHORE AND lli other property, Factory 218 West Thirty-seventh street, 10,000 ucros umber Lauds, anil Mill near Canal and Utica. PARTRIDGE, 138 Broad street. IJIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? A BRICKYARD, FORTY ' acres of superior Clay Lands, 5 Houses, Stables, f-hed-. FixtUro.s and Machinery. In working order;over 2,0i?i i ot navigable river front, dock, Ac., within 10 miles ; of Nev York, on easy term", or purt city property. Ap ply tu c. CLINTON, 16 Hudson street, llobekeu. If OR SALE OR EXCHANGE? HOUSE AND LOT 33 West Nineteenth street, between Broadway and Fourth a venn", and House and Lot 52 West Niueieenth street, suitable lor a manufactory. Apply at 52 West Nineteenth street, between Filth utnl Sixth avenues. EpoR SALR OR EXCHANGE-ON MARCY AVENUE, Brooklyn, 3 two storv and basement Cottages, In j good older und well rented. Apply to owner, 279 Fourth | avenue, New York. 17<OR SALE CHEAP OR EXCHANGE FOR A CITY House? A splendid Country f eat and Farm of 75 acres, I near Railway, N. J. ; tine buildings. fruits, Ar. BELLY BROTHERS, t06 Broadway. I10K SALE, TO LET OR EXCHANGE? A LARGE FAC tory, with Engine, Boiler and Elevator in Rrooklvn, near the lorries. Address box 3,183 Pull oUlce, New York. hlOR SALE, TO LET OK WILL EXCHANGE? A FUR nislied or unturni?hed line corner 3 story high sloop I) row i) stone liou-o, .D.tixtfi; In order; will lake a good tenement house in exchange ; would not bo in market un lets tor sickness in owner's tally. Apply to .1 AMES kovvk, 017 Tiiird arenas. VfTACK.? A HANDSOME NEW TWO STORY FRENCH i.\ rout' Mouse -. all modern improvements ; heailtiiully located on the river; near depot anil steamboat; will be exchanged lor New York Properly. Address NYACK, box 133 lleraid olllec. FTto EXCHANGE- FRENCHMAN'S ISLAND, ON LAKE J. Oneida, 10 miles from Syracuse by rail. Hotel, bil liard 'room, bowling alley, tree and clear, tor Brooklv n or New York Property. C. C. WAYLAND A AYMAR, 163 Fulton street, N. Y. "ANTED? TO SELL OB XXOUANOB FOIt, MF.B chnndise, 2,0110 acres choice Texas Land, adioining the Texas l'ncillc Railroad in Van Zand; countv, Texas. Titles perfect in every respect. For particulars address r. c. IIEAKNE, box 158 Galveston (Texas) i'ostortlce. C; i H i ii ii i cash and a country seat at bay. ? ? 1 side will be exchanged for n well located House in this city. DUNN <* SBAICH, 202 Broadway. KOK S\I,K. mil B8T ABLISH ED .103 PEINTINQ ESTAB lishment mr sale. Location nnsurpaa* 1 ; >-11 ce ? 1 operation forty years; extraordinary chance to make oney. Particulars 23 Chambers street. GEORGE W. SIM I. US' Store Agency. HOUSE FURNI8HING STOBE AMD TIN WABB store lor sale.? Located great thoroughfare ; estnb lied tw 1 ntv years; business $2J,dtW year 1 bargain. Par ?tiluri -?! Chumber^ tr?'et. GEM KGB W. STMER8' Store Agency. WELL ESTABLISHED B M IT AND SHOE STORE lor - lie.- Loading 1 ncss thoroughfare; extensive ili trade; enterprising party very rare investment, irticuiar- -J Oliumbcrs street. OhORGi. \Y. S1MERS' store Agency. N 11I.O ESTABLISHED LEATHER AND SHOE Finding Store tor sale. ? Located large city Pennsyl 1I.1 ; well known ; farornblv patroni/ced ; sold conse .?uee deulh. Particulars ;Si Chambers street. GEOKUE W. SIMKKS' Store Agency. CONFECTIONERY. TOY AND VARIETY STOBE (or ale. ? Located leading avenue ; long lease; low lit; small capita re ,11. red; splendid chance. Purlieu r-i .'.1 Chuuiln is street. ohoRGK W/SIMERS' store- Vgeney. IB OPPOBTUNITY.? FOB SALE, A FIRST elu^-i Grocery Store, siluati d on one o( tbe best cor ners 011 Third avenue; stock Iresh nud selected with the utmost cure; good lea 0. The owner having two stores \vi In to dispose ol oiieot tliem. Apply at 022 Third uv. t 1 1 A N't; E TO PURCHASE CHEAP? THE STOCK, _ <??). d Will and Lca-e (two vearsl of a promuieni iiiuor Store, on Second avenue, uearciepoi. V ACHE A BROWN, 971 iliird avenue. ( RNEB LIQUOR STOBE, NEAR CATHARINE tern . Brooklyn, for sale cli 'ap. Inquire of N. vie i< iLDKlCK. an i' 111 ihiug avenue, corner ot Oxford street, 1 ? oklyn. I iqi OB STOBE. 1. rABLl Sfil l? 29 S . \ R T'l : I c-t ? t in I in Brooklyn, tor ?< ile ; rein $30: I years' f ; ilxtures complete; price $AWX Apply to Cult.NE KELEHi l?, 12tf Green wlcli street. COOD BOARDING HOUSE FOR SALE IN iV Brooklyn; lull of boarder ? For nil particulars ap ply, fur one week only, to H M. ABB TT, 60 Now Bowery. \ ?CORN Fit LI y I 'OR .STORES FOR SALE CHEAP; a\ ? l>. -t Inl ine-.- location-; 11N0 down'own -iiiriU e llooill--, Mo '. > u 1 1 . Hotels, Oyster Saloons, Chop Houses. >1 IT* lrLL'S More Agency. 77 Cedar street. V im., N 1 ? ; i > RE. TA l KANT FOB SALE.? BEST l>u - nt ss local! 'n; also lint Mores, Drug stores, Moii. -ry Si res,' l.ar .-lores, Country Grocery Stores, lit Mallti acliiring RnslneM. M 1 1 Gil i.LL's tore Agency , 77 Cedar -tr?Ct. ? BAK1 UIKS FOB SALE; ALSO COUNTRY BAKE ? nc?. Coiliectiom ries, Salo.ns, Butt r mid Produce : il lo 11 It men's I urtii-di'uj Oooils Stores, Mineral 1 o oil Water Manufactory. Ml i c : I i.l L'N .-tore Agency, 76 Cedar street FII ST CLV S GROCERY AND LIQUOR STORE lor sa\ ? Doing nn excellent bu-in ?>; long lease 1111 I low i' lit. For particulars apply at ft.' Cannon st. ?OLD ESTABLISHED EXPRESS AND TRUCKING , liudnessm rare eii.ui'f t i the rignl >ers>n;-uti lidory re 1 Mils given lor s lim/. Apply between U and II o'clock A. M? at I'll West fhlrty -eeond street, tor two days. j I710R SALE OHBAP, Foil CASH ? F llTsr CLA-'S 1 small Grocnry, JM Bridge street. Brook I vn. Ex Ulllill store and call oil 1 olollCl W II. 1' KG? IE, 3.V> Greenwich street. LV>|{ s \t.E? A PROMINENT THIRD AVENUE FA.M I ily Li(|iior Store, with llirce years' l ease ; also a Cir cular front Con). e, Horse and llRrness. in perfect order; will he -.il I very clie.i , . as ti e owner nas other bm.ne -s to attend to. Call at PATRICK KENNKY'fci, 983 Socolld avenui1. * Lio:. ALE? LEASE, GOOD WILL, TRUCKS, AO., Of " the old es'ablMted wholesale and retail /lonr and Feed store, > i First avenue, near Thirly-fourtli street. i.lolt MALE? A II t N DSOMK SET OF FRENlTTt ' Bron/.es, three lar.'c iilcce". at a sacrillce If upplieil lor on Monday. Ill West Twellth street. F^OR sale? A SPLENDID saloon, with BF.STAU runt and billiards, known as "Oil l Fellows' Hall, " corner ornnd ami iviige s. reels. For luil particulars i i) r) ii ire on the premises. tfolt SALE? THE OLD ESTABLISHED CIGAR STOBE r 149 Third a vtoue, with Lease, stock unJ Fixtures, at a very low pri e. Inquire at the place. Ellin SALE IN BROOKLVN? \ FIRST CLVSS ORO eery, with Horse aad Wagon; gool location; low rent; clieup tor cash, as owner lias other bo-lii' ss in llie countrv. ini|iiiio ol UOK Ai'OMSI'OCK, Greenwich street. ISHMI SALE STOCK AND HXIUUI OF A SLABS ' ami crockery store on one oi the l>est avenues iu ilio citv; will be sold cheap tor cash ; good reason lor selling. Address A. B., box Ut Herald I ptown Branch oflloe. lilOB SAL1? IA.S09 WILL BVY A FIRST CLASS I*. corner Grocery Store, on one of the best avenue* in t lie citv, with (line years' Lease. Inquire at 6-6 ililid avenue, cigar store. ? j FIOIl SALE? AT A SACRIFICE, AN OYSTER SALOON, doing a good business; ulsoa llorsc, Oy-tcr Cart and Ham. -.; Mipaniiciy vr tygcUwr. Apj'iy ou jiicuiisi-s, aJ j Diu-ioU tUvut. FOR 8ALW. F^OK SALE-FIVE SILVER PLAIED MANSARD Counter Cases und Counter*; also stock of Hosiery nnd Fancy Goods. Apply at 237 Greenwich street, near Barclay. Fob sale cheap.? three yeais' lease of Part of Store 3ti3 South street, corncr of Montgomery ; a desirable location for a party wishing to open a liquor store. Apply to STBINOHAM Jt CARPENTER, 372 South street Hotel lease pgr hale? witimn ten miles ok New York and near Jerome race track. For full particulars inquire of P. C. BAKER, corner of Wall and south streets. Hat store, stock, fixtures and lease fob sale, at halt the real value, on easy terms. Apply to H. U. LEASK, corner of Chatham and Pearl streets. _ MILK Rol IF. 1(|R SALE? ALL COMl'LLTE; nearly ull private trade ; selling over a*) quarts per day ; must be soid. Apply at 13rt West Fortieth street. CAFES, ALL SIZES AND MAKERS, CHEAP FOR O cash. Dry (lllud Safes are tlronrooi until tested hy lire. O. C. QUIRK'S Sale Marl, 81 Maiden lane, near Gold street. OAFEH.? A L A I ! < > E ASSORTMENT OF PIM'uND 0 liaiitl Sates ot all styles a ad sizes for sale cheap. Call and examine at AMERICAN STEAM SAI-E COMPANY, 3oti Broadway. rp H F. LEASE, STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A OBO 1 cerv store lor sale? Doing a Rood business; will sell cheap. Cad at 411 Tenth avenue. A MACliiNKlt V. MEh' PORTABLE, TALE VERTICAL, SLIDE AND _ . cut-off horizon tul. hoisting an I pumping Enfines, nil size*; also Boilers on hand; improved Saw and Grain Mills Hoar's Variety and other Wood working Machines; 12x18, 20x42. 11x24 anil Boiler and three-horse portable; good second haud Engines cheap. EDWARD P. HAMSON. Its Cortland! St., New York. A SPECIALTY? HORIZONTAL ENGINES? WE HAVE on hand 7x10. 8x12, l?* 1 2, 10*16, lljtlrt, 12x24, 13x30, 14x24, 14x30, 1(5x36, lCx3t>, lHx2?. Sant|i cs can tie seen at 3H Cortlandt street ; second hand Engines taken In ex change. WHITE!) I LL, SMITH A Co., .Manulacttircrs, Newbnrg, N. Y. AT WILSON A ROAKE'fl, WATER AND DOVER streets a twa-borso Baxter, also horizontal, upright, portalile anu hoisting Engines, Boilers, Pumps, shut ting and Pulleys, new and second hand. J?NGINB, 10X38 ; 1SX42; COMPLETE. IN RINNINU 'J order: with or wlLhoat Boilers; two Sets Cylinder oilers; would exchange lor worn out ones. JOHN STUART, 191 Broadway. PLANER FOR SALE CHEAP? IN GOOD RUNNING order; Daniels' No. fi; 19 feet long, 31 Inches wide. Inquire at No. 6 Bedford street. WANTED? AN EN GINS OF SO TO 100 HORSE TT power, and Boiler of I'Oto 185 horse power; or two Boiler-, ot 60 horse power each. Address, stating age, quality and price, UEORtJE. W. COLTON, box 3,772 Post office. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS. C1UNARD LINE. ) The British and North American Royal Mall Steamships, between New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork Harbor. From New York. 'RUSSIA Wed., April IS CALABRIA. . .Sat., April 10 ?JAVA Wed., April -3 PARTHIA Sat., April 2ti "CUBA Wed. , April 30 ?SCOTIA Wed.. Mav 7 AHYS8YNIA . . .Sat. May 10 ALGERIA.... Weil. May 14 BATAVIA Sat., Mav 17 and every following Wednesday ntid Saturday Irom New York, steamers marked thus ? do not carry steerage passengers. Rales ol Passage? Cabin, $80, $100 and $130, gold, ac cording to accommodation. Ticket" to Paris. $15, gold, additional. Return tickets on favorable terms. Steer age, $30, currency. Steerage tickets from Liverpool and Queenstown, and all parts of Europe, at lowest rates. For freight and cabin passage apply atthc company's oflicc. No. 4 Howling Green ; lor steerage passage, at 111 Broadway, Trinity Building. CHARLES O. FRANCKLYN, Agent. Or to P. II. DUVERNET, corner ol Clark and lluudolph streets, Chicago. III. North german lloyd steamship company? For Southampton and Bremen. The steamship BREMEN, Captain II. Schulenlmrg, will sail on Wednesday, April 16. at 2 P. M.. from Bremen pier, loot of Third street, Hohoken, to ho followed by Steamship MAIN, Captain K. Von Oterendorp, on Saturday, April 19. RATES OK PASSAGE TO LONDON. HAVRE AND BREMEN, payable in gold, or lhi equivalent in currency. First Cahin #120 Second Cabin 72 Steerage 30 For freight or passage apptv to OELBIC1IS A CO., Agents. No. 2 Bowling Green. WHITE STAR LINE. >V FOR OCEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. New and tall-powered steamships. Sailing irom New York on Saturdays, trom Liverpool oil lit mad ays, calling at Cork Harbor each way. ADRIATIC Saturday, April lit, at 10:30 A. M. BALTIC .Saturday, April 26. at .1 P. M. CELTIC Saturday, Mav 3, at 10:30 A. M. OCEANIC Saturday', May 10, at 10:31 A. M. ?From the White Star doc k, Pavonia ferry, Jersey City. Passenger accommodations lor all classes unrivalled, combining safety, speed and comfort. Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms In midship section, where least motion is felt. Surgeonsand stewardess accoinnanv the steamer. Rates? Saloon. $100, gold; steerage, $3'>in currency. Those wishing to send tor friends in the old country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $32, cur rencr. Passengers hooked to or fl'.'in all parts ol America to Paris, Hamburg, Norwav, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ae. Dra Us from ?1 upwards. For inspection ot plans and other information apply it thflNjompanv's office, 19 Broadway, New York. Bills of lading Issued to Continental port*. J. H. sPakks, Agent. 1 N.MAN LINK. For Queensrown nn<1 Liverpool. Royal Mail steamers are appointed to nail us follows: CUT oh' WASHINOfON Thursday, April 17, 9 A. M. CITY OK ANTWERP Saturday. April if, MA. M. CITY UK LIM EK1CK Thursday, April J4, 2 1\ M. CITY OK LONDON Saturday, April 26, 2 I*. M. CITY OK NEW YORK...; Thur-day, May 1,9 A. M. ? Il'Y OK PARIS Saturday. May s. 11 A. M. and each. ucceeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier 4S, North River. R ATES OK PASSAOE. ('ahin, $$5 and $100. gold . aeeoniiug to accommodation. Round trip ticket* ::t low rate*. St<eratre. ? To Liverpool, yneenstown, Glasgow, Lon donderry, London, Bristol or Card ill, $ l'repaid certi ficates, $3J, currency. Piisneugers also t'nr warded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Paris at reduced rates. l?r:iit- issued at lowest rale k. Knrraidn passage and general business apply at the Company's o.tf\ce, is Broadway. , Kor steerage passage, 3.1 li road way. JOHN <i. DALE, Aff^nt, or to O'DONNELI. A KAl'I K. 402 Chestnut ulreet, Philadelphia. M. s. CltKAOU, If K! State street, Boston. F. C. BROWN, 86 South Market street, Chicago. WM 1XMAN, Liverpool, and So. 9 Rue ^ >? r 1 1 i<-, Paris. ?\TAT10NAL LINK OK STK \MEllS. i.\ Weekly to Quecnstown and Liverpool; fortnightly to l.ondon direct. TO Ql' EF.NSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, irom piers 44 and 47 North River. FRANCE, Thomson . Monitor. April 14, at S F. M. SPAIN, Oraeo Saiurday April li?, at in A. M. ITALY . Ur.;H saiurday, April 2t>, at 3 P. M. GRl.KCK, ihomas ...Saturday, May 3, ut 10 A. M. KOR LONDON" Dittfcrr. DENMARK, Sumner. Thursday, May 1, at OA. M. i ll I-.SI-: STl A MSIil PS ARK THE I YROFST IX THE TllADE. Cabin passage, $?i) and $?*?>, currency. Sje. r '?i'. tJi>. currt ncv. Prepaid steerage tickets irom Liverpool, Queenstown, LoDdoiideri' v. Glasgow. ( ardiit'. llrisiol or London, Clll Al'l. t III \N HV ANY OTHER LINE. For further information applv at the cotnoany's otllce, 69 liroadway. K. W. J. Ill 'RISC, Mattaiter. IT NIT EI) r.V KS M VIL LINK.? STEAM TO QL'EENS. J town and Liverpool. Sailing every Wednesdav. IDAHO, Morgan Ajril 16, at.1 P.M. Ml.NNKriOlA, Kreeman April .3, at2,'a I'. M. i r .in pier til North River. Cabin pas-a ;c, #>?> gold : steerage, $:W currency. Prepaid ticket", 932 currency. Pas-angers booked to and irom Paris, ilamluirz, Nor w.iy and Sweden, Ac Drafts on Ireland, England, France and Ucrinanv at lowest rates. Applv to U ILLIAM8 A UUIOK, *9 Broadway. A NCIIOR LINK. A SSTiiiAM TO LIVERPOOL DIRECT. The magniiicent steamer T IN U'KIV sails (rem pier 20 North River, on I ri lav, April 18, at noon. CaMna. fIS and *7 >, eurn ncv. Intermediate, * v. Sieemgc, HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agents. No. 7 Bowling Green. 0 Ni.Y DIRECT LIVE TO FRANC 8. THE GENERA L TRANS ATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STK A M ' II I I'S BETYVKKN NhW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING VT lilt >T The pit nd id M" e's on 'his favorite route for the Con tiix lit will sail irom pier No. !*J North River, as fol lows :? VILLI-' DP 11 VYRE, Snrmont Satnrdnr, April I t I'l.lt K1 Rl , I la ii re Saturday, May 5 WASHING TO.v, Roii-mii Saturday, May 17 ST. LAURENT, Leniarie .....Saturday, May 31 PRICE OK PAS** AO 3 in ooi.D Including wine) TO HRKST OR HAVRE, First Cabin. $LS: Second Cabin, $75. Excursion rickets at reduced rates. These stoamers do not carry steerage pawen^ors. American traveller* going to or returnina irom the ContJ ien; of Europe by Mkliw this line, avoid both transit by Knflisli railway end thfl discomforts of cross in.' the ? bannel, besides savin* time, trouble an I ex 1 ' " t- GEORGK M VCKENZIE, Acent.ftS Broadway. rrtHK hanburo-aMkricax fackit company's 1 iron m. ii! stianislnp . SILESIA, Captain C. Ileblch. will ? ill on Thnrsdny, April 17, ni 2 P. M., tor linintui rg, w taking pnsscngcrs from New Vork to Plymouth, l.ondon, Cherbourg and Hamburg. Kir<l Cabin. $l2ti. Second Cabin, $72. steeriKC, $ "1; payable In I'nltcil states golrl. Kl'XIlAHDl A CO., C. I!. KIi IIAIMi.V BOAS, ticncral Agents, Ocncral Passeniter A-enis, 61 Broadway, N< w Vork. til Broadway, New York. The KRISIA will snll April 24. The SAX< >N1 A. ns exi ra steamer direct, April 19. (IOOK'8 El ROPE A N TOl'llS-OVKR ONE TIIOL'S J and in number, at reductions from in to 4S per cent below ordinary (arcs, by an Hues of steamers. To Vienna, eufbty- even routes; ti, I h |y, si'venty-IWo routes, t'lr cular tickets lor Ireland, Scotland, hwllzcrlaml, tho Rhine, Ac., by all routes irom London. Tickets issued anil berths on steamer* secured. fnoi<, SON A .IENK1NS, 2ii2 Rroadwav, New York. "Cook's Excursionist" lor April, giving tares, expenses, Ae., lor all tours, now rcadv; price lOe. LONDON, A?'.? Wll. has room tor a tew more passengers. First cabin, t Sand $."0 currency. Si e, >iiti cabin, $.'>0 currency. steer ipe $.ii currency. Apply to the agents, . ARCHIBALD B.VXTF.R A CO., 17 Broadway. YORK TO CARDIFF, BRISTOL, LONDON. Ii i he new st< amshiti PEM BHOKB, i aptain H. C li nils. I cing detained till Monday, 14th Inst, has FMTROPBA1I travi llrrs will find trunks i lor.-iutc rooms and <-ontinrntol trayj^ Chalii nnd Rugs lor the steamers, Ac., at JOHN ( A TrNAt 11 S, 7<6 Broailwuy, near Asior place (removed Ifoia eoruer -lu.iUway aud Wall street). IirROPEAX STEAMSHIPS. ^ ANCHOR LINK. Steamer* Mil (ram pier 20 North River. New York. TKVErY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. * hIDONIAN.. .Wed., April lti AUSTRALIA.. .Sat.. May S CALIFORNIA.Snt, April 1# ISMAILIA Wed., M?V 7 OLYMI'lA. . ..Weil., April2S V ICTORIA Sat., May 10 INDIA Hat., April 26 CAHTAUA. . . .Wed. Mav 14 COLUMBIA. .Wud., AprilSU ANGLIA Sat., May 17 The passenger accommodations on steamer* ol this line are unsurpassed lor elegance and comfort. Cabin state rooms are ail on upper deck, thus securing good "light anil ventilation. __ RATES OF PASSAGE TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, OK LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamer*. Wednesday steamers. _ , , Gold. Currency. Cabins $70 and $65 $75 and $fcs < 'aidii return tickets, secur ing best accommodation*.. $1:41) $130 STEERAGE, $30 CUKRENCY. Ticket* for passage to or fVoin any a?a port or rail war station in ureal liritain, Ireland or the Continent issu< d at lowest rate*. DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT KATES. Company's offices, No. 7 Bowling i liven. New York. HENDERSON BROTHERS. Agcuts. N. B.? CALIFORNIA Bails at U A. M? April 19. Just published, "The Trip to Europe." a magazine of information for <H'eun travellers; can Liu had iree of charge on application. UNITED STiTES PASSPORT BUREAU. ? OFFICIAL Passport* ol the Department of State Issued by A. C. WI M.MAKTH, United State* Court House, 41 < lumbers st. COASTWISE^ 8TKAMMH1PB. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Line to CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA, via Panama, carrying mail*, passenger* and freight to Asp In wall, Panama, Santa Mariha, Ureytown and Pacific coast of Mexico, Central America, Peru and Chile. April 19. 1873? Steamer OCEAN i^UEKN, Captain Sea bury, will leave pier 42 North Wiver, at 12 o'clock noon, lor Aspinwail direct, connecting at Panama with the steamer MONTANA, Captain Nolan, touching at Aca pulco, ManzaniHo, Mazatlan, and also connecting for ail Central American and South Pacific port*. Departure* ol J .tli and 20th of, each mouth connect with thu com I anv's steamer touching at Han Benito, Tonata, Salina Cruz and i'ort Angel. steamer CHINA will leave San Francisco April IS. 187 1, tor Japan and China. For rale* of passage, freight an 1 all further Information apply at company's oiHce on the pier, foot of Canal street. F. R. BABY, Agent C COLUMBIAN MAIL STEAM PACKET LINE, FOR ) Matanzas and Havana, carrying the United States mail.? The 1 1 rat class side-wheel steamship SANTIAGO I>K CUBA, Captain J. W. Reynold*, will sail from pier No. 4 North Kiver on Tuesday, Ainil 1", at 3 P. M. For freight or passage apply to C. L. GUILLEAUME A CO., Agents, 14 Broadway. FOIt NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.? THE STEAMER GEN KKAL SEDGWICK, Captain Evans will leave pier 21 East liiver, April ? , at 4 l . M. Freight received dally. Through rates given to Galveston, Indinuola, Rockportor Aruiua* wharf, Brazos, Santiago aiul St. Louis. CabiB passage, $60; steerage, $28. For freight or passage apply to C. H. MAX LORY A CO., 151 Maiden lane. UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP Company. The elegant screw steamship MERRIMACK, 2,000 ton# burden. Captain W, Weir, will sail tor St. Thomas, Para, Pernanibuco, Balila and Rio de Janeiro, on Wednesday, April 23, at 3 o'clock i\ M., from pier 13 North Kiver. For freight or passage apply to W. K. GARRISON. Agent, No. 5 Bowling Green. tTNITKD STATES MAIL TO HAVANA AND MEXICO, J HAVANA, PROGKESO AND VERA CRUZ. New V'ork and Mexican Mail Steamship Line, leaving pier No. 8 North Kiver, at 3 P. M. E\ ERY THURSDAY. CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) April 17 CITY OF MERIDA (Havana only) April 24 CLEOPATRA illiiMina and Mexico) May 1 CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) May 8 CITY OF MKKIDA (Havana only) May 15 For Il-eight or passage apply to F. ALEXANDRE k SON'S, 88 Broadway. OAMAN'A. ? FOR PUERTA PLATA, SAMANA AND ST. Doniingo City. The United States mail steamship TYBRK, Captain' E. A. Dolancy, will leave |>ier No. 4 North River on Thursday, April 17, at 3 P. M. Bills of ex change on Puerla Plata, Sauiaua and St. Domingo City, in sums to suit purchasers, tor salo. For freight or passage apply to SPOFFOR" iD BROTHERS A CO., 2D KroadwaV. VTEW YORK AND BERMUDA STEAMSHIP LINE. JA For Hamilton and St. George, Bermuda, carrying the United Stales Mall, and sailing fromplor37 North River, a* follows:? Shlewheel steamship HATTER AS, Captain Lawrence, Wednesday, April 16, at 8 o'clock P. M. side wheel steamship ALBEMARLE, Captain Read* Thursday, April 34, at 3 o'clock P. M. For freight or passage, having elegant aeeommoda* tlots, apply to LUNT 1IROTII KRS, 28 South street. Texas line of galveston steamer*, touch ingut Kev West, carrying the United States mail. The steamer CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, c.ipiain Pen nington, is now receiving freight at pier 20 East River, ainl will sail Saturday, April 111. Ti\ rough bills of lading given to Houston, either by the G. 11. and 11. It. It. <?' In the Houston Direct Navigation company, and to ail points on thn Galveston, IK.ustou and ilendersoii and B, B. and C. Kiilroad. Noehnrtrc for forwarding in New York. For lreiglit or passage apply to c. II. M \LLoftY k CO.. 153 Maiden lane, or W. P. CLYDE, llit Wall street. ^"EW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE. These first class steamships will sail every Tue^dav atl P. M., from pier 13 North River (foot of Cedar street), for llavtnn direct, as follows:? Steamship CRKSCKNT CITY Tuesday, April 15 Steam-hip WILMINGTON Tu '?day, April'Ji Sti ainshlp MORRO CASTLE Tuesday, April 24 For freight or passage (having mugtuflcent accommoda tions) apply to WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.. 119 Wall street. D. M'KELLER, \gontin Havana. IpOK NEW ORLEANS 1HIJECT. The Cromwell steamship Lino. The steamship GEORGE CROMWELL, Captain Samuel L. Clapp, will leave pier No. 9 .North River, om Saturday, April at 3 I'. M. Freight* recolved dally. Through rales triven to Oalveston, Indianola. Rock tort or Aranzas wharf, Brazos, SantluKo and St. Louis. Cabin passage, $fs); steerage, For freight or pas ?age apply i" < i"Kh a sea man, M ww> street. I IOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. 1 MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE, from pier No. North River, at 3 o'clock P. M. EMILY B. SOl'DKR, on Saturday April 19. Freight received daily. Through rates iriven for St. Louis. Viek-tnirg, Mobile. Galveston and Indiaiinla. For freight or passage (having superior accommoda tions) apply to FKKDKRIC 11AKKK, 90 Broadway. FOR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.? The Old Doiplnion steam hip Company will despatch from pier 37, N' rili itiver, their elegant steamship ISAAC BELL, H l 'i ken i a ii. for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on .-'at unlay, April 12. giving tliroit.'h tdilsoi lading to all points *onih and Southwest. Through passenger tickets issued to all points. Accommodations unequalled. Ap ply at pier 37 or nt the general office, 1*< Greenwich street, corner of Dey. ? TR AVELLKK9' GUIDE. ? - V\LL RIVER LINE FOR BOSTON, via Newport and I'all River. The world-renowned steamers BRISTOL and PROVT D1 NCE leave pier 2rt North Itiver, foot ol Murray street, dally (.Sunday* excepted i. A, P. BACON, Superintendent FOR BONDOVT ANI> KINGSTON? LANDING AT Coatzen's nock. Cornwall, Ncwlmrg, Milton. Pough keepsie and E ojmim. ? The steamboat /lit) *1 AS CORNELL will make ber first trip on Saturday, A; rll 12, and will run regularly therealter every Tue day, Thursday mi 1 Satur day, leaving llMrrison street pier 31 .North River, ut 4 o'clock P. M. PEN NSYLTAMA RAILROAD. fralns leaw, New York, iroin foot of rtes'irosscs au<l Cortlandt streots. as follows: - Express ior Harrlsbnrg, Pittsburj, the \Y<st and South. With Pullman Palace Cars attached, at 9 :.M A. M. : 5, 1 and 8:30 P.M. Sunday, 8, 7 and 8:3) P. M For Baltimore, Washington and the South at J A. V. :t and P. M. Sun lay, 9 P. M. Express lor Philadelphia, ?<. 9, 9:31 A. M. ; II:! 1, 1,4, V (J, 8:30, !? M. anil 12 night Snndit.v, (I, 8:30 and ? P. M. For Philadelphia, via Kensington, at 7 A. M. an 1 2 P. M. Emigrant and S'COP I class, 7:1 . P. M For Newark .it fl, 6:39, 7, 7:1). 9 -M 9. 10, It 11 :1) A. M., 12,1,2,2:91,8,3:29, 3:40, 4:11, 1:3), 5:19, 8:13, !S :?), 5:5), ?i. 8:10, 8:30, 7, 7:10, 9:10, J, 1 1, il:l i, 11 P. M. suu,l iv, i.i ?' 6, Mi, 9 P.M. ' * For Elizabeth, <*., 8:1), 7, 7:t ?, 8, 1:11, 9, 11, 11. 11 :?) A. M 12 M? 12 : '.0, I, 2, i 8, 9 :2 L 8 :4I, ?, I I ', 4:11, 8:tt fi Vl, 8, 6 :1(X 6 :3d, 7:30, 8:10, 10, II :K 12 P. M. Sunday, 5?' 6 and 8:10 P. M. * For Italiway, 8,8 :W, 7,8:10,9:11 anl It A. M., U V. ,1.2. 2 8,8 :20, 3:4 I, I :t ). t :.t I, ., :'?l, 6 : ( >, , i, fi, tS : 1 1. J ; U, ?4:1) 10 P. M.. and 12 night. Sunday, S :20 and il P. M. ' " For \\ oodbridge an 1 Perth Amboy, ii au.l 1 ) A. M., ! :3), 8:40, 4:90 and 8:50 P. M. For New Brunswick, 7. 10 A. M., 12 M., 1,1, j, ^ jiaf jjl 6. 9 P. M. and li niifht. Sunday, trail I .< P. M, For East Millstone, 7 A. M, 12 noon, 1 lianl5:JI P. M. For Lambertvlllo and Flemlnsttoo, 9 v. M and 2 l\ M. For Phillpsburg an I H hidere, 2 and 4 P. M. Aceommodntiou lor Horde . town, Burlimrton and Cam den, . und 9:30 \. M., 12: l<i. t. 41, t an | fl t'. M. For Freehold, 7, " V. M., 2 and I P. M. For Jame>:uirjt. Pemberton, ("am b u,8 A. W., t:4) P. M. Trains irriv.' a< follows:? From P1tt?bur?r, 8:? A. M., 1 :m i'. M,, dallv, 10:11 A.M. and 8:31 P. M., daily, exou lit Monday. I'rom Washington and Baltimore, *; : 4 1 V. M.a 4 : 4, 1 i :12 P. M. Sund iv, (1 :40 A. M. I'r 'in l"iil i I 'iphl i, 8 :2l. (1:50 I 1:14, 1| :ii|, II A. M? 3:14. 3:J1,8:J?, 4:4) P. M. Sun lav, 5:21, (1:'K), 11 : 14 A. M. ticket ofliees, i2'. 41'-, 271 "nil 911 lirmdwiy; Na 1 Astor Iloire and lootol Desbrosses ami ''orilandt 4iroet4? Einijrau .i.'.e office, No. 8 Battery plaea. A. I ( ASMTT. I'. >i no YD. Ja., O ueral Manager. Oeneral Pasjonjer A;cnf. COAL AND WOOD. ^ BEST FltK II MINED CUMBERLAND COAL AT $8 per ion, delivered ; less to dealers. Apply at 184 Lu roy siri-et, yi- broomc, 2lj Greene, 31.) Howery. ? JACOB WEEKrt IcK/i AR8 AN I) TOBACCO. r^SPANOI.AS OF II WAN A fOHAt't'O EQCVf, TO ly I'enuine in n|inr a r a il er anil I| n? illy, at ftft per llious anu ; also the celebrati d "W bill" PaneteiiW, T. J. RA Y.N lilt A t'O., 00 .Maiden lane. ASTROIiOOT. A^^DEirAIDR H. Lt'MDERTSON, CLAIRVOVANT, consulted on all affWrs of iitu. 28 iireciiwich uvo line, near Tenlh street. T E ST.? T )K I O I NA I. M.VE. BYRON, MEDICAL and l>ii~inc s spirilua ist ; unerring advice on all allairs. 217 East Thirty-llrst street. A~ TICST.? MH.ST VAN 81 S K, Br.StNKS8~A.ND MEDI eal clairvoyant, Spiritualist, tells name, day of inarriaKe, brlnns together those long aeparatcd, ?lve? positive inlorinatlon on all affairs ol lile : no satlslacilon, no ua.v il^l Second avenue, corner fhiriy ourth streut. CI VPS V REVEALS FROM THE < RADLK Tt) T1IK I" ?rav? name, date oi marriage; brinks those separated togutl or. .Vd Third avenue. PROFESSOR LISTER IS 'HIE ONLY ASTROLOGER In New York; send stamp ior circular. 329 Sixth avenue, near Twenty-Ural street. rpilE WONDERFUL ASTROLOOI8T WILL REVEAL^ X from scientific principles, all a train of lift. MThirtl avenue, uear Twelfth struct. No u< "<?.

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