Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 15, 1873, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 15, 1873 Page 3
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TO LET FOB BPHINBH3 PPEPQ8E8. a ttkntion. ? KW FIREPROOF BUILDING. FULTON, NASSAU AMD ANN STREETS. BLECANT f)FFK'ES TO RENT IN THE ABOVE FIREPROOF WELL LOCATED BUILDING, BE1NO IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE C1TV HALL, THE COUBTS, THE POST OFFICE, Ac;.. AO. OFFICES SUITABLE FOB LAWYERS, BROKERS, BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, AC., AC., CAN BE HAD, KINGLY ok KN SUITE, OF ANY DESIRKD filZK, FROM 1 1) Xl'-' FEET TO 26X07 FEET. AT $??, $400, $*10 ASH UPWAHD TO $12, WJO, ACCORDING TO SIZE AMi LOCATION. THE ABOVE BUILDING IS COMPLETELY FIREPROOF, AND WILL BE READY FOR OCCUPANCY ON OB BEFORE MAY I, 1H73. ALL APPLICATIONS FOR OFFICES TO BE MADE TO HOMER MORGAN, NO. 2 PINE STREET. A? OFFICES ? in the ORF.XF.L BUILDING, SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BROAD AND WALL STREETS, lor CORPORATIONS, BANKERS, LAWYERS, Ac.. NOW OPEN FOR EXAMINATION und ready for occupancy ON OR BEFORE MAY L Two elevators, two staircases, fireproof, well ventilated ?nd lighted, heated bv steam ; every modern convenient e on each Hour Apply to .IDS. W. DREXEL, S3 Exchange place ; UOMElt MORGAN, No. 2 l'inc street, or ou the premises. A FIVE STORY STORE BUSINESS HOUSE, 233^ Water street, to lot; tine location; moderate rent to * good tenant. THOMAS MoGUIRE, 1,H6 .-econd avenue. A SPLENDID FIVE 8TORY store, DOUBLE TEN emont House, on a prominent corner ot First ave nue, lor sale ; only #10, WW cash wanted. THOMAS McGUIRB, 1*146 Seeond avenue. ANUMUI.R OF FLOORS AMD WHOLE BUILDING to let, very cheap, for nil sorts ol business purposes, oa First avenue, between Fortieth and Forty- tirst streets. C. O. HILLINGS, 3'As East Forty-tlrst street. A? SIXTH AVENUE STORES TO LET, INSIDE, AND ? some choice Corners; moderate rents to respon sible parties; ttiese are the best stores on the avenue. Ofllcc, 900 sixth avenue. A? TO LEASE, WORTH HOUSE, 202 FIFTH AVENUE, ? corner ot i'wenty-fltth street,1- through to Broadway, for business or hotel purpo.es. Apply to W. W. S'l'K PHENSON, 2t7 Broadway, room 22. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A PLEASANT front ollice to a ph vsiclan ; location Thirtv-llrst street, near 1-ouri.li avenue. Address W. O. C., hox 1H7 Herald Uptown Branch ottlce. A CORNER LIQUOR STORE TO LEASE, 637 11 U? s >n street, corner of Horatio street. Apply to J. WILSON, 10b South street. A FEW STORES AND OFFICE ON AND IN THE vicinity of In Ion square to rent. Apply to E. II. LUDLOW A CO., Ne. .1 Pine street, or 35 East Seventeenth street. A NICE SECOND AND THIRD LOFT To IE 'J'; also Halt a Store, 358 Canal street, near Church. A REAL ESTATE OFFICE? NICELY FURNISHED, situated on Eighth avenue, to n lawyer, (or evenings ?Dly. WALTER \V. MONTAGUE, Eighth avenue and Twenty-first street. A FINE. LARUE BASEMENT ON SIXTH AVENUE? Well lighted, suitable for an upholsterer, plumber or barber, at a low rent. MORRIS H. BAER, 996 Sixth avenue. BROADWAY.-COR.NER BUSINESS ROOMS To lease at 819 Broad way; also Upper I'art (three floors) of 48 Fust Twelfth street. Inquire in book store 54 East Twelfth street. (1LIJB HOUSE OR FIRST CLASS BOARDING HOUSB, J No. 3 West Thirtieth street, to let; furnHied com plete with excellent taste , frescoed and ornamented ; sec ond to none in the market ; being sltuatoil ill n central part of the city this house offers greater advantages than are usually found. To a desirable party advantageous terms euu lie secured bv applying to HOMER MORUAN, 2 Pine street, or HENRY A. MOTT, 71 Broadway. CIORnER OF CANAL AND WOOSTER STREETS, FIRST ) floor, over the store, to let.? Room 22x72; holstwny, gas, water, fixtures and shelving. Inquire ou the premises. Desk room to let.-a first rate chance lor advertising agents. Apply at the ofllce ol tho EVENING TELEGRAM, No. 2Annstreet. Factory to lease-mi and 413 west fortv second street; four stories and cellar. 50x50; good light; rent $2,600. Apply to W. YOUNGS, 815 Seventh AT. INE, WELL LIGHTED STORE AND CELLAR 281 Hudson street, near Canal, to rent, at low figure. JAMES PRICK, 200 Hudson street. F From may i? part ok the office of the Plienix Insurance Company, in the bank building, earner Third avenue und Fifty-tilth street, suitable tor a lawyer (now occupied by a linv firm), builder, architect or broker. Apply to II. G. GORDAN, special agent Pile* nix Insurance Coinpanv, 153 Fourth avenue. Grocery, produce or commission trade.? To let, the new anil spacious Stores, with verv tine Cellars, 70 Warren street and 20 College pluce ; splendid business location ; may be occupied together or sepa rately. UEO. w. welsh, 2 63 Greenwich street. Hotel and thirteen lots of ground, cor. nerot 129th street, with frontage on Eighth and St. Nicholas avenues, to rent at a bargain. Apply to J. rom a inf. BROW n, 1,280 Broadway. Livery stables, builders, marble .deal ers.? Four Lots to lease, 263 West Twent.v-flftfi street, with coul yard fixtures. JOHN W. 1IAMERSLEY, 255 Fifth avenue, 10 to 11 A. M. Lofts to LEASE low.? splendid light; Steam Power if required. Near Broadway, at 39 Vesr.v street. OFFICES TO LET? IN THE NEW AND ELEGANT Iron building 239 Broadway, corner of Park place; all modern conveniences, witli use of elevator and heat ers. Apply on premises to KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. PAINT FACTORY TO RENT? SITUATED IN BROOK lyn, near the ferry; rent, with Steam Power, only $1,200 per annum ; Mills and Shafting for sale low : every thing in complete running order. Aptily at 18 Liberty ?tree!. a W. H. CARTER. PART OF A STORE TO LET? ON BROADWAY, IN A good locution; rent cheap. Inquire 1,207 Broadway. Rooms and steam power-at 340 seventh avenue. Twenty-ninth street; also one entire four story Building. Apply on premises. STEAM POWEB.-TO LET, LARGE AND SMALL Rooms, with or without Power (wood workers al lowed), at the Eureka Machine Carving Works, 60, 62, 61 and 66 Cannon street. STEAM P< fW E R. ?TO LET, LARGE AND SMALL Rooms; 113 Nassau street; good light; with or with out power. Inquire in ollice No. 2. M. J. GILHOOLY. STEAM POWER.? TO RENT. SECOND FLOOR, thoroughly lighted, 100x150 feet. MANHATTAN BRASS AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Twenty seventh street and First avenue. STEAM POWER TO LET? WITH ROOMS OF VARIOUS sizes, well lighted, steady power; also three Base ments; insurance low. Apply to NORRIS A MILLER, 229 East Forty- first street. STORE AND CELLAR, WEST TWENTY-NINTH street, 60 feet deep, near Hudson River Railroad de pot; rent $26. inquire at 11 and 17 Abingdon square (Eighth avenue), between Bloeeker and Twelfth streets. STUDIO TO LET? FINE STUDIO, FOR $300 PER year. Inquire on premises 35 Union square (West), near Seventeenth street. The lower stobe of 178 and iso fifth ave nue, and the Stores In the second floor, with promi nent bay windows for showing goods; also the Upper Part lor oilices or residence flats to rent : reduced rates. Apply to E. H. LUDLOW A CO., No 3 Pine street or 35 East Seventeenth street. fJlO LET? 26 COMPLETELY FURNISHED ROOMS over first floor of 6?2 and 624 Broadway, suitable lor hotel purposes. Apply at once to GEO. .H. TTLER, Olympic Theatre. r LET? FROM MAY 1. BACK PARLOR AND BX tension, suitable lor a dentist or two Kindle gentle ?ten. 44 Went Klevcnth street. r LET? THE LARGE FACTORY BUILDING 124 AND 120 Went Twenty-fllth street, near Broadway, ocen pled ?s a carriage manufactory tlie. last seven years. Apply to owner, J N. HAlWAM), MOllWWy. rLKT? SECOND FLOOR AND BASEMENT (FIVE rooms), S3 Third avetiue, near A. T. Stewart's! suita ble lor a dressmaker, milliner or dentist. Apply lo 11. MKKKITT, M Third avenue. __ TO LET? TWO LA HOE STORES, AT 131 AND 181 I'A vnnin avenue, Jersey City; also a whole House, with large Store, on the best business block on Newark ave nue. Inquire of JOSEPH WARREN, Real Estate Agent, office 217 Grove street, Jersey City. flX) LET-THREE LAROK AND THREE SMALL X Lott?, with steam power; admirably adapted to manufacturing purposes. Apply on the premises, 120 und 122 Wooster street rpo LET? THE FIRST FLOOR OF PREMISE* 22fi EAST J. Forty-second street: 28x100: with or without steam power. Apply to NORRIS A MILLER, 2;u East Forty Brat street ? flV) LET? SEI'ON'I) FLOOR OF HIS BROADWAY, FOR J. a terms of years. Apply to COUDERT brothers, 49 Wall street. TO LET-A CARPENTER'S SHOP. IN REAR OK .'12 North Moore street. Inquire of ?? O. WOODRUFF, 121 West Broadway. TO LET-PART OF STORE NO. 1 BARCLAY STREET, opposite Astor House; suitable for soda water, cigar or fruit store. Apply in Hour store. ______ T) LET-OOOD LIGHT ROOMS, WITH STEAM I'OW cr, at 1W Wuoeter street. DAY k H1CBOU. r LET-SMALL FURNISHED OFFICE, TWO desks; oue tilglit tip. GEORGE E. SMITH, :u& Broadway, corner of Worth street. TO LET? PART OF STORE AND CELLAR 320 GREEN wich street, between Duano and Jay street*, lor liBslness purposes. Apply at D1 Jay street. To LET? STORE AND BASEMENT 76 SOUTH FIFTH avenue, near Houston street, $t>2 SO per month. Ap ply Ui A. Jouknkay, .11 Llipenard street. TO RENT ? TWO STORES, 46'? AND B2 CATHARINE street, under Mariner'! church; one small, with Fixtures lor sale and Immediate possession, suitable tor bat or lancy store. Inquire of Captain ELLIOTT, next door ,,r W. D. II A KKI v, 22 William street. TO LET? FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES, LARGE AND small floors, with steam power, steiun heating, hoist Slid excellent light Apply at 417 West Twenty -sixth sU TO LBT? THE FOUR LOFTS, 05 READE STREET, :.l leet by 7.1; wrjll be let separate or toguther. Apply to a B. HUTCUINGtt, 38 John street ' TO LET? A LARG.E STORE AND BASEMENT, PLATE fflaw window*. .'<M lilteekAr ?><eet. heiwet n Perry Mil < harles street* TO LET FUR BCJHINICRB PHBPOSE8. TO LET-THK LARGE. MOIIT BASEMKNT 162 THIK1) avenue, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets; rent ; open , Keen any time. _ U. M. CON PIT, 139 East Twelfth ?tre?t TO LET-FOB A Sl'MBKIt OK YEARS, FOB BUSI ni hs purposes, tlie northwest corner of East Broad* way and Jctterson street. Apply to HUGO GORSCH, turner Kivington street and Bowery, under the bank. rpo LET? 1IALK OK A SPLENDID, I.AROF. KITRNISII 1 ed Ofttce, suitable for lawyers, publishers, real estate, Ac. ; near Broudu ay, second flight up. Address ATLAN TIC PUBLISHING CO., 141 Pulton street mo LBT-A WORKSHOP ON MORTON STREET. NEAR 1 Bleeeker, suitable lor carpenter or other light busi ness. Apply at I"- Chatham street. rpo LET OB I.EVSE? 471 SIXTH A YEN UK, BETWEEN 1 Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets, First Floor, over Dnvls' stationery store; rent $60 per month. TO LET CHEAP? A Llgl'OR OR GROCERY STOKE; has been established for 3' years as a lienor more, and is the best corner in the Ninth ward ; is fitted up, and an excellent corner lor groceries. Apply at tiUi Hudson iireet. TO LET CHEAP? STORE AND BASEMENT NO. 86 Avenue D: also Hasemcnt&7 Avenue D, :!6xfi2; French Hats, from *J4 to ?oa Inquire of S. L1GH f STONE, OoS Sixth avenue, or on premised. TO LEASE-A CORNER STORfc, 60 FEET LONG, ON the corner of Canal and Bay street*, Stapleton, Ktaten Island, suitable for the grocery or lager beer busi ness. inquire on the premises. Mrs. JOHN J. GALLAGHER TO LEASE? FOB BUSINESS PUBPOSES, THE FOUR story brown stone front House 61 East Tenth street, second door west ol Broadway; size 28x76; lot lJ4.y deep. Apply t.. W.M. A E. A. CKllKSlI ANK, 66 Broadway. rilll LE A SE? Til E BUILDING NO. 70 EAST BROAD 1 way, suitable tor light manufacturing business. Ap ply to JAMES CARIt, 1(17 Bowery. IV) RENT? WITH STEAM POWER, A PLOT OP SIX lots ol ground ; would erect a building on part or all ot it to suit a rospoiurflde tenant and lurnish steam power. Apply to McCLaVE BROS., Twenty-second street and Eleventh avenue. TO PRINTERS, AC.? A LARGE 81JB-B ASEMEYT TO let, with use of steam power, in the new building 231) Broadway. Apply to KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY on tli- premises. Truck or express men ou othkics wanting amide room.? To let, a large Build In:', on rear of two lots; wide entrance. 2IS West Houston street. W. SCOTT JAltYls, 221 Canal street AirANTIJD TO LET? TWO FLOORS OF NO. 1M TT Franklin street, between Greenwich and Washing- . on streets. Apply to owner, ROBERT I. BROWN, 20 Nassau street 4 SUPERIOR LOFTS TO LEASE. Splendid light; with or without steam power. Size 90x70 feet on (Iranil street, near Centro. Will be divided. A |> | > ' > to S. V. R. CRl'GER, 182 Grand street. r'l'H AVENUE, CORNER 2(',TI[ STREET, AND 8TH ?) avenue, corner 56th street.? Two splendid lar^u cor ner Stores to lease reasonably. V K. STEVENSON, Jr., 11 Pine street. NASSAU STREET. -STORE AN1) BASEMENT; al.su mi up stair tu let GEO. O. SICKLES, 79 Nassau street, room 9. 79 m NASSAU STREET, NEAR ANN STREET.? Several Suits at unices to let, with fine liglit and easy of access. (tKD. (!. SICKLES, 79 Nassau street, room 9. ?>?>7 FOURTH A VE N t'K ? SPLENDID STOKE AND ? )_ | dwelling, 13 rooms, vaults, Ac., will lease for one or wore years at a lair price. Apply on premises. DWELL1.VG HOUSES TO LET. Furnished. A HANDSOME FOUR STORY BROWN STONE TTOUSE. elegantly famished, on north side of Forty-third street, between Pifth and Madison avenues, to let or lease. (i. LE8PINA88E, 112 Broadway. AT AN EXTREMELY REASONABLE RENT.? A faihily irolng abroad will rent their House (fully fur nished), on East Twenty-sixth street, second block from Madison square. Apply to ALEXANDER M1LET, 231 West Forty-seventh street, near Broadway, from a to 12 A. M. anil from 5to 7 P. M. AT $185 A MONTH? TWENTY-EIOUTH STREET, neur Sixth avenue? llatidsoiiicly turutshed medium sUed Home, high stoop, three story and basement. Per mits at 26 East Fiftieth street. A NUMBER OF ELEGANT FURNISHED HOUSES, offered by parties who are going abroad, to rent for a year or longer. Apply to E. H. LUDLOW A 00., No. .1 Pine street, or ss East Seventeenth street. A FEW DQ0B8 E&OK PIFTH AVENUE, IN THE 'iriost fashionable ("Art of Uie cit v? Two splendid four story high stoop brown stone nouses; newly furnished and in clugarn order; rent low to first class piirflS*. ___ A. C. LOOMIS^A CO., 1,254 Broadway. A SMALL HOUSE, NEARLY FURNISHED, TO LET? Near Eightieth street and Central Park ; all modern ; rent $1U) tier month, or owner will retain two rooms and make rent $GC. Address M. H., box 117 Herald Uptown Branch offlce. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED HOUSE, ON MA Ol son avenue, below the Park, to let. to u private family ; $260 per mouth. JACOB SHARPE, 38 Pine street. A SMALL HOUSE TO LET? FURNISHED ; RENT moderate; modern improvements; location Twenty fourth street near Ninth avenue. Apply at 870 Broad way. In the store. ' A HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE HOUSE, FUR j\ ni?bed In most elegant manner, No. 622 Lexington avenue; linen, silver, bronzes, pictures; will rent low to good tenant. GEO. C. SOKEN, 173 Fifth avenue. A FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE TO let? Furnished, on Thirty-seventh street, between Fltth and .>ixtli avenues: $S00 per momh. 11. K. DREW .v CO., No. 3 West Twenty-third street (Fifth Avenue Hotel). AFIKkT CLASn MURRAY HILL HOUSE, COM pletely furnished and lull of boarders, can be hud on very reasonable terms. Address B. K., Herald Up. town Branch ofiiee. AT $120 A MONTH, FURNISHED; ALL MODERN improvements and well finished, three story high stoop aud basements, Prospect place; fine location. W. E. I.AWRl'.N, :i4UEast Forty-first street. ItIRST CLASS, EXTRA SIZE HOUSE AND LOT FOR sale? On Or a mercy Park ; one of the most complete and modern improved nouses, with extended dining room two stories high, and butler's pantry; house perfectly modern, finished in hard wood, frescoed, painted and fur nished in u eustly manner. Appiy to HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 Pine stffef. IjMRST CLASS FURNISHED HOUSES TO RENT AND 1 lor sale; also a charming French root brown stone on Forty-eighth street, cheap, lor six months. A C. LOOM IS A CO.. 1,254 Broad way. T7IOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE TO LET? r With Carpets, Mirrors and Shades, all new; location between Firth and Madison avenues, above Forty- Ofih street. Inquire of J. O. HIGGINS, No. 7 Pine street. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BOUSE TO LET-FUR nlturc lor sale, onlv In use one year, at a sacrifice, for cash ; house in central location, convenient to hotels, cars and stages. Address J. Q. F., Herald Uptown Branch ofiiee. QBVRN rv PI N ELY LOCATED HOUSES? ElIT to gantl.v furnished, nartially, ana unfurnished ; In some owners or desirable boarders will remain ; excel lent opportunities; rents reduced. HARDRNBEHGII A CO.. 1,241 Broadway. TO LET? A HOUSE FURNISHED IN PERFECT OR dcr, reasonable rent, to responsible parties; to be seen trout if to 4. 121 Kast Thirty tlrst street. mo LET?A THREE STORY BASEMENT AND SUB~ i cellar brick, with all improvements and completely furnished; rent $1,8UU per year; 12iih street, between sixth and Seventh avenues. M^E. CEASTO. 2, UN Third avenue. mO LET-PARTI ALLY FURNISHED LARGE STONE I House 2*1 hast Twenty-second street, neai Broadwav ; 34 lect front For permit apply to W. A E. A. ORUIK SHANK. fi5 Broadway, or nddreaS J., box 870 Post offlce. mo RENT? A FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE, 1 on Kast Thirty-fifth s: reet, near Park avenue ; will lie leased, handsomely furnished. for two years, from 1st May. to a resnon?ible pariy to whose care the house and furniture can ne safely entrusted ; rent reasonable; none but private l.imllv need apply, t. rPO RENT?A FULLY FURNIPHED COSEY BROWN 1 stone House, to a private family, for six months; rent low. Apply i?< 230 West Forty -eighth street. dt?1 7,? A MONTH? W WEST THIRTY-FIFTH STREET. ?Jp 1 I >t Handsomely iurnlshed high stoop House, in splendid order; all improvements; immediate possession. Apply on the premises. Untarntahed. t THREE STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE TO LET.? 1\ Good neighborhood; all modern improvements; rent $1)1)0. C. O. BILLINGS, 338 East Forty- first street. AN ELEGANT LARGE HOUSE, BETWEEN FIFTH ana Madison avenues; aas fixtures, mirrors; parties leasing can purchase the carpets lor halt cost. Apply at 86 Bast Fiftieth street. \VERY CONVENIENT THREE STORY AND BASE mcnt House. 203 East Eighteenth street to let cheap; will be put In good order. THOMAS McGlllKE, 1,145 Second avenue. A FIFTH AVENUE HOUSE To LET- FOR BOARD Ing house purposes; satisfactory seeurity required ; location near Iwentiefli street; lour story, hltrh stoop, brown stone. U. A. KISSAM, No. 6 Pine. St., 1 to 4 P. M. A SMALL HOUSE TO LET? ON TWENTY-EIGHTH Jx street, near Ninth avenue; good location and all modern Improvements; rent $1,1)00. M. LEW. 274 West Thirty ninth street AN UNFURNISHED HOUSE TO let-in TWEN nr. second street, near Fiitn avenue, four story brown stone high stoop, 27 xliftxlUO; butler's pantry; separate laundry. OGDEN a GLAKK, Broadway, corner seventeenth street. AN EXTRA LARGE UNFURNISHED HOUSE To LET? In Fourteenth street, near steinway Hall, well adapted tor boarding or business purposes ; runt moder ate. OGDEN A CLARK, Broadway, corncr Seventeenth street. A A VERY FINE THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK Ilou?e. *51 West Thirtv-Iourth street. In first ela^s order ; rent $1,400. Inquire of owncoa 228 West Thirty tourtli street. ~ 3 STORY HIGH HT.)OP, WEST EIGHTEENTH HtreeJ.^gl.lino; :t story and basement, West Thirtieth street. $1,100; 3 story high" stoop, $i,tvio ; also a number of Apartments. M. V. MEAD, 422 Eighth avenue. A HOUSE, IN FIRST RATE ORDER. TEN ROOMS, all convenience', to rent, aud the whole or purl of Furniture for sale reasonably ; rent $'.HW; everv requisite for housekeeping; Ninth street, near Second avenue. For particulars address P A. B , 21 College place. A? HOUSES Tl) LET, Till RTY -SECON D, THIRTY . fifth and Forty sixth streets, all near Fltth avenue: T\% i nt, tlr--: street, near llroadwav; cheap houses; good locations. O. HWYl.lt, M) West Thirty-first street. AFOURSTOR1 HIGH STOOPBROfWR STORE HOUSE to let Untarnished, on Thirty ninth street, Ix-tnecn Filth aud Sixth avenues, rent $3.:iiK?. II. R. lillKW A Co,, No A West Twenty third Street. Finn Avenue Hotel. ^ DWKLLINO HOH8K8 TO LBT. I' 11 Turn lihcd. A? TWENTIETH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AVE ? line and Broadway, Nun. 4, 6 and H, singly or to gether, for dwelling <>r business. DRKW, No. 3 Wert Twenty-third street A NICK TIlKF.E STORY CORNER HOUSE, OK Lexington avenue, suitable for a first claw dress maker; also a three story and basement House, with nil improvements, on East Thirty-sixth street. Apply to P. OABSIDY, IU7 Lexington avenue __ /1HEAI'.- 147 BAST SEVENTY-TII IRD 8TRBET, \J corner ot Lexington avenue, lor only 91,300; will be thoroughly repaired ; also uianv others in i all locations, a FKEIDENRICH A CO., 90? and !KW Third avenue. IilAST EIOHTEE NTH STREET, iSV.? A FINE LARGE ]i three story high stoop House, in superb order, 18 rooms, all modern improvements, to let. Apply to owuer on premi.*es. For a first class boardino hoI'SE? so west Thirty-second street, next to Broadway ; 18 rooms, in excellent order. HOLMES BROTHERS, 40 and 48 f ast Twenty-third street Fink new cocaoes, two stoky and base inent, in West 107th street, near Boulevard, $460 For particulars apply to W. R. MORGAN, 40 Broadway. Four story ohio stonk front house, west 129th street, near Filth avenue? First cluss; all im provements; fully tUrnished ; splendid neighborhood; Will be rented lor six months trum May 1. i>i.\(i ki:. I'oktkk .t CO., 2.308 8d a v. and 83 Cedar*. Houses and apartments to let? house S2j Bleecker street; all improvements. Cottage, Ninth avenue, 7 rooms, $IUX). Two nice Second Floors, Ninth ward (American people). Apply at tXKi Hudson street. Houses ? 91,300. $i,hoo, $2,000. $2,400, fs.000, $3,800, 54, ihw up to $111,000, on Vltth, Madison ami Lexing ton avenues, :uid the most desirable streets; also iur uished Houses. PAGE A McCAFFEBTY, Filth avenue, corner Fifty -second street. Lamb ioub stoky muib, is booms, to let, two' doors from Washington square; also Second Story in Perry street, five rooms. E. M. Mason, No. J Chambers street. IEXINGTON AVENUE, 181? FOUR STORY LARGE J House to let. Apply on premises, or to A TUSKA, owner, Canal street. I ?W BENT.? THE THREE STORY HIOH STOOP J brick House, 440 West Twenty -second street, con taining 12 rooms ; house in perfect order; neighborhood first claw. Apply to ISAAC llONIG, 111 Broadway, rooms *; and h, bwupnt POSSESSION IMMEDIATELY? AT A LARGE RE ductlon of rent, one block west ot Broadway, tho large House 23 Amity street; all improvements; large farden; will be leased for business ii required; seen from I) to 11 mornings. Also the English basement House; L'J Amity street, corner of Ore< no i seen from I to 8 o'clock. mHORNfON M. RODMAN, REAL ESTATE AOENT, 1 69fl Broadway, offers for rent the first class brown rtone front tront lour siory high stoop House, S?l West Fourteenth street? rent $'.'.500 per annum. rpo LET? 18 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, LARtlE 1 first class brown stone Dwelling, with mirrors and gas fixtures; can be leased on very favorable terms. Apply to HORACE ff. ELY, 22 I'lne street. rpo LET? A THREE STORY HIOH STOOP BRICK 1 House, with modern Improvements, 212 East Forty first street, between Second and Third avenues; reiit $700. Can be seen from II to 4 o'clock. TO LET?' THE FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY IIIOH stoop brown stone iront House, No. 4 East Thirty-sixth street. To a desirable tenant the rent will be made satis, factory. For permit applj to E. II. LUDLOW ii CO., No. 8 Pine street or 36 East seventeenth street. To LET ? SMALL THREE STOBY HOUSE 34 LEXING ton avenue ; 13 rooms; small but very complete ; will bo put iu first rate order; possession 20th ; rent $1,400. Ii. M. COND1T, 188 East Twelfth street. rpo LBT? FBOM MAY 1, TO A GENTLEMAN AND 1 wife or 11 few adults, a nicely fitted tip House, newly painted and trescoed and nearly all lurn isliod, the owner re taiuing one or two rooms ; modern improvi incuts; rent $100. Inquire at 089 Sixth avenue, iroin 0 A. M. to 3 P. M. To LET? PRIVATE HOUSE; SIX ROOMS, PARLOR. Basement, Extension, two Bedrooms; rent $5j. 83 West Eleventh street. To LET? THREE STORY HIOH STOOP HOUSE, 224 East Thirty-ninth street ; will ent to two Miiall fam ilies it desired. Apply m 228. TO LBT? THE FOUR STORY AND BASEMENT ELE gant dwelling House $7 West Eighth street, near Fifth avenue, containing 21 rooms, with all modern im provements. Inquire of SIMEON QU'i'MANN, 48 Leon ard street. TO LET? FOUR STOKY BASEMENT HOUSE, WITH Frencl- roof, 113 West Thirty-fourth street, near Broad way. Apply to s. b. HUTumNOB, 88 John street rpo LET? A THBBB STORY AND BASEMENT BROWN A sione House, 21 rooms; water and gus; price $1,100 per unnum. Inquire on the premises. No. ? Morris plaoe, West Forty-second street, for three days. TO LET? THREE STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE IN Fitly -third street, near Lexington avenue; reduced tcrmi E. II. LL'DLOW A CO., 8? East Seventeenth street and No. 3 l'lne. TO LET-THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK HOUSE, 22 Warren placet' hsrles street); modern Improve ments. Apply to DAVID URAHAM, 127 Mercer stri ct. rpo LET? UNFURNISHED, 133 WKST FIFYY-TIIIRD 1 street; finely trescocd; good order. Inquire at 141 West Fifty -third street. rpo LET? A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN 1 stone House, iu Fifty-fourth street, near Lexington avenue; tins all the modern improvements. For parti culars inquire of OWN ER, 438 Fourth avenue. TO LET? RKNT $2,200 MO LEXINGTON AVENUE, southwest corner otsixty-tourth street; house throe story high stoop brown atone; all Improvements, newly painted and frescoed ; immediate possession : keys in 838, or apply to FRANCIS CRAWFORD, 986 Third avenue. TO LET OB LEASE? FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP House 82 West Fifteenth street, 28 rooms; suitable tor boarders. For permits apply to K. P. BERRIEN, 102 South Fifth avenue, ? TO LET OR LBAHE-THE ELEGANT MANSION ON avenue St. Nicholas and 152d street, with seven sur rounding Lots; beautifully laid out with shrubbery, Ac. , hou?e contains 18 rooms, all modern Improvements, with elegant views; rent low to a responsible partv. Apply to UUTMAN BROS,, 38 Walter street TO LET OR LEASE? ONB OF THOSE SPLENDID three story brown stone first class Houses, built bv F. A. Thurston, Esq., South side ot 12Gtll street, between Fourth and Madison avenues; they have tin- reputation ot being the finest houses in Harlem ; rent for one or three years at $l,fi00 per vcar. M. E. ORABTO, HOB Third avenue. rpo RENT? BABBLE FOUR STORY AND FRENCH 1 roof House on Filth avenue, near Fifty-seventh street; size 2?x70xl00; contains 14 rooms: ull improve ments; rent $4,000. WM. A E. A. CRUIKSHANK, corner Broadway and Forty-fourth streel. tTNFURNLsHKD HOUSES TO RENT AT REDUCED ; prices. ? Large tour story, near Broadway and Forty - fourth street. #2,500; West Thirty-tilth street, near Fifth avenue, $3,000: West Forty-flfth street, near Eighth uve lite, uew high stoop brown stone and reatlv lor Immedi ate occupancy, rent others. WM. AE. A. <;Ht' IK SHANK, corner Broadway and Forty-tourth street. nTn STREET.? TO LET, UNFURNISHED, THREE story high stoop House, to a private family onlv; rent $2,400. Apply at 104 Lust seventeenth street, from 2 to 4. 1QQ WEST FORTY-FIFTH STREET.? THRhK STORY l?JO hlith stoop brick House, M feet deep throughout; location unexceptionable; rent $1,600. Permits from owner onlv. ?3 Clinton place, Eighth street. dfcl CArt -TO LET, THE FIRST CLASS THREE story and basement high stoop brown stone House 24'J East Fiftieth -arcet, between Second and Third avenues; all the mo lern Improvements. Apply to <! NAGLE, Mil Fourth avenue. ^Of) -^THtSTi 12 ROOMS, PERFECT ORDER, $1,300. ? 56th st., 12 rooms, pertect order, IS loot $1 .S00.? 82d st., 12 moms perfect order, 24 loot. $1,200,? iStli st., lo rooms perfect order, 15 loot. $2,100.? 26tli st., 14 rooms, perfect order, 1H toot. $2.200. ? 25th st.. 12 rooms, perfect order. 20 foot. HOLMES BROTHERS, 46 and 48 East Ztd st. (Jjl u(||) ?TO LET, ON ELEVENTH STREET, ii . ?X.OUU. tween Broadway ami University place, a tnree-story and basement high stoop brick (louse, in good or.ler. Apply to G. NAGLE, 14'J Fourth aveutie, near Fourteenth street enn ?to let. on twelfth street, a ?jp^. ? )"'/. lew doors west of Fifth avenue, a lane brown stoue hikh stoop House, suitable tor private lamily or tlrst class private boarding house. o. NAOf.E, i49 Fourth avenue, d?,l ~TO LRTi 0N FOURTEENTH street, ?Jp'r.Us'l/. near Fifth avenue, n large brown stone high stoop House, 30 rooms; ill good order; suitable tor a boarding house. Apply to O. NAGLE, I4? Fourth avenue. FIRNI8I1UD ROOMS A ^ O APARTMENTS I'D LKT. Association building, corner of twenty third street and Fourth avenue.? Two delightfully cool conm ctluu Rooms to rent for the Summer, fur nished, suitable lor olio or two gcutleniun. Appiv at room Iu, in the evening. A SMALL private FAMILY OF ADULTS WOULD let, to a gentleman, one or two Rooms, with closets, bath, Ac.; Iiouho first class and location central; ? pleasant and agreeable home to a <iu et gentleman : terras moderate; references exchanged. Address HOME, box 186 Herald Uptown Branch office. A RARE CHANCE FOR AN EXPERIMENT IN llat living.? An Apartment of six rooms, lull.y fur nisheu, may Iks had by a small lamily of adults lor six months from May 1, Second, lloor in a large French tint house; location most desirable ; rent $/5 per mouth. Address G. E. K., box 117 Herald Uptown Branch otllce, l,2Gft Broadway. AN ELEGANT FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR, WITH piauo, hot and cold water, bath, Ac . surrounded hv tir-t clas? rest.i urant*, to let, to two gentlemen ; reterences exchanged. 56 East Ninth street, a few doors west of Broadway. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET PART OF THEIR hotiie, turnished. lor housekeeping; rooms largp. ulrv and commodious, convenient and well turnished. 212 West Fortieth street. A NICE SECOND FLOOR OF THRRE ROOMS, UN furalshed, to a small American lainlly of adults; lo cation central ; rent $40 per month ; bath and gas; 110 East Eleventh street, near Fourth avenue. A LADY II \TINO MORF. ROOM THAN SHE RE quires will let a pleasant furnished Room to one or two geutletneh ; without board preferred. W Bank street A FURNISHED ROOM TO LET-WITII A WIDOW lady. MM Sixth avenue. A FEW DOORS WEST OF BROADWAY.? TWO large, elegant connecting Rooms, handsomely tor nlsbed ; also Hall Itoom. House private and sur -founded by good restaurants. References. H<1 East Twelfth street. A? TO LET. A SUIT OF ROOMS, HANDSOMELY

. furnished, in a private house, to gentlemen only, ?t 17 East Twelfth street. AHANDSOBBLT fi'RMniii i? PARLOR MOT to let, without board, in a private In mil V : no mov ing in May; references exchanged. Apply ut 5t* Lexing ton avenue, corner Twenty win street. yUKKISURD K<M>MN AND APARTHBNTH _ TO L.KT. A suit of FOUR FRONT ROOMS-FURNISHED, fur housekeeping ; rent $22 to parting baying furni ture ; desirable locution. Cull U>in week at Mo. 2 Kt. Luke's place (Leroy street). At x\ nvita puoi, corner sixteenth street. ? A 1 a r,'e Room on parlor lloor, suitable tor physician or deutl*t: also trout Rooms uu second Uoor anil baaemcnt. IjM.EOANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLE. !i men only; Fir?l Floor, with private hath mill Ex tension Kooin ; Suit of three Itooins on third floor; one single Kooin; rtrst da** attendance ; men servant*. 17 West Twenty sixth street IjlLEUANTLY FURNISH BD ROOMS, EN SUITE OR J singly lor gentlemen ; the house has all improve incntH and the appointment* of a retined home. Apply to owner, ISO East Twenty third street. fit URNISHED ROOMS TO LET? WITHOUT BOARD, at 13 West Twenty-sixth street, opposite St James Hotel, including I'nrlor ami Hedrooin on second tluor; bent references required and (riven. Handsomely furnished rooms, in small, social, refined lamilv, at 233 West Thirty-fourth street; terms moderate. References. IAROE, FI.KAS.VNT WELL- FURNISHED ROOM ? J will <lo tor bedroom and sitting room ; first floor. 24S West Thirty-third street. I A RUE FRONT ROOM ANI> BEDROOM, NEWLY J carpeted, papered and painted, furnished for light housekeeping, except outside bedding and Crocker) ;or lor lodging ami business; references required. 737 Broad way, room 10. Nicely furnished rooms to let? to gen tlemen or gentlemen anti wives, wit limit hoard, singly or en suite : terms reasonable. Apply at :>2 Thirtieth street, corner Fourth avenue (ring second bell). PLEASANT FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOM or Kooms to let, In private tamily, OS West Nine teenth street; water and gas in rooms. References ex changed. TO LET? NICELY FUB1TISHBD, TO A SMALL I'AM ily of adults, ill private house 228 West Eleventh street, an entire Second Floor, Fart of '1 bird and I rent ltitsemciit, suitable lor housekeeping; rooms large; neighborhood first class; rent $!HJI per year. TO LET? A LARGE PARLOR FLOOR, FURNISHED or unfariii*hcd ; very suitable for doctor's uflice, at 214 Kast Tenth street, near Second avenue. TO LET? AN ELEGANT FRENCH FLAT, NICELY lurnlshcd, in upper part of Sixth avenue. Apply to PETERS. GOLDEN a Co ,175 Sixth avenue. To LET? FURNISHED. TWO PLEASANT PARLORS on the first floor; also a Uirgo Koom and Bedroom on the second lloor; giisatul bath, in a small quiet family. Apply at 118 West Twenty ninth street. TWi> NIC ELI FURNISHED ROOMS, BATH ON same floor; large closets. 21 West Thirtieth street, adjoining ililsi y House. I BLOCK FROM H ROADWAY.? HANDSOMELY KIT R I nlshed Hoqtns to let, on flrsl. second and third floors, convenient to t'elmouico's and otliur restaurants. ts Univer it.v place. O DESIRABLE SINGLE ROOMS? FOR tiENTLEMKN, _ witbiiut board, at til Clinton place, Eighth street, sec ond east of Filth avenue and Urevoort House; occupants own the house ; no moving ill May. O NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS on rHB SECOND ? ? roof lo let, lor housekeeping or single gentlemen j terms moderate, li'.'i lirootue street, three blocks west of Broadway. | Til AVENUE, 810.? A LADT, HAVING TAKEN A X house, would rent newly painted, papered anil neatly furnished Kooms to gentleman utul wile or sluglu gentlemen ; terms moderate. 1e WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, OPPOSITE ST. ? ) Juines Hotel; a limiilsoniely furnished parlor lloor to let ; al.-o huge room on .second lloor with both enti tle! lint.', and lart a front room on third floor. Reference*. <1QD STREET, lli) WEST, N1 Alt SIXTH AVENUE.? A furnished Room lor a gentleman &4V- PER MONTH. -I'ARTI Al.l.Y oil FFLI.Y Fi ll nlshed, large hack Parlor of English basement house ; more room if desired. SSI West Thirty-llfth struct, between Eighth aud Mntli avenues. OQ EAST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, ADJOINING On Union League Club House? Pleasant suits ol Rooms to let, without board ; also single Kooms; relVrcnces. QQ EAST FOURTH STREET. BETWEEN BOWERY ?) O and Broadway.? Furnished llooins to let, togen tletnen only, without board ; references required. 4r BOND STREET.? LARGE AND SMALL FUR 'J nlshed Rooms to let, without hoard; Irom $:i to $8 per week; gentlemen only ; reference required. 1DO PRINCE STREET, NEAR MACDOUGAL.? TO J.UV/ let. turnished, lo gentlemen, without board, small aud large Rooms; rent (Sand upwards. Oil EAST BIGMTEENTH STREET.? TO LET. TO Zil L gentlemen, without board, very nicely turniahed Rooms at moderule U'rtns; references exchanged. CNVl'llNISHKI) ROOMS AIVI3 APAllT MRXTB TO I.KT. Avert nice upper part to let? consist lug ol seven rooms, to a small and tidy family ; rent $800. Apply on premises, X23 Wont Fiftieth street. A PARLOR, BEDROOM AND KITCHEN, WITH STA tionury tubs, wardrobe and closets; halls ami stairs furnished; owner living In the house; rent $ I it. 1,687 Second avenue, between Eighty-second and Eighty-third Directs. A SECOND FLOOR TO LET? IK PRIVATE HOUSE 332 East Fourteenth street, consistlait o! three rooms. In perfect order; separate tnetre, haul, hot and colli water; $40 per month. ' AFLAT (SECOND FLOOR), 8EVEK ROOMS, AU, modern improvements, perfect order; rent $66 per month ; iuu West Fifty -second street W. H. LANUE. | AN ELEOANT FLAT, ON A CORNER, NINE ROOMS; nil lighted from the street ; size of house 26x86; three blocks irotn Central Park, west side; strictly tlrst class ?with janitor. Apply at 8y7 Eighth avenue. JOHN BRANIOAN. A FIRST FLOOR TO LET? 818 SECOND AVENUE, between Forty-fourth and Forty-Ilfth street*; six I rooms, gas, water, water closet; goo<t order; plcusaut location; rent $28 per month. ? ? *, A LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL BROWN STONE House, 961 Second avenue, to let, in floors; first floor and basement, $60; second tloor, $60; third floor, $40. THOMAS McOUIRK, 1,11ft Second avenue. A FLOOR TO LET? WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS: rent $fws per month; references required. 236 East Fourteenth street, between Second and Third avenues. A FEW OF THOSE ELEOANT FRENCH FLATS? IK choice neighborhoods; rents from $60 to $160 per month. Call early. MORRIS B. BAER, !Wfl Sixth avenue. A? SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS To LET IN ? private house 330 West Nineteenth street; six or seven rooms and bathroom, laundry, Ac. ; $60 or $06 to small family; references required. Apply to B.J. HAR RISON. Mil Weft Twenty-fourth street A? TO LET, FLOORS IK THE KEW BROWN STONE . building 422 West Nineteenth street, containing eight rooms each, parlor, silting room, kitchen mid tour bedrooms, including range, boiler, bathroom and every other convenience. Apply ut 41'.? West Nineteenth street. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LKT SECOND FLOOR of their house, unfurnished, with other Rooms it wanted; newly painted and papered. For address apply at West Side office, 308 West Twenty-third street. A PRIVATE FAMILY OF THREE ADULTS. LIVING In Thirty-fifth street, near Fifth avenue, wish to let their second Floor to two or four people witling to nay liberally for a comfortable home. Address M. M.,box 1,633 Post ofBce. ' ?? | A NICE FIRST FLOOR TO LET? UNFURNISHED, with mirror, ga?, water, Ac.; rent moderate; no moving in May. 186 Thompson', near Blee<ker street A THIRD FLOOR OP SIX ROOMS, WITH WATER. ? \ gas and bath, in private house ; rent $(5. 243 East Thirtieth street, betwei n Second ana Third avenues. A -TO LET, STRICTLY FIRST CLASS FRENCH ? Flats, below Fifty-sixth street and near Filth ave nue; 6, 8 and 10 large rooms; only small first class families need upply. HvU Sixth avenue. t PARLOR AND BASEMENT FLOOR OF 1IRST iV class House; also Suits, three to seven rooms, and Store, with Dwelling adjoining; every convenience. Ap ply to owner, 04 We?t Tenth street 4 -To LET. I.N A DESIRABLE COTTAOE.445 WEST i\ . Nineteenth street, Ave Rooms and Pantry on second floor; entrance entirely separate. Can be seen from 2 to ft P. M. Inquire at 407 west Nineteenth street. AN AMERICAN FAMILY WILL RUNT THE UPPER J\ Pan of the three story brown stone house 338 East Seventy-eighth street; furna -e, lieau-r and all improve ments to a small family ; rent $4ft per month. 4 PARTMENTS- IN HOUSE 66 PERRY STREET, OC i\ eupled by a private family ; gas in every room : in. cation very pleasant; rent moderate to a small family. Apply as above. A HANDSOME FIRST FLOOR, WITH ALL MODERN Improvements, for housekeeping, newly repainted ; <ii\ ner in the house. Apply at 340 East Eighteenth ?tri et, I between First and Second avenues TjlLEOANT FRENCH FLATS TO. LET-IN HANDSOME yj brown stone house 463 West Forty-third street; each floor lorms a complete house of itself, and contains range, boiler, stationary washtubs, marble mantels, chandeliers, water closets, bathroom, dumb waiter, Ac Apply on premises. L' i.K'i ANT LOWER PART LA ROE II Kill STOOP Fj brown stone House, near Central Park, 178 East Seventv-ulnth street; superior location; suitable tor first class lamlly or physician , low rent FiRENCH FLATS to LET-IN THOSE BEAUTIFUL, laree higii stoop brown and grav stone front houses No ft"1? Lexington avenue, between Filly-sixth and Fiftv seventh streets; second, third and fourth Flats; to list only to small American families. JOHN B. MaRUKi ELLA, f32Thhd avenue. T.1RENCH flats To LET? ON six I'll AVENUE, OMB r door above Twenty first street; 10 rooms on a flat; all modern improvements. Apply at lift West twenty second street. _ I1LATS TO LET-ALL IMPROVEMENTS: SIX BROWN 1 stone Houses, new ; choice families, rents $36 to $00. Inquire on the premises, 412 West Fifty fifth street, near the Central Park. 1)AltT OF HOUSE TO RENT-SECOND FLOOR AND two rooms on third tloer on Twenty- third street, near Seventh avenue, to a small family; rent $76 per month. WM. A E. A. CRL'IKSHANK, corner Broadway and Forty-lourth street. SECOND FLOOR OF HANDsJOME HOUSE 204 WEST O Thirty-sixth street; separate gas metre; owner occu pying lower part; no agents need apply; bouse 60 feet deep. TO LET? UNFURNISHED SECOND FLOOR, CON slstiug of four rooms, closets, hot and cold water, privilege of lauudry , st 214 East Fifteenth street, second door ' Mt <d I ltir.1 avenue. rno LET-TWO FLOORS, EITHER SEPARATELY OR 1 together; each floor contains six rooms, and Is well ?iilfed for housekeeping; the house has all the modern iui| rioemeuts. and the lower part in occupied bv the owner, tall at or address 306 W est Twenty -eighth st. T? m UNFUKNI8HKD ROOMS AND APART. MENT8 TO LET. _ 1M> LET-AT 1,233 THIRD AVENUE, NBAR SRVRNTY flrst street ? A first class Flat (90 feot deep), 8 rooms; well lighted ; separate water til pes, K us .bath, range, waall trays and elevator Irom collar; rent $?>?). Can be seen by "wp;>l vitiK '? Mrs. HENDERSON, l,?ivi'hird avenue. L. .1. CARPBjiTKS, 28 Third avenue (Bible House). TO LET? TRENCH PLATS, IN 81 J 11 S (IK ROOMS Iriim $:?? to $70 a moitlh. Look atlhein in Heventy niuth street, east of Secoud avenue. Dwuer thure all Jay. rpo LET-IN A FIRST CLASH BROWN STONE It It i II I &toiq> house. In Eighty sixth street, the Parlor Floor and Baseuient, consisting ol' seven rooms, with all mod cru improvements; also an clogunt French flat ol six rooms; rent moderute. Ituiulrr ol OWNER, 344 Eighty slxili street, between First and Second aveuues. TOLET-8FCOND FLOOR, FOUR BOOMS; PRIVATE house; jjus Included, rent, $10 a month. K3 West Kieventh street. TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, THE kMOIO Moor of house 308 Bast Twenty-first street, consisting oi trout anil bark room ami bedroom; privilege ol bath room, with hot and cold water. rpOLET-T.IE HALF OK A 1IHOWN BTONE HOUSE I bulltfor two families, consisting of second Hoor and purt ol third floor, S rooms, wltli all the modern Improve ments, for eaeh family separate. Apply to OWNER, 239 Wert Korty-nlnth street. (|W LET-TO A SHALL FAMILY, THE SECOND ,t r loorandtwo Booms on the third floor of house 113 ?MO hirtythird streut, near Lexington avehue; rent rpo LET? UPPER PART OF A PRIVATE HOUSE IN 1 Seventh street, Ninctoi nth street ami Second ave nue; tour, tlve or seven rooms ; rent, $i5 an t $55 a mnnth Apidv at ileal Kstule olllce, 130 First aveuu , comer of Eighth street. mo LET? UNFURNISHED, TWO OR THREE ROOM8, X top floor; aingle gentlemen or Kentlcimin and wiie; water and gas. 140 West Twenty-second street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. rpo LET? 330 EAST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET, KIT I Chen, Dining Boom, front and back Parlors and Bedroom: all modern Improvements; $15 per month ; possession immediately; private house, rpo LET-LOWER PART OF HOUSE 117 WEST i. Forn -tlrst street, near Hoaervoir square ; rent $46 per month; or Second Floor, location first class. rpo LET? THE SECOND STORY OF NO. 25 WEST J Thirteenth street, suitable for one large or two small tiimilics; stationary tubs and every convenience. 110 LET? SECOND FLOOR, EIGHT ROOMS, FRENCH Hat, 210 East Forty tilth street, near Third avenue; nil improvement!*, large yard; gas, MMslitubs, two water closet.*; very desirable. H. M. CQNPIT, i:?Eas( Twelfth street T? A SPLENDID SECOND Fl.OOR AND PART Third, to a small /lually; L'tice $50 a month if mhr at oace. 303 West Fiftieth street. rpo LET? A SECOND FLOOR; SIX GOOD ROOMS 1 and pantries, besides privilege ol butli room: sepa rate gas mote r; rent $40 per month ; also Third Floor In same house. $.'!?"> per month, in high stoop house, 4t's West Forty-fourth street; also Second Floor, four rooms and bathroom, hot and cold water, Ao., at 008 West Thirty fourth street. ( Iwncr oil the premises. rpo LET-UPPER PART OF HOUSE 65 V A.N DA M l street Inquire of F. O. WOODRUFF, 121 West Broad way. TO LET? A NICE THIRD FLOOR , 28X80, WITH olllee. Inquire of 8. Mi.NDELSON, on the premises, 32 Spruce street rpo LET? THE DWELLING PART OF UOl'SE NO. 4IH i Fourth avenue, west side, between Twcntv-eigiith and Twenty-ninth streets. Apply to owner, ROBERT I, brown, ?? Nassau street. rpo LET? IN A PRIVATE HOUSE, WITH IMPROVE. 1 mi tits, 3 or 4 Booms oil second story: beautitu! view of Central Park; loeation in Park avenue, near Eighty-first street; terms very reasonable to adults. Apply at 121 East Eighty -secon I street. rpo LET? THE FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS OF I house 4uti Eighth avenue, c< n dating of eight rooms to each floor, with all the modern Improvements. In quire on the first floor. TO LET? SECOND FLOOR IN A OENTEEL HOUSE, occupied by owner; rent $30. Apply at 237 West Thirtieth street. rpo LET-FIRST FLOOR AND BACK BASEMENT 413 1 Madison street; six rooms; rent $35. Address OWNEB, Post office, Ravenswood, L. I. TO LET-FRENCH FLAT, FOURTH FLOOR, ALL conveniences, Seventv-sixth street, near Third ave nue; rent fc-'.'i. Possession immediate. Apply to M. samelson, 1,071 Third avenue. rpo LET? A FIRST FLOOR, WITH SEVEN BOOMS, IN X gook order ; water, water closet uu4 vus. Inquire at 889 Seventh avenuo, corner Fifty-sixth street. TO LET LOW-TO ASMALL FAMILY. UPPEB PABTOF a most desirable stone front Dwelling: best locution in Harlem ; near boats and curs. Apply to DWVEli A CO., 14 Park place. rpo RENT? A SECOND FLOOR OF A FIRST CLASS 1 corner House on Second avenue ; contains six well Ighted rooms; well lurnished it desired : none but a lam illy of adults need apply. Inquire at 174 Second avenue. The loweb part of ib macdougal street, Basements, Parlors and one Room In attic; plenty ol closets aid pantries, splendid yard, all Improvements and in first rate order; rent $ii.'si to a party who will take good care ol it Inquire at 39 Vundutu street for permit, Ac. rpillllll FLOOR TO LET? CONSISTING OF FOUR 1 rooms, In house C6 Third street, between First and ' Second avenues, to small family of adults. Inquire on the premises. 1 rn WEST TWENTY-SI VI 11 STREET.? A PRIVATE J f )n family will let Second Floor, three rooms, to gentleman an I wile or to gentlemen only; modern Im provements, rent $30. fl.lO LEXINGTON AVENUE.? PART OF A HOUSE fo a small family ; all improvements; with pri vate fumlly ; rent reasonable. Address COLES, box 83 Post ollice. 242 Part of a House, to a small family. FUR SA IjK. A A FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND LIQUOR STORE for sale? Doing an excellent business; long lease and low rent For particulars apply at M Cannon st. A GOOD RESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOM, DOWN town ; handsomely furnished Boarding House, near Fifth avenue ; small Hotel and Restaurant, down town; Cigar store on Broadway. warner a co., No. 8 Dey street AN ESTATE TO HE CL< iSHD OCT? STOCK OF M I N S and Boys' Clothing, store Fixtures, Counters, l esks, Gas Fixtures, Herring's Sulc, rosewood Billiurd Table, lour pockets. RANDOLPH'S Clothing Emporium, fisi Broadway. Avert old established boot and shoe Business for Bate on Sixth avenue, with or without stock : good custom and sale trade ; very little cash re quired : reason for selling, owner retiring. Appiy to BARE 8 a POUCHES, Attorneys, 167 Broadway. A KESTAI'RANT, BAB AND LODGING HOi'SE iV for sale ; best business location; now doing a good business; this is a rare chance. * MITCHELL'S store Agency, 7" Cedar street. A? CORNER LIQUOB STORES FOR SALE CHEAP; . best business locutions; downtown sample Booms, Ale Vuults, Hole la, Oyster Saloons, ('hop Houses, Cigar Stores. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 CedarstreeL A STATIONERY AND VARIETY STORK FOR SAI.E cheap. Al.-o Hat Stores, cheap Drug Stores, country Grocery Stores, Unlit .Manutuciiiriiu.' Business, Bakeries. MITCH ELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street. A soda AND MINERAL WATEB MANUFACTORY lor sale. Also (lentleman's Furnish inn Goods Stores, Confectioneries, Butler and Produce Stands; Stores to let. Ml i t; II ELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar slreet. A GOOD CORNER tJBOCERY I.N A FIRST CLASH neighborhood, with new Stock, for sale, a hurualn; cheap rent, and excellent trade; sallsluctory reasons lor aeUIng LLovn, as Broadway. A BABE CHANCE.? FOB SALB, one of THE oldest and fines, fitted up Barroom and Biliiard Booms ,n New York. Inquire on premises 409 Graud street, corner of Clinton, A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE FOB SALE-SITU uted ill a growing suburb of New York; elegant Fixture-; and Furniture; prescription business has doubled the past year; average daily cash sales last year, lui; avcr.uc number ot new prescriptions put up daily lust year, IS Bonn tide purchaser- only will please an. dress lor interview, giving real nalue and address, ACONITE, box 153 Herald olllc'\ A WEl.L LOCATED FAMILY LIQUOR 8TOBE FOB sale cheap? Oil Third avenue, doing a good busi ness; a good lease nnd low rent. Apply to llloMAS GAFFNEY, Auoilottccr, No. 8 Centre street V FIRST CLASS BOOT AND SHOE STOBE FOE sale, located in a great business thoroughfare ; splendid cash trade; extraordinary chance; sold in con sequence ol death. Particulars zs chambers street. (IEOROE W. SIM EES store Agi ncv. 4 HOI'SE FURNISHING STORE AND TINWARE J\ Store for sale, established 20 years; located In a great business thoroughfare; $20,000 a year; bargain. Particulars Zi Chambers street. GEORGE W. SIMERS, Store Agency. V FIRST CLASS OYSTER AND DRINKING SALOON for sale, well known , favorably patronized ; low rent; splendid chance for a live mau. Particulars 23 Chambers-street. GEORGE W. SIMERS, Store Agency. A No i LIQUOB STORE FOB SALB? IN NBIGH horhood of principal steamboat landimrs ; long lease ; very low reut; rure investment. Particulars 23 Chamber* stieet GEOBGE W. SIXERS, Store Agency. \N OLD ESTABLISHED (IROI EBY STORE FOB sale, In splendid business location ; extensive cash trade; enterprising party ; very rare opportunity. Par ticulars 23 Chambers slreet. GEORGE W. SIMERS, S'ore Agency. A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOB STOBK FOB sale In Williamsburg, doing a good haatnees; a long lense and low rent. Apply to THOMAS GAFFNEY, auc tioneer, No 6 Centre street. _ _ A WELL LOCATED LIQUOR AND LAGER BEEB Store for sale cheap, in the Ninth Ward, doing gotx! bnnlnesfl, with rooms iittflched antl low rent. Apply to THOMaS GAFFNEY, auctioneer. No. 6 Centre street. party having a lkase of second floor -rv Fiat In Twenty second street, between Klxhtk and Ninth avenues, desires to dispose- of the same, with tne Furniture. Address .1., box 300 Ilerald office. A BARE CHANCE.? FOR SALE, CHEAP, STOCK, Fixtures anil Goodwill ot a Dry (foods and Fancy Store, doing a good business; satisiactory reasons lor sellios' 17S I'avonta avenue, Jersey < Ity BUTCHER'S FIXTURES FOR SALE. -PORTABLE Ice House, 8x10, black, walnut and ash Racks, Coun ters. Chopping Block", Ac.; used oil v a lew months; must be sold before May I. GEO. GORDON, corner Forty-seventh street ami First avenue. Brown 8TONR.-s,ono feet dressed platforms, Id feet by W teef. Sills and Lintels. Aoulv (0 J. U. I- I'RA TT, ?() West Broadway W)H HALR, /lONFRCTIONKRY AND ICK ORE AM sa[.oon'dV)WW \J town, doiag a Hue retail and whole -ale business. tor sale cheap, as the owner has tw? Established M57; live years' lease. r-siaoiisticu P. F. CORtiBY. 12 Centre street / lOUNTERS, SHELVING AND SHOW WINDOWS FOK. mile. Apply At Mil Greenwich stre t. (1IOAK AND SAMPLE BOOM FOR SALR.? WELL J rltteil and stocked ; good I or. it >n ; cxcellciitcellar and 4 rooms above store; a rare chance. Apply t<> llALli, li! Wliliaui street DltUU STORE FOR SALE.? A LONG ESTABLISHED, well paying Store, on one ol the principal avenues of Brooklyn, with or without House -?na Lot. Inquire of l.IMKK A AMEND, 205 anil 2.J7 Third u venue. New \ ork. nRUG STORE FOR SALE? one OF THE BEST Lo cation* in the cilv, oil one of the principal avenues , well stocked and title. I, and doing a large hii-incs*; any one wishing to purchase a tlrst class store will find this a rare opportunity. Address box J, sal 1'nst office. l^OR HALE CHEAP, FOR CASH-FIRST CLASS r small Grocery iW Bridge street, Brooklyn. Ex amine ftore aud call on t oioiiel VVM. I* ROO.ME, SS5 Greenwich street. FtOlt SALE? A SPLENDID SALOuN, WITH RKSTAU raut and billiards, known a* "Odd Fellows' Hall," corner Grand and Ceutre streets. For lull particulars Inquire ofl the premlsi hK>B SALE IN BROOKLYN? \ FIRST CLASS GRO cery. with Horse ami Wagon ; good location; low n nt; cheap tor cash, as owner lias other business iu tho country. Iniuire or ItOfc A COMSTOCK, (irccuwicli street. T/OR SALE? THE INTEREST OF A RETIRING I* \RT F ncr in a lien' meat, poultry, llsh, ojster and vegeta ble *tnre; trom $6*1 to $<m> re<iuired; a good chance lor a man not mraid to work; corner Court and l'acitlu street*, Brooklyn; 1,001) chickens killed weekly. bvnt SU.E-$5,.V0 WILL BUY A FIRST CLASH corner Orocery Store, on one of the best avenues in (lie city, with l It lee years' Lease. Inquire at ti-6 Third avenue, eigar siore. EpOR SALE? AN OLD B8TAEUSHEO BITTEB OOB r Ui.il ainl Syrup I'UHlne^n; good routes In New York, Brooklyn and Williamsburg. Addresd I.E. J.. Herald office. liVlll SALE? II VRDWARE, IIOUSEFU RNtSlll NO r and stove Stor>' on Third avenue ; rare opportunity for any one who will give attention to bu-lness; price H.000. Address J. box IN Herald office. TpOR SALE? RI'SIN ESS, STOCK AND FIXTURES OF I a well lilted up Liquor Store, doing good business; reus.. n for selling sickness of owner, who will give lease to tliu right part*. Apply on premise*. M. I.YNCn, U1S Pad tic street, near Washington avenue, Brooklyn. ri; PALIS? LIQUOR STORE. APPLY AT 421 WEST street. LI OR SALE? A LIQUOR STORE, STOCK AND FIX I lures, with ApiulliH'llU to liveiu; tau bo bought cheap. 221 Elizabeth -tree t ; ?OR SALE? COUNTERS AND TABLES, WITH WAL I A' nut tops, some with drawer:- , office Kail Desks and I Tables, Iron Sale, shelving, iruck und Ha.-k. t Truck, at 70 Dunne street, second loft. "JjlOR HALE? THE OLD ESTABLISHED DINING AND I1 Lodging (louse kept by SAM I EL ,M U DOE I I' ibr the last eight vear.-v 221 We.- t hlreet; best stand lor buslneas on West side to good, responsible party. 17IOR SAI.E? LEASE, GOOD WILL, TRUCKS AC., OF " the old established wholesale and retail Hour ami Feed Store, 6'HJ First avenue, n> ar Thirtv-t'ourth street. flOR SALE? A NICE LIQUOR STO..E, \\ ITI1 APART uients to live iu ; rent cheap. Apply, lor live days, ut 415 West Forty-second street, in grocery store. ITtOR HALE? A BAR, OYSTER AND DINING SALOON. J? Inquire at IS West street. CIOR SALE? A HABDWAEE STORE B iTABLISBED 7 JP years; well located ; good stock; rent low ; will he sold cheap ; good reasons lor selling. Address T., box 113 Post olltcc. FMOR SALE? SODA WATER Fol NTAIN, A'. so ROOT Beer Fountain: both on marble ton counter; also Tumbler Washer, with pipes, jars, holders, all complete, ut a bargain. 103 Chatham street Fjloll SALE? THE NKW VARIETY MEAT MARKET, l,.ri72 Third avenue, between Eighty-eighth and I'.ight.viilnlli streets, doing a good business; reason for selling, domestic attlictlon. For other particulars call at the market any time during the day. Foil SALE? SECOND HAND SODA FOUNTAINS: Mathews' six and eigiit syrup Laplanders, one and two draughts; Dow's eight syrups, one and two draughts; Tutt's Arctic ten syrup and three draughts: Puller's six syrup anil three draughts; Lippincott's eight and ten syrups, one, two and three draughts, white hikI colored marble; Bigelow's eight syrup and one draught, und many other small and cheap urns, Vases, Ac., Air. also two small Mathews' Generators; all warranted in good order and will be sold very cheap. Druggists anil eonlec tinners contemplating purchasing will do well to call lie lore purchasing elsewhere. Apply to or address llEALY A SCRIPTURE, Liberty street, New York. IjlOR SALE? CARPET HEATING WORKS,? WHEB Icr's Novelty Carpet B ater, Baxter eight horso power Engine, Tools, Simp, Horse, Wagon and every thing complete, with a big line of fuslncss; price $7.U0tl; rare chance for an energetic man; put"iit In years to run. Address JOHN N. FULLER, Cleveland, Ohio. _ II OR SALE? A FIRST CLASH MEAT AND VEGE 1 table Market, For particulars inquire in store, 8a5 Sixth ITMUM. For sale-an old established fish and Oyster Market. Inquire. at l.Vi SjirliiK itfWt l/OK SALE l'AWNUKOKKKS' TICKETS FOR A JurgeitHcii stein w i ii 1 1 i i>k Watch, single Mono diamond Ring. Earrings ami stud ; will sell the tickets very cheap. Address A. BKDl'.LL, box I'JH Herald olttce. InOB SALE CHEAP OK EASY TERMS? A SAMPLE 1 mill Ltiuch Room down town. Apply to, ur address, A. IIL'UD, Washington Hotel, Fourth avenue. TjV?k ham: cheap? a neat cigar STORE, on ao r count of another business. Applv in the store, li>2 avenue A, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. fjlOR SALE CHEAP? A NEW EIGHT OALM1N SODA F Fount and Frame. Apply to Mr. JOYCE, at Hind A Murphy's, 81 Barclay street, New York. TilOR BALE CHEAP? A TEA AND COFFEE STORE. F well located ; doing u good business ; low rent ; party selling out to go ipto the whole?ale business. Call at 336 Greenwich street. H. CRAIG. Hakdware store for SALE? AT A BARGAIN; Lease to suit the purchaser. 03 Union |>lace, Grecn p.unt, Rrookly n, E. 1?. HAT STORE, STOCK, FIXTURES AND LEASE FOR sale, at hull thereat value, oil easy terms. Apply to H. LEASK, corner of Chatham and Pearl streets. Opportunity seldom offered even to spec ulator*. ? Heautitul imported Marble Counter, Show case. t handeilen,, Mahogany shelves and two Looking Glass Plate*, tort Sl.SJO, will be sold for $000. Apply, lor two (lav*. Irntn ID to 11. at No. 2 Heaver street. ONK OF 'THE BEST AVENUE BAKE KIES IN T11U city for sale. Apply at 27 and 29 Pearl street. PRINTERS' MATERIAL? A LARGE LOT OF SECOND hand Type. Stones, Stand", Ac., for sale, at 15 Vaflile water street. First Floor ol above building to let, flnxliJO, particularly adapted tor a composing room, there being a lame pressroom, stereotype foundry uud bindery In the building Ingulfs Oil t lie pHMm. PLUMBING BUSINESS FOR SALE? OLD ESTAR. listied; in a good location; owner going nut of the business. Address PLUMBER, Herald Uptown Branch oRlce, 1,1? Brotuwty. SATE FOE SALE.? A NEW MARVIN'S BEST fire prool and burglar proof Si#e ; double doors; combina tion lock ; never been used n duy : new Irom the manu facturers; tor sale at a bargain. owner bavins no use for it. Apply at 1 15 Broadway, room ?? CAFES, ALL SIZES AMI MAk'EKS, CHEAP FOR O cash. Dry filled Safes are fireproof until tested by fire. O. C. QUIRK'S Sale Marl, si Maiden tone, near Gold street. Safes.? a larob assortment of second band Safes of all styles and sizi ?> for sale cheap. Call and examine ut AMERICAN STEAM SArE COMPANY, ?M Broadway. SAFE FOR SALE CHEAP-MADE BY VALENTINE ,t Butler, in good condition, double doors; sl/.e Ml Inches high, .'iM wide and 211 deep. Address RAYMOND, bo* IW Herald office. CAFES.? EIGHTEEN SECOND HAND SAFES. VEItY k5 cheap, all size* and bust makers, at 72 Maiden lade. S^G. QUIRK. The lease, stock and fixtures of a gro. eery Store inr sale -Doing a Rood business; will sell cheap. Catl ut Ml Tenth avenue. MACHIHEMY, A MES' PORTABLE. YALE VERTICAL, SLIDE AND .W cut-ofT horl/.ontal, hoisting and pumping Engines, all sizes; also Boilers on baud; unproved Saw and Grain MilN, Gear's Variety mid other Wood working Machines; 1-ixH 2<tx42. 11x24 and Boiler and three-horse portable; good second hand Engines cheap. EDWARD P. HA.MSON, 38 Cortlandt st, New York. \ SPECIALTY- HORIZONTAL ENGINES- WE II AVB on band 7xlo. *xl2. 9x12, lux 16, 1 IxlS, 12x24, 13x30, 14x24, 11 X.I), l.'>,;tii. lrt*3tt. I*x24. Samples can lie seen at :v Cortlauut street. ,n end band Etn/lnes taken In ex change. WIIITKII ll.L f.MITH A Co., Manufacturers, Newburic, N. Y. \T WILSON ,V ROAKE'S, WAlER AND DOVER street-, a two norse Baxter, also hori/ontal, upright, portable and hoisting Engines, Boilers, Puuips, Shafting uud Pulleys, new and second hand. ? KKIIIT-IIORSE POWER ENGINE AND BOILER; j\ , also Shaftings, Pulleys, Belts; all complete. Ap ply at 3 a W est thirty-ninth street. 1/ NO I MB, 10X38 J 18X42; COMPLETE, IN RI NS ING J!i order; with or without Boilers; two Bets cylinder Boilers; would exchange lor worn out ones. JOHN STUART, 194 Broadway. IjlOR SALE? COMPOUND ENGINE, 12ft, AND ONE M? 1 horse power . guaranteed to gain SO per cent over others, the same fuel; also Boiler. SO, and one 30-horse ; warranted to gain 2A per cent. Apply to F. M. BLA.N. CIIAIU), No 7 I'ark place. I SOB SALE. -ENGINES, BOILBBB SHAFTING, Pit levs, Millstones, Tanks, l*iplng, steam Pumps, Hoist ing Engines, saw Tables, Planers, Ac. Address UENJa> KIN rox, W4 and MIwmI Thirty fourth street. BIOR SALK~LATIIES, VISES, TOOLS. SAFE, SOLU tlom, Ac., of silver-plating shop, cheap. M. J. A. KKANE, -2i Sixth street. IilOB SALE CHEAP? A STEAM DERRICK, IN GOOD 1 order ; 100 it et high, will lilt GO tons and swing MO feet. Address J. AUSTIN A CO., 108 Fulton street. New York. STEAM HOISTING ENGINES FOR SALS CHEAP? Constantly on hand ; all sizes made to order, and can clack In hat fiuo revolutions a minute with safety ; patent ed. J. RUSHWOkTH, 25H West Twenty-eighth st., N. Y. TtTANTED? A LOT OF PIPE, IN LABGE OB SMALL tt ijuantltles, from to S Inches Address, staling condition ami lowest cash price, box IriB Herald olBce. CIU4RM AND TOBACCO. I^SPANOLAS OF Havana TOBACCO, EQUAL F*S "i gVntune in appearance and quality, at per thous ?4d ; also tttsi celebrated "Whifl Pane M" las, S. T.J. RaVNLR a CO.. 60 Manlsu lane.

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