Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 23, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 23, 1873 Page 2
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CITY REAI. ESTATE FOR SAI.K. Central. . K ?A. ? A.? FOR SALE, AT A SACRIFICE. A FIRST MM four story high stoop hrnwn stone House, ?2.8x88. 95 foot Lot on west Hide of Madison avenue, 80 teet youth of Seventy-lourth struct, clear view to Park .three Woors in hard wood, parlor (loer cabinet work by Pettier w Sty in us, with library, butler's |iantry, mantel mirror*. Ac. Also h first class House ot similar dimensions and ?upertor finish on Mudison avenue, 28 teet from the tout beast corner of Sixty -first street. Term* to suit ; od location : lots taken tn payment ; houses open for Inspec tion. 1 miii i re of owner, A. Kl.ABER, at his marble works, 134 East Eighteenth street. A 4 STORY BIOS BTOOP HOUSE FOR SALE ON uV FItty-seeond street, near Filth avenue; newly and elegantly finished; size 17x65x100; built bv .1 Don nolly. For particulars apply to H. R. DREW A I'O , No B West Twenty -third street, rlfth Avenue Hotel. AFOUR 8TORV, CABINET TRIMMED. BROWN stone Mouse, between Madison and Fifth avenue.*, S&xSOxlOO; will be sold lor $50,000; worth $65,000 ; tills is an oppori unity seldom otlored. Apply to Dl'NN A tSEAICll, 202 Hrinid way. A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE ON FORTY-NINTH street, near Fifth avenue, for sale or to let, neatly painted and frescoed, in perfect order, with poi?esslori , ?6,000 cash payment, balance ( n favorablo terms. Apply go owner, JAMES C. 3PENCBB, 287 Broadway. A N EI, Eli ANT LARGE HOUSE, BETWEEN FIFTII ,x\ and Madison avenues, 2fi Fiftieth street. IK 1*70, with extension 25x18; in splendid condition; recently deco rated; finished in li ant wood ; mirrors; gas fixtures; pur lies leasing can purchase the carpets very reasonably ; *eut $3,800. Apply on the premises. , A ?FOR SALE, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE AND BE low the I'nrk, two strictly first class French flat Slouses, four story, 30x100; rents at present, $11,. HOT; In perfect order; a lease will be taken ifrei|Uired tor $11,000 to r three years. Apply at WJ Sixth avenue. VERT ELEGANT HOU8B, JU8T EAST OF FIFTH avenue, in Forty-third street, finished in the best for sale, at a sacrifice it purchased this week; below cost A. L. WgiLIAMB A CO., 188 Broadway. ?A v _rV ai St Vic, I fcoing t . A T LOW PRICES.? LAROE AND SMALL BROWN J\ stone Houses; 53d St., $16,500; 28th st. , near Broad Way. $28,000; Lexington a v., $25,000; 36th St., near 5th C v.. $,7.00,1 ; 38th st., do., $37,500 ; 54th st. near Madison v., 22x60x100, handsomely furnished, Ae., $42,000; 4Slth fell., near 5th nv.. $45,000; elegantly furnished House, iu i|ee, 51st do., $30,001). Pamphlet list mailed gratis. WILLIAM TUCKER, 220 Filth avenue.. A BROWN STONE FRONT HOUSE? FIRST CI, ASS J\ in every respect, built by day's work ; splendid lo cation, within three blocks ol the main eutrance to the J'ark; will be sold cheat), as the owner is retiring from noisiness. Inquire ot JOHN DONOVAN, 51 St. Mark's av enue, Brooklyn. A ?I WILL ALSO SELL A THREE STORY BROWN jV> stone corner House and Lot on Lexington avenue, one of the best built houses on the avenue, lor $28,000; n orth $38,000 ; must be sold. Apply ut \W sixth avenue, i g\ ?THE GREATEST BAROA1N FOR CASH I HAVE IxY. ever offered in one house and lot Is tbat splendid (lour story House anil Lot near Filth avenue, worth j$55.000; will be sold lor $38,5 tJ. Apply at once at WJ 'Sixth avenue. A SACRIFICE.? $!l.fi00 WILL BUY A NEW MODERN three story high stoop brown stone House oil 116th street (wide street), west of Third avenue: only $1,600 Cash required. S. fReI KENRICII A CO., 908 and 908 Third avenue. b>ROADWAY PROPERTY Folt SALE? NORTHWEST corner of Broadway (as widened) and Fifty-second ?treet, about 100 teet on Broadway by about 125 teet on (Fifty-second street ; terms to suit purchasers. Apply to A. T. sKUUKlil, <t SUN, Broadway, Fiity-sccond and CFifty-third streets. XlOR SALE.? MADISON AVENUE, CORNER OF 132l? J street. Nova Scotia brown stone lront; will sell, let or exchange ; termswiil be made to suit. Apply to POWER BROTHERS, 1,432 Broadway. jTT'OR SALE? ONE OR TWO FINE FOUR STORY LT brown stone Houses on Lexington avenue, near Ventral Park. Inquire ol owner, 440 Broadway, second floor. rCVIR SALE? FOUR NEW BROWN SToNE FRONT lF first class tenement Houses, 37 Spring and 211, 2Li and ii!l5Mott streets. Inquire at 20 Second avenue. I ?nun ? IU iinoi j- win 1 -,-sr, ? I'..s I 11 ,-sior.l.l ? 'J/ Four story brown stone front, hicli stoop all modern {ntprovements ; between Madison and i-iitii avenues; ease fiOycnrs. Inquire on the premises. ftpo* BALE-ON TWENTIETH STREET, A FOUR J story 20 by 50 brick House, real estate, only $8,000: ftiust lie $2,500 cash; eight Lola, 100 teet on 123d street, 100 jfeeton 124th street; whole sum tor the 200 feet only ?25,0o0; cash $15,000. II V LAN. . t.' East N in. t. eiitll st. IjVJR SALE? FIVE FOOB STORY BROWN 8TONB Wgh stoop Houses, In Forty -fifth street, between Broadway and Eighth avenue, 2>?Kect westoi Broadway; also three three story brown stone high stoop Houses, 15) Teet west ol Eighth avenue. In Fortv-fitth street, with re newals 10 years. Astor lease. Inquire on tlie premises, or at 242 West Forty tilth street. I jlOR SALE OR TO LET? ON FORTY-NINTH STREET, near Fifth avenue, a beautiful Residence, painted atul irescoed and in perfect order, with immediate pos session HENRY A. SMITH, 1 ,2! ti Broadway. Fifth avenue, below thirty-first street.? (Lute owner iust deceased)? Very substantial lour ?story high stoop llou-e, lot 25x100, tor sale, with iminedi- | ate jiossession. lurnished or unliiriiishcd, at u very rea- i sonable figure. This property ha- an immense prospect ive value tor business purposes uot taken into considera tion in price asked to-iiay. V. K. si EVENSoN, Jr., 11 Pine street. "IT ALU U'.I E TENEMENT AND FACTORY PROPERTY v for sale ; 100x103; includes 4 tour story Houses, 20x 40. and 2 six story Factories, 30x103 and 23x75; factories liave steam heaters and tire extinguish rs on each floor; ?trice, including Boilers^ Engines, Shafting, Ac., $ll5,o?i<>; terms very easy ;only $25,i?X)cash ; the balance can remain mi bond and mortgage ; iliis is paying property, having rented last year lor $17,OUO: $10,000 a year net can be made. W. O. KNIGHT, $S7 Fourth avenue. /"Til AVENUE. NEAR FOLTY-NINTII STREET.? THE * ? finest medium-sized high stoop House on the avenue ; B rooms deep -.elegant order; price extremely low; with newand beautiful Furniture ; terms easy. Apply to W. 'I. SEYMOUR. 171 Broadway. ONLY FOR A THREE ST<?KY HIC.H iP.10.tJUU stoop Dwelling, let out in floors; loca tion In that splendid block. Fiftieth street, .tusi east ot' ?Third avenue; 26-toot front; rents verv well; $7,000 can remain on first mortgage. s. I RE1DENRD I1 .v CO., O'fi and 90S Third avenue. 4>1 e nnn ?for bale, on clinton flace, JPI'J.UUU, between Broadway and University I dace, a tine four story anil basement high stoiin House, n fine order, 25xS0x^ the block ; ground rent $2'i0; Sail urs' Snug Harbor lease. U. N'AOLE, 14'.) Fourth av. <tu 4,>0 /WIA WILL BUY A FOUR 9TOBY HIGH "VF stoop brown stone liotiw, fliBlnhed In a superior style ; 19x55xlt>u5; location Sixiy-tlrst street, near Lexington n venue ; terms very easv b. PREIDENRICH A CO., 906 and 'JOS Third avenue. Eait .Side. A N EXQUISITE LITTLE BROWN STONE HOUSE, -t*. elegantly lumlrhcd, for sale. before May I, tor $25,000; easy terms. See premises 21!' East Seventy-sec ond street (wide street), or tall on SlLSBhK, 187 Canal 1 Mreet. A NICE, SMALL BROWN STONE HOUSE FOR sale? 132 East Twenty-seventh street, near Lexing ton avenue; price low ; Immediate possession. JOHN FOLHx. No. 2 Astor House. TOOK SALE? A OOOD HOUSE IN HARLEM, 107 X East 119tli street, two story basement mb-cellar, with nil improvements: S5.5O0. Inquire on premises or at .165 Wert Thirtieth street. Terms easy. iitOR SALE AT HARLEM -THIS IS NO FICTION ! 1 We otter the cheapest business corner in Harlem; one or three houses; ten percent, guaranteed; corner tllouse. tour story brick, 2.1x50. It you want a liargain look at this. BROWNE A CO., 2,240 Ihird avenue. 'qouthern boulevard, near third avenue, Bridge; fer sale an entire B.ock, M lots: very choice. Terms reasonable, F. O. A D. BROWN, 90 Broadway. THE CHEAPEST BUSINESS I'oKSKR in iiarlem 4 story brick House, 22x50, worth $2.1.1100. lor SJo.UOO; possession ; terms easy. BROWNE A CO., 2,240 Third avenue. Three story high stoop brown stone house, perfect repair, with all modern Improvements; 20x &5xi(x>. Apply on the premises, 121 East Forty sixth Street, near Lexington avenue. <f>1 4 (\f|A ?THREE BTOBT HIGH STOOP BBOWN JP1 X.Ul "J. stone: all Improvement*; in good order; (tainted and frescoed ; good neighborhood '.worth look ing: at. Apply to owner, on premises, 242 East Fiftieth street ?Qn nnn T() ?so.ooo.? obsibablb houses on *V" Lexington avenue. Sixteenth, Elgh tccnth. Thirtieth, Thirty -second. Forty-tilth, Forty-sixth and Fiftieth streets, until May. A.L. WILLIAMS A CO., 1:8 Broadway. Weal Si<k. , At HALF TRICB-A FINE MURRAY STREET Store; five story, brown stone front, 26x100 feet, in good order: on easy terms ol pavrncnt The owner, in ill health, will sell the Store far below its real value. In quire ot F. PHILLIPS. 245 Broadway. A BARGAIN.? FOR SALE, IN MACDOUGAL J\ street, near Ainity, three story brick House, in good order and must be sold at once. Apply to OGDEN A CLARK, Broadway, corner of Seventeenth street. TJUILDING LOTS? ON FIFTY SIXTH STREET. WEST I ? of Ninth avenue, lor sale or exchange for good city Mortgages; long credit. Address J. C. LEVI, No. 7 War ri n street ,T^OR SALE? IN WEST FORTY FOURTH STREET, J1 first class browa stone front Houses 247 and 249, 1K.9 Sect by 50. Inquire on premises or of JAM1SS BLACK HCKhT, '225 West Forty -eighth street, "HOB SALE? ON THE WEST BIDE OF NINTH AVE .r nue. four story Stores ami tiwellincs; also three story high stoop brown stone Houses, well located on the west side; will be sold okeap and on ' asy terms, lnuulre at 402 West Fifty-fourth Mreet, XIOR SALE-FURNISHED OR "UNFURNISHED, 147 J West Fifty third street ; perlect order. Cau oe seen from 3 to 6 P. M JVJR SALE-LOTS, SITUATED BETWEEN THE Post Estate and Morning Side Park. Apply at 54 William street, room 20. FV>R SALE OR TO RENT? AN RLEtiANT FOUR story high stoop brown stone House, :?>5 West Fittv Heventh street; Fllty-seventh street Is 100 leet wide arid this house is within one block of Orand Circle and en trance to Central Park, which makes the bwatlon very desirable; price very reasonable; terms to suit. Inquire jtt all hours on the premises, or of the owner, FRANCIS WAKTIN, ?|gWest hfty irst street SIXTH AVENUE CORNER FOR SALE CHEAP Throe story brick house and .to years lease ol lot; t>cst business corner between Fourteenth and Twentieth M reel* Particulars ol MITCHELL, 77 Cedar street. mfj nnn ?cheapest in the city? pramb I i'/Uu, House and I/ot 4.VS West Sixteenth street ; fast improving neighborhood, lot worth the niouvy; terms to suit, owner, 4:9 West Sixteenth street. dtio OOH I OR A THRBE-STORT BRICK-HOUSE and lot, 21x100; hsuse 21x50; all modern improvements ; 14 rooms. In perfect order; 421 West "J w.'iity-elghth street, near Ninth ? venue CITT BGAL IWTATK FOR HAI.E. Miwtll?neoui. A FIRST CLASS FINISHED THREE STORY HIGH stoop brown stone House, in unexceptionable neigh borhood . extra plumbing; entire house In pertoct order; MUOU. and very little cash, will buy it t!?U week; niter tlmt will be withdrawn from market; don't lose thin op. nortunilr to secure n beautiful home cheap and on oasjr terms. VAC HE A BROWN, 971 Third avenue/; AOREVT BARGAIN IN Til IK l>, FOURTH AND Sixth avenue Property for sale : also first class Tenement Houses very low tor cash , private Houses on easy term* Apply to JOHN FBTTRETCU, 1,(0# Third av. H1UKIKLV !M PROPERTY FOB 0AUE AND TO IjKT. JJEKALD BRANCH OFFICE? BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK IIF.RALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, IN TIIK LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOEIIUM ST OFFICE Ol'EN FROM A A M. TILL 9 T M. ON SUNDAY FROM ,S TO 0 P M CARRIERS AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. A BARGAIN. ? A NKW THREE STORY BRICK House, 2l)x.'VixlOfi, with every Improvement; first class neighborhood Vpply at the office of the late A. J Walker. 112 John street, Maw York, trom 12 to o'clock. Anew three story bbown stone house with every modern improvement, in a flrat ''lass neighborhood in Brooklyn, for .-.lie; price #11, i'i, !XJO cash or less will i>u> it. JACOB SHARPE, ,'W Pine street. A SPACIOUS AND VERY HANDSOMELY FINISHED three story Philadelphia brick House, all improve ments; brown stone basement uud splendid cellar ; nice garden, with lart-'e vino arbor; all in very belt condition , location und neighborhood most desirable; only 10 to 15 minutes' ride to all the ferries; vv 111 be sold lowtoa prompt purchaser agents. Address 1. , box 5,ti5i fiew York Post offlce. A MANSION TO LET? 27 FEET BY 40 FEET. WITH Extension 20 feet, partly furnished or untarnished, situated corner Washington and Greene avenues; a lino location; ample lawn, garden and fruit; convenient to cars, 20 minutes to Fulton ferry. Parlies desiring the advantages ot a suburban residence in the city will find this a rare opportunity. For particulars and permit ad dress J. DAvENPOBT, No. 9 Greene avenue Brooklyn heights .-three story furnished Mouse lo let. for si* months; all improvement*, new ly fitted up ; jduasaut Summer residence , rem moderate to a private family SB Orange street. Brooklyn property forsale or exchange? One of the finest lots on Brooklyn Heights, 24x118; also twi. on Herkimer sireet. Principals, address R.. box 2,io:i New York PoatofBet. I7IOR SALE? AT A GREAT BARGAIN, THE STOCK and Lease of a Hew and second hand Furniture Busi ness; established over twenty years and doing a flood business; a first rate place for calls. 200 Atlantic street, between Boeiutu place and Smith street, Brooklyn. For sale? in Brooklyn, two blocks from Prospect Park, two handsome uew Houses, three storv, basement and sub cellar, brown stone ; first class in every respect; Carlton avenue, between St. Mark's avenue and I'rospcct place, inquire on the premises, 000 Carlton avenue. For sale? a first class brown stone House, new; all improvements: situated on Mc Donough street, near Throop avenue, Brooklyn; bargain; terms easy. COOLEY A REYNOLDS, LOSS Fulton street, corner Downing. EIOB BALE CHEAP? A DESIRABLE PLOT FOR M AX P ' ufacturer* or builders, corner Bridge and Plymouth stroets, 100x107k, two blocks from ferry; or will be di vided It desired. Appiy to THOMAS KELLY, 65 Jay street, Brooklyn. Ij^OR SALE OR LEASE? FOR A TERM OF YEARS, the Factory Property at the corner of North Filth and Second street", Williamsburg, I'M) by 100, with two brick Buildings. 25 by 50 each and stable. Apply to GEO. B. SAWYER, 4ti Bedford avenue, or on the prem ises. ?DAPID TRANSIT.? CHOICE LOTS. 25X101) FEET, I V under close restrictions, in a first class neighborhood, near Proapect Park, Brooklyn, and the line of the pro posed Rapid Transit steam road, tor sale at and up wards ; a splendid opportunity tor investment or specu* lation. Apply a' the offlce ot the late A. J. WALKER, 111' John street. New Y'ork, from 12 lo 2 o'clock. TO LET? HOUSE, $650; THE DESIRABLE TWO story and basement brick House 13 Debevolec place, near Wlilotubby stn et, short distance fVom City Hnll; contains all improvement* and in good order. Apply to DRAKB A Co., No. 'J Wiiioughhy street To LET? THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK HOUSE. 24x50, ill fine order, all modern improvements, rent SI, 000, i:t Tompkins place, Brooklyn; ten minutes' walk from Hamilton avenue ferry, ten minutes' ride from Ful ton ferry. Appiy to T. C. MOORE, Real Estate Agent, corner Clinton and Degraw streets. 110 LET? FURNISHED, THBEB STORY AND BASE ment brick House, all Improvements, near terries, in Brooklyn. E. I>. ; rent low. Inquire al 212 Broadway, room t>, New York. riM> RENT- THE NKW BBOWN STONE HOUSE, FUR J nislicd or unfurnished, 399 Clermont avenue, Brook lyn. located between two car routes from Fulton terry. Apply to F. W. WOODS. liilS Fulton sireet An To S4 WEEKLY.? COMFORTABLE FURNISH ed Apartments tor housekeeping, 132 Hopkins street Brooklyn; take Flushing avenue cars from Fulton ferry to Tompkins avenue. A p lily all the week. <*? I TAft? ^ NINETEENTH WARD. BROOKLYN ? ?IP' r. I " " " Very cheap thre" story brick, 9 rooms, with modern improvements; terms to suit purchaser. Apply to WM. O. IsUMNfcK, Ml Broadway, Brooklyn. E. D. WESTCHESTER COl'JVTY PROPERTY FOR SAIjE AND TO RE XT. 4 SPLENDID NEW COTTAGE, EIGHT ROOMS; TWO . \ city Iota, barn, grape arbor. young fruit tree* : water in tlir bouse ; i'l minutes from Grand i cnrral depot; lour minutes' walk Imm depot; price S3, SOU. Address WM. WHITE, Mount Vernon, N Y A VERT DESIRABLE AND SUBSTA NTIAL FRAME J V llnuse, w 1 1 1 1 fix Lota, 25x100 inch, tor sale cheap, on u corner In West Morrlinnla ; high ground ; good locu tion; price $14,1110; term* easy. JOHN 8. PIERCE, 100 Broadway. A BARGAIN.? BEAUTIFUL ESTATE NEAR TARRY J\ town tor sale, 'i Rll value; lor sale, rent or ex change, t'5 Acre* near Peeksk ill. W. POOLEY, 330 Fifth avenue. ]jii)K SALE or to LET? COUNTRY SEAT ON THE Hudson, in lower Westchester county, within one hour ot Wall street ; price ton very easy terms) $33,000; rent ito a wood tenant) 91, 500. Address box 2, Sly I'ost of ?<?<?, >ew York. I^oR SALE OR TO RENT? HOUSE AND LARGE Carriage House und 16 City Lots at .Mount Vernon ; an abundance of iruit and sidciidid shade trees, shrubbery, Ac. . house contains 10 rooms; well and rain water in the kitchen ; finest place in Mount Vernon , would exchange for City Property. Apply to J. H. NICHOLSON, Ml Eighth aveuue. I BURNISHED HOUSE. WITH STABLE, TO LET? ON the Hudson (40 minutes trom Forty -second street), Iron) June li to September 15; views fine. Address O. P. 1*., station D. Hotel to let.? the cuff house, at rye, Westchester county, !?. Y., on Long Island Sound, turnlshed; about on" hour trom New York hv New Huxen Railroad; boating, bathing and flsl.ing; also ad joining? ( ttage, Stable and Grounds. Apply at II Wall street, room II. RIVERDALE, WESTCHESTER COUNTY.? FOR SALE or to let. a first class Resilience, in perfect order, with was and water; fine lawn and garden planted; good stables, . one hour iroin Wall street. Apply to WEB ST E It woodman. Rivcrdale, or 121 Willlaui street, near Fulton, .New York. SPECIAL NOTICE.? FOR HALE, AT MOUNT VERNON. IO N. Y . three minuter from depot a new two story aad | basement Irame Dwelling House, 22x30, finished In best manner; lot 5(txl Oft ; price f.'i.iflo Inquire for Mr. .IACOB JAEGKR, at J. Lockwood's office, at the depot, southeast corner of Fourth avenue and First street. mARRYTOWN.-TO I.KT, A NICE PLAGE OF TWO I in res ; house, 13 rooms; iruit abundant; Hue river view . carriage house, Ac. ; rent $900. ?IOIIN WkBBER, 2X1 Grand street, corner Bowery. TO I.KT? FOR ONE YEAR OR SIX MONTHS, A VERY desirable furnished House, on Motinfllope, 'Iremont, SO minutes trom Grand Central depot; line location , car den und fruit. II rooms; water in kitchen; a large collar, Ac. ; tcrtns moderate to a g<s.d tenant Call on owner, 238 East Jwilfth Mreet, New York. E. B. GOODRICH. TO LET? A MERCHANT TAILOR STORE, NO. 9 Johnson street, one door flfom Fulton; the premises were occupied a number of years by Mr. E. Bern ; the lo cution is the best In Brooklyn for a first class tailor; a b ase ot three vcars II required. Apply-to W S. PENDLE TON, photographer. 311 Kulton street. Brooklyn. "* ToNK ERS? KoR SALE OR LET- TWO FINK HOUSES 1 (enc with stable), near boat landing; superb river view? i ny^AS COLLINS, opposite siuiion,or Ht'BUKT A PI ItSHUN. T5iHr6i(TW*y, "yo.N K KRS.? TO RENT? A NEW, CONVENIENT X House, well situated; statfirfi within 10 minutes' walk , very cheaii to responsible U nunl Address PRO PRIETOR, Herald offleeT JLIi.NKY CITY, KOBOKIIN, III IISON CITY AND teRHEN RK.AI, I'.STATK. F#r Bale. An elegant noun, beautifully located, on Whiton street, Jersey City , having every conve nience; IS minutes by horse cars and nve minutes by steam cars from the terry; price $5,500; terms easy. W I LLIAM S. QAVKY, .14 Bleecker street ?JjlOR SALE AT HOBOKKN, N. J.? PINE BRICK RKSI J? Ucnce on Hudson street, line lo< ation, #ih,x?o. Ufco. II. lllLLYElt, S2 Cedar street. To Let or Lease. TO LET? IN JERSEY CITY, A THREE STORY AND basement brick House; modern improvements; office room reserved by a physician, who desires board ; other rent nominal. Address D. A. ('., Herald office. PROPERTY OUT OK TIIK CITY FOR SALE OH TO REWT. A-EI.1ZABETHPORT, N. J., VACINITY OF SINGER . Machine Works; a handsome Cottage, with two l.ots. lor .-ale ; house contains 7 rooms, water and gas; op posite .laeksoa Park, the proposed site for the erection of the State Caidtol buildings and grounds, will sell very law. Addrem OWNER, box 15? Herald office. AT NKW BRIGHTON.? TO RENT, A OENTLE MANS furnished Residence, containing 13 rooms, billiard room, wttii commodious stables, cow and cowhouse and pasture, hennery, gardens ; beautiful views and agree able surroundings W A. COLLINS, 3M I'lne street AT NEW BRIGHTON, HTATBiT~isLAM^UNSUR ir,j> EJ2fri?l2cV!u.n*' Houses, all Improvements ; renta ISSn VSPj, *-!.^0" year; furnished, $li)0, $190. 1J"), $!Hio month tor Htimmor; ioine wltU billiard rooms, oitcnsivc grounds. W. A. COLIflNB, a Pine street. A BARGAIN? COLFAX .HOMESTEAD FAMR 165 ii .*.! rj,..ai ?1 "".'''i1""' U ?wprovem enta. Near mi til and and Muuiuair 'tttilxnadjk Must be sold, owner goidg lOUth, l|, jf ^I.t.KH PROPERTY OUT OP THE CCTT FOR SAL.K Ott TO BKUT, AT NEW BRIGHTON, a I.-A VERY DESIBABLK Villa R*?*idcnce to let ; location unsurpassed : every convenience and in good order; about one aero in gar den. The place is situated near ?o .he lerry una in ? lie best neighborhood. AIno one adjoining t? the above, lurnlttliua. Address J. M. PENDLETON, M Warreu at. A COSV HOUSE ol eight rooms, bnth, watir closets, wash trays, ole vated ovcu range, hunter, cellar, double lot, o??wered und muci.damizcd street; llvo minute* from depot at W Milestone, L. I.; 26 minutes iroin Humor's Point; 42 trains daily , fi A. M. to midnight, hy elegant Flushing and North.slde Kuilroatl , lor ule lor monthly payments ol * ??, Without interest, and $75J cash ; one year's commutation (reu ; beautiful scenery ; well dr. lined , healthy ; churches, school? ? and moro conronlentlo business lhau Sixtieth street, New York. Neighborhood under restrictions. < "Mil on II K. VAN SICLEN, 133 Nassau street, Mid getfret pas* and visit it AT MENDHAM, N J.? A MODERN 10 ROOM, ATTIC and cellar House, with iyt acres ol Land, ill the heart ol the village; post office. churches and Mores, -0J yr 3iWtoci, all .u good order, 17,000. E. ^'iOKIiOUT. Liberty streot, New York. A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE FOR SALE OB TO LET? Ai Tenafiy, N. J. , II rooms; Ave minutes' waik ft" out depot; only $3,800 cash required ; a oargnin. __ WARREN A CO., No. fi Dey street A MANUFACTURING PROPERTY PORSALK, LE*SE . or exchange, near New York; merchandise and clothing lor improved property; improved Farm iu Illinois lor cxi tiange. WARREN A CO., No. 6 Hey street. A-V-TWO fine dwellings for sale or to lot, very i lioap and on cany terms; BO minutes from ?'i'v Hall; commutation $ftiayear: if trains a day, iroin I A M to midnight Price $7,dl)l> ami $9,300; worthy of attention ; fine neighborhood. Inquire of V PlUUill'dt U45 Broadway. A N ELEGANT RESIDENCE AND POUR l.OTS, WITH 7\ (he use of the eight, adjoining lots: grape vines and frm l ot' nil kinds; on Lyons or Second struct, near Van Winkle street, Paterion, N. J,, to lease WILLIAM s. GAVEY, 'M Bleeoker street BiTIliDIN.l PLOTS ON LINK OK NKW JERSEY CEN. tral Railroad, 50 minutes from New York, BOxiOO for on easy pay menu, near Hue. improvements RENNET, No. 9 Pine street. /COUNTRY HOME? RENT OR FOR SAI.K LOW; roomy; modern improvements; large garden ; near depot Address box 1 ?, Soinerville, N. .1 COUNTRY RESIDENCE TO LET? FIVE MINUTES' J walk from the depot at PortchoHter house barn | ami stable , one aere of uroiiml ? shaded Address J. L i MOSIIER, Glenville, Conn. lOSEY COTTAGE, NINE ROOMS, SIX LOTS (MR. | . ' rinse House ; beautifully shaded ; fronts hay; bathing ; live minutes' walk from ferry. Stnten island . $4.1*10; terms to suit D'aRKIN, .'hi Broad street. c 10TTA0E8, PLAINFIELD, N .1 , ON THE HOME Savings Bank plan; no cliurl.it mrv in this project, T. K. ToMl.lNSON, Sr., 71 Broadway, roomttL E3AST THIRTY'FOUETH STREET.? TO LEASE, 14-', j the Store or House, Irnm one to three years, ai a very low rent to a good tenant; is near Hunter's Point terry. Apply to I SOUTHW10K A CO., IB-'-j Pulton street, near Hroadwuy. FUBM for SALE? 48 ACRES; AS CLEARED ; SPLEN did house, barn uml outhouses ; near I'tiea; school and churches close by; price $l,(ioo. Apply at 3IM First avenue. Fine farm? 100 acres; good buii.dings; six acres in cranberries; nil in tine order: 2.4 hours from New York ; $0,000; U worth $ri,000; terms to suit. DAURIN, SO Broad street I[10R SALF? NEWARK, N. J.? TWO STORY AND attic Cottage, with extension ; all medern improve ments; four minutes of Soath Broad street station, New Jersey Railroad; $\HOO: $1,900 cash, balance on easy terms. J. M. ELLIOTT, No. 2 William street, New York, or US Vanderpool street, Newark, N. J. IIOR SALE-THIRTY MILES PROM NKW YORK. AT a flourishing station on a leading railroad, a well established, popular and successful general Store, having a profitable trade, with a numerous and select class of customers; a rare opportunity: satisfactory reasons lor selling, Address S. E. D., Herald office. FOR SALE? ELEGANT STONE HOUSE: WILL BE finished to suit purchaser: acres; four minutes' walk to Highland station, adjoining Englewood, N. J. W. BLAIR IE, 151 Broadway. 171 OR BALE-TO CLOSE AN ESTATE, AT FLATBU8H, ' L. I., a fine Residence, barn, carriage housu, Ac., six acres; very low and on very easy terms. HORACE BARNARD, Attorncy-at-Law, 98 Broadway. TIOR SALE? A FINE FARM OF lfiO ACRES, SITU F ated in Sullivan county. New York, a few miles from town of Liberty, und quite near the Parksville sta the 1 tion ; to be sold cheap. Afl inquiries to bo made at gro cery store 22S West Eighteenth street For sale-at a sacrifice, near BRENTWOOD Station, L. I., trontlng railroad, Cottage 50 Lots, 100 Lots cleared land. PEARCK, 74 South Tenth street, Williamsburg. IjlOB SALE? A BEAUTIFUL SUMMER AND WINTER Residence, containing 14 rooms; house newly fur nished; in complete order ; all improvements; carriage house, stable, ice house, Ac. ; I % acres, all free and clear; location unsurpassed lor healtnlneMi five minutes' walk from station; 41 miles hy Harlem Railroad : price, tor house and fhrulture, $14.1*10. Full particulars by address ing OWNER, box 75 Pott office, Kutouah, Westchester county. New York. TjlOR SALE? AT WniTESTONE, A NEARLY Nl.W r House situate upon high ground overlooking Long Islnnd Sound ; price $6,000; $1, 0?x? cash and time oil bal ance. R. D. Tl't'KER, 44 ( li;f street. ClOR SALE? A DESIRABLE FARM OF 111) ACRE8. r with two dwelling houses, barn, Ac., situated near the foot ol the Cutskill Mountains, inquire until '^>>th inst. at 707 Sixth avenue, between Fortieth and Koriy tlrst streets. ROBERT N SMITH. For sale at darien, conn.-a charming place of about three acre*; excellent home; (food barn and out buildings; fruit, garden ; short dbtance from the Sound ; good fibbing, boating and bathing. JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street. IilOR SALE AT KINGSTON, N. J.? A CHARMING place ot twenty acre*; excellent house and out buildings, good order, choice fruit, shade; near depot; prii ?? $6,lKX); stock and agricultural implements complete lor $600. JAMES PRICE, 2110 Hudson street. IIOR SALE OR LEASE? FOR A TERM OP YEARS, A brick and stone Mansion, 8(xlS7 feet, near the city; suitable tor hotel. Institution or gentleman's residence. A. H. RATH BONE, 176 Broadway. I[H>R 8 ALB OB BENT? HANDBOME COTTAGE, 10 ' rooms: Passaic River view; near station ; SO minutes from New \ork ; modern improvements; price moderate; terms easy. GEO. K. HILL, No. Sjjj Hue street. C3 HEAT BARGAIN? ONLY $1,800, TERMS EASY. ? FOR T sale? A Farm of IKl) acres, good barn; common house: 100 acres cleared land, 70 acres meadow, the balance timber land; this Is a desirable property for grazing; situate 8 miles from Stroudsburg and 8 miles from Henryvllle. Apply or address MILES L. HUTCH INSON a CO., Kast Stroadsborg, Moatoe county, Pa. Homes in nbw jersey. _i rouses, farms and Lots tor sale, rent or exchange ; property In Eliza beth aud Linden a specialty. C. T. WARREN, 16a Broadway, room 11. Handsome modern cottagb? is rooms, to let, in Stamford, Conn. ; furnished or unfurnished ; Half acre lot; house has gas, range, heater; good water; handsomely shaded and good neighborhood; no mos quitoes. Address owners, III BUAKD A HOLLY, Slum lord, Conn. TONO BRANCH COTTAGES To RENT FURNISHED; J printed catalogues with lull descriptions and special survey maps to be had at our offices. F. G. A D. BROWN, No. MO Broadway, corner Wall street, and branch office, oppaaite depot, Loag Branch. MORRISTOWN -TO RENT, FOR SUMMER SEASON or year, elegantly furnished Country Seats and Cot tages; Property ot everv description lor sale or ex. change. J. HENRY JOHNSON, 86 imlwiy. Monti-lair, n j.-to let. a cottage with 9 rooms and stable: tirst class order; pleasantly lo cated a short distance from the station; hot and cold water on tlrst floor. Apply to RHODES BROS., 1U9 Pearl street. New York, or W. .lAColll S, Montclalr. ONLY $40 PER MONTH AND S400 DOWN WILL BUY a pretty House, six rooms and cellar, lot ISO tcet deep, in Garden I'ark, eight minutes from depot, at Whltestone, L. I., 26 minutes trotn Hunter's Point; 43 .trains daily, ti A M. till midnight, by elegant F. and N. S. RIC . one year's comiuntation free; twautlfnl scenery, high ground, healthy ; churches, schools and more con venient to business than sixtieth street. New York. Why pay rent for part of a house when vour rent will buv you a beautiful home? Call on U. K. VAN SICLEN, ltt.1 Nassuu street, and ge t tree [.a-? and visit it. ON STATEN island.? a cottage on the water, foot of Davis avenue, Ave minutes' walk trotn Sailors' Saug Harbor. Apply to 11. P. DELAKIELD, M Pine street Rare chance-for sale or to let? large Italian Villa, built expressly for owner, close to Montrose station. Orange, N. J lveys at station or HU BERT A pirsson, IN Roadway. QRVERAL TASTY COTTAGES ON CENTRAL RAIL ?3 road to let (privilege buying), rent $30 per mouth; beautiful Residence near Engle wood to exchange. J Ay Its, Commlssieuvr of Deeds for all states. - CJMITHTOWN, L. I.? RICE PLACE OF TWO ACRES; C5 10 miuutes from depotl house has 13 rooms; truit abundant and heavy shade ; carriage haute, stabling, garden, 4c. Address THEODORE W. SMITH, Sinitil town I'ost office. Tub blroant i private residence at rtr, Westchester county (26 miles from cltv on New Haven road), formerly owned by Heniamln l*?der, Esq., will ba openad tor Summer Boarders on May 1; the house has gas and bath : it situated on tiigli ground, command ing a tine view of the Sound: 10 acres of land In shade and Irult trees; accommodations lor coachmen and horses; beach within easy distance; location healthy ; twelve minutes' walk from station For further particu lars apply at No. tl East Thirty fourth street. Three splendid farms at peekskill for sale cheap? 87, !>5 and 170 acres each : beautiful loca tions, gooil soil ; tine improvement*; terms caay. Partic ulars ot M ITCH ELL, 77 Cedar street. rpo ARTISTS? A FINE, LARGE STUDIO, WITH I north skylight, to rent by the season or year. atCata klll, N. Y. Address lock box .1, Post office. Catsklll. TO LET? AT LYONS, FURNISHED, A TWO STORY House, with two story Kitchen; barn, half acre land; five minutes from horse cars, two miles from Elizabeth ; rant tan Apply to Jon N .-parks, near premises. mo LET? FURNISHED, a COUNTRY RESIDENCE A and three acres, location delightful and healthy. #0 minutes from city ; stables, cow, Ac. ; also Cottage. Ad dress W. liKEIih, Jerome, Westchester county. N. Y. TO LRT? AT BERGEN POINT, N. J.? A HOUSE OF II rooms, with all improvements; near boat, railroad station, churches, schools, Ac. Apply to D. LATOUK B1TE, Bergen Point. rpo LET? 12 NEWARK STREET, NEWARK, N. J? A 1 beautiful Mansard roofed House, completed last Fall and never occupied ; IS rooms; all modern convenl e ryes ; large yard, shady street, higb ground ; S minutes' walk from Morris and Essex depot; rent $?00 per year. Inquire of owner. Dr. BuYLAK, 77 Amity street, New York, or at 1W James street, Newark, N.J. LET? VERY LOW TO DESIRABLE TENANT A Cottage of 11 rooms, furnished plainly or unfur nished; garden and stable; SO minutes from foot of Bar clay street, two minutes from depot. Apply St Si B* chaagc place, row 18. PROPERTY OUT UP THE CITY FOR ?AliB OR TO RHMT. TO LBT?A PABM or ABOUT PIVB ACHES, sfx miles above llarlem; comfortable dwelling, out nouM. barn; lull of Iruit Ireos. Apply to MORHI.s BAIS Lh.Y, Weal cheater village, or &. BURNTON, INI Kourtii aveiiuo, New York. TO LET? TO A RESPONSIBLE PERSON, WHO CAM keep a drat ( last boarding lionsn ai I'assaic, N. J., minute*' walk iruiii depot; auch an establishment la intioh needed. I. MORGAN IIOVVB, Iientist, No. 9 Kait Seventeenth street Also a little Cottage, with 7 rooms. TO LET-KOR MANUFACTURING PDIPOOt A large anl substantial iwo story oak frame Building, capable of standiug almost any kind ol machinery, situ

ated in a healthy anil flmirinh village; living clu-ap and help plenty; very convenient to depot. 25J hour* from City Hull, on Soulaiiie. Long Inland; rent very low. Address ALTlN OAKSMITll, I'ntchogue, L. I. rpo LET-TO A HOTEL Olt LABOE BOARDING I house keeper, as a .-ummer resort for their botrden, lite Mansion House mid about 6 acres ol '.and, Barn, sintiieM, Carriage and Bathing Douse, beuutiiully situated 411 the banks of the Shrewsbury Itlver at Rod Hank; a pleasant drive from Long Branch Apply tod B HaR Washington (treat, ur ROBERT ALLEN, Jr., ftf.ll Bail*, Ni 9. ? TO LBT? AT BBENTWOOD, L. I., 42 MI LES FROM city, a furnished Cottage. Inquire of or address 8. 'J' , 28 Clinton street, Brooklyn. mo LtfT-IN NBWABK, N. 4., BBVEN MILKS FROM 1 Nov York, triune llouso, two story, with extension, is ' ? 1 uiuli ..a street; nine roo.ns, bulb, hot and cold water and gits, three minutes' walk from two New York de pots: rent^Sl por month. Apply to WM. s. JAyUK.S, Market street, corner Mulberry, Newark, N.J. rp(> LBT? IN NEWARK, N. J., TWO STORKS ON A J prominent business street, nuitahiu for wholesale or reiaii trade. W M. LITTrXL, corner Market and Mulberry streets, Newark. rpO LET-AT MAMABONBCK, ON THE N. H. B. R? J a Cottage House, eight rooms, stable and carriage house; one uc re of land with plenty 01 fruit and shade trees; live minutes' walk from depot Inquire ot W. J. MILLER, -i Pell street. New York. rpo LET? FIj KMSU ED? COUNTRY SEAT. DELIGHT J fully loeated at Castle ton Heights. Staten Island; dwelling con aius titU-eu rooms, gas, water, Ac.; also, nue carriage house and seven acres ol ground; view un surpassed; rent 91.SUU por year; possession May 1. Apply to A. JOUBN'EAY, No. 91 Lispeuard street. TO LET ? HOUSE, NEWARK. N. J.; MEDIUM SiZKD; all City conveniences, healthy and desirable part of the eitv. Photograph and plans office of GEORGE it. HILL, Fine street. rpo LET? A NEW HOTEL, AT A DESIRABLE SUM I mnr resort on Long Island, within 1'4 hours frpm New York city by the Southslde Railroad ; the house contains 25 rooms, pill-, furnished ; the location Is unsurpassed for health ulne.ss and beauty ot surrounding scenery ; com manding a tine view ot the t>ay and ocean, and affording ample opportunity for boating, sailing, llshlug am! bath ing; the relit will be made reasonable 10 a desirable party. For lull inlormatlou apply 10 SAMUEL WOOD, 192 Front street, citv. rpo LET? AT WHITE STONE, L. I., TWO NEWLY L furnished Houses tor Summer hoarders; situate on the shore ; also two nearly new unturnished Houses; lents low. It. t>. TICKER, 44 Cliff street To LET -FOB THE SUMMER OB YKAB, A LA BOB House, with stables mid garden ; every convenience ; high ground and extensive new; l?i miles east of Sing Sin* depot. Apply to P. DONALD A CO., 81 and 83 Franklin street rno LKT CHEAP? AT NEW BBIOHTON. 12 ROOM X House; all improvements; fine view 01 llav; tour Lots; live minute-, from terry. Owner, 122 William street, basement TO LET OR FOR SALE? FOR BOABDINO BOUSE, institution or school, fliruished or unturnished, large House anil Grounds, tlnclv located, near ferry, Vander bllt Landing, Stutcn Island. GEO. J. GREENFIELD, 56 Broad way. To LET OR TO IJIASK? ON T l ( B SHRBWSBUBT River, a Hotel, furnished. For further particulars Impure ot F. FAN FERN AT, tjti Heaver street. TO RENT? THE HOMESTEAD KNOWN AS THE "Lester place," in Norwich, Conn., with furniture and land adjoining tit desired) ; uhout five (5) ucres. For particulars applv to WALTER F. PARKER, pier 40 North River, New York. rpo RENT? IN NBWABK, A HANDSOME LT FUB A nished House, near depot to New York; 12 rooms; large garden; pleasant location ; rent #7.r> per month. Apply at7'.i South street, New ark, or to GUSTAVUS BAY LIES, 231 Broadway, New York. TO RENT ? UNTIL OCTOBER HO, WITH ALL THE privileges and liberties of an ownership, threo Rooms of a house near the sea, and two or three acres ol Land, at Point Pleasant, New Jersey. Communica tion with New York twice daily. Rent S100 In advance. No better place tor health, as It is situated among the pines. There is an abundance of wild berries, Ashing gunning, yachting, Ac. Address OWNER. box 101 Herald oitlcc, and you will be called on. References exchanged VILLA PLOTS AND BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE? At Bay side, L. I., 30 minutes from Hunter's Point ferry. WILLIAM S. QAVEY, 34 Bleecker itrect. It J HmCSONE. ? FOB SALE OR TO LET, THREE NEW 1 T two story and Mansard Cottages, on the shore at Whltesione, Long Island, near steamboat landing, just west of hotel; eaeh has pia/.xas on two sides, a bay window, 11 rooms, II closets, cellar under the whole, all modern improvements; well and cistern water In kitehen ; troin halt' to two acres of land and tine views of East River. Fort Schuyler and Long Island Sound; one hour from Wall street hv 2 boats or 41 trains; daily Flushing and North Side Itailroad ; rent from $300 to #000 ; i price, with two lots, S7,50U, on easy terms. C. B. WILLIAMS, 2tW Canal street, N. Y., or WbttMtMM \jrillTE. STONE HOUSE, WHITESTONB. L. I., Vr will open May 1 ; 50 minutes from New York by boat or rail ; gas and water In every room ; very favor able arrangements made with parties coining early. E. H. POWELL. Proprietor. <J>0 COMMISSION FOR HKLLIIjli $10 LOTS .'{I) ?]p? j miles front city inwncr advertising!, to desirable party having other business nml renting office, 9,737 Broadway. $l'0 per month furnished, O'inil ONLV.-TO KENT, COTTAGE; 12 ROOMS; 3 acres: fine view ?f Sound ; mile from de Dot^ from churches. Address A. M. uALSTED, Rye, HHl ? EOSELLE, N. J.; 43 MINUTES; llAND some ? ottage, 8 rooms, improvements, high ground, to small liunilv ; part furnished. Applv at sta Uou, or 173 S Ixth avenue. LOCK WOOD. REAL ESTATE TO 1ICHAW6K. AFIE8T CLASS FOUR STOKY BROWN STONE I louse on MmmM nvenue, one block irom the Park ; will take In cxetmngi a small House. Mortgages or Fac tory Property, In or near Centre street. W.M. GKh, owner, comer Kim and franklin streets. Avery desirable piece of city business property, valued at $280,000, rented for $'.'4,000, In an improving locution, tor exchange ; will take $100,000 lu country property. JACOB SIIARPE, 38 I'ilie street. IftOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? SUBURBAN EE8I 1 dence in village of Spring Valley, Rockland county ; li. hours; terms easy. ROBERT K. STEWART, 78 Cedar street, room 7. For sale or exchange? two handsome Houses, finely finished, with all modern improve ments, on one of the finest streets In Elizabeth, N. J. ; a good bargain may be hail. Address J. C. U., Herald office. For sale or exchange? a fine suburban Home of five acres at Norwood, on the North ern Railroad of New Jersey, three-quarters ot a mile from station-house ; ten rooms, with all the outbuilding* In good order, on the corner of two main roads; lrult. Jtc. ; terms to suit R. G. FARMER, St. John House, corner Canal and Washington streets. FOR SALE OR TO EXCHANGE ? AN ELEGANTLY turnlshed and very desirable Country Residence, in highest, healthiest part of lower Westchester ; a rare opportunity to those seeking a home, as owner has moved from the >Jtate. Apply to or address DERBY COAL COMPANY, IlKi Broadway, corner ot Pine street. JjVlR SALE, EXCHANGE OR TO LET-A FIRST 1 class new House, 13 rooms, with eight Lots, at Mount Hope, Westchester county, five minutes from Trsmont station. II. R. R. Apply to JOHN D. OTTIWELL, 199 Third avenue. TiH)R SALE AND EXCHANGE-TWO CONNER LOTS r in Krcslau, L. 1,, near New York, central location, near depot; also two valuable Patents, tor nice House and Garden within easy reach ot city ; must lie free of encumbrance. SCHELtHA A PAULSON, 185 Bowery, over Germnnla Bank. For sale or exchangk-a house and five acres of garden Land on south side Statcn Island, near the shore, one hour from the city; good boating, fishing, plenty of fruit. Inquire ot Mrs. ALLISON, stand No. 4 vesey street, near corner of Washington. F'MiR SaLE-AT A SACRIFICE, FOR CASH, OFt Ex change for good unencumbered Real Estate, a Hard ware and Furnishing Store. S. C. LI' SK, SJ2 East Thirtv-lonrth street. To KXC 1 1 A NGK? IM PRO V K I) OR UNIMPROVED property, at Rutherford Park, N. J., 9 miles from New York, near depots, for merchandise or n paying business. hotel, restaurant or billiards prelerred. Ad dress RUTHERFORD PARK, Herald office. TO EXCHANGE? FOR UNIMPROVED PROPERTY OR Farm, handsome Residence, Hackensack, N. J. ; co scv Cottage, near river, Tottenville, State n Island. Apply WANTED? TO SELL OR EXCHANOE FOR MEB chandlse, 2.0(10 acres cheice Texas Land, adjoining the Texas Pacific Railroad in Van Zandt county, Texas. Titles perfect In every respect. For particulars address C. C. HEARNK, box 15N Galveston tTexasi font office. T1'ANTED TO EXCH AN'OE-TWO OR THREE TT brown stone front Dwelling Houses, 20 or 22xfin feet, lot It*) teet, between Madison and Sixth avenues and Thirty-flub strci t and Central Park ; well built and unen cumbered, for which a splendid Country Seatontbe Hud son. opposite the Catskllls, in perfect order, worth $90,000, will be exchanged, unencumbered. Address C., box 9 Tivoji (N. Y.) Post office. REAL MSTATK WAMTKP. WANTED? A COUNTRY RESIDENCE SITUATED IN a healthy locality In New Jersey; must be well built house, within five minutes Irom depot, with two or morearres; must be well situated and shaded, have good wuter, outbuildings, Ac. ; house must be neatly fur nished and possession given Immediate^, with terms of rent and price, with privilege to purchase. Address hoi 4,920 New York Post office. WANTED? RESIDENCE IN BROOKLYN, JKRSEY City or Newark, for about $8,000, hall cash or mort gage, and balance choice lols ill the city of Railway. KiCHARU B. PARKKK, 81 Cedar street j " ASTROLOGY . TTENTION I? KNOW THY DESTINY; CONSULT this wonderfully gllted clairvoyant; gives luck, tells ?verythlng. 159 West Forty-first street, near Broadway. Adelaide h. lambertson, clairvoyant, con suited on all affairs of life. 28 Urceuwich avenue, near Tenth street. . Gypsy reveals, from the cradle to grave, name, date of marriage; brings those separated to gether. 3M Third avenue. MMK. ROSA, GREAT NATURAL CLAIRVOYANT, reveals your whole life from the cradle to the grave. 471 Canal street, near Hadson. Fee $L MISS WELLINGTON, CLAIRVOYANT, TELLS everything; lucky numbers; has aposltlve cure for 4?UBkeiiMM. Call or write to U ?a#l Twvuty -eighth ?t? PROPOSALS. "IJROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES IfOJt LNDIAW8. D*rA*T**irT or TBB IKTMIO*. > Ornoa or Ikpiaw \ WxMHiKOTOS, March 2?,W7X ? Sealed proposals, In duplicate, will he received at No*. 40 hiiiI 42 Leonard street, New York, until U o clock M. of Tuesday, the 20th day of Aprtl, 1873, which place will be open lor busine** on and alter the 8th day or April, l*7\ lor lurnUhlng the following named articles, required lor tame to Indian* at the amende* named ? HANTKF. AOKNCY. . , 50O.000 pounds, gross weight, of Beef Cattle. on the hoof 19U.OOO pounds XX Flour, or 12.800 pound* per month, or ita equivalent in wheat . 36,000 pounds Bacon, clear bided, or 3, W0 poundj per month. 14,000 pound* Coffee (green). t8,uoo pound* l?e*t Hrown Sugar 1,600 pound* Plug Tobacco, in boxes 3,600 pound* liest Hrown Soap, in imius. 3, OOP pouuds Salt. fine, in barrel*. YANCTON AO KNOT. 1,900,000 pound*, grow weight, ol' Beet Cattle, on the hoot. 84,000 pound* Bacon, clear side*, or 7,000 pound* per month. 430,000 pound* XX Flour, or 40,000 pounds per month, or itsonulvalent In wheat. 25.000 pound* Coffee (Kreen). ,Vi, 1)00 pound* best brown Sugar. 3 iitio pound* Plug Tobacco, tn boxes. 7 (100 pound* bo*t Brown Soap, in boxes. 7.000 pounds Salt, tine, in oarrel*. WHETSTONE AGENCY. 8,000.000 pound*, grots weight, ot Beet Cattle, en the hoof. iuO/JOO pound* Bacon, clear aides, or 25,000 pound* per 1 200,000 pound* XX Flour, or 1(10,000 pound* per month. 100,000 pounds Coffee (green). 200.001) pound* best Brown Sugar. 12,000 pound* Plug Tobacco, in boxes. 36 0110 pounds l>est Brown Soap, in boxes. 8,UUU pound* Suit, fine, in barrels. ? UPPER MISSOURI AGENCY 1.150,000 pounds, gross weight, of Reel Cattle, on the noon li*l,0i)0 pounds Bacon, clear sides, or U,000 pound* per flOO.OOO pound* XX Flour, or 50,000 pounds per month. 35,000 pound* Coffee (green). 70,ii00 pound* best Hrown Sugar. 4.UOO pounds Plug Tobacco, in nose*. 0,01)0 pound* best Brown Soap. In boxes. 0,000 pounds Salt, tine, In barrel*. 10.000 pound* Saleratus, in boxes. CHEYENNE RIVER AGENCY. 4,000.000 pound*, gross weight, oi Beet < attle, on the hoot. 180,01)0 pound* bacon, clear sides, or 15.000 pounds per 700.000 po'unds XX Flour, or 58.000 pouuds per month, 20.1 00 pound* Coffee (green). 40,i*i0 pound* bu*t Hrown Sugar. lo.nuo pounds Salerutu*, in boxe.i. GRAND RTVER AGENCY. 5,0n0,000 pounds, gross weight, o Beel < 'attle, on the hoof. 300,000 pound* Bacon, clear sides, or 26,000 pounds per mouth. ? . .. 1 200.000 pound, XX Flour, or 100,000 pounds per month. 100, out) pounds Coffee (green). 200.000 pound* best Brown Sugar 12,000 pounds Plug Tobacco, in boxes. 25, Oitlt pounds best Br.iwn Soap, iu boxen. * 5,000 pounds Saleratus, In buxo*. RED CLlVi'D AGENCY. 5,000,000 pounds, grous weighs of Heel Cattle, on the hoof. 300,000 pounds Bacon, near sides, or 25,000 pounds per month. . .. 1,500,000 pound* XX Flour, or 100,001) pounds per month. 100,000 pound* Coffee (green). 200,000 pounds best Brown Sugar. 12, mil) pounds Plug Tobucoo.ln boxes. 25,000 pounds best Brown Soap, in ooxes. 25,000 pounds Salt, line, inbarrols. 12,000 pouuds Saleratus, in boxes. UPPER ARKANSAS AGENCY. 1 370,000 pounds, gros* weight, ol Heel Cattle, on tlie hoof. '276,000 pounds XX Flour, or 23,000 pounds per mouth. 22.000 pound* Coffee (green). 45,000 pounds liest Brown Sugar. 2.801) pounds Plug Tobacco, in boxed. 5,600 pounds best Brown Soap, ill boxes. 4,800 pouuds Salt, line, In barrels. KIOWA AGENCY. 2 .100,(100 pounds, gross weight, of Beef Cattle, on the hoof. 500.0(10 pounds XX Flour, or 41,006 pounds per month. 3U.HOO pound* Coffee (green). 63,li00 pounds best Brown Sugar. 4.1 oo pound* Plug Tobacco, In boxes. 7 nil) pound* bent Brown Soap, in boxes. 7,100 pound* Salt, One, in barrels. 3,000 pouuds Sulcratus, in boxes. W AC II IT A AGENCY. 1 130,000 pounds, gross weight, ot Beef ('attle, on the hoof. 'l38 3<)o pound* XX Flour, or 11.525 pouuds per month. 18.500 pound* Coffee (green), 32.000 pounds best Brown Sugar. 2,000 pounds Plug Tobacco, in boxes. 4, inn) pounds best Brown Soap, in boxes. 3,500 pounds Salt. fine. Ill barrels. 2,000 pound* Saleratus. in boxes. BI.ACK FEET AOKNCY. 8,(100 ponnds Coffee (green). 12, coo pounds best Brown Sugar. 3,1100 pound* be*t Brown Soap, in boxes. 8.000 pound* Salt, tine, in barrels. 3,000 pound* Plug Tobacco, in boxes. CROW AGENCY. 25,000 pounds Coffee (green). 50,000 pounds best Hrown Sugar. 3,01)0 pounds Plug Tobacco, in boxes. 7,000 pounds best Brown Soap, in boxos. 2,500 pounds Saleratus, In boxes. 7.000 pounds Salt. line, in barrel* MILK RIVER AGENCY (FORT PECK). 60,1)00 pound* Coffee (green). lto.ooo pound* best Brown Sugar. 14.000 pound* best Brown Soap, in boxes. 10,000 pound* Salt, fine, In barrels. 5,000 pouuds Saleratus, in boxes. 10,000 pounds Plug Tobacco, iu boxes. Bids lor Beef Cattle will state price per pouad, gross. Parties bidding tor the other articles will state nrice per pound, net, and furnish a sample ol each article bid for, except the Bacon and Salt. The prices must be given ?w ithout modification or any proposed modification whut C%Th'e Beef Cattle must be good, merchantable cattle, all steers Iroin three to seven year* old, In good, healthy condition, and averaging at least 800 pound*, live weight, the wek'ht to be determined by weighing on scales, when practicable. Their delivery must commence at each of the points named on the 1st day of July, 1S73, at which time about one twenty-fourth ot the whole quantity will be delivered and thereafter the balance to be delivered in ro da I Quantities on (he i.jtb and l*t ol each month. Bid* will also lie received Ibr the delivery of the quan tity o't' Beef reonired tor the months of January, Febru ary March, April. May and June, 1874, of whatare known as' "'Native" or "American" i attle, or lor cattle that have been Wintered north ot Kansas; the cuttle so delivered to meet the above requirements as regard* age and con (litton, and to average not less tlian 1,080 pounds, llv W'f lull' there raav be no failure on the part of the con traetor he will be required to keep the Beef Cattle in the virinltv of the agency, to be delivered when re quired ? aiid should It be ascertained that he is not col lectitig'cnttle in the vicinity fast enough, or should he fail to deliver them when required, the undersigned will purchase, or cause to be purchased. Beet Cattle as he in a v fleet, at the expense of said contractor. aTi ? the supplies, except the beef, will be inspected and received by the government at New York, Phila delphia Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Omaha, Kansas Citv Sioux tit v. or Yancton, and. with the further ex ception of Hour, must be delivered, packed and marked for shipment. I?v the 1st dav ol June, 1873. The Hour must be ready tor inspection and delivery at such times and In such qualities as will secure, at each Auencv, at all times, at least one month's supply. Bid* will also Is' received lor the delivery at St. I.onls or Kansas Citv bv the 15th dav of September next ol tlio following Bacon, clear sides:? For the Upper Arkansas Agency, 30,375 pounds. For the Kiowa Agency, 54.000 pounds. For the \\ arhitji Agency. 28,125 pounds. Tho Bacon must be sound and sweet and put up in 8"n"clFiour to be fresh ground, of XX quality, to be made wholly (Voin good, sound wheat, and to be delivered in good, sirom' double sucks, each sack to be branded "In dian Department Flour." The Coffee t" I"" delivered in double sacks. The Sugar to be delivered In barrels, lull head-lined. Proposals will be received tor the delivery of anyone or all ot the above-named articles, for any one or all of Sa,rh?*Cm"derslgned reserves the right to Increase or diminish the quantity of each or any of the urtlcles which the bidder or bidder* propose to furnish. Partie* bidding for Flour are required to furnish samples each to be in quantity not less fhan one pound, with a private mark corresponding to name in proposal. Parties to whom contract* for the supply ot Flour arn awarded shall, with 20 day*, turnish to the Commi*sioner 01 Indian Affairs samples, in quantity not less than 25 pounds, of the anallty contracted tor. Bids will also be received lor the delivery at the Agen ries on or about the 1st day of July next, or other speci fied points, ol Beet Flour and Bacon tor the following agencies in Montana Territory ril.ACKFEET AGENCY. 70 not* pounds, gross weight, of Beef Cattle, on the hoof. 180.000 pounds XX Flour, or 12,500 poundspcr month. 26.1X10 pounds Bacon, clear sides. ' y CROW AGENCY. 228 000 pounds, gro-*s weight, ol Beef Cottle, on the hoof. 500 000 pounds XX Flour, or 4I.6M pound* per month. 80 OUO pounds Bacon, clear sides. MILK RIVER AGENCY (FORT PECK). 150,000 pounds, gross weight, of Beel Cattle, on hoof. 2 000 not) pounds XX Klour. or 166,066 pound* per mouth. 150.000 pounds Bacon, clear sides. All articles furnished by contract made under this aa vertlsemeiit will l>e sinned to Inspection, and such arti cles as may in any respect tail to conform to the rc ouirements ol contract and the sample will be rejected, and in that rase the coiitraet.nr or contractors will be bound to turnish others ot the required kind or quality without delav. or if that be not done they will bo pur chased ut his or their expense. Payments will be made at this office on proper re ceipts. atter the account* therctor shall nave been '' "h' a c h' <? op v^of each proposal must have a copy of this advertisement a slip Iron, a newspaper) pasted at its htnie right I* reserved to releet any or all proposals If such a course s-hoiild be deemed for the interest ol the ^Nobld" 'will, be considered from persons who have failed 1o coinuly with the requirement, ol a former cou tr5.c,-??n.r*rt or part thereof, will he permitted to be as ,w?rn^ *'",cut u,c wrUten con H 'i1 iVswIn' br considered' "lorr gooflf delivered at the ^^HroP^wilVbrcon^r!^ "that d.Ks'not strictly pfiruntnt, ftcct rclin^ f imii?n Affairs Osement of the tomj? tbe ?, Mowing articles, at .atr .ti.? thereto afhxed. (Here insert the list .u' af^Plea proposed to be furnished.) Said article* delivered in (here insert the proposed place of Itpilverv) by the (insert <lalei. And II this proposal he oifiwi i (or we i Will, within fen days alter l?eing notl S^e,i?ctite a contract accordingly and give security to the "Commiwloner of Indian Affairs for the lalthiut per '?Nn*bid* wlll"b? considered tin lew accompanied by a J!" :'l m the following b.rin, to be signed by two re ? mu.u. nerson* whose snfflciencv must be certified by 1 iTnitelr StatM Judge or District Attorney . a hereby, lointly and severally, guarantee that the above bidder (or bidders), if a contract shall lie awarded to him <or them) according to his (or their bid or proposal, will execute a contract accordingly, and o ve the requisite security for the laithtnl performance of Oie same, as prescribed in the advertlsementlorPnj posals tor Indian supplies dated March 20, lfff.l, and in the event of hi* (or their) lallnte to do so we he t etiy uuree and bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and ad nfinlslrators t<> forfeit and pay to the I nlted States as damages a sum not less than fifteen per cent on tho amount of said bid or proposal.'' ... - . Bonds will be required In the amount of the hid tor the faithful performance ol the contract. Wlthtwo or nmr siiretles, whose sufTlciencv must be certified to by a I'aited States Judge or District Attorney. where Each bidder must designate his place ? ot bn in ? communications sent to him will be rei,i i ? JftWArtl?d to be entered in hi* contracu should one be "war.. '' 'proposals should be enclosed in an e.P*pJp^|5'Vo7sui? to the undersigned, and endorsed Proposal* plies for Indians." . . ?fllin Bidders are invited to be present at the opening b The bids will be opened in the pre^nce of the B<?nl of Imlian Commissioners and a committei^to be. d< ^ _ by the Secretary 01 the Interior, as Fion as the "J? receiving the same *hall have expired, ah& M will be awarded a* soon tuereatter as practica Acttdtf 4 PROPOflALft. FOR INDIAN OOODH. * OBrABTMFKT OF TH* IWTKmft* \ orrii'K or Anr*ta?, WAMiiiNarnN, March A), 1871 _ . . endorsed "Proposals lor iudia Retted proposav ce|y,1(j 40 nII,i 42 Leonard street, flood*' will l>e r% ?oc)l m on Tuesday, the M day *i New York, will t>e open lor busmen on ?n< A.pr '.1 1 km. iv ni AV ri|. lor furnishing, ?n ,h* quantities therein glveu.V or <" ?rlk'le* "tt,ue4 ln w'prOToSntwiau, to me~" ure 72x!W inches and ta m0aa. 2.006 pairs 3-polnt white MarK.nw B n^, to nii-as ure (i0x72lnche# and weigh 8 pound* ,???* 1.005 pair# 2K-point white Mackinac Bl inket*. to inoa? urc 54x66 inches and weigh 0 tn m??. 625 pair# 2-point white Mackinac Blanket* to mea? ii re 12x46 inches aiul weigii 5 * pound*. 200 pairs IK point white Mackinac Blanket#, to meue* ure 36x60 inc lies ami weigh 4 3U0 pairs I point scarlet Mackinac BlaiikeU, to mea? ure 72x90 Inches and weigh 12 pounds. I 2110 pairs It-point scarlet Mackinac Blanket* to UMM urc 60x72 Inches sna weigh 8 pound*. 1 tWO pairs 2K-polnt scarlet Mackinac Blanket* to meas ure 54x& inches and weigh 6 pound# C5il pairs2-poi<it scarlet Mackinac Blanket, to meas ure 12x46 inches and weigh 3V, P?"nalf;1.llkoU_ u TOO pair# 4 point indigo ?>lue Mackinac B\anKeu, le 1 measure 72x90 inches and weigh 12ppunda 2fl0i)pairs 3 point indigo blue Mackinac Blanket* to measure Wlx7i Inches and weigh 8 pounds. 2 326 pairs 2t?-poitn indigo hlue Mackinac Blanket#, te ine asuroMx6'i inches and we w i opimiid^ 1,000 pairs t point Indigo bluo Mackinac Blanket* to measure 42x46 luctaoa and weigh 5 4 Pou 400 pairs 4-point green Mackinac Blankets, to meal** 72.x 'JO inches and weigh 12 P"""**- aaur0 700 pairs 3-pnlnt green Mackinac Blanket*, to measure 00x72 inches and weigh 8 pound^. 700 pairs 2% point green Mackinac Blanket* to ",ea* ure 54x66 inches and weigh ? to mca#. 450 pairs 2-polnt green Mackinac Blanket* to tueae ure 4ix46 Inches and wegh S.Si pouuds 400 yatd# fancy list blue Cloth. 15,480 yards saved list hlue Cloth. 16,775 yard# saved list scarlet Cloth. 200 yards gray lis! hlue Cloth. 3,982 8-4 Woollen Shawls. 1UI ff-4 Woollen Shawl#. 4(10 Heavy double Shawl#. _.v? ?,?<. It W 4,924 pounds Unen Thread, standard make, Wo#. and 40. two-thirds dark blue, one-third whiter 705 dozep^stiooi* Cotton, standard make. 200 yardfcS cord and 6-cora. 256.325 yards Calico, standard print* 07.800 yards indigo blue Drilling. 47.5"" yards good Bod Ticking. 148,575 yards brown Sheeting. 4-4 standard. 122, "iw yards standard Duck, 8-ounce. ai.70" yards plaid Unsey. 20.450 yards bluo Flannel, twilled. 27 6H" yard# red Flannel, twilled. yards Kentucky Jean#. Ji^colo^DHmng (mrdre-linlnr. 300 yards bleached Sheeting (lor shroud#). 3 GO" yards Blue Denims. 9 Vim I yards Hickory Shirting. 348 dozen Cotton Handkerchief*. 652 dozen men's Wool Sock#. 628 dozen women's Wool ilose. 483 dozen children's Wool llosc. 44 dozen W oollen Scarfs. 17 197 Kod Flannel Shirts. S400 lirav Flannel shirts 7:666 Hickory Shirt#. 1.100 Calico shirt#. 45" Women's Wool Hood* 150 Misses' Wool Hoods. 140 Bed Coverlets. 3,300 pounds Yarn, assorted coloi- -flaai mianU 1,054 pound# Willing Twine, 2 and 3 cord, equal ties. Nos. 3", 35 and 40. 904 pounds Cotton Maitre, tor seines. 628 c?ozen best casi steel Axes, 3 to 4? ponn<|j. . 4HI dozen best cast steel Hunter s Axe* handled. B"9 dozen Axe Handles, 36- inch. No. >? SW to U 647 dozen tinned iron Preserving Kettles, s* fc> 434 dozen shfort-handle Frying Pan* No* 1, * *n<i ^ '? 292 dozen*Vn 'r'i'ns, preatcd, 2, 4 and 6 quart* 8" dozen Tin Plates. 820 dozen Tin Cup* pints. 200 dozen Tin Cups, quart#. .nil 12 nuarU. aissssgsB?Jastis? 8" dozen Tin Coffee Pots. 4 fiuarts. 613 dozen tinned iron Table Spoon* 1.503 Butcher Knives, I) inch. 110 Hunting Knives, 6 inch. 1 2" dozen Sktnulnvr Knives, S incn. ?rii) dozen Knives and Fol ks, good quality. ri dozen Pocket Knives. 113 dozen Taper saw !? lies, 4>?-lncn. 47 dozen Mill-saw Files. i^?t cant ?taaL *52 dozen Planters Hoes. ho. 2, best cast steou 12" dozen Hoe Handle#. 40 dozen Hatchets. 13 dozen Hand Saws. C it dozen Fish Hooks, assorted size* 205 dozen Fish Lines, assorted sizes. 355 dozen Sewing Awls. iT/do^ f^sfee.thS^' and 8 inche* 441 dozen Coarse Combs. 126 dozen Fine-tooth t.oinb* 65 dozen open Thimble#. 93 dozen Zinc Mirrors. 173 Needle#, nssorted size#. H7 Needle* Hlovers'. 541 Beaver Traps. Newhou.se, No. 4. 50 Mink Traps, N'ewbouse. 3,:t85 Oamp Kettle* in nests of three. 6 450 buncnes Bends, assorted color#. '?>" Powhatan Pipes. 3.M2 Sack t!oa"s!'assorted sizes, for men. i 652 Pant* assorted sizes, for men. 93" Vests, assorted sizes, lor men. H74 Ijoo^o Sftck Overcoats, lflrtjo ^ -MW 250 suits (jacket and pants), lor boys Are to tjw J?? 12(1 Vest "for boys five to ten year# of age. 6.H10 men's Wool llats, assorted sizes and color* 175 hoys' Wool Hats, ass, .rtcd size# atid color* 1 ?5! nafr7m?.t Xe^gSSd qualltv. nssorted size* '794 -.airs womeuN Shoes, good aualltv, assorted sue* "ii" nairs hovs' Shoes, good quality, Nos. 5 and S S'io nairs misses' Shoes, goo<l qtiaflty. assorted 3^1 nairs Children's Shoe* goou quality, aborted s He* 9,rtil0 pounds Tobacco, Plug. 6no pounds Smoking Tobacco. detivere(j in vCVr York. F A 2,5 S hrtto wlWuiiot* which will be required to 1 coo pair # 2^'- in lint whft c V\1 a c k I ij ae* Blanket* to meas 42x46 inches and weigh 5.U pounds. 1 850 pairs 3-point scarlet Mackinac Blanket* to lneasnr# *, ' Aiiv 7 > inches and weigh 8 pounds. 1 250 oa?rs 2 4-point scarlet rfackfnac Blanket#, to meas l.zao pairs .-iii weigh 6 pounds. 400naH#2.noint Kariet Mackinac Blankets, to mew P ,,ro"4^46 inrdies and weigh ?? Ponnds. OiltAnaira Cln?itlt illlliKO l)llie NlftCkillRC HljHlKCt9? 2,450 pa irs * olnt^na igo^y Jun,i weigh 8 pounds. a ^ aii? nairs ^ Point indigo blue Mackinac Blanket* to 2,OUO pairs I Inches and weigh 6 pounds. 350 nair" 2-point Indigo blue Mackinac Blankets, to P measure 42x40 inchcs and weigh 5W Pound* 10U nairs 5k-polnt green Mackinac Blanket* to uiea* urc Uvtu} inches, fitul weisrh ^ pounds. 200 pairs 2-noint green Mackinac Blanket# to measnr* 42x46 inches and weigh 5'^ pounds. ? . ( Tne bid# will lie opened in tlie presence of the Board or Indian Commissioners and a committee to W designator hv the Sccretarv of the Interior, a# soon as the time tor receiving the same shall have expired, and th? con tracts will he awarded as soon thereafter as practicable. l'ar^s bidding are required to furhUh samplea of tte articles hid for. All the sample# of each bidder shall b* designated bv a private mark - ttached to each sample corresponding with mark# on the prooosals. The oriees must be given without any niodincauon oc Pr^eHthVwniChe?re^rw,dVt^ reoulre a greater or le? quantity (not exceeding 26 per ?j5ov?"!SwdSS? ot the articles than that spec! flea in tlie at>o\e scueuuiw *Vhi^Aahtwi\u!e 'reserved to reject anv or all pronosal* lfluch a course should be deemed tor the Interest# ot U? B0!flr:X?e? furnished under contract will be required rsasjrurirftisa nackage# according to direction# which will be given, at package*, actoru k ir) uie respective clues a warehouse^ reived, and will be sublect to ln where Utego.a ? j (,i Indian Commissioner# appointed gpecUon by the Boaro omb articles as may in byih?l^t taH'to "ontorm to the samples will here In that case Hie contractor will be bound to fernfiii o^hei?of the required kind or quality within tlva days ; or if that be not done, they will be purchased at his eXiP^niJf.i? will be considered from persons who hav? failed to coiuplv with the requirement# of a former con nreseiitation of the invoice# thereof at this office, alXer not coniplv wjth Jho '^'^"^jJ'i'/i^the Indian Department. article# are to be de.iveje'^tn (hew Insert the proposed iiiro nt delivery) by the (insert date). And if this pr? I ^ be accepted I (or we) will, within fen day sailer ESKanoHtU^l execute a contract accord Ins i v. and ?iv? security to the Coniinl sslone r ot Indian A Hairs lor th? pProp^ mMt?UhSc?om^anl?l by a guaranty!* tho following lorm, to be signed by two responsible perj wh^sufflcieneV must be ccrtiUed Cy. a United States Judge or District Attorney. -rantM th>> th? -We hereby JoinUvand ^verallyguarantce tnai above bidder (or blddersi, if ^a f?nwactsh? il be awar to lilni (or them) according to his (or their) old " ^ posal, will execute ?/< ?'ract a-^nrdi ^^r^man^e ofSS requisite security for the ',a";bf^cl2ent f?r proposal* same, as prescribed in the advortwemen -n t{ic evcllk tor Indian goods, dated March 20. 1W. ? . _ ree rt?,i r>|nit ot his (or their) failure to do so w. "JJ.JSnWraiors m ourselves, our heirs, executors ?u (iHU1ages, a sum forfeit and pav to the United Mate 'amount of said bid or not les# than fifteen per cent on tne proposal." . . _i.?a m the amonntof the hid for tb? Bonds will he required in ,lltr#ct, with two or more faithful P"?-j;n'Xtenc, murt hi certified to by a United suretiet!. whose sulm k _u States Judge or r. cLI M. Acting Commlssioeer.^ itIAUBI.K OIANTKLN. Aklaber, steam marble and marhlkizinu . Works, 134 and MM Kast Eighteenth street.? Marhla uud Marbleized Mantels, Tiling, Marble Counters, Monu ments, at prices that deiy competition. Murtlu Turning lor inc trade. An assortment ok mantels, (j.nsuhpassbd for beauty of design and <iaality of workmanship, Slate Work ol all kinds a specialty. PKNRHYN SLATE COMPANY, Fourth avenue and Seventeenth street, L'uiou square. STEWART'S SLATE M AN TELS . ? RICH AND ELK Kant designs; Slate WorKs ot every description; Mar ble and Wood Mantels. T B. STEWART A CO.. Slu ami XU West Twenty-third street, near Seventh avenue. N. V| SUABBR 2 < ti STEAM MARBLE AND M A It HI jE . i/.lnu Works, tli West Fittv first street, between Broartwnv and Eighth ? venue.? Marble, marbleized Man tels, Monuments, Ueadstones; large selections at vary low prices. MEDIC AJU ATTENTIONI-DR. FRANKLIN (LaFE OP I'RI'SSIA), . private office, lfil Bleeeker street. New York -MMi: MAXWELL, rii vsin an. residence; iu 114 East Tenth mreel, near Third avcwuc. Am. maurigbau, m."d _om< e ia> uiixn ? street, near OreenwMi street. 1\R. KINO'S OLD ESTABLISHED omCE.U AMrri J t street, near Broad v/av and Orand Central Hotel. Dll. AND MME l>.'. SI'AKP. I'll YSICIAltS, ?l *A?1 Twenty -eighth *ireet, near Fourth avenue. MME RKSTELl,, PHYSICIAN, NO." 1 BAST fjttf MTnnd sL A^jnt*. 1W Orcenwloh st and Na 7WIM

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