Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 26, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 26, 1873 Page 2
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CITY KKAIi ESTATE FOR RALE. I Central. A FEW DOORS WEST OF FIFTH AVENUE, ON Eleventh street? Pour stoir. basement (two story extension) Dwelling. 18 rooms; all Improvements , superb ?rder; tin* yard, with arbor*, tountain, Ac., tor sale k*r; oilier city property taken In part payment 11. T. WooLLEY, 7s University place. A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OS FOBTY-NINTII JA L atrcet, ucar Fifth avenue. for sale or to let; neatly pointed and trescoed. in perlect order, with possession ; fJLQQO cm nli puMueut, balance > u lavorable terms. Apply to owner. JAHES C. BPE3C ER, 287 Bruad way. A? A.-A.-FOR BALE, AT A SACRIFICE, A FIRST ? claim lour storv high stoop brown stone House, 2 XixS* *6 loot Let on weiU side ot Madison avenue, HO feet i-ouUi of Seventy-tourtA street, clear view to l'ark ; three floors In hard wood, parlor t1< or calilnet work by rottlcr A aityuius, with library, butler s pantry, mantel mirrors, Ac. Also ? tlrst c lans House ol similar dimensions ana superior lluisli on Madison avenue, 23 leet trom toe ?oui beast corner ot sixty- first street. Terms to suit: location ; lots taken in payment ; houses open tor inspec tion. inquire ol owner, A. K.LABEU, at bis marble works, 134 East Eighteenth street. A FIRST CLASS FOUR ST01EY HlflH 8TOOT WELL proportioned, frescoed 22 toot stone Dwelling, rorty first aireet, just out ol PUih avenue, for sale low ? ' v. IL stevknso.n, Jr., u l mc*tr*et__ A? THIKTY-FIFTH STREET (MI'RRAT HILL), BE . tween Madison and T ar ku von ge*?-< 'Y? r reasonably^5 ^V's^YB^N Jr. U l"^^ luasouanty. v. ???"' to owner, 546 Broadway. A MAGNIFICENT HOME, TO HE SOLD AT A BAR gain, in the most desirable locality, between Forty sixth aad F-erty -eighth streets and Madison and Fifth avenues ; four .story high stoop brown stone, 25*79x100 feet new cabinet flniclt. all Improvement*, with a por tlon'ot the imported fixtures and > urnlture ; or wtU ex change tor accept n hie Property which will readily lot, between Fourteenth and Forty -second street*. Fourth and Sith avenues, or new four story Houses lor small fami lies jn f|0?> proximity to Central Park; will receive or par diferenci s In upeovrn Lots, or cash. Nooutot town or unimproved property desired ; party going abroad. Address, ;-tatiiw all particulars, Nos. 8 and 10 Fin* street, room 2fl. from 2 toft IV M. 3JIAST TH1KTY-KOU RTU STREET.? POR SALE, AT A U bargain, tour Houses and Lot*; four stories high; 21 feet hy hall the block; paying a large Interest; will be sold separately or together and on easy terms. Apply to N. y I At K EilBOS, Counsellor at Law, No. 7 Warren steet, room 12. T^lOR SALE? FOUR NEW BROWN 8 TONE FRONT J1 tlrst clans tenement Houses, 37 Spring and 211, 313 and 'Jit Mott streets. Inquire at 20 Second avenue. POR SALE? 16 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET? Four story brown stone front, higli stoop, all modern Improvements; .between Madison and Filth avenues; lease 81) years. Inquire on tlie premises. "ETOR SALE.? MADISON AVENUE, CORNER OF 1S2D _F street, Nova Scotia stone tront; will sell, let or exchange -, terms will be made to suit. Apply to i'OW ER BROTHERS, 1,432 Broadway. FOR SALE OR TO LET? ON FORTY-NINTH STREET nenr Filth avenue, a beautiful Residence. painted and truscoed and lu perfect order, with immediate pos ? ton. HENRY A. SMITII, l,2Ut! Broadway. F' OR SALE OK TO LET-THREE I1ANDSOMR, SMALL lour story brown stone Houses on Sixty-first street, lictween Filth and Madison avenues, near Park entrance. Open every duy. V. A J. JARDINE, Architects, ' 1,267 Broadway. twin WILL A |,()UR STORY Hion "I M/ stoop brown stone house, finished in a superior st. \le, l?ix5jxli)ti.5: location Sixty-tlrst street, near liCXlnBton avenue; terms very eusy S. FREIDENlilCll ii < o., ?i(i and "Jj8 Third avenue. Eam tilde. A NUMBER OF CORNER ?LOT3 FOR SALE AT VERY tow tlcuroa.? Two lull lots northeast corner of uve nue A and l-'<ii li street, $li',6uU: two lull lot" southwest cor ner First uvi'ii lie uuil 12Utli street, Willi Irume dwelling, $20,1100; tour lull lots northwest corner Third avenue ana Ninety -first street (these lots can t.c bought n tabargain)-, four lull lots norlli aid. 116th, wide street, near Second nvonue, $20,000; lour lull kits north side 126th. wide bireet, Second uml Third avenues, #21,000. M. E. CIlAS'l'O, 2,l0d Third avenue. AT A DISCOlNT? A FOUR STOHY BlioWN STONE House on East Sixiv-ftrst street ; also a lew more cheap Houses to he sold before May 1 IIOWELL* HURST, 9_'l Third avenue. ASPENDID 1SARGAIN.-FOUR LOTS, NOBTH SIDE Ninety-third street, Third and Lexington avenues, each Jfixtil.'at the low figure of *11, (K10. ? M. E. ckasto, 2,108 Third avenue. AREAL BARGAIN. -2J3 EAST FORTV-EIOHTH street, near Third avenue; lour story high stoop brown stone House, 13 rooms; panted throughout; price 914,00:); terms easy. Apply on the premise* or atL. MENDEL su.N'S, 7i> -Vassuu street. An elegant three story and basement brown jinwn Hons?, south side Eo?t Fifty-eighth Bireet, between Second and i bird avenues, for stilo. WILLIAM S. UAVfclY, 34 Bleerker street. OTORE PROPERTY ON WEST SIDE OF SECOND IO avenue tor sale at a ureal sacriflce; extra well built and tltiislied, and having a very sure prospective value. FEANCIS CRAW FORD, corner Fifty-seventh .street and Third avenue. fn FAA-OAOH $8,080? FOR A THREE STORY brown stoue English basement House, 551 East Twentieth street All r AH ?FOR SALK, A NEW RASF.MF.NT AND ?P 11. three story House, containing ll rooms, with all improvements. Apply on the premises, 34V tiast Eighty. third street. West Side. A. A 6REAT BARGAIN. A MURRAY STKEET STORK, AT HALF PRH'E. EAST TERMS. A CAPITAL BUILDING*. FrVE STORY BROWN STONE. 25X100 FEET. IN FIRST RATE ORDER. INQUIRE OF F. PHILLIPS, 245 BROADWAY. ABULKHF.AD AND WATER RIGHT, WITH ONE-* | hall Block. 4<>0x-l H for s.ile or to lease for a term of years; running trom Thirteenth avenae to West street. E. L. A ?. T. BURN HAM, (VI9 Hudson street T very Cheap house.? three story high A stoop brick, all improvements; size 20x50x4)8. 'J, West Thirty -seventh street; only $15,000- terms easy. Mi'KKis B. BAKU, Bj>6 sixth avenue. DESIRABLE PROGRESSIVE PROPERTY FOR SALE, at low priee, to close six tlrst clasa four story high stoop brown stone Houses. West Fifty-seventh street, 20x fjt'x ick> ; high, health v location; un interrupted view of Htatnn Island aud North Rlrer; contiguous to Central Park, boulevard und tin: great west .side improvements; commissi" 'ii oti sale. Apply to f. W. SM11H, oil premises, 487 West Kilty -seventh street For sale? on wf.st side op ninth avenue, Stores and Dwellings; will pay 14 per cent Also three storv brown stone fronts, new and complete, be tween Eighth nml Ninth aveunes; will sell cheap or rent to a good party at $1,8J0. Inquire at 402 Wcat Fifty-fourth street . For sale? five four story brown stone liigb stoop Houses, in Forty-tilth street, between Broadway and Eighth avenue, am feet we?t ol Broadway; also three three story brown stone high stoop Hows, 150 feet west ol hi'.'hth avenue, In Forty-tilth sircet, with re newals iio yen r?. Astor lease. Inquire on the jirewisea, or at 2 I- w est Forty-lilth street. For sale-nos. m, 123 and 12s greene street aud 111 Priuce street. T. 1). MATHER, 150 Nassau street tlOK SALE? IN WEST FORTY-FOUBTH STREET, P first class brown stone front Uouses 347 and 249, 1H.9 leet by ML liniuire on premises or of JAMEo BLACk Hl'RST, 225 West Forty -eighth street, For hale cheap or to let-high stoop House W West Tenth street : nil the new Improve ments. price $11,500; or to let, $1,300. Apply to TIIIBY, No. 2 West Thirteenth ftreet. $13. and Lot, iu perfect order; house 21x5 0, 421 West Twemty -eighth street, near Ninth av. Miscellaneous. FOR SALE? AT 'IRF AT BARGAINS, BY FRANCIS CRAWFORD, 9T3 Third avenue, corner of Flity-?ev enth street, the tallowing four story Houses :? One on Madison av , near 74th St.. at $40.uaO; Miuiison av., near $4th St. $32,000; 74th St.. near 5th av., $.Mi,i*?; 61st St., Hear Madison av., $37, 5W, also several three story Houacs, at decided hargalus. with possession. BKOOKL Y X PBOPEllTY FOll (SALE AND TO LET. JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE? BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENT? FOR THE NEW YORK IIKRALD RECEIVED AT OrR BRANCH OFFICE, tS THE LONG ISLAND HAVINGS BANK BL ILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN PROM ? A. M. TILL SI'. M. ON SUNDAY FROM S TO 0 P. M. C ARRIERS AND AGE NTS' DEPARTMENT NO, 7 FRONT <-firKET, BROOKLYN. A BROWN STONE FRONT HOUSE-FIRST CLASS . in every respect, built by day's work ; splendid lo cation, \mUi hi three blocks of the main entrance lo the 1'ark ; will lie sold cheap, as the owner is retiring from business Inquire ot JOHN DONOVAN, 54 St Mark. 'a av enue. Brooklyn. A BARGAIN. -FOR SALE Oil TO LET, THE ELE JA Kant brown stone House 174 Kedlord avenue, Wil liamsburg; all Improvements; Immediate possession. spoon Br a BAUER, 206 Canal i treat. BBOOKLYN.-TO LET or FOR SAI.P, THE DWELL jug 443 Marcy avenue, corner ot Hurt street, a tine three story aud basement 25 teet tront, with fine yard has been repaired and painted throughout; all the'tnod ??rn improvements; would lease to n go<>fl party lor a term ol years; lor sale at ii low figure Apply on the premises, between the hours ol U A. M. and ? P. M., or to the owner, J. A. Mi DONALD, Plumber, 2Uti sixth avenue. New York. _____ _ FtOit SALE? AT A SACRIFICE, A TWO STORY basement nnrl sub-cellar frame House, 241 tenth street, Ivx.gi; nine rooms, water and gas; will sell i0r $:i,hoo; f uioo cash ; balance on mortgage. HCRltli.i.'g Re a' Ksiate oftlce, 453 Filth avenue, uear Ninth street. South Brooklyn _____ For sale or ro lease? a laroe dock prop. erty, well adapted lur a lumber yard or other busi ness; cinuectet! with It is an engine, boiler and all the necessary appliances to saw and plane lumber; location, Hrooklvii, E. !> For lurther particulars apply to KEL .- 1. \ A < OK NWELL. hw Hi oitd ? ,iv, Brooklyn, E. D. i<i,R SALE OR TO LW IN BROOKLYN, A TWO I? Slorv frame House. 1,050 date !W6> 1'iiclfle street with threi- Lots, each 25 by 110 teet, with grape vines, fruit, 4c Also h two story, basement, cellar mid attic frame linos* . l i- Herkimer street Apply ut 132 Nassuu street, room tin, New York. BROOKLYN PRORRVV W>B BALE _ AMP TO ?JtT. .... _ E**~OE^ A LK? ISO GREEN, NEAR CLINTON AVENUE, Bruoklyn. a first cllli three story brown atone ntft, im( flnith^d, in c??mj?l??U? ord#r. 3 lTll. STONE, 192 Broadway, New York. mwo FOUB STORY BROWN STONE BUILDING* TO I let? situated ou C Union avenue, between DvKalb L wm^?h" y avenuU; Fur lnforu?tlou Inquire at M Clinton avenue . rro LET? 1 N BROOKLYN, NEAR THE BRIDOE 1 atreet tarry, a large Factory, now used in manufac turing aniline colon ; alao ? Urge Cooper Shop and a va cant iot.Ap pi j to J OSEPH J. MARHIN, 54 wall street TO LET. ? ONLY $49 A MONTH FOB A SMALL high sloop atone front House; 8 room*; only five minute# frcm ferry, m Brooklyn. Apply to owner, 24 Mercer street, after 10 o'clock A. M. rpo LET? FIVE BOOMS, $10, 109 MYRTLE STREET, 1 near Evergreen avenue, Brooklyn . good neighbor hood ; 20 minute* from the ferry , reference required- Ap ply to MOORE, 113 Fulton street, New York. rLEV? UOUBB. FURN1S11K1). ON BROOKLYN Heights, tor six mouth a, with modern improve in ents; re *t low to email tauiilv; immediate possession. Apply at 11 Garuea place, near Joraleinon street. _ TO BENT? A THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE, MOD ern Improvement*, on Warren atreet, near .Sixth ave nue, Brooklyn ; rent $800. Apply to E. C FORCE, No. 9 I>?y Dtrttl, or address boa 2,476 Po.t office. ?*? VERY BICH FRUIT FARM, 53>i acres, on Central IllinoU Railroad ; one re vineyard: new house; crops In; close to market to, near by, 40 acres of heavy Umber Laud; will e| lauie for Brooklyn or country property same value Br. M. HOWARD, 288 Franklin aveuue, Brooklyn. acre vineyard ; new house; crops In; close to market; alao, near by, 40 acres oi' neavy Umber Laud; will ex change for Brooklyn or country property aarae value. ^r. M. HOWARD, 288 Franklta aveuue, f <fe/l 7AA ?NINETEENTH WARD, BROOKLYN.? JP*!, | Uu, Very cheap, three story brick, 9 room*, with modern improvements; terms to suit purchaser. Apply to WM. O. SUMNER, 81 Broadway. Brooklyn, E. D. WESTCHESTER COUNTT PROPERTY FOR SALE A!YD TO RBHT. AT WESTCHESTER, WESTCHESTER COUNTY.? For sale or to rent. Residence ol Abraham Huitlold, with modern improvements and in perfect order; sta bles. carriage liouse, heunery, Ac., now ; l", acres well stocked with fruit , crapes, all kinds berries, Ac., within easy distance of steamboat or cars: 12 miles from City Hall. Apply on premises or of UAT FIELD A CO., la) Front street. AT YONKBRS, 30 MINUTER FROM PORTY-SgCOND street depot ? For sale, a <1 rut class Residence, eon taintag 20 rooms, with everv modern IniBrovement; one acre of ground, beautiiully laid out in lawn and garden : first class stable aad carriage house; will exchange tor New York or Brooklyn house. T. s. SHEPIIARD, 181 Broadway. A GREAT BAROAIN.? BEAUTIFUL ESTATE ON Hudson River Railroad; one hour from city; 20 acres; finest improvements; terms easy. WM. N. POOLEY, 220 Fifth avenue. AT TARRYTOWN, ON BROADWAY, within ten minutes walk of boats or cars, to let, immediate possession, u Cottage, containing 8 rooms, nice garden, Ac., rent $UH); also a new House, containing 12 rooms, all modern Improvements; nice grounds; line river views; first class location: rent $1,000. H. EMBERTON, 609 Sixth avenue, near Thirty -eighth street. AT TARRYTOWN, NEAR THE DEPOT, ON THE river hank, to lot, furnished, a brick House, 12 rooms; 2 acres in garden and lawn ; fruit and shade trees; elegant views; rent $1,201. H. EMBER8QN, 059 Sixth avenue. ALARGK LINK OF GOOD LOTS AND VILLA PLOTS in vicinity of Fordhum, Jerome and West Farms, for sale very cheap ; annexation to citv, rapid transit and projected lines ol railroads will insure great Increase in value in a short time. 1*. LORlLLARD, 16 and l? Chambers street. TTIOK SALE-COUNTRY VILLAS AND VILLA SITES, I fronting on the tJouiid, at Eastchester Hay; tho Landings are new, hat iug been erected during the past season, are conveniently arranged and handsome In de sign; the location is unsurpassed for healthtulness and t>eau!v ol surrounding scenery, while allording ample opportunities for boating, saillui;, fishing and bathing; tne laud has been laid out In park style, and will only be deeded to snch as will engage not to erect nuisances or obstructions; the prices arc moderate and terms easy, so as to enable a tatnilv of moderate means to enjoy a de lightful home, within easy distance ol the city ; the new l'ortcliester railroad, to be completed in April, will have a station within IS minutes ot the property, l'lans and views can lie seen at the office of 1*. LORlLLARD A CO., lri and is Chambers street, where lull information will be obtained. FOR PALE OR TO LET ? COUNTRY SEAT ON THE Hudson, in lower Westchester county, within one hour ot Wall street; price ton very easy terms) $35,000; rent (to a good tenant; $1,500. Address box 2,819 Post of fice, New York. FlOR SALE-FOUR LOTS ON OOUVERNEUR STREET anil Railroad avenue, on 151st street and Fourth ave nue, suitable lor factory or dwelling purposes; will sell separate If required. Inquire at2t> Hubert street, or of J. 8UL1VAN, on tho premises. FURNISHED HOU8R (IS ROOMS) TO LET? ATMOUNT Vernon, with half an iiere of Ground and Stable. Rent $IOi per month. Part taken in board if agreeable. Apply at 2i>3 Bowery. SPECIAL NOTICE.? FOR SAI.E, AT MOUNT VKRNON. N Y., three minutes from depot, a new two story aad basement frame Dwelling House, 22x80, finished In best manner; lot 50x1115; price $5,UJ0. Inquire tor Mr. JACOB JAKUFR, at J. Lockwood's oltice, at the depot, southeast corner ot Fourth avenue and First street. TO LET? ON VERY MODERATE TERMS, A CHARM mi; old Country Seat, near tho % illage of Westches ter, completely furnished: stables, gardens, lawns, apples, pears, cherries, Ac. ; $1110 commission for a satis factory tenant. Address J. T. McKgKZIE, lid Wall street. rpo LET? A HANDSOME COTTAOE ON SOUTH SIDE I of 148th street, near St. Ann's avenue, Morrlsania, N. V. ; 7 rooms. M. .1. BARLEY, No. 5 Hey street. rpo LET-AN ELEGANT COUNTRY RESIDENCE IN X the village of New Rochelle ; house thoroughly fur nished; fruit and berries in abundance. For particulars address JACOB CARPKNTKR, New Rochelle. rpo RENT? AT YONKERS. ON RIVERDALE AVKNUB, 1 for $750, House, nine rooms; just put In complete re pair; stable and an acre of ground. Address HIM M ON S, box 5,068 Post office, New York. TWO COTTAGES TO RENT? AT TREMONT; HIGH ground: healthy, near deput M. HARD, 44 Baekman street.^ rPARRYTOWN.? ' TO LET, A NICE PLACE OF TWO 1 acres; house, 13 rooms; fruit abundant; fine river view ; carriage house, Ac. ; rent $900. JOHN WEBiiER, 233 Grand street, corner Bowery. ?\TONKERS._ A HANDSOME NEW HOUSE, 10 ROOMS, J. high, healthy situation, twelve minutes' walk from depot, to let very low ($400) to a desirable tenant. Ad dress box I'M) Station A, New York. \TONKERS? FOR SALE OR LET-TWO FINF. HOUSES X (ene with stable), near boat landing; superb river Views. THOMAS COLLINS, opposite btadoih or HUBERT A P1RSSON, 194 Broadway. JEltMEY CITY, IIOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BERii EN RE AIi ESTATE. To Ijet or Lease. At jf.rsky city.? unfurnished or partially furnished, t>rick House, conveniently located (upper half to rent immediately): rent tor whole, $900. ROBERT T. MKEKS, 80 Cedar street AN ELBOANT HOUSE, BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED on Whiton street, Jersey City, having every con veaience; 15 minutes by horse ears and live minutes by steam cars from the ler'ry ; price $ >,?*); terms rasv. WILLIAM M. UAVKV. 34 Bleecker street TO LET-FURNISHED, A TWO STORY FRAME Dwelling, with time lawn and trult trees, desirably located in l'pi>er Hackensack, N. .1., within three min utes' walk <it hrie Kailway station and eight minutes' walk ot Midland depot; gas, heater, water, Ac. : at) min utes from New York; rent $'UH). Apply to J A C. S. COVERT, IS Ridge street, New York, 7 to U A. M., 12 to 2 and 7 to ? P. M. TO LET-A NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM IN HORO ken, one blur!: from ferrv, to a re?pe< table TOMB Bmtlemsn ; terms moderate ; rctcrcuce required. Address OOM. box 174 Herald office. TO LET-ON BKRCEN AVENUE, CLOSE BY D UN can. three first rl?? brick Houses; nil improve ments; one block trom the horse cars ; good view from them that cannot be shut off: possession anytime a tenant Is lound. Inquire ot the owner. JOHN RE1LLY, West Side avenne, loot of Belimount, Jersey City. FRUPUllTY OCT UK TIIK CITY FOU SALE OH TO^HEST. At new briohton, staten island? unsuk pa?sed locations, ll? .uses, nil Improvements; rents 94N1, ffiOO, $T!*t, $l,?Kl, $2,500 yenr; furnished, $100, $150, $11*1, $:???, $601) month tor Summer ; tomt with billiard rooms, stables, citensive grounds. W. A. COLLINS, 38 Pine street AT LITCHFIELD. CONN.-HOUSE, WOODHOUfiE. Imrn, two acres, at Flushing, L. I.; tino House and Lot, one of which I must soil or rent at once. ft. MAKSlt, XI HanWav street. New York. A - 11.17. AllKTIiroKT, N. J., VACINITY OFtfl.NUER . Mhi bine Works ; a handsome Cottage, with two Lets. lor ,>ale . honse contains 7 rooms, water and gas; op posite .larkson 1'ark, the propoeed site lor the erection of the Mate Caultol building* and grounds; will sell very low. Address oW.NtK, box 1M Herald office. A BEAUTIFUL AND WELL FU RNIS1IBD COUNTRY Residence to let? The owner having gone to Europe on account ol health; house ccnuins Id large airy rooms, with every modern improvement , stable, gas, garden of sic acres; within walking distance ot church, school and twn depots; distance trom .Ne? York 40 minutes; IS truins each way. Apply to G. in. Wii'T Blil). * CO., yu John street, New York. A FIRST CLASS OENTLEMAN'8 COUNTRY RESI deacu on the II ud on? Mansion, outbuildings and land In perfect order ; quarter of mile river front; this is one place among a thousand and should be seen by all Intending to purchase - no encumbrance. Permit* to view the same and further particulars of M. T. WOOL LEY, 75 University placo. A FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET? AT JAMAICA, I* J\ I. : contain* nine rooifls; largo lot; price $;mw per roar; possession May 1. OEOKOE SK1DMORE, Clinton avenue, Jamaica. A FURNISHED IIOUSB TO LET-NEAR NEW Brighton, S. I. ; ha? all the conveniences of a city house; eleven rooms, neatly tarnished; a careful ten <nt rather than high rent Address box 3,SU Post office, New Y ork. AN KLBOANT RESIDENCE AND FOUR LOTS. WITH the use ot the eight adjoining Lots; grapevines nnd truil of all kinds, on Lyous or bicoud ?uaet,uear Van wiukle street, Paterson, to learn. WILLIAM H. OAVKK. 34 Bleecker street At ciuwnford. n. j ? for balb or to lrt, a first class House, with all the modern improve ments tour inmates' walk from the depot of tha Central Railroad of New Jersey; time lmm New York, #0 min utes; rent $7U0ayear. MOXAQHAN A CO., 181 Broad war. At PJfAINKIKLI), N. J.-KOK SA LB? CITY HOTEL, building brick, lour story, *0x72 foot, fifty rooms. m <t lor ntion In the , ity ? rent* for per year and teri.;gv'fi,a),r;NT" In? " F"" A LL PERSONS DESIRING TO PURCHASE OR HIRE ii ?.roP! rfir S,*,,cn Isl""d, litrnished or nnftirnished. Will And fall particulars With DANIEL CORNELL. Auc tioneer and llousu Agent, \ auduibilt LauUiu* A' PtOPlRTY OUT Uf TflR CITY Vfil 8AI.E (IB TO MBIWy AT NEW BRUNSWICK, ON RARITAN, JOININO city.? A Country Seat of nix acres choice land ; corn mod Ion* buildings ; welt fruited; ftne location; will sell, exchange or rent. _____ J. 9. FERGUSON, 30 Nassau street, room 8. AT HaCKENSACK.? A HANDSOME RESIDENCE, with one acre of ground, barn, 4c. ; location desir able, near depot; will be sold low. Kor further particu lars apply to C. MKHU. 327 KlfU? street, between First and Second avenues, New York. ' A POSY HOUSE ol 'eight rooms. bath, witter closets, wash trays, ele vated oven range, beater, cellar, donbfc lot, oil sewered and macadamized street; Ave minutes from depot at Whitcstone, L. I. ; M minutes from Hunter'- Point; 12 train* dally, 6 A. M. to midnight, by elegant Flushing and Northikle Kailroad ; Dor sale for raoMhlr payments of $ ?<?, without interest, and S7fi" cash ; one year's commutation tree ; beautiful scenery ; well drained ; healthy ; clmrrhM, schools, and more convenient to business than sixtieth street, Hew York. Neighborhood under restrictions. Call on 11. It. VAN SICLEN, 133 Nassau street, and get tree pass and rlstt It A SPLENDID FARM, ON CHESAPEAKE BAY, near tbe city of Annapolis, forming one ol the finest estates in .Maryland, at a ureat bargain. Address PLANTER, boi 60 Annapolis (Md.) Pout office. A COMPLETE TWO 8TORY AND FRENCH ROOF uew House at Flushing; six minutes' walk iront de pot, 30 minutes from city; marble mantels water and gas; for iS.UA); small cash payment. Apply to owner, W. K. LEAY1TT, M Wall Jtreet _ A? TO LET, TWO COUNTRY RESIDENCES, LO ? cated on Long Island Sound; situalion uusurpassed for those lona of boating and fishing ; one hour from New York ; grounds contain everything appertaining to a gen tlemun's residence, T. S. SHKPIIKKD, HI Broadway. A FARM FOR SALE-ON MIDLAND RAILROAD, N. J.; 22 miles; best tarin in tbe township ; very high; 8n acres chuioe land ; living springs; flue water power; new house; large barn; carriage nonae ; graunry ; saw in ij 1 ; abundance fruit ; trout pond ; absolutely no chills or mo&uultoca; ncur store, church, school, hotel, Ac. ; must be sold. T. S. SHEPHERD, 1B1 Broadway. AT ENGLISHTOWN, MONMOUTH COUNTY. N. J. $l,notlcash and $1,000 mortgage will buy a Dwelling, 32x26, eight rooms. In tine order ; quarter acre of land ; location beultliy, near depot; Utiug reasonable. Ad dress OWNER, box 55 l'ost olllce, New Brunswick, N. .1. T NEW BRIGHTON, H. I.? FOR SALE, THE STOCK and Fixtures ol tho best located Urocery Store in Richmond county; reasons tor selling more thun salls'ac tory. Apply to MARTIN J. BUNN 4 CO., 335 and 337 Greenwich atreet, New York. A RARE OPPORTUNITY.? A RESIDENCE OR Hotel Property, eligibly located oil the corner of 100th street and Grand Boulevard; terms reasonable. In quire of C. W. KITCHEN, owner, junction of Fulton and VVashiugton streets, Brooklyn. __ A -OWN YOUR HOMES? $10 MONTHLY PAYMENTS; ? Lota at Glendale, L. I., adjoining Brooklyn city line; 25 minutes Irom terries; (are, H eciua. Maps and Iree excursion tickets at otlice ol E. J. Lut'Ki-., 139 Eighth street, near Broadway. IJEAUTIFUL PLACE? 41 ACRES, ADMIRABLY I) adapted to dividing into villa plots, at 1 luiiollaii, on New Jersey Central Railroad. Apply to Dr. NEIL, Third avenue, corner illlh street. Bargains in new jepsev farms.? si acres, small buildings, fruit, $2,&!0; 21) acres, Ulled with fruit, good buildings, $4,500; 28 acres, buildings, fruit, $3,900; near depots; well located ; Stock, Crops, Ac. J. 8. FERG USON, 39 Nussau street, room 0. /COUNTRY RESIDENCES TO RENT? FOR SEASON \J or year, at Plaliiflcld, Scotch Plains Westfleld, Orange, Montclair, Bloomfleld and oiber desirable locu tions in New Jersey; also at Yonkers, sing Sing, .Mount Klseo, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, R.ve, Povtchester and Stamford ; several with wuter fronts; nice Cottages, $300 to $5 0 yearly. S. IRELAND, 201 Broadway. j^OR SALE? AT FANWOOD, N. J., Ik MILE _ from depot, seven acres of Land, with good House, with 12 rooms ; new barn ; good water; fruit and shade trees; i'O miles from New York on the Central Knilroad of New Jersey, foot of Liberty street. Inquire ol M. A. PULLMAN, on premises. For sale? A FARM OF loo ACRES. IN FINE ORDER; hay fields and mnrkct garden ; rich land : new house, barn, stables, cottage, Ac. ; two miles from Washington City, D. C. Apply to JOHN MARTIN, Summer il ill, Alexandria, Va. TjlOR SALE? ONE OF THE FINEST STONE MAN JF slims to be found around New York; Id miles irom city: ? minutes from depot; 3 t? 10 acres lunil; will be sold very cheap. WILSON A CLARK, '111 Broadway, basement, rooin C. For sale or to rent? house and acres, or exchange for city property. South Orange Sta tion, New Jersey; house nearly new, with 111 rooms, plenty of lruit trees; near depot, l>i hours from New York. Inquire of PANGBURN A ADAMS, 417 Broadway, New York. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED-THREE COT. tages, near each other and near Stamford, Conn., for sale or to let; neighborhood first class; best of reicr ences will be required. Address MELVILLE E. MEAD, South Norwalk, Conn. For rent? at stockrridge, mash., the coun try Seat known as the Judge Bylngton estate: bouse is large and commodious and In perfect order, havinu just been refitted and palmed bislde and out-ide; grounds ex tensive and location unsurpassed; will be leased, with a portion or the whole of grounds attached, or with cot tnges for servants it desired ; two trains dally to and from New York. Address HENRY D. CONK, Stockbridgo, Mass. IftOR SALE? ONE OF THE FINEST COUNTRY HOMES 1 on the bnnks ot the lludeon, near Tivoli, N. Y. ; tbe river and Catskill Mountain views from this place are unequalled : 80 acres of improved land, upon which aro native woods, a mansion house (new) ot stone anil brick, with French root, 5. x50; also lurne Cottage, 14 rooms; coach house and stables, barns, sheds, machine and car penter shoiis; Ice house, filled ; ad new, newly palmed and In ucrfect order ; sew private dock ; 3,0*10 fruit trees of bearing age ; property well underdraiued ; tine wells of water ; no lever and ague here; eight or ten trains each way daily ; churches and schools near; Stock and Implements sold, if desired. Address C., box No. 9 I'ivoll (N. Y.) 1'ost otlice. F For SALE? cape may, n. j.? furnished cot tage ; one acre Land and Stable ; will exchange fur Property not heavily em-umbered. Dr. U1CU, OIK frank lin street, Philadelphia, Pa. Fob sai.e? mill property, with heavy water power and rami. 2f> mi tin from New York eitr. Inquire ot GEORGE P. fcCUI.N/JiL, No. 4 Barclay btrcet, baaeincnt FOR SALE? $19 AN ACRE, A 200-ACRE FARM, three or fonr hour* from here; also other* for wale or exchange. B. FRANKLIN CLAKK, M Liberty street. For salf? at bast orange, n. j? midway be ttveen the ?function and llrick Church stations, Mor ris and Easex Railroad. sixth bouse lrom railroad on Clinton street, lot BOxlHO feet; House two atoriea aud attic, neatly lluished, bath, liot and cold water, water closet, maride wash-stands, marble inantela, stationary wash tubs, elevated oven range, gas-flttlngs, cistern, well of sott water, cellar finished in cement underdrained, heater, arbor leading to outhouse, Ave minutes f ruin de pot; a Terr desirable residence; will sell furnished or unfurnished. Inquire at Uoum or of W. C. OILMAN, 46 Pine si i eel. FOR SALE? AT BERGEN POINT, N. J., A MONEY making Fancy Goods, Millinery and Dreseujakiug Store, including agency for Hetnorest pattern*. Apply to W. 8. JENNINGS, Bergen Point. For sale? valuable Delaware peach and grain Farm, rigiit at station on Delaware Railroad, Newcastle conaty ; b.OJU trees lull bearing the ooiuiug season ; sold low to close an estate ; terms easy. W.JI. Newcastle. Del. FOB SALE? AT ELIZABETH, N. J.. A CHARMING Place ot lo acres, good house and all necessary out buildings; choice l'ruit, garden. Ac. : S8 minutes trout Liberty street JAMES PRICK, 20:1 Hudson street. TpOR SALE or TO LEASE? 1 FARM, 47A0R88; NEW I; house ; small water power, good trait , wt:ll watered, ahont 2 miles Iroin depot, 5^' from Paterson, N. J. ; termr easy; 1 Farm, 3 mites from Paterson: good house, bain and Knit; both would make splendid Hummer resiliences; alto a large House with cupola, 14 rooms, overlooking the city of Paterson. Inquire of B. GEKOE, 174 Main street, l'ater>-on, N. J. If?OR HALE ON EASY TERMS OR TO LET- A VERY desirable House, 11 rooms, modern conveniences, nt Ridgewood. near Montcialr; also Building Plots, in sues to suit, within walking distance of two stations, stores, churches, Ac. ANDHUS B. iiuAK or O. G. BENNE1T, No. ? Pine street IfOR SALE OR TO l.ET? A GOOD HOUSE (12 ROOMS) and 67 arret Land in Washington Vallev, N. J. Inquire of NOAH W. PIKK, Plalntleld, N. J., or F. E. BLACKWELL, 247 Broadway, New York. For half, or to let? at orkenvillb, n. j., 20 minute* froin New York by <\ ntrnl Railroad, several new convenient noii??*;term< liberal. Imiulre at Post oiHce. or of JOHN Morrkll & CO., corner 01 Daulorth and New Bergen avenues. FOR RENT-ELIZABETH, N. . I., 8 MINUTES' WALK from depot, a handsome House, completely famished, all modern Improvements, with n lar.'e garden. In a tine location, on a pave I street, lor tl.fMV per annnm. Ad dress .lull N M. It AM-- 1. V l si Kroiiilw iv, New York. At" TORY FOR SALF.-l* MU.t'S FROM CITY H M I, ; 1 70 horse water power, strain power, heavy buildings; near lour railroads ami canal. J. FISHER SAT TKU rntVAITK, 10 Pine street Farms for sale? m acres, one ROt'R from city, price $4.t*?i ; 07 ai res, stock, crop*, Ac,, $S,#tOi | KOancs. line dairy larm, fl4.mil; *V0 acres, good improve ! ments, f2#,iM1 ; also great variety in Orange, Rockland, \\ e?tchester ami Hatches* eotin'les, and tile best section# In New Jersey, from 2uto NO acres; several to exchange. S. IRELAND, 2U1 Broadway. Farm to rent-i.hi aches, mostly in grass, near Huguenot st.itlon, Ktaten Island ; shore front; rent MANGI.S BROS., 295 Greenwich street. IpARM IN NEW JKR-iRY-FREE ANI) CLEAR, FOR Brooklyn or New York homes. New York S ate Farm for merchandise or business, orange county Fann for *aie ; 40 acres, with biiildin ?<, near Ncwhurg. WM. BOOK Bf, til Liberty street. F1ARM FOR SALE-CONTAINING 361 ACRES, TWO tenant houses, with outbuildings and large mansion house; all In excellent order: splendidly adapted tor peaches; can he divided up Into I wo farms: situated 'iK miles from Kirk wood, Del., on Pelaware Railroad, and five miles from Philadelphia : will he sold cheap, on easy terms. Addresa JOHN W. BtCKMAN, Executor, 404 Walnut street, Philadelphia. Garden park lots for bale-in $10 monthly paymenta, without interest; prices from $200 to fflOO; under restrictions; five to ten minutes lrom depot, at Whltestoae, Long Island; 26 minutes iroin Hunter'* Point ; 42 trains daily, froiu 6 A. M. to midnight I'Y elegant Flushing and North side Railroad; a vear'a commutation free It vou balld heiore May, IC74; beautiful scenery ; hign ground; bealthy; churches, schools, and more conven ient to business than up town, Jersey, Brooklyn or Har lem; neighborhood under restrictions. Call on H. K. VAN BICKLKN, 136 Nassau street, get free pas* and vult It B. R. Hopkins will meet yon at the depot. HANDSOME COTTAGE TO RENT-FOB SEASON OR year; li room*; near depot, i'l hours from New York^fwo OH. 0L1\ KR, No. 1 Park plaoe._ Long branch cottaoes to rent furnished; printed catalogues with full description* and special anrvey maps to ke had at our ofllce*. V G. i D. BROWN, No. ?i Broadway, corner Wall street, and Branch office, opposite depot, Loag Branch. MORRTSTOWN AND MADISON RESIDENCE"' TO rent? Furnished or nnftirnlshed, for Hummer or year. Full particulars at our oHb e. Farms mid Resi

dence* lor sale.* J. 11ENKY JOUNSON, Kb Broadway. | IftOPBUl l on< OF THR CITY FOR 8 A LK OK TO RKNT. VTYACK, ON HUDSON.? TO LET, HOUSES FROM $:?o to $1,000: water, gas and iruit ; flue river view i Ave minutes irom station ; furnished il desired. E. B. WESTON. NYACK, ON TUB HUDSON.? FURNISHED OR UN furnished Houses to rent, by the month or vear. Apply to J. R. MAU-iAKY, Commercial Building, Nyack. ORANGE, N. J., AND VICINITY-SPECIALTY ? Great vnrlcty of Property to rent, tarnished or un furnished, sell and exchange. 0*11 lor catalogues. X. U. (iKKKY, :? Nassau, corner Liberty street ORANGE, N. J? FOR RAMI, FTVE HANDSOME Residences , location btgh; very healthy; nelglibor hood first class ; price* low. , H. K. SMALL, lit Liberty street OK A.N QE MOUNTAIN.-fOR SALE OB TO LET? Houw, 13 roouis, t?o acre*; price 8ft, 800. House, 0 looms, 16 acres; rent, $.*10. Cottage, 8 rooms, one acie j $i,-<0u. Owner, 46 He venth avenue. ONLY $40 FEB MONTH AND $4'*> DOWN WILL BUY a pretty House, nix rooms and cellar, lot ISO tect deep, in Gardeu I'urk, eight minutes from depot, ut Whltsstone, L. I., :?# minutes from Hunter's Point; 42 trains daily, 0 A- M. till midnight, by elegant F. and N. *. KK.; one vear's commutation tree; lieautitUl scenery, high ground, healthy; churches, schools and more con venient to business than Sixtieth street, New York. Why pay rent tor part oft house when your rent will buv you a beautiful home f Call on H. K. VAN S1CLKN, 133 Nassau street, and get free pass and visit it. T>ARTLY FURNISHED? A LAKOE BRICK HOUSE ON X Passaic River, near Newark, with about SO Acres, Barn, Ac. Appi.v to UEGltUK H. HILLYER, H'J Cedar ?t. Rare chance-fob balk or to let- la roe Italian Vdla, built expressly for owner, close to Montrose -tation, orange, NT J. Keys at station or HU BERT A PIRSSON, 1W Broadway. QACRIFICB. ? LA ROB, ATTRACTIVE, MODERN 0 House, all conveniences, beautifully located, forty minutes from New York, 'lv? miautostrom railroad sta tion: grounds 100x300: well stocked with iruit and orna mental trees; must be sold within a tew days; very little cash required. Address or apply to JAMES B. HAY, 156 Ogden street, Newark. N.J. CTATEN ISLAND.? TO LET OR FOB SALE? I'OUSE kJ and two acres, contains eight roouis, witli stable a?d coach bouse, tine shade trees, on Richmond road, near Vduderbilt Landing; rent, $400. Inquire of A. AMOS. Esq., near tho premises, or at the corner ot Beach and Varick slreets, of P. M. HAZARD. STAMFORD.? LA ROE MODERN RESIDENCE, CAR rlage house, forty acres, beautiful trout stream, ex tremely healthy, $1 2,000 : absolutely a bargain; must be sold. Address J. W. ATWATKK, Riverside station, Conn. SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY PLACES TO rent for the season or year. E. H. Ll'DLOW h CO., No. 3 Pine strcet_ TO LET? AT CLIFTON, S. I., A COTTAOE; 10 ROOMS; high ground ; lft minutes trout ferry ; rent $.150. Ap ply to N. MARSH, No. <1 Bowline Urceu. rpo LET-ONE HOUR FROM NEW YORK, ONE J. House, containing 13 rooms; house new, with burn and outbuildings; pneo $300. Address JOHN W. MOI ?SON, ItUiuvcltville, Rocklund county, N. Y. ? rpo I-ET-AT NYACK, A SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE; 1 location central, pleasant and healthy : rent mod erate. Anuly to a. M., 321 West Twenty-ninth street, New YorK. TO LET? AT TRE MONT,* NEAR DEPOT, TWO SMALL Stores and Dwellings, suitable for a butcher, baker ormllincr: complete order; rents moderate. Ami y at 181 Third avenue. GEORGE W. HuJiiK. rftO LET? AT MAMARONECKi ?>P? TIIEN. H. B. R? J. a Cottage House, eight rooms, stable and carriage house; one acre of land with plenty ol fruit und shade trees; five minutes' walk from depot Inquire ot W. J. MILLER, ti l'ell street, New York. rpo LET? A FIRST CLASS FURNISHED COUNTRY J Mansion for-one year or longer; has gas and every modern convenience; fine garden, fruit, lawn, shade trees and stable ; situated on high ground ill Orange, N. .1., with everything essential tor coin iort, both for Sum mer anil Winter, and hut a lew minutes' walk trom two depots; $850 per month is desired ; time ot possession and terms made convenient. Address D. 11., Herald office. O LET-A FINELY FURNISHED RESIDENCE, 17 _ rooms; all modern improvements; Tenuity Heights, overlooking En trie wood; near station; stabling; cow; healthy; lio nui-auces. Apply to DAVID ii. UlLDKR SLEEVE, 76 Chambers street. rpo LET-FURNISHED HOUSE, CARRIAOE HOUSE 1 nnd 7 acres Ground, dellglittully located, at Castle ton Height^, Stnteu Inland ; $1,500 per year. Al-o lur lii lieu House, Stable and 2 acres Ground, Spuyten Duy vil ; rent $1,000. Also unfurnished one, $7(X). Apply to A. JOURNEaY, 81 Lispeuard street. TO LET? AT BOSELLE, N. J. (42 MINUTES), MOD ern House, eight rooms; lot 100x125; only $;!S0 per year. Apply to S. C. HAY, 80 Broadway. TO LET? IN NEWARK. N. A FIRST CLASS BRICK House, new, handsomely finished, all the modern improvements, IS rooms and bath room, good crllur; five minutes' walk from either ot the depots; good neigh borhood; rent very low. Other Houses and parts of Houses In different parts of said oity to let. Inquire of C. A. CROSS, (lift llroad street, Newark, N. J? between the hours ol 9 and 4 o'clock, or address O. W. CROSS, Spring Held avenue, Newark, N. J. TO LET? AT LEONIA (45 MINUTES FROM FOOT (>F chambers street). Dwelling (15 rooms), 3 acres Ground ; shade and llruit trees. Also Cottage (7 rooms ami base in nl), 3 acres Orountl, to let, or will sell. Apply to or address C. 0* UCliOE, Leonia, N.J. rpo LET? AT WOODSIDE, LONG ISLAND, NEAR 1 Flushing and North Side Rsiiroad depot, three hand some Cottages, Mft minutes from City Hall, New York; rent $400 aud SOW. Applv to JAMES B. PARSONS, 37 Pine street, N. Y., or to A. P. RIKER, Woodside. TO LET? AT NEWARK. FOUR MINUTES FROM depot to New York; a neat plea sunt Cottage House, in good order ; also a tarnished House, at a low rent to a good tenant. Apply to UL'STAVUS BAYLIES, 231 Hroad way. TO LET? A COUNTRY RKSIDENOR, FURNISHED, delightfully and healthfully situated at Garrison's, opposite West Point; 1ft minutes' drive from the depot; contains 17 rooms; hot and cold water, bathroom, Ac. ; ice house tilled ; carriage bouse and stable; vegetable garden planted, fruit, Ac. ; horses aud carriages if present coachman is hired. Apply to CHARLES <i. SMITH, Cart age office, Custom House. New York. TO LET? A FURNISHED HOUSE, CONTAINING eight rooms; modern improvements; very pleasantly situaieil on the Sound, at Cos Cob, Greenwich, Conn. Fur further particulars address J. M. GRAFF, 2Ub Water street. New York. T TO LET? AT NEWARK, A HANDSOME SUIT OP flirniKhed Rooms, at ? low rent, to a desirable ten ant; <5 minute n from Cortlandt street; house occupied liy owner; two adults. Apidy a* above at79 8ouih street, a tew door* east of Orchard street. TO LET? AT NYACK, N V., A BEAUTIFUL COUN try feat, partially furnished ; acre* I. and ; splcn. did river view. Apply to THEODORE ROSs, yi Front st TO lit OR TO LEASE? IN NEW JERSEY, ON THE Shrewsbury River, near I<ong Branch, a llotol, fur nished. For further particulars inquire of F. FAN Ft R NOT, 66 Bearer street. TO LEASE? BELMONT HALL, FURNISHED OR UN furnished, l>5 rooms, on the terrace, New Brighton, 8. 1. ; kept seven years by late occupant. W. A. COLLINS, 2S Pine street TO RUNT? THE HOMEfiTKAD KNOWN AS TUB "Lester place," in Norwich, Conn., with furniture and land adjoining (ii desired) : about five (5> acres. Fur particulars apply to WALTiiR F. PARKER, pier iO North ltiver, New York. rpt) RENT FOR THE SEASON? CHARMING COUNTRY 1 Residence, furnished, on the Hnusatomc road, abont 61) miles from the city, suitable lor two or three families; 14 rooms; veranda on all sides: delightful grounds, natural and Improved, woods and streams within the boundaries' carriage house, 4c. ; terms moderate. In quire at 10 Broad street, room .'>2. rilO RENT? A COUNTRY RESIDENCE NEAR WOR 1 tendyke station, on the Midland Railroad, New Jersey ; one lioiir from New York; slnation elevated and healthy ; a most delightful place, particularly during the Summer months. A|j>ly to A. TitoWBRlDOE, 52 Broadway, or X. .Mil. 1. ARM, No. 8 Wall street. TO RENT? FURNISHED, AT ENGI.EWOOD, CON venient to two stations, a double stone House, with modem improvements; burn and rive acres of laud; grounds have abundance of fruit and shade trees; fine vegetable garden, Ao. Address box 3,770 New York Post office. TO MANUFACTURERS.? FOR SALE, FACTORY AND lLa ncrm Land ; plenty of water; few minutes froin New Hrinh ton landing, S. I. For particulars inquire of HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 i'ine street. rpo ARTISTS.? A FINE, LARUE STUDIO, WITH 1 norili skyliuht, to rent by the season or .year, at Cats kill, N. Y. Address lock box A 1'ost offlee, CaUflUU. rpilE STONE MANSION, 40 BY 50 FKF.T, S STORIES A and basement, on the corner of Main ami William streets, tor sale; lot liifi by 2tai teeU Address WILLIAM s. KEKS, 8troud?burg. I'a. dt>QIU? ONLY? COTTAGE, 12 ROOMS, THREE acres ; hiuh ground ; fine view of l<nng Island soil nd ; halt a mile lroui depot Addicts A. M. UAL 81 ED. Rye, N'. Y. S 7 Zl\ RENT? COTTAGE ON STAT EN ISLAND, 13 1 T?)U r> ouis, water, gas, garden, shade trees: good ne gliborhi'od , five iniiiutes irom Vaiiderhilt landing l>r horse r illroad. Address W. B. TOWNSKND, 40 Broad way, or lo Bible House. <?/?/ iff BENT.? FU RNISHED HOUSE To" LEtTTn ?PDUU the city of Bridgeport- Conn. ; Improvements; suitable for boarding house. Call on owner, 723 sixth av. Si lUWI WILL BI Y U ACRES OF "good LAND ?PI*' ' small House, 40 miles from city, north side Long Island ; ueigliborliood healthy. 100 acres for sale or exchange. KLSSAM, 24* Clermont avenue. (ft J .'(in -sK* s'l'E. KTATEN ISLAND-A HAND. fTiiMIUi some Cottage, pleasantly located, In un exceptional neighborhood; near depot, school* ami churchrs; facilities tor flshmg and boating; or will runt tor jfluO. Address W. H. II., box 104 Herald oftlce. nr.M, BSTATBS to kxuiianok. 1 EXCHANGE.? WANTED, A FARM, WITHIN ONE 'j hour of this city ; moderate price, for which l??0 acres In Minnesota and some money will bo given. Address CHARLES, Herald ofllce. I"10R SALE, exchange or rent? property at 1 Wood side, N. .1., live minutes' walk from i'aterwn and Erin depot; a tine House on Belleville avenne, con taining 12 rooms, with modem Improvements, together with 10 Lots. Addross JliLLBL'llN, box 87 Post otlice, Essex county, N. J. For sale or to exchange? an elegantly furnished House, in highest, healthiest part of lower Westchester, Call on DEUUY UUAL 0O MP ANY, 106 Broadway. IIOR SALE, EXCHANGE OR TO LET-100 ACRE Dairy Farm, on Long Island, 15 miles from New York, near Manliasset. A. R.U'KI.Yi:. Ill William street. For sale or exchange? an estate on the Wicomico River, St. Mary's county, Maryland, half mile from Cliaptico wharf, containing over :??i ai res; brick residence, orchard, garden, .te. ; Baltimore and Washington steamers touch at Chnptico wharf. Apply to A. L. TAVEAU, Chuptlco Post ufllcc, or 11, Is. HrWAQUE, 87 P arl street. FOR f ALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY, | a private Residence. at Madison, N. J., >-n minutes Irom depot, built ln?| l ull; 12 rooms, first class finish; barn, coach bouse, stables and hennery; one acre or J ground ; tru't and good shade good well; price f0,.VJU Addu-s* C. K. V., bo.\ it- Madison, N. J* ' _ RIAL ESWE ?0 E%(itUJ(W.a awaovED^KAJL estate in bluabbth r to exchange lor Sailing Vessel, 400 ton* or upwards. Address SHIPPER, Herald office. U?AOTORY, M8 WB8T THIRTY-SKVENTH SfCRKKT, JP to (ant, for sale or exchange; 28*110 feet: 5 stories; lwht ail round; also House !? 218 and 217 West thirty-sixth street PARTRIDGE, 128 Broad street. r EXCHANGE, FOR A COUNTRY PLACE NOT FAB from the city? {several tour aiury briok Tenement Store Property, well rented. Address A. H. P., Herald Uptown Branch othc?. t TTlhl A PLOTS AND BUILDING IX?T8 FOR SALE? V At Ba.vsida. L. I.. SB minutes Irtuu Humor's Polat ferry. wrLLlAjfs. QAVEY, 34 Bieecker street "\ir ANTED TO EXCHANGE-TWO OB THREE VT brown utoue front Dwelling Houses, 30 or 23x00 lot WU met, between Madison and Sixth avenues and 1 liirty-Btth street and Central Park ; woll built uud unen cumbered, tor which a splendid < ouatry Seat oil the Hud ?<>?. opposite the CatsfcUh, in perfect order, worth ??', 00ft ffl . P exchanged, unencumbered. Address C.. bo* V Tivoli (M. y.) Post office. WHITESTONE, L I.-FOR SALE OB TO LET, three new Cottages, splendidly located on the snore, near landing, just west oi howl: 11 r.xmis; all modern lHiproveuienta; one hour from Wall street by 41 trains, over Flushing aig Nertb SWo Railroad, or 4 boat* dally. C. B. WILLIAMS, iMHCaaul afarcet 1 ACRES OF LAN? IN WISCONSIN FOB SALE 1UV or exchange. Address LAN1), Weat hide Adver tisement oliice, SOS Weat Twenty -third street <#tl ftOft -F0E <?R EXCHANGE FOR A jpl.Ul/U. House in Brooklyn, a Crockery, Class and Lamp Store, on an avenue in thi< city, witJU one or more Brooklyn Lots ; good reason tor selling; owners only no ticed. Address CONFIDENCE, Herald olUce. &*> AAA -A SMALL PROFITABLE MANUFAC ?T*4>"Uu. turing Business in exchange tor a siuail Farm or House. Address O. B. N., Herald offioe. ? ltifl AL M ST AT B WAWTtiP. W" ANTED TO PURCHASE? A SMALL FARM, within 28 miles of New York, worth trom VVJ00 to $8,000; Bergen county, N. J., preferred. Address HAL L6CK, Herald office. WANTED? A TENEMENT HOUSE, IN OOOD LOCA ?Y tion, worth about aU.uou to ?lrt,U00 ; would pay half cash. T 1 10. MAS McGUfRE, 1,148 Second avenue. \\T AN TED? IN BROOKLYN, WITHIN TWO MILES t I of Kutton ferry, a House, well located ; state price, Incumbrance and full Dartlculnro. Address W. L. B.,curc of Isaac Soltzer, box 319 Post office. New York. HU8INRS8 OPPORTDM IT1K1. | A PUBLISHER'S OPPORTUNITY OF RARKOCCUB rence is now open.? A gentleman ot suitable cxpei 1 ence and energy can take the place ot a member of a promiuout. suoeesslul publishing house, who wishes to retire solely on account ot failiug health, and who will dispose of inore or leas ot his interest to a suitable suc cessor. Address, in strict confidence on both sides, IN VALID, box 2, *14 New York Post otllce, giving experi ence, business and UUtrary qualifications and capital. AN OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS, SUCCESSFUL ly carried on for 43 years, tor sale, to close up an estate; ?usy terms will be given to a purchaser. LLOYD, 29 Broadway. A -CAPITAL SECURED FOR INCORPORATED . companies, merchants, manufacturers. Persons with capital desiring investments informed desirable op portunities. References? Bankers, merchants, capital ists uud luvestora generally. C1IA RLES O. DAHLGREN ft CO., 112 Broadway. A PROFITABLE OPENING KOR A GENTLEMAN with $3, COO ready, to assist retiring principal In an ?[(1-cstablished high class business with cunrtnous profits ; net Income S10,000 yearly, easily made. Address Al, Herald Uptown Branch office. A LADY OR GENTLEMAN DESIROUS OF SAVING many from suffering and death, and to make a for tune iu doing so, may ioin a party who will furnish the opportunity ; only 91,000 or less required. Address l'Oai TTvB, Herald offic^ AN ESTABLISHED REAL ESTATE OFFICE, DOING 'a good business : handsomely furnished office and largo amount of desirable property ; will be sold very low. Apply at 189 Last Twenty -sixth street. A-A.-A.-SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY-$8,000 WILL ? buy halt Interest in a business paving $40t) per wcuk profit; highly respectable and tniluential; trial Siven before investment. For attention send real ad rcssto EXPEDITIOUS, Herald office. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.? TH E ' ADVERTISER, who has a business fully developed and capable of great extension with corresponding profit, wishes the co-operation of one or two energetic men of good char nctcr; some capital indispensable, which wil be amply secured. Address, with reference, HoBaRT, cure of a; Eddy A Co.. No. 1 Park place. /I RE AT OPPORTUNITY FOR BUSINESS.-ONE OF U the most desirable retail Boot and Shoe Stores in Jersey City to be sold, on account of death, at a great bargain ; yearly cash sales $4?,000. For further particulars call or address HEAD QUARTERS, 27 Newurk avenue, jersey City, N. J. Livery businf.ss.-i want a party with means to unite with me to buy an I control a large, well located livery stable; best references. Address HUitE n'OKTl'N B, Herald Uptown Branch otllce. PARTNER WANTED? IN A FIRST CLASS WHOLE, sale and retail business, well established and no risk; references required. Inquire of D. J. SPRAGUE, 109 and 111 Worth street, or LLLIS A BKlKCKEltliOFF, 48 Broad street. THE SUCCESSFUL PUBLISHER OF "THE FREE thinker." a monthly paper published during the last three years In the German laiK'iiuge, treating religion, moral and science, on the plattorm ot truth, reason anu the results of scientific progress, Intends to issue un Eng lish edition, and Is willing to arrange with a proper party possessing a few thousand dollars. Subscribers ready; success beyond doubt Address FREETHINKER, box 2,678 Post oftlep. rilO HOTEL MEN? WANTED, A COMPETENT MAN A ager, to take chargc of a largo and popular Summer resort; one who can purchase an interest preferred. Apply .In person to S. EDDY ft CO., No. 1 Purs Place. TO PHYSICIANS.? A RESPECTABLE. GENTEEL Office Business and Practice, worth $20,()i!0 a year, for $0,lU0 cash ; present incuuilient retires from business. Address for interview PRACTITIONER, Herald office. rno ANY PARTIES DOING A CASH BUSINESS. 1 either la New York, Brooklyn or Jersey City, and wanting au active partuer with $1,000 lo Invest, will ad dress 72 A., French's Hotel, stating business aud iocatiou. The one nALF interest of the estate of Samuel Ijilrd, in the United States Hotel, at Long Branch, will bo sold, positively, by SAM Ui'L T. UE!v DI11CKSON, Sheriff of Monmouth ciinnty, on the prem ises, un Tuesday, April 2D, 1873, at 2 o'clock P. M., sharp. WANTKD-A MAN WITn FROM $S00 TO ?1,800. IN a first class manufacturing business, on either salary or investment, where money is perfectly secured In stock and machinery. Ibis is a chance seldom met with, which will bear the closest investigation: one acquainted with fanev notions preterred. Address JACKSON, care ol IWillard & Klel.v, K1 Cliff stniet, New York. tf>in AAA ?FOR SALK-AN ESTABLISHED CE >?1UiWUW. raent Businoss, located in Pennsylvania, With land, quarrv, factory, ftc. ; good reasons for selling; terms easy. Address A. C. P., Herald office. Agents need not answer. m1A FOR HALF INTEREST IN A PATENT $1 0.000 right worth ?l?MWt; $'A?00 will buv the whole right; com? and see it 737 Broad w1?\1^?^, , A KOH. KALK. An old established ?"express business^ Four Horses, tour Wagons. In good order; doing a business of? 10(1 n week. Inquire at 515 Third avenue. A RARE nr-l'OTlTUVrTY.? mcst be sold, one of the nente-t and fluent Barrooms and Billiard Rooms that can he found Inquire on premise.-, 407 Urand street, corner ol Clinton. At new Brighton, S. I.? for salr, tiie stock and Fixtures of the host located Groccry Store in Richmond county; reasons for wiling more than satisiac tory. Apniy to Marti n j. bunn a co., 335 and .07 Greenwich street, New York. ? HOUSE FURNISHING AND WOOD AND WIL ? low Wart* Store lor sale cheap; also Stationery Stores, l)rujj Stores, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Stores, Hat Mores. XlTL'ilELIi'S Store Apcney, 77 Cedar street A SPLENDID RHBTA08ANT, DOWN TOWN, HaLF interest lor sale ; also corncr Lienor Stores, Oyster Saloons, Chop Houses, corner Grocery Stores, Sample Rooms, Confectioneries. ? MITCHELL'S stor# Agency, 77 Cedar street A FINK PROVISIONS STORE, BEST BTAND ON J\ Eighth avenue, for sale; also Butter Stands, Baker ies, first claw Resl an rants, downtown 1 inuor Stores to let. MllCUl-.l,I,.s More Agency, ,7 Cedar street ASPI.ENDID BUSINESS CORNER ON SIXTH AVE' nuo tor sale? Three story brick House, with 30 years Lease ol lot at loir rent. MITCHELL'S Store Agcncy, 77 Cedar street. ?HERRING'S SAFE POR SALE? ALSO SILVER ? mounted Counter Cases; Counters, fancy Dry Hoods, Ac., Ac. Apply 437 Greenwich street, near Bar clay street B ? RARE OPPOK'l UNITY.? GENTLEMEN'S FI R itMhlnx Store, with Stock,- Fixtures and Lease, lor sale, on the lemlin? business avenue; will instruct pur chaser in the manufacturing 01' shirts: reasons tor sofllnn more than satislactory. Address J. F., Herald Uptown Branch offlct. AKERY AND ??< ?N rECTIGWERY -POR SAI E, I Machinery, Utensils, Lease knd 0 Will 01 a well known concern; elegantly fitted up and with spacious grounds, Ac. ; owner lias made a fortune and desires to retire; will take good unencumbered I'roperty. Apply to GRIGGS, CARLE I <)N A CO., 98 flrondwiiy. BUTTKR ST\ND FOR SALR.? ONR OF Til K MuST desirable In Manhattan Market. Apply to WM. II, HEROES, stand IJf. / 1H ANDKLIKRS POR SALK-\ Kl:\ II A MiSi i.MU AND \J very cheap, It applied lor within two days, at 36 West Twenty-eighth street C1IGAR STAND CH RAP-IN A FIRST CLASS J Broadwav lintel; elegantly fitted up ; owners going in wholesale business. Call at ciiar stand Urand HotiT. corner Thirty-first street and Broadway. Drugstore for salr? at union hill, n. j.; hand?ome little store; good trade; easy terms; rent store and Itving Booms, si RICUANU'S linguists' Agency, 7J Cedar street^ DRUO STORE FOR SALR? IN CONSEQUENCE Of the death ot the proprietor; established 20 rearsjean be purchased tor Apply ut once to HALE, 1M William street. pOR SALE? COUNTERS SIIKLPING, DESKS chenp. Apply to MEISKL, LAMi'E A CO., WCham UOR SALR? TIIE STOCK, FIXTURES AND 3 YEARS' 1 I .ease of a first class corner Liquor Store, on a lead in* avenue. I nqulre at *1 ( ortlandt street F^OR HAl.R. ? I.RASR, dhoii WILL, TRUCK, AO., or the old whole*ale ami retail Hour and leed Store tf0t> Fir?| avenue, near Thirty-lourih .street. FfH)R SALS I HE STUCK AND FIXTURES OP A Krncery store. Inquiro 011 the premises, 610 East .Seventeenth street POR SALE? A FIRST CLASS BAKERY AND ICE I Cream Saloon in one of the best localities in WiU liamshiiry, doing a spltndid business; KAiistactory rea sons Kiveu lor selling. Apply on Hie premises, mi Urand street, Wiliiauitbuig. UKML KALE? ELEOAJST flXTl'BES OP AN APOTffK r cary, must be (told, on account ol re moral, betore at of May. Inquire at 236 East Seventy eighth street vast RAUK KALS^ELB _ __irv. molt be the 1st rut SALK? HOUSE AND BAR FIP. AT ATHLETUJ Club grounds. 130th street between Third and fourth avenues. Price $1,100. For sale? thikty peet or pink office par. titton, with walnut Counters and Desk.*; ?!*> ? lot of Kaill ngs. Inquire at 216 West Twenty-third street For sale? a FINELY FITTED UP PORTER HOUSE; best thoroughfarv iu the eity ; now doing good bust new; other fouaines.s the cause. Apply at ** "tune street. For sale? a valuable patent fob man'U taetu ring Mosaic inlaid flooring; will be sold at a sacrifice. as owner is about sailing lor Europe. Apply, for particulars and samples, to A. J HKNNION, Jr., Counsellor at Law, room 10. No. & Dey street, New York. FOR BA(iE ? CHEAP, CORNER LIQUOR STORE; TWO years' lease from May I ; must be sold to-day. Apply at 103 Ninth avenue, in the store. _ |7*OR SALE? AT VALUE OF HTOCK, AN OLD-ESTAB. J uished down town Carting Business; would take A partner. Inquire of A. J. LUsK, MS Fulton row, West Washington Market PUR SALE? AT A GREAT BARGAIN, THE LEASE OF the old established Dining and Lodging Moose 211 West street. luquiro tor thro* days of SAMUEL MUDGETT. IjlOR 8ALK? THIS DAY, TO FETCH WHAT IT WILL, * a neatly fitted op Liquor Store, in the Fourteenth ward ; lour years' leusu, with rooms Apply to THUS. GAFFNEY, Auctioneer, No. 0 Centre street. For sale-the lease and fixtures of a first class Sample Room ; the cheapest rent on Broad way. Inquire ot U. W. SHAF; R, 1,SS3 Broadway, be tween 1 and S and 5 and 7 o'clock; For sale-tub stock and fixtures of a com ner Liquor Store, with Oyster Har and Lunoh Room and watering trough attached, doing a first rate business, as the owner is going Into other buslneia. Apply on tba premises, corner of Baltic aud Kevins streets, South Brooklyn. For sale? the sample room and ale house, corner of Hudson and Thomas streets, opposite American Express buildings; a good paying business; established and kept by present owner three years, who has other business and must sell right away; rent of whole house $400 a year; saUslaotory investigation given. For sale? an old-established restaurant? one of the beat locations iu Brooklyn; lias two sa loons; lu base m.' lit has lilllinrd room, bar and oyster counter ; the best kitchen lu the world : has every facility lor furnishing wedding and ball parties, Ac. Fine stock of silverware for loan ; is doing a good cake business. Ap ply at 173 Atlantic street, Brooklyn. OR BALE-FIRST CLASS CIGAR STORE, NO. I Barclay streot, near Broadway; price $100. IPOR SALE CIIKAP- THREE TABLES. 12X1 FtSET, 1 with three drawers to each. GEO HOE 11. KITCHEN A CO., 691 Broadway. IjlOR SALE-AM OLD ESTABLISHED OORNER ' Liquor ntore, near the steamship lines. Inquire at 68 Carmine street. IjlOR SALE CIIKAP? A GOOD LIQUOR STORE, WITOC 1 Stock, Fixtures and Lease, rent $20 per month, at 836 West Forty -fourth street. UOB SALE, CHEAP-CORNER GROCERIES AND X1 Liquor Store ; the owner litis two in a vood neighbor hood. Inquire of D. FINK, 510 Greenwich street For sale or to let? factory, aso west Twenty-nin'li street; 26x100: basement and thro* stories; :tl)-horse boiler and engine, complete. Inquire ot MEYElis & ubMBT, loot ofTwen ty -ninth street. Fine fixtures for bale? vmt low, at ss South Fifth avenue, near Bleecker street; 9-foot plate glass Showcases, side Showcases, Counters, pier plate Looking Glass, Safe, Ac. PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY FOR HALE.? INQUIRE Otf premises, No. 5 Chatham square. SAFE FOR SALE-SMALL SIZE, LILLIE'S MAKE; combination lock. 868 Broadway, up stairs. SAFES CHEAP FOR CASH? ALL SIZES ANDl makers; 26 to 50 per cent saved by purchasing betor* May. Large silk Sates. O. C. QUIRK, 81 Maiden lane, near Gold street The fixtures of fancy goods store nt Sixth avenuo for sale, at a great sacritlce. WILL B^Y LIQUOR STORE IN NINE <iP-j 1 U teenth ward, with Stock and Fixtures, in cluding lour-pull English Alu Pump; two years' lease 1 three rooms to live in; cause of selling, owner having two stores. Apply to owner, 16 West street, iu liquor store. F MAI lil t K -.il*. -FOR SALE, EIGHT-HORSE POWER ENGINE. Inquire at PATTERSON'S, 17 and l!> Rose street. AT WILSON A ROAKE'S, 838 AND 384 WATER street, Si-horse Hoc Table Engine, ll)-liorse Portable lioister, horizontal and upright Engines, Boilers, I'umps, Shalting, Pulleys, Ac. /CONTINENTAL STEEL WORKS.? MACHINERY WILL " J be soltl to-day (April U6>, at Maspeth, L. I., ut 3 P. M. FRANK WARNER ANGRL, 271 Broadway, room 12. FOR SALE? A WALKING BEAM, AS GOOD AS NEW and very cheap. Apply to E. 0. FORCE, Nos. 5 aud 7 Dey street, room 6. For sale? a horizontal engine, 12^x24 and Flue Bolter, In good order, now running, by C. W. ALCOTT A CO., corner EtgjtMWlj iWrtMW avenue B. POKTVBLE AND STATIONARY ENGINES AND Boilers now anil second hand: Store Elevators, Lathes, Drills, six -horse Hoisting Knwiiie, in good order. WiLLAItL) A DK BEVOiSE, 46 Dey street. SLOTTING MACHINE FOR SALE? \T HALF ITS cost; very little used ; seven fee, between columns. Apply to E. C. FORCE, Nos. 6 and 7 Dey street, room 6. OIX HORSE ERICSSON CALORIC ENGINE, WITH SlisltYng niul Hoisting Apparatus. nt a naeriflce. CA 11 on or address CHARLES BELL, 1X1 rhUU avenue, print ing office. TT7ANTED? FOUR t>oon CYLINDER BOILERS, 30 Tt feet long, 30 inches Ainnjofer. Address G*.0. FUL. MER, Portland, Northumberland county, Pa. WANTED TO PrRCIIASE? Av-olIT $5,000 WORTS of Machinery used in a planing villi and door, sash and blind factory, tor which will be give, the equity in a first cluss brown stone House. Address, i?r three days, B. 0. Herald Uptown Branch office. NEWSPAPERS. A -THE AMERICAN BEGI??ER, ? thft most widely circulated of the American Journals published in Europe. A capital medium tor American advertisers addre.sslng themselves to European patronage. Indispensable to all persons visiting Great Britain anS the European Continent. Subsrrliitions aud advertisements for the AMERICAN REGISTER will be received ami single copies of the pa* 8er may be obtaiued at the ofiice of the New York Herald. ew York. * First so volumes illustrated London news, commencing volume 1, No. 1, bound. g"od order, for sale to higlieit bidder ; also a sma 1 Library of about 209 volumes. Address BREAD, Herald office. . Pl'KSITUitE. A RARE CHANCE FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.? MAG nlflcent Household Furniture tor sale a sacriflec, 6 ronertv family leaving city : two superb suits Drawing ;ooui Furniture, covered silk brocade ; totc-n-t6te Sofas Arm Chairs, cost $?00. for $2iM) each ; one tor $130, do. $46; velvet medallion Carpets: ro-e wood, walnut Cnam- 1 ber Furniture, style Louts XlV.: hair, spring Mattresses; secretary Bookcase, inarqiieterie bols de rose Cabinets, Tables; magnificent square grand Piano, Mirrors, Paint ings, Stntuarv, Bronxcs, Works of Art, Extension Table. Buffet Silver, Glass, China Ware, halt original cost 3< West 16th st., pear 6th av. A -NOTICE. NOTICE. NOTICE. . At private sale, entire ele rant Household Furniture private residence 2lo West 21st st.. nenr 7th avenue.? Par lor Suits, in sntln brocatcl and cotcline, cost Jiioo, for $125 to $176; rep SuitSj $25 to mitgniacfcnl rosewood 7*$ oct*ve ftinf- ronnu col-net-eu 1 lanotorie, cost $975, for $'.150! one beautiful seven octave grand square, $730, tor $225; Chambrr, Library and Dining Furniture, Carpets, Bed ding, Paintings, Ac. Can lie seen this day or Sunday. N. B.? Goods not sold before Monday, April 28. will |>? sold at auction that, day, at 10X o'clock, positively. A? A.? A.? A.? A.? A. . A Bargain, tuis day. for cash.? Private famllvlea* ing for Europe will sell all their Household Furniture, In lot* to suit? Superb blue satin, inlaid and gilded fra:nes Parlor suits, cost $70A for $3 11): one lor $2>), cost $ I'M; b roc ate I Suit, $18">; rep Salts, 7 piecos, $60; velvet anl Hrnsaeis and ingrain Carpet; 14 Bedroom Suits, $4> up. wards; brilliaut toned 7^ octave rosewood Pianoforte, e..?t $**), tor $1?); liair ami spring He is slid Bedding, Extension Tulle, Buffet, Chairs. Mirrors, Chandeliers, Bronzes, "II Paintings, Easy Chulrs, Lounges. Basement and Ktfohcu Furniture, in lots, less thin half cost. Call this day. private house 120 West 211 st.. betwoen 6th and 7th avs. Goods can remain in holism until 1st May. A SMALL FAMILY, 'BREAKING UP HOUSEKEEP. Ing, will dispose of th? if FsrultUTt. Call Saturday and Monday. 017 Sixth avenue. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP CARPETS. FI'RNI ture and Bedding at lowest cash prices, ny weekly instalments, at o'KAKRKM.'S warehonse, 4 HI Eighth nvo? nne, between Thirtieth and Thirty-tlrst streets. A- FAMILY ABOUT TO BREAK ! t P HOU8EKBBP> Ing will sell extra fW.* Mirror, handsome Carpets, Oil Paintings, and Household Articles at very low prices. 155 East Sixty-second street A RARE CHANCE FOR CASH.? AT PRIVATE RESf dence 124 West 26th stt, Parlor Suits, $75; re? * Suits $35 , Bedroom Suit', $25; and 300 lots cheap for cash. Parlies commencing housekeeping will do well to call this day or Sunday. Any party having second hand furniture, Carpets, Ac., wishing to dispose ot them, may rely ?n liber il prices being paid nt JAMES GR AH AM'S, 190 Third avenue, where a large and general assortment ot secoud hand Furniture Is generally kept 011 hand. (1ARPKTS.? a Lot OF DESIRABLE BRUSSELS ) Tapestry at private sale, 24 West Twenty-nlrtfh street; s, conn hand dealers need nut apply; will deliver them about May 1. T7IOR SALE? PfCKH ART BEDSTEAD, PLATE GLASS r front, good as new, cost $250; will lie sold for $150 il applied for before 10 A. M. Monday at 107 West Forty* fourth street FOP. SALE-13J YARI'S MOQUETTE CARPET, LITTLE used; will be sold very low it applied tor at oucc al 14 East Forty-third street /iood second Hand and misfit carpets <a vT specially), all sizes! Kngll-h, Brussels and Ingrain for sale cheap at 11.' rulton street corner of Dutch. En- ^ trance on 1 uiteh street * ' MOOTHlT or WEEKLY PA YMliMTS.? CARPET.4, Furniture, Bedditifr Ac. ... * DKALY ,t CtTNNINGUAM. and Third avenne, n^nr Twentv-eighth street. rrwW lower than any other house In tne ci.y, PBiVATE PARTUS DKSI KING TO DWPG.4S Of Uielr Kurniiure can meet with a cash puroh k?rt?r aUdresing it. 11. K.t |(oX :w, (.,wl WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMBNPS FOR FUR. niture. Carpet* and Bed ling, at B. M. COWi'KIU THrtAIi A CO.'.s, IM and 157 Chatham struei. At liaiueiisv stock and iuw prices.

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