Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 1, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 1, 1873 Page 2
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OT\ 11^*1, ESTATE FOB NAT.K. CratrkL \ ?VHIKT1KIHH STRERT (MURRAY HILL), BK J\.. tween Madls <n and Park avenues.? Over dcslra Me lour utory hluli stoop 21-foot stone Dwellinjr, forsa'e reasona!.!??. V K. SffcVKNSnN, Jr., 11 Pine street, or to owner, Mr> ifroadway. A -A.-A.'-hlft SAI.B, AT A SACRI+1CK, A FIRST J\. cite four story high sloop brown stone House, 2I.2*W .r> fool Lot on west iiMe ot Madison aventie, ?tt left south ol > <nt\ -lourtli street clear view to Park; throe floor* in iiaril w< ml, parlor flcor cabinet work by I'olticr A stymie. with IttMrnry. butler* lantry, mantel mirror,, 4c. Also n firm ciafs Home ot similar dimensions and superior lini.-li oil Uaitixoi avenue, ?ft teet Iroiu tbc southeast (orner of Sixty-Urn! street. Term* to suit: good lo<'ation: lot* lukcn in payment; houses open lor inspec tion. Inquire ot owner, A! K i.AKEH, at his marble works, 184 East Eighteenth street. A FIRST CLVSS FOUR STORY H10IT STOOP, WI'T.I, proportioned, trescoed 2i loot stone Dwelling. Forty llrst street, <iwt out of Filth avenue, for sale low. v. u. 8TEYEN.SON, Jr., 11 Pine street. A SPLENDID'SMALL I'm H STOItY HIGH STOOP brown stone House for sale, Seventy third street, between Fifth and Madison avenues; cabinet work from basement lo lourtli tloor; tastefully decorated and healed by steam; "ill lie sold. furnished or unfurnished, at a ver* low price; termseusv; possession immediately. In fuire of A. <11 VTAIN, I.exlairton avenue, between orty-tirst and Forty-second streets. A decided sacrifice?a splendid three story high stoon brown Moue Dwelling, on Seventy ninth street, near Tli rd avenue; all Improvements and an extra pnr.y wall: stone wall around the yard; extra Summer house and beautiful arhur in garden; m/c 18xiSx 102. onh < .ish required. 8. FHKIdEnBICII X CO., !?J? and 90S Tliird avenue. A?madison AVEM'E 25-FOOT HOUSE WIU. BE . sold al less ilian eo?t this week, an owner uiiut iiave cash to meet pressing liabilities. ' FRANCIS crawford. *9S1 Third avenue corner Fifty-seventh street. ri|)H SAM ?1C EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET, J1 between Filth and Madison avenues, four story brown (tone front liitrti sloop; all uioileru improvements; lease i'iinr< liiniiirp <>n th<? ltrt'iiiinPfl. BlUllr limit iiiwn civ 'c i iiiouv in iiii)ii\ 60years. Iii(|tdre on the premises. Four story brown stone iiopse?70 east Forty-ninth street?for sale; $I6,U0U. Inquire on the premises. The cheapest house on madison avenue? Elegant tour story high stoop brown stone 20 loot House, with splendid Chandeliers, Incur Flttv-lnurtli street; finished in hard wood; price $45,000; term* easy. -i ?" imiu "?'?m . 1'iur v?ii,?rtni, wruiR wuh* S. FRKIDENRICII A Co., 916 and 'JOB Third uveliue. 11HE CHEAPEST HOl'8E IN THE CITY?SIXTV-FIRST street, near Mudison avenue, will sell lor $.1,00'I less than cost; lit est locution east ot the Park. Apply to DUNN Sl sea1cii, 202 Broad" a v. Kant Hide. A?TOR SALE <>[{ TO LET, ONE POT'ft STORY . brown Mono high stoop House, southeast corner of Seventy-first street and Lexington avenue, 2>x6u, and three Ifouaes adjoining, lti.\6U; terms moderate. Apply on premises Furnished house for SALE OK to let-size ol' houst 25x73, lot 25xlUo; situation 41 West 124th street, Iron ting on Mount Morris Park and Morris uve nue ; locution one ot the finest ill llurieui : house Is ne*v, three stories, brown stone iront, built In very best milli ner; bus all the modern conveniences and Improve ments: heated by steam; is in complete order and new ly lurnisbe 1 throughout. Lot adjoining also for sate. Ap ply to M. G. LANE, Jim Fourth avenue. 10 A. M. to 12 M. IpOR SALE?TWO FIVE STORY DO OB LB TUNE 1 meats, with Stores: have all modern Improvements, and are now rented tor $5, MM Per year; arc new houses; are oil the corner ot Houston and Wlllett streets; price $j2,iKHl. THOMAS 0. IIOJER. 'J36 Third avenue. B10R BALE OR TO LET-TWO HOUSES, FRENCH style, one furnished; perfeotgems; reuleto with all modern conleniences; 11 rooms; 4!) minutes troui City Hull; fi minutes irom boat and cars; locution unsur passed ; high ground. Apply to Mr. HuBBERI), 29 liust Fourteenth street STORK PROPERTY. ON WEST BIDE OF SECOND avenue, tor sale, at a '.Treat saerMoe; extra veil built and finished, ami having u very sure prospe< tive value. F. CRAWFORD. 90S Third av. (new bank building), corner 87th st. SPLENDID BROWN STONE HOUSE, WEST OF THIRD O avontte; beautifully frescoed; elegant chandeliers; $W,0UU All kinds of property tor sale and to exchange. W. J. IIARPEE, SO Third avenue. *)!> AVENUE LOT. 8!W, 24.8X1*), FOR SALE ON ?l casv terms, or wll! make a liberal loan to n respon sible builder. O. FOUNTAIN, 183 East Sixty-second St. OI> AVENUE STORE PROPERTY. ?FOR SALE, rt above Pittr-ninth street, two four story 28 toot trout Homes, including corner; a prompt cash buver will get a bargain. F. CRAWFORD, 95:j. Third avenue, corner Fifty-seventh street. West it>ide< A BULKHEAD AND WATER RIGHT, WITH ON Fi lial! Slock. lOOxnl.tj, for sale or to lease for a term of years; running Irotn Thirteenth avenue to Weststn ct. E. I . <t It. T. Bl'RNHAM, oust Hudson street. A? FOR SALE, ON TWENTY-THIRD STREET, ? near Ninth avenue, a four story high stoop House, 2Sx65xlOO; price $2&,titW; immediate possession. H. R. DREW A CO., No. 3 West Twenty-third street, Filth Avenue Hotel. AT A BARGAIN?THREE STORY BROWN STONE House, Thirty-sixth street, near Broadway; In flue order; immediate possession. S. P.DDY A CO., No. 1 Park place. A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDER OR SPBCU. lator?Southwest corner of Eighth avenue and Forty-sixth street, 100.5x78 on avenue, and three tour story brown stone Houses, on street, on Astor's lease; must be sold this week, and will be sold reasonably; no cash required. WALDRON, 1,012 Third avenue. BnaiW LOTS?ON Fimr-MXTH street, WEST of Ninth avenue, tor sale or exchange for good city Mortgages; long credit. Address J. C. LEVI, No. 7 Wur pen street. For sale?elegant four story brown stone high stoop House in West I'nrty ninth street, 20x.'j0x 100, about SOU feet Iroin Filth avenue; Columbia College lease, 90 years to run; ground rent $320. Party wunting a bargain can apply to FOX BROTHERS, vvftjLIAM II. KAYNOR or TlloM'AS D. ROBINSON, 20 Nassaujitrcet. FOE SALE AT A SACRIFICE?TO AN IMMEDIATE buyer, an elegant lour story brown stone English basement Houw oli West Twenty second street, with tur nace, range, hot and cold water, bath, water closets, bells and tubes; house in good order; price $18,0011. JAMES R. EDWARDS, flit West Twenty-third street. FOR a 3 STORY BKICK HOUSE AND JplOj""""' L it, 21x80x100, in perfect order; 14 rooms; all mo.lcrn improvements. 421 West Twenty-eighth street, near Ninth avenue. BROOK LI \ PROPBB^Y FOR SALE A\D TO LET. JJKRALD BRANCH OFFICE?BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR TIIE NEW YORK HERALD KE( E1VED AT OCR BRANCH OFFICE, IN TIIE LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY FROM 3 TO 9 P. M. CARRIERS AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT WO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. A GREAT BARGAIN?MCCH LESS THAN ITS value; neat House, nine-rooms; bathroom; all Im provements; good neighborhood; Brooklyn; only small cash payment. BIOUS A SON, 2u6 Broadway. B A Rt i AIN.?FO It SAL K OR TO LET, THE ELlif g.mt brown stone House 174 Hedtord avenue, Wil liamsburg ; all improvements; immediate possession. SPOONKR 1 BAUER, 208 C.m.U street. IV) R SALE?A FIRST CLASS BROWN STONE HOUSE in every respect, built exclusively lor the owner; no expense spared ; conn and see' splendid location ; 300feet troui Flatbush avenue, near the main entrance to the Park; will tic sold cheap, as the owner isgolng in the country. Inquire ot JUIJN DONOVAN, 64 St. Marks ave nue, Brook ly n. IilOR SALE?A"HALF PLOT, IE QBE EN WOOD, ON Ocean Hill. For particulars apply to W. E. LAW RENCE, .Hit Bleeeker street, New \orfc. TOURNISIIED HOUSE TO LET-SITUATED ON X1 Dtane street, Brooklyn; hns all modern improve ments; rent low to a small tamily. Apply to A. P. VOORIIIs,442 West Thirty-tourth street, New York. TO LI T-V TWO STORY AND BASEMENT FRAME House on Washington, near Myrtle avenue, Brook lyn : also store, enrio rol Myrtle anil Clinton avenues; rent on very lavorablc term*, Hlnure ot S. F. BROWN, 400 Myrtle avi nue. TO LET?A FACTORY BUILDING, CORNER OP JAY and John streets. Brooklyn; will lie let low near Put ton and Catharine terries. TO LET OR FOE SALE-THREE BLOCKS FROM ferries to Tenth and twenty.third street, a three story frame Bouse, with improvements, in Milton afreet, Ore iinolnt; good locality. Apply at tit Third avenue, New York. T{r TOMPKINS PLACE, BROOKLYN, TO BE RENTED ? ) for one or Ave years; location among the beat in Brooklvn; house 3 story brick 24 teet Iront; in good order ; rent low. Apply to owner, N. W. HI KEK, No. 8 Pine street. * 1 1 A/l?easy terms, for one of foi r new ?jp'x.'j """' two story irame, basement and sub cellar Houses; nine rooms; water, gas, range and heater; cars to all the terries within 80U teet inquire on premises, Thirteenth street, between J iltli mid Sixth avenues, Brook lyn. $A 7fUl ?nineteenth ward, bro >klyn r. I'"'. Very cheap; three story brick Hons., nine rooms, with modern Improvements; terms to suit pur chasers. Apply to WM. O. SUMNER, 81 Uruiidviay, Brook lyn, Ei D. WE8TCHEMTEK KKM'V phopeut 1 ' FOR RALE A\'I> TO RENT. IT WESTCHESTER, WESTCHESTER COUNTY.? J\ For sale or to rent. Residence ot Abraham Hatfield, wllh modern improvements and in perfect order; sta bles, cnrrisge house, hennery. Ac., new ; \yt acres well stocked with Irutt, grapes, all kinds berries, An., within easy distance of steamboat or cars- 12 inties trom city llall. Apply on premises or of HATFIELD A CO., lit Front street. At tarrtown?on '.he river bank, five . minutes' walk trom the depot, to let. turntshed. a brick House; 12 rooms; two acres of ground laid out In lawn ; lilt my of fruit, r. EMBERSuN. 869 Sixth avenue. A FARM OF IM ACRES CHOICE LAND, NEAR DP, pot Harlem Railroad ; good buildings and Improve ments ; well located lor cutting Into villa Mtcs. REED A IIOYT, ;2:i Broadway. IjlOR SALE?HUMMOCK HOUSE?A FINK HOTEL 1 property at Rye lteaeh, on Long Island Sound, one mile trom Rye station, New Haven Railroad; good bath Baud Asmtfg. For particulars inquire or J. A J. HE It. .? ciilf street, or H. M WEBB, on the premises. F IOH SALE?IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, A TWO story Cottage, 12 rooms, all turnlshed ; a new carriage heme. I acre ot ground, fine garden, with choice fruit -of all kinds: stage from the door twice a day ; the furniture is worth SI 8<)0; price I or all 18,800; terms to suit. Apply to R. G. FARMER. corner Canul and Washington streets, tor three daya. WBSTPHESTKR OOfRTY IHIM-KHTY W)H HALB AND TO HKWT. For sale?price rjiai, ?to? ca*h. uajlanck to unit, a two story House, 8roonia; irasa*d water; 5 minutes from Central Morrissnia depot. Inquire ol owner, 10 Cortlandt street. ___ TJIURNISHED HOUSKN TO LET?AT l'KLII AM, P New Roche >te. Tarrytowa, Ac.; beuutilul locations; also Houses lor sale, COI.ES A RYDER, 1292 Broadway. HOTiiL TO LET AND FURNITURE FOR SALE ? The popular hotel, luiown as Elm Cottage, situated in Ford ha in, uear leroimi Park Race Track. l or parti cular* inquire on the premises of A. L. liAlil-K. MOUNT VERNON.?NICK HOUSES, with GAR ?lenn, for sale or to rent; near (lep?t; :?) minutes from Forty-second street. A. GRANT. rn.\ltin TOWN.?TO LET, A NJCE I'LAC R, TWO I acres; house 13 rooms; fruit Abundant; ttue river view ; carriHKe house. Ae.; rent K8U0. JOHN VVKBHEK, 113 Uraml street corner Bowery. T a key Town.?MB MUL A gentleman's rksi clenco, with outhouse*; several acres in lawn ; hentt fituHy loested, -with extensive river view; one ol the most desirable places urn the H?d*on. it. WARNoCK, W9 Broadway. rpo LET?TONK E RS, NEW HOUSE, WITH FRENCH 1 root and toww, 10 rooms; all modern improvements; three minutes Irotn boat, tivc minutes Irom ears; one of the best locations in town. Rent uioderac fogood parties. Apply to JAMKS L. FITCH. near Uett.v House. Youkers, or OTIS BfcOtJ. A CO., 348 Sroadway, Nfw York. rpo RENT OR FOR SALK-AT YoNKERS, Ft; l.LY 1 furnished, lor three or four months from June 1, to a fmnll family, a House on Palisade avenue (with ene acre of trrorund), containing eiplit rooms; excellent spring watrr, gas, Ac.; pinz. a oneouth and west; full vtuw ol the Hudson as tar as Staten Island. Apply at Observer office, S7 Park row. TO RENT?FOR THE SUMMER, AT TARRYTOWN. A flrst elaw furnished Cottage, con.lainlttx ciiiht rooms; commanding a floe view ol' the river; beautiful location, Ae. Address J. K. A., North Tarry town, N. Y. _ WESTCHESTER COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE-NKE Place, 2t) acr< s, near depot, $3,000; JH Acres, Rood haorovemcnts, $4,tKJU; lot) Acres, kooiI dairy isrtn, $il);(MJ0; extra fine Place, Ilk) acres. $2i,(Ut); lit) of iters, lrom to $?>,(I00. 8. IRELAND, m Hroirt wa.y_ YONKER-*.?TO RENT, A HANDSOME NKW HOUSE within twelve minutes' walk of depot; only $40.) to a desirable tenant Address box 129 ttation A, New York. d?Q nnn ?a bargain at tarrytown-on-tiie ww.UvUi Hudson.?A line law double House, 15 Kooms, with all improvements; In a good location ; Ave minutes from depot. REE1) A HoYT, 22!) Broadway. JERSEY CITY, nOBOKEN, IIVDNON CITY AND BERti EN REAI j ESTATE. To Let or Lease. TO LET?ON BERGEN AVENUE, CLOSE BY l?UN cau. three fir.tt class brick Houses; nil improve ments; one block troui the horse cars; good view troui tlieui that cannot be slijit off; possession uny time a tenant Is found. Inquire ol tho owner, JOHN liEiLLY, West Side avenue, loot of Bullniount, Jersey City. rpo LET?AN ELEGANT STORE IN PAVOMA AVE. J nut, situated on one of the bo 4 corners In Jersey City; cars passing by it from all directions; ai<o Floors to let for genteel families, inquire uf 177 I'uvoma avenue. rpo LET?IN HOBO KEN, 10!> WASHINGTON STBEI'.T, 1 six Rooms; modern improvements-. inquire next door, 111 the shoe store. KO" Lot?, tor >-ale ; ctJli11" o l.(1 hiVe tor the erection of poslte JackyonI Jr^; K ,ll iry, grounds; will sell very E^STow fl^ffisauo*.. nil I V I.M!KN1H11 !?:!> OR FN FC ItNlSIIF.I) HOCHE, A U^ooms. to let! at Craned, K.'l! ITt. Ari^MA>V?i"Sru;i^/Ar.?., New York. A nTT u!'a" ul?1 i- i ii ?.o? 9'? N?wark strett. completed lust ran anu rooted House, 2- sewara su-Lt h ? nth. lluK<. yard, James street, Jtewark^N. J. ? r7?nv VII \, FURNISHED HOTOB TO LET-TO A P m t ly""ve'rv^iiiodcrn'?ui prove tuun"; wx'ac rea (>t^iwde" ; jj?^"Jc^ York ;"l3'trains 'dally ?enieiu; near three depots to Sew ift?lllre tor each way ; distance ^ ilV^ W!TT BKO. A CO., W John full nurticulars oi O. wy1 DftUi ?* 1 street. Possession immediately* ? ? T pnTTAflP F()K sale OB kent?ON SOUTH BAY ; W. G., Herald Uptown Branch otflce. A'^n^ for^a^m* r* ye!^ w'?/lbr "three*" yen?; beautiful placc^; overlooking*?,???& 8tat|on.Conn. _ Aisisss-s fnu.ur,> Softtn, Houses. ^VV-iMM^soNrWl Hrou.lw-av. ? N ATTRACTIVE HOUSE, FOR SMALL FAMILY Seeds tor all fcfrtes. ?UB Broadway. . i nnr/iitthV STATEN ISLAND, ON RICH a*?S &SSF^wrsK I hoU??Ve\ut'w."onlh.' W. A. COLLINS, 2s fine street. ' "TVni-w Brighton, 8TATEN IBLANi'-rssf'K ^ passed locations, Houses. nllmtl^'lor ?^to $2,?J0 year; .urni^ed ftW P. SUlliUHT. w' "? ? . T pARNFOBD. N. J.?FOB 8ALE OK TO LET, A Kniiroad or New Jersey, uiue r ^ ^ ^ Btii'i rent tWfttfWi - * j i;luatiwav. a ariiUPU RVSIDKNCES TO LET, l'I It A wished or unturiilshed, at all the. principal watering placesand BwaiMr^ejortfc^^ & co., 1.2M Broadway. 1,'2&2 Fourth avenue, near Eighty-second strec . ? 7 M KIMKICENT littlk FARM OF .VI ACRES. WITH Lvzxn?" wsnar* tletli street. __ ? 1 PRIM FF ARM OF 57 ACRES FOR SALE VERY 1'ei wru??n;:^iaI^^n,,^. Trom "vT!^ l&BESggWg 1M1 nrU-e'ViiVv 'term*! ?A?? casta balance cany: take at Miller's Hotel, opposite Mutlon, tor O. L. WALh.tR, carriage waiting. tw return ?ine day A" -r TUP si \ pi UK A NEW GOTHIC COTTAGE TO l i it Far Koekawav, L. I., near two depots ?dtno beacMppty &K*! HEALY, 15 Nassau street, room*. k i vKM OF 125 ACBEB OP EXCELLENT LAN1>. IN A New Jersey: several Farms in New York BUte and Lands In Iowa ^ Th?nl avenue._ VAPTIFL'L SHORE FRONT RESIDENCE FOR *?i<Tll rooms; modern Improvement*; over ono acre ffruit; shade" near depot; Uveclrtulur. Rlre'rslde station, Conn. _ C"orNv.Kar ifpSfscItoh ruin^T'orS.m"%oi? ^'cN-^^Tiio^at'^mke^'siug^^lwV'Mou^KlXo, Mou^ ?cwral with water ^ IRELAND, ?i\ Broadway. yearly. !?? ? 7,,.oVy""cottaoe. Sine rooms, six lots, < ar C rlM' "<>??- ? "-><'<?'"?? '.!T uun^"?S tSS: Dn(iH im WHaRVES, NEWARK, K. J.. 'BONT ' i>,,s~nic River (Morris Canal rearl, for malt lw? tHcuirles, mills, lumber or coal dopota. Apply uI'ijKOKOE W. llOJER, 97 I'uane street, Mew York. _ iiIKitHLK TOWN SITE?85 ACRES, AT CRASKORD, 17 tulles on the New Jersey Central Railroad, near ^il,.i.?ii>lotted and graded; Milted tor ass.K-laiio o^ SSrch^Werk.; commutation ^"chiSUS ;l:rV^e0u;tr^ToP^?Vpp.-; toTwnor. ? Broad ??y, room ltf. ? ?isM-rnnv rrTll HAl.K 16 MILES FROM CITY HALI., TO horne water power, *team |>ower; heavy building#; ar '""J/fIsI'ikK SaWrTHWAITE. 10 Fine .treat. l'\l:MJ FOR SALE?NEAR NANI'FT ANII ^I'I'.IMi r Valley, Rockland county?11 Acres, gixid^Imprtjve ment*, :t."> Acre*.good hulldlngs, truit?, *c., ffcOUO, a- Ai re* KtuCk crup", Ac., $9,DUO; 120 Acres, line dairy Farm $W,n00; aL>>K-r<-at variety In Orange, weaUJiwater ana iluKUes. counties; w?y._ IMNE FARM ?tin AfKK?; UOi?l> III!ifKINoS? SIX r acres in cranbcrrlcs; nil in Une order ; 23n hours ,rom New York; >5,IrUO; ta A. rnoit SALE?ONE OF THE FINEST COCNTRY HOMES r on the banks ot the Hudson, near Tlvoll, N. Y.; the river and Catsklll Mountain views trom this place are tineiiuallcd ; ?U aeres ol improved Land, rpon whlch are native woix r, a mansion house (new) ot stone and liriek, with French roof, WaflO; also large Cottage, II rooms; roach house and staldes. barns, sheds, ma! hlne and car mSrVhiins' Ice house, filed; all new, newly t>aintud mmIi In nertcci order; new private dock; S,t*i|) iruft trees . . ?rfiw aile; property well nnderdralned; fine wells wate^l^fever and ague here; eight or ten trains ?!i lv! Hiiv churchCM and schools m ar: Htoch and ^ie^,;?.WU AO^orpermlte. 4c..,o M. J. w(K)LlBT, room lUt No. 07i nw etreex. t^OR BALE-VERY LOW FOR .CASH, SO CITY I.ors ,t "' Kl"?bU,1^>^nj'Jo(iMis'V c!).?*i,M?fro?l' a 1^*-v, r is large and commodious and In been reflltrd nn<l painted Inside and a tensive aud location unsurpassed; will be oa?^ witn a portion or the whole ol srounds Rttmched,^or with cot Sak'es lor servants It desired ?w?i ttalns dally to and from New York. Address HENBY 1>. CONE, fitockbridge, Mas>? ? 1VJR RENT?ON TUB 8KA SHORE, AT ELTINU f ville, Staten Island, 1'* hours trom city, a modern Cottage, six rootas, partly turnished, with seven acres ot Orouml, liandsoinofv Improved; good stable; beau til ui location; Kootl luluhborhood ; unsurpassed view lower bav. Neversink IliKhlands and Sandy Hook; cLureli and schools near; rent $4i?; Episeouallsn family preferred. Apply to C. K. KOHINB, Home Insurance Company, lw Broa'dwayi corner Cedar street. New York. ACRE, HOUSE, term*. Inquire York. fKOi'ERTY Ul'T Of TIIIC C1TT FOR NA^K OK TO KENT. J|MefOKY AND RESIDENT PJLOl'E R'llES >'UK a A 1.1., 1'alersou, N. J., one hour frem New York. Canal. lour railroad*. 100 (ally trains. Steady, powerful water powers, Cheap coal. Low ireiglita by main line*. Skill,*! labor. MoiJorRto tiKOH J- KlSHKit s AT'l'MRTIl W aIyE, 10 Pine ?tr?et F1"?. "?.!,'{-,1RKr':N.yri<5K- r,,NN., FOR SI MM' It uect VZr ItJi i' * i ""*' commanding u Hue proi ciint'iinn !!ii HI ? ?n<1 country; one mile Iroui depot; neeesuarv room; twelve good h\x d lmrmfsi. t lrn i.M .. ' I" K'OUnda suitable lor above ItKp&oi i!L ,^ r/n!d- Address WILLIAM II. ^ box 62 Ureeiiwicb. Conn. "E^OR SALE?ULSTER COUNTY NFW lORK A able loi "tht'n!'n,J*,y*'?'d 1111 k?"ds <?' timber, will railroads iil'iir i,v wfiVVlre S! f??d*nware, with tliree Herald olice. y' *oW b-v ?<^iremi?u J.W., F??'i..fAfc^rr?i oosls,f ?ummer cottage and street five miM.f^MC??i?uer Pf'uatuu avenue and First ImJLmLPSN! st*"ul> branch Kail ?fcfiuiloH.l. anSSif J 'JlitfV "rleksbuig, N. J. Price 0ta V- ****** W Waging iST pA8SAIC. N. J.?MONEY F?"1 ^^lciice with every over pply <one w*cke*i\y|lr4ee ?"*?*** <"?? ?J??E. JQMNaON, Jr., J'ark How. F?LW<Kr" L1NDENVN. J..ONE SffiAS1' W '-r.u-.ed complete; a great CompX.B^^f' F1TU1A1H. Combined Power bl' "0ld t?"etUA*n?t^iS.,,riu0 770Broada tree I, Newark, N.J. F?'V^I'R,AT R(,^,K,', R?ON CENTRAL RAILROAD " Y .c1r,g<>v' *' minutes from New York, a French "i!"?'?' V' roo,"H? wil." ?" ,n"d'rn Improvements; mi '*5j 1? ornamental trees noelv started; lot 7-x ^oa Artdresss. A. BRISTOL, box 3.KU New York l ost PlSPrtreet MELLICK, Jr., A RKO., No. 0 T^OR SALE CHEAP-EASY TERMS. OH EXCHANGE, llri" 0' **} acres, within 25 miles of city ; also other luruis. U. IRANRLIN C.LAUK, Liberty sir et ft10!? . i8'4.1'? OR TO LET ?SUPERIOR PltlVATE ii ,,! . ?t 'Sunu""a i "roadway, near Ocingresa Spring; , ,r?V,I'M '? fen"" easy; long credit on sale. AddrobsJ. 0. LK^f, No. 7 Warren street. ?????. v. WOH SALE OR TO LET?ON EASY TKRMS.THE <?i i "evidence of Oliver Lame, deceased, si mated at Old VVestbury, near the line ol the t.onx Istund Railroad; near the depot; good substantial bouse, In excellent or der, containing eight rooms and collar; barn, carri.iire house, fruit trees and larm c^ntainln^ at'out lil acres good land under high state ol cultivation. J'or lurtlmr particulars inquire ol EDMUND POt 'l', Old Weatburv L ecutow' TiTOH, No. 7 James slip, New York?^ p^OR SALE OR TO LET?AT BRUCh'S BAY, STATION I Island, a dellghtlul and healthy Residence, with 70 acres ol land; ground tasteiullv arranged and Nhaded; trues and evergreens: an excellent garden, with unit; ^^e two stones iugli, with upper and lower piazzas, wiiT. It kitchen attached, conuiiniug IS rooms, JT.iio h I, Vi' va,er ul tho door' l,arn. car riage house, a tables, extensive cow shed, with lolts \nncv hr"}?y, corn crib, ice home, bathingand ntli!?V.'n! bu'li,Hugs all In gomi order; hotud dc I fi.? f" ie d, a bo ut ?Ju feet Iroiu the beach, with excellent boating, balblug and llshing; .-li.table lor |1lant i V '".r v,!?1eb ,0 "r unload ; a delight La i r,!kl<u'nct! ? gentleman of lei.suro w.'/' h ' '"lvl"rll;.ll"<1 Purposes, with excellent com munications to New \ork city. being a short distance Ha'n'i>khiI5lft" . Kttllr"?(1 Apply to T. o. Tun Uroudway, room (5, or W. T. ELLIOT POR BALE OR TO LET-HAltTLY FURNISHED, A J--1 ,erv 1 '?*'? "tOrauge Valley, three acres iu garden, grass lawn, Ac. COUDERT flliO'l ll MRS. *9 Wall atreet, New York. L'.OR(8ALE OR RENT?A HANDSOME COUNTItY J heal ou the Hudson River, four miles south ol I'eeks kill, one mile Iroin Montrose Station, 30 Acres, with line lawns Iteaiitilnliy shaded with choice oMiainent'tl and ^ ??*: nc*r'y one mile of entrance drive; the., l", placi' porscctly drained; one-hall mile ot un ,w! wu iront; the railroad running one mile back ot the noini; tine lurnlshed house with turnace and Iwt aud cold water; large grapery with the choicest va rieties; stable, ico house, rustic summer houses Ac. ? price asked $4i',000, or rent, furnished $1.2)1! n,r season' streettfr"l> huen at "OMt)R MokuAN'S, No. 2 Piuo p?R SALE OR RENT-ONE OF TIIE FINEST LO ' ?c"|,e(1 '?esi.lences on Orange Mountain; elegant man sion..IS rooms, with*11 modern improvements, line sta ble. 12 acres ol land, well shaded, completely lurniahed ? would exchange lor improved City Property. 8. IRELAND. i!01 li roadway. tMtyiT TRUCK AND PEACH FARMS. TIMBER .^.11. . iuU"',railr?ads and navigaUon; three proposed a .. canal. Ac,; buriraiuM to biieculaLnrx Address .I. T. RUDH, MiddletoWll, iH*. ?P'CIUaiOM. VorifTEKN AfllKS OF TOWN PKOI'KKTY HHl r sale?At Crantord, ftt) minutes Itom New York, on the New Jersey Central Railroad, three minntcs from t o depot, containing about litlu building lots; this valual o property is offered at a price that w ill insure a ouick sale ? !?' Llfc.ttTrtroe'lf>IJr t0 A" V' U<JPK o" ^ToffilS,u; HUT.RL.,IT0 ,''ET or LEASE?THE FORT LEE 1 avillnn, situated at Fort lxie, N. J Inouire of uaptaln OEO, W. ANNETT. inquire or VfORRISTOWN.?TO RENT FOR SUM MER, FCR ?!HdIlnrK0 M,.n"lon' 18 rooms; ino.lern Improvc Aitdr?iL^ cMhin'?fden, stables, us.) of cow and horse. AilJress t/ONDILI, box 15 Morristown t.N. J.) i'o^t office. XTEAR LoNO BRANCH.?FOR SALE, A COUNTRY acres J"- "tore of high ground; beautiful sloping lawn to runiiiiig stream, with abundance ot lull l^R*32 Broadway* Ap,)lv lo ow,H,,'> EDW. C. FIED QU1''^t TRANSIT ON NEW JERSEY CENTRAL It AIL .J. i' - ' Ni.rw \?Tk Roselle.?Will sell or rent i ntibp, a large lrench root ilouso; 13 rooms; modern DILTS fio?se!ie f I'Orticulurs itii|uire of W. W. SA?2lI|Sln T?3!'0?? KI,),R A COUNTRY skat"WORTH h: . nt-ttr McCornb's I>a?n lirltlKo; five miuutcH Ironi Mclrcisi1 (lt?pnt. ;?.h Hroudway, ?ocon<1 floor. ST-t?/,7.!Ki!"""I!-,:Ail t.!h l oqiuoi to . ? .? Stiimiord; l.t renins, nil iu-flood order en ninhed or unfurnislK d; range, heater iraa Ac ? hand, fome Hhade ami pleasure grove, tfnrden, on' the bank of river; rowiuu and fishintf. For photograph and narticu larg apply at38ft Canal streeUrom 10 Till ?o'cloct Tt 1 A,,|T.\I ^Ts AN'> OTIIKltS.?FOB hale, in i. pints to suit, 1 hour Ironi New York, 600 ti> 1 OUU nprnn <>i beautilul Hill l<und, on Lon^ Island a' tlrst water stAtimi oRt?fnfirt ofi" rou,t< ; ",r, L' r#"lroads, nuw^statioif poSt offli e and telegraph ; possesfies line hotel and villa sites Ttlli "I,?'"'?? ^ 'liis effected remarkable cures ot kidney, liver and bladder diseases; excc le t ".il rpOLET-POR BOARD I NO HOUSE OR SCHOOL, FUR -I nlshed or ltniuruished, large House ultd OrotiiuN finely located, near lerry Vanderhllt Landing, S. I. OKDKt.K t.Iihl.N FltLD, :*> Broadway. TO LET?AT < i Alt !>!?; \ I' JTY. HEMPSTEAD I I several FIRST CI.ASS llt.USEsf 36 trains per dav' Uine,'one"l!onr! ''aUK ulul SouUl Sld? roads'; . J'"rtlculars Innnlre of AI.FX T ?!Tf.WAnnj 3 P. M. Broad"li1, tt"(l ch*Inborastroot, between 13 and rI10 LKT?NKJM OOTTAOK ST A HI W Tf1 IT llnrron ^1?"rLy"jtu WRrARK' A S, IT OF peasant Yor'k."ble ?*rty A'"1"^ M.'i'.f P0,..^! HTIvNISnED OR rMTRVIHIIPD "ttir er rc?ort "llnc^t'liovT'in't'lu-'nl' : l,i' ??"" T&HUh2,& f J-, ?NLT SIX MINUTES' eight rooms; dry cellarl ga." >Tith Rent SS00 per'annum * Appl^ to Mr R SmIt^n'o?"; Fourth avenue, New York. SMITH, No. 4 ^'LKT-AT NORW.m.D V .1 . o\ Till- NORTHERN a. ?sana 'wS1"'""1'"?? TO LK I ? A PL F.A8ANT COL'NTKY REsfnpvpv containing thittecn rooms, MiiblV? atti.-hwi. #hr - acres ot ground In lawn, garden and iniit. P? e mile above High Bridge, between Kini1^2? I! Tenth avenue; rent low, E lV LUDI (?wTco'U rpo LEf-AT BERtiKN I'liiNI \ j A til-'N'T I 5" 1 man s Residence ; modern ? toll* i t}|-NT1'E liandsome grounds, line xcg. iaide r?oni?: choice liuit Address Is.x .1,107 New YorkroHt office?? T". LEI?ON LONO ISLAND So" MINUTES' OKI VP A front lerrles, elegant twe it?F> i'Ki?K and ice houses, tlirec acre, fifty irno fp of 5" ' ?c,rr'm*? In perfect order; period I v he aftl ?-IU,a8??af2I^*?i owner, M. C11AMBERLA1S til w^i f , Apply to New Vork. 1111 " est forty-?econa streot, fpO LET AT NYACK?A SM^tl,L FURMVflilKn notTflR* 1 In central, pleasant hiuI l.Vafth v ^ erate. Apjuly to s rtl.., l w, M,v ,?h,,h'stTecV ' T'VhwwalMiry'R.ver:n. ,r V-n' liVuVl/ZV'" not? w ^rasrMcuto01 '< TO REM' A COUNTRY RliSI I)| '\(?g wi^.n Wof afe aV.hcr'^E"ra^^^r T?Hon^r'wli,field '? V }T^SEH8ION, A Nltlfc niKf.it. HEshk a CO., No. ft Pine Utreot I. re:r T? wtthTTmmrdhste'' n~T'' A "1:s'RABLE TENANT, suburban reside,. e % fl^Trtht', j!'" {"<*t <^ir?ble where comfort iut<i imaiti, Mfhborhood of Now Vork, nrosi acr the hr mL r.fit1!,ifre, ?or?t)ined with a lovely order; tour acres nTawn t1* 12 <?> 0?Woct * * WMnMXuM PROPERTY (N'T OK THE CITY FOR in MB (?!l TO RKRT. rp? ..?KNT-,A ?JtAl'TIKI'L country MAT AT I King-dii-ldge: short walk Irom station; all city conveniences.; pat tern' lodges, stable and ."0 acres of Innu. oodhn A 1'L.AKK, Broad ? ny, rorner of Seventeenth ?t KKAL Ks'UIK T? UXi'UANOE. i DITTCHI-HS OR OHANOK COUNTY FARM WAN ted?tor a Ih-hiiiHuI hMWfl atone House In Harieui, lightly uiortMNfed. '. ' If a, with lull particulars, CaTO, Post ottiee, Harieui. A KM ST CLASS NEW kith STORY DOI'ttLE A lii'ieb More and TeiieuiMit, oil First avenue, 25x03*'*), paying leu per oent. lor oilier properly of lust* vuLjp In Brooklyn or near city, with mtiw cash. TII'iM \S (. li'lJER, 938 Third avenue I.1UK 8A1JC-OR VMM. J'.XCHANIIE FOR OTHKR r property, a Country "*cat and Farm, located on the <lu>rc of a beantiiul lake, on the lin<* of the Adirondack Railroad ; pure air: guoil water; sienery very heanliUM, ottering everv advantage either lor a private residence or n hotel, which Is much wanted lor hummer hoarder^-, title itidhputuMc. For un tie r information addreaa Mr*. HA K All T. Kl NKhl.l., iH> Fourth street, Troy, N. Y^ XiVlR HAI.K, KXCH \NOE \ND TO I.KT? FARMS AM) .F Residences, lurninhed and milurniahcd, in all parts ot New Jersey, oue hour'" time from citv. E. M. MAS<?.\, No. I Chambera street HAVE YOU ANY (IOOD TF.NKMKNf HOUSES YOU wish to exchange fur unencumbered Property TC. C. WAYI.AM) A AY .VIA It, ltW Fulton street, New York. Notice to property owners.?pour nkw French roof iranie Building*-, boundod by three streets (with two corner mores), Kit Mated on Union Hill, N. .1., to nell or exchange ?Uiainat city property. Apply lo it. hRL'riCK, 98 South Fifth avenue, New Verk oity. 'IIO EXCHANGE?1TWO THREE STORY and BASE 1 ment Houses unci LoU i one ha* a two ator.v brick staulo on front of lot in Kant I'Hty-third street; water and gas throughout. Will exchange above lor a good House in New Jersey, aliout one hour's ride trout Chambers street ferry; a small amount of cash ronuircd. Princi pals only dealt with. Apply to W. S. OUERINEAU, 1U6 avenue C, corner Seventh street. rilO EXCHANGE?$100,000 CASH AND $800.0(10 WEST 1 cm Lands to exchange tor City Improved or Unim proved Property; will take property where the mort gages are due and cannot lie ex ten led. Apply to JESSE B. CAKMAN t BRO., V- and 74 Cedar atroet. TO BXOOAJnM POB t'lTY PROPERTY?A KINE Cottage at Long Branch; Merchandise for Real Estate; Merchant 'tailors' Stock and Fixtures. S T. POMKKOY, 248 Broadway. Iio BXOHANOB?POft BUSINESS PROPERTY, OR good Tenement lightly tuortimgod, first class tour story high stoop brown stone Dwelling. Twenty-eighth street, between Broadway and Sixth avenue, paving about 10 per cent. TIloMAS H. HOJER, 936 Third av. 2 IIOUSKS. CENTRAL l.oCATION BROOKLYN, POR Farm, not over toriv miles tVom New York, worth $7,000 lo $h,o:i?; nee and clear if possible. Apply to owner, C7 William street, room :il, New York. HOV8KH, KOUMW, At('., WAVrEi). Ii? (his C'lty ?i?ct Brooklyn. A NL^"^^urmer?n,o,UhIw Kd a mkuS bSk; SMK? ?srwrn street, corner Eighth avcuue. ________

* |.-AMII,Y LKAVINO HOME THIS Sl'MMRRCAK .A. Uhvc their homo well carod for by addressing ?? ilornUl oflfUu?^ ? ~k FURNISHED ROOM WANTED?IN A BWJI A with n small lainllv, by ? tfentlon^" with tiuiet habits. Aildrn-g ROOM. box HerJd office. ~1 family OK THREE ADOLT8 (AMERICANS) A would like the charge ?t? h?u^ during thoownora Delancey street, comer ofChrystie. > N AMERICAN FAMILY WANT A SECOND FLOOR A or not more than lour room?.lnftKo^nel?hbor hood, below Twentieth street, west ol BT m iv &T?S,h;S??rSSfiS&t"rnVU Moore street. 1*/ANTED?A SMALL HOU.-Uj; LOCATION lOO'rH IO VV 125th street. Address, staling rent, Au, J. B., box 4,2d3 New York Post office^ WANTED-AN UNFURNISHED FOUR STORY ? A.fSW"" "*"91, and 1,2(50 Broadway, corner Thlrly-second rtreet. ANTED-DESK room or part ok an ofkicr between Chambers and,v'iy Kni{i?i? Aaunt River Broadway. Address M. L. UUNISSBURO, Agent tti>er bide Park Lota. 29i> Broadway. ? WANTFI) BY A COLOKED COACHMAN AND wile, two Rooms at moderate Nos" tv-iourtb and Fortieth streets. 1 lease addiess II. 1., Nos. 8 and 10 East Thirty-IIrat street WANTED-BY A OENTLEMAN. a suit or one larue Ronin furnished, without board, second or third floor? be twee n F11 th ana Seventh avenue* Tenth and Twentieth streets. Address, Riving lcKiaUon, partic ulars and terms (which must be moderate), LIVlNOolOS, Herald office. T*TANTED?BY A SMALL AMERICAN FAMILY, AN \V unlurnlshed I'arlor Floor and Bawimont, or Hecond Kloor with all housekeeping conveniences, ^tween Kourteenth and Sixtieth "reeta; wri.w,.'row *>'?W per month. Address l>. L. Z., Horald otneo. WANTED?llY A (IENTLKMAN, A LAROK, WF.LL turniahed Room or Parlor and Bedroom, south ol Fourteenth street, between Broadway and Sixth avenue. Address, with term* and particulars, W. S. G.. Herald Uptown Blanch ortlce. In the country. TTANTED-A SMALL. NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE V\ in tho country, not more than one hour lroin New Yurk hv 1 mat or raif (boat pre terred), with everything necessary lor hou.eke^ing/ Address wlth terms, wlacFi must be moderate, B. 11. M., Herald ortlce. ^tKJflTUKK. TtTbEWDALiTs OLD STAND -FURNITURE, CAR A l>et* and Bedding, cheap tor <^h or by weekly aud monthly 211 Hudson ?treat, corner Caniil. A PARLOR AND SOKA BED?THE LARGEST A VHrlotv of any houso in the city; l'ayne s patents. Depot 10 Bleecker street. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS. FURNI tnrc aud Bedding at lowest cash prices, by weekly instalments! at o I AHRKLL'S warehouse, 410 Eighth avc nut', botyMD Thirtieth iiid I lwri> -thMt streets. 4 NOTIC ft.?l'Rl VA I' E FAMILY WI LI- BELL THE W j\ entire eicuant Household furniture, coiulstliiK o' Parlor Library, Chamber, Dining and Kitchen Furni ture ? magnificent double round 7V4 octavo Flanotorte, one erand miuare 7 ociave; Carpets, Bedding. 1 alntinffs, Mrf.n? oKatni DtX Ac.; a saerifico. Can be seen trotn 9 A. M. till 9 P-M., at private residence, 210 Woat 21st at, near 7th avenue. RARE CHANCE FOR HOUSEKEEPER ? -MAO >\ inticent Household Furniture lor sale at a sacrifice, iin>rcriv of family leaving oity ; two superb Sulis Draw tntf Room Kurniture, Mario Antoinette style; cohered mik brocade Tete-a-tete, Solas, Ann Chairs, cost$H00, lor i!(?0 do $I?I, do. ?4S; Velvet Medallion Carets, rose wood walnut Chamber Furniture, style Lculs XIV.; Hair Snrintf Mattresses, Secretaire, Bookcase, Marqueterie, Boli de Rose Cabinets. Table#, magnificent square grand 1 ianolorte Mirror*. l'alnUngs, Stftuary, Bronzes, works if art, Kxtenslon Khle, Sid bobrd. flla^swar#, Biliver ware Cutlery, Linen, Ac., hall original cost. 3fl Wost Fllteeuth street, near Klttb avenue. k FAMILY DESIRE TO DISPOSE OF ELEGANT A Furniture ot French flat; been used 11 mouths; c.ist 9,2 '1HJ will sell for *1.200; consist** ol 1 arlor SulU satin bn^aud; Bedrooin Suit, In lancv reps, with ir nch OreMhinir Bureau, inarli.e top; Extension Table, Bullet, marble ?op: six Dining ro,,m Chairs llall Furni ture Mirrors, hair Mattresses, Pll ows, Bolsters-all black walnut, made by Mchwariwaelder. Also China, olavt. Kitchen Ware; Curtains. Brussels Carpets in ex eeilent order CalLThursday and Friday at l,2Cl Broad w"y between Thlrty-ilrst aud Thirty-second streets, alter 12. ? A._A l>iirKTini thia <laV, for cash.?Private famjly leav lnir for Europe will >ell all their Household f urniture, In }ofc to suit?Superb blue satln^ inlaid 1snd gi ded irames. Parlor Suits, cost $700, tor $*10; one tor cost ?4(W, braentel SBt, $li5; rep Suit-,1/ pieces, $?0; velvet, and Brussels and ingrain Carpet : 14 Bedroom Suits, $40 up wards; brilliant toned 7* octave rosewood cost (<>?. lor $300; hair and spring Beds and Bedding, Fxt?nsi< n Table, Buffet, Chairs, Mirrors, Chandelier* Hroii7 '- fill Paintings, Easy Chairs, Lounjes, Basement an I Kltebeii Furniture, In lots, loss than hall C0Jt- 1 n'J tills day, private huusc 12l> Wost 23d st.. between 6th and 7th avs. A T A GREAT SACRIFICE FOR CASH.?MAGNIFI /V cent Grande Dnchesse stylo Parlor Smt, :In ric t French s itin brocatel, nearly new. cost $650, tor JiSO, one do , Mario Antoinette style, $160; brocatel and rop Suits *Vft. $?a and $W: Paintings, elegant double round 7V. octave patent agraffe rosewood Pianolorje, cost $930, for $300- Stool. Cover, Cabinet; Curtaiiis, Mirrors, t ar net-s, rosewood and walnut Chamber Hu ts, Mattresses, HMiiiliini Mirrors. Buffet. ExU-nsion Tuiile, at any rea sonable 'offer; property of family leaving city. Resi deuce 104 hast Twunty-flith street, between Fourth aud Lexington avenues tIARPBTS, ? 1A / Furniture, ? Reds, Bedding, Ac. Payments taken by the week or m ?uih. Terms easy. KELLY .1 CO., corner of Twenty-fifth street and sixth svenne ONTHLY OR WEEKLY PAYMEMTS.-CARI'ETS, Furniinrc. Bedding. Ac. ' DEALY A CUNNINGHAM. Ml and Third avenni-.near Twenty-emhth street. Prices lower than any other house 111 the cliv. PRIVATE PARTIES DESIK1NG TO DTSPOSR OK tlieir Fimmure can meet with a cash purchaser l>/ addresiug ?. H. F.. box v< 1 Post office. im'EEKl.Y ANI) MONTHLY PAYMENTS KOR Kt'R W niture, Carpet* and Bedding, at B. M. t'OWPEIt THWAIT A uo.'S, IM and 137 Chatham street. An Immense stock and low prloes. Wanted?carpet or black silk in ex change tor Jewelry. Address P. A. II., Morrlsanla Post office. ___ _ Wanted .-office fi-unitcke, for lawyer's office. Address, stating price and particulars, CASH, box 4,003 Post olllce. j OTERO REFRIGERATOR, WITH WATER ANlJ BI'T fi tor Cooler; l>eht In the world. ALEX. M. LESLEY, *24 West Twenty third street. Send lor book. Relrlger ators repaired. Buy the Zero, Zero, Zero. A*TliObOOT? . T^MME.'TkLLKY, the GREATEST LIVING AS A. trologlst and clairvoyant, 8# Hudson street, corner Harrison. ? k TE*>T - MRS VANSISK, BUSINESS AND MEDL A cal Clairvoyant, Spiritualist, tells name, day of marriage, brings together thoso long separated, gives ? positive Information on all affairs of llle. No satlslac Uonnopav. 4JI Second avenue, corner ihlrty tourtbst. MISS WELLINGTON, CLAIRVOYANT, TEIXS everything; lucky numbers; has ?1 positive cure for drunkenness. Call or write to 4lJKast Twenty-eighth st. PROFESSOR LISTER IS HIE ONLY ASTROLOGER in New York. Send stamp lor circular. S2? Sixth avenue, uear Twcnty-Srst street. KITHUnSAI STEA^HIPI. Anchor linb. _ Steamers ?tl Irom pier 20 North River. New iork, KVrliY WBDN1 hday AND SATURDAY. AUSTRALIA...Sat., May 3 ASSYRIA... Wed. May 21 ISMAIUA....Wed., May 7 BI'RoPa Sal., Ma.v 21 VICTORIA Hut., May 10 TKINAclA....We<f., May at CASTALIA.. ..Wed., May 14 CALIFORNIA.. a!.. Mav SI ANGLIA sat.. May 17 OLYMPI A Wed., Juno 4 The passenger accommodation* on steamers of this line are unsurpassed lor eleganc- anil comtort. Cabin state looiusarr all on upper deck, thus securiug good light and ventilation. RATES OF PASSAGE. TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamer*. Wtidniwday steamers. Gold. CvmKT. Cabin* $75 nud $<iS $75 uud ?ii6 Cabin return tickets, secur ing best accommodations.. $13J #130 6TKERAQE, $:?> OU t'ENCY. Ticket* for pa-sage to or trora any sea ort or railway station In Ureal Driiuin, Ireland or be Con Utent issued ut lowestrules. DRAFTS FOB ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES. Company's offices, No. 7 llowiing Green, New Vork. ? . . ..... Hi NDKRSON BR >TI1MI ?, Ak uts. Just published. uTlie Trip lo Europe," a dim :tuuiie of iuloriiuuiou lor ocean traveller,; can be ha I live of charge oil application. NLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. WHITE STAR LINK. FOR yi EENSTOWN AND Ll Vr.Ri'QOL. Cars vino the united siati.s mail. Now and uili-pow-.-rud Ke*in>.liip.s. Sailing Irom New York on Saturdays, Ir.mi Liverpool on Thursdays, culling at Cork liar bur each wuv CELTIC Saturday, Mav 3, at so3u A. M. OCEANIC Saturday, May 10, at 3 P. M. ADRIATIC .Mi.y 24. ai 3 P. M. BALTIC Saturday. May 81. at sji A. M. ?From the White Star dock, Pavonia terrv, Jersey Citv. Pussenger accommodation)* lor all cla*ue* unrivalled, combining nalety, tt;>ccd and com<ort Saloons staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms In midship section, where least motion Is tolt c urguons and stewardess accompany the steamer. Rate*?Saloou. $10 gold . Weerige, $T) In currency. Those wishing to send lor friend-' in the old country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates. $'1-'currency. Fashengers bookeil to or Irom all parts oi America to Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac. Drafts from ?1 upwards. . . For Inspection of plans and other Intormalion apply at tht company's office, 19 Broalway, New "lork. Bills of lading Issued to Contine ntal port*. J. H. St'AKkS, Agent ^THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT BRKST The splendid vessels on this favorite rou'o for tho Con tinent will sail irom pier No. 50 North River, as fol lows ?? PKKEIRE, Daure Saturday. May 3 WASHINGTON. Roussan Satu dav, M i.v 17 VtL'.K DK I'AK! s Saturday, Muv U VILLE DU HAVRE. Surmont Sa urday, June 14 PRICE OF PASSAGE IN GOLD 'nMudltlf wluo) TO BRKST OR HAVRE, First Cabin, $126: Second Cabin. }7i. Excursion Tickets ut roduuc I rites. These steamers do not carry steera:" ias-?enjor?. American travellers going to or returuiu ( iro n the Continent ol Europe, by toKlug this liti", avoU both transit by English railway and the discomforts of cross ing the Channel, besides leaving time, trouble a'? i ex pense. GEORGE MACKENZIE, A*enr. 5} Hroailwiiy. MOTE.?Railroad tickets between l'arls aud Vienna furnlsbud ai reduced rates. C1UNABD LINE. t THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS, BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT CORK HARBOR. FROM NEW YoRK. TUBA Wed.. April 3D ABYSSINIA Sat, Mav 10 ?SCOTIA Wed., Mav 7 BATAVIA Sat., May 17 ALGERIA... .Wed., May 14 CALABRIA Sat., May 24 ?RUSSIA Wed., Mav 21 PARTHIA sat., May 81 ?JAVA Wed., May 2H Steamers marked thus (?) do not carry steerage pas 86II ?61*8. And every following WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY from New York. Itates of Passage.?Cabin, $80. $100 and $130, gold, ac cording to accommoilation. Tickets to Paris, $15, gold, additional. Return tickets on favorable terms. steerage, $30, currency. . Steerage tickets from Liverpool and Quecnstown and all parts ot Europe at lowest rates. lor freight and cabin passage apply at tho Company's office. No. 4 Bowl ing Green; tor steerage passage, 111 BroaJ way, Trinity Building. CHAS. G. FRANCKLYN, Agent or to P. n. DUVERNET, corner Clark and Randolph streets, Chicago, III. NEW YORK TO CARDIFF, BRISTOL, LONDON and all points In England and Wa es. The SOUTH WALES ATLANTI : STEAMSHIP COM PANY'S new, flr.it class, full-powered, Clyde-built steam ship GLAMORGAN, Captain Laybouruc, will sail troiu Pennsylvania Railroad wharf, Jersoy City, on Saturday, May 3. PEMBROKE, May 24. Cabins. $55, $75 and $80, currency; Steerage, $30.. For further particulars apply to ARCHIBALD IlAXTER A CO., Agents, -> 17 Broadway. THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S Iron mall steamship WESTPHALIA, Captain H. F. Schwens'n, will sail on Thursday, Mayl, at 2 P. M.. tor Hamburg, taking passengers Irom New York to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg aud Hamburg. First Cabin, $120. Sccond Cabin, $7Z Steerage, $30, payable In United States gold. KUNHARDT4 CO., C. B. RICHARD A BOAS, General Agents, General Passenger Agents, 61 Broad street ?ew York. CI Broadway, New York. Tho THURINGIA will sail May 8. STATE LINE TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL, BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY. PENNSYLVANIA, LOUISIANA, GEORGIA, MINNESOTA, VIRGINIA, ALABAMA. pennsylvania SAILS MAY 7. from the company's dock, Fulton lorry, Brooklyn. SUPERIOR PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS. Cabin, $80 and $??, gold; steerage, $8J, currenoy. All on saloon deck. _ _ . , Passengers booked to or from any part of Great Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden and the Contlnont at lowest rates. Prepaid certiflcatos as low as by any other first class line. DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE. For freight or passage apply to AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO.. Agents, Steerage office 45 Broadway. 72 Broadway. National line of steamers. Weekly to Queenstown and Liverpool; fortnightly to London direct. TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, Irom piers 14 and 47 North River. GREECE, Thomas Saturday, May 3, at 10 A. M. EGYPT, Grogan Saturday, May 10. at3 P. M. CANADA, Webster Saturday. May 17, at 9 A. M. SPAIN, Grace Saturday, May 24. ut 3 P. M. FOR LONDON DiRECT. DENMARK, Sumner Thursday, MayS, at2P. M. THESE STEAMSHIPS ARE _ TUP: LARGEST IN THE TRADE. Cabin passage?$80, $90 and $100, currency. Excursion? Jlioand #ISO. Steerage, $29, currency. Prepaid steerage tickets Irom Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol or London, CHEAPER THAN BY ANY OTiibli LINK. For further information apply at tlie company's office, 09 Broadway. F. W. J. UUUs'l', .Manager. UNITED STATES mail LINE.?STEAM TO QUEEN8 town and Liverpool. Sailing every Wednesday. WISCONSIN, Freeman, Jr May 7, atl!?P. M. NEVADA, Forsyth May 14, at 3 P. M. From pier 46 North River. Cabin nassage, $s0 gold ; steerage, $30 curroncy. Prepaid tickets, $32 currency. Passengers booked to and irom Pari*, Hamburg, Nor way and Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland. Euglaud, France and Germany, at lowe.st rates. Apply to WILLIAMS A GUloN, 29 Broadway. INMAN link. For Queenstown and Liverpool. Royal Mall steamers arc appointed to sail as follows ?, CITY OF NEW YORK Friday, May 2,10 A. M. CITY OF PARIS Saturday Mav S, 11 A. M. CITY OF BALTIMORE Thursday, Mav 8, 2 P. M. CITY OF montreal. Saturday, Mav 1>. 2 P. M. CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday. Mav 15, 8 A. M. city OF BROOKLYN Saturday. Mav 17, 10 A. M. and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier 45, North River. RATES OF PA8SAOE. Cabin, $85 and $100, gold, according to accommodation. Round trip tickets :tt low rales. Steerage.?To Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Lon donderry, iKindon, Bristol or Cardiff. $30. Prepaid certi ficates, $3.', currency. Passengers nlso torwarded to navre,Hamburg,Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Paris, at reduced rates. Draft* issued at lowest rates. For cabin passage and general business apply at the Company's office, 1.1 Broadway. For steerage parage, 88 Broadway. JOHN O. DALE, Agent, or to O'DON NELL A FAULK, 402 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. M. S. CRKAGU, 102 State slreet, Hoston. F. O. BROWN, 86 South Market street, Chicago. WM IN MAN, Liverpool, and No. 9 Rue scribe, Paris. North geuman lloyd steamship company. For Southampton and Bremen. The Steamship HANsA, Captain K. Brickenstein. will sail on Wednesday, April 30, at 2 P. M., from ilreuien pier, foot third street, llolioken, to he followed hy Steamship MOSEL, Captain G. Ernst, on Saturday, RATES OF PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND BREMF.N, payable In gold, or Its equivalent In eorrency. Urst Cabin $120 Second Cabin 7-' Steerage 30 For irclght or passage apply to oktiRIC'S A CO., Agents. No. 2 Bowling ilrci n. QOOK'8 EUROPEAN TOURS. COOK'S TOURS TO VIENNA, over loo different routes. COOK'S TOURS TO ITALY, over 70 different routes. COOK'S TOURS TO IRE LAND, over 30 different routos. COOK'S TOURS T<5 SCOTLAND, over 20 different routes. COOK'S TOURS TO HOLLAND, BELGIUM AND THE RHINE, over ?)different routes. COOK'S TOURS TO EGYPT, THE NILE AND PALES TINE, every possible route arranged. COOK'S TOURS ROUND THE WORLD. COOK'S HI.VOLE JOURNEY TICKETS to all parts of the WORLD. COOK'S PERSONALLY CONDUCTED PARTY TO ITALY AND Vienna, leaving per VICTORIA, Mav lo. COOK'S EDUCATIONAL TOUR TO VIENNA, leaving New York .lune 21. COOK'S SPECIAL TOUR TO IRELAND, ENGLAND, FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, VIENNA, Ac., to leave by CUNARD steamer Julv 12. For full particulars see "COOft'8 excursionist" lor April, now ready. Price 10cents. COOK, SON A JENKINS, 262 Broadway, ' thw fork. (TREAT WESTERN steamship LINE. I New York to Bristol (England) direct, taking goods and passengers lor London, Cardiff Newport, Gloucester aud all ports in Bristol Channel. The steamers of this line will sail Irom pier 18 East River as follows:? ARRAGON, Western Saturday, May 17 Wednemlay, Jniie 4 LADY LTCKTTI' Wednesday, June 18 GREAT WEsTERN Wednesday, July t New steamer now building. Cabin pas-agii?$70 currency I Steerage. ...$10 currency Parties wishing to send for their friends can obt.iiu prepaid certificates. Drafts for ?1 and upwards. For freight or passage apply to E. E. MORGAN'S SONS, 70 South street. New York. G" AIl'S MIDSUMMER Tool to VjiNNA, Belgium, the Rhine, Switzerland, Italy. France, Ac. Personally conducted. Starts from Now York June 21. Inclusive terms, $rtnn, gold. See detailed programme. GAZE'S Amerioan office, No. 6 Bowline Green, New York coahtwi^q sT^ArvisnrFs. P ATOPIC MAIL STEAMmIIIP COMPANY'S Kin" to CALIKORMA, JaPa.* AND ill IN A, via Panama, carrvtng mails. passengers an I freight to Aspiuwuli, i'utirtiuj. saoa Manila, Ureytown and Pacific coast of Mexico, < Wltr.il A IKT1C4, PcrO-ttlld Chile. Mar I.?Strainer .will leave pie' 42 North River at 12 ? ?i<k V u.> n lor A#,.inwad direct, couuuc'iug *t Panama with he steamer . Af it i Uh.,ic, Captain tavi-rijr. touching at A' p ilno. M.in-ninllo ami Ma/at ?1m<> eoiutecuux lor all Ceuiral \iu ri< an and coe"h Pa cific porta. Departures <>1 I >tii ami 21) h ot ouch inonih connect with the company's trainer, touching at Sao Benito? Tutiata. Saliuu i.'ru ? an ! Karl Auuii. Steamer COLORADO wi'l leave San Francisco May L IK7<. tor Jiumui ami CVna Kor rales oi pa-sago, Iro uhl an'l all other iu:uruiati 11 upply at compauy's office 00 tht pier, loot of Canal street. F R. BABY, Agent j^-i;w YOKK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL USE. TbM<! fin) cIih itranulilin will sail every Tuesday at 3 P.M.. iroin pier 13 North River (100: ol Cedar i?ti ?mt>. for I la vmii:i direct, an follow.-,:? CUKSCKNT CITY Ma.V? W! LMIXGTON May 13 MORUO CAHTI.K M y U Kupotenien'ary mall 0111 lor at a quarter to three P. M. on day 01 sailiug. For freight or passage (having magnificent ncomuio datioiLa) apply to ^ WILLIAM P. CLYDE * C>., No. Ii nowllng lireeit. D. MpKKLLfSR, Agent In Havana. _ TJEEMUDA LINK. J > Steamship FLORIDA, Cameron, master. for liamil 011, Bermuda, will ?ailfrom pier 29 Nurtli itiver, on Thursday, May I, At 8 P. M. For freight or passage apply to JAMES HAND, 119 Wall street. N EW YORK AND UKRMCDA STEAMSHIP LINE. Kor Hamilton and St George, Bermuda. rartylng tlie United Saies Mall, and sailing from pier If North River, ax follow*:? ? . Side wheel steamship HATTERAS, Lawrence, master, Thursday. Mav '. atS o'clock P. M. sirtewtiecl steamship ALBEMARLE, Read, ma-ter, Thur-idav. May H, at 3 o'clock P. M. Kor freight or passage, having elegant accommoda tions, appiv to LUNT UR.ITHiRS, ?J8 South street Passa 0 $311, Hold. Excursion ticket# issued for the round trip at $80. gold TTNITRD STAPES MAIL Tf) HAVANA AND MEXICO. L' HAVANA, i'RO.i-iJfiSO AND VBKA CRUZ. New York nnd Mexican Mail Steamship Line, leaving Pier No. 8 North River. at ? P. M. ' EVERY THURSDAY. CLEOPATRA (Havana una Mexico) Mayl CITY OK HAVANA (Havana only) Mayl CITY OF MEKIDA. (Havana only) May 13 CIi'Y OK MKXIC? (HuvatVi and Mexico) May it CITY OK II VV \SA (Havana only) Muy 1) Kor Irciu'tit or pas-age apply to 1 or n 11? 11 K ALEXANDRE A aON8.? Broodwajr_ rpKWS LINE OF UALVE9TON STEAMERS TOUCH 1 Ins 111 Key Wes\ carrying the United States mall. The steamer <iEO. W. CLYDE, Captain Cole, is now reccivlug freight at pier ft) East River, and will sail S.turduv. May :i Through 1 ills of lading given to Houston, either by the <: II. and II. K. R. or by the Houston Direct Navigation Cumnany, aud to all points on the Galveston, Houston and Henderson and H. B. and CVIiallroad. No charge tor lorwardiug in New York. For Height or passage apply to ....... C. H. MALuORY A CO., 163 Maiden lane, or W. P. CLYDE 4 CO., 119 Wall street. IfOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. 1 The Oromwetl Steamship Line, The steaui-hip GEORGE WASHINGTON, Captain H. 8. Quick, will leave pier No. 9 North River ou Saturday, May 3, at 3 P. M. Freight received daily. Through rates given to Galveston. Indianola, Kooktort or Aruuzas whar( lirazos anttago and St. Louis. Cabin passage, $51; steerage, #23. For freight or pat sn, .? apply to CLARK A SEAMAN, 86 West streut. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. ? . MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE. From Pier No. & North River, ut 3 o'clock P. M. GENERAL MKAIlK, Cainaill Sampson, on Saturday, May 3. Freight received daily. Through rates. given to Sfc Louis, Vicksburg, Mobile, Oalveslon and Indianola. Kor ireight or passage, having superior accommoda tiou, appi.y to KREDERIC BAKER, 30 Broadway. F FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.?SOUTHERN LINE. The A1 steamor CITY OF DALLAS. Captain , will leave pier 21 East River, on Wednesday, Muy 7, at ? P. M. Freight received daily. Through rates given to Galves ton, Iudiauola, Rockport or Aransas Wharf, Brazua San tiago and St. l<oui?. Cabin passage, $30; steerage, $25. Kor freight or passago (having superior accommoda tions) apply to C. H. MALLORV ? CO., 193 Maiden lane. For norfoi.k. city point and Richmond.? The old Dominion Steamship Company will despatch from pier 37 North River their elegant steamship RICH MONO, lor Norfolk. City Point and Richmond, on Thurs day, Mav 1, at 3 P. M., giving through bills of lading to all points Sou h and Southwest. Through passenger tickets Issued to all points. Accommodations unequalled. Apply at pier 37, or at the general office, 187 Greenwich street, corner or Dey. TRAVELUSRH' GUIDE C~ ITIZENS' LINE FOR TROY-PAflSAGE $1 60.-THR elegant steamboats SUNNYSIDE and POWELL leave pier 49 North River, foot of Leroy street, daily (Saturdays excepted), at 6 o'clock P. M., connecting with morning trains on Rensselaer and Saratoga, New York Central and Troy and Boston railroads for all points North, East and West The most direct route to Sarato ga. L ike George and Montreal Through tickets soil and baggage obecked to destination. .... JOSEPH CORNELL, Superintendent ALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON. via Newport and Fall River. The world-renowned steamers BRISTOL and PROVI. DENCE leave pier 23 North River, foot of Hurray street, dally (Sundays excepted) at 5 P. M. .... A. P. BACON, Superintendent TPOR STAMFORD AND GREENWICH.?THE STEAM r boat NELLY WHITE leaves daily from pier 37 East River, at3:30 and toot ol Thirty-third street at 3:48 P. M. Leaves Stamford at 7 A. M. For norwalk and danbury.?the new steamer AM ERICPH leaves dally at foot of Market street *:4ft and Thirty-third street at S P. M., connecting with the Danbury Railroad. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Trains leave New York, from foot of Dcsbrosses and Cortlandt streets, as follows :? Express tor Harrisburg, Pittsburg, the West and South, with Pullman l'alaee Cars attached, at 9:30 A. M.7 and 8:3U P. M. Sunday, ft, 7 and 8:30 P. M. Kor Baltimore, Washington and the South at 9 A. M. ;7 and 9 P. M. Sunday, 9 P. M. Express for 1'liiludelphla, 8, 9, 9:30 A. M.; 12:30, 1, 4, 5, t, 8:31, 9PM undl2niKlit. Sunday 6, 8:30 and 9 P. M. Kor I'hl'.adeli-hla, via Kensington, at 7 A. M. und 2 P. M. EuiK'ram and second class, 7:16 P. M. For Newark at 8. 6:30, 7. 7:40, 8:10, 9, 10, 11, 11:40 A. M.t 12, l.T 2 31, 3, ;i:JU, 3:4J, 4:10. 4 uJH, 8:10, 5:-'0, 5:30, M, 6. 6:10, 6:30, 7, 78:10, 9, 10, 11:3d, 12 P. M. Sunday, 6:2J, 6, 8:10, 9 P M. Kor klizabeth, 6, 6:30, 7, 7:40. 8, 8:10. 9, 10. II. 11 :W A M., 12 M? 12:30, I, 2, 2:30. ?, :30, 3:411, 4, 4:10, 4 :30, .1:20, 8::w, 8:80, 6, 6:10, 6:30. 7-30, 8:10, 10, 11:30, 12 P. M. Sun dav, 8:.'0 0 and 8:10 P. M. Kor Kahway, 6, 6:30,7, 8:10. 9:30 and 10 A. M., 12 M ,1, 2, 2 ail, 3. 8 dW, .4 4.1, 4 :10, 4 -30, 5 5S0, 5:30. 5:30, 6, C :10, 7 '30,8 :10, 10 P. >1. and 1.' night. Sunday, 5:2-) und t> I'. M. Kor Wi.odbrldgo and Perth Ainboy, 0 anil 10 A. M., 2:30^ 3:40. 4:30 and .r>:fi0 IV M. Kor New Brunswick, 7, 10 A. M., 12 M? I, 2, 3, 4:10, 8:20, 6, 9 I'. M. and 12 night. Sunday, 0 nnd lJ I'. M. .For Eas- Millstone 7 A. M., 12!umhi,4:10 and .r>:20P. M.. Kor L?mbcrtville and Kleuiinxti 11, 9 A. M. aud 2 1'. M. Kor Pliiiipsliurg and Belvidere, 2 and 4 P. M. Aecoinuiod.it 011 lor Uordentown, Burliii'.'ton and Cam den, 7 and 9: 1) A. M., 12 :Jd, 2, 3, :i :40, 4 and 6 P. M. Kor Freehold, 7,8 A. M., 2 and 4 P. M. For Jamesbnrg, Peiuberlon, Camden, 6 A. M., 3:40 P. M. Trains arilve as lollows:?Krora Pittsburg,8150 A. M.. 1 :ai P. M., daily, 10:14 A. M. snd 6:34 P. M.. daily, except Monday. Krom Washington and Baltimore, 6:40 A. M., 4:5i, 10:12 P. M. Sunday, ti:10 A. M. Krom Philadelphia, 6S81, 6 AO. 10:11, 11 :D4, li'^4 A. M? 2:14, 3:5t, 6H>1, A :43 P. M. Sunday,'8:21,6dO, 11:04 A. M. Ticket oflices, 826,435,271 nnd 914 Broadway; No. I As'or House and loot ol Desbrosses and Cortlandt streets. Emigrant Ticket oillce, No. 8 llatter.v place A.J. Cassat, 1>. M. BOYD, .In., tienerul Manager. General Passenger Agon'. EXCURSIONS, milE NEW JERSEY SOUTHERN RAILROAD COM J pany call attention to their extraordinary la '(lilies lor the acooiniuoiiauoii ot Excursion I'nriies the ei iniiig sea son. Willi their steamers PLYMOUTH ROCK, 1 ONO BRANCH and JEsSE H?-YT and ihelr oleuant new Ex cursion llou-e knil twenty acres of adjoining liindat l '>ng Braiii-h, they ure preimred to make engagements with churches, schools, societies, Ac., for large or smad parties, at low rates. Send lor circ ular. O. W. liENTLY, Gem-mi Manager, 120 Broadway, New York. Wm. J. Snkobm, HiperiutcndCnt, Long llraiich, N. J. Tin: WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR SlEAMER CHARLEa (MlAMBKRI.AIN, having undergone thor ough anil extensive repairs, will lie ready in a lew days lor charter by the day or lur the season. Being very last and having tiuc deck room she Is peculiarly adapted tor excur.-ioiis. lor terms, Ac., apply to ( II Altl-E-. CHAM BER!. \ IN. IV, South street, or address GEuRGE M. Mel.El.LAN, Astor House. INNTKITIT'ON. AT THOMPSON'S"col LEi.E, 20 FOURTH AVENUE, opposite Cooper Institute.?Bookkeeping, Writing. Arithmetic and Languages, liay and evening, l a lies' department?lelegraphy tauuht piacticully with instru nianta. Demand lor operutonk ^ PENSIONED GERMAN DIPLOMAT AT MUNICH, whose wife Is a native of Franee, offers a piuce In Ills fam ily to a young boy, for the purpose of educating lilm to gether with his only son, under the guidance of a resi dent private tutor. Instruction at the Lyceum besides. Address Mr. R., 31 Munich posie rcstante. MISS REM) 200 LEXINGTON AVENUE, OIVES LfiS. sons In liiMli German by conversation and grammar for 30 cents per hour, she is only a short time In tliis country. New method of learning krencii and ger man thoroughly by conversatlon and lectiiro: no grammar; conversational tluency insured ; terms $3 a we. k (ihree lessons). Address PROKBatfOR, box 121 Herald I ptowu Branch office. I>AINK'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, BROADWAY, COR ner Thirty-third street; downtown college, 62 Bow ery. Specialties - Bookkeeping. Ariihmeiic, Krainmur, Spelling: 24 Writing l?s*ons, $2M. ladies qualliiod as b<s>kK0<>pers and cashiers. No moving. PRIVATE LESSONS GIVEN IN GREEK, LATIN, OER uian, Ac. | pnpi.sot colleges assls ttd ; translations Iroin various languages Into I n.'li-h made; term* moder ate. Addri-a-t M. G., .<35 East Ninth street. MKDlt'AL. A-MME. MAX WELL, PHYSICIAN. RESIDENCE ? 114 East Tenth street, near Third avenue. A-MME. RESTI'LI.E, PHYSICIAN.? OFFICE NO. 1 ? hunt Pilty-M'tMitid struct. ' Am. mauriceau, m. d.?office m liberty ? street, near Greenwich,street. DR. AND MMK. SELDKN HATE RBTURNKD KROM Europe. Olflce 67 Amity street, near Fifth avenue Dr. and mme. DESPARD, PHYSICIANS, 41 EASY Twenty-eighth street, noar Fnnrth avenue.

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