Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 9, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 9, 1873 Page 2
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I'lTY UKAIi I'STATK FOR HAI.K. Central* ?A.?A.?FOR RALE. AT A SACRIFICE. A FIRST . class lout riory high sloop lirown atone House, 28.2x1)6. ift r< (it U>t on west utile ?>! Madison avenue, 80 feet south of Seventy-lourth sircct clear view to Park : three floors in hard * ? i d, parlor tieor cabinet work by Pottier A Stynius, will" library, butler's |?Hiitry. mantel mirrors, Ac. aImi 11 lit.si claw House ot similar dimensions ana superior finish on Mudisbn avenuo, 26 teet from the ?miheart corner of Sixty-first struct. Term* to suit: (rood locntion; lots taken In paymentj houses open lor inspec tlull. Inquire of owner, A. KLABER, at his marble works, 134 East Eighteenth street. A SPLENDID CORNER-ON THE BOULEVARD, near Seventy-second street, making over seven tall ot*. at less than auction rales WILLIAMS ft CO.. 11 Pine street. AN ADMIRABLY LOCATED BUSINESS PROPERTY? On a commanding corner near Union square, one ?i' the best investment* offered ; prico low. WILLIAMS A CO.. II Pine street. Anew four story innn stoop brown si one front House, cabinet llnKh; fine location; cheap, ou ?asv terms; possession. Apply on prmitiscs, 53 East sixty first street, m ar Madison aveuue. At a baruain-a threb story high stoop stone House, Thirty-sixth street, near Broadway, in Int order; possession. S. EDDY A CO., No 1 Park place, AN EXTRA CHEAP mOOT FOUR STORY STONE Dweiliux. on Forty-Urst street, instoutof Ftttta ave nue, lor ?ule, with immediate possesion. V. K. STEVhNSON, Jr., II Pine street. {jlOR SALE-BEST PROPERTY IN THE FOURTH ward, 3't Oliver street, corner ol Madison. For terms .Mr to owner, 177 Denravr street, Brooklyn; rent May lgfOB HALE-TO CLOSE AN BBTATfi, A VALUABLE r Business Property. with large Irmilauc. and ccntrally located on Grand -treet ; te rnut to suit Apply to HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street. PEIKCB STBEBT, ABOUT 13(1 FEET WEST OF Broadway.?A large House an 1 Lot 36.6x100, suitable lor the crcc'ion ot a first class drv goods store. For sale at a decided iutrualu to close an estate. V. K. STEVEN SON, Jr.^ 11 Pine -ireet, or E. A. BIBUY, 54 Wall street. jg RANCH OFFICE OP THE EVENING TKI.BORAM. SOUTHWEST CORNER BROADWAY AND THIRTY-FIRST STREET. UPTOWN DEALERS AND NEWSBOYS SUPPLIED EVERY EVENING. East tilde, * A ?THREE OHEAP LOTS. ONLY 060 FEET EAST OF ? Fifth avenue entrance to Cen'ral Park, on Fifty tlgbtb street; excavated, block restricted, Ac. V. E. STEVENSON, Jr.. 11 Pine street For sale?very cheap and on very easy terms, a new three story high stoon brown suuie House on Sixty-second street (restricted block), between Second and Third avenues; very finely finished In hard woods and one of the best bouses In the Nineteenth ward; It will pay to examine; size f.s .8x00x11 0: see it at once. Owner on premises or SAMUEL KILPATRICK, 1,UU? Third avenue, 3D AVENUE.-THB FIVE STORY BROWN STONE House und Lot. 1,376 Third avenue, between Seventy eighth and seventy-ninth streets: bargain it'sold Imme diately. Apply at 76 Third avenue, in the atore. QQQ EAST FORTY-EIGHTH STREET.?FOUR STORY ?t?i*J high stoop brown stone, 11x66x100; $14,0lU; splendid order; possession at once; terms easv. Apply on premises, or to L. MENDELSON, 76 Nassau street West Side. AN ENTIRE FRONT ON NEW AVENUE AND lOOtll street (entrance to Park) for sale, exceedingly low to prompt purchaser; terms liberal. V. B. STEVENSON. Jr., 11 Pine street FOE SALE?SIX LOTS ON TENTH AVENUE AND Fiftieth Street; terms easy. Apply to JAMES D'DONOHUK, 88 Front street. For sale?at a bargain, an excellent mod ern small House, In Fifth ward, near (.'anal street; 10 rooms; water, gas, Ac.; not much cash required. Also chuap small House acd Lot in York* street, near Canal street; would make a good shop or stable . op or stj James price, ajo Hudson street. IfOBT WASHINGTON PROPERTY FOR SALE. A valuable plot ot over 31 Lots, fronting on tlie Boulevard unl having a first class new and modern House erected thereon, close to residence o! James Gor don Bennett; elegant views, high ground and low price. POTTER BROTHERS, Nos. 4 arid 0 vVarren street <fcl f> Pinn ?THE CHEAPEST THREE STORY *Px^.?JUU. House and Lot in this city, 21x30x100, high atoop, 14 rooms. In perfect order, with all modem Improvements, gas fixtures included; *6.000 cash and balance on mortgage. 421 West Twenty-eighth street. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALK AMD TO LET. JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE?BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK Bl'TLDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROmTa. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY FROM 3 TO 9 P. M. CARRIERS AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT NO. 7 FRONT STRKET, BROOKLYN. For sale?on Brooklyn heights, the two Story and attic wi ll built brick House and Lot, as* 11*1 , foot, 10 Willow street, three minutes' walk from Wall , street terry : in first rale order: pis, furnai e, bathroom# Ac.; one-hall the purchase may remain on bond ana mortgage; possession at once. Anply to J. N. Kl-LI-KV. 202 Montague street f^OR SALE-TWO 8TORY BRICK BASEMENT HOUSE, | $4,iMU, on eiuiy terms, 1S9 t anion street, opposite i Fort Green, Brooklyn. IjlOU .- A I .I .?IN BROOKLYN, CHIiAP, A FIRST CL ASS I Corner Property, only tew blocks irom City Hall, suitable tor a grocery or bakery. Apply to KOLOWRAT A OOLDWIIMIDT, No. 7 W ilioughby street, Brooklyn. Tj"H)R SALK-1N ORSBMWO0S CEMETERY. ONK OK r tour Lota, enclosed and beautifully located on high ground, not over two minutes' walk troni main en ?ma. hor particulars apply at ZJ East Kourth street. RAPin TRANSIT.?CHOICE LOTS, SKIM KEKT, underdone restrictions, In a first class neighbor hood, ueur Prospect Park and the line ol the proposed ratnd transit steam road, lor sale at $300 and upwards; a splendid opportunity lor investment or speculation. Ap ply at the office of the late A. J. WALKER, 112 John street, New York, Irom U to 1 o'clock. mo LET?A NEW BROWN STONE HOUSE, THRKK J story, basement; furnace, bot and cold water on every lloor; dumbwaiters; walls and ceilings painted and frescoed throughout: to a small laniilv will be rented at the extremely low rent ol fl,000 per annum; fine location; uear Prospect Park, Brooklyu. Apply to owners, FOGG A bros., X Fulton street. New York. WHBTCHERTKR COVNTY PMOPERl'V FtiK SALE AND TO RENT. An elegantly furnished residence, in healthiest, prettiest part of lower Westchester, now annexed to citv; must he sold or exchanged. Call on DERBY coal COM PANT. 106 Hroadway^ Annexation.?fine buildino plots for sale at Fordliam; Plot, IK lots, highest ground, superb view, 'hrce minutes Irom rordham depot; abundance of fruit and sluiile, $4.l)(ll); H Lots, highest ground, Treinont, barn, iruil and shade, $.1,fii*); 10 Lota, Central avenue, Fordham. all front, 97,000; at Woodiawn Heights, close to depot. Plots about S lots each, troin SHOO lo $980 All the above are included in the Twenty-fourth ward ef New York city, nnd can be purchased oii easy terms. POTTER Brothers, Nob. 4 and 6 Wsrr.n street. Branch office, Ford ham. ClOTTAd EH?UN FURNISHED, TO KENT, AT HIGH J Bridge, Westchester county: trains 20 minutes 10 orand central I Moot; stables and carriage houses on premises. fine gardens: lrilit and shade Trees; gas nnd modern conveniences; access also by Eighth avenue cars, boats to Harlem and steamboat on Harlem River; rents ffrmto $l.!yoor>er annum. Apply to A. KKMP, 100 Mnrruy street or at ;i3 West Tmrly ninth street, alter 6 P. M. I^OR BALE OK RENT IN THK VILLAGE OF White Plains, a beautiful private Residence, corner Ol Prospect place and Lexington avenue ; house twostorv, In rooms marble mantels; ground UOxMI ieet: ten miii utes' walk from depot ? terms reasonable. Apply to WM. B. II It n IT.-, Heal i suite Broker, White Plains. WESTCHESTER I'Ol'.NTY. ?A PLOT CONTAINING 45i acres on Thomas aveuue, between Fordliam ?nd Tremont stations. For particulars address or apply to owner, at M4 Chambers street. New York. JKRAEY CITY, IIOIJOKKN, III DHON CITY A>U BKUIsKN KEAL 1>TATI;. To l<ct or Lcaie. BP.RUFN POINT.?TO LET, TWO FURNISHED AND a few iininrnlshed Houses, at very reasonable prices. Apply to W. S. JKNN!NOB, Bergen Point, N. J. PKOPEHTY IICT OK THK CITY KOH HAI.K OK TO REKT. A LL WANTING FARMS.?FOB RALE, TO FARMERS, J\ gardener and farm lab'rors from the old country, i'o'?l Farm Lands virgin ndli at $26 per acre, on >ix y. ars'c.redii The soil Is a good productive loam, near the jtr< at markets of New \ ork anil Philadelphia. hv rail road, win re irom -0 to <o a? res constitute a good farm wbi n narily pi a Sled to iruif. From ini* locnlitv agrraier quantity and variety ot iruit is sent to market than from any other place of ei|tml area in thn I'nited States, ft la in the in id s: oi a tlirlvnu < otiimunity. with good roads. Mores, school* snd m .nniacturleg. Female numbers of families ant ofliers can procure work at straw s*wing, alloe work, button making. clothinj work and otber branches. Many i iilI sh. Irish mul .-cotcb farmers have Mttled and are prosperous. Numbers oi gaideners from the vicinity ot New York are locating, as in Uns section farming pays far better ban >u Uie West. Papers con taitflng fall Iniormatlon win be sent free ifcharse Ad dre-aiTHARLKs K. Umds, Proprietor, Vlnela^N.J. At new beiohton-to rent, a i.entleman s furnished Residence, centaiulng IS rooms, billiard n :n. with comtni dlous stables, cow and cow bouses, i" I as!ore; hennery, gardens , beau'.liul scenery and i i eshie surroundiBgs: a satisfactory tenant will have ' option ol retaining a pair M carriage horses ami ear i1 s. W. A. COLLINS, tt Pine street 4 -i RAN FORD, NEW JER?EV CENTRAL RAIL . road; 4* minutes from Liberty street, commu tation $7') p? r annum; finely located Lots; rtlxJOO: selling loiviiom B.'(S) tr. $i*o, payable tiii quarterly. Building Xsteilais and Labor taken in pavmeni: will build hoi s-s I', order on small rash pa\ ment#. Owner, 9J8 Third ave nue, 2.'f9 Broadway, room'10. A LARGE PRIVATE RESIDENCE FOR KENT? Sunewlck Terrace. Astoria, garden, greenhouses, srtaperies, fVnlt, Ice, stables, bathhouse, Ac. | completely tura.s.ieil. low rent V. K. STEVENSON, Jr., II Pin* at. \ HANDSOME MOUSE. NKWLY FURNISHED. AT New Brighton. H. I.; half an honr Irom New York; fine, heap by location, large grounds and beautiful view til Uie Hay; every modern convenience; $I,KIU till De reoi'ier. or will rent It lor the ycaf if required. Address Utnid nfliae. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR lALKORTORKST. A VALCABI,K .PKOPBRTY FOB HALE. DELIGHT ful and healthful, near Mew Yorkj three acres; targe buildings. barn, Ac.; gas and water ; suitable lor hotel, institution. Ksylum; Immediate possession. 8.0. SMITH, owner. 202 William street, Iranklort Houae. AHLATB Ql'ARRY IN pennsylvania FORHALE Producing school, mantel, roofing alate, Ac.; prop erty 115acre*; Bond larm and buildings and complete factory lor shaving bv machinery; no steam required, there being ample ?nd never-tailing water power; price $2A,t'flO; part payment in good, unincumbered properly. Apply 10 (JRltiOS, CARI.ETON A CO., 88 Broadway. About ji:rhey property.?eight page paper Farms. Country Hcata, Houses, Lot*. Land to di vide, near railroads (picked bargain*); sale, exchange, rent; can suit uny one. FERGUSON, ICI Broadway. Beautiful farm, 75 minuter from liberty Htreet, near DuneHcn depot, Central Railroad of New Jersey; 41 acrea; modern buildtngs. Address Dr. NEIL, Third avenue, corner Illth atreot Babylon, l. i.-fob sale, in the village ok Babylonia desirable Place, Dwelling House and large Mechanic'* Shop. easily converted Into a dwelling, and other oatbuiMinss, with a number of Lots of Oround ; will be told cheap, as the owner has no use for it. Inquire of CHURCHILL c SMITH, at livery atabie, .137 Adauis street, Brooklyn, and go and sec it. Factories and resident properties fob sale, Paterson, N. J., oue hour from New York. Canal, four railroads, 160 daily trains. Steady water power* Cheap ooal. Low freights. Skilled labor. J. FISHER SATTEBTHWAITB, 10 Pineatrcet_ Farm for BALE?IN TBB TOWN OF IIIGII LAls'D, Sullivan county, N. Y., 1(10 acres; 30 acres cleared; good house and-burn; price &t,8Q0; great bargain. Apply to R. O. FIERCE, 10 Broadway. Fruit kaiim at a bargain?must be solo?12 acres up to 66. to suit; good buildings; bait mile from depot; 38 miles from New York; possession. C. H. OLIVER No 1 Park Ptaoe. IfOR 8ALE-A LAROE HOTEL PROPERTY AT Flushing, L. I.; alt on mortgage hi responsible parties. Apply to A, L. V., 86 Wall street, fourth tloor, room 4. IjlOK sale?IN NAVESINK, MONMOUTH COUNTY. 1 N. J., a nice Cottage and 4 acres of Land; sold cheap. For further particulars inquire at 91 East Tc?ith street. New York, of JOSEPH W. DAVIS, or on the place of THEODORE^ DAVIS. FOR sale?AT RICHMOND IIILL. long ISLAND, on Kouth.side Railroad, only 30 minutes (7 miles) from ferry, a number and variety of neat Dwellings; also Lots and beantiful Villa Sites. Place lugh, well drained, bealthy and restricted against nuisances. Applv to J. W. FI1.LDKH. 231 Broadway, room 13; R. R. HAZARD, IK) Broadway, or O. B. FOWLER, on the premises. FOR BALE?A GENTLEMAN'S COUNTRY RESI denec; good sized house; all the lieeeasary outbuild ings ; garden, plenty of iruit; 6 acros land ; one hour trom Newvoik: five minutes'walk from station; wtlltiesold cheap. Aildreas E. B., box 2.3SM New York Post office. For hale or to let-greenville. n. j.-a two story and basement House, 8 rooms, 2\ lots; (ruit and .shade trues. Inquire at 4 AS Fourth avenue. For sale or to let-two first clash nouses; all improvements; 40 minutes from this eity on Central Railroad of New Jersey; very cheap. MONAGUAN A comsi Cedar street ?OR SALE OR LEASE-BRICK AND STONE MAN sion, 84x127; near city -. lor hotel, institution or gen tleman's residence. Apply to owner, A. 11. RATnBONE, 17fi Hroudwuy. FV)R HALE OR LEA*E FOR A TERM OF YEARS?A brick and stone Mansion, 84*127 feet, near the city; suitable for hotel. Institution or gentleman's residence. A. 11. RATH BONE, 176 Broadwav._ Hudson river.?elegant iihivate residence lor ?ale, with immediate possession, known as Cedar Lawn, situated at Fi?hkill-on-thc-Hud?on, above the Highlands. diroctly opposite and ovcrlooklut; tlic city of Newhurg. half mile from depot and river, 1>< hours trom city, with seven dally trains; 10 minutes from churches, schools, stores, Ac. -. double mausiou, 40x65, with all modern improvements, completely furnished, which, together with all outside farm implements, lor sale. Nine acres, tilled with choice young fruit and tine old shade trees and evergreens; good outbuildings, in cluding glass grapery and Icehouse filled; river and mountain views unsurpassed: neighborhood first class; large garden containing abundance of small fruits. It is a gentleman's place, being unexceptional in every par ticular, and oi a class seldom ol'ercd for sale. The owner wishing to go abroad will sell cheap or exchange tor first class unencumbered city property. Address G. H. M., room 96 St James Hotel, New York. Fc IN CORNWALL, N. Y., HUMMER RESIDENCES TO let. two, three or sis months. For description ad dress CHAS. KETCHAM, Mountalnvlllo Post office, N. Y. Long branch.?for sale, two plots of acres each, finely located, near Ocean avenue: rea sonable price anil terms. JAMKS PRICK, 201) Hudson st. MOMH9TOWW.?FTVE ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR to rent, with Board, In a private family; gas und waterinthehou.se. Address Mrs. G. L. B., box340 Post office, Morristown. NVACK, ON THE HUDSON.?TO LET, furnished House, three minutes from Mansfield avenue sta tion ; $1,U00; garden and fruits; river view for 3) miles. E. B. WESTON. NYACK.?ELIGIBLY LOCATED FIRST CLASS Houses tor sale and rent; also very Jrslrahle Lots and Plots at reasonable rates and liberal terms; iimucnifi cent river views: also good variety of Farms. Apply to I AYLOR A SMITH, Nyack. ORANGE, N. J.?TO LET, furnished. FOR SUM tnrr, 23 desirable Residences, from $80 to #.V)0 per month; handsomely located and in excellent neighoor hood^ HAMILTON * WALU8, 30 Pine street ORANGE, N. J.?AT MONTROSE STATION. NEW Houses now finishing; superblv Iocs ted; U rooms, gc~ and ull possible improvements; rent $.m<io. F. S. STALLKNECHT, owijer. 37 Nassau street, ASM $7 AN ACRE, ("ASH.?.1.117 ACRES OF THE s * very Ix-st heavy Timber Lands in Centre county. Pennsylvania, four miles irotn depot. JO 1IN S. E\\EN, 39 Nassau street ONE OF THE BEST FARMS IN NEW JERSEY?U0 acres, new mansion, modern style, 13 rooms, marblo mantels, parlor 16x33. all finished in best innnner; line ?bade, all kinds ol fruit; two farm houses, extensive out buildings; beautilul location, never Tailing springs und streams , no ague or mosquitoes; 2 hours from Now York, 2 miles iruin depot; price $13,000; terms easy. Address JAM E.s.l. BERGEN, Domervilie, N. J. JJEVESTV TWO ACRES ON oraNiih MOUNTAIN, IN |T> West Orange. N. J.; Macadamized road; fine views; $300 pt r acre: terms liberal. L. F. IIASKELL, owner. 39 Nassau street. SHADY SIDE, N. J.-COTTAGE HOUSF, STABLE and t> n lots to rent; fine view of the river (Hudson); opposite Ninetv-sixth street. New York ; $400. Will sell. J. HOLLVER, M. A U. Organ Co.. S5 Union Square. TO LET-THE HAND801IB PLACE OF MRS. EX Pretident 'Wer, near West New Brighton, Staten Island. .1 mathewson A SON, No. 4 Pine street. TO LET?AT west NEW BRIGHTON, B. L, four i Cottage*, with stables and grounds to each, IS, 12,11 rooms each, rent very low, tor the year or season; very healthy location nud twenty minute's walk from the ferrv. Apply fo JOSE MaNZANEDO, un the premises, or at 1& Cedar street, New York. TO LET?FURNISHED, AT NEW HAMBURO, AN elcgsnt Residence, with spleudld views, green houses, fruit, cows, Ac. TAYLOR A STEARNS, No. I}* Pine street. TO LET-AT MIDOmn. ON GOLDEN HILL, A pleasant and well furnished llonse. for six months or a year, with garden and carriage, house. Address lock imx to, Bridgeport, Conn. TO LET-AT BERGEN POINT, N. J., IN THE hand somest and healthiest location, a large wcll-ftirnistied modern Residence; grounds filled with ornamental and choice iruit trees; fine vegetable garden; immediate pos session. Address box 6,107 Post office, New York. TO LET?TO A HOTEL OR LARGE boarding hoose keeper, as a summer resort tor their boarders, the Mans.on House and about 5 Acres of laud, barn, sta bles, carriage ami bathing house, beautifully situated on the banks ol the Shrewsbury River, at Red Bank; a pleasant drive from Long Branch. Apply to G. B. HARRIS, ,'M Washington street or ROBEkT ALLEN. Jr.. Red Bunk, N. J. TO RENT FOR THE SEASON?A furnished House, tblrteoa rooms and piazza, with garden, barn and carriage hon e, in Great Barrington village, Berk shire county, Massachusetts, Inquire of t. M. HAYES, at Wheeler A Wilson's, <M Broadway. TO RENT?THE COMMODIOUS DWELLING 807 Bonth Ninth street, below Lombard street, Philadel phia, with double three story back buildings, two bath rooms, stationary washstands, stationary washtabs in kitchen; the whole building and yard drained; two heaters, large yard, AraMeiT, Ac.; lot l.iH feet deep: will tie rented on a lease to a responsible tenant In quire of ISAAC NATHANS, on the [ remises. TWO ELEGANT STORES TO LET-I.V YoNKERS, N. Y.,one with a dome skylight, suitable for dry goods or croeeries. Inquire of J. COPCUTT, Yonkers, or 440 W ashing urn stree;, New York, on Tuesdays or Fridays, after 10 A. M. nnft cottages, near plainfield?pay. ?P ?.?JvU fnents eusy, rent $*) a mon'h ; House at Tfcnefly, a ereal sa<riHee. JAOCES, < oiniiilssloner ol Deeds for ail States and Territories, 20B Broadway. iwtatb to" msumjamm Any one owning a first clam establish ment, wishing to purchase a country Residence, can bear of an excellent opportunity tor exchauge ; house in town : not fo exceed $fie.U>i; place In country Is magnifi cent In lie appointments, replete with every conven ience, and unexcelled as a residence for a gentleman of taste and wealth. Principals only need apply. Address B. B. C., Herald office. A SMALL HOUSE, WITH GROUNDS. IN IIARLRM, wanted. In exchange for one In Twenty-sixth street Address HOUSE, box JOS Post office^ E~3XCHANOI. - UNENCUMBERED FLOUR MILLS, i capacity 1,000 berrels per week, In perfect order; makes a iilgn grade of family dour. Apply to owner, at J. N. Raymond's, 19$ Fulton street 131 EST CLASS BROWN STONE HOUSE IN BROOK i.?ii Will exchange (equity $7,800) to. un established Business or store near the city. Address EXCHANGE, I.TI York t-treet, Jersey City. L^OR SALF. ok EXCHANGE?TWO LOTH IN HABRI r son street, Brooklyn, lor a small, tidy House; good iieicliimrhnod ; vslne not to exceed $6,000. Address 380 Greenwich street, giving full particulars. IjlOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR A COTTAGE, STA l hie and one or two acres ol Land, on the Northern Railroad, New Jersey, 18 acres of Land, finely located ! f jyj.IJ* <ni>s west ol Norwood ; unencumbered. Apply lojlOHyR^MlTil, ui Broadway. ______ I ElOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY, 1 Si? '.Wo Houses, ol>* "f which is strictly first class, with | M Lots sdioinlag. situated in a pleasant ana flourishing village, one hour out via New Jersey Railroad, near depot; lonnuuiubrneee Address M.. box 104 Herald oflloe. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. Good improved property wantrd-ih ex chance for a fine 70-acrc Kami, one hour'sttone in Jersey, om* mile from depot; no encumbrances; bulla Ings excellent. J. D. condht, 148Broadway. TO EXCHANGE?HOUHE IN BROOKLYN (VALUE $6,000) for a small Farm In New Jersey, within 10 or 30 miles of the city. Owner* only address, lor oue week, M. It., Herald otttoe. rEXOHANOE FOB UNIMPROVED LOTS OR Farm?A cosey new Residence near llackensacki also small convenient House In Brooklyn. Owner, W. 8. PIEKSON, Hutider, 80 and 8J Pine street TO HOTEL MEN.?A FINE HOTEL, WITH SPACIOUS ground*, near depot, one hour Irom New York, all improvements, businem at all seasons, trains at ail hours, to rent; furniture, fixtures, Ac., for sale or exchange. a EDDY A OU, No. 1 Park place. REAL ESTATE WANTED. A FIRST CLASS HOUSE?BETWEEN THIBTY fourth and Flny-nintli streets and Seventh and Lex ington avenues; part cash and a first class house near Sixth avenue and Tenth street Apply to 0. CLINTON. 16 Hudson street, lloboken. C1ASII PAID POR BtJILDINO SITE IN BERGEN OB J Essex county. New Jersey, or Westchester couuty; unencumbered property only wanted; owners only no ticed. Address CASH PURCHASER, Herald office. _ HOU8E AND LOT WANTED-rN WESTCI1K8TER county, l ong Island or New Jersey, near New York, tor which cash and Brooklyn property will tie given. WESLEY WEBBER. 98 Broadway._ House wanted immediately-in a central position, not above Twenty-third street, either to Burcliaso or lease. Apply at 42 Filth avenue, of Dr. E. H. ..JOU, alter 7, evenings. Owners only. Wanted?a city house, ob one on tub nkw llavnn R illroad, in exchange lor a splendid Coun try Seal of 70 acres, one hour in New Jersey, near de pots; line buiiuings, fruit, Ac. I^ELLY BROTHERS, SOS Broadway. TO JLICV b'CJrt iioUMHIM Pl'llI'OSES. ^TTENTION. NOW READY POR OCCUPANCY, NEW FIREPROOF BUILDINO, FULTON, NASSAU AND ANN STBKETS. ELEGANT OFFICES TO RENT IN THE ABOVE FIREPROOF, WELL LOCATED BUILDING, BEINO IN CLOSE PRCIXIMlTY TO THE CITY HALL, THE COURTS, THE POST OFFICE, AC\TAC. OFFICES SUITABLE FOR LAWYERS, BROKERS, BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, AC., AC., CAN BE HAD, SINOLY OB EN SUITE, OF ANY DE8IRED SIZE. FROM 10X12 FEEtTo 26X67 FEET, AT $300, 9400, $300 AND UPWARD TO $12,000, ACCORDING TO SIZE AND LOCATION. ~ THE ABOVE BUILDINO IS COMPLETELY FIREPROOF, BEADY FOR OCCUPANCY, nEATED BY STEAM, AND HAS TWO FIRST CLAS8 PASSENGER ELEVATORS AND ALL MODERN IM PROVEMENTS. RENT OF (SMALL OFFICES. Size. 2d Story. 3d Story. 4th Story. 5th Story. 19.10x23.6 $2,1100 $1.80l< $1,0110 $1,U00 10x24.H 1,880 1,800 1,200 800 I4.fix25.6 1,800 1 BOA 1,200 800 17x26.6 1.8110 1,&U(| 1,200 8tl0 ItlxM SH0 400 350 300 10x12.6 flllO 400 310 300 19.lix39 3,000 2,800 2.1100 1,500 lU.)>x39 3,000 2,COO 2,00!) 1,500 10x12.6 MX) 400 S50 300 19.10x23 1,800 1,600 1,2X11 1,0110 14.6x23 l.fiOO 1,230 1.000 800 14.0x2.1 1.500 1,250 1,0110 800 I7x.S 1,900 1,250 1,000 "J00 lOx M 500 400 350 300 INQUIRIES TO BE MADE OF HOMER MORGAN, NO. > PINE STREET. A?TO I.EASE, WORTH HOUSE, 202 FIFTH AVENUE, ? corner of Twenty-filth street, through to Broadway, lor business or hotel purposes. Apply to W. W. STE PHEN'SOS, 247 Broadwav, room 22. A SMALL STORE AND DWELLING IN WEST Broadway to let Apply to 8. C. SMITH, Frankfort House, 202 William street. _ A SMALL STORE?KOR BAB, LUNCH ROOM OR coffeo and cakes, adjoining entrance; no other on the premises. Apply at Frankfort House, 202 William street, corner Frankfort A?TO RENT OR LEA8B, CALIFORNIA WINE . store, 562 Broadway; used for thts business 12 years; 12x55 and roar extension. Apply on premises. A HANDSOME CORNEB STORE TO LET?WEST side ; elegant windows; reasonable rent; Orst class location. Apply at 697 Sixth avenue, corner Fortieth st. Avery fine corner (fifth avenue) store and Basement, Twenty-sixth street, close to Broad way; rent low. V. K. STEVENSON, Jr.. 11 Pine street k TTENTION.?NO. 78 GRAND STREET, BETWEEN .O. Greene and Wooster. This throe story Building, with two stores in it, to let lor business purposes; rent reasonable. Apply to L. FELDMAN. 343 East Nineteenth street, from 8 to lo A. M. and trom 4 to 8 P. M. BUTCHER'S SHOP IN A GOOD LOCALITY. BEA sons for selling having two places. Apply at 282 West Nineteenth street Bowery lofts to let?nos. 17 and 19, sun*. able r'or manufacturing or any other business; cen tral location, Inqnlrcon tlic premises, of BENJAMIN P. BEKKMAN. Bakery or for confectionery business, with Fixtures, to let or sell, 176 Broadway, Brook lyn, E. l>. j a rare business chance. Inquire at 239 Water street. New York. (10RNER STORE AND CELLAR?WITH 10 rooms ) over store, in Eighth ward, at moderate rent, to lease; all In good order, with possession. JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street Fine lofts?50x100, with or without steam power, to let, suitable for light manufacturing pur poses; also au tlefamt Store, 36 and V Wooster street. IMPORTANT.?PAKTIKS desiring TO RENT BUILD ings, Stores, Lotts, Offices or Basemunts can secure same of the undersigned in most desirable parts of the city. OPtTAVL.S 1ikamson, 320 uud 322 ifroadway. Officio to let.-a pleasant office on third floor; 98 Liberty street; water on same floor. L. W. POND. ON broadway. Three Floors to let or lease. 438 broadway (liquor Itore). QnUM POWER AND ROOM! To LBT cheap.? one O ground Floor, suitable lor heavy work, and others, wood or anv other business, at Twenty-ninth street anu Seveuth avenue. QTEAM POWER.?TO RENT, ONE ROOM, 60X80 FF.ET. O with light on nil sides; very desirable for wood workers; posaamli n at once. Apply to NICHOLS ? SMALL, I.Vi Bunk street. QVQMI AND BASEMENT 2S PRINCE STREET, 28x106. O To lease cheap; a tine plnee lor a cheap groccry and Srovision store, or any business th?t requires room, iook at It. M. S. MYERS, 454 Broome street. STUDIOS IN BUILDING l,2?7 BROADWAY; RENT $2.10 each. Apply to W.S. MBLDRUM, 1,269 Broad way. TO LET-TO A PHYSICIAN, AN OFFICE, IN A house with a dentist. 830 West Thirtieth street TO LET?STORE ON BROADWAY, FIRST FLOOR and Basement 2ft feet by 166, between Franklin and Canal streets; rear entrance for shipping; steam ele vator; good light; all modern improvements. Address LONOSTKKET, Herald office. . TO LET?FIRST CLASS FIRST FLOOR OFFICE, IN 156-7 Broadway, suitable for Insurance, banking, Ac. Apply f TAYLOR A STEARNS, Ne p., Pine street. TO LBT-A FINE LOFT, FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES, at 191 Chatham street. J. MATHEW80N * SON, No. 4 Pine street. TO LET?FIKST FLOOR OK J4 WEST TWENTY eighth street (I6x7u leeu, opposite Apollo Hall, one door from Broadway, suitable tor any business. Apply on premises to Mr KNIGHT. TO LET?THE FOURTH AND FIFTH FLOORS OF 29 Beekman street, between Nassau and William streets, with Power; eaeh floor 22x85I'net I miuire of ROHEIt M FLOCK, Broadway, or .lAMES CONNER'S SONS, corner Centre and Reaoe streets. TO LET-OFFICES. WITH HEAT, WATER AND gas, in318 Broadway. Apply to S. B. HUTcniNGS, 8H John street. r LET?OFFICES IN 307 HltOADWAY. Aiso a loft 23 by 36 feet, in 96 Duane street, secon 1 floor. Apply tos. B. H ttch i N't;s, 38 John street To LIT?OFFICER in 90 hroahwaY. CORNER of Reade street. Apply to A. U. HITCIIINOS, 38 John street TO LET OR LBASE-FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES, amid the hotels, adiointng Broadwav, two three story high atoop Houses, UxliO; will he ulterod to suit tenant; this is a rare opportunity. 114 and 1,372 Broad way. __ UEO. codling M SON. TO LET CHEAP?A LIQUOR OR GROCERY STORE; has been esfaHished lor 20 years as a liquor More, and is the best eorncr in the Ninth ward ; is fitted up, and an excellent corner tor groceries. Apply at 6U6 Hudson street. rPO BE LEASED, LET OK SOLD-PREMISES 714 1 Broadway, 25x1.17.6. Apply by letter or in person at atiove number to S. S. FITCH, M. I). milE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF THE NEW 1 building on Sixth uvenue tabout fiiixS" teeteachi. In the rear ol and connected with 1,2*6 to 1,2f,9 Broadway, between Ihlrty-flm and Thlrt\ -second streets, the whola or uny part ; will be fitted un to suit tenants. Apply to W. S. MEi Did M, 1,2I? Broadway. Q LAROE LOFTS TO LET?VEEY LOW. INQUIRE it on the premise! T. W Iikacher, 77 urrene street *>?? AMITY STREET, ONE BLOCK WEST OF BROAD ?d*J way and Grand Central Hotel?Used as a restaurant the past ten years; large rooms; tine garden; modern im provements; low rent. Can be seen tFoin 10 to 11 A. M. DWELLING HUUREI TO LBT. Kurnl?lieri. Aeeautifullt and fi lly furnished three story hrown stone House, rlose to Sixth avenue, above Forty filth street, to rent very cheap. J.js. I'aLMER, 'J0U sixth a venue._ A LA BOS HOUSE, NEAR SIXTH AVENUE. ON Twenty first street, to rent, lully lurnished ; rent re ?duced tlrom $3W? to $230 per month. JAMBS B. UDWAUDd. 69 West Twvaty-third *Ue?L PWBI.LIMO HOPSKS TO LET. Varnished. A?? DKSIKABLY SITUATED AND EuE ,Faui.'/ furnished Office for a physician in ? private atnlly; Thirty-fourth street, near With avenue: would be jel by thy year to an acceptable gentleuiau. Address L. C., I .ox lis Herald Uptown Branch office. A FAMILY, LEAVING THB CITY, WILL LET THEIR four slorv brown stone Houae, In West Forty seventh street, near Fifth avenue, tally and haudsouiely fur nlahed, tor six month* or year; rent low to desirable party. Address box 5,040 Host office. AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE?RKTWEBN FIFTH AND Madison a venue a, 26 Fiftieth street; 28.1x70, with extension 23xlS; parlors only iurniahed, but in b?statyle; rent very low. Apply as above. A?HOUSES TO LET?FURNISHED AND UNFUR ? nished, in flrst claaa locations, at reduced rents. House and Store on Sixth avenue, $flM) a month. O'DWYriR, asff .sixth a venae. GEOEQE A. CLARKES, 747 BUOADWAY. Houses and apartments lurniahed on ilberal terms. T') LET-FURNISHED, THREE STORY AND BASE inent brick House, 12 rooms; all improvements; Ave minutes' walk ol terries; In Brooklyn. Ap|rty at 21i Broadway, room 6, New York. Q/ITH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE.?FULL ?)t sixo. tully furnished Dwelling; will be rented rea sonably to approved party. V. K. STEVENSON. Jr., U Fine streot Vnlarniihed. A HOUSE TO LET OR LEASE. CHEAP, AT 102 East Twenty-sixth street, next Fourth avenue ; has 16 Rooms. DK. N. DODUE. A FOUR 8TORV ENOLISH BASEMENT BROWN stone House, oil West 'Ihirty-iourth street, west of Broadway, to rent to a flrst class tenant Apply to J.

KOMA1NE BROWN. 1,280Broadway. TO LET?THE THREE STORY HIOH STOOP BROWN stone Dwelling, 1S1 West Forty-ninth street; will be rented low lo a good tcnar.t E. ORIFFITOS, ISStf West Forty ninth street rriO LET?FIRST CLASS FOUR STOKY BROWN x stone House, 21 Forty-sixth street, between Filth and Madison avenues. Appiy to JOHN O. 11IGG1NS, No. 7 Pino street. TO LET?A FIBST CLASS FOUR STORY BROWN gtono House, tn flrst class order, at 123 East Forty sixth street near Lexington aveuue. Can be seen from 10 to 12 A. M. and 3 to 4 P. M. _ TO LET?COTTAGE8 IN I19TH AND 115TII STREETS; $35 a month, Inquire of F. B. TOMLINSON, Jr., 71 Broadway, room 68. TO LET OR FOR SALE?THE FOUR STORY BROWN stono English basemont House, 114 East Thirtieth street. In perfect order; every convenience; rent low to a responsible tenant or a physician. JAMKS DAVIS, Jr., 157 Duane street. TO LET?IN HARLEM, A COTTAOR AND GROUNDS, northeast corner Fifth aveuue and 129th street; runt low, most ol which will betaken in board by owner, a widow lady. Apply on premises. rpo LET?FBENCH ROOF HOUSE, II ROOMS. SEVEN I minutes from Liberty street ferry; gas, hot and cold water, bathroom, stationary washtubs, Ac., Ac.; every wall and celling Iresh painted, four coats; woodwork two extra cdats; cornices and centre pieces fancy painted, lour colors; ront $00 per month. Apply to A. M. CAPEN, 861 Broadway. TO LET?THRRE STOKY HIOH STOOP BROWN stone House, Prospect place, between Forty-second and Forty-third streets; low rent. Apply ta W. S. MEL DRUM, 1,261) Broadway. TO LET?109 AMITY STREET, THREE STORY BRICK House, 10 rooms; all modern improvements and in first rate order. JOHN ROSS, 58 Eighth avenue. TO LET-TWO. ELEGANT BROWN STONE HOUSES in West Filty-lllth street; rent $1,700. RS. GOLDEN A CO., 957 Sixth avenue. TO RENT?FIRST CLASS FLOORS ON BROADWAY, near Thirty-second street; all convenlenres; com plete order; suitable tor housekeeping or business pur poses. A, C. LOO MIS, 1,254 Broadway. TO RENT?FOUR STORY STORE 291 WEST STRBET, opposite People's Line steamboats: very moderate rent; fine wide street JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson st FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET. A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, WITH PANTltY and water, to rent tor housekeeping, at $5 per week, at 163 West Thlrty-tirst street A PLEASANT, WELL FURNISHED UPPER APART mcnt; gas, Ac.; $3 to a aulet, Permanent gentleman only; reference desired. No. 6 St. Mark's place, near Broadway and Cooper Institute; others soon. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED LARGE FRONT Room to man and wife, or single gentlemen; bouse private; occupied by owner; all modern improvements; neighborhood desirable. Inquire at 319 East Thirteenth street A PARTY OP TWO OB THREE GENTLEMEN CAN have Rooms on second or third floor, newly lur nished. in a house with private family. 118 Hast Twenty seventh street, between Lexington and Pourth avenues. Avery dksirable upper part op house All modern improvements;bath, laundry. Ac.; new ly painted; in first cliiss order; rent low. Inquire at KM West Eleventh street AT #1 PIPTH AVENUE-PAItTIES CAN NOW MAKE arrangements for elegant furnished or unfurnished Apartments, en suite or singly, without hoard ; also front Basement for doctor's office. The house is being newly fitted and furnished. A GENTLEMAN OP UNEXCEPTIONABLE CHAR acter and habit* can have a pleasant third story front Room, well turnlshed, without hoards all conven iences; family three adults; special attention will be Said to the comiort of the right party. Address HOME, [erald Uptown Hranch office. Furnished room to let-for lioht housk keeping. Inquire at No. 1 Blceckcr street, third floor. Fine basement?suitable por physician; Suit of Rooms on second floor, furnished in superior manner; one single Room lor gentlemen only; house op posite St. .lames, f7 West Twenty-sixth street. IN A PRIVATE PAMILY, A HANDSOMELY PUR nlshed Kloor, all conveniences lor housekeeping, or single gentlemen; reference required; rent moderate. HI2 West Nineteenth street, first house west of Sixth avenue. TO LET?PURNI8HED, A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM and Bedroom;.suitable tor light housekeeping; $6 per week. 3ol West Thirty-llrst street TO LET-A LARGE FURNISHED ROOM ON THE first floor, suitable for business; piano, closet, with water, Ac. 1,371 BrouUway, between Thirty-seventh and TTilrty-eighth streets. GEO. BODLING A SON. TO LET-A FURNISHED ROOM, WITHOUT BOARD, to one or two gentlemen; gas, hath, Ac.; moderate terms. Apply at 137 East Fortieth street, first house east of Lexington avenue. TO LET?TWO NICE ROOMS, TOGETHER OR SEl'A rate, furnished or unfurnished, suitable tor a dentist or physician. 334 Ninth avenue, corner Twenty ninth street, opposite Elevated Railroad and stage depot TO LET-NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENTS, SUIT able for housekeeping. In private house 228 West Eleventh street, to a small family of adult*; rooms very large; neighborhood lirst class; rents reasonable. TWO LET-THREE BEAUTIFUL FRONT CORNER Rooms, handsomely furnished, with parlor, piano, bath; all conveniences tor light housekeeping ; use <>f kitchen and laundry if required; terms reasonable. 1S8^ Second avenue, southeast corner of Tenth street En trance on Tenth street 8 WEST 14TH STREET.?A SET OP HANDSOMELY furnished Rooms to lot, without board; near Deimon ico; terms moderate. MTH STREET. NEAR DELMONICO'S.?AN ELEG second Floor?parlor, bed and dressing rooms, bath, closet, hot and cold water; also third story trout Room. Address II., box 4.846 Post office. MTH STREKT.-A HANDSOME LARGE ROOM, newly tarnished, to rent, to gentlemen only. Ap ply at 92 West Fourteenth street "I K WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, OPPOSITE ST. L?J James Hotel.?An elegantly furnished second storv large front Room, with fine closets and hath adjoining; also large hall Bedroom to let References. Ati PLACE, OPPOSITE WESTMINSTER rrl) Hotel.?Handsomely furnished Rooms, en suite or ingle; location central and quiet CQ WEST TWENTY-F URTH STREET.?TWO LARGE >)*7 well furnished Rooms on third floor, tG and 97 u week | family private. ?>A WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREKT, NEAR BROAD OVJ way.?A nicely furnished tront Kooui, on second floor, to let, with running water and bathroom, in a French famiiy; moderate urice. King twice. 1A Q WEST FORTY-FIRST STREET, BETWEEN Itv sixth avenue and Broadwav.?Three Rooms lor gentlemen; reception itooni. suitable tor a physician, furniture, Ac., new; without board. Q4Q WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.-A FUR nlshed Room to let for two gentlemen, with the privilege of tiie parlor. In a first class private house, lie ut low. INFIR.MHHED ROM MS A.\I> APART 1*1 KMT >4 TO I.RT. A FIRST FLOOR TO LET-OVER THE STORK 420 Fourth avenue, near Twenty-ninth street; five rooms; Improvement* Apply to owner, on the premises, from 12 to 2 o'clock. A PARLOR, WITH MARBLE MANTEL, CHANDB* tier; Kitchen, with wash trays; large Bedroom; separate metre; >22. Inquire on premises, 74 Third ave nue. J. REED. A HANDSOME FLOOR TO LET-CORNER HOUSE, overlooking Reservoir Park; verv pleasant rooms; Immediate occupancy. Apply at 697 Sixth avenue, cor ner Fortieth street French flat to let-cheap, in a nice house ; cheap rent with all Improvements; $20. 44* West Thirty-filth street; ring No. 2 bell., east side, for house kee per. TO LET-TWO LARGE SIZE FRONT ROOMS; water, gas, closet, Ac.; to a small family only. 1,372 Broadwav. r) LET?THREE ROOMS ON THIRD FLOOR OF flrst class brown stone house, 443 Went Fifty-first street; rent $2.Y Inquire on premises. TO LRT?SEVEN ROOMS, SIX ON THE SRCOND floor and one on the third (private house), suitable for housekeeping; 746 East Fifth street, near avenue D; rent $60, with gas; all Improvement* mo LET-FOUR ROOMS, TRIED FLOOR; yUIET LO 1 cation, at 204 hast Twenty-first street. _____ TO LRT?IN PRIVATE HOUSE, WITH OWNER, AT 225 East 116th street, near Third avenue, a large Third Floor; all Improvements; Immediate possession; rent $26; small family. Call as ahova. To LRT 119 WEST NINETEENTH STREET, FIVE Rooms, with um of bath. Particulars ou the prctn I w?*i KUROPBAV STEAMSHIPS. CtONAED LINK. J THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS, BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT CORK HARBOR. FROM NEW YORK. ?SCOTIA Wed., Mav 7 ALGERIA Wed., May It ?RUSSIA Wed.. May *1 ?JAVA Wed., May 2S ?CUBA Wed , June 4 ABYSSINIA....Hat. May 19 BATAVIA Sat, May 17 CALABRIA....Hat., May 24 PARTHIA Sat. May 31 SAMARIA Hat, June 7 steamers marked thus (?) < lo not carry steerage pas sengers. And every following WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY from New York. Rates o( Passage?Cabin, $4), $100 and $110, gold, ac cording to accommodation. Tickets to Paris, $15. gold, additional Return ticket) on favorable terms. Steer age. $90. currency. Steerage tickets from Liverpool and Queenstown and all parti ot Europe at lowest rate*, For ireigbt and cabin pasaamapply at the Company's office. No. 4 Bowl Trl,^"Buildup. P4Ma"e' N? U1 Bru*dw^' _ CHAB. O. PBANCKLYN. Agent, New York, 0r *5 ^ <*? H. DUVERNET, WmUfOhlt and Itqndolph streets, Chicago, 111. pASSKNOKRS PER STEAMSHIP ABYSSINIA KM 7" ? *f.i. ? i.unard wharf, foot of Grand street, Jernftv Olty, at 3 P. M., on Saturday. May ID. _ t-HAH. {,. francklyn, No. 4 Rowling t'reen. N. Y. THE HAMBURU-aMKRICAN PAUKET COMPANY'S irou mail steamship HAMMONTA, Captain Voss, will sail on Thursday, May 15, at S P. M., (or Hamburg, taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg ana Hamburg. First Cabin, $120. Second Cabin, $73. Steerage, $&>, payable in United Stales gold. KUNHARUTA CO., C. B. KIOHARD A BOAS, (icm-nil Agent*. General Passenger Areata, 61 Broad street. New York. #1 Broadway, New York. The HOi SaTl A will sail May 22. The VANDALIA as extra steamer direct May 17. North german lloyd steamship company. For Southampton and Bremen. The steamship KHI.1N, Captain .1. C. Meyer, will sail on Saturday, May 10, at 2 P. M., trout Bremen pier, ibot of Third street, Hohoken, to he followed by steainshi|> NEW YOKK, Captain K. KlugkUt, on Wednesday, May 14. __ RATES OK PASSAGE TO london, HAVRE AND BREMEN, payablo'lngold or its equivalent in currency. First i aiiln $130 Second Cabin 73 Steerage 31) for irei?hi or passage ap^iljMo ELRIChS A CO., Agents, No. 2 Bowling Greou. 0 NLY DIRECT LINE TO PRANCE. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S mail STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT BREST. The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Con tinent will sail trom pier No. SO North River, as fol WASHINGTON, Roussan Saturday, May 17 VILLE DE PARIS Saturday, May 11 VILLK DIJ HAVRE. Surmont Saturday, June 14 PKREIRK, Daure Saturday. June 28 PRICE OP PASSAGE IN GOLD Including Wine) TO BREST OR HAVRE. First Cabin,'$125 . Second Cabin. $71 Excursion Tickets at reduced rates. These steamers do not carry steerage passengers. American travellers going to or returning from, the Continent of Europe, by taking this line, avoid both transit by English railway and the discomforts of cross lug the Channel, besides saving time, trouble afrl ex pense. GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent. 53 Broadway. NOTE.?Railroad tickets between Paris and Vienna tarnished at reduced ratqs. Anchor line. Steamers sail trom pier 20 North River. Now York, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. VICTORIA Sat., May 10 OLYMPIA....Wed.. June 4 ANGLIA Sat., May 17 INDIA Sat.. June 7 EUROPa Sat., May 24 COLUMBIA. .Wed., June 11 TRINACRIA.. Wed., May 2ft AUSTRALIA...Hat. June 14 CALIFORNIA..Sat.. May 31 ISM.YLIA... Wed.. June 18 Tne passenger accommodations on ste mers of this line are unsurpassed tor elegance and comfort Cabin state rooms are all on upper deck, thus sccuriug good light and ventilation. RATES OP PA8SAGE. TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamers. Wednesday steamers. Gold. Currency. Cabins $75 and $65 $75 and $G5 Cabin return tickets, secur ing best accommodations.. $130 $130 STEERAGE, $30 CURRENCY. Tickets for passage to or from any seuport or railway station in Great Britain, Ireland or the Continent issued at lowest rates. DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES. Company's offices, No. 7 Bowling Green, New York. HENDERSON BROTUERS. Agents. Just published, "The Trip to Europe," a magazine of information lor ocean travellers; can be hail free of charge on application. ROOK'S FOREIGN TOURS. Passengers booked by any line of steamers to all parts of Ireland Scotland, England, Germany, The Rhine, Switzerland. Vienna, Italy, France, *c., Ac., at great reductions from ordinary rates. COOK, SON AND JENKINS, 202 Broadway, N. Y. Cook's EXCURSIONIST for May, now ready, gives full particulars as to the cost and expense ot over 1.UU0 dil i'erent lours. Price 10 cents, by mail, prepaid. Great western steamship line. New York to Bristol (England) direct, taking goods anil passengers lor l<ondon, Cardiff, Newport, Gloucester and all ports in Bristol Channel. Tim steamers of this line will sail Irom pier 18 East River as follows ARRAGON, Western Saturday, May 17 LAPLAND Wednesday, June 4 LADY LYCETTE Wednesday, Juno 18 GREAT WESTERN Wednesday, July X New steamer now building. Cabin passago $70 currency I Steerage.. ..$30 currency Parties wishing to send for their friends can obtain prepaid rertittraics. Drafts for ?1 and upwards. For freight or passage apgjy u> MORGAN'S SONS, 70 South street, New York. UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.?STEAM TO QUEENS town and Liverpool. Sailing every Wednesday. NEVADA, Forayth May 14, at 3 P. M. WYOMING, Price May *1, at I? P. M. Prom pier 46 North River. Cabin passage, $.so cold ; steerage, $30 currency. Prepaid tickets, $32 currency. Passengers booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, Nor wav and Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, ? tig laud, France and Germany, at lowest rates. Apply to WILLIAMS A UUION, 2?J Broadway. FOR CARDIFF. BRISTOL. LONDON, and all oilier points in England and Wales. The steamers of this lino will sail from Pennsylvania Rail road whurf, Jersey City, as follows: ? I'EMBROKR May 24 GLAMORGAN ? June 14 Rates of Passage. Cabins, 905 ,$75 and $80 currency; Steerage, $::0. Prepaid steerage ecriiflcates from Card iff, $33. Draitsior?l and upwards. For further particulars annly to ARCHIBALD BAXTER A CO., Agents. 17 Broadway. Sjtate LINE. 5 TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. BELFAST AND Londonderry. VIRGINIA SAILS june 11, from the company's doek, Fulton terry, Brooklyn. SUPERIOR PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS. Cabin, $H0 and $60, gold; steerage, $.10, currencv DRAFTS ISKUKD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE. For freight or passage applv to AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., Agents, Steerage office 45 Broadway. 72 Broadway. 1NMAN LINE. For Queenstown and Liverpool. Royal Mall steamers are appointed to sail astollows:? city OF MONTREAL Saturday, May 10, 2 P. M. city OF HRI8TOI Thursday. May 15, 5 A. M. city OF BROOKLYN Saturday, May 17,10 A. M. CITT OF WASHINGTON Thursday, May 22, 2 P. M. oity OF ANTWBRP Saturday. May 24, 2 P. M. city OF BALTIMORE Thursday, May 29, 8 A. M and each su< eeediug Saturday and Thursday, from pier 46 North River. RATES OF PASSAGE. Cabin, $85 and $100. gold, according to accommodation. Round trip tickets at low rates. Stasrage?To Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Lon aonderry, London, Bristol or Cardiff, $30. Prepaid certlfl cntes, $32, currency. ? Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Paris at reduced rates. Drafts issued at lowest rates. For eabin passage and general business apply at the company's office, 15 Broadway. For steerage passage at S3 Broadway. JOHN O. DALB. Agent, or to O'Domiiu A Faulk, 403 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. M. s, ( RKicn, 102 State street, Boston. F. C. Bbown, 86 South Market street, Chicago. W?. I.Niii.N, Liverpool, and No. 9 Roe Scribe, Paris. WIIITFORr?rhKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. carrying the united states mail. New and Inll-powered steamships. Sailing from New York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor each wav OCEANIC Saturday. May 10, at 8 -30 P. M. ADRIATIC ..j...May 24. at3 P. M. BALTIC Saturday. Mav SI. at 8 JO A. M. CELTIC Saturday. June 7, at 2 P. M. ?From the White star dock, Paronte fewy. Jersey City. PawKsniwr accommodations fof ID clames unrivalled, combining safety, spaed and comfort Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms In midship section, where least motion Is felt Surgeons and stewardess accompany the steamer. Rates?Saloon, SinO irnld ; steerage, $30 in cnrrency. Those wishing to send for friends in the old country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates. $.12currency. Passengers booked to or from all parts of America to Paris, Hamburg. Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac. Drafts from ?1 upwards. For Inspection of plans and other Information apply at the eompanv's office, 19 Broadway, New York. Bills of lading issoed to Continental ports. J. II. SPARKS, Agent. National line of steamers. Weekly to Queenstown and Liverpool; fortnightly . _ f i-ondon direct, TO QUEENSTOWN AND liverpool irom piers 44 and 47 North River. EGYPT, Grogan Saturday, May 10, at8 P. M. CANADA, Wehster Saturday. Mav 17, at# A. M. SPAIN. Grace Saturday, Mav 24, at 3 P. M. FRANCE, Thomson Wednesday. May 28, at3 P. M rOR LONDON DiRECT. _ THESE steamships ARK tiik larokst in the tradb. Cabin passage-$80, $90 and $100, cnrrency. Excnrslon $itiOand $m Prepaid stccragMJrkets I rom" IAverpool Qtie.e n 3 to wn, u,ld,,itfc7p^a?,^N<B^!fNYBV1Vr,V?^fNr 60 BrVa" wa" UNITED STATES PASSPORT BUREAU.?OFFICIAL Passports of the Department ot State issued bv A. C WILI.MARTH, United States Court House, 41 Cbara hers street. _______ European travellers will find trunks for state rooms and Continental al!jl Rugs for the steamers, ia., at JOHN CATTNACHliJjJ Broadway, near Aator place orwBOved from corner Vioadwar Md WaU street) COASTWISE HTKAM8HIP8. PACIFIC MAIL 8TBAMSHIP COMPANY'S Line to _ CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AMD CHINA, via Panama. carrying mails, passenger* and freight to AspinwaH. Panama. Santa Martha, Ureytown and Pacific coast or Mexico, central America, Peru and Chile. May 10?Steamer COLON, Captain 8. P. Ortmn. will leave uter 42 North River, at 12 o clock noou, lor Ajpl# wall direct, connecting at Panama with the steaper OREAT REPUBLIC, Captain Caverley, touching' at Aua pulco. Mauzanillo and Mazatlas; also connecting for all Central American ami South Pacific porta. Departure* ol lUtli and 20th of each moiikh conuect with the compa ny's s learner, touching at .San Bo into, Tonata, SalinaCriu and Fort Angel. _ , Steamer COLORADO wUl leave San Francisco MayJL 1873, lor Japan and China. For rates of pannage, freight and ail other Inicrmation apply at company's office on the pier, loot ol' Canal street. . F. R. BABY. Agent Direct link to havana, Progresso aud Vera Cruz. New York and Mexican Mail Steamship Line, leaving pier No. 1 North itiver. at 3 I'. M EVERY THURSDAY. CITY OK MERIDA (Havana only) May IS city OK MEXICO (Havana and Mexico) May? CITY OK HAVANA (Havana only) ...Mart* CITY OK MKHIDA (Havana only) ....June ? Kor freight or passage a K. ALEXANDRE A SONS, 33 Broadway. Atlas steamship company. Kor Liverpool direct The full-powered, fast-sailing iron screw steamer JAMAICAN, 2,300 tons. Captain Robert Watson, of the West India and Paolfle Royal Mail Coinpanys line, will leave New York oathcWtfc inst. for Liverpool direct. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed lor elegauce and comfort. Only first class passengers carried. Kare $80 carrency. For freight and passage apply to PIM, FORWOOD A CO., 59 Pine and M Wall street NEW YORK AND BERMUDA STEAMSHIP LIMB. Kor Hamilton and St George, Bermuda, carrying the United States Mail, anil sailing as follows:? Steamship ALU KM ABLE, Read, mastor, Thursday, May Ti, at 3 o'clock P. M., from pier 37 North River. Steamship 11 ATrKR AS, Lawrence, master. Thursday. May 15, at 3 o'clock P. M., from pier 37 North River. Kor freight or passage, having elegant accommoda tions, apply to LUNT BROTH ERS, ? 28 South street Passage $30. cold. Excursion tickets issued Tor the round trip at $40, (old N EW YORK AND HAYANA DIRECT MAIL LINB. These first class steamships will sail every Tuesday at 3 P. M., from pier 13 North River (foot of Cedar streett for Havana direct, as follows WILMINGTON May IS MORRO CASTLE ?MarW CRESCENT CITY ?. .. .May tf Supplementary mail on pier at a quarter to three F. H on day of sailing. Kor freight or passage (having magnifioent aeconmo datlons) apply to WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO., No. 0 Bowling Green. D. McKELLER Agent In Havana. Texas line ok Galveston steamers, touch. ing at Key West, carrying the United States mall. The steamer CITY OK HOUSTON, Captain Deerlng, is now receiving freight at pier 20 East Klver, and will sail oil Saturday, May 10. Through bills or lading given to Houston, either by the G., H. and H. R. R. or by the Houston Direct Navigation Company, and to all points on the Galveston, Houston and Henderson and B., B. andC. Railroad. No charge for forwarding In New York. For freight or passage apply to C. H. MALLOKY A CO.. lss Maiden lane, or W. P. CLYDE A CO., 119 Wall street FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LIMB. The steamship SHERMAN, from Pier 30 North Rivor, on Saturday, May 10, at 3 o'clock P. M. Freight received dally. Through rates given to St Louis, Vicksburg, Mobile, Galveston and Indlanola. Kor freight or passage, having superior accommoda tion, apply to FREDERIC BAKER, 30 Broadway. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.?SOUTHERN LINB. The A1 steamer CITY OF DALLAS, Captain ?> wll^ leave pier 21 East River, on Wednesday, May7,at4 Freight received dally. Through rates given to Galves ton, Indlanola, Rockport or Aranzas Wharf, Brazos San tiago and St r<ouis. Cabin passage, $50; steerage, $23. Kor freight or passage (having superior accominoda 11 oils) apply to C. H. MALLORY ? CO., L5.S Maiden lane. IjlOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. 1 The Cromwell steamship Line. The steamship CORTES, Captain Frank Kemhle. will leave pier No. 9 North River, on Saturday, May 10, at 3 P. M. Freight received daily. Through rates given to Galveston, fndianola, Rocklortor Aranzas wharf, Brazos, Santiago and St Louis. Cabin passage, $50; steerage $25. For freight or pas sage apply to CLARK A SEAMAN, 86 West street FOR NORFOLK. CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.? The Old Dominion Steamship Company will despatch from pier 37, North River, their elegantsiilewheel steam ship oLI) DOMINION, Walker, commander, for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Saturday, May 10, at 3 P. M., giving through hills of lading to all points South and Southwest. Through passenger tickets issued to aU points. Accommodations unequalled. Apply at pier 37 or at the general office, 187 Greenwich street, corner of Dey. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. CITIZENS' LINK KOR TKOY-PASSAGB $1 50.-THR elegant steamboats SUNNYSLDE and POWELL leave pier 49 North Kiver, foot of Leroy street, daily (Saturdays excepted), at 6 o'clock P. M., connecting with morning trains on Rensselaer and Saratoga, New York Central aud Troy and Boaton railroads for ail points North, East and West The most direct route to Sarato ga, Luke George aud Montreal. Through tickets sold and baggage checked to destination. JOSEPH CORNELL, Superintendent F~" ALL RIVER LINK TO BOSTON, via Hewport and Fall River. The world-renownea steamers BRISTOL and PROVT DENCE leave pier 28 North River, foot or Murray street; dally (Sundays excepted) at ft P. M. A. P. BACON, Superintendent ENN SYLVA N liT~ RAILROAD. Trains leave New York, from foot of Desbrosees and Cortlandt streets, as follows Express for Harrisburg, Pittsburg, the West and South, with Pullman Palace Cars attached, 9 JO A. M., S, 7 all 8 JO P. M. Sunday, 5,7,83(1 P. M. For Baltimore, Washington and the South at 9 A. M., L. 9 P. M. Sunday, 9 P. M. Express lor Philadelphia. 8, 9, 930 A. M., 12:%, 1, 4, 8, (, 8:3", 9 P. M., and 12 night Sunday, 0 8:10 and 9 P. M. For Philadelphia, via Kensington, at 7 A. M. aud I P. M. Emigrant and second class, 7:15 P. M. .... ? For Newark, at 6, 6:30. 7, 7:40, 8:10, 9, 10, II, 11:40 A. M.; 12, I, 2. 2:30, S, S:20, 3:40, 4:10, 4 JO, 5:10.8:20, 5 JO, 5M, 6, ?:lo, 6:30, 7, 7 JO, 8:10, 9, 10. 11:30, 12 P. M. Sunday, & *30 6 8 *10 9 p N For Elizabeth, 6, fl JO. 7, 7:40, 8, 8:10. 9,10, II. 11:40 A. 12 M.; 12:30. 1, 2, 2:30. 3. 3:20, 3:40, 4, 4 JO, 4:30, 5:20, 9 :30, 6 M, 6, 6:10, 6 JO, 7 JO, 8:10, 10, U JO, 12 P. M. Sun day, 5:20, 6 and 8:10 1*. M. For Railway,6, 0:30, 7, 8:10, 9:30 and 10 A. M.; 12 noon; 1, 2. 2:30, 3, 3 :20, 3:40, 4:10, 4:30, 5:20, 5:30, 6 :50, 6. 6 JO. 7:30, 8:10, 10 P. M. and 12 night 8unday, 6:20 and 6 P. M. For Woodbridge nnd Perth Amboy, 6 and 10A.1L, 2J8, 3,40, 4 JO and ft :50 P. M. For New Brunswick, 7. 10 A. M., 12 M., 1, 2. 3, 4:10, 5:10, 8, 9 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday S and 9 P. M. For East Millstone, 7 A. M , 12 noon, 4:10 and 6.20 P, M. For Lamliertvlllc and Flemington, 9AM and 2 P. M. For Phillipsburg and Belvldere, 2 and 4 1'. M. Accommodation lor Bordentown, Burlington and-Cam* den. 7 and 9:30 A. M., 12 JO, 2,3, 4 and 6 P. M. For Freehold. 7, 8 A. M., 2 and 4 P. M. For Jmnesburg, Pemherion, Camden, 6 A. M., and, via boat irom Pier No. 1, 3:49 P. M. Trains arrive as lollows:?From Pittsburg, 6 JO A. M., 1? P. M., daily, 10:14 A. M. and 6J4 P. M., daily, except Monday. From Washington nnd Baltimore, 6:40 A. M.. 4 :5i, 10:12 P. M.; Sunday. 6:40 A. M. From Philadel Jllla, 5:21, 6:51; 10:14, 11:04, 11:5? A. M., 2:14, 3:54, 6AM, :43 J*. M ; Suhday, 5 *L 6:50, 11 gM A. M. Ticket offices, 526, 43ft, 271 und 944 Broadway, No. 1 Astor House and loot of Desbrosses and Cortlandt street*. Emigrant Ticket office, No. 8 Battery plaec. A. J. CA8SATT, D. M. BOYD, Jr., General Manager. General Passenger Agent EXCIJR8IOS g. IilOR EXCURSION8.-THE FIUST CLASS STEAM 1 boats JESSE 1IOYT and NORWALK. Iona Island. Dudleys, Raritan Beach, and Spring 11111 droves ana Aldcrtiey Park. Barges and steamboats of all kinds. J. A E. MYERS, 371 Wert, corner Morton street. RONDOCT AND KING8TON, LANDING AT COZZBNS Cornwall, Ncwburg, Milton, Poughkeepsle and E*o pus.?The steamboats THOMAS CORNELL and JAMES w. BALDWIN leave Harrison street, pier 34 North River, dally at 4 o'clock P. M. THE NEW JERSEY SOUTHERN RAILROAD COM paiiy call attention to their extraordinary facilities lor the accommodation of Excursion Parties the coming sea sou. With their steamers PLYMOCTH ROCK, LONO BRANCH and JESSE UoYT aud their elegant new Ex. cursion House and twenty acres of adjoining land at Lone Branch, they are prepared to make engagements with churches, schools, societies, Ac., for large or small parties, at low rates. Send lor circular. G. W. BENTLKY, General Manager. 120 Broadway, New York. Wa. J. Shkdxx, superintendent, Umg Branch. N. J. N PROPOSALS. TOTIUE TO CONTRACTORS ?PROPOSALS WILL BR recei\cd at the Engineer's offices of the Erie Rail way, Grand Opera House, corner Twenty-third street and Eighth avenue. New York city, nntil noon oi Mon day, May 19,1873, lor the grading and masonry upon the sec ond track of the Erie Railway on the tollowlng por tions ol its road, viz From Lackawaxen to Narrowsbnrg, HX miles. From Lordville to Hancock, 10>> miles. From Attica to Lancaster. ? miles. ... The work will be divided into sections of about one mile each, and bids will be received for one or more sec tions. Blanks lor proposals and specifications may to obtained lrom_ Mr. G. Fay. Engineer in charge, Narrowsborg; Mr. A. R. Trew, Engineer In charge, Buffalo, who will lurnish such further information as may to re auired. The work to l>e completed within 90 days from ie awarding of the contract or sooner If possible. Contractors doing their work promptly and well will have the preicrencc in further lettings, which are ex pected to cover some 75 milos more ol double track work this season. .... . .. The company reserves the right of rejecting any or all b,d*' O. CHANOTE. Chief Engineer. HT^tso*, President MatS. 1873. \ MTOKAUK, A ^-storage. . STORAGE for FURNITURE, PIANOS, MIRRORS, PAINTINGS. Ac.s ALSO CARRIAGES. WAGONS, Ac., at the NEW FIRST CLASS WAREHOUSE, built expressly lor the purpose, 102 TO 114 EAST THIRTY-9BOONl> STREET, NEAR FOURTH AVENUE. TRUNKS. CASKS and other PACKAGES containing articles of EXTRA VALUE can be stored with SAFETY at low rates. Persons can inrwanl their goods from any part of EU ROPE or AMERICA direct to this wnrelioiise. THE PUBLIOIs invited to examine the superior ac commodation*, light, ventilation, saiety, Ac., which thia warehouse possesses over all others. JOHN H. MORRELL, Owner and Proprietor. STORAQl FOR FURNITURE. PIANOS, BAGGAGE, STORAGE FOR FURNITURE, PIANOS, BAGG AGE, Ac., and injured: all goods placed In separata room-. C. E. FOGG t CO., 164 and 1HI Fulton street, Brooklyn Also money advancol on same. We have our own carts. glTOBAGB. FOR FURNITURE. PIANOS, BAGGAGE. 3 ?c., in separate, closed rooms; the lowest storage rates in the cify MICH ALES A SON, 38, 40 wa 42 CAKMiNE 8TBI6T. WfcAB BLEKGISB*

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