Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 10, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 10, 1873 Page 2
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CITY RFAIi ESTATK KOK SAI.K. Central. A?A.-A.-FOF 8ALI . ATA SACRIFICE, A FIRST ,? class four story high stoop hrown stone House, li2.2x.Vi. tAfoot Lot on ?fs u1e 01 Mudlbon avenue, bOleet south of Seventy-lourtli sin . t clear view to Park: three floors in bard w?od, parlor t',< or cabinet work by Pottier A Stymus, with library, butler's j antry, mantel mirror*. Ac. Also ? first clues House 01 similar dimensions mul superior finiftli on Madison avenue, 2S teet ironi the southeast corner of Sixty-first street. Terms to .-.lilt: prooil location; lots tuken in paynu 111; houses open lor inspec tion. lnuutre of owner, A. Kl.AhKli, at bis marble works, IS! East Eighteenth street. AT A BARGAIN?A TURKU STORY HIGH STOOl* stone House, Thirty-sixth rtrcet. near Broadway, In Una order; possession. S. EDDY jk CO., No. 1 Park place. A SUPERB modern MEDIUM SIZED HOUKE On I'ark avenue, between Thirty.seventh aad Thir ty-eighth streets, lor sale ; loautinilfv fitted up and ar ranged. K. 11. l.UHl.UW a CO., No. ?1'lne street FOK SALE-AN ELI01BLE LOT ON NINETIETH street, about feet cast ot Fourth avenue; price $6,000. HOMER NOKGAN, No. 3Pine street. lOKTii 8TRBET?$25,oon.?supebiob plot of ljuo three Lots, extra size, oxiendimr by one lot to 124th street, near Sixth avenue boulevard; very advan tageous for dwelling and stable, or investment Apply to stephens, bros., 187 Broadway, or to HOMER MOR GAN, Not 2 Pint street ??__ AHA ?FOR sale, PARTIALLY ECR W^^iUUU, ni-hed, u four story English basement House, in Forty-third street, near Broadway. Apply to W. 4 E. A. CRCIKSHANK, corner Broadway, Seventh avuuue anil Forty-fourth street. ____________ $AQ AAA ?WEST TillRTY-EIGHTH STREET, between Fifth uud Sixth avenues, u de airable four story brown stoue House, ilxftftxlo1, in first class order. t." II- LUDLOW a CO., No. 3 Pine street^ ' Gatt Side. / A-FIFTY-BIGHTH STREET, NEAR ?Jjf\DTSON AV . enue, and convenient to Filth arrenue, entrnnce to Central Park, three excavatedJotyfor sale reasonably; ready tor building. \. K. bThVr.^sON. Jr., 11 Pino st_ Fob sale?the raw^iS five story store, Ajxi&.o, ll? Ghambaffg street, near Church street, MjyflKK MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street. 3DAVENUE.-/fUB FIVE STORY HROWN STONE . Hou^anflrtot, 1,376 Third avenue, between Seventy Se^nty ninth streets; bargain ii sold inline ""ytCly. Apply at 76 Third avenue, in the store. ' 0<)Q EAST FORTY-EIGHTH STREET ?FOUR STORY zj jO high stoop brown stone, 14x66x100; $11,OK); splendid order; possession at once; terms easy. Apply on premises, or to L. MENDELSON, 76 Nassau street. 'Went Side. AN ENTIRE FRONT ON NEW AVENUE AND 10IITH street (entrance to Pnrl:) tor sale, exceedingly low to prompt purchaser; terms liberal. V- K. STEVENSON, Jr., 11 Pine street A^INK PLOT OF FOUR LOTS FOR SALE?ON TIIE Eighth avenue, below 100th street; price very rea aonable. B. H. LUDLOW & CO., No. 3 Pine street. A?GRAND boulevard, ' NEAR EIGHTIETH *. '"?roet.?loot Lot, superbly located, lor sale at a special bargain. V. K. HrEVKNSON, Jr., il Pine st. Boulevard, between sixty-eighth and six ?treeta.?For sale, two Lots, ol extra width; price fc$,000cach. E. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine street. IfllflHTII OR CENTRAL PARK AVENUE, CORNER ? i , street?lour Lots: uninterrupted views of Cen trai Park; price low; term* easy: n bargain. V. K. STEVENSON, Jr., II Pine street. six lot8 on tenth AVENUE AND ^DoBE,Knt'aCafy' APP'y JAM,iS For rale?at a bargain, an excellent mod. crn small House, In Filth ward, near Canal street; ?.? uC^? gaN^ .'; I",t nillch l'ash required. Also cheapsmall House acd Lot In York street, near Canal "reel; would make a good shop or stable. JAMES PRICE. 200 Hudson street. FOR sale?THE BALANCE OF THE 800 BROWN m ?mn .^U?iP.!>??,? v? Forty.second street, west side, uoO $16,000 to $100,000, at great bargains. M. 8. FRIEND, 703 Seventh avenue. C^TII STREET. CONVENIENT To BROADWAY AND Ul Central Park, 2ftx200, near Ninth avenue; high ground; one or both lota at a decided bargain; halt cash. __ ^ ? E. HI ENSON, Jr., 11 Pine street. OOD 8TRCT.T, 64 FEET ONLY OUT OF THE ORAND h??5,rd->0,!r mn Lots '? lowMt.lf ?"ld to-day; eacn but $8,000; easy term*. * . V. K. STBVEN8QN, Jr., 11 Pine street. I <fc1 2 fJOO ~nUE C"EA,PEST THREE STORY I Sir! V/ House and Lot in this city, 21x50x100, high stoop, 14 rooms, in perfect order, with all modem ' improvements, gas fixtures included; $a,(mo cash and balance on mortgage. 421 West Twenty-eighth street. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR ?*T.? _____ AND TO LET. JJERALD BRANCH oHct-BBOOKLYN.' ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONO ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM K A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY FR(7m 3 TO 9 P. M. CARRIERS and AGENTS' department NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. IpOR SALE?IN BROOKLYN, CHEAP, A FIRST CLASS ' Corner Property, only lew Mocks from City Hall. iUJli8,&?&?Jfke,7 or_ fift*?1"-*- Apply to KOLOWRAT A GOLDSCHMIDT. No. 7 Wihoughby street, Brooklyn. FOR SALE?several plots ok lots on grerne and l.ewis avenues, including three coracrs, ad mirably adapted tor villa .sites, offered at the exceedingly low price of $875 each: streets paved; gas and water; first cla.sn neighborhood; terms to .?uiu DRAKE I CO., No. 9 Willoughby street. TO LET-Fl RNIsHED OR V.VFl'RNISHED, A House, containing 13 rooms. In complete repair, witn all Jie modern improvements. situated on the cor ner or stuyvrsant avenue and Decatur strict, Brooklyn. TO LEI' ($900) FURNISHED COTTAGE?TWO f'ToRY basement, extension and attle Cottage, Grand avenue aUn/K?[W JS.e.!i, c?rsr?"^ the door, rent fSOO. . ' ltl'.\ MM.DM, 1 03.'> Fulton street, Brooklyn. 5fc4 4()0-EASY TE"MS '"R ?'NK OF FOUR new two story frame basement and sub cellar Houses; nine rooms, hav window, water, gas wa,oJipl"2T/ a,ld *ewcr connection; cars ? Prfec,^rk^lt.hoicna.^ av emic's*' B r.!' >k I v n''''' Ul""" ^ """ SiXl" U'EKTt'HESTER OOCRTT PRDPEKTY FOR SALE AND TO RENT. A NK |,'V.u<.JA'NTLY FURNISHED RESIDENCE IN c?lt.hle*tl prettiest irnrt of lower Westchester, now A ('OMForta_BLE BOMB FOR BALE?ON BRONX wjr,_,,>r- pn six lots; three minutes irom Williams ho?tiru and bathing! price, Sice!' ^ MECU^1C, Herald Cptown Branch A TXA?RyT"WN? W"'HIN TRN MINUTES' WALK of cars or boats.?To let, famished complete a brick "?PR'S rooms, all In good order; two acres In' gar.kn Jswnnrf plant, d; on hwh and \er\ healthy ?r0'1"'!' river views, will rent cheap tor season Sn^irnior?rt aV0 yeari!: *to0 " r"u"S'- on Broadway, unfurnished, 8 rooms; nice grounds. fine river view; rent h?J ,l'.e? -y'l; *'r? Vf*' lu"iished and unfurnished KVMkhsuiv cs.fJi .J ,Jso" E"" Particulars with S. - . <*4,y .^Ixth avenue, near Thiri.v eighth street. 'NFURNKHKD, to rent, at high V. "rwge, Westchester county: trains 20 minutes to ???.!!? ? Depot ; stables anil carriage bouses on premises; fine gardens; irtiit and shade trees, gas and 1 IS ? 27' conveniences; access also by Kightiiavenue cars' 21, 1 s,,HD1,|oat en Harlem River; rents $r>no to $1 ,fSKi i>er annum. Anplv to A Kl-MP ItsiMiirr.v i street or at ;? West Thiny ninth street, alt. r? P. M. ' tjUfg1"ir&.s'i'ii;?, i IjlOK SALE?15 ACHES OF ('llOICT t ivn I 1 huHdlng purposes, about one n.ile trom Ashiord in ' me New \ ork. Boston and Montreal ltailroa.l ???ItEKD ,1 lloVT, J2y Hroadway. fllABRYTOWN?TO LET, A NICK I'l.M'K TWO 1 acres; hou?? Li rooms; fruit ahtmdaiit; Uni- river view; carriage house, A. . rent, $7n0 JOHN WEBBER, 233 Grand street, corner Bowery. TREMONT, WESTCHESTER COUNTY -FOR S\LI a newly painted t?? st ,rv Ifon.e, eight r. ,ni's madison avenue, two minutes trom horse . ars. ;?? nilnut. s by Hudson River Rallroa.t to New York ; lot Zixltlu thrills of"^MKsgUrF ? lul LKE' Ag-ut. 'rem.,nt rtre^Bnioklyn * Estate Agent, 330 Fulton rpo UKNT-yl*WEKT FARMS, a furnished HOUSE; waffUS*!""???' HE?"*' twoc?"?rs and chickens, horse. abondame' 10 uW.ri '?n(l ? f""1'*. *c. ; trull in abundance. Uomlr MORGAN, Nu 2 Flue street "llfESTrnKKTKR COUNTY.?A PLOT CONTAINING and TreininitVi.H^ between Fordhatn to(?win-r at 144 /'h ? >r Mddress or apply lo ownt r, at 144 ( hambers strret, fti w York. JEBNKY ' II'V- IIOIIIIKI N. ni'DSON CITY r-TBTLnir HliHOEN HCAIi KSTATK# 'l o lat ?r Leaae. IjlURNISHED HOrSR TO LET-FOB THF SI'MMFR r or year, on Bergen Heights, Jersey city ? choice l.J. S^r?;T * ?oUl water, gas, *t. t . II. oli\ kh, No. I I'ark place. PROPERTY OtT OF TIIR CITY KOU i SALE OR TO IlEKT. A LL WANTINO MUMS FOR SALK-To I M M, ,.s. jrt gardeners and farm laborers from the Old t' ounttv O004T Farm Lands, virgin soil, at fn per acre m year* credit. The soli is a good. pr.alncUve loin, ? the areat niarkeu of New York and Philadelphia by rJti | iviad, where :rom20to40 acres constltuu a go.. tarm : Planted to fruit From this locality a greater uiianuty and variety of fruit is sent" til t5*'i."-0,n..?ny other place of e.iuai area in the I e.mim.initv with ?, 1 ,n th.C ,Ull,St 01 * thriving ! MMtae!;?'i... v. roads, stores, schools and 1 ?'*51*1* ?*? . ' ?members of families and others ? ?, Igooii work lit straw newiug, shoe work, but- ! Kn?Uai<^ Pr'ia ?liV ^?Ik ","1 oU,cr branches. Many i English, Irish and Scotch lartners have settled and are I fiV^York ar? i^ftrJ, n''r" ,r"m U" viclnitv of ??!!. 2 locallDv ^ arming Is mors pr.ifltal'le than 1 Appiv K, JOHN B v-Ji ' ii place, two doors trom 'vest street New free of Tbarge C?n ,u" lnf"ri"?tlun will be sent i AT NEW BRIOHTON-TO RENT,"A~OENTLEM \.VS ? Rifhed Residence, containing 11 roomN lu'imrd room, with commodious stables, cow and , ow hoti?es and Mature; hennery, gardena: beautiful acenei v ami ?graaable surroundings . a satialactory tenant will have the option ol retalBiug a Pair of carriage horses mid ear fltte* y/f. A. COLLINS. 28 Pine street PltOFEIti'l IHI'I' OF TIIK CITY FOR SAL.K OK TO UKNT. A??:ltAl*i'OKl>. NKW JKUsKY (iKNTRAi, It Alt,- | . ronfl - 1; minute* firm l itnTty ?:roct; commu tation %/ti |>i'i annum: finely lornN l>otx; SOxwJ; wiling now truiu Suit) t? $?; 0, iiavultli- S-? quarterly. Hulluiug Matrriau ami Kthor taken in pavroen' '.will Fniild lioi to order on -tiriitll cmli payment*. Owuor, 9^8 Third ave nue, L" it Hroadway, room 1!) AURQK l'UIVATK RKStUBKOB FOR RENT? ! . Sun.-vick Terrace. Astoria, phuIcii, Krennlinit i>h. : jtrai erios, Irult, iif, (.lablfn, Imtliltou.-c, ; co.npleUMy : furnUlicd; ' > rent. V R STKVEKbOM, Jr., II riwe i( AT OATMKIl.L STATION, ON TIIK HUDSON RIVKIl 1 Knliro.nl? A vnry dcairable ('ountrv Scat, ooiimMIhk ol duelling houM. lully lnrul,hed; nialile, liams and out 1 buildings kciiprally: 1U aero* ol land ; garden made An i ply id 1-.. II. liUUjiUw A C)0f, No. 3 I'uiu atroot or 35 Ka*t ! Seventeenth ;troet A AT A GREAT SACRIFICE, AND VKBY LITTLE money wanted it Bold within two wock??or will exchange on ea- h ba*i* for Now i ork or Brooklyn prop erty, ono ol? the handsomest gentlemen's i t ?!?'. iicch in Ne?- Jersey; 2& minute* iroin "ww York; one block from railroad depot; trains to and from Now York (111 liud night; has two houses, one ol w!ncli ? ont'iin* 14 Room*, high ceilings, hot and cold wai.-r, bath.watcr closota, range, healer-,and all chnveiiiciiccs. iii flye order; m>v eriu outhouses; flno barns am' M ibles lor six horned, eat tie, Ac. i handsome garden park 01 4 to ft acre* surround ing the hot's.-*, laid out in lawn-, croquet ground* mid graporie*; truits of all kiud* in abundance: gunning, hoatinv and fl-hing on the place.: aUo churches and s< -liool* but ? Hliort distance. ah ilu* 13 a fast improving neighborhood, and worth three ti'.'WN ftit- pr'ife asked lor It, a tine chauce is offered - Address or call on J. B.,415 Broadway second flojyj^* BOlIT^DhSKY PROPERTY.?EIGHT PAGE PAPER, Ki.fms, Country Seals, Houses, Lots, Land to dl v --??*, near railroad* (picked bargain-); Hale, exchange, front; can *ult any ono. FEKGl'SON, 181 Broadway. At nkw Brighton?a very DBflBABLI villa Residence, to let, untarnished ; l* situated In the beat neighborhood and has a fine view ; all modern improve ment* and in good order; about an acre in Harden, well tduidcd. Apply to W It P,, 111) West street New York. AT LENOX, MASS.?A COMMODIOUS AND COM foriatiiy furnished llonse, pleasantly located, to lot for the season. t''or particulars apply at H7 Liberty *t. An elegant home among the mountains ok Ma-sachusetts for sale, oil en*/ terms; mountain Doma, three-quarters of a mile from Amlierst; encliant IHK views on every hand. Address bos 2,918 Now York Post oilier. ' All wanting homes in the country? Where it Is healthy, whore there is a?i abundance of Iruit where the roads are Kood and drives beautiful, among; orchards, vineyards, ttowers, shrubbery and hedges, where the best of school-, are to he found, and where no liquor is allowed to be sold, 6, 10 and acre Lots tor sale at per acre, and improved Places at from $1,000 to $3,(100, near Philadelphia and New York, apply to .loll N H. I'AtiE, 102 Park place, two doors from west street, New York. Information sent. A MAGNIFICENT TRACT OK LAND, WITHIN IIALK an hour of Hunters Point, and comprising upwurd* of 100acres, and having more than one mile ol road front, and lying within halt a mile of two stations, tor sale at a great bargain and on easy term*. The finest suburban railroad leading from New York crosses the tarm, and a partv purchasing for improvement could, doubtless, with out aifllcuity secure a depot In the centre of the property. Apply to or address A. J. STEVENS, office of Frost * Wiggins, No. 8 Kerry street, Hunter's Point A CHANCE SELDOM OFF'EKED. ?FOR SALE, a House, two Lots and Milk Round, with 11 Cows, llorkc and Wagon; a short distance from Stapleton and Vanderbilt lunaings, Staten Island. Inquire of T. OAL LAOHER, 110 Greenwich street. New York. ? ABEM'TIFl'L LITTLE FIFTY ACRE FARM IN Herkimer county?New house, nice young tenin horses, harness, wagon and tools, all sacrificed for 81,.'160. Cull immediately at 24S East Thirtieth street. Beautiful shore front residence for sale: II rooms; modern improvements: over one acre; Iruit; shade; near depot; healthy; >'.1,0(10; descrip tive circulur. J. W. At WATER, Riverside Station, Conn. Bloom field, n. j.-for sale or to rent, kur nished, a new Cottage, ten rooms, with all modern improvements; finely located, one hour trom New York via Mont-lair Midland Itailroail or Delaware. Lackawan na and Western; tlve minutes' walk trom either depot. For further particulars applv to HORACE PIERSON, Bloom Held, or ROGERS A SHERWOOD, 96 Nassau street. New York. C COTTAGE. FURNISHED THROUGHOUT; also ? fruit and vegetable garden attached (garden planted), wood for tire prepared, and every convenience tor house keeping, near churches, Post office, school, Ac., to let for the Summer, at Long Island's beautiful watering place and Summer resort, Ronkonkoma, Suflolk county. Long Islutid ; relit $.'<() a month. Address or call ou Miss J. WHITLOCK, Lake Grove, Suffolk county, N. Y. POSEY COTTAOE?NINE ROOMS; SIX LOTS, CAR V rlage lliouse ; beautifully shaded; fronts hay; hatn itic: five minutes' walk from fern-. Staten Island; 84,000; terms to suit DARRIN, 80 Broad street. E LEGANT VILLA?ACRE LAND; HIGHEST STATE _ of Improvement; healthy location: fine view; 10 minutes f rom ferry, Staten Island; 86,000; terms to suit DARR1N1 SO Broad street I/iOK SALE?A LARGE HOTEL PROPERTY AT 1 Flushing, L. I.; all on mortgage to responsible parties. Apply to A, L. V., M Wall street, fourth floor, room 4. FOR PALE?AT RICHMOND HILL, LONG ISLAND, on Souihvide Railroad, only 30 minutes (7 miles) from ferry, a number and variety of neat Dwellings-.also l?ots and beautiful Villa Sites. Place high, weli drained, beallhy and restricted against nuisances. Applv to.I. W. FIELDER. 231 Broadway, room 13; R. R. HAZARD, 110 Bnmdway, or O. B. FOWLER, on the premises. Fob sale?a desirable brick villa on the oust bank nf the Hudson; 15rooms; modern improve ments; tuniare; hot and cold wtter; large tiled hall; bard wood Moors and mantels:decorated ceilings; piazza.. an>1 bay windows; ground high; river view irom near Ncwburg to the Cats* ill*; abundant fruit; hothouse lor strawberries, ripe March 1; conservatory; cold grapery an.I lodge: 30 or more acre* of land, diversified with shrubbery, terraces, lawn, shade trees and evergreens; well drained and healthy,- one mile from depot and fiO from New York : Furniiure sold If desired; price 830,000. Apply to TAYLl 'R A STEARNS, No. l>i Pine street For sale-at queens, l i., a farm ok i?^ acres: liou-e. barn. Ac.; churches, schools, depot convenient: possession immediately. Applv to JAMLS P. HKNDR1CKSEN, Queens. L. I. For pale-on main ktreet, in the village of Ftshkill, Dutches.- county, N. Y., two hours from city, via Hudson River Railroad, n beaut.ml Residence, Ifi rooms, with six acres village Lots. Garden, Orchard and .Meadow :sireain ol water; price 813,800; terms easy. W. A. BARNES, 12 Wall street, New York. tfOR SALE-NEAR PRINCESS BAY, STATEN ISLAND, T a gentleman's Residence: good sized house, about six acres land, plenfv of fruit stables, ice house, Ac.; abont one hour from New York and five minutes from railroad station; will exchange for other property or sell cheap lur cash. Address E. B., box 2,Si4 Post office, N. Y. "LIOK SALE?A COTTAGE, CONTAINING 9 ROOMS r anil attic; all necessary outbuildings, 9 acres; all kinds oi fruit in abundance; extensive view; excellent .water: near two denote: SMM cash balance bond and mortgage ANo a Cottage of 9 rooms and attic ; 2 acres; stable and fruit; good water; line view; near two de pots; 92.100 cash , bainni e bond and mortgage. One hour trom city. Commutation 27ft per annum. Address OWNER, box 4.) Post office. Railway, N. .1, hlOR BALB-AT HOIloKUS, A HOUSE OF EIGHT roou,. and good Barn, with four acres of Liind. This Is a very healthy location, and the property will be sold chcnp: terms all cash. KIKE It, HESSE A CO., No. 8 Pine street ?10* S'. LE OR TO LET-TWO I IKST CLASS r Houses; all improvements: 41) minutes from this city on Central Railroad of New Jersey; very cheap. MoNAGUAN A CO , S2 Cedar street TjlOB SALE OR TO LET-ON THE BVMOX, ITEAK r Nvack, one hetir froirt city; water front; splendid views; ti acres; fruit in great variety and abundance; House Oolhlc : 13 rooms, and turnished. Address WAT SON, Herald office. FIOR BENT?TWO DESIRABLE SIMMER RESI dlltctl at Mor.tro-e. N. J., O^pMlte Orun Monn tains, on Delaware. Lackawaiina and Western Railroad, one hour Iron New York and tiiree minutes' walk trom btafioa; two new frame houses, water and gas throughout; 14 ami H rooms; stnb!c> and hcatttiful grounds attached, inquire at V. GOULD'S A SON'S, pti Chambers street, A. T. II \MILTON. corner Broadway and t'anai street, or W. W. BROKAW. 34 Fourth avenue. TjM'RMSIIKD HOUSE ro RENT?AT kairkield, r Conn ; fine battling, boating, tlshlng and driving; fen minute*' walk trom New Yorl and New Haven depot. Applv to ALLEN N1C1101, S, South port, Conn. HI DSO.V RIVEB.?ELEGANT HRIVATE RESIDENCE tor sale, with immediate possession, known as Cedar I awn. situated at Fishkiir-on-the-lliKlson. above the Highlands, directly opposite and overlooking the city ol Nowhurg, half mile troin depot and river, IV boars from city, with seven daily trains; 10 minutes from churches, school*, stores, Ac : double mansion, 4l)xfift, with all modi rn improvements, completelv furnished, which, t" aether with all outside farm implements, lor sale. Miic acres, filled with choice young ttuit and fine old shade trees ami evergreen-: good outbuildings, in eluding gis^s urapery and Icehouse tilled; river and mountain views unsurpassed; neighborhood flrst class; lame garden contalnliui iibumiaiire of small irults. It is a gentlrmiin's place, being unexceptional in every par ticular, ami oi a das* seldom offered for *ale. The owner wishing to go abroad will roll cheap or exchange for first class unencumbered city property. AddresiG. S. M., room 90 st James Hotel, New York. IN CORNWALL, N V. FARMS, SIMMER RESI I denoes tor sji'.c or to let. Addrem C. KETCH AM Mountainville Post office. New York. I ONO BRANCH.-FOR SALE, TWO PLOTS OK 1? J acres each, finely located, near Ocean avenue; rea sonable price and terms .1 VMES PRICE, W Hudson st. IABOK furnished HOI SE UN IIIK HUDSON J River, near the t'atsklll Mountains, for the Summer, at 81*1 per month ; house ftlixSO. tw, stories and attic. Apply to GEO. H. HILLYEK, 8! Cedar street. MORRI-TOWN.-FURNISHED ANO rNH ItNI.-IIK.I) Cottages and Country Seats to rent, for Summer sea son or year; Farms and Residences for sale and ex change." J. HENIIY JOHNSON, 149 limadway. Oram;!.. R. j -to let, furnished, for sum nier. 23 desirable Residences, from 8*) to 8N*) per month; handsomely located nnd In excellent neiuhbor b.KMl. HAMILTON A WAI.LIS, 30 Pine street. ORANGE, N. J.?SPECIALTY.?4 JRE AT VARIETY Improved and unimproved property for sale. Houses furnished and unfurnished to rent or for sale. Cata logues. I. II. GERRY, 38 Nassau st. corner Liberty. ONLY Si \N ACRE. < ASH.-M17 ACRES OF THE \ervhest heavy Timber Lar.ds in Centre county, Pinnsylvaniu, lour liiiles iroin depot. John s. EwKN. 39 Nassau street PLAINFIELD, N. J.-HOUSE TO LET, CONTAINING 6 Rooms, two minutes' walk of depot. Plenty of shade and iruit. Beautiful lawn, Possession Imtncdl J;,o *A|"' P*r year. Address or apply to A. L FORCE, Constitutionalist" office. CEVEVTY-TWO ACRES ON ORaNGE mountain, IN i,,?," "'range, N. J.; Macadamized road; fine views; $U<0 per acre, terms liberal. _____ *'? liAHK KLL, owner, 39 Nassau street. CT AM FOR!? CIIXV PKoPEKTY -RESIDENCES ) ? from 84.(n*i to 8'10.OiO; several to let for Summer or year, turnished or unturiiishe.d; two beautiful Cottages to rent at Bye for 840M per year; other Propertv on the New Haven Railroad; some to exchange, including a fine Business Property well, rented. CHARLES W. rropertv ge. inelr ? . - -r--? charl.... ... W ARDW KLL, Auctioneer, 'jX Uroadway, corner Twenty third street. New York. I'KOI KI T* t UT OF T1IK CITY FOB TO ItKNT. rpo LKT?AT HTAMF'UtD, CONS', A FURNISHED I limine, in miliu'es r on the depot, containing , H romis gnu, waiei diiiI (>u .iroom . nim a good intrn, wi li lliiee s ail*: pose- u n from Jane I to November 1. Add t ot* r. M. W.. Mat ou H, New Vork. rpi) BOARDING HOUSE OR SCHOOL, I furnishi tl or un nmi?hed, large House and Groun Is. 1 inly focal ii, V..n derbiltLanding. Sfatcii inland; rout low. Oi.OitU*. <) KKi.NKI.iM>, 36 KroaU?v?y._ fTO BUNT FOR THE SEASON?A KUKNISIIED 1 House thlrli eir< oms and piazza, with garden, liarn and carriage liott <, in i.n ai Harrington village, Iterk shire fi.uii v, i.a-.-m liusoiia. Inquire of F. M HAYES, at Wheeler A Wilson's, Uroadwuy. rilO rent?TUB COMMODIOUS DWELLING 507 rilO runt?TUB COMMODIOUS DWELLING 507 .1 Sou III Ninth fctreet, below Lombard afreet, Philadol t bia, Tvlih dmi le inr.'e atory back buildings, two b ith rpo LET?AT WOODSBUKG. THR NEW AND fasii 1 ionablo Summer report on Long Inland, a llou?e. contain nt 15 rooms In complete order; ample ?ri-'??w<i>, sliado an I line stable attached; i en'$450. ..isoanew Cot a"c, K rooms; very (le-irablv ; rent $>:MW. Wood b rg Is on ilie H?: it'totanch ot the South sido Railroad,. ? "? .ime* flrpm f>ew York eiiy; 8 trains each way tf.'ly , iu location is unsurpassed for healilifulnos9ami beauty of aurrouudlng scenery, commanding a tine view ot the bay anil ocean, and affording ample opportunity lor limiting, wiling, fishing, still water and surl limiting For full informal Ion apply to SAMUEL V,'Ool?, liW front afreet, Now S ork. _ ri o UKT-mmnm, at bnglewood, con I venlefit to two siaiiont, a doub.e siorift llouso, with modern improve.nenta: nurn and five acres of land; grounds have aoundanee-of Irult and shade trees; fine regulable garden, Ac. Addict box It,770 N. Y. Fort office. Iio HOTEL MEN.?A KINK BOTH, WITH SPACIOUS grounds, near depot, one hour from New York; all improvements- business at all seasons; trains at all hours, to rant; furniture. Fixtures, Ac., for salo or ex change. S. EDDY A 00., No. I I'ark row. ni\ 75 OR 11)0 A0B88 OP LAND AT 0ABDBN CITY, Long Island, lor sale, adjoining A. T. Stewart's Improvement, half milo front on Garden City; less lieau titiil tor cuttiug up. Apply to JOHN FKTTKETCU, l,08fl Third avenue. fflAA ?TO LUT, ORANGE, LEWELLYN PARK, ?pOl/U. elegant Cottage and grouuus; all Improve nicnts. Inquire of IIAMIl/ro.N A WALLIS, Orange, or A. w. BQUUB, room ii. Jit Broadway, New York, <fel &(\(\ ONLY?FOB FARM OK 20 ACRES GOOD ?P l.?)' " i loam lund, small house ;40miles, north side Long Inland, near village depot, garden homestead. Kl.s-.AM, owner, 248 Cleriuout avenue, Brooklyn._ dfcQ 1 AH ?HOUSE ANO LOT AT BATON AH, ON ?JpO.iwU. the Harlem Kallroail. eight minutes' walk from the station; good new house, seven rooms; good barn; two acres land ; abundance of fruit, Ac. Mrs. NANCY BEDELL, Katonah, Westchester couuty. N. Y. REAL ESTATE TO KXCIfANHE. A HOUSE ON THIRD AVENUE, NEAR 110TH street, for other Property and cash; a private Dwelling on Sixty-first street for Lots; also one on f eventy-third street, near Fifth avenue, tor Lol9 or Third avenue Property; a Place on Long Branch for city Prop erty; four Lots on West Forty-ninth street for west side Tenement. B. fre1denricii A CO., 906 and 1108 Third avenue.__ Exchange?lakok karm in MARYLAND, clear, tor Lots or Houses in or near the city, clear; House and two l.ots in Brooklyn lor good Merchandise. Ad dress box 4, G70 Post office. _____ Farm for sale or exchange?situated at Middle Island, Suffolk count* . Long Island, 57 miles from Now York, consisting of 105 acres of land, mosUy under cultivation; apple, peach and jicar trees, Ac.; the Stock, Crops and Farming Utensils will be sold with the farm: the owner will exchange for desirable Brooklyn Property: the farm will be made tree and clear of en cumbrance. For full particulars inquire of V. AL OKlDfiE, 20 Court street, Brooklyn. Fob exchange.?onk ok our customers, owning a very desirable Mansion at Stamford, desires a large nouse In the city; Stamford property is free and clear. Further particulars. KIKKR. HESSE A CO., No fi Pino street^ FOR SALB OR BXCHANGE?TWO MODERN-BUILT brick Houses In Newhurg; lVee and clear; houses are situated on high ground overlooking Hudson River and Kishkill Mouutalns. W. A. BARNES, 12 Wall street, New York^ Near central park and fifth avenue.-to exchunge, two elegant four story brown stone Houses, 25x60; lots 100.5; one for Lots atid one for a Coun try Seat; equity, 925,000each. Address BULWKH, Herald office. Paying farms in jersey to exchange.?ioo acres. MlUstone, $20,000; 120 do.. Deans, $25,000 ; 52 do.. New Brunswick, $18,000 ; 29 do., Frutt Farm, $5,000; llfO do., Middlebush, $15,000; (10 do.. New Brunswick, $15,000; 75 do., Dayton, $14,000 ; 50 do., Monmouth Junc tion, $3,000; good buildings, fine locations, with Stock and Tools. ?f. S. KKROUHON, 39 Naasan slrcet, room 6. SMALL BBOWN STONE HOUSE, CENTRALLY LO eated; unencumbered; will exchange for larger House: also Westchester county Place, near depot, will be exchanged, lor New York orB rooklyn Properly. DOTY A BKUNDAGE, 23 Union square. ItKAL. ICSTATK WANTED. A first class house?between thirty fourtli and Fliiy-ninth streets and Seventh and Lex ington avenues: Jiart cash unit a tirst class house near Sixth avenue arta Tenth street. Apply to C. CLINTON, 16 Hudson street, Hoboken. _____ Ant onr wishing to sell a good modern built Hou.-e, worth from $11),'<*1 to $30,000, in good localitv in New York or Brooklyn, i>r a Farm of trom 20 to 100 acres! of land, with a good house thereon, at a reasonable price, within easy access ot New York, for part cash and the balance in good investment securities, can find a purchaser by addressing J. A. B., box 4,787 New York Post office, giving price, location and full par ticulars About $2,000, all cash.?wanted. to purchase a neat, cosey furnished Cottage near city; imme diate possession; must have shade, piazzas, fruit; garden and stable preferred; only those that will sell at 11 sacri fice for all cash need answer; state lowest price and give lull description, or will not be noticed. Address CASH PURCHASER, Herat., office. WANTED?A HOUSE AND FEW ACRES OF LAND; price not to exceed $6,000; situation mnst be un exceptionable; Westchester county preferred, If not over an hour's ride from this city. Send for particular* to R. A. N., box 196 Herald office. rCRXlTUUB, A?PARLOR AND SOFA BBD8; THE LARUKST VA ? rietv ot any house in the city; Payne's patents. Depot 40 Mlcecker street A LARGE assortment OF CARPETS. FURNI ture and Bedding at lowest cash prices, by weekly instalment:), at O'FARRELL'S warehouse, 410 Eighth ave nue, between Thirtieth and Thlrty-tlrst streets. AT PRIVATE RESIDENCE, 190 west 23D ST near 6th, av.?Magnitlcent Parlor Suits, covered in crim son satin brocatel. cost $400, tor $225; one lor $150, one for $100; rep Suits, $50; Bedroom Suits. $40 upwards; Mirrors, Tables. Mattresses. Bronzes, Paintings, Carpets, Bookcases, Ac., less than halt'cost, in lots to suit pur chasers. Cut this off. \T PRIVATE SALE.?ENTIRE ELEGANT HOUSE hold Furniture of private residence 210 West 21st st, near 7th av., viz.Parlor, Library, Chamber and Dining Furniture; grand scalc tour round rosewood 7l4 octavo Pianoforte, cost $975, lor $275; one grand 7 octave, $250; Bronies, Ornaments, tine Bedding, rosewood and walnut single and double Bedstead?, Carpets, Ac. N. B.?House open trom 3 A. M. to 9 P. M.; not closed in the afternoon ALL THE ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT private residence 104 East Twenty-flith street, be I tween Fourth and Lexington avenue.', for sale; great I sacrifice; magnificent crimson-atin latest stvie Parlor I Suit, nearly new, cost $.">75, for $200; two do., irrcen and I gold and crimson and gold satin brocatel, $17.'>each; cot ' eiine and rep Suita. $ii.'< and$50; TnrKish chairs. Ixmnges, Mirrors, Bronzes, Paintings, Curtains, rosewood and wal i nut Chamber Suits, $48 op; Mattresses, Carpets. Buffet, Extension fable, Silver Ware, Pianoforte less than half coat, if call this day. ? A RARE CHANCE FOR housekeepers.?MAG niflccnt Household Furniture for ?ale ai a sacrifice, property family leaving city?Two superb suits Drawing Hoom Furniture, Marie Antoinette stvle, Tete-a-Tete Sofas, Arm Chairs, cost for $275. do,, $150; do., $46; velvet, medallion Carpets; rosewood, walnut Cham ber Furniture, style Louis XIV.; Hair, coring Mattresses. Secretaire Bookcase. Mari|ueterie Cabinets, t ables, mag nitlcent rosewood Pianoforte. .Mirrors, Paintings, Statu : ary, Bronzes. Work* of Art. Extension fable Buffet, Silverware, Glassware, lialt original cost, West 16th St.. near 5th av. * A BEAUTIFUL RE8IDRNCR A I MOI'NT VERNON, on the New Haven Railroad, l.i miles, ,r S5 minutes trom the city. This elegant bou-e has II rooms, with gas and elegant fixtures all through hot and cold water; nice bathroom; finished in walnut and mh . all the halls tlie dining room and kitchen floors are walnut and ash; furnace heats all through; first class elevated oven range, washtubs, large ?toreroom has about half an acre of land very handsomely laid out e??y in minutes' walk from the depot . Ilag sidewalk ail the waj ; the view of the Sound Is superb, the place is healthy beyond any question; some one will get a beautiful home at a bar gain ; term* very easy. RfKKR. HF.SSE A CO., No. 6 Pine street A FAMILY WILL SELL FOR CASH THEIR Com plete Furniture, comprising Parlor. Bedroom, Din ing Room and Basement, in lots to suit, at less than half coat, grand Planolorte cost $950. Parties commencing housekeeping will do well to . all at private residence, tu East Twentieth street. House to let. I-IOR SALE-A HANDSOME OAK OFFICE COUNTER, very cheap. Call for particular* at 112 Broadway, basement (lOOD SECOND HAND AND MISFIT CARPETS A 7 specialty?Kngllsh, Brussels and Ingrain, handsome patterns, all sizes, lor sale cheap, at U2 Fulton street, corner of Dntch. Entrance on liu'eh street. Monthly or weekly paymicmts.?carpets, Furniture, Bedding. Ac DEALT a CUNNINGHAM. .184 and ."iWl Third nvenne, near Twenty-eighth street. Prices lower than any other house in the city. PARLOR, DINING ROOM AND BEDROOM SETS OF Furniture made to order by Itoiix A Co. Mantel Mirrors, Cornices and Curtains to match ; will be sold cheap l>y a party breaking up housekeeping Apply at 442 Sixth avenue. WEEKLY AMD MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR FUR tt nlture, Carpet* and Bedding, nt h. M. coWPEK THWAIT a Co.'S, 155 and 167 Chatham street An immense stock and low prices. ZKBO REFRIGERATORS WITH COOLER ARE THE best,?ALEXANDER M. LESLEY, 224 West Twenty third street Kefrlfcraiors repaired. Zero, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero. nFEET IN LENGTH OF ELEGANT BLACK WAL nut office Partition, made expressly for a hanking house; price $40. Apply to Janitor, 12 Pine St., top floor. TTACIITM, HTBAMBOATNj Af. Yacht wanted to charter?schooner rigged Keel Boat 40 to 60 tons, O. M., for one or more months Address, staling price, Ac., box 17? licrald Up town Branch office. 1 CA BOATS. ALL KINDS Wool* ANO METALLIC, I?)"/ at inv shops, and .173 south street and 114th street, llurlctn River; 60 inn?* hand shins' Boat*. mU'UUN AOBJKBTS. B . _ AltttJiEWEWTS. I \' ALLaOK'R ~- ? >1 Propria, or and Manner..Mr. LKKTKR WALLACE LA.-.T FOUR Wt-.EKa of THK PRE. F.N r tRILLlANT SEASON. LAST FOUR WKRKS of M!{. HOTUERN. OBKAT SUCCESS. ANOTHER TRIUMPH. ?EVERT EVj NINU anil SATURDAY MATINKR. at \% P M., Mr. SOTHERN will appear in hU original partof SQUIRE CHUCKLES, in the SQUIRE'S LAST SHILLING I An original Drama of comic and ?<-rlou? interest, in four hcu, by Mr. II. J. Byron. Tli01 piece will be presented by the FOLLOWING KMINt.NT ARTI8TH;? Mr. BOTilKRN. Mr. J. B. POLK. Mr. J. W. CARROLL, Mr O. B. BlSlluP. Mr. B. M. Ho. LAND, Mr. W J LEONARD. Mr. O. W. BROWNE, Mr PECK, thus KAillHBINB ROUKRH, M m KFF1E (JERMON, Mine PONIsI and Miss VAN DYKE. Aci First-TilE MISER'S ATTIC. Act Sccoud-KUUliiH OllUOKLI'H' OOUNTBT HOUSE

AND GROUNDS. Act Third?LODGINGS IN LONDON. Act Fourth?IN i'i RIOR OK SQU1Bi? CHUCKLES1 COUNTKY HOUSE. BOX BOOK OPEN AND SKATS SECURED TILL END OK SEASON. OOTHM THEATKB. BOUOIOAULT Ed\rln Booth Manager and Proprietor POSITIVELY LAST WEEK ol Mr DION BOUCICAULT. wlio will appear iiurilii{ the?s % LAST SIX NIQHTd in his great character of M1CHAKL O'DOWD, In bin new Conn-dy Drama of DADDY O'DOWD. LAST BOUOhTaUI.T MATINEE on SATURDAY, al 2, and LAST TIME BUT ONE OF DADDT O'DOWD. Sent* may be secured for the remaining nights or Mr. Bouclcault al thu Theatre., or at Ditson A Co.'s music storo, 711 Broadway. BOOTH'S THEATRE. NEILSON. EXTRA ANNOUNCEMENT. Return of MISS NEILSON. The management respectfully announces the reappear ance ol the celebrated English Tragedienne. liISS NEILSON, On MONDAY EVENING NEXT. MAY 12, when she will appear tor the first time In this country, < ill tier Original Character ot AMY ROBSAKT, in the grand Historical and Roaiantlc Drama of that name, written by Andrew J. Ilallldoy, Esq., and loundod on Kir Walter Scott's famous Historical Romance of Ken ilworth, In which she achieved such great success at the Drury Lane Theatre, London, sustaining the part ot AMY ROBSART for over one hundred consecutive nights. Miss Neilson will be supported by MR. FRANCIS BANCS as LEICESTER (his first appearance in lour months). MR. NEIL WARNER and a POWERFUL CaST, with New Scenery, Costumes, Armors, Appointments, Music, Mechanical Effects and an increased Auxiliary Force anil Corps de Ballet of nearly 2KI PERSONS. The Box Sheet for the NEILSON PEBFORMANCES is now open at the usual places. __ BRYANT'S OttEKA HOUSE. 23D STREET. FAMILY MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK. UNDER DE OASLIOIIT. UNDER DE OASLIOHT. UNDER DE OASLIOHT. UNDER DE OASLIONT. TO-DAY AT 2. TO DAY AT 2. MATINEE. BBYANT'S MINSTRELS. MATINEE. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. | DAN BRYANT, BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. NELSE Seymour, Dave Reed, BRYANT'S MINSTREL-:. j Harry Stanwood, W. II. Rice, BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. | W. II. Brock way, J. B. Carter. Children half price to the inatlnee. TO-DAY AT 2. MATINEE. TO-DAY AT 2. CENTRAL PARK GARDEN. J. KOCH A CO Proprietors OPENING OF CENTRAL PARK GARDEN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 14, at 8, with THEODOItH THOMAS' uneqallod SUMMER NIGHTS CONCERTS. Full particulars in future advertisements. Admission <50 cents. Packages, containing twelve tick ets, 94; can now be obtained at the principal music stores, also 285 Broadway, and at Central Park Garden. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC. A?STEINWAY AND CHICKERING PIANOFORTES ? at hall price for cash; Pianos rented on instal ments; $1U and $1.1 monthly until paid. J. BIDDLE, 13 Waverley place, near Broadway. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF STEINWAY A SONS' second band square, grand and upright Pianos for sale at u bargain. Also a number of Instruments of other first eluss makers. Every Instrument in good order. STEINWAY A HONS, Stein way Hall. American pianoforte company, 863 broad way.?Pianos of six first class makers for sale on easy Instalments and for cash at low prices; a good seven octavo Piano for $200; Pianos for hire. A BEAUTIFUL SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO forte, celebrated city maker, all modern improve ments. perfect order, $190; Stool and Cover. 243 East 30th st, between 2d and 3d a v?. A MAGNIFICENT DOUBLE ROUND ROSEWOOD 7Si octave Pianoforte, nearly new, brilliant tone, cost $9110, for $276: Stool. Cover; has box for shipping. Parlor Suit*, Chamber, Library, Dining Furniture, Paintings, Silverware, less than half cost if call this day at resi dence 1"4 East Twenty-tilth *yeet, between Fourth and Lexington avenues AT PRIVATE House 120 WEST TWENTY-THIRD street, near Sixth avenue, for sale, brilliant toned, round cornered 7\? octave carved rosewood Pianoforte, used eight months, cost $1,000, for $250; also. Parlor und Bedroom Stilts, Carpets, Mirrors Paintings, Ac., SO per ccnt less than cost, in lots to suit cash purchasers. N. B.? Call and see this Piano'orte before purchasing elsewhere. Good Pianoforte for $50; can box for shipping It re quired. Cut this out. A GRAND SQUARE 7>i OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO forte, celebrated eity maker; co-it $M?>; in use 12 munth?, at a great sacrifice for cash: family leaving city, at private residence, 21 East 20th street. A LADY WILL SELL KOR $100 A HA NDSOME ROSE wood Pianoforte, in perlcct order; iron frame, round corners, modern improvements; in .splendid tone. Call at 18 Third street, near Bowery. A MAGNIFICENT R08BW00D PIANOFORTE FOR sale, made order, city maker, fully guaranteed, used 5 months, cost $900, for $275; Parlor Suits, Ktat?eres, Bronzes, Chamber. Mining Furniture : a sacrifice; iirop erty family leaving city. :?J West 15th street, near 3th av. AT PRIVATE SALE.?MAG.NIKICENT. BRILL]AST t * " - ?cale, makers; one sra , residence 3l0 West Twenty-first street, near Seventh ave nue. N. B.?House open from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Not closed in the afternoon. _ CAHn OR INSTALMENTS.-WE HAVE A NUMBER ot first das'- Pianos for sale lliaf were rented during the Winter, in perfect order and warranted; also several cheap second hand Pianos. WM. A. POND A Co.. 547 Broadway. FISCHER'S NEW SCALE PIANO, with PATBNT improvements, the most reliable Pianos made; hand some second hand Pianos ch'-ap; Pianos to rent. 425 West Twenty-etghip street, near Ninth avenue. First class 7\ OCTAVE PIANOS RETAILED AT wholesale prices, dlreet from factory. Send for cir cular. 78 Harrow street, near llmlson. PIANOS AND ORGANS AT GREAT BARGAINS?FOR cash or instalments, or to rent, $3 to $10 per month. CUAS. J. UETT8, 7MS Broadway, corner Tenth st, next to Grace ehnrch. PIAXOS AND OlKiANS ?GREAT BARGAINS, NEW and most beautiful Mvles and perfect tone' ever made, and by best makers, at lower prices for cash, or monthly instalments, or fur renr, durmv this month. At WATERS . 4H1 Broadway, than ean be tonnd elsewhere. PIANOS (BEAUTIFUL WEBER INCLUDED), CHEAP as the cheapest, good ns the best, for rent or sale; rent allowed purchaser ; at MEHRELL'S, No. 8 Union square, 1(6 Fourth uvenue. Pianos and ORGANS.?<0 NEW AICD second hand Pianoforte1- and Standard Organ* at a sacrifice this week; rosewood Piano only $100. PEKK A sons. 127 Bleecker street PIANOS AT $60, $70 TO $3f?-. ONAM, (HO TO |ne; beat In city: new Pianos cheap lor rent or sale on Instalments BKRKY A Co.. 7H9 Broadway. Rosewood pianoforte, $ino, chickering make; great bargain; inairni(lrenf 7H octave, over strung instrument, having i arved legs, Ac.; greatest bargain in city for cash JAMES GORDON, 1 .">7 Bleorker street. The most reliable, best finished and richest .toned Pianofortes manufactured, Irom $?U; ?even <x tave Pionoforte, nearly new, only $1W CO-OPKR ATIVE PIANOMAKERS, No. 9 Oreat Jones street, near Broad way. MOB FOR A FOUR ROUND CORNERS SEVEN octave Piano, in excellent order, great bargain, at 425 West Twenty-eighth street, near Nintli avenue. POST OVflCI NOTICE. <j8T OFFICE NOTICE. Fj8T OFFICE NOTICE. The mails for Europe during the wee* ending Satnr day, Mav 10,187:1, will close at tins office on Wednesday, at ll),1. A. M.: on Thursday, at 11 A. M., and on Saturday, at 11 A. M. and 12J, P. M. THOS. L. JAMES, Postmaster. CliOTIlINU. ZHHZI A* T II. ROSENTHAL'S IBS rillKI) AVENUE, NEAR Nineteenth street, ladies and gentlemen will obtain lull value of Cast-otl Clothing. Carpets, Ac., bv calling or addressing. Lauies attended to bv Mrs. Rosenthal. AT EDWARI) MWLER'S new establishment, N Sixth avenue, near tVavcrley place (formerly KiO Seventh avenue), the utmost value paid In cash lor Cast off Clothing. Carpets. Ac., by calling on or addressing. Indies attended to by Mrs. Miller. AT J. ANHALrS, 178 SEVENTH AVENUE, LADIES and gentlemen will positively receive the highest price for Cast-off Wearing Af.purei, Carpet# and Jewelry, as I have a great demand lor them from the West: the price is no object as I must fill up my orders. Ladles waited on by Mrs. Arilialt At the uptown establishment, *i? sixth avenue, near Forty-sixth street?Wanted imme diately, a quantity of Cast-oII Clothing and carpets for the Omaha market. Will pav from $5 to $2? for eoats, $2 to $7 for pant*, $.'> to $t>A for dresses. Call on or address Mr. or Mrs. H.ATTO. din/i nnn worth OF cast-off clothino, 3plU.""U"' Carpets, Ac., wanted for Chicago; the highest prices paid, call on or address <>. hi,I as 412 Seventh avenue, between Thirty-second and Thirty-third streets. Ladles attended by Mrs. E. antiiolog v. ATTKNTIONI?KNOW THY DESTINY; consult this wonderfully gifted clalrvovanf; glves luck; tells everything. K>9 West Forty-first street, near Broadway. IiMJROPEAN clairvoyant-TELLS NAMES, SHOWS U likenesses, causes marriages, gives numbers, SO cents an<! $L 1*2 West Twenty filth street, basement MMF. LUTHA, GIPSY CLAIRVOYANT, TELLS YOl'R whole lite; lee $1; Keuueaiou ButadaitUid. 1W West Fourteenth stmt, abidhkmkmtb UNION SQUARE THEATBK. , Proprietor Mr 8HMHDAH 8HOOK Manaicer Mr. A. M. IALMER Begins at 8. Suturd'iy Matinee at 1 :S8 Carriages may bo ordered lor II o'clock. LAST NIOHTS OK frou FROU. . The management. 111 or ler to adhere to plan* pre viously made ior the production of novelties during the current searon, are compelled to anuounoe tlie LAST NIG ITS OK KitOU I'BOtl. nights ol the charminit vounv aotre?t IUWS AONEH J'.TIIi'.I;, la her most brilliant creation. HATU ItDA Y, LAST MATINEE (but one) of shortly. *bou-frou. \ a new drama of great luterent, untitled. ..hint. .in . WITHOUT A HI'ART, tvnirn will be superbly mounted and pro4uotd witli a GREAT OAST nrr?SV?*Y EVENING, May Iri, BBMBWT Of Mr. D. a. li A It KINS. OLYMPIC THEATRE. THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON, AT 8, .ru A'^ND family MATINEE. The Filth Edition ol a. L. FOX'S HUM 1TY DUMPTY SATURDAY EVENING, At 8, ' MLLK. MORLACCHI, Queen ol all I'rumiere DHiisctise*. i 1IH WILSON BROTII1. Its. WILLIAM AND HARRY 1KB, (Lampiou Hat spinners of the world. AMKRK'US, th" wondi'i'lul lniaflt Violinist. TilR RUSSIAN SEXTETTE, MME CHARLOTTE, WINTERUURN, THE GREAT RAILR9AO SCENE. COM 10 SKATING AOL A new Historical Tableau ol' WASHINGTON CBOSBING THE DBLAWABB. BOWKRY THEATRE. W. B. FRELIOII Manager THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, MAY ID, FOUR SPLENDID PIECES FOR THE K A BE WELL BENEFIT otJ. H. O'NlllL BLUE DWARF, IRISH EMIGRANT, 'SIAMESE TWINS, ROBERT VfACAIRE. ' On MONDAY?The unrivalled vocal ai'tuu, THE BERRYS, will appear in the tamou* drama of RIP VAN WINKLE and a choice selection of Character Sonus and Dances. CUBA LIURtt; or, O'KliLLY'S MISSION, a now drama, in three acts, by llarrv Seymour, founded on rocent adventures of a correspondent ol iho New York. Herald, will shortly be produced. NIBLO'S OARDEN. AZRABL. LULU. Lessees and Managers.. ,J ARRBTT AND PALMER. TWO PERFORMANCES TO-DAV. TWO PERFORMANCES TO DAY. THE NEW PANTOMIME, AZRABL; OR, TnE MAGIC CHARM. TWO PERFORMANCES TO-DAY. AFTERNOON AT TWO. ETENING AT EIGHT. TWO PERFORMANCES TO-DAY. AFTERNOON AT TWO. EVENING AT BIGHT. TWO PERFORMANCES TO-DAY. AFTERNOON and ' EVENING. THE SENSATIONAL GYMNAST LULU, LULU, LULU, LULU, in the MOST THRILLINO and WONDERFUL EXPLOITS THE FLIGHT THROUGH SPACE. THE TRIPLE SOMERSAULT. MAFFITT AND BARTHOLOMEW. LANNIER AND P1TTERI. THREE NEW BALLETS. NEW SCENERY, DRESSES, APPOINTMENTS, MUSIC, TRICKS, INVENTIONS. THE GREATEST of all TRANSFORMATION SCENES. MATINEE TO-DAY (SATURDAY) AT TWO O'CLOCK. GERMANIA THEATRE. Fourteenth street, near Third avenue. AD. NUENDORFF Director SATURDAY, May 10. WAS GOTT ZUSAMMEN FU EOT DAS SOLL DEB MENSCil NICIIT SCHKIDEN, Comedy, in Ave acts, by Kobersteln. Box office open daily from 9 till4 o'alock. Academy of music. lydia Thompson. LAST APPEARANCES of the world-famed "Peerless Queen of Burlesque," MISS LYDUy JUOMPSON HER INCOMPARABLE COMPANY, who will give 2 I THIS PERFORMANCES DAY, SATURDAY, May 10,187*. LURLINE, "And yet I am not happy." Price $1 MATINEE open at 1, begins 2; . over at Ik o'clock. to all parts of the house. EVENING?LAST APPEARANCE. A MWNSTEB PERFORMANCE. Act First ALADDIN. , Heathen Chinee Scene PIECES. BLUE BEARD. Tournament Scene of KENILWORTii; LITTLE AMY ROBSART. The whole constituting the gems of the repertoire of the company. Secure your seats. CQK-ATHENEUM THEATRE. ? HjU BroHdwny, opposite the Metropolitan Hotel. R. W. BUTLER Manager ANOTHER EXTRAORDINARY SENSATION BILL. ?Applause of tnc mnn enthsiastlc character. T1IE QUEENS OP BURLESQUE Al'l'RESSES. The admirable TTHE WORRELL SISTERS..! Burlesqne,? THE FIELD OF TUE CLOTH OP ElOLD. MISS MINNIE JACKSON, MISS LOUISA ARNOTT, MISS L1LLIE HaLL, IDA ROSS. t.KORGE ATKINS, LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT, WM. WEST, WM. WEST. WM. WEST, REYNOLDS BROTHERS, GEORGE AND CHARLES, AND REGULAR ATHENEUM >MPaNY. MATINEE <S) MATINEE T THIS AFTERNOON AT 2\ O'CLOCK. MATINEE Afternoon, doors upon at 1: Evening, at 7 o'clock. Seats reserved in advance. NOTICE.?MONDAY NEXT the GREAT ZANFRETTA TROUPK and the REMMKLSBERG SISTERS will ap pear, Witt other Novel AttraCtlOBS. ME. ANNA BISHOP, SATURDAY, has the honor to announce that her LAST APPEARANCE IN NEW YORK, M LAST Al'PEARANC prior to the commencement of her FAREWELL TOUR OF AMERICA, WILL TAKE PLACE IN A GRAND MATINEE AT STEIN WAY HALL ON SATURDAY. MAY 10, AT 2 O'CLOCK. assisted i>v the following brilliant array of artists, who have kitidlv proffered their assistance .? mllk. Pauline canissa, soprano-, mlle. DRASDIL, CONTRALTO: MLLE. FERRETTI, SO PRANO; MR. ALFRED WILKE, TENOR; MR. J. R. THOMAS, BARITONE, MR. L. G. GOTTSCIIALK, BARITONE; MH. EMILE SAURKT, VIOLIN; MR. A. H. PEASE, PIANIST; MR. P. BERGNER, VIOLON CELLO; MR. HENRY CARTER, ORGAN; HERR GOB PEL. CLARIONET. CONDUCTORS AND ACCOM PANYISTS?MESSRS. A REIPF, MARZO, C. C. (iOF FRIF. AND CHAS..FRADEL Tickets of admission. $1. including reserved seats, at the genera! ticket office, 114, and G. Schlrmer's, 701 Broadway; at ull the principal music stores, and at ticket office of the Hall. CTEINWAY HALL. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 16, i? MLLE LIEBIIART'S BENEFIT. Mile. LOUISE LIEBU a UT has the honor to announce HER BENEFIT CONCERT for FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 1^ 1ST:*, when the following brilliant arrnv of artists will ap Sinr:- MR. ANTON RUBINSTEIN, list, ANNA MEHLKJ (her last appearance in America); Mile PAULINE CAN1RSA. Soprano; Mile. ANNA DRAS DIL, Contralto: Mon*. EMU K SAURET, Violin Virtuoso; Mr. H. MILLARD. Tenor, and Mile. LOUISE L1EBHART, Soprano. on thin occasion will he performed for the first time by Mr. ANTON RUBINSTEIN and Miss ANNA MEHLIG. SCHUMANN'S ANDANTE aND VARIATIONS FOR TWO PIANOS. Reserved seats $2 Can be had on and alter TUESDAY MORNiNG, MAY 13, at usual ticket offices. AIMEE AT BROOKLYN ACADEMY. Close of the most successful season of AIMRE PARISIAN OPERA BOUFFE. MONDAY. Mav 12?I.A PERU HOLE. TUESDAY. May 1!*?LA GRAND DUCHESSE. Keats Icr sale ni (tie Academy and 114 Broadway, N. Y. MME. CLARA RRINKKRHOFP, THE CELEBRATED Soprano, will sing at Eastotl Tuesday, May 13. Miss Nettie Corwln, Pianist Apply by mall or telegraph to Ohles' Opera House for reserved seats. Tickets $1. including seat. THE OBOVI QUARTET. TO-NIGHT, at the GREEN ROOM, 141 Fourth arenne. DON'T FORGET THE DOBSON BROTHERS' MUSI CAL ENTERTAINMENT at the GREEN ROOM, 141 Fourth itv< nu<, to-nignt. To-night. MUSICAL. ? ? IMEZ.VOl'S LA M UNIQUE. "?READ AND PROFIT J\ by it; worth Its Weight In gold. Given aw.iv at WATSON'S Music Rooms, 92 Clinton place, or mailed tor It) cents. A THE NEW YORK CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, No. 0 East Fourteenth street, next to Deluionlco.'s, and BROOKLYN BRANCH. No*. 102.104 ??d IOC Court street, near state, REMAIN OPEN THE ENTIRE YEAR lor Private and class instruction in ail branches of Music and Modern languages. "IITANTED?FINE ITALIAN VIOLIN; ALSO VIOLA V? and Violoncello. Address, with description and price. QUARTET, Herald office. Wanted?fine Italian violin" also"viola and violoncello. Address, with doc rip 11 on and price, QUARTET, Herald onlcc. "V\rANTED?A PIANIST To PLAY EVENINGS I ROM TT t to 12 o'clock. I III at hK) W est Thirty first street. MEDICAL. A?MME MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN. RESIDENCE ? 114 East Tenth street, nt.ir Third avenue. A~ TTENTIONI?DR. FRANKLIN' (LATE Or PRUSSIA); consultation free ; privute office. I?>1 Bleecker st. M. MAI'RIt EAI . M IF?OFFICE lis LIBERTY ? strut near Greenwich street ? MME. RESTEI.LE. PHYSICIAN.?OFFICE NO. 1 ? East Fltty-second street, first door troin Fitth ?*?_ \ DVICE VMS. DR. AND MRS. BOTT, OFFICE M fx Amity street. r1ANCBE, COUGH, HF.MORRHOU?>, 1?ILi rsV, AC. O cured by Dr. ELMORE, It Warren St., Jersey City R. AND |H QftlRDLB, PHYSICIANS; RRSI dence 120 West Twenty sixth street, near Sixth av. A R. KINK'S OLD ESTABLISHED PRIVATE OFFICE, 14 Ainitv nt. near Broadway and Grind Central Hotel. R. AND MRS. ORINDLR, PHYSICIANS: RlJSl. denoe 1*0 West Twenty-sixth street, no?r Sixth ay^ M ME. VAR BUSK IRK, niYSICIAN.-RESIDKNOB, 1M fcMt ?Ui at.. bttwota M and Islington ftva. ABOH Dl RMT9. WOOD'S MUSEUM. DOM. HURRA.!* LAST MATINBE AND NIOHT or MR. DOMINICK MUURAY. LAST MATINEE AT I. LAST NIUUT AT S. The celebrated LAST character actor. LAST MATINEB MR. DQMlNttfK MURRAY, N 1(11(1 AT in the new drama of AT 3. WILLY RellLLY S. MH'l ill* DM AH COLEEN. LAST M ATI NER AT 2. * LAST NIGHT AT i. MONDAY EVENING. May 12. benefit of MISS UUSSIE Di-.PoRREST. /JRAND OPERA UOl'SB. MONTE CRIST# V ORAND PECHTfcli MATINEE TO DAY, AT HALF-PAST ONE. / 1 HAND OPERA HOU8K.?COMMENCES AT '4 to a 11 Hr. MiOUBTIN DALY... .Sole Lessee uud Manager. Mr. CHARLES FEOHTBR an MONTE ClUSTO EVERY SForiT in the magnificent romantic Drama of MO.Vl'K CIHSiO. Produced with the moil elaborate -in I insoniun< Scenti ami MecUanlcbl illusions ever presented upon the Aiucr ie*u stage. Magnificent Scenery 1 Superb Co-tunics I Characters by Mr. OIIARLRS WHEAT LEI an. Mitt LIZZIE PRICE. Mr. J. H. STUDLEY. Mr CIIAItLEd LKCLHRQ, Mr. li. T. RINGGOLD. Mr. J. W. JEN NINGS, Mr. C. J. ROCKWELL. Mr. M. OOLDBN. Mr. DORSI1.Y OGDEN, Mr. CHAPMAN, Miss JOKEl'IIINR HENRY, Messrs. Meade, 1'eukus. Pierce, Chapman, Bewcs, searie and olhors. ORAND FECIITEU MATINEE TO-DAY. *.* Se iU< mav be secured for 21) lay in advance. Appli. oalions by mail or iclegrap'i. directed to tile Manager, will be promptly attended to. Box office open from < till 6daily._ TTII AVENUE THEATRE. COMMENCES AT $ tt Solo Lessee and Manager Mr. AUOUbTlN DALY ,.AST NIOllTH OP DIVORCE. THIS SATURDAY. May 10. LAST MATINEE but one ?! DIVORCE MONDAY, May 12, Benefit of Mr. GEOROF, CLARKE and last night butfiveor DIVORCE. WEDNESDAY, May 14, Menettt of Miss LINDA DIETS. fTTlI AVENUE THEATRE. O Mr. DALY beg* to annontu-o that he will produce oa .TUESDAY NIOHT, May 20, for the (lrat time on any staxo, a novel (day. from tha German, bassd upon the latest drama of Dr. MOSBK TI1AL, of Vlenua, and entitled MADKL&IN MOREL Several unique dramatic and poenlc effects occur In tlM course of tliis play, which Mr. Daly designs to till the CLOSING PERFORMANCES ol the PRESENT eventful SEASON, and the distribution of characters calls out Um best powers of the Filth Avenue Company. Hon sheet will bo open Tuesday A. M., May 13. ?jTH AVENUE THEATRE. LAST "DIVORCE" MATINEE (BUT ONE) THIS SATURDAY, 1% O'CLOCK. T HEATRE COMIQUE, 514 BROADWAY. Mr. JOSH HART Lessee and Proprietor ORAND GALA* MATIN EB TO-DAY. AN ENTIRE NEW COMPANY AT MATINEE AND TO-NIGHT. AN ENTIRE OHANGE OF BILL AT MATINEE AND TO-NIGHT. AN ENTIRE NEW OLIO AT MATINEE AND TO-NIGHT. LAST MATINEE and LAST PERFORMANCE of the COMIQUE COMBINATION. A ORAND ARRAY OF TALENT for the LAST TWO PERFORMANCES. See the names. TIIE GREAT MARTEN FAMILY, MARTEN FAMILY in their Cat Duet. The wonder of the world, LING LOOK, in tils fire-eating, egg and sword-swallowing (eat G. W. JESTER and hia talking hand. LITTLE JENNIE YEAMENS, in her characteristics. Mons. LE TOBT, in his Slight-of-hand act, together with the great COOL BUROESS. THE FRANKENSTEIN MYSTERY, THE DECAPITATION PEAT. R. M. HALL, J. F. CROSSEN, Miss NELLIE SANDFORD, and a host of others for the Last Two Performance# of THE MONSTER MAMMOTH TROUPE. THE GREAT MARTEN FAMILY. * LING LOOK. 0. W. JESTER, LITTLE JENNIE YEAMENR Mons. LA TORT. For the MATINEE TO-DAY MATINEE TO-DAY and TO NIOHT?THE LAST NIOHT. TO NIOHT?THE LAST NIOHT. M Theatre comique. 614 BROADWAY. Mr. JOSH HART Lessee and Proprietor Mr- JOHN F. POOLE Business Manager EXTRA. ON MONDAY NEXT THE INIMITABLE VERSATILK STAR ARTIST MR. JOHNNY THOMPSON MR. JOHNNY THOMPSON MR. JOHNNY THOMPSON WILL MOST POSITIVELY APPEAR. THEATRE <OMIQUE, ON MONDAY NEXT, MAY ML RS. F. B. CONWAY'8 BROOKLYN THEATRE. Saturday Matinee, at 2 P. M., UNDER THE GASLIGHT. Evening, at 8 o'clock, DON CESAR DK BAZAN and RQ3E OF CASTILE. SJT. JAMES THEATRE. LAST NIGHTS. 5 LAST NIGHTS IN NEW YORK. Will positively close SATURDAY. May 10. FRANK MACEVOY'S NEW HIBERNICON, OR IRELAND IX AMERICA. ? The greatest Entertainment of the day. Irish Comedy and Character Company. Irish scenery, songs, dances, wit and tiumor. Orchestra Chairs 75c. Admission 50c. Last Matinee SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock. Admission fiOc. Children 15c. Children He. RUBINSTEIN MATINEE PIANO RECITALS AND LAST APPEARANCES IN AMERICA, at 3TEINWAY HALL, commencing MONDAY, MAY 12. The sale oi Single Tickets for any or all of the Recitals commences at the usual ticket offices THIS MOKNING, AT 9 O'CLOCK. Reserved Seats. $3 Mr. GRAU has the honor to annennce the detlnltive closet of the Rubinstein Concerts and of the MUSICAL SEASON of 187S-73 with a series of seven Piano Recitals, to he given BY MB. ANTON RUBINSTEIN, at 8TEINWAY IIALL, ON THE AFTERNOONS OF MONDAY, May 12: WEDNESDAY. Mav 14; FRIDAY, May l?; SATURDAY, May 17; MONDAY, Mav 19; TUESDAY. May :0, and on the EVENING of THURSDAY, May 22. These recitals are given as a fitting close to the great series of Rubinstein's Concerts, the moat successful, artis tically arfU pecuniarily, ever known in the United States. THE PROGRAMMES.present an enitome of the great Piano Music?commencing witn the elder Bach and end ing with Rubinstein. To the student and virtuoso they must prove as invaluable as a complete gallery to tba sculptor or painter, affording, as they do, the best illus tration of each school of classic music and teeming with opportunities for instructive study. THESE PROGRAMMES (Which can he hadatthe box office of Stelnway Hall and principal music stores) serve to illustrate the vast knowledge and exercise the unri valled executive ability of MR. ANTON RUBINSTEIN. Tony pastor's opera house, 201 bowery. GRAND MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE TO-DAY. TO-DAY, AT 2)4. THE FEMALE MINSTRELS. 16 YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL LADIES in Songs, Glees, Choruses, Jokes. Ac. THE WONDERFUL ZIGZAGS. MAKFLIN'S MAGIC SPADE DANCE. BILLY PASTOR'S COMIC SONGS. ROSA LEE'S EXUUIS1TE MELODIES. THE MUSICAL WONDER. PRANK JONES. THE GREAT STAR COMPANY. ISS ANTOINETTE STERLING will give a BALLAD CONCERT M previous to her departure for Europe, at Irvisg Hall, on Tuesday, Mnv IS, at 8 P. M. She will he assisted by Mies Henrietta Beebe, Soprano; Mist Matilda Tofdt, Violinist, and tne English Glee Club Tickets, $1; reserved seated $1 50. May be obtained at Schlrmer's, 701 Broadway. an>1 at the door on the evening of the entertainment STEINWAY HALL?BKLLF.W. , ? FAREWELL READINGS, Thursday evening, May IA. J, M. bkllew. Programme ?Part l-"Not Ashamed of nis Trade," by Madison Mortons "Belsbazzar's feastj Arnold; Tha OU.ve and the Lions," Leigh Hunt; l'The Eatonswill Election," Dickens. ... . Interval of ten minutes. Part II?"King I-ear?The Curse of Goneril." Shnta nfure ? "The Children," Dickens; "Rattle of Fontenoy." "Maior vambv," Wilkle Collins. Seat* $i ai 'citiiiMEn s, iu Broadway, and the Hall. N'EW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 61S BROAD ivav between Houston and Meeker streets.?Every one should visit the wonderful Museum lit lstUll of every ihinn neonle should see and understand. Lecture* daily on "The Philosophy of M.irriage." Those parties unahla to attend these important lectures can have them for warded postfree, on receipt of 25 cents, by addressing SK. KKTARY NKW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 6? Broadway. New York. LOUIS DURU'S GaLLKRY OF PAINTINGS?OP KM Jlmv and evening, tn the building ot the Oerman Sav ings Rank. General Moltke s Portrait, taken from lit*, by Professor Schrader. is now on exhibition. (>.ii a u J DOBSON, j the Kinit of the Ranln, and a host of talent, TO NIGHT, at the GRKEN BOOM, 141 Fourth avtnw. C 1ARD -PIANO, ORGAN, GUITAR, SINGINO.-MIS8 j WATSON nlvns private lessons, day and evening, at lier residence, M Clinton place (Eighth street). Instru ments!^ rni-hed for dally practice. ? C*TeOROB MACDONALD MATINEE. IT ASSOCIATION HALL, THIS AFTERNOON. IIETROPOLITAN * THEATRICAL AND ? SHOW PRINT^G ESTABLISHMENT, HERALD BUILDING. BROADWAY AND*ANN STREET. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TMBATRICAU MINSTRKL AND VARIETY CUTS CONSTANTLY qnuani*

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