Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 13, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 13, 1873 Page 2
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CITY REAL ESTATE FOR MALE. I J Central* t.A ?A ?A.?FOR SALE, AT A SACRIFICE, A FIRST lf\. class four story high stoon brown stone Hotuo, fei.2x58. t?a foot Lot on west side of Madison avenue, 80 feet hu uth of Seventy-lourth street, clear view to Park: three poors In hard wood, parlor floor cabinet work by rottier \ cJtyniua, with library, butler's pantry, mantel mirrors, kc. Also m first chimb House ol similar dimensions and uperior finish on Madison avenue, 25 teet from the outheast corner o* sixty-first afreet. Terms to suit: flood X'stiofi; lot* taken in puyment; bouses open torinspec i.hi. Inquire ol owner, A. KLABER, at his marble wurkx 134 East ElglltecHill Street. a VERY HANDSOME POPE STORY HIGH STOOP 21 brown stone House, Seventy-third street, near Kiitn h venue. for Mile ut a very low price. Inquire of A. I'll A I'AIN. 379 Lexington avenue, between Forty-first find Forty-second street*. Jk FOUR STOKY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE J\ House for sale?Elegantly furnished, on Park ave nue; price $4.\000, II. 1(. DREW A CO., No. 3 West ftwenty-thlrd striet, Filth Avenue Hotel. A NEW POUR STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN atone front House, cabinet finish; line location: trheap, <.n easy term*; possession Apply on premises, 53 ifcast Sixty-first street, near Madison avenue. A -FOR SALE OR TO LET. FIFTH AVION! E, J\ . northwest corner ISOth street, splendid double new modern stone Man-ion, stone stable and six Lots; ex tremely moderate price. V. K. STEVENSON, Jn., 11 Fine street TIOR SAI.E?A GREAT BARGAIN IN BUSINESS j1 property, as parties going abroad rnnst close an Estate.?centrally located and with a large frontage on Siranil street; terms to suit. HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street. VOB SALE?ON MADISON AVENUE, 25 FOOT JT Houses, cabinet flnisli; Urst class location : will sell iluiui lor $10 0 ?i less ban they are worth. Also Houses on Sixty-first street, near Madison avenue, at a propor tionate discount. lui)uirc ot MARTIN DUNN, 202 Kroad "Way. X^OR SALE?2 LOTS, EXCAVATED, IN WEST SIXTY J tlrststreet, near the Central Park; block uil Im proved Price $9 500 each. Apply to WASH . YOUNGS, B1.1 Seventh avenue. T71ULL LOT FIFT Y-POPRTH STREET, BETWEEN J Filth and Sixth avenues; also Cottage and Lot on Third avenue, llarletn; price low; terms easv. DEVENS* 4 COULTER, S4fr Pine street PRINCE STREET, ABOUT 130 FEET WEST OF Broadway.?A large. House and Lot36.6x100, suitable Jor the erection ot a first class dry goods store; tor sale at ijft decided bargain to close an estate. V. K. STEVENSON. Jr., 11 Pine street, or^E. A. BIBBY, 54 Wall street "WE WILL SELL THE FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP TT brown stone House CO).5x52x75) corner Madison svenae and Sixty-seventh street, and the house adjoin ing, 10x62x75, lor $89,(4)0; will sell them sapurateljr or "will trade for cash anil a small house In this city or in Yonkers. Inquire ut the owner, C. 11. TKUAX, or of TRl'AX A DOSCHEtt, Attorneys. No. 1 College place. 6TH AVENUE HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE? 18.9x52x116, three story and basement, brown stone. In Harlem; first class location; parties going to Europe; will take $21,000; terms easy. Apply to JOHN FET TRETCH, 1,036 Third avenue. "CIVI FIFTH AVENUE, OPPOSITE THE CENTRAL OU1 Park, near Sixty-fourth street,?A tlrst class new and elegantly finished brown stonu front House, having all the latest improvements; must he seen to bo appreciated. Apply on the premises, or address OORN.'S O'REILLY, 110 East Forty-mth street AAA WILL ?UY AN' ELEGANT POOR STOKY ?|pUl/.UV/U high s nop brown stoue House, on Mur ray Hill, West 1 hirty ninth street, near Filth avenue; house 25x60, lot 100; or $t>!i,U00 tor the same, fully and ele gantly furnished, including Piano und llilllard Table. REED A IIOYT, 22y Broadway. d?QO nnn ?GREATEST BARGAIN OPT?VALP tt>OZiiUvU. able tront of 76 teet on Boulevard, In cluding a prominent corner, with 218 ieet frontage and two valuable Lots, including corner, on Tenth avenue; h'I one piece, witli a line mansion, barn, Ac.; located Hear Seventy-second street; terms40per cent cash. S. FKElDJbNKICil A CO., 916 and 808 'Hard avenue. East Hide, A BARGAIN.?A PLOT OF 117LOTS, 156TI! STREET, East; centre of great Improvements; price low; terms easy. H. P. DE GRAAF, Bowery National Batik. A BARGAIN.?MUST BE SOLD. THREE STOKY high stoop brown stone, 242 East Fiftieth street; splendid order; immediate possession. Apply to owner, oitlro ot LIONEL FROEHLICII, Third avenue, corner fiftieth street A REAL BARGAIN ?223 EAST FORTY EIGHTH street; tour story high stoop brown slono House, 14 rooms, I4xt>5xioo, now bong put in first class order throughout, painted nnil irescoed; price $14,500; very impawn* Apply at L. MiiNDELSON'S, 76 Nassau st A" PLOT OF ABOUT 112 LOTS FOR SALE?ON HIGH ground in the new part of tnis city (lately annexed) for $?? per lot. A choice Plot of Land for sale at $1,600 per acre, con taining 35 acres, fronting 1,C35 feet on Central avenue Boulevard (which Is made); located In the city of You kers, which now odjoins this city, and lying between do pot* of two railroad". 1'OTTER BROTHERS, Nos. 4 and 6 t\ arren street. Branch otllee, Fordham depot AN OPPORTUNITY to PURCHABB BY THE ACRE? in the Twenty-lourth ward ot this city. Plots ot 5. 10 and 20 acres, on high ground, close to th* Harlem Rail road depot, at $2,MX) per acre. POTTER BROTHERS, Nos. 4 and 6 Warren street Branch otllee at Fordham depot A FIRST CLA8S THREE story" HIGH STOOP House, 133 host !? iit>-sixth street, lor sal* very cheap, it upplied tor at once; splendid order; all im provements. Apply to JOHN COAR, 152 East Thirty seventh street IpAST THIRTIETH STREET NEAR SECOND "AVE 11 nue.?The two cheapest Houses in the city, 2L9x45x 100; all modern improvements; must be sold. JOHN McCLAVe, No. 1 Pine street. IIOR SALE?VERY CHEAP AND ON VERY EASY terms, a now three story hiirh stoop brown stone House on Sixty-second street (restricted block), between Second and Third avenues; very finely finished In hard woods and one ol tile best houses ill the Nineteenth ward; it will pay to examine; sire 18.8x50xlC0; see it ut once. Owner on premises <r SAMUEL KlLrATRICK, 1,009 Hiird avenue, JIOR ft ALE-FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE 118 East Forty-filth street size 25xft0, lot 100 feet. Ap ply to W A It it K.N I. RITC/H, 88 Ann street 1pt.tR KALE?TO CLOSE AN ESTATE, 142 AND 144 ' Baxter street, near Urand; will be sold cheap. Ap ply to owner, 232 West Thirtv-eighth street I/or SALE?THREE STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK J; House and Lot 297 Seventh street, near avenue D. Apply to owner, on the premises, troiu 12 to 4 P. M. 1RRAT BARGAIN.?THREE FOUR STORY BRICK T Tenements on Second avenue. Nineteenth ward. They are well built, have independent sewers and pay well. WUI be sold Singly or together. Terms easy. HOW ELI, A HP MET, 921 Third avenue. Tenement property for kale, on third avenue.?Arorner near Thirty-fourth street five story trick Building, with store; must be sold. UtiDEN A CLARK, Broadway, corner Seventeenth st ( 'Meat Sltfe. ABrt.KHF.AD AND WATER RTfSHT, WITH ONE Halt' Block. 4t)0xS1.6, for sale or to lease for a term Ot years, running mmi Thirteenth avenue to West street. E. L A B. T. BL'IINHAM, 609 Hudson street. A BARGAIN.?FOR SALE, IN WEST FOURTEENTH street tour story brown stone high stoop House, 22 Ieet front, very slieap, at $22,01)0. OOIIEN A CLARK, Broadway, corner Seventeenth street FINE PIECE BUSINESS PROPERTY, 336 Greenwich street, for sale?22x90", building covers entire lot; at a bargain. DEVKNN'Y^A COPLTBB, MKPina street. BROADWAY AND FORTY-EIGHTH STREET.?A chance for capitalists; a Front on Broadway, now bong widened ; tiae site lor any kind ut business, on easy terms. JOHN C. CI RAFF, 294 Broadway. I" ilOE 8ALB?ONE OR ALL OF THE "THREE STORY Houses art!. 581 and 586 Seventh avenue, few feet li-om itsjuneii. n with Broadway; will soon be in demand tor business purposes and is the most desirable and cheapest property offering: price and terms reasonable. VVM. ELLIoTt X t o , 1,491 Broadway, near Forty-fifth street, or address OWNER, box 4,mw Post ottlcc XpOR SALE?AT A BARGAIN, AN EXCELLENT MOD X ern small House, in Finh ward, near Canal street; In rooms; w ater gas. Ac.; not much cash required. Also clieup small House and Lot in York street, near Canal Street; would make a gouil simp or stable. JAMES price, 200 Hudson street. 1JH>1 SALS?IN WEST FORTY-FOURTH STREET, r first class three story and basement brown stone tront Houses M!> and 247 ; price $lli,JU) and $17,000. Inquire on the premises. I^OR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN?THE ENGLISH basement Residence 204 West Thirty-eighth street, in perfect order, with carpets, nearly new; fixtures, ?lia les and oilcloths throughout the house , price $2a(??; little or no cusli required. Apply to the subscriber, upoii the tiremiscs, or at 76 Cedar street JONATHAN EDWARDS. IrtOR SALE OR TO LET?FOPR STORY HIGH STOOP brown stone front House 205 West Thirty-eighth street, near Broadway;*11 modern improvements. For permits apply to CORN :S O'REILLY, 110 East Forty-tilth street, "VERY COMMANDING ptISITION?JUST WEST f?F \ Broadwav. in rear of Ball, Black A Go 's, 36.6 feet front, 1.11 icci deep, lor sale at a reduced price, to close estate. WM. TRIST BAILEY, IJ2 Broadwav (ground tloor). 410 KAA ?THE CHEAPEST THREE STORY l^.'tHtl, House and Lot in this city, 21x60x100, high stoop, 14 rooms, in perfect order, with all modern lm|iri>vcmcnt*, uas fixtures included, $fi.iNio cash and l^latii c on mortgutie. 421 West Twenty-eighth street. M iscetiancooii Brown stone hoi e for sale?on very easy terms; little money required; chart-iing In toft Complete order; clean block. Address D. C. L.. box 1-2 Herald Uptown Brunch office. BKUOKLV.M PKOPKKTY P4HI SAI,E AMI TO I,ET. JJERALD BRANCH O K HC h-H RoQK L V s'. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT Ol K BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONG ISI^AND SAVINGS BANK HI ILDINO, I ORNER OF FULTON AV. AND ROERUM ST. CH1CE OPEN FROM HAM. TILL 9 P, M. O.N SUNDAY FROM 3 TO 8 P. M. CARRIERS AND At.ENTl* DEPARTMENT ? yif, f FKOST fi 1 BEET, BROOKLYN. An invbsteent.?for sale, three htort . in. a in nt and under cellar brick House, 178 Presi* dent Street opposiM Uarroll Park, Brooklyn; r.ics loea* 11 on; rented lor $9%to May I, 1874, price gs.1**' E. B. P ELLOUG, No. ^ Broadway, New York, 10 to 11:46 A. M. only. IfuR RALE?A THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE, WITH 1 Groceries, including a liutcker Maud and three story Smoke House, on account ot giving up business. Imiulre 01 PKOSCII A Si AHL, on the premises, corner of Filth ftvuuue and FuariveBUl ftfect, Brosklyti. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOB 8AUB AND TO LET* ^ ^ i _ p r^nj. j-u_ n ^ ^ ?-?/vn sat V ON BROOKI'YN HKIGHTS, THE TWO F L? and attic well brick House aid U>t25x uin Mow street; three minutes' walk from Wall itreiuerry - In first rate order; gas, lurnace, bath room; over liaU iihB purchase money may rt-.uain on iK.nd anci mortgage ; possession at onoe. Apply to J. N. KALLY, 202 Montague street , F"~OR ~ SALE-HOUSE-OR TO LET. 1.367 FULTON street, a splendid four story brown atone front, !? feet deep; tl? best stand in Brooklyn lor a baker, dry goods or shoe store. AI<o a cheap house Tor JMW con taining 13 rootns, with all Improvements, well built; the pattern house next door sold lor #7, U). The reason that I aui sellinK so cheap Is that I am going to Europe. Any ohe who will Invest $3,001) can muke half ol the money Apply to J AMES SWEET, CiH DeKalb avenue.^ JjlOR SALE?MAGNIFICENT FOUR STORY AND basement brown stone House, 25xfi5xl36: all modi rn Improvements; most select neighborhood in the city; neur Park aud ferries; will be sold a bargain; M or 60 ?er cent ou mortgage It desired. Address llOUSK, Irooklyn Branch Herald office. Handsome three story basement ank sub cellar Brick Uouso, 12 rooms, all Improvements; first rate location ; lew blocks Irom Oltv Hall and terries, price $7,U00. W. COOK, 235 Washington streei,Brooklyn. TO LET-A TWO STORY AND BASEMENT FRAME House, with 4 lots of ground and stable, 1,609 Broad way, Brooklyn, K. I) For lurtlier particulars apply to EELSEY A CORN WELL, lofi Hroadway, Brooklyn, E. I>. TO LET-IN BROOKLYN, A HIOH STOOP BROWN stone House; location fino; 15 minutes from lerry; alMXix.M); la rooms, all improvements; rent $1,WW. Ap ply at 42 Killtou street, Brooklyn. WKSTCilESTKH COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SAI.E ASD TO RENT. Annexed portion ok westghkbter gounty? Morrisania. Empbrldge West Farms-Properties lor sale. We pay special attention to these portions ol the coiintv, haviiik opeiatcd in them lor years past. In vestors inay obtain lull and 'eMUble IntorniaUon from our offlcu. K. G. A D. BROWN, 90 Broad way. GOTHIC HOUSE. 13 ROOMS 7 CITY LOTS, CAR riage house, in West Morrisanla, near depot, lor sale or lease very low. Vi .- A, ..'i. Bowery National Bank.^ A COUNTRY HOME IN THE CITY FOR SALE. 6 A lots iiu I modern house, 3 minutes from Williams bridge depot Price $4,000. Principals address ME CHANIC, Herald Uptown Branch office. J EXECUTOR'S SALE OP EXTENSIVE EAST RIVER j Water Front ?The undersigned offer lor sale the Residence of the late Francis Barretto. In Woslchcster county on the East River, two milos above Hell date, containing abont 100 ai res of upland, with extensive and very valuable water privileges, having a water trout of over one mile, mostly deep water. The land Is well graded and possesses many beautiful build in* hi tea. Tnls property Is well located for public Institutions and Is worthy the attention of railroad and steamship com panies. The Immediate opening of Hell Gate by the government, the l'ortchester Railroad nearly completed, having a depot within ten minutes' walk; the New York and Westchester and Boston Railroad, now under con tract, with a terminus on the East River only one mile be low. together with rapid transit now a certainty, will bring tills property within SO minutes of Wall street and make it an investment which cannot tail to give large and speertv returns. For lurthsr particulars apply to F. J. BARRETTO, 61 Beaver street HENKY C. BARRETTO ) FRANCIS J. BARRETTO, [Executors. ALONZO C. STEWART, ) IilOR SALE-COUNTRY VILLAS AND VILLA SITES, 1 fronting on the Sound, at Kastchester Bay. The buildings are new. having been erected dunng the past season, arc conveniently arranged and \a"diwmelnde slgn; tiie location is unsurpassed lor healthtulness and beauty of surrounding scenery, while affording amplo opportunities tor boating, sailing, tlslung and bathing. The land has been laid out in park style, and will only be deeded to such as will engage not to erect nuisances or obstructions. The prtees ure moderate, and terms easy, So as to enable a family of moderate means to enjoy a delighttul home within easy distance of the city. The new Portchester Railroad, to be completed In April, will have a station within 15 minutes of the property. Plans and views can be seen at the office of P. LOKlLI.Altp ? CO ,16 and ""chambers street, where full Information will be obtained. FOR SALE-AT RYE. WESTCHESTER COUNTY. N. Y. a very pretty Place, consisting of cottage house and two acrcs of ground In garden and lawn, with shade and fruit trees; it Is within a mile ol two railroad stir Hons; churches and schools still more convenient, will be sold cheap and immediate possession given. Apply to STEPHEN FIELD. Rye station, N. Y., H. and N. 11. K. K. TTtOR TaLR-AT MOUNT KISCO, WESTCHESTER r couuty (lovely situation, near depot), 13 acres; good dwellliur, barn, orchard, fruits lee house; price $10,000. Dr. BYRN, M) Cedar stree t, upstairs. MOHAUSIC LAKE SHORE FARM?NEARLY 2I'0 acres, six miles from Peekskill. one half mile from New York Boston and Montreal road; sale or exchange New York or Morrisaiiia Propertv ; owlk-rs old; will re tire. Inquire at 14 Broailwav, office I, II to J. TO BE SOLD WITHOUT DEI.AY?ON MOUNT HOPE, Tremont 30 minutes from grand depot, line loca len. House, II rooms; garden, trult Ac.; with or without Furniture; cheap and easy terms. Hull at once or ad dress the owner, E. B. GOODRICH, Tremont, N. Y. TWO ELEGANT STORES TO LET?IN YONKERS, N. Y , one with a dome skvlight, suitable tor dry goods or groceries. Inquire of J. COPCU IT, Yonkers, or 44) Washington street. New York, on Tuesdays or Iridays. atter 10 A. M. TO LET?FURNISHED, FOR THE SUMMER SEA son, at Croton Lake, a commodious farm House, pleasantly situated on the Inke . well shaded; Ice house, fined. Terms $11*) per monjh. & ^ m Brondw.y._ rpi. RKNT-AT TARRYTOWN, A COUNTRY SEAT, 10 1 minutes from depot, furnished House, with all modern Improvements; also stable and carriage house. fine shade trees, lawn and garden; lor extensive and magnificent river and inland views the place has no su perior If equal, on the entire Hudson. Inquire immedi ately ot'HOMKR MORGAN, Jfo. 2 Pine street TO RENT OR FOR SALE?AT YONKERS, FULLY and handsomely furnished and finished, for three or four months, from June 1, loa small family, a House on Palisade avenue, with one acre of Ground, containing eight rooms; excellent spring water, t'as, Ac ; piazza on south and west; lull view of the llu.lson as tar as stafen Island. Apply at Observer office, ;i7 1 ark row. .H USKY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BERC;EN RKAL, IvSTATK. For Sale. 4 POSITIVE 100 PER CENT PROFIT.-33 LOTS i i\ centre Jersey Cltv, within seven minutes ol tour | ferries; ^??^JHl.^PLATT. opposite Court House. | 4 PLOT NINE ACRES. JERSEY CITY, $10,500; ONE j\ ot 12 acres, $1,200 per acre; Building Lots, Houses, Stores, Ac., ut I'Yo'iVn Yl!' PLATT, Jersey City Heights. /I REAT "BARGAIN WILL BE OFFERED TO ANY ] ( J 0ne wanting a place of tour acres, with house con talning eight rooms, and first class barn, on the hrio Road at fioboken; one of the most healthy regions near New Vork. RlKER, HESSE A CO., No. 5 1 ine street | To Let or Leane. A N UNFURNISHED HOUSE, WAYNE STREET JER. A sey City ; 10 rooms; convenient location ; r-nt tow ; Kadtote rpo LET?.sEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES^ WITH 1 modern conveniences, located in Bergen,)!?. J. minutes from the city; rents low to good tenants. Apply to APPLEBY A HELME, 133 Water street PROPERTY OUT OK THE CITY KOR SALE OR TO RENT. ALL WANTING F \RMS ?FOR SALE- TO FARMER8, gardeners and larm laborers from the Old Country? Good Farm Lauds, virgin soil, at $25 per acre, oni six years'credit. The soil is a good, productive loam, mar the ,Treat markets ot New \ork and Philadelphia, by rail road' where troin 20 to 40 acres constitute a good farm, when partly planted to irult Irom this locality a greater quanutv and variety of fruit Is sent to market than trom any other place ot equii1 United States. It fs In the midst ol a IhrlMng community, with good road-, stores, schools and manufactories. Female members of lami.ies can procure good work at straw sewing, shoe w"rk. but ton making, clothing work anil other br?nehes. English. Irish and scotch farmers have settled and are prosperous. Numbers ol gardeners from tte vicimty of New York are locating. I-arming is more profltabh than Weston account of the markets. Apply to JOHN B. PAGE, 102 Park place, two do<irs from W est stroet. Nevv York. Papers containing lull inlorinatioii will be sent tree of charge. ^ - ? A LL WANTING HOMES IN THE COUNTRY -\ Where It Is healtliy. where there is an abundance of fruit, where the roads are gmsl and drives beautiful, amntig orchards, vineyards, tiowera, shrubbery ami he aes. where he l?>st of school- are to be tound, and Kr is allowed to b?. sold. 5 10 and acre Lots lor ?ale at $25 per ai re, anil Improved Places at from $1,000 to $3,000, near Philadelphia and New \ ork, ?nP'* to JOHN B. PAGE. 102 Park place, two door* from West street, New York. Information sent 4 Kll-TY ACRE ORANGE COUNTY FARM F()R A sale or exchange?2H miles from Middle town; situ ation very healthy and commanding an ex enslve yi. w. making it desirable for a Summer residence; will be sold wltii the farming utensils, stock, horses, cows, Ac., for $12,iW). half on mortgage. For particulars address I. c. C? box ?*# Post offlce. New York. _ A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED HOUSE AT RED Bank, on the Slirewxburv River, to let; 1? rooms; spaeious grounds and outbuildings; boating, bathing, Ac ; four trains and river boat to city daily ; terms low. W. A FRENCH. Gl< bo Hotel, Red Bank, N. J. AT (RANFORD, NEW JERSEY CENTRAL RAIL road, 4f< minutes from New York, commutation $70 per annum ; finely located Lots, 50x200. selling now irom $;?)0 U> $6*1(1, payable $35 quarterly; building materials and labor taken In payment; will build houses to order .""small cash payments. BLOOMINODALE, 988 Third aventte and iv.i Broadway, room 19. PARM-41K ACRES, FOR SALE, IN BERGEN countv New Jersey, with Stock, one Horse, one Cow Wagon and Harness, Poultry, Ae.; abundance of fruit'- new house. 1.1 rooms barn. Ac.; welll fenced and HV?lr'ablv located: within 30 miles ol Sew York , price ?6,000; terms easy. Apply to ACK KKM AN, fi i Karrl?> st. ACOTTVGK (SF.VKN ROOMS) TO LET AT $25 A month; large Garden, fruit and shade; also a small Cottage (Ave rooms) at $10 a month; 35 minutes Ironi I n> Hall. In ^^ ^"NAOII AN A CO , M Cedar street 4 FINK CHANCE (ISO ACHES)?AT KINCMTOK, N J ; A uiil rii>b buildings large anil convenient, fruit in aimndanec; we'! wat" red . one mile from depot will ev rliau^rc for Oity Property; no encumbrance; price rooms M and 14. 4 Mi'F. IHU'Sh AMI.", ACRKS Ot GROUND. AT A <.uit. ni.erg, N J., will be let for a lager l*i rgarden, rent very I w Call on or address COTTAGE, 1,239 Broaa wa 4 DH.KlllTI i Kl IDENCE OH TllK IBOM, beauil'ul view, 4', acres, shade and fruit trees; house II rooms; barns. Ice house, greenhouse ; ten mln uies irom w hltes one, 2H niinuiesfrom Hunter's Point by North Side Itaiiroail, low price, easy terms. C. C. WAYLANHA AVMAK, ll>'. FlllUin St., New York. \T NEW BRIGHTON, STaTEN ISLAND?UNSUR passed locations, liou-es, all Improvements' rents $4.'iO, ftsM, $7.'sj, $i,$x>. $2,500 a year; lurnlshed, $100. $IW, $2ki, $.v?, ?5oo in .iitii lor Mitiiiner ; Mime with Ullliard rooms, stables, extensive grouuds W. a. COLLINS. 28 Flue street. PROPERTY OUT OF THW CITY FOB HALE OB TO HBIfT. Apart ok finest, healthiest country Residence to let? Untarnlhed, on the Hudson, w minuter to New York: acres oi land; rriit very moderate. Apply to owner, 217 West Thirteenth street. AT TAPPAN, ON TUB NORTHERN railroad, so minutes tr in the city?Cottago House; ID rooms ; % acre of Uml; every way a desirable property; wm wll cheap or runt low to a good tenant K. W. IIAIOHT^ ALAROK PRIVATE RESIDENCE FOR BUNT? Sunswick Terraco. Astoria; garden, greenhouses, graperies, fruit. Ice, alaoles,, Ac.; completely Furnished ; low rent. V. K. 8Ti4VENM>N, Jr., II nno st. BEAUTIFUL SHORE FRONT BE8IDEN0E KOR sale; II rooms; modern Improvements: over one acre; Irull; shade; noar depot; healthy; $9,MO; descrip tive circular. J. W. ATWATeB, Riverside station, Conn. Bloom field, n. j.?furnished hodbb to rent. to a private family, until November 1. three minuter I'roin depot; rent $70 oer month. Apply to J AM lis B. 8WORD, ma Broad way. /COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE?BEAUTIFULLY SITU ' J ated, at Huntington Harbor, near the village of Huntington, consisting oi storv frame house, with ex tension. boat house, Ac.; plenty of fruit; grounds, 75x250 {trice $4,000, tialt cash. Inquire at hardware store, 151 !entre street, New York. E COTTAOE, 12 ROOMS, ONE HOUR FROM CITY, FOR sale or to rent?On fine corner, only HOO feet from rail road depot; One stable; low and on easy terms. O. A. MOTT, Counsellor, 12Chambers street, N. Y.^ C10SBY COTTAOE?NINE BOOMS; SIX LOTS, CAB J rlage house; beautifully shaded; fronts bay; hatn ing;flvc minutes' walk ironi ferry, staten Island; $4,000; terms to suit DARRIN, do Broad street LKOANT VILLA?ACRE LAND; HIGHEST STATE _li of Improvement; healthy location; Alio view; 10 minutes from lerry, Slateu Island; $6,000: terms to suit. DARlilNl 90 Broad street. IjlNGLEWOOD.-TO RENT AT A BABOAIN. CHOICE V House, centrally locutod; 10 rooms, all city conve niences: stable, three Acres land, fruits, shade and shrub bery ; superb views; will bo let low, furnished or unlur nishi'd. CHARLES D. KELLOGO, No. 1 I'ine street Bfactories AND RESIDENT PROPERTIES FOB salo, Patcrsou, N. J., Steady water powers, Cheap coaL I<ow freights. Skilled labor. One hour from New York. Canal, four railroads, 100 dally trains. J. FISIIEB SATTERTHWAITE. 10 Pill* Street. Farm of :ioo acres of land in pike county. Pennsylvania, for sale for ono-half Its value. ?150 clear; good dwelling, 10 rooms; barns, carriage house, stables; a splendid orchard ; one milo from Dlngman; free from stone ; this, worth $10,000. will he sold for $5,000 to Nettle an ixtate. Apply to JollN STEWABT, 338 West Sixteenth street Fm OB SALE?AT EICIIMOND HILL, LONO ISLAND, on Southside Railroad, only 30 minutes (7 miles) from ferry, a number und variety of neat Dwellings; also Lots and beautiful Villa Sites. Place high, well drained, healthy and restricted against nuisances. Apply to J. W. FIELDER, 231 Broadway, room 13; R. R. HAZARD, 110 Broadway, or O. B. FOWLER, on the premises. T.X>R sale?A HANDSOME COUNTRY SEAT. AT I1 Queens, L. I.; one hour from city ; 20 or 27 acres ; plenty of fruit; 3,000 feet frontage on Hempstead road and Madison avenue; five minutes from two railroad sta tions. Apply, lor particulars, to A. O. FINDLAY, at Queens, or a't85 I-eoiiard street, New^ork. FOR 8ALR?ONE OF THE FINEST COUNTRY Homes on the Hudson River: splendid views of the Catskills; new large house, cottage, buildings, uock and 3 000 fruit trees; in complete ordur; 80 acres; all unen cumbered. Address C.. box No. 9 Post ittice, Tivoli, or apply to M. T. WOOLLEY, No. 6>4 Pine street, room 10. FHOR SALE-A FARM, CONTAININO 100 ACRES or rich land, suitable tor grain or stock raising ; large hous-, bam and other outbuildings, with all the stock, crops, fanning utensils. Ac. Call lor Mr. MEBBITT, at 4a Broome street. _______ 1,-IOR SALE?A desirable BRICK VILLA ON THE V east bank of the Hudson: 15 rooms; modern improve ments; furnace; hot and cold water; large tiled hall; hard wood floors and mantels; decorated ceilings; piazzas and bay windows; ground high; river view from near Newburg to the CatHKllls: abundant fruit; hothouse lor straw berries, rtpo March 1; conservatory ; cold grapery and lodge; 30 or more acres of land, diversified with shrubbery, terraces, lawn, shade trees and evergreens; well drained and healthy; one mile from depot and ? from New York ; Furniture sold It desired; price $J0,U00. Apply to TAYLOR A STEARNS, No. 1!, Pine street. hH)B SALE?IN THE TOWN OF WESTPORT, CONN., a valuable Mill Property, consisting of about 9 aeres of land, three tenement houses, one a large one, suitable for owner; plenty of truit, good water, three barns or store houses, water power, 25 horse-power eight months in the year ; 25 horse engine, three boilers, brick building, 25x20, two stories, addition 120x16, one story ; 25,000 bricks; mile from lauding, Ik from New Jork and Now Haven Railroad depot; a splendid place for a foundry, tannery or anv business: possessionican be had litimediatelv. For particulars apply to W 1LLIAM VYOOD, Wesiport, Conn. I7IOR BALE?THE YAPI1ANK STATION ON THE 1 Long Island Railroad; good house, stables, Ac.. 150 aeres ol laud a mile track on It; railroad company pays $50 a month lor a part ot the privilege of the house ; Hood place for hacking und boarder*: price $14.000;; one-halt can remain for a term of years. Address E. EDWARDS, Patchogue, Long island, N. Y. FV?R SALE-PROPERTY, CONSISTING OF FIVE acres, buildings, Ac., in Bloomfield, N. J.; nicely located ; can be divided Into building lots; fronts on two streets; near to two railroads; 40 inlnutes from New York. Address, for turther particulars, JENKINS, JU7 Canal street. IjlOR SALE IN VIRGINIA?1,200 ACRES OF FINE 1 Timber Land in the immediate vicinity or the ter minus ot the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, nearly across the whole peninsula, from river to river; five min utes from steamboat landing, between Yorktown and Williamsburg: railroad runs through the land; will no doubt have a depot on the land; will he sold together or in small plots of 51 acres: $1.'? to $20 per acre. Address hUNNY SOUTH, box 142 Herald office. __ Ir*OR SALE OR TO LET?Fl RSI SUED FOR THE ' ?ca?oii at Bayside, Island, the residence of the lute S. T. Ntools, delightfully located on the bay; a very elegant anil fully furnished summer residence and out buildings, overlooking the Sound and surrounding coun try house contains all the modern Improvements; lawn, narden, shade and fruit trees, Ac.. Ac. Also tor sale, tor private residences, adjoining the above, about 24 acres ot ground, commanding tine views and easy ot access, and well adapted to be divided into villa sites; accessible by railroad Irom Hunter's Point I several times a da^-0MI[R MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street. T^OR hale OR TO RENT-ON BAVSIDF. SHOBK. L. L. r old Homestead ot Mlckle estate; two acres; W rooms cellar, ice and washliousc; tine bathing, boating and fish Inn; plenty ot shad v. near the depot J. C. BaILEY, 50 East Fourth street, or C. W. KOGEBS. No. 9 Pint: street. FtOR SALE OR TO LET-TWO HOUSES, FRENCH style; one furnished; perfect gems; replete with all modern conveniences; 11 rooms; 10 minutes from City Hall 5 minutes troin boat and ears; location unsurpassed ; high'ground. Apply to Mr. IIE IS BE RD, 29 East Fourteenth street. ___ _ T7IOR A ALB OR TO LET?AT UPPER HACKENSACK, r N J., a two story and attic House, with Lot, 150 leet square, inquire ot J. T. Hl!RR, 253 West Eighteenth st REAT SACRIFICE.?MI ST BE SOLI) THIS WEEK, it one of the most choice and beautiful Farms in Bucks county Pennsylvania; contains 57 acres ot rich, smooth land, "under the highest cultivation?6 acres wheat. 6 corn, 1 of potatoes, balance splendid grass; will cut 70 tons ot hay ; nice brook ; good orchard; substantial build ing storehouse, 6 rooms; nice vard; plenty of shade; splendid barn, cost $3,000; hog und poultry houses, car riage and v axon houses, Ac.: good cash market; only two miles from large, flourishing town: 38 miles from Philadelphia : milk and 12 passenger trains daily: only 1 ol I.I'roin vou' vnrli nlfv hru'K Tl^l 11(1 iTllf CPODH. I'll.; lliVTV UIK<* ^??rvn**rn i t-iiiin.vivniiia. i??iuu?u Onakerstown. Innuiri* Ht Miller'* Hotel, opposite tne station, lor ti. L. WALKER. Carriage waiting. Can re turn at SP. M Greenwich, conn.?furnished oottaoi to let, with several aeres lawn, tine stables anil cow: house contains 10 rooms and commands licautlfUl view of Sound. Kent low. Apply to W A. mead, 126 East Seventy-elgnih street, New York. Handsome hocse to bent-at orange, n. j.. near Brick Chnreh station; will be rented very low to good party. Address J II. V.. box 2HJ Herald oitice. Hotel pbopebty for sale in new jkrsey 18 miles from New York, tlve minutes' walk from depot; terms easy. Apply to MORBIS LIVINGSTON, 121 Liberty street IONO BRANCH-FOR SAI.E, TWO PLOTS OK j acres each, finely located, near ocean avenue; rea sonable price and terms. jaMES PRICK, 300 Hudson at. MOJIMOUTH BEAt II, NORTH BRANCH AND LONG Hranch Lota, on ami n?ar the sea front sizes, and ranging in price from $500 to V.'*? each; eboicely located lor sea side cottages, for sale bv K. ti. a D. BROwN, 90 Broadway. Marble quarry in Rutland, vt., one of the best with complete machiuery, lor sale very cheap and on easy terms. It FRANKLIN er,ARK,55 Liberty street VfYACK.? ELIGIBLY LOCATED FIRST CLA98 i.1 lloiLses tor sale arid rent; also very desirable Lots and Plots at reasonable rales and liberal terms; magnln ccnt river views: also good variety of Farms. Apply to TAYLOR A SMITH, Nyaek. o NLY $7 AN ACRE, CASH.?M17 ACRES OF THE very best heavy Timber Lands In Centre county. Pennsylvania, lour liiiles troin depot. J J ' JullN S. KWEN. 39 Nassau street. OHkanoe, N J.-OBEAT VARIETY PBOPEBTY FOB sale; Houses, lurtnshcd and unfurnished, to rent Sale catalogues. I. II. OERRY. J Nassau, corner Liberty street ^ Part of a iianiisumei.v fi rnisiikd house? All improvements, piano, billiard room; rent $75 per month n>r Summer , ten minutes froin West Brlgnton, btaten Uland landing W * collins. 28 Pine _?treot_ Saratoga -to let. h knished, brick house. Franklin square, 12rooms, hath, heater, gas; all modern improvements; lot MxlHM; ele.gani grounds; June 15 to September 15, $LfM); will sell tor ?2f),i?*>; with fur niture, $25,000; great bargain. Address H. VAN 121 and 126 Broadway, Saratoga. N. Y. mo LET-TWO BEAUTIFUL SWISS COTTAGES; 1 Northern Railroad New .fpriwjr; 2A minuteis Pajonla f?*rry; $2ft per month. Apply to J. NKLHON LUCKM, .i* i.iim r t \ vtr- et, ??r E K?K, No. Dtf ?treet TV) LE I FI RNISII ED IIOU - K, DEl.lliIITFU ELY located on the Hudson, atspuvten Duyvil; carriage house and two acres ground; $l,?? per year. Alan> un tarnished House, $ii6a Permits ol A. JOLBNEA?,51 Lispenard street TO LET-A COUNTRY RESIDENCE, furnished, delightfully and healthfully situated at Garrison s, opposite West Point; 15 minutes' drive from tho depot; contains 17 rooms; hot and cold water, bath room, Ac.; ice house filled; carrla?e house and stable; vegetable garden planted, fruit Ac . horses and carriages coachman Is hired. Apply to CIIAKLKS GTBMIfH, Caf i tag* office. Custom House, New York.

PH.OPKB.t y OCT OP THK CITY FOB *ALB OR TO RBIVT. T0?..LF-A Df SIKABLE 8TOKB COMPLRTRl.Y fty. r? ?' "Sw~?iS^sw& jn&wa? TO I-KT-AT ENOLEWOOD, N. J. A HTOHP flMnwn Pallsnde House, sui aide for a Ark dim birber *? w^S. wr j.ppljr tou Tio LET?AT RBROEN POINT. N. J? A LA IIOR hilly furnished gentlemen's Itenidence; best loc itlon' Siut^?S2e-KounMS pl^,niJL of ,ruit< 8a<- *c- Addreas bus o,itl7 Post oilice, Now York. ?-???? TO I,ET-AT WHITESTONK, A LARGE HOUSE FOR nuinmor boarders; bouutilully located upon the iihore T, ,oll.K so?nd: rent $9i? per Also several other Houses, with all conveniences, furnished aiid un furnished, from %M to $l,OUO a vear. K. D. TUCKER,^4 Cliff street TO RENT FOR THK SEASON?A FURNISHED House, thirti es room* and piazza, with garden. barn and carriage hoti e, In Great Harrington village, Berk TO RENT-KINK HOUSE AND 40 ACRES, ONK MILE i lr*nm>. " miles from city; Irultin abundance; neighborhood tluc; 48 minutes irom city; rout 4601 W. B. PARIhII A CO., 23 Dey street. TO bent-W1TH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, A NICE House, halt nn aere of land, at Westflcid. one hour irotu Wall street via New Jersey < enlral. RIKER, IIBSSK a CO., No. 5 Pine street $1 f)00 ~|TE\ACR5B go?D>AND, DESIRABLY WL.tHri/..located; about ono hour from New York: i l'cr((,9' i J5 or 20 acre* same place; close near Mott "* 1(1 17? Canal streut, 000 ~KOR 8ALR. OOTHIO HOUSE; kevkn 1rool"?,; beautifully lurnlshcd ; high EVMVS!i (SS""1 ??5?g ??*?? SPECIAL despatches SPECIAL DESPATCHES SPECIAL despatches SPECIAL DESPATCHES every EVENINO IN THK TELEGRAM every E VENINO IN THK TELEGRAM every E VENINO IN THE TKU RAI every EVENING IN THK TELEGRAM AND ALL THK ' AND ALL THK AND ALL THE AND ALL THE LOCAL news OK THE DAY every NIGHT LOCAL news OK THE DAY EVKItY NIGHT LOCAL news OK THK DAY EVKRY NIGHT LOCAL news OK THE DAY every NIGHT REAL kstatk to exciianuk. A JT??R STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE i'n"a r*.tc location; very handsomely frescoed; in coraplete order; tree and clear; will bo exchanged for railroad stock or good mortgage* and a little cash. JAQOb sHARPB, 149 Broadway. A FACTORY IN NEW YORK-5 XlllO, LEASEHOLD proper!/, with 35 years' I fuse, Incoma $2,000 and rents secured, for sale, or exchange for small House In good location, or Lots In lower part Westchester county, Brooklyn or New York. Apply to I>. A S., 118 Wall street A N ELEGANT RESIDENCE IN JERSEY-TIME """i"'0*r,nuar two depots; modernJmprove X22?i?Mi?n bouse an(l Ice house; three acres: lirli-e, $.<0,000; mortgaged tor one-third Its value; would take a good Team or fine Furniture in port payment. In OWNER, box 172 l?crakTottlce?' A -F.?" SAL,K. EXCHANGE OR RENT-FINE PLACE ? at Norwalk. Conn.; house (water and gas), barn, 20 lot. ground; would exchange tor house in city and nay ditterence in cash. W. ll, GRAY, 20 Wooxter street* For sale or exchange-on south" hide Staten Island, one hour from city, a House and 5 acres ol Land, near the water ; good battling, fishing, and plenty of fruit. Inquire of Mrs. ALLISON, stand 4 Washington Market, vesey street WOR 8ALK OR EXCHANGE?FOR CITY PROPERTY X a rarm of 13 acres, land all under state ol c ultivation'; garden made; trults, berries and shade trees in ahund i?C.e;?nr?.<s )l,1',e' ???'"S; large barn and outbuild ings, all In order; 17 miles from New York city, three minutes walk trom depot, on Midland Railroad ; church Sfi??mn' posl offlcu J1"" tilori'! 45 minutes by rail; price' ?18,000; no encumbrance on place; terms to suit pur chaser. For particulars address A. WILLIS. Schraalen burgh, Bergen county, N. J. SELL OR EXCHANGE?KOR PROPERTY FREE OR nearly so. Houses 215 and 217 West Thirty-sixth arret factory $18 West Thirtyseventh street'1 SixllO, IWe' stories; Timber Lands and Mill, Herkimer county, free. partridge, 129 Hroad street. rTNENCUMRKREp REAL ESTATE-VALUED AT ,,e "*???>? "fed for Merchandise; an XeJ^RXyrN^Y.'"^11- AddreSS "OX 75 WANTBD-nRE CRACKERS OB OTHER MER chandise in exchange lor 20 Lots, nt Holbrook, L. I ? ^rHS?aKceeS' Xc AddrMS TKAUK' WES'l'J' 11 ESTER COU SIX RESI DENCbTnEAR DB pot?With 16 acre^ of line tru.t and garden land; mortgages; New ^ork or KrookHn Property taken in exchange. DOTY A BRUNDaQe. 23 Cnlon square. REAIi ESTATE WANTBDi A WANTED-IN A GENTEKL NKIGIIBOR ?V between U xington and Sixth avenues, above Thirty-fourth street; cusli will be paid if necessary. Ad dress A. L., 219 East Tenth street. A I*?AIM. !;I.\?!>F ,'UTS 9N NEAR TiFe LINK OF JA the Eighth avenne, above Fifty ninth street Prin cipals only address MERCHANT, Herald olllce. A E,fN? "tJ IE DING SITE, "IN NEWARK, WITHIN M) minutes ol Market street, wanted ; must he unen cumberad; principals only dealt with. Address ALL iyami. Herald omcu. A URst cLaks BOU8B, GOOD LOCATION, BE~ low Kiitii th street; will give Matlison avenue lu^si dence and pay diiference ; princlpada only Becd answer Address F Ir I H AVENl'E, box 199 Herald nfllce. WANTED TO PURCHASE?"a" WELL-BUILT TMr.JV,?r, 2rv,,b.r,"w." hi?h 8tooP House, from 5 < w Jartleth street, between Kitth and Sixth or Bifuifft11. av,?uue,!'i price not to exceed ?:iC,iW0. AdJrcvi RLS&ELL, Herald U ptown Branch olilce for one wecK. WIL> PAY a CASH KOR A GOOD BUSINESS _ Corner on Third avenue, below Sixtv-tlfth street good first and second Mortgages for other Real Estate THOMAS ff. ll(iJER,9:?i Third avenue. CLOTHINQ. AT EDWARD MILLER' ? NEW ESTABLISHMENT, 6-1 Sixth avenue, near Waverley place (formerly 160 Blv?,nt''uvcu'f0), ,lu' utmost value paid In cash lor Cast off Clothing, Carpets, Ac., by calling on or addressing. Ladies attended to by Mrs. Miller. AT 160 SEVENTH AVENUE, NEAR NINETEENTH street, guarantees to nay the full value for cast-off M'nu EISENSTRA 1>TU ca'""H or addressing Mr. ur ASTONISHING PRICKS CAN BE obtained KOR . CJirt-offUotbing, Carpets. Ac..; tor Pants. J2 to $7; Coats, $.Ho $20; . resscs. *6 to $75; Diamond^ l aces, the utmost value will be paid, i'least^ call on or address bv note -Mr. or Mrs. II. HARRIS, 81 sixth avenue, third store above Waverley place. ATtR M'NTZ'S *4? THIRD AVENUE. BETWEEN JY Twentieth ami Twenty first streets.-Wanted, >I.V,00 worth of castroff Clothing, Carpets, Jewelry, lor the West ern trade. Ladies and gentlemen will be astonished at the prices we pay In cash; silk dresses, $10 to ?/5; coats. 'J? i?' l'| *10:.,A by post punctually at tended to by Mr. or Mrs. Mint/., in and outoi the city. AT THE UPTOWN ESTABLISHMENT, 816 SIXTH .?1. avenue, near forty-sixth street?Wanted imme J'tf,1'' a quantity of Cast-oB Clothing and Carpets tor the Omaha market Will pay ffoin $5 to ?2il for coats, tl Mr or?Mr?a KLA^'O 'or (lressus- Ca" on or address AT J. ANllALT'S, 17^ SEVENTH AVENCK, LADIES and gentlemen will positively receive the highest price lor Cast-off Wearing Apparel, Carpets and Jewelrv, as I have a great demand lor them trom the West: Hie price is no object, as I must till up uiy orders. Ladles waited on by Mrs. Anhalt. AT THE WELL RENOWNED KS T ABLISH M KNT, 246 !\.uvo J11,1 received orders to the amount ol Ii5,UUU; I nm therelore compelled to pay the Prices:-K,,r silk Dresses, $5 {o $*?; Coats, $5 to ?25, I ants, $1 to $n ; the highest prices paid for Carpets. Please call on or address Mr or Mrs. ROSENBERG, 246 Seventh avenue. N. B.?Second house above Twenty fo rth street. J A-A -F. HARRIS, 71 SIXTH-AVENUE, BETWEEN * iWVBt,,n and Waverley places ?l.a lies and gen uemen will he astonished at the prices given tor Cast off <<lothlnp, t arpets and Jewelry. Never before have such high prices been paid, as we are bound to fill an order and goods must be had. For coats from $3 to $2n; Pantal $2 to $10; Dresses, $5 to $70. Please call or address as above. Ladles attended by Mrs. Harris. ATi? alMMKKS' WEI 'J ESTABLISHMENT ? .1 ?J*th avenue, opposite Eighth street, ladies and gentlemen can receive the utmost value In cash lor their t ast-off (dothing. Carpets, Jewelry Laces, Ac Please call at or adilress the number as above. Ladles waited on by Mrs. Marks. Please try. and satiMy yourselves. At h. mannk s, ?? and .112 seventh avenue - Ladies and gentlemen having 1 ait off Clothing carpets, Furniture, Ac. , to dispose of will do well to cali at or address as above ; highest price paid. A" TS. MISH S. 137 THIRD AVBNUE.?LADXbFaRD gentlemen ean recs-lve the highest price for Cast off ?tuS".5 to byVg^l^. C*m"' or U?U" U[BBOHAHT TAtLORI CAJl DISPOSE OT anv j|S w."s, ing.Carpets, Ac.; will pav fVom $3 to $30 tor c?"ats $2 to or Mr??NAT*f^AN ,OF reasei1, on or address Mr. 297 2KD kA,S8' NBAJ? TWENTY third , ,, ? stre? t?M. LBON pays the highest price for ladien and gentlemen s Cftst-uflf Clothing, Carpets Ac Ladles waited on by Mrs. Leon, *c. &RHKb7^Y N"i, T"'RTKKNTH STREET. ?n?iV,n/;-. - . pBy* the Wfbest price for ladies'and Kw'.Tedon^Mra lTrIrCl' ^ WlU WDlCiO. ^ maxwelu physician, residence ? 114 East Tenth street, near Third avenue. Attentioni-dr. franklin <lateof Prussia/ Consultation tree; private oflice. 161 Hleecaer st A-MME. RESTELL PHYSICIAN.-OKKIt^E NO. 1 . East Fifty second street first door from Filth av. Am. mauriceau, m. d.?office uj liberty ? street, nesr Greenwich street. Advice frkk.-dr. and mme. dehpard i-iivsi clans, 41 East Twenty -eighth street, near Fourth av Dr. and mme. grindle, piiysicians.-rksi. dence 120 West Twenty-sixth street near Sixth av, DR. KING'S OLD ESTABLISHED PRIVATE OFFICE 14 Amitv st. ni-ar Broadwav ami Grand < 'enlral Hotel! DK. AND MRS. Ill ITT, PHYSICIANS, OFFICE AND residence Annty street. Advico free. ME. VAN BU8KIRK, PHY8ICIAN. ?RhSIDKNCK UM Ea?l 28Ui It, botweea 3d aod Leaitulon av* M BtTROPEAH ga'KAMSHIPg. Tin hamburo-ambrioaiT zackbx ooKPAjfra if Mail a^Mnuhln NAiaunUi Captain Voea. will nil on Thursday,'Jfcay IS. At I P. . .. tor Hamburg, paaseng?r? from New York to Plfnoatb, London, rim cabin, W^hertwar? *na iUmbmiicmA C.wn^a eumKtTcS^ a kichabu'S*5o A8, Mb. ??u?ra'Agenta, General Passenger Agents, new York. til Broadway, New York. JJj? HO 18 vTIa will Mil May 22. The VAN OA LI A as extra steamer direct May 17. ATOETH GERMAN LI.OYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY. . For Southampton and Bremen. sail on wvl?, P ? YORK, Captain P. Klugklst, will u8Jr V? al2 '*? M ? ,rom Hr"?e"> P??r, Steam?! ?>e followed by 4tT jffir"?. Wfo?a> C?PUUL W. V\ iillgurod, on Satur BREMEN TO, LONDON, HAVRE AND Firs Cabl'n?? or equivalent in currency Second Cabin.'.'.'.'.'"* SUjorawe 72 For lreiklit or passage apply'to OELRICHB A CO., Agents, No. 2 Bowling Green. QNLY DIRECT LINE TO PBANOE. MAIL STEAMSHIPS ^BET WE EN * N i!w Yoklf AAvn HAVRE, CALLING AT BRKMT YUKK ANU The splendid vessels on tlilstavonte route forth* n?? tinentwui sail iroin pier No. W Norto Rlwr! a, V ill k'WKTPAk*?U8Sft'1 * Saturday, May IT VT1.LB DU H AVRE. SurmuntV.Sa^u^'i'V''June 14 l'EREIBE, Daure ISay! Juuela PRICK OF I*A88AGE in (joI,n tn'ludinj wine) TO BREST OR IIAVRB * Be' Mrst Cabin, *1-15: Second Cabin. $71 Excursion Tickets at roducud rates. I mese steamers do not carry steerage passenger*. ."'"vellors going to or returning from the ? i? Europe. I>y taking this line, avoid both bT.Knulish railway and tho discomforts of cross p" use ue'> besides saving time, trouble aU-1 ex I mutd <yi9R?^ MACKENZIE, Agent. 53 Broadway. I .. ,t.k-TRailroad tickets between I'aris and Vienna : Iurnished at reduced rates. UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.?STEAM TO QUEEN8 town and Liverpool. __ ? Sailing every Wednesday. May 14. at 11*. M. Vv YoMiNu, Price May 21, at lii P. M ? Prom pier 46 North River. Cabin oaasagu, $HU gold ; steerage, HO currency. ? ' repaid tickets, 932 currency. Passengers booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, Nor way and Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, l'ranee and Oermany, at lowest rates. Apply to Williams a guion, 29 Broadway. CJTATE LINE. O TO ?L^OOW^ LIVERPOOL. ^BE LP AST AND VIRGINIA SAILS JUNE 11. from the company's dock, Pulton terry, Hrooklyn ,, SUPERIOR b;ss^(,ek acooSViodatYons. c?bin, $80 and 1?, gold; steerage. $30. currencv DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL I'AliTS OP EUROPE For freight or passage apply to ? A?S?"N BALDWIN * CO., Agents, Steerage office 46 Broadway. 72 Broadway. Atlas steamship company. For Liverpool direct. Tho full-powered, fast-eailinir iron screw steamer JAMAICAN, ?wBauin* _ . . _ u . 2,500 tons. Captain Robert Watson, ot the West India and Pacific ??} r - ! Company* line, will leavoNow York on the 20th Inst tor Liverpool direct Passenger accommodations unsurpassed lor elegance ami comfort. Only ilrst clasa passengers carrlod. Pare $80 currency. Porirelght and passage apply to PIM, FORWOOD 4 CO., 5!> Pine and 56 Wall street CUNARD LINE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS [jotweon New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork Har Prom New Y'ork. ALGERIA Wed., May 14 ?RUSSIA Wed., Mav 21 ?JAVA Wed., May 28 ?CUBA Wed.,Juiic 4 ?SCOTIA Wed., June 11 RATA VIA Sat, May 17 CALABRIA Sat, Mav 24 PARTI1IA Sat., May 31 SAMARIA Sat.,June 7 ABYSSINIA....Sat., June 14 Kej's?aUaerS mar'ie^ thus ? do not carry steerage passen Newl<Yo?kery followlnB Wednesday and Saturday from Rates ol passage?Cabin, $?), $IC0 and $130, gold, ac cording to accommodation. Tickets to Paris, $15. gold, additional. Return Tickets on favorable terms. Steer uge, $3(i, currency. steerage Tickets from Liverpool and Queenstown and all parts of Europe at lowest rates. For freight and j abfn passage apply at tho company 's office. No. 4 Bowl teas??' r,^w??4aww'4a8f' strccK OhVc?S\aRNET' C"rr"*' of l;lurK 1,11,1 RuiMlolpli Anchor link. ~ Steamers sail from pier 20 North River, New York. KVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. ANOL1A Bat, Mnyl7 INDIA Sat, June 7 1AR.,Pa sat, May 24 OLY.MP1A Wed. June 11 1 RINACKIA. .Wed., May 28 AUSTRALIA...Sat June 14 CALlFORNIA..^at. May 31 COLOMBIA..Wed^ June 18 CALEDONIA.Wcd., lune 4 VICTORIA sa'. J una 21 The passenger accommodations on steamers of this line are unsurpassed lor elegance and eomtort. Cabin state ventilatfon uppKr dtck'thus seourln8 ??od light and RATES OF PASSAOE TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamers. Wednesday steamers. ... Gold. Currencv. Cabins $75 jta jyj, auJ ^ t^bin return tickets, secur ing best accommodations.. $130 $130. STEERAGE, $30 CURRENCY. Tickets (or paasave 10 or troai any seaport or railway statiou in oriat Britaiu, Ireland or the Continent issued ut lowest rates. DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES Company's offices, No. 7 Bowling Oreen. New York t. . int. 1 "?NXi?R'SON BROTHERS. AgonU. Jnst published, ^Tie TVip to Europe," a inagn/.tne of intormatioii lor occan travellers; can be had iree of charge on application. IN MAN LINK. For Queenstown and Liverpool. Roval Mail steamers are apuolntcd to sail as lollnws:? CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday May 15 8AM CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday May 17 10 A M CITY OF WASHINGTON Thursday," May 22. 2 P.' m! C1T\ OF ANTWEllP Saturilav. Mnv 24 2 P M CITY OF LIMERICK Thursday May & 8 V M CITY OF LONDON Saturday. May 31, DAM 4ft1 No?rth RS|v' ?cc,lin8 Saturday and Thursday, from pier * ,aiL RATES OF PAS8AOK. cabin, $85 and $liw, gold, according to accommodation. Round trip tickets at low rates. Steerage?To Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Lon donderry London, Bristol or Cardill, $30. Prepaid ccrtifl cales, $32, currencv. Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg Sweden. Norway, Denmark and I'aris at rciluced rates. Drafts issued ut lowest rates. For cabin passage and general business apply at tho company s office, 15 Broadway. For steerage pussagc at 33 Broadway. ? JOHN 0. DALE, Agent, or to V? v ?KU' A fIA',LK- 402 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. M. S. CKK^r.n, 102 State street, Boston. r. Bhowx, 8li South Market street, Chicago. Wm. Inmax. Liverpool, and No. ;? Rue Scribe, Paris. WHITE STAR LINE. '* F'JK.QLKexstqwm axo LIVERPOOL carrying the united states mail o.iiin,, 1. Nev" unil lull-Powered steamships. Sailing from New York on Saturdays, ironi Liverpool on a nui iTi^ ' calling at Cork Harbor each wav HAITiV i i u- a'3 p- M 1-Kt Tfi'. Saturday. Mav 31. at S:3) A. M. oTKAKir Saturday. June 7, at 2 P. M. WKANIC Iiin? 14 ot TJll \ \r ?From the White Star dock, Pnvonia lerrv' Jersey Citv eomhin!n?r.5-c.?",tno<1.aUo!?li ,or "" classes unrivalled^ coin lining safety, speed and comfort mi,?ihu!'cV.'<l.lucro"!n'' '"'"oking room and bathrooms In , whcr0 '''a"" "lotion is felt Surgeons and stt warnent accompany the steamer. Kates-saloon. $ l>sj gold, steerage, $30 In currency. ..J. !?T. . "gto son'' ,or friends In the old country can SEL ? "'eerage prepaid eertlflcatcs, $52currency. ' assengers booked fo or from all parts of America to China *;!niburK' Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, Drafts from ?1 upwards. For inspection of plan* and other Information apply at the company's office, 10 Broadway, New York. Bills of lading Issued to Continental ports. "? SPARKS, Agent National line ok steamers. Weekly to Queenstown and Liverpool; fortnightly ? ?... ? l-ondon direct. TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, Jr<?ni niors 44 and 47 North River. CANADA, Webster Saturday. May 17, atO A. M. ?'AI V Grace Saturday, May 24. at 3 P. M. FRANCE, riiotn?nn Wednesday, Mav 2S. at3 P M roll LONDON DIRECT. ? THESE STEAMSHIPS ARE the LARGEST IN THE TRADE. Cabin passano?$80, $90 and $100, currency. Excursion? $l(i0and $180. n ii. Steerage. $29, currency. I repaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow. Cardiff, Bristol or London, CHEAPER than BY ANY OTHER LINE, f or further Information apply at the company's office, WBroadway. f. W .1. hi rst. Manager. (TREAT WESTERN STEAMSHIP LINE. X New York to Bristol (England) direct taking good* and passengers for London, Cardiff, Newport, Gloucester and all ports in Bristol Channel. The steamers ol this line will sail from pier 18 East River as follows !? ARRAGON, Western Thursday, May 15 GREAT WESTERN to follow. LAPLAND Wcdnesdav, Junc4 lady LYCETT Wednesday, June 18 great WESTERN Wednesday, July 2 New steamer now building. Cabin passage $70 currency I Steerage. $H) currency Parties wishing to send for their friends can obtain prepaid certificates. Draffs tor ?1 and upwards. For freight or passage apply to MORGAN'S SONS 70 South street. New York. EUROPEAN TRAVEL. COOK, 80S A JENKINS, Tourist and Excursion Managers. 26.: Hroadwav, New York, issue the Railway Tickets used by travellers tor tours through . . parts of Ireland, Scotland, England, I*ranee, Belgium, Germany Austria, Holland, Italy, Palestine, spam, Switzerland^ Egypt, Ac., by all routes. Sold in all cases at great re duction from the ordinary fare. M*y' r"UtJiining upwards of 1,000 different tours, showing cxocuse Ai* ni?w rcudv Price 10c. Sent by mall post-paid. ' 1 r y* ?fTMTED STATES PASSPORT BUREAU.-OFFICIAL r wttVISa or?T Department of Stale issued by A. bet?:street Unltccl Htates Court House, 41 Cham FT J.i,.,.STAT',S PASSPORT AOENCY.-A. T. Vo, . ... .l"t', chief of Passport Bureau, Department of state, Washington, I>. c., agent, 294 Broadway. TTN IT ED STATES GOVERNMENT PASSPORTS OB v . ,(rom Washington in hours. Fee $3. Also Notary I ubllc and Special Commissioner of Deeds for every state. F. KINO, :m Broadway, room 2. t'OASTWINK HTKAJWMniPS. A tlas STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Mail service lor West Indies. Havana, Venejiitela and Spanish Main. The company'* iron screw steamers are apnmnted to sail as follows' (loading berth pier 12 North River) For navana direct MANDINGO. Captain Spenee,24th Inst For Turk's Island. Jamaica and Savanilla. CLARIIIEL, CaptiQn Bayl. y, 30th Inst For llaytl and Venezuela. . AlllKL (1,200 tons), 6th June. For freight and ,.assage apply to PIM, FORWOOD M CO. Genu I ?l AgenU). M WaU stre.ot and ^ fl?? ?UceW , , COAftlWIgS ATKUIfflXIK T)AGIFIC BAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE TO I CALIFORNIA. JAPAN AMD CHINA, Via PANAMA. CARRYTNO MATLS. PASSENGERS AND FREIOHT T AHPINWALL, PANAMA, SANTA MABTHA, G41RY TOWN AND PACIFIC COAST OF MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERICA. PERU and CHILE. Kay 30? Steamer RlslNO star. Oapt J. B. Ilildrattk will leave pier No. 42 North River, at 12 o'clock noon, fo Aaplu wall direct, connecting at Panama with the ateamnl CONSTITUTION. Capt. , touching at Acapulco, Man? xanillo and Mazatlan, ana also connecting tor all Centra* American and South Pacitic ports. Departure* of llhl; and 20th each month connect with tlie Company** steamer, touching at San Benito, Tonato, SallnaCnu and Port Angel. The Company's spleudidjrtearaer COST/ rica will leave San Francltco May ii tor Honolulu Sandwich Islands. One of the Company's steamers will leave Nan Kraa Cisco May 31, 1s73. tor Japan and China. For rateso passage, freight and all further Information apply at Compauy's ottioe on the pier, lootoM ( u NITED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSUII COMPANY. The elegant <idewheel steamship SOUTH AMERICA 2,0to tuns burden, Captain E. L. TinkUpaugh. will sail fei St. Thomas, Para. Pomainbuco, Bahia ami Rio de Janeiro ,,n Friday, May 23, at 3 o'clock P. M., from pier 43 North River Kurtrelfihtorpasaa^pp^to OARBTfjOW A(wnt> No. 5 Bowling Green. D IBECT LINE TO HAVANA. s Progreso ami Vera Cruz. Now York and Mexican Mail Steamship Line, leaving pic. No. i North Rjjver. at3 P^ MBgDAr. CITY OF MERIDA (Havana ouljr) 5?l,2 CITY OK MKXICO (Havana and Mexico) May R CITY OP HAVANA (Havana only) Maya CITY OK MKRIDA (Havana onlv) Juuei Kor freight SONS, .33 Broadway. LtOU HAVANA VIA NASSAU. CUBA, Geo. W. Palmer 5 P. M. Wednesday, 21*j K. ALEXANDRE A SONS, 33 Broadway. NKW YORK AND BKRMODA STEAMSHIP LINE. Kor Hamilton and St. George. Bermuda, carrying the United Stales Mail, and sailing as follows >? Steamship HATl'KRAS, bawr nce, master, F riday. May IB, at 3 o'clock P. M.. from pier 87 North River. Steamship ALBKMARLB, Read, master. Thuradar. May 21 ut 3 o'clock 1*. M., from pier 37 North River, tion? app'fy'to"' ^l^tTrViIerT*** 28 South street. P'lH.sjiizc koW? ?- a Excursion tickets issued for the round trip at f'O. gold | "]U"EW YORK AND HAVANA DIBECT MAIL LINE. These first class steamships will sail every Tuesdayat' 3 P. M., from pier 13 North River (loot ot Cedar street*, ) lor Havana direct, as follows:? ?*._??, WILMINGTON ?*jSi MORRO CRESCENT CITY ..???.?? ???May ?T Su pule men tary mail on pier at a quarter to throe P. M. on day of sailing. Kor freight or passage (liavlng magnificent accommo dations) apply to mLUAM p. CLYDE A CO., No. 6 Bowling Orecti. D. MnKELLBR Agent In Havana. ] Texas linb.?fob oalveston, touching at Key West, carrying the United States CITY OK AUSTIN, Captain Kldridge, will leave Pter A) East Itlver, Saturday, May 17. Through bills of lading given to Houston and all points on ij Galveston.How ton arid Henderson and B. B. and C. R. R. No charge for forwarding In New York. Kor freight or passage, liav iug superior accommodations. apply to C. H. MaLLORY a CO., 163 Maiden lane, orW. P. CLYDE, 119 Wall street. F~~ lOIt NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINB. The steamship RMn Y B 80in)RR from pier 36 North River (foot ot North Moore street). on Saturdaj. May 17, at 3 o'clock 1. M. Freight received dally. Through rates irtvon to St. Louis. Vlcksliurg, Mobile. Galveston and Indlanola. For freight or passage, having superior accommoda tions, apply to FREDERIC BAKER, 20 Broadway. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. The Cromwell Steamship Line. The steamship GEORGE CROMWELL, Captain Samuel L. Clapp, will leave pier No. 9 North River, on Saturday; May 17, at 3 P. M. Freight received daily. Throw* rates given at Galveston, Indlanola, Rocktort or Araa zus wharf, Brazos, Santiago and St Louis. Cabin passage, $60; steerage, WS. For freight or pas sage apply to CLaRK A SEAMAN, 8S West street. OR NOBFOLK. CITY POINT AND RlCftMOND.-THB Old Dominion steamship Company will despatch, from pier 37 North River their olegant jldcwheol rteam shlp WYANOKE, Couch commander, for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Tuesday, May 13. at 3 P.M., giv ing through bills of lading to all points South und South west. Through passenger tickets issued to all points. Ac commodations unequalled. Apply at pier 37, or at the general office, 18" Greenwich street, corner of Dey. ~TRAyKLLEM^GUIOE. / ilTlZENS' LINE KOR TKOY?PASSAGE $1 SJt -TI'B \j elegant steamboats SUNNYSIDh. and POWELL leave pier 49 North River, foot ot Leroy street, dally (Saturdays excepted), at 6 o'clock P. M., connecting witB morning trains on Rensselaer and Saratoga, Now York Central aud Troy and Boston railroads tor all pointa North East and West. The mod direct routo to Sarato ga Lake George and Montreal. Through tickets sold iinil cUecked to destination, unu ^ JOSEPH COKNSupftrintendimt. TpALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON. I via Newport and Fall River. _OJV?? The world-renowned steamers BRISTOL and PROVI DENCE leave pier 28 North River, tootoi Murray street, daily (Sundays excepted) at Stlpcrintcndent Pennsylvania RAILROAD. . -I Trains leave New York, from foot of Desbrosses ana Cortlandt streets, as follows Express for llarrisbnrg, Pittsburg, the Wort and South, with Pullman Palace Cars attached, 9:30 A. M., 6, 7 and 8:30 P.M. Sunday, 3. 7, 8 31) P. M. ? ,a For Baltimore, Washington and the South at9 A. M., l.? Express fw^Phf ade'lphla. 8, 9. 9 J0 A. M A l 8-30.9 P. M? and 12 night. . Sunday, h, 8 30 and 9 P. M. Kor Philadelphia, via KensingUui, at 1 A. M. aud IF.*. KWXiTfxu'iW in. u. i>;? *. ??! 'asa For EUzttbeth C, 6:W. 9,10, 11. H^A.^M^ 8:30, i'tWlT6:10, d?, 7 30, 8:10, 10, Ilia 12 P. M. SuB For'&ahway, (!,"!; :2M),1<7, H :10, 9 -30 and 10 A. M.; 12 noon; L 2, 2:.H 3, 3:20. 3:40, 4:10, 4:30, S:S>, 530. Sj?. 6, 6:^ 7:!0, 8:10, 10 P. St. and 12 night. Sunday, 6:JD and C pdr" WoodbrlOge and Perth Amboy, 6 and 10 A. M., 230, Fo^ NVw^nmswick^ MO A. M., 12 M 1. 2.3,4:10,5 30.6, 9 I'. M. and 12 night. Sunday ti and 9 P. M. For East Millstone, 7 A. M , 12 n?on, 4:10 and 5:20 P. M. Kor Lainbertville and Klemington, 9 A.M and 2 P. M. Kor Philtipsburg and BelvlJere. 2 and 4 P M. Accommodation tor Bordentown, Hurllngton and Cam den, 7 and 9:30 A. M., 12 30, 2, 3, 4 atld ?> P. M. For Freehold. 7, 8 A. M., 2 and 4 P. M. For Jamesburg, Pemberuin, Camden, 6 A. M., ana, via boat I rom l'ier No. 1,3:49 P. M. _ Trains arrive as tollows:?From Pittsburg, 6 .50 A. M., i ? P. M., dally, 10:14 A. M. and b 34 P. M., d"lly?..,e? ?P Mondoy. From Washington and Rttltlmore, 4 :M, 10:12 P. M.; Sundav 6:40 A. M. From Philadel phia, 5:21, (i :5>: 10:14,11:01, II :?i A. M-, 2:14, 3:M, 6.-0*. 8:13 K M. ; Suhilay, 531, 6:50. 11:04 A. M. Ticket offices, 520, 4:?, 271 atld 944 Broadway, No. 1At^or House and toot of Desbrosse* ond Cortlandt street. xnV8CASSATTet N0" 8 BattCryDP MC BOYD, Jr., ' (it n. rul Manager. _ General Passenger AgenL_^ ONDOUT AND KINGSTON, LANDING AT COZZENB Cornwall, Newburg, Milton, Poughkeepsle and K?o pus ?l'he steamboats THOMAS CORNELL anrtJAMBB W. BALDWIN leave Harrison street, pier 34 North River, daily at 4 o'clock P. M. ? - EjctRgI05Si I*OB PHILADELPHIA VIA LONG BRANCH.?FARE ' reduced to $2 26; steamers PLYMOUTH ROCK and LONG BRANCH leave Pier 28 North River at 9:20 A. ?L. 1 -40 and 4 P. M., connecting with trains of NEW JEBSKx SOUTHERN* RAILROAD. G. W. BRNTLEY, General Manager. rpiiF. Nr:w jersey soi tiikrn railroad com I panv call attention to their extraordinary facilities Tor the accoiumoilation ot Excuwlon Parties thecoming seaj son. With their steamers l'LVMOlTH ROCK, LONG BRANCH and JESSE lloYT and their elegant new Ex cursion House and twenty acres of adjoining land at Long Branch, they are prepared to make engagement* with churches, schools, societies, Ac., for large or small parties, at low rates. Send tor circular. G. W. bhNTLKY, General Manauer, 120 Broadway, New ^\ork. W*. J. Sxkdux, SuperinU'ndent, l^rng Branch. N. J. N1 "OT1CE. SLMMER ARRANGEMENT. Commencing May 12. 1873. narlem boats leave Peek slip (Pier 24 East River) tot Harlem every half hour, from 6:30 A. M. until 7 P. excepting 11 A. M.. U :30 and 2 P. M.. lnmling at llth.Sltli Astoria. 109th and 120th street* N. B.?See time table where boaU land. ^ ^ TALLMAN, Superintendent M MISCBLI.AJIKOtrS. V WALKER S SONS.-EXTRA AND PLAIN BOOK ili. binding done at shortest notice and lowest price, editions of books done In btll style. M D*T street. AIIOGANY, SPANISH CEDAR. lor Boat Builders, and all kinds of Hard Wood, In Logs. Planks, Boards aud Veneer#. B GEORGE W. Rf.Ai* A CO., Mill and Yard 186 to 200 Lewis street, corner of Sixth street, East River, Marble soda apparatus-all styles, at reduced prices; Ottawa Beer Kountalns and Ex tract on liberal terms; send for Illustrated catalogue. JAMES M. WIIITI'IKLD A SON. 262 W?ter street, N. Y. OLOTE A JANKS, STATIONERS, PRINTERS AND Blank Bonk Manulucturers, 93 Fultou street Blank Books made to patterns. AKTKOLOOY. A?MME. LA BLANCH, THE GREAT UNRIVALLED . Business and Medical Clalrvoyaut, 102 West Twenty eighth street near Sixth avenue. Attention.?original mmk. byron, spirit ualist; unerring advice upon business, sickness, luvo. Ac. 314 Fourth avenue, near Twenty-third street_ Adelaide h. lambkrtson, clairvoyant.? 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