Newspaper of The New York Herald, 23 Mayıs 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 23 Mayıs 1873 Page 2
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err? beal bctitb roa mlb. ^ Central. a ?three cheap lots, only <00 feet east J\. ot Tilth ?venue entrance to Central Park, on Firty flk-htli fctret't; excavated, block restrlcted.Ac. ,lfc . v. K. STEVENSON, Jr., 11 Pine street A"~ NEW FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE front House, cabinet finish; line location; cheap; on easy terms; possession. Apply 011 premises, 63 East bixty Jirst street, near MadisoB ar?ua. I TOR 8ALB-POCB STORY BROWN STONE 28 FOOT I Residence; sceond house from Filth avenue, on Iirrav Hill; a bargain. ALLEN, DOOLEY A HEN R1(Jl'f>, 96 or 1,260 Broadway. E^OB SALE?FIFTH AVENUE. NKAR EIGHTY SIXTH street, two tour story hrovrn stone Mansion*, 22x7Qx ; first class in every respect. ? . JOHN McCLAYE, No. 1 Pine strcet_ TjlOH SALE-WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET, OPPO f rite Fifth Avenue Hotel, four story brown stone Mansion, WxUxhi block ; in perfect order. t* joHf, Mct.LAVE No , Pjn(, strcPt toR SALE?FIFTH AVENUE, FORTY-EIGHTH AND JP Forty-ninth streets, four story freestone Mansion, 17*73x11X1, uU modern improvement JOHN McCLAVE, No. 1 Tine street East Hide* A BARGAIN.?ONLY $12,60.). WORTH fflMXX), FOR A the high stoop brown stone Housi! 117 Kast 126th Street, elegantly finished; only ?2,000 cash, balance on foortguge. W. M \ KB, No.7 Warren street, room 7. T/OR BALB-A GREAT HAROAIN, FIYB STORY J; brown stone French Flat, Seventy-sixth street, near fhlrd nvenue Worth looking alter, Apply to M. 8AM pliSON, Hi East seventT-tlilril street. New York. t,iOK HALE in EIGHTY-THIRD STREET?A NEAT, J1 new House, three story and basement, 12 rooms, with good cellar; three minutes' walk irora Harlem boat landing, foot Eiglity-iourth stroet; will te sold low for cash. Apply on the premises, 341) Kast Eighty-third st t)UTGF.ltri LEASE.?HOl'SK AN1> STORK 96 DIVISION It street, renting for $1,600; ground rent $240; price 17,000; $3,600cash, balance on mortgage. Apply to A. M. vanning, 28 East Fourth struct. Weat Aide. A BULKHEAD AND WATRB RIGHT, WITH OWE A Half Block, 400x81.0. for sale or to lease for a term Of years, running troin Thirteenth avunuc to West street E. L. A B, T. BL'UNHAM, t?U Hudson street. A PLOT OK LOTS, EAST OR west OF THE (IRANI) /V Boulevard.?Full particulars, including price and terms must be given. Address INVESTMENT, Herald A CHOICE PLOT BETWEEN THE GRAND BOULE 41 vard and Ktghth avenue, lielow Sixty-seventh street; ills is unsurpassed as an iuvesuuent. WILLIAMS A ("O., 11 Pine street ?GRAND BOULIiVARD, NEAR EIGHTIETH ? street?24 foot Lot, superbly located, for sale at a cial bargain. V. K. STiCVKNMiN, Jr., 11 Pine si F A?EIGHTn OR CENTRAL PARK AVENUE, COR ? ner 102d street.?Four Lots; uninterrupted view of L'ontral Park; price low; terms easy ; u huriiuin. V. K. STEVEN HON, Jr., 11 Pine street OR SALE VERY CHEAP?A STORE ON MURRAY street, near College place. E. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine stroet First high ground above fifty-ninth street, near Eighth avenue, below Ninety-third street, an extra desirable Plot, at less thun market rates. __ WILLIAMS A CO., 11 Pine street "J I1TH AVENUE, CORNER EIGHTY-TURD STREET.? Iv Three Lots, with llouse and stable: price very low. T. J. DUNKIN A CO., .'>51 Third avenue. C7TH STREET, CONVENIENT TO BROADWAY AND I Central Park. 26x?i0, near Ninth avenue: high ?round ; one or both lots at a decided bargain; half cash. V.- K STEVENSON, Jr.. 11 Pine street. (bn fi/VA ?SALE AT A SACRIFICE; FOUR FOLL Lpts on northeast corner of Ninth avenue and 2QBd street. Dvkeman e-tute, on the line ot improve Inents; $1,600 cash. OWN1.K.4JJ West Sixteenth street. BROOKLYN PKOPERTY FOIt KALB A.\D TO KET. JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE-BROOKKW. ADYERTfSEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT oTmT"BRANCH OFFICE, In TBE LONG ISLAND savings nANK BUILDING, CORNER OF Ft'LTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY KR<)W S TO 9 P. M. CARRIERS AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. A CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED.?FIRST CLASS A brown stvnc House, on one of the finest streets in Brooklyn; nil improvement*: all the rent taken out In board. Address HOME, Herald Uptown Branch office. Foil SALE?PROSPECT PARK LOTS: NINE l-OTS, 21.4aIlk), on the north Hide oi President street, 100 lect westot r.ightli avenue; inu^t be sold; make an oiler. Address bEAL ESTATE, bjx 67V Postotllcc, Elizabeth, FOR SALE?FOUR THREE STORY FRAME TENB uient Houses, 24 rooms in each; rent lor $8U0 a year each; also two lour story Houses: rent for $1,001) a year tech; will be sold cheati. iiuiuire on the premises of owner, MICHAEL GRACE, M box street, Uroeupouit, Brooklyn. IjlOR SA LE?GREENWOOD CEMETERY, NEAR ? main entrance, a tluely located Plot, enclosed with Pranite posts; galvanized ratline. Apply to THOMAS ITBLAl'IMt, marble works, adjoining the < cmetery, or at 21 Bast Fourth street, New York. St A I'I H TRANSIT.? CllOfOS LOW, 28X10# FRET, n under close restrictions, in u first cIuj-b ncUhbor odj near Prospect ParK and the liue of the pto|tosed rapid transit steam roail, tor talc at $500 anil upwards: a splendid opportunity for investment or speculation. Ap ply at the office of the late A. J., 112 John street. New York, Irom 11 to 1 o'clock. Swiss cottage, 731 DK kalb avenue, between Marcy and Tompkins, with three or six I.oU and Sta ble: shade, shrubbery, an abundance of fruit; will tic sola at a sacrifice. This is one of the most delightful sit antiona in Brook'vn. Would exchange for small Place Bear city and money. MARCUS II. 1.AINO, 55 Liberty street, Newlork. WB8T< HESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR IALB A1VD TO RKMT. A ?WESTCIIEHTPiR COUNTY PROPERTY FOB Jl. sale. Several new Cottages and Villas, with plot* SftjUlO, or t>y the acre, tor sale at Lurchiuont Ms nor, on the Sound, two miles irom New Hochclle. This magnificent prop erty, consisting of 2>? acres, with a water front or two mile*, is heiiutilully laid out us a private park and in tended exclusively for gentlemen's private residences. It is thoroughly drained and each house supplied with water from a private reservoir especially i reeled for the HHe of residents. There will be II miles o< drives through the estate. Eight acres, fronting on the wau i. have been reserved tor a park mid have been deeded lor the use of residents. An elegant depot hus been erected on the Bow llaven Railroad, connecting bv a private horse rail road, one mile in length, running through the property Jo the water. This enables each resident to reach his louse without being dependent npon carriages. A num ber of elegant villas have been erected bv prominent New Yorkers and many more are now near completion. This is the most magnificent io< at Mm in the State of New York, and desirable parties are invited to inspect the property and villas now for sale. Photographs Hiar lie seen end particulars given by applying to SILAS O. HER RING, Ksq.. corner Morrav street and br.iadway; E. PHALON, Esq.. 517 Broadway, or WM. L. BARKER, Esq., at URbnoBt Manor. ' JL NNKSKU PollTIoN OP WE8TCHK8TSB COUNTY? J\ Morrlsanin, Kingsbrldge, West Farms?Properties tor sale. We pay spccial attention to these portions of thu oounty, having opeiated In them for years past. In vestors may obtain lull and reliable Information front onr efflce. F. G. * D. BBOWJf, 9ii Bid,id way. A ?PORT MORRIS, NORTH NEW YORK, MORIUS J\ . ania. West Farms and other portious oi Westches ter county: Properties ot nil sizes for sale, including some very choice investments. F. G. A D. SHOWN. ? 9l) Broadway. At tabbytown.-fob rale, bent" or Ex change, furnished House, 18 rooms; every conve nience for Summer and Winter; laritfc carriage house, gardens, cottage, Ac. i 8 acres: plenty shad" and fruit and well located tor division into five or more plots; tine view of river and pure spring water; would rent lor one or more jreirs or oxchanke lor one or two New York or Brooklyn Homes; w.irili from SUM**) to each; would leave $l"i,OtK) <,ti mortgage. Address OWNER, box 224 Tarry tow 11 Post olllce. A BEAUTIFUL RKMDENCK AT MOUNT VERNON, on the New Haven Itailroad, l.'t miles or 86 minutes from the city ; this <1'gant house lias II rooms, with gas and elegant fixture' all through; hot and cold water, nice bathroom, finished in walnut and ash ; all the balls, the dining room and kitchen floors are walnut and ash; furnace heats all through; first class elevated oven range, wash tubs, large storeroom; has about half an acre of land, very handsomely laid out; ensy 10 minutes' walk irom the depot; Mag "sidewalks all the way; the view of the Found Is Hipcrb: the place is healthy beyond any question; some one will get a beautilul home at a b.irguui; terms very easr. BIKER, HHMB * ro., No. 5 Pine street. IpOR SALB?flM criT LOTS, WITH LA BOB KINK 1 Dwelling; 22 rooms; every modem convenience, in cluding water, steam heater, two hath rooms; lurgc stables, numerous outbuildings; ice house tilled; fish pond: ahiindaiiee of fruit; fine elms, chestnuts, maples and pities; handsome tdiruhhcrv ; iMMon, Km Chester, one mile imin station, on the Boulevard; 1.SH0 itet road trout; :t5minutes Irom Korty-secnnd street; be tween two growing villages ot about 13,0 f Inhabitants; . ?o. ?. 1 ''",vn,.balance mortgage three years; this Is really a beautilul residence and a good investment. _______ K1KEK, I1KHS1. a Co., No. 5 Pino street AK5?8 P1SIBOUS OF SKCt'RINO A HOME OR A ' L .k.,!?"' 'b''' U1 attoti or investment in West l'OTTER HHoTBKRB. Sacrifice.-t3ti,o<K) for a (;ol'ntuy worth $40.1 MI, near MoComb's Ham bridge; five millut 8 from Melrose depot- 59S Broadway, secund Iloor. rro LET?AT SING KINO, ON TlITi Bt'DSON.-A FT?T 1 nished Cottage, Barn and live a>'i es of Ground ; plonty til I run ami very fine view. Apply to C.N. KINNEY, lttl Pearl street, New York. mil LET-AT YONKERH, A COTTAGE, WITH MOI) A ern improvements, suitnblc tor a small family, with Harden, Muble, Ac.; rout model ate. AUUrtas 1. J. it, Poet ofnee, Yonkers. mo LET-FURNISHED HOUSE AT YONKERS; A A fine resilience ; IS rooms; excellent location ; eight minutes Irom depot; good garden; plenty of fruit; lot lOon.'VK); carriage house 22x4H; well ntted up; rent per month $250 to u small family. For particulars addross WM. H. THORNE, 58 White street. uXft ^TATK. for S?i?. GWPMr jteiuwy city, msoREir, inrosoif BBMBV AKAL BHTATB. CITY AID To l>?t or !>???*? GROCERY?TO LET, A STORE, WITU HOUSE, seven rooms; fhe best stand in the city, rent low. Apply at C. LUXTON'S Land office, corner of Palisade uvenue and Congress street. Jersey City Height*. r) LET OR FOR RALE?FRENCH ROOF HOUSE; Immediate possession: Jersey City Heights. ANDREW McLean, aw West Twenty-second street, New York. For sale? Upright Steam Boiler and Pump; also Safe. PROPERTY OUT OP THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO REHT. ANYACK COTTAGE (TEN ROOMH) FOR SALB OR to let; partly furnUhcd If desired; elegant ft-ult; ^?nDSkrs?aWY^t0rcan- WlAe of J V All wanting farms?for sale?to farmers, Hardeners uud farm laborers from the Old Country? uood iarni Lauds, virgin soil, at $'Jt> per aero, ou six years credit. The soil is a good, productive loam, near the great market* of New York and Philadelphia, by rail r<>ad, where from ai to 40 acres constitute a good farm, when partly planted to fruit. From this locality a greater quantity and variety of irulf is Bent to marke t than Iroin any other place of equal area in the United States. It fs in the midst of a thriving community, with good roods stores, i^huol* and mauutactorlc.s. Female members of fauiiHSvand (Tthcrs can procure good work at straw sewing, shoe work, but ton making, clothing work und other branches. Many English, Irish and Scotch fanners have settled and arc prosperous. Numbers of gardeners from the vicinity of New York a'e locating. Farming Is more profitable than Weston account of the markets. Apply to JOI1N B. page, 102 Park place, two doors trom West street. New York. Papers containtiur lull Information will be scut tree of charge. AVM1DLAND RAILROAD NEW JKR8EY.? I AM ? making a specialty of Property on the line ol this new road; the innd is mountainous, healthy uud free from mosquitos; 1 have a number of Farms lor sale, large and small. T. 8. BHKPHBED, 181 Broadway. At bayonne, n. j.?two houses containing all the modern Improvements; 21 minutes from New York: bcauiilully situated; rent $560. Apply to JOHN L. LINDSAY, Greenwich street. AT NEW BRUNSWICK?A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY Beat and SO acres, or less if desired ; all modern im provements, shade und Crultj terms easy and price low. EDWARD S. VAIL, lflBroauway, room U. A COUNTRY SEAT-l* MILES NORTH OF NBW burg: 14 acres; outbuildings in complete order; fine grounds, shade and abundance of trult. Address MAPLE IllLL, box 397 Newburg Tost offline. A PLEASANT COUNTRY HOME. IN HEALTHY Lo cation, ou Passaic River, 9 miles, 49 minutes from City Hall; corner plot of li? acres; good old-t'ashionod house, 9 rooms, water In kitchen, marble mantels; sta ble, carriage room and other outbuildings; plenty of fruit and shade; acccssible by three railroads; near de pots, churches, schools and storus; will be sold, com pletely turnished, with possession, at once, tor $6,760. Bona tide purchasers only* need apply to the owner, A. I. WILLIAMS, (JO Walker street. New York. A FARM OK 20 ACRES OF GOOD LAND FOR 8ALR situate near Lakeland Railroad station. Long Island. Apply to H. P. WEST, ltvt Grand street. (-10UNTY REAL ESTATE TO RENT OU FOR 8ALB J at Rye and Portchester, on the Sound. Address JOHN F, MILLS, l'ortchester. N. Y. CCAPITALISTS. ATTENTION I?I HAVE FOR SALE, J low for casn, a Truct, containing 9,117 acre* of very desirable timber and mineral lands, in Centre county, Pennsylvania, directly In the linn of "The Middle Oro Belt ol Central Pennsylvania," and undoubtedly of Im mense prosrceHve value; railroad oomtnunlsauon only tour miles distant; never-falling water power; soil rich and fertile when cleared; timber alone well worth tlio whole price asked. Call or enclose two stamps lor full description. Johns. BWBN, 39 Nassau street. ELEGANT VILLA?ACRE LAND; HIGHEST STATE of Improvement I healthy location; fine view; 10 minutes trom terry, Staten Island : SO,ON); terms to stilt. HARRIS, 50 Broad street. Elegant residence, 40x70, all modern im provemeuts. extensive stables, 11 acres, plenty fruit, perfect order, 10 minutes trom ferry; $18,500, worth tonus easy. DARRIN, 50 Broad street. TjMJ/.ABKTl! PROPERTY FOR SAL*.?A TWO AND J j a halt story Cottage, containing nine rooms and all modern improvements, with line Garden; forty minutes from New York city. Apply at Safe Deposit Co.'8,140 Broadway, New York. ACTORIES AND RESIDENT PROPERTIES FOR salo, Paterson, N. J. Steady water powerU Cheap coal. l^ow freights. Skilled labor. One hour from New York. Canal, four railroads. 100 daily trains. F J. FISHER SATTUKTH WAITK, 10 Pine street. For salf-onk or the finest country Homes on the Hudson River: splendid views of the Catskills; new large lioui-c, cottage, buildings, uock and 3,OIJO truit trees; in complete order; PU acres; all unou ounibcred. Address C., box No. 9 Post tflleo, Tlvoll, or apply 1(1 M. T. WOOLLEY, No 5>i Pine street, room 10. IM?R SALE-AT RICHMOND HILL, LONti ISLAND, on southsldo Railroad, only % minutes (7 miles) Irom ferry, tv number i?nd variety of neat Dwelling''; nl?o Lots and beautilul Villa Sites; place high, well drained, lieulthy mid restricted against nuisances. Apply to J. W. riRLUhR, 231 Broadway, room R. HAZARD, DOT Broadway, or O. H. FOWLBIl, on the premises. FOR SALE-AT IIVDE PARK, AT A SACRIFICE, A Cottage built and finished in the best m-inner for both Winter and Summer occupation, with outbuilding* and about two acres of land, -Hunted In a lovely spot, with a mil view- of the Norih River; will be exchanged for income paying city Property. Apply to ROK A MACK UN, 51 Liberty street. FM)K SALE. IN GREENWICH, CONN.-A KINK PRI vate residence, containing ten rooms, with about two acres ot ground, situated tin and having n tine view of Long Island Sound, handsomely laid out in llowur and kitchen garden ; IVuit nl all kinds in abundance, consist ing of the verr liest varieties of strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, cherries, currant*, goo-cherries, plums, granes (8 varieties), | <-i>rs (II varieties), and a tins apple orchard, in mil tearing; a never lai'.ini? well ot pure water within ten teet of the kitchen door, and u running brook thrcn,'h the centre of the lot; one hour irom New York by Kcw ilaven Railroad, three minm *' walk from the depot, nnd bat half a nule irom steamboat landing. Excellent batlnug and flailing. Furniture will be sold with the house it desired. Apply to H. II. Hl'KiAT, 83 South street. IBOR SALE?EIOHTEBN YEAR LEASE OK A RARE Water Front of 510lect, six acres of lund, with Fac torics, Tenant Houses, Farm House, A<\, nenr Jer.-ey ? ity; in close proximity to New Jersey Central Railroad ami Morris Canal; une<|iiiiUed tor manufacturing, lum ber, oil, coal, or any Imslness requiring superior water and rail commuicatlon. Apply to WOODWARD A SHERWOOD, 15 Montgomery street, Jersey t'ity. 1MB RALE?A ska S1DK KB8TDRK0B. hh ai ti. lully situated: large grounds, tilled with fruit; twenty rooms furnished complete; great sacrifice. I'rlee $4,(on. Apply to L. 8. Hi IIIAN, Combined Power Co., No. 23 Dey street. I^OR SALE OR LKAHE?BRICK AND STONE MAN s on, Mi 127 lect, near the cHy; suitable for hotel, in stitution or gentleman's residence. A. II KATIIBONK, 17C Hroadway. For rent-at oranok, n j? a furnished House, with stable and all conveniences for a gen tleman's residence; grounds very hadsomely laid out. For particulars address liox 1,881 Pest ofllcc. New York. IONO MUNCH AND YICINITY.?BANKERS AND J brokers shoulit examine the Cottage Plots which we offer tor sale, situated at Branch, on the sea front, and in close proximity to the residence of Messrs. Jay Could, i harles J. ostiorn, ex-Senator Itaycs, Senator Cartel! and Secretary Robeson; the plots contain trorn one-quarter to two acres of land each and vary in price from $500 to $5,000 each ; nil facing the sea, wltn frontage on Ocean avenue. Full particulars Irom the agents. F. O. A D. BROWN, 91) Broadway. Long branch.-for salb. a handsome besi. dence, on tlic seashore, adiolning tlie President's house; is three stories, ciirht bedrooms, Inondry, bath room ; large stable. K. 0. A I). BROWN, tt Broadway. NYACK, ON HUDSON. furnished COTTAGE TO let, lor season or year, with horn, acre of ground tastefully laid out; lawn, gravelled walks, -hade, choice fruit, churming views. Apply nt store 68 Kant Hroadway, ORANOK, N. J.-TO RENT, FULLY F1JRNISIIKD. for the season or year, at reasonable prices, several desirable Residences. Apply to li A MILTON A WALL is, 30 Piuc street Orange and vicinity a specialty. ORANGE, N. J?ORANOK MOUNTAINS.?FOR HALF, five handsome Residences, with s'ables, Ae.t neigh borhood llrst class. B. F. SMALL, owner,DM Liberty st PROFESSOR HORSFORD, ABSENT FOR THE SUM mer In Europe, will let bis furnished Reridonco on Shelter Islun.l. It! rooms, binary (over 1,001) volumes); Uertna's Harbor wltlnn 10 rods of the house; rowboatu, hor-es and cafriifgcs; new milch cow: giinlcu, 60 acres of lawn; 20 varieties of cherries; $l,m*) tor the season. Apply to W. IS. King, real estate agent, Orectiiort, Stilloik cimntv, L. I. rpo LF.T-ON THE EAST BANK OK THE HUDSON, J. near New Hamburgh. the finest Coonlry Seat on the rlvcT; the brick mnnsion is.Vhttli, contains all the modern Improvements and Is elegantly furnished; coachhouse, greenhouses, hot and cold graperies, lochoiiso and lo.lge at entrance; nil in uerlcct order; the grounds present the appearance of an English pari*, with splendkT roads; rent for season, $S,0? Rich ard v IIARNKTT, 1" Hroadway, room K, Imminent. TO LKT?COUNTRY PLACE ON SOUTH SIDE OF Long Island, within 20 miles of New York, suitable B>r boanllng house or nrlvote residence , furnished or un fnniished. JOHN F.. ROQ8BVELT, IS) Broadway. TO LET?A HOUSE. 10 BOOMS. BARN AND in ACHES of Lnnd, at lildge field Park, N. J., II miles iroin Now York; rent very cheap. Inquire of T, J. GIBBONS, 113 Hleecker street TO LET?SEVEN MILKS FROM PAVONIA FERRY, A House, containing 13 rooms; one acre of gnnlen, with frnit, carriage house, do.; rent low. Apidv to J. A. HUSON, Fifteenth and Provost streets. Jer?ey City, rpo RENT?FURNISHED, AT ORANOK VALLEY. 1 near station (Clarldon plane), a desirable Cottage of 12 rooms; )tsbic on premise*; rent $1,500. Apply to AL MKT UkEEL. 107 Water street. _ fTO BUNT FOR THB SEASON?NKAT MODKItN JL Farmhouse, nine rooms, nicely situated on high ground, near Matawan, Monmouth county, N. J. ; good stable and carriage room; berries, vegetables and irilk will,b?: liirnisbed irom the fnrin; to a family wishing o good home in the country this will bo let very roason able. Steamboat to New York daily. Inquire, between Wand 4 P. v , ?t u. c WRITLOcK, IS Moore street V AM! AH LB PROPERTY KOR SALE AT GENEVA, \L Jij ''sautiftii place, containing 53 acres or ; r''!} adapted tor a nursery or gentleman's country Tim Si.vJL ot a brick house ami suitable out vilSl1'i* 'n.go?d cultivation and nearly all tile i?o.i" iiiii i i e and six acres of tfna wooJ tn the iV, ?iii'' hR"< <; "> purchase a delightiul ""me SMITH, Oenevn N V h:u,c- ApI''y 10 ,iEKRI 1 " $0 500 HJPiV ^ K ARM "OPBK, 7 HOOMH, New York N I C li 01 nruW'< 20 "'tnates from 7l?Z>t wTni.. n .1II. li t^rm" if I \ DpSkesoion liliu>e " k Ct W ? J VAN lU">78 Broad ?KAL E8TATB TO EXCHANGE. A FINE BROWN 8TONB HOUSE ON FORTY-KIKTH street, $16,500, for $3,500 cash and a Country Place. rrinclpals call on or send to H. E. B? 888 Blxth avenue. A COTTAGE AND 90 CITY LOTS IN MOl'NT VER -/Vnon. 20 minutes from New York to exchange for* cultivated Farm, value of equity $10,000. EATON k CO., 191 Broadway._ A MODERN CITY HOUSE IN A FIRST RATH LOCA. tion, In perfect order, tree from encumbrance, to exchange for mortgages or other good securities. JACOB BHABPE, 149 Broadway._ BROOKLYN HOUSES?PAYING 10 PER CENT, TO exchange for Brooklyn lota. JOHN B. BTBVkNS, No. 8 Pine street. room 11. BEEKMAN PLACE.?FOR SALB OR EXCHANGE, one of those elegant brown stone Houses, on tlie JWver Terrace, between Fiftieth and Pitty-flrst streets, with floe view of river. JOHN O. HIOGINti, No. 7 Fine *t. C^ABH AND DWELLING TO EXCHANGE FOB CITY Property.?A new and superior built House, value 9.45,(100, cuuity of about $20,000, with over an acre of beautiful lawn, deliahtmily situated at Elizabeth, N. J., together with a few thousand dollar* In ca-li, will be given lor a tUir euulty in a good Dwelling eligibly situ ated In the upper part of this eltv. Address, wiving full description and price, Mr. W., at office of Charter Oak Lite Insurance Company, 181 Broadway. CITY LOTS.?WILL EXCHANGE A B It? lOKLYN House, valued at $14,000 ($a,tt)0 mortgage). lor city tot* JACOB BHAKPE, 14M Broadway. DOBBS' FERRY.?FOR BALE. EXCHANGE ^>R TO let, a new French roof Home und carriage house; Vi acres in lawn; line view of river. L JOHN O. HIGOINB, No. 7 Pine street. JpXCHANOE, FOR SALE OR LET?AT RAHWAY. U N. J., a nice House; well located ; Ave minutes lrom depot; exchange for country Property. Call on J. 0. TAP PEN, William street, Ifahway, or address 11ENRY TAPPEN. Hay viile, Ocean county, N. J. IfXCHANGE, HALE OR LEAHE-AT TARRYTOWN; 'J see Westchester oonnty property, this payer. Ad dress jOWNER.^box 284 Tarrytown Post office. FOR EXCHANGE?ELEGANT COUNTRY SEAT, three acres; twenty minutes in Jersoy, near two de pots; house modern; all improvements; large"-stable, carriage house, ice house: would take good Team, Pur si tare or other Merchandise in part payment. Address FlPfH AVENUE, box 199 Herald office. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A FINE COUNTRY Beat, 69 minutes from New York, 10 minutes' walk from three depots; 10 acre?, with tine new buildings; shade and fruit trees. Address 'A. I. 55., lierald ortloe. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?FOR TENEMENT PROP erty, two Lota on 125th street, running through, with first class house thereon. Apply to S. M. BROWN, corner Fourth avenue aud 125th street. FOR SALE?CASH MORTOAOES OR dwellings; 2,000,000 feet, chiefly joist; abo Lumber Property in Herkimer county, clear; will exchange for property. partridge, 121) Broad street. SALE OR EXCHANGE POBCrt? PROPERTY?TWO country Seats in Elizabeth, lightlv encumbcred: equity in both $45,000; would sell separately. OWNER, IK Nassau street, room 21. TO EXCHANGE?FOR A FARM, TWO BROWN STONE Housee in Brooklyn, near Prospect Park; houses new ; arm nfed for tenants oil each floor and rented to first class lamilios; a farm in Westchester or ou Long Island preferred. Address OWNER, Brooklyn Branch Herald office. The best country hotel near new york is offered at a bargain for cash, or will be exchanged for Heal Estate, steamboat or small Propeller; locution a luHhionable resort B. E. n. VANDYKE. 160 Broadway. WANTED?A STOCK OF DRY GOODS, HARDWARE or Clothing, in exchange for seven two stor.v and basement Houses; nine rooms and bathroom; all mod ern improvements; location unsurpassed ; would not re itise cash. Apply to J. MorLEY, Jr., 8T2 Broadway, corner DeKalb avenue, Brooklyn. \ITANTED?A MARYLAND OR VIRGINIA PLANTA IN tion (water front preferred). In exchange lor tine Country Seat ; ono hour from city. Adurcss with par ticulars, OWNI'.K, box 6,181 Post office. WANTED-NEW YORK OR BROOKLYN IMPROVED Property for stock ami Trade of an old established business, value $20,000. Address BONA FIDE, llcruld Uptown Branch office. W ANTED?NEW Y< RT< OR BROOKLYN PROPERTY in exchange for Oaah and Property at Vonkers, Stamford, Now Rocholle, Irvington, Flushing, Elisabeth and Englewooil. DOTY * BR UND AGE, 23 Union square. Q FINE LOTS FOR HALE OR EXCUANQE-CORNEE O of Seventy-sixth atreet and avenne A, on eastern Boulevard, lor Tenement House; price $1(5,(101; $H,U00 mortgage. Owner :(2y East Twenty-sixth street. infi ACRE FARM, BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE, GOOD 11M J outbuilding*, plenty of iruit, delightful location, in Connecticut; good market Owner can bo seen at E. Whitney's, 167 Broailway. rACRES VALLEY LAND?TITLE PERFECT, 21 UUU miles irom Ctiattanoogn. Tenn.; part cultivated, balance valuable timber; convenience In sawmills?lo cxcliungc. 8. CANTBKLL, 241 Fourth avenue. AIIA ?KOK *ALE OK EXCHANGE, FIVE ?p f D.UUUi live story Houses anil Stores, on u corner oTwenue B, renting lor $7>.0; $50,000 may remain; would take ilousu or Lou on west side or Place in the emiutry. OWNER, 429 West Sixteenth street. RKAL KSTATB WANTED. \Ar ANTED?FOR A PARTY, COUNTRY PLACE ON VV the HadFon. shove the Highlands, with water front or view, good baUdltti and W) acres land or less. Send particulars to A. JOUBNkaY, 51 Llspenard strccf. WANTED -CHEAP FOR CASH, NK AT SM ALL HOUSE, Brooklyn, or would exchange country Store Prop erty; $4,5il0 lor Brooklyn property. Owners inquire at 73 Beekman street, third floor, from 12 to 4. FCKJMTUfUt. AUHOR ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS. FURNI ture and Bedding at lowest cash prices, hy weekly instalments, at O'FAlilt ELL'S warehouse, 410 Eighth ave nue. betweeu Thirtieth and Thlrty-flrst streets. A?PARLOR AND SOFA BKOS IN MRF.AT VA . rietv, I'AYNh's patent*. Depot, 40 BleecMf street i T PUT ATE HOUSE, 120 WEST ??D STREET, 1\. near nth avenue?Parlor Suits, covercd In t.rocatcl, cost $<li<>, for S-60; one do. for ? 1 vi. i o*t $400; rep Suits tor $50; Bedroom Suits, $40, $50, S7J, $100; SOpound hair Mattresses, cost $50for $15; Paining*, Bronzes. Mirrors, Carpets, Bookcase, 8IWW ami China Tea Sets, half coat. AT PRIVATE RESIDENCE 104 EAST TWENTY-FIFTH . street, between Fourth and Lexington avenue*? Magniltceiit Marie Antoinette stvlu Parlor Suit, French satin, nearly new, cost $478, for $200. one da.. $175; broeatel and reps Suits, $75, $50 and $V.; rosewood Cham ber Suit, cost $375, for $175; walnut .Chamber Suits, $35 up; Carpets, 50cents up; PUnotorte, Paintings, Curtains, Mirrors, Bronzes, Silverware, Extension Tables, Bullet; less than half cost; property of family leaving city. Cat this out. A RARE CHANCE FOR CASH?AT PRIVATE REEL dence 21 East Twentieth street between Broadway and Fourth avenue. Parlor Suits, $75; rep Suit*, $35; Bed room 8uitn, $30; Brussels Carpets, :i0c. j-ard ; and 300 lots cheap. A RARE THANCE FOR HoFsEK EEPERS.?MAO niftcent Household I- urntture lor s tie at a sacrifice; property ol family leaving cltv: two superb suits Parlor fttruitiire, covered si'k broc.ade. cost $?00, lor $200 each; do., $lA0;do., $45; magnificent rosewood Pianoforte, cele brated maker, Aost $900. for $275; F.tagnrns, Bookcase, Paintings, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Mattresses, Extension Tattle, Buffet, China, Glassware, at hall original coat M W. 15th St., near 5th av. A -.THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE OF i private residence 210 West 21st st.. m ar 7th avenoe.? Fftrsnleata saerltice, satin and hrocatei Parlor Suits, cost$S(S0, tor $150; rep Suits, from to $.V?; Bedroom and Din ng Room Furnltnre, Painting*. Bronzes. Ae.; $00 Iards Carpet, 23 hair and spring Mattresses, 2 Pianoforte* _e. _C?H this day. FVMOT0RB AND CARPETS FOR SALE BY~ALADY breaking up housekeeping, of two floors, mont new at a sacrifice. Apply at 23 Christopher street, near JefTer soh Market. ____ CfBEATEST BARGAINS OF THB MUMW, ' T Second hand Furniture, Carpels and Pianos. Foreclosure to pay advances. Parlor, Bedroom and Chamber Furniture, Hewing Machines, Pianofortes, Books, 150 ounces Silver Spoons and Forks, SOOyarils Velvet and Axmiuster Carpets, Ac.. AT LOAN OFFICE 722 BROADWAY, OPPOSITE NEW YORK HOTEL. Those desirous of saving half will do well to call. Money loaned on all kinds of Merchandise. /"lOOD SECOND HAND AND MISFIT CARPETS A IT specialty; all sizes handsome pattern* for sale cheap, at 112 Fulton street, corner of Dutch, entrance on Dutch street. Monthly or weekly payments?carpets, Furniture, Bedding, Ac. MEALY A CUNNINGHAM, .W4 and 3?i Third avenue, near Twenty . Ulitli street. Prices lower than any other house in the eily. WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR FI R nlture, Carpets mid Bedding, at H. M. CoWl'ER THWA1T A CO.'J, 1'ift uii l 157 Chatham street. An Immense stock and low price*. CIOARS AMI TURACtO, CliOARS OF HAVANA TOBACCO?ROSA CONCHAS, J $?)( Fl. de Cuba Galanes. $Mi; Rupanolaa, $ti5; equal to imported in appearance and i|iiitlity. T.J. RAYNOR a Co., 80 Maiden lane. II11. I.I A It IIS. A 1 ?STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL TABLES AND j\A? the Phelait A Collender Conituiiatioii Ciistilons lor sale only hy the patentee, H. W. COLLENDER successor to Pheiati m Collender, 7:?s Broadway, New York. A 1 ?LATBST DB8IONS OF BILLIARD TABLES jt\ I? and all appurtenance* connected with the trade; special attention to private George B PHELAN, No. 7 Barclay street k BPLENDID AMORTMIKT OF NEW AND SEC* J\ ond hand Billiard Tables, nonpareil bevels; also plain new styles, all with Hie catgut cushions; closing outat a discount. KAVaNai.II A DICKER, ___ Corner Canal and Centre streets. RP.ATBST INDUCEMENTS EVER OFFERED TO IJ purchasers ot Bllliar.I Tallies.?Now is your lime to call nnd examine my splendid stock of Tobies, at greatly reduced prices; Billiard Tallies comple:o lor $151. W. H. GRIFFITH, 40 Vesey street. AMTNOItOUT, 4 TTKNTION!?CONSULTATIONS ON It I'HI NEBS, LAW Jx. suits, enemies, losses, absent friends, love, marriage, sicknt Ss and death. I'ay refused iinle*? satisfied. Mine. WWdMli clairvoyant, f<a >ixtli avenne. ATTENTION l-KNOW THY DRSTINYt consult tills wonderfully gitled Clairvoyant; gives luck ; tells ovorytiling. IGU West Forty.first street, near Broadway. J ATEST.-MRS, VANS1SE, Rt'SINEBS AND MEDT cal Clairvoyant, sprilualist, tells name, day of marriage, Mugs tcafether fh<sie long separated, gives positive information on nil affairs of llle j mi ?atlsiaetion, no pay. 621 www avi bus, < orner of fnirty fourth st. I EUROPEAN CLAIRVOYANT.?TBLLS NAMES, BHOWB J likenesses, causes inarriaget, givej numbers; 50c. and $1. 142 West Twenty tilth street MIR8 WftLLINOTtlN, CLAf R VtlYANT, TELIA everything; lucky nnmbeis. Has* positive cure lor drunkenness. Tell utor write to4l East Twenty eighth street. HALHI AT AITCTIOiy. Allen b' minbb, auctioneer. Salesrooms #ft Chambers and 77 Reade streets. Late Henry H. Leeds A Miner. EitAblUbed in 1817. none Auction Mart. 3S7. 339 and 341 4th av.,corner26th st By ALLEN B. MINER * BRO. TTII8 DAT (FRIDAY). MAT JS, at U o'clock, at their salesrooms. 95 CHAMBERS AND 77 KEADK STREETS, UNRESERVED SALE . _ rich solid Gold Jewelry, set with diamonds and other precious stones; Sterling Silverware, Ac., of the latest and most artistic designs, all of which was made to order by the heirt manufacturers tor city custom trade; Bisque and Parian Fancy Goods, Ac., Ac., comprising the enure balance of stock of , ... .

MESSRS. COVELL, OKAY A CO., late of W wav, to bo sold without reserve, in consequences ol tpelr relinquishing this branch of their business. Tlie stock COMPRISES IN JEWELRY full and one-half Sett, set in Diamonds, Ruby, Emerald, Amethyst, Cameo and Pearl, Finger and Handkerchief Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Scarf Pins, Studs, Brooches and Earrings, Vest and Leoutlne Chains, Ac., Ac. _ STERLING 8ILVER WARE.-Ice Pitchers, Congee Bowls, Berry Acts, Butter Dlsljes, Suit Cellars, Goblett, Cups, Napkin Rings, Fish Knives, Snuff and Tobacco Boxes, Fruit Knives, Children's Sets. Ac.. Ac. FANCY GOODS.?French China, decorated Jardinieres, dccoratcd Bisotie and Parian Groups, Statuettes, Busts, Ac,, Ac. The above will be on exhibition Wednesday previous to Bale, with catalogues, and will be sold with out reserve, as Messrs. Corcil A Oray propose confining themselves exclusively to tbe sale of Clocks, fine Bronzes and Gas Fixtures, at their now store. Filth avenue and Broadway, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets. SATURDAY. MAY 34, at 10K o'clock, at their salesrooms, 9ft Chamber and 77 Rcade streets, GENTEELHOU8KHOLD KUjfNITURE-Carved rosewood Planotortcs, by well-known makers; Velvet, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets; carved rosewood Parlor Suits, in crim son, satin and various colored reps; rosewood aud black walnut marble top Centre and Side Tables; Etageros; gilt frame Pier and Mantle Mirrors; black walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus, WuHlistands, Commodes, Wardrobes, Bookcases. Lounges, Rockers, Easy chairs, Dining Extension Tables, hall stands. Cottage Suits, hair and spring Mattrnsses, leather Beds and Boulstera and Pillows; Window Cur tains and Cornices; Crockery, Glass, sllvor.plutu<l Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Ac. A** ? ? ART. ART AUCTION AT 80MERVILLE GALLERY 83 FIFTH AVBNUS, ON MAY 23 AND 23, EVENING* A large ana unusually One collection. For account of Messrs. W. K. O'BRIEN A BROTHER. EXHIBITION FREE DAY AND EVENING. Art at auction. ? Largo and Important sale of three hundred and fifty high class modern i'ulntings, to lie positively sold without reserve or limit, consisting of the entire stock of a well known dealer and connoisseur, who is about to make Europe his permanent residence. The collection embraces many flne specimens of the English, French, Belgian, Italian and American schools. The following well known aitistsare represented:? Boughton, H. Oignoux, Englehardt, Biersiadt, Redmond Fay. Julius Erbe, Churoh, V. Nchltg, H. L. Itolfe, W.Hart, Accard, E. Boddimrton, S. Coleman, Carolus, W. Boddlngton, J. F. Keusctt, Backalowlcz, F. Whitney, It. A., Jarvls, Kurvttsseg, 3. F. Williams, T. Doughty, L. Callle, Sidney Percey, II. Intnan, V. Dc Voa, G. D. Callow, 8. J. Guy, Billow, C. Larcn. W. L. Sonntag, A. Van Wvngaerdt, W. Shayer, H. Peters Gray,* R. Van Elten, G. Armtleld, M. J. Heade, J. Krlghoff, W. G. Doust, E. I* Henry. Latt FantDe MontzGranville Perkins, A. Van Bee*!, De Shaffer, C. H. chaplii, Henry Bacon. 8. Josqnin, J. l'aulkner. J. R. Brcvoort, G. Longhie, To be sold Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 31, 22 and 23, at tho Art Gallery CO Liberty street. EDWARD SC11ENCK, Auctioneer. Albert b. waldron, auctioneer. By D. W. IVES. Salesrooms 108 Liberty, llii Cudur and 38Church street. Furniture, carpets, Bedding. Ac. Oil SATURDAY, at 11 o'clock, a larpe and general assortment of second hand and new Furniture, Carpets, Mirrors, Bedding, Ulai-s. Crockery, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Funcy Ooods, Engravings, Chromos, Kitchen Articles, Machinist1!- and Garden Tools, Office and other Dosks, Lounges, Ac. Also, at same time, Part of the Stock of M. Onrsuca, of Eighth avenue, in cluding Hair, Spring and Husk Mattresses, Pillows, Bol sters, AC. A CALDWELL, AUCTIONEER. . HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AT SALK8ROOM 79 nassau street, Friday, May 'JS, at o'clook prompt, consisting of elegant rosewood Pianoforte, rich Parlor Suits, Minors, rosewood wardrobe, with mirror doors; Centre Tallies, Music Stand, Lace Curtains, Lonnges, Extension Tables, Buffet, Clocks, Carpets, Chamber Suits, in walnut and mahogany; curled liair Mattresses, Secretary Bookcase, mahogany Pianoforte, sofa Bed, Oilcloths, Stair Carpets, Hail stands, together with great varietyor Kitchen Utou sils. Every lot will positively be sold without reserve. Auction notice.?this day. Oyer 125,000 worth magnificent Household Furniture, Ac., at public auction THIS DAY (Friday), May 23, commencing at 10^ o'clock, at Hie live story private mansion, 120 West 23d st., between 8th and 7th avs., namely:?Rich rosewood Pianoforte, cost $l,t*iO, need 8 months', magnificent Drawing itoom Suits, covered In crimson satin and broeatel; Pier Mirrors, (Vntrn Table, real lace Curtains, Bookcase, rosewood l.t*?eres, ''"urkish Chairs, Lounges, velvet and Brussels Carpets, rich Bronzes, tine OH Paintings, Ac.; Bedroom Suits In rose wood and solid black walnut; single and double Bed* steads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Tables, Withstands, Com modes, Lady's Dressing Case, superior curled luilr and siiring Mattresses, Sheets, Quilts, Blankets, Ac.; Dining Room black walnut Inlaid Buffet, Extension Tallies, Chairs, solid Silver and Plated Ware, Cutlery, Ac.; Base ment and Kitchen Furniture, Tables, Chairs, ice Box, Oik-loths. Catalogue conta ns oyer 330 lots. Sale positive, lu lota. N. B.?Goods packed and shipped. LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. Auction notice.? r. t. hazell. auctioneer. THIS DAY (FRIDAY) MAY 23, at I0X o'clock, at our salesroom. 118 Chambers street. Heavy ami *1)011 Hardware. Table and Pocket Cutlery, 4c., Ac., la lots to *ult city ami couutry trade. A l*o, French Tinned Ware, Wooden Ware, 4c. Also. Shovel* and Spado*. Fcrewt, Kile*, Hoe*, Ac. Catalogues on morning ot sale. R. T. H AZELL A CO.. Auctioneer*, 118 Chambers street. Auction at the private mansion 104 Enst Twenty-flrth street, between Fourth and f-exington avenue*. THIS (FRIDAY) MORN1NO. May A at li>^ o'clock. E. ROTH, Auctioneer, will sell posttlvely, rain or shine, 50i) lots by catalogue to the highest bidder, Parlors? Velvet, Brnssets Carpets; Orandc Dnchesse and Mark* Antoinette styles Parlor Suits In crimson and gold and freen and gold satin brocatel and reps; Turkish*'hair*, smnges, pier and oval Mirrors, Etaeercs, Vases, Bronzes, Tables, statuary, Works of Art, Cioefcs, Curtain*, tlno Paintings,, Magnificent rosewood and walnut Chamber Suits, style ot Louis XIV., Mattresse*. Bedding, elegant roswood 7'< octave Pianoforte, nest ritr maker; stool, Cover, Cabinet; Bedsteads, Bureau*, Waahstands, spring and hair Mattresse.*, Bedding, walnut reps Suit*, Rotas, Chairs. Lounges, Carpels, Curtain* Mirrors, French walnut BniFet, Extension Tables, Chairs, tila*s, China, Silverware, Cutlcrv, Ac. N. B.?Take Fourth avenue cars or stage* or Third avenue car* to Twenty-tilth street. Ooods packed and delivered lor purchaMrs, in city or couutry. AT THE ELEGANT RESIDENCE 38 West Fifteenth street, between Fifth aud Sixth avenues, magnltlccnt Household Furniture, Pianoforte, 4c., at auction, THIS DAY (Friday), ai 10U o'clock, the property of w. R. Livingston. Sunerb Suits, covered silk brocade of the richest de scription, style Louis XIV.; rosewood Elagcrcs, Mar queterie Cabinets, Tables, Jardenleres, Canterbury, En coigneurs. Secretaire Bookcase, rare, eostlv Books; vel vet, medallion Carpets; Mirrors, Paintings by eminent artists, bromtc Statuary, Clocks, Vaw?s, ornaments, mag i)lticent rosewood Pianoforte, celebrated maker; Stool, Cover; rosewood walnut Chamber Suits; Mattresses, Wardrobe, Dressing Cases. Bureaus, Toilet Sets, Buffers, Extension Table. Cliinaware, Glassware, Cutlwrv. Take Filth avenue stages or Sixth avenue cars. Competent persons in attendance to remove good*. AUOUSTK MARTINES, Auctioneer. AKCIL JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. Office and salesroom A7 N?M*au street. liorse Auction Branch. 19 to M East Thirteenth street. Carriago Reposl lory, No. tf.Cortlandt street. FINE ITOITSEHOLIJ FURNITURE, CARRARA MAR BLh STATUARV, KEAL BRONZES AND ANTIUUES, FRENCH PI, ATE M I It Ito IIS. ROSEWOOD PI ANO FORTE, ARTICLES OF VIRTU, CHINESE WARE, CARPETS, AC., AC. ARCH. JOHNSTON WILL SELL AT AUCTION THIS DAY (FRIDAY). MAY 39, AT WU O'CLOCK, AT to NINTH ST HE 141', NRAK BROADWAY, all the Furniture contained In said house, being in part carved rosewood Parlor Suits, in satin, made I>v A. lion* and others; carved rosewood Efageres, French Bc<L stead*, Bookcases; Outre Tables, in sienna aud engraved marble tops; antique maltogany Sideboards, Bedsteads Dressing Tables, Secretaries; fine oak Library Suit*. Tables, Chairs nna Lounges; all the line curled hair Mattresses, leather Beds and Pillows; tine French I'late Pier and Mantel Mirrors, real bronze Mantel Sets, ('locks, Statuettes. Coups, Card Receivers, Candelabra-, Ac.; all the line Dresden and French China Dinner anil Dessert Sets; fine cot crystal lilassware; real old India and Chi nese Crackell ware; roeewood Colebri Pianoforte; fine Carrara marble Statuary, hy Franchl, Rome; Article* of Virtu; all the velvet, Brussels and ingrain Carpets, together with the Kitchen Furniture, with which tbe sale will commence. AM ?OVER 300 LOTS, $10,000 WORTH, ? ot elegant Household Furniture at auction this dav, commencing at 10l# o'clock, contents of private mansion 31 East 20lh ?t.. between Broadway and fib nv.. vl/. :? flrand Pianoforte, cost ft>0; elegant Parlor Suits, Mirror*, Brussels Carpels. Oil Painting*, laee Curtain*, marble top and gilt Tables, Jardiniere", Bronje*, Ktngeres, Cabi net*, Ae. Bedrooms contain rosewood and walnut Suits, slnRle and double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, spring and hair Mattresses. Lounge*, Clocks, feather Pit lows, Holster*. Ac. Also Dining Room, Basement and Kitchen Furniture. HKNltY ZINN, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE OF ELEUANT HOUSEHOLD FUR n it ure. THIS DAY (FRIDAY), commencing 10 o'clock precisely, at resilience 210 West 2lst st., near 7th avenue. ROBERT C. CASH IN, Auctioneer, sells rich satin ami brocatel Parlor Snits, magnificent double, round Planetorte, cost rich Cabinet, inarnneterie gi|t Tables, Etngercs, Turkish Chair*, Mirrors, Curtains, Clocks, valuable Oil Paintings,, Bookcase, .'AO volume*choice Books, Library Tallies. Statuary, orna ments, Ac.; Extension I'ablc, Buffet, Chairs, Glass, China, Silverware, Cutlery, Ac. Solid black walnnt and rosewood Chamber Seta, vl*.:?single and double Bedtfesds. Bu reaus, VVash*tand?; 27 spring anil hair Mattresses, suits In reps, MWjards velvet and Brussels Carpet, Chainle '"n^'b.?Yake 7lh or tth av. car*' to21st st. Salt positive. Catalogue* ready. BY SIMON HERMAN. AUCTIONEKR. Thi* dav, Friday, May 2.1, at ll)H o'clock, at 13 Bow ery, the entire stook of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Ac., from ? first class dealer, removed lor convenience ot site, aud comprises choice casks Brandies, Gin, Port and Sherry Wtnna, Champagnes, Ac.; also about M0 barrel* choice old Bourbon and Itye, Hcolch nnd Irish Whiskey, cigars, Ac., and a variety ot other Wines and Liquors usually found In a firs* cius* a'oro. Hale wiU be abeolaUk rain or sfcloe. Dealer* Invited. SALII AT APCT1OT. AT BALE. A RARE COLLECTION OP ANTIQUE FURNITURE. Chinas, Dellti, Mirror a. Sgraffito Ware, Brans Work, Repousse Metal Dkhes, Bronze* Clock*, Armor, Object* of Art, Ac. An extraordinary collection now on exhibition at the Clinton Hall Salesroom*, and to be sold by auction^>u the eveuiu ga ol Tuesday and Wednesday, May 27 and ft. The Messrs. LEAYITT, Auctioneers. gY DANIEL caulk1n8, AUCTIONEER, OFFICE 194 Broadway, room 18, on Friday, May 23, at 11 o'clock, positively the cloring sale of the extensive stock of superb imported and city custom made Furniture, re moved for convenience of sale to the spacious store 13 Murray street, near Brpadway, comprising every variety of olegant French Marqueteric bois de rose and buhl and French walnut Chamber, Parlor, Library and Dining Room Suits of the most unique and modern styles, all of which were Imported and manufactured expressly for llrst class city onstom trade. N. B.?This being the closing sale every lot will positively be sold without limit or re serve. The above stock is now ready for examination, with catalogue. B Y E. H. LUDLOW A CO., AUCTIONEERS. Important sale of the well known and beautiiully located Lyric Hall Property, on Sixth avenue, Forty-second street and Reservoir square, on Thursday, May 20,1873, at 12 o'clock, at the Bxohange Salesroom, 111 Broadway. Maps and loll particulars at No. a Pino street. By a. d. mellick, jr.. a bro., Auctioneers. Vlllifpiofs en the slopes of the famous Orange Mountain at auctlou, adjacent to the station at Orange Valley, N. J. A. D. MELLICK, JR., A BRO., Auctioneers, and dealers in New Jersey real estate, No. 0Pine street, will sell TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1873, " by order of R. O. Cromtdln, Esq., 160 magnificent Building Lots on the Mountain slope, near Llewellyn Park. Choice Property In an elegant neighborhood, surrounded by costly improvements, and on an elevation commanding views unequalled in ex tent and beauty In the vicinity of New York. Streets aro all graded und substantial plank walks laid. Music by Grafulla's full Regimental Band. Luncheon before the sale. For maps, putoos aud particulars apply to A. D. MELLICK, JR., A BRO., No. ? Pine street, New York. BY F. COLTON, AUCTIONEER. Rich Household Furniture, made by Marcotte, Koux, Hutching*, and Pottler a Stymrs. Rosewood l'ianos, Mirrors, Ac. This day, Friday, May 23, at 10)4 o'clock, at the sales room, 53 hast Thirteenth street, near Broadway. A large variety of elcgiint Parlor Furniture In blue and drab silk reps; crimson hatin with iulaiil rosewood frames, Turkish suits iu good order, Centre Tables. French plate, pier and mumlo Mirrors, In black walnut and gilt frames, Clocks, Uas Fixtures; 10 dozen plated table Knives. Superb Mack walnut chamber suits; cheval Glass, dressing glass, Bureaus, Bedstead*, amoire Wardrobes, best hair and spring Mattresses, Bedding, black walnut buffet extension Table, Chairs, Lounges, gilt table, dec orated China dinner Set, plated ware, 2W)yarl? three-ply Carpet almost new; velvet and Brussels Carpets, tine oil Paintings and Engravings, Curtains and Corniccs. At 1 o'clock, 3 elegant rosewood Piunos, 1 Melodeon. BY JOHN H. DKAPER A CO., AUCTIONEERS. The Delaware, Lackawanna aud Western Railroad Company will sell 80,000 TONS SCRANTON COAL at public auction on Wednesday, May 28, at 12 o'clock noon, at 26 Exchange place. SAM 1'EL Sl.OAN, President. Bankrupt sale.?notich is hereby given that Messrs. HOYT WHEELER * BRADLY will sell at their salesrooms, 118 and 120 Church street, in the city of New York, on Wednesday, May 1873, at public auc tion, under the direction ol the uiulcrsigned, assignee ot James McNulty, a portion of his stock, consisting ot Hats, Caps, Kursana Straw Goods.?Dated May 15, 1873. J AME S S. WILLET. Assignee. Bankrupt sale.?notice is hereby given that Messrs. WM. TOPPING A CO. will sell on Thurs day, May 29, 1873, at public auction, at their salesrooms, 1.12 Church street, in the city ?>( New York, under the di rection of the undersigned, assignee of James McNulty, a Sortion of his stock, consisting of Hats, Caps, Furs aud traw Hoods.?Oated Now York, May 15, l?7i JAMES s. WILLET, Assignee. Dc Br a. w. dauchy, auctioneer. DAUCHY * JOHNBOlf sell thin day, at 2 o'clock, at 4M Canal street, a large assortment of Household Furniture. consisting of fine Parlor and Bedroom suits; Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, Oilelotlm, Cottage Suits, mahogany and black walnut Heils'cuds, Boils, ftcduin?, hair and other Mattresses, feather Beds, Extension Tables, Dining Room Furniture. Mirrors, marble top Bureaus. Sewing Ma chines. Oil Paintings, Curd tables, Crockerv and Glass ?ware. Wardrobes Louuges, Stoves Kltchcn Utensils, Ac.; also one Butcher's Cart, one top Wagon, in good order; also a fine assortment ol Sun Shades, Parasols, Ac. ily order of E. W. Crow. vO NOT REFRAIN FROM BUYING AT THE PARTI ' tlon sale of Whitestone Properly, at Exchange sales room, 111 Broudway, on Monday, May 39, for the reason tliut you are unacquainted with thenroperty. Can on A. II. MlJLL KB, 1'. R. WILKINS A CO., the auctioneers, at No. 7 Pints street, or on H. K. VAN sick LEN, 133 Nassau street, get tree passes, visit the property and pick oat your lots. K. H. Hopkins will meet you at Whitestone. It will not lake you three hours HM KNKY DREIIKK a SON, AUCTIONEERS?OFFICB 172 Kast Houston street?Sell, this day, at 217 Eliza beth street, at l<% o'clock. Fixtures and Stock ot a Grocery, viz., Counters. Fixtures and general assortment of Groceries, two Ale I'titnps Glosses, new Awning, Cau vas, Ac. Hale positive. H~~KNRY r.RKHHR A HON, AUCTIORERftH? OFFICE 172 EaU Houston street?Sell, this day, at 9o'clock sharp, at 226Clirvstle street, contcnta of Grocery Store? Soaps, canncil Pruit, Spices, Scales and Weight*, Glass Case, Counters Ac. Sale positive. J ERE. JOTTNflON, JR., AUCTIONEER. Grand clearing ont auction salt?, by order of the ? ... Mews. Stevens, of * 7.1 splendid I-ots la Astoria. Island City, MONDAY, MAT 28, at 2 o'clock P. M., on the promt**. Lots are directly opposite New York cltv, near steamboat landing, on Jamaica avenue, Konlevard, Crescent, Broadway, Van A 1st and Ely streets; Sherman, Academy. Lock wood, Temple. Elm and Lincoln streets. Grand collation. Graiiilla's lamotia band. Harrison, the great ?in*er. Free tickets for Harlem boots and maps of JERK. JOHNSON, Jr, 21 Park row, New York. J ERE. JOHNSON, JR., AUCTION EKR. Grand opportunity to secure the rery cream of Jersey City Business Property. Peremptory auction sale at 2 o'aloe* sharp. WEDNESDAY, May W, on the premises, rain or shine, by order of John McGru-.'an, Ksa., who i< coiupcl'c<l from lading health to relinquish busi ness mill seek ti more favorable climate, splendid busi ness location, corner Grove and Montgomery streets, ?with the elegant stores and Dwellings thereon; splendid opportunity for dealers, speetila'ors, merchants or invest ers; location unsurpassed In Hudson county; buildings very substantial, modern style, suitable for any business, ore*on hi make a Ilrst clam Herman wine house with hotel, Ac. Sale absolute; ?? per cent may remain on mortgage three years. Maps, Ac., at offices ot JURE. JOHNSON, Jr., 21 Park row. Now York; J. M. GIBSON, 31 Montgomery street, Jersey City, or of JOHN McOBU GAN, Esq., till the premises TACOB KOdART, AUCTIONEER, si will sell tills day. May 23, ai 11 o'clock, at the suc tion rooms No. 1 North William street, all the Unclaimed Baggage Iroin French's Hotel, consisting of leather Trunks, Valises Hags, Satchels, Clothing, Watches, Jewelry, Dry Gorttts Ac. Saturday, May 24, at II o'clock, at tho auction rooms. Household Furniture, Carpets, Pianos, Ac. J\ COB BOG ART, AUCTIoNEER.-MARHIIAIj'S SALE, this day, at lll1^ o,clock, at 217 Eltrabelh street, the Stock a,?l Hxturcs ,ntf Mwr<?lt,, JOSEPH HEGEMAN A CO, special sale of Carpets, Monde*. May 2B, at 10 A. Mv, at the Central Salesrooms corner' Wiiioiighby and Pearl streets Brooklyn, a large and excellent assortment of new and second hrill Ax minster. Moqnettes, Velvet. Brussels three-ply and in grain Carpers, oilcloths, Ac. Contributors will please send their carpets by ftstarda.v. T AROE AUCTION HAL* OF HEWING MACHINES. JLi Several hundred to be sol I Tuesday and Wednesday, May 27 and 2ft, at the auction rooms of DANIEL A. M ATI!KWH, 7f* Broadway. MARHHALHHALE.-R, FIELD, AUCTIONEER, WILL mil, this day, at 1JX o'clock. at 121 Bowerv, lot of Gents' Furnishing Goods Hats, Store FUtures, Ac.. Ac. My order P. FRKNEV, City Marshal. ' PAWNBROKER'S SAI.E, Tills DAY.-J A MBS AGAR, X auctioneer, will sell, at M New Bowery, SOU l,ms Men's and Women's ( lothing anl other seasonable Goods By order ol J. Thelse, Spring sfrret. PAWNBROKER'S ?HW.E-SAM FOREST, AUC lioneer, sells this day, nt 17 Bowery, (km lots Men's and Women's very fine Clothing, Silk Dresses Suits, Reinuanls Sacaues, Broelie and I,ace Shawls, Spreads sheets, Shoes, fine Coats, Pants. Vests and other desira ble Goods by order ot 11 He, East Broadway. PAWNBROKKR'H SALK.-W. H. INGRAI1AM WILL sell. Ibis day. at II o'clock, at M New Bowery. UK) lots Clothing. Dresses, Sheets, Remnants, CoaLs Pants Ac.; Shoes Boots Revolvers, Ac. K. KAIIN, _ 201 Grand street, Wlillamsbnrg. fAWNBROKKR'S SALK.-R. FIELD, HHERlFrS AND General Auctioneer, pftlc.-rooin 121 Bowery, will sell, tills day, at II o'clock, SOU lots Men's ami Women's Cloth ing, Dresses, shawls, Remnants, Underclothing, Bedding, guilts, Blankets Boots, shoes Ac., Ac.; also Coats Panfa and Vest*. By order IIEN BY MoALEENAN, Eighth av. SHERMAN, AUCTIONEER. . _ < Auction sale of Bourtmn and Rya Whisker, Bran dies Ola, Champagne*, Clrnra, Ae.. being tbestockofa first olase dealer, this day (FrUay). Way if at II o clock. 8ALBI 4T ATTCTTOlf. QHE RIFF'S PALE.-R. PIELD. auctioneer. 1*1 CJ Bowery, will sell on Saturday, May 24. at 11 o'clock at 111 Liberty street, the Property'of &rtf. a Tan aiSi Die Company. consisting ot Machine and Nut Tsdil Screw Platen, Dies, Machinists'. uas and btaani Kitten! Tool*. Byordcr MATl'tlEvV T. BRENWAN.SheriAV SHERIFF'S sale.-R. FIELD, AUCTIONEER, iS Bowery, will sell, this day, at 10 o'clock, at 111 Libs erty street, a tars* assortment of Auger Bits, lie., thai property of tlic Ceutrebrook Manufacturing Com nan vi By order MATTHEW T. BRBNNAJI, Bherlff. fJlRUSTEE'S BALE, ^ B. A. CLARK * CO., Auctioneers, ofa large and splendid stock of silverware and IvoW handle and silver-plated Table Cutlery, ?t "fSr0 99 liberty street, flve -doors from Nassau^ will continue daily, at 10& o'clock, until all is sold. ^ r .?stoek consists ot rleh Tea Seta (new styles^, Ice Pitchers, Salvers, Goblets, Mugs, Fruit Stands, Centra, Pieees, Epergties. Cake Baskets, Dinner and Breakfast Castors, Pickle Castors, Napkin Kings. Forks, SpoonSL Card Receivers, Ac. Also flno Table Cutlery. Kvory article warranted of the best and most cela? brated msnutaeture. Stock to t>e sold In lots to suit buy ers, and the attention of the trade is called to this sale, as the s ock most be closed at once. Per order. Kit ED. SMITH, Trustee. Thomas gaffnky, auctioneer, office No. fll Centre street, will sell this day at 10K o'clock, the Furniture of a latnlly, at tJOrt Rust Seventeenth streetg Carpets, Crockery, Stoves, black walnut Chairs, Bed* steads and Bedding, Mirrors, Paintings, Lounges, Ao.k almost new. WILLIAM ABBOTT. AUCTIONEER, will sell on this day, at 10o'clock, In front of sale** room. (SO New Bowery, by virtue ot a chattel mortgaged six good Horses, ono curtain Coach and Harness. on? Coal Cart Also, at 10J< o'clock, at same place, a lot all Household Furniture, Carpets and Oilcloths, Ac. WILLIAM ABBOTT, Jr., Attorney for Mortgagee. BUSINESS OPPORTDKITIM8. ^ A 19 YKARS established BROADWAT^BCSINES^ ?XjL requires a ' * " " retiring partner. J\ requires a man with $1S,00J to take the nlace ofa ELLIS A BRINCKKRHOFK, 48 Broad street. AN OLD ESTABLISHED WHOLESALE AND RBr tall lJquor Establishment (the party retiring Mink the business) will be sold on reasonable conditions; one? ot stock, Ac., *8,000 to *10,000. Address FORTUNE, Heik A aid office. ?CAPITAL SECURED FOR incorporate!* .?. companies, merchants, manufacturers: person# with capital doslrlng investments informed of desirably opporttmilios; our acquaintances throughout the countrw are references. ALEXANDER, FROTHINUllAM A COtt2 PAN Y, 112 Broadway. A FIRST CLASS HORSE RAILROAD, 4 MILES IN .IV length, in a growing city of over SO,000 inhabitant^; Is I'ully equipped (30 horses and 20 cars) and in good run.-, niug order ; daily receipts, which are constantly increase iug, largely above running expenses; will lie sold to at cash customer only, at a figure that will uiako it an in2 vestment of great value. For further particulars call upon the owners. 8EKLKY A STEVENS, 32 Burling slip? A?WANTED, A PARTNER IN THE REAL ESTATE^ ? business in Westchester county: office handsomely fitted up and the best located in the county and now* doing a good business. Apply to WILLIAM H. GAMMON", 43 Chatham st. A LADY HAS *SOO TO *600 TO INVEST IN ROMS, respectable business, or as partner; ladv or gentle man. Address ). B. C., Herald office, or Herald Uptown Branch office. A PERSON WITH SMALL CAPITAL IS OFFERED, an established manufacturing Business where the article is staple, sells lor cash, und the profits large. LLOYD, 28 Broadway. A MANUFACTURING COMPANY IN SUCCESSFUL operation, and with wholesale house in New York* owning their real estate und factory, will increase capital* *50,UX). A business man with *I6,uoO to *20,0110 desired &S the warerooms to manago financial department. GRIGGS, CARLETON A CO., 98 Broadway. A CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED.?A MANUFACTURE lng and importing lace house, 20 years established, doing good business, will sell out on account of 111 heal h ; the owner or a clerk, who knows the business just, .is well, will remain with the purchaser as long as required: only about *8,000 cash required. Address A. B., box 6,199 Post office. ? A BARGAIN.?A 21 YEARS ESTABLISHED LIGHT .A. Manufacturing Business, articles staple, in dully use} good profits, easily managed, cheap rent; rare invest ment; will bear investigation. ' H. PATTBF.RG, ?*K Broadway. N ENERGETIC BUSINESS MAN, WITn A CAPITAL ol *5,(NJ0 to *15,000, wanted to open first class offices in Altianv, Brooklyn and Jersey tity; trade already es tablished ; inducements unprecedented, "VICTOR" SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, M East Tenth street A PHYSICIAN WANTED?WITH J.WO, TO PURCHASE Oillco Turniture, Medicines, Splints, Ac., in one of the best sections of New York State; a fine Cottage House, tarnished, with a large garden, at a low rent; all ready for occupation. This is a good opening for a physician-, who desires immediate practice; must be sold immedi ately as the present occupant will leave in a short time. Apply, or address PHYSICIAN, box 84 Middle Granville, "vushln^ton county, N. Y. N EASTSIDE CORNER LIQUOR STORE; STOCK; Lease. License and Fixtures; rent *30 per month; price for all ttWO; a b.irgain. TUOS. J. DUN KIN' A CO , 5M Third nvemre. A PARTNER WANTED IN A WELL PAYING WHOLE sale business, who can put in at once a cash capital of *10,000. Address A., box 100 Herald office. AN INTEREST IN, OR THE WHOLE OF AN ES tablished safe and profitable) Business, will lie dis posed of to a suitable parly on liberal term; business on cash basis and steadily increasing. S. E. H. VANDYKE, 180 Broadway. A &Si A Fob sale?undertaking business ? alsq Hearse. Coach, Horses and Stable: or will take a managing partner. Apply to JAMES McLARNEY, 1,058 Third u veu uo. Fob sale?a staple manufacturing Busr. new; must be sold owing to serious accident to ttie owner. apply Immediately at factory j8? and HI Wed Forty-flfth street, wiiere all particulars can bo bad. Moderate, capital required. Hotkl MEN.-RARE INVESTMENT, BY LEASING that sightly Hotel, now finishing; over 100 rooms and suits, lacing Broadway, between Cooper institute and Itiblu House. 25 and 27 Third avenue. SPECIAL PARTNRR WANTED-witii $8,1*10 TO $10,000, in a woll paying and old established produce house; a heavy increase of business requrres more capi tal; a lucrative position offered to a party with tbe abov? amount; reference*, first class, given and required. Ad dress MORRIS, Herald office. STATE BIGHTS IN THE best PAYING INVENTION of the age; used by everybody, and supplies a special want. We request thorough investigation. Model, 162 Broadway, rootn 9. SPLENDID OPENING FOR capitalists.-parties who are disposed to invest in The construction and management of a flrst class Hotel in Montreal will find Sreat in Incrment* held out to them. Address dl ncajl lACDONALD, Guy street, Montreal. WANTED-A PARTNER WITH CAPITAL, IN the manufacture of patent fan attachments for rocking chairs and sewing machines; both attachments arc re* eently patented and are not vet introduced in the mnr ket. Samples can be wen and examined at Oi south' Fifth avenue. New York. <tAC\Ci wii'l secure HALF INTEREST in A qptv/" well established bu'dness that will par that ?mount monthly; have more than on* can do. Address H.. Herald office. diftfwv WILL SECURE A HALF INTEREST I.N a 9pvu food business?Established ism; large profits! selling on account of stoknoas. Particulars at moody ? GO'S, 183 Broadway. ?nnn ?state and county rights for ,wv, sate, of an article recently patented, and which commands a ready sale ; proiits large and no coin petition ;a good chance for smart, active men with mod erate capital. Address A. B. r., Herald office. <j>7 cail -A PARTNER WANTED. TO JOIN AD ?P i vertlscr in a snfe and profitable business already established; reference required. For interview address A. J., box 179 Herald office. <1:11 atin t0 ?a?."*'-wa.nt.;d. a partner, >Plil ilfhu with this amount, to extend p business established for to years: now in successful operation. Address, for particulars, w. L. !>., Herald office. kv em A\l? EAR*. ~~~ ARTIFICIAL HUMAN EYRS.?T. J. DAVIS, uf. ?renter and only maker of Ids improved arniciil Human Eye, acknowledge ! by the faculty to bo til? only correct imi'ation of nature In the world. 127 k:nt Fifteenth street, between Third an i Fourth awnim. jbufhln?< At B. hintz'S, NEW STORK. 248 THIRD AVENUE, between Twentieth and Twenty-first streets, ladles and gentlemen will be astonished at the prices I pay in oa-li for cast-oflr Clot him;, Carpets. jewrlrv; $10 to 9/5 !<.r silk dresses; coats, # t to f.1?; pants, 92 to $8. A note by post punctually uttended to by Mr. or Mrs. Minfz. in and out of the city. AT THE WBLL RRNOWNED E?tabm8hm8nt, 2w Seventh avenue?i have just received orders to the amount oi )7.\omi; I am fkerefore compentd to pay the fellowing prices:-For silk i>res-e?, $s to fsn- Coats, #5 to $2.); Pants, tl to 911; the highest prices paid tor Car nets. Please cull on or address Mr. or Mrs. kosenhmio, 24fi Seventh avenue. N. B.? Second house above Twen ty-fourth street. Af i. MISH's, 1w THIRD AVENUK-^ladfl? ANO gentlemen can receive the highest price lor Cast off Clothing and Carpets, by calling or addressing. Ladies attended to by Mrs. Misli. At H. ROSENTHAL'S, 2w THIRD AVBNUE, NEAR Nineteenth street, ladle* and gentlemen will obtain full value of Coat-off Clothing, Carpet*) ac.,bv culling or addressing. Ladles attended to by Mrs. Rosenthal. At j. anhalt's old establishment.its Seventh avoflue, large orders just received trom the West for Cast Off Clothing. Carpets and Jewel rv; guar anteed fo oav from 910 to 9hd tor Dresses; front <e7 to 925 for Coats; 9frto 98 tor Pants. Call on or address mr. or Mr*an ii ALT. . qqq broadway, NEAR THIRTEENTH STREET,? ouo H. HKRZ pays the highest price* for i allies' mid gentlemen s Wearing Apparel, Carpets, ac. I.adiea will bo waited on by Mrs. fler*. ' gfepwaf,. J A-MME. restell. physician -office no. I . East Fifty second street, first door from Fifth av. ysician. residsncb _? II* East Tenth street, nenr Third avenue, Am. maitriceau, m. D?OFFICE 12J lihurt* ? street, near Greenwich street. frank MM (i, ATE OF PRUSSIA.) conauitftuon ftn. Prlvftto office 161 bh-ocker ?!reet. Advicr p1re.-dr. AND MMK. DESPARI) PHY8I clans, ?1 hast Twenty-eighth street, near Fourth av. D"u orindlb, physicians.?kksi aenee 1m Went Twenty-sixth street, near Sixth at, Dr KING'S OLD establishkd PRIVATE offiok 14 A in ity street, one block west of Broadway. M MR. van BUSKIRK, PHYSICIAN?residence 154 East 28th at. between 3d and Lexington avenues.

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