Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 24, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 24, 1873 Page 2
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CITY RE Alt KSTATE FOB SALB. ^rjU"'" " Central. .A HEW FOUR STORY HIGH 8TOOP BROWN STONE ??Y House, on Thirty seventh street, Murray Hill, lor (?aie cheap: 20x50x1 uO: all improvements. Alio three Ery high stoop brick House, on Fllty-sixth street, near atngton aveune, at a bargain ; possession immediately. Call on or address JO UN CoAR, 152 East Thirty -seventh ptrcct. ? t?OR SAI.E-THB furniture AND LKASE OF TWO X adjoining flrat clasM tour Htorv lirowu stone Houses on Murray Hill, weat ot un>l near Fifth avenue; elegant'v furnished throughout; value of furniture complete $A).U00; rent ot liouMe*, $7,WW; weekly income $f?iM ; will ?ell togfther or separately ; might exchange in part. Ad dress box 4,7afl Post ottlce, New York. ? 4kA -A Ji AUG A IN?MURRAY FT ILL. Handitoiiie, hittli ceiling, three story ?brown atone House, auxbi'x-W; frescoed and in perfect or der; terms easy. fc. II. LUDLOW A CO., No. ? Pine street East Side. A REAL BARGAIN.?223 EAST FORTY-EIGHTH street, four story bigli stoop brown stone, uainted Md In first class order: prlca #14,5011; terms to suit. Ap Jly to L. MKNDKl.hU.Y76 Nassau street ARGAINS.?HOUR STORY BRICK STORE, ON First avenue, 20x46x74 for $11,750; tour story brick .otlse, with full lot. on Kighty-seventh street, only SI0.5U0; a 31 toot lot, on Forty-ftrst street, with two Yuiidings, sellable lor a earoeutcr, $14,000. 8. KKKIDKNKK Il A r()? 906 aud 9UHThird aveaue. XioR SAFE?HARLEM, east 1J0TH STREET?A J1 fine three story high stoop brown stone House and Xi.t, 19.3x45x100.11; new, all Improvements, with chande liers, Pier Glass, Oilcloths, Carpets and furniture, nil jew. for $17,600; terms easy. Addreas A. F. W , box 213 2Jcruld office. Sol 'Weat Side. A bulkhead AND WATER RIOTIT, WITH ONE Halt Block. 400x81.6, lor sale or to lease for a term ol years, running iruin Thirteenth avenue to West street. K. L. 1 11. T. BURN HAM, 009 Hudson street A SACRIFICE?LESS THAN #6,000 WILL BUT J\ the new two story high stoop House., 46 net deep, in -Harlem, on 131st street, tietween Seventh and Eighth ?venues; two parlors;Crolon; make an offer. Owner on y remise a. Avenue st. Nicholas.?entire front, i?jth and 190th streets; also lour Lots southwest coraer "41st street Fifth avenue, liMth ami tO.Hh streets, 11 ? W. West Eighty-fourth and EiKhty-tlfth streets, 25 ta; bargains. DALTON A CONNER, 12 Fine street. AFLOT OF TWELVE LOTS ON THE WEST IDE In vicinity of Reventy-seeond street and Riverside Park, lor sale at a great, bargain to a prompt purcbuser. M. A. J. LYNCH, 68 Cedar street A?FOR RALE, LOW, SMALL, THREE STORY AND ? basement Uou?e, in Filth ward, near ('anal street; ?II improvements ami in nice order; not much cash re SHired. Also small Lot and frame Building, near West roadway, soluble lor shop, < h> ao. JAM 1.8 FR1CE, 200 Hudson atreet For sale?on cakmink street, near varick, five story dotlTile brick tenement House, 2yx76x?*i, built two v curs; i en Is tor $3,600; price $31,000. Also on west Sixteenth street, near Eighth avenue, live story double brick tenement House, 25x45x50, built bv day's Work ; reuts for $2,350. price $20,000. German language ?poken. J01IN MoCLAVK, No. 1 Fine straet JTHE WELL KNOWN ROAD HOUSE, CORNER OF J. 110th street and sixth avenue, entrance ot Central Tark, lonnerly known as Luff's Hotel, is offered for sale. Particulars at T. Hl.ElsCHL'S Ileal Estate Agency, 230 Grand street, or at the hotel. djf; rciwi ?SALE AT A SACRIFICE; HOUR KCLL V/. Lots on noriheast corner of Ninth avenue ?ml 2U2d street, Dvkeiiian estate, on the line ol improve ments; $1,500 cash, OWNER, 429 West Sixteenth street. BROOKLYN PKOPFJITY FOR SALE . AMI TO LET. 'JJERALD branch OFFICE?BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OIIII branch OFFICE, IN THE LONG ISLAND savings BANK building, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND boerum ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON sunday FROM 3 TO 9 P. M. carriers AND AGENTS* DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. TO LET?A SPLENDID DWELLING HOUSE. WITH ?II modern improvement < (13 rooms), 19!) Rats street, Xrookiyu. K. D. dM KA8Y TERMS?KOB ONE OF FOUR new two story frame basement and sub cellar Houses; 9 rooms. hay window; water, gas, range, ?heater; water closet and sower connection, cars to all ;tlie frrnes; wltbm "uu icet anil live minutes' wain to Prospect Park.; location tlrpt class. Inquire on the prem ises, Thirteenth street, between Fifth aud Sixth avenues, Brooklyn. \VKSTCUKNTKIl (OINTY PROPERTY FOR SAI,E .VM) TO RENT. A?WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR ? sale. Several new Cottager and Villas, with plots 50x100, or fcy the acre, lor sale at I<ar.)itnont Msnor, on the Sound, two milus troin New Roctiello. This magnificent prop erty, consisting ol 2HK ai res, wiUi a water front oi two Xinles. Is beautifully laid out as a private park and in tended exclusively for geutleincu's private residences. Jt is thoroughly drained aud each house supplied with "water from a private reservoir especially erected for the Use of residents. There will tie II miles ol drives through the estate. Eight ai res. fronting on the water, have been Reserved for a park ami have been deeded for the use of resident*. An elegant depot has lieen creeled on the Jfcew Uavcn Itailroad, count cthig by a private horse rail Soad, one mile in length, running through the property o the water. This enables eaen- resident to reach hts jbouse without being dependent upon carriages. A uum fcer of elegant villas have been erected by prominent Jew Yorkers and many more arc now near completion. This is the most magnificent location in the State ot New York, and desirable parties are Invited to inspect the property and villas now tor sale. Photographs mav t? fern and particulars given by applying to SILAS C. 11ER XINO, J'.so., corner Murray street and Broadway; E. TilALON, Esq.. 517 Broadway, or WM. L. BARKER, Xsq., at Larchmont Manor. A?POKT MORKIS, NORTH NEW YORK, MORRIS ? ania. West Farms and other portions of Westcbcs tcr county; Properties r>t all sizes tor sale, including Borne very choice investments. F. Q. k V. BROWN. 90 Broadway. AN ELEOAN r LITTLE PLACE. FOUR ACRES, NEAR Tarrytown; house furnished; 13 rooms, piano, bil liard table. Ac.; rent $900 for season ; Dobbs' terry, One place, w ater trout; $2,000 tor season. W. POOLEY, 220 Fifth avenue. AT NEW ROCHKLLE. WESTCHESTER COUNTY.? Furnished Cottage to let: three acres of lawn; gar den. Ac., beautifully located; near the water; rent, 91.000 per annum, part in Board, If preferred. Apply to or address Mrs. DOTY, 63 Irving place. ^ TO LET-FURNISHED HOUSE AT YON KERB ; A fine residence; 13 rooms; excellent location ; elyht tninutes from depot; good garden; plenty ol fruit; lot 100x300; carriage house 22x48; well fitted up; rent per month t-'"> to a small family. For particulars address WM. H. THORNE, 5H White sU-eeL THE BROADWAY HOUSE, KITE MINUTES' WALK from the Kingsbridge depot: stable with six stalls; ftls'i good water on the premises. Inquire of P. W. SMITH, Klngsliridge. TO LET?TWO HOUSES, FREHOH STYLE; ONE famished, perfect gems: replete with all modern conveniences; 11 rooms; <0 minutes ftom City Hall; 5 minutes troni boat and cars; location unsurpassed ; high ground. Apply to Mr. U KBBERD, 29 East Fourteenth st. TO LET. PARTIALI.Y FURNISHED?A SNUO COT tage, 10 rooms; delightfully located on the Hudson at Spuyten Duyvli; carriage house, acre ol ground; 9660; till May next. Apply to A. JOL'RNEAY, 61 Lispeu Bxd street VBB8IT CITY, IIOBOKICN, HUDSON CITY ANI> BEBtiKN HKAL HSTATE. m For Stale, OR SALE?AT A SACRIFTCR. A NEW PIUCK House, two story and basement, (lr-t class an i i'uod locality. In llohokcn. Apply to CHARLES CLINTON, 15 jBudsuii street, Uobokcn, ft. J. To I<ft ??r I,case. GROCERY.-TO LET, A STORE, WITH HOUSE, seven rooms: the best St.-?nd in the city; rent low. Apply ate. I.IJX ION'S i.aud office, corner ol Palisade ?venue and Congress street, Jersey t'ity Heights. O LET-SEVH RAI. Ill SI KAHLE CoTTaWK HOUSES, with modern Improvements and extra ground, I laasantly located on Bergen Heights, 20 minutes from le city, rents low io can lul tenants. Apply to APPLE- ' Y A RELME, 133 Water street f T IpO LET?AT BEROEN POINT, A Fl. RNISIIEI> J House, containing 11 room*; 10 minute* to central Depot, five to boat; refit moderate. Call at 31 West Thir pcth street PBOPKRTT OUT OK TH1 ( ITY FOR KALE OR TO RK,\T. A* 5YACK COTTAGB (TEN ROOMS) FOR SALE OR to lets partly furnished if desired; elegant fruit; Eood shade , convenient by boat or curs. Inquire of J. V. INDERDONK, Nyack. N. Y. A LL WANTING FARMS.?FOR SALE TO FARM KKS, pA gardeners and larin laborers from the Old Country? <lood Farm Und?, virgin soil, at *25 per acre, on six years'credit The soil is a good, productive loatn, near l)ie great markets ot New York and Philadelphia, bv rail road, where trow 'M to <0 acres constitute a good farm, when partly planted to truit From this locality a greater quantity and variety of Iruit Is sent to piarkut tiuin from any other place of equal area In the lmted States. It Is in the midst of a thriving Community, with good road-, stores, schools and ?lianulaetorie*. Female mi rubers of families and others " ail procure good work at straw sewing, shoe work, but ?i" making, clothing wi.rk and other branches. Many ngllsh, Irish and Scotch farmers have settled and are rofpjrous. Numbers of gardenen from the vicinity of New York ate locating. Farming Is more profitable than J'1 markets. Apply to JOHNB. rAOB, 1(12 I ark place, two doors from w est street. New [ork. Papers containing lull information will be sent '?i of charge. 'A TTRAOTIVB HOME. ONE HOUR IN JER.SEY, AT m\. depot; high, healthy, aristocratic surroundings, Kixidern hous?, 15 fooins i>U/uut, cupola, conservatory feliandelh'ra, lawn, large tree* and ihrubbery, three kcres, UOiruit "rees,garden: 11.1,000. FKROUSOK, 161 Broadway^ ?? FIRST CLASS FARM OF 75 ACRES, WITH EXTRA ttv fine buildimrs, in New Jersey, one mile from depot Ith some cash, to exchange tor lightly encumbered city ? nearby property. Address C. L. B., box 3,;i94 Post flloe. T BAYONNE. N. J., 25 MINUTES FROM NEW _ l York?1 wo Houses, containing all the modern Im provement*. beautifully situated ; rent $A5t). JOHN L. LINDSAY, 189 Greenwich street, N Y. FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT POR THE SUM tiier.? One hour from the city, on the Eric Railroad, tree minutes irotn the station ; no ague , no u>osqultoes; unfains 12 largo rooms with a vegetable garden and >uit trees; use of cow included : possession given at an larlydav. Inquire ot F. W. Vf AONER, room 40, UK) Nas pii?*i.ll?iw York. PROPERTY OUT OF THK CITY FOR H\JLE OH TO BBBT. A country beat-2K MI LBS NORTH OP NEW burg; 14 acre*; outbuildings in romplete order; fine ground*, siiaite and abuudanoe ?l fruit Address MAPLE HILL, box 357 Newburg Posl oW- e. i N ELEGANT COUNTRY skat IN ELIZABETH FOB J\ sale or exchange 'or city or Kiugsbridgc property. Price $30,000. GEO. o. titus, Owner, 19 Nassau street. New York. T PLAINFIELD, N. J.?23 ACRES ON park AVE nue; fcosily improvements each side and opposite; bargain to prompt cash buyer; no exchange. Address NELSON BUN YON, Plainfleld, N. J., or W.. bo* 4.4U& Post office, New York. At stamford, conn.-onb of the most beau tliul or Stamlord Country KPats, everything com plete, vrlce >30.1100; others at all prices; placed at every station on the ?New llaven Hallroad tor aale and to lat; to-day an elegant village Residence, fully iun>l*hed, water and gas. lor the season. at $500; also a heautiiul Farm of 22 acres, new buildings, truit, Ac., five minutes from station, price $fl,ill)0, hall cash. (Ml AS. W ward WliLL^SSO liroadway, corner Twenty-third street. ABKAl'TIKUL LITTLE FIFTY ACRE FARM IN Herkimer county?New house, nice young team horses, harness, wa^on anil tools, all sacrificed tor $1,350. Call immediately at 2 V East Thirtieth street. A -OREAT BARGAIN?FARM fiS ACRES, AI.L UN ? der cultiva'lon, within do miles ol' New York and 1 nnle from station, good stone Hoiic; 7 rooms; large barn. Spring house, hog house, smoke house, wood house, hen nery, Ac ; fine stream running through property; price t6,i?X>; terms JH.ntill cash; balance $400 yearly. Address 'ElESPN A BT1LLMAN, Bast Stroudsburg, Pa. AFAKM OF 80 ACRES FOB SALE-IN BOOK LAND county, one mile trom the village of Spring Valley and about 3D miles from New York, the place Is under u good state ol c-iltivation, has plenty ot Ituit and a run ning stream of water on It, and must be seen to lie appre ciated : price about $12,00(1 For particulars inquire at 120 West Twenty-sixth street. New York. IjM-EOANT VILLA?ACRE LAND; hiohest STATE 'J of improvement: healthy location; flue view; 10 niinuies trom terry, S la ten bland . $6,000; terms to suit. DAJiltlN, 80 Broad street IjiLEtiANT RESIDENCE, 40X70, ALL modern IM J provements, extensive stabloa, 11 acres, plenty fruit, pertect order, 10 minutes trom lerry; $1R,9i*i, worth $.30,000; terms easy. PA-BBIN, flP Broad street I factories AND resident PBOPKRTIKS FOR 1 sale, Patersotu N. J, Steady water powers. Cheap coaL Low treighta. Skilled labor. One hoar from New York. Canal, four railroads, 100 daily trains. J. FISHER BATTKRTUWAJTE, 10 Pine street. IfOR 8ALE.?ONK LARUE, TWO STORY, WELL built and handsome dwelling house. containing f>arlor, drawing room, library, dining ruom, kltchcn and aundry on first floor. Five double and three Mingle lied rooms and sewing room, on second floor. First story eleven leet high and second story ten test, high, both corniced throughout, with liandsotnA centre pieces. Two bed rooms and large store room on third ttoor. 't wo bay windows on first floor. Hall 12 feet wide, with costly tile floor, runs through the House. Ample closet rooms throughout the house. Dry wood, milk nnd coal collars separate?stairs shut off; hot and cold water arrangements complete; heated bv furnace and open fire places, with marble mantels iu nearly every room, making it a comfortable Winter resilience; Cistern? tillered water, ample even in dry times, stable and carriage house, green uud ice houses. Imposing gateway and entrance, carriage drives in excellent order. Beautiful spring ot water near the house. Choice variety 01 evergreens well laid out. Kiiteen or twenty acres of land to suit purchaser. Ten liinmles' Walk Irom Hudson Kivcr Kail ltoad depot, one mile from the large and flourishing village of Wnppingcrn Kalis; location tiiisur passed. Rarely a property with such advamages offered for sale. Applv to ANDREW .JACKSON or JAMES MARLOR, Wapptngers Fall*, N. v. "L^OIt 8ALB?IN SAI} IIARBOR, L. I., A BEAUTI V tuily fitted up sea side Residence, having all the modern improvements; house 32x40 leet, with two wings; grounds 2tiux:i75 leet, with tine garden, stable, granary, Ac.; daily communication by boat or rail; property will be sold chcap. Apply to 11ENRY T. RICHAKDSOfC, 231 Water street. New York. IpOR SALE OR TO LKT, FURNISHED?A VILLA ON 1 the east bank ot the Hudson; 15 rooms; modern im provements, turuace, hot and cold water, large tiled hall, hard wood floors and maQteUk decorated ceilings, piazzas and bay window; ground high, river view from near NewhurgUWhe Catskills; abundant fruit conservatory, cold grapery, and lodge'; land diversified with shrubbery, terraces, lawn, tine shade trees and evergreens; well drained and perfectly healthy ; one mile from depot aa'd sixty miles trom New York ; six trains a day each way. Apply to TAYLOR A STfcARN.S, l)f fine street For sale?a first class two story and French roof new House, with bathroom, butler's pantry, hot and cold water gas and luruaco; located in the very best part of Flushing, only five minutes trom depot; terms to suit. Apply to SA WARD A LB A V ITT, 54 Wull street For sale-one or the finest country Homes on the Hudson River: splendid views of the Catskiils; new large house, cottage, buildings, uock and 3,two fruit trees; in complete order: HI) acres; all unen cumbered. Address 0., box No. 9 Post ifllce, Tivoli, or apply to M. T. WOOLLEY, No. '<S Pine street room 11). 1,1011 SALE?AT RICHMOND HILL. LONO ISLAND, 1 on Southside Railroad, only St) minutes (7 miles) trom ferry, a number and variety ot neat Dwellings; also l?ots and lieautitul Vilia Sites; place high, well drained, healthy and restricted against nuisances. Applv to J. W. FIELDER, 231 Broadway, room 13; R. R. HAZARD, DO Broadway, or O. It. FOWLKK, on th" premises. FiHIR SALE, IN GREENWICH. CONN.?A FINE PRI vatc residence, containing ten rooms, with ab*ut two acres ot ground, situated on and having a fine view of Long Island Sound, handsomely laid out In flower and kitchen garden ; fruit of all kinds in abundance, consist ing of the very best varieties ot strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, cherries, currants, gooseberries, plums, granes (H varieties), pears (II varieties), and a One apple orchard. In lull bearing; a never falling well ol pure water within ten feet of the kitchen door, and a running brook through the centre of the lot; one hour trom New York by New Haven Railroad, three minui s' walk from the depot, and but half a mile trom steamboat landing. Excellent bathing and fishing. Furniture will tie sold with the house it desired. Apply to 11. U. HUELaT, 83 South street. For sale?a superior residence, on the corner of Fainnount and William streets, in the city of Norwich, Conn.; stone Dwelling, 51x44, with L, 20x15; two story; about two acres of land; the location is de lightful and on the high bank of the River Thames, As a private residence this is a superior spot; shade, fruit and shrubbery in abundance. Address R. J. FINLEY, Norwich, Conn. FOR SALE?A liOT, IN WOODLAWN CEMETERY, frosting on Catulpa avenue. Inquire of CABLE LOUNSBLEY A CO., Nassau street IpOR SALE?AT A OREAT SACRIFICE, OR TO RENT, desirably located Country Residence, 8 minutes from Vanderhilt Landing, Staten Island, fronting on the Bay; large French roof house, 16 rooms; fruit and shade. 8. IRELAND. 201 Broadway. For sale-to be built on this season, lot 50x150, ocean front, on beach, at Shark River; price and terms very easy; location elegant; 60 houses going up this year. Address REACH, Uerald office. For sale-at darien, conn., a ciiarmino Place of about three acres; large and well divided house; good barn and outbuildings; fruit, garden; short di-tanoe from the Sound; good fishing, floating and bathing. JAMES PRICE,2.JO Hudson street I|lOR saLe?at kinoston, n. j., an excellent 1 Place of 2o acres; good hotiae and outbuildings; choice fruit, shade; near depot; price 16,000; Stock and Agricultural Implements, complete, for $600. James price, 200 Hudson street For sale-at plainfirld, n j.. a very fine and large House, near depot, with about X of an acre of laud, laid out in garden and lawn ; house new, built in the best manner ana with all the modern improvements found In any city house ; terms easy. Apply to TAYLOtt A STEARNS, No. iPine street. TJtOR SALE-AT A BAROAIN, ON THE SOUTH HIDE r Railroad of Long Island, 28 miles from city, 630 Acres; handsome station in centre of property: or would sell third interest WHITE, owner, 105 John street fX)R SALE OR TO LET-RECENTLY BUILT, A double two story House, 35 feet by 28 feet, with 11 feet extension, piazzas and liow window ; with Lot, contain ing five acres, good orchard and ornninental trees; lo caled in Upper Aquebogue, near schoolhouse: terms moderate. Address 11. M. REEVE, box 99 Riverhcad, Long Island, N. Y. I^OR SALE OR TO LET?COMPLETELY FURNISHED, handsome lioui-e. 12 rooms; modern conveniences: 35 minutes from New York ; five minutes from railroad staiion; grounds 100x300, beautifully ornamented; excel lent garden, planted: splendid pi.uua. fine shade, Ac. Address or apply to JAMES it. A L. HAY, corner Belle ville and Fourth avenues. Newark, N. J. T.10R SALE OR TO LBASP.-CIIBAP, THE PARRY r House, at Highland Falls, N. Y , on the Hudson; IK miles irom West Point: 7" sleeping rooms, ('all and exaintue, or address WILLET PARRY, Highland Falls, N. Y. |7U)R RENT-AT ORANOE, N J? A FURNISHED 1 House, with stable and nil conveniences lor a gen tleman's residence; grounds very hadsomely laid out For particulars address box 1/-H4 IVst ottlce. New York. FM'RNISHK.Il llOt-SE AT A NOMINAL, RENT. TO A good tenant to take cars of property for the Sum mer. in the country, half an hour ftom New York: six lots ot ground ; all modern Improvements; very high airy locution. C. II. OLIVER. No 1 Park plaea. / i EKKNWIi'M.-ELEOANT VILLA RESIDENCE, VT tully furnished ; 30 rooms, replete with modern can veiilcnccs; overlooking Sound : will exchange far city or Brmiklynproiierty. Address J. W. ATWATER, River side station, Conn. Homes in new jersey.?houses, farms and Lots for sale, rent or exchange , property iu Eliza beth and Linden a specialty. *'? T. WARREN, lfi'j Broadway, room 11. IS CORNWALL, N. y?-FARM8, SUMMER REST dences for sale or to 1st Address C. KETCH am Moiirilainvllle (N. Y.) Post ottlce. LHONQ BRANCH AND VICINITY.?BANKERS AND brokers should exaininn the CotUge Plots which we offer for sale, situated ut l.ong Branch, on the sea front and in close proximity to the residence of Messrs. Jay Could, Charles J. Osbom, ex-Senator haves. Senator Cattell and Secretary Robeson; the plots contain from one-quarter to two acros of land each and varv in price from $500to tNOUOeach ; all facing the sea, with frontage on Ocean aveuue. Full particulars from the agents. F. & A D. BROWN, 90 Broadway. T ONO BRANCH.?FOR SALE, TWO PLOTS OF 1>< J J acres each, finely located, near Ocean avenue; price and terms moderate. _ JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street. 1 ONO BRANCn.-TO LET. A COMPLETELY FUR 1 J nislied Cottage, close to the ocean and convenient to depot with stable; price reasonable to good tenant Inquire of II. KINO, 8(1 Chambers street MORR1STOWN (N. J.) COTTAOES AND COUNTRY Seats to rent furnished or unfurnished, for Sum mer or year. Morrlstown office two doors from Post offtea. J. HENRY JOHNSON, 148 Broadway. NYACE, ON HUDSON.-FURNISHED COTTAOE TO I't, tor season or year, with barn, acre of ground tastefully lsld out; lawn, gravlled walks, shade, choice fruit cbsKjniug views. Addu at store u Eaat Broadway. PROPERTY OUT OP THE CITY FOR ... SALE ASD TO RENT. _ NBW BRIGHTON. 8. l.-PURNISHED AND URFUR nishe.l Houses 011 the terraces; rents cheap; soma with billiard ruoin; stables, extensive grounds; unsur paimed locations. w. A. COLLINS, 28 Pine street_ Neat little farm-only 92SO; cottaob. 9 rooms; good outbuildings; 30 acres; high, healthful; 1X hours from New York. O.H. OLIVER, No. 1 Park place. ORANGE, N. J.?TO RENT, FULLY FURNISHED, for the season or year, at reasonable price", several desirable Residences. Apply to HAMILTON A WALLid, 30 Pine street Orange ami vicinity a specialty. ORANGE MOUNTAIN, N. J.?ABSOLUTE FREEDOM from malaria and all typhoid disease*: 600 feet above tl<lc water; a good place for men who love their children; five first class Houses lor sale, ready for occupancy. B. F. SMALL, 98 Liberty street. STAMFORD. COHN.?FOR SALE, A COUNTRY RE8I dcnce, with Sacres ot land, line dwelling and outbuild ings: choice variety of fruit, shade and ornamental trees: having all the arrangements of a first class house and country seat: nice surroundings; 10 minutes' walk from depot; on a beautiful elevation, commanding extensive views of Long Island Sound; terms easy. 8. IRKl,ANI', 201 Broadway. SEVERAL FURNISHED HOUSE"* FOR RENT AT Metuchen, N. J.; one hour from New York.?One lor $75 per month, one ibr $100; choice Place, large house, plenty fruit and shade. iy acres: good stable, close to depot. CAMPBELL A PIBRSON, ]i4 Park place. SUMMER RESIDENCE TO RENT?FULLY FUR iilshed. at Lenox, Berkshire county, Mass.; a delight ful house, in perfect order, newly papered and carpeted, and has piuz. as trout and rear; suitable lor a private family wishing to gain the benefits of a Summer r< sl denre in that delighttul climate. There is a good stable near the house. The rent will be very low to a desirable tenant Address by letter or in person, K. W LORING, 128 stats street, Boston, or E. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 l'lnc street. New York. THERE 8TORY BASEMENT HRICK, WITH 1M. provements, 18x40x66, west side, below Kilty-third street; healthy, pleasant location: price $6,500; small amount down. Four pleasant Itoomit. $2tt monthly, in Treadwell's cottage, G35 West FItty-socoud street Apply as above. TO LET?ON THE EAST BANK OF THE HUDSON, near New Hamburgh, the finest Country Scat on the river; the brick mansion 1*66x65, contains all the modern Improvements and Is elegantly furnished; coachhouse, greenhouses, hot and cold graperies, Icehouse and loige at entrance; all in perfect order; the grounds present the appearance of an English park, with splendid roads; rent lor season, $3,0Jtl RICHARD V. HARNETT, 111 Broadway, room F, basement TO LET?8EVEN MILES FROM PAVONIA FERRY, A House, containing 13 rooms; one acre of garden, with fruit, carriage house, Ac.; rent low. Apply to J. A. IIU.SON, Fifteenth anil I'rovost streets. Jersey City. TO LET AT SARATOGA SPRINGS, FOR THE SKA son?Several tarnished Houses, various sizes, at rea sonable rents. Apply immediately at the REAL. ESTATE EXCHANGE, 902 Broadway, corner of Duane street TO I.ET-AT YON KERB, CHEAP, ON NORTH BROAD* way, House, carriage house, barn, lee boose, filled; five acroi, ??T>ear trees nnu other fruit, all for *800. Apply to THOMAS H. COLLINS, Yonkers. TO LET?AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE, OVERLOOKING the Hudson on the Palisades, at Hull's Ferrv: about 4 acres, nice dwellings, with outbuildings; grounds hand somely laid out; plenty of Irult; 30 minutes Iroin Spring strcot by boat. Steam and horse curs convenient. W. li ALLEN, No. ft line street J. R. OIUIIAM, 176 Centre street TO LET?AT WKSTFIELI), N. J., ON CENTRAL RAIL road, 5.1 minutes lrom city, nice two story House, II rooms, in complete order; immediate possession; price, $40 per month. K1KKR, HESSE A CO., No. 5 Pine street. rpo LET?A SUMMER RESIDERCE, Willi PLENTY I of ground, 30 miles from New York by the Northern and llttcketisnck Railroad; also one tour story brown stone House in this city, lu Forty fourth street, near Lex ington avenue. Apply to A. L. CARRILLO, 828 Broadway. TO LET?TWO HOUSES IN THE SECOND WARD, city of Rayonne, N.J.; one with 15 rooms and all modern Improvements; abundance of truiton the prem ises; reiit,$7IH); the other has 5 rooms, handsomely fur nished, with abundance of fruit; price, $5U0. inquire of JAMES llOLLSTON, 144 Liberty street N. Y. 4 TO LET?AT BERGEN POINT, N. J.. A BEAUTF fully situated, completely furnished gentleman's Residence: grounds hundsotnely improved; irult and ornamental trees, grapes and berries: garden planted; Immediate possession. Address box 6.107 Post oflicc, New York. rpo LET FURNISHED?A LAROE HOUSE, WITH 1 grounds, stable, Ac., on the hanks of the l'assaic, near Belleville, five minutes'walk from the depot; rent $HU0. Inquire at 164 West Thirty-fourth street TO RENT?FURNISHED, AT OrtAK TK VALLEY, near station (Clarlilon place), a desirable Cottage of 12 rooms; stable on premises; rent $I,NW. Applv to AL MET SKEKL. 107 Water street TO RENT?FOR THE SEASON OR YEAR, UNFUR nlshed cosey Cottage, containing 6 rooms, besides pan tries and storerooms; convenient to Oreat South Ray and two miles east of Bellport; pleasant drives; good fishing and shooting. For further particulars anply to or address MORTON B. SMITH, 178 Pearl street TO RENT?AT COLD8PRINO, ON THE HUDSON, adjoining Undercut!, the country seat of the late Geo. P. Morris, a Cottage; ten rooms, completely furnished; superb view of the river from the bouse; three acres of Sarden nude rounds; stable atul hen houses: icehouse lied; abundant fruit Apples, pears, plums, grapes anil small fruit In quantity; less than half mile lrom station and boat landing. Apply to F. P. JAMES A CO., 40 Wall street TO HOTEL COMPANIES, BOATING CLUBS, AC.?THE well-known island ol Isola Bella is offered tor sale on advantageous terms. Address BAYARD C1.ARKE, Jr., .17 Pine street care of J. H. Woods, Esq. nnn WILL BUY a FARM HOU8E, 7 BOOMS, qpU.tJl/l/ 8 Lots, plenty of Ituit; 20 minutes from New York ; N. J. C. R. R.; terms easy; possession imme diately; Greenville, II. C. A. J. VAN HORN, 78 Broad way, De Forest A Co. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. A FINE BROWN STONE HOUSE ON FORTY-FIFTH street, $16,500, for $3,500 cash and ? Countrv Place. Principals call on or genii to R. E. B., 838 Sixth avenue. At yonkers-a large handsome iiodse, in an elegant location, for sale, exchange or to rent cheap. Address OWNER, box 136 Herald office, tor one week. A TRACT OK 40 ACRES?IN BEST PART OF STAM ford; price $10,000, half cash, or woo Id exchange for a Printing Office. chas. W. WARDWELL, 956 Broadway, corner Twenty-third street. Builders and lumbermen?a laroe tract of Timber, convenient to New York, with splendid mill and considerable lumber ready for market; will take mortgages or other property In exchange. . DOTY, 23 Union square. CASH AND DWELLING TO EXCHANGE FOR CITY Proportv.?A new and superior built House, with over an acre ot beautitui lawn, delightfully situated at Eliza beth. N. J., together with a few thousand dollars in cash, will be given tor a fair equity in a good Dwelling, eligi bly situated In the upper part of this city. Address, giv ing lull description and price, Mr. W., at office of Charter Oak Lite Insurance Company. 101 Broadway. FOR sale OR EXCIIANGB?A beautiful estate, of fid acres, tit tor laving out in building plots at once. 23miles troin city, via Erie Railroad; Midland Railroad cuts through the property and the re Is a depot thereon; splendid woollen mill with good water power on the property will take city property and cash : fine chanco for liullders and capitalists. DEMAREST k WHITLOCK, No. 1>4 Park place. For sale or exchange?good farm of 34 acres, $6,000; one of 83; fllne I'lace, large new house, l>i miles to depot, $12,000; one Place of live acres, $8,800, with good Improvements', Metuchen, N. J. Send for our journal. CAMPBELL * PIERSON, IX Park place. For sale or exchange for land?near new York citv, a valuable Water Power in Connecticut, with buildings. J. O. BISHOP, 208 State street, Boston. I UMBER FOR SALE-CASH mortgages OR J dwellings; 2,000,000 feet, chiefly Joist; also Lumber Property In Herkimer county, clear; will exchange for property. partridge, 129 Broad street TO EXCHANGE?IMPROVED PIECE OF WESTERN Property, worth $5,00n cash, for Merchandise suitable for a country store. Address G. W., Herald office. "TTIRGINIA.?FOR SALE, ON EASY TERMS, 313 v acres grain and sheep Farm, near Washington city, or exchange for city. Jersey property, or securities. THEODORE HENRY, Jefferson Market. I IT ANTE H? A MARYLAND OR VIRGINIA PLANTA tt tlon (water front preferred), in exchange for fltio Country Seat; one hour irom city. Address with par ticulars, OWNER, box 6,131 Post office. ~\\T ANTED?A FARM IN FREDERICK COUNTY, TT Maryland, or near Baltimore. In exchange for a House on Cleremont avenue, near Fulton, Brooklyn. MARTIN DUNN, 201 Broadway, New York. WANTED To EXCHANGE?A SPLENDID FARM OF TV 115 acrce, in Iowa, near to the State capital, for a small Resilience Ptopcrtv, anywhere Irom 10 to SO miles from New York. Andrei* OWNER, box 3,047 Now York Post office. RKAL KHTATK WANTED. A PLOT OF LOTS, EAST OR WEST OF THE GRAND Boulevard.?Full particulars. Including price and terms, must be given. Address INVESTMENT, Herald oflke. A BOUSE IN BROOKLYN, NEAR FORT GREENE, wanted; for cash, 22x80x100; blown stone front; good neighborhood; price, $14,0J0. Address box 3,910 Post office. 117ANTED-A SMALL CITY PROPtRTY (IN FEE OR TT leasehold , together with from $6,WW tft $10,000 in cash, In exchange tor an Improved four story residence, near FltUi avenue, worth $30,1)00; rented lor $2,300 (secured*; equilv *20,600. M. r. WOOLLBT, No. 8X Pine street, room la MIHCKLLANEO^ A JUDICIOUS BIRTHDAY PRESKNT FOB GENTLE men who smoke is. undoubtedly, a genuine Meer srhauni Pipe or t'igar Holder. WarrAited and sold at the lowest manufacturer's prices at POMjAK'8 new uptown depot, 1,109 Broadway, near the Hstlman House. Re pairing In all its branches. Boiling 9 PARMLY, MANUFACTURER Of GENTS' DRESS Hats Summer cassimeres now ready. 201 Sixth avenue .opposite Macy's. The orf.at remedies po| consumption, wasting and Indigestion are BaVORY A MOORK S Pancreatic Emulsion and Pancreatine. Medical men who have made It a special #udy testify fnat life is prolonged in a remarkable manner, appetite, strength and weight increased, dltfstlon greatly pro moted, nourishment imparted and tie ireneral condition ot the tioiiy improved, l>y their use. rrlcc trom 2s. to 21s. SAVORY A Mooke (chemists to theUueen, H. R. H. the Prince of Wales, lit* Highness the Khedive of Egypt, Ac.). 14.1 New Bond street, LondoiL and all cheuiisis. Note.?Nauie and trade mark on eadi bottle. Try the domf.btic kitchen soap-it beats the world. Manufactured by HHERMAN, 22. 24 and 2# Fulton street. New York. The wotd "Doiucatic'' Uour trade mark. BUSINESS opportunities.

?Capital secured fob incorporated 'chants, Investmeo i? In lance ANDKK, i .WW'f'. ??rohwli, manufacturers: persons wllDMpltildMiflni investments informed of desirable opP"rVin"i**i our acquaintances throuxhuut the country f. . Jveirwnuei A'-KXANLditt, FRUTlilNGHAM A COM PANY. 112 Broadway. A" ?5F,?5?1IP.SH8rNBS8,l(AM. WITH * CAPITAL of $A,0U0 to tlS,UUO, wanted to open first class offices in Alcany. Brooklyn and Jersey City; trade already es tablished ; inducements unprecedented. "VICTOB" SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, 04 Baat Tenth street An energetic young man wishes to enoaok in some well established business; brokerage or commission preferred ; will Invest $5,000 If property se cured. Apply to JOHN I. B BO WEB A SON, 288 Ureen wlch street. New York. A PARTNER WANTED IN A WELL PAYING WHOLE sale business, who can put in at once a cash capital of $1U,0U0. Address A., bo* IUU Herald office. AHALK INTEREST IN THE ADVERTISING DE partment of a popular monthly will be given to * flrst class business inun ol good aiidress, who will give his whole fiuie to the work, anil assume entire charge. 51 Liberty street, room 12. ? A PARTY WITH CAPITAL WISHES TO BUY OUT or go in partnersnip in the retail grocery business (citv or country); knows the business. Call on or ad dress, lor three days, HENRY MOOR, Nos. 6 aad 7 Dey street, room 20. AYOUNO MAN WANTED-IN AN ESTABLISHED real estate and loan business; must be active, reli able ami have a knowledge of the business. Address, with references, box S.423 Post office. A PERSON WITH SMAI.L CAPITAL ($4,000). CAN procure a long-established, well paving manufactur ing business; articles staple, profits large, sa'es cash; thorough investigation granted bcloro purchasing. Ad dress MANUFACTURER, Herald oltlce. C1APITAL OFFERED FOR INVESTMENT IN A PERI J odlcal or Newspaper ?Name and describe publica tion, aud amount required, to NAME, Herald office. (1ROOERY BUSINESS, ON A LEADING TIIOROUGH J tare aud with first class trade, for sale; well as sorted stock; best of fixtures aud everything requisite for the business; or would leave capital with anyone who will purchase Jin interest und conduct business. Apply to GRIGGS, OfcBLBTON A CO., 9i Broadway. Milk ROUTE 8BLLB loo QUARTS, fok $4.10 if sold by Tuesday; two first class Bakeries in Brook lyn ; Bar und Restaurant on Broadway ; partner wanted with $U>U lor established business. BOBERTS A CO., 79 Nassau street PARTNER WANTED?WITH $300, IN A FINE COR ner liquor store and restaurant: well fined up, well stockcd and furnished; rooms to live in; tne owner going to Europe for three months. Call on or address hUTTON, Ml Eleventh avenue. New York. STATE RIGHTS IN THE BEST PAYING INVENTION of the age; used by everybody and supplies a special want We request thorough investigation. Model at 162 Broadway, room 9. w ANTED IN CHICAGO. An active or special Partner, with $30,000 to $30,000. to take it half interest in an old and well established Jewelry House, doing a profitable business. To a party with the above amount of capital this presents a rare opportunity to step into a busine<s ready made, well or f anixed, and at once pleasant, sate und sure to pay a landsome return upon the investment. We shall be pleased to answer inquiries from parties who have the cash, and who address ns with suitable references. Ad dress WRE.NN A BREWSTER, Bankers, % Washington street, Chicago. WANTED-A PARTNER WITH CAPITAL, IN THE manufacture of patent fan attachments for rocking chairs and sewing machines; both attachments are re cently patented aud are not yet introduced In the mar ket Samples can be seen aud examiuod at 98 South Fitth avenue, New York. "IX/"ANTED?CAPITAL TO ENLARGE AN IRON PRnp. T? erty now producing $S0,U00 net per annum. Ad dress FUltNACES, Ileruld nfllce. WANTED?A PARTNER, SILENT OR ACTIVE IN A pleasant, highly paying business; dry goods con cern, already established ana owned by letters patent; increase of business requiring larger capital. Address, and state where an interview may be had, M. U. D., box Ho Herald Pptown Branch oiiico. TIT"ANTED?A PARTNER. IN A GOOD PAYINO LI Tf quor store ; more business than one can attend to; references exchanged. Apply early at 16 Roosevelt st TIT ANTED?A GOOD MAN AS PARTNER IN ONE it of the best distilleries in the Seventeenth ward of Brooklyn; a good route, with horse, wagons, Ac., but over much for one man to atteud to. Address P. C. IL, Herald office. d>OC CAPITAL REfJuiRED.?ANY LADY OR OEN ?jp .ic I tleman living, in or out of the city, can establish themselves In a new respecta'lle money making busi ness and remain at home. M|e. STARDINGE, 28 East Forty-ninth street, corner Madison avenue, cottage house. dt?l nnn ?STATE AND COUNTY RIGHTS FOR iPliUUl/. sale, ot'an article recently patented, and which commands a ready sale ; profits large and no coin petition -.a good chance lor smart, active men with mod erate capital. Address A. B. 11., Herald office. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, &C. At betts' warerooms, 788 broadway, cor ner Tenth street new anil second hand Pianos and Organs, lor cash or instuliuciita, or to rent, 93 to $10 per month. A GREAT BARGAIN OK ELEGANT SECOND HAND Pianos at less iluin lia!t their value and good as new. at FISCHER'S, 425 West Twenty-eighth street, near Ninth avenue. A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD pianoforte FOR sale; made order, citr maker! used 6 months; fully fuaranteed; cost $300, for $279; Parlor, Cham tier, Dining 'iirnltuie, at a sacrifice; property family leaving city. 36 West 15th si., near 6th av. A BRILLIANT PARLOR COMPANION, FOUR round rosewood Pianoforte, cost $1,200; will sell for $350; Stool and Cover and Music Cabinet, Call this day at private residence 210 West 21st st, near 7th av. A FEW PIANOS OF OUR OWN MAKE, RETURNED from hire, nearlv new; at bargains lor cash, or on installments; the same to rent; ail 7X octaves, and In perfect order. ARIQN PIANOFORTE CO.. No. 8 East Fourteenth st A?FIFTY NF.W AND SECOND HAND PIANO . fortes, twenty staudard Organs, at a great sacri fice ; 7 octave Piano, pearl keys, carved legs, only $200. PEEK A SONS, 127 Bleecker street A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE BEFORE RE raoval to Fourteenth street?ttteinway's and other fine Pianos and Organs for cash, on instalment*, or rent; one $800 Piano for $2t>5, warranted. S. X. BALL A CO., 137 Eighth street, four doors cast from Broadway. AT PRIVATE RESIDENCE 10* EA8T TWENTY fifth street between Fourth and Lexington avenues. Magnificent rosewood double round 7)4 octave patent agraffe grand square Pianoforte, nearly new; cost $990, for $275; Stool, Cover; Parlor Suita, Paintings, Bronzes, Chamber, Library, Dining Furniture, less than half cost Properly of family leaving city. Pianoforte has box for shipping. AN ELABORATELY CARVED SOLID ROSEWOOD Piano; one of the largest in the world; cost $3,000 to build; price $500. Inquire of DANIEL CLEAKY, cor ner Bay and Orove streets, Jersey City. A" ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, 7 OCTAVE, FOUR round corners, carved case and less, overstrung bass, celebrated city maker, for $176, with StooL 243 East 30th street between 2d and 3d avenues. A BARGAIN.?$250 WILL PURCHASE A GENUINE Ohickering A Son's rosewood upright Pianoforte, carved legs. Iron frame; modern impiovements; original cost$600. 29Third street near Bowery. A7X OCTAVE celebrated ARION PATENT Piano; four round corners; richly carved legs; nearly new; can be bought for $275, with Stool. Office of Electric Torch Company, 23 Union square. American pianoforte company. 863 broad way.?Parties wishing to hire or purchase a reliable Piano at a moderate price should call and examine our stock, consisting of pianos of six first class city man erg. henry sciiroeder. A BRILLIANT TONfeD 7}( OCTAVE, 4 ROUND carved leg and case rosewood Pianoforte, the prop erty of a family lcavinjr lor Europe, made to order by best city makers, cost the present owner $1,000, for $300, including rich Stool, Cover and Muatc Siand, cost$400; also complete Furniture. Carpets, Ac., in lots to suit cash pur chasers. Call at private residence, 120 West Twenty third street near Sixth avenue. DR. LEVI COHEN. M AON I I'll K NT WEBBR PIAKOT BOUGHT If Miss Linda Dietz in December last for $900, will be sold at a great reduction for cash, as she leaves tor Eu rope this week. Please call at her residence, 140 East Fifteenth street Tbe piano i* fully warranted by the maker. _____ Beautiful piano for $ioo.-a hteinway Pianoforte, seven octave, carved leg", overstrung bass, every improvement, at a great sacrifice tor cash. J. BIUDLE, 13 Wavcrley place, near Broadway. First class octave pianos retailed at wholesale prleccs. Direct from factory. Send for cfrcnktra. CHRISTIE, 78 Harrow street, in ar Hudson. JF. HAL> IS MAXnie 18,000 WORTH piano" ? fortes for the trade from his new TS octave scales. Give him a call. Thirty-filth street and tenth uvenue. PIANOS (beautiful WEBER INCLUDED), CHEAP as the cheapest, good as the best, for rent or sale; rent allowed purchaser; at MKRRKLL'S, No 8 Union square, 166 Fourth avenne. PIANOS. SECOND HAND, OF VARIOUS MAKERS, IN thorough order, for sale at low prices; also Pianos to rent and on Instalments, bv CHICkKKlNU .* SONS, 11 Ka.it Fourteenth street between llroadwav and Fifth av. IANOS AND ORGANS.?<MUUf JABGAlNM, NEW and most beautiful styles and perfect tones ever made, and by best makers, at lower prices for cash, or monthly instalments, or tor rent, during this month, at WATERS'. 4M Broadway. than CM be found elsewhere. PIANOS TO RENT-$5 TO $15 PER MONTH; RENT applied to purchase. WILLIAM A. POND A CO., 947 Broadway. PIANOS TO RENT TO COUNTRY OR CITY HOTELS and boarding houses; or will be sold on monthly payment*; tiest pianos and greatest bargain*. JIMMY A CO., 789 Broadway. milE MOST RELIABLE, BEST FINISHED AND JL richest toned Pianoforte* manufactured, ft-otn $?J6. Seven octave Pianoforte, nearly new, only $160. CO-OPERATIVE PIANO MAKERS, No. 9 Great Jones street, near Broadway. BILLIARDS. A 1 -STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL TABLES AND ?/VL. the l'helan A ColienderCombination Cushions for sale only bv the patentee, II. W. CULLENDER successor to l'helan A Col lender, 738 Broadway, New York. A1 ?LATEST DESIGNS OF BILLIARD TABLES .A 1. and all appurtenances connected with the trade; special attention to private trade. GEO ROE B. PHELAN, No. 7 Barclay street G1BEATEHT inducements EVER OFFERED to r purchasers of Billiard Tables.?Now is your time to call and examine my splendid stock of Tables, at greatly reduced price*; Billiard Tables complete for $16). W. II. GRIFFITH, 40 Vesey street RYBM AND BARS. Artificial human eyes.-t. j. davis, in ventor and only maker of the Improved Artificial Human Eye, acknowledged by the faculty to be the oaly correct imitation of nature in the world. 127 East KifUaniii toe***. h*lwa?iv Thiol and Fourth avenuM awdhewewtb. OOTH'S THEATRE. ? ? NKrL80N_ Edwin Booth .Manner aw) Proprietor The celebrated F.n?U*h tragedienne, MISS N MLSON, AMY ROBSART. In Halllday's grand Historical and Romantic Drama, m played by her at the Ur"r/.,V?,VlivK^iniiri OVER IU0 CONSECUTIVE MGIirb Mr. FRANCIS BANGS as...........LBICBHTH* Entire new Bcenery, Costumea, A rm o r*. Appo"j1?." Mmlc, Mechanical Electa and an lucreaaed auxiliary force aud Corps do Ballet irf ne;?'Jy a..MO TWO HUMORED PERSONS , ? EVERY EYKNINO and SATURDAY MATINEB at 1 JO. Notice. ?Carriage*'may lie ordered at 10 ;l5- _??|j I To aeeure a choice of places, the managt roent would respectfully suggest that ?-ata be secured a* far in aa- I vance aa possible. Branch Ticket olUce ai Dltson a *? QL^MPIC TUEATRE, 624 BROADWAY. EVEBY EVENING DUBING T1IE WEEK AT 8 O'CLOCK and WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEES AT X LAST WEEK BUT TWO ol GEO. L. POX'B IIUMPTY DUMPTY. .SECOND AND LAST WEEK Of ALA I ALA I ALA I ALAt the Daring European Gymnast, whoae double somersets are pronounced by the press to be the MOST STARTIJNG ACTS EVER SEEN IN THIS CITY. LAST WEKK BUT TWO OF THE SPECIALTY ARTISTS. LAST WEEK BUT TWO OF THE OLYMPIC PAN TOM IM R. 8ec Humpty Duinpty ere he bids farewell to New York. Theatre comiqub, ?u bboadwaY. V* 61* BROADWAY. MATINEE AT 2? O'CLOCK. MATIN KM TO-DAY. AT O'CLOCK. MATINEE at 2)6 O'CLOCK. MR. JOHN THOMPSON MR. JOHN THOMPSON MR. JOHN THOMPSON^ATIONB. 83 giSB and 0W PLAYING TEN DIFFERENT CnARACTEItS WITH SOI.OS ON 21 INSTRUMENTS, and numerouH new SONGS ANI> DANCbs. NEW SONGS. NEW DANChS. NEW BANJO SOLOS. AKTEKNOON AND KVhNlNO. NOTICE ON MONDAY NEXT MISS UNAL MISS UNA EDWIN IN LITTLE JACK SUM PARD, supported by Mr. MOSh FISKE and a powerlul company. TTNION SyUABB THEATRB. todaT,~at 1 aa MATINEB PERFORMANCE of WITHOUT A HEART, with ITU BLEQANT SCENERY AND GRKAT OAST. u Trl;.^" TnBATRK -r. SHERIDAN SHOOK Manager .!!.. Mr. A M. PA LMEB BEGIN' AT a SATURDAY MATINEB AT 1:50. This aad ovary iTinii] until further notice will be ore senu'd till HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL PLAY, IN FIVE ACTS, BY MBS. SHERIDAN SHOOK. entitled, WITHOUT A HEART. TI10 Play Is produced with magnificent Scencrv, by Murston, aud with new Furniture, Pfopertlea and Ap puiutuicui*. SEATS SECURED IN ADVANCE. MATINEE OF ^ A u TO DAY AT 1:30 w r00D'S MUSEUM YANKEE LOCKE. 00USi1st matinbb and night of ONLY MATINEE AT't,\ST NIGHT AT 8, the celebrated Comedian, YANKKK LOCKE, in Margden 8 new Sensation Drama or TRUMPS; TttlJM |>? 1 or, HIGH, LOW, JACK AND TnF.OAME nvT.V M aTINKK AT 2. l?Abl jNIliUl AI o. ONLY MAT1^TArlMKH XT 2 AND 8 P M MONDA^EVENING^ nrstUme oOlr. W.^. JMIALLBY, TUESDAY EVENING, Benetlt ot Miaa THERESA WOOD G CENTRAL PARK GARDEN. THEODORE THOMAS. J. KOCH * CO.... ^. THOmXs.;- ^;10" UNRIVALLED SUMMER NIGHTS CONCERTS. PROGRAMME FOR THIS (Saturday) EVENING, May 24, at 8 o'clock. 1. Hungarian, March. Scl"J])?f' 2. Overture, Euryanthe 6 Oyertnre?bV BaVlo (new).'..'. A. :8. Sullivan 7. Intermezzo, Midsummer Night's Dream..Mendelssohn & Symphonic Poem. Les Proludea ?-Luut ?. Overture, Martha...... wISmT 10. Bridal l'rocosslenvLohengrin 11. Waltz, Rudolphs-Klaenge Strauss 12 March, Dueppler Storm ? ??r'ul" Admission M cents Packages containing 12 tickets *4. Can bo obtained ai the principul music atorea, alao at.tt? Broadway and Central Varfc Garden. Private boxes $ie*.tra. Tony pastor's opera house, 201 bowery, ??/ni> THE FLYING iiAV, HURDIE PROF FRANCOIS, PRINCE OF MAGIC. T1IR FAVORITE. CHARLEY WHITE. BILLY PASTOR'S COMIC SONUS. THE SENSATION DRAMA, THE DRUNKARD'S WIFE. ST. GEORGE AND GIBBONS. D. L. MORRIS, DUTCH COMEDIAN. ALL THE STARS. A QRkAT BILL. JL GRAND MATIN EE, MATINEE, MATINEE, MATIN EE. MATINEE, TODAY, AT 2 JO. UNITED SWISS SINGING SOCIETIES IN NBW YORK SUNDAY, Mav 23, at 3)4 o'clock P. M., Teuton la ?"l>" "'?sHrrffoi'o%cs"4,f.a;!i.,,"b,u' " creator of the choral music for four volcea, 34TSAW0VD?P?E^coT&.irre.??i?n.?Eu, EVERY NIGHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE. kl'knitukk. A PRIVATE FAMILY, LEAVING FOR EUROPE IN June, will sell all their elegant Household Goods, Furniture, Ac.; rich Parlor 8uu, covered in satin, cost $600, (or $250; one Suit for $160; rep Suits, $5(j; Bedroom Suits, $25, $60, $75 to $200, complete; Carpets. mc. per yard; Mirrors, Paintings, Bronzes, Ac.: Silver, China, Ac. N. B ? Magnificent Planoiorte, cost $1,000, for $300. Call at private house 120 West 23d street, near 6tn avenue. A LARGE assortment OF CARPETS, FURNI ture and Beading at lowest cash prices, by weekly Instalments, at o'KARRELL'8 warehouee, 410 Eighth ave nue, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first street.*. A -PARLOR AND SOFA BEDS IN GREAT VA ? riety, PAYNE'S patents. Depot, 40 Bleecker street A RARE CHANCE FOR CASH?at PRIVATE RESI dence 21 East Twentieth street between Broadway and Fourth avenue.. Parlor Suits, $75; rep Suits, $35; Bed room Suits, $30; Brussels Carpets, 30c. yard; and 300 lota cheap. A RARE CHANCE FOR HOUHKKBEPERa?MAG nltlcent Household Furniture for sale; a sacrifice; property (amity leaving city?Two superb suits Parlor Furniture, covored silk Brocade, cost $fiuu, for $200each; do., $150: do.. $45; magnificent rosewood Planotorte, celebrated maker, coat $900. for $275; Etegeres, Bookcase, Paintings, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Mattresses, Extension Table, Buffet, China, Glassware, at half original cost 6 West 15th st, near 5th av. A?FOR SALE CHEAP, PARLOR SUITS IN SATIN . and brocatel, Chamber, Dining and Kitchen Furni ture, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Waslistands; >7 fine spring and hair Mattresses, at private residence 210 West 21st st, near 7th av. AT PRIVATE RESIDENCE 104 EAST twknty-FIFTH street between Fourth and Lexington avenues.? Magnificent Marie Antoinette style Parlor Suit French satin, nearly new, cost $478, for $200; one do., $175; brocatel and reps Suits, $75, $.v)and $36; rosewood Cham ber Suit cost $375, tor $17.'i; walnut Chamber Suits, $39 up; Carpets, BOcents up; Pianoforte, Paintings, Curtains, Mirrors, Bronzes, Silverware, Extension Tables, Bufiet; less than half cost; property of family leaving city. Cut this out Gregory a co.. 212, n* regent street, lon don, beg to draw tlie attention ol those Americans about to visit England to their very large stock of real Indian, Persian, Turkey and Morocco Carpets: also to their English Carpets in choice and exclusive designs. (looo SECOND nAND ani) MISFIT CARPETS A x specialty; all sizes handsome patterns for sale rhi'ap, at 112 Fulton street corner of Dutch, entrance on Dutch street. Monthly or weekly payments.-carpets. Furniture, Bedding, Ac. DKALY A cunningham, 384 and sm Third avenue, near Twenty-eighth street Prices lower than any other house in the city, WBEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR FUR niture, Carp?ts and Bedding, at B.' M. COWPER tiiwait A co.'8, 1m and 157 Chatham street An Immense stock and low prices. ASiTKOliOGY. Adelaide h. lambertson, clairvoyant consulted upon all affairs of life. 104 West Elgh tcenth street neat sixth avenue. ATTENTION!?CONSULTATIONS ON BUSINESS, LAW suits, enemier, looses, absent friends, love, marriage, sickness and deatt:. Pay refused unless satisfied. Mmo. biwqhi, Clairvoyant, 1121 sixth avenue. Blanch ormsbv, business test medium.? Love, marriage and menial and verbal questions answered. Fees $1. 182 sixth avenue. European clairvoyant.?tells names,shows likenesses, causes marriages, give* numbers; 50c. and >1. 143 West Twenty-fifth street Professor lister is the only asteolooer in New York. Send stamp for circular. 328 Sixth avenue, near Twenty-first stroet a MEDICAID MME. RESTELL, PHYSICIAN.-OFFICE NO. 1 East Flfly-iecond street first door from Fifth av. A -MME. MAXWELL, physician. RESIDENCE . 114 East Tsnth street, near Third a venae. Am. mauricbau, m. d.?office i? liberty ? street, near Oreenwlch street. a ttkntioni?d R. franklin (LATE OF PRUSSIA ) A. Consultation free. Private office 161 Bleecker sireet do and MME. orindle, PHYSICIANS.?resi dence 120 West Twenty-sixth street near Sixth av, iTking's OLD ESTABLISHED PRIVATE OFFICH, 14 Amity street one block wost of Broadway. trM VAN BUSKIRK. physician.?RESIDENCE im.lfig?tffivh iti sotweml.wandleiinatottavaauaa. ABTOSHIIIBNTS. /i RAND OPERA HOUSE. LA8T MATINEE (bat one) of MONTE 0 KISTO THIS SATURDAY, at o'clock. ?TH AVENUB THEATRE. 728 AND 730 BROADWAY, Curtain rises at ft. Carriages mav be ordered for IL Bole Lessee and Muuager Mr. AUGUKl'IN DAL1 Seats may be secured for any of the CLQ8I1V( NIGHTS of the season. Box sheet open from 8 A. M. to f. M. EVERY NIOHT AND THIS* SATURDAY M ATI NEB will be acted an ORIGINAL PLAY, in tour acts, by 1ft AU(JUSTIN DALY, entitled MADKLE1N MOREL. THE SCENERY. Music, Upholstery, Hanging*. At polntments, Furniture and Toilets ail NEW and MAC NIFICENT. The cast includes Mr. GEOEOB CLARKE, Mr. LOOT JAMK8, Mr. HENRY CRISP, Mr. EDMUND PIEROt Mr. J. W. LEMOYNE, Mr. CHARLES FISHER. M JAMES LEW18, Mr. F. CHAPMAN, Mr. J. H. BURNET Miss FANNY MOHANT. Minn HAltAU JEWETT, Mi: NINA VAIUAN, Mihs FANNY DAVENPORT. Miss ROS 8T. CLAIR, Miss CLARA MORRIS, Mrs. O. H. GILBERj Miss NELLIE MORTIMER, Mis* ROBERTA NORWOOJi The action passes at the present day. The scene the flnrt and second acts is Vienna; that of the third aij fourth, Lmz, In and about the Da I be rv domain. * the third act a lapse of one year is to be supposed. A MATINEE OF MADELEIN MOREL TH18 Saturday, at ix o'clock. CI RAND OI'ERA HOUSE, IT Twenty-third street, corner ot Eighth avenue. Begins *4 to 8. Carnages may lie ordered lor IL Soto Lessee and Manager Mr. aUGUSTIN DAT LAST SEVEN NIGHTS of MB. CHARLES FECHTER and MONTE CRI8TO. THT8 SATURDAY. MAY 24, LAST MATINEE BUT ONE OF Mr. FECHTEB AND MONTE CRISTO. Supported by Mr. OHARLES WHEATLEIOH, Mr, B. STUDLEY, CHARLES LECLBRCU, 0. H. ROC WELL B. R R1NOGOI.D. J. W. JBNNINOS.OEORl DEVBRB, DOR8EY OGOEN, Miss LIZZIE PRICE, M CHAPMAN, Miss HENRY anil others. %? Beats may now be secured for any of the Li NIGHTS. Box office open Iroui 8 till & .Special office vestibule of Filth Avonuo Theatre, 728 and 731) Broadwi F entitled tl IFTH AVENUE THEATRE. MATINEE THIS SATURDAY, 1X O'CLOCK. MADELEIN MOREL. Bowery theatre. WILLIAM B. FRELIGH Mano THIS (SATURDAY) KVENING, MAY 24, 1873, A GLORIOUS BILLI FOUR SPLENDID PIECES I IRISH MORMON I BLACK-EYED SUSAN! SOLON SHINGLE I DEK FREISCHUTZt MONDAY, MAY 26, a new local Drama, BOY BURGLAR. WALLACE'S. Proprietor and Manager..Mr. LESTER WALL* LAST TWO WEEKS of the PRESENT BRILLIANT SEASON. LA?T 7 NIGHTS ot Mr. SOTHERN. THIS SATURDAY, the 24th (Matinee and night), 27th and 28th, Mr. SO'iHEKN will uppear iu his i original churucter of LORD DUNDREARY, I written and created by nimself. in the Comeay of "OUR AMERICAN COUSIN." on THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, the 29U?, and 81st (Matinee and Night), ? being positively the LAST THREE NIGHTS, Mr. SOTHERN will pcrtoriu Dundreary's celebrate BROTHER SAM, and will likewise appear as DUNDREARY MARRIED, thus representing both the brothers each evening Mr. WALLACE has much pleasure in announcing the last six nights of the present season will takepla the Brooklyn Academy of Music, with Mr. SOTHEH his origlniu characters. NIBLO'S garden! AZRAEL. L? Lessees and Managers JAKRETT A PALM I TWO PERFORMANCES TO-DAY. TWO PERFORMANCES TO-DAY. AFTERNOON AT TWO. EVENING AT EI AFTERNOON AT TWO. EVENING AT EI AZRAEL; OR, THE MAGIC CHARM. AZRAEL; OR, THE MAGIC CHARM* MAFPITT and BARTHOLOMEW...Clown and Pantj MAFFITT and BARTHOLOMEW...Clown and Pan? '1 NEARLY THBKfi HOURS FCN, JOLLITY and AMUSEMENT. THIS afternoon at TWO; THIS EVENING AT ElOHT. NEW BCENERY. NEW DRESSES. NEW BALLETS LULU. LULU, LUL0, THE tetaTOL H i ill the THBILLING BOUND FROM THE STAGE TO THE CEILING! , THIS | AFTETNOON AND EVENT* THE MARVEL OF THE AG NFW TRICKS. THE WORLD'8 WONDER EVERYTHING FRESH IN THE EA^TOMIMl Mme LANNIER Mile. LUPO, 60 CORPS DE BA1 MmC' SUPERB TRANSFORMATION SCBNE AFTERNOON AT TWO. EVBN1NQ AT E, RQP ?ATHENEUM THEATRE. _ ?...J OOO. Broadway, opposite Metroponun^heat^ THeToPULAR VARIETY THEATRE^OP NEW V THE PLACE TO BRING LADIEh AND CHILD! SCREAMS OF LAUGHTER AND DELIGHT. MATINEE KfJJSil MAT MATINEE {{?11251 MVI MATINEE lUATINKK | MAI AT JK O'CLOCK PRECISELY BURLESQUE, PANTOMIME AND OLIO. The Stars of Burlesoue, the WORRELL BISTE1 The Wonderrul ZAN FRETTa TROCPB, Eight in Number. The Beauttftll REM MELSBBRO HESTERS. ADD RYAN. ADD RYAN, ADD BYAlf,. in bis Original Stump Oration. LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT. GEO. AKIN8.OEO. CCl WM. WEST, J. LAW, T. HOLDSWORTU.Wv and regular Atlieneum Company eTery evan.O Afternoon, doors open at 1; evening at 7. RS. F. B. CONWAY'S BROOKLYN THEATRB SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1 P. M. MAN AND WIFE. EVENINO AT a LUCEETIA BORGIA AND MARRIED LII A CADEMY OF MUSIC. ITALIAN O MAX MARETZKK ??!???" Dl 0$?E NIOHT ONLY. nrevlotu to the departuro of the artistsfor Bare) WEDNESDAY EVENINO, May ? 1 POSITIVELY LAST APPEARANCE OF TH. . THREE PRIMA DONNAS, 1 J PAULINE LUCCA^ra ^ KELI^J Together M? AmbrolM Thomas' Opcra^ FEL?N A...V.V.V."?'?'?'?'?CLARA'lOU^^E^^: Tickets and seats can be obtained to-day att demy, 114 and 701 Broadway. T~ ERRACE GARDEN THEATRE, W*1 SMS? SEA80lf10PM,d OPERETTE AND LIOHT COMEDY. THIS (SATUBDAY) EVENING, May ?i, at., NHLLGN. Admtwlon 50 cent*. ReHcrvedSeata, ? cent? Boxes, SI 60 extra. Packages of 12 Ticketa. H JONES' WOOD PABK. SUNDAY, May 2#, 1378, GRAND OPENING CONCEBT a by the ? unrivalled NINTH REOIMENT BAND, 4 FIFTY MUSICIANS and the f FULL DRUM CORPS, J under the direction of Drum Major George E. Commence at 3 o'clock P. M. , Admission 2f cents lor gentleman and lady; ?ee. Program ^^XcBRY EVERY SUNDAY. free w IENIAWSKI'S FAREWELL TO NEW YOR1 WlBNIAWSKl'8 FAREWELL CONCER' STEIN WAY HALL, . ^ FRIDAY EVENING, May ?), at 8 o'clock Mr. HENRI WIENIAW8KI has the honor toa * his farewell Concert In this city, prior to hl*4 for California and south America. Full partlyitars In Sunday paper* D*ON'T FORGET THAT THE DOBSON BR( give another of their "nVffht CHARLRH K. and IIBNHY C. Dun.g greatecit BnnjoiHtu; Win. Kiplcr, the plfftiiiiuf } and Uultanst; Monroe Dempster, renor; - the celebrated Basso. Excellent Music and the 1 erf. Green Room, 141 Fourth avenue. Admlssi* Nrwyork museum OF ANATOMY, #18 ' wav, betwoen Houston and Bleecker streefc., one should visit the wonderiul Museum; it Ufull > thing people should see and understand. Lectu on The Philosophy of Marriage." Those partle to attend these Important lectures can have t Broadway. New York. /"1LOWN 8UIT8, TIOHTS, TRUNKS, SHIRT \_y all sizes and colors, plaid and striped, in and cotton. . ?7 * I Inrc VfETROPOLITAN _ THEATRICAL AND showTrinting ESTABLISHMENT, HERALD BUILDING, BROADWAY AND ANN STREET. A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF THEATR MINSTREL AND VABIETY CUTS CON: ON HAND. s || * MUSICAL. A THKlNBW YORK CONSERVATORY OF No. 6 East Fourteenth street, next to? Daunt and BROOKLYN BRANCH, Nos. 102. KM and 10? Court street, near st REMAIN OPEN THE ENTIRE YEAR Private and class Instruction In all branches 01 Modern language A YOUNG GENTLEMAN DESIRES PRAC the pipe organ. AUdresa. sCaUBK WVBS- | lmx.lia llataJil nffln*

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