Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 26, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 26, 1873 Page 2
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CcBlnli 1 KBW FOUR STOUT HIGH 8TOOP BROW* BT0KB A front House, cabinet finish. tine location, chaap. on {? kt tar ml; possession. Apply on premises, 98 Mat Sixty first street, near Madison avenue. AMADIB0N AVENUB 26 FOOT FRONT HOU8B will k? sold at lvaa than cost, aa the owner moat have cash to meat pressing liabilitua. FRANCT8 CRAW KURD, 963 Third avenue, corner Fifty seysuth street F- ORHAIK-IM FIFTT-8EOOND BTBEET, A LARGE brown atone private Dwelling, furnished or uutur Dialled, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, four story, with ail the modern improvement*; can be purchased at a urice much below ita real value, and possession in the Fall, or May next jterms easy. For lull particulars in iuire of V. COLTON, 163 East Thirteenth atreet, near roadway. | FOR 8AT.B.?TO purchasers DESIRING FIRST class Houses?We would call your attention to M anu 16 West Fifty-third street, and 18. 20, U and 24 Ml Fifty aeventh atreet; elegantly finished In hard wooa and the beat built houses in the market. DUOGJN A CRUSSMAN, 63 East Forty-Aral atreet. FOR 8ALE-IIOU8E 53 WEST FIFTY-TUIRD STREET, between Filth and sixth avenuea, 'St feet (rent: first class, with rosewood parlors* mirrors. ?c. Applj on premises or to owner, MB We at Forty-nix th street. ^ MADISON AVENUE? ELEGANT CORNER HOUSE below Filtr sixth street, 27 x 66x96, must be sold or exchanged for Lots betore Juuel. Assortment of other bargains for sale and to let LIONEL FROELICH, Tlnrd avenue, corncr Fiftieth st. CT11 AVENUE.? FIRST class HOUSES AT LOWEST ?) rate*. Not. 2*5. 520. 6I?, 714, 746, 781 and 785; also Nos. 1 and 15 Kant and 9 and Iti West 53d itreet; 20 West 56th street; 18, 2". ? an I -I l'-ast and No. 8 West57th atreet; U and 1.1 Eaxt 41*t street. Apply to V. K. STEVENSON, Jr., 11Pine street Eart Bide. * THIRD AVENUE CORNER-FIVE STORY. STORE J\ and Tenement, with Liquor Store; established 12 x ?ri, doing a trade of $18,000 per year; house renting for ??,90O ; lor sale at $42,000. THOMAS G. HOJER. 98# Third avenue. For sale reasonable?10 full lots, ? on Second avenue, including corner, and 6 oa street b. low 104th street; also 15 lull Lota between Third and Fourth avenues, below 110th street, and several good lo cated Lots in the Eighth, Ninth and Fourteenth wards; at the Real Katate Exchange, 302 Broadway, corner of Duane street. E. K. RAUBITSCHEK. Must be sold?three story high stoop brown House, 242 East Fiftieth street; good order; all Improvement, parlors painted and trescoed; heater In front basement, hot air range in kitchen - price $14,000. W. J. HARPER, 882 Third avenue. STORE PROPERTY ON WEST 8IDB OF SECOND avenue.?Must beso'd; a greut bargain will be given for cash; three tour-story double Houses, 25.6x60x100; ?0,000 cash wanted; some exchange taken. FRANCIb CRAWFORD, U63 Third avenue. 3 FULL LOTS, CORNER AVENUE A AND SEVENTY sixth atreet, to exchange for Tenement Property; also one Lot on First avenae and three on stre -t to exchange. THOMAS G. HOJKR, 1)95 Third avenue. ?JD AVENUE STORE PROPERTY FOR SALE-ABOVE it Fittv-ninth street, two tour-story 25 foot front Houaes, tnclnding corner. A prompt cash buyer will get a bar gain. francis CRAWFORD, 953 Third avenue, corner Fifty-seventh atreet. tQ CASH ?CHEAPEST LOT IN THE CITY; OiZi)" 20x1110; In 117th street, between Third and r uurth uvenues; stri et sewered ; has Rush pavement and built on each side oi lot; brown stone and brick rows. Ad dress OWNER, box 113 Herald office. West Hidec FOR BALE-TEN CHOICE LOTS OS EIGHTY-THIRD and Klehty-fourth streets, between Eighth and Ninth ?venues; price low: terms easy. Apply at 11 Wall street, room II, to U. F. BRITTON. Three story basement brick, with im provements, 18x40x66, west side, below Fllty-third atreet; healthy, pleasant location; price $6,500: mux 11 amount down. Four pleasant Rooms, $20 monthly, in Tresdwell'S cottage, 630 West Fifty-second streat. Apply ateabove. ftlO ROA-THE cheapest THREE STORY House and Lot in this cltv; 21x57x100; hiirli stoop, 14 ro 'ins; in perfect order, with ull modern improvements; gas fixtures Included. 421 West Twenty ?iglith street. A JMisreitanrofi*. LE BREWERY PROPERTY FOR 8ALE-CENTRAL ly located in thin city ; sales at present a bom 2.000 barrels monthly, with increasing demand, and with capacity and facilities tor double the urenent quantity told; it satistactory parties apply the present owner will retain an interest of not lc?.s than one-third; all applica tions must (rive full address and references. Do others will Is noticed. Address ALB BREWERY, 'box 222 Herald office. VKRMILYP.A AVKNUE.?A VERY FINK AND VAL oable Plot, 150x1ft), near Grand Military l'ark, hav ing snat prospective vuluc , price only 98,S0u. W. J. BARNES, 112 Br Broadway. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO LET.^ JJERA1.D BRANCH .OfTICE?BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUII BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONU ISLAND KAV1NOS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY FROM S TO 9 P. M. CARRIERS AND AOENT8' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET. BROOKLYN. 1/NRKT CLASS BROWN STONE HOUSE, BROOKLYN, JT equity $7,7S>, tor >ale cheap, or will exchange for fti-al i state ol Ihs- value or harm, uncncumheri d, in New Jersey. J. DICKSuN, 120 Yorlt street, Jersey City. FV)R SALE-TWO NKAT COTTAOES; TWO STORY cellar and extensions; wuter and gas; In Twenty se ond street, near Fourth avenue, Brooklyn; price $ I,aw each ; terms easy. Inquire ot the janitor ol M Wail Street, New York. 1/OR SALE?SOUTH WERT CORNER BRIDGE AND * Plymouth sireots,IOuxli>7>&. Tfto.UAs KELLY, (6 Jay street. liAPID TRANSIT?CHOICE LOTS, 2.1X106 FEET, JV under close restrictions. In a first clans neighbor hood, near 1'iospcct l'ark nn<l the line ot the proposed rapid transit steam road, lor sale at $x'0 mid upwards; a splendid opportunity tor investm- nt or speculation. Ap ply at the office of the late A. J. WALKEK, 112 John Street, New York, troni II to I o'clock. rraa <-iieapest house in BROOKLYN ? brown .1 stone high stoop, U rooms, pe.-fccily finished; excel lent neighborhood, very accessible; will sell at a bargain or exchange; no hall fair ofler r< fused. 8. E. It. VANDYKE, 160 Broadway, Now York. rro LET?A SPLENDID DWELLING HOUSE, WITH J alt modern iuij roveinonts (13 rooms), 199 ltoss street, Brooklyn, K. 1>. rpo RENT-IN FIFTH AVENUE, BROOKLYN; A J very fine More #nl several Apartment*, very con venient lor small lamtlies, can now lie obtained in the new st,,ne trout houses S98 and S'JO Fifth avenue, corner ot Seventh street, Brooklyn. Inquire at the bakery store, or ot Mrs. OILLk-PIE, 398, on the premises, JEBSKY C ITY, KOIIOKI'M, HUDSON CITY AND BKiMiEN HEAL. ESTATE. For hale. ERE. JOHNSON, JR., AND J. M. GIBSON, AIJC. ti< neers, will sell nt auction, without reserve, by order of John Mct.uiKun, Esq.. ? ho is compelled to give up his business on acc ount ot luilii.g I salth. at 2 o'clock ehurp, on the premises (rain or shine), Wednesday, May !8, I.s7:t, the very creain ol Jersey City improved and on iftiproved Property, situated oti the southwest corner of (irove and Montgomery streets, and i onsisting ot first class tour story Stores anl Dwellings, having ? Iront ol J 3B lect on Monigomery sireet by .'.() on tiro\u street: and also 2 splendid Lots, each 2nxlOO, adjoining on (irove Street, 'the buildings are built in the most approved manner, modern style and finish. and the location is t'ie bo.st In (he vicinity ol Nejv York lor a first class German wme hon e, with hotel and garileji, sale positively without reserve; AO i er cent may remain on mortgage ; lbiips of JEHE. JOHNSON, Jr., 21 l'ark row. New York; J vl. GIBSON, 31 Montgomery street, Jefscy City, or J' >HN Mi ijUIUAN, ou the premises. IVESTf IIESTKH l Ot'*TY PROPERTY AfcW ah.. ? it) luatsT. A?"LARC1IMONT MANOR." ? Several new Cottages and Villas, with plots M>x Iffi, or by theacrc, tor sale at Larchmont Menor, ou the Bontiil, two miles from New Roclielle (lornierl) the coun try scat ol E. K. Collins, Esq.) This imignittccnt prop orty, consisting of acres, with n water front ot n> li s. Is I>e<int11ullv laid out as a private park and In t? uded exclusively for geutleawii's private reshlenccs It is thoroughly dralin d and each house supplied nit'i wuter frum a ]>rivate reservoir especially erected for the ii? of resilient-. There will bo II mils* ol drives through the estate. Eight acres, Doming on Hip w;tfer, have been reserved for u park and have been deeded lor the use ol resident*. An elegant depot has been erected on the N' w Haven Railroad, connecting by a private hi rse rail road, one mile in length, running through the property to the wafer. This enables each resident to reacli his hunts w nliuiit hems' depend) nt upon carriages. A num ber of elegant villas have been erected by prominent Pew Yorkers and many more are now near completion. This is the most magnificent location in the State of New lotk, and desimbl-' pintles are invited to inspect the property and villus now for sale. Photographs miiv he seen and particttlHrsjIven hy applying to SILAS (i IIKR SH.Vnu^'j corner Murrav street and Hr.iadwav; K. 1 IIAl.ON, Esq.. M7 Broadway, or WM. L. BARKER, Esq., at l.nrclmiont Manor. A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE IN HIVERDAI.E, WE T c"ester county, lor sale?A new stone House, iust U!.' t in1 tiimfi. V! on IT between Broadway W ! i in I ,r U. ,V ,'."tl)!^ * lrom present citv limits id t.slt a mile irom River i?|e slatiou on the llud.-on, Iiiinisn liiig line views; the house is first class in everv respect, contain in.: 1.1 rooms besides laundry extra Xif h"n. Ac.. In basement; in all res,,t,.,H ? flll(. narfdoncs for Sufbiner and Wlntri 2% acres of Land or moreff Wanted. Apply to WKB3TER Wot ill M ANrEi ve rdaie or at ll'tsnd 121 William street. New York. or At takrytown?ten minutes- walk from the depot, to iel. furnished complete, a brick house l/i -o-ns; two acres In garden and lawn; plentv of iruit' ?>ii iiigh and healthy ground| shgant river v iuw8; rcu{ low lor season or year. 8. EMBBE8QN, MO Sixth avenue. AN R W, MODERN, WELL BUILT HOUSE?FINISH*, ?d In good stvle ; Id rooms; all improvement gus, marble :'..!i.'tls, hath, hot and cold water, ramre, slallon II.' woshtuhs; lis* window, ida/./.a, cellar and s'aiile; fi t'ier lot. slse 10 by 100 feeij high ground, well laid out walks, o i catnenvtl trees and plants; cam en lent to cars, ?? Ml on acCunnl ol owjicr going "West; price $*,l)U0, terms ?asy. it. J. BROWN. Wtli cr Fifth siresl, Morrlsanla, near depot. A BARGAIN AT YONKI.RS. -MANSARD ROOF Uuu;>e, with modern improvements, In goad ordi r, ncurifapot; flue river view; only 17,000; terms easy. Apply to JAllEd YOUMAN8, Agent, at Vonkers. A r YONKEBS.-A NKAT COTTA0E, CONTAINING J\ eight routus, two or Iosr lots of ground ; situaiion the hcsitblcst part of Vonkers; eight minutes from tepnf; will be sold at s bargain or renud for the year for | WO; house in perfcct order. Apply at shoo stars, bt? .fWS aveniK. I IV jwiUMBTasn. cotut* munuTt FOB IALB AMD TO RKJIT. Farms n westchester, farms in n*w jbS. sey, Farms and Country Seat* on Look Island to ex change for New York ur Brooklyn Property; auto some for Merchandise. Apply to J0I1N FKTTRETcli, 1,0M Third avanne. "IXTKSTCHESTER.?FOR SaLE OR RENT, RE8I TV danoa of Abraham Hatfield, within 13 miles of City Hall, house (With modern improvements), stables, hen nary. Ac., in good order; IK acres, handsomoly fenced; garden made; fruit ana barrios In abundance; ptioto graphs of hooae at offlca. Apply to HATFIELD A CO., UO Front street, Naw York. PROPKRTY OUT OF THE C1TT FOR SA1.B or to mpirr. All wantinq farms.?for sale?to farmers, gardeners and lam laborers from the Old Country Good Farm Lands, virgin soil, at 920 per acre, on six Scars'credit The soil is a good, productive loam, near le great markets of New York and Philadelphia, by rail road, where from J) to 40 acres constitute a good (arm, when partly planted to fruit From this locality a greater quantity and variety of Iruit la sent to market than from any other place of euual urea in the Lnited States. It fa in the midst of a thriving community, with good rosd?, stores, schools and Dianuiactortes. Female members of families and others can procure good work at straw sewing. shoe work, but ton making, clothing work and other branches. Mauy LnglUli, Irish and Scotch tanners have settled anil are prosperous. Numbers of gardeners from the vicinity of Now York a'e locating. Farming is more profitable than West on account of the markets. Apply to JOHN B. PAGE, 102 Park place, two doors from West street, New York. Papers containing lull information will be sent free of charge. ANYACK COTTAGE (TEN ROOMS) FOR SALE OR to let; partly furnished if desired; elegant fruit; good shade; convenient by boat or cars. Inquire of J. Y. ONDBKDONK, Nyack. h. Y. _ AT CRAFOUD-FOR SALE OR TO LET, TWO FIRST das* Houses; #11 modern Improvnmeuts; grounds laid out with walks, ornamental trees, fruit, Ac.; four minutes' walk from depot Central Railroad of New Jersey; time from New York W) minutes. MONAGHAN A CO., 82 Cedar street AT NEW BRIGHTON-TO RENT, ONE FURNISHED House; also one unfurnished, 13 rooms, billiard room; modern improvements; stables, gardens, shade trees; agreeable surroundings: beautiful scenery. W. A, COLLINS,28 Pine street; HAMILTON A CO.,81 Pine st A FURNISHED HOTEL TO LET?NEAR NEW YORK; possession immediately. Apply to 8. C. SMITH, owner, Frankfort House, 21)2 William street. A MAGNIFICENT FARM OF #0 ACRES, WITH NEW buildings, and finely located in Oneida county, to be given away if applied lor immediately, at248 East Thir tieth street. AT BAYONNE, N. J? 28 MINUTES from new York?Two Houses, containing all the modern Im provements, to let, on wldu street; fine water viow; rent |55U JOHN L, LINDSAY, 289 Greenwich street, New York. A FURNISHED SEASHORE HOTEL, CONTAINING 70 rooms, 28 miles from New York, to let.?Plenty snadc trees, mineral waters. Apply at the Grove House, 178 Bleecker street. (CHOICE FARM?130 ACRES?ONLY 28 MILES oN J Erie Railroad; location unsurpasaed for health and beauty; excellent water; sound and old orchards; no waste land; buildings flrst ciass; price SIS,WW; worth $20,000; terms accommodating. GEORGE 11. WALTON, No. 6# Pine street ELEOANT VILLA?ACRE LAND; HIGHKST STATE of Improvement! healthy location: fine view; 10 minutes from terry, Staten Island: $6,(*K); terms to suit. DARRIN, SO Broad street. IjlLEGANT RESIDENCE, 40X70, AI-L MODERN IM U proveinents, extensive stables, 11 acres, plenty fruit, perfect order, 10 minutes from ferry; $18,800, worth $30,000; terms easy. DARRIN, 80 Broad street I FACTORIES AND RESIDENT PROPERTIES FOR ' sale, Patorson, N. 3. Steady water power* Cheap coal. Low freights. Skilled labor. One hour from New Tor*. (Canal, four railroads. 100 daily traiftf. j. FISHER SATTEKTHWAITR, 10 Pine street F |JtOB SALH-ONE OF THE FINEST COUNTRY JF Homo* on On- Hudson River: splendid views of the Catskills; new large house, cottage, buildings, aock and 3,0W) fruit trees; in complete order: 80 acres; all unen cumbered. Address C., box >'o. 9 Post tfflce, Tlvoli, or apply to M. T. WOOLLEY, No. 5X Pine street, room 10. OR HALE?AT RICHMOND HIIX, LONG ISLAND, on southslde Railroad, only 90 minutes (7 miles) trom ferry, a number and variety of neat Dwellings; also Lots and beautiful Vil a Sites; place high, well drained, healthy and restricted against nuisances. Applv to J. W. FIELDER, 231 Broadway, room IS; K. R. HAZARD, 110 Broadway, or O. B. FOW t,ER, mi th ? premises. FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE, WITH 26 acres of Land ; lias on it barn an.I carriage house, a never-tailing spring ot water, handsome yard, green trees, 30 apple trees, choice fruit; house nearly new ; 13 rooms; garden planted; It is seldom that stieh desirable property is for sale ; It is situated ill the town of Rklge tleln. Kairtleld county, Conn., Ave miles west of Danhury, 011 the line of the New York, lloufintoulc and Northern Railway, and within one quarter ol a mile of church, store, post office and achoolhouse; if wanted, tt} acres more ol Land near it; S4,0U) can remain on bond and mortgage; Immediate possession. Apply to(1. F. BAILEY, a Bowery, New York, or to IIUfCHINGH A BAILEY, Clothiers, 63 and U Fourth btreet, corner South Eighth, Williamsburg, U I. FV)R SALE?HOUSE AND LOT, IN THE VILLAOE of (Urn'i Falls, near Lake George. For Information apply to O. K. P., box 40 Glen's Kail* Post oflicc, Warren county, N. Y. FIOR SALE?TO BE BUILT ON THIS SEASON, LOT, ftixlifi, ocean front, on beach, at Shark Itlver; price and terms very easy; location elegant; houses going up this year. Address BEACH, Herald office. IjlOR SAI.E-AT STVR LANDING, N. J., 16 MILES (ruin New York city, a first class Country Residence, 5initiates froin steamboat landing, I'J miles from rail road station: hou-e stunds on south aiile ot square plot of 12 acres, contains 11 rooms and Is surrounded by lar, e fruit and shade trees; grounds fluelv cultivated; contain an abundance of fruit of all kinds; outhouses complete and In excellent order; price $?,9(i0; also several other Farms, from 40 to 710 acres, on easy terms. Inquire of the owner at the office of Doane A Tut'S, 1( 9 Water si reel, trom 10 A. M. till 3 P. M.. all this week excepting Wednes day. UllR SALE-AT NEW IIACKRNSACK, DUTCHESS r county, N. Y., a Farm ot about lot) acres; all good land; will raise anything; orchard of IHOapple trees in their prime, also pears, cherries, plums and ull the sni.ill fruits and vtftUmU; handsome house, contain ing 16 rooms, in periect order; two large liarnsar.il all nccrsNary outbuildings, including handsome icehouse, well fUlcd ; hay iness, Ac. . pond lor ice and watering cat tle ; grounds highly ornamental: near churches, schools, pn?t office and stores; no healthier coot III the world ; no mosquitoes, no ague. Parties wi lling to retire to a really handsome, open, cheerful an I pleasant home, sur rounded by the first towns and villages in the Mate, need not tear to examine this. Principal part ol money can remain; will exchange In pnrt tor a house in Brooklyn. Full partii utnr.s liy applying to WILLIAM t'ALLEN l)?lt, lufi Broadway. FjlOIl SALE CIIKAP-A BEAUTIFUL FARM <?P <1 acres; a large stone building; ft miles from New York und three blocks Iroiu the station ; W oolridge, Hack i iisack Railroad, N. J.; or will exchange lor property. Inquire at Carlstadt station. Hackcusack Railroad, of VALENTINE (IRAMLICU. U?OR SALE (IR TO LEASE-CHEAP, THE PARRY r llou.-e at Highland Falls. N. Y , on the Hudson, Ik miles trom West I'olnt; 70 sleeping rooms Call and examine, or address WILLET PARRY, Highland Falls, N. Y. F^OIt RENT-AT OR A NO K, N J.. A FURNISHED House, with stable and nil conveniences for a gen tleman's residence; grounds verv hndsomely laid out. For particulars address box 1,684 I'ost office. New York. roTXL to urr and fcmiti kiroRialx.?thb L popular hotel known as him Cottage, situated near Jerome Racc Cour-e. For particulars inquire on the premises of A. L. BAKER. IN CORNWALL. N. V.?FA RMS. SUMMER REM. I dences lor snle or to let. Address C. KETCIIa.M, Mountainvllle (N. V.) Post office. "\IORKISTOWN (N. .1.) CO l"l At;ES AMI COUNTRY ill Scuts to rent, furnished or unfurnished, for Sum mer or year. Morrlslown office two doors from Post otlicc. _ J HENRY .loHNSoN, 119 Broadway. X'TACK. OR HUDSON n RRIHRRD COTTAOR TO let, tor season or yeur, with barn, acre of ground, taste-Ill iy srratlgi.i. '?????V ilfnmnn shade; choice iruit; i harming views. Apnlv at store Co East Broad way, or MATHEwSON'H, No 6 Pine street. QBTKRAL furnish ED houses FOR RENT-ME O tiichi n, N <L, one hour from New York; one for $7A per month, near depot; one for $10(1; choice place, large liouae, plenty Iruit and shade, IV. acres, good stable, near denot; several uiifurtiislied [louses, from $360 pi r year to f 1,2110 in good localities; also in acre Farm, tit)). CAMI'Bl.LL fi I'lliRSUN, No. lj, Park place. QTAMFORD, CONN.?A SO ACRE FARM FOR SALE; O plenty ol Iruit, trout stream, house, all lenced, eight acres w< oI. good-oil; will tell cheap; terms ensv. Ail dies* Pi RltY BARKER, 40 Uortlaiidt avenue, Melrose, W? stchester county, N. Y. CM*LL CO.SKY COTTAGE?7 LOTS, BEAUTIFULLY O shaded, near Hie bay; ft minutes' walk from terry; Statcn Ulawl; $3.(W0; terms to suit. A H IANIN, No. 2 Broadway. TO LRT-AT WESTFIKLb, N. J., ON CENTRAL RAIL road, Ki minutes trom city, nice two story House, II rooms. In complete order; immediate possession; price, $40 per month. hiker, hesse A CO , No. B Pine street. ir I^O LET?AT BERGEN POINT, N. .1.. A RRAI7TL fully situated, completely InrnisliNI gentleman's Residence; grounds handsomely improved; iruit and ornatnentnI trees, grapes and berries: usrden planted; immediate possession. Address box 6.107 Post office. New York, TO LET?FURNISHED, AT CORNWALL, ON THE Hudson, a beautiful Summer Resilience, !', miles from the lauding ; good s able and carriage house: 9 acres laud; fruit and shade trees; fish pond and running brook , bouse ,t4 feet square, wing 16 feet; II rooms, high ceil ings Address Inquiries to A. M. IIA I,LETT, Postmaster, Cornwall, Orange county, N. Y. 'P" LI T AT SARUOGA SPRINGS. FOR THE Si \ I >oii?Several furnished Houses, various sizes, at rea stable rents. Arply immediately at the REAL ESTATE EXt IIANGE, 302 llioadwav, corner of Duanc street. To M l - AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE, OVERI.OOKI g i tne MiuUonon the I'alratlcs, nt Bull's Kerry: Atioat 1 i.?i,,iI.c "wflllnif??, with ; ffrotiiidM lmn<i ?tr!.liJ.*111;. 01 ? ruit; SU imniitoi iroin Spring an cm iij DOat. steam ainl lior^r rnr? con vrniont. W. II ALLRN. No. 5 1*1 n? strcot. ?' it (MiAHAM, 176 Centre itreet, T"m'ar'\ wNtiT",! KAST BANK OF THE HUDSON nvcr briek n,H'"t Country scat on the proven,wit ele?n? ?vory modem un rnl .....i J, ^ tullf turtii^livil; irrc?'ftlitnit( n entrance; ?fi tn<r^>rec't ho!^' A the appearance of an hmtllsh nlifc -h ,?r"u,"'s present grand old trees. !l he .i"?"rv of the \ i'""' ,ro,'"U?"!,U grandeur at thin nnim ? .i i. l 0 Hmlson Is In all its Tallinadfe Polnt, '^l?e ho ne of vTee'VsiVl*. VT"1"" Clinton in h0\ Rent f.'r . a. , iTxi,*"u^'Vi luuV 11A RNETT. HI UroaJwar. r?om^V bawme," ' U V" rSOPSBTY OCT Of Wl CITY FOR SALIC OB TO HUNT. _ . rLET-A LARGE COUNTRY HOUSE, CONTAINING 10 Rooms, with barn and stable, fine ganlen and ? acres oi Una, altnated in West New Brighton. 8. L ; bua passes the door; rent 1800 per annum; can w rentt a In fiats to several families If deal red. Apply to fc.UUIi.NK duboia? Tfl Front streetNew York. TO RENT?AT COLD8PRINO, ON THE HUDSON, adjoining UnderclUT, the country neat of the UteOeo P. Morris, a cottage; ten rooms, completely lurnlshea. superb view of the river from the bouse; three icrj' or garden and grounds; stable and hen houses; icehouse filled; abundant fruit apples, peart plums. grapM ana small fruit In quantity; less than half mile from station and boat landfng. Apply to 1\ P. J AM KB * CO.. <0 Wall street To RENT-AT NEW brighton, A GENTLEMAN'S furnished Residence, containing 19 roams, billiard room, with commodious stables, cow and eow houses and pasture; hennery, gardens; beautiful scenery aim agreeable surroundings; a satisfactory tenant will have the option ol retaining a pair of carriage horse* and car riages. W. A. COLLINS, K Pine strest. VALUABLE PROPERTY POR RALE AT GENEVA. N. Y.?A beautiful place, containing 88 acres or land, well adapted for a nursery or gentleman's country seat; buildings consist of a brlca house and suitable out buildings; fields in good cultivation and nearly aU ule d rained; fruit in abundance and six acres ot tine woou land; this is a rare ohance to purchase a delightful noma In the loveliest village of the State. Apply to GLRRIT H. SMITH, Geneva, N. Y. 11THITE8TONE, L. I.?FOR SALE OR TO LET. THREE W new Cottages, splendidly located on the shore, near landing, just west of hotel; 11 rooms; all modern im provements; one hour from Wall street by <1 train.s over Flushing and North Slue Railroad, or lour boats daily i t. mil Miun nikJ..!.... .. >wm.n>liil New York prnveuiciuH , u?u huui u?u? " ?? "??vvv w.7 Flushing and North Side Railroad, or lour boats daily C. B WILLIAMS, Whitest one, or 2t8 Canal st,New York inn ACRES AND 36 ACRER-BOTH ON CORNERS. 1UU near Milburn, Elizabeth and WesttU-ld; price Tery low ; wiU exchange for * real ESTATE TOEXCHANOE. A SPLENDID STORE AND TENEMENT PROPERTY, on leading avenue (paying over 10 per cent), to ex change lor near by ceuntry Property and somecasti. " THOMAS G. nOJBR, 986 Third avenue. FOR EXCHANGE-EIGHT ACRES, AT MAYVILLE. Cane Mav Court Hoase, New Jersey, 40 miles south or Vineland, 10 miles from Cape Island; location; fine bay and ocean view; ?ood?rattuwand a Piano or Merchandise taken in exchange.. Address JAMES McCARROLL. 87 East Fourth street. New York. FOR 8ALB OR EXCHANGE?A VALUABLE SLATE Quarry, with Buildings and Machinery, advantage ously located on two prominent railroads leading to Now York, Philadeinnla and the West; flattering Inducements witb vuilaings. jog state street, Boston. 17IOR KALE CHEAP?OR EXCHANGE FOR A CIT1 F House, a splendid Country Seat of 70 Hrtl ; one hour in Kuw Jersey near depot; fine buildings, fruits, Ac. in New jersey, kei|ly BROTHERS, 206 Broadway. "" real "estate wanted. TITAn'ted TO'PURCHASE?ABOUT 20 loth. with W * some water front, situated close to the city and suitable tor a factory. q ^ p BROWN, 90 Broadway, <fcO AHA WORTH OF goods AND VALUABLE $8,000 Patent for sale-Will exchange lor Farm small place near depot within forty miles; Brooklyn House or Lots. Apply at 84 Centra street. __ To TlVr i oK Ku KBB PDRP08E8. T TTENTION. NOW READY FOR OCCUPANCY, NEW FIRE PROOF BUILDING, FULTON, NASSAU AND ANN STREETS. ELEGANT OFFICES TO RENT IN THB ABOVE FIREPROOF, WELL LOCATED BUILDING, BEING IN CL08E proximity TO THE *CITY HALL, THE COURTS, THE POST OFFICE, AC.. AC. OFFICES SUITABLE FOR LAWYERS, BROKERS, BANKS, insurance COMPANIES, AC., AC., CAN BE HAD, SINGLY OR EN SUITE, OF ANY DESIRED SIZE, FROM 1UX12 FEET TO MX?7 FEBT, AT $300, *400, $800 AND UPWARD TO tl2,000, ACCORDING TO SIZE AND LOCATION. THE ABOVE BUILDING IS completely FIREPROOF, READY FOR OCCUPANCY, HEATED BY STEAM, AND HAS TWO FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ELEVATORS AND ALL MODERN IM provements. RENT OF SMALL OFFICES. Size. 2d Story. 3d Story. 4th Story. ?th Story. 19.10x23. ft *2.000 fl.Wd ?},?? ??.?? Iftx2l.fi 1,800 1.M0 U?> 14.ftx26.li 1.S0O l.NX) |.^J? ?.S8 iSS ?S }?! 19.1x39 3IXM 2,fl00 2,WW >.?*> Kk::::: ?J8 ifi >? Wtii ISoo IjS looo m 17x23.:;::::::: i,w*? KlxlH 600 41)0 3!"J ?wu INQUUUESJO BE MA^OT ^ ? PIMB STREET. "7 -BASEMENT TO LET. WITH ONE OF THE DRY A . ea-t and finest sub cellars I" the city ; 115 tret.deep and in perlcct order , also Store 6S Liberty street (2Sx70) between Hroadwuv and Liberty street. Applv to ARCH. JOHNSTON, No. to Cortlandt street, four doors from Broadway. A BAKERY TO LEASE OR FOR SAI.E-ON FIRST avenue, new Kitty tilth street; AO percent of Ipur chase money on mortgage. marknA street. A -SIXTH AVENUE. CORNER OF THIRTIETH . street. Floor and Cellar to let. suitable lor any re spee.table business. Apply at .'>8 West Thirtieth street, or 201 Second avenue. A HANDSOME STORE TO LET?WITH DWELLING Apartments, on Sixth avenue; rent $700; windows: also one largo Store on the best block on Mxtn avenue. Cull at once at'.W.i Sixth avenue. _ A VERY PLEASANT ANl> NKATI.Y FURNISHED front Basement, with small Room and closer, for llcht l u Inoss or housekeeping; hoase private; all im provements. Apply at 319 fc.aat Thirteenth street. Retcr ence required. ?? A FINE STORE AND CELLAR. 18ft SPRING STREET, suitable tor wine or liquor business or confection crv to let or lease ; also a Bakerv, at 4X9 First avenue; wili also sell either or both cheap, or exchange lor va cant lots. Applj at 305 Broome street. A RARE CHANGS is OFFERED TO A PARTY leasing, st once, n well located corn, r Store and Honse, now doing a well established ll'tnor trade, in RrookWn; Fixtures and Sleek for side Address for two dav-. stating where an Intervhvr ean l>e had for turtner Infiirmation, TRAFFIC, Herald office. No affents. AN ELEOANT LARGE NEW HOTEL FOR ItKNT? Splendid location: a rare chance to make money; owner would board with tenant. Address R. UOI.MKS, Orange. n-jjl . BROADW\Y - FIRST FI.OOR FRONT OFFICE WILL be rented cheap; immediate pos-ession. Apply per sonally to MORRIS SIMMONDS, Dramatic Mfcency, 009 Broadway, corner of Houston street. Manufacturers.?to lease, extensiveprrm Ises. contalnitw nearly tfl,iici) teet of tlooring. suita ble for muntitactitflUK purposes: situated close to Fourth avenue, in Ea?^Twfnty-second street. Apply to J. PURSSKLL, I'lo Broadway. ONE OR TWO FLOORS, ?ftX32 FI I'.T, WlTII OR wltliout power; Kgnu-u : rent low. No. 8tlan sevoort street, tpsi1. _ 0 0 N BROADWAY. First Slid Third Floors to let or lease. 4:vs Broadway, liquor store. FF1CFS to let- DIFFERENT KINDS. APPLY to J. W ASH 1 No I ON, S? Liberty street. CTEAM POWER AND LARGE AND SMALL ROOMS O lor light or heavy work, at red need rent, at Seventh avenue and Twenty-ninth street _ QTBAM POWBR,?LAR<? E AMI SM \ LL ROOMS; O good light and cheap rent; wood and Iron workers. Moulding Mill Machinery for sale eliesp s. M. WIIjSON, 404 Bleecker street. CJTORK ON BROADWAY, BETWEEN FRANKLIN and Cans! streets-First Floor snd Basement ot a store 2ft feet bv 17ft teet deep, all modern Improvements, good'light steam elevator, rear entrance lor shipping. AddreM LISPKNARD, Herald offico. ctorIi TO LKT-OS THIRD AVENUE, WITH TWO O fine show windows and Rnoms tor family; rent BBS 33 per month. Apply on premises, 1.1W0 Third avenue, near 110th street TO LET-I'ART OF WINDOW AND SOUTH SIDE Showcase for any light business, with inside space In store If necessary. 17".' Eighth avenue, TO LET?FIRST FLOOR OF HOUSE 6<J FOURTH iTcnup, opposite A. T. Stuwirt'*! miiUbw tor dentist, dressmaker, office or private taiuily. rro LET-TIIREE LA HUE LOFTS. -'.')XP*). RENT i $1 ,*4i i or the whole Building, rent >3.!i"0, on seven years' lease, near Broadway. Hft Walker street. ,P0 LET-A SPLENDID STORE, ALSO A FINISHED I Basement, both suitable tor business purposes. In 37 Siirinir street; several Rooms In 211, 21.1 and 21n Mott street Inquire at H.ink office, 20 Second avenue. TO LET-AT W GRAND STREET, THREE LOFTS, 1 well adapted for the impotiing trade. Inquire in the store. _ _ mp LEASE?IN EA I rWBNTY.THIRD STR1KT, A 1 flrai class Factory, with 10 horse power engine; suit able lor any biulncss. size five stories ;7Sxl0lt HINE, CoLF. .1 GRAY, 6W Sixth avenue. OTKAM POWER.?TO LKT. LARGR AND SMALL 0 Honiiw, with or without Power (wood worker"ini at the KiirvkA Marhlnt Carving WoTki, 04 hdu * ttiuion rpo LEASE?THREE FLOORS, FOR LIGHT MANU I inclining business, northeast corner ol Chatnam sauaru and 1 Tiver street Apply from 10 to 2 on the prstn iacs, or WILLIAM P. (JAVIiY, 34 Bleecker street. mo LEASE STORR, BACK rooms and k'Tciifn 1 all realty for immediate use as a restaurant, ra '-est Fortv-lourlb itreet, near Grand Central Depot. rortj ,0M,,",'^1LiJiAM P. GAVRY. J4 Bleecker street ^ PWBLIJHfl HOUgRI TO IET. Furnlaltcd. A &B8IDENCE, FURNISHED, BETWEEN fiVo ^ *<MM#on, areBuaa?M.I*7U; ?iteiuliiu. 15x18; parlors only turnUhed; rent tow. Apply at 26 East fiftieth ttTert, Ifom IU to 4. V' 7 A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP, NICELY FUR nishsd tioiuMj to rent; ha* all Improvement*; imme diate possession. Inquire on the premise*, 105 Last Twenty-fourth street, near Fourth avenue. No agents, TO LET-FURNISHED OR unfurnished, FOR three years,an elegant (our story brown stone House, cheap; parties going to Europe. Apply on premises at once, 62 East Sixty-first street, near Madison avenue. TO LET-A NEATLY furnished HOUSE, OR WILL rent Part to a private family; rent low to a desirable party. Apply at 120 West Forty fifth street. UnfteaUhedi rLET?A TWO STORY AND BASEMENT HIGH stoop House; all modern improvements. Inquire at 806 East Fifty-third street TO LET-COTTAGE 672 LEJINGTON AVENUE, NEAR Fifty-sixth street, three story and basement, 14 room*, heater, ranee, bath; all improvements: in complete or der- large yaril; will let for two years to a gaod tenant; f'JOO per annum. Inquiro on the premise*. TO LEASE?BROWN STONE HOUSE, FIRST CLASS, on Filth avenue, between 124th and 125th streets;

possession immediate. WILLIAM P. GAVBY, 34 Bleoker street. TO rbnt?TWO STORY AND basement FRAME House 206 East Fiftieth street, all improvement*, good order, 99U0; immediate possession. W. J. HARPER, 862 Third avenue. PlRliUHED rooms AND APARTMENTS TO leti Avery nicely furnished large front Room, with all conveniences: bath, gas, hot aud cold water; good neighborhood tor single gentlemen. S7 per woek. 15U Kust Forty-sixth street, between Lexing ton and Third avenues. ANBATLY furnished ROOM, TO GENTLEMEN only, with gas, hot and cold water. 104 West Twen tieth street, near Sixth avenue. An eleoant parlor floor, handsomely furnished, good and central location, private house, with water, giw, bath, Jtc., at very low rent, at 496 Hud son street, near Christopher. A FOURTH FLOOR SQUARE ROOM AND A SKC ond floor front hall Bedroom to let, furnished, to gentlemen only, without board, at 100 East Twenty?third street, corner or Fourth avenue. A handsomely furnished PARLOR FLOOR, for two gentlemen or gentleman and wife; also Rooms,en suite or singly, at Summer prices. Apply at 142 East Seventeenth street, near Irving place. A LARGE FRONT ROOM, NEWLY FURNISHED, TO let?With breakfast if desired; also oue hall Room; in private 'amlly; references exchanged. 241 West Twcnty-thira street . A LARGE furnished ROOM AND TWO SINGLE Rooms; also a front Room, with Bedroom attached, unfurnished. 44 Fourth avanue, opposite Bible House. A NEATLY furnished BEDROOM TO LET?FOR $3 per week, at 123 West Twenty-fourth street, room 2. A NICELY FURNISHED FLOOR TO LET-TO gether or separately, suitable for housekeeping; terms moderate. Call at 529 Eight!) avenue, second floor Elegant, large cool rooms, richly fur nished, to let, without board, to gentlemen, at Sum mer prices; all conveniences; location tirst class; prir vnte family. 21 West Ninth street, between Fltth and Sixth avenues.. 1I1LEOANTLY furnished BOOMS FOR GENTLE 'J men, without Board, at Summer prices, including hath. Ac.; reference re a ui red. 6si West Thirty-seventh street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Furnished.?a large room and two small Rooms, for housekeeping; $7 weekly, ?as and bath included; large Room for two gentlemen. S3 ear h; house private. 127 West Twenty-seventh street, near Sixth av. Furnished or unfurnished rooms to let.? Apply at 163 East Thirty-third street. Finely furnished rooms to let-in the new brown stone house (all improvements) Prospect place, comer of Forty-third street, between First ami second avenues. C1ENTLEMEN DESIRINO NEWLY furnished, X pleasant Rooms in a quiet neighborhood and one of the most central locutions iu the city, ami on very mod erate tenni, please call at 32 Groat Jones street, one block east ot Broadway, near the <1 rand Central Hotel; references exchanged. Handsomely furnished rooms to gentle. men, witln.ut board, or to* party fftr light house keeping, at 9$) Sixth avenue, near Thirty-fourth street. Handsome kloor to lei.?corker house-, overlooking Reservoir Park; very pleasant rooms; moderate rent. Apply at 697 Sixth avenue, corner of Fortieth street Handsomely furnished rooms-every thing new; gas bath, Ac.; Ninth ward. 101 Christo pher street. Hall bedroom, neatly furnished, house nearly private, to a single gentleman; terms very moderate. ISO West Twenty-fifth street. Nicely furnished rooms, without board ; terms moderate. 215 West Kit tecnth stroet. TO LET-A FIRST FLOOR OF A COTTAGE, FUR nlshed or unfurnished. 16 Barrow street. TO LET?A SUIT OF FIVE ROOMS, furnished. TO a party of gentlemen or a respectable family; all the modern improvements. Call at or address 531 Sixth av. TO LET?FURNISHED, FOR LIGHT HOUSKKEEP ing, one or two K??ms, In small quirt houset gas and water. S27 West Twenty-fourth street, near I.Mult av. 1 COLLEGE PLACE. IMKMKR OF BARCLAY STREET, two blocks trom the new Post office.?Rooms to let, furnished; terms $2 to $3 per week. Inqaire on second floor. 2 VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS CONNECTING ON first floor; handsomely furnished; two on second and one on third at Summer rates; gentlemen only. 126 West Twenty-second street. 7 WEST fourteenth STREET.?FOR GENTLEMEN, without boiird. furnished Rooms, back Parlor, second floor; also Bedrooms; Summer rates. U NEWARK STREET. IIOBOKKN, ONE BLOCK from ferry.?Neatly furnished front Roorti to let to a young man desiring the comforts of a home. Terms moderate. C)C) BOND STREET.?A LARGE furnished ROOM, tor gentleman and wile, tor light Housekeeping, or tor two young men; also an attic Room, lor light house keeping'; rents from $S to $6. 27 WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET.?A L VRGE I second Kloor, furnished, near the St. James Hotel; alio, twosingle Rooms; releretieesexchanged. i GREAT JONES STREET. NEAR BOWERY.?A ? ) r tew handsome .m l newly fitted up Rooms to let, to respectable gentlemen. fTQ LPXINOTON AVENUE, COHMER* TWENTY ? )0 fifth street.?Handsomely furnlsl e.l front Rooms on second floor, also Parlor Floor, to let, without Board, in private family; references exchanged. "I OA EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.?II ANDSO.M E Iv furnished Rooms to rent. OH7 W h ST TWENTY-FOl BTH STREET.?HAND Ld\' I sotnely furnished Rooms to let?To single gen tleinen, or gentlemen and their wives; neighborhood first i-Iosm; small family s moderate prices; reference! exchanged. 99 L wkst twenty-ninth street, near sev *r cnfli avenue.?Two furnished Bedrooms to let, to gentlemen; terms reasonable. 0/?9 west TWENTIETH street. near ninth avenue, one block from Elevated Railroad sta tion.?In a strictly private family, four furnished Rooms, singly or en suite, to gentlemen. VXFVnHlVHBD rooms a \ o APAIIT KBRTI TO LIT. V- To LET, FI'RNISIIED, ONE BLOCK FROM Kiith avenue ami below the Contral Park, one of the handsomest und most complete French Flats over erected on this continent; nine large rooms, all llchted; rent moderate; a strictly first class family only need ap ply at U93 Si xtli avenue. AT 122 THIRTEENTH street. near FOURTH avenue?Five Rooms on second floor, admirably fit ted for housekeeping; modern Improvements, hII "con veniences on siinie floor; rent $35. Apply in store. ?t PART OF A THIRD FLOOR-IN A PRIVATE 1\ house, to rent 238 East Thlrty-elRliHi street. A FLOOR TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY; GAS ami bath. 310 East Twenty-first street. A IIANHSOME CORNER FLAT of.' "NINE LARGE rooms, below the Park and within one block of Filth avenue; also one oictght rooms, all llulited: strictly on the Continental plan; small, first class families, offlcc Sixth avenue. Open from S A. M. to 8 P. M. VLfif PRIVATE FAMILY, OCCUPYING A FIRST cf.A>-;S house, will let, unfurnished, the Second Floor, con sisting ot ft rooms, hath, Ac., at I0Vg West Twenty second street. Am FIRST CLASS BASEWEVT FLOOR, ALSO SCITS ot two to six Rooms; extra conveniences; also fine store, with Dwelling, 80 feet deep. Apply to owner. 64 West Tenth street. Ijll/>ORS TO LET-IN .11 AND LEWIS STREET; 1 rent $lfl and $20. Inquire iu store, or at Bank office, 20Second avenue.. Part of HOUSt TO LRT?TO SMALL FAMILY; only one family in house; reterencc required. In quire at" 63 West Forty-fourth street, between 12 atid 2 o'clock. Parlor floor and basement to let-su Grand street, five rooms. Apply on premises; rent $32 per month. TO LET?A NICE FLOOR, IN A FINE PRIVATE house, finest location, to a small family; rent $.'15. Inquire on premises, No. 4 Beekmiin place, between Forty-ninth und Fiftieth streets. East River. rro LET-APARTMENTS, Of; THREE ROOMS, IN THE I new house. 12:1 East Forty-fourth street, near the Grand Central l>cnot, at rents to suit. WILLIAM P. OAVKY, 34 Bleecker street. rpOLET?Al.TltG E FRONT ROOM, IN A PRIVATE 1 iitnily, wiiIrall the modern Improvements. 40 South Washington square. TO LET?IN 90# BAST ELEVENTH STREET, NEAR Second avenue. 4 large. hand onie Rooms; gas and watir; rent $21, Inquire at the owner's, on the premises. rpo LET?ON THIRD AVENUE, ROME handsome 1 French Flats, with all Improvements; First Flat, $25; Second. $'i2; Third. $1". Apply on premises, 1,9(<6 Third avenue, near I lotn slreef. r 4 E A ST TWENTIETH STREET.?A RARE ?)*~r chance.? A lady, with small lamilv, no boarders or children, will rent some beautiful Rooms; finest loca tion in the city ; cars ot Fourth nvcnuu und Twentieth street; Summer price* H i\rt NINTH AVENUE. ?TO LET, FOUR LIGHT | UO Rooms, Sitting Room, Kitchen and two Red rooms, with stationary wash tubs. Apply at 708 Ninth avenue, between Forty-eighth and Fortyninth street*. 9 TB*o??^?^^n.KMA1nittWdl|V, *??, at a Captain C. u?bicbj.*n.. tor ^.^V^Yiy mouth, Lona?n' UWng P*^B^chirtSw??wl U??Mr&cond Cabla, $71 ?p?"g s sssagSfcsu DIRECT LINE TO PRANCE. 0NLY L1?? gBNBBAIi TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'8 M^L STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE. CALLING AT BRKdT. .i?rJT. ,P1?P<>M ve**el* mi this favorite route for the Con lows L trom P??r No. W North River, aa toi v}m"f SfiHirBB't Saturday, May SI pLmmpp HAYRB, hurraont Baturctuy, June 14 Er^ inafcrnf? Saturday. June :'8 8T. LAURENT, Lemarle Saturday, July 12 PBICB OF PASSAGE IN QOLD /Including wine) . JO BREST OR HAYRK. ^ First Cabin, $125: Second Cabin, $70. Excursion Ticket* at reduced rale-. These steamers do not carry steerage paaacnger*. American travellers going > or returning irom the Continent of Europe, by taking this tine, avoid both transit bv English railway and the dtacomiort* of crossing tne Channel, besides saving time, trouble and expense. GEOROE MACKENZIE. Agent, 56 Broadway. NOTE.?Railroad Tickets between Paris and Vienna at induced rarv-s. INMAN LINE. For Queenstown and Liverpool. Royal Mail steamer* are appoiuteil to sail as follow*:? CITY OF ANTWERP Saturday, May 24, 2 P. M. CITY OF LIMERICK Thursday, May 28, 8 A. M. CITY OF LONDON Saturday, May SI. 9 A. M. CITY OF NEW YORK Thursday, June fi, 1 P. M. CITY OF I'ARIH Saturday, June 7, 2 P. M. CITY OF BALTIMORE Thursday, June 12. 7 A. M. and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier U North River. RATES OF PASSAGE. Cabin. $85 and $100, gold, according to accommodation. Round trip tickets at low rates. Steerage?To Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, London derry, London, Bristol or Cardiff, $30. Prepaid certifi cates, $82, currency. Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Paris, at reduced rates. Dralta Issued at lowest rates. For cabin passage and general busiuest apply at the company's office, 18 Broadway. For steerage passage at 3.1 Broadway. JOHN O. DALE, Agent, or to 0'Doman.L A Faulk. 402 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. M. s. Crkaob, 103 state street, Boston. F. C. Baoww, 86 South Market street, Chicago. Wm. Ink in, Liverpool, and No. 9 Rue Scribe, Paris. North german lloyd steamship company. tor Southampton and Bremen. The steamship BREMEN, Captain H. Schulenburg, will sail on Wednesday, May 28, at 2 P. M., irom Hremen pier, foot ol Third street, Honokon. to be followed by steamship MAIN, Captain K. von Oterendorf, on .-aturday, May 31. Rates ot passage to London, Havre and Bremen, paya ble In gold, or its equivalent in currency First cabin $120 Socond cabin 72 Steerage 30 For freight or passage apnlv to OELRICHS A CO., Agents, No. 2 Bowling Groen. National line of steamers. Wceklv to Queenstown and Liverpool; fortnightly to London direct. TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, ? from piers 44 and 47 North Klver. SPAIN. Grace Saturday, May 24. at S P. M. FRANCE, Grigs Wednesday, May 28, at 3 P. M. ITALY, Thomson 8aturd*y, May 31, at 8:30 A. M. GREECE, Thomas Saturday, June 7, atl P. M. EGYPT, Grogan Saturday, June 14, at 8 A. M. CANADA, Webster Saturday, June21,atl P. M. FOR LONDON DIRECT. HOLLAND, Bragg Tuesdav, June 3, at 10 A. M. THESE STEAMSHIPS ARK THE LARGEST IN THE TRADE. Cabin passage-^80, $90 and 100, currency. Excursion? $160 and $IS0. Steerage, $29, currency. Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol or London, CHEAPER THAN BY ANY OTHER LINE. For farther Information apply at the company's office, 69Broadway. P. W. J. HUR8T\ Manager. FOR CARDIFF, BRISTOL, LONDON AND ALL OTHER point* in Englaud and Wales. The South Wales Atlantic Steamship Company's new, first class steamships will sail irom Pennsylvania Rail road wharf, Jersey City, as follows :? PEMBROKE May 28 GLAMORGAN June IS CABIN AND STEERAGE PASSENGERS. First cabin $7ft aiid $*?curency. Second cabin $55 currency. Steerage $'<0 currency. Prepaid steerage Certificates from Cardiff, $33 currency, limits for ?1 and upwards. For lurther particulars, apply to ARCHIBALD BAXTER A CO., Agents. 17 Broadway, New York. (1ABIN PASSENGERS FOR STEAMSHIP PEMBROKE ) to Cardiff on 28th inst. will be convcvcd on board by tug steamer, leaving barge office, Whitehall, near South ferrv, at 2 P. M. ot that day. A few eligible berth* by above steamship still discngiuced. Apply to ARCHIBALD BAXTER 4 CO., Agents, 17 Broadway. ^TATE LINE. TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL, BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY. VIRGINIA SAILS JUNE 11, from the company's dock, Fulton terry, l rooklvn. SUPERIOR PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION'S. Cabin, $80 and $60, gold j steerage, $30, currency. DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE. For freight or passage apply to AUSTIN BALDWIN * CO., Agents, Steerage office 45 Broadway. 7- Broadway. _ UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.-STEAM TO QUKENf? town and Liverpool. Sailing everv Wednesday. IDAHO, Captain Morgan May28, at 3 P. M. MINNESOTA, Captain I'renninti. >unc 4, at noon from tiler 48 North River. Cabin passage, $80 gold : steerage, $30 currency. Prepaid tickets, $32 currency. Passengers booked to and irom Paris, Hamburg, Nor way and Sweden, Ac. Drafts Oil Ireland. England, Francc and Germany, at lowest rates. Appl v to WILLIAMS & GUION, 29 Broadway. (^unard~line7 J The British and North American Royal Mail Steamship*, between New York anil Liverpool, culling at Cork Harbor. Fl.'OM NEW \ OUK. ?JAVA WED., Mav 28 I PA It HI IA ... .SAT., May SI ?CUBA WED., June 4 SAMAIUA ......AT.. June 7 ?SCOTI A WED., June 11 I ABYSSINIA . .SAT.. June 14 ?ALGERIA...WED.,June 1H I HATAVIA SAT.. June 21 ?IIUSS1A WE D., June 2f> | C A LA K RIA... SAT., J u tie 23 Steamer* marked thus*do not carry *teoragc pas-en gCT*. And every following Wednesday and Saturday from ^ RATES OF PA88AGF. Cabin?$90, $100 and $13", gold, according to accouimo tinn. Ticket* to Paris, $15, ?:old, additional. Return tickets oil favorable terms. Steerage, $30, currency. Steerage tickets from Liverpool and Queenstown, and all parts ol Europe, at lowest rales. For freight and cabin i assage applv at the Company1* ofllt e. No. 4 Howling Green. For steerage lussage, 111 Broadway (Trinity ituiUllngj. CII MtLES O. FRANCKLYN, Agent, or to P. II. DU VEItNBT, corm r Clark and Randolph streets, Chicago, III. \\T iiite star line! V> FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, CARRYING TIIE UNITED STATES .MAIL. New and full powered steamships. sailing from New York on Saturdays, iroin Liverpool on Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbour cac'i way. BALTIC Saturday. May 31, atX:.',0A. M. CELTIC Suturdiiy, Jun 7, at - P. M. OCEANIC : June 1*. at 7:30 A. M. ADRIATIC June 28, at 7 A. M. ?From the White Star dock, Pavonin terry, Jersey City. Passenger accommodations tor nil clasncs unrivalled, combining sofety, speed and comfort. Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms In midship section, where least motion Is felt. Surgeons and stewardess accompany the steamer. Rates?Saloon, $100, gol<l: s c. rage, $30in currency. Those wishing to send for friends in the Old Country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $32cur rency. Passengers booked to or from nil parts of America to Paris. Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China. Ac. Dralt* from ?1 upwards. For inspection of plans and other informnt!on apply at the company'* office, 19 Broadway, N'ew York Bills ot lading is tied to font iueutal ports. J. H. SPARKS, Agent. VTOR8E AMERICAN STEAMSHIP CO. St nra to London. The new first class full powered Norwegian steamship HAKON ADELSTEEN, A. W Mnller, Commander, will lenvc Tlnrbcok siores. Brooklyn, on Tuc*4ay, May 27, for the abovo port. Passage?Cabin, $ is currency; Steerage, $31 currency. For treiglii or pussai e, apt.iv to PUNCH. EDYE A CO., 27 South William street. t NCHOR LINE. .?A Steal i liners sail from pier 20 North River. New York, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. TRINACR1A .Wed., May 28 AUSTRALIA.. Sat., Jm 14 CALIFORNIA..Hat.. MajrSl COI.UM HI A.. Wed.. June IH CALEDONIA.Wed., June 4 VICTORIA Hat., June 21 INDIA Sat.,.lone / ASSYRIA Wed..June 2ft OLYMPIA . Wed., June 11 ANGLIA 8at., June 28 The passenger accommodations on steamers of this line are unsurpassed lor elegance and comiort. cabin itate rooms are all on upper deck, thus securing good light and veutiUtten. RATES OF PASSAGE TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamers. Weduc*d*y steamer*. Gold Currency. Cabins $75 and $?5 $75 and $?;o Cabin return ticket*, *ecur Ing best accommodation*.. $130 $130 STEERAGE, $30 CURRENCY. Tickets for passage to or from any seaport or railway Mtalion In Great Britain, Ireland or the Continent issued at lowest rates. .m DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATKS. Company's offices. No. 7 Bowling Green. New York. HENDERSON BROTHERS, Ag. nts Just published. "The Trip to Earope," n inaga/.ino of information tor ocean traveller*; can be had free of charue on application. N. B.?California sail* 10 A. M., Mav 31. ^XTRA "STEAMER j GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL AND LONDONDERRY. ANCHOR line. Owing to the unprecedented demand for cabin passage by their steamers, will despatch their elegant new fteam ship ITALIA, May 31. from pier 2i North River, at noon. TM" stonmer has very superior accommodation fcr saloon passengers. Cabin passage, $75; Return Tickets, $130; payable In currency. HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agent*, No. 7 Bowling Green. T.M'ROP; AN TRAVELLERS-WILL FIND TRUNKS JPj for staterooms and Continental travel, Chnlrs and Eui,h lor tbe steamer*, Ac., at JOHN CATTSACH'S, 7 W Broadway, near Astor i?lnco (removed Irom corner Broad way and Mall street.) TTTNITED STATES PASSPORT" BUREAU.?OFFICIAL I Pns-.porls of the Department of S,ate Issued by A. C. WILLM ART1I, United Stale* Court House, 41 Cham bers street. _________ /I A35B'S VIRN.XA TOURS, WITH OPTION OF "T Roate*,?4'lreuiar tickets from Liverpool or Queens town, via London, by short sea passage to Vienna aad back, visiting Paris, strasburg. Brnssel*. Berlin, Munich, the Rhine and all chief points of Central Europe. GAZh 8 hotel coupons for principal cttle* ol Kurope. Atlantic passages secured by any line of steamships. OAJ6E 8 Aui?rlcau ofllcv, So. I Bvwllng Green. New York. ErROPRAN NTKAMNmM. /BOOK'S TOURS TO IRELAND. SCOTLAND AND^KNO. \J land, over 100 route*; Cook'* Tour* to Kwlirerlan4 m l the Rhine. nearly 100 route*; Cook'* Tour* to Vienna. 1??- in number: Cook * Tour* to Italy, 73 routes; Cook's Tours >tound the World, at reductions ranging irom 101* 45 per cent below ordinary fare*, the traveling tickets la sued enabling one or more passengers to travu any day by any train, steamer or diligence. Cook's personally conducted lour to Vienna, Venice, Kome, Switzerland ana Paris, nailing per steamer Canada, June 'it, 9MU, gold, alt txpenses. Full particulars in Cook's Excursionist, 10c. COOK, SON * JENKINS, 262 Broadway, and Fleet street, London. UNITED STATES PASSPORT AOENCY?A. T. WELCH, late Chief of Passport Bureau, Depart ment ot State, Washington, D. C. Agent, 294 Broadway. COASTWISE (STEAMSHIPS. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE TO CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA, VU PANAMA C.VRRYINO MAILS, PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT TO ASPINWALL PANAMA, SANTA MAKTHA, ORE*. TOWN AND PACIFIC COAST OF MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERICA. PERU and CUILR. May 31?Steamer HENKY CHAUNCEY, Captain A. O. Gray, will leave pier No. 42 North River, at 1J o'clock noon, tor Aspinwall direct, connecting at Panama with tho steamer ARIZONA, Captain Austin, lor San Fran cisco, touching at Acapulco and San Diego, snd also con necting lor all Central American and Souih Pacific port*. Departure* of 10th and frith each month irom New York connect with this Company's steamer, touching at San Benito, Tonato, ha Una Cruz and Port Angel. The Com. pany'x splendid steamer COSTA RICA will leave Han Francisco on or about Juno 24 for Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. One of the Company's Steamers will leave Ban Fran cisco May SI. 187A for Japan and China. For rates of Sausage, freight and all further information apply at ompany's office on the pier, foot ot Canal street. SPECIAL NOTICE.?Steamer HBNKY ACH'a1^C*T will leave pier 42 North River, 12 o'clock nooft Saturday. May 31, 1873, lor Aspinwall. F. R. HABY, Agent SAMANA-FOR PUERTA PLATA. 8AMANA AND ST. Domingo City. The United States mail steamship RAPlDAN, Captain Carpenter, will leave on Wednes day. May 28, at 3 P. M. Bills of exchange on Puerta Plata, Samana and St. Domingo City, in suns to soil purchasers, for sale. For Ireight or passage apply to SPOFFORD BROTHERS A CO., _____ 2# Broadway. NEW YORK AND BERMUDA STEAMSHIP LINB. For Hamilton and St. Oeorge, Bermuda, carrying the United States Mails, and sailing as follow*:? Steamship HATTERAS, Lawrence, master, Thursday. May V, at 3 o'clock P. M., from pier 37 North ttiver. steamship ALBKM vRLE, Read,' master, Thursday. Junes, at 3o'clock P. M.. Irom pier 37 North River. For Ireight or passage, having elegant accommoda tion.-, apply to LVNT BROTHERS, 28 South (treat. Passage, $30 gold. Excursion tickets Issued for the round trip at SS0 sold. Atlas steamship company. Mail serricc for West Indies, Havana, Venezuela and Spanish Main. The company's iron screw steamers are appointed to Bail as follows (loading berth pier 12 North River):? For Havana direct MANDINQO. Captain Spenoe. 28th inst For Turk's Island, Jumaica and Savanilla. CLAR1BKL. Captain Rayley, 31st inst For ilayti and Veue/uula. ARIEL (1,200 tons), 5th June. For freight and passage apply to PIM, FORWOOD M CO., General Agents, 86 Wall street and 59 Pine street. Direct line to Havana, Progreso and Vera Cruz. New York and Mexican Mail Steamship line, leftvlnf pier No. 3 North River, at 3 P. M., EVERY THURSDAY. CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) May ? CITY OF ME RID A (Havana only) June ? CLEOPATRA (Havana and Mex co) June 12 CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) June 19 For Ireight or passage apply to F. ALEXANDRE & SONS, 33 Broadway. N EW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE. These first class steamships will sail every Tuesday at 3 P.M., from pier Li North River (loot of Cedar street), lor Havana direct, as follows:? COLl MBIV Tuesdav, Muv27 WILMINGTON Tuesday. June 3 MORRO CASTLE Tubs lav. June 1# Supplementary mail on pier at a quarter to three P. M. on day of sailing. For freight or passage (having magnificent accommo dations) apply to WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO., No. 8 Bowling Green. D. McKELLER Agent In Havana. Texas line.-for galveston, touching at Key West, carrying the United States Mai'.? Steamer CLYDE Captain Kennedy, will leave pier 20 East River, Saturday, May 31, at 3 P. M. Through bills of hiding given to Hotision and all points on the Galveston, Hous ton and Henderson and B. B. and C. R. R. No charge for forwarding in New York. For freight or passuge, having superior accommodations, apply to C. H. M alloky ft CO., 153 Maiden lane, or W. P. CLYDE, 119 Wall street FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. The Cromwell Steamship Line. The steamship OEORGE WASHINGTON, Captain V. 9. Quick, will leave pier No 9 Nortn River on Saturday, Mav 31, 1873, at 3 P. M. Freight received daily. Through rat?*s given to Galveston, lndianola, Rockfortor Arauzas wharf Brazos, Santiago und St. Louis. Cabin passage. #50; steerage. $25. For Ireight or pas sage apply to CLARK Jt SEAMAN, 86 West ttrcet T.10R NEW ORLEANS DIRECT, r MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE. The steamship GENERAL MEADE. from pier 38 North River (loot of North Moore street), on Saturday, May 31. at 3 o'clock P. M. Freight received dally. Through rates elven to 9fc Louis, Vickshurg, Mobile, Galveston and ludianola. For freight or pa-sage. having superior accommoda tions, apply to FRRDERIC BAKE It. 30 Broadway. OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. Southern Line. The svamer CITY OF DALLAS. Captain Jones, wifl leave pier 19 Fast River, Wednesday, Miy 28, at 4 P. M. Freight received daily. Through rates given to Galves ton, lndianola, Rockport ftr Arnnza* Wharf, Brazos San tiago and St. Louis. Cabin passage, ti'i, steerage, (23. tor freight or passage, having superior accommodation*, apply to C. II. MALLORY A CO., 153 Maiden lane. F FOR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.-THE Old Dominion Steamship Company will despatch from pier 37 North River their elegant sVewheel steam ship WYANOKE, Couch commander, for Norfolk, City I'oint and Richmond, on Tuesday, May 27, at:i P. M., giv ing through hills ol lading to all points vouth and South west Through passenger tickets issued to ail points. Ac commodations uiii'i|uailed. Apply at pier 37, or at the general oflicc, 187 Greenwich street, corner of I)ey. c TRAVEL.IjKRS' <1II11?E CITIZENS' LINE FOR TltOY?PASSAGE $150.-TUB j elegant steamboat* SUNNYSIDE and POWELL leave pier 49 North River, foot of Leroy street, daily (Saturdays excepted), at 6 o'clock P. U., connecting with morning trains on Rensselaer and Saratoga, New York Oeptral and Troy and Boston railroads for all points North, East and West. The most direct rou'o to Sarato ga, Like George and Montreal. Through ticket* sold and baggage checked to destination. JOSEPH CORNELL, Superintendent. 1/ALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON, r via Newport and Fall River. The world-renowned steamers BRISTOL and PROVI. DI NCK leave pier 28 North River, foot ol Murray street, dally (Sundays cxceptcdi at 5 P. M. A. P. BACON, Superintendent PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Trains lenve New York, from foot of Desbrosscs and Cortlamtt street*, us follow- :? Express for ilarrlsburg, Pittsburg, tho West and South, with Pullman l'nlacc Cars attached, 9:'i') A. M., 5, 7 and 8:30 P. M. Sunday, 5, 7, 8:31 P. M. For Baltimore. Washington and the South at 9 A. M., 1,9 P. M. Snnday, 9 P. M. Express for Philadelphia. 8, 9, 9:30 A. M.. 12:V), I, 1,11 8:30, 9 P. M., and 12 night. Sunday, ft. 8: to and 9 P. ST. For Philadelphia, via Kensington, at 7 A. M. cnd I P. M. Emigrant aim second class, 7:15 P. M. For Newark, at 6, 6:31, 7, 7:M, 8:10, 9, 10, 11, 11 :40 A. M.; 12, 1. 2, 9:30 3, .1:20, 3:4J. 4:10, 4 :!n, 5:11, 5:20, 5:K), 5 8, 6:10, 6:10.7, 7:30, 8:10, 9, 10, 11:10, 12 P. M. Sunday, 5:21), ?, 8:10, 9 P. M For Elizabeth, 6. 6:30, 7, 7:K>, 8, 8:I0, 9,10, 11. 11 :I0 A. M.; 12 M.; 12 :.f?. 1. 2, 2 :.U 3, 3:20, 3:KI, 4, 4:10, 4:1), 5:20. 5:J0, 5:50, 6. <1:10, 63J, 7:.'H, 8:10, 10, 11:30, 12 P. M. Sun dny, 5:20, 6 and 8:10 p. M. For ltnhway,6, 6:30, 7, 8:10. 930 and 10 A. M.; 12 noon; 1. 2. ':30, 3, 3:20, 3:10, 4:10, 4 :t0. 5:211, 530, 5:V), 6, 7:30, 8rtt>, ti? P. M. and l? 'li^ht. ftnmlay, 5:2.) an I it P. M. For Woodhrldge and Perth Amboy, 6 and 10 A. M., 2:WL 3 ;4iV, 4:30 and 5:50 P. M. For New Brunswick, 7. l'> A. M., 12 M., I. .1, 4 -.V\ 5:2), 8, 9 P. M. and 12 night. Sunduy ?> and 9 P. M. For East Millstone, 7 A. M , 12 noon, 4:10 and 5:20 P, M. For Lamhertvlllc and Fleiiimgion, 9 A. M and 2 P. M. For I'nillipsl.tirg and Belvtdere. 2 und 4 P. M. Accommodation lor Bordeiitown. Htirling nn nnd Cam den, 7 un 1 9: to V. St., 12:30,2,3, 4 ami tt I*. M. For Freehold, 7, 8 A. M., 2 an l I P. M. For Jamesburg, Pemherton, Camden, (5 A. M., and, via boat trom Pier So. 1, 3:4'i P. M Trains arrive as follow-:?From Pittsburg, 3 OA. M., 1:01 P. M., dally, 10:14 A. M. and 0:<4 P. M? < ally, except Monday From Washington and Baltimore, 6:40 A. M., 4:51. 10:12 P. M.; Sunday, fl:f) A. M. From Philadel phia. 5 31, 6:?I; 10:14, II i)l, ll:MA, M., 2:14, 3:51, 8:f.( P. M.; Huhda.v, 5:21, 6:50, (l : ?? A. M. Ticket ofilers, 326,'435. 271 and 914 Broadway. No. 1 Astor House and loot ol Desbrosscs and Cort an.lt street*. Emigrant Ticket office, No. 8 Battery place. A. J. CASSATT. 1?. M. BOYD, Jr.. General Minarer. General Passenger Agent. KXCUKMIOXS. LVIR PHILADELPHIA VIA LONG Bit'.Nf'II-FARP r reduced to $2 -5; steamers PLYMOUTH ROCK and LONG BRANCH leave pier 28 North River at 930 A. M. 1 .40 and 4 P. M., connecting with trains of NEW JF.RSEV SOUTHERN RAILROAD. G. W. BENTLEY, General Manager. rlOVKRNOR'8 ISLAND OPEN TO VISITORS.?TMD T new and elegant steam yacht GOVERNOR'S ISLAND leave* Custom House pier, in the Battery, dailj (Mtiidays Included), every even hour, for Govtraor'l Island. Music by the band in tho afternoon*, followed bj dress parade. HONDOUT AND KINGSTON. LANDINO AT COZZKN3' Cornwall, Newhurif, Marlborough, Milton, Pough kc psie and Esopus.?The Rteaiobouls THOMAS COB NELL and JAMES W. HALDW IN luave Harrison street pier S4 North Ktrmr, dally, at 4 i'iIwW. i. ARLEM STEAMBOAT NOTICE. SUMMER a"rRANGEMENT. II Commencing May 12, 1871. H*rleni boats leave Peck slip (pier 21 East RlvetO lot Harlem every half hour, from 6 30 A. M. until 7 P. M . ev ccptlng 11 A. M., 12 30and 2 P. M., Iiin ling at l.lcventh Eighty-fourth, Astoria, I'Wtn and 120th streets. N. M.?So' time Cable where bo?* land. J. I-. I AM,M an, superintendent STEAMBOATS PLEASANT VaLLEV AND FORT l.F.B to let, for excurRion*. Apply to C. IJOLLENBECK A CO.. 26 South ftrcet. rpilK NEW JERSEY SOUTHERN KAJLROAD COM 1 pany call attention to their extraordinary facilities t'ot the accommodation ol Excursion Parties (he coining sen ton. With their steamers PLYMOUTH ItocK, LONG BRANCH and JESSE ll'iYT ami their elenallt new Ex cursion llonse *nd twenty acres ol adioinlng land at Long Branch, they *re prepared to make engagement* witll churches, tcliool*, societies, Ac., lor large or -in id p irties, at lew rates. Send lor circular. G. W. HfcNfLEV. General Manager. 120 Broadway, New Vork. _ " J. Sdsn**, Superintendent, l^mg Branch. N. J. TO Cll ARTER?8A LOON STEAM KR WYOMINO: barge* Sarah Smith, Calcdonht. Republic and Bald win. Oriental Grove, Eugle*wood, V xeelslor lark Sieamlioat* *uch a* detired. 3i83 West ttreet, opposit* ChrUtopher Itrry. H. B. CROBshrT.

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