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

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 10, 1873 Page 2
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? crrr muu, wtato fow 9*t*m CcatnL ANEW FOUR STORY H10H STOOP BROWN STONE front Hour*; cabinet rtnish: Dim location ; cheap, 00 easv terms; possession. Apply i>n promises, M but 8I*V-Hr*t street, near Madison avenue. ATTENTION I? KTOK BROWN SToNR HOUSE. NEAR Lexington avenue. $14,000; another $l:i,000. elegant block on Orand Bonlcvard, below Ninetieth street, with first clam Mansion j mult ho sold Immediately. LIONEL KKOEH LlCH. Third avenue, corner Piltieth street I>OR SALE? HOUSE NO. U WEST FIFTY-THIRD ?treat, first class; rosewood parlors, mirror*. 4c. Ap ply on premises. or to owner, No. 318 West Forty-?txih st. IpOB BALE ? NO. 2ft EAST SEVENTY- FOURTH 1 afreet, between Fifth and Madison avenues, a supe rior (till -hi /.I'd new brawn stone trout house, UixflOx IU2. price $0&,UUU; two-thirds can retnain on bond and mort gage. GEORGE HOWKS, J17 Wall street_ I TOR HALE? FOUR STORY HIGH BTOOP BROWN stone House, at a great b .main to a prompt buyer; ?ear Central Fork and Sixtieth street, mest he sold. Apply at *> West Kourty-Uiird street. Brokers need not applj^ _ Madison avenue, southwest corner fifty elgbth street -Five lots, 320 feot from Fifth avenue, entrance into Central Park, all exca^ afcd ; lOOxlSSO feet; will be sold tog. titer tor public build inn, or singly Iu a) to 86 feot lots, to suit buyers, at extremely moderate rate*. V. k. STEVENSON, Jr., i?o. II Pine street AlQ A/Wk FOR TORE 8 STORY HIGH 8TOOP sPlO.UUU brlek House, on Eighty- filth street, near 1 ark avenue; 26x4txlOQ.S ; (treat bargain. BELLAMY BUOS., No. 1>X Pine street East Mcle. A HOUSE FOR SALE-ON NINETEENTH STREET, near Third avenue ; only $3,000 cadh ; a House lor sal* ou corner ot Fifty -eiRhtb street and Lexington avenue; ?7,0iUce?h; House ou Twentieth street and Sec ond avenue; oniv $>.1,000 cash. A i;reat many more Houses given away at the cheap Real Kstate Oflice. HYLANO, 312 Ku.st Nineteenth street. L-tOlt BALE? IS OAK BTBBBT. 29.3x177.9. FOR PAR r ticulnrs, Ac., apply to WARREN I. HITCH, 58 Ann street Ij'OR SALE? A SECOND AVENUE FOUR STORY AND I basement House, below Eighth street, MxiOxlSA; in perlect order; newly painted and trescoed ; all the mo dern improvements; piazza, conservatory, garden house, icehouse and brick wine cellar ; price tSl.SOO; $25, u>0 or more can remain on mortgage. Anply to L. J. CARPEN TER, 20 Third avenue, BllTie House. IfOR SALE? ON OOUVERNEUR STREET, A FIVE story double new Tenement House und 2ft loot tliree story rear House ; three stores in the building ; rents tor $ 2,'j00, all lor $22,000: $10,000 morttfago. Itaat Nin HYLANO, SM East Nineteenth street H OU8E AND LOT FOR SALE-78 SUFFOLK, NEAR Broome street Apply on the premise*. West siltle. A BLOCK OF LOTS. NEAR MOUNT MORRIS WILL be sold this week, ?t a saortflue ol $00,000; cosh wanted. HOWELL A HURST, 021 Third avenue. A ?FOR SALE CHEAP? A FINE TURKS STOEY A< brown stone high stoop House, No. ISO West Twenty-sixth street between Sixth and Seventh avenues, iu first class order, inquire of CUFF A FAity UHARSON. Real Estate Airents, 111 West Thirty -sixth street CI BNTKEL THREE STORY HRIOK, 18X40X65, WITH T improvements, south of West Fifty -third street; healthy, pleasant neighborhood, $:>,M0; also five story Tenemeut. well rented, 25x60x141. 49 rooms; easy terms. See TREADWELL, 63ft West Fifty-second street. 8TH OR CENTRAL PARK AVENUE, CORNER I0JD street.? The four cheapest l.ots for sale lacing Cen tral Park; uninterrupted views; tine present aim iin taiense future value. Apply to V. K. STEVENSON, Jr., 11 Pine street /117 WEST SEVENTY-FIRST STREET? BKAUTI TT I fully located, uear Boulevard ; possession when desired; ruut $80 ; price $2U,U00; easy terms. Apply at Traders' Savings Bank, West Twenty third street. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO LET. JJKRALD BRANCH OFFICE-BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONO ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, | CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. on Sunday From j to j p. *. I ARRIERS AND AOENT8' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. j A GREAT BARGAIN.? FARM 140 ACRES, 90 MILES 1 from New York, 3 miles from station ; tiO acres under { c ultivation, balance good timber ; soil rich and free from ' stoue; land level; new tram* house, 7 rnimi; good barn: ' stone stabling; hog bouse, corn crib, blacksmith shop, Ac. ; splendid orchard, 100 frees; line siream running through property ; price $ft,:VK) ; terms easy. rlURSON A STILLMAN, Kust Stroudshttrg, Pa. A BARGAIN? WILLOUGHBY STREET, CLOSE TO City Hail, handsome, three story brick House, 11 rooms and .cellar; most improvements; pcrlfcet order; price $6,20i. W. Ct'OK, JTS Washington street, Brooklyu. IiH)R BALE OR TO LEASE? ONE OK THE MOST DE sirable Places in Oranee ; all modern Improvements; terms to suit. B. U. WEBTC< >TT, No. 7 Park place. IfOR SALE OR LF.ASR-A LAKOR HOUSE AND Store on Court street corner of'Degraw; well adapted to any kind of business. Apply to T. A. HAL 1 IDAY, 280 Nevius street or 18 Prospect place. l^URNISHED COUNTRY PLACE TO LET-FOE SUM P nie r or year, to a smalt family who will board the Dwner, wife and child as equivalent lor rent. For partic ulars apply to (J. W. A. JENKINS, Stamford, Conn., or W. S. j t it Vis, 221 Canal street K*PII> TRANSIT.? CHOICE LOTS, 28X106 FEET, under close restrictions, in a first class neighbor hood, near Prospect Park and the line of the proposed l.apid Transit Steam Roud, for sale at $Wtl and upward; a splendid opportunity for investment or speculation. Apply at the office ol the late A. J. WALKER, 112 John I'.reet, New York, fr. ?in 11 to 1 o'clock. rro LET OR FOR SALR-A COSKY, SMALL THREE I stor> brown stone tront, furnished or not, perfect in ft I its appointments, on the east side, near Grand street, e D lion i mi.-? this chance. Addrc.-s Dr. M., box 107 Herald office. TO LET OR FOR SAI.E-HOUSR HB MELTON street. Oreenpolnt: good location; convenient to ferries Apply at <4 Third avenue. New York. TO Ll'.T-A NEAT TWO BTORY, BASEMENT AND cellar Howe, with gas, water and range, waste pipes, Ac. rent $4S0; also one for $4f?. An;ily on the premises, f.8 Twelfth street, between Fourth and Fifth avenues. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY POR SALE AM> TO KK1MT. A NICK RESIDENCE AND OUTBUILDINGS, WITH J\ 12 ai res, finely improved, beantitully located, at liohbV Kerry, overlooking the lludsou. for sii?> cheap, or sxchaugi lor city Property. W. p. SEYMOUR, 171 Broadway. AN M \ A 1 ION? O HE AT BARGAIN.? NEW HOUSE, M rooms nnd closets, built in the best manner ; hath, ft i*. nfurblc mantels, hot and cold water, rang , station ary 1 11 .**. piazza, tiav window, high ground; lot ftiixPW feet; trint and shade trees; beautrul location; convenient to cars, Ac. Price $8,000 ; (film* easy. R I. HRuWN, Iti7th street, ruth street, Morrlsania depot TWrBS' FERKY.-fcTO LET, A FRfNcn ROOF J / House, 10 rooms, with carriage funis'; lawn, with huitsnd shad?; fine view ol river; If parties will lur fcuh.lt o? tier will take it tor rent. _ J()tiw HIGOINB. No. 7 Pine street. 1jH>R -AM-:? AT RYE, A VERY DB8IXABLB LOT r ot triiiind. containing over 6 acres, with a fine oieharif and ?i>od spring water; IS minutes' walk to Kve or Harrison station, and about one tulle to Rve Bcach ; situated on the. corner of North street and the New York a"?l New Haven Railroad; price $5,iJU). Address U. MUEl., 141 Kast 110th struct, N. Y. JFR8E1 ? 1TY CITTi A\l? IT Y, HOBOKEX, Hl'DSON HKRI1KN KKAL. ESTATE. To Let or Lease, rp'i LI T? ON NEWARK AVENUE, JKRSRY CITY, A J splendid I'ry Ooods Store, Fixtures and ?o< d I ease ; low rent reason for renting owner uoing to Europe. lu quire of JOSEPH WARREN, Keai Instate. PItUPKIITY OCT OP Til R CITY FOR SAhK OK TO RKHT. A I I OKNWALU? A BEAl'TIKL'L SI MMER RBSI den e to let, lurnished; 11 large rooms, hlxh cellines, marble mittitcls; good stable. 3 box stalls; 5 acres land, ai>uiidsn< e of shade trees, fish pon.l and brook. Inquire ?n EDMbM> CO/FIN, 77 Cedar street, New York, or ol A M HOLLETT, Postmaster, Cornwall, Orange county, Attractive" home at pelham fob sale -40 iiiinu'es tiora Forty-secon.l street via New Haven Railroad; II trains dally; commutation $70; six weeks heuce ? ui- hour only from Wall street via express boats and new fort i he<ter Railroad ; a modern. wclTbuilt two story Fiench root House, with choice plot ot about three aerss ?itimted midway (seven minutes' easy walk) t'r.un tw? stations. I ull particular', with Inim-aiate pos session, ai ply to STEPHENS BROTHERS, 187 Broadway, street lloor. A BKAiniFt'L COUNTRY RESIDENCE. CONTAIN, itig Ift rooms and attic, newly furnished. it> complete order, all inmlerii Improvi ini ills'; cat ring, house, stab e. icehouse. Ac. ; I H acres, ireo from all eni-uinbrnnces; iinsiiriiaHsed lor liealtliinessi five minutes' walk irom station ; 4| miles bv llarlein Railroad price for house and furniture. $14,umj; would c xchuti.'r- lor citv proportv. Full particulars by addressing OWNER, box 74 katoliah I I* >st oflice, Westchester county, N Y A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SKAT TO LET?NEAR J\ New Hamburg. i>n the Hudson; brick mansion, fc'rste, contains every modern iinniovemeni. elegantly and completely furnished; greenhouses, hot and Cold graperies, choice fruit and extensive vegetable garden, (oacbhouse, icehouse, porter's lodge, the grounds are in Charge ol a gaidener, lodge keeper un 1 assistants. RICH A K I > V IIaKNHTT. ill Broadway, room F, basement. a BRAUTIFUL COI NTRY SK*T FOB IALB or J\ exchange for city Property?On the Hudson, near Sew Hsml'iirv ; the house U conipletely furnished ami the outbuildings are sery flue ; with 31 acres of land uu <i?r cultivation, presenting the finest building ntes on tits rlrcr. RICHARD V. HARNETT, 111 Hrosdwav, room F, basement. 4 -To LIT, ON A LONG LKASK. OR FOR sAI.r. J\ , a very valuable Mill property. MOO- horse power, only twelve miles trom the ?? (ty Dock for krge boats at the mill door. Address UINE COLE A URAY, 5S6 Sixth atenoe. A HOUSE TO LET FOR TBE SUMMER-IN SOI TH port conn. ; partly furnished .pleasant locality; con venient to sea bathing, Post offlce and depot; applica tions re< -Ived till Uie l*h. I u ? til re of Mrs. DaVID ERAl'LEY, on the premise*. AT GREAT NECK, LONO 131. AND. A specialty. Water Front, Residences and Cottage*, for sale or rent, furnished or iiRinrnished. Building Sites in plots or by the acre, with or without Shore Fronts Only U miles from city One hoar by boat or ears. O. <' BENNETT. No. It I'itie street .PROPUKTT OUT OF THK OITT fOE HA LB AMD TO EBBT. . ... All wanting farms.? fo r sals? to ^farmers. gardeners and farm laborer* from the Old Country Good Farm Landa, virgin soil, at t~> per acre, on aix years' credit The soil Is ? good, productive IqaB, "CM The great markets ot Mew York ami Philadelphia, lijr rill roafl, where Irom 20 to 40 icrei constitute a good larm, when partly planted to fruit From tkls locality a greater qnnn uy unil variety ol fruit iasent to markettnan from hiiv other place of equal area In the Hulled states. It is in the midst of ? thriving community, with good roads, stores, schools ami manufactories. Female mem bers of families and other* ran procure good work at straw sewing, shoo work, bultuii making, clothing work aud other branches Many English. Irish and Scotch tanners have nettled and are prosperous Number* of gardeners froin tho vicinity or New Vork are locating. Farming la more profitable than Went, on account of the markets. Aiiply To JOHN P PAOK.IOK Park place, two door* from went street, New York. Paper* containing lull information will he went free of charge. AT CRAWFORD, N. J. -FOR SALE OR KXCH ANGR, n first class Country Residence; all modern improve menu , li rooms and billiard room ; ground high and dry : four minutes' walk ttom depot of the Central Railroad of New Jersey; tiuie Ire in New York AO miuutec. 8. OA HILL, owner, Crawiord. N. J. ATTEND THE FORECLOSURE PALE OF THE BN rtftht Farm, near Summit, N J., thin (Tuesday), at I o'clock, on the premises. Train* foot ol Barclay street, at 9. It) and II A. M. A FURNISHED HOUSE Ilf ri-AINFIEI.D TO LET - Pleasantly located uear depot: all improvements. Add res* HOUSE AGENIS, Cluinflold, VAN ZANOT, til Cedar street, or OWNER, ,H79 I'earl aireet. (CRANBERRIES ? CRANBERKIKS.? TIIRKE CRAN J berry Tracts near Toms River, N. J., in excellent condition, lor sule at reasonable prices; terms easy ; titles good ; ?ate investment : profit of to per rent yearly ; com mission to brokers. Aduross CRANBERRY MAN, Herald Office! (COUNTRY Pf.ACE TO LET? NEAR VANUERBII/T J Landing. Sin ten Inland ; elegantly lurnished; imme diate possession ? occupnnt leaving for Europe; consist ing of 7 large rooms. kitchen and dining room ; $700 per yeiir. For full particulars apply to J. H. BKARDSLRY, III! Nasaau street. New York, room No. 1 (111 KAP ? A CHURCH, SUITABLE FOR MANUFAC J turing purposes, ill the business part of Uie villas" ol Nyack. Inquire of STEPHEN MKRlll IT, Jr.. 140 Kighth avenue. New York. ? ELIBA BETH. ?FOR SA!.h, A VERY DESIRABLE Residence (9s7-!0i acres', si* uiiiiut<s from depot Central Railroad. Parties desiring a lino residence, as well as a first class investment, will do welt to call at 85 Murray street. New York. Terms easy. ELEGANT RESIDENCE WITH SHORE FRONT, ONE ot the rosiest and uealost places on the north shore. Staten Island ; splendid view; $ViOO; terms to suit DA It K 1 N, 5) llroad street. Four acres, i^ story cottage, nice oardun, plenty fruit and shade: ten minutes Irom ferry, Staten Island; $3,600; worth $5,000. Da RUIN, so Broad street IriARM OF ISO ACRES. SMALL HOUSE AND WELL 1 truiled; healthy location; accessible by railroad and near market*; will sell whole or purl. For luiorma tion and excursion tickets apply to JOHN B. PAUE, 102 Park place, near West street. New York. IilOR SALE? IE RAG HARBOR, L. I., A BKAUTI 1 tullv fitted up sea side Resldenco, having all the modern Improvements; house ;<2x4o feet with two wing*: 5 rounds au>x375 feel, with fine garden, stable, granary, c. ; daily communication by bontor rail; property wfll to HENRY T. BICUAKUSOli, 234 he void cheap. Apply to Water street. New York. F OR SALE-RESIDE NCR. INCLUDING STABLE, _ gardener's house, greenhouses, Ae., and 80 lots of Ground (about three acres), in the cemre of the village ot Astoria. Long Island. Apply to K. J. DOMINICK, No. 24S i'earl street, New York, between 10 and lil o'clock. IjlOR SALE- AT BAYONNE, N. J., FIVE MINUTES 1 from Centreville Railroad station, a line Plot con taining nearl> five iois, three houses on avenue HO feet wide, one block irom Grand Boulevard; price 97,000. For particuliir-i apply to JACOB MuINTlltE, 1?) Hudson Street, New York. For BALK? A IHiSIRABLE RESIDBNCB IN rou.ift keepsic: lot liHK^X1, well supplied with fruit and shade trees ; house, carriage house and ground* in perfect order; price $2U,000: would exchange tor New York city lots. Address box 449 Poet office, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. /iREAT BARGAIN'.? EIGHTEEN l.OIS, ROUNDED KY IX three streets, with house i*'x46, 10 rooms, large glass piazza, bav window, haded by large oaks; plea?-antlv located ; within three miuutes' walk of lerry, Staten Islund; $3,01)0; ball cash ; worth $),WII); sold to save fore closure. DAitRIN, 50 llroad street. M U.FORD. CONN.? 81) MILKS FROM NHW YORK; live minutes irom the depot; two story frame House ; land and fruit trees adjoining; near the water; i.eautiiul view of the Souud; good fishing and haltuug. Address 159 Maiden lauc. 0 HANOI:, N. J.? SPECIALTY.- DESIRABLE PLACES, handsomely furnished, sale and exchange; tine Places to rent, lurnished, season or year. HAMILTON A WALLTS, 3t> I'ine street. New York, and opposite Orange depot N TUB HUDSON? A VERY DESIRABLE RKSI o dence, with about two acres of land, beautifully located, with magnificent views oi river and mountains; grounds abound with choice iruit, shade and slirubberv ; house contains about 15 rooms; the whole property will be sold low, on reasonable term-, by order of tlie execu tor ot the late owner. Further particulars ot BLACK WELL A CO., .'ft l.lbertv street. New York, or CHAULKS McCUTCHEN, Peeksklll, N. Y. Nyack, oinbuimon.? turnibhhd cottage to let, tor season or year, with barn, acre of ground tastefully laid out; lawn, gravelled walks, -ihade, choice fruit, cbarmiug views. Apply at store t# East Broadway. N EAT COTTAGB, FOUR LOTS, ,K? FEET FROM shore; tine water view ; short walk Irom north shore, Staten I.-land terry; JU.50U. worth $4,stK?; terms easy. DaRRIN.50 Broad street Riverside <>n the round? genteel shore front Residence; II rooms; modern conveniencies; heallhv; ueal' depot; #9,000; descriptive circular; sev eral others . Address J. W. ATWAi'ER, Riverside Sta tion, Conn. Roomy cottage? HOT and cold watkr; k i acre or more; shade ; brook; growing garden; a step irom depot :ind salt water; 97.U00. AIM ML RE. SKELD1NG, Riverside Station. OHM. IflOB SALB? A PLEASANT COUNTRY SEAT IN THE 1 saburbsot Ifartiord, Conn. The esw'e consists of a large stone house, with 17 acres of land. For nlioto* graphic views anil a detailed description of the property apply to 1. J. BEsTOR, Esq., 240 Main street, llarilord, or to Mr. PHILLIPS ABBOTT, at the law office ol Messrs. Keller A Blake, room rt, 16 Murray street. Now York city. For salk-a kink country seat in the sub urbs of the city ot I'ough keepsle, N. Y . l.t? miles northeast ol the Court House , high ground and nealthy location: buildings first class, truit abundant ; 'U> acres of choice land; price, ?1m,oi;0. Apply to EDWARD MEK RITT, on premises. Reters to R. P. Merritt, 97 Gold street, New York. E10E RALE? RSSIDENCE OF A. J. DELATOUR, J? Douglaston. he id Little Neck Bay ; house, 15 rooms; carriage and ice houses: fine lawn, sloping to wa:er; shade, truits, shrubs, flowers; bathing, boating, fishing BENNETT, No. 9 Pfiie street. IjlOR PALE? AT PAMRAPO, ON THE SHORE, A TWO stor.v frame House; pr Ice f 1.500; terms to suit. In quire of JOSEPH LKMAIRE. Pauirapo, N. J. FtURNISHI I) BARBER SHOP. AT OCEAN HOTEL, Long Branch, to rent, to a ilrst class man. Call in person. CHAKLE- .1 WARREN l.ELAMi, Managers. T ON HEMPSTEAD BAY.? TO LET. Kl'RMtfHKD, elegant Residence, known as the Miles Place; large, Bm ho?ae and grounds; fruit, One sbade, boating, hath ing and flsliing ; elevated position ; tine views and pcr leetly healthy; every aecomnuslation for a family ol re finement aud taste. Apply to O. O. BP. N N KT, No". 9 Clue street. OPRINGFIELD, MASS -A FIRST CLASH NEW HflVSB 0 to rent three or four months, furnished ; this house is large, with all modern conveniences, and occupies one ot the finest situations in that beautiful rural city, being on the hill, overlooking tne country for umnvindeson both sides of the Connecticut River; n tanuly wishing to spend the Summer in an inland city will find tbi ? a de sirable opportunity ; rent $150 per month. Address R. CHASE, lock box 14 Post office, Springfield. Mas*. SA1.E OR RKNT-BAYS1DP, LONG ISLAND. IloCSK; 20 rooms, in complete repair; suitable for large tainilr, hoarding house or Summer resort; similar to Croclierou's, edjoluing; fine bathing, boating, fishing. O. O. BENNETT. No 9 Pine street TO I.ET-AT CORNWALL ON-IIUDHON. NEAR LIN den Park, fine Mansion, river view, ID acres of land, shad'* trees, fruit, garden, stables, Ac., suitable for private lamily or boarding hoa.se furnished or unfurnished. Apply to H. F. Cll ADEaYnE, Cornwall Post office, orange county. New York. mo UR? EBAE MOUNTAIN AYBMOB, MONTCLAIB, 1 N. J., a comfortable Farm House, turnished or un turnished, with horse aud carriage if desired Also a suiaii Cottage for sale. C. N. BOVEE. r>2 Wall street, New York. O LET-AT SARATOGA SPfctNOfl, FOB THE SEA ._ son unfurnished, the large stone bouse, stable*, Ac., Ill the grove near U.e clarendon Hotel, know n ,i? the "Klnlay Mansion," suitable for a hotel or private rest- i dence ; terms reasonable. Address JOHN P. CONKL1NG, Agent, Saratoga Springs. N Y. mo LET? FOR SI MMKR SEASON, A FURNISHED ' J House, witti garden, stables an.l carriage house, in . health-. I?k -atlon ; distance from city 2SV, mile- via Par Iflm Railroad. For further particulars Iiuitrie at II I a<t 'I wentj ?ninth street, b<'tweeu 9 and 12 A M , tor two i day*. fllO RENT ? \T NEW BRIGHTON GENTLEMAN'S I furnished ResMleBee (also unfurnished), containing IS ! room-, billiard room, stable*, cow and row house*, pa* tin c. irflrdrna, agreeable surroundings; satl-Ms- torv ten- 1 snt ma\ ha%e option of retaining pair ot carnage Horses, i Carriage*. Ac. Hamilton x cG., 81 Pine street. rpo RENT - I'OR THE SEASON, a furnished I House, nearly new, with ten rooms, situated in Ea?t 1 Wlia'rly. Mas*., about nine miles from North jipp.on an I Amherst, on ihe bank* of the Connecticut River, near Mount S-igai l oaf; beautiful scenery and easv drives al* around , stabling lor hordes will he lurnished if ,!e?ired , tcruis rea-onst le. For further Information Inquire ot C. M CRAWFORD A CO.. itW Water street or address i hi. I II U HEI.DKN, East Whateiy, Mas*. &l rjld PI-.K YKAB#-BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY V I ' place ; high, healthy, cool; I hour's rid*?; : lullv lurnislied , horses, carriages, cows, liny, truit, vege- I table*, siiade , by the month. AJdross 1'. J. K., Herald ! ofl.ee dj-.fx (Will -I'OR SALE FOR CASH. OR PARI i M easli. Willi mortgage, a Colterv, wlih all appiirvcnaucea. In active working order; valuable real i ??Mat -, steam and hand machinery, live and rolling sto* k. flxture* and all lielongings In. luded ; property vsl- i ued at 9S0,0t4); located one hour's travel from New York I City Hall. Address POTTERY, Herald office. ttUAIi EMTATE T? KXI HAMiF.. 4 HANDSOMF. RF.sIHENCF. CARRIAGE. HOUSE, J.\ groun I liWxIOO. near Momingiide P*rk, below lltith street, tree and clear, to exchange for city property. T. OLIVER CARTER, No 4 Cine Street, room 10. j a BOUT EQUITY IN CITY TENEMENT CROC erty to exchange tor a near hv Country Reitdence and a few acres; house must he lirst class. A. LOOM IS ik CO., I, *jtA4 Broadway. A -CITY OWELLINtlS FOR COUNTRY PLACE*. . also sim ii 1 1 Dwelling* to exchange tor large one.*! Kxc hunger* call on Wl 1. 1.1 AM TUCK KU, Mi Filth avoumt, above Touiity sixth street. RKAr. RSTATK TO BXCHA1VOK. C1HOIOB MIRflOUBI LANDS AND CASH TO EX / elitnift lor improved Real KnUto In New York, Brooklyn or suburban I'ropcrtv. BBFU8 K. McHAKG, 77 Cedar street, Notary aud Coiiimiasiouur for every stale. FjlXCHANUK FOR M ERCII AN I 'ISK? 3,000 ACRES OF J selected Western Lands in Nebraska, near railroad*; will add cash J. O IIOYT A ?s< > N , 171 Broadway. FOR BALK? BBAB KBWBUBG, A LARGE AND ELK gam Residence, good location, overlooking the Hud aon, with outbuildiiigs and 6 acres of laud, or would ex change ior good cltv property. Immediate possession. Apply to O. L. KYI'UK , Jul Broadway, New York. Ij'OH KALE OR KXCHANOR? A KARM, 100 ACRES; r good buildings; plenty ol fruit; a good water power, 4ft fret head ; a lame pond ; plenty of flsh in pond, and in every respect a valuable place; has to be Men to be ap preciated ; 12 mile* from thin city ; price $35,000. Apply to the owner, at 291 West street. JOHMWILLlAMB. Fob sale or exchange-pom nbw yobk city Property, the most eligible, valuable and profitable Virginia estate ever offered: hotel of world renowned fame; poat otflce, more and lull of minora!* and springs, once a thriving village and again recovering (tout the war. hue owner, MS Bowery, at !<. seklnor's. Handsouk new hotel at bquan village. near the ocean; Woollen Kactary, Connecticut; #6 uew Houses, Brooklyn; Residence. at Orange; 10,000 Acre*. Kiurida; 20,000 Acre*, (leoriria ; 6,000 Acre*, Iowa; MJO-acre Farm. Masaachnse Us; large Hotel, Brooklyn; J,00n acre Farm. I .mix Island ; choice Farm Lands and Building Lola for a good driving team; bargains t'er everybody. H, L. RIDER, 39 Pine street I WILL 8X0HAN0B A FIRST CLASS, FULLY KS tahlished Business for country improved Property, value 9111,1100, or anything not requirlug daily attention. Address U., station O. I ANO FOR A LIBRARY.? ANY PERSON HAVING A J well ta'ecteil Library, valued at from $3,000 to $6,000, and willing to exchange same for Ytestorn land*, with pernaps a Utile inonoy, and on fair terms, can. And a customer by addrewdng, with tali particulars, Post office box '2, AW. MONTROSI*. N. J.-FOB BALE OB EXCHANGE, A nice and corny House, furnished. 12 rooms, all modern improvements, with 2)? acre* of ground; terms easy: two minutes from station and one hour from Barclay street. Apply to owner. No. 4 South William st. TO BXCHANGK? THIRD AVENUE STORE PROPER ty. good paying tenement Property on Delaucey stroei and '20 i.ot-i on Naglu, near new Parade Ground. T. OLIVER CARTER, No. 4 Piue street, room 10. TO EXCHANGE-FOB CLOTHS OR CLOTIIINO, A first class three story brick tenement House, in Brooklyn, ouly 10 miuiitrs from the terries. Kent $720; Worth ?7.50ucash Address EXCHANGE, Herald ofiloe. rpo EXCIIANOR- BROWN 8TONB HOUSE ON THIB 1 ty-iourth street, four story, frescoed; Lob on Kut ParkWay, Brooklyn, or two small Newark Houses for good Karm or Investment Property, not too far from city, healthily located, ranging from $1,000 to $60,000. Fullest description required, with cash prices. Only principals address OWNER, box 216 Youkers (N. Y.) Post office. The harrowgate house, massena springs, St. Lawrence county, for Male.? Fully furnished and ready for business; would exclutnge for residence in city or suburbs. C. H. OLIVER, No. 1 Park place. WANTED- A GOOD FARM ON SOUTH SIDE OF Long Island, near the sea shoro, in exchange for a fine four-stor.v high stoop brown stone house tn Brook lyn. CLARK, 111 Broadway, room C, basement. 3 FULL LOTS? fEVENTY-SIXTH STREET, NEAR Second avenue, and one Lot on Kir^t avenue, to {ether, to trade, with cash, for Tenement House; also 8,000 First Mortgage and $7, M0 Second Mortgage for city Keul Estate. THOMAS G. IIOJER, 936 Third avenue. QAA ACRES WESTCHESTER COUNTY FARM, ?\t\t beautlfullv located, high rolling country, new buildings, splendid stock farm, (luely watered, to ex change for Liquors. Particulars of E. VVEHNER, 14 Broad way, from 11 to 3 o'clock. KKAIi KSTATE WANTED. If A It M WANTED? CONTAINING 100 TO 800 ACRES, under cultivation, with first class buildings ana well stocked, the east or west side of the Hudson or West chester county, and within from two to four hours irom New York, ior which first class Brooklyn Property will be given in exchange. Apply to MARVIN GRIMES, 81 Cedar street, room 6. House wanted to purchase ? location Thirty -third to Fortieth street. Park avenue to Broad way. lor which cash an 1 valuable ItnproAod or unim proved property nt Ornnge, N. J., will be taken in pay ment. Address D., I IS Wall street REM, ESTATE WANTED ? TO SELL, let OR Ex change, in ail parte of the country. Send particu lars to H. T. COFFIN, 2* Park row, basement. ANTED? A FARM OR VILLAGE PROPERTY, OR a schooner, valued $4,000, for which will he given a w_ splendid brick IIouso and Lot in Brooklyn, price $10,000. W. II. MELICK, 421 Broadway. HO K KDKKS WANTRD, 1DBSIBABLB SUIT OK ROOMS TO LET, WITH Board lor the Summer; first clasp iu all respects. 43 West 'Twenty-second street. 1ST HOUSE FROM FIFTH AVENUE, NO. S WEST Thiitleth street? Elegant Parlors, also large, airy Rooms tor the Summer, with or without Board, at reasoa able rates. 1 BLOCK AND A HALF EAST OF BROADWAY, 33 Stuyvesant street.? Elegantly furnished Parlors on flr<t or second floors to let, with or without Board; pri vate table ii desired; location central. 1 LABOR FRONT ROOM, SECOND STORY, TO LKT, with Riant; accommodation* tor other boarders; house and table tlrsl class. 227 West Fourteenth street. 1 -LARGE AND HANDSOME APARTMENTS WITH J. or without Board, m*y be hail at 48 West Eleventh street, between University place and Flflh avenue, at Summer prices. ]? PARLOR FLOOR AND SECOND FLOOR, THRKE ? rooms each, private baths Ac., with private table or without hoard ; will be vacated on the 11th June; ref erences. M East Twentieth street. 2 BLOCKS FROM BROADWAY.? TO I.ET, WITH Board, a large front Room; also other rooms; a room lor one or two ladiis; table Board fill East Fourih street. if OR THRKE GENTLEMEN CAN HAVE ROOM. tii Breakfast in J lea, at l'13 Henderson, corner of York *;reet, Jersey < lit v, throe minutes from ferry; family private ; Sunday, dinner; price $5. 4)1) FLOOR-COOL, SPACIOUS APARTMENTS. HAND _j handsomely furnished, to rent, with Board: liberal table ; references exchanged. lOrt East Twenty-third st. 2D PLOOB? FURNISHED, TO LET. TOOETHER OR separately, convenient ror housekeeping or to gen tlemen, with Board, at Sixth a\enue, between Thirty lour Hi and Thirty -fifth streets. t ID FLOOR.? COOL. SPACIOUS ROOMS, ELEGANTLY Z turni'hi'd. with first class Beard, at Summer prices: nrlvaie tahlr it desired. So. 14 East Thirty-second street, between Fifth and Madison avenues. 4 OR FIVE AIRY ROOMS, WITH FIRST CLASS Board, can be had ; one tiour from citjr ; high ground ; fine open view; references exchanged ; Morris and Essex Railroad. Address VIEW, box 107 lleralil olllce. fTTH AVENUE.? ROOMS, WITHOUT BOARD; COOL ') and pleasant; handsomely furnished. Corner house, ltO Fitth avenue. d?/> To $12 PER WEEK.? FINE ROOMS, WITH EXCEL ?pi) lent hoard, at 172, 174, 176 and I7S Bleecker st. ; large shady yonls: croquet ground; coolest houses iu the city. d?n TO $10 PER WEEK .-GENTLEMEN AND FAMT. O') lies can obtain excellent Board and Rooms at 29 East W.tdiingtoU p. ace, between broad way and the lies .-an obtain excellent Board and Rooms at 29 V square. <Jw? TO $12.? HANDSOMELY FUBNISHBD BOOMS; ?3") clothes t)T esses, marble basins, hot and cold water bath, pas . goou^ahle , home comiorts. 272 West twenty $tth street, nesr Eighth avenue. 1A EAST THIRTY-THIRD STREET.? A HAND. I'" somely furnished Second Floor, en suite or slntly; also Ro' in on tourtn tloor. with Board; refer. -nee.; ex changed. _ _ TQ WEST SEVENTEENTH STREET.? TO LET, WITH J O Board for the Summer months to single gentlemen, several handsomely luruished Rooms. B?icrences ex changed. 14 Til STREET. CORNER SECOND AVENUE, 300 Hr and 308.? Handsomely tarnished douMe Room, on second floor; also hall Room to let. with Board. 1/1 IRVING FL.U'E.? CHOICE ROOMS TO LET It with first class Board, to gentlemen and tlieir wives or single gentlemen; retercaces. MTI1 STREET.? ELEOANT ROOMS TO LET, WITH Board, at 217 West Fourteenth s'reet; house drlctly first class and unusually desirable as Summer resilience ; rcterencea II rn STREET. NO. 2A7, BETWEEN SEVENTH AJ^S r Eighth avenues.? Large airy Rooms on flr?t or entire Second Floor, with unod substantial table, clean liness a specialty, terms reasonable. 1 /? EAST TWENTY THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE lU Madison avenue Park ?To lot, turnished. with Board, (torn June 16, entire Second I loor, pern.aoeiit or transient 17 WAVERLEY PLACB. -SUPERIOR ACCOMMfiO^ I tlon for families and single gentlemen, on the Prst and upper floors, with first class Board; references ex changed. _ "in WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.? WITH BOARD, 1 ? ' large Room, third floor, front; also klngle llouiiu. summer rates. 4>OD -TREET, WEST. ??'.-LAROE. HANDSOMELY furnished Room, on third floor, and other Room* to let, wtiii Board; good location; house and table first class. 281 l) S ! KEKT, MADISON SQUARE.? VERY PLEaS. ? -i ?t.t Rooms, singiy or en suite, with or wi?h"?t Hoard; al?o liandsome Parlor KL or ; references ex chatiged. 2>; Ea?t Twenty-third street. 4>Q WF.sT I f?I RTF.ENTH STREET. NEAR FIFTH mu avenue. ?Very elegant and handsomely fnrm-liert Suits oi Rooms on -econd and third floors, separately or together, with or without Board; house flrst?iass. EAST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET -A SMALL private family will let a few hand- mr toonis, with or without Board, at very reasonable prices, tor the Summer, near Maditton square. EAST TWENTY-FIRST STI: BET. -DKSIR ABf.E ?)' ' Ri om, with ''oard, suitable for a gentleman and wife or two ijentlenien. ? wist Thirty first stre f.i ki mvi m ? )"> comniodatioos, with or without M<ais; highest ref erence, exchanged. on east forty ninth street, oni: door from ?7t) Mndisijii avenue? Handsomely ittrnlshcii Honms on second and third floor*, with first class Board ; cru ice location tor summer, reference required. TH STREET, 229 WEST.? FINB, LARGE ROOMS, suite or singly, with good Board A <1 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, NEAR 'tO Broadway.? A lew lioarders wanted in ? first class newly turn. shed hou?e ; references exchanged A A WEST TENTH BTRBBT.-HANDSOMJSLY FI R. I r Dished Rooms to real, suitable lor gentlemen and wives or single gentlemen, with or without Board tr. SEVENTH AYR NUB, FOUB DOOBS PROM l?l Fourteenth street.? Elegant, cool Rooms, with first class Board, at Hummer ? mu. iocatiou. 88T'e'n 48

BOARDKRB WANTED. WEST WASHINGTON PLACE -A LARGE ROOM on fourth floor to let, with Board ; day boarder* re ceived. AND ? ST. MARK'S PLACK -CHOIOK OF FUR ? ? nistiod Booms, with Hoard, lor gentlemen and their wive* and smglu gentlemen; location flue , term* low. K7 WEST TWBNTY-FO!!RTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH *} I Avenue Hotel.? Handsomely lurnl*li*d Room* to let, with or without Board, to gentlemen ami wives or ?ingle gentlemen; terau moderate, reference* r~ changed. KQ WEST TWENTY-FIRST STRKKT ? TWO OB 00 three gentlemen can obtain Room*, with first cla Board, at Hummer price*. 7"! MADISON AVENUE. - SEVERAL HANDSOME 1 1 ly furnished Booms, with Board ; moderate price* for Hummer. 1 A/L LBXIMOTOM AVKftUK.? ROOMS TO LET. J"r suitable for gentleman and wi ? or a party or Kentlemen, on Aral and Ulird floora; good table. Refer ences exchanged. lAfi BAUT THIRTY-FIFTH 8TBEBT.-A SUIT OK H/U Room*, well rurnished, to let, with or without Board. Re'errnco required. mWEWT forty, fifth strfet. -elegantly lurnlahed Room*, single or In cult*, to rent, with or without Board, to single gentlemen or ? tamlly of adult*. house occupied by owner : reference* exchanged. "I BAST THIRTEENTH STREET.? A SMALL 1-j'J family would let, with flr*t class Board, to mar ried couples and single gentlemen, nicelv furnUhed Bo<.ms, ou reasonable terms; reference* exchanged. m LEXINGTON AVENUE, BETWEEN TWBNTY eivhth and Twonty-ulnth streets. -Room* to let with first class Board; single gentlemen accommodated at very moderate prices for the Summer. 1?JU BAST NINETEENTH STREET. SECOND IOO brown stone house east of Irving place.? Nicely furnished Rooms, with or without Board, singly or en suite, with au American family; summer prices ; refer ences. 1J_7 WI'HT TWENTY-SECOND BTREKT.? TWO IT 4 ol'-a ant front Room* to let, to one or two gentle men or gentleman and wile, with or without Board, in a small iamlly. ?1 /ri EAST THIRTY-NINTH STREET. -A LADY WILL .It J I let i large, handsomely furnished Room, with or without Hoard, in a small ouirt house, all conveniences to a good party ; terms moderate. _ 1?Q WEST TWENTYVFIBST STREKT. - HAND lutJ soinelr ftarnlshed connecting Booms to let. with Uourd, to a party of gentlemen or gentleman sod wife; term* reasonable lor Summer months. KJQ ALLEN STREBT, FIR3T FLOOR.-A FUR X?'0 nished front Parlor and Bedroom for one or two ladles, with or without Board. Inquire lor U A 8TBIDA. Om ? FORTY-THIRD STREET.? PLEASANT ZiiJ I Booms to let, with Board ; desirable location ; reference given and required. WEST TWENTY-FIR;-* STBKBT.-AN BLE gant Salt of Booms to let on parlor and second floors, with Board, furnished or unfurnished; also several 208 single Booms; parties desiring all the comfort* ol' a pleasant and social home will do well toj-ail. ()f Q EAST THIRTIETH STREET.- FIRST CLASS Z'tO Board and pleasant Rooms for $8 per week; Suits of Room* for families, same price, ftill satisfaction guaranteed ; give us a call. 2~?> WEST FOURTEENTH STRKET.-ROOMS TO ? )0 rent, with or w ithout Board, to gentleman and wile or single gentlemen; rcfereuce requirod. Q/JQ WEST THIRTY-NINTH STREET -A LARGE. ??()<7 handsomely furnished front Parlor lo rent, with or without Hoard, suitable lor a gcu tic man and wife or a couple of gentlemen; references. QfiO WEST ELKVRNTH STREET, CORNER OK OUO Hudson.? A nice, large, alrv Room to let cheaps other Rooms, with or witiiout Board, very low, with the comforts of a home. A An WEST TWENTY- THIRD STREET.? SPACIOUS xl'U and elegantly furnished Rooms, with or without Board, at private table ; superior 80-foot wide house; strictly first class in every respect; location unexception able ; references. * A 1 A WEST TWENTY- FOURTH STREET.? A* STRICT tIt ly nt it ale Iamlly (no other boarders) would let, with or without Board, a newiy furnished Room, to two gentlemen ??QQ "SIXTH"" AVENUE. NEAR THIRTY NINTH DOw street, first floor.? A lady has a neatly tarnished Boom to let to a gentleman and wife. Board for the lady; or will let to one or two gentlemen, where a pleasaut home can be enjoyed. Call. Asinglb gentleman can bk accommodated with good Hoard and well furnished Room In a re fined private tamlly, west side, near Fourteenth street. Address SATISFACTION, box in? Herald office. BOARD AND ROOMS MAY BR OBTAINED AT 31 West Twelfth street, between Fifth and Sixth ave nues, in a small private family, on moderate terms. /CRITTENDEN HOUSE, BROADWAY AND TWKNTY sixth (treat, on the European plan.? I.arge and atrv Room*, en suite or aingle, at moderate prices, tor the Summer. rpilRKE VERY DESIRABLE NEWLY FURNISHED X Rooms to let, with or without Board ; bath on same floor ; private tamlly; a moment's Inspection will satisfy the most fastidious; location first class. Address COM FORT, box UP Herald Uptown Branch office. ABTTBS OF GENTLEMEN Oik G ENTLEM KN AND wives can find delightful Rooms, with or without Board, and every home comfort, at 43 West Thirty-first street, opposite Grand Hotel. Summer prices. rpo VST? A WELL FURN1SIIED ROOM ON SECOND J. floor in a private family, 127th street, west of Firth avenue ; suitable tor a single gentleman ; Breakfast If re quired. Address A. W. P., Herald office. BOARD AND LODGING "WANTED. AOENTLEMAN AND WIFE WANT A ROOM AND Bedroom, or a large Room, partly tarnished, with partial Hoard, location between Eighth and Twenty third streets and Fourth and .sixth avenues; private fam ily preferred; terms moderate: references exchanged. Addrese RESPONSIBLE, box 1,847 Poet office . B" OARD WANTED? CITY AND COUNTRY; SEND particulars, boarders Invited; established 1837; transient followers unauthorized. ? BOARDERS* DIRECTORY, 7P.7 Broadway. OARD W \ NTED? BY A WIDOWT IN A SMALL, quiet family; central location ; term- from $12 to $14 per week. Address D. WITHERS, Herald Uptown Branch office. Board wanted? for a gentleman, wifb and child (three years); two Room*, connecting and unfurnished, except carpets ; hot and cold water; loca tion between Charlton ami We st Fourth street*: refer ences. Address, Statin# terms, E. S., box 612 Post office . IXTANTED-ROOM AND BOARD, BY A SINGLE GEN II Ueman (German), with a private family on Stateti Island. Address, stating term*, L. E., Herald oftice. ~ TANTED? BY A "GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, WITH 1 nurse and babe. pleasant Rooms, with Board, In a strictlv private family; location above Twenty-third street, between Fourth and Sixth avenues; near Central Par*, desirable best references given lor the above ; $123 per month will be given. Address PLEASANT HUME, llerald office. \\r A NTED? A PARLOR, BEDROOM AND BATHROOM, ?? by a gentleman and wife, with or without Hoard, rooms must be hand .ira lv furnished; |irlvate faniilv, where no other boarders are taken; location not above Thirty- second street nor below Fifteenth or east of I-?x ingto'n avenue. Address, giving lull particulars, stating terms, which must be reasonable, MERCHANT, box 2M Herald ottlce. HOTELS. ' ANGELL'S TURKISH BATHS. 61 LEXINGTON AVE nite. ?Pleasant Rooms for gentlemen or families; transient or permanent, with or witiiout meals; privatu table if desired. Baths open all night CTr I TTKNDK N HOUSE, CORNER BROADWAY AND J Twenty sixtli street, on the European plan. - Largi and airv Hoonis, en suite or single, at moderate prices, for the Snmmer. 1IBBY HOTEL, 30 WABRBN **TBEKT, ONE BLOCK J from City Hall.? Liglu Rooms, $'i and $3 per week; flOe. to 7;>c. i>er day . family Rooms, $1 to $1 w per day , $< to $8 a week. N'V.W ENGLAND HOTEL, NO. .10 BOWBUY, CORNER of Bavard street.? $D0 llaht rooms, neatly furnished ; BOc. or 00c. a night, $J 30 to $4 per week; for geiulemen only. YTTAVERLBY HOUSE, 7S!) BROADWAY.? NICE, COOL il Rooms, witfi tip-top Board ; $'-' a day ; $!> to $12 a week , rooms, witiiout board, 73 cents and $1 a day ; $4 to $7 a week. COUNTRY BOARD. A~"~PrTyaTE FAMI1.Y, LIVING AT VAN DKRB1LT I^i tiding, within three minuted walk of ferry, would let, with Board, t?o good si Jed Rooms, connecting, to a family or tour or five gentlemen. Apply at first house, left side, Townsend avenue. A FEW PERSONS CAN BE ACC OMMODATED IN first elas- country style at a farm house In the pleas ant vallev ot KlUalietntown, N. Y. ; terms $H per week. Ap ciy to i. i. DUltAMD, Proprietor Park Hotel, corncr b.-.'kih.in and Namau -treeu, New York. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFB OR TW cTsiNG LB OEN tiemen can And Hoard in rrlvale family; good lo cation. Addrees O., Orange, N. J. BEROEN POINT.? BOARD WANTED. BY A YOUNG gentleman In a private family; unexceptionable rei ereuccs exchanged. Address L. liOVtY, hergeu Point, N. J. Board wanted- BT a party of .five ADULTS, tunong the Cateltill .Mountaiii*, a short distance from Catskill landing ; willing to pay lit), rally tor larg^ rooms ? nd good table, references required. Address box :i,<i71 Post ofllce. New York. BOARD WANTKD WITHIN 1.^ HOURS OK NEW Y ork c<nuth Orange or orange preferred*, tor a gen t.emati, wife *ml child ; mountain air and ample ?hade tiidlspensable. Address FERDINAND, llerald office. Board wanted-for gentleman and wife, in a privatu family in Vonkers, where lliere are no i th' r f oarders. Address GEO. FORD, Uraud Central > II otel. New York. OARD WANTED-FOR A YOl NO LADY, WHERE 1 there are bet 'ew or no other boarders; near bcA< b preterred aim not over four bi nrs' ride troin city. Address, stating price and location ot room, E. E. ?*. , litraid Uptown Branch ottlee. Board-so milks in we^tchester county large heu*o, well shaded, pl.t/za In front , plenty or truit ana vegetable*; good stabling. Apply at2b>i FourUi avenne. Board wanted-for an invalid lady, on the line of the Hudson River Railroad, between this city sfiil Vonkers; meals to be served 111 room , house with mo'dern Improvements desirable. Addreis DERBV, Herald offl -e. w B Board ai norwalk-hioh groi'nd, splendid location, walk* and groves; Rooms handsomely tur nished : accommodations Arat class; l -j hour from city; sea liatliiiig, tishitig and fine drives In vicintfy For lur ther partirulsrs address C. E. H., bos 44.1 Post office, South Norwalk. Boarders wanted- two sm\ll families preferred, at a farmer'* house, situated in a locust grove near a fine pond and river; healthful location, communication with the ocean by land or water, five minutes' ride from railroad depot, at Westhampton, I* I. Address L. 1 1. Rt/UEKS, Post office, Wesliiauipton, Suffolk county.*. Y. COUNTRY BOARD. /lOUNTRY BOARD ? ADRIAN INSTITUTE, UNION \ > town, N. J. j one hour from Mew York, on Philadel phia Railroad. Tim rooms are pleasant, airjr, and com mand extensive views of a beautiful and picturesque eouhtry; the house contain* all the modern improve ment*; gas, bathroom*, hot and eoid water, closet, Ac. and la newly lurnished ; line croquet grgEids, shade, good drive* and walk*: fresh milk, vegetables and truita; car riagehouM; stabling tor homos, first claw accommoda tion; special term* to fkinilies engaging board lor the season. For lull particulars apply personally or by let tar. Kelerences exchanged. M. K. BABBLER, 46 South Washington square, New York. ^ / lOl'NTRY BOARD AT LYON'S FARMS, BBTWKEN \> fccwark and Klizabeth, N. J.? Pine lawn. plenty of shade, trail, milk, eggs, vegetables; accommodation for hordes. Refers to Dr. Syevter, n Kaat Houston street. /lOUNTRY BOARD WANTED-AT A TARN HOUSE. \J near the water, within three hour* or the city, for two small families. Address, stating terms, Ac., COUN TRY, >19 Montague street, room 16, Brooklyn. C lOUNTRY KOAliD WANTEt)? FOR A OKNTIjBM AN, /' wile, two children (aged three and four) and nurse; the country must be elevated and terms moderate. Ad drew, with particulars, INQUIRER. Morrixaiua, N. Y. / lOUNTRY BOARD WANTKD? KOR OKNTLEMAN ' ) and with, at a farm house, within \K hours' ride of city; must be near water. Address, with lull particulars, BLISS, Herald office. C lOUNTRY BOARD.? ARCOI.A, N. J.. ONK HOUR ) Irom city via Midland Railroad; nccoiuinixlaUous for families; stabling; conveyance will meet the 1:.% train at Rochalle station Thursday. AtULesa AKCOLA HOUSE, Rochalle, Bergen county, N.jJ. C lOUNTRY BOARD WANTED-POR A SINGLE GEN J tleman. at a first class residence, by the water; private family preferred; good bathing, boating, Ac.; healthy location ; not uioro than two hours distant from the city. 1'e.ise send address and full particulars to O. 8., box 170 Herald Uptown Blanch office. (lOUNTRY BOARD AT ENOLBWOOD, N. J.-GOOD > Rooms, en suite and singlr i excellent table, forty minutes from New York, two minute* from station; no mosquitoes; price 18 to $10 per week. Address or apply at the Palisade Honse, as above. C lOUNTRY BOARD WANTKD-POR A LADY, NURSE / and throe youug children, in a farm house, where there la good, plain, country rood. One milk, Ac., short distance from New York. Address, with full particulars, 0. 8. ri., Herald office. C lOUNTRY BOARD WANTED-BYTWO GKNTLKMIN J and their wives, near tlie sea shore and within one hour'* ride otfthe city, required, pleasant rooms, good table, plenty tresh vegetables, milk, Ac.; terms not to exceed $M per week tor all. Address, with lull parUcu lars, 0. A H7, Herald offlcei ClOUwTRY BOARD-IN SUBURBS OP A BEAUTIFUL J village, 180 miles from New York, flne rooms, shade and fruit, with excellent Board; four hours bv raiL Ad dress Mrs. MARGARET HOKS, Valatie, Columbia county, N. Y. References. 78 Cedar street, room 11. COUNTRY BOARD-AT A FIRST CI, A 88 FARM house among the hllla of Connecticut; table abund ant; Irult, dairy, ice, Ac. ; three hours trom tho city. Call on proprietor this day, At 112 Fulton street, far par ticulars. (lOUNTRY BOARD.-HINSDALE. BERKSHIRE COUN J ty, Mass., seven hours from New York, via Harlem and Bostod and Albany Railroad. House well shaded ; rooms large, airy, and command extensive views of a beautiful ana plcturesaue country; fresh eggs, milk, and vegetables; terms $7; references exchanged. For full particulars address D. ROCKWELL, Hinsdale, Mass., or C. HASKELL, 119 Bast Tenth street /COUNTRY BOARD.? A LADY, LIVING AT STAPLE * J tou, Staten Island, five minutes' walk from ferry, bos two pleasant Rooms, communicating, to let, with Boaru, during July and August. Address 11. K., Staple ton Post office. Burst class board-in a private family, at Blootnfleld. N. J., within IS minutes' walk of depot; Bleuty of shade, Ae- For particulars address HOME, ox 181 Herald office. First class country board can be had at a farm house. 23 miles from New York, halt' mile trom depot; plenty of shade and large roomy house ; everything first class; terms moderate; also accommo dations for several horses and carriages. Address, tor lull particulars, R. SHAPTER, Pleui-aiuvillo, Westches ter county. Good board can be had at a kakm hoi se; pleasant and shad v; one mile trom the depot, near Pecoalc Bay; good fishing and hatliiny. RENSSELAER BENJAMIN, Jamcsport, L. t._ ONE OP THE PLEASANTEST ROARDINd PLACES is found at HAMILTON ROBINSON'S, Centre Moriches, Long Island, with pleasant rooms, tine shades, sailing, fishing, gunning, near the great South Bay and ocean. PERSONS OR FAMILIES DESIRING A DELIGHT tul home in the country, 1>? hours by Eric or Midland Railroad, with mountain air, perfectly healthy, charm ing scenery and substantial Board, can' get lull imonna tlou by calling at X55 West Thlrlv-flrst street OTATKN ISLAND.? A PRIVATR FAMILY WT1.L LET O the entire second Floor, with first class Board. In quire at first. or Quarantine landing for A. J. HAMIL TON'S cottage, or address W. R., Post office, New Brighton. SUMNKR BOARD? FIVE MILES WF.ST OF Catskill; house nearly new, and pleasantly situated on high ground; mountain and valley scenery unsur Sassea ; plentv of shade; terms $8 per week. Address K. . FULLAGEB, Leeds, Greene county, N. Y. TO LET? A NEAT LITTLE COTTAGE IN NOR- | walk, with Board. The cottage contains three sleeping apartments and a pleasant parlor. Address Miss JULIETTE BETTS, NorwaTk. SUMMER BKSOKTM. fAUCH'S HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, LONG Branch, will open tor guests on Saturday, June 14. A. IAUCH, of 864 and W> Broadwav. AT SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. Grand Union Hotel will open June 1, for the reception of guests'. Protegsor J. M. Lander and his superb hand have l.cen engaged tor the season ; looms can be engaged at Metropolitan Hotel or Gllsey House, New York. Address BRKSLIN, HARD ni-.k A Co.. ai Saratoga Spring*, N. Y. Atlantic hotel, bath. l. i.? board by DAT, 9? ; less bv week: refreshments for transient visit ors; splendid sea bathing; steam cars troiu Greenwood stop at door every 40 minutes. At NEW brtohton, north shore. STATE N Island.? Helinont Hall now open; fronts the bay; fine air aud view; salt water bathing ; .10 minnt.es by boat every hour trom Dev street, near landing. Particulars at house or at 114 Host Nineteenth street. Bath hotel, Hath, Long Island. Ttils popular Summer resort has tw^n completely reno vated an. I refbrnishad and ij now ready ;or reception ot boarJers; sea bathing, boating, Ashing, Ac. A1HJ. FUNK, Sr., Proprietor. /1ATSKILL.? MRS. MOLV VNT'S SUMMER REsr V,/ dencn? First class house, situated on a large farm; flne view of the Hudson River and the Catskill Moun tains. A few families can he accommodated with fine furnished Reoms and good table at reasonable price. Address 21 hasi Sixteenth street. New York, or I>r. H. MOLVANT, box No. 6 Postofllce, Catskill, Greene county, N. Y. (TOOPKR COTTAGE, LONG BRANCH. N. J., NOW J open; quiet, family house ; opposite depot ; $3 per day ; $18 to $20 per week. GEO. B. BORTON. 11 C1KOKT HOUSE, OPPOSITK WEST POINT.? HIGH J elevation; newly fitted for lainlllcs: every comfort; stabling, tine drives, river views; opens Mav I. ('. ?. REHWOLDT, Harrison's, N. Y. /CLIFFORD SPRINGS HOUSE, KEYPORT, N. J.-FTNB I ' sea hathln", fishing, groves, mineral springs, Ac. Sill to $15 per week. Apply at the Grove Moose, 17,; Bleeeker street. EAGLKSWOOU Park HOTEL, PERTH AMBOY, N. J.? IV hours from New York: lawns, bathing and fishing; also iron and sulphur spring water, gss and Bleam heating apparatus, stabling. Mr. Tyrrell's car riages wtll be at the depot on the arrival of the trains. Can be seen at the Coleman Utilise, New York, on Tuea days, between 12 and L COLEMAN a TbLLOTT. S. S. t^OLRHAN. G. W. Ybllott. Z^tRKKN MOUNTAIN HOUSE, CLARENDON SPRINGS. VJ Vt.? Open trnm .Ittne IS to October 1 ; pure air; nionnUiin scenery: tine drives; no ninsiinltoes: mod tahle hoard trom |10to$lS. Address A. K. STYLES, Pro prietor. /"t RAND HOTEL, OTSEGO MINERAL SPRINGS, IT Cherry Vallo.v, N. Y.. within pleasant excursion dis tance of Aharon, Rlchtleld, Otsego Lake and Coopemtown ; great inducemeuu to tamllles; good stabling. Send tor circular. J. a. ROBINSON. /-I UKKLF.YS MANSION HOUSE, KVIRMKW, N. J.? \T For adult*; five minutes' walk flrtnn depot; uo trains dally; 3D minute* to Chambers or Twenty third street terry; rooms large and airy; 30 acres high gronnd at tacried : h. ating. croquet grounds, abundance ot shaile terms, $10 a week. Apply to U. A. t)l(EELfe.Y, Kalrriew, or at 1.1 Greenwich avenue, IGHGATK SPRINGS, VERMONT. - FRANKLIN Ilojse and Cottage open June 1 for Summer ni"""" I A TOURETTE HOUSE, BERGEN POINT -NEWLY J ttirnislied; liberal terms made with families; 30 minntes irom New York by ruil or boat, coinmutation $6 per month. Address R. McMICHAEL, Proprietor. _ TONtl BRANCH.? A PEW NICK ROOMS, WITH GOOD J Board, in a beautiful cottage, convenient!* located near hotels, depot and bench. Address r. P., Umg Branch. IONG BRANCH.? THE SEA VIEW COTTAGE, ON J Sea View avenue, two minute*' walk trum the beach. Isviutlftillv located, is now ready for the selection ot elegant Rooms, with Board. Apply at the collage or at th? real estate ofilce, 149 Fourth avenue. I EIGHTON HOUSE NEWMAN SPRINGS, RKI> I j Batik, N. J.? This delightful Summer reson, benutl tully si'uated on the Shr wsbury River. Is now open. ir.>n spt imrt flue ilrives, tishing. boating and hathing, billiards and Maiding. Send tor circular. Refer to John Foley, hso.. No. 2 Asior House. FREDERICK BERGKR, Proprietor. ON THR CATS KILLS.? PARM HOUSE CAN ACCOM moilate :8 Boarder*; picturesque S'lrroiindi'iin, salubrious air and plenty to eat. no ino qnifoiss. < all tor circulars and particulars at 914 Broadway, Pattern . Ka.asr. ORIKNT POINT IIOUSK, ORIENT POINT, L. I.? I Now open : situated on the extreme end ot Long I -land fronting on the Sound and bay, onlv * moment's w aik to I the water- splendid sea bathing, sallint ind driving: fishing unexcelled. Reached by Long Isisml Railroad twice each day; also per elenftnt steainet 1 k. Schuyler, I irom pier 16 fcast River. Send for circular. M. B. PARSONS. Overlook mountain bouse? On the cats- 1 kills, via Kingston. Ulster count* Y Y For par ticulars address J. k. LASHhR, overlook Mountain HoU*e, Wo ?>] stock, N. Y., or JACOB StIAHPB, I4? I Broaii way. I ORKMI1TM POINT HOUSE- 17 MILES ON NKVY I Haven Railroad, now open; sea bathing, boating, flshing, stjlling. slntdy grove*, dellRbttui drives, ii minutes trom < itc A O. PLYMPTOJf. S4 West Twenty-fourth street. RiVKRSIDE HOTEL, I5JD STRBF.T, AT CARMANS vilie. on the Hudson River.?' This popu'ar hou*e, en tirely tttted and turnished auew thrptiglmut, is now open tar the raceptton of uucsttat reasonable rates Utrmns ; daily from Thirtleih street de|Htt ' tune. 2n minute*. I'or terms, ir, apply to PAULL A DOCAlif. COUTH SIDR HOTEL, Air^lLLK, L 1.. IS NOW, j it open ter ri'cetnnjn of guesu, Jor terms addresh Mrs. i K. 0. KING k SON. ? supuuuU'iidtfDk I irKKKR RBHORTB. D STATB8 HOTEL (NEWLY FURNISHED roatted). Lone Braueh. K. J., will opeu June M. SODA tM*RINiM HOUSE. OKl'.AT BAKBINOTOM Hut H. U. PEC K . Proprietor.? Elevated locatioa on Berkshire Hills; pure mountain air; Ob* drives sad scenery; oelebrated lor health Refer to Hear/ lleath. ffl Broadway; G. A. Helxas, 264 Broodway; Oeorge Q. Farrar. 75 Wooster street __ THK LAURBNC8 HOUSE. OLA YE RACK. N. Y. WILL I* ooen for the reception of guest* on the 1st doy ot ?????_. ?or farther Information inquire of GEOROB MARTIN, corner of Mortou and Hudson streets. W. T. TARRYTOWN HEIOHT9 HOTEL, TARBYTORTB 0? lluaa<>n ?This beautiful Rummer resort now opea : t w> feet above the H udsoo, commanding a line vtaw el river and monntatn scenery. UNITED and riwiteo). u>n| Hrauch. K. J., will opeu J For terms, Ac., address M. jr LAIRD, Proprietor. TiriLLOW HAVEN HOUSE? PA MRAPO, OK NKW V B*y .by Central Baiirowl of hew Jersey; SB minuter, from Wall street: furnished new throughout; o few choice Rooms i left. with spleudld Board. Full parU lari at Waverley House, 789 Broadway. B CHI If KB? OPTORTUWmMg. A8LATK QUAKRYINO AND M^uVAOTURUfO business, in success ful operation, requires a partaer with $16,000; p roll U over SO per cent; large orders; de mand unlimited; with extension of facilities sow la progress profits can be doubled. ELLIS A BRINCKBRHOFF. 48 Broad atreet A PARTNER WANTBD-WITH $3,000, IN A WHOLK sale and rolali drug houae, now doing a good huai nose: profits largo ; business sate. Address DRUGUI8TH. Ilerald ofllce. A PARTNER DKBtRBD? WITB BUSINESS QVAU filiations and $7.(XM cash, In a legitimate net cask manufacturing business that will show 75 per cent profit; he must mean business and act at once. State where ta be seen and address ASSISTANT, boa 4,116 New York Peel ofllce. A SUBSTANTIAL MILLING BUSINESS IN THIS city, established IS yeara, will be sold for SiftOnt, or exchanged for good real estate; $10,000 in addition re quired ai working capital ; a very rare opportunity, ia vitlng a thorough personal Investigation. KLLIj A BRINCKEHUOFF, 48 Broad street An established hubiness. doing a vrby re muucrattvc city and country trade, lor sale for $1,100. reason tor selling party has o trier business and notable to attend to both ; net profits last year over $3,000; a tiiU knowledge ol the business may be acquired in about two weeks Address NKT PROMT, Herald office. A PARTY WITn A PEW HUNDRED DOLLARS CAN secure an honorable and profitable business In thia city; goods staple and in demand; first class opoulag. Apply at 769 Broadway, ofllce 14. ______ Alexander pbothinoham a company sb cure capital for Incorporated companies, merchants, manufacturers, mines. Our Register contains many names possessing varions amounts for Investment ALEXANDER FROTH INGHAM * COMPANY, 112 and 114 Broadway. AHALr OR WHOLK OP A SMALL HOTEL POB sale ; doing a large trade. Apply to Mr. BERTOLBT, No. 136 front street, New Vork. Best photooraph business in Connecticut; fairest offer this week accepted ; would trade for Yacht or other Property; even a non-practical man can clear $2.600 first year; Investigate now. Address lock box 383 Bridgeport, Conn. For sale?' the whole or a halp interest In one of the best paying Dining Saloons and Lodg ing Houses in the oity : Billiard Room attached. Gall on or address K. S. ROGERS, lid East Party -third street, near Grand Central depot For sale or bxchanor-an interest in a wholesale Marble Business; a smart man, capable ol taking charge of it, with a capital ut $a,m>) to $1(1,000. required; only principals dealt * th Address A. M.. Herald office. (GROCERY BUSINESS? ON A LEADING THO ROUGH - X tare, and with first olass trade, lor sale ; well assort ed stock ; best tlxtnres and everything requisite for the business; or would leave capital with any one who will purchase an interest and conduct the business. Apply to GRIGGS, CARLKTON it CO.. 96 Broadway. ICE CREAM AND SODA WATER.? WANTED, TO bny or rent, a small Business in a good location. Ad dress. with full particulars and terms, M. R., box 167 Herald office. T IQUOE STORE FOR SALE? ON ONE OF THE BEST lj corners in Harlem; fully stocked with llqnors and doing a first class business; satisfactory reason* tor sell ing. Apply on the premises, corner ot 111th st. and id av., Harlem. Neither drugs, liquors nor cigars, but a business paying a good profit, well established, ob on one of the best, blocks on Broadway; Ill-Health only reason tor tuking a partner; honesty and ability and a fow thousand dollars will secure a rare chance; no agents. Address J. M., box 163 Herald Uptown Branch office. Opportunity for investment.-i have a large deposit of superior Marble, white and matted, close to railroad, openeu and ready for lease: can offer very favorable inducements to parties having or who can Intluenou capital to invest in an enterprise tnat the most thorough investigation will pronounce safe, legiti mate and exceedingly profitable ; can refer to llio best men and firms in the State. Addrass M. J. H., box 100 Post office. Rutland, Vt, or in care of box 1,036 Post office, Boston, Mass. PARTNER WANTED IN A FIRST CLASS, LEGITl mate and wholesale business; established 20 years; large trade, with cash customers; will bear investigation. W. 13. niLL. 73 Broad street _ PARTNER WANTED? WITH $6.0)0, TO MANUFAO ture artlclo needed In every family; net profit $20,000 per annum. Principals please reply, with name and address, box 3,751 Post ofllce. STATE RIGHTS IN THE BEST PAYING INVENTION ot' the age ; used by every body and supplies a special want We requost thorough Investigation. Model at Ut Broadway, room ?. ' TO STATIONERS AND OTHERS.? THE ADVERTISES, having facilities for doing every description of printing (with steam presses', wishes to meet with a party witling to loan $2,000 or $3,000 upon good soonrltv, for which a liberal inducement will l>e offered In too way of trade. Address PRINTER, Herald office. WANTED? $100,000, SPECIAL CAPITAL. IN A NEW York firm ot twenty years' standing, whose senior partner desires to retire; the busiuess, importing and jobbing, haaa I ways been successful, and is done wholly for cash ; the advertiser would offer the special partner twelve per cent interest on his capital and indemnify him against any loss whatever until the general capital shall all have been sacrificed , money is safer In a good business thau outside. AddressTRUbMAN, Youkcrs, 8. Y. WANTED? A PARTNER IN A RETAIL OROOBRY business: must understand the business thoroughly; reputation unquestionable; no capital required. Stale references. Address tor two days L. M. M., box 1VT Herald office. WANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN. WITH $300, TO TAKR the place of retiring par;uer til the produce amt provision business; establisued fourteen years. Apply liM Broadway, room 3. WANTKD-A PARTY TO JOIN EQUALLY IN A very lucrative, agreeable business, with about $3,300 capital : a sure fortune ; association and reterouce first class. For particulars address J. Q. LENNOX, Her ald office. "IVrANTED? A PARTNER IN A F1R-T CLASS TAILOR ii Inge.tabtishinent; cash required, $3,000 ; no agents. C. 1'., Herald Uptown Branch office. $-|m WILL SECUKE HALF INTEREST IN A ?)')W w?ll established, genteel office husirovt that will par $l,n00 a year. 0tf7 Broadway, room 27. Coll from 9 to 12 a. M. KOR roR FOUR months? CON vmee of the legitimacy ol transaction, cn dorscil tiy first men in the country ; ample security given Apulyat 14 Broadway, room No. 1, between 11 and J o'clock. <S>-| fUm -PARTNER WANTED, with this JIM amount, to go West: for the right man this i.s an excellent opportunity. Full particulars at712 Kroad way, room A nun PURCHASE HALF INTEREST IN ?IPI.lr'Mj a novel and legitimate business, paying from $100 to $30o weekly , the owner has more than be tfsn attend to, and will givo satisfactory proofs and refer ences. Apply personally to JOSEPH MASON, No. 9 Pin a street ? <lil *nn ?PARTNER WANTED, IN A SAFE CAHII J'LtiuU. business that will psy J#.'**) per annum. Interview and particulars at 161 Broadway, room 11, after 10 o'clock. dhl r.A/t -PARTNER WANTED TO SUPKRINTBND ipl.tJvU. the office during business hours, for the most salable little article ever patented. Apply, this day, froiu H to .i, at m Broad street room 7. LOAM opficks. AT 77 BLBBCKBR STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, UP stairs.? Highest cash advances on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, 4c., or bought; Pawnbrokers' Tickets bought, at 77 Bleecker street. AT WOLF BROraiBf, W BROADWAY, betwken Nineteenth and Twentieth streets ?Money loaned <in Watches, Dit'iionds, Jewelry, Silverware, Silks, and particularly Pianos. Private parlor for ladies. Busiuess si ri i Iv ( uiiflileii ioL \ T t>97 BROADWAY, CORNER FOURfH ^TRKET.? I V I.ilieral sdrances on Diamonds, Watches, .fewelry, silks, Camel's llair Shawls, Lace^nnd personal property of every description. JAMES P. M ATTHKWS. \t r.iiKTKwrn street, near ?roai>. 1\ wav,? I pay the highest fnce tnr IHamondo. Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Aifvunce on ttie same. ISA AOS, Dinn oad Broker, 57 Thirteenth street near Brosdwoy. AT 11 Y.MAN'S, 710 FROAI'WAY? LIBERAL AD 1\. vanccs made on Diamonds and Watches. Sliver ware, Ac., or *wll pay the highest market price tor the same. A T 57 Till RI KENT II STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.? JY 1 pay tho highest price for Diamnods, Wntclies, Jew elry, Ac. Advance on the same ISaACH, Uiainoa.1 Broker, J7 Thirteen;h street, near Broadway. \M: lilt AN OPPTOE, B8TABLTSBRD ltd.- MONEY loaned on Wan hes, Diamonds. Jewelry, silverware. India Shawls, I .ii i en. V iluables. Ac. ; any amount or will 1'iiv highest value paid J. H. BAKR1.NGKR, 7SA Broadway , opposite Astor place. ?1(1 NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFWRL? OJ? Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, .lewelry and all kiude of Merihandise Jhe same boujg lit slid sold. Room I. HAYMAN I. KOI OLD. ^ A HQ SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY FOURTH 4:''?Jand Twenty-fifth streets.? Liberal advances made on Diamonds. Waiches. Jewtiry. Silks, L^ees and Shawl* Satue bought at full value. BhRNARO. IT BROADWAY, CORNER AMITT STRERT.? i ) Money litx rallv advanced on uiamonda. Watches, Jewelry and Personal Prijfertv of all desj-rip tlotis, the same bought and sola. n. GE/GhllMAN, formerly * RosenlM'rg. 68i BROADWAY, OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND t'Jtl most reliable office ?Money advanced on Dia monds, W atchos. Jewelry . I^ces, Jkc.i saine MUght at lull value * 1 t)f'7 BROADWAY, OVER H 8 BALD BRANCH l.ZOl office, room II -Parlor for ladles Brunch 1,207 Broadway Money loans. I oil IMMlon^Watc^M^ Jawelry. Ac. Same bought aud sold l.l.NOO BltOa.

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