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I block bast or THBcrrr hall-prankfort Boom, Frankfort, ?mr o t WkUiam street; VO room* toboocn taper day; t?to>Spar wee k. Open all a%hk IOOLLBQB PLACB. CORNEB BARCLAY STREET, third floor, up slain? Newly fumUhed and unfurnished Boeuu to let, without bwid, far goaUeuun. Term* moder ate tYABICK STREET. -A FRONT PART. OB TO LET, furnished; also two Boons en third Moor, Inquire for i day. ____________ 7 GREAT JONES STREET.? A SOUTHERN LADY, having Jut taken that desirable residence a few doors turn Southern Hotel, is prepare* to aooommodato parties, (mutant and permanent, at raasoaabls prtoes. 11 WEST ELEVENTH STREET, FEW DOORS FROM 11 Broadway.? To 1st. a nicely furnished front Parlor and Bedroom on second floor, with private table, sad two Boom* ?e? single gentlemen, with ggPW* Free ah Board. 1Q CLINTON PLACE? ROOMS TO LET, ON SECOND XX i and third floors, te families or a party of gentlemen 1Q BOND STREET-PROMT PABLO R OH FIRST lu floor, handsomely furnished; also a Hall Boom, ?eeats let to gentlemen only; no meats; seven doors from Bsoadway. LAIGHT STBEET, NEAB CANAL.? TO LET, A I furnished Room, in a prirvte house, without boanl. NINTn 8TRKET? NEWLY FURNISHED AND well ventilated Rooms to lei. Good location and oawv anient to family restaurant. J IE BOND STRBBT.? TO LET, WITH OB WITHOUT I lt> Board, large and smaB Boo ma, handsomely f nrnishedt I ?|j stately or together. Terms very moderate. I FIFTH AYBNUB? PINE FURNISHED APART I WfJ ments to let, en suite or single. Terms very moderate. I 17 OBEAT JONES STREET? HANDSOMELY PUB- 1 1 I olshed Booms to let, to gentlemen; terms moderate; I 1 7 WEST HOUSTON STBEET.? A FEW GENTLEMEN 1! or gentleman and wife ean have a neatly furnished i Bssai at a moderate pnee. Call aB this week. 14| WEST TWENTT-SEVEMTH STREET.? HAND- I X Zf some Rooms, famished and unfurnished. for sen tteenen and their wives and single gentlemen. House first staas- Home comforts. OA WEST SEVENTEENTH STREET, NEAB FIFTH XA/ avenue.? Desirable Booms on first, second aad third floors to let, with first class Board, to respectable parties, at ?idsrato prices. ? OA EAST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET, NEAR KADI I JUV son avenue.? Handsomely furnished Rooms to 1st I with or without Board. I OO IRVTNQ PLACE? A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR 1 MB two single gentlemen can find pleasant Room and | in a small family; house first olass; terms moderate. I ?' '' two single gentlemen can find pleasant Room and ?sard in a small family; house first olass; torms moderate. OQ GROVE STREET, BETWEEN BLBBCKEB AND il?) Hudson.? A private fatally would let, with Board, a , with closets, neatly Tarnished, on second floor; location agreeable; house modern. Terms reasonable. *y* WEST FORTY- FIFTH STREET? A FEW PLEA XiO sant Rooms to let, with Board, in a private family. Bcfcrenoes oinhangad. Oft CLINTON PLACE. ? BOOMS HANDSOMELY FUR XiTJ nlshed, to let, with Board, on reasoaable terms, to ?sialHes and single gentlemen ; private table If required; lo ? atrai. OQ BOND STREET.? A GEMTLBMAN AMD WIFE OB XlO a few single gentlemen can and pleasant Rooms, with Bead Board ; also transient and table boarders taken. OQ WEST TWBNTY- FOURTH STBEET.? A BEAT7TI. AlO fully furaished Room to lot to a gentleman at a re Baaed rent. In a private family, near Fifth avonue.| OQ BOND STREET. -PLEASANT BOOMS, WITH ZSij Board, to lot. ?Jfc TWELFTH STREET. BETWEEN BROADWAY uU and University place? Pleasant, well furnished Rooms ?a 1st, with or without board. References. ?W BLRECKER STREET.? VERY PLEASANT FUR Ul nlshed Rooms to let, with gas sod bath. $4 per week A A RIVINOTON STREET. -TWO FURNISHED FRONT <tv Booms on second floor, to let, together or separately, to giHlMBM^or gentlemen and their wives, with the privilege iilllliKp CO EAST TWENTIETH STREET, CORNER OF. VAJ Fourth avenue? Handsomely turn (shad Rooms, with Bssad, to single gentlemen or gentleman and wife, to be Bad in a private family, In the house lately occupied by JNgMfd. Terms reasonable. French, Italian and Greek tC WEST FORTY -SECOND STREET.? BLBGAN TL Y OO farnlshed Booms, wtth first class Board, for families or single gentlemen; location most desirable In the city. 71 MACDOUGAL STBEET- GENTLEMEN AND ? X their wives or single gentlemen can obtain nicely fur nished Booasa, pleasantly situated, with good Board, at the ahoy address. OA FOURTH AVENUE. NBAR TENTH BTBBET.? Oft Splendid looatlon ; a farnlshed Parlor and Bedroom to let, together or singly, to gentlemen or gentleman and write, at moderate rent. Befereneee enehanged. ft A WEST SEVENTEENTH STREET. BETWEEN 5/T; Sixth and Seventh avenues? A furnished Boom to let, with every oonumieaoe, In a private family, with or without ^^^?WEST ELEVENTH STRBET, BETWEEN FIFTH ^^^?and Sixth a vs.? A eentlennn requiring elegantly Rooms, either singly or en suits, oan bo suoaie applying. Referenoe given aad req aired. ti\0 NINTH STREET, NBAR B BO AD WAY.? TO LET, llff) with Board, one large Room on scoocd floor; also ^^^Ms Room; a few day boarders taken ; references ei aaeslngl changed. 1AR WEST SIXTEENTH 8TRBBT, NEAR SIXTH lU I avenue.? A furnished Parlor to let; also Boomi Md hall Bedrooms. In a respectable neighborhood. 1 IQ WEST TWRNTY.THIRD STRBET ? TWO SINGLE HO gentlemen can obtain very desirable Booms, with BeafdL References required. "1 (If SULLIVAN 8TREET.-TO LET, A GENTEELLY XX JO farnlshed Room, to one or two dngle gentlemen. Terms moderate. inr NINTH STRBET, PEW DOOR8 WEST OF BROAD en satte. 1ZO way? 1-arge. airy. welBfurnished Rooms, single or wltB or without Board. Referenoe required. 1QA BAST SIXTEENTH STRBET, NBAR IRVING iOt/ pinae.? A plenant home and god furnlsheil Rooms, wtth or without Board; near uptown plaees of amneement aad convenient to several lines of oars and stages. 1QO BAST SIXTEENTH STREET ? FURNISHED lOZ Rooms, with or without Broakfat; house ?nd lock, tloa Srit class ; all modern ImproroinenU; one block from llriu square; ntmiKWi ?ioaangod. mWBST THIETT SECOND HTRERT? A PRIVATE family ha* two hand torn* newly, furnished Room* to tot, to single gentlaaiep ?.nly. locattoa near Broadway. HBNBY 8TRKET.-A GRNTLBMAN CAN BE aoeomaodaWd with Board, Uouse baa all the fmproremeuts , everything comfortable. Term* M2 fortf-ninth street, between and Third avenue*.? Neatly furnl*hed j without board, for tingle gentlemen only; family I; terms mode rata; reference required ?,? WAVEBLBY PLACE? FURNISHED ROOMS TO >0 tot, without hoard. In a hoitee with modern id WBMU, terms ?? and (M P?r week aaoh, SECOND AVENl'B.-SETRRAL DESIRABLE >0 elegantly f nroMhed Room*, with or without Board, tht Brat olaae raatdanca or a private famUjr. ?AST :FIFTBBMTII STBBBT (NEW NO. ??<? Board on BtuTveaant Park.? Elegantly furnished i, with first ciaaa Boatd. la a prlrata family ; reference* BLBHbEBB STREET, SIX BLOCKS WBST OP M to *10 par week far cool, pleaeeat at Board. 1 7? blbBdebb I sl2.KrtEicav 18? ?and in BLEBCKBR STREET ? $7 TO BIO PER 7 weak for eery pleasant Boom*, with good Board; ? edloa, aniubto fcr a deatlet or phjr?lrt*a. Ot/7 WERT PORTT-THIRD STBEET-FCBNISHKD aad nafarnlehad Beoma, with Beard; term* mod en*, references eichanged. Qi i BAIT TH1RTIBTIT BTBRKT. ON TOP FLOOR - AIT A few yoang gentleman eaa he accommodated with go?d Board and ptoaaaat Boom*. tV?l WEST F1FTEBNTB STBBBT.? TO LET. A ^1)1 aplandld third atory front Room, with Board, to a ?atlna aad wife or two single geuS?*u ; (rally email. gd ton? tow. BOWBBY.-TO LET. TO TWO BINOLI ORN. _ . . ttonea, a a catty (uraUhad Parlor. with hot aad ?old wator. gee, he. QI C WBHT SIXTEENTH STREET, A FEW DOOR* OIlJ We*? of Btgntb aeenae.? T# tot. a large fnrnlsliefl wltb or without Board, cvftaMe for a lodging room 287 Weet of Btgmth aeon with or without Board , ___ tor a alagtogetiUmnaa or far a geall? **a aad wife. QI 11 WBST TWERTT-8IXTB *1BEfT.-IN A PR1 ?)|!l ?a?e family, fine large rtirnlehed Room. on secend Beer, gaa. hath, ha., with Beard, for one or two yoong gen. Uemen or yoang married couple; term* moderate. QOi SECOND ATBNtfE, BBTWRRN EIGHTEENTH Om I and Nineteenth street*. by M ra. I<eater ? Two yooag gentlemen e an gel flae Board with a Hebrew family. ? BamT TWRBTT-THIRD streht.-to let, VSP (Pleodld Purniabed Parlor Floor, with or WllBnat Beard. In a private family, ao other boarder*. to gen'leman aad lady. B. ROBlNBoN. <|K7 QBAND STREET -TO LBT. A FURNISHED "i" ) I Room, with or without Beartl. to two young uien, | or gentleman and wife. Inquire oa the promisee. Teruia OCfi TWENTY SECOND STREET, WEST OP EIGHTH Otm I a- anno.- first ?:a?s Boa-d and an elegantly fur alehed Rw.ro for two person* at $11 each j one at $?. 1 1A7 BBOADWAT, NEAR TWBNTTSIXTH 1,14 I street One large Handsomely ftiraiabod Room, M a weeh . one ditto, breakfast If required. Board and boobs. -la dies, oentlemen, pan tiles, strange*, aoeommodsted pmrapdy ever? where, city or ountry ; all prtoes. French, English aad Spanish apokan Bureau do Oommtoaton and Boarding Emporium, BM Broadway. Board on bubbat will, betwefn fifth and Hlith avenoea ?the enure seemad Floor, atogandy fur. ?Ishad. naexwpttoaabl* refersneee glren and required. Addraee bai All! Bow Fork PootoSoa! ___ TIBRIRABLB NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM*. AT VERY XJ cheap rates, convenient to Cart, with privilege of oook *ng. at 41 Bemrlek street 12* BENCH BOARD. -FINELY FCRNt^HKD BOON*, th a prlrate Preneh fainllr, to gentlemen dcslro'is nr ting the Isufiage, home comforta Apply at IM East nteentb street. Reference*. _ OBORBN ? HANDSOMBLY FUBNISHRD BOOMS, Willi or withaai Board, at 117 Uvi<I*ob ttrttt. H BOAKDBR8 AHP LOPOIKB WAIM?P. Hoisl and boarding house keepers* pro. tertlve inum, H Kul Fourth street. established for tie parpoae or mutual protection against duhonest kotrt. eis and bud servants. L*dic* ?ud Jamlom"* m UlTllpd to call or aaod for circular. Agents wanted. FOWLBB * CHAPMAN. Take noticb.-handsombly furnished back Parlor, piano, mirror, fall Board to a gentlemau aad wife, $10 per week ; also one for fit , and 97 to a gentleman. 3U West Twenty-fifth street, near B Ighth avenue, _ BOARD ADD WBOHO WA STB D. i PLAINLY PCRNIS1/ED BOOM Id WANTBI>rWITH. A onl board, by two youug men (brother*), la a respeoia ble private family where there are few or no other boarder* ; terms not to exueed $6 a week for both. Address, with par. tlculara, Permanent, box 1.9X3 Poet offlee. A GENTEEL SOUTHERN FAMILY, CON8I8TINO OP mother, ion, daughter and her hatband, deeire pleas ant aooomino4stions and Board; term* unit be low. Ad. dreee, stating foil particulars, M., box 186 Hp raid afflee. DOAB1) WANTED- BY A OBNTLBMAN AND WIPE. Jj in a private family, where there are no boarder*; loca. I tion not sbove Tenth street, vast or west of Broadway. Ad dress, slating full particulars and terms, C. L., Herald B OABD WANTED FOR A YOUNO WOMAN, IN A 1 small plain, quiet family, where the protection and com forts of a home can be had, between Bleecker and Forty second streets, west side. Bert of reference given. Addreea for two days, with all particulars and lowest price, Wilcox, Herald office. TjlURNISHBD BOOK, WITH OB WITHOUT BOABD, J; wanted by a lady. Terms not to exoeed $7 a week, with Board. Address g. J. L.. Herald offloe. ?flT ANTED? AN UN PURNI8HED BOOM, WITH BOARD, ?T for gentleman and wife, In good neighborhood, on weet stds of city. Terns most be moderate. Address, with full particular*. Q. 8. P., Herald office. TJ7ANTED-BY A MAN AND WIFE, BOABD IN A It private family, twenty situates' walk from Broadway and Broome street, or convenient to ear or ferry oonmnnt eation. Breakfast at 6, dinner at U, tea at 7 o'olock. Ad dress, stating terms, E., station A. WANTED? A SINGLE BOOM AND BOARD IN PRL ?ate Protestant famtlv. within ten minutes' walk of Twenty-seventh street and Third avenue, not to exaeed $6 a week. Address E. W., station P Post ollloe. BHOOKLYH BOARD. Brooklyn board.? pleasant booms, with Board, in a first clans house, convenient to Wall street and South ferries. Apply at 60 State street, Brooklyn. B COPHtTRY BOARD. A PEW good class families or gentlemen and their wives can be accommodated with large, airy Rooms and good Board at Laue's Hotel, Queens, L. I., one honr by rail from New York; Que healthy nelghborheodand plenty of shade, fresh vegetables, Ac. ; no olln-r boarders gy. At tarbytown, on the hudson.-parties wishing Board can And desirable accommodations at a private house. Beautiful scenery; short distance from the depot. Address 8. E. M., Tarry town Post ofilre. AT OYSTER BAY-A Large PAMILY CAN BE Ac commodated with Board (for the summer at the water side. Address George Remsen, Oyster Bay, Long Island. A T LAFAYETTE. N. J.-A LARGE SQUARE ROOM, xl. newly furnished, to a gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen, with gas and bath, In a private family. Apply to E. W. GREENE, 104 Bleecker street. New York. Terms moderate. Board can br obtained for $h a week in Huckensaek, three minutes from depot, and one hour from city; location first class. Address 8. A. K., Herald offioe. OARDONTHE HUDSON, ONE HOUR FROM CITY; 1 house elegant and commodious ; good stabling, fine drives, boating, Ac. Apply for one week at 108 Bast Thirty, first street, or to O. 8. PECK, 308 East Twenty-third street. BOARDINO AT GLEN COVE.? FAMrLlES WISHING Board for the summer can find desirable aocommoda* tions in the large Farm House of the late Charles Under bill. Steamers beawaahaka'and Arrowsmith leave pier M, Peck slip, at 4 P. M. and 9;15 A. M. Cars leave Hunter's Point at 8 A. M. and S and 6 P. M. Apply to felt. ELIZA. BETH UNDER II ILL. Glen Cove, L. I. i^OUNTBY BOARD? ON THE HARLEM ROAD, TIRST ! 1 1 station above White Plains. Two good Rooms to a iSval* ratu? 1 healthy location; Qua garden. Address P. gcore; Bo.s7<*??Wt COUNTRY FOftfcST hAii?; cat? kill Mowatoioa; location healthy and very p>?asaut; large, airy rooms ; dally mall; prices moderate. Address H. Crapser, Asn, Greene oonnty. N. Y. COUNTRY BOARD-IN NORWICH TOWN, OONN. Pleasant Rooms, with good Board, may be obtained by apply last at M6 Broadway, music store. COUNTRY BOARDING PLACES AND FURNISHED Cottage* can be obtained bv applying to J. Q. FOWLER, Twantv-taird street, comer Fifth Avenue Hotel. No charge to either party unleaa rooms are taken. DBSIRABLB COUNTRY BOARD AT MOUNT KI8CO, Weatcbester county, N. Y., one and a half hour by Harlem Railroad; house large, pleasant rooms, well veatl lated and furnished; good board; pleasant drives ; churches; stabling. Ac. Apply to S. HYATT, No*. S and 1? Cooper Institute, In carpet store. ?ESIRABLE BOARD IN PLAXNFIRLD, N. J,? NEW house ; fresh s gas, milk and vegetables. Terms mode rate. Address Mrs, T. Buxton, Plai afield, N. J. TVB8IRABLB COUNTRY BOABD, FOR GENTEEL XJ families and sla?le gentlemen. Far particulars ad. dress J. H., boa MM Post offioe, Ms? rensnk, ar cell at call. way depol VTBW BRIGHTON, ITATBN ISLAND? 90 MTNL'TES JJl by best, to ' meror winter. Rooms. ?xoHItBi Hnril i Ing or inquiring st Post offisa. Mat leading, for realdence, R. A. Y. Terma moderate North shore, state* island. -one or two gentlemen ran obtain pies sent aaoomnaodatleas with a private family on Richmond Terrace (fronting (he water), five minutes from the leading; bathing, boating aad St ah ? ling. Address Mr. Allen, box K3 Port offlce. SIX OR EIGHT ADULTS CAN OBTAIN BOABD IN A private family near the Savin Bock House, Weet Haven, Conn. Address box 105 Post offioe, West Haven. iiiIm from UndiDf * pinnoli sum single e^Osmen wlfl find large, airy I aad aa strssehta home, by addreee SVHBKKK RESORTS. Amort cha.rming "location among tbb Ukra and mountain*, where all the prima eatentlalt for country enjoyment can be tecurad oo moderate term* ; good table, excellent (tilling, ipiendid scenery, and remark ably healthy. Addreaa C. B. Winnun, White Lake, Sulli van ouunty. S. T., or F, A. Chapman, U Naaaau atreet, roam No. a. Bath hotel, bath. l. i.-this hotel has bacn remode>ed and refurnlahed tit a itvle un*iirpe*aed by any hotel in tha oountry: U now open for the aeaaon. The table will ba furnlaliea with the beat the market* will afford ; enperior French cook* and waitera hare been en gaged, and trarjr atteuMon will ba paid to tha oomfort of tha gue*t*. J. OTTKSHlIMKK, Proprietor. aVsIDE HOUSE. L. t. ONE HOUR FROM WALL itreeL?lhta delightful retreat, having changed hand*, la now open for i be accommodation o( familiea and tingle geatlemeu; farllltlai far boating and bathing Take Court atreet earn at Kulton ferrjr. Conductor* will direct. J-IOIZBNS' WEPT POINT HOI EL IS MOW OPEN.? U Foreeui wlohing to engage Room* oaa do *o by addrru Ing Cotiena Brother*. Went rolnt. SiLlFkWooD HOUSE.? SPLENDID BRA BATH I NO. / rowing mailing. Hahlng drlvea, (rovea; Chalybeate irlnga: bi weekly bora; una mi a from Keyport, N. J. H lentil t>oat Matteawan leave- Barclay atreet 4 P. M. Fare tUeenta. far otruular apply to Dr. KBNT. 17* Bieeefcer ft. rEATH HOUSE, RCHOOLRY'9 MOUNTAIN. NBW Jcraey, ft now open. For term*, Ac., addraaa Bylvauu* Jra IIOUII, "UIM.IIUB. nikuii'aun, wuuua. bla oounty, N. Y.-farm of 3U acre*: Houae laraa, Bfnlly ?ituated on a alope nrerlaoking three beautiful ia, roorae well ventilated; plaiaee on three ildat; too HOPS HOUSE. "HILLSIDE,' HILLSDALE, COLUM. bla nounty, 5. Y.? Fan beauOfnlly ?ltuated on a alo( low na , rootna well ventilated ; piaxaaa < ? r , - ? newi; eieelieut tabffi; plentv of frnit, milk and vegetable!; ft ue water, aalubrioua mountain air, roomaUe ramblea: good fadlltlee for riding ; every paint taken to plaaae. Oueata and baggage takao from liiUadaie depot without charge; IWmileaby Harlem Railroad. Terma $19 per week. Ad draaa B. Over# leer. Hilladale.JL Y. T A KB HOUSE. I8LIP, L. I., IB BOW OPBB FOB JJ familiea or traaaient gueata. A. B. BTBLLBNWEBF. La tOUBBITB BOCSB. BEROBN POIBT, m. J? TMe beautiful aummer reaert la now open; Ha aaay to the rlly makea It the moat dealrabte of all otbere vlrtnitv or New York, only taking thirty minutea to ymr~ ' Theniaa~P. Way, BeSSeyatiwai, foor tlmea dally". In the vtrtnltv i reajh the hotel tf _ __ ? . ? utegmbwat Red Jacket. foot of liberty atreet, eteaoiboat ~ r tlmea dally. JOHN O. ARMOUR. ONTBAOLK BOUSR. AT BUSPBRSIOB BRIDGE, Niagara, N T ? Thlx elegant hotel ia now open for the recaption of gueatp: From rrer* window In the front and ?tbe reraadaa you oo ninan d a full view of the greet of N la vara and tke Railway Suapeaalon Bridge Board from fit) to fit per week. M O. DB CAMP, Proprietor. MANSION HOL'SR, BRLLRYILLR, N. J.. LOCATED on the Paaaatc, nlnt nyiea from New Tor*, baring changed hand*, la open for famlltea and a ingle gentlemen ' Boerilei* >pl<-n.i .1 boating, baihinit and fiahlng ; atabllng. Heeeeiy and healihy air unaurpaaaed. Apply oo the pre miaea J. J. HMALL. Proprietor. POWF.LTON Hor?E, ^EWBURO.* T.-TT?f3 FIRBT JT rlaat hnnae will ba opened June IP, for the aeaaon. Terma reeeonabie. H. BLAKE. Proprietor. STBTHON IIOt'KK, " LONO BBAXOH, NEW JKIl.-KY. ThlamagniSeenf ?lrmmerllntcl will open forltaaemnd aea ,'tlut M Ma? Kam i Ilea who aet-ure rooma for the mnath>of June, Jntv and A i|u>t, a aeaaon of three montha, will Hfc taken at reduced rate'. Application ft?r rooma made at the hotel at I^iig Branch, br i?r?(Wi or letter. On every Tuewlay and Thnradav one of the proprietor* can be aeen at the A *ti>' Mieiae. Mew York, between It and I o'rioek. C. A. BTIiTBON Jr. A OO. TBi'MPSflN H ATI. ANTIC PAVILION, HIGHLANDS New Jeraey, la now open for gueate. Terma moderate; Hue aurf and river bathing, and fine ahady grov*. JoiSKPH J. THOMPSON, Proprietor. YTNION HOTEL, BARATOOA. U popular PRicea. Saperlnr KTimmolatlon* for famlltea and gentlemen. Bontd ft per day. (M per week. Ragragamaator and omnl bnaea at atatlon on aoival df tra i n a Addraaa Lalend Brother*, or B Lelaad A Co., Metropolitan Hotel, New York. ' HOTEL*. AT TUF. WHITNEV HOUSE. BROADWAY, CORNER of Twelfln atre?t -Room* to let en aiilte or alngly. Single Rooma front, fl per night Meal a aorved to onler, or will be faratabed by the weak, at tha option <M the gueet. a B. B. BEAD. DELIOHTFUL LOCATION FOB SCBMBB.? RB> onion Hotel, Forty-aoormd atreet. near Fourth avenne. rlrhlv furniahed Room*, la inlt or finely, for flratalaae fern IHwa or tingle gentlemen. Table a la European. ? . ? a? . - - __ . . . a MATRIMOMIAL. TkBU* JEtTNBfl F1LLRB FRANCAIBBB DEBIRENT I f falre la r?ona>aaanee -t? dem meeateura r??j c tai ie pear te turitr, Addi?aaer M. If. ?| JJ. Lkf iuIkii A. ^^^lALES^AT A IT CTTOlf. ACuCTIONNOTICB.-E. BOTH, AUCTIONEER, WILL ? Mil over $16,000 worth Of magnificent Household Furni ture ,elef?m rosewood Pianofgrte, cum $fl00, Work* of Art: Am OH Paiatiaga A<x, at auction to the highest bidder, without raters* thin, MONDAY AFTERNOON. June*. atrf o'clock prMtasly, at the four itory dwelling house 119 0 Union place, Eighth street. between Klfth and Sixth avenues, consisting of rosewood Pianoforte, two beautiful Parlor Salts, in French satin, crimsou and maroon, crimson and gold brocatei; marble tap Tablee. Btageres, Curtains, Clock*, Mirrors, Carpels, Bedsteads. Bureaus, Washstauds. Spring and Hair Mattresses, Bolsters, Pillow*. Lounge*. Sofa* and Cbalrs, In haircloth and reps; Glass, China and Silverware, Cutlery, fa Sale positive. A^HDCTION 8ALB OF TALI' ABLE HOTEL PROPKRTY ?? In the town of Bye, adjoining the village of Mtunaro I Bee*, in Westchester oountjr. GEORGE WT SMITH, Auc tioneer, will sell at auoAloa, on the premises, on Tuesday. Jane ?, at 1 F. M., the valuable Property known as the I Union Hotel, situated in the above named town, and front, king on the Boston Turnpike road, being in the centre of the ?business portion of the place, and dealrable li^lnve^M or for badness purposes. lfap? of the property. ssle, Ao.. oan bo obtained ou application to JOHN P. LYON, 148 Chatham street, Sew York Tram* leave oath street at 1 1 :80i terms of LYON. Twenty-sev ADCTION. WILLIAMSBURG ? G. W. KKL8BY. AlTC tioneer, will seH, at publlo auction, on TUESDAY, J una X, at 10)4 o'clock, the handsome Household Furniture In first daaa dwelling, No. 156 South Second street, near Sixth street. Elegant raits Satin, Brooatei and Oreen Reps ; Pier Glasses, Velvet Carpets. Ornaments. Ao.. Ac. Hale positive. A UCTION NOTICE. A THIS DAY (MONDAY*, JUNE 34, At 11 o'clock. TWENTY-EIGHTH REGULAR 8PBINO SALE MANUFACTURED STRAW A*ND PALM LEAF UOODS. A CHOICE LINE OF?MEN'f AND BOYS' HATS. Catalogues and samples now ready. WM. TOPPING A CO., Auctioneers, 1B2 Church street. Auction noticb.-elbgant household fur nlture at private sale at a great sacrifice for oash. A beautiful Parlor Suit, la French satin brocatei; cost $375; will be sold for $3U0; one Bait in green rape for 986. Also Piano and a lot of Parlor, Bedroom and DlnlngFurnltare at a bargain. Inquire at 58 Bleeeker street, near Broadway. Auction sale on monday-at m> third aye. nue, at 3 o'clock; valuable Household Furniture; Mar ble Top Mahogany Counter, Lager Bear and Oyster Saloon Fixtures, Crockery and Glassware. Auction trade sale of crockbry, ac-henby G. EVAN 8. auctioneer, will sell in lots from the shelve*, to suit, on TUESDAY, June 36, at 10 o'clock, at IS Barclay street, White Granite and oonmos Ware, French China Tea Sets, Table Cutlery and Glass Ware. Ac. 4c. Goods carefully repacked for snipping. AUCTION SALE.? ENTIRE FURNITURE, FOUR 1 i. storehouse, TUESDAY, June % 10J4 o'clock, includ ing extra ftne seven octave rosewood Pianoforte, overturn ng boss, carved legs. Stool and Cover; very little used; oost $660. Particulars la Tuesday's Herald. J. W. CAMPBELL, Auctioneer. ADMINISTRATOR'S BALE.? JESSE O. DISSOSWAY, Auctioneer. The administrator of the estate of U. M. Weed wiB sell at auction, at the Richmond Club Track, Btaten Island, the balanoe of Horses, Mules, Cattle, Farm ing Implements, Ac., on THURSDAY, June M7, at 11 o'clock, Auction notice.? all the magnificent Household Furniture oontalned in the live story brown atone bouse 44 West Sixteenth street, between fifth and Sixth avenues, at private sale at less than auction price*. Superb Parlor Suit, oost (460, for $200; one do., $73; Eta geres, Bookcase. Pianoforte, cost $0U0. for $MI; 1'ainting*, Bronzes, Carpets, Mirrors, Lace Curtains, Clocks, Vases. Bureaus. Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Centre Tables, tlair and Spring Mattresses, Extension Table, Buffet, elegant sets China, Glass, Silver Ware. Table Cutlery. Hatstauil, Ac., in use lesa than six months, at half the original cost. T>Y HENRY W. LEEDS A MINER. X> HENRY H. LEEDS, Auctioneer. On TUESDAY, Juue 35. at 10>? o'clock, at the residence 136 West Twenty-first street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE? Consisting of Yelvet and Brussels Carpets, carved rosewood Suit, in crimson plush; Laee Window Curtains and Cornices, Window Moults, roae wood Quartettes, rosewood Chairs, in embroidery; carved mahogany marble top Dressing Bureaus, mahogany Bed steads, Straw Paillasses, Hair Mattresses, Roisters and Pil lows, mahogany Rockers and Chairs, covered ie haircloth ; Cbalrs In lasting. Velvet and Brussels Stair Carpet*, rose wood HalUiand. Oilcloths, Stair Rods, Ac. Further par ticular* in catalogue. .. - - B Y MINER A S0MERV1LLE, At Horse Auction Mart, Union square. TUESDAY, Jnne 36; Several fine Turnouts and Family Teams, Park Phaetons, top and no top Wagons, several Road Horses, Saddle Horses. Some very One Trotting Stock. Ac. gOOTS, SHOES, BROOAN8 AND BALMORALS. EDWD. BINTZENICH, Auctioneer. DRURY A CO. will sell at auction, for cash, on MONDAY, June 24, at 10)4 o'clock, at the Hoot and Shoe Commission Salesrooms, ICS Broadway (near Maiden lane), FIVE HUNDRED CASES OK BOOTS AND SHOES, comprising a large and well assorted variety of Man's, Wo. men's aadChildren's uoods, adapted to (he requlremeots of the trade for city, Western and southern trade, oontigned by manufacturers, for peremptory sale. Catalogues and samples ready; BEHJ. F. THRALL. AUCTIONEER. (Lata salesman w|th E, H. Ludlow A Co.) Eoueeholri Furniture, Carpet*. Ac. By THEAlA A BROS., on TUESDAY. June 25. 188T, at 10), o'clock, at 131 Bast Twenty.fourth street, between Fourth and Lexington avenues. All the Furniture. Ac., con tained In said house. Catalogues new reedy at the auction office, y Liberty street ' C HA RLE 8 HOBLENBER Q, AUCTIONEER ? SELLS THIS DAY. at 19 o'oiock, at Ml Kast Twelfth street, the entire Stock and Fixtures of a well stocked Grocery; barrels ef Sugar. Flour, Vinegar. Standi, Coffee, Tea, Ac. If not soM tn one lot, positively In lots. F- IITT-Flll8T"AU0TI0N salk. M.0U0 to dl), 000 tons Scranton Coal. on WEDNESDAY. June *. 1807. Naw York, June 17. 1987 ? The Delaware, Laekawane and Western Railroad Oom paay will sell, by Messtv JOHNH. DRAPER A CO., Anc uoneers, at the Company's salesroom, ? Exahauge glace, oorner of William street. New York, on WEDNESDAY, June 28, lost., at 13 o'clock, noon, 60 000 to 89 000 tons of fresh mined Coal from the Lsekawana region*, of the nsual sizes deliverable at their depot, Ellxiibetbpurt, N. J., during the month of July, 1807. Also, at the same time and place, 10,000 tons, deliverable at Washington, N. J., during the month of July, _JRM9? Fifty cents per ton, payable in current funda. oa the day of sale, and the balance within ten days thereafter. If required, at the office of lh? ilUil" Dislnlll", ri9*lu0Q ?? COLTON, AUCTION EE B-? WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. at 1?H o'clock, the entire elegant Furniture of the P. ? home 14 East Twenty-eighth <.,re?L near Fifth avenue. I'arlur. Bedroom. Dining lloom an# Basement Furniture, Carpets, Mirror*. Curtain*, Mi?ttre**es, oilcloths, Ei tension Table, China and Ola as Ware, Kitchen Furniture, Ac. Cata logues at the store, 734 Broadway, oe Tuesday. Henry d. miner. auctioneer. -salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite the I'ost eg) ee. MINER A SOMERVtLLK will sell at suotion. WEDNES DAY, June 2k, at II o'clock, at their sale* mom, 37 Nassau street, a One collection of original modern Oil Painting* of the Belgiaa. Dutch aad French schools, just received from Europe and never before seen In this county; also a number of Painting* from private collection by American aad Eng lish artiste of celebrity. Wili be on exhibition Monday morning. H COT) LET. AUCTIONEER. OFFICE 27 NEW CHAM . bese stresl? Sell* Juae Jf>. at II A. M.. the entire Sioet, Fixture* and I -rase of a One Drug Store 70 New Chamber* street. OJloe* attached. J BOO ART, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL ON . WEDNESDAY. June 28. ?t 10), o'clock, at the pri vate residence 10 East Forty-first street, nesr Filth avenue, aleg.nl Home hold Furniture, rosewood Plaao, Mirrors, Ac., consisting of earvsd rosewood Parlor Suits In greeu plorh. rosewood seven oeuve grand action upright Piano forte. made by Stoddarf: Piano Stool, Music Rack. Lace Curtains, green rep Window Curtains, Linen Shades, rosewood and black walnut marble top Centre Tables, Uuartet Tables, Bronte Clocks, One Oil Paintings, Mantel Ornaments, Vases, Turkish Lounges. Easy Chairs, Mantel and rler Mirrors, rose wood Ktageree Velvet, Brussele and Three- Flv Carpets; Library rosewood Book rase. Books, Library Table, Chairs. Arm Chairs la reps, anno ire Wardrobes, elegant carved rosewood and black walnut French Bedsteads, do. marble top Dressing-Bureaus and Commodes to match; pure Curled Hair Mattresses. Spring Palls mas. Pillows and Bolsters; Ingrain Carpels, enameled marble top Cottage Suite, b'ack wamut Cribs, Cottage Be Uieada, Ladies' French Secretary, black walnnt Hat Stand, Velvet Stair Carpel, Rods, Door Mala, Oilcloth, Dining Room black walnut Pillar Extension Dining Table, Ac. , Dining Room Chairs. Sideboard. Lounge In reps. China Tea and Dinner Seta, Crockery and Glass ware, oilcloth, oak Refrigerator, Kitchen Furniture and Utensils. Cataloguee at the auction rooms, No. 1 North William r* Mortgage sale of Billiard Tables ? J. BOO ART. Auctioneer, will seO on TUESDAY, June 28, at 11 o'elodk. at the selee roema No. 1 North William ? treat, four of Sharp's rose weed m?vi>le bed four and alx pocket Billiard Tables, Belle, Cues, Markers, Ac., nnmpisla. By order of the mortgagee JOHN L. VAWDBWATBR, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL TO-MORROW (Taeedeyt.at 13 M., in front of Mlee roora. 24 Duane atreet, opposite Sweears Hotel, a very su perior line of trotting aad road Horses, Wagons, Harness. Ac rbls sale will embrace some of the finest stock that haa been offered to the public this season, and partlse wish tag to purehaes will do weTl by attending. N. B.? Basement and Hub- Cellar to lei. X F. TRATRR, AUCTTONB BR? SELLS THTB DAY. ?I . at 1"H o'aloec, Lease and Fixtures of Store 78 New Canal atreet, with three rooms attached. Would make % splendid cigar or fancy roods store. Rent H> P? month. ? MYER BLSAS, AUCTIONEER. WILL SELL THIS DAY, st 10V| o'clock, at No. 118 Seventh, the entire Furniture contained In said house, also Brussels aad In grain Carpets. Sold in lota. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.-THIS DAT, BY JOHN MORTI* mar, 14 hast Broadway, ofsui lots men's and women's ( lotting, Bedding and other seasonable goods. By order H. FREEL. <1 Roseslrsst. _ T> AWN BROKER'S SALE.? K. FIELD, AUCTIONEER, I 4S7 I'csri street, ooi nsr City Hall Place, will *ell THIS DAT at 11 o'clock, a large assorlfaoat of wnmen'a Clothing, Dresee*, fhawla, Cloaks, Remnants. Boots and Shoes, Bed ding, Ac., Ae. By order B MM, B. COSTELLO, 18 Mott street. PEREMPTORY SALE AT AUOTION-BY ORDER OF the Supreme Court, under direction of Hon. Darius Peek, referee, on SATURDAY. June 28, 1887, at 1 P. M. , at the Court House m Hud?on. Columbia oouoty. The EMPIRE LOOM WORK8. at Stockport, Colombia county, on Claverack creek; a never felling Water Power, five mllee north of Hudm, N. Y. Main building, brick fartory and machine shop, 280 bv 10 feet, two stories, with wheel hmi?e, turbine wheel and shaft ing attached, with 12 to 14 feet head of water; carpen ter's shop and sawmill, large foundry and forging shop, pattern shop, nleanslng shop, two barna, with stable and bri'k iffloe, eaeloalng about five aeree. and pr?mi*ee for ab<>at five hundred workmen. Alee the Empire House Ho* tel. with stable, bam, lee bouse Ae., Wtth aeoommo>lations for thirty to forty persona. Also twelve double and single frame Dwellings fir workmen, and about 70 earns meadow MM I Information apply at 181 i referee, at Hudson, < aad pasture Land. For farther Information apply at 1M Dnane street, New York, or to the referee^ at Htwaon. ?. RH1CHARD WALTER?, AUCTIONEER? WILT. SELL ? on WEDNESDAY, .Inns 28, at W o'clock, st 281 Itaat R roadway, corner of Montgomery street, a ffna sssortment of Parlor. Chamber snd Kiteben Furniture, vis j-Olass and Crockery^ W are, Dining Room Furniture, Tapes fry, Brussels and Ingrain Ca?T>e<sfPla?a Miirora Centre, Card and oibet Tables Pianoforte, Bureaus, Waahstands. Bedsteads. Bed ?lis* Bwkowgb CkiMM CabiMt, pa?M Orasmeals, At. aAua at APonoa. Richard Walters, auctioneer. Mortgage ?aie. Will sell on HONDA V, At 10 ovlock. At 1M Pruioe ? treat, the Leui of said premises ; also Counters, Bar Flxtore*. Ac. p. QILLESPIB, Attorney for Mo rtgagec, SAMTTBI. WYVN, A ITCTI O.N EER, SEL13 THIS DAT. ?|W)> o'eloek. at 4? Third avenue. (be Fixtures of Con oert Saloon. ( hairs, Tables, bagatelle, Ac. This sale in worth your ?tdudm. Sheriff s kale-furnishing goods, to. JBOHABD WALTER8, Auctioneer, will tell on MOM* DAT, at U o'clsek, At 37 East Broadway. ? quantity of (leu tlrmen's Fn rubbing Goods, viz;.^.Sblrts, Undershirts, Drawers, Collars, Ties, H.wiery, Ac Also a quantity of gen. tlemeu's 01<>t!uBi Coau, Dusters, Paula, Vests. J ohm Mrk iojr7tH(mty JOHN KELLY, Sheriff. SHBBIFFs SALE? ARTIFIC! AL FLOWERS-RICH. ARD WALTERS, Auctioneer, will Mil OB MONDAY, at II o'clock, it 27 EuhI Broadway, a lfrgs quantity of Artl Heial Flowem Press, De.k, Ac. JOHN KELLY, Sheriff. B. Bbillt, Deputy. SIHEBIFF'S SALE. > WINES, LIQUORS. AO. RICUARD WALTERS. Auctloueer, will seH on TUES DAY, at 11 o'eloek, at the baseineut of Shakespeare Ho'el, southwest aoraer Duane street and New Chamber*, 16 hh Us. Wtoe, easks ?f Wine, bote* Champagne, barrels of Grape Wine, Quantity of empty Casks, Bottles, Tables, Chairs, Re frigerafor. Glasaware, Bar and Bar Fixture*. Kngravluss. Ac. D. Quxasm, Deputy. JOHN KELLY, Sheriff. UERIFKS SALE.? BICHARD WALTERH, AUCTION ^ eer. will ?ell on MONDAY, at 10 o'clu. k. at 166 Prluce street, the Mook and Futures of Ural el ass Liquor Store. Bar, Bar Futures, Seer Pump, Ac. D. Uimsm. Deputy. JOHN KELLY, Sheriff. mo CAPITA LISTS. ?A BABE CHANCE FOR INVEST i menu A. J. BLEECKER, SON A CO. will sell at public auction, under a judgment In partition, on TUES DAY, the 3Uli day of June. 1467, at tue Exchange .Sales room, 111 Broadway, at 13 o'clock, noon, the following val uable Property, being paitof the estate of the late James MoBrair. via:? Lot and building 90 Wall street, lot and building 121 Water street, one lot ou weal side of Madison avenue, north of Fortieth street; six lots on north side of Fortieth street, between Fifth and Madison avenuea, and part of lot northeast corner of Fifth avenue and Fortieth street O. TILLOTSON, Referee, Nsw Yoke, June 30, 1967. 40 Exchange place. WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER? SELL THIS DAY, AT H o'clock, at 454 Canal street. Parlor Suits, In broeatel, reps and haircloth ; French Plate Pier and Mantel Mir rors, Lace and Brooatel Curtains; Centre, Dlotni; and Tea Tables; Ktagere, Velvet Carpets, black walnut, rosewood and enamelled chamber Soils; Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Sheets, Wardrobe*, liookcase, Rocking and other Chair*. Lounges, Sofa Peds. Extension Table, china Dinner andTea.M-U; Glass and Sliver Ware, Stores, lue Box: 76 Velvet, Wilton, Tapestry. Three-ply, Ingrain and Stair Car Bits; 40 roll* Matting, large Jot Oilcloths, 600 ca hairs In lots to dealer*. Goods packed and shipped. s EXPRESSES. J^MERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY. iscreaseITfacilities, AT LOW RATES AND GREATER DESPATCH. important~to"merchant8 and others doing business ou the line of the HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD. The Amei i< an Express Company have lately completed arrangements with th/> Hudnnu River Railroad bv whioh ? they are enabled to offer the public far greater facilities In speed and much lower rates than have ever heretofore been offered. Enrreases will bo received and forwarded by all Passenger trains. The Company have agents at all the 9 tat ions, also the neoessary facilities at all toe important places on the road for the receipt and delivery of goods or parrels at the doors of their patrons without extra charge. They have also established UKANCU OFFICES In the CITY OF NEW YORK and vicinity, as fo lows, at whioh business will hereafter be received and delivered, aad all onlera left at same for wagons to call will receive prompt attention ? PRINCIPAL OFFICE. VOS. 132 AND 124 BROADWAY. CORNER CEDAR STREET, NEW YOBK. BRANCH OFFICES; No*. (1 Hudson street; 1 X Murray street; 3S0 Canal streat; Mi Broadway; Thirteenth street and Broadway; under Wallauk's theatre; Twenty-ninth street, Hudson River Rail road depot. 914 Bron<tway ; root of CorUandt street; Twenty seventh street. New Haven Railroad depot; 186 Montague street and 484 Fultou street, Brooklyn; 81 South Seveuth street, Williamsburg; and at 18 Exohange place, Jersey AU packages or other business, destined for New York, should be addressed to the STREET snd NUMBER; and all matter for that portion of the city located above Thirtieth street station will be delivered direct from that point imme diately on the arrival of traius. Particular attention will be given to the Ailing of all orders intrusted to our care for the purchase of goods or other business, and returns made by first trains. BPBClAL RATES will be made for the SEASON or YKaR to shippera of heavy first dan goods, to whom we are prepared under this arrangement to offer l>etter facilities than they c*u procure from any other source, as we will contract to RECEIVE FREIGHT AT TUEIK DOORS and DELIVER SAME AT DOOR OF CONSIGNEE, saving all expenses for drayage at each end of route, and DELAYS and DAMAGES Incident to the shipment by river or rail road. Our facilities for local buslneas are unlimited, and no de lays can occur. AU L08SES OB DAMAGES WILL BE PROMPTLY SETTLED. For Information as to rates, apply to Agents at Statlona, or to General ofDoe, 1*4 Broadway. CHAS. H. WELLS, General Agent. ADO. HYNABD, FUBNITUBE EXPRESS, 78 AND ho Bank street, near Bleeeker.? Furniture packed, ship ped. stored and moved, city or country. A BURN HAM'S FURNITURE EXPRESS? OFFICE, . 116 West Eleventh street, near Sixth avenue? Large Wagons for moving furniture, city or country , pianofortes, furniture boxed, snipped; furniture stored; money advan ced on furniture. CLOTHI!IG. A T THB YOUNG AMEBICAN CLOTHING COMPANY n 1M Seventh avenue, ladles and laallMiwa cm mtn S per ml mar* for their Cut Off Clothing, Oarpeta, Fur Blture and Jewelry then at ur other plaoe in the oil/. Call on or address R. BiRRIH, IN Seventh avenue, near Twen ty-third street. Ladlw attended by Mr*. Han-la. Attention.? laroe orders received at tub well known ssiablishmentef F. Boaenbeig, 'ill Seventh avenue, to purchase Wearing Apparel, Oarpeta, Furniture, Bedding. Ladieaor genta having any to dt*po*e of will re ceive the higheet prion by oelllng on or add rawing Mr. or ?ra- ROSENBERG, number aa above. Order* attended to or oat of the city. A T TBI ORIGINAL M. MARKS'. S> SIXTH AVENUE, A ladle* and gentlemen can receive 60 per oent more thau by any other dealer In the ally for their Cast-off Clothing. Carpet*, Furniture, Jewelry, Pnrs, to. Pleuo be hind enough to sail en or adore** the number aa above. Ladies Waited upon by Mr*. Mark*. In and out of the city. CI EN'TLEMEN HAVING ANY CAST OFF CLOTHINU T to diuxme of can get a fair prlne by calling on or ad drawing JAMES JUBKPATRiCK, it* Pearl street, near Chatham. ASTROLOGY. "If AD A MB ROSS. MEDICAL AND BUSINESS CLAIR. J?1 vojrant, aa West Twenty-flrst street, between Seventh and Kigmh avenue*.? Tells the n-iuie and ibowa likenew of fuiunt husband; bring* together thoee long aeparated. Mrs. seymoite, medical clairvoyant.? the lab- and whereabouts of abaent friend* made known. 315 Weal Sixteenth street, a few doors we?t of Eighth av. Madams Walters, distinguished olairyoy ant. Visit her tor everything? sickness, bosinsss, theft. names. numbers auo ! ln-.n. 3Tl Can.u a.ieet. Madame hope-hy palmistry on all ay fairs of llle. No. 7 Horatio atreet, corner Fourth. Ladles >1. Genu $3. nr/J BOWERY. ? MRS. H. ROKDER (JIVES THB ^ijf) beat mtl'facttou on all affairs tbrou|h life. Pee reduced. SEVENTH AVENl'K, NEAR TH1RTY.FI BHT , *tr">*i.? Mm? ItAV. Clairvoyant and A*troiogi*t Lucky n ambers. Speedy marriages. Ladies, M ceau. genu, SU oenu. MBUUAi. A CURB AT ONE INTERVIEW FOR MARRIED LA. die*, with or without medicine, from whatever cause, by Dr. FOWERS, l?l Stanton atreet Tllcnfortxfnatks OONBUI.T DB. BBNNBDT. Ifl A Slant., I street. Us* bis enly guaranteed remedies for i-ertaia di A? YOUTHFUL VIGOR AND MANHOOD RE. . gained. Una Dr. POWERS' Kllnr. especially all con. temp la ting marriage. Suocea* certain; failure impossible. IP1 Stan ten *treet DVICB TO LADIR8.-THB WOMAN'S TRUE FRIEND In need ? Or. POWKRS. 191 Stauton atreet. HI* French periodical remedies successful, from whatever cause. DVICB TO MARRIED LADIES.? MADAMS BBS A TELL'H lnfalllable Fmneli Female Pills; No. L prion r No. 1 price (A. which can never fall; *afe and hy. Office No. 1 Bast Fifty -**n>nd St., flrst dear from KN N* , thy. Office 1 Fifth avenne, or sent by mall. Aim sold at druggist's, IS) Greenwich street, and 3l7K Bowery M. MAURICF.AU, M. tK PROFESSOR OF D1SBASB8 .of wnmen, ? rear ? "*"** ne certain rails# to pain or ^convenience. Am. mauriceau, m. d., professor of diseasbs ?of women, 30 year* practice, at 129 Liberty street. Ijn&r antee certain relief to lad lee, from w lie levei causa, wltheu*. ? or (soinvaalenoe. A BLESSING TO LADIES.? A LADY W BITES -FOR tnguese Female Fill* relieved me In one day. without Inconvenience, like magic Prloe fa. Dr. A. M. MAURI CEAU, office l? Liberty street, or sent bv mall. A GREAT AND SURE REMBDY FOR LADIES.? THB Portuguese Female Pill* always give Immediate relief; price t& Beware of Imitators, who copy my advertisement* to tell poisonous compounds. Dr. A. M MAURICEAU, Ml Liberty street. A CURE AT ONE INTERVIEW, WITH OR WITHOUT medicine, for married ladle*, from whatever cauac by Madame RESTBLL, Profeeeor of Midwifery. Thirty yeara' pracUoe. No. 1 East Fifty-second street, Or it door from Fifth avenue. A -DR. ORINDLB, PHYSICIAN AND ACCOCCHER ? to the Private Lylng.ln Institute, No. 6 Amity plane, rant Room*, good Board, mining and Medical attend, anoe. All female complalBja skilfully irnatsd. A -MADAMS ORINDLB, PBMALB PHYSICIAN, N? , ? Aralty plaoe, can be consulted on all remale com. plaints. Pleasant roome for ladies who desire good nursing Md medical attendance. HoNnSntTfAL-DR. B. COBBBTT, MKMBEB OF V/ the N. Y. University Medical College, and R. 0. Surgeon*, London, can be consulted privately on certain due saw, at bis office, 30 Centre street, near Chambers, No fee unlaw cured. lT~SBLDRNr H BLBECKF.R STREET? npRClAL treatment for ladles. Advice free snd confidential. B HUNTER CAN CURE WORST CASES Of cSE tain dlseesea, without mercury, In < sorter time then aayother physician, or no pay taken. No. 3 Division street IMTORTA NT TO FEMALES -DR. A Nil" MAD A MR DUBOIS (twemy-flve years' *sooa?sful practice) guaran tee Immediate relief to every lady requiring medleal treat ment. Consultations free. Female Baa lo relive, u Pa tients from a dlsuaee provided with board, Aa. Married ladles' clrca.ar* free. Office IB Third avtnue, below Tenth sweet, N. T. LADIES, M AKR CERTAIN OF RELIEF BT CHINO DrTPO W B R?' Infallible Remedlw, confldenUal letter mailed free. Can or write, ui Stan ton street. ATIENTS WHO REQI'IRE SPinTtALIUtDICAL OR sorglcal treatment, from whatever cauee, should consult Dr. ORINDLB, Be. ? Amity plane. UNFORTUNATE FATIRNTB WHO HAVE BEEN DE. eelved or unskilfully treated elsewhere, should consult Or. GBJNDLS.No. ? Baity phe* CITY WLMAI * MTAn fOH liU. 4 FFLT TO STANLEY DAT, O* FOURTH AVENUE, J\ for Descriptive LUtol Cuy and Co u u try Property far sale, for occupation or investment. Hailed upou receipt of ?UDip, 4 FIRST CLASS AND BLEGANT FOUR 8TORT HIOH J\ stoop brown atone House on Fifty-fourth street, near and clone to Pifth aveuue, for sale, with poatessivu ; parties desiring to purehas* such a property at a Tory reasonable price may apply to 8. KHBEKSON, til Eighth avenue. ACHOICB LIST OP HOUSES FOB OCCUPANCY, Investment or speculation, for aale, sons bargains. KINO k CO.. No. 9 Twenty-third street, Fifth Arena* Hotel. XCOBNBR, OK PARK AVENUE, 73X80, FOR SALB few cheap.? Thi? Is a rare chanoe for a builder. Ap ply to URMY A COPLAND, 101 Fourth avenue. A ?FOR SALB, TWO NBW FIRST CLAM THREE jm , story and basement brown ?tori? front House*, built in the bent manner at day*' work. Apply on premises of O. W. SLlXiiEKLANlt, Fifty. umt street, between Broad way and Eighth avenue. All modern Improvements. Any one wishing a gaud house pleas* eiamlne them. FULL LOT ON EIGHTH AVENUE-COMMANDING ttae tin eel view of the Park ; $6.M0 THOMAS K.KLLEU. Broadway, room 19. A A< Ht JOI1N PETTRBTCH'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, ?I 418 Third avenue? 1'artie* wishing to purchase Property can have a printed list of Houses. I/Ota, Farma and Coun try Seats. Money wanted ou bond and mortgage. BW THB OWN BR AND OOOVPAMT-A FIRST CLAS3 ? four atory Brown Stone, nearly new, in Thirty-uinth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, at a bargain. Ad dress. Immediately, High Stoop, station G. r^HR SALE? 34 LOTS ON FIRST AVEVUE, EAST SIDE, ^^?of Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth streets, In the Imme diate vicinity of the improvements on the property known as Beekman Hill; the lota will be sold on favorable terms ; 300 feet 10 iuubea on First avenue, 416 feet on Forty-elghlh street, 41i feet on Forty ninth atreet. For particulars apply to ALLBH A BBOWlfw Broadway. PHOR SALB- . :** FOl'R STORY HIOH STOOP BROWN ? Mima He m ?i. Wmi Tweaty-seoond atreet; hand somely freeeo* ittM^kmi Inquire on the premises. FHOR HAL*- i mRY PBETTT THRBB STORY HIOH ? stoop brick Houee an llSlh street. In first olaae order ; must be seen to be appreciated; price So, 500; easy terms. JOHN FBTTKBTOHrilS Third avenue. EH>R IALB-AT A SACRiyiCE, A HANDSOME NBW frame House on IWth atreet, three minutes' walk from ^?>?d. Third and Fourth avenue ones and steamboat; all the first olaas Improvements. Apply to THOMAS OYB& INOTON, builder, 199th street, east of Third avenne. gHOOSB FURNISH BD.? FOB SALB, THB LBASB OF ? a House elegantly furnished. In Seventh avenue; the ^?niture nearly new; possession Unm^dUVSiy. A^P'J M ^Massau street, roons lft. ^ ^ TMBE FOLLOWINO BARGAINS ARB OFFERED FOB ? sale this day by JAMBS FKTTBBTOH A OO., 890 Third avenue:? J Double Tenements, five stories. In Bast Twenty ninth atreet, for $21,000, paying ever 18 per cent; I live story Tenements In .West Nineteenth, for $18,000, oash $6,OUO| 1 four stray Double Tenement la Bast Twenty- ninth street, ?18,000, rents for |S,000; S front and S rear Tenements In Baat Eleventh street, for 938,000, reut for 94,U00. Alao some splendid Corners for sale cheap. THHREB STORY BROWN STONB HOUSE FOB BALK, ? high stoop, in good location. Apply at 86 Duaue street, upstair*. Price $lo,0U0. BBOOKLYM BBAL BSTATB FOB BAJLlflT Ah HANDSOME BROWN ST<TnE HOUSE AT A BAR ^?giin; in perfect order; unexceptionable neighborhood. Immediate possession. Rare chance to a cash purchaser. O. H. BENEDICT, Si Pins street I OROOKLYN IMPROVED REAL ESTATE AT BAR-I sell at avenue, O gaiu h. ? A large owner desires money, and will sell at a sacrifice. H. MACOMBER A SON. SU Fulton uear Elliott place. ^'OJUNTR^ RK AL KSTATE FOR SALE. A BEAUTIFUL FARM OF ! bTaCBBS FOB SALB, TO cloae an estate of E. Lambdon, Sr., deceased, over looking Long Island Round, in front of John Stavenson's mauslon; plenty of fruit; house has 10 rooms; barn, car riage nouM; price f8,500, terms easy. Apply to J. P. ROB IN dON, E. LAMBDON, Jr., or JOSEPH LAMBDOlt, Bxe cutora, New Uochelle. A CHOICE VILLAGE RESIDENCE FOR SALB? IN Newton, N. J., three and a half hour's ride by rail from the city. For nartlrulars of location and the name of the owner, call on O. W. DEM A REST, at 177 Reade atreet. A DELIGHTFUL PLACE FOR HALE CHEAP, WITH 21 or lest ucreu near .Morris and Bssex Railroad. Ad dress box 21 South Orange, N. J. A GOOD CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT. ? FOR SALE, in Westchester oounty, 10 minntne' walk from bridge, a llousc and Lot. with Lienor Store; a fine pi ice for a sum mer garden ; a smart man can make a fortune in a short time; good reason* given for disposing of the plao*. Inquire at No. 4 Spring street. A RARE CHANCE. -A VKRY LA ROE AND FASHION- I able ice Oreatn clanten, in Hoot of a public park, in which !? a concert twice a mk for the amusement or the public, furnished with ail Improvements and somforta, and ? ID the vermgenteelest location In the city of Newark. It li the only place, making money faat, and with all refresh ment!, with eight yean' lease and privilege of renewing loaie when leaae eipirea; rent $l.fi00; will be sold for the low iun of 96,000; $3,000 oaah, balance on mortgage. Apply to C. KCHHirr, 331 Broome, corner of Chrysile street, New York. No agent* need apply. Am superior farm and country seat com. blned In New Jersey. ten minutes' walk Irom a rail road station, and on the canal; forty miles from New York; a very select Country Seat, with the advantage of a town; the lawn beautifully ornamented with ever Cten trees; ldO acres, wttb complete outbuildings: very sirshls as a gentleman's residoiica, or for luvexlmeut; looated in the heart of a thriving, well known town; most ol the property may within Ave years be sold in lots; only on*. third cash required: to settle the esiate. Possession immediately. Apply to EUGENE QUHVALulHlt, U Ce dar street. All wanting farms.? oood soil, mild cli. mate, thirty-lour mile* south of Philadelphia; price 926 per acre; best of grain and grass land. Also improved Parms. Hundred" are settling. Information sent free. Address ('. K. LandN, Proprietor, Vinelaud, N. J. A NEAT COUNTRY RESIDENCE, OP ONE ACRE JY New French roof bonse, stable, An. ; convenient to New York. Will be sold leas than cost. CAMPBELL. KELLY A 00.201 Broadway. A NICE OOPNTRY RESIDENCE-ONE UOUR FROM city; will sell or trade for City Property. Also a large and MMUl Farm; Will trad* Nirlmproveil^'i HhMKY TAPPiiN, SJ Pine street. A FIRST CLASS FARM. FRCTT8 AND Bt'lLDINOS Jt\ At Ureat Neck, 120 acres. 92&OOU. Also near Njuck, Rockland couiitv, Wi seres; elegant building* and sprtna water in house, slock, cropuud part of furniture tnoiiiued, 92c,oi?. w. H. MKLICK. 421 Broadway^ AT ELIZABETH. N. J., ? MINUTES FROM CITY A Hall. 4? Ira.ja dally? Fine House, 14 rooms, corner lot, llOslfO - gas, stable, plenty fruit; furniture If desired, will be told ota bargain, as proprietor will leave eity. Photo graphs snd fall particulars at J, M. MEEKER'S, 78 Cedar ?treat, Irotn 9 to II A. M . "a splendid farm in rockland oopnty, m A acres, fruits and buildings. $9,000. ? At depot. Rock land county, a beautiful Place, any quantity of fruila, ex. eellent building*, threw or more aores, $4,700. Farma. Mill* aud Couutry Seats, all prices. W. H. ME LICK. *21 Broadway. A CORNER BOUSE, LOT QUARTER ACRE. MOUNT Vernon, fourteen mile* from city, near two depots, B1 760 SI.2&U cash ** * D O. KNIOHT, 20# Brofiday, room 20. (10UNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SALE OR TO LET-ON J the banks of the Hudson, at ^^oat every station 00 the lla* of the Hudson River Railrond, between tula eity and Albany. Particulars, p, Ice, Ac.. with 8. EMBKKSON. 421 Eighth avontie. Factory, house and is lots for sale ciieap lialf an hoar from City Hall. Addrua* box S,tU Poat ofloo, New York. ER SALE? IN ORANGE COUNTY, A FARM OF W scroa. near village and depot; soil and location first ; possession at once. C. H. OLIVER, No. 7 Beekman street. For sale, oranob, n. j.-a fink residence. with from two to eleven aaras. boner has twelve room* (table, carriage house, fruit, Ac. . one and oes- half mliea from depot; will be sold low. Address box M74 Poat oBlcs. For bale at morriktown-with possession at once, a House, ten rooms, carriage and lee houie; exeellent ganlaa and lawn, shsde aad fruit traea, with 4 to SB aorea 8. EDDY, 1*1 Broadway, Brooklyn Insuraaca Company. Fcut salb or to let-tub beautiful and be. tenelve laand Country Seat, known a* l.oo iat Island, situated opposite the Neptune House. Now Rochelle. West theater county, IS miles Irom the City Hall. New York, accessible by steamboat and rail read. Far fall particulars apply to LEOPOLD SCHMIDT. AB Broad street, or TERRY A SERBIAN, 200 Broedwav. room B. For sale or to rent-a steel converting Furnace of large capacity, aitnatad on the eaual with dork aaa basin belonging to It. and within a few rod a of railroad. Address bos 4,1*. New York Post offloe. Hotel fob bale, in mediba, obLearn cors ty. ?The buildings and entire premises knowu aa the Paddock Hoase Ibis is the best pleas of property in the Stale for the money asked, and will be sold at half It* real valae to eloee an estate. For farther partlmsra sddreee box 2,744 NflW York i'oet oOlon, or Smilit A Breed, on the premise*. ILLINOIS LANDS AND CHICAOO CITY PROPERTY waalad. A. N. LANCASTER, l? Hall strset, N. Y. T BWIS B. WOOD, ADtTTIONEKR? MONTGOMERY JLj sweat, Jersey Citf : 7? Building Plot*, at Bergen Point, N. J., SO minutes from New Vork by the Central Kmlroad m New Jersey from foot of Liberty street, will sell on TUES DAY. June S. on the ground. 7* valuable Building Plots, situated 00 avenue V, Third. Fourth and Fifth atreeu, sur rounded by Sua Improvements; beauilful views from the properly, overlooking New York bay, Hlateu Islsnd, Newark eltv and hay. ie Frequent communication with Now York by the Central Bail rood of how .lersey, 14 times each way sally by the (tommies from Jersey Oily every hoar, and by steamboat five ume* each way datfv. Prop-rty is sltaated near railroad depot. and wtinin two blocks of the Bergen Polst snd Jereay 1 Ity plask road, one of the Bnest drives In ll'idson eoonly. For mane and ftiriher particulars apply to t. D. MBLLICK. Ja., A BHo., T M Pino street, Naw York. a7rr MILL FOR SALE-AT MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. OneMlnnh Foudrlnisr Msrhlne; two Engines, *0 bWs. each; IS feet bead of water; S acres, dwelling, with II moms Stable and garden , at a great sacrifice, must be sold. Addrass S. B. Brush, 47 CUff *tr-?t, N. Y. ACKK FARM, IN NBW JERSEY -ABUNDANCE OU of fruit; grind btillditigs, crops go with farm, near lbs eBy | >^$^j(^f4[0?ilAVT.R, II Chamber* atreet QAA -A NEAT OOTTAOE AND FOCB ACRES .OUU. of land si Wlp. near Railroad and Pavilion nnn -* *** MODERN BERIDENOE. STO. IpvivvU a r*j, 19 rooms, aad Bl aetaa. ovartookisg tba Sound, worth $7. WO, Farm. ? acres, now housa. teo rooms; M miles In Jersey W ELLINt), 13 ( hamhess street *7 firtn *,tw 'RK*?H ROOF HOUEE, WITH 9 1 ,t)UU Extension and axidern Improvements, to gether with twa Lota, In Asa neighborhood, IS mfnutee from wrrtea. Apulv to A Mi l, KAN, on premises, Prospeet art as*, w*g| of Mtrgea Wood avenue, Hudson City. N i. ^ BlAIi BWATIi WA?TBil> COTTAOB WANTHP.? A OOTTaor WAJt^Xjy* barlom or Weitchetsr flinty. cop?ntont to Vri not o?er 46 minutes from Twenty-M,*,,^ tireeL A\2 mating location and leraM, which mu*t be iuw, w station 1> ^oat uOe*. WANTED-IN EXCHANGE FOB A BEAVTIFUL ANy limsbed Ke*idei?oe, ou the Uttd*ou, <??" hours' ridt from Naw Yorir, s Stack Farm, with Btook. loauM in N#w. J*r?<?y or noar Philadelphia. AddifM bo* 4,1*11 M<rw Korfc Ko?t olllcs. ________________ WANTED- A LOT IN TUB OLD QBO0ND ATOtKEJ . wood CemsMry. Addraaa B. B. C., ho* 8U llerali otUro, sutlug number aod low??t can h price. WAKTKD TO PURCHASE ? A CHUBOH, OB 'a of O round of about four lota; location desired, Tweuty ttfth and Fortjf-aeouiid aUeetM and Tb avenue*. Addreu or apply to R. WYMAN. 25 WANTED TO PURCHASE? A BOUSE WITH eight r>KJLiu, located between Ninth aad street* and Third and Ninth avouue*; to ooat from *ia,U0U. Apply to WILLlAMM A CO., Beat Estaa s? Liberty *trect. FUR BALE. A BARE CHANCE.? FOR SALE, A PROFITA -?A. Outdoor Business, with Ilorie aiid Wagon ; price (. No humbug. Apply to P. RICHARDS, 88 West liouatou street, corner Laurens, from 6 to 8 P. M . A N EXCELLENT CHANCE TO MAKE MONBY.-POB A tale, a neat Fancy Store, one of the beat location* en Fulton avenue, Brooklyn, with or without Ktock. A great bargain. Aot4y for three day* to P . M. DALE, 1U Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn. A -FOR SALE, RESTAURANTS, CORNER LKWOB . Store*, Hotel*. Billiard Saloon*, Groceries. Better StuuJn, Miftt Stand*, Ala Vault*, Cigar Store*, Paper Bo* Factory, Bakerisa, Milk Route. \ MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar i A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, IN SUCOS xV operation, with Stock, Fixtures, Furniture. Tube*, to., Ac., will be aold for $<i&0 If aold tbi* week, at 68 Chatham itreet BARGAIN.? A MAN WITH A SMALL AMOUNT Ot A money oan get poiisesslon of the prettiest little Oro eery Store In the city, Present proprietor leaving for Bu> rope. Apply to BROWN A ROMaXMK, DM Broadway. AHTMO9PHERI0 BUTTER MAKER.? STATE AlfD I County Right* for *ale. The only true and umpla mod* of obtaining pure butter from milk or cream in about Are minutes, by separating the globules without burst log them or beoomlng oily or destroying the grain of the batter. Sen of KUenoe, agriculturalist* and capitalist* Invited to call and Judge for thamselr** at KB Broadway, oorner Dunns street, room No. & < ? A ?FOB BALE, BUTTER, EGO AND CHEBSB STORE, A, on Third avenue, balnea* location, with express W aeon, Horse, Harness and Route, paying well. Wlltba ?old at ?acrlflce, CAMPBELL k CO. , 106 Sixth avenue. ? BUTCHER'S SHOP FOB SALE.? PIXTUREB, ICE WB House, Awning, Ac.; rent only 936| will bo sold for BBll applied for this morning, between T and IS A. M. : ^?Houie alon* worth the money. Apply on pwlws, 448 Third avenue. A I*! ?T. to Jo h n f, GLHaIoN,^' ?-B P'emiass, B Bovr B HOARDING HOUSE FOR SALE? THE LEASE AND ? Good Will also; ten Beds and all the Furniture; estab lished eighteen year* ; in good location; good reason jayan for sslling. Call for four days or address P. MILaY, 101 Front street, Brooklyn. ? - ?rug STORES, ALSO PHYSICIAN'S PRACTICE FOB V *ale A thoroughly good bullosas In the city; also a physician'! Store and Practice, on the Hudson.' I^^^STRICKLAND. Druggists' Agsat, *0 Broadway. ? D tSbUO STOBB FOB SALE-DOING A PROFITABLE XJ buslnes*, in a populoui loaallty ; long establlahed. In quire at 486 Greenwich itreet, three door* above Oanal. Bbuo store fob sale -has a good trade and pay* well; *old on aooount of sfokness; will be sold cheap for cash. Addreia for three days Pharmacy, Barald olfioe. FOB HALE-A SAMPLE ROOM, WITH CELLAR; splendid business location, and doing a tins business. Apply at the store 748 Sixth avenue. For sale-the timber and ikinch bpkuce Plank contained in the building on Unlou square, lately used for the Fair for the Proteotorats. Apply to WM.? O'CONNOR, on the ground, from 8 to 10 A. M. end* to 8 T. M.. during the weak. For rale? the sloop scow b. chatoak, jo tori, Cuatom Houae*mark; now Ilea at foot of TMrty eighth atreet, Worth rlrer. Fob sale? the entibb stock, fixtures, lease, Ac., Of a Ret >11 Boot and Shoo Store. MKBB1TT A BANKS, 7W Third Fob sale-a pibst class confeotionbbt a?? Ice Cream 8?iood, with Cake Bakery, gear Breadway; the owner live* fron of rent. A^pl? to BO LOW ART m HEl.NZMAN, I <17 Cauitl atreet, near Bowery. rR SaLB-MO TOB 8CHOONBB, IN OOOD OBOBR, St.lkiO, a aplendld Yacht, In complete order, **,000; Fremiti and Tug Propejlera, all aizea and prtoea. PRICK A GOODWIN, W Naaaau i rB SALE-NEW ASK SECOND HAND COUNTBRB, Drug llrawere. OLhoe R uling's l'annela. iiaah Door*. Stun*. Ovxtcr Kliturea. Ac. ; :ilao Store* and Ofljoea refitted. Apply to J AM KB HODOH, S.< Jane atreel, weatof Eighth ar. I ."'OR SALE-A RESTAURANT, UYSTRR AND LIQUOR ' Saloon, on the beat part of Hleeeker atreet. Kor parUcu lara apply on the premleea. 1J# Hleeeker atreet. LX>R 3 ALE? A DRUG STORE. WITH THRBB TSARS' r Leaae: J oaae worth all that la aatod for the etore. For partlculara Inquire of BLISS A JAMBS, Ml Brooaaa atroet. POII 8A LB? ON R OF THB OLDEST EHTABLHHBD r ' wholesale and retail Liquor Booma down town, mm the gold and atoek boarda paying well and InveatlgaOon la all that la required. Apply to H1TOHOOCK A JOHNSON, 16.' Bn>adway, orer Lorlllard Inatirance Company. FOR 9ALE CHEAP? AN OIL REFINERY, SITUATB In South Brooklyn. Apply to LEWIS O. CORBET, M Pine atreot For sale cHeap-rkstaurant, bar and bil. Hard Saloon ; rant Terr low: two yeare' leaae: the boat <-or #ei on Eighth avenue. Inquire of ALLCOT A KM MENS, lot Wert alroet. For sax?e ciibap -the stock and fixtures of a Fimcy Store. For further partlculara apply al 18 Third aronue. OTBL FOR 8ALE-OF TWENTT TEAKS' STAND log, with a long leaae. Inquire at V Roblnaon atreot. Jl'OR STORE FOR SALE-THE OLD BSTAB. llalie.1 wholeaale and retail Liquor Store W Dltletoa atreel, with Stock, Leaae. Kixturoaand Llcenae. will bo aold at a avrlliee. aa the owner la going in other baalneae. Any pera>>u wlahieg a bargain will do well to call at M Divlatoa atreet. H LXl PROFIT ABLR LEASB FOB SALB- TWO LBASHS ON bouaea and lota No*. 27 and >9 Llapenard atreot, for the term of twenty-one y?ara from May I, 18(7. An eaaellant loveaiment for making a good deal of money, by addreeaing Leaae, box 6.&J1 Pout office. Rare chance.-an old established ukntlb men' a Fnrnlahlng Store, in Orand atreel; beat location ; will be aold roaaonable on aeoount of a death In the family. Apply at SB6 Oraud atrebt. SHATBS.? TEN SROOND HAND SAFBS OF HB HAY'S, Marviua, Llllle'a, and Valentine A Huller'e make, for aalechoap. Muat bo aold on or before Thursday. TO Maiden ^?e. 'TEAM tugboat, mo fret LONO, sidkwheel, O for aale or exchange lor New York city property. Apply, where the boat Imm, foot of 114th atreot, Harlam river, at Stephen Roberta' boat building ah op. rBE DISPOSED OF? THB PATENT RfOHT OP ? Cooper' ? patent ateam Boiler Cloanar, or would lake a partner. Call at Centre atreet. TUIBD AVENUE DRT OOODS AND FANCT STORK, with Laaaa and Plktarea, for aaJe, at balf tbjrtr yatae: alao the Stock If wanted. Apply to WM. FETTBBTCH, 4M Third a venae. ___ ?1AA A >10U0 WILL BUT THE B10THT TO ART viUU eountr In thia loue fcr Tha Steam Cooklag Ap paratna or The New Sag H'lder. A man of entcii y? "ZVM! u Oonaectteui, Maeaaetwette a ml Pennaylvaola, Michigan, ConnecUaui, Maaaailioei ? __ Rhode Taland can beT. i(bl by the SUUor county. CaU ar fad for ilhiawMHl areolar. Aorn -roR oale, a butter and chbbsk S )U. Mure doing a good Iraalnoae. Apply at eMr* m W. at Thlr y.ftfth atreet, near Eighth areene. ir t/1 -POR BALI AT ONOR, VBRT CltRAF, A 2), )tJU. drat claaa Reataurant, with oyetere. No. i Ceatre .treat, oppoatta City HiUl . No aganta a oad apply. AO Hll/1 TO N.W WILL PUROHABB A HOST ?Pi.l/Ulf eatabliahO'l bualnraa, la auooeaefal operation. Para one hundred par cent A|iply to IIOWBS * SALIS BURY, No. a Dey etreot, room 0. MAcmmnMr. ~* BEAM BNCJINK FOB SALE.? CAN BB SBBN running nntll Jily S; dlamel?r of -ytlnger, MiMlneb atroke. inquire of UKoBoB W. Til AKPB, Novelty Irun Work*, foot of Twelfth atreet, Kaat rlrer. Ah s. camkron a CO.. stram pl ufs. for boiu . EKS. FactuBIKR, STEAMSHIPS, mines, AC. ENTY-mKCON!> STREKT. CORN hH or SECOND AVRNtK, NhW VORK. T FRANKLIN BOII.EH WORKS. FOOT OP MOR. a pan atreet, Jeraey Otty.? All klode of Loootnoii' e. horizontal and upright Bollera for tale. Repairing promptly attended fx Ejir.OfVF'4. R'.TI.KR-I. SHttTIV.!, rt'I.I.KYS ANI? J miacellaoeoua M whin ere ni all deecrlptlona, at DA Vis' Machinery Yard, UO to IS14 lludaon "tree', Jeraoy City, Hro Hloeaa from ferry. Machinery and all klnda of Fa< torie* bought a IHpOR SALB? ??TRAM BKOINBH AND BOILRRS OP ail alaaa; Tanaa of all altea lor aale low. 1>. O HI SIMONS. U0 and Mi Weat alreet. li'OR BALK - A S A R< I \ I N (MI'ST BR SOl.DH-A 0 r boree I naine and Boiler, on a >0, SO and 40 horae, ?ery riow. W M MoKKNZIK, W Park atreet, Fl?e Poiate. MACIIINEUT FOB SALB CHEAP-ST TUB WASH Ingtrm Ir n W?rka Xewb-trt, N. T. New and aeoon-1 'itn'l I nglnea aad So'lera, I, at be. PUnrra. Bolt <>i|itera. Ilrllla, Puneaea, Shapera. Corn Mflla Saw MlUa, Bklngle Mat'blnea, Car Wheal I .at ha, Ar. NBHKW AND ffiOOND HAND FVOINRS AND BOILERS, 1-athea. Planore, DrlBInf Marh.nea, BhaTUM aad I PaW aTBA* RNOINBS AND SOILRBB-ALL SUBS, U. 0 fLr feioS wmn ??oi nary A MILLWARD. SH Waler'rtreet. $.? A CHALDRON ? >R FIRST qi'ALITYOOKR i) Alao the beat Red Aab, btMp *"d MgM Moun tain coal, at 106 Broadway, ,oM door from Tweatr aun aumt, ?. SHBRWOOD.