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BOARPKR8 ANt? I.OIM:iRS WANTED. 1 BLOCK FAST FROM CIT* HALt.-WtANKFOBT llome, Frankfurt Kriiel, coreer of William , BiU room*. A Room to youreelf 36c. to 60c. per ?! ? ; CI W to ') yer week. Opeu all uiflil. 1 HANDSOME 81 IT OK ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR; aleo Room and Hritronm nil third *<>nr, with MCattniit 4 tableau* home comforte; Wrm? moderate. 44 Wast Twelfth ire* I. IK LOCK SO.' Til OF CHATHAM 8yCARE.-l&0 clean be?h ami K pi>ni? k' 8\ mid 10 cwitt per itev; fe! ?u>! (2 50 per *ec? ; at the UrJrt Uounr, 4K Sew Mowery. J BLOCK KiOM FIFTH AVENUE HoThL. ELK J p.mitlr furii.tln.l Koom^ tn em; tiouee tint claaa fa evciy reipect; cool an 1 deniable, lor cnuUemell oul*. 1,1ST Broadway. II COLLEGE PLACE, CORNER BARCLAY STRKf^T. L FurnUhed Ro.iiu* to let; tcima frotn $'i to &4 per week, nqnlre on aecoml f)o <r. m)D DOOR WEST OF SULUVAN, 173 BLEECKER Z< etrvet. l'lt-aianl Tto. m? aui. lood tao.e; tern I $*> to #10 per week. Table r.o.nusjii. CTII AVENUE, 109.-4. gfcCONIi FLOOR TO RENT. t> with Board; also Suit on (Llid floor; bouse elegantly furnished Mini nil appointmeats uncxceiitiotittble, partms vacat |i'K above roome will oiler unescaiukiaaWe refereucce. ctii avesie. opposite hrevoort house.t) Coolest mi.) q iir ..?t tn town; han'luoiuri? furnished Par[or Floor, with or without private tuble , also Rooms for gentlemen, on moderate leiuu, at 16 Fifth aveuue. Keleien. ?. < eschanfd. ij>/? to %io per week.-verv hesirablk rooms, with mivl enl board, for families am 1 sin fie persons, ?t 176 blteckrr feet, ?i? block* will of Broadway. ton anp upwards for 6!sole rooms, with Board; itoout, without board, by the night or week ; Board and Room, per da;, lyl Go. At lot! Hudson street, Dupont House. C ST. LUKE'S PLACE (LEROY STREET).-PLEA I) sant Rooms to Jet, Willi fufli cJasf Hoard, In it private family; only lateen minutes' wa.k from the Idly Hall. 7 west washington place.?furnish ed booms, with BokiO. lor eentlsnien ; liouae convenient to cats; ocation spleu ltd; terms from $7 to $10 weekly. 1*1 BONO STREET, NEAR RROAPWAT Fl R 'I ntslied Ro tus I'or gentlemen only ; Suit ol Rooms on second floor, lor two, *'li? (>er week; two Jure* Rooms, suitable for four, tl j per week ; no meals. i |ti1 street. west, 151. eleoant cool rooms; l't house forn:\hed superbly ; uMc uttexci ntlonnblo; per maiient and Iraim lit putties received. Southern laniflles will And here i de.i.htru, home. Irr WARR1N PLACE, CHARLES STRF.ET, NEAR " A I vsrley j lace, Rooms to let, tarnished or untarnished, rttli Board; terms moderate. 1r LAST SIXTEENTH STREET, A PEW DOORS ? from Fifth aveune.?Elegautly furnished second floor Rooms, separately or toijeiiier, with Board, at moderate price; also Uo in lor si.njle aentleuian. 1 (\ WEST TW'KNTV;FOURTH ST., OPPOSITE FIFTH if/ av*lm< 'jli'j. r.l'jyarinj j uraiMliru ik'""iu * / i*t*, with or without B"urd, to gentlemen *ai wires, or slugle gentlemen. Summer prleas. * * ?<? TENTH STREET, BETWEEN UN1VERS1TV place ami Firth ayenue, ~Very desirable Rooms, with or without Board, with a uii??i<s fatally ; also a Mingle Room. Term* mudrrMi'. 9 | WEST ELEVENTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.? , jO't A nicely furaishad front Boom suitable fur a gentleman and wlfo or two single gentlemen, with Hoard, la a plcaoaat family. or ST. MARK'S PLACE.?FAMILIES OK PARTIES I of geti'Umen can find nicely turnisbad Rooms, with Board; also Til !e Koardurs; reasonable (?rruj. 97 EAST TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET.?A OKNTLE 4 man and wife can have nicely furnished ttooms, wiib board for the la ly. no other boardara in the house. *?/\ EAST TWENTY-FIRST STREET, SEVEN DOORS i)w from I,'ro.?Jway.?Very deslrabl# Rooms to let, with or without Board at roducad ihIcim. O-l WVST SEVENTEENTH STREET.?TWO LARGE ) I fr^ut Rooms, on second and third floor*; also a single Boom for a gentrman, with Board. *) A WFST FOURTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH i)1! and Sl*t'i a?'uues. Second Floor, elegantly furnished, 4o let, eitliir serai msly or connected ; also ball Room, third toor, with or without Board. IJQ CHARLTON STRF.KT?HOOD BOARD FOB $5, ?6 DO and $7 per week. A O WEST THIRTY-NINTH STREET?HANDSOMELY T<J fuinisbad Second Story and Back Parlor, containing lar^e closets, hot ami cold water to let, with Board; Southern families would do wed to app^y ; also Koonjs for single gentlemen; accommodations and'looation Orst class; relursucea ichanged. A 7 WEST TWKNTY-SEOOND STREET.- SOUTHERNT I ars wishing Board iu a Southern family can lind hamlmbs and res.-. . accommodations, inferences required. rt-) EASTTnmrv-nRST ktrekt, corner room IJ& avenue ?Square and hall llourai. famished, with or wiLhout Hoard, at :ea?ona >le prioes; referencea exchanged. rc> UNION PLACE.?TO LKT, THREE WELL rCR 'w nlahe.1 Roorn?, iriib extension. an aulte or stngly, with prlvale tali'* if desired, or without board; also two bandsumely furnished RiHjma, third story, front. OA WEST roonum STREET?FURNISHED WT Ro. ns, oo parlor and otliar floor a, with or without Board, at moderate ratea for ilia summer. ?>Q IRVING FLACF,. NEAR URAMKKOT PARK?AN T/?/ aJa^rani s#c. o'l Floor; also third storr front Koon.n, pritb or without Hoard, at aummar prisea: prlrate table if I? Irad; references. 71 MADISON AVENUE?UNEXCEPTIONABLE BOARD I 1 at greatly redu.-ad rataa for Ilia aummar; families or lingla (antlauian, transient or other* me. BO MACDOUGAL STREET.?NICELY FURNISHED, O oool, pleasant Rmimi to let, afiigly or ?n suite, with Irat claaa Hoard and atter.dance; tanna raaaonablc; unfoubted referenoee exchanged. 1 no EAST TENTH STREET, NEAR THIRD AVEJ ' ''J nue.?Handaomely furnlahed Kooma, with or with m Board, for singls gentlemen or gentlemen and witch. Cf.ruia reasoimb'e. 1 HO (NKW N0-> west THIRTEENTH street, BEL'tO tW'en .Sixth ;ind Seventh avenues. - A private family Will lat, with itoard, a few waj-furnlabad Rooms; also a single Room; refareneca nn F'0''BT'1 AVENUE, NEAR TWELFTH STREET.J ill A banda.jn.fly furniahrd front Par.or for a gcntlemnn and wifa; Board fits: class; alio a lar^a Hall Room; moderate price. 1 WEST SIXTEBNTH STREET.?LARGE BACK Jl Mj Parlor, aerord floor front and third floor front Booms, at $18 and $16 per week, with good Hoard, for two young gentlemen each or gentlemen and wives. All ewly furnished. Cali for one week. "|??s> MAC!>Oi:<;*L STREET, NKAK AMITY. ?NICE XOa and plaiiaaiit Rooroe, with Board, for gentleman *nd wife or elugle gentlemen ; also a nice Parlor Floor; pries tnoderate. "I OQ eighth street, between BROADWAY AND J?)t/ Fourth avenue, near New York Hotel?Elegantly furnished Rooms to let, with or without Board, to families or Ingle gentlemen. 1 OQ EAST seventeenth STREET. NEAR IRVING I Of/ place.?Pleasant, elegantly furnished Room to .let, Vlih or without Board. fTlO WAVIRLEY PLACE, NEAR SIXTH AVENUE. -A single s?iu'?m?n tan be accommodated with a nice Boom and Board for $7. irxfi WEST eleventh STKEKT (VERANDA ROW)? At To lei, with or without Board, one lar^e second story back Room, weli furuished and in complote order; private family. 1 ney second a venue.-to let. several very X')<u desirable el?(;antly furnished Rooms, with or without Board, in ths brat class bruwn stona residence. Terms moderate. . 91 Q EAST SEVENTEENTH STREET.-H ANDJ-i 1 / somH* f'irnithed Rooms, in one of the most pleasant blocks in the city ; home and anpoiutinents first class; vary Ion prices; private table If deairnd. OOQ wKST ELEVENTH STREET.?TO LET, TO A single gent ?man. a splendid. Isrge sized, furnished frtint ft.w.m wrln, hrfaltf^kl ii a I Tno.iAratM tllli-n. in mmmto improved bou?e. OOQ EAST NINETEENTH STREET.?A PRIVATE ?t?d> I fanill* will let a denlnble * nt of front Room*. with or without Bmru, to u sen'i'inan anil wife or tiro liable geutiemen; reference* exchanged. (?A WF8T TWENTY-THIRD STREET.?ELEGANTLY fnrniehed Ronnie to let, with Hoard, at extremely low term* for tfaeeumruer, to fainiliee and single gentlemen. 2F.7 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, NEAR KlUHTH >) I a>enne. -Neatly furnlehert front Room* to rt to gentleman and wife or uncle gemiemen, with lir*t claea Board. Bummer price*. Refercutwe eicliaogc i. nf?n WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET, NEAR EIOHTH avenue.?A few hoarder* can he accommodated eetth nicely tnrniehed Room* and goo f Board. Private family. Term* noorrats. * OftO WE'ST TWENTYTHIRR STREET.?PLEASANT Room* to let, with Board; tltuatlou desirable. Referaacaa exchanged. rt/?Q WEST FOURTH STRr.ET.-TWO Ft'RNUIIRD ZOO Roome to int. with Hoard, In a private lamily , term* reaeoukble ; bouee Ua* all improvement*. . qoq east thirteenth strpikt (latf. 1m' O.-O First class Hoard, with Roorm, light and iiry , ample closets and txlii; lei ms, *6 to $8 per week. Q'_>"1 WEST TWENTIETH STREET?A PRIVATE ?JOJj fnmil.r bar# a Second Floor, furnished Room and Bedroom to :et, witb good Board, to ;jt-oi>emati and wife. Apply 'or two days. Q \ / WI ST TWkNTV-SBVBKTH STREET. BETWEEN O'x'i Eighth ami Ninth avenue*. Private family will let handsomelyiuryislmd lar_;e an 1 nnia I Honus, with or without Board, moderu improvements. Teim* vary low. or.7 west twksry-nixth street.?a private f?'liy win takr! a gcutinmui nnd wife to Board; bouse Brat class, brown ?' 'tip front; all modern Improvemenu, reiereiicee exchanged. AQQ FOl'RTH AVENt'e, CORNER TWENTY-NINTH itrc-i.- I r'e'v p.eaaant Ko.um in let, without board, In a private family, 10 gentlemen only; convenient to cars and state*. 4?> 4 WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE ot London terrace. Mcnlv furniahed Room*, siu^le or <n suite, to let. with Hoard ; good table ana excellent neigbiioi hood; term* reasonable during the summer. 1*4 0 SIXTH A VENUE.?BEAUTIFULLY KORNisllKD O i dtj Rooms, with every aecoramodatkm lor light ikhimceeptug. Aieo ,mKI Rooms lor geuileoxH; house ftist clans and terms mod, rale. ttobokkn.-a.v \mkrican family have hand. JLl wMf.'f furnished Rooms to M, wRh Hoard, ? goatla*ien. Apply al 114 Kiver Terraoe. References. 0~~ KB OR TWO LADIES CAN BK ACCOMMODATED frith Board In a first clans f?mllf on M idison aveisu^ below Thirl* fourth street; reliable referent** t *uir?4. *1liess L. a n.. box 1C7 Herald ofllo* NKW roakb ami i,an(;mi wantrd. HUAKO^WAHni) AT A QIMBT FARM HOVRE. within AO milea uf New York, convenient to railroad ataHon, by a young snullenmn and alaler; a jjood, plain table I erma $8 IMI weak ear.ii. Hnl'arejusa given ami rauuYrad. Addraaa W., ho? 431 Coat office, New Vork cltjr. Board wanted-kor a gentleman and wike, on aacoud or third tioora, front, went of Fourth Avenue an?l between fourteenth gand Porty-aecoad etreeta; coo l table re iulaitc; terina?for aummer month* not to exceed 4i0 per week, refeteuoea excUaused. Audreai WILLIAMS, Ixji iM Herald oflloe. UrANTF.0?BOARD IN AN AMERICAN FAMILY, where there are no uiher bnardera. for two TOiinE men : room tot?tli?T, terms not to exceed $14 per week. Addruni H., l/ut IIHi Herald office. WANTKD-BY A 8INOLK OKNTLKMAN, A BKDroom, with nan of bath; Breakfut only : between Knrty-tiftli and ritly-nrth atreet*, Seventh or lCightb avenuea. Addreaa, with taiuia, J. Vf., box ft.litt t'oat olHc?. BROOKLYN BOAItO. Board is bkooklyn.-onk ok two ue.ntl.kukn can lie :inrQB>niod*t?d with ft nice Room and good Hoard a) reaaniiablr ratea; the family la atrlctly private and referBorca will be given and required. Apply at 46 Broad atrest, New York, for further particular*. ~ ~ IIOTKI.H. international hotbl. one block mott crnr I llall, junction of William, Duan* and Charabert atieela? ltomna, with clean Ueda, bit ceuta a day ; family Kooiua $1. SUMMIT IIOTKL, CORNER BOWKRY AN I? < ANAL ! ' atreei (new bonae). On European plan; rooina by the day, week or mouth; all bed* aprlug maUresai'S. B. HKhDKK, Proprietor. _ < orNTit^JgOABP. AHAHTY CAN SKCt'RK KIBST CLASS BOARD IN A hi'iilthy inland place, well nhadnd, M mile* from city, In W.-atchMater oouuty. Apply at Kwi Four til urtuue, auii thweat corner Twenty brat atieet. A PIANO TO EXC1IANC.K KOB COUNTRY BOARD? XV I irat Clata Instrument; warranted. I'urtlea near the city wlaiiiiit; to make ?uch nn airauRemout can addraaa lor paiticulara EXCHANGE, Herald ollice. AOOtTMTRr BOARD. BKLMONT HALL, NEW . Itriiriiton N'inli shore), Ktaten Inland; front* the bay; One view . Ha.l water bulling; thirty mhiutea froiu Cortlandt Ntreet; three from landing. ? OKNTI.KMAN WANTS BOARD NEAR NKW YORK J\ for two daughtera, aged 111 and 16, with one Uonni. for (mi w ei-ka. Price not to exceed IfclU per week. Addreaa F. W. N., Herald oiDce. A T TARRVTOWN.? A FEW BOARDERS ACCOM M0i\ dated; pleasant Rooms; excellent Hoard; homo comtort*; bouse lirat class; high, extensive grounds; magnificent river view ; live minti'e*'walk from depot; lerms moderate. Particulars at C. K. \\ IUTK'8, Smith stroet, or box VU Post 0fl)06. \ FEW GENTLEMEN, OR A GENTLEMAN AND A lidr. can l>*> accommodated In a private family a abort distance from Mew York. Address ULOVER, elation D. ATA STONE COTTAGE KOI'R HOI KS FROM NEW Xi V in It by live tralm and steamboat; the place is healthy, beautiful mid desirable, t'all Friday at SANDERS, KRARy A I'O.'H, .r?3 Chambers street, between 10 and 8 o'clock. ANJt'ELY PBJUfMHEB BOOK, WITH GOOD TABLE, w.inle.1 lor gentleman and wife at Beiuln I'olnt or North Shore, Stslen Island; references exchanged. Address, giving particulars, EUliENK, Herald otllce. AT SHADY SIDE, K. J.-HOARDFOR TWO PERSONS, large front Room, $10 each per week; five minute* from landing, nve utiles irom Spring street. Impure at 1 US East Tenth street. TJOARD?AMONG THE HILLS AND MOUNTAINS J> of New Hampshire, can be had In Campion vlllace, at leasonable prices; beat of references given. JOSEPH COOK. IJOARD AT PORT RICHMOND, 8. I.?GOOD ROOMS J) and ilrst class Hoard, with a private family, within twelve minutes' walk of landing; terms #8 to #7 60 per week. Address A. W., ltOYD'H Despatch, 11 Fulton street. T>OARD, HOARD, BOAftD.-GOOD AND A Bl'NDANT I) Hoard , from $7 to $10 per week, at a large house In a pleasant town, 14 ml'ns from New York. Address, statiue wnere nil interview can ne naa, sir. nuitiun, neraiu ouice. Board wantkd-in a farm house, for a family consfstlug of five chtlfreii and parent*; Long Island preferred; In to 12 mile* from the Fulton, Wall street or South Jerry. Address, stating ItruiH and situation, (a., box 2o9 Post olbee. HOARD WANTED IMMEDIATELY?FOR A PARTY ON Long Island, near water, una hour's rtde from New York. Address, with full particulars, M., I'ost ofUce, pol'NTRY BOARD.?AT GLEN HOME, CORNWALL, \ Conn. Large grounds, Urge mams, plentv of shade, fresh milk, Jtr. Address J. SAN FORD JOHNSON, Olon Home, Cornwall, Conn. C10UNTRY BOARD-AT MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, / Westchester county; large, airy rooms; table well supplied with fresh veeetables, fruit, milk, Ac., from the farm; 45 minutes frum Twenty-seventh street, on New Haven Railroad ; beautiful drives, livery stable attached to hotel. UEO. GOULD, Proprietor. /10UNTRY BOARD CAN BE HAD AT PROSPECT V ' Home, a pleasant farmhouse fifteen miles from Catskill ; a fine mountain view, healthy location, exoe'letil water, pleasant rooms and well shaded. 'For particular* address L. K. \ INCENT, Freehold, dreene county, N. Y. CIOUNTRV HOARD AT CORN W ALL.?TEN OR J twelve persons can have good Hoard at a first class farm houso about !*, miles from the river and near the Short Cut Railroad, Cornwall station; to and from the city three times a day; lime, 2 ., hours; conveyance to the house from the depot; plenty of milk, eggs, vegetables, fruit, Ac.; large, atrv rooms; pleasant view; mouutain scenery. Terms, adults f*8, children and nurses Ut6. Stabling for horses. For particulars applv to or aUdreaa S. S. BENEDICT, Vall's (ista. Orange county, N. Y. CIOUNTRY board IN A PRIVATE FAMILY-WITHIN / 1ft minutes' drive of the city of Poughkeepsle; a pleasant and hcitllliv location; clean, commodious rooms, with first class Board, at $8 ner week. Stable, carriage house, Ac.. If desired. Address box l,(t&>J Poughkeepsle Post oOlce, N. Y. (lOUNTRY BOARD?SEVENTY-FIVE MILES FROM J New York city, opposite Poughkeepsle, on the bank of the Hudson River; pleasant rooms, well shaded and plenty ol fruit and vegetables; terms, for adults $8 per week; children half price. For particulars Inquire of C. STOKEM, No. b3 Murray street. New York. CIOUNTRY BOARD-AT A FARM HOUSE, SEVEN J miles from Catsklil; accommodations for 1'i or 14; pleasant location; line mountain view; church and Post ollice convenient: abundance of fruit: terms S10 tier week. Ad Orcas LEWIS STORY, South Cairo, Greene county, N. Y. /'10UNTRY BOARD KOR YOUNG CHILDREN IN WEST\ i Chester county, twenty mile* from New York ; term* very moderate. Inquire of Mrs. TYLER, 48 Heyter street. /COUNTRY HOARD WANTED-DURING THE 8UMMKR \ 1 months for three adults, three children and two terrains, within 50 miles of the city of New York. Address box X<x Post ollice. COUNTRY BOARD WANTED?WITHIN TWO HOI'rs of city l>y rail, for lady, fire small children, two nursei and gentleniau on Sundiy. Good talile and accommodation luHsrensable. Address, with terms, location, Ac., D., box 3,937 Post ollice. CIOUNTRY BOARD WANTED-AT A FARM HOUSE J for my wife; distance not over an hour from the city; terms moderate. Address MOBILE, Herald office. CtOUNTRY AND CITY BOARD WANTED.?ADDRESS > HOARDERS' DIRECTORY, 737 Broadway. Established 1857. Free directions giren to delightful boarding places. ftOTNTRY BOARD WANTED WITHIN FORTY Vy minute* of city, for gentleman, wile and two children; terms $30; two large communicating Koom*, on second lloor; lirat class (able; p.entr of shade treed, fruit and vegetables necessary, Address A. B. F., box lul Herald ollice. CCOUNTRY BOARD AT PASSAIC, N. J., ERIE RAILJ whv ; 15 trains dally. Private American family. Klefant Suit of Rooms on tirst floor, with hot nnd cold wnter; lircc minutes Irom depot. Young men preferred. Address J. H. C., box l,'2H7 New York Post office. P EXCELLENT COUNTRY BOARD-TWO MILES BEj vond New Rochnlle; Rooms large and airy; spacious grounda; bowling allev, billiard room, bathing, Ac.; prices moderate. References given and required. For further particulars Inquire ot F. It. MYERS, 412 Broadway. Evergreen i+awn-at Cornwall, on the hudsun, is now ready for the reception of boarders. Mrs. C. S. TALMADGE, T7LIZABETH, N. J.rTWO FINE ROOMS TO LET, W with Bosrd, In private lamily in pleasant location terms moderate; references. Address 43 Magnolia street. First clahs country board obtained on rf.a suitable terim, at 1)$ hour* from the city by New Haven Railroad or boat; location healthy ; fnilt abundant anil ust or piano. Addles* L. A. MERR1TT, t.ruunwlch, Conn. First class country board may he had in a delightfully situated farm house, 4o mile* from the cltj by Harlem Railroad; large room*, newly furnished; lin< Ihwii, well shaded ; abundance of fruit, Ac.; Rood atubllnj for horses. Apply 1U K??t Twenty-third street. 0RANGE. S. J.?FIRST CLASS BOARD CAN BE HAD house large ; tire mlnuteg from depot; terms reasonable Addreas K. K. M., Orange, N. J. ONE OR TWO RESPECTABLE FAMILIES CAfi HT nccommo lated with good plain Board at a nent farn house, where there art* no children, on moderate terms, a Rldsewood, MtMB rountv, N. S? on the Krle Rnllrond 'j mile* from the city. For references and terms apply to J. k. 21 Walker street, first floor, New York. STATEN ISLAND BOARD.?CHESTNUT HILL HOUSE Vanderbllt landing, Is now open. STAMFORD, CONN.?TWO ADULTS CAN OBTAU Board in a private family, where no other boarders ari taken; largo hoiiM, desirably located; three minutes' wall from depot< roierenrea given nud tequired. Addresi STAMFORD, bo* 123 Herald offlee. oummer board-at nvaok. on the hudson 0 I-or particulars address Mrs (I. RUTHERFORD, Nyack or call at 86 Willi nn street, New Vol*. SUMMER BOARD-AT WAVEHLW, WHERE THI eomlorU of a Home ran be had, 40 minute* byNewJer sey Railroad; nine traiiis leave and return dally. luouJroo J. KAUFMAN, No. Gold street. f*EV SHORE BOARD inf AND BTJfcfc WAT8S O bathing; gtiuumg and sali'ng on the great.South Bay o, Long Island; first class table: piano In house. Addiuss J. S iiALLiVWN, Centra Moriches, Long Island. npWO PERSONS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH 1. good Board and a lar^e, pleasant Room, very nicely furnished, at Groton Hank, opposite New London: tin- localll.v U pleasant and healthy , terms $8 per weak. AJdros* box 68 New Loudon Conn.) Post oit.ee. fpHE ADVERTISER WISHES A FEW FIRST CLASP J. boarders lor the iHHHf, at a country s./*l ill West chestor count/, six mile* north of Harlem, easy of aeccsa bj boat or rali. Address 1)., !? East Tenth street. \ ' A S derhiLT LANIHN ;, STATEN ISLAND. OH 1 llemen or fann ies willing to pay Iroin fH to $l'<j par week (in first class H.isr I and tteiupuloualy clean Rooms can ? IdrMs liKAMt), Herald ollice. WANTED- HOARD IN THE COUNTRY, FOR THREE vsuisg gentleman, In a private family, wImts o?,y Kng i.sli i. spoken. Address, with lull particulars, not 2,978 l'ost olllcs. Wantf.icboard in tfarmtufskhfor ladt two young cUlMrta and nur??, muat tM w?!l not more tlnn two homn' rM# from lbl> nit* o* oo J. M. Y., 14 M'trrtr iureou , < YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, . Hl .lI.MKK UKHOKTH. _ ATLANTIC HOTEL, HATH, L. I.-KOOtfS, Bf THE H day or meek at luoderuto pricea. Keaimirant a id prl va'e JI11IH4/ roon1* , Lnt aca bathing. steam can from Ureeu wood every 40 mlnutea. H RANCH YIEW.HOUHE, AT LONO BRANOH, BY ? ?* J. LAKAHiCK, formerly Cajiiow Cottage. I'lcaaaMIj' filiated, on Morris avenue, withiu 10 mtnutva' ivalk of the depot or beach ; gentlemen ?nU their wires or ttahmg parties can be accommodated witU pleasant Rooms and B> ard 111 moderate term* wui open on Hutiirday, tfcttbu Junr t> 11?A Barn and Can-lag* Mouse to rent. Belmont hall, schoolbto mountain, n. !? n now open for company. D. A. CkuW KU>. J Bay shore house, l. i.-jiow or?w ron the reception of boarders; on the Ureal South Bay. IX kour from New York via Soutnalde Kallroal; good Ashing and l.athlnir. K. KHODfcS, Proprietor. BmiDI HOUSE, NAKRAOANKET HER, MODS Island.? The beat rai-llilici for anrf b?thine, boatlns a?4 r?i.._ . ... ,1. ? ,,r II... ?i.o.n t.mii moda rule. Adurras JAMES ROHfNHON, Proprietor. I)()AKI> AT I'KKKSKlLIi, ON THE HUDSON-HOUSK " It larue ; ahade an<l fruU t:c?a in abundanee; table (I'M 1 clau. Inquire of JAMES H. CKOKT, I'eekaklll, Net* York. J /100PER HOUSE, OTlJ|5<iO LAKE, OOOPKHSTOWM, \J Pi. T., will open June I# Elegantly fnrniahcl; boating, lnhtng, line drlre*; ground made claaale by tlic pen a* Cooper; trrro* reduoed to per day ; gaa auJ balla .u *?nry r?oin ; fan.f.iea taken for oeanon at reasonable rate*. AtMreaa CHARLES A. W ATKINS, Watkina Uouae, Albany, N. T., or Cooper llouaa, Coopemtow n, N. V. /^LIKTON SPRINGS HOTEL?LOCATED DIRECTI.V OK \V the line of the New Vork Central Railroad In cunneelion with tbe celebrated com reaaeil air, mineral and ftuaalaa ' batln. Tbta uiten?tre aud magnlnoent eatabilaheir.et I* oow ^ open for hoardara and plerffeure aeckera. L. B. HoTCHKISi J ? CO., Proprietor!. N. B. ?Circular* tent on application. COOPER COTTAOE, LONG BRANCH AFTER BEING thoroughly renovate-!, la now open for the reception of gueaU. Occupying a central poaltion, II la within a few inlnutaa' walk of tbe depot, beach and larger hotela. A lavurita family reaort, with plenty of ?bade. AdJieae C. P. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor. CIOZZINS' WEST POINT HOTEL ) la now open. Terma reaaonahla. Addreee SYLVAN US T. COZZENS, Went Point, ?. X. f C1LIFFWOOD SPRINGS IIOIiSK. DKMGUTKULI.f ) located on the beach at Cllffwood, Keyport, N. J.; IS mllea from New York. Turma ifilU to #15. Apply to 8. B <<0<HJALE, No. 7 Weat Tweuty-thlrd atreet, fifth Avenue Hotel. H. B. KENT, Proprietor. C1ROF1 HOISF., HKiHLANUH, OPPOSITE WEST J Point Trim a moderate. No dan gerouM place* for obit dreu. Inquire of K. K. MoCOLLOUGH, W22 Broadway, SYLVAN UK D. WRIGHT * URO., Gnrrlauu'e atation, N. V. CCOLLEGE HILL HOTEL, POUGHKEEP8IE, N. T./ Ihla altely hnuae. nftuaiad t*Kl feet above the llMdaott nnd coinniumllfig a view of the couoliy for forty mil** ' t.. tUm eauann (iI At claim; accenaabla by^all through trains' on tba Hudson Blvw Railrovi; a.so tba Albany day bo?U aud slaan?oi Mary Powall. O. C. norr. CONTINENTAL HOTEL, PORT RICHMOND. HTATF.N Uili after brine thoroughly renovated, ia now open for the reception of guests. Occupying a central pnaUlon, la within three minutes' walk of tba landing; a aplendid family reaort; boating. flailing, drlvea uuniruaaaad. Moat leave* foot or I)ey street every liour from 10 A. M. to ID I*. M. Parties wishing to secure room* pleas* apply on tbe prria . lses. Long branch boarp.-abundant table, nice boiiae, atabla, aliaila. Apply at iiU Eaat Twenty-first at Lono branch.-mansio* house, LONG BRANCH, N. J., ia oow open for tba reception of cueaU. S. LAlRu, Proprietor. LONO BRANCH.?UNtTED STATES HOTEL. LONO Branch, N. J., ia now open for tb* reception of ruMta. S. LAIUI) A BROTHt.R, Proprietors. LONO RRANCH.-SAMCEL C. MORRIS, JR-'S. COT- ( t;i?e having changed band*, arrangements can DOW be made lor the acaaon by addressing Mr*. K. COMPTON, on tUe premiiei. Stabling, Ac., Ac. Mount everett house, south koremont, Mass.?This bouae la delightfully situated in Southern Berkshire, and la a pleasant and comfortable home for tna summer months. "lTb? drlvea are pleaaant, tbe roada excellent, tbe trout atrcama abundant, and tbe icencry of tbe neighborhood unsurpassed for grandeur and beauty. Apply to JOHN S. riEKCK, 1116 Broadway, corner of Pine atreet, New York, or JOHN MILLER, Proprietor. Mont eagle house, at suspension bridob, ? Niagara, N. V.?Th.a elegant and commodtoua bouae. which has n full view of tbe falla of Niagara, ia now open for tbe reception of permanent and -transient guests; sulphur batba In tbe bouse; parties can now engage board from *>10 to #15 per week. W. P. M UN ROE, Proprietor. Neptune house, new rochelle, distance \ih miles per New Uaven Railroad, traina runulng moat every hour. VS . L. K1SII, Proprietor. Pavimon hotel, KF.YPORT, N. J., is NOW OPRN? Parties wishing choice Rooms will make early applies lion. Knata leave at Barclay atreet 4 P. M. Addreaa UBOKUK J. kibhke, Proprietor. 1 PREMIUM POINT HOUSE, NEW ROCHELLE, NOW open ; newly furnlahed and refitted; delightfully situated, directly on'the Sound ; fine bathing and fishing; French man cook. Addreaa No. 7 Oramercy Park, Now York, or bos No. 6 New Rocbe.l* Post office. RIDGF.DALK HOUSE-BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED, AT Madison, Now Jersey. Spacious, airy Rooms; bounti ul table; scenery unsurpassed. Addreaa J. SPENCER MOORE, box 4,110 Post office, New Yoi*. Kuthurkord park hotel on the passaic rirer, N. J., I? now open. Delightful location , eicrllent boating, fishing, bathing nod hue dt ires. '1'crm* moderate for uuon or rear. Krfe Railway. KNAPP A MoPHERSQK, Proprietor*. Soutiiside HOTEL OPEN FOR BOARDE <8, AMITY* rllle, L. L; on the Oreat Knutb Kay. IS h?tir from New York; take Southsido Railroad; good Ashing and boating. e. 0. KIN (J, Proprietor. The equinox house, Manchester, vt. har lem train* 10:S0 A. M., S :<f> P. M. Address by mail or telegraph. P. H. QRVI9. WORONOCR HOUSE, NEAR POI OHKKEI'SIB, N. T.Hish ground: deliuhttul ecenery; abort drtre from New Hamburg or Pmighkeepsie; large ptaiza; abade, and good table; stabling on premtaea; terim moderate; adult* preferred. Address P. V, VANUKKBILT, New lieckaaeack. NY. ASTKOI.OHY. Madame boss, medical and business clair royatit, tell* the p*?t, present and future, aliowa likeness and tolls name oi your husband. I'M forty brat atreet, between Broadway and Sercntb avenue. MEDICAL. A -LADIES IN TROUBLE GUARANTEED IMMEDIATE rrlief. No pay (until perfectly cured). Dr. ASCIIRK, No. 'i Aiulty place (Laurens street.) ALL PRIVATE DISEASES (EITHER SEX) TREATED with unparalleled succeaa. Those suffering with uerrous debility, resulting from youthful indiscretions.cHUSingdabiiitv. dimness of sight, aversion to society, nerrouaness and Anally imputency, are permanenily restored to manly rigor. Call or send lor (sealed) pamphlet describing the abor* men* tloned diseases. onice embrac?i every conrenlenoe, is raI spectably and centrally located. Consultations conAdentlai. Dr. OLIN, 27 Bond atraet, New York. A CERTAIN CCBE FORMMARRIKDa LADIES, WITH oi Midwifery; over 30 years' practice. Her infallible Hreaoh Female 1'ills, No. I, price $1, or No. 2, specially prepared for married ladies, price $5, which can never fail, are * ? an! healthy. Sold only at her office, No. 1 East Fitly-second Ireet, first door from Fifth avenue, and al druggist*, 151 Ureenwicb iii eett or seat by mail. Caution.?All other* are counterfeit. A lawks' physician.?dr. h. d. orindle, proUssor of Midwifery, over 211 yearn* successful practice in thin city, guarantees rertain relief to ladies, with or without medicine, "ure relief to the most anxious patient la 14 hours. Residence IM Went Twenty-sixth street, near Sixth avenue, Elegant rooms fur ladies requiring nursing. A -madame grindle, female physician, 1)1 . West Twenty-sixth street, Guarantees relief loall female complaint*. Pleasant rooms for nursing. A great and sure remedy for marrird ladles.?The Portuguese Female Pills always give immediate relief, being epecially prepared for married ladle*. A lady writesThese pills relieved me In one day, without Incorivouience, like ma/lc. I'rfce $>. Dr. A. M. MAVtlCKAU, oflice 1211 Liberty street, or sent by mall, Arpecialty.-dr. r. corbett, member of m. Y. llmv?r*ity Medical c?:log? and R. o. Surgeons, Loodon, can be consulted as usual ou private diseases. O.Tice, 20 Centre street, near Ohaiu'jern. N. B.?Ho foe unless cured. Always private diseases cured srcrkssful ly without mercury. Ladies In anxiety relief euro; honorable treatmont. 'Dr. FKANKLIN, 161 Bleecker et. All private diseases cured immediately without mercury; manhood restored; oflice very private. l>r. HARRISON, f>2 Sixth avruue. All private disk asks cured immediately by Dr. EVANS, W Chatham street, without mercury. Evane' Magie luvigorator; lost manhood restored ta U min'i tee. Advice free.?ladies in trouble relieved at one visit; 23 yeare' experience. Dr. VIDAL, SJT Broadway, room 3. All private diseases feither sex> cured without mercury; manhood permanently restored ; office etrictly private. Dr. M A118II. 1 Bleecker street. A K INFALLIBLE CURE FOR LADIES IN TROUBLE J\ by Dr. COX. S4 Sixth avenue. [ A DIAMOND REMEDY?INFALLIBLE FOR PRIVATE JY diaeaaea of both aexea. Dr. COX, ;'.4 Sixth aveuue. Advice free.?ladies' anxiety relieved. Sale, surf ; US years' experience. ' Mine, tk Dr. VID^L, ill Amity street, near Broadway. A CI RE AT LADIES' BENF.FACTOR-DR. EVANH, 91 Chatham atreot; a powerful, Hai'a, anre mooicine, fc*; f iilao fieuilemeo treated ; private disease* cured; muuUjod reulured. t A ?MME. VAN BUSKIRK. PHYSICIAN, NEVER ' f J\ . fail* to cure temala eomplanla. Elegant room*, ours. iuc- St. Marlt'i place. Con?u,utiun lice. /<EK1*AIN CURE FOR LADIES IN TROUBLE.-DR. EVANS*, M Chatham slient, with or without medicine. lh? powerful, e?IV denial* 1'ilM and compound, price $6. DR. WATSON, THE OLD PRACTITIONER HIMSELF, cures recent cases In a few day?, and perfectly restore* tha debilitated ; consnltati')?? tree; charges moderate and a l' cure guaran.ee I. 65# Broadway. I IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. ?DR. AND MADAMK DUI HOIS iStf yearn' practice) guarantee certain relief to warrled ladle*, with or without medicine, at one interview. Kemule roatoratlve iS. Patienti (rom a di?lanc* provided with llniid, nuialng, Arc. Electricity *rle';tli)cally applied. No l 104 Eaat Twenty-eighth street, near Third avenue. I OSS OF MANHOOD OK IMVolTNCY, RESULT!NO J I run the lollies of youth or ot ier can?e. Voting, middle ?i0d o< even ?M Men p rma?ent jr restored to asanly Tiior by Dr. LEWIS, No. 7 Beach treat. 40 year*' aucoesaful practice. XJO PAY UNTIL CUKBD.-DR. AND MADAME WEST. , XI 144 Weat Fortieth atreet, cure at on* Interview. Their r French Pllla never fall. Ele^aat Room* before ?a<i duntag conhnerneut. Chamo' reasonable. junk 24, 1870.?triple THE rmsiNO TKI.rcURAJI. ^MUaJMBAB CAMVOUB. ukants ma rir cam ml iab etwtvwilreh. TB.'5~UAT. ?kk tklkqeajt cabtoob. |ucuu)kab cabtoob. . tiKANTB via n?* CAlf BE BAA. BVKBrWWBSB tbuttjaf. 8kb th.bqba1< cabtoob. pklbobam oakvoob. uiam^b pig ma cab ~hk ' bad ftv&kywukub *ui?l>ar; "8kb tk1.rokam ~taktooa. pSUSORAM OABTOO*. (SKA>rs bio riM CAM "BIT BAD BVBRFwIUSR ? rB^iTtAT. "Skw TK I.EOR ill OA RTOOW. pKZ?KORA M CARTOON. aANrtTltTo r<a* OAR HE MAO ATBRVWHRKR Tn?Tl>Af. Tkk TKLKORAM 'CARTOOW. jpBUtURAM CABT1M?N: Omars wio ri?R CAN UK HAU HFRttTwUitRR' ruiii ItAt. SKJS TMUUiBAM OABTOOM. pBLBQRAM CABTOUM. ?BAMT*S BIO riM CAM Mi UAO BTEB i WBBBB rina DAY. M.S TBIiROKAM CABTOOW. J^KLiKUBA* CARTOON. SUA NT'S BIO n?M CAM BB RAD BV8BTW HIU TO IB UAr. til TEhBOBAM"~OABTOOM. p bum bah cartoon. o rants mo risa CAM TlT UAO EVERYWHERE nuTTAr. beb" TBLB<*BAM""cAKT00tC. TIBLSaBAM CABTtHMf. . OBAMrS BIQ VIM CAM ~BB~BAD EVERTWHKRB tbiITd'a*. 1?KE TKLKORAB CARTOOM. r^BUCORAM CAKTUON. oramt'8 miq riau lun nn nnv IVB8VWHMI THIS DAT. 8KK TRLEOftAM CARTOOW. ^EitgORAM OABIUUK. ORAMT'H BIO riSH C?H HAD BVERY WHK&JI THIS OAT. SEE TKLBQBAM PARTOOK. fJUCLBORAM CARTOON. Oil A NT'S BIO riflB CAN BE nAD ETBRTWflBR* THIS DAT. SEE TELEGRAM CARTOON. r^ICLEOKAM CARTOON. (Jrants bio risa CAN HIS HAD HVKRVWHBRB THIS DKt. Sh'K TBLBQRAM CARTOON. 'J1KL.KORAM CARTOON. ORANT'S 1SIO FISH CAN BK HAD EVERYWHERE THU DAT. siTiT TELKORAM CARTOON. fpBIiEORAM CARTOON. ORANT'S BIO FISH CAN BE BAD EVERVWHRRB tui5 dat. "8KB TELKORAM CARTOON. 'jpRLJCQRAM CARTOON. orant'u ma fish CAN BE HAD F.VEKVWHBU THJt-DAT. BEE TELEGRAM-CARTOON. rjAELEORAM CARTOON. ORANT'S BIO FISH CAN ItB HAD BVEKYWHEBE THIS DAT. HER TELBORAM CARTOON. rjM&EORAM CARTOON. ORANT'S RIO FI8II can he ha v bitiwwntkb this dav. miklboram cartoon. oramt'bhio fish cam bk had everyvvhkrb this oat. sjik i tbleqram~ cartoom, rpjiuearam cartoon. onant's^lua run cam tkhad everywiikrb tmuToat. til teiaqtram cartoon. SHKJCT. v W WT FOB BCSIN1CHA PPIlWMW. ^ AWIIXUMHRIMIO UOMRR IIOUSB <OB TURK, obIjt ) te or rent, eultahle (or auj buaineee, locatcd tor ft foitta Huth and Second urfrli. FKKD. HAUN. 11* KldnMreet. H?w Tork. A WKI.L. LIGHTED ROOM, 40X35. TO LET?WITH OR J\ without (team powrr. Apply to K. BUMK, l.lirtf to 1,111 Hr?t at Hum, corner of Slity-lirii etreet. All* "OR HALL, WITH ANTR ROOMS. TO LKT, euiuhle for dMcla? aaatteaoy, pupllc meeting*, Ac. App4r '? VV. C. liBKTIK, 1,179 Broadway, coruer 1'hirtjrfounli (treat. ABTOi'.EON THIRD AVKMtIB?BKST LOCATION FOR M< l>uaine?; nuell?ni itand for clgat? , low rant, long leave. with or without lloute. MAX BAVKH8DOKKKR, 87 Third avenue. AhTORR AND BACK ROOM TO LKT-420 FOURTH atanue. nrar Tweuiynintli atrMt; all lapraremeiita. Apply to tha owner. <>u (be pretnlaet, from lu to It o'clock. Will lite fuaa whu made aa ollar call a (a la 1 n**lC? AMD DESK ROOM TO LET CHEAP. V/ HbKUEKT A. LICK, M7 llroadway. SECOND AVENUR LOT TO LKAHE.-TO LEARE, FOR aterm of lire years, k vacant Lot on Keoond aveuue, raat s'de, ISfeet otilh of Fifty second street ; sise of lot KtlUll. For Unw address WTW. CAULDWELL, lit Fulton Htreet. rpo LET?A VERY LIGHT LOFT ARI> OFFIUfc; HUNT JL reiy low. Appiy la Mora ISO William slrew. rro LF.T- PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE AMD BEDROOM, IN J a first eiaas private Kngltah burmrnt lluuu, WrM Fortytkird street, aaar Broadway. Address T. U.t box 146 Hernia o*<m I TO LET A SHOP, WO PREP DKEP, IN BWLDINa 1(? WUrMg* eWeet. aaar fciisalon, auttaUa (or carpenters or cigar ?oi maaofact urera. TO LET-OIOAR STAND; ONE OF THE BEST LOCAtiotisoa Broadway. Addiess A. A., Herald othce. fitO LBT?M9 OBAN I) STREET, NKAR -LORD A TATJ. lot's, two Fluor*, I lie whole or part, either for btuiuea* or dwelling. loqtilre la faacy store. r LET-SOME FINE FLOORS, AT *> CLIFF STREET, Naw York. Injuria oa premises of Powell Manufacturing Company. fTX) LI.ASK - ON OREAT JONES STREET, SECOND 1 bwidin:' from Broadway (will be ready about the If>th Of July, a Una naw corner Store on first floor, about 37i8f> fart, with iron front and plate class window*; alio the Second Floor, *7?U7 feet, together or separately. Apply to NIOOL A DAVIDSON, * Broad way. Steam power If required. fPO RENT?TI1K ELEOANT AND SUBSTANTIAL J Store % Krekman street (without lofta and basenx-nt), near toe new Post office; very desirable location for paper, hmdware or metal trade. Apply to JAMES PRICE, -0J . Hudson street. fPUE FltONT PAKT OF HTOItB 685 BROADWAY; 1 suitable for fine fruit and cigars, best location In the otty. Apply on premlae*. O EAST SEVENTEENTH STREET, OWE DOOR FROM O Fifth avenue. -A first Ham Physician's Ollice to let; has been occupied as such lor 17 years, also handsomely furuish d Rooms. Terms reasonable. dwki.i.im; iwisbm to lot. k P?nateh?d. A FULLY AND VERY HANDSOMELY FURNISHED brown atone front House, uaar the Uran<l Hotel, between Fifth and Madison avonues: possession Immediately. I'rice $*,?00. J AS. K. EDU'ARDK, 911 IX mm* Twautv.lliird strttl. Furnished cottao% house to let-compleielj furnlebad Mid elagaoUy located linear Kwrurgt Mountains, New 11& >]> ) ire a near railroad depot, with cow and buis# an<! wayoo ; $1U0 per mouth. Apply at 76 Robiasoa street, dining bouse. Iyo LItT-AH ELEGANTLY TORMRHKD HOUSE FOR the summer month* until the fall; located on Fifth or Madison arenties. Address O. K., bo* 117 Herald otiioe. rRBMT FURNJ8HKD?THRRB STORY AND BASKauent high atooti brick House, with all modern convenience#, #ituat#d in South Brooklyn, In a deetrabte neighborhood ; reul modi rata. W. s. KMl'i'U, 63 I'm# atreet. rra avenue.~to rent until octobeb i. an () elegantly furnished four atorjr Hon#e, in the immediate rlclailf of ait (lie brat ciaaa hoUla; pouuulon at one*. For furtbsr particular# udureas HOUSE, bo* I** New York I'oet oMce. rafiimiah?>4. House to let-in seventy-eighth street. u#ar North rifrr; bonee contains 7 large rooms, li^kt aad airy ; good wail of water; large garden, Tn good order, and agood aumilv or fruit. Apply oa the promt**# or to Mr. KI.SHCK, U Maiden lane. TO LRT?A HANDSOME THREE STORY HI.t'.H STOOP House; ten reams; all improramaau; perfect order; Keeond aretiua, near Thirtv-seventh street. Sean at anr Un? ROBT. U. RIMHARDo, M Broadway. TO RENT-ON TWF.NTYTHIRD STREET, NEAR Seventh avenue, a large four story and attic (wide) Kng. ii*b basement Houa#; rent 92,000, to a private family only; gaii future# are owned by the preaent occupant, but will be ait#n to the meowing tenant. JAMBS R. EDWARDS, 277 Waal Twenty.third Street. A f)1 WEST NINETEENTH STREET.-THRKE STORY T^l aad attic House, will l#t lb# whole or part; h re year#' leaae U required; all modern Improvements; $100 per aeath. ?^(|A RENT PER ANNUM WILL BE ACOBFTKD JpO"'" for the whole of the fine private House, containing all modern improvements, )33 Kast 10Mb street; or .?#>0 rent for half of sa>n# house. Apply on premise#, or to B. WI I IISI.I'R 21 Walker street. tonxn PER YEAR WILL H1RK THE THRRE STORY ?PO? H/ find basement brick House, with all the modern Improvements, and two lots of Ground, situate ou I'snr street. Nineteenth vr*rd, city of Brooklyn, R. D. Apply to KRLSfcY A CONN ELI,, M Broadway, Brooklyn, E. D., L I. ROOM8 AND APARTMENTS TO LKT. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD RENT A Part or the whole of their Rouse, furnished, to a amal family. 110 Wast Twenty-second street, near Sixth avenue. A SECOND FLOOR-OR PART, WITH ALL CONVF. menre*, from June at very low pries. No. It? Kasl Thirty-first street, near Fourth avenue. Apart of an unfurnished house, 12 rooms and plenty of closets, rent very moderate, say fron 9 <5 to $160 for the summer month*or season, to peat forthrm month*, more or less, in a pleasant location in Housatonk valley, one mile from Cornwall Bridge depot. Conn. For fur ther particulars inquire at 5t> Front treei, New York. Dailj trains pass to and from New York. A PARTMENT8, VERY DESIRABLE. 139 ea81 J\ Twelfth street, near Third avenue, four rooms, gus water and all Improvements; nice family in house. Also three Kooins, 96 Third avenue, uear Tbir'le nth itreet, 920 Rooms open. koh'l'. u. RICHARDS, 953 Broadway. A SPLENDID 8UIT OF PARLORS, WITH BASE ment, to let, furnished for light house-taping, to I mall family; terms very reasonable; suiendld neighitor hood. Call at 376 West Thirty-second street, between Elghtl and Ninth avenues. A PHYSICIAN DESIRES AN OFFICE, FI.RNISHEI . or unlurnisbed; n.ust be betwen Twenty-third and'iiiir ty second streets, within half block ot Broadway. Address with terms, FRANCIS, Herald office, A PARLOR FLOOR, CORNER TH1RTV-T11IRI street and Broadway, to let, suitable for business pur noses. Apply to W. C. LESSTKR, 1,819 Broadway, come Thirty-fourth street. Ijlurnished ROOMS TO LET-AT 4tt WEST TWRNTV ' fourth street, to gentlemen; location quiet and fainii, very smalL ? ? Furnished room and bedroom for house keeping or with Board, to let at M Carmine street. Oaf water and all conveniences. Fot'r ROOMS ON the third floor, 29 kfhf street, with gas and water, to a small family ; also a Apartment, three rooms, St King street, very desirable. ONE OR TWO WELL FURNISHED, LAKQE FRON Room* to let, without Hoard, at low real, at lb? ?! > an private bouse 147 Kant Twenty-Bret street. PARTIES VISITING! TUB CITT FOR THF, SUMMKI can find handsomely furnished Suits of Apartments in th new first cUm house tUfi Seventh avenue, junotion of Kroac way and Forty-fourth struct, convenient to St. Cloud Hon restaurant. OITTINO AND BEDROOM, CONNBCTINU, FULLY FUR 0 niahed for housekeeping; abundance of pantrlee: closet on Ooor, and waahtuba. 13J Porty-Orat street, near Lexlng ton avenue. aw LET-PARLOR FLOOR AND BASEMENT IN Till 1 bigh stoop private Houae, 324 Fifth atreet, between Firs nd Second avenues. rLRT?THREE PLEASANT UNFURNISHED ROOMS to a gentleman and wife, auitaMe lor Itftht boiiaekoep log. Apply at 1X8 Weet Fourth atreet, between Waiblngto aqtiar* ana Sixth avenue. TO LET-BY THE OWNER, FIRST AND BKCON1 Floors, all modern improvements, MB Weet Twenty-Aft atreet, between Sixth and Seventh a vent tee. 110 LET?A NEATLY FURNISHED, OOSEY, QUIE1 airy Room ; wonld suit a gentleman for lodging; price $ per week. Apply at 735 Broadway, third Ooor. IIO LET-SECOND FLOOR, TO AN AMERICAN FA* lly; large light rooms, large paatrlee, water and cat private house; splendid location ; rent $38. 307 East Fort; eighth itreet, near Third avenue. TERMS MODERATE.?THREE ROOMS, CONHKcrriNtl ftillv furnished, for housekeeping; house contains a modern improvements; fine location ; 40 minutea from AaU House. 22;! Flfty-sccond street, near Broadway. WELL FURNISHED HITT1N0 AND BEDROOM, ("Or necting; alao Floors in New York and Brooklyn; r?oi low; location 16 loaumluulea' from City Hall 194 Bioai way, room No. 9. riio LET?FURNISHED, THE LOWER TART OK j j handsome, first ciuhi House; privilege In kitchen If r( yulrea; l-hb be divided, rcut altogether $4j. 21i Wot t'u: li?th street. To let-A lakoe floor. newly painted; ren moderate. Inquire at 177 Eighth avenue. . rro let?the upper part of a handsomel X furnished house; ijood neighborhood; handy to all wni side ears; eat, bath, Ao.; rent moderate. West Fort) iiiotb street. rpo LET-A PARLOR FLOOR, NKWLY AND HANC X Homely furnished, within two bloe.ks *of Fifth Avenii Hotel, without board or with private talde; price, will Board, $100. AdWrens, with rotareuoe, box 6,IHli New York Poll ollici. 7 0REAT JONES STREETTZA FURMSHED FRON Room to real; would null one or two acuta, or rnaa.au wife; bath, gaa, Ac. Apply to DRESSMAKER. A rr AMITY STREET FURNISHED FRONT ANI I | back Rooms, with closets sult\ble for light houaekeep Ing; alao fedrooms for gentlemen; teriua reaaonable; bout in good order. r/ft ELM STREET, MEAR GRAND.-FURNISHEl J/t"U front Rooms and Bedrooms to* lei, suitable fa hawaefceapinf, for a email family, with water ta the woni price l|S to $> per week. OH K*ST KI0 HTK NT EtT. ZxO L FT? T juXL (tnUeae** a?Jf, withowl Beard, mm Urge ha?t aosalf fiuaished Room u( Mi MM BitWin term* mix rat*. k , - , % BOMS AND tfARTMBNTK TO LOT. ^ 970 bhihtii avf.nuk, near twf.ntv third & I 1) atreel.?To let, a haudtomely furnlilied Parior aud Bedroom, wlUt ute of kltcUen ttore ir required. call foe two day*. fuk maine. AN OLD ESTABLISHED AND VERY l'ROSlMiRUUa Weekly Paptr for tale. Satltfactory rraton given for telling. Oaati capital required $i!U,0UU. Addrett PROFITS. Herald oflice. s Avineoar manufactory, in perfect order, for tale or excitant?Apply on the premitet, 10J Fur* man ilreet, Brooklyn, from 1U to 12 A. M. _______ A CHANCE. -FOR DISPOSAL, IN CONSEQUENCE of proprietor'! return to Europe, lite widely known Letter Oilice, Stationery and Fancy Store 7tS Bleecker itreet, oua door w??t of Broadway. An old established Broadway fancy ooods Store for tale clienp; alto corner LI |Uor S?orea, Bakeriet, comer Drug St<ire?, Meat Market!, Lager Beer and Liquor Saloont, Billiard Saloont. Ilotelt, Keauufaiiu, Cijjai oioiua, hoc mi v store*, miner nunoi, uwuiiry um .-^virri. MITCHELL'S Stor* Agency, 77 Cedar street. , A BARGAIN.-FOR $ 1,840, (Jfl.000 C ASH, ONE VRAR i<> |.ay the balance, a Liquor, Miliar I and Oyster 8n- t loon, complete; clue years'lease; rent for whole house orilf n (SHOO a year; excursion ticket* 7?c. 7? Prospect street, Paterson, N. J. other business cause of sacrifice. An excellent chance for a man wrra mail capital. For sale, on tiie west aide of town, a Liquor Store, with Leaa* of house; license paid, cheap rent. Apply to I*. OAFFNET, IfcJS Bowery. A FIRST CLA33 HOTEL AT LAKE MEMPHRAMAO0Q for sale, to lease or exrhative for New Yprk or suburban Property; price of hotel, 41a,1 >KI; tree of encumbranoe. MOTT A CO., HJ. Flue street. A -SAFER, SAFES. -NEW ANO SECOND HAND FIRE. proof Hates, WiUkr's patent, for sal* at reduced prices. No. US Cortlanot street. A lot of herring's, marvin's, wildkr's ani> . Davidson's Safes; also brokers' aud jewelers' Safes at eaoribce, to close out. 1,11.1.1 K SAFE COM PAN V, No. 3 Park place. A FOR SALE, A GOOD FAMILY GROCERY. WITH . Horse aud Wagon, on beat part of First itrenue; kept by the present proprietor for the last eight yoars. For further particulars a|iply to MaX BAYERBDOKFBR, S7 Third avenue, corner of Twelfth street. A -FOR SALE A fine LIQUOR STORE, SITUATED . on best part of tirnul slrw., WillWmsburgh. Must be sold on accouut of the present proprietor retiring from bust. iie.su. farther particulars apply to MAX BAYEtfSDOKFER, S7 Third arenue, corner TwettUi street. A -FOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS OLD ESTABLISHED ooiaer Liquor Store, with or without stock, font years' lease of entlr* building, In tlw> best pan of the Kielith ward; will be sold for half Its value. Further particulars with MAX BAYKRSDORFhK, 87 Third avenue, corner Twelfth street. A LARGE STEAM LAINDRY, WITH ALL FIXTURES, with a good run of custom and doing a good business, for sale cheap. Apply to C. 11 ELTON, No. V Oliver street. CCONFECTIONERY AND SODA WATER.?THE STOCK J and Good Will of store 41?7 East Houston street for sale very low, ou account of death of owner. I^OR SALE-A FIRST CLASS LIQUOR STORE, IN .South street; long lease; business *250 a week. In- _ autre of H. M. MOnilER, 406 East Twenty-sixth street. 4 For rale-the lease, stock and fixtures oh a first class Oyster, Dining aud Billiard Rooms. Musi % be sold this week. . For particular* inquire at 847 Bleecker st, TjioR SALE-A CORNER LIQUOR STORE, WITH P \m+mm ?n,l ftkturttA* r-mni low Annlv romur Ptrr* street anil Warerly place.' For sale-a first-class liquor store, km Bleacker street, near Broadway. Apply on the premises For sale-a splendid wine room down town. doing ti good business. Apply to BLACK WELL 4 PETTINUER, 118 Liberty street. Ifor sale-a sample and lt'nfih room, cheap, to a cash outouusr, In a flr?t rate luxation down toirn ; a good chance for a An with a small capita). Apply to W. B. MINER, 7'J Front street or No. 8 William street. For sale, on account ok departure tor Europe?The Lease of a well paying Boarding House and its Furniture; custom established since several years. Rent cheap. Location good. Address m., Herald office. For sale-splendid corner liquor btor? with good Lease, Stock and Futures, in a good oetghi borbood. Inquire at 661 Third arenue, in the store. For sale?an old established cioar store doiug a first rate liusiuess. For further particular* in quire at 2ll Greenwich street. For sale-a dows patent marble boda foun. tain, cheap, at BIRDSALL'S Oyster Bay, corner of Cort* landt street and Broadway, basement. ipor SALE CHKAP-A FINE CIGAR AND ottawa r Beer Store, doing a good business. Inqulm at }7l Fulton street, Brooklyn, fourth door from theatre. For sale cheap and on easv terms-French Pastry and Confectionery stoi c, with marble soda l'oun< tain and fresh stock uf goods. Ajiply to aaron CRIB' TALAR A CO., 489 Broadway. , For SALE CHKAP-THE LEASE AND FIXTURES OF Berry's Restaurant. Apply on the premises, 98 Maiden j lane. t 1quor store, in a good thoroughfare JJ down town; lire years' lease; cheap rent; will be soM " oheap to a cash customer; with er without stock. WILLIAM AH BOY, No. 6 City Hall ptaos. QHOE STORE FOB SkLK AT 677 SECOND AVENUE I kJ to be sold at a sacriuoe on account of sickness in till i family' dh/l nn CASH?A CIOAR STORE. FITTED UP, WITH )PT:\/tF a splendid Suds Fountain, doings good business] splendid locality; good reasons Tor selling. Inquire at thl place, 416 Broadway. -FOR SALE, A COMPLETE BRASS FOUN. qpl.?i>'U. dry and Cock making establishment, including I a splendid lot ?f u'ltterns, lathes, tools, Ac.; a great bargain! Apply to H. MOORE, 41 Cemre street. fcin knn w,ll buy oi,e of the besi * t iPlO.t)'"' Liquor, Billiard and Lodging Houses la tbt city of New York. The titling* are of solid Mack walnut with 21 furnished rooms; ai?o_ club room; the barroom Is 2| I by 86 f?et; in the vicinity or Broadway, ana must oe Me* u i be appreciated. Apply to W1LLUM ABBOTT, Mo. I Oltj I Hall place. ' _ MACHINERY. ' A STEAM BOILER AND A CALENDAR FOR 6ALB.? Boiler 8 horse power, upright. Call and see. in the for* 1 noons, at WM. ZAISSEK'S aye house, 333 Wait rifty-seconJ i street, near avenue C. WANTBD-A PORTABLE LOCOMOTIVE ROIUSI Steam Engine of 10 or 12 horse power; giro maker'! name, limn been run, price and particulars. Address T. C. ' | C., Herald office. 4 ' EUROPE. ) A. EPILEPSY (EPILEPTIC CONVULSIONS). * ' | Prof. KR. A. Ql'ANTE, ? I Warendorf, Westfalen, Germany, proprietor and dlscorerer of the only approved and world r*nowne<1 universal remedy for the cure ol Epilepsy (Epileptic Coovul> slotis). Possesser of several badges of honor, Ac. Prospectuses gratia upou receipt of post paid, applioar lions. All orders will receive prompt attention. The very best of references from everywhere. r l^NOL'SH ELECTRO-SILVER PLATE AND CUTLERY MAPP1N A WEBB, ' celebrated manufacturers, invite > ' Americans visiting Eagiand to inipect their unrivalled show rooms, containlae af Immense stock of their celebrated maaufacturea. , ' Kioctro-Siiver Plate it of highest quality and most bsautiful design sad fvorkntaa< ship. Tea Services, Dinner Service* t and e Table Cutlery I- of every description. >1 Please note carefully Ilia adilress? 76, 77 aud 78 Oxford street, aud 71 and 72 Cornhilt, London. Royal Cutlery Work*, ShslDehl; and Wlrstey street Works. London. The best Illustrated Catalogue in the trade. i TNTERLAKEN. SWITZERLAND. I X Opening of lilt Bath Hotel, May I. Opening of the Whey Establishment, May I. Repeated daily performance of tlie Spa orckeitra. I A new watercourse trotb the springs for th? whole place. ? a ? .. 1NTEKLAKEN-0RAND HOTEL VICTORIA. iieaaon ol 1V70?Opaosd April 1. Reduced price* uutd July IS. h ED. Rl'CHTI, Proprietor. - rpO AMERICAN TRAVELLERS IN GERMANY. ' A Hotel Kronprinz, In Dresden. ? English spoken by the proprietor and the attendant*; comfortable, well furniitied Rooms; central and pleaaaot location; rood table de liote, and moderate fixed price* are lh? I- Induce menu offered by thli first clans hotel, i; ? . .? VALUABLE AMERICAN PATENT FOR SALE.?TH8 proprietor of a patent (patented In the United States; fo( the manufacture of a very profitable and salable article, l, which I* especially for manufacturers of malleable cast Iron. II very reliable and easy to manufacture: this patent, which ir ha* 17 year* to run, 1* offered for iiale. Kor further particular* adores* J. R., 784, care of Haaaeniteln ft Vogler, Hamburg; or the principal Lottery ufllue of L. Oppeohelm, Jr., I- BraunsfbwM, North tieruiany. is i ITIENNA, AUSTRIA. V Hotel Archduke Chariot, - kept by Mr. Joseph Zlmmermaun, the new proprietor. Thlf K first class botel, situated In the best part uf Vienna, has bees B- greatly Improved In modern comfort, recherche cuisine and r- excellent servlec. at moderate charges. The landlord will spare no trouble to maintain It* ancient reputation and M give satisfaction to the travelling gentry and nobility. CfOTHINGl * A T H. ROSENTHAL'S, 51 THIRD AVENUE, NEAR " A Tenth street (formerly Ui8 Bowerv)?Lailie* and gentler* men can obtain the behest value for Cast Off Clothing, Oar* pets, Ac., by calling or addreuiut. Ladles attended to by j Mrs. Rosenthal. e A T 846 SEVENTH AVENUE, SECOND DOOR ABOVE ' JY Twenty-fourtli street?Received $60,000 cash to pur1 chase Wearing Apparel and Household Furniture for the Western market; promt*** to pay Ml per cent more than any (inn h* psllinu (in i.r ililruiuln.. IJr n>.l lira UIHKNRl'Un d ATS. WISH'S, 1H7 THIRD AVENUE, I.ADIE8 AND U\. ftenllemen can recpire the highest price* forcaat-off -l ClotliliiK auii Carpet* by calling or a idreMlnf. ba<ite* 4t. tended by Mrs. MihIi. * 8 A T H33 BROADWAY, NEAR THIRTEENTH STRKET? J\ H. HEKZpayathe bl|>he*t cath prtoea for ladle*' and D gentlemen'* Wearing Apparel, Carpet*, Ac. Ladle* wailed r on by Mr*, Her*. "1 T 178 SEVENTH AVENUE,-LADUiS ANDOKHTL4*? J\ iuea wtli be *urpr(*ed at tbe price* J. AN HALT paf* 0 for Ca*t <?T Uiothtng, Kuriltdr*, Carpel*, Jewelry, Ae.;'rent 1- $7 to $4$ for Silk I>re*?en; for C?au from *4 to *\k, fol I- rant* from $2 to $6, by calling, or a note by poet w?cW Attended to by Mr. or Mr*. AN HALT.