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2 BOARDRRH AND I.ODGKRN 1 BLOCK EAST FROM CITY BALL."?FRANK FORT 1 House, Frankfort street, c?r?*r of William; t#0 room*. A Room to yourself Uo. ty SO*:, par day; ?14o to #1 per week. Opal) all nlglit. 1 -I BLOCK SOUTH OK CHATHAM HQUARE.-1W I clean beds ami Ko'ims at and SI) cent* per day; >rS and 91 W per week ; at tba Grant house, 46 New Bowery. ISI'IT <>K MURK OK KLEUAM' Fl'RNISIIRD Rooms. with or without doard, at Worth House, OS Fifth venue. Single Keome for yeutlemeo. H'DLOW STREET, CORNER CANAL.?A PEW young men can be accommodated with Hoar 1 at moderate ratee. 5 EAST TWELFTH BTRKKT ?FURNISHED ROOMS to lot, eu suite or singly. Reference* exchanged. TO ?10 PER WEBK.?VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS, ?JH) wl'.h excellent Hoard, for families aud slugle persons, at 178 Bleroker street, six bloeks west of Broadway. d>? AND UPWARDS FOR SINGLE ROOMS, WITH ?PU Board ; Rooms, without bourd, by the night or week; Boar l anil Room, per day, fl tu. At IM Hudson street, Dupont House. <g?/> TO *10 PER WEEK?A FEW GENTLEMEN OR A ?JPU teniletunn and wile can outaln Board at 18 St. Mark's jilaoe; also ladies engaged <lurin? the day. TO BREVOORT PLACE, TENTH STREET, FIFTH Xtii house west of Broadway.-- Large lianduoiuely furni?hed Rooms, on second story, to let; house with all Improvements; location pieaaaui >uu ooou Terms inoueiaio UTH STREET, Ut. WEST.-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED Rooms; bouae llrat class, table unexceptionable; permanent or transient partios recelred. Soutuerners will fiud delightful, cool rooms. Terms low; summer price*. n PERRY STREET. CORNER OK WAVERLEY place. -To let, a large, furnished Room, With Bedroom attached; suitable for three young m?u or a gentleman and and bla wife. Call for two days, aeoond lloor. nYH STREET, NEAR IRVING PLACE.?PLEASANT ami nlceiy furnlahed Rooms to let, on second arid third llooim, with or without Hoard. 1~? Eaat f>e?euteenth street.! 1Q WK8T TWENTY FOURTH STREET, Ol'POBITR 1 ?' Klftli Avenue Hotel.?Elegantly furnished Room* to let, with or without Board, to gentlemen and wive* or alngle gentlemen; summer pncaa. OA WltlT FOURTEENTH STREET, NEAR DEL_ 1/ monlc o's.?Large, airy Rooms, nicely furnished, to let cteap, lu suits or singly, without Loard. References required. i)I WEST TWENTY-SECOND BTRERT.?F17RNI3IIED > 1 Partii an I Bedroom on second and third floors, and a%e fiooiu ou third lloor to let. with or without pr'vate table. f)1 WEST EJTHQl'EENTH STREET.?MRS. M. M, 1 URAINARI' liu? elegant Suits of Hoorus to let, with or without Boaid, for the season or year. References eichained. f RLRIiCKER STREET, TWO BLOCKS EART OF Mr. adway.?Furnished Room, on i.rst or second floor, for gentleman aud wife or single g?nilcmen, without board, from $4 to per week. Ol WEST THIRTYSPCOND STREET.?A LARUE OX third storv front Roum, with Hoara, to two gentlemen or gentleman atid wi.e, at $2(1 per week ; also a hall Room. ?>1 ffKST SIXTEENTH STREET. A PRIVATE FAMILY Ol will let a Second Floor, bandaon.ely furnished, either wit'i rrlratc table or without board. Highest reference required. ?>"! MADISON AVRMI'B.?STRANGERS WILL FIND ?<l de>igbtfully located Rooms, with Board, at moderate prices. ?>7 EAST TWENTIETH STREET. NF.AR BROAD?11 way. Transient or permanent Hoard for nentlemen and wlvea or tfentlemen, with pleasant, well furnished large and email Kooma; deslraMe summer location. \ 1 W F.ST TWliVTY-FoURTH STREET. SRCO.VD T~ L etoiy front Suit. cool, ban Uomely furnished; large clo 'ets, hot aud cold water; splendid location; with or wltncut Board. A 1 WEST FORTY-EIGHTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH i 1. avi uue?A Second Floor to let, with Honrd, in a full width lirni i hu bouu; superior accuminoaatlous at a moderate price, ttefereiices. 4r LEXINGTON AYFNUH.?HANDSOMELY FURNISH< I ed Rooms, with Board, at extremely low terms tor the summer, to gentlemen or families; located two block.! from Mad lion square and ilratuercy Park; prlrate table if desired; references richan^d. r.(\ WM NINETEENTH STREET.?ELEGANT 8CIT ?)"' of four Roomi. entire second floor, with strictly first class Board; references. rj NINTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY PLACE ill and Broauway Pleasant, well furnished Rooms, to a putty of gentlemen; also single Booms, with or without Board. Rf. erences enchanted. H-1 MADISON AVENCJE.?UNEXCEPTIONABLE BOARD 4 J at greatly reduced rates for the summer; families or ingle gentlemen, transient or otherwise. m FOURTH AVENI'E, NEAR TWELFTH STREET? K.rst class Board and Rooms for gentirmaii and ?ife or two or more gentlemen. Alto a handsome front ball Room. 199 EAST SIXTEENTH STREKTrCORNK IRRV1NQ viae*, (oppoHite Westminster Hotel).?First class, newly furnished front Rooms, at very low terms. lO ,1 LEXINGTON AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTYlu'r eislith ant Twenty-ninth stieets Eleeantly furn fl:?l R'?m< to let. witli or without Boird, at moderate prices for the summer. 1 >7 Wl!-TTORTV-SKVKNTH STREfcT?A PRIVATE I * ? I 'aml y have a Floor or several handsomely furnished R(. -is to !e:, with Board or private table. References required. 10( 1 EIGHTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY AND )<7 K.,uilh avnue, near New York Hotel.?Elegantly furnished Rooms to let, with or without Board, to families or uln^le gentlemen. "I ?9 SECOND AVENUE ?TO LET, SEVERAL VERY J *)_? d'-slrable, eie*arit:y furnished Rooms, cool and airy, w :tu or without Board, in the Unit clans crown stoup residence. Terms moderate. 9]1 EAST EIGHTEENTH STREET?TO LET. A w 1JL Inrtte. handsomely furnished noun, joining bath room, without board; leruis yery rei 1 . i.aole. ilOfi EIGHTEENTH STRKET, BETWEEN SECOND jLiZiVj and Third avenues. Nicely furnished Rooms, with JJoard, on I rut, second and third floors; u.11 modern iinurovenicn'-g, good locjatn* ?.?.i 2.) A WEST THIRTY THIRD STREET]?A WIDOW iiT la !y has a ban Isomelv furnished Parlor to let to a middle aire i gentleman ; also tnree other Rooms, to a party of Cuban gentlemen. OOO WEST TWENTY-PECOND STREET.?A WELL ZOO furnished front Room on thlr I floor, bath adjoining) to I t wUh tir?t cl?M Boar<!, to h gentleman aud wife or two Ingle gentlemen. Terms reasonable. O j (' WEST TWENTY-FOURTH S T RE ET~-FRONT * ) and Ha l Room on second floor and other Rooms to , with Board, to gentlemen and gentlemen and their wives; tenuu moderate. OPT7 WEPT FOIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR EIGHTH I I avenue.?Neatly furnished front Rooms to let, with tirst c.ass Board, to gentlemen and wive* or Mingle gentlemen, with summer prices. References exchanged. ()n !- WEST TWENTY-SECOND STRKET, BETWEEN ? ' Seventh and Eighth avenues.- Furnished and unfurnished Rooms. in suits or singly, wlthgool Hoard, greatly reduced, to single gentiemen or gentlemen with their wives. PPPTNO STREET, CORNER OF HUDSON Fumishe l Rooms to let, to gentlemen or gentlemen and their wives. Also a few boarders taken on reasonable terms. onr. WEBT TWENTIETH PTRKET.-A HALL BEDOl'u room, nlcelv furnished, suitable for lady or gentleman: Board If preierred; or woul i lake care of a lady tbiough slckn s>.. in n west Fourteenth sTR^EfT-NicELY fub >!.' ' mslitid Rooms to let, with Board, to icntlemen and their wives or single gentlemen, at very moderate priccs. ?<)Q KA-T 1 HiltTKENTI1 STREET (LATE NO. 184).? 'iuO HiKtciatH Board; large aud single Rooius, well lighted, amplu closets and bath ; to $8 per week. 7'?)"j W i- ST I W E.NT\ T: 1 lilD srilK'l.T.-TO LET, I'O r with Board, elegant Rooms, with all convenience; liouse first class and excellent neighborhood (opposite Loudon terra'o ; f.*r.iliy very small; with a line table. Term* very reasonable. r 1 9 HROADWAY. OPPPOSITE THE ST. NICHOLAS ?1 ?j Hotel. Furnished Rooms, with windows, to gentlemen, iJ3 to 18 per week. 1111 BROADWAY.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED J I tt Rooms, eu suite or singly, to let, with or without Board; transient and table boarders taken. WIIM>\V LADY HAs'X ROOM TO LET. WITH FIRST clacs Board, to a geot,em?n aE<! Wdf; would prefer to board the lady only. Addreia A. E. 8., Herald ?>ntC9. ? A PRIVATE FAMILY, HAV1NC. MORE ROOM THAN J\ th-y require. will let a few furnished Rooms. a]so bac k raror ana l-.xien?lon. location urst ciass, ea East Twelfth street, near I. road way. YOU.NO WIDOW LADY, LIVING ALONE, WILL lei handsomely furnished Rooms, en suite or n'tiRly, for "ont'eman and wife; Board lor the lady only; good location; term* reasonable, 140 Went Sixteenth slreet, near Sixth av. A PLEASANT SECOND STORY FRONT ROOM, WITH alcove and bath, to let?To one or two gentlemen, 103 \V pit Thirteenth street; family private. pOARDING. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS, J> with Board for two. %lti and (J1H a week ; and fine hall Ki orm, $7, In the Urst class house 149 iiast FIfty-lSrst street, between Lcungtoi, and Third nvoniiRS. "T?LEGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENTS?WITH J J I very appointment, suitable for families or single gentlemen, may ne I.ad, with or without Heard, In the line brown itoil* house 213 West Forty-second street. JpURMSHED ROOMS TO LET-TERMS MODERATE. I' Apply at 43 Downing street. *1 TANDSOMELY FURNI?HED ROOMS TO LET-TO .11 uentleman and lady, with Board for lady only; terms moderate. Address for two days Mrs. D., box 149 HeralJ Office. HOBOKKN.-HANDSOMBLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO let, with Board, In an American family, to gentlemen only. Apply at 114 Kiver terrace. Relerences required. TO LET-A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, 8UITABLE fot two i;('nt!emon, adjoining bath, containing gm and water; Warerley place, near SlitU avenue. Addrss# Mrs. H. C., station D. r/ -ROOMS, EN SUITE OR SEPARATELY, ON SEC/j, ond and third floors, with good Board; also table bourrters; one blocK from Hi. Ootid Hotel. Inquire at 1U West Forty-third street. References. AND JLOlH.iNt; WANTED. A GENTLEMAN WISHES A ROOM IN A RE9PEOTAble American or German ; terms not to exceed H#. Address, st?tla| t^a?, jj, fcftA 'Oj'.rt?eut^ Mroel. A GENTLEMAN WANTS A COMFORTa'blT^ALL Koom, north of Twenty-eighth street and convenient to Xeventh or Eighth avenue ears. Ki'fereno-a exchanged. Terms not to exceed $3 SO per week. Address J. V. W., b WIFE WANT A NEAT, COM. oom, with plain Board, In a pilvaia n<, other boarder*, In a respectable ?e&f>.t?>jrl street preferred, terms k. AdJiMM full particulars, >mUL POARP AND LOP(?<B WnTBl>. _ WANTKD?I.AROB ROOM. WITH HOARD. FOR OKNivman and wife; l>oa <1 fur laly only; location between Twentieth mid Thirtieth Itreet*. Addreea, *tatlug term*, Hr?. JAY, 114 We*t Tweaty-*eroud rireet. HOTKIA _ 1 ntkrnational hotel, one block from citv I Hall, junction of WUiUm. l?uaite anJ l liamber* itrurtt? Room*, with clean bods, Ji cent* a day; family Room*, $1. New England hotel, corner bowery and Bayard (huropean plan). --8UU light Itoom*. Lodging*, Ho. nightly; *8 to ?4 weekly, for gentlemen ouly. SUMMIT HOTEL, CORNER OF BOWERY AND CANAL tract new bou**, on European plan. - Room* by tUe week or mouth. All bed* with inrlng ui?ttre?*e*. B. BREDER, Proprietor. OWIFTS HOTEL, BROADWAY AND EIGHTH STREET. O Room and Hoard prr day, 4'i 60; per week, from ??>8 to <14; Koom* 76c. to $1 Ml per day, *4 to *4 per week. COPKTKT BOAItD. A PRIVATE FAMILY DESIRE A FEW CHILDREN boat tier* In a good location; term* moderate. Addreu box 36? /sew burg, Orang* county. A GENTLEMAN DESIRES BOARD IN THE COUNTRY for hi* wife, daughter (Ore year* of age) nnd nuree. Ire*?, giving full particular* a* to price, location, Ac., aa no otber will be noticed, L. M. O., Herald office. A GENTLEMAN, WIFE, TWO CHILDREN, INFANT 2\ and nun* dedre plain farmhouae Boaid on line of Soiitkilde Railroad, Long laland. about one hour from New York unu oue tulle from depot; plenty of ahade. nallk, fruit, Ac. Addreaa, vuttng all particular*, a. D. TUCKER, 10a Kaat Broadway, New York. At tarrytowm, on THE hudson.-two suits ol well furnlahed Room*, with Board, in a large, airy bouae, delightfully located on high ground, commanding* magnificent view of the rlrer, anu within five minute*' walk of car* and boau; excellent atabilng. For term*, reference*, Ac., apply at IB Fifth avenue. A pleasant flack for country board- on th? bank! of the Shrewsbury riw. within a iihort distance of ocean bathing; every convenience for families or Inkle boarder*, Communication four to lis ti.uesaday with New York, either by Band/ Hook Railroad to Naffoo atatlon, or by steamer Baa Bird to Fort Washington dock. For full particulars addrf" THUS. DAVIS, Fort Wasbington, Monmouth county, H. J. Board wanted in a farm house, fob two lad lea. Address J. c., llerald office. Board, two hours from citt, new haven Rotlroa'i. -Two or three Rooms, farm SO aorea, modern home; blfcb, healthy, plaaaant, Ac. H. L. AYKKH, New Canaan, Conn., or 1126 Pearl street. Board can be secured for the summer?in the bexutlful village of Fatcbogue, on the (treat South Bay, In a ftrai class house, by applying at 148 Lafayette avenue, Brooklyn. Board at eltinoville, b. i.-three or four young men can get good Board In a plaaaant private ?amlyat J7 a week; comfortable accommodation*, good lisiilug and bathing. Apply in person or address Mrs. WOULOM, Eltinoville, Stati n Island. Board wantkd-at a farm house in new Jersey, about one hour from New York, for a lady anil little girl with seven weeks of the whooping cough; all th? comforts of a tarm bouse luulspensable. Address K. LANSING, 123 Kauk street, New York. Board, hoabd, board.-qood and abundant Board , from $7 to $10 per week, at a large house lu a p'easunt town, 14 inl.es from New York. Address, statins where an interview can be had, Mr. MORTON, Herald office. Board kor four or five persons, in a privaie famliy, at llaverstraw. on the Hudson. For terms, Ac., address Mrs. RUTHERFORD, Haverstraw, N. Y. Board in orange, near brick church depot, comer of Central and Oak wood avenues.?Large, airy Rooms ; i:mt class table; pas, bath. Terms moderate. Apply to Messrs. BLACKWELL A SMITH, 243 Broadway, N. Y Board at Cornwall?first class board and Rooms. fruit, milk, mountain air; plenty of shade; staMlng. Inquire at HOFourtli avenue, or to D. MuQoNlQAL, Cornwall. Board at Newport, b. i the undersigned h s o ened a Boarding House, opposite the Cllft Home, on the Aiinandaln road. It Is pleasantly situated ; commands a full view of the sea; about bve minutes' walk to the beach ; four or live families can be accommodated on reasonable terms. Address EDWABI) ELLIS, Newport, R. I. /COUNTRY BOARD AT MILTON, ON THE HUDSON \ j river; six steamboats daily; reference. Apply at 861 Fifth avenue, second door below Thirty-fourth street. (CHILDREN WANTED TO BOARD-WHERE THEY J will be well cared tor. Address MIm A. K. CONOVER, Old Bridge, N.J. City reference. CCOUNTRY BOARD-FOR JULY AND ACGURT. AT i boutb Amboy, N. J.t beautiful location; plenty of shado, ntod ?ea batulr.c; term* mulerate. Address J. H. WITHUtiTON, South Amboy. N. J. CAN BE HAD IN A PRIVATE FAMILY IN BLOOM field, N. J. one or two pleasant Rooms, vrtth Board; nice lawn, shades, croquctting and home oomforts, Apply to J. O. M., No, 9 Broad street, room 18, at 10 A. M. riOUNTRY BOARD AT RIVERDALE.?THREE LAROI? \ J Koon<s to let at one of the finest situations on Hudson river, 40 minute* from city; re.ereuce given and required. Address 8. W., Rlverdale, Westchester county, N. Y. CIOUNTRY BOARD ON THE SEA SHORE FOR TEN ) or twelve, or two small families, with good Board and large Room*; price for adult*, from ifSH to vlu. Apply to W. H, f INNER. 1B7 Weit Eighteenth street, New York. /lOUNTRY BOARD. TF.N MINUTES' WALK FROM THE " ' landing?A number of persons cm be accommodated with good Hoard on the ban Ws of Bhrewubnry rl:%r; bathing and liahtn*. Addreu JAMEri BOOT r, tair'Hav^n, N.J. COUNTRY BOARD WANTED-FOR A GENTLEMAN, wife, child and Infant, with nurse and handmaid, either on the Sound or some other healthy place near this city. Address J. C., Herald office. | lOUNTRY BOARD CAN BE HAD IN A PRIVATE V family at High Falls, Oreene county, three miles front the Calsklll Mountains; stream of water and beautiful falls near tbe house. Address JOHN MERRl'l'T, Saugertles, I Ister county, N. Y. COUNTRY BOARD CAN BE HAD AT THE MAPLE Orove House, In the mountains, ten miles from tbe Tillage of Catskill; plenty of milk, vegetables, fruit, Ac.; beautiful scenorv. Fur pariioijlars call on A. W. DAVIS, 831 ShI ireet, or address J. H7 ? I < >1> t>a iti?. Cairo, N. V. /COUNTRY BOARD WANTED-POR A OENTLEMAN, ' > wife and three children, 4, 9 and 18 years, within about one hour of the city and within about one mile from station; good, high clear air; plenty of shade; fresh milk, vegetables, fruit, Ac. Address, statlnx terms and full particulars, H., box 4,499 Post office, New York. riOUNTRY BOARD WANTED-FOR HUMMER, ON \ ) Long Island, for gentleman, wife, one child three years ol ', Infuut and white nitrite;. entleman absent during the day; children healthy and not troublesome; situation must tie ahady. easy of arrest, free from fever and ague and convenient to surf bathing; terms most be moderate. Address ROBINSON, Herald office. T\E8IRABLE LOCATION.?COUNTRY BOARD" AT A 1 / farm bouse, 26 miles by Erie Railway; situated high cool and healthy; good table. 0. U. STREET, No. 9 Dey street. Good country board may be obtained at a farmhouse 15 miles from Catsklll; fine mountain. For particulars address L. E. VINCENT, Freehold, Ureene county, N. Y. 71 ood country boardu-at a farm house near 17 the village of Peeksklll, for si* or eight poriocs; good iadic, iizt ruuinii dumiuk ???? jnciivy vi rnuuv ground; board $7 a week. Address J. h. BOYD, l'eeksklii, n. Y. GOOD BOARD AND PLEASANT ROOMS MAY BE ha t at Moliegnn Lake. 4 mile* from Peckukili. An interview may be hart this day from I to 4 o'clouk, nt tbr? carpet storeot PEWOLF A KNAPP, 283 Hudson street, or address E. CRAWFORD, Peeks kill Post office. /toon GROUND, L. I.-OOOD BOARD CAN BE HAD IT at a pleasant farm house, 10 rods irom depot; five minute*' walk to church; a r'caBaDt drive to the ocean; terms reasonable; boys between the ages of 6 and 15 preferred. allen i'. b(juires, Good Ground, N. Y. Norwich, conn.-good board in the pleasantent part of the town, with a river view. For parlicu] lara call at 113 West Serentuentb street. ORANGE.?LARGE, WELL FURNISHED ROOMS, with) excellent Board, on reasonable terms. Apply at the corner of Main and Commerce streetx, Orange, Is. J, References exchanged. ORANOE.?SPLENDID FURNISHED ROOMS; HOUSE new, elevated, cool; 80 miles' view; 6U minutes from city; five, plank walk, from Montrose station. J. D. PALMER (late of Mountain House), South Orange. ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN CAN OBTAIN BOARD, for the so son or permanently, In'a private fumllv, fcbuut t luliSI from New York. For further particulars autfries MT c.", Doi^O, wWbJklx. STAMFORD, CONN.?BOARD FOR TWO ADULTsTlN private family; no other boarders taken; three minutes' walk from depot. Address STAMFORD, box 128 Herald office. RUMMER BOARDING NEAR CATSKILL MOUNTAINS ? O Large, new bouse, airy rooms, bath, Ac. Good Board, $8 and it i ll per week. Good accommodations for horses. Address J. B. WEBSTER, Cairo Greene county, N. Y. TWO ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR GENTLEMEN, MAT BB obtained in a private family at .New Brighton, Statea Iilant, only IS minutes' walk irom landing; highest references required. Address B. L., Herald otilce. inderbilt LANDING, staten island, no minutes from city and five from boat.?Comfortable Rooms, gas, Ac.; excellent table; moderate prices; bathing, boating convenient. Address GKANliY, 11 eraUl office. WANTED.?A GENTLEMAN, WIFE AND CHILD \* would like a good boarding place, within an hour's ride dress J. P. B.! uox 8,702 New York Poit office. 8 OR 10 PKRSON8 CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH flr?t class Board at Tirol I, five minute*' walk from depot; location pleaiant; room* larce and airy, with a fine view (if the Hudson and Catsklll Mountain*; term! moderate, with use of piano and carriage If deiired. Addres* L. W. RISKvoir, titoii, n. y. SUMMER RESORTS. Albemarle house, Saratoga springs, n. y.Klrst clai.-i family hotel, Broadway, three door* south of the "Clarendonterm* moderate. Ad.lress PROPRIETOR, box 704 Po?t office, Saratoga Spring*. Atlantic hotel, bath, l. i.-rooms, by the day or week at moderate price*. Restaurant and private dining room*; fine *ea bathing. Steam car* lrotn Greenwood every 4u minute*. A -LONG ISLAND HOUSE, CENTRE MORICHE8, L. . I., locatsd near the ocean; jurf and Stillwater bathInn; good tlablnz; plenty of game, term* luadcn'J- Ait drei* G. 8. TERRY, Proprietor. Referenc e, united Stalei Hiptel, Pulton street. TTATH HOTEL-AT BATH, L. I., 18 NOW OPEN FOR IJ ibe reception of guest*. A furnlahed Cottage to let; good mablfnff.' Accessible by Greenwood and Bath Railroad every Xi minille/* ??OEOKOE SHIELDS. Proprietor. Brandon house," grksnwood' lake, is now open for the reoeptloa of filWt.. ?'>? I* new and pleasantly alluated on high land, betWefB Bell vale aud Sterling Mountain*, and has fine view* of Takd an-.IP'j""talu koenery. Address E. T. WATEKSTONR A CO., Pfm piletors, Monroe, Orange county, n. V. Take cart to Monro* suttoo, fcrto Railway. NEW YORK HEKALD, Til ACMMER KK80HTS. ClOZZUNS' WEST POINT HOTEL / la now open, 'i'ertni reasonable. Ad(lr?a? HVt.VAM'8 T. I 04ZENB, Weil I'olnt, N. Y. / iBOKT HOISK. OPPOKITK WR8T l*? -I i>T. UAKU" / son's.?Terraa moderate; no d mnn for oblldren. (high altitude. Inquire 01 U.K. xlf')LL(JufiTI. W: Broadway. 8YLVANUS D. WKIMIT A CO. l*iopilelors, < .arrlson's station. /lOOPER HOUSE, OT8BUO UKK, COOFEIMTOWW, " v N. Y., will open June l.-fcleuantlr furniibvd; boating, tubing, fine drive*: ground n-a<fe classic by tk? |m u or Cooper; term* reduced to 1(8 per day ; gas and bells In erery r>iom ; t an. it tea taken for seaatn at rcaaonable rates. Address CUARLKB A. W ATKINS. WaUiOH lluuac, Albany, N. Y., or Cooper House, Cooperstown, N. I. EYERORBEN LAWN AT CORNWALL, ON THE IIUD od, la now ready for tbs reception of boarders. lira. 0. S. TALMADOE. Heath house, schooley's mountain spkinu, N. J., la open for toe ea*ou. E. B. COLEMAN, Proprietor. Mr, Coleman cm be seen Wednesdays, between 12 and 1 o'clook, at 7:> John street. Howell house, west bampton, l. i.-now open; tine aurf bathing;good table; one mile from depot. MORTIMER D. HoWELL, Proprietor. IONO HKANOH.?SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS FOR J famlllei can be bad In cottage delight'ully located on tiie liore, within walking Ola ance of depot. Apply at second cottage north of Metropolitan Hotel. Mountain house, south orange, n, j.-this f avoilt* resoit presents attractions which cannot be u puKil for the accommodation of families and business men. It offers invigorating mountain air, delightful scenery, charming drive* sua inviting Hurruuadin^a ; u llgbtsd with ?as; contain! bath* and all modern convenience*; 1* newly urnlsbed, and only one hour from Barclay (tract. Early application will wear* desirable room*. _ C. H1TZELBEROER. Proprietor. vf i8sihqeoi springs hotel-opens on the ?h 1*I July. Thf* hotel I* adjacent to the springs wbone waters have wrought *uofa wonderful cure*. Mount bverbtt house, Berkshire county, Maaa.?Kirst class family hotel: term* moderate. For particular* apply to JOHN 8. PIERCE, 101) Broadway, ?orner Pine street, or addrea* JOHN MILLER, Proprietor. MOKT EAGLE HOUSE, AT SUSPENSION BRIDUE, Niagara, N. Y.--Tb.? elegant and commodious house, which ha* a full view ot the fall* of Niagara, I* now open for the reception of permanent and transient guests; sulphur baths In the house: parties can now encage board from ir 10 to ?16 per week. W. P. MUNKOK, 1'roprlotor. Mansion house, keyport. n. j., near the teamboat lauding, N. JOHNSON, Proprietor.?Communication twice a day with New York by fast aud convenient steamers from foot ot Barclay street. ORIENT POINT HOUSE, ORIENT POINT, L. I.-NOW open, extensively improved; situated on the extreme end of Long Island, fronting the Sound and Owner's ta>-; sea bathing, lishlng, drlv ng, Ac.; reached by steamer Eastern City, pur US East river; *ena for ciroultr; terms moderat#. M. B. PABSoNS. OTTAWA ROTKL, MONTREAL, CANADA?NEWLY furuikliri and recently enlarged; capacity 400 attests J the bs?t hotel In the Province. U. V. Burnett ha* bad jt) vears' experience a* a hotel Keeper In the city and State of New \ork. BUKNETT i HOYLE, Proprietors. Riverside house, Washington heights, foot of lf>*d stieet. A limited ntiml er of ueslraUo Rooms can be secured upon early application an above; tenns lrmdorate. Twelve train* each way dally, via iiu<l?on Rivor Kuli? road. t. M. HRITTON CO. SOUTH9IDE HOTEL OPEN FOR BOARDERS, AM ITS'vllle, L. I.: on the Great Sooth I'av I '? hour fro i New York , take SouthslJe Ral.rcad; good I sh'nj and boating. E. C. KING, Proprietor. OHERIDAN HOUSE, ELIZABETH. N. J.-Tills I arge O and beautiful hotel i* now open for the occonimudathin of permanent and transient quests. summer and winter. 'I he location l* splendid, furniture nt w, ?nd wine choice Roon s to be had by applying to OEOKGE H. ^nowhill, HeperIntondent. A good barber shop !u the hotel to let rl-a-onaWy O0UTH31DE HOTEL, OI'EN FOR BOARDERS. AMITY. O vllle. L. I.; on the Great South Hav. I '4 hour from New York; take Southsldo P.allroad; good flsnlng and boating. E. C. king, Proprietor. ST. MARK'S nOTEL, NEW BRIGHTON. STAT EN Island. 1 hi* fa\ orlle resort Is le w open. For accommodations apply at or address the hotel. DK CAMP .4 I t>I,E. I'r .prlctors. THE EQUINOX HOUSE. MANCHESTER, VT. HARlem trains 10:30 A. M., 3:43 P.M. A'iJt'ns by mail or. telegraph. K. U. OK VIS. The brighton hol'SE will BE OPENED FOR boarder* Julv i. Applications lor l ooms ea:i be mails at 20 West Thirty-second atreet. Rooms luige and slry. ttta8hinoton rock hotei., plainfieud n. j.-T T Pure mountain air, WiO feci elevation; view 50 miien ua MtSBt; Urge, shady grore, line drives, /4c.; only 1 '4 lionra from Liberty street; ooniitiinl table ami utteali ,a guaranteed. Circulars at 2oo Bruadwuy. JOIIN WOOD. Proprietor. Willow haven house, pamrapo, n. j., on Newark Bay. -Afew Room* can bs had on ImiaedU:* appllcalloo at premises. CITY REAL ESTATE PO? BALE. Kant A FOUR RTORT, LARuE SIZE fllOH S-TOOP, FI!TH avenue well built Dwelling lor ea e low. F<-r p&iiioulors and uuruiity apply to V. K. STEVENSON A SUN, 11 l'ine lit. W'l Bt Mlllil A CHANCE FOR SOMEBODY?FIVE 8TORV RroWN stone House In Seventeenth street, near Fifth nvtmue, In prime order, only <2n,trf)0, WARIi A OviUhN, t.roa'iwsy, coruor of Seventeenth St. a ?fifty-seventh street, nkar ninth aveJ\+ nun: high uround; no rock; rour l ul Lots evoet dlngly low. Af ply to V. K. j . S .ill n Irt ci. /"1ENTRAL AEENUK, RE LOW JEliOME PARK?ARC CT \J IBo City Lots, In one plot, for 1 asli, at $240, being less than half present prices elsewm 1*. STANLEY DAY, 111 Broadway. For sale, or would let, furnished three story House 67 Vent FortyPfih street, to a nice family, wbo will boarJ '.lirue adults in part payrae.it or rent. FOR SALE-ON FIrTY ^oft'TH STREET, RT'1 V? i^lfth and Slut!) avenues, a tl rer story frame House, with full lot: wlli bo ?<>m . Hni.p tr purchased imi ediately. Apply to MlfLLBR, W1LKINS Si. CO., No. 7 l'lim air.-ct. For sale at a bargain?house and lot, in West Tbirty-slxtii street; bouse In lirst rate order, with II modern Improvements, l'rlcn, wl'.',Ui!fl; umh ii,UuO, balance in 6 years. Address M. k B? Herald ottiee. For sale or to let?a three story build. In?, 2ti.4xltld deep, built on an entire lot. with lane store bulkIn/, suit \ do for any purpoi ", loca ion No. 107 Seventh avenue, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets. In ,ulre at 4H Broadway, In store. l/*or SALE?a NEW FIRST CLA.S8 FOUR STORY r brown stone House, on Columbia (lollace lease, on Fifty-first sire.et, between Fifth and Sixth avenues; price 928,bV0. AddtfSS L. A O., licruid ullite. ?joo west thirty-second street. ?four story brown atene House, 17x60x1(111; line order; every covenience and exee.ient location; very easy terms. Ap;s y on tlie premises, 10 owner. Gn t nn/\ WILL PURCHASE A SPLENDID FO' it t|> H .< MfU story Home; bent loentb n in Twi ilye flrei t: all improvements and in perfect order. Apply to owner, \> M, U. I'.LAUAN, No. 6 lieekmau btreut. ATiricelianeouK. XTT'W YORK CITY LOTS FOR SALE?N MA'? WAS". 11 Iiijjt'-n Heights, at bargains; dome suitable for imme IInte inwrovemunti; from one lot to twenty ; pi ice ironi .;>4(Jt> to $l,.:uO each; near lhe Boulevard. 1'OTTER BROTH ERR, No. C'4 Pino street. BROOli l;Y> rfi'A!> KiTA':"! A THREE STORY, BASEMENT AND flU -< > 1R brick House. in first rate order, all t'.ie modern improvements, li^ate 1 by slnam, with eiteusl c), 18 Adams street, lot lib leet deep; will bo sold cheap ; |)os?esnlo:i 1st ol August. Inquire in the store 222 Kultou stree t, Brooklyn. PROPERTY OUT OF TIUJ CITY FOR 8AM OK TO KENT. At tarrytown, on the Hudson.?For sale, splendid Budding Sites, within b short distance of the depot, eheipcr than those sold at auction; prices from $1,0.0 to iff.,' '0 per acre: b irrounueJ by first clans Improvements. AUn Cottages, w;th nice ,:nrdens, fruit and shade trees; prices from <3,(<0.1 upwards, according to location. Also first class Residences, from #!lii,000 to $160,000. l'artles desiring to purchase or hire, furnished or unfurnished, on the east bank ot the Hudson, betweeu thla city una Albany, will find full paitlculars and be shown personally the property by applying to S. KM HERSON, 421 Eighth avenue, between Thirty first and Thirty-second Btrcets, who Is Intimately ac]Uali:t?d with the valiw and location of most all the property on tbe liver bank and tne ;?;-rlor v? tho countiy, having made it a specialty for the past t?n vaST' \ GENTLEMAN'S RES?U^CB SALE AT A J\. great bargain?Situate between jlr'ultou *n(1 ,* ?"T5"' town, and in full view of the Hudson, and ? first class residences ; parlor, dining room, library Ulji* ler's pantry on first floor; five large bedrooms on seeon i floor ami five on third floor, with numerous closets, hot and cold water, bath, gas, Ac.; stable, carriage luu.se and gardener's cottage; there arc four or twelve acres of excellent land, with elegant fruit and shade trees In abundance; this property is oflercd at a treat deal below Its value and on easy terms; Immediate possession will be given. Apply to 8< EMBEKSON, 421 Eighth avenne. CHEAP HOME.?$2'i0~CASH AND~$li) MONTHLY, instead of tent. will buy House and full Lot. 5 minutes from depot, at Ellzabethport, N. J.: price !|?J0; an extra Lot If wanted. Also n w Houses, with one or more Lots, on payment of $200 cash and $20, $26, *3 ' and .>^5 monthly, Instead ol reut. Onlv 85 minutes from New York. ft. K. KELLOGG. No. 8 Broadway, New York, or Second street, Ellzabothport. A SPLENDID FARM OF UOO ACRES, IN PENNSYLvania, four hours from New York; 75acres under tine cultivation ; 2o acres woodland; onlv 4 >-j miles from large town ; good buildings, orchard, good water; only one mile from (ton, Post olllce, church, schools, Ac.; .erv healthy; price only $4,500. Terms, iLWiO rash, balan. e $xil) yearly. Address GEO. L. WALKER, Kant Streuds'ourg, Monroe county, Pa. A DESIRABLE COTTAGE, PARTIALLY FURNISHED, at Pleusanlvillo, on Harlem Railroad, not far from this cltv; contains seven rooms; garden, fruit trees, churches, schools; Immediate possession ; nine trains daily; rent ,fM; or for sale, $3,000. W. MYER, owner, No. 7 Warren street, room 7. All wanting fakms.--9,ooo acres.oooi) soil, mild climate; 34 miles south of Philadelphia; price only it-86 per acre; aluo improved Farm*. The ulace i? growing more rapidly than most any other place In the United State?: thousands are settling. Addrens C. K. LANlJliri, Vine' land, N. J. * COITN?R? Sfof IN |NOV TSH NEIGHBORHOOD, within ijre minute*' walk from depot, to let, with 1'roin five to ttfeht? ftcieiuf cround, coachman's house, barn and 11 necessary outSJiTla?fifjS. El spieuma ari^Cfi l>f? I* roorm, with all Improvements; ppe wr len, with veg?k??!?' ready tor me anil abundance of in ii(r?- **?.? . E. L. A K. T. BURNHAM, 619 Hudson street, Raw York. A CHANCE FOR SOME ONE.-15 ACRES, FINE house, barn, fruit and shaiie trees, ut Jamaica, l. I. Tiie late residence of Judge Moses D. Dale will be sold by LAWRENCE, OAKLEY 1 flbl'RY, at the Exchange sales1922}i HI Broadwar, Thursday, July 7, at 12 o'clock. For parDfiUlU* a?.p)j |S abofe, or to UKOKUU W. DIXOHBTT, No. 2 New Chamber!liroet, New York. URSDAT, JUNE 80, 1870. PKOFEHTY OUT OP TIIK CITY FOB HALE OH TO BENT. AN HI.D BRICK IIOCHK kuk BALK-ON CEDaR tia-ct. Tari vtown, joining Mr. Humphries', and known us the Hi.irk esUte ; lut Mi7U, and In mil view of the rtrer; price ?l,SuU; (Mill, bftlum enii mortimgs. __ r. EMBEBSON, 481 Eighth avenue, New York. A -NEW FRENCH ROOF COTTAQE8 TO LET OR * lur ante, at Kutherfuid Park, N. J. ;|terms to suit. TllOri. K. AOMhW, 800 Ureenwluh street, New York. AT >0 MINUTES FROM OJTY HALL-FURNISHED Country Places; boating, batbli.g, Hue gardous; %lu0 to per month; two or three mont'is. J. UfallKR SATTEKTHWAITE, lU Pine street. ADE81RALE, ELEGANT, BEAUTIJPULLY LOCATED, medium prlcrd Home, ?itb dwelling, subl>? and teuoea, modern and complvte, for sale aieeadMgly low; one acre; surroundings perfect', Passaic, overlooking and fronting river and but 8? minutes fruiu Wall street. V. K. BTBVKM80M A HON, 11 Hne street.^ AMAf.NIKICF.NT ESTATE, NEAR KASTON, Ml)., having upward* of 800 acres, all under cultivation, w.tu handsome rcslucnceand outbuilding*, will exchange for city property; pay difference In cash. MORRIS H. iiAEK, S8i? West 'i'nlitv-iourth street. COUNTRY 8BAT FOR RALE?FRONTING ON THE Bound, convenient to depot, on New Haven Railroad j gnnti buildings, choice fruit and shade; tin* battling and lishlag; very desirable location. 8. IKbLA.NL>, 1:01 Broadway. C^ASTLETOM HEIGHTS. 8. I.-FOR SALE, MODERV J House; green home: half acre; for health, view and surroundings unsurnusjed; eight minute* from uniting. COLLINS, S8 Pine street / 1GUNTRY PLACE rOB SALE?AT R08ELLE; JERSEY \ Central; largehouia, splendid order; 10 acres; fine orchard; apples, pears, all small trulti; Immediate possession; well stocked. Apply toTUOS. C. NABIf. 83 Pearl street IjlOR SALE-A FARM OF 10 ACRES, 16 MILES FROM 1 city; good buildings, fine orchard; price $4,WW. One of 60 acres, fS.&UI; one of 100 acres, *l i,iw; a great variety of first class places, Irom 9X0,100 to SUI.000. 8. IRELAND, Ml Broadway. IjlOR SALE?AT MADISON, N. J., A NEW COTTAOE. ' l'l moms, beautifully located, within live minutes of railroad station. Apply to J. A. WE&B, SSCU West sueet, Kew York. FjV>R SALE?A DELIGHTKUL SUMMER RESIDENCE ' and productive Farm of 230 acres, wall stocked, near market and railroads. D. H. CARPENTER, ColUnsville, Conn. FOR 6ALF.?10SH ACRES OF EXCELLENT LAND; abundance of Irult, all kinds; good <>ulidin*;s; 4)t miles from Morristown, N. J.; pilco ?h,00d; tsrraseasy. I). if. CuitLKV, 87 New Chambers street. IjlOR RENT OR BALE?AT ORANGE, A STYLISH r Houiie, 14 rooms; near depot; furnished or not; statde K'lrt two acres of land; reut low. No. 4 West Twenty-eighth street IjlOK SALE?SIX MILES KROM DELAWARE WATER 1 Gap, a Knrra; 40 urres, house, outt ulldinu'S, Ac.; 41.,?''0. eash <*l,. (0 balance easy; also one of acres, with buildings ; 11,*H), cash $1,000, balance easy. These places may do i'nr country residence* for small families of moderate means during trimmer itu i part ol' fall; situation very healthy; po?hesslOJl Immediately. Address It. T. WALTER, East Stroudsliarc. Monroe county, 1'a. TTIOR SALE?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION AND I with the furniture if desired, a beautiful Cottage at 'larryt wn, within ten minutes' walk of the boats or cars; on the Inst Door parlor, dining room, library aud hall, handsomely paln.ed )u fresco by C. W. Moller, Esq.. of 75 New suutft; bve bedrooms, besides kitchen, storerooms, Ac.; stable ;'or two horses, iron partition* racks and ma igers; carriage room and coachman** room; gas and gns fixtures throughout the whole house; range, heater, An.; n i e grounds, ail la lawn, of a.out half an acre; irait and sha-to trees. Price 0: 82,0" U cash, balance on mortgage, If desired. Aj'^ly to 8. I-.M/iKKSON, U1 Eighth avenue. IjlOR INVESTMENT?SEVEN ACRES LAND fV'*'; 15 minute*' walk ttom Worth Shorn ferry, Onely located, to close estate. DARKIM, 60 liroad street. /^REAT BARGAIN.?NEAT TWO STORY DOUBLE COT IT t;i c, tt;u Lots, facing two streets, bsautll u ly located; five Mill iite* lroui North till ore ferry; &3,U0u; church and school near. DARK1N, 60 broad street. Morbisto'.vn, n. j.-to bent, one kurnibhed una one uiifurnlched House, near to depot, complete, with water, gas and all modern improvement*. Adores* E. L. LOLNBBURY. Mountain retreat house, catskill, n. y.. is now open for the reception of guests. Those desiring room* addrcas K. C. UICK INnON. Proprietor, or KNOX, ths hatter, corner of Bioadway and Fulton street. Montrose station, orange, n. j.-bleoant complete (furulsbsd or unfurnished) Residence. water and gas throughout; grounds highly improved; near depot. I'hot nrrapbs iii. I particular* of HAMILTON & WALL1S, No. a NH ita.ii street, corner I'lue. Property in California for bale.-extensivu Ol'.ch and Mining Property m Nevada county. Cal., that It constantly linprOTlug In value, and at present bringing in a net cold re/nnuo ot per month. Two ueveiopeJ Gold Mine*, with uppliaiicei lor crushing and treating'30 ton* ul ore per day ; ore pay* o-'i per ton; total running expense* >7f>pcrday> Two hundred thousand acros of Laud In on* liodv, suitable for raining oranges. grapes, aimonds, I k*. Ac. A dre?s UEO. K. l'iliLLlIV, i) broad street, care F. B. Wallacs A Co. QOME VERY OOOD FARMS FOR SALK-TWO OF 3C |i iter's nrh, with stock, utensils and crop*. l|2,tHIQ and #3,(4*1 each ;<32 acr"?,|i?4.1HHI: s*Ai acres. H'i,U1 HI; W acies, f 1,8(0; C8 acre*. $ii,20U; 1-0 acre*. Terms flasv. D. HOLBROOK, Port Jervis, n. Y. OEA SIDE t'-OTTAQE, FRONTING ON THE SHREWSO hury river, IIvo minutes fioin steamboat laudiug. Iui^uire on hoard steamer Seabird, foot of Warren street. TO LET AT LONG BRANCH?THE UPPER PART OF the blinding No. 8 llcluihold's block, facing lb? Continental Hotel; fourf.ne ioor. a, with balcony front and rear; In the vary centre of fashion. Apply to A. L. ? < KKiLLS, Kirby's book store, 633 hroadway, or at Lone Branch. TO LET AT A VI P.V BKAMMMU RENT, A OOOD *l/e l House and b?rn, liable*. Ac., and lour acre* ol land, containing a line orchard: It Is situated within a villa.11 an hour's ride by New Haven Railroad from Now Vork; fi three minutes' walk from depot, near good boating and fishlug, and has a commanding view of Long Island an I the Sound. Apply to JACOB WELLS, 600 Broadway, New York( TO RENT?A FURNISHER HOUSE, AT MtAHOff, Connecticut; Harlem railroad; 13 rooms, wide h-ilis, piazzas; line old tree* ; mountain ?ir -. ?ni low. QKO C. WOODWARD, lul Broadway. TO REN!'?A LARGE NUMBER OF COUNTRY REST donees, convenient to citv. furnished andnn furnished; several with water lronts. Rents from $."00 to (S-J,00n. fcj. i BEL AN I>, 2U1 Broadway. Three elegant, new two story French roof Houses, North Shore, Staten Island; II to 13 rooms, wntei und gas; sevou to leu minutes from ferry; tfi.VKl to $7,MK1 term* easy. DAKR1N, 50 Broad street. rpHREE FURNISHED HOUSES-ONE LAROE, ELE. A gant; rear St. Mark's Hotel, New Brighton, S. I. i to lei chcap. Four unfurnished, to ijsl.nOO. COLLINS, 38 Pine street. K'RAIi I.STATi: TO H.XCll VN<JT% \ ?FOR SALE, 7M LEXINGTON AVENUP, OR WILI J\ . exchange for a lot of Ground; this > i-uo of tho bea tmM houses up town; aiao one on Fifty-fourth street, na*i Fifth avenue. "|)Y O. O. BENNET, B7 CEDAR ST.-9 FIRST CLASS I) tesidences In thia city, various locations, to exchange for lot?. tenement houses, Brooklyn or suburban property on a c ish bafts. Fine residence ami ten ncrcs, highly improved at Mslno Park, New Jersey, for a residence near Prospsc I'ark, Brooklyn. Tenement house, well rented, on Houstoi St., prlre $14,000, and cash for n private residence near 2d av below 2Uth st. Nyack, on the Hudson, a specialty. Diamonds "and gold watches given in ex chance for city Improved Property, and Hudson City, N .T., Lots given for Grocery, Liquor or Drug Store wortl $. > i.OU to $10,000. Arply to CORiHERE A CO., 1(16 Broad way. F^OR SALE OB EXCHANGE?A FARM : 10 ACRES 01 valuable land, nil under cultivation ; house, barn, crops horses, cows, wagons aud fanning u'enstls; one mile Iron depot. Apply to P. GAFFN liY, ? .1 . n . ; -wcry. F" OR EXCHANGE?THTI EQUITY IN bOMB I AS New York home for a farm or other country property, Principals aud no agents, with particulars, address FOOT Ilcralu office. FOR~8ALE OR EXCIIANGE FOR MERCH ANDISE Farm of 80 acres, West held, N. J., $15,0110; Farm of BO acres, Hollirook, I,. I., $40 per acre; 2,200 acres, heavily tim bared, in Georgia, $2 per acre. Apply to J. b. CARBERRY 87 l'carl street. IpOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR REAL ESTATE OI ' mortgages in Brooklyn or New York, the sldewhee steamboat JAS. A. STEVENS, 106 feet long, 23 feet beam, feet deep; engine ?8 Inches, 8 foot stroke; good boilers; cop Sered aud copper fastened and in first rate order. Addrss Wll.V It. C< iKWIN, box S0H Newborn Pott o Ixu, N. Y. House" wanted?in new york, to exciiangi for about B2 Lots in a good location, near Union Hill N. J., 20 minutes from Forty second street feiry, and abou 88,00O cash. Inquire at WM. H. SCHMIDT'S land olllee Bergenwood avenue, near West New York. Agon Is plea* i notice. REAL ESTATE WANTEP. "1 101'SE WANTED.?A LARGE TWO STORY BRICK J I or three story brick or brown stone, between Thirty fourth and Eighty-sixth streets, or in convenient distance ii i I i.:;>ol;lyn or Jersey City. Anyone having such a house ti rr;f cBfap Icr cash will please address, Btatiny price, terms Ac"., ra-M. b<?? lao - -* ~ - , j- 5, j ri IO EXCHANGr!--?^'A 'FARM OF FROM Ifi TO 3 X acr^i In New Jersey, t|[6 Block, Fixtur?! ftod Oood Wll of a Hosiery and Gents' Furujfhjuj Store of 2b vesrs' stand Inu, on public thoroughfare of tufa CJiy'i Address B. S Herald oilice, stating size and location 01 1 aQj# _ Wr ANTED?A FARM, WORTH FROM $20,000ToJSJI.MKI It In exchange for the equity in improved suburban Prop orty. Address FARM EH, box 162 Herald olllee. TIT ANTED?A FARM OR BUSINESS IN EXCHANGl T ? for city properly renting for $H01 per year; tnortgag $2,000; due In six years. Address, with full particular! BROADWAY, Herald oilice. | INSTRUCTION. A YOUNG LADY WOULD EXCHANGE LESSONS II French and German languages. Instrumental and roc? music for a good home; city or country; Newport or Lon 1 Branch preferred. Address E. U. M-- l'cnd's music store 6-17 Broadway. A YOUNG LADY, WELL QUALIFIED AND ACCUS tomed to teaching, having taught two years in a Wes' oru city, desires a change of location; can teach well Latli ! French and uermuil, Willi me nijjne? r.ii(;uhu nrancuei ^jmniih, If tle?lred. Good references k'and requirei Addieu, Hating term*, TEACHk 11, bucksport, Main?. OT. JOSEPH'S ACADBMT FOR YOUNG LADIES IO Flushing, L. f., offer* superior advantages for the acqu ! ?iti'-n of a refined an<l sy!ul education. Term< mouerat( ; For further parttoulara apply at the Academy, " lifARHLK MANTELS. Marble and makbleized mantels, ?rave itooox, TIlM, Table and Plumbers' Slabs. Nownhov i rooms, with finest aksortmcnt of M>mtel*. Prices reduced. I a. kla bhr, EM and 136 East Eighteenthgg MAu?J'EXJ?0 SI.ATE JiNTElLs.^RiCH AND KLI saut iluauii' Trwi t(!#i $12, $15 up to $iW. T. B 8TE\VART A CO., 606 tvfuuo, between f hlrty-UftU am Xlilit;-(izU> aUeeti. *??*.?_ _ ? ^ t^tn ? SKLABER A co., MARBLE works, WES , Fifty-first treat, between broadway aud Eighth av< nue.?Maibie mil Marblnued Mantels, Monuments, Ueac stone*, of superior wtarkmwrtlp, cheauett Id the cltr. ? bai^at^ auction. ^ A By salesrooms Noe. W ( h u ?i!*rJ "d 77 ?**?e ?treet; art galleries Nos. ?I7 and II hi? Broadway, eouthwest corner of Twelfth street, ua Thors- F JolMirialn^' mulogit June ft) and JuJjrl, at IX o'clock ?.,8.pa^'*1 ?*!f !* l>''h C,M* Footing*, the private collao- ] tiou of a well-knowu counoisrcur tioli.g abroad, comprising I iimny r-lnuljle works by celebrate J ana favorite European a and Auiencau artut*. 1 ... Also, i by order of John Sedgwick, epeclal receiver, a number of flue huropean Fixtures, to be sold without reserve. Com- i i)i med In ttiii collection are the workiof. viz.! Meyrrheim, Noteriuan, Morvilller, c sassw Kmeti, He In tens, Bpanaler, XanKuyk, O. Webber, Thl bot, Kawaateg, Sail Fsvier, 1 a.k.i ait, W. L Marple, Naur, , Deshaves, V. Lafere, Culverhouse, Leon Pa,ie, Banney, N. i uih, II. A. Young, N. Calyo, Pyne, I. Hoi barton, Wiggins, Marikall, ' La'rolx, Tldeman, and other* equally celebrated. Now on exhibition aa above. ' Free day and evening. Allen b. miner, acctionker. * By IIE.NKV II. LEEDH A MINER, . un TH' rsdav, JUNE 80, ' at 10 Jtf o'clock, at the pri.&te residence IS Seventh a ran u a, one ilonr from Twelfth street. GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. VIZ: Velvet. BrtmteU and Ingrain Carpets; black walnut eiten- < slon lMnlug Table, blank walnut and oak cane seat Ohalra, inaho, any Sideboard, l.ngravlnus, m l frame Mirrora, China, ' Ciockerv and Olasaware, Silver-plate l Ware, Cutlery, Ac.; black walnut snd mahogany Kedatesda, Hair Mattreasea, Sheets, Tablecloths. Holsters and Plllowa, Blankets, black wa.nut marble lop Wa?hstands. rosewood Wasbstands, black ' walnut Hall Stand, Oilcloths. Window Hhades, black walnut Suite, In crlmaon rape; mahogany Bookers, In haircloth, Ac., Ac. Allen b. miner, auctioneer. ; By I1ENB i II. LKF.DS, A MINER, 1 On Friday, July 1, at 10X o'clock, on the premisea No. fl Uulon square, east, between Mlxteenth and Seventeenth streets, Restaurant and Bar Fixtures. The entire 8tock and Fixtures of the above Restaurant, recently fitted up aew, comprising Bar, aix Draft Ale Pumpe, Tablaa, Chairs, Forcelain and Glaaaware, Slver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Monetise d ...... ?.i u Hr.iiii r <inlv thror months In use. Ice Boxes and oilier artic.es iucideutat to a first class restaurant. Terms cash. Bale without reserve. Allen b. miner. auctionebb. bv henry h. leeds * miner. On Raturday, July S, 1870, at 1UH o'clock, at thslr salesrooms. 05 Cham>>ers and 77 Read* street, a large assortment or Household Furniture, Mirrors, Pianos, Ac. Full particulars hereafter. Auction notice. this day (thursday), at 11 o'clock, THIRTY-THIRD REGULAR SPRING SALE of LADIES,' missus', MEN'S AND BOYS' TRIMMED AND UNTKIMMEO STRAW GOODS, 400 CASKS FRESH AND DESIRABLE OOODS. DIRECT FROM EASTERN AND CITY MANUFACTURERS, Including AN EXTRA AND ATTRACTIVE LINE OF 200 CASES MEN'S AND BOYSPANAMA. LEGHORN AND 8TRAW UATS. Catalogue! and goods now resdv. WM. TOPPING A CO.. Auctioneers, 138 Church street. Arch, Johnston, auctioneer. An elegant <lotil>le action Harp, ma e by Erar<l, of London ; In perfect order; will he sold by JOHNSTON A VAN TAfWELL. on Friday. July 1, at 12 o'clock, at their salesroom, 37 Nassau street. Now uu exhibition. Arch, johnston, auctioneer. Office and sales room 37 N?stu street, opposite t ie Post ullice. Superb European und American Chromos, to be sold bv johnston 4 van tasselt,, by order of thn Importers, to move lar ;e lines of surplus stock, on this day (Both). at 11 o'clock, ai their salesroom. 87 Nassau street. Part of the Chroinos are mounted In gilt and velvet frames, grotesque carved walnut do., and others In plain, gilt and enamelled do. The subjects are oopies of the choicest European and well known Americana rtlsts. A?BENJAMIN P. FAIRCHILD, AUCTIONEER. Br V. K. BTBVENSUN, BON A CO., Auctioneers and Real Kstate Brokers, office 11 Pine strew, Will sell by public auctiOD, THURSDAY. JULY 7, At 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, U1 Broadway, Bnpreme Court Sale of Grand Boulevard Lots, In the Twelfth ward of the city of New York, under the dl rection of James Butts Metcalr, Esq., referee, IB very valuable lo s, each iSilIK) feet: four on the Grand Boulevard, ISO feet wide and graded, and eleven on 143d street, all overlooking the Hudsou, and but IK mlnntes by Hudson River cars. Maps and lull particulars at the office. Auction notioe.-large sale, this (Thursilay). 118 West Twenty seventh street, near Sixth av. LUKE FIlKGKKALD, Auctioneer, will tell this (Thursday) cotmnenciut; at 1UM o'clock, all the elegant, costly Furniture contained in the abova residence, consisting of rosewood Pianolote, Parlor Suits covered In brocatel ami silk reps; Centre Tables, Turkish Chairs, PaintIngs, Bronzes, Ornaments, Curtains, Carpets. Mirrors, Ac. Dining Room Furniture?Chairs, Extension Table, Buffet, I (.lnsswaia, Dinner and Tea Sets; 8llvrrplated Ware, Knives, Forks, hpoona, Ice Pitchers and other articles. Bedroom ; Furniture?Rosewood and walnut Sets, single and double Be 'steads; over '-'0 Curled Hair Beds, Spring Beds, Carpets, Curtains, Sheets, Pillows, Ac. Also Kitchen and Basement Furniture, In all, 401) lou userui nousenoia ruruuurs. Auction sale.?t. m. taylor, auctioneer. MagnlCcent Household Furniture, furnished at a ooat of ip^o.O JO. i 60) lots by catalogue. A rare chance for housekeepers. | Drawing Room Suits, Pianoforte, hron/.ei, Fainting*, Statuary, ' On this day (Thursday), at the elegant mansion 57 West J*ittoci.th street, between Fifth and Blxth avenue*, saie commencing at 10 5$ o'clock. . Drawing Room Furniture, covered hrocatel. richest description ; rosewood Pianoforte. PtTgeres, Secretaire Bookcase, Kn-ol nures, marqu teilo Cibines, Tables. Canterbury; Medallion, Velvet Carpet!; hrocatel. lace OortHMI Chandeliers, ; Palming* by eminent artlitu bronie Clock, Mirrors, rosewo'id, walnut Bureaus, Bedsteads, Wardrobe*. Mattresses, Counterpane", Extension Tab'e, Sideboard, China ware, Silverware, Cutlery, olassware basement, kitchen Furniture; > Furniture servants' apartments. Sale peremptory. Catalogues at the bouse. A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR HOUSEKEEPERS, Hotel keepers and the Trade. Over 8uo lots and over *2i',000 worth ' elegant Household Furniture, Painting, Bronzes, at I'ublic Auction, to the highest bidder*. en tlii* day (THURSDAY), June 80. at lOJtf o'clock, at the large live story residence, 12 Tenth itreet, between Broadway and Fifth avenue, near Fifth avenue. r Matnlticent four round cornered rosewood 7V octave i Pianoforte; eight rich Parlor Suits, covered with brocatel, striped and plain reps and hair cloth; pier and oval Mirrors; brocatel. reps and lace Curtains; magnificent Oil Paintings; Bronzes, French Clocks, Vases, Statuary, Cabinets, hols us roan htafcercs. Tables, Bookcase, Writing Desk; 1& rosewood mid walnut Chamber Suits; Mattresses. Bedding, Sofas, < lours, Lounges, Sideboard, Extension Table, Dining Chair*; class, China and Silver Wsre, Cutlery, Ac. Reliable men In attendance to cart or pack goods tor purchasers at reasonable charge*. EDWIN NICHOLS, Auctioneer. A UCTION.-J. CAMPBELL, JR., WILL SELL TO-MOR. J\ row, Friday, the Stock, F ixtures. Valuable Lease, Ac., of the well known letter office, stationery and fancy store, 7# Itleecker htreet. near Broadway; privately offered this . (lay ch ap. CAMPfii.LL k CO., Auctioneer*, 360 Bowery. | A ARDN CRISTA LA R A CO., AUCTIONEERS AND j\. Commission Merchants, oiler ?t private sale, at S3 per 1 cent below wholesale prices, on which they are constantly " making cash a Ivance*. new und second band TA 1(1.OK, < HAM ciKK, LIBRARY AM) DINING BOOM ' FURNI1URE; WANOFORTBS, GROANS, CARl'il'i'B, MIRRORS, AC., Ao. ?TRADE BALK WATCHES, JEWELRY. DIAMONDS. . A. M. CRISl'ALAR, Auctioneer, will ell, at 59N Broad* wny, near Houston street, Friday, July 1, at ll'Jtf o'clock, a law invoice or Gold anil hilvor \\ atohos, Diamonds, let and loose; Gold Jewelry, Plated Ware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, 11 Ac. 1'he trade and publio Invited. 1 A ARON CRISTALAR A CO., AUCTIONEERS -WILL A sell on Friday, July I, at lOitf o'clock, the handsome . Wine Room called the Blossom, on new Church street, near r Cortlaiidt, together with a two years' Lease; rent only Us85 per month ; it Is handsomely fitted up nnd doing a fair busi> m-HS. '1 o bo sold in one lot, without reserve, as owner leaves Immediately tor his country place. i 1JENJAMIN F. FAIRCHILD, Ji Auctioneer. Executors' sale of Elegant and Costly Furniture belonging ' to the estate of 'i'arr int Putnam, deceased. Will be aoid at public auction, on 'Ihurxday, June SO, at 10 , A. M ., at the private residence, No. 315 Madison avenue, cor ner Forty-second street, all of the elegant Furniture con1 tamed in said house, consisting in part of rosewood Piano, Onnolu and Gilt X'arlor Suit, In blue satin brocatel; Console " Tables, I'ier an 1 Mantel Mlrrois, rosewood and black walnut Bedroom Siglu, line curled Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds and Bedding, black walnut Dining room Furniture, Marble 3 Top Buffet, black walnut Extension Table, black walnut , Dining Room Chairs. China Dinner and Tea Sets, Glaaat ware; Axminiter. Velvet, Medallion and Brussels Carpets, , blai kwatnut Marble Top .llatstund, Refrigerator, Oilcloth, a Kitchen Utensils, Ac. BY J. W. CAMPBELL, JR-, AUCTIONEER. CAMPBELL A CO. will sell, this day, commencing at 10>l o'clock, at 88 Maiden lane, near Uolri street, to close business for mortgagee, all awl eqtiift Ute Barivmn* Fixtures, Furniture, of 'hill first eiais Restaurant, Lunch Rooms, Barroom ana Hotel, comprising a gensral assorti tnent of very desirable Good* appertaining sua belonging to 1 such an stablishmenl, vl*.Fine Bar. Lunch and Oyster ? marlile top Counters, walnut and other Tables, Chairs, large French plftl? Mlrrorp, Xu Boxes, Engravings, Bar Furniture, 0 C'.'.tl'fyr ?'a!? fW Snrer Plated Ware.Hne French Ranges, 1 Kitchen Utensili, Fuiuitttfe, 4?; j Bt'ipom and Dlplpg Room Furniture; a,so sell va.dame Lease of Premises. Cuta.ogue early at salo, comprising some 'JW lots. Goods to be Immediately removed. No postponement. Speculators! dealers, buyers, specially invited. By order mortgagee. ^^MPBELL A CO., Auctioneers. BY MAX BAYERSDORFER, AUCTIONEER.?SELLS this day, commencing at 10 o'clock precisely, fio2 (,'reen3 fetch street, corner Chariton, that first class Liquor Store e known as the Inman House: a!l and emlre the Stock, Fixi, tines, Furniture, viz.: fine Counter, Sheluing, four pull rosewood English Ale Pump, Engravings, Glassware, Ac.; : Barrel* of Assorted Liquor*. AIns, Wines. Hrnn>!lus, Ulns, Scutch, Rye and Bourbon Whiskey*. Will also soil fouryears lease of premlsef. This Is one of the best lienor stores fn the j Eolith ward. Rare chance for liquor men, speculators anil others. Positive "tie i no reserve. WAX IIAYT.RSDORFER'B, J4 Office and salesroom B? Third avenue. BY MAX BAYERSDORFKR, AUCTIONEER?SELLS, 2 o'clock, 78 Third street. Block and Fixture* of Grocery T and Confectionery Store, in lots. Dealers Invited. I* -max HA kERSDORFER's Salesroom, K7 Third av. By e7mchols, auctioneer.?th fs" (th (Trsday) afternoon, at 1 )j o'clock, 'large Household Furniture sale, at the residence of Joseph Rledel, Esq., No. 2 West f Tenth street, a few df>or? from l-'lfth avenue, v elvet, Brussels Carpets, Curtains, Mirrors, i'atntings, Hronzes, rosewood ,* Pianoforte, Parlor Bulls, Turkish Chairs, Lounges, Bedheads, Bureaus, Washstands, Mattresses, 1!adding, Dining Furniture, Ac. By f. b^to*, auctioneer,-the sale of furnlture thai was to have taken place to-morrow (Friday), July 1, is postponed uutil further notice. r -n ~~ FARMER, AUCTIONEER-WILL SELLllfiS DAY, J j. at ! o'clock, at 444 Canal street, a large assortment of Furniture, consisting of Parlor and Chamber Suits, BuF reaits, Bedstead*. Sola Beds, Chair*. Tables, Wardrobes, Uccikcfisos, Lounge Bed*, Looking Glasses, Tapestry and ^ inurmi?. 'WMUi Oilcloth*, Matting, Bed* and Bedding. Mat1 tresses, 6a. Refrigerators, Store*, *?' I *1*0 nxanogany Piano, octave, - in good order. * *' ' T?OR BALE?AT AUCTION?20u8KHOLS furnil J1 ture, consisting of Parlor Chairs, Carpets and Bedroom Seta, at to West Twelfth street, at 10 o'clock. HAtKM AT AUCTION. "IKORQE J. RMITII, AUCTIOWERIl_?Y VTKTUR Of J an laeulloii, will Mil without res?rre, on iliuretaj l?n h tii of June, at II o'clock forenoon, iJU barrel* Ural otaM ' 'lour, In (root of 1MJ3 Weat draft. [TBNRY DRKHKR * IIOPHON, AUtTIONKRRS.l l Marabal'a aalu, on Friday, July 1, at lOfcj o'olnak, at IV lowery, 18 Unit hail and unfinished plat* clan SliowCaaes: >lao a lot of ( rockery and Olaasware, SI barrala assorted <lqu(^r*, empty Casks, Ac. By ordar of C11 Kits. FLKCK.K. r 8. WF.INBP.RUER, AUCTIONEER.?AUCTION 8 A LB I# of Household Furniture. Carpet*. Mirror*, Piano*, As. I. HKKMAN t OO. will if 11 thla day Thursday, June *1, at It t'clock, the eotlre Furniture left at the private reaidenoe MT East Tenth street, visVelret, Braanela and other Carpets. Parlor Suits, Kitchen, Pining Room and Bedroom Furnt? lire, Mirrors, Clocks, a large lot of China ware and mil other furniture In said houie; also ona One rosewool seren ooavo llano; alao one small Iron Safe. Bale positive. TAMES AtlAR, AlICTIONEER- WILL SELL, THIS t day, at ?J Kaat l'.roadwav, at 10)* o'clock, one Parlor Suit, black walnut Bedstead, Feather Bed, marble tup Centra fable, Bureaus, utorea, Kitchen Furniture, Refrigerator. JACOB BOO ART, AUCTIONEER. Mortgage Sale. Friday, July 1, at 10 o'clock, at No. SO East Ninth strral, coaches (nearly new), Horses, Harness, Ac. H. B. FKRQU8QN, Attorney for Mortgagee. JACOB BOOART, AUCTIONEER. Mortgage sale?Wearing Establishment. Frldav. Julv I. at 11 o'clock, at No. 538 West Forty-flfth itreet, second floor, (even Power Looms, with Shafting, Pulleytand WaruinnSpools, pertaining thereto; one warping Machine, one winding Machine, and all other Tools, Ma:htnery and Fixture* contained in the abort factor; or wear- v lug (hop, RUDOLPH F. BABE. Attorney for HurttaiH. Office Wo. Chambers str?4. JACOB BOOABT, At'CTIONEER. Saturday, July 9, at 10)4 o'clock, at the auotloo room*, No. 1 North WUUmb street, Large aale Household Furniture, Pianos, OarpuU, Mirror*, Paintings, Ac. JACOB BOOART, AUCTIONB8R. Mortgage sale of Restaurant. Thursday, June W, at 11 o'clock, at southwest corner of Br i ad way and Lmpenard street, bsseiuent, the effect* of a first clans Restaurant; Bar Counter and Bar Fixtures, Or iter Courier. liUck walnut Tables, Chairs, silver plated Wan, Crockery an I Ulats Ware, Mirrors, Tumblers, Table Cutlery, Range, Cooking Utnnsllt, Ciook, Oilcloth, Gaa Fixtures, to- f gethsr with Are rears' Lease of tho premises at a low rant. ISAAC HKYMAN, Attorney for Mortgage*. JAMES CAONEY, AT CTIONF.ER AND REAL ESTATE Afoi. office Sit Washington street - Peremptory and o iKltive sale this day. at lilH o'clock, the prominent corner Liquor Store and popular rendezvous known as the Oxford Hound, corner of Charlton and Washington streets; elegantly * and uea'lv titled up; eleeant English pump, ban, AO.: will also sell the Stock and the long Lease of entire house. Speculator* should not fall to attend, as the entire mutt be sold, no matter what sacrll.ce, as the owner it wholly uuable to attend to business. Will sell In one lot If deelred. JOSEPH SHONOOOD, AUCTIONEER-WILL SELL today (Thursday) June 80, at 10)< o'clock A. M., lot of Carpets of a private family, at the sales-room, No. 671 Eighth arenue. Dealers lnrlied. JOBEPH HEOEMAN A CO.?FRIDAY, JULY 1, AT M A. M., at the salesroom, WUloughbv street, corner Pearl, Brooklyn -A large assortment of good Parlor, Chamber and * Dialog Room Furniture, Mirrors. Mattresses, Kaucr Ooods, Velvet and other Carpets; rosewood Piano, Ac.; also 1,000 pounds of Paint. IIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON ALL DBJ scrlptlons of merchandise; custom duties paid on goods In bond, and the ram? taken for ssJu < n commission. Terms liberal. AAKON CKISTALAR A CO., Auctioneers, 46# Broadway. MYER ELSAS, AUCTIONEER, SELLS THIS DAY AT one o'clock, at 'JGl Delancey street, the Furniture of repairing shop; alto a Work Bench, Tools and Handoart. Sale In lots. Dealers, attend. MARSHAL'S SALE.?MYER ELSA8, AUCTIONEER, will tell this day at II o'clock, at 471 Elghta arenue. the entite Stock and Furniture of a millinery and fancy goods store; also two year-.' Lease of the store. By order of LD. KINDSKOl'F, Marshal. Mortgage sale?roday s. brabsel, auction- ' cer, will sell this day, at 11 o'olock, at 143 Fulton street, ' ' th, rtvturna nt m. first class Dining Saloon. H. P. KERGUSOfT, Attorney for Mortgagee. PUBLIC NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN BY THE COMmlsslor.ers of the Sinking Fund of the citr of New York, that pursuant to tbe provisions of the act entitled "An act to authorize the construction of a railroad in 106th street, and In certain other ttreeti and avenues in the city of New York,** paiied April 38,1870. they will tell at public auction, in the liovernors Room or the City Halt, in said city, on Monday, July 18, 18711, at IS M., to tho highest bidder for tbe Mine, the rt^fit, privilege and franohlse to construct, operate by aninval power and tue a railroad with a single or double tract aa hereinafter provided, aud to convey passenger* thereon for oompeniation, through, upon and along the following streets or avenues, route or routes, In tbe city of New York, vizCommencing on the North or Hudion river, at tbe foot of 13uth strait, thence through and alonx 130th stieet, with a double track, to Manhattan strt-et: thence throuah and along Manhattan street, with a double track, to lSHh street; thence through and along 126th street, with a double track, to the East or Hariem river; also fiom 126th street, thence through and along tbe Third avenue, with a double tiaok, to tbe Harlem bridge; aleo from the Third avenue, tbenoe through and along 130th street, with a double track, to the Harlem river; also irom 186th street at its Intersection with Tenth avenue; thence northerly, through and along the Tenth avenue, wltb a double track, to the terminus of said Tenth avenue, together with the necessary connections, turnouts and switches for the proper working and accommodation of the said railroad, on the said streets or avenues, route or routes, said road to be completed within two years frum tbe passage of said act, except upon nnd along Tenth Avenue, and upon and along said avenue as fast as the same snail be opened, graded and paved, from liSth street. Such sale will be conducted In the ordinary manner of sales at auction, and tbe person or corporation who shall offer to pay into tbe city treasury tbe largest sura of money for such right, privilege or franchise shall receive from said Commissioners a certiiicate that he or they Is or are entlt.et to such grant, and are authorized to construct, operate and tuM the same In accordance with the provisions of the said act. such certificates to be issued on tbe payment, within tea days, luto the city treasury of tbe amount of tbe bid and of the elocution of a bond to the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the city of New York, in the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand dollar*, in two flood and sufficient sureties, to be approved by tbe Comptrolor of sit id city, conditioned that the person or corporation rocclvmtt such certificate shall within two years finish and complete sai l road aud equip the same with the requisite number 01 cnrj anil UUrhfcB, imccjii hidiij icuui muun no nunwa. but should he or they be restrained or prevented by any leak) proceeding* from completing and constructing tbe ume, the time lor which they are ?o restrained shall not be deemed 01 taken to be part or tbe time witbln wblcb tbe tame it to be com uieied. But the Commissioners of tbe Sinking Fund are authorized and reserve tbe right to reject any bid, If In theti juaginent it li for tbe intereat of the city that they should da ao. aud offer the tranchlse for *ale again. A copy of the act of the Legislature under which the sale Is to be made can be Jrocured at tbe Finance Department Dated New York, une 1. 1870. A. OAKEY HALLi, Mayor. RICHARD B. CONNOLLY, Comptroller. JOHN J. BRADLEY, Chamberlain. JOHN K. HACKETT, Recorder. JOHN MOOKE, Chairman Kluanoe Committee, Board of AWermen. . NICHOLAS HAUGHTON. Chairman Finance Committee, Board of Assistant Aldermen. Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. PAWNBROKER'S SALE. Watches and Jewelry, R. FIELD, Auctioneer. 135 Chatham street, will sell ? this day, at 11 o'clock, 500 lots of gold and silver Hunting and Open Face Watches. Diamond and Gold Jewel re, Kins, Klti(i*, Earrings, Bracelet?, Necklaces. Gull (JuarJ, rob and Vest Chains, Ac. Also Guns and Pistols, Mu'lcai aud Mathematical Instruments, Ac. By order ,of SIMPSON, S0MER3 A CO., 25 Chatham street. j PAWNBROKER'S-SALE?THIS DAY, JAMES AGAR, Auctioneer, will sell, at 69 New Bowery, at 11 o'clock. COO Igts Dresses, Shawls, Sacks, Sheets, Spreads, Table Linen, Coats, Pants, Vests. By order of M. Riualdo, 100 Catha- , rlne street. SHERIFF'S PALE.-RODAYI?. BRASSEL, AfCIIONO eer, will sell this day, at 11 o'clock, at 142 Fulton street, the Stock and Fixtures or a first class Dining Saloon. JAM KM O'RKfRN. Sheriff. Piteh MoKnioht, Deputy. QH KHIKF'S SAI7KT-R()DAY B. BRASSEL, AUCTIOND ecr, will sell this day, at 11 o'clock, at 836 Third avenue, the Stock of a Grocery and Tea Store. * JAMES O'BRIEN, Sheriff. J. SEKBAOHKR, Deputy. J Sheriff's hale. KODAY P. BRASSEL, Auctioneer, will fell, this diy, at 11 o'clock, at 460 I'earl street, Ursa quantity of Nails ail J una barre l Oil. JAMi.S O'BRIEN, Sheriff. 9 J. SuftuAOiUtit, Deputy. Thomas smith, jr.. auctioneer, sells this day, at 10 o'clock, at 142 Orenard street, entire contents of a liroccry, positively, In loti, comprising Futures and quite an assortment of Groceries. Dealers, buyers Invited. r, WILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTION EER-OFFICE N6T*? City Hall place, New York, will sell on Thursday. SCtn Inst., at 1(1 K o'clock, the Stock and Futures of the Liquor Store at No. 66 Orand street, Williamsburg?French Flat* Mirrors. Beer Pumps, a large quantity of Chairs and Tables, Glassware, Fancy Bottles, with a good assorted Stock of Liquors, Ac. WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER, SELLS THIS DAY, AT 2 o'clock, at 464 Canal street. 8 larlor Suits, Pier and Mantle Mirrors, Curtains, 8d ?! 10 second hand Carpets. OH Cloths, black walnut, mahogany and enameled Chamber Suits: hair find other Mattresses, Bedding, China. Glass, atjvel. Loudkps Wardrobes, Bookcases, Easy, Rocking ana other CsSr: O?0f?uDtn'n? Tables ; besk.,8h?ir Cases, Counters, Cmk.',* 1 JFjtf variety Pianos, Ac. M. ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER, fO, ? Cl'rf"TTAL?? place-Sells on Friday, 1st of July, ii II Pfjock, tb* Stock and Fixtures of Grocerv Store corner of ClMM* and Greene avenues, Brooklyn, couststlng of variety or ctiolca and select Crocerles, Counters and Shelving, Showcase Scales and Measures; good Horse and excellent Grocery Wagon; also good Road Wagon. M~~WITTERsi AUCTIONEER?SELLS THIS DAT, Thursday, at 10 M o'clock, at the old established photo* graph gallery of Mrs. Moore, at 421 Canal street, the entire Apparatus, Cameras, Chemicals, Baths, Screens, Counter and outside cases, Frames. Signs, Including everything uiually required for the conducting a tlrst class gallery, together with about 6.U00 negatives. Also all the Household Furniture, consisting In part of French Plate Mirrors, rosewood Pianoforte, < Tapestry and other Carpets, Sofas, Chairs, tables. Bureau, * Washstand, about fi<J0 fine Photographs, Ambrotypes, Engravings and Oil Paintings in rich frames. EXPRESSES. AF. G. BURNHAM'S FURNITURE AND BAGGAGE Exnre?s, 115 West Eleventh street, near Sixth avenue. ?Furniture moved, city or country. Furniture, Piano* packed, shipped, stored. Money advanced, LEGAL. NOTICES. ~ Vtotice. 1.1 M. K. Jessup et a1. vs. the Wilmington and Manchester Hallroa i 1,'orripaiiy et ml*. Pursuant to an order of the Superior Court of New Hanover county. N. C? made In the abore entitled cause at the Spring Term, 1870, on presentation at the olllce of CRONLY A MuKRIS, In tills city, I will pay to the holders of Ihe first preferred >' bonds, secured bv the morti;*** made by the defendant, the said Wl.minuton and Manchester Railroad Company, to th? plaintiff, M.K. Jesup. who bare not already received tha same, a per centaur of $80 73 on antd bonds and Accrued Interest on the suine, being dividend for distribution, as ator?. f said, from net sales of that portion of the railroad and other property covered by said mortgage, which was la the State ?C Ncrth Carolina. m In further obedience to the order made as aforesaid, I hereby notify all hotUeis of the bonds above referred to that ua* | le?s the same are presented tome ns above for payment of the dividend above stated on or before the First day of September, 1870, hey will be forever debarred of any participation In the stld fund In my hands for distribution as aforesaid. t II. CR0.HL7, Commissioner aud Referee. Wiljhnutow, N. Cm May IS, Mi).