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CITY BKAL BSTAT* POI SAUL _ t tut Mdf. A VERY DPdHRARLR TKRF.MF.NT PROPERTY IN J\ Attorney etreet, eons linn "f ? six Story trick Hum KxW. and > fwn story brick tu rru, 16130, lot 26xlo.i, rented tor $3,tot) yearly. Terms eaah JOHN 8. PIEBCE, 108 Broadwsy. A BEAUTIFUL HorSK AND LOT IN HARLEM FOR *6 AM; alio 2 Lot* west ol Thirtv-utnth street, ?7.l*K?; 4 Plots At Bldgeneld Park, N. J , 'd?n * III; bargain. h. W. BALL, atfS Broadway. A -FOR SALE, ON SECOND AVlCNUE, NKAR TWENJt. ty r?i strorl. throe story brick House, jt 1 0x30; this property is very ueetiable aud must be sold to emae an ealate. ooty gla.lk'o. W AltD 4 oodtn, Broadway, corner Seventeenth street DOR 8AL< 1*1 LOTS. WITH OR WITHOUT KUILDf Inge on Ugii ground n- ar lri&th a re t. or svl.l exchange lor leweaien 1 properly. Ad drew l U I' RCH, Herald olUce. R rM nulri A BOUT BPVFN LOTS-NEAR SEVENTIETH BTRF.RT J\ and North river. suitable for manufacturing purposes, lor taie tow and cu c??v term*. CoLRiNbV A GRAY, 78 Ocdar street. FOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT, WITH THREE STORY brick Sbnp on rear| a'.ao 15-nome Steam Em lae, in J-erfec; order. Apply on premises :<60 Wert b Ifty-s. coud at For hale?thk house 5* west fiftikth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, IKIxbOxKN; ha* all improvements, dumb waller, butrr'a pantry, Ac. Appiv on tue premises. ^KW FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE, BEXV tween Fifth and Sixth avenues. on the moat approved I ina. Apply on the promiaoa, 70 west Flftv-flr?f street. In tea almple. i!4 f\fln -oheaf. thmehbet property on 2... L rJy I' ?] or-tv-thlr-cl street. neer Ninth av-nuei Asur glory brick: 2# rooms and more; 2Ai44*lfl0; well rented. LATell A IAN DOKtN, till) Silt'.) avenue .Ilia allaneo it. Fa HALF -THE SPECIAL ATTENTION OF CAPI- , lalLts desiring to make judicium Investments and of , those wishing to Iras , sell or exchange Is invite I to our large and varied list of Real Estate, comprising a great number of elegant Owe lines and Lota in the linest portions or Ji' w 1 or* citv and Brooklyn ; a large and attractive Bsc in the shriving p aeas. N< wart* Elisabeth, Oran.e. Westoiiester, platen Island, Lnati Branch and otboi desirable loeallouf, I Four million acres of Agricultural, mineral and limner Lvn m ^iai>?nu?, ueorait, r.orioa, .?> xsissippi, lhuhuius i Texas, Arkansas, T< nuexsec ami Missouri. j J. J. ALSTON A CO., 92 Broadway, liitooKi.i ;s I'Koi i i.. \ 1 ok sAi.r. a.m> Trt T.KT. JjkkaLD BRANCH omo?- i.umoklyn. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR 1UK NEW YORK. HERALD RECEIVED AT BRANCH OFFICE, AT NO. 4 COURT >TRtET~ClTV HALL SQUARE. OFFICE OI'EN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 8 P. M. BROOKLYN CARRIERS AND HEALERS CAN RECEIVE Till IK PAPERS AT THE HERALD BRANCH DI.L1V J-.KY, NO. 7 FRONT STREET, HHOOKLVN. A VALUABLE PROPERTY ON FULTON AVENUE, BrookIvu -Lot 21.4x135. with three story brick dwelling; a fine (peculation tor hustue s purpose*. CO RTNEY* A GRAY, 78 Cedar street. ABARUAIN.-TWO STORY, BRICK BASEMENT, fllte l to pe tk with brick, blgh st>>op; 9 rooms, ro irble mantels: parlors ai.U bal. riesc>ed; water and pas uipcui; lie 18 feet 9 inches by 100 deep j 60 ninnies' riue to Kultoti ferry : oar? pas* witinri two doors; no rnuricaga on It: ca U price i$2,70fl; schools and church. near It. Adaress l/WNEK, Herald Branch ofllec, Brooklyn. A PARLOR AND BASEMENT FLOOR TO LET IN Broo.ii.vn, Li in I out s from Fulton ferry. Re.it only $25 per uiomh. Impure at 193 sends street, Brook yn. fl REENWOOD LOT FOR SALE CHEAP?16 \'12, ORAN I tie ousts and Iron i ailing, on Ocean Hill. Aduress GREEN Wool) L'iT, Herald o ,.ce. CTREEhWOOD POR SALE CHEAP, A QUARTER T Let on fine avenue, four oHnutei from main entrance, ?monp the best tin roTemeuls. Address GEORGE KING, j Box 114 Herald olhce. TTAI.L BTRBET FOR BALH, rHR.ES story, Jll basement and sub-cellar frame Dwelling; 18rooms, closets at.d all Improvements; cheap at *9 60 >; will be sold lor $8,5UJ on easy terms. N. H. HAYES, 81 Cedar street. WILL PURCHASE THREE STORY AND i]P?7.??')*" basement House ?31 Navy street, Brooklyn; contains about 12 room*, all In good order; tei ins easy. Ap?iv at coal yard, lieKalb avenue, corner of Nary street, rooklyn. iUUl CITY, HOB'.IItl N, UI'IISO.N 4'ITY ' AM) RRIIOEN K T* AT, I'S IMTE. Fur -nle. tractor? nrtLmwa and .machinery for sale F In Jrrifj < fly; 85 horse engine, fly baud wheel, two < vl- ! infer boilers, 30 Inches diameter. SO feet long; live fronts; Strum gu&ge and ileum connections. nil complete; shafting, pulleys, Ac., nearly new; building ltitixdO leet, creeled with a lew to remoeal or can remain on l-as?. with wat> r trout. Atply to A. C. S011AEKEK A CO., Ill Water street, New fort. JM. GIBSON. . Auctioneer and D aler In New .terser Real Estate, 27 Montgomery street. Jersey City, let) choice building Lots, at West Bergen, Sixteenth ward, .1<-r?er Cur, A auction. On Tl EcDaY, July 18, 18T1, at 2 o'clock, p. M., on .he (.round. Thl? property is I nely situated on b'th dry rrotind: Streets traded, water and pas ; S'j nn'es from Jersey ttty errl a, within two intnut ?' walk of West Bergen station, on Newark and New York Railroad; 81 trains dai s; fare, tncludinv, ferriage, only 10 cents; also within tire minutes' walk of horse cars to Cortlandt and Pss brasses ,errlet esejy ten tnln t?s. from any part of New \ ork city be ow Cham rs s.rect this property can be reached In lees time than Mauisou cijuare, and hy conveyances so much superior . to erery respect to horse cars and stages that there Is no com- j paiison. Note (be easy tenns of sale. Tec per cent of purchase moner and auction fee of *5 on ; day o! sale ; ten n r cut In SO i?y>; twenty |?< r cent In one /ear, balau e on bond and mortga: c for tinee years; or Ifdti ???' on each lot. us i thr bularcs In monthly pavuifnts I cf $10. w? klegtnen, don't miss this good chance to secure a j home. Et ery Lot *'id will certainly double in ralue before the last j payment t? tni te. free eicur?lon trains on Newark and New York Railroad, from loo: oi Liberty ipeet, New Vork city, at 1 and 2 P. M., [ ?n day of ?a:e free collation on arrival of trains. Mapa. clreu ars. free railroad tlcketa, and further nartleu- I ',?ts lroin J. M. i 1HMJN. 22 Montgomery street, Jersey City, | ami at the depot on the day of sale. < uiiee open until a p. M. , K. B ?Should the weather he stormy the si t will lake . %lace on WEDNESDAY", Julv 19, At the larnf hoor and place. puoi'kkty ol T or Mill ( itV l-ok sai.e ok to iii:.s r A FARM OK ?U0 ACRES IN SOUTHERN NEW JER- : er, twn-tblrda i.mler cultivation, balance wood land, | with eplendt 1 mil' aion, whleu coat if'M.IWI, and outbuildings ; In keeping, will be wild or exchange I for product ve property lb New lorit or vlcildtv ; also a r.ne Farm ol 12: acre* adioitiii p the ah. re, ail under cultivation. with I r>l c.aaa farm neat and outtituldlnga, will be told or exc anged h? abore. These properties will be aold together or ?ri>ar?telT, and from their euperlor location and proximity to Improvements bow tak'cg place in this neighborhood, oft' r great Induceinert* to a farmer, retired gem cm* or cap- a i?t COURTNEY A ORAY, Jh Cedar atreet. A FARM OF 70 ACRES, TJf MILES SOUTH FART OK Cake Mahopae, N V., overlooking the La'-<e and stirVaondlna country, abundantly aorplied with never lading springs. fruit, Ac., for sale or to :.e!u?tic?* for Cite Protiertv. J. U. Kti.I.fcY, 6*1 Broadway. All w amino farms (Cood soil) addressc. k. LAND IS, Vine land, N.J. A FARM FOR SALE. ACRER, ABOUT 80 IMt roved, the real lu timber! bouse an 1 barn; large orchard : weii watered ; Tour hour*' role iron- this citv; price *W,5W. WALTER MITCHELL, 17 St. Luge1* place Leroy alreet). A NEAT COTTAGE, CONTAIN [NO SEVEN ROO MS, with garden, in village "I I'iraaaiitvillt.on Harlem Kall..... .1 a. -..-a ift'lr, . ?|- t, .nit in-me. dtnlely ;fet? trains dali) ;bealthy location : churches, schools, 4kc. inquire ?i 25# West Eleventh street. /-<oc>tkt seat to rent?in westchesteb v,' county adjoining Went Karros, a large frame Mansion, with mooern tinj irovemebtn, garden, stable, coach house and 14 aoras of land; newly painted and papered throughout; *ru arlapied for winter or summer line: three mi e? irorn Harlem . a good maca I a ml red road all the w ay through. To B good tenunt a loans for a term of years will he given at a low rem. Htg Btves Hail road will ran cloea hy. Apply to WILLIAM WATSON a CO., W Franklin street, or on th? premises. L"LKOANT RF.BlDKRrFS, KI W BRI IITON, ELEVEN Fj rooms; water, cat, healers : high. bea'thy loea'ion ; fine A'o-w 01 Ksv aud city; oOO, fb.OOd. Tenns aco muriodating. DARKEN, 50 Broad street. L'OR BALE-E\RM or. COUNTRY SEAT; 10 ACRI g .F splendid land; ftnl cultivation: gmd but;dings; healthy location, Klateu Ie.aud; if.,,bud , terms easy. L'AKKIa, StAHroad street, F~OH HALE?A 1ARM U1 Wi At REP. WITH EXi ELlent rmldPgs; ill acres of fruit; rrops an I utensils; ??ns rube from the village of (atsl. n. Kor par iruiars address J. A. I'KAHK, Tost oOice hot No. 6 Cain kill, N. V. E-OR SALE OR TO RENT-AT WEPT El EI<D, N. J., V t.ne House, mod'rn lin mrements: lour acres, vsry low. I'OWLLL A Ml Alt, 83 Pars tow, room IS. TVH'R SALE A Hot'SK ON LONO ISLAND; ALSO r * lyotr ; or wou d tfbange a Lo or brsi class elaap top nngjjy Apply to A. SMITH, No f O.d Klip, near t'sarl, L OR SALE AN ELI. ANT i firvritv heat. IIAOBM r of ground, w'tbln or.e hour ot New i ork, will he sol I at ? ' rIRi e. J. M A'J 11 HI at >N 4 H< iN, No. 4 Fine stieet. L OR SALE OR To LI T-ON BORNEO STREET. EAST F Drang*. a ru t; l <Us,r . prlc 44.odd: leniiJUu); a so 'ne on Ileach street; i rice if .odd; ic it yield; a so several 'liters, ot prices I runt flt.fcw to f7 ??'0 : terms easy. Apply 10 J. it. UlLMORL, H'? out itri ct, East Oiaugo. T?OR BALE. EX< HANOR OK RENT, FURNISHED-A F leadllfu, Residence, atflreat Neck, L. I., with water front and gravel t ench, sn ?tantlal modem bouse, sll 1murevernents one sha le, fruit and gsrden ; ics house, tilled; ieilbul iJiijgs complete, w th as much land as required: rent moderate O.d, JIKNNKT. No. V Bin* street, IgHlR KALI- ON THE CENTRAL RAILROAD OE NPW P Jersey ill ni if# from the elty, s tine t arm of SO arres, highly improved . uichaids 01 hue pears, peaches ant a vinefatd of *,i*?f cboio* grsns vines In full hearing ; all the am ill i u.la. good, tahstannal Kssi o-m-e, line stream, nne mailed Uiimu niiWiiurj: prlil- HIT,000. Address hoi vvdlitf Ntw Turk Foal oOice. ijV?R sale farm in WEsTcni'.siER co srr, F New V ork. 188 aires; g ioJ house, barn and outbuilding* : saw us til; plenty of fruit; good dairy farm. Call uu or adoies? Jir DI.aN, Ilfi East Hioadway. New York. |,1i'H HALE-IN NKIAaRK, N J., A NEW FRENOIl.T roof House ; all modern improvements; comp ete ; very Ce>trains location. Addissa OA ML It, boi A,tiki New Totk Feet oOtee. L ()K SALE A^KARM OK Yaw ACRES. IN WEST F cbeetrr oounty, 19 miles north of Wbtts 1'ialns; tine vuttdl igs fruit, ir out stream send /rowing crtjts ; possession mine..,s to VA Ai.Tt.il If, MLAI?, til W?u Sire 0 NEW ' I nOPEHIT OTIT ?TOTRKNTm 9011 8AEE RRAT RAROAIKS.?TO LET OB FOR SALE, AT VI Newark, N. J., three new Houses, dallibifuliv located. Set mmates troaa depot; room*; aa* aim water; rent A5J0 each; price vlniOO eaoli. INoKKaOLL LOCRWOOD A CO., ! 8S Union square uiurth HAN'liSOME FURNISUED HOUSF, TEN ROOMS. 4* aere?; beautiful, health; locution; abundant ahade, fruit; are mluuic*' walk trum aciiooia. church"*, d-pot; 1)4 hour. GEORGE MAHON, 48 l'Lnc atreei. \|OKRI3AMA TO LET, TO A FAMILY OF ADULTS, 1 i?l an . ic.aiiuy lumiaU.d Cot aue ; tine old ahade tree*; ] nienaive lawns; qnauiltlosoi fruit, tlowcru, AC.; three minute* >> depot, till' tv minutes tif city. Inquire 117 Broadway, room* 87 and 78, or corner Washington avenue and Ninth at. 0HANOI: AND ROCKLAND OOTNTY FARMS FOR ale?One of 8V acre*. SK.htK); 42 acre* $4 UOO; tir>Kr.es, EH,OKI; HO acres, stock. crops. Ac., %18,U0li; Sell acres, first ; class Iniurureiueuta, uairr, 70 cow*, v? ry cheap; several to exchaate. 8. IRELAND, 201 Broadway. TO Lh.T-VK.RY DESIRABLE COUNTRY PROPERTY, near Derby, a tjulmoc Philadelphia. Apply STEPHENS, j 47 Souib Second street, I'lulaue pbia. .1 rpo LET IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY. HANDSOMELY i furnished House, It room*; barn, ,tc.; It?>If acre land, frultaof all kinds; one hour from the l lt.v Hall. Appiy to JtiilN Sli.SUI , Jr., Ho Ptue street, New York. TO RENT?AT FAR ROCKAWAY, NEAR THE BEACH, ! it very neat Oothio Co.tage, at a very low r m. Apply on premises orot J. J. lll.ALY, 257 Greenwich street, New York. rpo REM? ITUNI-H n ON OAITLBTON BILL J. Stat' u Island, an elegant Country Keslder.ee, near the 1 ferry; rent low. Apply to JOHN M'DUNALD, Na fc Battery place. "WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY.?SEVERAL ?? very tli.e Plots of acres, located on Central aveuue >ir the Southern Boulevard, for sale; also 1'Jote of^?l, , e<ir u,e Jron bridge and Harlem river, at North ?;,.w Vork nn,t |>ort i Morris; geullcmeti'i Reeldeucee, osmalinng from 10 to UK) arret, near the I.ant liver, well lit utile i tor a large Increased value, for taie Iovee ors may rely upon cornc information from Ibu odice upon properly In the lower cud of the I county. H/lAMlw G. A DAVISON BROWN, 100 Broadway. I winn ntmw r^rrr- im_*u *i\ cotVt ta^e, near depot, Ki-fluO: oice place, lb serve. if4,'it0; J Oil arr. a, out dairy farm, 110 0; extra fine place, SU acrrt, water front. $18,o?0; large numoer at higher t rlcra. 8. 1 RKLaS I', 201 Broadway. \ \\* ATI-It ltlWKR AND MILLS Flit SALE Nh.AR \ 1 Sea York city ; a ratlroa : runs through the mil; yard; It Is also near canal: freights from N'*w York about IWo. per ton. Address W. w. H? Herald oflloe. Si 1 HfYil WILL BUY GOOD COUNTRY BUST ! dense.SO acres; good bsru, fruit, Ac.; near "f railroad; 31 aulas from cttv ; terms t aav. l'AUL P. TOD I), 66 Liberty street j on nnn acres of timber land in western OU.l'VMI VI-gtrilii for su e or exchange, at one third its value ; will takapart cash, cttv property or dry goods. Rlhi-R A CO., 04 \\ est Thlity-tliird street. j I A iii> v 14 a? i \ i iv hi i', \< ?FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROP crty. a valuable Stone Quarry, In Stillran comity. N. 1 Ton the Delaware am Hudson Canal an l Eitu Railway, j consisting o 57 acres; dock, dwellings. savrmhl anil other ! improvements ; Is now In success; ill operation, and capable ot jiroduclug mexnausl me quantities. For parl.culars a; piy I j to WILLIAM IMILEUN, foot of Bethune Street, Now York. I 1 TaXPHANiil ? LA.Nl> ON ORANGE MOI'NTAIN, FARM ]' J j at Ke 1 Bank, Hunan on Twenty-sixth strnei. Lots In , Chicago. ijilO.UOU worth of Jewelry, Trotting Horse, time I MAbu.N, 4ii Jouu st.eel. j FJlOB Sale or to BIOBABQI for a private ' residence in ltro, klyn A Country Seal of 30 acr s of the best so.I. tncciy fei.ee I In, with 250 choice apple trees and various other unit trees; 3s, ?cre.s ot strawberries and half an acre ot blackberries; also lull choice grape Tines; the houso contains nine rooms; o..rrtaue bouse, Ac.; 1>$ mi lea from 1* s,aic station by New Vors and Erie Railroad. For further | particulars apply to Mrs. C. CLAUDE, 4S centre street, New lorlc. fpOB 8AU OR WILL I10HAWS FOB a GOOD L Hay Farm near narration the Ilelv-.ia House, J83 j '(vision, cut iicr nurinn street; igtears irasr ; rt ut c-i,.uj per y. a; , belt house of the kind In ibis eft;. Fob sale or exchange-house, four lots uiul a St'b e; also 18 Lots at Rutlierlunl Park, for a Public House In Brooklrn or Merchandise or Land. Apply at 4M OatN ayi brouklyn. LMiR SALE OH I- X CH AN OP?P088E88I0M IMMEDI" ately, a Farm of 154 acres, with frame cottage, liable, An.. 7u acres woodland, close I y railroad alatlon, distaQce d% hours from city by Erie ltai.road. Owner Is io: ed to sell on account of leaving for Etrope. Apply at 1110 West J2d street, i before 8^ A. M. or after 6 P. M. TO EXCHANGE FOR REAL ESTATE-A FAST HORSE, 16 hands high, SOtUld Ht Wtljl way; Brewster Roekawaj and ti.p Wagon, nearly n-'tv; Harness. Robes and everything comp ete for a gem einan's establishment. Apply to CoUKTNEV a QIAI, 76 t t dar street. TO EXCHANGE?MEAL ESTATE, WITHIN MILES 1 from New York, for a Hotel, Restaurant or some other good paying business. Address HOTEL, 5414 West Thirtyseooud street. TO SI LL OR EXCHANGE?A WELL BUILT ENGLISH basement House, located In one of the finest parts of Brooklyn, near Fort Gre< re- be ween D Kalb and Wtilcuirhby avenues, fur a comfortable, well built buuse, with small p.ot of grooBd attached, not In, but of muck end easy access to and trom l:ie city. AJdresa, with particu.ars, B. M. 8., Bruok.yn Post oflice. IlKAl, KSTATU WANT!;!). J74ARM WANTED?PROM TWENT PIVE T'> KORTV I acres, located within forty miles of New York; bulid- | ' Inns plain, with a never failing stream of water through 'be premises. Addr ss, stating particulars and the lowest price lor cash, F ARMER, Herald o9Jce. (NREEMWOOD. A FI LL LOT IN OBBENWOOD 1 wat ted. State location. numbers of sect) n and lot; also lowest cash price, to BL VLit, box 18.2 Herald oifce |)i VL ESTATE WANTED?IN FXCOA.NGE F'>R J A about g6.ltH) worth of first class Furniture and Carpets, ne irly new. COURT NET A gRAT, 78 Cedar street^ utantsd to but?a -mall house amd lot in f V tlie c untrv, near Ma rind, N. V.; must n t be over , 64 Twelfth street, corner Bruadwsy. UOl'SES, KUDUS x;., WANTED. \ ?WANTED IMMEDIATELY, FURMSTIED HOUSE At for school, untarnished f> r physician, three for b at lnc, tw > for private pertlcs. 8HII U.1N A ROWLAND, ldlHd Broadway, between Tuirty-lb rd an i Tliirty-fonrih us. APMALL FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED-FOR A [in months, by a small fann y, without children. Address, plvlnt lod particulars, wit.i umuitul ot rent, A., box , 115 Hera d oflioe. Houses wanted for immediate occupancy. ; Ono small Mouse, n>D-. not over $8UJ; also ono n >t over ! Al.dOOi west sole pr?'ierred. HENRY KINO. 80S West Twenty-sixth street. | I>I?OTOGRAPH GALLERY-ANY ONE HAVING A ' aood Uailery, lu a nice location, either in lb s c.ty or Brookl.n, (or sate or to rent, cau uddicsa, Mat lowest terms, CuLLOLMUN, Herald oflicc, WANTF.D-EY AMERICAN LADY AND DAUGHTER. 11 iwo Is rise and two small Ro ins. pi ivale house, wen or Third avenue; rentals. Address A. VAN:., station I). UrANTED? POi K O* FIYRLOt-T< MM PSKV OR | more, In whh h machinery can be run , also ruflirie-.t i room In i ascment lor 1 u.lers and eiiglue. Apply at lb and .4 I Frankfort street, up lU.ri. WANTED -A FURNISHED HOUSE, FOR THREE OR , if four rn i nths, bv a small family, who will r>i.y a reasonable rent for llie portion oceupleu by them; the bent of references yiver. Address, witli ttuma and particulars, HLKLINd, Herald oflica. TIT AN TED?BY A OENTLEMAN AND WIFE, FROM ft three to live unfurnished Rooms In a good b.< ality and suitable for boustkee; lug. Address A. K? station D. "tA'AVTED-IMMEDIATELY, A FURNISHED COUNft try Residence, with some r round, pieeaantly located ! wllhlo two h otrs of the city; rent mult he modulate and full part leu. ?rs given. Address NONfUOMERY, Elizabeth Post uttice, N. J. W \NTT D nv A PRIVATE FAMILY, A NEATLY ft lurntshed Hoti'e, at moderate rem; no objection to hoarding owner. Address ADVLRrlSn.lt, box 114 Urrald I t'ptowo Branch office, l.ktd iiruadway. WATOHM, JKWEliRY> *cc. 1 JKI'.M 1 L'M AMERICAN WATCHES, PRONOUNCED X the best and cheapest Watch made In tills country, wholesale sod retail, by F RA.NKFIl.LI> A CO., OCJ Suth ?v ode, ,.r i n ..I mi i. i i, >. m,..,, of Twenty-sixth street. M KP1GAI* | 4 TTLNTION.-SO TEARS' PRUSSIAN HO?P TAL EX7 4 perlence; private diseases always suci essfuliy cured without mercury; consultation iree. | Dr. FKANKLIN, 1*1 Bleccker street, \(1 RE AT AND HURK RKMBDT FOR MARRIED ladles. -The Portuguese female Pills always give im! mediate r-llef, being specially prepared for married in-line. A lady writes"These pi <s relieve i me in one d .r. without i Inconvenience, lllta magic." Price Ai. Dr. A. M. MA o Kl1 GEAU, otlico U'9 Libe.rty street, or sent by matt, A CERTAIN CURB TOR MARRIED LADII.H, WITH or Without in edict e, by Madame K, HTM.L, Profe-R ir id Midwifery; ever thirty years'- practice Iter Infallible i f r-nclt Female Pius, No. t, prloe *1, or No. I, specially rrepared for married ladles, price $i, which can nev- r tail, are 1 sale and healthy. Sold only at her ojllce, No. 1 lastl.fly. second street, first door froin Fifth avenue, an i at drug ,'lst'a, 1V2 (treenwich street, No. 1 ttixib avenue, or sent by mall, i Cailllon?Alt others arc counterfeit. A? Mho W. H. MAXWELL., FhMAl.lv I'll YKfL'l A V, lit F.ait Tenth street, does not humbug ladles with . , tucdlclue. | 4 LADIES' PHY-lift AN.?DR. H. D. ORIMDI.TJ, PRO. ! J\ lessor o Midwifery oyer 25 years' Successful praet.co | In th s city), guarantees certa n rel ef to ladles In trouble, with or without medicine; elegant rooms lor nursing. 12) I West Twenty-sixth street, near S.xth avenue. A? MADAME URJNDLP. FEMALE PHYSICIAN 120 ' . W est Twi nty sixth street, guarantees relief to all fetim.9 1 complaints. Pleasant rooms for nursiiig. A-'MME VAN BUSK IRK. PHYSICIAN, NEVRR I , talis to time female complaints. Elegant rooms, nurs- 1 In*. dt East Luntli street. Uonsu.talions Iree, j 4 -DR. AND MMR. WILLI TT CURE AT ONE i 71. IntiTTiew. Their female remedies never fail. Ro ima for Is lies before snd during confinement, lit West Forty( tourih street, near sixth avenue. 4 LL SPECIAL DISEASES CURED IN THE 8IIORI EST I | ./V possible time without mere ury. No dsts.itlon frmu | j business. 40 years' successful practice. A. LEWIS, M. D., : No. 7 Reach street, New York. A -LADIES IN TROUBLE Ul ARANTKED IMMF, . dials relief, sure and sals; no fees reuulre 1 until peri leclly satlslled; e.eganl rooms and nursing provided. Dr. , Ant Mi P. K, No. :i Aunty piaos. uew inimosr 17 i Laurens St.) I A DIES - THE. BEST PLACE FDR BUKK MEDICAL j help is ai Mrs. MEYER.-)', .on East Ftflcenlb street, near I Third avenue. X' "O PAY UNLESS CURED?DR. AND KMK, WEST cure at una Interview; thatr French IMla never fall. Rooms before and during conChetssnt. 144 West I.Mil strset, ear Itb arvuue. i FORK HERALD, SUNDAY | TO IJT HI K BrMWM PPRPOWKit. A -TO LET~ THE SECOND FLOOR AT 811 BROAD w?v, for business purposes; alio lbs Fourth Floor In the him bnlldlng, containing six room*. A6TORE. BACK PARLOR AND SPLENDID BASE tent, double plate glasi windowa, lit for nny huslne,*, at M lireeuw.cb avenue; separate meter; handsome gat tlx* tures. Inquire at 18 Perry sc.eel. A GOOD SIZED BASEMENT TO LET-IN FIRST rate business lo'-alnm; suitable for auv respectable business. Inquire at 119 Sixth avenue, on lite uginer. IriOR LFASK-AX ESTABLISHED COAL YARD, FOOT 'of Fai-t Nine ecuih street, with good duels facilities near at hand. Apply to H. D. A J.U. BROOKMAN, 37 South street. OFFICES TO LET?27 CHATHAM STREET; NEW building and liu location; opposite the City Hall. Ap- j ply on pi uni tes, room 8. | STEAM POWER.?TO LET?THREE OR MOR.. ROOMS, 86x44, separately or together, with use ol sieam elevator; light od all sides. Inquire at 180 West Twenty-seventh St. STEAM PnWKK T" LET.?ROOMS <>K EVER I HE- ! scriiition.Xos.fcl3 to 313 East Twenty-second street: also In t entrs and Run streets. Apply to 0. E. HALL, 137 Kim street. j TO LET-FOB BtMlMBM PCRPOFES, ONE LARDS I corner Room, 8t>xSt>. with retiring rootn onnur.itnicat'ng. on the sec ind Hour of Booth's Building, corner Twenty-third rtreet and Sixth avenue. Apply on tne premises. rPO LET-IN THE OLD HERALD BI'ILPINO, OFFICER A suitable tor business and light manufacturing purposes. Apply to BARKER * COSTER,% Nassau street. TO LET?THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL *nown edhllc house Jackson Hail, located on the corner oi Ore; QWjc|j aTenne and Hot alio Street, laciug Eighth ave-V,e and Jacksou a piare, muklug It the host corner In the city tor a tea, Hour, liquor or grocery atore. Inquire of the owner, 803 Un ison street TO LET?FOR A BARBER SHOP OR ANY BUSINESS, 1 the First Moor ul 2U3 Washington street, opposite Washington Market. _ rpO LET-A FACTORY, LOWER FLOOR, WITH FIVE 1 horse ."team Power If desired; well llgbt?J ; suitable lor heavy machinery; or will divide II II deilred i lire yearn" lraae. At tM I'riuoe atreei. Call and examine. TO LET A I.AKOK AM) VERY P1SIIKBLE FIRST Loft, iplendldly ntuated on Broadway, near ('anal Itreet. J. J. ALSTON A CO.. M Broadway. TO LET-STORE 113 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, near Sixth avenue. Rent $1,wtt>. (kind atund lor any bnalneis. Inquire ot T. J. ulBBONS, 109 Bloecker atreet. i)iVBi.Li\? iiorsHs jro lkt. Furnished. A FIRST CLAPS FURNISHED HOT'BR TO LET in Irving place.?Would be let for a IIrat clasa boarding homo; alto otheri lurntshed and unfurnished. i. U BISHOP, 'i4d Broadway. 1 BURNISHED HOUSE-IS ROOMS, 13 BKPB, FULL ? I carders; black walnatj Brussels Carpets thiou^hout j Linen, Silver, Cr a-kery; two year*" lease; rent .,.137 tOper L'lMU Watt tw. a, .Ivil. rro RENT-A FEW CHOICE HOU9E8, FURNISH** ! i and unfurnished; price from $1, '300 to $>,000. Parties desiring la litre or pui chase houses apply ul Everett Library, 688 Sixth avenue. Un'umiiihed* TO LEAREr-KF.W COTTAGES IN 107TII STREET, near Boulevard; gna, bath. Ac.; $600; new Houses in West Thirty second street, $1,300. W. It. M'lKvJAN, 12 Washington place. rro LET-A HOUSE AND STABLE; WEST SIDE: A ' J. short distance ahoTe Central Park; house has Oroton water and ell the modern improvements. Apply at 61 Chambers street, to mi No. 8. TO LET-THE OOSKY LITTLE HOUSE 28U WEST ' Twenty sixth street; rent $50 per month. Impilre at coal odice 314 Ri?hih avenue. rro LET-FOUR ST R7 BROWN STONE ENGLISH I basement House 81# West Thirty third street (llooriu in place', elegant surroundings; hot water, hath, furnace, ranee, gas natures ; rent $l,iOO. rro LET?A MCE COTTAGE CONTAINING ALL MOA flern conveniences. situated ou northwest corner of Lexington avenue and Ninety-third street; rent, $650 per year. Apply to W.V. 11KE WERIuN, 16.e Rroadway, room 1. TO LET-A VERY DES1RARLE HOCSE AND STORE, 671 sixth avenue. Apply for particular* on tne premise*. ? TO LET-A NEAT THREE STORY RRL'K HOCSE, with every convenience, In beautiful order ; possession 1st of Angu*,; rent $1,UU). Apply to .I K. WILLIAMS A Son, 270 w'eat Thlrty-lourth street, adjoining North River Bavins* Hauls. I I KMSHEI) UOtMIS AND APA1I I'UI-NTS TO LKT^ ALM'Y LIVING ALONE WILL LET SKVI R t L VERY n re Rooms, furnialied, to ?infcle gentlemen or married couple* for light houseVceplnj. Apply at 275 VYeit Thirtyeighth street, one door from Eighth avenue. APPACIOUS BACK OR FRONT PARLOR, Fl'finished; ample wardrone; ereiy accommodation, to a lady only or faintly. No. 6 St. Mark's place. Alto oilier Rooms. ANEMBER OP FIRST CLASP ROOMS TO LET, furnished, at S3 lnriog place. Terms rest>nal>le. from to $i5 per week; house ana location llrat data. Please call. I PRIVATE FAE1LY WILL LET A WELL FITR. j\ nlst.ed Koom to a tingle genti man, without meala; tent low for the tiimmcr. 87 West Tnirty-hrA itrect. ipURNISHED NEATLY FOR HOUSEKEEPING -PAR- I 1; lor Bedroom; two cloacti, kitchen, batl.rn.ira, water i el ..set : all on f.rsi flour. 1 routine Eighth .Oi tine, rery nit as- i ant; $11 weekly, life West T?enty-tdj,h'.li sirtei. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET? FOR IIOU-'i;K EEI'INO ; also finals Hiiimn; ail convenl?noe<, excellent neighborhood: moderate urms. (lad all the week. ?()d Ninth avenue, near I wenty ;btr-l s.reet. \"ICFL^ FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET -WITH < ONJ.i vettlencM lor light bouei keeping II required. Call lor one week ut: 6& Ureeuwicb areuue. VTICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WILL BE RENTED J.N in house 816 Welt Twenty second street; family conand* of two persons; relerenoee given and required. PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS. FRONT AND BACK Parlor, with K croom adjoining, with water and gas; plenty of closets; snliaMe for light housekeeping. Cill at UfHBroadway between fortltll an 1 l-o-ty-.i.it streets. TO LFT?A F! F.NISHED FLOOR OF BUM RoOMS for housekeeping. Inquire at W Stanton s reet. mo LET?SECOND FLOOR, FURNISHED OS UNFER.L nlshed, bouse has all modern improvi merits ana lu respectable neighhorliood. Call at 225 Hi?l Twelfth street, two dours from Ureenwlcb avenue. To LIT. TOSH18HKn-A UMB FRONT ROOM, ! recond floor, with large conn cling bedroom and ward robe, to gentlemen or aent emitn and wile, without board. In |iitre fur one week at Bi3 East Twenty third stnet; turns moderate. rpo LET-ROOMS, FURNISHED WITH EVERYTHING I tor marr ed c up las. with improvements: private; Water In pantry; ?6. t n urulshe 1 ron.ua or floors cheap. Inquire at 180 lloyt stieet. near Tompkins and Myrtle avenues, Brooklyn, or VAN VECUTEN, >8 Cedar street. New 1 ork. TIO LET?FURNISHED, LOWER PART OF 168 EAST , Twenty-eighth street, near Lexington avenue; 7 rooms; I separata entrance; no connection with upper; ad modern Impiovt menu, and very prettily turmshed. To bo seen irom 10 to 12. TO LET-F RNHIIED, TO U.ENTLEMEV >R SMALL family of adults, a very handsome Second F oor; nioiiern Improvements; private brown stone bouse; teut only $10 per we. k. 818 K<wt Forly-nlMR street. TO LET-THIRD FLOOR OF 172 FIFTH AVENUE, furnished or unfurnished, or would let It for bua.neas purposes or a club. Apply on premises of J. W. BELL. TO RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS ON llrst floor to gentlemen. 98 Eighth avenue. TWO SPLT IIPIDLY LOCATED ROOMS, FURNISHED; price reas-nshle: brown stone hour-, opposite (Jilsey l|on?e fa.I Mod lay at <4 W est 1 weuty-nlnth street. Meal* If desired. ft WASHINGTON PLACE. O Handsomely turntshed Apartments to let. Private family. OA WKbT TWENTY-THIRD STREET. PLEASANT OU Rooms to let, without board. i Q WE-r WEST SIXTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN TO Fifth and Sixth aventiee.?Handsomely furnished Parlor and Bedroom on second floor, to let, without Board. References required. CI LEXINGTON AVENUE. a W I EE K1 r.NTsllKD ?)L second story front Boom, with large c.otets, connect- | Ing Re. I room If d< sired, a' so a third story Room. Small family. CO CLINTON PLACE.?FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, ?)<; at luvr rates for the summer; uls > one large unlur. nlshed Room to let on second floor. /?<> WEST FOURTEENTH Sf RhET, BETWEEN FIFTH ami Mxth avenues?Furnished Rooms, without I'.o trd, in suits or singly. Also pleasant front Room, with Hoar I, at flOfl West Fourteenth street. <)<?/? VARICK STREET. TO LET, TWO ROOMS, JUmj') furnished or unfurnished; gas an I water. F AST 85 Tit ST. A FIRST CLASS HHKsSMAKER to go out hy the day; also to taxe Work home. MI - WBtT TWENTIETH RTRBKT PARLOR AVI) )" ) two Hedrooms and K Itehcn ; furnished sulta'ily lor houses eping; leoua inoocrate. Call lor three days. Jftft HUDSON ST. ?TO LET, FURNISHED, A FRONT Oaed ban Bedroom , also other Rooms; hail Room, Hi 50. tJN VUKN18H ED ROUR14 ANI) APART,fl I'NTs TO LKT. A VERY DKMRABLK PART OF HOUSE, WITH THE ' 11 owner, In excellent order, all Improvem nta, pleasant 1 neighbor hood, to let to a small family. Inquire at 'ibb W tsl F.loren'h street. A LOWER PAST OF A PRIVATE BOOM IOLI TIn a good location, suUaiile for housekeeping or fo?pnysloian or demist; rent mo'ersto. Illti West Fitly first street, between Eighth end Ninth avenues. Fh-oor to lit in private house 223 fast Twenty-third street, near Third avenue. (ias. water, four roome and Kitchen ; good location , Hue order; to adult family t rent low. SPLENDID FLATS AT 6ii GREENWICH AVENUEI eai-h has two parlors and three, be Jromns, kitchen and water, losets, rras and fixtures, separate metre ; rent reduced from rutin to $1.1; now vacant. rpo LFT?SECOND FLOOR, FIVE ROOMS, *35 PER X mouth. 40k West Eighteenth street. To let-apartmf.nts and floors, suitable for small families of mndriate means; all modern Improvements, and ready fur occupancy; very desTable. II. I, CONDIT, 13.1 East Twelfth street, TO LET FOS D W I-1.LI Nil. A LA ROE, WELL EIGHT ed Floor In HOf Sixth avenue, cornsr Nineteenth street; has pan and wa.ev; rent $ft&. Apply to RICHARD MEAHod, corner Sixth avenue snd Nineteeuin street, , JOLT" ltJ, 1871-TK1PLB BALES AT AUCTION. ALLEN B. MINER, AUCTIONEER. ALLEN B. MINER A BROTHER, late 11ENRY H. LKEDM A MINER (Established 1M7). Salesrooms M i hampers ami 77 Reade street*. RATI RDAY, July US, at 10W o'clock, at oui salesroom!, US Ouambers, 77 Reade streets, Household Kurnlture, Mirrors, Carpete, Ac. Particulars In tunc. Arch, johnhton, auctioneer. Ottice auu Salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post olllce. Household Furniture ( bromos, Palntlnss, to. ' JOHNSTON A VAN TASSEL will scil on TUESDAY, at 10)$ O'clock, at ih?lr sa'esrom 7.7 Nassau stroet, A lar.'c as.or inont of Household Furniture. Paintings and ('brumes, Sowing Machines, office Furniture. BY MAX RA YEHSPnKFKR, AUCTIONKF.K-SKLLS Tucs ay, July 19, t 7'1 Bro.dway, hanasomoly titled up Wl'ie Room, wuh valuable live v ars' Lease; cheap rent j sue SfixtOU; excellent location; great bargain at private sa e. IS A V .11 VL' U.ll, ilf L L'U i ll . ...II OA. U. I - DV. H. BEKTHOLF, AUCTIONEUR -SELLS ON i Monday. July 17, at 11 o'clock, ut No. 9 Morton street, a Stable i 18x114 feet', containing seven Stalls In goo loonditlon and covered with corrugated Iron. Sale positive. T S. WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER-MARSHAL'S 1. sale this day'Mondavi, July 17, at 10 4 o'clock, at No. 12 Bowery, 8 cases Leal Tobacco and O.UjO Cigars. By order or V. lieituberger, City Marshal. T JOHNSON, JR., AUCTIONEER. ~ o? The brilliant opening sale of FLUSHING LAWN introduced thle crcrae de la creme of Village Property to fuily l.&no enthusiastic attendants, who purchased freely and rapidly nutil stopped by the drenching raju, which necessitated an ADJOURNMENT until WEDNESDAY, July 19, at I o'clock. On this occasion a free Excursion Train and a SPLENDID COLLATION will be provided. Urafulla'e Seventh Regiment Band baa been encaged. Remember, special train will leave via James slip and Thirty-fourth street ferries at 11:3d A. M., half an hour earlier 1 than no the llrst m e. Free tickets at ollice of JOHNSON A MILLER, 25 Nassau street, New York. MARSHAL'S 8 4LE.?MILLINERY GOODS. K. FIELD, Auctioneer, will sell on Monday, July 17, at 11 o'clock, at 111 Bowery, a large stock of Millinery Goods, consisting of Ribbons, Flowers. Keathsrs, Trimmings, Velvets, Buttons, Ac., Ac. Bv order P. FEKNEY, City Marshal. Alio Counters. Glass Cases, Ac. PAWNBROKERS' SALES.?MONDAY JAMES AGAR, Auctioneer, will se.I at .r9 New Howerv, Men's ami Women's Clothing, by order of Mrs. Aufsex, 5?9 Stanton street. Wednesday, Men's and Women's Clothing, Watches, Jewelry and Plstois, bv order of II. Prager, 210 West Thirty-third stieet. Frl lay. Meu's and Womeu's Clothing, by order of P. ; Bryan, 17 Waiker street. PAWNBROKERS' 8ALhS-BY B. FIELD, AUCTIONeer, 121 Bowery. Tuesday, by or ier B. Simpson A Co., 195 Bowery. Friday, by order H. Kreei, 6i Rose street. WJI. BAIRI), AUCTIONEER?WILL HKLL AT AUCilo .. on TtmrsdaT. JnlvdO. 1971. st 1 o'clock, on tliO premises, Second avenue and Sixth Street, the valuable Country Residence ol Mrs. U. (I. Wordeti; the house contains 9 rooms; is: cltv lots; large stable and carriage house: ten minutes'wain from ocpot; In the village of Mount Vernon; 15 miles trom Twenty seventh street, New lla.eu Railroad depot; immediate possession : terms east. For particulars apply t<> the otlice of the auctioneer. Third avenue: Third street, Mount Vernon, or at the Central Hotel, \\ hlte Flatus. FOIl SAIiB. A SMALL DRUG STORE FOR SALE-ON TIIIRD avenue, only $700; will average $10 per day; no agems. Apply at 737 Third avenue. A FIRST CLASS GROCERY STORE FOR SALEDolug a One paying business; sat sfnc'.ory reasons given tor selling. Apply on the premises, ?39 Eighth avenue. A FINE LIQUOR STORK FOR SALE-AT FORPIIAM, on Harlem Ral.road. For particulars anpiy to J. CUMMINOS, on the premises, or F. LAtVLOK, 319 W est Twentyfifth street. Alar e boarding house, down town, accommodstfs 50 boarders, will he sold reasonable: ren t 1 low; a sure lortuue to a party understanding the business. Address B., box 2,627 New I ork i'ost olllce. A LIQL'OR STORE FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN? Corner store In a good business neighborhood; good reasons for selling ;spleudid chance. Apply early. SOMEN'S Store Agency, 898 Broadway. A RARE OPPORTUNITY?AN ESTABLISHED FEED Store for sale, together with n good llurse and Truck and work of a store. Inquire of BEDELL A BKO., fool of Delancey street. A? FOR SALE?AN EXCELLENT OYSTER AND Drinking Saloon, situate 1 went of Broadway; cheap rent: doing a good business; nr.lt be sold at a aacrluce. Apply to JOHN A. DUNN A CO., 2S8 Bowery. A -for sale?a first class old established Sample Room, witti a Cigar Store alt irhed, doing an excellent busmen*; long lease at a cheap rent; el-nat-d on best pait Sixth avenue. Apply to JOHN A. DUNN Jt CO., fc&i Bowery. f\RUG STORE FOR SALE IN ELIZABETH?AT A J " Mcrtflce, on account of other business: doing a ray ng trade: e in show over 100 per ccDt profltt; low rent. Address box 470 Elisabeth, N. J. Drug stoke for sale?on sixth avenue: very handsomely fitted up: well stocked: will be Hold cheap, as the owner baa other ouslucas. Audreea DKUUS, I ox 103 Herald oflire. Druo store for sale-elegantlv fitted. well slocked, good prescription trade; three years' leaac; cati Uva not e r tit free; lerins easy ; price d". .501. T. F. DAVIS, 1,2116 V.yri.e avenue. Brooklyn, E. D, yu>R BAl.E-A FIRST CLASS MILLINERY AND FANCY r Goods estnbllsbment, dolus a < ood business, In the b?i location In toe city of PatHMB, N. J. : rent low ami satis nr. tory reason* given for aehing. Address O. XL, 1'ateraou, N. J., Foat oll.ee. For bale-a confectionery and ire. cream Saloon : the proprietor, hiving another business, cannot attend to both. Appiy to JOHN V\ EsTuN, M Hudson it. For sale -hotel, w feet front, long island; nine room* ttrnt floor. B. twe-n 1 and 8 o'cloek. ('HAS. H. llURTlS. Attorm v. 2IC Monta.n.- rt., BrooklynI DOR SALE-THE WELL KNoWN AND LONG IS ' tabllihed LI itior Store, corner Fifth and North Sixth i streets. Brooklvn, K. D., with a large a??ortment of Liquors i and all necessary Fixture*: li would make a first class lager j beer garden ; a long lea?e will lie given. Alio the Earlor and | Kitchen Furniture for sale. For further particular* apply on tbe premise*. For sale-a first class liquor store on Third avenue, with or without Stock. For further partlcu'ara apply to Wl. M. FLIEBB A Co., 47 ltroa l?av. 1dor SALE?a bargain?the lease. with stock and t Ixtuies, of a lirst class Fancy and Millinery Store; the bept location In Fulton street, Brooklyn; d dng an excelloM Aililreu n R . Hr, i.ilt Irn Hrinch Hi.r.1,1 office. For sale.-a large assortment of second hand Safe* Tor sale very champ; all alylce moil sizes. 8afei exchanged. AMERICAN 8TFAM SAFE CO., 800 Rroadway. FOR HALE?A GOOD HFCOND HAND SAFE. APPLY at Rl i hut ham street, room 3. ITOR SALF?TnE LEASE. FIXTURES AND GOOI) J1 will of a gord retail Liquor Store; will be mold cheap, aa the owner cannot at.end to It. Inquire of MATTHEW KEHUE A CG., impoitcra, bti Broadway. IpOR SALE-A FIRST CLASH WINE AND LlQl'OK 3tor*, combined wilt Sample Room and Rc?t mraiit. eltuated among wholesale houses on Froadw*y; ttrlce and term* moderate. Addreaa X. V., box Etj Herald olUoe. For sale-the bf.st business chance ever offered In Klig* county Hotel, Reataurant and RoardInghouie, doing a brat c'aaa business, at one of the main en trances to Prospect Part ; must be sold on account of slckneaa of proprietor. Apply at City Lino Hotel, FUtbush, L. I. Cart from Fulton terry pass the door every five minute*. IjlOR HALF.-A WELL-PAYING (' IRVF.R LIQUOR 1 Store, west of Broadway; three years' mase; rent f.TO; doing good business. Apply to P. UAPFNEY A CO., 8tI9 Bowery. IjVJR BALE-GROCERY ANI> WINE BUSINESS. A ' party buying .fl.Odd to sfA Otd> can purch.iae ore of the Itneat corner and beat located Stores In Brooklyn, with a compete stock., Including a.I the fixture*, hir?e, wagon. Ao.; a thorough investigation can be had, and sold at a great bargain. Address B. B. C., Brooklyn I nst inner, L. 1. FOR SALE-THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF THE hat store 123 Bridge street, Brooklyn, corner Prospect. Has been doing a good Tiualneas, and will be so d cbe >p. Reason for ael'l.ig, death of the owner. Apply at the office of H. M. CLARE A CO., 46 and 47 Bridge street. L'OR IAI.K STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A WEIL U estahnshed Ornamental Hair and Fancy Good* store, well slocked and doing a good trade; won.d lake a partner w tli some capital woo understood tbe balr buslucss. 1127 Canal street. I TOR SALE THE LATE M. K. M AXIMI I.I A N'3 UPI hoRlerv and MoWSlIri Kstah.ltlimciil, ciisUng 17 years. Inquire at 7# Third avenue. CAFES FOR SALE CHEAP. ONE LARGE. TWO 17 medium and on* small s'x* Sa'e of Herring's, Wilder'*, Marvin's and Lililc'i. b. G. QUIRK, 72 Maiden lane. TO HOTEL KREPKM. FOR RALE, ABOUT THIRTREN miles fiom New fork, on a lino or railroad, ihe Fornltnre of a lirat ela** hotel, together wltn L?.i?e 01 three years. The Inn ding contains t8 rooms, together with outhouse* Ar ; price 66,1910; terms cash or approved notes. For pmtieulars [ Inquire of LAMSON A CO., 5i Broadway. til /WWt -LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK IPI.'M'U. of Crockery, with Siorc Fixtures, on Eighth avi nor, above Thlitr-toiir.h stre.-t: cln si> rent; ill health cause of selling. HATCH A VAN DOKF..N, <510 Sixth av. djO Aim -A VALUABLE MILLINERY AND Fancy Goods Store, or will eichangc for a Farm or House, or go aa part pnymeut. Address Tiox 210 llerald office. ? i nnn for sale-STOCK, fixturer and qP'r.Lease of a Toy an t Fancy Goods Siora , fine location; alcknass ths cause of telling. Address B. F., Herald office. ?(I /'/in WILL BUY THE HTGCK A Nil FIXTURES r't of a Grocery, Floor and Feed Store, with four etory House and two elory Extension, with all modern Irnrirnvcmmls; established Ave years; will be sold separate or ogetbfr on easy terms. Apply on the premises, Itff South Third street, corner ol Ninth, Williamsburg. BILMARPR. ~ II -STANDARD AMERICAN BILLIARD TABLES Ait iinei|nalled for accuracy and durability ami approved by tbe leading amateurs and professional playsrt; constantly on hand, Tables el prises ranging I rou $260 upwards ' also unique styles for dwelliug houses. FUEL AN A CULLENDER. 796 Broadway. SHEET. AM1WEMENTB. I TWA EDWIN'S THKATRR. J K P. KENDALL ???? THE MOBT CHASTE AND ELEGANT PERFORMANCE IN TUE CITY. SECOND WEEK OP THE '^BERGER FAMILY SWISS HELL BINGEKB.^ ENTlKK~HANGfa"~OF PROGRAMME. LADY ORCHESTRA. LADY VIOLINISTS. BEAUTY. EXCELLENCE. NOVELTY. REFINEMENT. | Yo. NO LADIES' SILVER COKNKT BAND. | SOI. SMITH BUSS ELI., The favorite Hume.nut and Comedian, received nightly with applause ^ end screams of laughier. j MISS ANNA RE HUME MISS ETT1K BEKULK, | ^ MISS MAUD STANLY. ! ALL THE FAVORITES WILL AFI'EAR. MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 8 P. M. JJOWERY THEATRE. Second week of the Flret week of Mr. Great Paulora me ot I DWIN BLANCHARD. HUMPTV Dl'MPTV. New Drame of the HERNANDEZ KOSl'ER, WHITE SLAVE. FRANK FOSTER, First week of Mr. JOb. M. SLOAN, TOM HOTTA8, Miss NELLY WALL. the ere it Dutch vocalist. THE MYSTERIOUS CHAMBER. WOOD'S MUSEUM. MONDAY, JULY 17. 1871. AN ENTIRELY NEW Al TRACTION. First appearance of the talented young ariLt, MR. CI'.OKOE C. KoNlrACK in a popular dramatization of Victor Hugo's Legend of LhS MISKKAHLhs. EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK AT 8. 8ATURDAV AFTERNOON AT 1 EVERYTHING NEW, SCENERY, COST. ME8, Ac., and the follow ing powerful cast of characters l? _ JO.AH \ A LI E.AN < llrat appearance), I1KO. C. HO N 1 r AUK. FA NT IN El (first appearance), Miss UUSSIu, DE FORREST. Mr. 0. J. Wallace. Mr. J. L. Goaaln, Mr. Frank Evana, Mr. w. h. WUacr, Mim Alice Athertuue. Mlsa Nellie Joues. MATINEE TO-DAY AT 8. The charming nielo-drain.i of ALLTHAT GLITTERS 19 NOT GOLD. Concluding each day with a farorlto farce. NIWLO'8 OARDEN. THE COOLEST THEATRE IN THE CITY. OPENING OK THE ILLUMINATED GARDEN. Engagement of the popu'ar young American actor OLIVER DOUD HVRON, who will appear on MONDAY aud i-VE.KY EVENING ani SATURDAY MATINEE In the great aensatlonal drama entitled ACROSS THE CONTINENT. NEW SCENERY BY VOUTLIN, MECHANICAL EFFECTS BY SHERWOOD. THE OLD BREWERY. UNDERGuOl ND BARROOM. 1*1 EK 30 NORTH RIVER. STATION 47 PACIFIC KAILROAD. MEETING OF THE TEMPTER AND HIS DUPE. MEETING OF 1 HE WAIFS. THE FORGED CHECK. THE ARREST. THE GREAT TELEGRAPHIC Fit, AT. ARRIVAL OF THE RAILROAD TRAIN. THE ATTACK. THRILLING HAND TO HAND FIGHT. DESTRUCTION OF BLACK CLOUD AND HIS TRIBE. GRAND TABLEAUX. T' ONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, TUESDAY ami WEDNESDAY. July 17,18, 19, Klrat cE'bti of Jefl'erson's specialty, KIP VAN WINKLE. RIP VAN WINK LI' Mr. SAM RYAN To conclude with tor .nUo dr,-ina. the EMERALD ISLE. Matinees every Wednesday and Saturday. VTEW VARIETIES THEATRE, NEW ORLEANS. JJN The above named theatre will be completed and ready for Inauguration on or about December 4, D71. All applications for the coming season may oe addressed LAWRENCE BARK E IT, Walpole. Maes. Silence a respectful negative. C OI'AltTNKRSHIPS. THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING PE tween Orson G. McCall and Harolda A. Byron, un ler the tlrui name of O. G. McCall ft Co., is tins day dissolved by mutual consent. Harolda A. Ryrcn will si m In 'liquidation, ami will continue in the dres.maklng an J lurulslilug business at 909 Broadway. ORSON (?. MrOALL. HAROLDA AUGUSTA BYRON. Dated New York, July 15,181. D(j:smi!>39 UlTIIUl'll A111 A valuable and well known mineral Spring lor sale.; an assured fortune for an euergetia buslnosa man with mine capital. C. 11. OLIVER, No. 7 Beekman street. A GENTLEMAN, WHO HAS SECURED THE MANagement of one of the beat branches of Internes* in the world, desires $.'iO,u00 to TnMS', no agent* -or brosers noticed, ? no commissions will be p il l. All communmuttons stnetiy confidential. Address BROADWAY, II. r.<fi otbce. A STATIONERY BUSINESS, LONO ESTABLISHED, with or without manufacturing attached, or will sell either separately ; stock ail in good order; will he lold at a bargain. Address VERITY, box 175 Herald oOice. A PARTNER WITH <(100.000 WANTED-BY A MANUfacturer of the highest standing who has $tsUll,0ilO capital in the huetness, and which lie made in ihe business during th" past ten years; has now Iju ban is employed, with orders awaiting completion for oyer a-tO.iWO. llie additional capital wanted to meet the increased demand fur the goods and general increase ot the himnees. The par y itirmsbina the money ouu have financial managemeul oi the business. _ HoNNMILLE A COMPANY, Financial Brokarfl, VI Mroudw^f.^ | APAHTNKR WANTED-A 81'L#WPtt> CHANCK FOR n party with HO-.IK 0 to #1(1,00(1, to tnke half Interest In a I Tobacco Manufacturing House of 10 year*' stand nj. doing n fine business, an1 baa some of the bc?t beanos in the country, with demand lor all tbe.v can make. Apply Immediately. BONMfYILl.E* COMPANY, Financial Brokers, 92 Hroadway, .New York. A PARTNER WANTED?WITH lfin.000, IN A FIRST data Mannfaeturlnc Business, it) y> ara eatablialiei.1, to take the place of parlu r it-liruijt on account of 111 health, and obliged to no Bomb by urgeut re iue?t of hla i hysielan. BONNEVILLE A COMPANY, Financial Broken, 92 Broadway. A MANUFACTURER OF a stal'LE ARTICLE, MONEY perfectly secure, wants a partner with 42,6d0 cash to increase the business. Apply to BONNEVILLE A COMPANY, Kintnclal Broken, 93 Broadway. An established manufacturing BUSINESS for sale, to aj arty with from ifco.ttOO to B7,h0P. '1 hi* is a chance seldom uttered. Address, tor oua week, ALPHA, Hen Id ortlce. A PARTNER WANTF.D-TO INVEST IN REAL estate and business, with IK20,000, in which there la no better sesurlty, and the capital can he doubled the llret year. BIOiHs a bon, 9u9 Broadway. AN wroitoim RARELY orFERFD. -AN Established shoe factory, In complete running order, with a good cash tra le, will be sold reasonable II app.lod for Immediately. Address BUOK FACTORV, lleraldoil.ee. k N HONEST VAN, CONTROLLING ABOUT gl 5 )0 J\ to etigngn In manufacturing staple article* tor fancy and dry goods trade; prohta 187u $7,1 UK). Address, appointing lnterriew, FLANNEL, box 214 Herald oU.ce. A GENTLEMAN OR LADY TO FURNISH SF3.C00 CASH ' and take one half inlet eat in a new Invention ; perfectly legitimate business; can be sold In almost every house; a tortmie IS certain to the right Party. Address F., box 119 Herald Uptown Hraoob oUion, 1,24'i Broadway. /AARPETS, OILCLOTHS, UPHOLSTERING, AC. (BCdl\J nesa established In 1S10).?Always successful; very rare chance; $2,UU0 Stock, with Bl.lHWier year, with Fixtures, Ac., Included. Apu.y at 14.' South Second sucet, I'blUdyl- j phis. j /"lOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.?MANUFACTURING ; \T Husiness, wltn Machinery and Pateut Hlight Arlicl 111 the hardware llne_i will ue cold reasonable. Aduresa M ECU AN IBM, boi lbl) Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,-46 Broadway. LUMBER.-fIR,000 TO fJ0.0 0, WITH A PRACTICAL bin next man, wanted to engage In a new ami undeveloped white plop lumber re'ion. Peraonal Interview to he had at PAHST A MtiCRiiADY'S, 71 Broadway, room 63, between 11 A. M. and 1 P. M., lor a lew dnti. TUP, INVENTORS' EXHIBITION AND PATBJfT Kmbt Aaaoclation, 13 Warren itreet, New York, lolicita , I'atet.U, exhibit!, a<dl* and buyi I'atenta and Pateuta 1 (looda. Patent Right Oarelte, price 10 ctnti. TDK FUNNIEST TIIINU OUT 18 THE TOAD TOY; ole right 1o manufacture lor aale by W. A. KRAZLR, I 6M< Broadway; ltlu.uuO cau be lold by the right party. TO CLOTHIERS.-WANTED, A PARTNER, To TAKE one-half lot,-rent in a lint claaa Clothing Store, well c?i tahllahea, In one oi the lief, location! In New York city ; one : acquainted witb the buxlneai preferred; capital required I it-fi.lAlO. Addreni K. IN., Herald oilier. WANTED?A OFNTLF.MAN OK CAPITAL TO TRAVEL with a aucceiatiil la .y utar. Ad ireai 8. L., Herald ! office. iit aKTirn? p* m urn wrrrr trnnw wa nun to wtonen v> In an old cetahliihed manufacturing b'ue.nnss, to l?tvo extension to the trado. Address MUblN ESs, box 117 Herald offloe. WANTFD-$1M, FOR WHICH AMI'LB SECURITY ?n I a handsome bonne will be glveu. Adtreaa ELLIOTT, hot 141 Iteiaid ofllce. WANTED IN A GOOD PAYING OFFICE BUSINESS In Westchester county, a nun who speaks the Ge rman language and can Invest a 41,000 eish capital. Ad trees B. W. V., box 184 Herald Uptown Brunch olllce. WANTED--A LADY or OKNTLKMAN PARTNER, TI with $500, In an ofllce buaineae In this city ; en Id bualnrse will pay each partner 91,BlIO a year. AdirossS. B. W.f box 140 Herald Uptown Branch ofDee, l,24fl Broadway. YOUNU MAN WANTED TO TAKI CHARGE Qf A wholesale and retail ii<|ii r store; must hare $i>00 and bent references; none oth? r need xpply, Address C. Y. II., box IM Uera.d olllcc. djunn W,I'L BUY ONE-HAI.F INTEREST IN A 'PDv' 1 meat ari l vegetable market doing a cash hnnlnens of over 1*1,0111 per in ti n. For particulars address MARKET, box P-5 llernl I ofllco. A9 AAA A VINEYARD, IN BEST LOCATION| ipu.UWW, fng choice crop this year; 10 acres laud, Ac. A good chance, wltii assured prollls. STEPHENS brothers istreet floor), 187 Broadway. >11 mtvi.. J^ ?NATIONAL ( ONS1 I; . \ TORY OF MU.-IC.' 1 8.1 Union square (Broadway), near Sixteenth street. ! \|I.'HICAL. PRIVATE LESSONS PIANO. ORGAN, lvl violin, guitar, slnvlng, theory, Ac., :'2 Clinton placo (Eighth street ; established 1854; circulars mailed; ternia very moderate. J. JAY MATRON, Musical Director. WANTED THE SERVICES OF A OKNTLKMAN Ft1^ about six weeks, in a musical affair; tniiat be able to furnlali satisfactory rcirrnnca and be willing to work. Ad1 dreia JACKSON, Herald oltlce. _ WANTF.D-A YOUNG LADY, IB OR 1* YEARS Of age, of good adureaa and pleasing appearance, to become a member of and travel with tbo Merger ratnlif Heilrmgers; must have some knowledge of music. To a suitable person a long and very desirable engagement will be offered. Apply on Monday, between the hours of I and 4 o clock r. M., at Llna Edwin's Theatre. IMNOINO ACADKMIKS, ^ Lt A USE'S DANCING ACADEMIES. O PRIVATE LESSONS gvsu day or evening, PRIVATE ACADEMY, 212 East Eleventh sirect, L? ^? .? J??? ? ** AMPMWm r?u?i, rm broaowat; m olobiS iTLOBB, 728 BROADWAY. 718, OLOHR? OLOHE, 738 BROADWAY. 788, GLOB* OLOMK. 788 BROADWAY. 788. OLOB& GLOBE, 728 BROADWAY. TA, GLOB* GRAND ATTRACTION THIS WEEK. MONDAY. MAZKPPA, MONDAY, JULY JULY 17, 17. First time . Pint appearanet the new Drama. . of the talented EVERYTHING NEW. young actreas. NI W MISS KATK SCENE BY, RAYMOND. NEW or the ae MAZKPPA, STACK EFFECTS. WILD HORSE supported t'T The singe ,OK TaR'TAKY. a eelect and lias been ?- powerful company. altered lor MISS the proper KATE production of MAZEPPA, RAVM0N3I the drama. MAZEPPA, aa THE WARDROBE MAZEPPA, MAZEPPA, la entirely NEW, MAZKPPA, and her having been or Ilia wonderful made to order WILD TRAINED HORSE. In the most - HORSE MISS KATE gorgeous style, OF RAYMOND, expressly for the TARTARY. MAZEPPA. d rama. ? The BANNERS. SHIELDS, and APPOINTMENTS ara ALL NEW and of exquisite design, manufactured by Mr, Harry Seymour at an Immense outlay. The drama will Mi produced In the most perfect manner. MISS KATE RAYMOND M MAZEPPA, THE WILD HORSBf OF TARTARY, MONDAY EVENING, .JULY 17, M I Ana c,*r,nr r.> r-n nurmg w?i ** A I and WEDNESDAY and SAIUKDAY A Z I MATIN I* K, at two and a half o'clock. Z K I MISS MISS MISS g ' P I KATE KATE KATE P P RAYMOND, RAYMOND, RAYMOND. P A | MAZEPPA. MAZEPPA. A OLYMPIC THEATRE. Broadway, near Bleecker streat ICH BTN_HIERI THE OREAT~NOVELTY. MONDAY, JULY 17, AND EVERY EVENING DURING* THE WEEK, the popular Comedian and Dutch Character Actor, JOHNNY" ALLEN, In Me'Closkey'e greatest sensation Drama, entitled BCHNIKDER; OR, DOT HOlsTVoN DE RHINE, replete with entirely NEW SONGS AND DANCES, written express! r for Mr. Alton, and presented with a powerful cast. Including Messrs. Frank Moi daunt, Harold Foritierg, T. K. Hugan, H. A. Weaver, Geo. A. Ueanc, E. A. Locke, Harry Josephs, Mr. Claude Hamilton, Miss Marie Bate, and Little Jennie Yeamana. FIRST SCHMEDER MATINEE Saturday, at 2 o'clock. CiENTRAL PARK GARDEN THEO. THOMAS* l GRAND SUMMER NI UTS'CONCERTS. THEO. THOMAS AND HIS UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA. THIS (SUNDAY) EVENING, Jl LY lit, AT 8, THEODORE THOMAS' NINTH GRAND SUNDAY CONCERT. NINTH GRAND SUNDAY CONCERT. NINTH GRAND SUNDAY CONCERT. A NEW AND BRILLIANT PROGRAMME. Adnii?slon 'tickets, iU cent,. Private Boxes. $1 extra. PACKAGES OF 13 TICKETS, FOUR DOLLARS. To hi* hn.fl At t!ii? urincinal mimic stm-Ri. TERRACE OARDEN.-JULLTEN'B CON CERTS. Fifty-eighth etrect, between Leictn .ton and Third avenue*. TODAY (Sunday >, July 16, GRAND POl'l'LAIt AND SACKED CONCERT. JULLIEN'S t N RIVALLED SOLOISTS. ' AN ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME. AFTERNOON AND EVENING. 25 CENTS. CTI1 AVENUE THEATRE. t) Sole Le**re and Manager Mr. AUGCSTIN DALT LAST THREE NIOHTS OF THE SEASON. AN ANOEL! the new local Comedy, ami THE SAVAGE AND THE MAIDEN. The Famou* Rurie* ue Kebcarial KVERY|NlGHT. MONDAY, July 17. BENEFIT OF Mr. JAB. ROBERTS. TUESDAY, July 18 laet night hut one. WEDN SDAY, July 1H, TREASURER'S BENEFIT, and 1 820th and last performance of the aeaaon. TITALLACK'S. a PECIDED HITV \Y GREAT SUCCESS OF THE NEW DRAMA BY BOCCICAILT. EVERY EVENING ELFIE: Or. THE CHERRY TREK INN. The piay will be presented with NEW AND BEAUTIFUL SCENEKtf, NEW MECHANICAL FFEECWV, NEW PROPERTIES AND APPOINTMENTS, NEW COSlUMKS. In the third act a COUNTRV DANCE. THK DRAMA WILL HAVE THE ADVANTAGE O* TtlE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWN ARTIStS IN TUB CAST:-MESSRS. CHARI.KB WHEATLE! .11, J. H. STOOD ART, CHARLES FISHER. TEES DALE, B. T. KINOOOLD. CHARLES ROCKWELL, ?V. LEONARD, MISS EFFIK OERMON AND MISS LI/./.Ie PRO K. ( BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE?TWENTY-THIRD STREET. CHAS. A. WING Manage* COOLEST THEATRE IN THK CITY. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 1U, lfcTl. Erf it ereuing during ihe week and SATURDAY MATINEE, Brron'a great burleaque of s LI RLINE. JOHN L. HALL in hli great Impcreouauon of the SEN KsCHAL. The performance to eomm nee each evening with 1 lie charming Conn dielta, THE WINDMILL. n I r -DR. KAHNM MAGNIFICENT MUSEUM OF I ^tJ. MARVELS, SCIENCE AND ART, 7M.1? I' road war?746. Sm the Dying Soldier, the Horned Woman, the macntfleerU Florent'ne \ emu (the most perfectly formed women in the world), the Bear Woman. Making a New Nose, Mnn troaluc* and Beauty and 40.0UQ other marvellous objects, collected at an expense of ban a million. OPEN DAILY. Admission 50a 745 Broadway. CIA RD.?"WATSON'S PRIVATE MUSICAL ACADEMY" ) bus removed trom .-.92 Sixth avenue to 93 Clint n place (Eighth sired. Private Lessons on Piano, Organ, UuKar, . Violin, S ngir.g, Ac. Circulars mailed. F? .T, W. FOSTER, T ? O Acnit or Treasure*. E B Address care New York Clipper. R TJANJO AND OUTTAB.?INSTRUCTION BY HENRY C. X) DOBSON, MO Howery; a perfect knowledge of the Instnimcnl guaranteed In a etngie >ptarier's lessons. Banjo* at all price*. PIAXOFOltTES. A MAGNIFICENT GRAND SQUARE CIUCKEKING Piano will ne sold at a bargain; nearly new. Parties that desire a splendid Instrument may apply at 3D H ail sou place, Brooklyn. A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE FOR sale. ?Mad* order; used live minths; eost V760, lor Ifeii#. Parlor, Chamber, Dlmne Furniture, a tacrine*. W West Fifteenth a.reet, near Fifth avenue. A BLACK WALNUT CASK PIPE ORI1AN FOR SALE at a bargain?Five octavo, knee swell, one octavo | pedals, in perfect order; splendid tone; nearly uaw; suitable ! for lodge, chapel or parlor; wnl mail" to order at a coat of fftcO; will he aol<t for half price. (Ian be aeen at A. L. HATh KSON'S etorage oilioe, tr.?J Sixth avenue, two doore Irons > Fortieth street. , . A LARUE SIZE SECOND HAND PIANOFORTE FOR ante; perfect order, all Improvements, rosewood ease, carved legs, need B monlha, cost it7t>0, for tg'JAO; must be sola this day. Call at private res donee 120 West Twenty-third si. ACHICKKR1NO ROSEWOOD PIANO, ONLY $1(10; a seven octave Pianoforte; overstrung baas, carved legs, eveiy Improvement; bargain tor caah. J. RIDDLE, 18 Amity street, near Broadway. PIANOS, MELODKONS AND OROAN8-OF NEW AND beautiful styles, of dllfercut makers, at low prices for cash or monthly In-islmenu, or for rent, at WATERS', 481 I PBroadway, than cau be lonnd elsewhere. ? IANOSTO RENT FROM if It TO $10 PER MONTH; FOR sale from $60 to doth) cash, ami on monthly lustalmeaig I ol $4 and upward, at E. V. Dl'MSDA Y'8, 124 West Houston ? I >trKl' __________ ' I ifcoon KOR FIRST CLASS PIANOS.?t?ENT OX trial. No avents. Circulars mailed free. United Mates riano Companv, (MA Hroadway, New York, MACHIWRT. ^ A THREE IIORSE ENGINE, LOT OF LATHES Pre-IM, Sawbrnch, Porta ,|e Forge, Anvil*, (Irlndatone-, Btownr*. Platlorm Scale*, Dearf, Ac., at any prtc* to clot* out at R4 Centre itreet. FIOR RALE -STATIONARY ENGINE PATTERNS, AC. J a romp ete ?el of approved "aide frame" hngina Pat- , > tern*, ranging from s to iiVt hor*e power, daalgned at one of tlir mo*t culehrated engine work* in thl* country ; alio a valuable collection of maclitufl work Pattern*, anch a* Glob* Voire*, Pillow Hlork*, Cock*, Pumpa, Flange*, Ao., any or ail of which can be purchased rery low. Andrei* v JOSEPH CLARKE, c*f? Of ? . _ Continental Work*, Oreenroint, Brooklyn, K. b. P.^HII HALE A TEN DORSE US .INK AND BOILER 1 and Steam Pump, all romp Me. inquire of It. UHoBH, I 84 Pillion atrect. ! TAOR SALE CHEAP-TWO NEW STATIONARY lIORt, J gonial eteam Engine*, ?lr* DU-.M. Apply at work*, corner of lmlay and Lweu ilreeta, South Brooklyn. / * BP AT MACHINERY DEPOT, M? THIRTY-POI RTl* It *lre*t, near I'enth arenue.-A great Turleiy of Ma. In or*, brildr* Boiler*, Engine*, Pump*. Saw*, Mlllilon**, Hailing. Loom*. Pi-omc*. Shafting, Pulley*. H. FOX A CO, OTP. AM ENGINES, BOILERS, PUMPS. ANO ALL 0 kind* of Machinery at low prlco*. Tt>l)D k RAPPKRTY, 1U Barclay ?treel. Work*, I'ateraon, N. J. SMALL HOT AIR KNOINK, STATIONARY ENGINES I I and Holler*, all aire*; Lathe*, I prighl Drill*, Pump*. Shafting, Pulley* and Machinery bought, aold and exchange.I at W ILI.ARD'H, 4b Dey elreet. QBCOND HAND HOISTIMO KNOINK, SEVEN HORSQ kJ power, eheati) Portable and Stationary Engine*, Holier*, I'ump*, Lathe*, Planer* and Drill*, at 2'.*A \\ ater Mreet, neag Koo*ev*lk FRANK MnSWi-.GAN. TWO *)XJu OO-HORHR ENGINES, WITH BOILERS. AT one third ro?t of new , aultahle for *aw mill or factory? Eater A Co.'* make, and In goon order. ANDREWS A BRO., 414 W*t?T*4T?i. j KXdllANHK. ' mo EXCHANGE FOR REAL ESTATE OB OTHESf 1 properly-y5,000 worth Fancy Diy (Joed*. FtktnreW Lone. Apply peronaliy. from II to S. U. B. llASKKLl^iU Broadwav, rw?S.