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Kant Side. MJERALD BRANCH OFFICE?BROOKLYN. IXVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK IIERALI) RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, XJT THE LONG ISLAND HAVINGS BANK BUILDING, CCBNER OF FULTON AVENUE AND BOERUM STREET, AID AT NO. 4 COURT STREET, CITY HALL SQUARE. OFFICE OPEN FIIOM HAM. TILL 8 P. M. CARRIERS' AND AGENTB' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. \ ?FIFTH AVENUE.?AM EXCEEDINGLY CHOICE Ji.. extra size, well built, newlv designed and elegantly ,friscoed Residence, near Forty-nluth street, lor sale rea sonably. V. K. STKVKNSON A SON, 11 Pino street 4 -BARGAINS.-JUST ISSUED, "THE MONTHLY _r\.? Record for April." Free descriptive list of dwell ing and liits for Half. Obtainable ?r mailed tree by W1L llJM Tl'CLKE, 22u Fifth aveuoe, ui>o?e Tweuty-sixth St A FREE REGISTER, WITH PAKTICULARS OF 2,0(10 Jj. city llou.se* uud Building Lots for sale and to let, con taking city uiap, Ac., Ac., gratis. V. K. STEVENSON A SON, Real Estate Auctioneers and Brokers, 11 Pine street. A FIRST CLASS THREE STORY HIGH HOOF _C1 brown stone House and Lot, on Fifty-fifth street, fceir Lexington avenue, 2Ux!50x75. Price low. Terms e?y. HOLLY BROS. A KISSAM, No. 6 Pi lie street. I OR SALE-AT A BARGAIN, THE ELEGANT HOUSE, northwest corner of Madison avenue and Sixty-sixth Bteet; beautifully finished In hardwood; also smaller ln feiic House ; handsomely finished. Apply on the premises, oiof E. KILPATRICK, Builder, 242 Lust Seventy-seventh J OR KALE-A NEW FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY high stoop brown stone nouse, near Fifth avenue and the Central Purk; all improvements; elegantly tln tlied In cabinet work; will bo sold low for rash; terms to aiit For further particulars uddresa LINDSAY, Herald <ftice. FOR SALE.O-A SPLENDID FOUR STORY HIOII stoop brown stone front House, In Eighty-third street, Sutli side, between Madison und Filth avenues, iniddlo >use in the row. The greatest care was taken In the illdtng of these houses; all built by day work aud of tho very best material and has all tho modern improvements. Parties desiring a good, substantial house, would do well to call and exumine this one before purchasing elsewhere ; will be sold low aud on very easy terms. Inuuiru at the first house from Madison avenue, or of J. II. WALKER, 90 B?elmian street J OR SALE?A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE. Twenty-seventh street, near Lexington avenue, in #io order, with Oilcloth and Gas Fixtures; terms easy. iPPly to owner 143 East Twenty .seventh street. iP tr Broadway and Jefferson street: only $3.1100 cash ,Wanted trom parties who will alter it tor business pur poses. For ftirther particulars upply to HUGO GORSCH, OR HALE?THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF EAST Broadw nted iron es. For I Bowery. jH>R SALE?A WELL BUILT FOUR STORY AND basement brown stone House, 21 feet front, west ot '"gtou; will be sold below cost FRANCIS CRAWFORD, 966 Third avenue. TJOR SALE?TWO ELABORATELY FINISHED FOUR JF story Houses, 85 feot front, on north side of Fifty IhTd street, between Madison and Fifth avenues; location iuwurpassed ; possession immediately; title guaranteed. ,lniulre on premises of O. J. HAMILTON it SONS, build (tii FOR SALE?ELEGANT NEW FOUR STORY OHIO stone front House, northeast corner of Lexington venue and Fifty-filth street; CO feot in depth; house open r inspection. For terms apply to HOWELL A HUNT, " Third avenue. OR SALE-TWO FIRST CLASS HOUSES, AT LESS 'J.' than cost, Ml) and 1S1 East Eighty-fifth; will pay ti n jer cent ou investment; Ohio fronts, with brown stono trimmings; by 56; lot 82 feet; terms to suit purchaser. Apply to ownor, 156 East Eighty-third street For bale?four story brown stone high stoop House.; complete order; 93 Park avenue, be tween Thirty-ninth aud Fortieth streets; immediate possession given. Inquire at svi Marion street. k/OR HALE OR TO LET?A FURNISHED. HOUSE, 160 1 East Thirty-leoond street, near Lexington avenue; a four storv English basement house, containing IS rooms; rent $l,n0t); with all modern Improvements; house in good order; terms easy. Apply oil premises. lOR SALE?OR TO RENT LOW TWO FOUR STOKY brown stone Houses, in Sixty-first street, near Cen tral Park; easy terms or tavorable leases. HOWE A CO., 10 Pine street Branch offlcc corner Sixty-first street and Fourth av. IjIOR SALE-SEVERAL HANDSOMELY FINISHED I? Houses, Madison avenue and Seventy-eighth street; also Sixty-tilth street and Madison avenue. Apply to S. M. STYLES A SONS, 3fi0 East Sixty-second street "JTIOR SALE OR TO RENT?THE BROWN STONE wT four story Residence corner Forty-ninth street and Madison avenue; one-half the# purchase money may re knain on bond and mortgage, the balance will be accepted In six per cent first mortgage railway nonds; or tho prem ises will bu rented unfurnished. Apply to IIOMBR MGR. j(BAN, No. 2 Pine street ? Houses for sale cheap?on bhth, both, 60th, 61st, 62d, 63d and 74th streets, between Madi son and Fifth avenues, and oust of Madison avenue. Par ties wishing to get houses in central locations apply to TETTRKCU A ItF.MSEN, 1,036 Third avenue. Harlem.?house for sale cheap; new stone front; never been occupied; all modern Improve ments; taken In trade and can be bought at a low figure before May I; situated ou 133d street, near Madison ave nue. Apply at lumber yard, 125th utrcet, between Third and Fourtli avenues. HARLEM, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE.?ELEGANT brown stone Dwelling; hard wood stairs; parlors 60 feet deep; first class house and neighborhood; It sold this ?week, $lii,.">00; $3,;Ktn to $8,000 cash ; balance easy. Keys With BENJ. BROWNE, 2,240 Third avenue. JOTS FOR SALE?ON FIFTH, MADISON AND J Fourth avenues and adjacent streets. Apply to E. H. UDLOW A CO., No. 3Pine street. LEXINGTON AVENUE.?FOR SALE. NORTHEAST corner of Fifty-fifth street and Lexington inenue, an elegant tour story high stoop Ohio stone House; bay windows; four story high; two bath rooms, billiard room, Ac.; house open for Inspection. Apply to owner on premises. Wert Side. Anew first class man stoop nova scotia stone front. House and Lot, 25 West Kitty-second street. Prior $42,MO. Open all (lay. ' r * "I8SAM, HOLL1 BROS. A KISSAM, No. 6 Pine street. A?FIRST CLASS CORNER PROPERTY ON . Bleecker struct for sale; well lot ? terms easy. In quire until sold of B. L. A B. T. BURNuAM, 609 Hudson Street A?THIRD AVENUE LOT, WEST SIDE THIRD AVE ? nue, between Seventy-eighth and Seventy-ninth streets; 25x100 ; 75 per cent inuy remain five years. W. MYER, No. 7 Warren street, room 7. A CHANCE TO GET ONE OF THOSE NEW FOUR story tils'1 stoop brown stone Hotues north side of IHfly-third street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues; thoroughly well built and extra plumbed; $32,500 eac h. Apply on the premises or to WATERLOW & CO., 881 Sixth Avenue, between Forty-ninth and Fiftieth streets. BOULEVARD.?THE GREAT SALE OF LOTS ON THE Orand Iloulevard comes off at 12 to-day, at the Ex change, 111 Broadway. S1IFTH AVENUE LOTS FOR SALE?NORTHWEST corner 118th street, at a bargain. Apply to J. RO ATNE BROWN, 1,2*0 Broadway. TflOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY BROWN J stone House on West Tenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. This is the most desirable block for a residence between Washington square and Twenty-eighth Street. The house Is In good order, and In every way one of the most attractive in the market; will be sold at a bar gain ; terms easy. Apply to HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 fPine street. FOR BALE?THE PROPERTY 421 AND 423 WEST Forty-fourth street, near Ninth avenue, being two full sized lots;on one, two story neat Cottage, with all the modern improvements; on the other, a neat Cottage in Sear and brick Factory in front; will be sold on easy terms, nquire of M. DOUGHTY, 79 Nassau street. TjlOR SALE-THE HANDSOME LOT ON THE SOUTH l_F west corner of Fifth avenue and Forty-seventh street, 25.5x100, elegant situation tor a residence. FOX BROTHERS, 592 Sixth avennc. For coal, wood, lumber or stone business.? Valuable leasehold of three Lots, on West Twenty third street, near river. Apply to D. THOMPSON, 1,4)0 Broadway House for sale.?in west forty-sixth street, three story high stoop brown stone House, frescoed throughout, and In thorough order, with or with out elegant Furniture; price low. Apply to HENRY A. smith, i,2s*i Broadway. 'OTRYKER'S bay HOTEL TO LET-ON NINETY-8IXTH O street, near the Hudson, with plenty of ground ; a large dock was built last year at foot of Ninety sixth street; will S>e leased to a good party at a cheap rent. Apply on the premises. 8TH AVENUE.-FOR SALE, TWO BROWN STONE Stores, also a corner Lot, 80x100, one block ttom Cen tral depot; terms very easv, to Close an estate. 0. 0. BHADHUR8T, 61 Liberty street ic/JTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE?THREE OD elaborately finished Houses, 25x65x100: one atgreat bargain to an early applicant Stephens BROTHERS, 187 Broadway, street floor. <t99 nnn EACH for 'those FOUR STORY <P4uZuUUl f brown stone Bonnes on West Forty-sixth Street; all modcrji Improvements; the most desirable In he city at the price. Apply at 13?, on the premises. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO LET. A DELIGHTFUL VILLA RESIDENCE FOR SALE? -IX- Northwest corner Gates and Franklin avenues, Brooklyn; house 42x40, extension 30x32, stable 20x22, ground 110x100; shade and fruit trees, garden and cnxiitet ground; niico $25,000; terms easy. Apply to W. F. JOR DAN, Hl'iriO street, New York, or on tlie premises. A NEAT LITTLE HOUSE AND LOTS 78 AND 80 JA. Skillnaiii avenue, near Leonard street, William bur*, for sale sale cheap, within 15 minutes' walk of all the ferries. Apply r.n premises. A BARGAIN.-THREE THREE STORY HIGH stoop basement brick Houses, 19.8 by 40, lots 100 teet, situated within 16 minutes ot Cathailtie and Rridge street terries, will be mid at a great sacrifice; rents for $1,800 1>er annum; all the cash required Is$.1,500. For narticu ars addle ?t OWNER, box KB Herald offlce, or call on him at (H Delaneey street, corner of Orchard street. A TWO STORY AND BASEMES'T HOUSE FOR sale, iu Brooklyn; water and gas; worth $5,000; for *?_0. SMITH, owner, Frankfort House, 202 William st. Brooklyn.-for sale, on df.an street, near New York a\enue, an elegant House anil Grounds; , lot S7K feet front by "5 teet deep; bouse contains all lin iirovcioents; price-low and terms to suit. For iurtUcr par Lcaiars addrcai LiNilSbY, Herald otlku. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE AMD TO LET. Fob sale?fibst class cobneb property, with Grocery; busineiw establishedi 'or the laat l? yearn. For further particulars inquire at 194 Division ave nlie, Brooklyn, E. u. OB BALE-A DESIBABLE HOTOB AND plot, 51x100, tn East Williamsburg, thirty minutes firom city; $1,9110 cash: good Investment. HMn il A GILLESPIE, 19 Park place, room 14. FOR BALE VERY LOW OR To BENT?FIRST CLASS brown atone House 4# First place: will be put In per fect order. Apply to J. M. PINCKNEY, 71) Cedar street. IN BBOOKLYN ?TO LET, A SMALL, NEAT THREE story brick Boose, S3 Fort Green place. Inquire on the premise*, IVom NK A. M. to 4 P M., or of A. WOOD BUFF, 70 West Forty-sixth street TO LET?WITH STEAM POWER, TWO WELL lighted Floors, 43x50. Apply at the Greenpoint Iron Foundry, corner of Quay and Washington streets, Green point, L. I. TO LET?IN BROOKLYN, E. D., NINE MINUTES from ferry, four pleasant Rooms, on second floor, In good order; gas and water, good neighborhood ; to a small lamily, without children, rent only $20. Address A. A., Herald office. 110 LET?RENT $1,000?TO A GOOD TENANT. THE three story and basement brick House 416 Henry street, Brooklyn ; ten minutes from South ferry; good lo cation; modem improvements; a bargain. Apply as above. TO LET-IN williamsburg. pleasantly Lo cated. within 15 minutes of ferries to New York, House, nearly new; ten rooms, largo cellar, marble mantels, water and gas; rent $450 per year. Inquire at the prem ises, 18 Orient avenue, of E. CONKLIN. Take cars to cor ner North Second street and Bush wick avenue. ill K AAA -ONLT $3,1X10 DOWN; furnished <P1? or unfurnished? cheapest and most com plete House; brick, three stories and basement; on Hicks street, for sale or rent. THOMAS P. PAYNE, 34 Myrtle avenuo. WEsiTCHESTEK COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO RENT. AT YONKERS.?TO LET, A BRICK HOUSE ON j\. Buena Vista avenue; two stories, attic and exten sion, IS rooms, gas throughout nnd water, high ground, 2M feet from the Hudson; line view; only 15 minutes' walk irom new depot and lOfroin steamboat landing, lot 25x900; rent $800. O. WEBSTER, Buena Vista aveuuo, Vark street, Yonkers; Post office box 280. A FARM OF 50 ACRES, IN BEDFORD, WEST Chester county, N. Y., for sale.?About 30 acres till able and balance In wood land; terms easy. For particu lars inquire of JOHN BESSON, 203 Chambers street, Now York. A TWO STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK HOUSE, OR two, 45 minutes from Brooklyn ferry, to let; $21) month; worth double; 9rooms; good neighborhood. Ap ply to Mr. CROMWELL, room 4, Si Liberty street A?FINEST FARM IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, OF ? 70 acres, to exchange for citv Tenements; good trade for some builder. MYERS, SIlfPMAN A 8LAUSON, Broadway, corner Twenty-ninth street. A FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET?IN WESTCHES tor county, 14 minutes IVom New York; contains nine rooms; rent $50 por month. Apply to Dr. MOTT, 62 Madi son avenue. CENTRAL AVENUE boulevard.?A FINE HOUSE, .sheds and barns, 16 Lots, all In line order, admirably located for a private road house; low rent. A. P. SMITH ft BUO., 1,304 Broadway. For sale?in westcuesteb county, new York. Per acre. Por acre. 227 acres at $90 109 acres at $20,000 92 acres at 100 ISO acres at 80,000 27 acres at 2,200 16 acres at 8,000 2/iucresat 3,000 162 acros at 28,000 22 acres at 3.500 60 acros at 8,000 64 acres at 12,000 65 acres at 15,000 140 acres at 11,000 17)i acres ut 12,000 71 acres at 12,000 150 acres at 26,000 52 acros at 10,500 12>? acres at 8,000 Farms fronting on Central aveuuo :? Per acre. Per acre. 176 acros nt $366 45 acrcs at $500 220 acres at 550 57 acres at 900 20 acres at 800 65 acres at 1,000 110 acros at 900 170 acres at 1,200 127 acrcs, near the villago limits of Yonkers, at $1,000 per acre. Also, a large number of others on tho Saw Mill River. Sprain and Grassy Sprain roads. POSTER STONE, No. 9 Nassau st., Now York, room 12. For sale?at pelham neck, near the vil lago of Westchester, several tine Villas and A'illa Sites, having frontage on Eustchcster Bay, and command ing extensive views of land and water; the neighborhood is excellent and access to tho city by water convenient and pleasant; tho new Portcliester nnd New York Rail road will run adjacent to tin) property; prices very reasonable; terms easy. Apply to P. LORILLARD, 16 Chambers street. FOR BALE-IN MOUNT VERNON, A MODERN BUILT House, with carriage house, gas nnd hot air; terms easy. Apply to NICHOLS A cafferty, 93 Fourth avenue, New York, or to owner, 861 Tenth avenue, Mount Vernon. IflOR SALE-HOUSE, BARN AND FOUR ACRES OF 1 Land in the town of White Plains. For particulars inquire of W. A. MAUTERSTOCK, 121 William street. FOR 8ALE AND TO LET?TWO 24X40 TWO STORY basement and Mansard roof Houses, on Third ave nue and 142d street. North New York, containing 12 rooms, gas and water; one with stable ana garden, at low rent Apply to E. gustaveson, 142d street, near Third avenue. FOR SALE OR TO let-A PLACE AT RYE NECK, one mile from Marauroneck depot, Now Haven Rail road; cottage House, house for gardener, grapery. Ac.; farming utensils, horses,cows, Ac., on tho place; will be sold with 18 or 9 acres. Apply to D. A. GRANT, 879 B road way. /greenwood lot for SALE.?A HANDSOMELY vX located, full size circular Lot, lu tho old grounds. Address GREENWOOD, Herald offlco. Most positive, absolute and unconditional Lot sale ever made will be that of the John 8. Ber gen estate, Brooklyn, to be sold by JEltE. JOHNSON, Jr.. at auction, next Tuesday, April 23, at 12 o'clock sharp, at Exchunge Salesroom, 111 Broadway. Sixty per cent on mortgage for three years. Maps now ready at ofticc of J EKE. JOHNSON, Jr., 25 Nassau street, New York. TO LET?IN MORRI8ANIA, FOUR MINUTES FROM depot, a fine House, pleasantly situated on high ground; ten rooms; gas; Vj acre ground; irult and shade trees; very rare chance. Apply to W. G. APPLETON. room 6, No. 1 Bond street TO LET?AT TARRYTOWN, ONE HOUR FROM THE city, a handsomely furnished House; four acres of lawn, abundance of all kinds of fruit, stabling for six horses, with water and gas; five minutes from depot; fine view of the Hudson. Apply to GEORGE 8. 1IANFORD, SI Pine street, or 223 West Twenty-second street d?Q/rA PER ANNUM.?AT WEST MOUNT VERNON, ?pO? MJ Westchester county, two minutes frorfi depot, a very desirable Residence, 12 rooms; hot air furnace; fine garden; high, healthy location. Apply at Mrs. LOWE'S, No. 1 First stroet, coriror Bowery. JBR8EY CITY. HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BEHOES REAL ESTATE. For Sale. A LARGE SELECTION OF HOUSES ON JERSEY City Heights, including Cottages, French roof and other modern styles, Man-ions with extensive grounds, Ac., situated in choice locations; also Suburban Property, In plots, by the acre. john H. platt; opposite Court House. Jersey City Heights. OR sale OR TO LET-JERSEY CITY HEIOHTS. _ three new three story sub-cellar brick,nouses; all improvements; rent $550 to $700. Apply on premises. Montecello avenue, hall block south of Grand street; good location. J. WHITKCAH. F To Let or Ltaae. HOBOKEN.?TO LET, IMMEDIATELY, OR ON THE 1st of May, Parlor Floor aud Basement, eight rooms, in good order, with all modern Improvements; rent monthly; good location; upper part of Meadow street, No. 2-JO. A PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT. All wanting farms?good soil, mild cli mate?for papers address C. K. LANDlS, Vineland, N. J. A SPLENDID NEW HOUSE, WITH TWELVE ROOMS, all modern Improvement*, will be sold very low; fix cltv Lots with It; shade and fruit. Owner, 8. CA IIILL/Cranford, N. J., on the Central Railroad, 50 min utes from New York. SMALL HOTEL FOR SALE?SALT WATER BATH lug; near tho city; value $1H,000; price $12,000, only $2,000cash. S C. SMITH, owner, Frankfort House, 202 William street A NICE IIOU8E-AT ROCKVILLE CENTRE, L. I.; three-fjuarter acre of ground : fruit nnd shade; threo minute-from depot; 17 miles from city; churches and schools; $0,000; terms easy. C. F. COMBS, 170 Broadway. AT NEW brighton, 8. I? UPPER AND LOWER Terraces and vicinity.?Several first class furnished and unfurnished Houses; some nt moderate rent*. A" COLLINS, S3 Pine street AT THE SEASIDE?$2,500 WILL BUY A PRETTY Gothic Cottage at Roekaway, L. I. Also Cottages to let, front $100 to $.100. Apply to owner, at 237 Greenwich street AT VERY reasonable RENT, 45 MINUTES' TRIP, nlco Home at Flushing; fluent avenue and location; near depot; fruit, gas, Ac. GEO. E. WALKER, 112 Broadway, room 2. A?A.?A.?LADIES WHO LOVE A charming ? country home, urge your husbands to take you to the great auction sale or the Frit* Koenig Mansion, at Col lege Point, next Saturday afternoon. April 27. The finest train of cars ever run in the United States has been char tered for the occasion, and you and your husbands will have the opportunity to bid at a positive, absolute, uncon ditional auction sale on the most superb residence and grounds In the vicinity of New York. 15 percent on mort 5age. Maps and free tickets at office of JERE. JOHNSON, b., 25 Nassau street New York. A NICE HOUSE AND EIGHT LOTS FOR SALE?8IT uated at Annandale station, Staten Island; also 10 extra Lots; terms easy. Reference* at E. Moneu.sc A Duparqiiel s, :(n (ireene street A T NEW BRIOHTON?TO RENT, SEVERAL BRICK JV Cottages, furnished and unfurnished, near the ferry; rent* $750 to 41,300. WINAN8, SANDS A GARRETTSON, Auctioneers, 55 Liberty street A handsome COTTAGE, SEVEN ROOMS, 22 MIN ntes from East Thirty-fourth street, price $2,750; monthly payments; rent $250; ;'#?l>h ?t "tllce; other* bA/i A'iAN, 401 Fourth avenue, corner Twenty eighth street At seaside, near long branch, TWO highly prized Lots, graded, are offered to purchasers; both fiver and ocean iront; money last year could not buy them. HARDENBKIU1H .? CO., 1,271 Broadway. A STORIA-FOR SALE. CHEAP, on EASY TERMS, ii. or to let, a Cottage containing H rooms, heater Ac., In pertout order; possession. NICHOLS A CAr KbKTl, 93 Fourth avciun', ami 1,4'J/ Hroadway. AT A sacrifice-TWO BEAUTIFUL FIRST CLASS Houses, new, three story and basement, with heater, range, wuter, gas, marble mantels, Ac.; splendid parlors; choice neighborhood; only $1,500 required ; a lew min utes' walk from Thirty fourth street terries. Eleventh afreet and Jackson itvuuuu, Long iaUud City. PROPERTY OFT Or Tffl CITY FOR 8AliE OR TO RK?T. Avery fine summer and winter country Residence to let or lease. Acres of irruund; house 4SxfiO, with wings; live rulles from Sprint; street terry : live minutes' walk from land inu, OD tiM west hunk of the Huil aon; tiMniiTi rltw; low to a responsible party. Apply to owner, MThird street, near Bowery. AT RIVERSIDE?ATTIt ACTIVE SHORE FRONT Residence for sale; 14 noma, carriage house, Ac ; 10 acres: choice fruit; no fevers or musquitves. Address J. W. ATWATl.K, Riverside station, Com. A SPLENDID FARM <>K 107 ACRE8 OP GOOD LAND, uear Keyport. Monmouth couuty, N. J., with good Bouse and all necessary outbuildings, In Kood order; price $10,(100, or will trade for desirable Property In New York, Hrooklvn or Jersey City. Address MONMOUTH EX CHANGE, Post office box S5, Jersey t'lty. No agents. Avert valuable water power, near new. ark, NJ, for sale; convt nient to eunal and rail road, price $tift,000. A. L. giese A CO., Pine fct A?A.?TI1K most SUPERB TRAIN OP oars EVER ? run In the United States (bold bnt true assertion) will convey capitalists and investors, rain or shine, free, to the great sale of the Frlti Koenlg Mansion and Grounds, at College Point, L I., next Saturday afternoon, April 27. The owner, having taken up his permanent residence in Europe, has sent positive instructions to Adolph Pappen husen, Esq., to sell his valuiihlo property at public sale, without regard to price. Train will leave via .lames slip and Thirty fourth street ferries at 2 o'clock. 75 per cent on mortgage. For maps and tickets apply to JEHE. JOHNSON, Jb., Auctioneer, 85 Namu street. New York. Avery comfortable ANI) fully FUENISBRD Cottage at Catsklll, at the lauding, to rent for the summer, at $Cl>0; with garden, stable, Ac. Apply to E. II. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine street or 35 East Seventeenth street. Best investment in the world?better than stocks, government bonds or savings banks. These at best pay only 7 per cent, while Lots purchased on the John S. Bergen estate next Tuesday, April 23, will net 100 per cent in 12 months. Mups now ready at the office Of JERK. JOHNSON, Jr., tft Nassau street. N. Y. ^JllEAP FARMS I FREE HOMES! On the lino of the UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. A land grant of 12.000,000 acres of the best farming and mineral Lands In America. 3,000.000 acres In Nebraska in tho great Platto Valley, the garden of the West, now for sale. These lands are In the central portion of the United States, on the forty-first degree of north latitude, the cen tral line of the great temperate zone of the American Continent, and for grain growing aud stock raising unsur passed by any in the United States. CHEAPER IN PRICE, more favorable terms given, and more convenient to market than can bo found elsewhere. FREE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS. The best locations for colonies. Soldiers entitled to a homestead of 180 acres. Free passes to purchasers of land. Send for the new descriptive pamphlet, with new maps, published In English, Herman, Swedish and Dnnl?h, mailed free everywhere. Address O. P. DAVIS, Land Commissioner, U. P. It. R. Company, Omaha, Neb. /CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED?FARM, 47 ACRES, \ J three miles IVom railroad station, 8% hours from New York, near largo town; convenient to churches, schools, stores, Ac.; 3n acres clear, rich, productive lands; good house, tenant house, barn, hog house, smith shop and wood-turning shop; splendid water power; tine spring at house; plenty of fruit; price, Includmg farming Implements, live stock and machinery In mill, only $2,500; terms 1,200, balance $300 yearly; must be sold. Address box 26 Post office, Stroudsburg, Pa. COTTAOE HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS TO RENT? Partially furnished, 1U hour from city, In New Jer sey, with large garden ; good water and new stable; rent $(*? a year; or unfurnished, $400. Apply to S. HASTINGS ORANT, 104 Broadway. DO NOT BUY A COUNTRY OR CITY HOME UNTIL you have attended the great auction sale of the beau tiful Mansion aud Grounds belonging to Fritz Koenig, Esq., situated at College Point, L T.; to bo sold positively, abso lutely and without reserve, by ordor of Adolph Pappen husen, Esq., on the premises, ut 3 o'clock I*. M., Saturday, April 27. The tlnest train of cars ever rnn out of the city will convey capitalists and inventors tree. Maps and ticket* at office of J ERB JOHNSON, 25 Nassau street, N. Y. Desirable Cincinnati property, improved and unimproved, for sale or exchunge; $173,000; $100,000 cash will bo added for good, Improved city prop erty. E. (J. LOCKE, 139 Eighth street, opposite Clinton Hill IjlARMS ON LONG ISLAND.?60 ACRES, ALL WORK 1 ing; you can stop right in; 100 acres, good building, fruit, Ac.; in village ; convenient to city and depot; will exchange. E. A. coneling, 2l8 Pulton street. Farm for SALE?61 acres, near RAHWAY, N. J.; price $'J,000. JOSEPH E ALLEN, Railway, N. J. Farm to let?to acres, between tarrytown and White Plains. Appiy to S. EMUERSON, G59 Sixth avenue. JTIOR SALE?IN BELLEVILLE, N. J.-A NEAT TWO T stoTy frame House, situated In Main street, contain ing nine rooms, with modern Improvements; terms easy. For further particulars apply at 210 West Fifteenth street, New York. For SALE.?NICE COUNTRY SEAT; water front. 28 acres, good improvements, healthy placo (Isllp, L. I.), l',i hours of city. A bargain for $6,(KM. LAWS, 118 Perry street. For SALE?a HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, ACRE LAND, 1 in tic* from depot, 1 hour from New York by Morris and essex Railroad; plenty of fruit and everythiun complete. Price $2,000 can remain Apply to J. A. CARL, 23. Maiden lane. For sale?valuable manufacturing prop erty, a short distance from the city; I a rue Building, 50-horse power engine: direct communication by water and rail. Address vv. b. B., box 8^88Pott office. Ij^OR BALE?NEAR WEST POINT, ONE OF THE 1 finest places on tho Hudson?316 acres, 00 acres lawn; House, 20 rooms; billiard room, bathrooms, hard wood mantels; all modern Improvements; gardener and coach man's houses; grapery, |mnls ond stables; view unsur passed; fruit of all kinas upon the premises; line stream Of water near house; will lie sold at a bargain to close au estate. Apply to JACOB D. vermllye, Merchants'Na tional Bank, Wall street, New York. For sale cheap?a bargain ?at wbstfield, N. J., a two story French roof House; 14 rooms; ltir nlshed or unfurnished; immediate possession. Address HOUSE, box 6,060 Post office, New York. For sale or to let?at grand view station, on the Hudson, one hour from city by Northern Rail road, modern Cottage, nine rooms, three-quarter acre, In garden and lawn: fine river front for boating, Ac. Apply to W. H. platt, at depot, or address 1'iermoiit Port office. For sale or to let?at oreenville, n. j., 20 minutes from New York by New Jersey Central Rail road, several new and desirable Houses, at low prices and on easy terms. Inquire of john MORRELL, Greenville. For sale or to let?on the Hudson, on main road between Nyack and Plermont, two minutes' walk from Grand View station (Northern Railroad of New Jersey), a delightful Residence, in splendid order and furnished throughout: three acres of land, tastefully laid out; stable, carriage bouse and other outbuildings. Loca tion unsurpassed lor health and scenery; fishing, bathing ami boating. Very desirable for a gentleman's family. Distance per railroad one hour. Owner going to Europe. Rent trom middle of May to Docembcr, $1,200. For tur ther particulars inquire of A. MICHEL, care ot F. Llado A Co., 132 and 134 Maiden lane. For sale or to let?furnished, a country Seat at Greenwich, Conn.; few ininulcs' walk from railroad depot; with new carriage house and stable; comprising one acre cultivated land, containing grapery und fruit in abundance. Inquire at 112 East Fifty-eighth street, between Lexington and Fourth avenues, from 7 to ii) A. M. and 2 to 4 p M. For sale or to rknt?a desirable cottage of nine rooms, lot 125x56 feet, situated In West New Brighton, S. I.: value, $4,000; rent, $400. Apply to JOHN BON A higgin8, 89 Wall street. _ For sale or to let?a place at rye neck, one mile from Mamaroneck depot, New Haven Rail road ; cottage house, house for gardener, grapery, Ac.; farming utensils, horses,cows, Ac., on the place; will be sold with 18 or 9 acres. Apply to D. A. GRANT, 879 Broadway. x Furnished house?nine rooms, fine loca. tlon, with Horse and Carriage and Cow; also unfur nished Houses, one of eight rooms, large lot, $300; one of nine rooms, 12 acres, barn, Ac., $3.V); one of 11 rooms, four acres, $700; fruit of all kinds; one hours' ride in New Jer sey ; convenient to depot CAMPBELL, PIKRSON A CO., 1# Park place. IilURNISlIED HOUSE TO RKNT-OF ii ROOMS, ' about one hour on the Northern Railroad of New Jersey, with six acres of ground, stable, fruit, brook and shade ; terms $1.V) a month for the summer, $1,000 per year. Apply toS. HASTINGS GRANT, 106Broadway. Furnished house to let?in flushing, for four or six months, about ten minutes from depot; ten rooms, with Stable and Carriage House: two acres of Ground. Apply to R. 8. BOWNE, No. 7 Hurling slip. Great speculation.?handsome, healthy Residence, 14 rooms; 44 acres Improved land: finest water and landscape view on Stolen Island; ll? mile from lauding; depot within 200 yards; $14,000; terms easy ; 10 aeres can be sold off in lots for more than cost of whole property. DAKRIN, fio Broad street Hackensack and vicinity.?for sale and to let, some furnished Country Seats and Cottages. All prices. Send for printed description. E. M. mason, No. 1 Chambers street. House to let?at in wood, neab depot, twenty minutes from Thirty-first street, by Hudson River Railroad: In complete order, nartlally furnished; ample grounds and all required facilities for a comfortable home ; locality delightful; Immediate possession given. Applv to JACOB DCHIMMKRHORN; Inwood; or R. MACDONALD, m Broadway, New York. Madison, n. j.?larue house to rent, fcr tilshcd or unfurnished; 56x50 feet: two stories; lawn handsomely shrubbed and shaded with old trees; Ice house filled; stable, Ac. ALFRED M. TREDWELL, 69 West Broadway. MILBCRN, N J . ONE IIOI'R FROM NEW YORK and three minutes' walk from depot.?To rent, a mod ern built House, containing 10 rooms new, with large gar den and lrnit trees. Innniru of J. SMITH, Milhurn, or E. k UARBl'TT A CO.. 43 Warren street. New York. METUCHEN, N. J.?14 ACRES, GOOD TRUCKING, 300 peach trees, 250 Concord grapes, \ acre aspara gus, blackberries, gooseberries, Ac., large hotbed, good larm house, barn, wagon house, Ac.; mile from depot; pi Ice $o,ono. CAMPBELL. PIBBBON A CO, h, Park place. Nyack.-FOR sale OR RENT, TWO COTTAGES on the river, near the Institute; 11 rooms; modern Im provements; bathing and fishing;possession at once;rent $5oo and $700. w. amiiler, 487 Broadway. Nyack.?the most elegant residence in ny ack for sale; on the river; just finished ; 18 rooms: all modern improvements; adjoining the Institute grounds. Inquire at 28 West Forty-seventh street, or ad dress R. C., box 6,iwo Post office. Nyack.?for sale or to let, u miles from city, on Northern Railroad of New Jersey, a House; basl3 rooms; 1>? acre; perfectly healthy; floating anil fishing; immediate possession. Apply to M. J. KANE, 237 Broadway, basement, from :>to h1', A. M. and i to P. M. Nyack ?to LET, a small house, location central; terms moderate. Inquire at 321 West Twenty-ninth street, or GEORGE SMITH'S store, corner Plermont and Bird streets, Nyack. ORANGE, N. J., AND VICINITY (SPECIALTY) - Pleasant Homes, $:i,000 and $60,0110; furnished and un. furnished Houses to rent; Property to exchange. 1. u. (JERKY, 3y Nassau street, room 31* PROPERTY OUT OP THE CITY" ,POR HALE OR TO KENT. PASSAIC AND CLIKTIW, N. J.-WF. MAKE A specialty of improved und unimproved Protwrty there; bargains are olj'ered to purehascrs. SMITH A GILLESPIE. If l'ark place, room 14. Rent $100.?to let. a neat cottage op six rooms, near the Plaltckill Mountain House, Catskill; Furniture and Cow if deslrud. Apply at 69 Wert Twenty third street SOUTH OBANOB. N. J-TO LET OB FOB SALE, AN elegant Hoiue, 11 all modern improvements; rent$8J0. Inquire of E. B. WOODWARD, 2*1 Ninth ave nue, corner ol Twenty-firth street. TO LET?PA KM AT MORRI8TOWN, N. J., 112 ACRES, near depot; house 40x30; liarn, An.; irutL flowing sprint?; rent $400. Apply to THEODORE AYERES, Mor rlstown, or II. W. IK\ INti CLABK, 11$ IVurl street To LBT?MANSION house, OBANOB; AN ELEc ANT new building; also City Hotel, 847 anil mi) Broail street, Newark, 'AW feet deep; rent (2 300. Aildrew R. W. HOLMES, Orange, N. J. TO LET-AT RAVBNSWOOD. L. I., THBBB TBBT njj. slrahle Houses of 8, 10 and 12 rooms, pleasantly sitli atcd ; accessible In 45 minutes front Peck slip ; remit mod erate. Inquire of J. li. HOPKINS (Freemun A Baker), 35 Chambers street, flrom 11 to I o'clock, or at Kavenswood. rno LET?DESIRABLE HOUSE; THREE ACRES UN I tier cultivation; two miles trom depot, l'aterson, N. J.; yearly rent $240. SMITH A GILLESPIE, 19 Park place, room 14. TO LET?TWO HOUSES, KOR POUR MONTHS, ON the Hudson, in a romantic locality; one furnished. Address, for fiitocn days, JAMES A. TICHENOR, Ron dout, N. Y. TO LET-IN ASTORIA, 35 MINUTES FROM PECK slip, a House with water, k?s, range, furnace, Ac.; nine rooms, and complete stable; rent $700. Apply to A. AW. II. JACKSON, coal otlicc, Astoria, or address box 654 Post office, Yonkers, N. Y. TO LET?AT GARDEN CITY, 11 KM I'STEAD. L. I., 10 Houses, with nil the modern Improvements, Including coach houses; rapid and frequent Connection with the city. For particulars inquire of Alexander T. Stewart's Agent, Broadway and Chambers street, between 12 and 3 P. M. rno LET?1W MILE FROM LAKF, MAHOPAC AND X depot, on l'eekskill turnpike, 2>? story double House, Just paiuteil, unfurnished, with fid acres; garden, orchard, every fruit, two barns; rent $60". Photograph at E. H. LUDLOW A CO.'S, No. 3 I'ine street. New York. mo LET?MONTCLAIR, N. J.-FROM MAY TO NO J vember, large House, furnished, and B^rtis; room for Bix horses; harness and Rockaway ami stable equip ments; garden, pasture, fruits, Ac., complete. Address J. 11. parsons, 30 W illiam street. Now York. To LET?IN NEWARK, N. J., TWO NEW FBBNCH roof Cottage Houses, each containing ten rooms ami nil modern Improvements; five minutes' walk from depot; rent low Apply to THOMAS O'CONNOR, 867 Broad street, Newark, N. J. rjpo LBT?ON THE 8BA SHORE, BLTINGVILLB, J. Stuten Island, partially tarnished House; about one hour from city; early ana late trains; Imtliing, fishing ami yachting at tbo door; rent $600. Permits of A. JOURNEAY, No. 1 l'me street TO LET-FURNISHED?A FIRST CLASS COUNTRY Residence, Stable, Ac., on Lather's Hll), New llo cheiie, Westchester county, containing four acres ill Har den and lann , rent low to a private family. Apply to C. OARTHjLB, 48 Frttnklln street To LET?AT WAYBRLEY, N. J., MIDWAY BBTWBBN Newark and Elizabeth, a Cottage, containing 12 rooms, with gardcu attached; fruit and shade trees; and only five minutes' walk from depot. Terms moderate. Apply to HENRY MEEKER, opposite the premises, or by letter to box 77, Newark, N. J. To LBT?AT COLLEGE POINT, L. I., THE ISLAND known as Van Wyck's Point, consisting of 17 acres, beautifully laid out anil containing a magnificent resi dence, more tlinti half furnished; stables, currlagc house, laundry, barns, liat.hlng and boat lKiuses, Ac.; large or chard ; 20 minutes frtfm New York ; trains every halt hour. Model can bo seen and permits obtained at 324 Madison avenue. JOHN OWEN. TO LET?AT CLIFTON, STATEN ISLAND, A NICE House, containing 12 moms, with gas, good water, garden, shade trees and barn; 10 minutes' walk from terry; liorsc railroad passes the door; rent $500, Address W. B. ToWNSEND, 40 Broadway, room 39, or No. 10 Bible Mouse. TO LET?NEAR VANDERBILT LANDING, S. I? A convenient, fully famished House, with stable and grounds, in a desirable location. O. J. GREENFIELD, No. 2 Nassau stroet TO LET?ELEGANT FURNISHED RESIDENCE, thirteen rooms; one hour on Long Island; with milk, butter, eggs, fruit and vegetables In abundance; $800; season or year. Apply to JOHN SHIRLEY A SON, 81 Cedar street TO LET-AT CENTREVILLE, N. J., 7,1-, MILES PROM New York,' 50 trains dally, a two story House, con taining 10 rooms; lot67x150 iict;ncar depot; rent $400. Apply to FREDERICK BAYLIES, 90 llrotd st., New York. TO LET?ORANGE, MONTROSE MOUNTAIN SIDE Andy lo ited stone residence, fully furnished; all modern Improvements; stables, three acres lawn, garden; near depot; excellent neighborhood. HAMILTON A WALLIS, No. 9 Nassau street N. Y. 110 LET?PORT RICHMOND, 8. I., COTTAGE HOUSE, . containing seven comfortable rooms, heater, Barret, guli-cellar, burn, cistern anil well; water lip aiul down stairs and all the modern improvements-, lot StlxltMl; one minute's walk froui the ferry. Inquire at Mr. Hathven's shoe store. Shore mud, Fort Richmond, or at 133 William street, New York. TO LEASE?DOCKS AND WHARVES, IN NEWARK, N. J.; 4457 feet on Passaic River and same on Morris Canal; location lor lumber, coal or brick yard. Apply to QKORQB w. uo.i Kit, <17 Duune street, Hew York. TO RENT?A FINE HOUSE OF 13 ROOMS, HAMD Homely furnished, at $250 monthly, for the summer. Address box S3 Post dBM, Orange, N. J. TO BENT?$1,800 PBB ANNUM, AT PLAINFIELD, N. J., a commodious furnished House, with modern Improvements: 12 acres of Lund attached; situated con veniently both to Scotch Plains and PlaiuAchl stations. For particulars address F. W., box 2,434 Post office, New York. OAA ACRES OF TIMBER LAND, FOUR HOURS' 4UU ride from New York, two miles from depot: will exchange for Western Lund; Iowa preferred; price $11) per acre. Address C. B., box 108 Ueruld Uptown Branch office, 1,265 Broadway. <fc/i r;0 ~TO LET?AT RUTHERFORD PARK. N. ?pT'M/. J.,* on Erie Railway, a House containing nine comfortable room*; live minutes from station. In quire of ED. W. DEAN, 130Church street, or at station. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. A 14 ACRE PLACE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A fine country residence, near the city, with stable, cowhouse, hennery, line fruits shrubbery, Ac. Photo graphs at office ot'li. W. DITCHETT, No. 2 New Chambers street A -WESTCHESTER COUNTY, 14 MILES FROM CITY, ? six acres Ground and nice House to exchange for City Lots to improve. MYERS, SIIIPMAN A SLAUSON, Broadway, corner Twenty-ninth street. A GENTLEMAN, OWNING HALF A BLOCK, with good dwelling and outhouses, worth over $101,000, on Washington Heights, would exchange It for whole or part of a first class well established thrifty Business; $30,(100 mortgage on property. Address WM. NELSON, Herald office. AT 1,284 BROADWAY-FARMS AND COUNTRY Seats wanted to exchange for Improved anil unim proved Real Estate in New York city. A. WARNER PL ATT, 1,284 Broadway, between Thirty-third and Thirty fourth streets. A?WE HAVE fine RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS ? at Orange, on best street, to exchange for city House; rare chance for somebody. MYERS, SHtPMAN A SLAUSON, Broadway, corner Twenty-ninth street. A COUNTRY PLACE, f,ij ACRES, 40 MINUTES FROM Forty-seoond street; brick House, modern, fronting on Boulevard; exchange for city House, near Fourth ave nue. MYEKS, SllIl'MAN A SLAUSON, Broadwav, corner Twenty ninth street Exchange for merchandise-two three storv brick Houses in rlty, between Grand Boulevard and Central Park. Address MERCHANDISE, Herald office. I EXCHANGE.?IQUITY NEW YORK TENEM10 NT AND J Store Property. $12,000; also first class New York and Brooklyn Property for llrst class Country Scat. Principals Inquire at78 llcckiuiin street, third floor. TjlOR UNENCUMBERED NEW YORK OR ADJACENT r Property or first Mortgages?3,000 acres Land in Emanuel and Tutnull counties Georgia. Address box 7S9 Post office. IjlOR SALE OR EXCANGE?FOR A SMALL HOUSE IN ' the city. Twentieth ward preferred, a superb Farm of 175 acres, in Orange county, with good buildings and in a good state of cultivation, within two miles of railroad and two miles of canal. On the above is a One blue stone auarry. said to be one of the best in the State. Inquire of I. DOUGHTY, 79 Nassau street. "IjlOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?700 ACRES IN X1 Tompkins, Delaware county, New York, near Can nonsvlllf, $M,tlOO; 440 acres and buildings, fine farm, $13,300; 80,fi0U acres mineral and timber lands, Morgan * county, Tennessee, $2 per acre; 225 acres, Reynolds county, Missouri, $5; 2,000 acres, Emmanuel county, Georgia. Titles perfect; guaranteed. E. W. BALL, 202 Broadway. 1M? SALE?OR WILL EXCHANGE FOR A COUNTRY 1 Hotel, on account of ill health, one of the finest fitted up Bar, Restaurant anil Billiard Rooms in the city, with ladles'and gents' Restaurant attached. Iuqitirc at odd Fellows' saloon, corner Grand and Centre streets. I" lOR SALE, EXCHANGE OR TO LET?A OENTLE mun's Country Residence, sitnuted on Passaic River, Ruthorlurd Park, N. J.; contains all the modern improve ments; three acres ground; stable, Ice house and hennery. Address W., box 215 Herald offico. T7IOR SALE, RENT OR EXCHANGE-POR A SMALL X1 house or good lots on east side?The elegant, new four story Dwelling 350 Fifty-seventh street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues; basement, parlors and second story finished in hard woods; third ami fourth floors painted in colors, basoment and vestibule In oil: unsurpassed loca tion ; come and see It; owner means business and invites only business men. 8>J till 5)^. _ _ mo EXCHANGE?GOOD-PAYING TENEMENT PROP A crty for Dwelling Houm*. Address H. K. M., Herald Uptown Hranrh l,2f?A Broadway. ____ TO EXCHANGE?A VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROP crty, In West Broadway. New York, tor a good Farm. HENRY S. DRURY A CO., Peterson, N. J. PROPOSALS, LJEALEI > PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE O School Trustees of the Eleventh ward, at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Public Instruction, corner of Grand and Elm streets, until Tuesday, the 30th day of April, 1872, and until 1 o'clock P. M on said day, for the Desks Heats. Ac , required for the new school hou.se cor ner of'Sheriff and Stanton streets. Also at the same time anil place, proposals w ill be re ceived for the "Steam Heating Apparatus" lor said school '"p'lans and specifications may he seen at the office of the Superintendent of Buildings and Repairs, 148 Graud street, third floor. . _ . . ... Proposals must contain Ihe names of two responsible sureties, or they will not be considered The Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all of tho proposals offered- aNDKMQN, EDWARD MIEHLING, Board of JOSEPH WANOLER, School Trustees JOSEPH KOCH, Eleventh Ward. R. J. O SULLIVAN, M. D. . NlW Yoax, April 16,1872. FO? SALE. Awkix looatbd cok?kr bakkky for iuia< cheap?In Brooklyn, doing good businessi; rent [?^ with rooms. Apply to THOMAb *>AFFNEY X CO., Auc tioneers, 87 East Houston street AW8LI, LOCATED COKNFR LIttUOR STORK FOR sale cheap?On the cast aide, well owtabllahed and doing good business; runt low. Apply to THOMAS GArF NEY X CO., Auctioneer*, 67 Hint Houston street. A FIRST CLASH CORN ER BAKERY FOR SALE?AT W# Ninth avenue. , A CHANCE IS OFFERED TO PURCHASE RKSI'EC lahle Hoarding House, handitomoly furnished, full of hoarders, or halt' luterest will be Hold to agreeable party. MOODY X CO., 183 Broadway. A FORTUNE FOR AN ENTERPRISING MAN?THE Corner Stand, consisting of 111), 141 and 142 West Washington Market, better known as Hall's Produce Ex chance, will be sold cheap. For particulars apply to E. II ALL X CO., on the spot. A FIRST CLASS BAKERY FOR SALE CHEAP? Best stand lit this city; also Pastry Bakeries, Con fectioneries, Fancy Goods Stores Milk Depots and Routes. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street. A BROADWAY SAMPLE AND LUNCH ROOM FOB sale ut low price; also Restaurants, Hotels, Millard Saloons, Cigar and Tobacco Stores, Boot and Shoe Stores. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar sheet. t CORNER GROCERY STORE FOR SALE?OOOD J\ business location; also Hay and Feed Business, Hardware Stores Distillery Liquor Stores, Photograph Galleries, to let. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street. A -SAFES FOR SALE CHEAP?ONE LARGE SIZE ? Sale, two medium and a small Safe of Herring's, Li 11 i<? X Wilder's inukc, at S. O. QUIRK'S, 72 Maiden lane. A NEWSPAPER OFFICE, CONTAINING MATERIAL enough for throe napers, will he sold ut a great sac rltlee. Address Immediately FRANKLIN, Herald ofttce. A MEAT MARKET FOR SALE?ON THIRD AVENUE. Partner preferred; stand tlrst class: doing a Rood husl ueas; rent $20 a mouth. Inquire at 1,845, Third A vanne. W. BAFFOUR. A?FOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS OLD ESTABLISHED ? Liquor Store, In a populous neighborhood ; doing an Al trado ; terms easy. LLOYD, 2<) Broadway, tlrst floor. A NO. 1 GROCERY STORE FOR SALE?BUSINESS location unsurpassed ; large cash trade; low rcut; unquestionably rare chance. Particulars -I Chambers street. GEORGE W. SIMERS A CO., Store Agency. A FANCY GOODS STORE FOR SALE ?LONG E8TAB J\. llshed business; principal avenue; extensive cash trade; light expenses. Particulars 23 Chambers street. GEORGE W. SIMERS X CO., Store Agency. A FISH AND OYSTER MARKET FOR SALE.? SPLEN did location for extensive business, ('heap If taken immediately. Particulars 23 Chandlers street. GEORGE W. SIMERS X CO., Store Agency. A FIRST RATE PRODUCE COMMISSION STAND for sale. Call at stand No. 5, foot of Murray street. A JEWELRY STORE FOR SALE?WITH A GOOD run of work, on one of the best avenues on tho west side of the city. Address JEWELER, Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,265 Broadway. A RARE CHANCE FOR A LIVE MAN.?VALUABLE Country Drug Store for sale, at Invoice; business $25.1100 to $.Su,OIIO a year; can be easily doubled; grand chance for expansion ; terms liberal; ownor going south. Inquire of D. F. CURLE Y, 27 Now Chambers street. ABARGAIN-THE FRUIT, CANDY AND CIGAR Store, with Fixtures and Stock; must be sold, as the owuer has business In tho country. Iu Bridge, street ferry house, South street AN OPPORTUNITY RARELY FOUND.?COUNTRY Store, established forty years; extensive paying business; populous neighborhood; extensively palron l/.ial. Particulars 23 Chambers street GEORGE W. SIMERS 4 CO., Store Agency. A HALF INTEREST.-ESTABLISHED DOWN TOWN Lunch and Barroom; offered a reliable, experienced party ; rapidly increasing business. 23 Chambers street GEORGE W. SIMERS .1 Co., Store Agency. A CORNER GROCERY AND LIQUOR STORE FOR salt! cheap?In Williamsburg; also the House and Lot, for halt their value. Apply to TIlOS. GAFFNEY X CO., Auctioneers, 67 East Houston street A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR STORE FOR sale cheap, on the east side; doing a good business; a good lease and low rent; If not sold at private sale will bo sold on Thursdav at auction. Apply to THOMAS GAFF NKY A CO., Auctioneers, (>7 East Houston street. A SPLENDID LARGE AND LIGHT STORE, BEST Lo cation in lower pari of city for wholesale trade, No. 29 Bookman, between Nassuu and William streets. In quire of ROSE BROTHERS, corner Spruce and William streets. Bakery to be rold-doino good business and good wagon route. Inquire ut J. McPU ILLII'S', Orchard street, Tmrrytown. F F C1AKE AND BKKAD BAKERY WILL BE HOLD I cheap?Owner has other business to uttend to; baking 16 barrels a week; cash trade of fc!50 a week without out side stores. Inquire at 5H East Fourteenth street. (CORNER LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE CHEAP?DO J lngKOod business; close to ferries, Ac.. In Hunter's Point; a good Icasd; rent low. Apply to THOS. GAFF NEY A CO., Auctioneers, 67 Kast Houston street (lOAL AND WOOD YARD-ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS, J with Leasehold aud Fixtures. Apply at 86 West Twenty-third street. IflEKD BUSINESS, LIVERY STABLE AND PURNI 1 turc Express for sale.?Unusually favorable opportu nity; splendid, established business; Investigate imme diately. 23 Chambers street. GEORGE W. S1MERS A CO., 8tore Agency. IilOR HALF.?A STAND IN WASHINGTON M ARK ET, 1 near otntn gangway, well adapted for batter, cheese,eras, tripe, vegetables, Ac.; price $1,3*). Apply at 199 Washington street, between 10 and 12 o'clock. flOR BALE?A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF SECON? hand Safes of every style, size and make; prices very low. Call aud examine. AMERICAN STEAM SAFE CO., 800Broadway, New York. IjlOR^ALE?AN EXCELLENT CIGAR STORE; FINE ' large doable store; low rent; learn; handsome fixtures; line business place; great bargain. 7?>!? Third avenue, between Forty-seventh and Forty-eighth streets. 17H)R HALE?PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY; LOCATION J first class; owner having other business to attend to will sell cheap, (.'all at the gallery, Third avenue, corner 1.10th street, Ilarlcm Bridge. IfloR HALE? A MILK ROUTE, 15 COWS; ALSO 1 Hellers, Hulls, Horses, Wugons, Stables, Ac.; route upper end of the Island; owner wishes to retire. Addresa MARTIN CLANCY, 165th street and Tenth avenue, Car mansvUle. IilOR SALE?LONG LEASE, LICENSE, STOCK FIX 1 tores of the most complete ami larger Ale, Liquor and Lager Beer Vaults in the city; large business; terms easy; owner retiring; sale positive-.great chance. JOIINSON, I- Frankfort street, basement, 12 to 5. IjlOR SALE?A TOOL CHEST, ALL COMPLETE. WELL ' suited for a sash maker; a bargain. Apply at No. 5 Lispenard street, up stairs, first loft OR SALE-A SECOND HAND SAFE. APPLY TO J. WE1DENFBLD, MS Broadway. TilOR SALE?TIIE MARBLE FOUNTAIN which P stands on the foot of East 120th street. Apply to II. BOYD, 95 Grand street OR SALE?SECOND HAND ROLLHAUS RANGE, cheap. ISrt Woostcr street FOR SALEO, BOOT AND SHOE STORE, DOING A good business; terms easy. For particulars inquire on the premises, 132 Atlantic street, between Clinton and Henry streets, Brooklyn. flOB SALE AT A BARGAIN?A BARB OPPORTt'MTY for a person to do a cash business in house furnishing goods, crockery, A>\?A good, clean Stock fnew), bought for cash at the lowest prices, and not overstocked, in the town of Stamford, Conn,, one of the most flourishing in the State ; trade increasing. Terms cash; amount want ed, about Address tiox Stamford Post office. IflOR SALE-FIRST CLASS CIO4B STORE, ON 1 Broadway; good stock and trade. Apply to A. E. AMES A CO., No. 7 Murray street, room 23. For sale-cheap, easy terms, the lease. Stock and Fixtures of the old established Oyster and chop House, corner Twenty-sixth street and Eighth it. For sale-a lease, good will, STOCK and Fixtures of a Brooklyn Coal Yard, in godd location. Address COAL YARD, box 4.H77 Post ollice. ISOB SALE?BAR AND DINING ROO.VL 71 NEW 1 Church street. IIOR SALE?A MARBLE SODA FOUNTAIN, WITH three draught tubes and ten syrup, with patent cool ers; all complete. Apply at871 West street OR SALE?A LIQUOB STORE. IN A GOOD LOCA _ tlon ; can be bought cheap; must be sold this week, the owner having made up his mind to go into another business. Apply on tlie premises, 412 West Twenty-sev enth street, tor two days. For sale-lot tools and lumrer in shop-, good chance for business, or will trade for real estate In New York or Brooklyn. M()Ol)Y A CO., In3 Broadway. For half.-a first class cigar stand, at 720 Broadway. Inquire between 7 and 8 o'clock P. M. FOR salb?an oysteb SALOON AND RESTAU rant, in a first class neighborhood; can lie bought cheap ; selling on account of the death of the owner. In quire at 835 Third avenue, corner of Fifty first street IjlOR SALE-TWO COUNTERS, 24 AND 1H FEET 1 long; a number of gold Chinese lettered and striped Tea Bins; also a number of Tea Caddies, at 529 Sixth av. I-IOR sale?A first CLASS LIQUOR STORE, WITH ' Lease, Stock and Fixtures; doing a business of $40 a day. Apply atMfl Eighth avenue, corner of Fifty iirst si, BilOR SALE-STOCK, FIXTURES AND LEASE (FOUR ' years) of a Grocery Store, In best City locality. Ap ply at 777 Third a venue, corner Forty-eighth street IjtOR SALE-EIGHT YEARS' LEASE OP ONE OK THE r best business corners in the city of Now York, now occupied as a liquor store: rent for whole bulkllng $1,2U0; price, fixtures Included, 88,000. v ' _W. H. MELICK, 421 Broadway. IjlOR BALE?AN OLD ESTABLISHED PERFUMERY ' and Fancy Soap Business, In good order ; Moulds, Dies, Presses, Receipts, Fixtures and good will; will be sold low If applied lor immediately. Inquire at 13 Park place. For sale-a paying meat, fish and tbgeta ble Market; rent low, fixtures new; good business avenue; price 841*1. good reasons for selling. Address E. FRANKLIN, Herald olflce. IIOR SALB?LIQUOR STORE, DOING OOOD BUSI 1 ness; cheap rent; lice use paid. Apply at No. 2 Stalo street, in ihe store. IBM S \ LE?THE LEASE AND FIXTURES HF A IMS ' lillerv Liquor Store in a good locality; rent 8SM, lease for o years; will be sold cheap Address A. Y., Herald Uptown Branch office, L3R5 Broadway. FOR SALE?a FIRST CLASH FAMILY LIQUOR Store on east side, with or wlthontgtock. Apply between 9 aud 11 o'clock to CARL BEICHStBR, vi st Mark's place. " For hale cheap-bar fixtures, including one 14-foot Bar and 4 pull Ale Pump, and lot of Shelv ing. Can be seen at 0H Fourth avenue, cornet Twenty eighth street. F FOR I9ALK. FOB SALE CHEAP?COPNTKR, SHELVUfo' tms Apply to B. 0. SMITH'S HON A CO , M Pearl'streetj near beekumn. THOR BALK CHEAP?ONE OK THE BEST RECTI KT I Ing Distilleries In the Seventh ward. Apply to PR* Tft ' A MESTERN, No. 6 Allen street, near Canal. SALE CHEAP?AN OLD ESTABLISHED PHOTO, gi aph Cutlery, witli everything in good working ?r der. vldru*?J. H- UoPPEB, box 94 Pout office, liackoa sack, N..' Hotel.--the fubniture, with a six-year* Lease, u 11 Broadway, for sale' at a bargain; nearly mil ol guest* Viow. Apply to J. U. TODD, with Ualsteacj llaiiies A Co., i^BroMway. IM PORT \ NT. ?PQfc SALE, THE RECEIPT FOR Schrivor's old Dut^h Salve, a permanent business, an# a fortune to be nim.Y Address S. M. SOU RIVER, 2Ct South fifth street, Willi tin-burg. JERSEY CITY COPPER WORKS,?THREE NRW AL cobol Stills and Columns,, two of rtft and one of HO tmr rels, in 24 hours, at 188 to 194 j<er cent alcohol; will be war ranted to make French and Cologne Spiritseqiuil to any tar the world ;one sevengallon copper Vacuum Pan, completer! 11 large assortment of tlr*t class l<oeomotive, Tubular ana Flue Boiler*; Portable and Stationary Engines, Steal* Pumps, Hydraulic Presses, Lathes, Planer*, Bolt Cuttem and Hot Nut Making Machine#, new and second hand. THOMAS GANNON, lllrt to 111 Hudson street, Jersey City, or 25?>I?J -lip, N. T. TIQUOR STORK POB SALK?ONE OF THB OLDEST J established corner* In Williamsburg; good stand and low rent Apply it lU Pol ton street, New lont Marble soda wateb apparatus?all htylbr; at JAMES M WIIITKIELD A SON'S, ?>2 Water street. Milk route and depot fob sale?sklliho 250 quart* a day. Inquire at KM Munroe street IM two days. SAFES.?THE BALANCE OF HERRING'S, MARVIN'S Wilder'* anil LIUlea' Safes must be sold previous to re moval; liberal discount to immediate purchasers. LILLIK SAFE COMPANY, No. :? Park place. QTOYR stork IN WATER 8TRBBT FOR sale? n an old establlabed stand. Small amount of capital required. Address Z., ho\ 188 llcralil office. SODA WATER APPARATUS FOR SALK OR TO LET? New or second hand ; nil stylos; all prices; all cheap; in consequence of rutuovaL Call and see or send for de scriptive price list. HBALT A 80RIPTUBB, M l.iliertv street. ffTEA, QBOCBRY, WINE AND LIQUOR STORK, WITH X stock and ilxtures, for sale at a (treat bargain.?Good location and eutlre cash trade. Apply at 222 East Thirty fourth street + VALUABLE PATENT RIGHT FOB SALE,?8TATB OR county rights for sale to manufacture "The Com bined Lantern Dinner Pail," designed for the daily use of laborers, miners, mechanic* and others heretofore obliged to carry and eat cold dinners; recently patented. For further particulars call on or address the principal*, H. C. A W. W. KETCIIA.M, 224 Summer avenue, Newark, N. J. d?OC TO $101) MONTHLY PAYMENTS PURCHASES ?lP-w?) a business seeurod by patent. Call at Saw Olttce 142 Chamber* street, Now York, this day. MA( III MillY. Ames iron works.?portable and statioktaW Horizontal and Vertical Engines und Boilers, .'1 to KM horse power; Hoi. ting Engines, Saw and Grist Mills, Woodworking Machines. E. P. 11AM PSON, 38 Cortlandt street, New rnr*. A LARUE LOT STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, PirMPH. Shafting and Pulleys and Tanks for sale. Apply t? P. CASSIDY, No*. 4 to til Bridge street Brooklyn, Dealer In New and Second Hand Machinery. N. B.?Manufac turer of the Niagara Steam Pumps. A?A.?A.-LATHES AND PLANERS FOR SALE ? cheap?One t! feet Hwlnn Turnes, 8 feet long; one Inch Swing Turtles, 16 feet; one 25 inch Swing Turnes, ll feet; one 12 Inch Swing Turnes, 8 feet; one Planer, plane* 12 feet by ti incites;one Planer, planes 5 feet by 23 Inches; one Key Seat Machine, one Slotting Machine ; all nearty new; also new Engines and Boilers of all kinds; Shafting, Pulleys, Hanger*, Mill Oeurlng and Machinists' Tools gen et ally. Todd A BAFFBRTY, 10 Barclay street. For sale?a bargain; must be sold and rb moved?a fine lot of Engines, 10,15, 25 und GO horse. Call at xsn West street) corner of Gawevoort FOR SALE?BOILER, UPBIOHT TUBULAR, SEVEN1 feet high, almost new, and Steam Pipos and Velvety verychetwi. inquire for particulars in dyeing establish' incut 715 Third avenue. Tj^OB SALE-ONE 7-IIORSE STEAM ENGINH. J1 occupying a space of 1x5 feet; also one book binder's or printer's Press. Can be seen at 149 Batik street. IjlOR SALE CHEAP?TWO boilers, LITTLE USED5 1 one of Xott'a ninety gallons, and one thirty two gal lon*. copper. Call at 97 Watt* street. Lathe, m swing, 12 feet between centres, tor sale. Comer of avenue c and Twelfth st. TO BOOK BINDERS.?FOB SALE CHEAP, A MAL lory Cutter, Presses, Sawing Machine, Rolls, Stainpe^ Type, Pen Clamps, Furnaces and all Tool* and Imple ment') required in a bookbiudery, singly or In lots. In quire at flu Liberty street. MuUEE A REYNOLDS. FINANCIAL. AUGU8T BELMONT A CO., Rankers, 90 Wall street. Issue letters of credit to travellers, available in all parts of the world, through the MESSRS. DE ROTHSCHILD ami their correspondents. Also iimke telegraphic transfers of money ou California, Europe and Havana. Subject to cheek at sight. J^ ? ADDITIONAL CAPITAL. Merchants, manufacturers and others requiring mora capital, or persons desiring to Invest money, or enter any approved business, will meet with responsible parties unit desirable opportunities (carefully investigated), at our ollicf. Mining properties, Ac., sold on eoinmlsslou. GRIGGS, CARLBTON A CO., Financial and Dullness Agents, 98 Broadway. References. C. K. Graham, Esq., I'n st. Saving* Rank, lfirt Nassau at. Klisba Crowell 4 <?>., Shipping, 8 Coentles slip. D. H. Lawrenco, Esq., Ilats and Caps, 5211 Broadway. SSE88MENT.?GOULD A CUBBY MININO CO*. l pony.?$20, coin, per share, delinquent May 8, sala Muv T.I. Payment may lie uiiide at Agency, Hank of Cali fornia. LKIiS A WALLER, 33 Pino street. Nlw York, April 22, 1872. A? $0,000 KIRST MORTGAGE ; 21 MONTHS TO HlfN,? ? large bonus?on country property; must and wlilba sold iinuiediaU'ly; no agents. Address BONA FIDE, box 14'J Herald offlce. A $1,(100 MORTOAOE ON COUNTRY PROPERTY, 21 months to run ; liberal discount; well secured; no agents. Address MORTOAOE. box 14!) H?rald ofllce. A TRUST FUND OF $279,1100 TO LOAN FOR KIVB years?Only on this city; also funds to buy Mort gages. Principals only address ATTORNEY, box 311) New York Post ofllco. rAY COOKE, M'CULLOCH, A CO., No. 41 Lombard street, London. Foreign Exchange, Commercial Credits, Cubic Transfers, Circular Letters for Travellers, available In all pftrls of the world. JAY COOKE A CO., No. 20 Wall street. Af Money to loan?on bond and mortgage, at 7 per cent Interest,In sums to suit. Jersey und llrook Ivn Mortgages cashed. Loans mi railroad Securities nego tiated. JolIN P. STOCKTON, Jr., 54 Pine street. M ONBY TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE? IN _ sums to suit. SAMUEL F. BABTOL, 221 Pearl street, corner of Piatt. id iron .iiaiiuiiti i niv i.i. Sealed proposnls. endorsed "Sealed proposols for fo flat-bottomect Iron Bin it's, of the tlrst class," will be i ceived al this ofllce until, and will be opened at I o'clo mREASURY DEPARTMENT. J. Orncs or run Lioht IIousk Bo tun > Wasiusoto*, April 15, 1872. ( To Iron Manufacturers. endorsed "Sealed proposals for fouf be re /clock P. M , Tuesdav, the 30th dav of Ajiril, on printed forma, which, with circulars, plans, specifications, forms of con tract and any desired information, will be furnished on application by mail, or in person to C. 8. BOGOS, Naval Secretary. 11HREE SUMS?$1,000, $1,200 AND |U0NR) LOAN for Ave years on first mortgage on Brooklyn prop erty. Principals only apply to D. F. CUItLEY,27New ChainlH'rs street. 1A PER CENT CITY AND COUNTY BONIH.-FIR8T XU class Securities below par; also Insurance, Bank, Gaslight, City Kail road Stocks and Bonds, an extensive variety of first mortgage seven and eight per cent Rail road Hond\ including other choice Securities, paying I? to 20 per cent, tor safe and profitable Investments, all at low rates. For sale by ALBERT H. NICOLAY. Banker. Stock Broker and Auctioneer, 43 Pino street. N. B.?First class Investment Securities, paying largo rates of interest, a specialty with this house tor over M' years, and always kept on liand. IQ mm TO LOAN-ON OOOD IMPROVED BROOK ?3p^.UUl/ lyn Property, without bonus. HOWE A CO.. 10 Pine street. New York. nnn to loan-on rond AND mortgaob. ?pHr." " or will purchase a Mortgage. Apply at tlio Wsestchetcr Land ofllco, No. 2 New Chamtiers street Q. W. DITCHETT. <H1 ? nnn to loan?OR CASH A GOOD MOBT ^PXiJ?v/\7V7 gage In New York, New Jersey or Brook lyn. Alio $10,000 to loan on property below Canal street. JOHN P. STOCKTON, Ja., 54 Pine ttmot <til? Aftn WANTED?FOR SIX YEARS, TO BUILO iWUiUuU a new Kuaiian bath In this city, for which a mortgage will be given on the sap*, and a private resi dence at New Brighton, H. I., costing over $12,000, fYeo and clear, will be deeded in trust to mrther secure tho payment of the loan and interest. Inquire of Dr. FRET. 744 Broadway, room 1. dfcfin nnn TO LOAN?ON bond and MORT "" gage (In one sum preferred). None need answer but principals, prompt In paying interest, who wish the loan on city property. In fee and tlrst class in all resuects. Address, for one week, L. M., Herald ofllco. Ai/vn <w\|l -money To LOAN ON MORTGAOB, $iUv?v"Ui in sums to suit, on City or Wcstchcster county Property. First. Second aud Leasehold Mortgage* purchased. llINMAN A SON, 23 Pine street. torn nnn T? loan?on bond and nam, it/UiUv" Race, at 7 per cent interest, Principal* apply immediately. Office P r, 820 Broadway. Hour# I* to 5 P.M. <2> inn nnn to loan-in sums to suit, ok Jft'xUU.UUU New York, Weetchoster and Brooklyn Property, for term of years; no bonus required. C. B. WILLIS, Montauk Insurance! Company, 188 Broadway. cutnn nnn TO BUY first and second ?UuUiWUU Mortgages; large suras preferred, city; also $30U,UU0 upon bond ana mortgage. BERRYMAN, No. 3 John street, room7. <S?7Kn nnn to loan on improved property ?J* ? WviyUU In New York, Brooklyn, Jersey Citr and WestcUugtor county; principals only need apply witk paper* K. M. MASON, No. I Cluunbcr* ilmV