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COACHMBM A1CP COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTKD-BY A PRO driver; flrrt class reference. Addre? H., box iw tie ram office. * HPKHRrTABLE MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS A ci'i.hmun; thoroughly ondf-rsttrnj. the care of wL". |i ? ao()<i vegetable gardener; good reference. Ad dfSTl< 111 Heraffl Uptown Branch office, l,MS Broad way. A SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNO MAN AS A groom or coaehnian; has Just landed in thU country; hen best reference and understand. hi* btuinea. thor ough!) : < on <*>K "u tablo if repaired. Address P. M., bos lift Herald "thec. ^ A protestant MARRIED MAN WANTS A SITUA Hon an coachman and plain gd?#eeer; thoroughly understands both; trustworthy, temperate, obliging; has fa years' experience; beat rrterenoe. Address W. T? box 117 Herald office. A protestant MARRIED MAN (ONE CHILD) J\. wKtitoi a situation a. coachman and Hardener; thor. nugnly understands hi. business; long experience : strictly temperate, willing aud obliging. Add rem industrious, box 1/6 Herald office. A FRENCHMAN, COMPETENT FOR A FARM OR A country place, desire, to go not Inrther than ? mile. from Now York; 1. a sober man, who will work, but mu.t be paid for it Address ALPHONBE LOUIS, Herald Uptown office. AS COACHMAN AND OAEDE N'ER. ?SITU ATION wanted, by a single man; perfectly understands pro per care of none, and carriage.: safe, experienced dri ver; sober and obliging; unexceptionable references. Ad dress a. a., box llCHarald office. A. FIRST CLASS COACHMAN WHO THOROUOHLY understands his business In all It. branches, is a itood and stylish driver, In city or country, sober, honest and respectable, which be will prove; can be men at 67 and 60 West 8Bd St., between Broadway and 6th av. A BESPBCTABLB YOU NO MAN WANTS A SITU A ??%. tion a. first class coachman and groom; ha. lived with first class families In this city and Brooklyn; lias r years' first class reference. Calf on or address J. W. at hi. last employer's place of business, 89 Maiden lane, eltgr; no objection to the country. Can be Ken for two days. A SITUATION WANTED?AB COACHMAN, BY A respectable man; will be disengaged in a few days; reference first ulasa Call on or address T. McC., at pres ent employer's, AS Bant fltd St. A FRKNOHMA*. WELL RECOMMENDED. WHO -fj- oan speak Kngllih, Know, the city very wull, would like a situation a. coachman: knows now to drive horse. was at the riding eolioge in France. Apply to M. TBILLABD, El 4th ay., corner 2"th at. T; MAUti . ?_? has M years undoubted oity retfereuooa. Address J. *., box 119 Herald I'ptowu Branch office. Iter two days. (COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST J class single man: can give the best of city reference. Can he aeen at No. t Bast ISOi st., at private stable, or a note addressed COACHMAN. ftOAOHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A MAR \J rted man; i /"lOACHMAN (A PROTESTANT; MARRIED, ONE IN Vv femlly) wishes a sitnatlon; h^^taHssH^^m^ tied man; no enoumbranees; understands I ? thoroughly: In city or country; six yours' f irenoee. Address B. C.. box 100 Herald office. understands his busl y; six yonrs' flrst city reJferenoes. - ? - COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED BY competent single young man; has the t>est city and country refbrene; is willing and obliging. Call or address W. B., No. 6 West19th (lOAOHMAN. ?A YODNO KAN, MARRIED, HAS (lOOD J appcaraucn, will be disengage <1 on the 1st of May; baa first class city ref.renrc, as he will certify whon Mien. Call on or address B Bust 1Mb st, boarding .tabic, near Broadway. Groom to cabe road horsed wants a situa Uou; understands his business perfectly, as eua be seon by references. Call on or address J. R., 80 4th av., in Bio saddlery. rVARDKNER. -ITAB A THOROUGH ENOWLBDOE OF M greeuhooae, storehouse, vineries, orchids and gar dening in all its branches: Scotch; married: no famllv. Address J., Gardener, care reter Henderson A Co., No. 96 Cortlandt st SITUATION WANTEO BT A COMPETENT COACH tnati. married. Beat city reference. Call on or ad drea P. T. BARNUM, 488 6th av. S" ITOATION WANTBD-AS FIRST CLAS3 COACH man; thoroughly understands hl? buslncsi; best city reffercrioo. Call on or address COACHMAN, 67 and 50 Wast XVI st SITDATIO.V WANTED-A8 COACHM YN AND PLAIN gardener: imderataudj the care of horses; will luake hi tin* If generally useful; the best city reference. Address M. C., box lit Herald office. SITUATION WANTED?BY A SINUM-: MAN, AS O coachman; present i inployer Aelllni; out; four jcars' reference. Call on or addrcn.1 J. Mc., private stable, US West 46th st, fur two days. SITUATION WANTED?BT A YOUNG ENGLISHMAN, lately arrived, as grooui ami footman; threo years' reference from ln?l employer. Call ou or uadrem J C., 57 and 59 Went .~i.l st. SITUATION W ANTED?BT A TO UNO MAN, AS coachman and groom; understand! his busine** thor oughly ; ran furnish b*st city reference; no objections to the country. Call for two day* at J. BncVs barney ttoie, ATC 8th av., between 26tU and 27th st*. WANTED?IMMEDIATBLT, A PRACTICAL FARMER, om thoroughly con^eteul to take cliargo ot a l.irtfe farm. Address .v, Herald office. WANTED?A PITCATION AH COACHMAN BY A S1N gle yonng Oeru.an Froteiitant.; best city ref-rence; Call on or address for two da>r* H. K , No. 5 West 45tli at WANTED- SITUATION AS COACHMAN, BY AN FNO llnhmau; town or country, experienced driver; highly recommended ftom his pre*nt employer. Address J.T., 277 511/ *v. WANTRD-A SITUATION AH COACHMAN, MY A married man without encumbrance; perloctly un derstand* hl? business; good city reference. Address M. t!., l9F?*t Mil ?!., harness Store, for tv.odays. WANTED?A SITUATION AS OOACHMAN, BY A *lngl man of long cxperienc*; atrletly temperate; city reference from his former employers, ( ail at roach house. ;'4 I.oxlnirfoti av \\'ANTKI> A SITUATION AS OOACHMAN, BY A RE f? spec table, active man: married: no family; atrletly temperate, and thoroughly understands his builliess. Ail (rest M. A., box 113 HcraM office. V\r A NTKD?A SITUATION AS COACHMAN AMD ? ? gardener. by a Onr?>,an, married, no family; *tiictlv temperate and thoroughly uu<l< nrtaud* his buslMZ*; but reference. Add res* T. B.. Itox 112 Herald office. WANTKD?SITUATION AS COACHMAN AND OAR dener, by a single rnati; can milk and make blm-. ?elf goiter till i- useful; has good re ten uces. Ad J re? M. IK B., box MB Herald offioe W 4 NTED?SITUATION AP OOACHMAN, BY A COL Tt ored man; can furnish the teat reference* a* to < bur *'ter and > a liability. Address W. H., care J. B. Brew-iter k Co., ISC 5th av., coirer 27th at. VET ANTED?A COACHMAN AM) OEOOM tBI 4CK); IT oue who understand* hl? bu.-dis*?<, may near of a situation by calling for two day*, with reference*, at WILSON'S saddlery, 138 Bowery. WANTED-- A SITUATION AH COACHMAN OK WAIT er in a private family; wining am! obliging in every reaped ; country preferred. Call at or address 28 Sulli van ?t. WANTED-A SITUATION BY A MARRIED MAN AS coachman; understands hi* bnsincas; good refer *noe; In a Proiealant, no objection t? the country. Call OA or ?rtimw J. NAG Lit, 2i North Moore vt. XfTANTED?A BITCATION AS COACHMAN, BY A 11 vuung man. thoroughly competent, strictly tempe rate, willitin and obliging, with beat reference; country preferred. Address JAM HP. Herald office. TnjTANTED?BT A SINGLE, SOUTH, STEADY M\N, A ff situation a* coachman; Is a good.eareftal driver: ha-> be?t city tit'd country reference. Address J. F., bo* 143 Herald office. . ?flfANTED-IN PRIVATE KTABLE 159 EAST S6TH ST.. TT a voting man to ar*ltt coachman ; must understand grooming and bantering hors< r : live home; honestMd willing; v ages $20 per month; no driving. TI7 4NTRD?A SITUATION AH COACHMAN. BY A fr voting man; single; 1* a t1r*t class coachman; un derstands the proper care of borw*, harness, Ac. s city or country: unexceptionable MRWM. Address T. H., bos KB Herald office. WANTED- 4 SITUATION AS COACHMAN, BY A reliable man, who tfitder?tand? the business thor oughly ; can inltk : good reference. Call at KO 7th av., or address D. B., box IK Herald Uptown ilrao. h office, 1,26" Broadway. WANTED- BY A PINOLE TOUNO MAN, A SITUA tion as grouts or groom and nuichmnn; one who understand* hisbuali ess In all Its brancbcit; go*wi refer ouce*', no objection to town or conn try; not utrald of work. Call at or address for two dayr, from 9 to 12, ?>nt!i WNt corner of tUtat. ami 4th a v. TOUNO MAN tCOLOKED) WISHFK A SITUATION AS fli-stcla*s eoaehman; ne?t ref> tenee Irom hU I ant. employer; sober, honest f.rfll ludu?tri ,a*. i'li arid tl*' East 12th Kt. ?J 19 WWW 241HST.-A TOUNO MANAS COACH fan; thoroughly tinderptand* It!- hu*l't'-??: trtw>d city reference from last employer. Adore** K. BERKY. HELP WAffTID?MALEM A BOY WANTED IN A LAW OVFICE; SALARY J\ 9* Addresa M. K M., Herald office. A tlOOD STRONG BOY WANTED?TO WORK IN ii shop, nt HI Elm ?t., third Soor. 4 CENTS fMEN OR BOTf) MANT MM fs t PAY ncllhtg corn eh?lter; atHiill Ilvo t>u.*lt?-1* an 'tour. ?*end for circular. 03 Cortlamlt street N .MORROW. An f.xvkriknoed canvapser wanted?to ob tain advetiisetnenta :inJ collect moneys reiorvnea win tta require*!. Apply to J A t'BCBY, 111 Nansau St T1VE, RKF.RiiF.TIO M\N IO TAKE ORDERS j! *Ud not a? I'ontttiv afent. Awlvto H.L.UALI.HI Mid .?>l glotdv ijr, ut D. Appletin ? OK.'*. \MAN TO OOIl? THE COVNTRY TO DRIVR K E wafoa and make himself iMetal; ihi?i lie s.iin-r, honest: -l! middle-a^rd. t'all t?etwi < u 9 and 12 M. at .1(8 RMwitin it ______ A DVrUTISINH CANVASSBltS.-WANTED, A OEN? A tl- e t't of' e*i ceienco topnyuresdwils ment? for ? n esut'dinl'cd spoeul tncdltttn; Ind-H-t tnents litiernL Can on H. W. iilOVrHUn, No. i Wari in *uect Aqkntlemar rumoArKD and 01 home busi. ite ? t-?r* ricnoe to iirv Mni?olf IMr> <Hlf business for a p? rinaiicut v; wtelily salary. fW. At>iilv ?eer 10. McriENAMY, m A c?i. (IB Broadway. ANOEI4/B TURKISH HATHH, LEXINGTON AT., coritt r of 2'nh nt-War.t- d, an honest, Intelllirent, it'dustrloua, strtotly tempernV! American, Ru(:H*lintun or Turk not older U?au 25 vear*. Mtint b?: well rccom inrndtd. BAKKKKI'KR-WANTED, a YOl'NO MAN TO at. tend bar, b$tweeu tin a*e? of 17 and 2>i iear*. In quire itwwji av. BOY WANTED?12 TO 14 YEARS or ML IN AN IM pt it'tig bad c'tlfiiwlott honse. Aii'n (, tu ?*? fcajultvrlUng, B., be* w. Tyrk i'ost office HSU* WASTED?MALES. EMPLOYMENT TOI P copyiati porter*, wi Ac., at No. 4 We at 4th at, FOR CLERKS, BOOKKEEPERS, watohmrn, coachmen, gardener*, t, room 13. INBURANOE AGENTS WANTED.?A FIRST CLASS Mew York city Are insurance company desires to es tablish it* buxiuoiM in etcry city and village on Long Island. Addresa, with particular*, box 8,4*1 New York Poet office. PEDLER8 WANTED-TO HELL OUR OOOD8; THE pcrcentac? el'profit Is large and thev null on night to every body. NEW YORK SILICATE BOOK 8latecom PA NY, lfl Pulton at. New York. Write for circular* and price lieta. TWO COMPETENT AGENTS WANTED-TO TAKE order* for our tine Illustrated tiooks, in the city and country. tfOWARTH. TRACY A PHILLIPS. 86 Beckman *t. 7"ANTED?WAITERS IN confectionery AND RES ' taurant, l.Ul Broadway, corner 2Mb at. _____ WANTED?A COMPETENT WAITER IN A LA ROE private family. Herman or Swis* only ina> apply before U o'clock at No. 5 F.aat SSth *t "1K7"ANTED?A CAPABLE MAN, rOR CAPTAIN OF TT hall men in a large hotel. Address with reference, stating age and experience, HOTEL, Herald office. TXTANTED-YOUNO MEN TO LEARN TBI RETAIL ?r dry good* business. LORD A TAYLOR, corner of Grand and Chrystic *t?. "WTANTED?OKNTLHMBN TO CANVASS MERCHANTS YY and business men throughout the city; to good, relia ble men a liberal commission. Civil at_No. 8 Astor Honae. "11TANTKD?A FIRST CLA38 MAN COOK FOR A Yt dining room; must understand all kind* of ine ate, soups, poultiy unci pastry. Apply at C24 Hth ?v. WANTED-A CLEAN, TIDY BOY, IB OB 16 years of age, In a hat store. Call corner 8th nv. nnd 21st St., alter 8 o'clock. WANTED-A HERMAN SINGLE MAN; ONE WHO understands taking care of horse*, to work In a pri vate stable. Apply M 70 West *rtth *t WANTED?IN A GROCERY STORE, A YOl NO MAN of experience, about 30 years' of age. Apply at 460 West sad *t. WANTED?AN OFFICE BOY WHO understands Herman. Address, In own handwriting, box 208 Herald office. WANTED?A MAN IN A RETAIL GROCERY; ONE who understand* the business. Call at 27 Hamilton av., Brooklyn. WANTED-A BOY FROM 12 TO 14 YEARS OLD, OK respectable family, a* coah aud errand boy In a line retail store. Apply at 91# Broadway. WANTED?A Fill ST CLASS ADVERTISEMENT CAN vnwer, on a dally paper; a liberal arrungcinont on guarantee and eomiiils?inn made with a flrst clam party. Addre ss bos 3,853 Post office. TIT ANTED?IN THE OFFICE OF A COMMISSION ? T house, a boy with brains that he knows how to use; must w rite well and cnine well recommended. Address JOHNSON, Herald office. WANTED?A superintendent OF AGENCIES for a leading life lnsnrance company; none but those having had experience and n pood record need ad dresa, with reference, H. L. P., Herald office. rANTED FOR THE UNITED STATI'ri NAVY- SEA men, ordinary senium, first and second fircinen, mechanic* and landsmen. Apply at 196 Bouth 6t, N. Y. _ El * J_?r- UODE _ WANTED?A FEW MKN TO ASSIST IN OETTINO UP I Hie Jersey City and Hobokcn Directory. None but those w ho write a plain hand will be accepted. Apply for two days at No. I Exchange place, Jersey City, lop floor, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. d?1 A A DAY.?NEW INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO ?]PA" agent* in new noreltien, stationery, packages. Jewelry, Ac. 119 Nassau street, room 22. GEO. L. FKLTON A CO. W' vv the THADE8. A YOUNG man. AGED 19, DEH1RE3 A situation to learn the plumbing and gas tlttlng or carpenter'* business. Call or address J. ?!4 West SiMh ?t. An engineer wanted-to run a stationary engine; one residing In Brooklyn, E. D., preferred. Address box 4,028 Po tt office. A FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATOR wanted.?Only those capable of taking charge of a gallery need apply to <>. A. FLACH, 1,000SJ av., between fotti rind Nttth sts. New York. A respectable BOY. LTVINO WITH HIS pab ents, 17 years old, wishes to learn (tome good trade. Call on or address for two days 0.11. REYNOLDS, 414 East lrttti *(?, second floor, room 7. A YOUNG man WOULD LIKE TO LEARN WHO J\. plastering or currrlaue building business; is 18 years old, stout, ctroug and willing; would like to serve three >ears. Addr<js r. II., box lit Brooklyn Branch Herald office, corner Pulton av. and Boerum st. BLOCKCUTTBR8 WANTKD.-VPPLY AT factory corntr of 37th st, and 10th av. f U'STOM CUTTER WAN TED-AN EXPERIENCED V ' general cotter of good taste. Address L. H., Her ald office. C^OLD BEATERS WANTED-OOOD ToOLS AND X steady work. WM. YALLEAU, Jr., 800 Broome at JEWRILER WANTED? \ MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS mclHnx end Ih v.illln* to <lo general work iu shop. Apply to SEXTON i COLE, HtiF ulton at. PLUMBER WANTED.?NONE BUT A FIRST CLASS Ml Lanlc need apply. AtflSD IV i:k.~, :>ir> 4 th hv. \17"ANTKD?J,VPANNER8, PIAIN AND ORNAMENT Vf at. Apply to R. Hill-PHKK1?,!? East4th st. WANTED-A FERROTVPP, OPKRATOR, A STEADY man. wiling to make himself generally useful. Ap ply at H \N.NAVS iiBny, .t,i5 \s HKiiiiiK'tiiii >.t., Brooklyn. nriVTID-A PRESERVER; ONE WHO FI LLY T'.V Tf deratandl prrserilnir fruit* in syrups and making syrup* and jellies. Addrcs?, with reference, bo* 1,818 Philadelphia (Pa.) Post office. TirANTED?A HTaR ACTOR, OP INFLUENCE, EXPE ff rlcnce and full list of friends; willing to iiso his t il ents for profit and fc-ood. For spleudid chance adJrcu L\ ON, box Po*t office. TITANTED?AN ARCHITT-CTt RAL DRAUGHTSMAN, 11 who also writes a fair hand. Apply, with spccl men and recommendation. 1,327 Broadway, room 5, from ? to 11 A. M. ~WTANTED?TWO FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPH OP ff eratoni; permanent ?ituatt.>ns and good pay. Apply to W. H. HOLMES, Broadway, between 11 aua 1 o'clock, tbU day. \VANTPD-A FIRST CLASS BUTCHER; ONE THAT tf ran dress from no to UV cattle per week; German j preferred ; f40 per \ve< k guaranteed to a capable man. Inquire at slaughterhouse, 27* Hudson nv., between Con cord and TUIary ?ta. Brooklyn. _ _ "1 If ANTED?A FIRST KATE ARCHITECTURAL If draughtsman; one thorough!/ acquainted with eountrv work: none other* reed apply. BUD B. HCHAfDNF.R, 5*7 West Kth st. Call between 7 and 6 o'clock Friday and Saturday evening". TrrOODWORKERH HAVING TIIF.IR TOOLS AND CAP f f ltal can manufacture with the advertiser, having pur< has'-d a $i*>,0P0 pluce, with all kind* of wood, saw mill and comfortable dwelling*, nnlv four hours on the Erie Railroad Address OPPORTUNITY, box 213 Ilcrald office. FRENCH ADVERT1HEMKNTH. AOHIE M AITRR D'HOTEL DANS USE MAI80N I; pilvee; parte Men ranglal?: bonnes recommanda tlum. Sadrcs-er a HAS1KL, 250 Westliittli *?. ON DEMANDE-l NE .IEUNE FILLK PRANCAISE, Mrhantcoudre, pour solgaer dea enfants. S'adreuer a lJ0 47ine r?e. Ouart. ON DEMANDE?UNE FEMME FRANCAISB COM MR blanchisseu*; aural, une fllle comme femme de chatn bri et pour coudre. S'ndr.iooraulourd liulet dtinaln,en Ire 10 neures et nildi, a 11 Mine rue, Ouert. TTN JKUNE ALSACIRN, NON MARIE, PARLANT !_/ 1'aileinand et !e francal*. et connnUsant la culture, desire une p!a<-e de garcon do forme ou da jardinler. K'a ? lr ? .er I he/ IB boulsnger, 8j? nv , Mtid. rTNF. DAME SUISHR DEMANDE DES R.\C0M MODA 1 ires et dea boutonnierr <j a falre chcz elle. 8'artn-saer a Mme GROW, 117 rn. Bleecker. TTNE BONNE OOl'TURlBRE FRANCAISB, FEBANT L blen la robe, desire obteulr de I'onvrage eUez elle ou dea |(?iruoeadun* dea families. H'adresser a Mme. t'RAN CHaNT, 117 rue Bleeelrer, ijul Inrtlfjaer*. T'NE FRANCAISB, TRR8-CAPABLE, DESIRE SE L placor poor solgner une peU'a fllle de 7 a 8 an*; elle pejit ialre la robe et so rendre utile; bonne* rcronimatida tlona dc la ville. S'adr.'i-er a 612 Cone nr. FNE JEliNR FRANC VISE DESIRE ^F. PLACE* dnns uiio fiimllle amer|calnc comme bonn? d't ntanu. S'aUresfer a K Ilmc ruo, I>t CITY UK A It KNT.1TE FOR 8ALK. East SMt. A PP.PE BEOISTER, WITH PARTICf'LARS OF 1,000 71 eitv Hmiw> hnd HuildlnK Lota for aale and to let, con tnhilng city map, Ac., Ao., jrruils. V. K. STE\ ENSON A SON, Real Estate Auctioneers and Broker*, 11 Tine *tr?et. \ THREE BTORT HIGH ??TOOP HOUSE FOR SALE? On Twenty seventh *treet, near l^xin^ton avenue; I the bonne I* an by 94; In fine ord^r; ti'rins cuay. Apply I lo ow Mr, 14't Ea*t Twciity-aeveuth street; at home be lore 10 A. M. ?n>l tU'er j P. M. A DESIRABLE CORNER PROFKBTT ON FIRUT avenue, l>elmv Twelftk street, ^tb brk-k Storey and lii; ment*. corering the entire lot, 23x100, tor tale ch ap, to -"1 rtw; an estiite. for lull particular* apply to O. O. BEX NET, No. 9 Pine street. A PARK AVENUE FOUR KTOUV BROWN STONE Oood crdar, $36,00: Lexington avenue, Fortieth iind Forty-first street*, fart,00n; (.arunlnii; terms eu^v ; keys at otttee. THOMAS J. DUNKIN. SM Third'avenue. VVI'.RY ATTUACTIVP, AND CONVENIENT HOUSE I for I''le or lease, Twenty ninth street, between Filth ! I ?r"l Ma41*o:i avenues; 12 room*, two hathrooms; Mrfeet i I ord' r; Immediate nosaetsion. ROBERT r MF.EKS, m Cednr street AT A BAEOilN?TWO FOUR STORY BRICK TEXE ments. nearly new, ?.'!W?3i?liW>, on Ihf west Kide Par : tlculara of HOWELL t HURatTjEWThird avenue. A ?HOUSES FOR SALE ON PIXTTETn STREET ' J\ ? nlsoonf<lxtj first st/eet, near M?dl*on nvenue tlrnt T '?r, P'rtnlia apply to FBTTRETCH A | RI- M^EN, l,(B8Thlrtl avenne. B10R SAIiK?THK BR??WN STONK FRONT,leXfln^LOT ' IWIffcct; 11 reoms; water In fonr; very Isrue'hmh i row.; Admirably planned and In perfect order. Andy at in) time at 210 East Forty-sixtli street. i 1/OR SALE?HOUSE. ON MURRAY HILL; STABLE r eotinocledI all modern improvements; to ioe hand l ?.nnl) iiem'Kd, will I-e sold fUrninhed or otherwise: pi i< e rnodernte. For pnrticular-i inquire at 12? Ft nut *t. IjfOE BALE?TWO FOUR HToRV BROWN STONE F House*, north side of Sixty-second street, near Fifth avenues finished In cabinetwork lu two atorfo*, with nil modern Impiwrmenta; flrnt ela? In every piiriic-iihtr. ! i>>:iiti( i fi HOMAS E. I'OOPKU **> Thlid avfnue, or IV. I a. & t uEDNLY, lu WeftFcrtlciti itmu crnr rb&l >rt&ti tor iau. But 8Mt. FOB BALK?A FIR8T CLASS THREB STORY AND ba-cment House, with nil the modern improvements, on USIh street, Harlem; Is IwautlfuUy situated, with garden adjoining; house and garden 55 feet front; in convenient to steamboat landing und to Second, Third and Fourth aveuuc car*. For particulars apply oa the premises, No. M7 Rant 126th bL, or at 191 lVarl street. For bale-a four story brown stonk HIOH stoop House, complete order, IB Park avenuo. be tween Thirty ninth and Fortieth streets: Immediate pos session given. Inquire at M Marlon street XjlOB BALE CHEAP?A FIRST CLASS HOUBB ON r Ft'ty second direct, near Fifth avenue; furnished wllli all the latest improvement*. Apply to K. HAN FORD, 'XS9 Broadway, room IS. For bale ob to bbnt low?two four story brow n stono House, in Blxty-first street, near Cen tral Park i easy terms on favorable leases. HOWH A CO., 10 Pine street Branch office corner Slxty-tlrststreet and fourth av. Lenox hill.?the most bi.ioible situation, near Central Park. For Kale, the elegant four story brown stone House 2d East Sixty-ninth street; owuer next door; possession. Several three and four story brown stone Residences, beautifully finished, between Fourth und Sixth avenues, north of Forty-second street, varying In size from 18 to 28 feet; price from 916,000 to $175,1100. PA<?K A McCAFFKRTY, Huh av., corner 6Mat ioA AAA CASH.?SOUTH SIDE EIGHTIETH JjpOU.Ut'lJ street, beginning 126 feet east of Madison avenue, 100 feet front by 100 feet deep. Address M. J. 8., Herald office. We at SUe. A DESIRABLE DOUBLE STONE DWELLING AND eight full lots, convenient to Broadway and the I'ark, on Sixtieth street, thu whole for only $57,000 if sold promptly. This very valuable property, on high ground, in (h>> centre of the wost side, lsexccedlngly cheap; terms easy; sold l?r the account of a non resident; locution It rut ciuss. V. K. STEVENSON A SON, 11 Hue street. A LAROE FOUB STORY UNFURNISHED HOUSE to rent?Charles street, near Waverley place; 2D rooms; good order; good locatlou for boarders; rent $1,800. ROBERT T. MKEK8, 80 Cedi.r strceL_ AUSOI, PULL WIDTH FOUR HTORY HOUBB FOIt sale?Forty-third street, between Broadway and Sixth avenue; 10rooms; perfect order; a bargain. _ ROBERT T. MEEKS, 80 Cedar street. A?FORT WASHINGTON ? Property for sale, by the acre, on the Ornnil Boule vard, above 166tli street. The Boulevard and St. Nicholas avenue aro almost finished to this point and attract all tlie driving to this delightful part Of the city. Properties here are being constantly purchased by those who foresee how soon rapid transit will bring the centre of the city within fifteen minutes of this unequalled locality. Parties really de-lrlug to purchase can obtain reliable map* nnd Information at our office. _ POTTER BROTHERS, No*. isnd 6 Warren street A FOUR HTORY nidH STOOP BROWN STONE House, West Thirty third street; desirable location; $2,400; manv others tit reduced rates. Call aud be suited. __ HorRis B. BAER. 289 West Thirty-fourth street /"1HEAP LOFTS ON CANAL STREET, NEAR BROAD V/ way, to rent, suitable for light manufacturing, only $tKM. JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street C10RNER PROPERTY KOR BALE AT REDUCED Fid J ures?Over luO feet on two streets, and very promi nent; covered by ten buildings paying a moderate Inter est; could bo Improved to pay finely; location near Canal street and clojf to ferries, steamships, Ac.; also 25 otlier corners. J AMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street. 1/V>R SALE-NO. 117 W EST THIRTY SECOND STREET, ' four story brown stone; modern Improvements; perfect order;' a derided bargain; $23,1X10. DYE A CUItriss, 508 .-sixth avenue. IilOB SALE?THE HOUSE AND LOT NO. 326 WEST 1 Fifty-first street; three story aud basement, brick und brown ston?; In an excellent neighborhood: is occupied by the owner, aud can lie seen from 2 to 5 P M. For bale?a three itoby HIOH stoop nnicic House, with fwo story Extension, in Weet Thlrtccuth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Address A. 8. BALDWIN, 106 Broadway. _ IftOR HALE-A FIRST CLASS TENEMENT HOUBB, ' Ohio stone front, four stories, double house; Croton water, gas and nil modern Improvements. Al-o rear frame House, on sumo lot. This property Is situated on the south nide of Sixty-third afreet, about 126 feet west of Nlntli avenue; the lot Is 26x100.6. Inquire of J. LOUR, 427 West Fifty kiiir'h street I10R SALB?ON FORTY-FOUBTH STRBBT. NEAR Eighth uvenuo, ouo or two five story single tenement Houses, with stores, lately finished; well brllt and occupied. Apply to owner, 1,22V Broadway , room 5. IjlOR SALE OR RENT LOW?THREE STORY BROWN " stone. Fifty-third street, near 31x1*1 avenue, tUlly fur nlshed and In perfect order; terms to suit Address BAKOA1N, box 101 llernld office. HOUSES TO LET. A House, with tire acres of land, beautifully situat ed on the bunks of the Hudson, at Washington Heights, within ten minutes' walk of the railroad station; the hou.^e good slzo, with gas, water, Ac., together with sta ble, cow house, Ac. Also, a double House, (with or without a stable), on 161st street, with four lots, besides larpe lawn In front; house has Croton water, pus, Ac., with 12 rooms, besides base ment. kitchen, cellar, Ac. Imjulre of SHEPHERD KNAPP, near the premise?, or at S3 Wall street, N. Y. ONLY $22,600.-ELEtSA NT THREE 8TORY HIOH stoop brown stone private Residence, 20 feet front, West Thirty-seventh street, between Fifth and blxtli ave nues; the cln iipcs: house on our list. PAGE A McCAFFBRTY, Filth nv., coi ner 08d st. eno ?NEAR FIFTH AVENUE, WEST FIFTY tjp'x.sJlr\7. fourth street, four story high stoop brown stone, 25x5ft, private Residence, partially furnished: also others, well located, from $1,(1/0 upwards. PACK A Mc CAFFERTY, Filth avenue, corner of Fifty-second street. d.O rnn WILL BUY A THBEK STORY BRICK ?JpU.tM'l' House, oil easy term* j 12 room*, with mod ern improvements: near Eleventh avenue and Kitty .sec ond street CLARK A SOV, 854 Eighth avenue. 41 Q nnn ? RAUt, A root STORY1 BROWH ?PlO.UUli. stone high shs.p Home, In pcrliect older, and Includlmr Carpets, Curtain.*, Fixture", Minor* aud Cornices. Call at ZM Went Forty eighth street. &QO nnn kaoh KOR thou four story FU brown stone Houses on We^t Forty-nxth ktreet; all modern improvements: the most desirable In the city nt the price. A| plv nt I3G, on the pre nilscs. TIEMOTAL. ON OR _RKFORE MAY 1. 1871. TI1E OFFICE OK THE EVENING TELEGRAM WILL REMOVE TO R(>. S ANN strbbt, HERALI>~BUILDIN(I. MlieslUatoiiii A?A?DO YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL OB EX ? ('limine r.utMiei-", House or I'ropertv T If so, you u III find it lo your advantage to send pe.rilculnrs or con sult with us. We have registered iiuhcn of liuudt'edd of bona tide applleaiits. BUTTS A YORSTON. Business Agent*, 60 West Thirty-sceond street, two doors trom Broadway. A BROOKLYN PBOPKHTY FOR SALE AND TO LET. J^liMOVAL OF T11B HERALD BRANCH OKH( K,-BROOKLYN. ADVEBTISF.MENTS FOB THK NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONO INLAND SAVINQS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOKRUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FR'?M 3 A. M. TILL 6 P. M. CARRIERS1 AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STitKETi" BROOK I, VN. NEAT LITTTiB HOURS AND LOTS 7* AND 80 Skilltnan uvenu", war I?>nar l Ntnot, William* burg, tor sale sain uhcnp, within L> n luutes' walk of all the ferries. Apply or. premises. \ handsome NEW HOUSE FOR SALE OR I.ET? JX Thr.e story has' inent and sub-cellar brown stone; 12 room"; 'in?* ail improvements, first class; neighborhood first clans, couveuluut to all ferries; terms easy. Inquire on promises, IK Dean street, near Bond, Brooklyn. A TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE TO LET?45 MIN utes from Brooklyn fei ry. $.1) n month; good neigh borhood. Apply to Mr. CROMWELL, room No. I, 34 Liberty ftreet. A St'IT OF THBEB ROOMS TO LET ON FIRST floor. spl< Idlil c hfiiirn for 11 dentist, or snv busi ness requiring good light and en?y Afccs?, or Wusild let them (tarnished to two or three young men. Apply nt 16 Wllioutfhby street, corner of Pearl, Brooklyn; will be let low^ _________ COBN?!R STORE PROPERTY FOR SALE?FRAME, four ntorlo?; good for any business; na>sn larce )>cr rentage. Apply corner of smith and liegraw street", South Brooklyn, up stairs. J. Bi.HPSON. 17?ACTORY TO LEASE IN BROOKLYN?BUILDINGS .T lOOit'J and UP-?); ground 100 feet square;? feet tYom dock, Inquire oil the premises, foot of King street and Atwwtto dock. FOR SALE-f^.OW, CHEAPEST PUOPRRTT IN Brooklyn two and a hall story extension House, with Store, and two story bulldlhg in rear; lot 25x200; nice g.irden; $1,"TO inay rrtnain on mortgage. Any one wishing a i!rent burgain may rail at coal ofltco cornor Flushing ami Kent avenues, Brooklyn. _ For sale in bbooklyn-tiik choice of two very desirable three story basement and cellar hi|?h stoop brick. Houses : Puiton ferry cars pas* the property : will l e "old at n sni rlllee j terms easy. Call on or address JOHN WHELAN, 1KW East Thirty fifth street, New York. IV)R SALB OR TO LET jptCM?THREE STORY llonjt session. Ki or Mr. AlKM TV) LET?IN WILl.tAMSBURG. PLEASANTLY Id eated. within 15 minute* of ftrrries to New York, House, nearly new, ten rooms, large cellar, marble mantels, water and gm; rem $4? per Tear. Inquire at the prcui laes, 1H orient avenue. 01 K, CoNKLU*. Take car* to cor ner North flcond street and Bushwick avenue. ?t; all improvements; If rooms: Immediate potr Hoe owner, on tno piemlses, dates artnoe, KMAN, 21 Oortiandt ?trcct (second floors N. Y. rpo LET-RENT $700, A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP 1 brick and brown ?turn- House; small, but first cla.is; five minutes' essy walk irom terry, In the most beautiiul port of Brooklyn: every inmlern Improvement and In flne order. Inquire or owner, AO Ksst Thirty first st., N. Y. rpo LET?A NO. 1 T.ADIKtf HATR DRESSING ROOMS; I best loi atlotl In Br .oklvn ; u ith or without Fixtures Apply to W. h PENDLETON, photofrapher. Sll Fulton, Corner Johnson street, Brooklyn. mo LPT (tm HERKIMER STREET, BROOKLYN ? '"."1?.' i*-0! ? "tJ "V 'f "'?>ritfl kj^s, juter nnd bath; newly , n "-rci nnd painted ; MteUorir Il7m Fui.ou ave nue can. Apply nt ly l'nrk place, New Vvrk, up IMn.l. BROOKLYN PROPSRTT FOR IALB AID TOLBT. TO BKICKUAKERS.-GREAT CHANCES TO THOSE applying immediately. A first clam clay bed Brick Yard ami large 8l?ed to let (trior sale; location on*.' mile troiii Brooklyti city Hue and East New York ; terra* easy t? a Rood tenant or purchaser. Apply at 45 Liberty street, up stnlrs, Mew York, or address box i,9L0 Post olBce. TO LET OK FOR BALE?A RARE CHANCEj-RENT low. two story and two story extension lYsme Home, I 7 rooms; In complete order; water ami was; W minute# I from ferry; on Herkimer stroct bGtwccn'Fulton nnd At lantic avenues, Brookh n t immediate posaesslon. Apply to IRA H. TUTHILL, 10 Wall street, New York. 4>OA|l RENT.?THREE STORY, BASEMENT, HUB ?POl/M cellar brick House, in excellent neighborhood ; Bedford avenue, near DeKalb: house lias all Improve ment*. KULANU A WUITINO, No. S Beekniun street WB8TCHESTUR COCSTV PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO REST. AT $430 PER ACRE, NEAR DEPOT, ON NEW YORK and Boston Railroad, Farm of 160 acres; highly culti vated; fine view*; superior building For sale by JAMBS H. FITCH, No. # Nassau street, or at Yonken. AT FORDHAM-A BEAUTIFUL PLACE, WITH POUR acres of land, on Valentine avenue, 10 minutes' walk from depot: plenty of shade and fruit; rent. $800; tine or der. KKTOHAM A WALLACE, SIS Fourth avenue. At mount vernon-labge BOOM, 20 ROOMS; owner's family (three adults) to board with tenant; in fine order; rent B8A0. KETCH AM A WALLACE. SIB Fourth avenue. AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE AT RYE. WESTrHES tor (M.unty, to let?House partly turn lulled; has IS rooms In complete order; ulso bsrn nnd carriage house, vegetable and fruit garden, and extensive lawn; Immedi ate possession. WARD A OUDF.N, Broadway, corner Seventeenth street A COUNTRY SEAT. NEAR MOUNT VEBNON, TO let?House contains 22 rooms, completely furnished j also carriage house, stable and ice house, Ailed; grounds extensive and picturesque. Including fruit and vegetable KurdCii; only 13 mites from the city. WARI> A OCDEN, Broadway, corner Seventeenth street A FURNISHED RESIDENCE TO LET?WITH IMMB dlate possession, on the river bank, five minutes' walk from the depot at Tarry town: brick house, parlor, library, dining room and seven bedroom; two acres in garden and lawu: fruit and shade trees; elegant views; rent $l,m 8. EMBEBSON, 66!) Blxth avenue. A?BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED COUNTRY RE8I > deuces at Tonkcrs, iiobb's Perry, Irvlmrton; splen did Estate, South Oyster Bay, one of the cheapest place* on tl?c Hudson, for sale. WM. N. POOLEY A CO., 2S Union square. f 10UNTRY BEATS TO LET?FUKNISUED AND UN " I fhrnlshc.l, at Plalntlcld, Scotch I'ltilit.i, Orange, Mont clalr, Bloomfleld nnd other desirable locations In New Jersey : also ut Slug Sing, Yonkerd, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, Rye, Portchester, Greenwich and Stamford; several water fronts, nice Cottages, $??) per year. __ B. iuklam), an Broadway. Fob sale at white plains. new york?a handsome Country Heal, with 42 acres of !<and, 10 minutes' drive from White I'lnfn-i depot and 80 minutes drive from Rye nnd Mamaroncck, situated on high ground commanding n tine Sound and inland view; DenutiiXil Inivn, orchards, Ac. For full particulars ad dress SONE A FLEMING, 159 Front street. New York. SPUYTKN DUYVIL, WITHIN PIYE MINUTES OP TBPB H. It. R. It ?A furnished House, with Grounds, con taining drawing, dining and sitting rooms, and eight bed rooms, Ac. Apply to WILLIAM SARGENT, at Spuyten Duyvll, or Ho YVllliatu street. TO LET?AT TARRYTOWN, A HOU8E AND ABOUT ot.e-hall' aero of Ground. Inquire ut 16 and 18 Jay street, New York. YONKERS-COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSE, 14 room>, spring wutur, gits and bath; splendid river view, fine grounds, carriage hoti^e; near depot; $1,HUU: immediate possession. W. POOLEY, 23 Union square. ?IKHSK V CITY. HOIiOKEN, HPDjOI CITY AIVI) IIEKOEIV REAL ESTATE. For Sale. AT BERGF.N POINT.?TWO NICE HOUSES (LARGE lots, stable, Ac.) for sale clienp or exchange; also choice Farms, Ci untry Seats, Ac., In tho best victims of Now Jersey, for sale or exchange. KELLY BROTHERS. 205 Broadwajr._ djC Kfm ?THE CHEAPEST AND PRETTIEST 1'lare on Bergen Heights, nt a sucrlttcc; elKht minutes north fri.m Bergen avenue depot, 17 from Liberty street; ilne view: two lota on best avenue; fruit, grapes and iM-rrles; good barn, water and gas. Term* easy. ROBERTSON, Lexington avenue, middle ol block. To Let or Limit*. TJTULI.IAXT BIWSK? OPPORTUNITY.?'THE FOL ;lni u. doacrlbod prcnil-cs, situated in Jersey City. ^ 1pow*II to a responsible party lor a l rm of years; one three story lrum* Building, llOxIUi; one Inr J.'? ' UI"1 one one s,"r> itiillil Ing, 78x21. The buildings are Jn u good condition. ik? i? new, and adjoin mid communicate with one ?'!'Jleir.' they a ro built on the rear of property, huve on extensive yard in front and a street frontage of 179 tout i X i,rll,r,i':|l street and within two block* of the Corllamlt street l<rry, a more desirable and vVn.li?in1* , ?^V0!i l0?r manufacturing purpose.* of any K.nu cannot l>o hud. None but responsible parties need i'P_r_ *s LEASE, box SB7 Post office, Jersey City. Sl?WW>-y84* RESIDENCE ON JERSEY CITY Mi..- S"''th Ronton, with carriage house and about '?r ?**?Appointments are modern and conipldo; ground* tasteRilly arranged mid tllkd with bulb?,u> tlow ers plants shrubs and tree* of \arioiis kinds; beautiful situation, tine view* and excellent neighborhood; u mod ern city houw accepted In part payment Addro.s.1 P. L. o., llcraUl office. I10 kRT?IN PROSPECT STREET, JERSEY Ci TY if * *0SKl Houiso- containing U rooms, with fbrce lots of ground: reui law. A].ply i0 0. MEEKER, 43 tHiain'*rs street. Now York. mOLBT-H,,, *K COHNER CLINTON AVENUE AND im?. i**"1 .Uobohe". >:'rge .v?rd and plenty of fralt; rent Inquire on the piemlsea. T0/.,;?r~A SMALL. COMPKKTELY FURNISHED A . 4 otugt.i[>n Bergen Hill, New Jersey, 22 minutes from foot of Libert} street; pries from May 1 to Sept 1 (four MKuir? v f,0t K'r three months. Apply to Mr. RKNMiV, j*, Broadway, or A. J. C. FoYE i CO., Bergen avcuue station. rpo LEASE-DOCKS AND WHARVES, IN NEWARK, A..H: f0St ?!1 P"!WU,C Kl.vcr cnd **??*> on Morris y;?,1'"' ? location for lumber, eonl 1.r wood yard. A111.lv to GEORGE W. HOJKR, 97 Duane street, New York. TO LEASE?THE UNDERllILL HOMESTEAD W acnw, near llpboken Ruec Course, suitable for notel, pienlcs, cardcmir. or manufactory: also SOacres. Know Farm, near Rye Lake, Westchester county. Partic ulars any morning before U o'clock, at HA East Twenty, ?econd street 0. UNDERllILL. Ifl'Y ORANt? STREET, JERSEY CITY-A THREE AutJ story and basement brick House, with all modern improvements. In a flr?t cla** neighborhood, w Itbin ten minutes walk from Cortlaudt antl Desbrosscs street ter rlos. and embracing a charming view of New York bav ?W0 1 ls anJ.10 let, to a private faintly only; reut PUOPIORTY Ol'T OV THE CITY FOR HALB OH TO RKIVT. ALL WANTING FARMS?GOOD SOIL MILD CLI > j mate?for papers address C. K. LAND1S, Vlncluud, All who visit white stone are charmed with Ha beauties and advantages as a place of red aence; um! ko nianv suburb- It |? a,-ce?alble by railroad 2?i fi*.Kln!i? '. "1! the spirit ot improvcineat Is rile: _____ . H. MILLER, 25 Nassau street \ ilAU.M OV ??,A< RKS. WITH STOCK AND IMPlfE h- 1 JJ . , house and outbulldiuRs; land under K. W. H AlOllT, X3 Broadway, room S. A HOME IN THE COUNTRY, NEAR THE (iRFAT tnctropolU, in a healthy, tlirlviiu: suburb - ts im' the mace to Insure comfort. happinet<i and long life; vnnCan buy snch a borne at W hitesun'e for on the easiest terms ever o To red; only M?) ca*h required MILLER, 23 Nassau street AT rUFTOJ. STATEH ISLAND, NBAR ST JOHN'S /A t.hiirch?A neat Cottage, 10 rooms, halls, cellar*; all ta^nU: compk-tely Tumlshed t fruit, large gurrirn lftniinulrs wjilk and flvc mliiiites' ride frnni terrw; rent ?W per month. Apply to JAMES W. SCUENCK, si Bar clay rtreet, New Yt>rk. 1 I A-WARD Jk OODKN'S LIST OF COUNTRY COTTAGES ? tolet fori rlvateor boarding occupancy, are now ready. Parlies Wing a rural desire can obtain the same U^nappucauon. orflee, Broadony, corner Seventeenth AT NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND?TOLET on the terraces and vicinity, a number of really de^ sirable :uini?hcd and unturnish. d flr--t class Houses ' W. A. COLLINS, 33 Pine street A N HOlR AXl) A Ot? ARTS ft FRoM WALL STRI LT waikimr^I'i ?r?^n^tmii fHi A,venuo Hotel, Incloding all waiKlnff 141 trains dally.-?T<> let, nt Wiiltfgtonr L I ah tlcKrant Honse, 8 rooms; eleval'-d oven ranue"; hot and for ?VeVr11 Per month an.t commutation to. a 1 car 'ree. t. hII and ^at ticket* end t-ee plans. OEO. W \ an SICLEN, 133 Nassau street AT/T,'f/ SEASIDE?$2,.Tan WILL Bl'Y A PRETTY trnX! .H,h,K" !'-V' 1 r Also Cottars to street API''/ ,0 owuer, at 237 Ureenwlcli A T M"l?ERVTE PENT 43 VINI TES' TRIP. DEHTHA xA hit* home; finest a v??auc and location; ncur dcD(?t At Mushing; fruit, cor; nl. n- e- garden, lie * P ' 1 . _C'EO. IS WAI.Khlf, 112 Rroadr.ay, room 2. AT mCK, OX Tin. HI DSON?THREE XEW FIRST class Ilou.-es tor salr1, on Ihe ri\er; t o-t )o?:atioa in ^ciiK?^onffl^ra,"^8rmi to ,"1'-Adarr^ A-LONO BRANCH COTTAGES ON T|?E SEA . shore tor ale or to rent, turnl-'.?d or unPinii ho.i lor the present season; very destrabft riaee. near the sea? with acres attached; unimproved Plot.* <,n Oceaudrive' *c., well locate,I for Inrectrecnt or hulldtna for ??if: pamphlets, with full dct-crlptlon, mailed (tee; special sir' vey map at the ?fBct. of F. 0. a' p. BROWN, Xgents for Long Branch real esUte, '.'J Broadway, New York! AMACNIFICRNT COUNTRY SEA* AND FARM OP u?^ hour In New Jerse,v. near ilt put iruod buildings, IiIkIi location, splendid shade, trulr, Ac eta great barnani. A.Mrr-- II M . Herald ottl.'e. AT NEW BRIGHTON-TO RENT, BRICK VILLAS JX furnished or nnftimisUed; in to 1 i rooms j all mo<teni ImprovemenU; gardens, l?wn*, view anil locaUon uusur J" *" summer; near Ic rrv f) IWAMS, SANDS A GAItRfc'lNON, A6l ibertv streot AT NEW BRIOHTOV, H r?TO LET, TnBER BRICK JV Mllas, AirnNhM and unnirtiiihed; II room*'all modern Improvement, iiear f.jrri ? W> ml miles trom city _ __ _E- Dl'hCAN 8XIFFEN, No. H Pine street A FIRST CLASS SUMMER RESIDENGE Til LtiV? On Long Island, twenty miles by rail For further part I oulars Inquire at Kt Madison avenue.. JOHN OWEN A ? HOTEL TO LET, FURNISHED, OLT OF THE . City ; cost oxer >X?); ata very Ion r< nt ?. 0. nWiftf, iTtwistfi Oov-y, as wuitan ?t PBOnUtTT OUT (MP THI Wfl POB BALB OB TO MW. A GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOE BOMB ORB TO get a bargain at Elisabeth, N. J.?Lot ttal* kooaa 34x36: French roof and basement, IS room*; city water gas and gas fixture* throughout; range, furnace, bath room, two water closets, stationary washtubs, marble mantels, all in comrletr and perfrct order; rtreet pared, flagged, curbed, guttered and aewered?all paid for; moat desirable location , price $lri,MM; can be bought for |U,IW if purchased before Mav I: termseasy. PRICE A IIAJNKH, at Broad street, Elisabeth, K. J., , and 78 Nassau street, New York. A FINE BU ILDINO, ?0 ROOMS, ON TIIB PALA sades, opposite LSOth street, to let, an a hotel or insti tute. COLB * MUDGETT, corner of Thirty-second street and Sixth avenue. Banks of the hudson.-oountry residences for sole and to let, furnished and unfurnished. at almost evcrv station on the line of Uin Hudson River Railroad, Parties desiring to purchase or hire in this choice location will ltnd lull particulars with 8. EM BE RSON, 6W Sixth avenue. BEAUTIFUL HOURS, FARM OF U ACRBS; only one mile from comity town, V,i hours trom New York; all clear, perfectly level, smooth land, free from stone; house nearly new, six rooms, good cellar; lance barn, 30x10, wagon house, stone wa*h house, hog house, smoke house, corn cribs. Ac. ; line orchard, plenty of fruit; line stream running through farm; good water at house; near churches, schools, stores, post office., Ac.; price ouly $9,000; terms very easy. . _ PEISKOW A STILLMAN, East Strondsl.urg, Fa._ Better than savings ranks OR LIFE 1NSUR ance.?$fi?) per uionlh and $720 cash v. Ill soon buy a charming $7,200 House, 8 rooms beater, range, hot and cold water, dumb waiter, marble mantels; double lot; all assessments paid ; Ave minutes from depot at Whltcstone, L. I.; 41 trains dally ; an hour und a quarter from house to business; much belter than horse cars; commutation for one ) ear free. Call and we plans und get passes. _ _ GEO. W. VAN Klt'I.EN, 133 Nassau street, N^Y^ rillANOE SELDOM offkrhd.-to let. for the \J summer, at Westport, Conn., completely famished Houso, nine rooms, garden and >? acre of land; fine Iruit, Ac.; convenient to schools and i nur< hcs. A. PALMES. M0 Canal street Country Residence, suitable fob a large family, to let, furnished; healthy location; good gar den ; beautilUl shade; two hours fri.in New York. K. BAKER, MMstone, N. JF._ /CHOICE FABMIWO AND TIMBER LANDS, IN V ' Mark couuty, Wisconsin, for sale low?One-quarter cash, balance in one, two and three years; or will ex change for any kind of merchantable Goods. Pianos, Car riages, Bugles, Jewelrv, or Improved Real Estate in or near New York, assuming encumbrances lo part of Its value; railroad* now being built through the county; title perfect. Also SO acres Improved Farm in Juneau county,Wis., for sale or exchange. Address A. H. BYBNE, box 1M Herald office. _ /"1HERRV HILL, N. J..ONB HOUR FROM CHAMBERS V' street?Two convenient Cottages tor sale or rent; will cxcliangc. Owner, I to 3. W. 8. PIERSON. Builder, SO Pine ?treet._ /"1BNTBAL RAILROAD OF NKW JERSEY.?FOR V' pale, 27 miles from the city, a tine Fruit Farm of HO acres; land in excellent heart, mavnlticcnt mountain seeneyr, wood", wide stream; unexceptlnnally healthy; low. Address FRUIT FARM, Herald office. JJNGLBWOOD AND LINE OF NORTHERN RAIL J road?Splendid Country Seats, Houses, Land". Ac., at bargains; several fine Places to exchange for city or Brooklyn Properly; also Houses to rent. KELLY BROTHERS. 808 Broadway. IIVERY MAN INSTINCTIVELY LONOS TO POSSESS i a home; this laudable ambition can he gratified bv men of most moderate means bv paying $A90cu?h, mort t/Btfe for for live years and fw monthly; the houses fue desirable, near depot; beautiful section; price ouly $?,*?. Freo tickets issued by WM. H. MILLER, 2A km tau street. FARM?125 ACRES, TWO MILES FROM DEPOT, AT Mctuchen, good building, under thorough cultiva tion, at a bareain. CAMPBELL, PIERSON A CO., l,l? Park place. FOR SALE?TWO STORY COTTAGE, FIVE MINUTES from Morris and Essex Railroad depot; location healthy, elevated, end everyway desirable;two yards, with fruit and (lowers; $4,01U. $1,50J to remain on mort gage. If not *dd May 1 will he let. Call at lift Orange street, Newark, N. J. IjWR SALE?AT DARIEN, NEAR STAMFORD, A ' charmimr Place of three acres; oarriituo house, stable, Ac.; fruit, shade, good garden: splendid fishing,sailing and iKiating close hy. JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street II^OR BALE-ON 8TATBN ISLAND, BETWEEN To MP klimiilc and Staplcton landings u flan Grocer* Store, well stocked, situated on the corner of Lay and Elizabeth streets, with Horse, Wagons <, ml Harness; ll-.o cause of selling the owner has other business lo attend to. For lurther Information Inquire on the premise*. IjtOR KAI.I5?A DELIGHTFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE, water front, garden, one. acre; all Kind of fruits; 30 minute* from city; near station. Inquire of 0. N. WHITK HOUSE, 73 Washington square, south side. IjlOB SALE-A BARGAIN FOR SOMEBODY, THREE acres of Land, good bulldinus, plenty of fruit, 2,0U) feet from depot. Address H. u. 11., IlillMlale, N. J. For BALE or TO L3KT?AT GREENVILLE. N. J.. 20 minutes lrom New V<?rK by Now Jersey Central Rail road, several new and desirable Houses, ut low prlcwt and on en*) terms. Inquire uf JulIN MORItBLL, Greenville. IIOR SALE OR TO LET?A BARGAIN?A NEW French roof House and Villa I.ot on Stnten Inland, eomrianrtin;? a magnificent view of the Bay, only ten minute.* from ferry; UouHe contains 14 room*, with all tho modern Improvement?, bathroom*, ranees, hot and cold water, Ac. j only 8?,000 cash required, balanoa In easy payments; rent $700. Apply to J. O. BOYD, Clipper Bttlldlng, 90Centre street. "tlOR SALE OR TO RENT?A HANDSOME THREE A1 r.torv French roof House, at Elbrnoeth, with an acre I of land; house newly painted; contains parlor, library, | d'tilug room, kitchen, laundry, bath-room, nine sleeping i room*, with closets, hot and cold water, das, ramie, ; furnace, marble mantels. Ac. Apply to D. W. BROOK* FIELD, 81 Cedar street, or CRANE A GLASBY, Elizabeth. FOR SALE OR TO LET, CHEAP?COUNTRY SEAT. Lr.rce double House, French roof; stable; six acres; prcat variety ot fruit and forest trees. Two miles from I'ort Richmond landing. 8. I.; fine, healthy location. W. A. COI.LINS, 81 Pine street T.IOR RENT OR SALE-TWO MINUTES FROM DBPOT P on Morris and Essex Railroad, fine HoiimJ pW acres of Land, with Hor.se and Cow; 1), hour from New York. Address B. F. HOWELL, Morrlstown, N. J. f ?toi boarding house. ft. 1* F*rk FURNISHED HOI'SB IN PLAINHE1.D, N. J., TO lnt? Pleasantly located, near depot; all Improve ment*. Call at or addrm SB l'earl street GREAT SPECULATION?UANDSOME, HEALTHY Residence, M rooms; 44 acres Improved land; finest water and landscape \lew on Statcn Islaiid; 1>? mile fruin landing .depot w ithin JUU yard*; $14,000; term* casv; 10 acre* can bu sold off in lots for more than cost of whole property. DARRIN", SO Broad street HACKEN'SACK AND VICINITY.-FOR SAIK AND TO let. Country Seat* and Cottages, all prices; some furnished, fend for printed description. __ E. M. MASON, No. 1 Chambers street Handsome residence, all modern impbovf nunts; a" lot;*, handsomely laid nut, tine view buy, carriage house, plenty fruit; seven minute.*' iVom ferry, Statcn Island, $10,OW. DARRIN, 90 Broad street. IONO BRANCH.?TO LET. THE CENTRAL HOTEL, J with gas thtouKhuut; dining room 60x27: 03 bed rooms, parlor, laundry and stable; the building Is 134 feet, faelng the ocean, four story ana Mansard roof; pas In every room. Apply at 63 Orceno street, o: to Mr. VaN DOKEN, Chelsea avenne, Long Branch. IOXO BRANCH. TO LET. A COTTAGE, lf? BOOMS, J 2.Y? feet sea front, stable, Ac., (tarnished; next to How land's Hotel; rait $1,SOU. Apply at 55 West forty-sixth street, New York. Long brancii.-to let, the fine store, with gas. on the shore, next to Mansion House. Apply at M West Korty-Alxth street, or to Mr. VAN DORN, Cltcbea avenue, Long Branch. Madison, n. j.. house to rent?fuknishbdor unfurnished; IS rooms; every convenience for gen teal family; llue lawn, garden, iceliuse and stable. J. F. TICHENOR, 69 West Br ad way, MP.TrCHEN.-SKVliN ACRES, WELL SHADED lawn; good house, ten ro?ms, stables; SCO bear ing pear trees; 1,900 feet u'rnpo vines, treiilHod; apple, peach, plum trees; blackberries, strawberries, rnsp herries, gooseberries In variety-, six minutes' walk from depot; terms liberal. A. L SCOTT, 05 Wnlker street METUCHEN, N. J.-A VERY DESIRABLE COUNTRY Seat of 8 acrcs; flne buildings, fruit, Ac.; very I cheap: also choice Farms, Houses. Laud<, Ae., at gn at bargains. KKLI.Y BROTHERS, 2U5 Broadway. Madison, n. .t.-large nocsE to rent, fur nlshed or unfurnished, Silx90 feet, two stories; tnwn handsomely shrubbed and shaded with old trees; Ice bouse filled, stable, Ae. ALFRED If. TREDWELL, 69 West Broadway. Newark, n. j.?for sale or to let-house and Lot corner of Hl?h and New streets; new stone house, II roow, looatlon elegant; terms easy. Address X., box 208 Herald NYACK.-FOR SALE or to LET, ? MILES FROM eltv, on Northern Railroad of New Jersey, a House; has 13 rooms ; l'j fi're; perfectly healthy*, boating ana fishing; immediate possession. Apply to M. J. K \NE, 2,17 Broadway, basement, from 9 to IDS A. M. and 4 to 6 P. M. ONLY $40 PER MONTH AND $420 CASH WILL, IN Inur years, buy a very pretty House and Lot, five minutes from depot at Whftcstone, L. I.; 41 trains dally; commutation one ycarftee; all anew.rtenta paid. Call and get pa sues and seo plans. Only au hour and a quarter from lioiu.e to business GEO. W. VAN S1CLEN. 1SS Nassau Street, New York. PLAIN riELS, N. J.?A SPLENDID CO IS TRY SEAT of 7 acres, fine modern patfdjaga, fruitt, Ac.. nr sale cheap or exchange for a city Houh.- ,.r on Brooklyn llelnhts. KET.LY miOTlll.HS, $gf Broad*ay. OPT/EXDID FARM?IS \rRE?. FEE* VltoM STONES; O W in a flnc state of cultivation, balance heavily tim bered; e*e?-l!ent orchard, 176trre?; ali kinds of fruit; biij|illnyH tjilr upd numerous: thrm a.iles from Strouds burg sna depet; prt?se, including crops In gfotlBd, 53>""V. For AO particulars aupiy to OSCAR G. RAFFERTY, 30 Old flip, 11 add re WM BAFFERTY, Stroudsturg, Pa_ ViPLF.NDID FRUIT FARM?16 ACMES, COVERED 0 with fruit; 800 pear trees, 2a0 apple, *90 peach, 29 cherry, 28 ph'm, 29 quince,2,000grape, fine: I acre rasp berries, 1 a<re I aw tons, 1 aero currants; buildings In com plete order; 1 m!!? from depot; only ??? . 3. 8. I F.ROfKON,:? Nassau Street room A r LET?IV ASTORIA, !10 MINCTE8 FROM P8CK slip, a House with water, cos, ran|?, fttrnaee, Ae.; nine rooms, and complete stable; rent $71*'. Aiinly w .V. A W. H JACKSON, coal offlee, A?torlat or addriM bo* 664 Post olhce, Yonti rs N. Y7 TO I.KT-IN NEWARK, N. J., TWO NEW FRENCH rool Cottage Houses, ea^-h containing fen rooms and all ntodein l:nproveiuetits; muutll! jrwk from depot; rent low. Apply to THOMAS O'CONNOR, m Broad sin et, Newark, N. J. rno LET?ON TUE Hl'DSON (EAST SIDE) A THOR. 1 out lily mrnlshed House, beatitlfnllr situatetl on liigh ground, on a place of t?Vv acrei, sloping to the river; greutidi kept In order; milk, lee and abendane? of fresh vegetables without charge; CArrlags lious'- aied ktubling for two horse*; one hour from New York by e\pre.s? -rain; rtnli) steamboats. Rentft-om June 1 to I>oce:ulK. I ?l.EMk Apy!} at 5i Broadway, room 18. PKOPKRTY OTT OF TH1 CITY VO* ?AMB OR TO HKST. _ T0..1"-" BAST OBANOB, N. J , FIVE NEW COt! Jr.?? .T** J*??gy 7 room* each, good finish, lots SOxKJO; I Y??k Church depot, 4U mluulea from New numti^1-nriifi?.? l,ie ?7 low price of $30 pel (IAKDNKb I <T?aH!?"1 00 "MMittlv paymeuU. Apply 14 * WWBruad.trecl, Kcwtrk, ti.f. _ Tncw?TT^3i V?*tKV- *?*. MIDWAY BETWEEN with uaiSen l*1*' ? containing U rooms, Ave iuinut?i' wSt iwl j ?u?<l shade trees; and only to IIBNRY &RKkV5?,b <Je'Y>t* *,rn?? modcrtM. Apply to boK H. New? kf n! jP|K^U toe KW^,or by lotUr T?ninfTUo^JI^?^THUL ?NTAINlSO ferries; lOmiM w2tu%? erate. Atfiy fCHAS. rfBBMcg, T?brkI"HoiiiioEau Ncw'^?ANn8?MEI0*** STORY improvements, c'oaveataat to all depots* nTnVaauCL*In* quire at 278 High .street, Newark. ' r*nt*aua lB* TO LET?AT NEW BRIGHTON, STATKNIHLAND FOB the summer month*, to a small family uulv ?' f.,ii? furnished House, with all mortem Improvements further particulars address i>ox 4,988 Poet office. TO LKT-A FWKMriHED HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY containing neven rooms, with stable for two horses! for three and four months; 65 miles from New York and three minutes from the depot. Address A. W., box 109 Warwick, Orange county, N. Y. TO LET-IT MONTBOSE, A NICE FRKNCHHUTLT Honae, furnished; all Improvements; gas, water, Ac.; lawn, garden, Ac.; near station. Apply at No. 4 South WHIimi^ street, Now York. r LET?MANSION HOUSE, ORANGE; AN ELEGANT new building; alra City Hotel, 847 and ftt# Broad i<rf?K^w*rk- *? fret deep; reut $2.SOOi Addres. B. W. HOLMES, Orange, N. J. TO LBT-8KVKRAL FIRST CLASS RESIDENCES, furnished and unturnished, for the season or year, on Doth shores of Htatcn island; rents from $360 to S3 500. DARRIN^ SOBroad street. TO LET-RESTAURANT OF A SUMMER HOTEL, . within si* miles of Now York by water; tt?e above notel l? at the stanmboat landing anil patronized extoa slvely by picnic parties and target companies; hoat makes four trips daily. Apply to WILLIAM E. BARNES, 34 Old slip, New. York. TO LET?A COTTAGE ON BEACH STREET, 8TAPLB ton, Staten Island; eight rooms. Possesion linmedl ati If. Apply to JOHN GAULT, W and 71 Broadway, New York. TO LET?A SMALL STORE OB OFFICE, 183 MARKET street, Newark, IS. J., with large, light Boom* In the rear, with or without steam power; very convenient for manufacturing purposes; also near two railroad depots, Apply on the premises, or at BIGLOW BRO. A CO.'S, No, 7 Beaver street. New York, between 12 and 1 o'clock. r LET?AT NYACK, N. Y.. PARTIALLY FUR nlshed, a splendid Country neat; description tiy cir cular. Ap ply to EDWIN BOSS. Nyack, or to TIIEODORB ROSS, #1 Front street, New York. TO LET, IN FLUSHING?THE SPACIOUS AND ELR gant Italian Nllla, recently occupied by Mr. Moes, of Wallack'A, on Linnorus and State street*, one mlnuta from depot, Including extensive fruit, ornamental and uarden grounds, carriage house, stables, Ac.; mandoa has hot and cold water, gas. range and furnace, com bining city and country comforts, being adapted for a first class winter and summer residence; rent 91,000. Ap ply to M. LIVINGSTON, 154 West Fourteenth street TO LET AT IN WOOD?HALF AN HOIR FROM CITY, a House, two minutes from depot. 12 Rooms; uus, water, heater, range; bathing, boating and Ashing; full view or Hudson Elver; high; healthy; possession; rent 5400. Apply to 8. EMRKRSON, 669 sixth avenue. New York. _ TO RENT?AN ELHOANT COUNTRY SEAT, PAR flatly furnished, 18 rooms; stable, carriage house and barn, with 17 aerosof land; situated near Newark; this Is in trnth a gentleman's place. Address P. M, 80HANK, 7sw Broad street, Newark, N. J., who will send photo* graph. ? , - rpo RENT-ORANGE, COTTAGE, NEAR DEPOT; 10 1 rooms: modern improvements; gas and water; moun tain view: rent moderate. Newark?Broad street, near South Park, three story Residence; 14 rooms; superior neighborhood and loca tion ; perfect order; every Imuroveuient; rent low to good tenant. E. DUNCAN SNIFFEN, No. SPincstreet. WATSESSINO, NEAR BLOOMFTELD, N. J.?TO rent, three years or less, nt $830 to $780, part di able House, unfurnished; six rooms, cellar, garret, heater, garden, plenty fruit and ground; stable it de-trod; liealthy air; three rainntes from depot. C. F. A. HINRICHS, 20 Park place. WILL BE SOLD CHEAP-AT WESTPOBT. CONN., line House, ten rooms, fine outbuilding", eight acres of land; good water, choice fruit; everything In com plete order. A. PALMER, 24ti Canal street. m .-A CASH, $3,000 MOBTGAGR AND $80 MONTHLY OU wiir ? - ^ - 'ill pureham a neat three story House at whltestone; eight rooms, water, gas pipes, Mwer connec tion; streets pared and sidewalks Ituggnd; two minutes' walk from station: price $6,900. Free tlekots Issued by WM. H. &1 ILLKR, K Nassau street. New York. dt??? nnn -FARM FOR SALE; 53 ACRES; FINE qPU.UUU. river Tiew; near Crrger'sstation, on Und soa River Railroad; good house, burn, Ac.; it good invest inent. CAPERS, CI.AKK A CO., 8i (Vdar street. dj>i o nnn -A sPtENWD karm op 6S acres, ipXii.UUVr. 2? mttts in New Jersey; contains a num borof first cla-is villa ait'-a; good bulldin;** in bust of order; a rare chnnce. E. BOOKHOVT, 03 Liberty street, Now York. KKATj KS'i'ATB TO EUHiNOR. AT ELIZABETH, N. J., FOR BALE OR EXCHANGE, two very flue Building Sites, each HOxiV), < n New ark avenue, three minntes' walk t'roni North Elizabeth depot, rarroiinded with first claw residences; a bargain. Apply to O. O. Bl'.NJi ET, No S Pine street A.I 8TORV II. 8. B. 8. HOUSE 19X48, LOT ltJO.6, TO exchange for a good paying Tenement Property; also a lliw corner do.; will sell. rent or exchange a largo number of brick and b. a. Houses at and on fair flash ba.iN. JAMES rowe, ?I9 Third nvonue. A?STATER ISHND PROPERTY. VALUE $20,000, ? equity $lS.wm, to exchange for a first clans four story high stoopbrown stone House, in the vicinity of Central Park, worth about $?><',000; difference paid in cash. john M. PIER"-E, tod Broadway. MJW Pine street. A FIRST CLASH three STORY BROWN STONE, East tilde, to exchange for country property; rare chance. MEYERS, SHI I'M AN A BLAUSON, Broadway, corner Twenty ninth street. Brooklyn house to exchange?for hoi tie In New liaven or small Farm In the vicinity or Nor walk, Bridgeport or Stamford. E. M. MASON, No. 1 Chamber* street. C1HICAGO PROPERTY FOR SALE?OR EXCHANGE J for Property in or near New York.?It Is in acre* yet, unencumbered, and clow to extensive improvements now making; big speculation for any one able to hold on. Ad drtaS lully H. S., 262 West Thirty-ninth street, New York. I EXCHANGE OR SALE-STATE OF GEORGIA. CITY OF !i Brunswick.?Those seeking a perfect climate, desira ble In summer as in winter, remarkable for health; churches of all denominations and excellent schools, lo cution on the roast, magnificent oak groves, classes a* tin! most beautiiul town in the Southern States. The property Is the most perfectly improved, and In Uia (lc?lr ;'de portion of tUo city; the grounds contain orer ail acre, !>cautl.''uHy laid out, stocked with choice flowers, fruit trees and vines; new house, uiost convenient sta bler and outbuildings; complete prospect of town; oertain for rapid advancement; will sell or exchange for pro perty, elty or country, or good fhrtn north of Baltimore; If property offered is of moro value will pay balance cash. Address promptly box 93 Post otflcc, Brunswick, Ga. IEXCHANGE?KOK merchandise OR OTHER PBOF !i ertv. ".'1 r.ots. 25xl<*>, at Cies.'kUl, Northern Rnllroad, W miles out; hh;h, beautiful ground, clone by station; nice surroundings; $2,000 mortgage, equity $0^00. Ad* dress H. O. LUSK, Yonkers, N. Y7 IriOR TiXCHAJiGE?improved AND UNIMPROVED 1 Property, in a live Western city, title perfect, freo of cnotunbrance, lor a Stock of Merchandise, suitable for the Westcrf* market. For full particulars apply at 101 Broadway, room 8. For sale, rent or exchange-for a small house or good loU on cost side--The elegant, new iou? storv Dwelling 3W lifty-seventh .street, between Eighth and" Ninth avenues; basement, parlors and scet.nd eWy finish, d In hard woods; third and fourth floors painted la color.*, basement and vestibule In oil; unsurpassed loco tion; cotuo and m>o It i owner means business and Invites only business men. 8;$ till 5Vi. IlOB SALE OR EXCHANGE-AT ISLIP, I.OXO 1 Island, a beautiful Place, six acres; good Uouu> and outbuilding!; abundance fruit; a great bargain. UQBEKJ T. MKfcKi^W Cedar street. For sale or exchange for new york oa Brooklyn Property?4(*l aerim In Soath New Jerser.on^ half tillable and meadows, balance, woodlands; loamV soil; accessible to New Vork and Philadelphia bv tw.i railroads and navigation. Apply to W. H. MELIC'K, 421 llrnadnay. TOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?A NEW MILL, 8IIIT JF able for matMlflKturlng of an v kind, !t Houses and 20 acre* of Land. in Cboster county.Ta.; will bo ?old at* SACHflec. UareaM 191 Herald offlo?. IK?R MLB OR EEC MANGE-NEAR LONG BRANCH. N. J , a handsome Country Scat, c.itli three aerts or ground, tostefuily laitl out; plenty of rrult, shade trees, shrubbery, A?.; Mansard too! on house m,.j htable; a cor ner property and very desirably located. For photo ?raptilff srirWs nod particulars *ppl> ai U? Tu>lur street, Broikh n, H. D. * For sale?or exchange for a v\k\t \bout ho miles (Void the city, u House ami Mne Uiiilii Brook* lyn. Vpply to Til. BOHBOfr A CO., 281 Dov.ry. IOT LUMBER AND TOOLS IV EXCHANGE FOR J llottfc in New Yi-rk or Tlclulty. Also food Mi to exchange for Honse. MOODY ,? to., Real Estate Agents, ISA Broad way. TO EXCHANGE FOR NEW Yt)BK OR BRooKl,YN Improved Property?A flrst Class Kar:-t on tho Hud son oio* hour feorr elty; twos**ta of btilstlnga: one ho'i*** ha* all nn>dern lniprov? m?nts; sta' le, carriage house. Ac.; will add some cash. J. O. HOYT A SON, 171 Broadway. WILL EXCHANGE FOR GOOD UPTOWN LOTS?A handstane four -teir.v brown stone Hottae, near Forty flfth street aud Fifth avenno. ' ft LBBPlNAWi:, J? Tine Street. WILT. HELL EXOH ANGB-IiKLIOHTFDL CoUN try Sear, nnencnt;ibi?red, ball hour ttoin eity non* depot; lieantiful large honse, coach hotiae, garden, au kind tlrulta; for city or Brooklyu productUe Property, tn. qnlre of J. W. BOC rt)N, 706 Broaaway. mat All BUT ATH w amt bdI ?ibei;xwoor?handsome lot wanted, ad^ r dress box 174 Herald Uptown Branch oftl< e, l.ifll Broadway. IwitlTICAi. ' ? POLrnCAL rttrMlNG OK EVERY DESCRllTruff dono m short notice by the Metropolitan Printing Efc tablishment, corner of Bread-way and Ann street. New Yor*. MlTHmnviO,. A OrsiI.EMAN If)., OF GOOO MeXnR~*TALL, J\ aiiilalde. desires n b.vlntr wife (widow or otherwise). ?'?0h*vl"K nicans: strlcteM honor. Address B. ORUM MOND, Post oflfce, Csmden, N. J. The victor?the rat op the sr. vson. to eh folind only at l.l; MMHON WALTON. 0W Rro?dway, above I ;n??n -t.uaid.