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A PREF. REGISTER. WITH PARTICI I ARS OF
A AWXl (:itv llou-ee and Building Lota for *a!r and to
?A containing eitv map. 4e . Ac , gr?tii. Apply to t. K.
BfVVKNhon a HON, Ki-ai K*t*te Auctioneers and
n?? v r.rwn? ?in n f*'.-,
Broker*. 111'lui' street.
FOR
a few choice plots and hintclk loth for
A Mi?~On the Roulcvard. Fall particulars ol E. H.
[{lpfiiu ,t i t).. No 3 Pine street. o
2X'R SALE?POL'K STORY FROWN STONE HtlUi
I ftoop linn- : eoinpb to order; 18 1 r.rk avenue, be
iron Thirl) iiln:li ami Fortieth noct*; Immediate po^
,iv< ii. In<|iilre el *s Marlon street.
Jit IB SALE?THE NORTHWEST CORNER OP FIRST
?\r!iii> and FllVy-O.v li treci, r?mr etory Tenement,
Mi in'-' II per cent; will Ih eold b.r less than . ......
? HOFFMAN, CHIIt UN A CO., IDS Sl*th avontte.
1N0K SALE?ftn.O 0-A RINK Til RICK STORY H 111 II
r atoop brown lone Hoott, Fifty sixth street, near
Ylret avenue * I: 911x10V
HOFFMAN. COBCKN A CO., #2 Math avenue
J.TOR SAI.E-A VAU'AHLB FIVE YEARS' LKA-IC.
on Grand afreet, a lew door, Iroin < roahy. I or
tariue uppl) at 143 (Iran.I -m et, up ulaira.
f KNOX HI I.I#?THE MONT RLIOlBftP SITUATION
kJ near Central Park.?Fur sale, the elegant ion? eturv
brown mi, ne llouae. IS) East Nixl".1 ninth street; ISxtid.
Ow uer ai 2d, next uuur.
?'H AVENUE LOTH?FRONTING CENTRAL I'AltK,
*) a superbly totaled -null pa roe I, particularly cheap
?IUk r to opera lorn or lor itmn< diate Improvement. Ati
?n 9th av.. fronting Central I'ar) ihe following choliv
SanelHol i?Qt? ?At tCal *i., l or 8lm?; a 174th *t., 3 extra
tpth lota; at Tilth at (Park entrance), entire black,
and Slat at., hall Moi-k; x7th "(.. 8 lots; With and CM
tb... 1 or b lots.
\ K. STEVENSON A SON, 11 Pine at reef.
Af 1 fWMV~8fi,000 <A?n?WILL PURCHASE K
flx.uoo three story (rout nnil lour storv rear
House and full l-of. near'the How cry, In Fourth went.
A entail oxjkihh will make ?i rent lor about $3,u0(> Apply
to I' i i l HI A Y, 12 Centre street.
VV'i.t Side.
Any family wantino a ptrst t lass rest.
denre tor their own occupation, in thai beautiful
fcloeii on Kifty-aevcntb stteot hmwecn Eighth and Ninth
avenue.*, will please examine No. Sftt. Under the eight
hour regime thin l.oueo could not po tlhly he ttni'hed lor
StU,ilXX owner lives In Hie country, and" offers It cheap
ion promo: bnyor; or will swap lor a small House or
MOuLnU; mortgage, $*1,(103. Owner on premlaea from d
UU 10 an 1 3 till &
A PLOT OF TWELVE I/ITS, NEAR WASHINGTON
Hutu lit*, on h!{h ground; beautifully shaded; sur
rounded 1>}' drat clav, residence*; priro low ; terms urn.
POTTER BROTHERS, No*. < uiul 6 Warren st.
A FIRST CLASS FULL-SIZED HIGH STOOP BRirtVN
stone House, 6'<!d street, near full avenue ; do. on 93d,
Mtb, Bttth mid Win fctroeta, in ur 5ih avenue.
V P. SEYMOUR, 171 Broadway.
HORNER OF NINETY THIRD STREET AND Till
U Boulevard?Two Lots lor wale low.
K. H. LUDLOW ,1 CO., No. S Pine street.
JTTH AVENUE LOTH.?CHOICE CORNER PLOTS AND
l) single Lola below and fronting l he Park ; ah.0 street
Lola near 9th and Madison avenues, D h to 110th streets.
TV. P. SEYMOUR, 171 Broadway.
fTlI AVENUE, 710, NEAR MTU STREET.?THE ELK
gant brown atono Ilouae. 4 story, high stoop, built hy
ilbi
IX Daggin; price very reAvmablc, with or without new
Furniture ; owner leavina thb city. Alro 7AT and 763 61*
avenue, Ooiitlog Uiu l'arv. SI and its fcot front.
w. p. SEYMOUR, 171 Broadway.
EOR SALE?a THREE STORY 1IOI SE, IN COM .
pi etc order, at a barzaln, if sold nt once, lot 13x113. i
julre nt 84 Amity street.
EOB SA1.K?PLOT OF OROUND, 210 FEET WENT OF
Kiflh avenue, on north side ol listh street. lU0xliki.il;
net.locality In this city for Investment; price $20,OHO;
auc hall cash, balance In three years. Address box :.,IK>h
rout ofllcc, New York.
I[tOR 8AI.E?PROPERTY KNOWN AS NOS. 4.17 AND
439West Thirty.luuith airect, between Ninth and
Teuth avctiuca; ground SO tcct front by half the block.
Apply to the owner, on the pre robes, for three day a.
?TOR SA l.K LOW AND ON EASY TERMS?THE
eight I,ols on tho northerly aide of Eightieth I,
twreu Miullsou arid Fourth uvenuee, being the entire
Wont, with the exception of the avenue lots.
IS. H. LUDLOW A CO.. No. 3 Pine street.
IOTS FOR SALE?THREE LOTS IN TilIRTV NINTH
J street, near Tenth avenue; tiro Lots In lllth rlrcct,
?ear Klgblli avenue. LOUIS A. DA OUN1IA,
Broadway and Forty-flfth street.
8TT1 AVENUE. FRONTING TIITi PARK*?A FINE
Plot, full front, 14 lots, a bargain ; also fine Plot* on
hod noarttth avruui am! 111 f? avenue Hi.ulevard.
W. P. SEYMOl'K, 171 llroudwav.
8TII AVENUE CORNER.?SOUTHWEST CORNER
Eighth avenue and Flfly rlxth *trcct.?Two fine
Mcane a, 29x100: corner store refitted, with new plumbing
and plate pla.-r front, painted throughout, in splendid or
der . will Po sold at a bargain; n!?o n full sized corner on
Sixth a; roue. Apply to owner. 23ii West Flfly-aceond st.
BKtlOKLWPROPKRTY FOR SALH3 AND
TO IsKT.
J^KMOVAL OK THE
HERALD BRANCH OFFICE?BROOKLYN.
?ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT OCR BRANCH OFFICE,
JN THE LONG ISLAND PAVINGS BANK BUILDING,
CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERU1I ST.
OFKIOE OPEN FROM ~8 A. M. TILL 8 P. M.
CARRIERS' AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7
FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN.
JjlOU KALE?A THREE STORY A Nil BASEMENT
Philadelphia brick Auiuc, nltli brown stone trim
aing*. all modern itnprov meats; <itaaicd In Pennslroet, 1
Brook Irn, E. D. ? very desirable location. inplv at MB i
IVnn dir. < f . i to BODKIN i jjUUINMAUEL. TO Myrtle
avenue, or toHN sell I Nig AG J: I., corner ol William uiul
Brol>until streets, New V.>r!t. in tie plumber's fliop.
PARLOR. HP IT ABLE FOR \ PHYSICIAN, AND TWO
Itirnlslud Room." to let. within walking dilance of
three ferries. SJ7 Juv street, Brooklyn.
IJ'O LKT-IPA BROOKLYN, FULLY FURNISHED,
pretty Hotnr, l*t June, n or U months- 13 room*;
plnn?, silver, Intl.Hog, linen, Ac.. complete; board two
Adults must ot rent; rnre cluinee tor voting couple. Ad
drew THE IIII.I., box !<;' II raid oRb e.
fPo I.RT?SECOND FLOOR OF 41 BAIN BRIDGE
J street, near Yatci avenue, and one block from Ful
ton avenue cr.rsi nil improvements In Hie house; rent.
$9) per month: Hi minutes from lorry.
tpo LET-IMMEDIATE POHSEHSION. 173 RYliRPON
street; all Improvement*; perfect order; also note
grown stone front Anply from II to 4 ill I.W Fulton -treef.
Sow York JOHN H HA INK Kl).
ft AND II TIFFANY PLACE, BROOKLYN.?FACTORY
V to lease, with power, machinery, Ac. Apple to B. 8.
BROWNPuN, 235 Pearl stropt. New fork.
JEH8P.Y CITY, IIIIHOKEY, IllDSON
CITY A!?l) III.KGKM KKAI. ESTATE,
Ft>r bale,
Folt A HOUHF. AND THREE LOTH, SIT
nat.il in Norlli Koboken. Hudson counlv,
Apply to JOHN hi hn.k, Hp y\, .-i Thirl; first stroet.
To lift or Lease,
TO LET-IN JJSRSEY C ITY. NEAR COKTI.ANHT AND
DfShrtirse.H el reel lo rrifs, a lliree gtory English base
nicnt House, culltniniiiu II rooui'i: p.., hnlh uud water
closet. Iiuiuire off. W. MILLER, 17 Hrund street, N Y.
WKSTCHE1TER COUNTY KKOPKKTV
FOR SALE OK TO RETT.
A T MaMARONECK, WESTCHESTER COI NTV, OPPO
J\ sile depot, a rood size House, with store and stable;
desirahle lor grocer; In lei, or n druggist; ren? $ti?.
ECGENK UHEVALLIKR, til Liberty street, basement.
AT TARPYTOWN?THREE OR EIGHT ACRES; FINE
river view : abundance of irnit and simile ; house 16
rooms, ?te.-.m hi atcr, gas and pure spring water, garden
tr'scnltege. r i. ri.ig.' nous:-, Ac.; a most desirable place:
mom dim pus < . iuti . furniture. A-., it desired; a city
in I,.? wiiriiinb in Wf'.nW taken in part payment. Apply
ti ' ? III CHAN AN, ou lb premise a,
WHITE PLAINS, WESTcnESTF.R COUNTY?75
ii\t> n. o.uii s from ilepol; j rice and lernia to
' ? ?' . purelmscr ; 70 ?i res, o.l the JIud:ou
??" '? '? nr..T: pni A
c > PECK A CO., All Broadway.
rpo let- ni ah moi y i , eknon, a m:h and very
I des it.! Cottar- u iUi our or i e.o acres, of Land;
fvni g.v
Y. aUD a li ok v Broadway and Seventeenth street.
rpo ItfcNI?CiiMHI.1,1 i'LV KUHNTBIIED, COUNTRY
I Hi* tide ii< . nu ? i"( u-.-d. one mile fr until' In Woat
Jbeater eounty . live seres laud; excellent curd-it, abun
daaaa Irult uud ?had-; very d raid, place
8 IK.El AND,201 Broadwnv.
TO LET?M \t IIIT), I'l A1NS. 1IYE MINI i MS FROM
depot, a lie ? I cm ni* end Greuiuls. with shade tree*
garden, canlage lu.m-. Ac. Apply t..< 11. DAVIS, ex
neater, 401 last ?? >ri> xth ur-> i
TO LET?THE STUM, t OT1 Ai?E, 1 (tl'.MKHLY Ot (T
pled by J R Cornell, eoiai ictclv n .?i bed. brant!
Iblly sitnated on high preund. dire th on ihe water nt
Skavetlport'a Neck, Now Roelu-ilo. >.Y. Appi- at the
?dice "i Hie Ha/iii'l Powder Conipam Wall street
N. V., or of JO." ECU EAMBDKN. Ni w It... |i, Ho.
ilitfi'Wl FOK acres ok ground, half
g)Jl),U\/U v, .1 ? I.el u I en Til it; ti" ' tr* :I '
ood river v iews v niUd cut intii tino pi
ddress D., box .3M3 Tnrr; town. N
PBOFBBTY OUT ok the city for
SALE OK TO KENT.
LL WANTING FABMS?GOOD SOU.. MILD i LI
l Uiile-'ur p.ipcri sddri s K. LANDIB, Vlueland
A
BdltC A IN-A SPLENDID FARM OF 445 ACRES;
only 6rnilea flroin lallroad depot; near large tow n;
on ? "I; >? <?! pretty lilluiir; ,|. rrs. schools, puet offle.c,
adlls. At ; dally mall and stage at door ; J!1. hours from
Ni wYork; 37 arrea clear rich land, adapted to grain or
(rb - lari-'f siream through inrni; good trout nshiug;
ft.iHi stone li.'i. e, Sroouw: good ia?rn. v upon hoiiae, cm n
erib; pood orrh* d ; excellent garden: I Horses, ft head
Cattle, 2 n.)v?, Ponllrv, 1 two-horse Wagon, I sprin..
Wagoa,' artuce . Plough, Harrow ,sleigh. Fanning
? i!i and small i '
, . - , prliT- including all,
attly R4,.'|I?I. term- s y.-ii-v,
TllUM AH . iI.LM A'?, F.a?l stroudsburg. Pa.
WI LL n RNIMHUD RESIDENCE, ON LONG
'-I ? ! ood i' h. in- irom el?y, New Haven road;
garden; ham, shad< ha thing, boating;
i cii.it -.r. tPTS' - a. W, I'OOLBY A CO..
"i Cnbin ,tiare, lieu'TliTiny A Oo. s.
A : 'DF.S'Cn TO LET NEAR RAHWAT,
. . a.,.1 ' 1 ' 1 ai'in.d mee of fruit;
!!"i , . A' ' ? . BKAcifF.i:. 4'i M.-.eei- strict, or
HO' A port RICHMOND, - J. TO LET
fwci t i si i rlir; m tnluulea fir?
WhioVa^s'-e"; ?;TvVl.u,k 'Mblre at
A
PHOPKHT* OUT OF THE CITY KOH
SALB OR TO RENT.
A~ T NEW BRIGHTON-TO LET. THRI.K BRICK YIL
la*. furnished and uiilurnistieo; *11 modern Improve
ments ; near lerry ; one of the most charming, cou* enleut
anil private places near New York.
K. DUNCAN bNIPKKN. No. 8 Tine afreet.
\ BEAUTIFUL LITTLE PLACE, AN HOUR KltOM
XU city via New Haven ro??l, to rent; spleudid view ,
neir elation. Address or ?) pur to Mr*. DAMO.x, Port
ebestor. N. Y.
4 SPLENDID FARM OF 60 ACRES-HIGH SOIL,
^Y good buildings, nearly new House, two stories, eight
mums; perieut order; good fruit, w#D watered; flue I oca
t'oii. i n Millstone River, W? Jersey. 1'4 uillc from depot;
tin.- neighborhood; tush price. SH.JtHi; can remain on farm,
$1,010; dirt cheap; must be .old ; worth BeUJn); possession
Jlmnediaiely. VOORHEEB A STRYUKIt,
.19 Nassau street, room 22.
I I NEWARK, N. J ?A NEW HOUSE, CONTAINING
. > i.' rooma and ull modern conveiih ncc*. for sale at a
great bargain. Apply to L. F HASKELL. No. 7 Mute
Street. New York, or to IIRITTAN A CO., 798 Uioad street,
Newark.
IT 1.4KB OKOROE.? A NICE COTTAGE, U ROOMS,
JY furnished, to let lor the summer; stable; ice:
tern if, $4im. Also, a new Gothic Cottage, H rooms; t ran,
$?*>?. Address JAMES CRANDALE, Lake George, N. Y.
4 I ELIZABETH TORT-A BARGAIN.?FOR HALE
1\ cheap,the Property stmated on Hccoiid street, nearly
opi Oil to life Park, uoitsi sling of House and two I-ol*. For
ii.nli r particulars enquire on the promises, cr of K. R.
KELLOGG, Real Estate Office, 8-.-cond Street, oppositi the
1'urk, Kllzabcihpcrt, N. J.
\RARK OPPORTUNITY. -A MAGNIFICENT COM
in Heat, within a short distance ot Prospect Park;
Mae ioii largo, elegantly finished, witli every modern
convenience for summer or winter residence; grounds 22
acres, well flocked with fruit; will lie sold very cheap or
exchanged :orcltj or Brooklyn Property. Address JOHN
SON, box 1,1 rJ) P.nt office, New York.
4 BARGAIN.?AT ALLENDALE, ON THE ERIK
.V Railroad, 2d miles from New York. Gothic House,3d
arii , fliii' 1 v trailed ; good stream running through.
It. COURTNEY, 7-1 Cedar tireot.
\ PLEASANTLY LOCATED KURNIFT1ED HOUSE?
,'Y with modern Improvements; well rhaded; near
depot, Hlaliifleld, N. J., to let. Address M., 179 Pearl St.
Bucks county farm for sale cheap.?
Nice Farm of 45 acres, t miles from large town, IX
hour from Philadelphia, U trains dally, 4 hours from New
Y'oi k city ; beautiful situation, very healthy, close to vil
lage, post office,stores, churches, schools; cash market;
80 acres under the finest cultivation, 1 acres wheat, I1
ryc, fl oats,4 corn, Ui acre* splendid grass, cuts - tolls to the
acre; largo apple orchard, cherries, pears, plums, grapes, i
?ve.; plenty good water; Irarne dwelling, 7 rooms; splen
did hart). 3s oy SO; numerous outbuildings, 15 seres very
heavy timber, oak and hickory; price, Including crops,
onlv $3,670; cash $2,000, balance easy. Address box it, ,
Richland Con Ire, Bucks couuty. Pa.
BE IUTIFUL RESIDENCE, 14 ROOMS, 40 ACRES RICH !
improved Land; plenty fruit; command.- fine view !
of the ocean; twelve minutes' drive from Htnteu Island :
Ferri ; $16 '?*) worth $25,0 N', to close entitle; tci mt to --nit.
W g I UA RUJV v) ftroH(l 8tre(>t.
Bakery to let?at far kockaway, l. I, on
reasonable terms, w ith a tine shop, on the leading
bn.-fnegg treat; none but a first ela-s bnker need apply.
For particulars apply to JACOB WILSON, 195 South
street, New York, or ot owner, Ml South Second street,
Brooklyn, I". D.
Bridgeport,conn.?to let, furnished house, |
119 Reever street, corner West street; all Improve- |
mi nts; 14 rootns. Apply to STRATTON, 728 Sixth avenue.
I 10TTAGK TO LET-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED. I
V' on the Hudson, Nye.ek; river iront. owner at lfli I
Water street, corner Maiden lane, between 11 and 1 i
o'clock Friday and Saturday.
17LIGIBLE HOMESTEAD FOR SALE?OR
It might exchange lor good Real ,>r Personal Property
In or near New York,
In highly privileged and pleasant city oi New Britain,
Conn , served by two trunk railroad* and only 20 minutes'
steam ride from Hartford; th sestate has location iinstir
passed, and oil its surrounding* arc ol special advantage,
looking to either home or Investment; consists ot dwell
lug (Gothic style), 17 rooms, eas and hot water circula
tion throughout; laundry, with soapstone tubs and boiler;
two bathroom*, excellent lurnoee, cemented cellar, Ac.,
Ac.; sinMe, accommodating several horwa, and eorringe
house; also greenhouse, WlxIM, titled with hot air Inrnncc
and fine and foil u t a I il; grounds fri n! two street*, beaiiti
fled hy law ii, choice shade trees, hedges and u large foun
tain, fined with blue and white seashore pebbles In mo
saic, w ith unfailing am feet head ot water. Furniture mid
greenhouse stock of several thousand lino Plant* also lor
sale. Photographic pictures, Ac., in office of i IltGIL
CORN Dili, New Krliuln, or address OWNER, box 1,(125
New York Po*t office.
flOR SALE?AT LITTLE NECK. L. I . FRONTING
the hay, a beautiful Place of 2!i acres, with dwelling
of 15room*. Iiandsottioly lliilMicd, frescoed, Ac., and all
modern improvements; modern carriage house and
stable, with rooms tor coachman, Ac.; also other out
houses, in good order; icehouse filled; excellent bathing
and fl-lilog ; less than one hour from city; train* run very
ottoaevery day; also night train. Teruis to suit. For fur
ther particulars apply lo J. C. BAILEY', 57 East fourth
street, near Bowery.
TTiOR SALE OR TO LET?THE ELEGANT NEW HOUSE,
I carriage house and stable. in Huguenot Park (Lather's
Hill), one mile irom the depot at New Knchc.lle, and one
hour troin city ; llic-rc are ti n rooms, besides double par
lors, reception and dining rooms, bathroom, water closet,
speaking tubes, dumb waller and registers, kitchen, w ith
range and hot and coll water, wash tubs and laife double
cellar, and on.- or more acres of land.
WM. s. TouLE A CO., 196 Fulton street.
TJURM8 FOR SA1 K.-25 At UKH, ONE HOl'R FROM
I city, price $4,000 ; 67 acre.*, Htock, (Tup*, Ac., $3,500;
15KJ iii-res. fine dairy Farm, 914,000; INK) acre-4. fine Improve
ments. lii.nnO, also ureal variety In Orange, Kockhtnd,
Westchoator and Dutchess comities and the host sections
ot New Jcncy, trom 20 to VP) acres. Sevoral to exchange.
H. IRELAND, 201 Broadway.
F
.toil .SALE?COUNTRY SKAT .ON F.AST RIVER (7
acre-' ; house, 16 rooms; outbuilding*. commodious
and convenient: plenty ot fruit; lee houso tilled; garden '
planted; law n shaded with lnrge forest, treca; view mag- I
nlih'cnt: rplendid beach ahore front; yachting, bathing i
ami Hairing; privllnes unequalled ; tell Minutes' drive ot ;
?teamlio.it dock, and hourly- trains; 26 minutes to city.
Apple at at Broadway (basement), Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, 12 to 2 o'clock.
JUIOR HAT.H-VFKY PRETTY. COTTAGE; EIGHT
? rooms; three lot*covered with frull: three minutes'
walk from New Brighton tbrry; surronndlngs first class;
$3,000; terms may. DAHRtN, 89 Brood street.
T/VOR SALE?ONE OF THE MOST ELEGANT RKSI
" dances on Statrti Island, with all tho modern Ira
proven.cuts; S acres beautifully laid out; desirably loca
ted; 1'4 miles from landing; owner going to Europe;
922,1*10, terms to accommodate; coat over fflO.'M); lui
iiishtd it desired. DARR1N, 60 Bread street.
Etoil BALK OR I.EA8B FOR A TERM OF YEARS?
One id the tlnest I'laees In the immediate vicinity of
New York; suitable for a gentleman's residence, Insutu
li- n nr hotel. Apply to the owner, A. II. K.ATHBONE, 112
Broadway.
1/lOR RENT, SALE, EXCHANGE.?HEMl'STKAD, L.
r I., House, eight rooms; eight acres; mile trom de
pot; eotniuutiitlon, 940; hour from city; plenty fruit; $15
per month, or lease three years. Apply to Dr. DAYTON,
1). ntisf. .'?*l Kiahlh nvenue.
Homf.r morgan has ji st received an order
to sell one of the llnest furnished Residences on the
Bound. Apply for particulars to him, at No. 2 Fine street.
Hudson river read estate for sale?and
unfurnished and furnished Houses, w ith nice grounds,
to let, tor either summer or veur, at Spnyten Duvvil,
Rtverdale, Yonkcr*, Ulctiwood, Irvlngton, Tarrylown,
Scarborough, Sinj Sing, Have rstrav Flslikill and Hvde
Park. Further particulars w ith S. EllBERHON, (169 Sixth
avenue.
Hotel to let?a rare chance to young
men starting lite. First elass Hotel, in n principal
Southern city, doing large business, elegantly furnished,
low rent and long lease, and at a great Mcriflct
? ? - tixo ?
Apply to THOMAS 1XOD, 51 Cortliunlt street, corner ot
Orcenwleh street.
NFORTH SHORE. STATEN ISLAND.?TO LET, FUR
nlslicd, for tho rummer or for the veer, n pleasant
Country Residence, in a healthy locality, a mile and a
half (Yum Inn.ling, containing .fining room, parlor, tlve
bedrooms, tw o kitchens, well slocked garden, orchard.
I so of cow, earruigc nnil poay upon agreement. Address
A. R., H. ral.l office.
VTEW JERSEY.?COUNTRT SEATS TO RENT. IN
11 lIic t'ollowliig desirable locationsHamfleld, Scotch
I'lalns, Orunge. M.uitelair. Blooinfleld and Westwood.
Hctllsgrenlly reduced. H. IRELAND, 201 Broadway.
Vp'ACK.-THK MOST ELEGANT RESIDENCE IN NY
li a. k lor sale; on the river, .luat lint-hod; 18rooms;
nil modern Improvements; adjoining the Institute
ground-;. Inquire at 28 Host rorty seventh street, or ad
are.?a It. box A,(M0 Poet office.
ORANGE, X. ,1.. AND VICINITY (SPECIALTY).?FINE
variety Property for sate, rent or exchange I. it.
GERRY, .'in Nassau sircut, corner Liberty. Orange office
opposite mailt dejK.t,
ORANGE MOUNTAIN?OVERLOOKING NEW YORK
elt.t , 21 seres cleared land; tor eligibility umur
passedby any locality on the mountain range; adjoining
the country sent of J. A. Roosevelt, Ero.
J ?,jj.
BIGGS A son. 206 Broadwav.
Rock la v it county farm for sale?of m acres,
nt Nan get. three quarters of a mile from depot of Uju
Northern Railroad ot New Jersey, S71 miles from cfijrt
belldingi lire and In good order; large quantities or
fruit, In f\:!l hearing; location high stid healthy and free
frmn Ho r and ague For price, terms, Ac , apply to
SAMUEL P.ANDLL. confectioner. Pi t'ortlandt street.
UAKATOOA.?TO LET, FURNISHED, AT SARATOGA
? Spring', a large and beautiful French suburban Got
tagc; modern Improvements, garden made; large barn
and carnage I oii-e, with roach man's an I liurneas rooms.
spai lotts grounds. nisgnltl'ent views; In fact a complete
g< nUemati's r. -lienre; tern* moderate. Apply to
LUi'KKA A MIlITE 76 Cedar street.
'I' ? I M AT WOODSBURG, THE NEW AND DEStRA
I pie wc'erlng place on r "ug hhind, a number of new
t'ot'agea, eontsinhi-f M and t( rooms each, very convent,
em) and desirably located; also s. v. rat large Houses,
containing is r. > 19 i >oms: the rtntswlll I" made reason
:i!i e t<? d< -iraM. narties. vv oimIkI ui ,< is situated !->'.( miles
ti'i. Nov Yo-t. dry, i.n the I toe k a war branch ot the
Sou !> de Railroad, n i,d ? ,i tiour from the depot foot of
S .nth eighth street. Williamsburg. S'tll water bathing
. to b had w111.in live miliums' walk from nil
to. erf I'.ithiti' about . !?h! lulnu , ride; good flsh
li .lie- lr.\ . ex -Kent w i. r and every t.mlllix for
health and condor For mil lnf. i illation apply In BAM
i i L v..MID, office in 1'.. I! street. New York! or V. P.
SEW EI L, I : opt ietur wi the PovUb 11 lb Lei, Moral,',org.
T" U;T "j>- 1 ' !'? Ill hDF.N'cr: OF E. D. SCOTT,
' de. i l ed 1 I',oven i'le M.n ,'i- i inly, N .1 ; large
h u e an .."'Is, w|i! , urrUig* house and table;
plenty ot in,>t; tine healths 1 oeauon, and distant one
mi Ir from ra: ?. ' t?* - :i at P< ton' .n ; re nt ve ry f'? w ted
roasea-iioii 1 im-dlateiy, A| ;-lv on the premise? , r to 11
F. CRANE, 491 Broad *tt et, Ni work. N. .1.
TO LIT?BY Til''. SEASON OP. YEAR M AR IIIE
city, " * *
Ireaiutiiil tune to d Cm n ?? and Gnaimls,
car liege house and plenty ot truit; n,ni nation; rent
low. Particulars at 870!, Bo,very.
LET?BURNISHED. FOB THRFK MONTHS IN
_ Bloontfleld, iMvautlful Home ; large grmiii i,, IS ro<)iii?
all tire ciiv conveniences; fl. e minutes irom den,it,
THOMPSON A Co., gel Biuudwav
rpo t
i Bio,
mo LET?FOR THE SEASON, AT SOUTH NORWALK,
1 Crnn., House,. 18 fttrnjabed room*, ami c . ,, ,
rooms; frtilt gardens stablea, flnc drive. ,t
moderate term*. Anply to J. R. PLAIT, 46 East F,.i
teentli street, up stairs.
T taee, new, eleven rooms, unfurnished, for the sen
-on, ten mlnu.os' walk from Inndlng Indnlr';. '>} JOIIn
D. f.LAF.K, ZiH Dt.anc itrcvt or (. LARK fRtlTllERA at
ti e laudlna.
LET?AT CORNWALL, AUSTRALASIAN COT
PBOPBRTY OUT OIT THE CITY FOK
SALE OH TO RUNT.
rpo LIT?A BEAUTIFUL OOUSTKY RESIDENCE,
1 furnished, extensive tVont on Long Island Sound;
one hour irons New York by New Union Railroad ; fruit
ill tbuuiUucc " ' "
bun.Uuco; 0m1 of the handsomest place-* In Weeklies
tor county. Apply toT. S. HIIKPHKKf). 1st Broadway.
rp<) LET?FOR THE SEASON, AT HEWPORT. FUR
i lis hi-it House, ivitli 15 renin; ami bathroom: ?nM
moderate Apply to JACOB J. STOKER, No a hammer
atrial. Ho-lou.
rpo LET AT HEW RRIGHTOX?FOR THE SUMMER
1 months, u House. Hilly furnished, witli nen ; house
coiiiuinsevery modern improvement; four large and two
?s 111 ii 11 tied rooms; rent $2fi0 per tnontll. Address buX 4,!U$
Po it office.
rpo LET-ON ORANGE MOUNTAIN, HOUSE, COX
I Gulling ten rooms. Ill u lieuliliv ami picturesque lo
cution ; i'rJ acre*; rent Sift per niotiih.
HINfi A I'KLL. 657 Sixth Hi nue.
mo I.KT OB. LEASE-FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
Greenwich, Conn., a two story and half Homo,
taming 12 rooms, carriage house, Ac.; live minutes' mill
iroin depot.
II. M. ltAILK V, H3(i Broome street, ftotn 9 to 1.
rpo LET?XKAT COTTAGE AT ALLENDALE, ERIE
1 Kuilroiid, three minutes from depot; six rooms; $15.
Apply at depot, Allendale, or F. L. WAN DULL, 2l)0 Broad
way, New York.
mo LET OR LEASE?A FARM HOUSE AND OFT
htiiUling.", with or without ? acres or Lund, ui Hie vil
lage oi New Utrecht, *i short distnm e from tlio -ca water
and the city of Brooklyn. Iui|iiiroot 11. 1't U.ZfiRAF, 2CW
Bowery, or in New Utrecht ol Mr. M. 1EIYIL, wheel
wright.
rpARRYTO\YN ?TO LET, RESIDENCE: IS ROOMS*
J carriage house, about two acres of land, vegetatde gar
ileu, nbiindaiiee ol unit, tine river view, .to,; rent #?*"'.
Inquire ot JOHN WEBBER, 233 Grand street.
mo RENT?DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE; SHADE. AND
river view; garden and Ice; 21 j hours (Voni New York;
rent Sfttsi unlnriUHhed, Sl.tMO iiirufslicd. Apply lo II. A J.
W. KING, ho Chambers street.
fj'O RUNT?AT TEN AM'Y, N. J? FOR SEASON OR
term of ve.am, a It room plaluly rtirnlshed Collage, lo
ented on west ridge, facing Pilasadea, burn. good water;
lour acres of land, already planted; coniidcrablc truit.
Apply at 17 University pluee.
mo KENT?AT I.OV\; PRICK, FARM HOUSE, WITH f.
rooms: dablo and other outbuildings, e. Ith or miliout
2ft aero*: fronting oit Central Railroad of New Jersey. 17
ntiles trom Now York; $8tw. Apply to A. I>. MELLIUK,
Jr., .? RKO , No. ft Bine street.
mo RENT?HOUSES AT NEW BRIGHTON, fiTATEN
J Island; charming local ion; #001 per niinuni and up
wards- Porinlta of A. JOURNEAY, 43'u Lupenard struct,
near Broadway.
109 ST" l-'>r's CITY LOTS AT AUCTION.?
r"?i Great sale of the Dunnica Estate. Plates show
ing the Property, 80 acrca, to be sold 2Uth and IKJt.'i Mm , hv
tli'* executor, on the premises, mil lie lnid at the office ot
General W. s. 11111%or. Nft/a John street, New York.
$1 500 (-A8H' mjU'tdaoe, will buy ta
Aeres; good buildings fence", fruit; well
watered ; one inlie to three depots: u bargain.
Thompson & co., in" Broadway.
ltKAI, ESTATE TO KXCTIAIVOK.
A T STAMFORD.?FOR MALE OU EXCHANGE, A DK
ii tiruble Residence, w itb gas and water; six minutes
Irom depot; nearly new. Also Residence, full view of
Sound, lor west side New York, Jersey City, Plainfteld.
Bomerville, N. J., Property; nl.o 22 Isjta at Homestead
Rliitioit 'Jit in i ti nl i -k fntin Hi I'eKiv ctp.irf
Station, 20 minutes from Barclay street.
J. O. HItjGINS, No. 7 Pine street.
TOXC1IANGE?A CORNER ON SIXTH AVENUE, 99X
.f x too, eight Lots, suitable for a large edifice or stores
and dwellings, RUFU8 K. McHAHG, 77 U'edur street. i
IjtXOHANGK?"WEST VIRGINIA AND OTHER I.ANDS I
J for city, Brooklyn or near by country Property: i
some ea>h added lor city, unencumbered Farms ana
Country Seats convenient to city lor elti Property; Mer- ,
chtmdi-e, 1 ot-s and Hrooklvn llnnses to trade.
MACOMB Ell A BARKER, 2fu Broadway.
L^OR S VLR OR EXCHANGE?A FINK BROWN" STONE
r Itou.se, un Fast Thirtieth strre\ ill till oit.v; price
$16,060; will exchange for Rfsldwwe in Miliums worth
$ti,l00 mill accept mortgage for balance, payable In six or
( lalit years. Address box 8,001 Post office.
I 1(1 It RALE, RENT OH EXCHANGE FOR REAL ES
lal<?Tie I<easc and Oood Will and Furniture of Ln
tavelte Hotel, MB Broadway. Inquire on the promises,
I WILL EXCHANGE A FOUR STORY BRICK TKNE
1 mcnt, and Store below, in Harlem, for small Foliage,
not far ironi city. Apply tour uddrcss \V. A. KAYMO.NI>,
180Boat lSBth stri ct. Now York.
]AND on THE PALISADES, IN NEW JERSEY,
J wanted, in exchange for brow n stone House* in a de
el ra Me part of Brooklyn, or for a large farm in Ohio. Ad
dress.I. k. J., box 3,22) Post office,
MANUFACTURING PROPERTY FOR SALE OB Ex
change for unencumbered Pjropprty?Large build.
Ins, oO-borse steam engine, directly on canal and railroad
a short distance trom the city, suitable for heavy manufac
turing purposes. Address W. II. R.. box 3,293 Pout office.
TirANTED?TENEMENT PROPERTY IN THIS CITY,
i ? to exchange lor Brooklyn House lightly encumbered ;
will pay difference of equity in cash.
THOMPSON A CO., 203 Broadway.
irrANTED?A FIR Hi' CLASS HOUSE, KH It SToRY,
t? high stoop, brown stone, lull front, between Forty
luurth and Filly seventh streets and Sixth uud Madison
avenues, lu exehangc lor first class Brooklyn property
and cash. No brokers. Address (\, box 164 lleruld I'p
town Branch office, 1,268 Broadway.
1H7 ACRES?BEST FARM AND COUNTRY SEAT
L"' I In Dutchessconntv; two entire set o( buildings;
bargain, for New York or Brooklyn pro icrtv.
C. H. adamh, ?i? Broadway.
REAL ESTATE WASTED.
11 ITS WANTED.?OWNERS OF LOTS ON FIFTH AND
J MailUon arenties no I adjacent streets w ill llud pur
chasers by addressing, with lull particular*, N. II. HAYES
HI (Vdnr affect.
TirANTED TO PURCHASE?A SM ALL .HOUSE OR
?T Cottage, on the east aide of New York or Harlem, at
a moderate price. Address, muting particulars, A. S., box
2.H77 New York Post office.
ElKUPEAX STKAMMHIP3.
XTATIONAL LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.
i> WEEKLY TO Ql'EF.N'hTOYVN \M> LIVERPOOL
FORTNIOIITLY TO AND FllOM LONDON D1 KEF'!,
front piers 41 and 47 North Rlter.
To Oueenatown and Liverpool.
ENGLAND, Andrews. Wednesday, May 22, at 3 P. M.
EGYPT, Orogan, Saturday, May 25, at 7 :30 A. M.
ITALY, Thompson, Saturday, .nine I. ut 1:3i> P. M.
SPAIN, Grace, Saturday, .lime H, at 7 A. M.
TO LONDON DIRECT.
I'RIN, I-awaon, Wednesday, May 22, at i M.
DENMARK, Stunner, Wednesday. June t 3 P. M.
Cabin passage $03 aud $75, currency.
Steerage $2\ currency.
Prepaid stccruge Tickets front Liverpool, Que?!i?Umh,
Londonderry, Glasgow or London, $32, currency.
For further information upply at the Fotnpany'R office,
09Broadway. I'.Nv. .1 IIFUST, Manager.
Reduction in passage rates.
, anchor line
sleumers sail from New York every Wednesday aud
Saturday.
Passengers booked anJ forwarded to and from ell rail
way station-in Great Hrltaln, Ireland, Germany, Nor
way, Sweden or Denmark and America, as safely, speed
ily, comfortably and elieaplv as nnv otln-r route or line.
the new Departures.
VVTHA RTKAVKRR.
BltlTANNl 4. .Wed., June 5
ol.YMI'IA \V**I . June 12
rxer.i ss stk tvn-.it*.
TRINAGRI 4 . ..Sat.. May 25
\t STKAI.IA ...Sat June 1
GOLFMI1IA ....Sat, June s
EURDPA.. ..Sat.,June 15
AN<;|.IA Sat., June 22
INDIA Hat.,June 29
ASSYRIA . ..Wed., June 19
CALKDOM 4. Wed , June 26
low 4 ..Wed.. July 3
ALEX 4 N DIG.4. Weil..July 10
At noon, from pier 20, North River, New York. Cur
reney rate* of passage to London. Liverpool, Glasgow or
l)erry by YYefltifsdny'a steamer, $6d; bv Saturday's
sle:niiei?, $tv*> and $75; excursion tickets. $129; Interna ?
dlate, $33; Steerage, $2.4. Certificate* at lowest ralcacan
be bouglil here by those wishing to gelid for their friend?.
Applv at the compam'* otflcec, to
ifLNDKKSON BROTHER",
N'o. 7 Bowling Green.
1NM4N LINK. ???
Fur Queeiittow n and I.lvcrponl. Royal Mail Steamer*
arc appointed to -nil n> follow s :
CITY OF BRUSSELS Saturday, May 23, 8 A. M.
41IT'Y OF ANTYVEKP Thursday, Ntv jo, 12 noon.
CITY I IF FY HIS Saturdav, Jiuiu I, 2 P. M
CITY OF BALTIMORE . .TIi'irsdaT, June H. 2 P. M
GITY OF LONDON... .Saturday, June * 7 .4. M.
CITY OF WASHINGTON . Ihm day, Jmte 13,10A. M.
and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier
45 North River.
RATES OF I\4 SV1F.
rATim.r tx colt. patarui in cmttvxoT.
Flrateabln . .#75 Steerage $30
To Loudon NO To LoWUm S3
To Paris !I0 To Purl? 38
Passenger- aimli>rwarded to Havre, llantbur;, Sweden,
Norway ami IH'nil I ark at ri dtiecd rales
Ticket* can ba bought here at modi rate rntea by per
.seim Wishing to aetid lei th< ir 1 rI ml >.
Trough bills lading given on shipments oi goods to
lLnre and Antwerp,
Drafts Issued at lowest rates.
For further Information an ly at tne company's office.
JOHN G DALE, AuenL
13 BloRilv* ay, New York.
rpilE HAMBURG A&fiKlFAX PA''KEX COMPANY'S
X Iron mall sP atu-lilp
SILESIA.
CnplainN. Tia itmann, will -all on Thursday, Ma-. Ji. |37>,
at P. M., for llumb ir:.,
taking passengers fr-oni New Yetk to Ply mouth, Unflon,
t'hi rheurg hml Hamburg.
First cabin, $120. Second cabin, $72.
Hteerage, $30. payable In United states gold.
KUNIIARDt 8 CO., ' G. If RIGIIaUD A HOYS,
General Agents, General Pa--i t;ui r Agents.
61 Broad afreet, N. Y. 61 Broadway, N. Y".
The Y'ANDALI 4 w ill sail ns an extra sit-aim r May 2 >.
The W'EBTPH \i,i \ will all June 6, H72.
VirillTE STAR LINK.
tt New York, Cork and Liverpool. New and mil
nowr< d sl< amahlpa, the six 1 ire-- .| in tie- wofld.
DGKANIU, B A l.TII', ADRIATIC.
UEPl lll.il', CELTIC, ATLANTIC,
fi.'KIU tons burden. 8,061 hor-e powc r cimh
Hailing from New York on Fa urdn* -. iroin Liverpool on
Thursdays, railing at fork Harborem h way.
OCEANIC, Mtiv 23. at 7 4. M.
ADItl Y'lTF, June 1. at I :.K? P. M.
BALTIC, lime 8, ?l 7 A. M.
ATI.ANT It Jltae 13. I P. M.
From tin White Htar Deck, Pavonla leri v.Jf MVCIty.
Passenger a conitnodetiolt* i-r nil classes nrn nailed,
combining safely, speed ami Comfort.
Hnleons. staterooms, siDokirg room end hathrooma in
mid bin section, where leasi motion is fel$ H-ngeons and
stow araesses accomi suv these at< amer*.
RaU - Saloon. $"'i In gold; -Wiemee, $39 in eurrenev.
Tlioae wlsliln,: to ? ml for tni-llds (rout the Old Country
cin novv obtain iter rage prepaid certificate*, $33 our
reney.
Passengers booked to or from all pans ?t Airiorh'a.
Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, IndlB, Au-ili'uliu
China, Ac.
Kxcurdou Tleki is grant-id at lovvi st rates.
Dr.:its from ii apwsrd.
For information apply at the company's office, 19 Broad
way New York.
Bills of lading Issued through to Continental porta.
.1, H. nl'AKKH, Agi lit
TftM 43*. IMR1E A CO., 10 Water street, Liverpool, and
No. 7 Last India avenue. LeadoRhall streef, London.
HUE STAR LINK. NKW Y'nitK. (JI LK vSIOWN
and Liverpool, from White star Dock, Pavonla
ferry, Jew/ ' ity, i verv Saturday -. from Liverpool every
Thursday tne Cove of >''ork tiie day following. The finest
and fastest ship*affoat. Steerage pa-?>ge #3" currency.
Drafts from it upwind Apply at Company's ofllee, 19
Broadway; or to O'ImiXov a\' RON.-'4, 263 Blond way,
Opposite ilie 1 tfy Hail Nov. York ami Bureau of Migra
tion to 1 Lwiimv n . ut, .-?> etaie rf-e< t, M|X-t',tt Uailta
Garth 11,
vv
WHOPKAN 'WAMUflfl.
li'NABD I,INK -TW lUTWH AND NOBTH AUKBI
can Royal Mall Steamships, between New York and
Liverpool, mIIHij at fork liarhor.
From Kcw York. | From New York.
CHINA. Wednesday, Mav 28 | CAI.A Hit I A. Sat'ds. May 36
HI 'SKI A We < I lie id ay, May 29 I ABYSSINIA Sal'dy, June t
I'l BA. Wednesday. Jnm ft | BAYAVIA .. .fiut'dy. June 8
sCOTIA.Wediicidiiy, June 12 I ALGERIA Hat'dy, June IB
JAVA . Wednesday. June 19 I FA RTHIA. Sat M v, June 83
And every following Wednesday and Saturday from
New lork.
Hates <il pawnae?Cabin, $30, JlUOaud $1.10, g0M, accord
In* t<> accommodation. Tickets to I'arii, $1.1, gold, addl
tioual. Return tickets on favorable terms. steerage, $30,
currency.
Steerage He'gets from Liverpool ami Uureiistown and
all naris ot Europe at lowest rates. Through bills of lading
giicn lor lb Iran. Glasgow, Havre, Antwerp, ait I other
port* on the Continent met lor Mediterranean ports. Kor
freight and cabin passage apply ut the company's olliee,
No. 4 Howling Green; for steerage passage, at ill Broad
way, Trinity Building.
I'll AHI.1S O. Fit.ANTKI.A N, Agent.
QNI.Y DIRECT LINK TO FRANCE,
The General Traiisatlniilie Company'* Mail kloamahin*
?between New York and llnvre, ealllng at Bre-I.
The splendid ves?els on 11lls Invorlte route for the C'on
tincntwlll suit from pier HI) North River us follows:?
I'l RI.IRH, Dnnre Saturday, June I
s. I.M'RKNT, Letuarie? Saturday. June 15
It A IIINGTON, Knobsitn Saturday. Jinn 29
YILLE DE PARIS, Murinont Saturday July 11
Priee of passage in gold (including wine)
To HKEST or HAVRE,
First Cabin, $135; Hecoud Cabin, $7.1.
Excursion Tickets at reduced rati s.
'these steamer*do not carrv steerage passengers.
Ainei lean travellers going to or returning from the Con
llueot ot Europe, by taking the steuioeisof this line, avoid
lioth transit by l'.nglUh railway and Uic discoiuiort*of
crossing tlie Channel, besides saving time, trouble and
expense.
GBOB0B Mackenzie. Agent, fts Broadway.
XTORTIl GERMAN LLOYD KTEASSIilP COMPANY,
i\ FOB SOI ril A.MI'TON AND BUEMKN.
Tlic steam-hip MAIN, Captain K. Ve>n Oterendorp, will
sail on Saturday, May 2.1, at 2 P. M from Bremen pier,
foot of Third street. Iiohokcit, to In1 followed by (team ship
DO.NAU, Captain G. Emit, on Katurdas, June I.
RATES OF PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND
nRE MEN,
Payable in gold or lis equivalent in currency.
First, cabin $12n
Second cabin... 72
Steerage 30
For freight or pus-age apple to
GELUIClIti A CO.. Agents,
No. 2 Bow ling Green.
UNITED STATES MAIL I.INE. -STEAM TO Ql'KENrt
town and Liverpool.
Selling every Wodncsday.
WISCONSIN. Freeman. Jr Slay 29. at noon.
NEVADA, Forsyth Junc5, ut 1 I*. M.
From pier 4d North River.
Cabin passage, gnu, gold; steerage, gin, currency.
Prepaid tickets, $33, currency.
Poaucnger* booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, Nor
way and Sweden, Ac. Draits on Ireland, England, Franco
nin) Oorinnuy at lowest rates. Apply to
WILLIAMS A tJl ION, 2t> Broadway.
I *nrrun states passport hi reap ? official
I |)MSMJ0I18 l-eueil to citizens travelling abroad hv A.
C. W11 L.Makj ? I. United Slates Court Hons*', 41 Chambers
street.
COASTWISE STE AM WHIPS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA,
VIA PANAMA,
CARRYING MAILS, PASSENGERS AND
FREIGHT TO |
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, SANTA MARTHA AND
OKKYTOWN, AND PACIFIC COAST OF
MEXICO. CENTRAL AMERICA,
PERU AND CHILIE.
Steamers leave 15lh and Stlth eneb month, except when
those days fall on Sunday, then the day previous.
May 3d.?Steamer RISING STAR, Captain II. P. Conner,
will leave pier 42 North River, at 12 o'clock lioon, tor Al
pine all direct, connecting at Panama with steamer S AC
RAMENTO, Captuin , and also connecting for all Cen
tral and aoutn Pacific juris. Freight for last named
port* received until 4 V. M. of May 23.
Steamer JAPAN will leave San l'rancUcn June 1,1*72,
for Jauan and China. For rates of pa-sage, freight rind
all further Inlormntion apply at eoinpanv's other on the
ph r loot of Canal street. F. H. BABY, Agent.
Iy.NITF.D STATES AND RRA7.IL M AIL STEAMSHIP
J Company?The elegant aide wheel Mennnditp SOUTH
AMERICA, 2,009 tons burden. Captain K. L. Tlnklepnugh.
will sail for St. Thornas, I'ara, Pornambtieo, Batiiil and
Rio Janeiro on Thursday, May A at S o'clock P. M., from
pier 43 North river
For freight or passage apply to .
WM. 11. GARRISON, Agent,
No. 5 Bowling Green.
TNITED STATES MAI I, TO HAVANA.
ATLANTIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
' lock P. M. pre
Bulling regularly every Thursday, at 3 o'clock
clscly, from bier No. 4 North River
COLUMBIA, Cupt. T. 8. Oiirtla. .May 21 j
MOKHo CASTLE, Capt. T. II. Morton (via NasaauVMay Bll 1
CRESCENT CITY, Copt. .1. It. Raker June S
For freight or pa *sage^opply io
A. W. DI.MOCK, President,
No. 6 Bow ling (ireeu.
1)
IBECT LINE TO HAVANA.
HAVANA, PBOORF.SO AND VKRA CRI J5.
Now York anil Mexican Mall Steamship Line, leaving
r 17 East River al 3 I'. M.. direct lo Kataua.
CLEOPATRA, Phillips (Havana only), Wednesday. May 211
CITY OK M EXJOO. Tintmcrntan Tuesday. Jnno 11
CLEOPATRA, i'hillips (Havana onhj. Tuesday. JuneH
CITY OK MERIDA. Dcaken Monday, July I
Kor freight or passage applv to
K ALEXANDRE A SONS, S3 Broadway.
X TNITED STATES MAIL To HAVANA.
J ATLANTIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
sailing regularly every Thursday ntS o'clock P. M. pre
cisely, from pier No. 4 North Itiver.
MOitiU) C ASTLE, Capt. T. II. Morton (via Na-auVMay 30
CRESCENT CITY, Captain '. B. Baker June 0
MISSOIBI, Captain T. S. Curtis June 13
Kot freight or passage apply to
A W. 1)111OCK, President,
Ho. 6 Howling (Ireen.
I/O It NEW ORLE ANS III REI T.
1 MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE,
front pier No. North River, at 3 o'clock P. M,
UNITED STATES,
on Saturday, JJay 25.
Krelglit received daily. Throng!) rales given lor St.
Louis, Vlcksbtirg, Mobile, Galveston and Indlnnola.
for freight or pas-ace, having superior ucroinuioda
Hons, apph to FREDERIC BAKER, 1*) llroadway.
I NOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
The Cromwell Steamship Line.
Til c steam ship GEO. CROMWELL. Captain Samuel L.
Clapp, will leave pier No. 9 North River, on Saturday,
May 25, atS o'clock P. M. Freight received dally.
Through rales given to Galveston, Indiunota, Mobile
' St. Louis. ' "" ?
and Si. Louis. Cabin passage, a&t; steerage, $25.
For freight or passage applv In
H. 11. CROMWELL A CO.. M West street.
IAfiR PUERTA PLATA, 8AMANA, ST. DOMINGO
City, Curacoa and Lag nay ra.?The ("tilted States Mail
Steamship TYBF.E, Captain Dolanny, will have imiuedi
ati despatch. Foi irelght or passage apply to
SPOFFOBD BROTHERS A CO.,
29 Broadway'.
rrtEXAS I.1NE OF GALVESTON STEAMERS?TOUCH
X ing at Key West, carrying the tutted states mail.
ie A I steamship CITY OF ACSTIN, Cspiahi Khtndgo,
T,'? an Vast River, will leave "n ,h" VnVusto'i^sn'r^to all
S-t^^,;,{o&,kud I,cndct"n B
or M. P, ' J
I/OR FERNANIHNA, JACKSONVILLE, T ALLAH AS
I see, Tampa and St. Augustine,
and all other point- on the Florida and Jacksonville, Pen
-aoohi and .Mobile Railroad and Brim-wick, On.
Steamer ASHLAND
will anil Saturday May 23, at 3 P. -M , lYout pier 29 N'onh
River.
Inmiranee one half per cent.
Kor freight or passage app^v to
!S HAND. 119 Wall -troet.
f/OR NORFOLK. CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.?
1 The Old Dominion Steamship Compaiiy will ilespateh,
from tiler No. Hi North River, their ete'.'anl shlrwhcel
strumsliiD NIAGARA. lor Norfolk. Cm Point and. Rich
mond. Thursday, Mav it, al H 1*. M.. giving through hills
of lading to all points Smttn and Southwest. Throitglt
passenger tickets issued to all points. Aecomnioibitloiis
tiled ...
unequalled. Apply at pier 37, or at the general otllce, IS/
Greenwich street, corner of Dey street.
TRAVEI.LEHH' GI'IUR,
A LB ANT 4ND TROY HI HAY LINE Hovls C. VI It
A HARD and DANIEL DREW, cofumeucitig Mav 27.?
l?uvo Vcstrv alrect pier at 3:H0 M. a"nd Thirty-fourth
street at S:l4, landing at Yoitkers. Tnrrytown nun Nyoek
(by terry boat), l'titghkeopsle, Rulitebeek, Tlvoll, Car-kill
and Illinium.
Trip tickets to Cozzcns, West Point. Cornwall an 1 New
burg, vcaiming same day, f I
Connecting for all points West and Worth.
4 CHANGE OF PIEB.?CATSKILL BOATS?HTt'AM
A ers NKVKRSINK and ANDREW HAItllEK Will
hcr< niter leave pier 35, foot of Franklin street, daily, I'or
Catsl.nl ami Intermediate landings, tor freight and pas
sengcra. Passage $i.
/ I1TIZENS' EVENING LINE STEAM BR .4 FOR Al,
\J buti.t and Troy, landing at Cai -kill; l ire 3) cents; by
the fastest night boats on thi Hudson. Steamers SI'N.NV
HIDE and THOMAS POM ELL learo pier 1.1 North River,
loot Spring street, dally, Saturdays excepted, al ti p. M.
making sure connection* with all trains going East ami
West. Tickets sold ami baggage checked tu all points on
Ren?finer ami Saratoga in I Troy and Boston Railroads
Nr. w .ij.i.-i i Mil I'll r. l(.N rAtlroaO
For Long Branch and ail stattctti ;.f. "ti* "ti:; foil
neellng railroads, ineludlti.r I'hllad Iphia, Vlttelind,
Bridgcton, Oreenwieh. Ac., 4v.
<nt and ailer May 15 sloAnters connecting with the
trains ot this road at Bandy Hook w III h ave pier 21 North
Sh < r a - follows
fl:4t>A. M. and IP M.?For Philadelphia, Vineland, Ac
9:t(t a. M.?For Long Branch. Toms River, Warttown
and all Intermediate station-.
5 I'. M. ? For Long Branch and Intermediate stations,
the ilr-l class steamers Plymouth Rock ami Jesse lloyl
have been purchased hy this company and are now being
pot iii complete aider lor llw mincer bus|iic??.
The summer arrangentent v. 'll comineuei early In .bin
with (be boats iilnio' named, s> n?-n I.otig Branch trains
will he run on betu r time than heretotore.
Cuminututioii rates have been reduced.
o. W. Bii.NTLFi, General MnnstT,
OLD I - I \ KI I -111 I? VLB \ NY AND TltoV I INIt
ol -reamers, lauding at i al?kill from IT?r44 N It,
dally, Saturdays excepted, fate .71 cents; halt stat ??
Booms. 7."> eenis. Fare to Cat-kill I') cents, .-(earners
Vsitdei'bilt n ml C mm ? i< n i connect Inw itb i all to ids to
aU "tathois West slid North will leuve as above nttil*. M.
Freight at reduced rate-.
3HKKI.E MWTEI.S.
? ? REMtlVAf, SLATE MANTELS, MARBLE MAN
As tels, Wood Mantel*; tin Hir st a wfHmeiit cvri of
l( red In this ulty.nt onr new and spacious Wnrvr,u>ifi?
25) and !f."2 We*t Tan tilt third street
T. It STEWART A CO..
4 ?REMOVAIs.~HLATE MANTELS, GRAflirt, Ac.?
As I.argc ami elegant slock at our in w wnrcrooin*,
I'nlotl square, conterofl airllt .ivcnue and Set nteeitth
street- PENKll\ .V -LAfL i (LMt'ANY, nianuhiciitterg
td every variety ol Slate work, plain and ornamental
1 KLAHKK, STEAM M A It Ml E \ND MARHLEI/ING
, \ . Works, 131. I.y; Ea?t Ei b
" w -tret'f.. Marble and
Marhlelrcd Maatels, Tiling, Marin, ''otinler. Monuments,
at price* that defy coatpetitton. M trim rurnlnt lorllis
trade.
C KLAREBACO MARBLE WORK .'17 I'd 22.1 W EST
t~. 1'lltv tlr-t -trect. tn-, we en Rroulwnv rnd Elgttth nve
itm -Martde and Mar'ilel/ctl Mantels, Monnmetits Head
static in large varieties, < hen,-st incite Design* on
rppli alloll.
VI' II PIEP.SON, MAI! .EE AND HI. U'li MANTELS"
it ? front $13 upward-, elcgau new dasiirns. * 4
canal stnet, near Vaneli*
AitnjhCCMISWTS.
BOOTH'* THEATRE.?ADAMS.
, Proprietor and Manager Mr. EDWIN BOOTH
Engagement of I)i?- popular tragedian,
Mr. EDWIN ADAMS,
each Evening and Satnnlnv Matinee at I :.'W, as
, ,, KNOi'll AltDKN,
In I lie druiiia founded on Tennyeon'i poem, in which Mr.
Ailanw achieved ancli a protiouured aucce* during Ills
tormur engagement.
Bo* sheet now oiwii nt the Theatre: also at Ditvou A
?^o. a music store, 711 Broad* . v.
'P1IEATRE OOMIQl'E,
'",s" T_ Lm?2 ?nd?M?K:
LAST TWO JfltJOTS iE ?K riKAH?N'
BARNEY AARON.
LAST TWO NIGHTS OF THE DKAMAARKEY AAROK'
LAST TWO NIGHTS OF X>AN D0NNRLLY
LAST TWO NIGHTS OF T"K >TA" )K<" PL.
JOHN HART and
T-^,M.|T,N;L:T? ?K T"E HATURDAY NEXT.
Norii I. ?The theatre will he oloaed lor one week ami
iv..pen on '
MONDAY, .TUNE 8
Willi the groni ^eiiKutluii.
CHICAGO,
BEFORE, DURING and A FTEIt THE FIRE
MONDAY, JUNK 3.
Academy of music. aimer
FAREWELL APPEARANCE OF AIMEE.
Mile. AI nice taken plea-mrc in :innoiineiua that on her
return Irani her Weatern tour nn.l previous lo her de
parture for Ciitlforuln and Kurope, she will give, with her
FRENCH OPERA BOUFFK COMPANY
A GRAND FAREWELL PERFORMANCE,
for the bem tit of the
FRENCH NATION AL SUBSCRIPTION FUND,
on SATURDAY EVENING, Muv 23.
when will he presented tortile last time' in New York.
LA PKHICIJOLE.
AIMEE in her unrivalled role of PKRICHOLK,
NOIi an PIQUILLO,
Inereaaed Churn* mid Orchestra.
Ad.ii.~h.ii ft? reserved seat.s $2 ; hoses 81D; family
circle ho cents. Seats roeured ut Academy atid Seliirmer'a,
7cl and ill Broad way.
TTNION SQUARE TFIKATHE.
LAST EIGHT NIGHTS
of
THE \ OKES,
THE YOKES,
UCTORrA, ROSINA, JESSIE, FEED, FAW'DON.
LAST TWO NIGHTS OF
THE BELLES OF THE KITCHEN.
REMEMBER ONLY KlflMT MO HI'S MORE
OF THE YOKES,
us they appear at the Boston Theatre on Monday. June 3,
and return to Prury Lune Tlu-atre for the fall season.
S AVAL F VG AOKMENTB,
by the (treiit Union Square Coinedv Company.
On Monday nexian entire change, THE yokes appenr
mjt in 'heir original extravagunzn, THE WRONG MAN
IN THE RIGHT PLACE.
>1 tll.NEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
^ Si uts -retired s|\ days in ndvaiiee. Box otHee open from
MONDAY, June t, Mr*. OaleV BiirlenqueTroupe.
o
i.YMPIC THEATRE.
LAST NDIIITS OF
L. FOX'S III MI'TY DUMPTY
I.AsT NIGHTS
OF
FUNNY FOX.
LAST NIGHTS
OF
THE MARTENS.
LAST NIGtfTS
OF
THE CATS.
LAST NIGHTS
OF
THE WILSONS.
LAST NIGHTS
OF
CASSKLLI.
LAST NIGHTS
OF
THE ORAM) BALLET.
LAST NIGHTS
or
FOX'S
FUN .
AND
FROLIC.
ONLY A FEW NIGHTS MORI:
1IUMPTY DUMPTY APPROACHES ITS END.
SECURE YOUR SE ATS FOR
FOX'S FAREWELL PERFORMANCES.
MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT
A
BSCURMONf).
SUNDAY EXCURSION.?TAKE STEAMERS MOR
H ISAM A and HARLEM for Astoria, Uarlom, High
Bridge and all the popular place* of resort at MorrlMUia.
Leave Unit,,n Market slip on and after Sunday, May 20,
1872, at It) and 11 A.M., 1,2, 8 ::iU, 4 :75?, 5, 6 and 7 P. M,
landing at Eighth street. East River, and lliith street each
way. tin sec the groat tunnel under Hell Hate. Those arc
the' onl\ boat* landing at Astoria, within three minutes'
walk ot thi<< gigantic excavation under the bottom of the
East River. 'Hie greatest attraction In the world. Fare 15c.
I ?A.?FORT LEE. I'M" AS A NT VALLEY AND
J\ ? Shady,side.?Steamboat El.K As A NT VALLEY daily
from Spring street at in, 2 mid ft'.t P. M.. landing both
ways at Thirty-fourth street. Last boat iroin F'ort Lee
on suuduys atSJ* P. M.
A large number OF GROVES and BOATS OF
all kind* for excursions. J. A E. MYERS,
corner West and Morion streets, up stairs.
F1ISHINO RANKS.?GO, RAIN OB SIIINE, STEAMER
V. SEYMOUR, on Sunday, May 28. Landings?
Franklin elreet, North River, tftld A. M. ; Eighth street,
East River, 6:43: Peck Slip, 7:20; Christopher street, 7:46:
I'iort, North River, 8 A.M. Half, Fishing Tackle and
Refreshments on board. Tickets $1.
- - AL. u. FOSTER, Manager.
?JTSOR EXCURSIONS.?SALOON STEAMER WYOMINO;
r barges Sarah Smith, Caledonia, Anna and Republic,
oriental Grove, Kagleswood, Excelsior Park and Wewa
pex drove. H. It. OROS8ETT.
883 West street, near Christopher.
KEOULAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR NEW
i burg, landing at Yonkcr*, lomi Island, West Point
and Cold Spring.?The favorite steamboat SLEEPY HOL
LOW, Captain .lump* Sberinan, leaves Fulton ferry,
Brooklyn, at 8 o'clock: Christopher street, North ltlver,
K :'tM; Thirty fourth street, North River, 9, every Sunday
morning. Fare for the excursion, SI.
CJVNDAY BOAT FOR KEYPORT?THE STEAMBOAT
O NORM ALU will rummi nee her Sunday route to Key
port ou Sunday, May 2f>, leaving Barclay street at 9*4
A. M., landing at EUzabotliport, Union, Roasville and
Perlli Atnbov.
PI IROFORTB8.
l ROSE WOOD 7 OCTAVE PIANOFORTE FOB ONLY
J\ $150?New and old Pianos and Prince A Co.'* Organs
lor rent or sale on Instalments, nt low prices.
S. T. GORDON, 706 Broadway.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF SECOND HAND PIANOS,
1\. from $.*? > up; splendid 7 octave, carved legs, $280.
RAVEN A CO., ll.i aim 151 Baxter street,
one door from Grand.
A T HAINES BROS',
2V No. 27 Union square.
These desiring a first elas* Piano should not purchase
before calling at our salesrooms. Elegant I'lanos, unri
valled in (otic and finish, at prices to please Every
piano warranted as represented. N. B.?A fvur pluuosiu
irorn rent will be sold at great bargains.
A LARGE STOCK OF PIANOS, BEST MAKERS, TO
rent or sell cheap t rent allowed on purchase, fall
at M. M. MERKKLL'S, No. 8 Union snuare ,h>0 Fourth av.)
I T BTEBDMAN A HOLLYER'8, 55 WEST SIXTEENTH
,V street.?Square and tipi i-rltl Pianos in rent and mi
Instalments; 7 octave from $l.V) to $?*>, with all recent im
provements.
AN l-LEGANTSEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD DOUBLE
round Piano, latest Improvement#, best maker, for
$276; others vers cheap; cash or Instalments. Pianos to
rent. - Lot 18 BF.UGK, 30 East FottrrreiiHi street.
Are ,\t niuT. piano, $an; a 7 octave, carved,
overstrung ha-.s, agraffe treble, suernlee, $A1P-, in
atalmenta taken: #j0 cash, balance$12monthly until paid,
tr. CABLES, i?n Eighth avenne, near Thirty -fonrth at.
A RRILI.i'aST TONED 7tf~5ufAVE, 4 BOUND COR
J\ ners, rosewood ease Pianoforte, uiade to order, city
makers, used 7 month*, cost $8Hn, tor $'k)0; Stool, Cover,
Ac. : also Parlor Snit? and Utu nlture less than hall cost, at
private re?id*nee 120 Most 23,1 street, near6th nvenne.
A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWGGD PIANOFORTE.
xY grand scale, for sale; properly family leaving city;
made order; celebrated maker: used five months; flilly
guaranteed . cost $90d, for $27.1; Parlor Suits, Etageres,
ltookca- , t*u In tin; s, Broii/.es, rosewood, walnut Bureau*.
Bedsteads, Mnttrcssr*, Dining Fuviiltiire; sarrlftee. call
before purchasing elsewhere. 86 West 15th st., near 5tli av
4 BARGAIN ?A MAGNIFIUEXf CARVED ROSE.
1Y wood Pianoforte, overstrung, 7 octave, all modern
Improvement*. milker's il>?? '-ears' e-unreolee (or $226. at
.. m-'.g. ---"ft ihli-n.-il'slieel. ileal TTi'rfi avenue.
\N KLP.G ANT SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO
forte for $221 rn?h; made by Nuiins A Clark; rich
tone, lound i uriii r*. Also n four ronu.t cornered rose
wood ('bickering l'taiuitorte. rl-'h tone, $260 ensb; both
are bargains. Apply at W0 Sixth avenue, near Fnrtletli
street. ' A. L. BATTER SON.
ifvith I IIANcK.-<>.(.) Ml LI, PURCnvsi; CHICK
- - erlltg I'lanoforlo, cost $335; rosewoosl 7 octave, over
strung bass; j-n, -t imWovment*. perfect order, good as
now, splendid tone J9 Third street.
\H4iSEWOOD i'fANO, IN GOOD ORDER, ONLY
$ \7 itiee rosewood Piano, curved b gi, iilllm
provenients, nt a bargain
PEEK A RON. 127 Bleccker street.
4 BEAt TIKUL UIANC ON IA ?:i?, SEVEN OCTAVE.
j\ four round corners, curved leg*, overstrung; su in
?a> Piano great writhe lor casll. J. RIDDLE,
13 Wnverley pluee, near Broadway.
SEVEN Gi I WE PIANO FDR SALE CHEAP?<7lt
to b< let and rent daUoeted iroin tlie price. luqoira
at hnseemid av, inc. eortu r sixth str-et, tor two (lays.
T>K.ST HA It GAINS GIVEN IN NEW AND SECOND
Ik band I'lan n null Organs; ? .11 on small monthly
payments, rented uitd r. i applied on purchase.
T. s. ni-.it KY A CO., 789 Hr, ad way.
/GIAMBERS 1 (?RIGHT AND HljUAIlK PIANOS
' rent' I and -"Id en o.,w tents; st>,Jd?rt, Baeon .4
Raven. Dunham, llrudbory, Ac . Pianos, $75. $hW $13".
$.s*> to $500; French and English Uprights, $Lft to $3lk).
I'll Fourth av*t.n?
|5il<sr lit-. M < I '. OCT A A K PIANOFORTE f??
I I, t at 8" per in, titit; one at rent allow, d It Pur
c!:a , I: e' " -, veil ,? inve i,,*ewo,itl tor ?nl". $121. U. I .
ItUN.I AMIVh Plan- lone AV.i i rrooin *. V# Eighth avenue,
between Thirty seventh and Thirty eighth streets.
MA ONI UfCFNT^fiEVEN OCT AYE ROSEWOOD PIANti
fnrte, bar lug curved legs, overall uug. agrafi, ,tr ;
tfMUiltM* V'ltrifAtfV? fit!I vt!Q ortiivo liiftriiniCTit. only $i\
J A M E8 GORDON, 196 Hlceker street, near MaeaotLal,
1)1 ANOS, MKI.ODEON8 AND ORGANS OF NEW AND
I Most t?'itulltnl -ttle, of best li nker-, nt lower prices
for rash or modtbiv Instalments, or t?r rent, at WATERS',
481 Broad way, thaii can bu found else tvlierg.
L1Evitll'.!, FIRST CLASS SECOND BAND PI.vmis, IN
O c.xpelient order. g?o i a- new, warranted, lube sold
very cheap ot FISCHER'S.*" *y??i rwcoty clgbt'i ?irrct.
BNf Mliilli ivmiM
A
A
^ AKDRiemnra.
^CADEMY OF MUSIC. * "*
THE PABBRI HERMAN OPERA,
mr> ?. v, for onl> three nights.
TO-DAY (FRIdaIi, the 24th of May, 1871,
LE PROPIIKTB,
(treat 0|>era of Meyerbeer,
*,,n * Kreat carte of celebrated artistes. I
KU'iiiM iu Mr- PBBDIOAW
JKL?f afi ^S?!m*Uu* I'arqnette, $1; general
i.VjJS?.' *i v.f?g"y .qwle. M cantii. To l?? Ua?i at the
way! an! at U4B roadway *"* Muric 8,on'' 701 Br^
Gt RAND Ol'EltA Horse *
f SATURDAY EVF.NTWO MAT 21
JOIST MEMRFIT OK
Mi'Wi TI8SINOTOK and DIIPirTRr n
A HOST OF vou;ntkes
biualto* "" im,UCi"i* UUHlc*1 dramatic and variety .obi
V- r. Stetson, O. I). Byron, J. M. Ward, J B 81uill?v
J. P. Wheelock. Marl, Batee, M. W. PlalLe J k HeJdi'
'r. K. \iurria, 1'. It. Pierce, Harry Pearson, J. p Stoner"
W B. Arnold. E. I!. Dalh.ll, J. R. Xiiderpon,"j W ThorSc*
A. O. Kno?, F.uki'IH' Klterlo. Nellie Seymour, Mr Butler"
Mr. Northcott, Mguor i>i?rti, John Hogan, General Grant!
Jr., K. K. Colli r. W. Carpenter.
Mi Minnies Charlotte i rampton, IIattic O'Ncll, Maria
Bales, I lara I- i-In-r, Marlon Sinners, Jennie Worrell, May
Kobiiison, Frank lu McClellan, Mile. Albcrtlna, Chapman
Sister.- and others.
FOR PROGRAMME SEE SATURDAY'S PAPERS.
WOOD'S MUSEUM. WOOD'S.
?? SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS.
TO-DAY, AT 2 P. M.,
the bur!o*oup extravaganza
I1IUK WIUTTINOTON ANtt
Ills CAT. Pauline Mark
haut, Belle Hewitt, A. II.
Sheldon, T. W. Keeno and
entire burlesque company,!
preceded by a favorite farce,'
THIS EVENING, AT H,
the groat actor,
JOHNNY THOMPSON,
In bis drama of
ON HAND;
ON HAND;
OR. TRUE TO THE EAST.
NEW SCENES, Ac.
WALLACE'S.
Proprietor and Manager. .Mr. LESTER WALLACE.
POSITIVELY
LAST TWO NIGHTS
of
LONDON ASSURANCE.
Character* by
Mr. Charles Mathews. Mr. Lester Waliack, Mr. John
Brougham, Mr. John Gilbert, Mr. J. H. stoddart, Mr. J. B.
Polk, Mr. E. M. Holland, Minn I'lcasy Mordannt, Mra. John
Seftou and Mrs. Fanny Foster.
ON MONDAY, MAY 27.
SHERIDAN AND ROBERTSON
will be illustrated by the ^rodurtion of the. two comediett,
and
THE CRITIC.
Character* by
Mr. Charles Mathews, Mr. Iester wallaek. Mr. John Gil
bert, Mr. J. n. Stoddard, Mr. J. B. Polk, Mr. H. Men*
ginnery, Mr. B. T. Ringgold, Mr Charles Rockwell, Mr. (J7
F. Browne, Mr. W. J. Taumard, Mr. K. M. Holland, Mr. J.
Peck, Mr. W. Quiglev.Mr. J. Curran, MUs Plcaay Mor*
daunt, Miss Ellle Gormon, Mrs. Fanny Foster, Mr*. John
Seftou, Miss Estcllu Eowe, Mtaa Flora Clayton, Mis? BlaJa
dell, Miss Lillle McCormick.
Seats secured two weeks In advance.
Bowery theatre.
WM. B. FRELIOH Manager
THE SUPPLY IS 1NKX11AUS1THLB.
AN IMMENSE BILL FOR THE
BENEFIT OF
Mrs. W. O. JONBS.
MISS FANNY HERRING
in a rollicking Irish character.
Mr. BOBBY DALY iu the new variety sketch railed '
FAT MANS HALL
THREE PIECES, embracing the lull strength of thM
excellent company.
First time of the entirely new romantic sensational
Drama, called
COALS OF FIRE.
The Hibernian Druma of
IRELAND AS IT IS,
and the laical Drama
of
DICK, TUE NEWSBOY.
To-morrow evening (SATURDAY), ia re well benefit of
Mlas FANNY HERRING.
MATINEE SATURDAY. 2 O'CLOCK.
On MONDAY, the groat Equestrian Draiua, entitled
CALIFORNIA, or the HEATHEN iTIINEE^
Cl'. JAMES THEATRE. LAST Nit.UTS.
O I.ast nights of MacEYOY'8
CELEBRATED PANORAMA OF IRELAND.
Last nights ot the am using comedy,
THE HAUNTED GUIDE
Mr. W. F. LAW LOR In his great character of
BARNEY, THE GUIDE.
Mr. NEIL CONWAY in his celebrated
IRISH Jill, REEL AND CLOG DANCES.
MATINEE SATURDAY, 2 F. M.
BROOKLYN ATHENA5CM, MONDAY, JUNE A
fTTH AVENUE THEATRE. (BEGINS AT ft)
t) Sole L aser and Manager Mr. AUGU8TIN DALY.
LAST NIGHTS OF ARTICLE 47.
CLOSING PERFORMANCES OF TUE SEASON!
I,ast work but three o( the season : ?The original cart at
" Article 47 " every night. Characters by Miss Fanny
Davenport, Olara Morris, Mrs. Gilbert, Linda Deita, R<*
? hcrta Norwood, Mr. D, 11. Harkins. James Lewis, w.
1 Davidge, Louis James, Henry Crisp, w. J. Lemoyiie, Geo.
I Grlflitn-i. Cli i). Purhes, Owen Fawcett, Geo. D* vera,
Pierce, Clmpman, Burnett, Godfrey and others.
' TENTH MATINEE AND LAST
BUT THREE OF
I "ARTICLE 47,"
SATURDAY,. AT HALF-PAST ONB.
SKATS MAY BE SECURED FOR ANY OP TUB
I-AST NIGHTS.
ONY PASTOR'S OPERA llOl'SK, 301 BOWERY
KONTATNHBEEAU.
The wonder of the world,
FONTAINEBLEAU.
The famed female gyrunout,
eontainebtJkau.
Tlirllling Aerial Feat*.
BILLY PAHTOIt.
New drama, Neptune's Bow
TruiS (Friday) EVENING
THIS (Friday) evening
THIS (Friday) EVENING
THIS (Friday) EVENING
THIS (Friday) EVENING
LADIES ADMITTED FREE,
LA DIES ADMITTED FREE.
LADIES ADMITTED FREE ? .
The Great star Troupe, Ma<011, Thompson, Cannon, Ro
gers, Wood*, Hlebart, Ac.
M
RS. T. B. CONWAY'S
Brooklyn Theatre.
Friday evening. May 14.
EAST LYNNE.
CENTRAL l'ARK GARDEN THEODORE THOMAF
Proprietor. J. KOOH
THEODORE THOMAS'
UNRIVALLED SUMMER NIGHTS' CONCERTS.
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, MAY 24, at 8 O'CLOCK.'
1. Overture, "Martha" Flo tow
2. Bridal Processdon, "Lohengrin" Wagner
3. Waltz, "German Hearts"... Htrauss
4. Selections front "Preelosn" ? Weber
5. Overture. "Life for tlio Czaar" ?Gllnca
0. Scherzo, "Reformation Symphony" Mendelssohn.
7. Waltz, "Wiener Fresken" Strauss
8. Selections from "Masanlello" Aubcr
1). Overture, "Semlramls" Rossini'
10. Paraphrase, "Loreley" Nesvaoba
11. pilJka se^uelV'' j "L<>h dcr Fcauen," "Jocn?'".Strau9i
12. March, "Amaaona" Mlebaclls
Admission Tickets 60 cents eaeh: Private Boxes $1 extra.
Can be obtained at all the principal music Mores and at
the BOX OFFICE of the CENTRAL PARK GARDEN. _
<^AM HUAKPLEY'S MINSTRELS, 585 BROADWAY.
THE GREAT BAND OF TIIE WORLD.
THE LIKE WAS NEVER SEEN BEFORE.
EXTRA MATINEE, SATURDAY, 2:30 P. M.
MONDAY NEXT?DELEHANTY * ITENGLER.
Adtnl jglyn 50 cents. Reserved, 75c.; Gallery, 25c.
JOKING THE LADIES
to sec the great
FONTAINE BLEAU.
LADIES ADMITTED FREB
this evening to sec the world's
wonder, Mile. FontaiucblcAU,
the Female Gymnast, at TONY
PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE.
PARK THEATRE, BROOKLYN.
Managers CARROLL A McCLOSKBY
Thirty-seventh and last week hnt one ofthe sea on.
Master PERCY KOSELLK. Manor PERCY ROSHLLB.
THE ROY DETECTIVE. THE BOY DETKGTrVB.
1HIE CELEBRATED PAVILION.
LADY ORCHESTRA,
LADY ORCHESTRA,
Conductress, Mian
JULIA BLKCHHCHMIDT,
E\crv evening at 8 o'clock at tue
PAVILION,
PAVILION,
ivw Broadway, near Fourth strcect.
AlllulwlOTt 25 cents PAUL fa IK.
TkTO CHARGE I MAKE HOME HAPPY. BRING YOUR
i.1 I uifo idK.r the wondorful Female Aerial
FOR 11st, Mile. Fontalnchlcan, ai Tuny Pastor's
LADIES. | Opera The Champion o! the World.
NEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, #18 BROAD
way, between Houston and Hh'ocker street*.? Every
one sliuild visit tills wonderful museum. It la full oT
everything people should set and understand. Lectures
dall\ on 'The Philosophy of Marriage." Those parties
unable to attend these important le 'tnret can havo them
forwarded, post free, 011 receipt of 25 c-.nts, by a (dressing
SECRETARY NEW YORK MUSLI M O'' ANATOMY, fill
Broadway, New York. _____
701) VOICES TO-NIGHT AT TONY
I'rtbtor s Opera fli?u*c, unci tllfi
admitted free. Bring the ladioa. La
dles, Insist on being brought _
?/ mi?t-pipi-nini." bichard iu>ri nTAV^
( tifnl Cuban dance played at his
sueees*. 7fte. i Strauss' ?'1,(01 Nights >?w VI
eiina," "German Hearts,' O'i tlic "li -1; -**?? Jj '
each "Katser March.' rtlc. i ?Jisfons lit aDreain, ?sie. ?
IMTBON A CO., PublifhtM ^, 711 Broa?luay.
HvTvA TIIIUTV-KOITRTII TTIKATUI'.
En igoment of K. Kl't'V an i HENRIETTA IRV I NO.
r, s|i,flT Till" STRANGHIt. AND KATHARINE AND
' 1'KTIU OHIO.
T? II I I \ RI'S.?OR AND EXHIBITION Tills Day BE
I) tween Wm. Goldtwhalte end Cyrllle Dion, >11 2tl
Broadway: 1,'W points up. Game to romnr nee at.i
o'clock precisely.
/ 1\UP.?I'UIV \TB INSTRUCTION, PI ANO. VIOLIN,
A J Organ, Ou'.tar, Hirulng, Harmony, day and evening,
02 Clinton plan (Eighth Street): established 1851; clrca
lttrs mailed tree. ?' v Y WAT,SON, Musical Director.
F
nur: finest
(?Honrs
in thy World.
I5ENCING AND BOXING AC VDE.MY, 18 WEST 1 IGHTII
street, Clinton place, near broad wa v.?Boxing taught
in 12 lesvins. a tine s. ortmentot rem fog Apparatus ami
Boxing Ulovcson hanil and lor otic. Col. MON8TERY.
MII8ICAL.
AN ENGLISH LADY 18 DESIROUS OF OBTAINING
,2V a (en ptipib tor Fn nch and Music, el (tier at their
homes or at Iter residence. Address LOUISE. 12 East
T wolltli street.
I M i'l) RIANT NoflCETO "PIANl'lSTS ~ANP OTHERS ?
1 full and ceo the new Music Leaf Turner, ut '?(/ Rroad
way. l,ady and gentleman canvassers wanted lor tills
rlt.y and Brooklyn.
W'ANTED?BY A GOOD CO N'T It A LTD, A HIT CATION
?? inaeholr. Address CONTRALTO, box is.t Herald
I ptewu Branch ofltee.
TUB IsKt H RE SKANOW.
MAIZINI AND TIIE I'NTTV OF ITALY.-LECTURE
b> Father Oavazz.i, at tha large hall of Cooper instt
tine, Saturday, May 35, H7J, at 8 o'clock P. M., lob. halt
ot a fn ml for a mnnuineat to G Ma'.rial, to ho erected tn
the Central Park, New York. I I. ktls ?c., to be eb-'?>u*d
at the door of the halA

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