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a V1NB STURB OOBXB R BROADWAY AND A Thirty third street, jnnction Sixth ave nue. to leaae tollable (or bakery, two ov?m; cktlilnf, dry -* rtr alio* pi ore* 01* Any ffuod bu^iupss. fMdn or shoe wore, or ? (J. VNOK Fine rtreet. A ? IKTIRB FIRST I T, (ton, OVER STORK CORNER Broadway ii ixl Thirty-third street. (unction Sixth A mvfoue to lease, suitable for millinery, dressmaking or SSSrSNtneM W H RAYNOR, No 6>< Pine street A -BUSINESS PROPERTY ON FIKTII AVENUE TO . lease for -1 year*; 10 Buildings; Corners and Inside Houses; flvc Store* and Buildings on Broadway; also choice Coiners tor snle on the avenue. WM. TUCKER, XtO fifth avenue, first door Above Tin nty-sixth street. A1AKGK STORE AND BASEMENT, WITH FIX Hires, to let? On Third avenue, in a first class loca tion ; lease will be given JOHN GORMAN', corner of Third avenue and Seventy-eighth street A SURE FORTUNE FOll A MAN THAT I'M) K f! - A stand* tlie restiurant and bar business,? To let, the sew and handsomely furnished Restaurant, Bar and Din ing Room attached to Robinson's Hall and Bi ou Theatre, Mxte< r.i ii street, bet* een Broadway and Fifth avenue. ACORNEB STORE AND BASEMENT TO LET-ttS Bleecker street, immediate po-sc ssioti, lor uny re spectable bus! re.*. 1. i. .1 H. T. BI'KNAM. 009 Hudson strcot. CORNER STORE? 207 JOHNSON AVENUE, Brooklyn, E. D. ; most desirable locution for grocery, bakery or any oilier business; rent rcai-onahlo. Apply to It. O'CONORi 42 West Seventeenth street. New York, AT no. 56 GREENWICH AVENUR, TWO SPLENDID Stores, back Parlors and Basements, plate glass double windows, fit tor any business , gas fixtures all in. Inquire at No. 1H Perry street A? TO LET. BUILDINGS, PARTS OF BUILDINGS . and Lofts on a corner exceedingly well lighted, with or without power. Apply at 108 Cliff street. A STORE TO LET-ON BROADWAY, NEAR NINE teenth street; five rooms, newly fitted up, and well adapted for millinery, dressmaking or any genteel busi mew. Apply to c. s. l'KCK k co., 961 Broadway. A -TO LET, TO A PHYSICIAN OR DENTIST, FUR . Dished, the Parlor Floor and one large front Bed Worn if required. In first cluss house No. 7 West Forty* Stth street, flr-t house from Firth avenue; pas, fuel and ?ervauts supplied. Apply as above. BASEMENT TO LKT? UNDKR DRUG STORK, COR ner of Eighth avenue and Twenty eighth street, for trunks or other business. Apply to SAMUEL CAMPBELL, irui gi-t, southwest corner of Eighth avenue and Twen ty -eighth strei t. Desk room to let? opposite the city hall, on Printing House 8<-|tiare. Apply to JOHN T. BoYD, fomn 3, Sun Building, New York. (1 RAND CENTRAL DEPOT.-TO LEASE. ON FORTY-' T third street, wltliln 7Sfcet ot the entrance lo the Har lem rood, a Store, 19x70. For particulars apply next door, I* OEO. E. CHARLES. IAUNDRY TO LKT? AND AN EXTENSIVE CUSTOM J for rale; rent $.V>: cxieilent location ; a fortune to the right par^. Address l.ABOIt CENTRAL, Herald afllcc. BfAREET TO LET. -STORK CORNBR OR SECOND m avenue and U8th ttraet; has been occupied for the last three years for the sale of meats uiirt pro visions ; is Id complete . rder. and 1ms ail necessary fixtures. Apply to THOMAS B. B1RDKLL, 306 East llKth street FFICE8 TO LET ? AT I ROM ttf) TO $2,000 PER AN nuui BPOFFOr.D BROTHERS A CO., 29 Broadway. 0 Rooms. Apply to JOHN S. SCUULTZE, or 639 West QTEAM POWER TO LET? WITH LARGE AND SMALL kj Rooms. Apply to. Fifty first street. STORES ON BROADWAY, NEAR THIRTY-SECOND street, at reduced rents ? one nr two Hue Stores, w ith French ulate glass show windows, nt reasonable rents. A. O. LOOM IS, 1,254 Broadway. JTEAM POWER.? WELL LIGHTED BOOMS, LARGE J and small, at low rent*. Apply to GEORGE H. TALKER, IR2 Centre stroet, corner Hester. STEAM POWER TO LET? WELL LIGHTED ROOMS, Urge and small, with use of steam elevator, also ated by strain. 413 and 420 West Twenty seventh street. QTKAM POWER OR STORAGE. ? TO LET, A FIRST ?J Floor find Basement, 3t?xf0. separate or together; flne<t Mace in tin* city. 218 West Twenty-sixth utreet, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. CJTORR TO LKT- AND FIXTURES FOR BALE. AP KJ ply at 1,179 Broadway. ITO DRESSMAKERS AND OTHERS.? TO LET. A SUIT -Jl of four Room*, second floor, entire, at 243 Sixth ava liue, west side, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets; Tent moderate. Apply ut IIEBHKKD'S Real Estate office, J9 East Fourteenth street. TO LKT? ROOMS IN THE DISPATCH BUILDING, 11 Frankfort street, suitable for business purposes; rent Moderate. Apply on the premises. r let? for manufacturing PURPOSES, two large, well lighted Rooms, 40x90, with steam power, at n moderate price. Apply at 834 Canal street, in the store. ?|H> LET A FIRST CLAM STORE, AT ?2o PER J month, in a very good business location. In<|Ulr.' at 90 Hamilton avenue, two blocks from tie Hamilton ave nue terry, Brooklyn. T) LET? A FINH LARGE STORE, CORNER OF Sixth a venue and Twenty-second street, for very re ?pee table business : aivi a small one on Sixth avenue, ftear BoothV Theatre ; would make a line fruit stand or Iter any other busit.eit. Apply at 01 West Twenty-second ?Irec.t. riH> LET? WITH OR WITHOUT STEAM POWER, A X large Building, four slorles, hasement and lott, 2o0 fcet front by 75 deep ; well situated for any kind of manu fcetoring business; or will be let In rooms to suit ni>]>ll BantM. inquire at MJl Firtt avenue (Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets). fTHl LET? THE BASEMENT OF HOUSE 791 BROAD. J war (opposite Grace church) ; well lighted and two Jnrge windows. Als.> Cellar; suitable lor sewing machine ?lo-ines" Apply to JA3IKS A. CLARK A SON, oil the ?remises. f|V> LET? STORES. LOFTS AND SHOPS AT 7H AND n J. Walker street, 100 teet from Broadway; good locality Ihr any bus'ness. inquire of T. J. GIBBON6,113 Blcecker ?treet. nio LET? FOR LIGHT BUSINESS PURPOSES, DESK J room In a nice, pleasant store. Jnuulre of WELLS A SMITH, 747 Broadway, St. Denis Hotel. f|M) LET? A VEEY PLEASANT OFFICE, IN EXCRXr M lent order, at !W Cortland t street, corner of Church; lent only S2(t) per annum. Inijiilie In room A, second ?our. T) LET-A FIRST CLASS BOUSE AN D LOCATION lor a hoarding house, northeast corner Forty-second ?treet and Sixth avenue, opposite the Crystal Palace Park ; So ro< ins; near new raiiroud depot. JOHN KAYANAG11, on premises. ?TO LET ? UN Fl" RNI SB SO, A WBUrUOHTED BASE X inent for business pur|n>->es or a small family : also a Rent ltoom and Bedroom, itirnlshed, witli or without Board, in ail elegant private house. Call at 13 Clinton place, i e.u Broadway.* * . TO LEASE? DOCK FOOT OF WKST FIFTY FOURTH street . any number of lot.s required ?, 2tm t?ct of water fkom ; |o session Immediaieb' ; oitice; barn, containing 12 ?tables; lime and other ?bi ds on the premises. Apply to D. F. DiKKK. Eleventh avenue and Pitt y second street. SO LEASE? FOR FURNITURE OR STORAGE BUSI neas, a large Warehouse, on a leading strict, west e. NATIUNIKL ROE, 2t? Varlck street mVKLLING llOl si s TO LET. Furu tahed. * LARGU. NUMBER OF FURNISHED AND UNFOR nlshfd Houses to let, at low rentals. WM. TUCKER, r^k'ilth avenue, Qi-stdoor above Twenty sixth street, up SH.j A" 7,7rnri.rT..v'*'4lii!D BROWN STONE high Ft LL> ri>lvN?* ? ?ineiits; good order; table stoop to let; all Impro """g ready for house and bed linen, crockery and ? very l. . ?4,cn? r,,ni keeping ; nothing to buy ; central location , ???li.i B. FLANAGAN, Fourth avenue and Twenty-elu. T~0 LET A SMALL, NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE, In a pleasant neighborhood. Applyat 23'J West Sev enteenth street. . rpo u;T~A FIRST Cl.AfW EIJ3GANTLY FURNISHED I brown stone high xtoop Hou*e; rent only $176 |ier ??ontli; ruitnblc for private Innillv. Piano nnd rrocki'ry. BOKEN, HBO Brim. I way. tp<i I.l'.T FrRNfSIIED. AN ICI KOANT l'Oi:|l HTORY X brown gtime llou'-e, sa \\et,t Fifteenth utrect In thor *?)(?? ir^^lr , root low to r< ?; ?n;iblo parti**. Imjulrc on IjrfO.ls.. $1(10 -?m, #i?, $isn, $179, $:no per month? fpr ni*ii"t Honw?. In choice location*; a''iu uir ffcrnubed Itt iiB.'n ( licnii: Immediate po'semion. J M. l.K'lTrt, ij Sixteenth street, corner Broadway. 4>| I )| II I ?TO I.KT. OOMFLBTBLY VURNI8BBD, A ? I. """fir. com eulcnt modern Hou.-e, 10 room*; ile. arti'ly !orj? t<- -t nmr o-ntrul l'nrk : | <<4-e??loii utr tice I1I1U.L D. MA < K, Thirl nvt uue, near Seventy nvtli st L Vt' V nftir ni Kited ? (JRRAT NUMBER OK HR8T CLASH I'.VITR- I nihiu-d noui?'? jet t _> ?et at reduced rent*, *11 loca- j I: ul-o mail) lurui-lii <1 llou-t*. RIMQBtfoN 4 KfCLKSToN, r. I Wr?t Thirty-ilrrt *t. A ?HOUSE TO hKT, 13 ABINODOH MOAUi ALL I A. Improvements nnd In fine order; Immediate |>ri*. Sr-Jdon JS. I- * B. T. Bl'RNHAM , <"9 II nd*or, ?trer t. * ?FOUR HTORY BASEMENT HOUBK TO LET-5S I rt . Horntlo Mrect; all improvement*; in nr.e order; reduced rent. E. L. A B. T. BUKNIIjLM, Hudson i& UK; li STOOP BROWN STONE HOUHK, EXl'EPT two or three roomn Apply to Mini". BARBKR, WMrmki r, 11} West Twenty-ditto itrcct lmimdwlc ^OttM-xklon. ^ A HIRES M OR V HTCjtr 8TOOP BROWN STONE J\ llou-r, newly painted nnd repaired, to lot. on Ea?t Twenty -*ix ill street, ti< itr Madl*on square; ?jjvoral other* ?n Twenty third .street , rent* very nincn reduced, v. s. I'Ut'K .* <;<> , 9M Broadway. MODERATE BIBB TIIRKB STuKY BIOH BTOOP brick IIouh', In elegant order throughout, to Iff, uo furiilKlnd; rent low; Carpet*, SliatJoe M il Mirrors, ninny ?ew, can lx: had if dealred; iunilly breaking up on m - eoMttot in health; location Lexlnwton tvenna. we?i aide. f*?r Thirtieth ?tr?set. AwitnO.u. i'., box 101 Herald 'pto?vn Branch otike. AM ' M B f. R OF VERY ELEGANT NEW THREE ?tory brown m.no Hntiees, bard wood (lni*h, Sovcn ?> lounii utrect, near Central I'Hik; only $-\ fik MoRKiri K. BAKIt, WO HUtb avenue^ TkWni.LiNo noHHR to r.KT-wmi Ai.r< jhoukrn mi lmi>rof cmenu, ll'i Vandam #trert;rcnt $H*0. Ap ply ih j A M Pltlt.K. H udroii mreet. HOl'SK OS BROADWAY, NKAR THIRTY 8EOOND ittrrct, lit red no d r<-nt: In ouperb order; 15 room*; hot and i old water, ritriL"-, niiiliroom, w*ter cloitet, t'A*> ? ? A. O. LOOMIH, 1,284 Broadway. I.ET-NKW Hot;sq;s IN WE8T THIRTY BECOND mk-h |i a?i, now CoVaRe* In We>t liJ7th ttreet, near A rjpo BoMlrvanl, tt.'io _ __ w. B MOHflAN, 12 Emt Wanblntfton place. ?TO.. l/KT-ptWbivUHION IMMEDIATELY, SSI EAST J Eighty tilled (trret, high ?t..i.p, imioony, courtyard, Wl'torey, craw, innrbi? mantel*, heater, water, ua*. ? h;i!id( Ib'r- a genteel rcdd< nc? in j ? notKbborhMd. ?t ? moderate r*nt. DWBLMNO HOC8BN TO LET. Iiilnrnlahrd. TO LET? TWO SMALL TOREK STORY HOUSES I* Twenty-seventh street, al?o one In Prince street, at low rent Inquire of A. A8HEK, 304 West Thirty -third ft. Til LET? THE HOl'NE 2:1 GREENE HTiihl.T; KENT X $01 per month. IIO LET-HOUSE 1110 GREENWICH AVKNI'E, THREE story, attic and liaseim ut, liUli stoop ; rent $100 per mouth; no aesslon Immediately. Inquire of T. J. ulB BONS, IIS Hleee Iter afreet I rpo LKT? AT A VERY CHEAP RENT, 140 WEST I 1 Twenty-seventh street: nil painted, frescoed and In I line order ; rent >1,800. DYE k CURTItifl, 309 HlJttb >T. | rpo LET? THREE KTOltY HIGH STOOP BRICK I 1 Hou-rg in 109th street and 112th street, nenr Third I avenue, lYotn (000 to $1 ,(B0 por year, Inquire at 17ft East lOtftli street, or o4 JOHN SHIRLEY A son, 81 Cedar st To LET? AT I'jl ELM STREET. HOl'SE OP TWO stones and attic, with store In basement. Inquire of V McKKON, 117 and 1I>J Elm Hmt r> LET-A BBADTIPDL MOWN 8TONB HIGH STOOP House, In Fitly -tlr?t street between Seventh and Tenth avenues, with all Improvement#, suitable lor private family or boardiuii house : would he a good plaeo for n denU>t, as tlie.re Is none In the neighborhood ; also the upper part ol a Hou>e to a smull family of Adult* ; only two persons in the lo'<>cr raft; rent low to a first cUum tenant. Inquire ol the owner, 43d West I-'Ifty-flrnt street. TO LET? A POUR STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT House ou couth side of Twenty-tilth street, between Seventh und Kighth avenue*: in thorough repair; rent low to responsible party. Inquire at 293 Washington street, or lit 226 West Thirty-first street. TO LET-SMALL Til REE STORY HIGH STOOP House, 110 East Twenty-fourth street; 10 rooms, every Improvement and In tlno order. Seen from 10 to 1 with out permit 11WO NEAT COTTAGES, HANDSOMELY LOCATED, to let cheap.? one in liarlem, Fourth avenue, be tween 127th and i!?Uh street*; the other in Ninth avenue, near Korty-sevt nth street. $10 anil $50 per mouth. Ap ply 003 Hudson street. To LBT? THREE STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE, IN East Seventeenth street, near Irving place; 12 rooms; nil Improvement*; in complete order; rent $1,600. 11. m. coNDi r, 138 Bwt Twelfth Btreet TO RENT? A SMALL HOUSE, IN HARLEM, NEAR boats and cars; all Improvomente; rentlow to good tenant. Apply to BIRR A H11J.S, corner Third ave nue aud L4th street. 1M) RENT? THE THREE STORY HIGH STOOP DWEL ling House No, Amity street. Apply to T. J. CHI RON'S, 109 lileeeker street. rilHE FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE 61 WEST A Ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, tin fuml-hed or partially furnished, in elegant order. Apply to owner, on premises. ACAA ?TO LET, THREE STORY FRAME HOUSE, ?]p?IVU. 2,186 Second avenue, near 112tli street; in good order. JOHN SHIRLEY A SON, 81 Cedar street j^TALANTAS AND IjONIJONERS. LOOK t>UT POR THE BXTRA TELEGRAM ON MONDAY. FULL PARTICULARS OF THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL BOAT RACE. A FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS _ TO LET. A KICK, LA ROB, PLEASANT FRONT FURNISHED Room to let? lo one or two gentlemen. Terms $.1) per month. Inquire at 814 East Forty -ninth Direct, Fie tween Mi nt anil Second avenues. AIIANDSOMB, WELL FURNISHED SUIT OF PAR. lors to let, without Board : also Rooms on second and thlnl iloorn ana Bedroom; reference. 14 Irving place. ?FURNISHED ROOM TO LET, IN TnE NINTH ? ward, for $tla month. Inquire ut 66 I.eroy street. Mrs. AMTHN. A SUIT OK ROOMS TO LET, FURNISHED? CONSIST ing of four rooms, nil communicating ; also Mingle Rooms cheap lor summer months. I, KM Broadway. A SMALL FAMILY WILL LET ONE OR TWO H?oiiis, liaiidsomsly furnished. with housekeeping privileges, on very moderate terms; Immediate possession. i:i3 West sixteenth street. , ? \ HANDSOMELY FURSTtJUED ROOM TO LET. UY without board, on reason a Me terme. at S3 West Twenty fourth street, near Fifth Avenue HofeL A I'ARTY OK TWO OR THRBE GBNTLEHStf KE j\ i|iilrlnu a Urge, neatly furnlHhed tront Room, sej>a rate accommodations, can l>e suited on very moderate terniR by calling at SSI \V est Seventeenth street. A neati.y mnnm room may bbortaimed In private dwelling 832 Sixth avenue, between Twen tieth and Twenty-flrst streets; terms reasonable. A LADY VY 1 1 .1 , LET AN ELF.OANT FURNISHER front Room to a first clans gentleman, without hoard, ("all at 12 West Eleventh street, between University place nod Broadway. An elegant parlor and extension room to let? To gentlemen only; also several other Room*, neatly furnished, In the first class house a)4 Weit Twenty third st net. References exchanged. AT If! EAST FIKTKENTH HTRKET. RETWEEN FIFTH avenue and Union M/uare, gentlemen can ncuro large, finely I'urnL-lied Rooms for tin: summer ; rci'erences re (j nired. . ? A? TO LET, FURNISHED, A FRONT AND BACK ? Room on second floor to gentleman or gentleman and wife. Inquire at ifcs Waal Eleventh street. APBIYATR AMERICAN FAMILY WILL RENT, TO one or two gcutlemen, without board, a handsomely furnished front Room, gas, bath, 4c., In unexceptionable location, on very moderate terms. Inquire at 213 East Thirty-ninth tweet A THIRD FLOOR TO LET? FURNISHED, FOR LIGHT housekeeping, lo a small family. In a private family. 818 West Kitteenth street, m ar Eighth avenue. A PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE A SUIT OF ROOMS, handsomely and newly furnished, together or separ ate ; modern luipro-.emcnts. lt>S East Thirty fifth street, third door west of Third avenue. A LA ROE FRONT PARLOR TO LET? FURNISHED, w ith gas, suitable tor housekeeping, ami Hull lied rcotn if reunite I, or suitable for a doctor, and small Room lor housekeeping. 238 Eighth avenue, near Twenty -second street. i SUIT AND ONE OR TWO SINGLE ROOMS, HAND J\. soniely furnished, to gentlen en, without board ; ex ceedingly moderate prices; location unexceptiouulde. 12"- Kar l Sixteenth street, corner Irving place. A FURNISHED SECOND FLOOR TO LET, TO A GEN tleniaii and wife, or two gentlemen ; hot aud cold water, with hath. 20Domlnick struct. \N ELEGANTLY FURMKHRI) PARI.OR TO ONE OR two gentlemen or a quiet couple; itlso a smaller Room, at private residence, 49 Amity atrcet. A FRONT, OFFER FURNISHED ROOM; ALSO ONE back; h lu h ceilings, ga\ Ac . ; $3 each ; to gentlemen only, In private residence, No. tt St. Mark's place, near Hroud w ay ; no hill at iloor. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM TO LET ? Without hoard, to a single gentleman, at l?l West Twentieth street. A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO LET. Inquire at IOC Orchard street. BRTWSEE ONIYSRSITT PI.ack AND fifth ave nue, 44 West Eleventh street.? Handsomely fbrnlshed Room, ? lihout board, tor S"'>Ueiu?u only, in n French *?uUI>. Reference* required. 1 ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET? TO 'j gentlemen, without board; moderate prices. 4-".i East Kitty eighth ^treet. yrtJMMIITlI FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET? WITH J 'J out mraru, in'pur*- nt .'.it Twent} third street, ^ IjlAKT THIRTY EIGHTH STREET, Mt ItliAY HILL, ll near Lexington avenue.? To let, hutidnoniely nir nisbed Rooms lor gentlemen or gcnU^'ncti and wives at SB per week. Call 'or three, days, HV). IU'RNISHBD HALL BEDROOM TO LET.-HW WEST Seventeenth street. Elegantly, newly furnished Rack parlor ai><I Bedroom oil first floor: also splendid bedroom on third floor; private family; references exchanged. Ap. ply on premises, 27 Bond street. YjU'RNISHED ROOMS? WITH OAS AND BATH, TO r gentle, nan or gentleman and wife. 148 Henry itreet, cornet Rutgers. F1CRNISHED EO( MS TO LET-TO GENTLEMEN and their wlvet or altigle gentlemen at W West six teenili strict, between Firtfi and Sixth avenues; private family; reference* required. I BURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT-TO GENTLEMAN 1 and wife or (ingle gentlemen; convenient ! cation, near Union miunre. fall lor one week at 117 East Fif teenth itreet. LM RNISHED- A NICE LABOR BEDROOM, SI'ITA r ble lor two gentlemen ; $4 per week. 4'J Last Thirty ? Mr-t street, corner Fourth avenue. F1URNISHRD ROOMS TO LEI? KOR GENTLEMEN. Inquire at 128 Waverley place. ' IjM'RNISHKD FIRST FLOOR, TWO LARGE ROOMS, halli and eioact adjoining, S9 weekly ; llall, up per rooms, -ingle lieds, $1 ,'iO each. 1M feast Fifteenth street, three doors from Union square _____ IjU'HNISHLD ROOMS. WITH EVERY OONVE J nlenee for housekeeping, lor t<l per Week, at 410 West Thirtieth street, near Ninth avenue. t1UltNlsill.il ROOMS? KOR TWO OR THREE GEN .1 tw men, in a private family ( gas and Liatli. 1SI East K Met nth street. FlURNISIlEp ROOMS TO UMI A PRIVATE FAM . "?X." Mp.- gentlemen ; reference required. In quire at -i Wet Washington pUi e IjH'RNISHBD, NEATLY, FOR 1IOUSEKRRFINO? A r Suit of Room*; parlor, two I od rooms, closets, kitchen water closeta, separate meter; all on second iloor, fronting Eighth avenue, ferine moderate. Apply at !wu We.t T wenty -eighth street. IjIRONT PARLOR, FURNISHED, IN PRIVATE HOUSE, 20 Varlek place, to one or two gcutlemen ; a week . TpURNlSHED ROOMS TO LET? IN A FRIVATK HOI SF. r convenient to different cur route* and within tour doors of Fulton avenue; bath. Apply ut 2'ki Navy street Brooklyn. i vi \ arica pincc. references required. BURNISHED ROO i convenient to oors ol Fulton eve I Irooklyn. /1ENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMODATED Wirjl \T handsomely furnished Rooms, en suite or singly, at 167 Weat Twenty-third street. Reference required. ENTEKLLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT-ON II second and third storiea, with um ami bath, at HO Last Twenty-seventh street, near Xeilugton avaane. Rcfereucc* eacbaneed. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APABTHKNTK TO LET. Handsomely furnished rooms to rent-at lift West Tv. enty second .street. Handsomely furnished rooms to i.et-m Last Ninth *tnci, near Broadway ; term* moderate; also a front Hall Bedroom. Handsomely furnished rooms for gbntle men, without hoard, on suite or Mingly ; summer prices; rflrn Dee. 10 Waverley (lut NICBLT rUBNISUBD ROOMS to LBT?ONE NICE Ortice for u physician. Apply at 315 Second avenue, near Eighteenth Mmt ONE I.AROE ROOM, ALSO A HALL HKDROOM, I'O gentlemen only. ?16 Thompson street, third door below Amity. ONE OR TWO NEATLY I I RNISIIED ROOMS TO let? Without hoard, or Cor lit li' housekeeping. In quire at 420 Fourth avenue, up two flight* of stairs, with out ringing bell, thin day. TO LET? Ft RNISHED ROOMS, in TRB NEWLY fitted up house HW West Forty filth street. TO LET? TO A PARTY OF FOI It i; ENTLEM EN, A suite of Rooms, where the comfort* and refinement of n home m.iy he had; terms $40 a week. Address ROOMS, box llti Herald jftn. TO LET? FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED ROOMS, for gentlemen only: prices moderate; locution on exceptionable. 146 East Fl-ty -fifth street. TO LET-A RACK l'ARLOR AND ATTIO BOOMS, Room!*, furnished, In u private family. No. ftl Perry street rpo RENT? SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS, HAND. J somely furnished. en suit." or singly, of house 312 West Twenty second street. Terms inodcra'te. TO LET?' TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS In a private family; hot unrt eold water and all modern Improvement*, at 6rt McDougal street, near Houston. TO LET? A FURNISHED ROOM, TO ONE OR TWO gentlemen. Apply at 211 East Eighty -sixth street, between Second and Third avenue?. TO LET-A LARUE FRONT ROOM, HANDSOMELY ftirnlshed, lift Went Twenty-sixth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, to gentlemen ortly. Inquire ou the premised. TO LET-TWO LARGE, SQUARE, FRONT ROOMS, neatly furnished, on nucuna floor; private bathroom connecting-; location ilrst class. Call at 103 West Forty first slrcet mo LET? A FURNISHED FRONT HALL ROOM. WITH X tas. to a gentleman; rent$2 fltl per week. Apply at i 137 Ninth RVenu >. r LET? AT 21 WEST ELEVENTH STREET.? N 1". W I ? V furnished Rooms for gentlemen only. TO LET? AT 2? WEST ELEVENTH STREET, N E A It Broadway, large comfortably furnished Silting Room and Bedroom, on second floor; one Kooiu on third floor; house newly painted, Ac. rpo LET? A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR i. and bail Bedroom, with pan and bath. In a pri\ato brown stone house near Lexington avenue ; terms very reasonable. Can be seen for three days. Address B., Hudeon Illver Railroad depot. rpo LET-FURNISHED SECOND FLOOR SUITABLE 1 for honsekeonln* ; gas and v. ator; rent $30 per month, including gas. 22 Henry street, near Catharine. O LET? TO GENTLEMEN, NEWLY FURNISHED Apartments; modern conveniences. 85 West Tenth st. T rpo LET? HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND X Bedroom connecting, on first, floor; also I In 11 Room, to gentlemen, without board. No. SO West Fifteenth st. rpo RENT? A I'ART OF A FLOOR, IN THE NEICIT i. borhood of Central Park, partially tarnished, to a gentleman and wife; present gentleman and wife will Dourd If agreeable to both parties; terniH moderate. In quire al market corner Fitly se\ enth St. and Eighth a v. rpwo OR THREE GENTLEMEN CAN BE AUCOM J inoduted with nicely furnished Rooms at to First st. VERY DESIRABLE" ROOMS, NEAR ORAMEROY Park, wltliout board, may be had. Address for par ticulars LIS., care of Necdhum A Son, 14*1 East Twenty till rd street. WELL FURNISHED AND AIRY ROOMS TO LET.? The house contains all the modern Improvements: furniture new ; bath, hot and cold water. Apply at ftl Bcueh street. \UKLI, FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LODGING OR II light Housekeeping; and Parlor, whole of floor, un furnished. No 2t?6 sixth avenue. Second bell. ] BLOCK AND A HALF EAST OF BROADWAY, XI Stuyvesant street, near Cooper Institute utid Eighth street.? A richly furnished Suit of Rooms, with all the comforts of a home. AO TO $8.? SEVERAL NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS t to let to gentlemen anil wives or to single gentle men. Apply at 142 Ea?t Fifteenth street, near Third avenue. dJjO 85 CENTS rEB WEEK FOR A GENTLEMAN.? ?P~j A pleasant, airy hull Room on fcccond floor; con venient to ears ami stages. yulet house, No. 405 West Thir tieth ?iiC?t. CTH AVENTTS, J4S.? HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ? ) Rooms, to Krnllc??iii, on moderate terms; also at -7 East Twenty-fourth street, Tie*.' Madi.suu square; small private family r BREVOORT PLACE (TENTH STREET), NEAR ?? Broadway.? Elegantly furnished Rooms to lei, ref gentlem* n or Kcnt'emtn "nil their wives; also front ila.se mi nt, suitable lor an utHoo l house first dwii; terms moderate. /TTH AVENUE, NO. 164, WEST SIDE. NEAR TWENTY ' ) flr?t street? lairge front Booms to let, <m first story, handsomely furnished, with bntli, gun, Ac. ; ul-n smaller Booms. Brfercnecs. rTH AVENUE, m, BETWEEN THIRTIETH AVn t.J Thirty-first streets ? A suit of < urn large, cool a nd llewly furnished Booms to rent, without hoard. 0VAR1CK PLACE, SULLIVAN STREET, SIX BLOCKS from Hroad way.? Hand.-omely fUrni?hed double and single Rooms; en.", hath and all conveniences; charge* moderate; comfort s of a home; for violin gi ntlemen. e? WEST El?vENTH KTREKT, SECOND DOOR Of ) Broadway.- Hied] farnlsbed Rooms to let, for gentle men only , house lias all modern Improvements. &Q -HANDSOME FRONT SITTING *ND BEDBOOM, ?TO. furnished, for housekeeping ; hot and cold water, hath and every convenience, fine location, near Fark. 222 1'ii'ly-second slreet, near Broadway. 9 Til WARD -A LARGE, NICELY POKPkHBD ROOM, to gentleman and wife or two single Kcnts ; al-u two Mttry Bad rooms; terms reasonable. rtio Blcecker street. 1 QfH STREET, BETWEEN HEfONl) and THIRD XjLi avenues, No. 221.? A neatly furnished square l'oom, closet*. Ac., to one or two gentlemen, without board, $<>; also, nice Hall Room ; use of good bath, Ac. First cln <s house ; tint class location. QA BOND STREET.? FURNISH FiD ROOMS TO LET, ?\J to gentlemen only ; best location in the city, near i i rand Central Hotel; rent reasonable to responsible par (l')D STREET, NO. 114. BliTWEEN LEXINGTON AND At) Fourth avenues. ?To let, without board, nicely fur nished Booms, In suits or Kingly, second floor; Drier mode rate ; references exchanged. OQ F AST TWENTY-SECOND 8TBBET, NEAR BROAD Li 0 way.? To let, a very hand-ome second Floor, newly furnished parlor and two bedrooms, bathroom connected, to gentlemen, without board. OQ SIXTH AVENUE.? A WIDOW LADY HAS 'f neatly furnished Rooms lo let to permanent, or transient boarders, where there are no other boarders; none but llrst class parties need apply ; no objection to take a lady, fall for one week. OA WEST TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET.? HAND* OH sotnely fornl?hed cecond story back Room: hath connecting ; also u single Room, In a private family, at very moderate terms; tint class references given and re quired. ? >7 UNION SQUARE.? DELIGHTFUL FRONT ROOM. ?J I neatly furnished, only per week. Inquire or Mr?. LAWRENCE, top Hour. QQ ST. MARK'S PLACE.? A STRICTLY PRIVATE ilfj lainilv offer two very line Rooms to gentlemen oiify ; fll-O a bcaotl't'l liaek l urlor to gentleman and w|fi?. References requtrou. AO East NINTH STREET.? NEATLY FURNISHED T? * Rooms; lor gcutl?,ncn only ; closets, gas and water; terms moderate. ~4 7 FIMBTBEBT.-aViCK FU RNHi I IED ROOM TO ll lei, with or without Board; convenient to Sixth avenne ears; lor one or two gentlemen. iQ west twenty-sixth street- to let. at mmmer prices, pleasant, handsomely l\trnlshed Apartments, for gentlemen or famine. ; also an Office for doctor or dentist; Bronclwuy and Filth avenue. /-"I WEST NINTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH ?) I and Slith avenues.? Richly furnished Rooms to let, without boa. d ; house and location tirstcluss; terms mode rate. _______ 6" 4 AMITY STREET, OOBNEB SOUTH FIFTH AVE* "X line.? For irentleinen only.? Mrs. W1LKIE offers a few of the most dee t able and cleanly kept Rooms In the city, with fine view of Washington square; Rooms, double urn! tingle, at very favorable rates; near all tlm jtriiK'ipal hotel*, mid very suitable for merchants, clerks, (*Q LEXINGTON AVENUE? TWO FINELY Ki:it 0?7 nislied Rooms to let to Kentleinen, without board , use ot bath room. Apply ss above. I AO east TENTB STREET. -A NICELY FUR; Jl'O niched front ltoom for one or two gentlomen street car* convenient and all nighf ; house priyaic. 1 1 O WEST SEVENTEENTH STREET -TO I.Er, FOE I 1 nlsht (I, a front Parlor with bedroom adjoining, with water an I gas; also a hull Bedroom, with gas. In quire during the week. _____ l 1 i) WEST TWELFTH STBEBT,? TO LET, TWf) FAR i 1 lora, either for a physician's office, or for gen tleman and wife or single gentlemen; also one Boom on second floor; alljiewly furnished. |1 Q CLINTON I'LACR.? TWO H ANDSOMELY TOE I I ?" nlshcd Rooms, all complete for light housekeeping ; also one large IVont Room and Hall Room. ion WEST THIBTY FOURTH STREfcT.? ROOMS, 1 only about half price during summer; gentle men, without Board ; first class. 007 WEST TWENTIETH STREET.? TO LET, WITH OU I out hoard, a h'tndsoinely iiirnl-.hedh.ick I'arlor; other light, airy Rooms also, to gent lemon only; terms very reasonable. ? QQH SECOND AVBWUB.?A EEAUTIPUIXY PUR ? JOIJ niched back I'arlor to let to one or two gentle men, without board ; gas and buth . private house noil SIXTH AVENUE.? TO LBT, A FURNISHED I'arlor; also llall Bedr<om?, with privilege of conking, at (2 per week. King No. A bell, right hand side, I' M<1 H.\ ISII BO ROOME A \ I) APART MKVTH TO l,KT. A PLEASANT ROOM TO LET-TO GENTLEMAN and wife, without children, or two gcnllcmou, with out M?ij.^ Apply at ski Bridge street, Brooklyn. A? TO LET, AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUITOF ? Parlors, on ?rst flour, tor olub purpoeea, to gentle men. 1,179 Broad net. | CNFVRNISHRn ROOM* AKO APART MENTS TO LET. APARTMENTS TO LET-SIX KOOMH EACH, CAN, r.?ni<e, stationary tubs, huh unit elowm; rem >2rt to (22 Mlper mouth. HAUL. I). MACK, Third IVtIM, corner o.t bT(Bt] -Ixtli itrMi \ SPLENDID FLOOR, CONTAINING SEVEN KOOMH, i\ iti perfect order, oil Went Fifteenth street, near Sixth avenue; rent only $10 per niontli. s. EDOAR HEBtfEBD. 29 East Fourteenth street. \mick thud rum ?>K ml rooms in ni> vju house 3S4 West Twenty *v cnth street. Oood neighborhood. Low rent A HANDSOME SUIT OF ROOMS AND A BINCILB a* Kooin tor Kciitlcmcn. Apply at It West Nineteenth street. AHHCIJXD FLOOR IN PRIVATE HOUSE 21U EAST Thirty-third otreet; all modern improvement* ; house occupied by the ?.\\ iter. \? FLOOR AM) APARTMENTS TO LET, IN NINTH ? ward ; rent from $t* to $.'iU n< r month. E. L. A B. T. BL'KN HAM, 00# Hudson street. /1IIOICK OF ROOMS? SECOND FI.OOR, HOUSE Twelfth street, near Sixth avenue ; private family of three; no other rooms rutted; terms ior summer, 425 I font, $1*0 buck. tor two ; references exchanged. Address 1. L , box las Herald oflice. / ^IMPORTABLE FLOORS OK 1*01' U ROOMS? RENT $13 to $Jti, in Eleventh and Twelfth street*, near Second avcuue; nice buildings. Apply on the premises, :.0I to .109. FtF.NCH FLATS TO LET? A HOUSE COMPLETE ON lirst floor*, in 142 und 144 East Fourteenth street; down town; healtli.v location; suitable for small, lirst i lass I'iralUM; cheap. Apply to the Janitors fllRBT, SECOND AND TH1UI) FLOORS, ON KROAD way, near Tlilrty-seertitd street, at a reduced rent; all incomplete order; will rent together or separately. A. 0. LOOM1B, 1,251 Broadway. IP LOOKS TO LET, 1 in marble building 61:1 Sixth avenue; In brown stone house Ml Sixth avenue; Apartments in 1M and 186 Kilty, second street; Floor in house 147 West Fortieth street. JOHN KAVANAOIl, ro -ihesst oorncr Porly second street and Sixih avenue. Tj'RHNGH FLAT. -TO LET, ON THIRD FLOOR, IN I hundsotne new si<Jn? front building 238 EastThirtietli street, five Rooms und bathroom ; boiler, range. station ary tubs, elevators anil separate meters. Rent i>i7 5". TN A FRENCH FAMILY. SINOLE OENTLEMEN OR I fiimllics run obtain very cool and comfortably fur nl-hed Rooms, singlv or en suito, without board. Terms moderate. Fourth avenue.* IN HOUSE WITH OWNER? TO I.ET, A HANDSOME I Parlor Floor, wi:h modern Improvements; nso of range, Ac. ; a place suitable for gentleman und wife or two gentlemen ; references required. No. 211 East Thirty sixth street. PARLOR AND BASEMENT OP 142 WEST TWENTY stxtli street to let, to respectable tenants. Inquire on premises. PART OF A PRIVATE HOUSE TO LET? ALL modern Improvements. Inquire at 34 drove street. TIOOMS TO LET.? 38 RUTGERS STREET. SECOND FLOOR OF TWO ROOMR-TO A SMALL family, $18 per month; ulso one small Room on third floor. Apply ah No. 1 till rd <mi row, West Eleventh street. SPLENDID FLOOR TO LET? CONSISTING OF SIX rooms; marble mantels, chandelier*, water closet, bath; separate meter; newly tilted up ; owner occupies lower purt. a Monroe street mo LET ? A BEAUTIFUL LARGE FRONT ROOM, J. Parlor, utiftirulshed, on second tlonr; private resi dence, Twenty-seventh street, between Lexington ami Fourth avenues; referenrca exchanged. Address M. A., box 142 Herald Uptown Branch oflbe, I II roadway. ritu LET? SECOND FLOOR OF HOUSE 4.12 SIXTH J. avenue, live rooms, buth and closet Imjulrc at 418 Sixth avenue, first rtoor. TO LHT-A SUIT OP ROOMS ON PARLOR FLOOR, unthrnished or part furnished; hot and cold water, Pantries and dumb-waiter, and privilege In kitchen. 430 ourth avenue. mo LET? LARUE ROOM, WITH BEDROOM, WATER 1 and every convenience lor a family, rent $13 per month, at No. 9 Carmine street, near Bleeoker. mo LET? FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT, 8 ROOMS; J rent low; high stoop house. 400 West Thirty-third street. Large yard. TO LET? LOWER PART OF 23!) Til I RTY-FOU RTII street; live rooms; every Improvement and Inline order. Also three Rooms; rent moderate. H. M. OONDIT, I3tf East Twelfth street. TO LET? TO A FAMILY OF ADULTS, A THIRD Floor, lour rooms, four largo closets, hot and cold water, with use of bathroom and laundry; rent $i<>; at 201 East t- iltern tli street, second door east Of Third avenue. TO LET ? SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS; BATH room, water closet, marble wash basins; hot and cold water; gas fixtures; In splendid order; locatlun first Class ; relit $i25. 241 East 105th street riio LET? separately or tooethkr, two J. law unftirnished Parlors, In excellent order, with pantries and full privilege of back basement; suitable for doctor or gentleman ami wife. 274 West Fourth street, near Perry. ritO LET-AT A LOW RENT, TO A SMALL, RESPECT 1 able family, thil Second Floor of ll'J East Seventy third street, near l'ark entrance. mO LET ? FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT, SEPA 1. rale meter, $10 ; Suits ot five Rooms. $2.4 to $30. _N AT11AN I EL lit IE, 20t) Vmick street. rno LET? IN A STRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY, A J suite of Ro""iis, and otic single Room to gentleman, without board; roicreuce* required. Call at 43 West Nineteenth Street. v. rno LET? A HANDSOME FLOOR IK GENTEEL I'RI 1 vate house, to a small family ; beautifhl locution. 421 East Flitv-flrst street. TO LET? A SECOND FLOOR, IN GOOD ORDER; bathroom, gas, Ac. : rent moderate to a small, nice family, Sec owuer. No. N?8 West Thirty-fourth street TO LET? A FINE BROWN STONE HOUSE; SECOND floor, three rooms and bathroom; third t!o-ir, \hree rooms; all improvements; strictly private ; to a small, respeetlble family. Apply to A. ALEXANDER, 1)17 Sec? and avenue. TO LET-THE SECOND FLOOR OF HOOK f,9 Horatio street, with all ImproTement*. rpo RENT? TO A RESPECTABLB FAMILY, THE FAR i. lor and Basement Floors of the commodious dwel ling '-'4 La in lit street; low rent. SYLVESTER POPE, 200 11 mlson ?treet TO RENT-NEAR THE EIGHTH AVENl'E ENTRANCE to Central Park, a first Floor, live rooms, in a most re.-p etublo neighborhood, between Eighth avenue and Broadway; rent $10. Apply at 807 Eighth avenue. JOHN BRA NIG AN. U'PFER PART OF HOUSE TO LET UNFURNISHED? To a (juiet family ; bath and gas. Rent $.'s) per month. Apply at 83 East Twenty -seventh street, neur 1 Madison avenue. 2D FLOOR (FOUR ROOMS) TO LET? OF PREMISES 243 Sixth avenue, west side, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets; rent moderate. Apply at HABBEHD'S Real Estate otllcc ,2"J East Fourteenth street 1 WEST TWENTY NINTH STREET, NEAR SIXTH LUv avenue, third tloor, private house.? Four Ulft ! Rooms, every Improvement. Including washtubson :am? floor, to a small tamily of adults only. 1 \ THIRTY-SECOND STREET, NEAR LEXINGTON JO'/ avenue.? Parlor Floor, sultahle tor a doctor's o; flce ; alto two other Rooms, together o* separate; tcriiis reasonable. mo THOMPSON STREET.? PRIVATE HOUSE, I -j near W asliington square; second tloor; three large rooms and closet with gas. bath, Ac., for housekeeping; $10 a month; small, respectable family desired. O/I7 WEST SEVENTEENTH STREET-ONE LABGB Ol "I front Room and one back Room connecting, for a man and wife, in a strictly private family; retcreuccs exchanged. Apply tor three daj ,rri 7 EAST II7TH STREET -TO LET, IN PRIVATE f) I I house, Sccond Story and Part of Third; all Im SIXTH AVENUE.? AN ELKoa n' ?' i'"ENCn 4 ')?/ Flat, eight rooms, in perfect order, in the broisi' stone block between Forty-thlnl aud Forty-fourth streets IIIIHSES, ROOMS, MX., WAVTEU, In thla City antl Brooklyn. A YOUNG MAN WANTS A FURNISHED ROOM, . with hot and cold water, near Union or Madison souare ; rent not to exceed $200 per year. Address COUN SELLOR, station 1>. A MAN AND WIFE, WITHOUT ENCUMBRANOB and respectably connected, would take charge ol |a private hotiM- during the abscnee of the lainlly; can fur nish retcreuccs and security 11 required. Address J. M., 37 Bank st A FAMILY OF FIVE ADULTS (NO ('If ii.DRr.N) Db ?Ire to lease a good House lor two or three years, be tween Eighth and Filtietli streets. Second and Eighth avenues ; rent $1,400 or less; tlrst class references. Ad dress with description a id location, C. N. T., (W8 Broad way. SMALL FURNISH ED IU )USE WANTED? FROM AUGUST 1, or before, between Fourteenth and Fort) -second street", sixth ntnl Lexington avenues. No notice taken unless rent, situation nil I particulars given. Address el., box MBS New Vurk I'osf otttCe. T ANTED? FOR TWO ADULTS, IN AN AGREE A 111 F ) family, two unf trnlshed Rooms, without hoard, above Twenty-third ftreet between Seventh and Flith avenues; on sixth av 'iiuo preterred. Address E. T., box 147 lloiabl Uptown U aneh oftlee. ?flTANTED? THRBB ROOMS IN A PRIVATE HOUSE, Tf with all mo# 'in Improvements, for two persona; rent moderate. Address A. M. P., Herald office. WANTED-RY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, WITH out ?? h ildrc n, a Suit of tour or nve tinlurnlshei! Rooms, with r.ll modern improvements, in a rir*t c a-.s uptown locatlen ; strictly private house preferred; refer cures exchanged. Addri i<. stating location, rcut and all particulars, A. K. S , Herald office. \\] ANTED-A SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE, FOR A TT family of three; rent not to exceed $l2Aor $lflt) lor the summer months; agents ami parlies reserving rooms lifed not answer; location fourteenth to Thirty-fourth street Lexington to Seventh avenue. Address, with mil par ticulars (or no notice taken), HOUSE, box 164 Herald Uptown Hraitch office. Wf ANTED TO RENT? TUB LOWER PART OF AN Vt English basement house, Office and three or four Rooms Riliolnlng, for a physician ; must lie between Thir tieth and Forty fifth street", I<exington and Klgb'li avo nties. Address "DOCTOR, box 105 Herald Uptown Branch office , 1, 3t S Broad* ay, WANTED TO RENT OR PURCIIASE-AN UNFl'R nl'hed city House for small family , must be In good neighborhood. Address, with particulars, F. M., litis Lex ington avenue. w RRMOVALSI. Harrington a stone havb removed jo and 882 Broadway, between Eighteenth and Nine teenth streeta. Curtains and linen Housekeeping Guous at rcjuced prions the balance of the season KUROPKAH HTKAMBH1PS. NOHTII OI'.KMAN IXOTB SnUMSHIP COMPANY for Southampton and Bremen. Ttie stcamMhlp UANOVEIt, t'aptaln F Ilelntxio.lt. will MUojrVlMlday, Jauc 4, nt J p, M., from Hmoen pier, foot V! JSl!*! jSr*S'' H?t>, .km, in be followed by wteamn'ilp J ? r ...i r"Pi?i'i >>? Kelchmann. on Saturday, June ft KAlbH OK J>AKSAUK TO LONDON, UAVRK AND BltMMKN. payable lu gold or Um equivalent in currency. Fir<t ('at)in ?ia) Hurmut Cabin . . . V. V. . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Klt'rril .'f 'y For irelght or pAatage apply' to OELRICI18 A CO.. Agenw, No. 2 Bowllnii (Irorn. 0 NLY DIRECT LINK TO FRANCE. flic General TraiMatlantlc Coinpnny'* Mall steamships, between New York ami Havre, calliiiij at llrest Till- splendid vessel* on. this favorite route for I hi> Con tinent will rail from pier 50 North River, as follows - ST LAURENT, I.emurie Saturday. June 15 I WAblllNti fON, Houssan Hat urda v, J n tie W YII.I.K DE PARIS, Surmont Saturday, July 13 1'rlce of paaUBA in gold (including wine). TO BREST OR HAVRE, ' Fir* ratiln, $125; Second Cabin, $75. Excursion Ticket* at reduced rate*. Thou* steamers do not earr.y steerage passenger*. American traveller * going to or returning from the Oon tlnent ol Europe, l>y Inking the steamers ul thla lino, avoid both transit by English railway and the Oisconilortaof crossing the t hanm-1, besides saving time, trouble and txja "so OEQRQB MACKENZIE, Agent, 58 Broadway. |N. VI AN line. 1 FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Rovnl Mail Steamers are niiDoint?d to sail as follow*:? CITY OK LONDON Saturdiy. J'in? H, 7 A. M. CITY OK WASHINGTON. . . .Thursday, June 13, 10 A. M. CITY OK BROOKLYN Saturday, June 15. 12 noon. CITY OK BRISTOL Thursday. June 2(1, 2 1*. >1. CITY OK HltUSSEL* Saturday, June 22. 2 P. M. CITY OK NEW YORK Thursday, June 27. Ill A. M. and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier 45 North River. RATES OK PASSAGE. PAT AO!. R IN flOLD. P1Y1BI.R IX euBHIiNOr. First ratlin $73 Steerage $-10 To London..., rid To London SI To Paris 'JO To Pari - :? Pa- Honkers also lorwttrded to Havre. Hamburg, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. nt red uffeil rates. Tickets can bought here at moderate rales l?y persons wishing lo wend for their friends. Through hills of IttditiK given on shipments of goods to Havre and Antwerp. I M alta Isued at tnc lowest rates. Kor further information apply at the company's office. JOHN O. I)ALF., Agent, 15 Hroadway, New York. /U'NARD LINE.? THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERl \J can Hoy ul Mail Stu.itnshliis, between New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork Harbor. From New Vork. I From New York. SCOTIA... .Wed'dav, June 12 ALGERIA ,. .Snl'tly, June 15 JAVA Wed'day. Jun- l;? PARTHIA. .SaCdy, June 22 CHINA, .. . Wod'dav, June 2! CALA HRI A.tSat d v.June 29 RI'SSIA Wed'dav, July 3 ABYSSINIA.. Sat'ify, July rt CtM'.A Wed day. July Id BAT A VI A Sat'dy, July 13 ? id every rollowing Wednesday and Sulurdav, irom Ne.v York. Rates of passage? Cabin, $S0. 100 and 130, gold, accord ing to accoinnioiiaiion. tickets to Paris, gold, ad ditional. Return tickets on favorable terms. Steerage, $:?>, currency. Steerage tickets from Liverpool and Qurenstown and ail parts of Europe nt lowest rates. Through bills of lading given lor Belfast, OIas^ow. Havre. Antwerp and other ports on the Continent and lor MeditArruiic.ni ports. For freight and catkin passage apply at the company's office. No. 4 Bowling Green ; for steerage passage, at 111 Broad way, Trinity Build ing. CHARLES G, FRANCKLYN, Agent. TyillTE STAR LINE? NEW YORK, QUEENSTOWN it and Liverpool, Irom White star Dock, Pavonia ferry, Jersey City, every Saturday; from Liverpool every Thursday, the Cove of Cork the day tol lowing. The finest and fastest ships ntloat. Stceraue passage $3) currency. Drafts from ?1 upward. Ajiply at Company's office, 19 Broadway, or to O'DONOVAN KOSSA, 203 Broadway, op posite the city Hall, Now York, and 20 State street, oppo site Castle Harden. WHITE STAR LINE. New York. Cork and Liverpool. New and full powered steamships, llie largest In the world. OCEANIC, BALTIC, MAJESTIC. ADRIATIC, REPUBLIC. CELTIC, ATLANTIC, 0,0110 tons burden, 3,000 horse power each. Sailing from New York oil Saturdays, from Liverpool oil Thursday*, calling at Cork Harbor each way. ATLANTIC, June 15, 1 P. M. OCEANIC. June 22, at 4 :3d P. M. REPUBLIC. June it, 12:30 I'. M. ADRIATIC, Julv ?>, nt 4:3(1 Hi M. From the White Star Dock, l'avonia ferry, Jersey City. Paasenger accommodations lor ull classes unrivalled, combining safety, speed and comfort Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms in midship section, where least motion is felt. Surgeons and stewardesses accompany these steamers. Rates? Saloon, $80 In gold ; steerage, $80 in currency. Those wishing to send lor friend* from the Old Country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $33 cur rency. Passengers booked to or from all parts of America, Paris. Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac. Excursion tickets granted at lowest rates. Drafts from 11 upward. Kor information apply at tile company's office, 19 Broadway, New York. Bills of lading issued through to Continental porta. J. II. HPAHKf< Agent, ISMAY, IMRIB A CO., 10 Water street, Liverpool, aud No. 7 Ea?t India avenue, Lendenhall street, London. National line of steamships. WEEKLY TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, FORTNIGHTLY TO AND FROM LONDON DIRECT, To Quoenstowii and Liverpool. from pier* 44 ami 47 North River. CAN ADA, Webster, Saturday, June 15, at 11 A. M. HOLLAND, Bragg, Saturday, June 22, at 5 P. M. EGYPT, Grogan. Saturday. June 29, at 12 M. TO LONDON D1HKCT. THE QUEEN. Thomas Wednesday, June 10. 2 JO P. M. HELVETIA, Griggs, Wednesday, Jul)' \ at 3 P. U. Cabin passage $65 and $75, currency. Steerage $2S, currency. Prepaid Steerage T.ckets f rom Liverpool, tjueenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow or London, $32, currency. For further information apply at the Company's ?dice, 00 Broadway. F. W. J. HIRST, Manager. REDCCTION IN PASSAGE RATES. ? ANCHOR LINB ?^naer? sail from New York every Wednesday and Saturday. Passenger* booked and lorwarded to an i from all rail way stations in f>?;at Britain, Ireland, Germany, Norway, Sweden or Deninaitt ?ad America as safely, speedily, comfortably and cheaply c? any other route or Hue. THE NEW DEPARTURES. KXFRCSS DTKINE**. EUROPA Sat, June 15 ANHLIA Sat., June 22 INDIA Sat, June 211 CALIFORNIA. . Sat., July fl AUSTRALIA tilt., July 13 KITH* STFAHKRS. ASSYRIA Wed., Jnne 12 OLYMPIA . .Wed . June 19 ALEXANDRIA. Wed. Jnne26 IOWA We,1., July 3 T Rl N AC R I A . Wed . , J u ly 10 BRITANNIA Wed , July 17 COLUMBIA. Sot.. July 20 I At noon, from pier ?0 North Kivrr. New York. Currency rstcxot passage to London, Liverpool, Glasgow or Dorry; by We Inesdav's steamer*, $'!0; by Saturday'* steamers, t'iSand $75; excursion tickwts. $K0; Intermediate, $33: steerages, $28. Certificate* at lowest rates can be bought here for those wishing to s-end for their friend*. Apply at tBe Company's olllces, lo HENDERSON BROTHERS. No. 7 Bow I i lift Green. BALTIC LLOYD, FOR HULL DIRECT.? THB NEW A1 steamship BLADWORTU, Captain Thomas E. Gaggs, will sail tor the atiove port on Tuesday, Juuc II, at noon, from pier 13, N. R. Passage, only tlrst cabin, $80, gold. For passage only, hat ing superior accommodations, apply to IMEI.SBERO, Agents, 40 Broadway, New York. rpilE HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S J. Iron inail steamship 110L8ATIA, Captain A. Barends, will sail o.i Thursday, Jnne 13, ll!72, at P. M., for Hamburg, taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg and Hamburg. First cabin, $120. Second cabin, $72. Steerage, $3i), l avub'e in United siiifes gold. KUNHARDT A CO., C. II. RICHARD A BOAS, General Agents, General Pnsseiige r Agents. 61 llroad street, N. Y. 61 Broadway, N. Y. Til E GERM ANIA will sail, M an extra steamer, June 13, 1*72. "VJORTH GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, IN FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. The steamship WP.SKH, Captain W. VViiligerod. will sail on Saturday, June l.v at 2 P, M., from Bremen pier, foot of Third street, lloboken, to be followed by steamship NEW YORK, Captain F. Ktiigkl-t, its Tuesday, .lime IH. RATES OF PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND BREMEN, T a vab'.e in gold or lis equivalent in currency. First cabin $120 Second enbln 72 Steerage 30 y >i freight or passage apply to OliLRICHS A CO., Acents, No. 2 Bowling Green. UNITED STATES MAIL LIN E.-STF. AM TO yl'KKNS Umn and Llveroool, Sailing every Wednesday. WYOMING. Whineray .June 12, at 10 A. M MINNESOTA, Morgan June 19, at 3 P. M. From Pier 4fl North Biver. Cabin passage, $8?, gold ; steerage, $3?, currency. Prejiald tickets, $33, currency. Passengers hooked to and from Pari", Hamburg. Nor way and Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, Vran.'c and Oermany at lowest rate^. Apply td wii.i iams a oPion, 29 BroftdwAy. "J 7 MTED STATES PASSPORT AHENCY.-A. T. V; '.iic cf )'"V?orl Bureau, Department of Slate, Washington, l> ?!.. Agent, W4 Bruodway. UNITED STATES PASSPORT 111' REAU.-OFFICI AL Passports o' the Department of State Issued by A. C. WILLMAHTH, I'niteJ Slates Court llou.-^, 41 Chambers street. XT NITED STATES lit I V ERNMF.NT PASSPORTS OK J lalncil from Wa.liiie/'on Iti 36 hours. F.I. KING, Notary, Ac.. 3?tl Broadway, corner Franklin street. t'OAHTW INK HTEAMNIIIPS. rACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE TO CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA, VIA PANAMA. CARRYING MAILS, PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT TO KINGSTON, JAMAICA; SANTA MARTHA AND GREY TOWN, AND PACIFIC COAST OF MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERICA, PERU, AND CHILE. Steamers leave 15th ati<: :klth each month, except when tlio?r dates fall on Sunday, then the day previous. June U? Steamer HENRY Cll AtJNCEY, Cspluin A. G. Gray, will leave pier 42 North River, at 12 o'clock noon, lor Asi.inwall, via Kingston, Jam., connecting at Panama with steamer ARIZONA, Captain , touching at Aca pulco, Mnnr.anlllo and Macallan, and also connecting for all Central American and South Pacific ports. Freight tor ln?t named ports received until 4 P. M. of Jiiae 11 An extra steamer will leave San Francisco June 15, l?7i. for Japan and china. For rates of passage, freight and all inrfher Intortnation apply at company * ''oV'r on the pier, loot of Canal street !? jt BAllN.AgcnL 17M)R NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. The Cromwell ainshlp Line. The ateamahlp GEO. WASHINGTON, R; v flayer, will leave pier No 9, North Rl\er, on Saturday, June 15, at 3 o'clock P. M. Freight received dally. ibroiigh rates given to Galveston, '"dianola, Mobile ami St. Loul". 4^ot>t n pa sage, $50; steerage, $.5. For freight J, A CO., 86 We.t street. fj^OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT J MERCHANTS' slEAMSHIP LINE from pier No. 5 North RWer, Ml o clock P. M. irom P'?rw^HTKKN METROPOLIS, on saiurdey, June 16 Freight received daily. Through rates given for St Lonls vlcksburg. Mobile, Galveston and India nola For freight of piw?n*K<*, having Mperlor accommoda tions apply to VRFliERlC BAK^R, HQ Broadway. JCOAOTWIIB steamships. T\IREOT LINE TO HAVANA. " M? ? P*?Oa*80 AND VERA CBUB. T"r* Mexican Mall Sbiaiiiihip Use, toaviM r-irv h K ^wVir r i" J i *ii p- M ? direct to Havan i. ri HOP a rn a ..kh (,Hh,'.r.woo<l Tuesday, JaM II CITY?OKMEhl luV&SXi;"* ?",y) *TiSbZvJ 5&1! ?? *U?Allfl?i t 80N8,? Broad way. f NITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA I v;,7. ;? ,VJ HAVANA. Balling repnlarlvewryTliorfc^'a^s'o^clISck. P M pr? MOBItO I'A TLE, Captain T. II. Morion Juneffl . :BEW;KNT < ITV*. Cn,.?. J. B. H?k?, (via Masiu^ji For freight or parage nnplv to ' m A. tT. 1)1 MOCK, PrcHl<t??nt, , . ivnuiiMIU Wo* * ???wUiik <>rc?o. Texas link ok ualveston btbamkm? 1 tough. ing at Key West, currying iho United K(utcn mul The A1 steamship O. w. ? I.YDE, Cole , at nler 20 lint River, will leave on Saturday, June IA riir.iugh IhIIm <>t lading Riven to Houston ami to all point* on the Galveston, Houston and Henderson anil B. B. H. and 0. tiailroiul For freight orpi^aee apply to c. u. mallo&y a CO., IBS Mft'dcn lane, or W. I*. CLYDE A CO., Ilfl Wall treat. UOR NORFOLK, CfTY POINT AND RICHMOND.? r The Old Dominion Steamship Company wlU despatch, (roin pier 37 Norlli Rivi r, their clc.-aut side wheel steam snlp wYANOKE, Conrli, commander, for Norlolk, Oltjr Point and, Richmond, '1'ucsJav, Juiiu 11, At 3 P. M., giving through bill* of tailing to all points Bout'i and South went Through i asscngcr ticket* Issued to uil points. Accommo dations unequalled. Apply at pier 57, or at the general olnce, 187 <?i oi'ttwlcli street, corner of Dey street. ^TALANTAS AND LONDONERS. LOOK OUT FOR TITE EXTRA TELEGRAM ON MONDAY. FULL PARTICULARS OF THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL ? BOAT RACE. Til ,V VK bl. KR8' GUIDE. A LBANY AND TROY BY DAY LINE BOATS cTviSl i V BARD ami DANIEL DREW, commencing May 27.? Leave Vestry street pier at 8':30 A. M. anil Thirty fourth street at 8 : lit, landing at Yonkers, Tarrytown ana Nyack (by ferryboat), Poughkeepsie, Rlunebeck, Tlvoli, Cawklll and Hudson. Trip tickets to Cuzsena', West Point, Cornwall and New bury, reluming tame day, CI. Connecting tor ail points West and North. OLD ESTABLISHED ALBANY AND TROY LINK OF Steamers, landing at Catsklll, from pier 41 North Rlvor, foot ol Spring street, dally, Saturdays excepted. Fare, SO cents ; halt' staterooms, 75 cents. Fare to Ciitaktll, 10 cents. Steamers VANDKRBILT utul CONNECTICUT, conuei ting wiili railroads to all stations West and North, will leave a* above at 6 P. M. Freight at reduced rates. / 1 ITI/.ENS' EVENING LINE 8TBAMER3 FOR AL v i liany and Trov : fare r>0 cents. Steamers SUNNY SIDE and THOMAS POWELL leave pier 36 North Biver, foot North Moore street, dully, Saturdays excepted, at is I*. M., makinc sure connections with all trains going' North, East and West. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all points on Renssclar and Saratoga and Troy and Boston Railroads. EXCVK8IONS. A ?A.? FOR FOKT LEE, PLEASANT VALLEY AND J\ , Shady Hide. Steamboat PLEASANT VALLEY, from Spring street at 10,'.' and V* p. M, landing at Thlrty lourth street both ways. Last trip from Fort Lee on Sun days at 5% P. M. A VARIETY BARGES, STEAMBOATS, IONA ISLAND anil other (.roves to charter for excursions. BLOOMER ,t CO., 243 Front street. Announcement. -the SPLENDID SALOON steamer GENERAL SEDGWICK will make an ex curst on to the Fishing Banks on Sunday, June 9. leaving Eighth street. East River, 7 A. M. ; Peek slip, 7 :30; Chris topher street, 8 JO; pier 4, 9 o'clock. Music, bait, liuea and refreshment* 011 beard. Oentlcmen $1 , ladles fiOc. Captain CHARLES FOSTER, Pilot N. B.-The seagoing steamer NEW CHAMPION will be announced in a tew days. JOHN W. EARL, Captain. A SUNDAY EXCURSION. -TAKE STEAM KRS MOR HISANIA and HARLEM lor Astoria. Harlem, High Bridge and all the popular places of resort at Morrlsanla. Leave Fulton Market slip on and after Sunday, June 9, 1ST-, at 10 and 11 A. M.. 1, 2, 3 :#), t :30, 8, 6 and 7 P. M., land irtg at Eighth street. East River, and ll'Jtli street, each way. Go and see the great tunnel under Hell Gate. These are the only boats landing at Astoria within three min utes' walk of this gigantic excavation under the bottom of the East River. Ihe greatest attraction in the world. Fare, 13 cents. ] EXCURSIONISTS UP THE HUDSON WILL FIND THIS M J groves at Iona Islaud the most attractive anil always in perfect order. Messrs. J. A E. Myers, corner of Morton and West streets. New York, are our only agents tor let ting our groves. IIASBROUCK A BU8HNELL, Proprie tors, Iona Island, N. Y. t FIFTEENTH ANNUAL PICNIC OF THE NEW YORK ' Caledonian Club w, II be lu ld at Dudley's Grove (on the Hudson), Friday, June 14, 1872. The commodious anil elegant sie.unboat sleepy Hollow and barge Walter Sands are engaged for the occasion. Music by Robertson's Band and I'ipcrft. The steamboat will leave Soutli Sixth street, Williamsburg, at 7:.'I0 A. M. : Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, s o'clock; Christopher street. North Itiver, 0; Thirty-fourth street, 9 :30, and returning will make, the same landings, dent's Ticket $1 ; lady's, !> v. ; children, over 12 years, 28c. FOR CHARTER? MONDAYS,, WEDNESDAYS AND Fridays ol each week during reason the splendid side wheel steamboat ELIZA HANCOCK. For particulars apply to NVM. H. HAZARD, Jr., 173 Groenwioh street. TilOR EXCURSIONS ? SALOON STEAMER WYOMING, F Barges ^arali Smith. Caledonia, Anna, and Kepublle, Excelsior Park, Eagleswood, Oriental Grove and Wewa pex Grove. 383 West street, near Christopher. H. B. CROSSETT. ONLY REGULAR' liOVf" FOlt FISHING BANKS.? The stanch and <v?;:?modlotn sea-~olng steamer HUGUENOT, Captain E. It. Ferguson, having been fitted up exprcs'ly for the Batiks, wilt run regular dally trips, Saturdays excepted, leaving North K.'ghlh street, WU liainsbnrg, 7 A. M. ; Eighth street, East "Uiver, 7V* ; Peck slip, 7V; Christopher street, North lttver, S.^: pier No. 4 North River, 9 o'clock. Bait, and Ashing t.ickli? finished onboard. Refreshments and lunch counter on bi>>rd. A fine Cotillion Band will accompany the boat. Farci-* Gentlemen $1 : ladies .ri0 cents . "IJEUULAR SUNDAV MORNING BOAT FOR NEW It' burg, landing at Yonkers, Iona island, West Point and Cold Spring.? The favorite steamboat SLEEPY HOL LOW, Captain James Sherman, leaves Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, at 8 o'clock; Christopher street, North River, 8 :3tl ; Thirty-fourth street, North River, 9, every Sunday morning. Fare tor the excursion, tl Regular sunday morning boat for keyport, Ell/.abelhport, Union Landing, Rossville and Perth Ainhoy. Tile favorite steamboat NORWALK, Captain Wm. Hitchcock, laaves Barclay street, at 9 A. M. OCKAWAY BEACH.? STEAMER NELLY WHITE Rc will commence her regular Sunday trips June 10. For time and landings see advertisement next week. SUNDAY BOAT FOR NEWARK. Ou and after SUNDAY, April 14, the steamboat THOMAS l?. WAY will make her regular trips. Leave foot of Market street, Newark, at 8 A.M. and 3 P. M. Leave foot of Barclay street, New York, at 10 JO A. M. and 4 :30 P. M. Stopping at Bergen Point each way. OUNDAY BOATS FOR HARLEM, k? Landing at Eleventh street, each way. The new and splendid steamers SYLVAN DELL, GLEN and GROW; will. 011 ami alter Sunday, May 5, 1872, leavs Peck slip for Harlem hourly and half-hourly, from 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. Last boat leaves Peck slip at 7 1*. M. for Harlem. N. B - This is the only line that connects with boats for Jlii-'h Bridge and Kings Bridge, D 0 J. F. I VLLMAN, Superintendent ' CUNDAY BOAT FOR GLEN COVE-LAN DINO AT 10 College Point, White stone, Great Neck, C4iy island, Sands' Point, Glenwood an I Iloslyti. Steamer sEAWAN HAKA leaves pier 24, East River (Peek slip), Sunday, June 9, at 9 A. M. ; Thirty-third street, East River, *t9:lo A. M. ; returning io New York about tl P. M. SUNDAY EXCURSION TO HIGH BRIDGE.? STEAMER JOHN BIRKBECK will rim between Harlem and High Bridge, passing under the Bridge each way, on Sunday. June 9, 1K72, connecting with steamers MorrWania and Harlem from Fulton Market slip every trip during tho dnv, landing at Ivvle's Park, High Bridge. N.B.? this is the only regular through line on Sundays. C. 11. LONuSTREET. Superintendent. ^TEAJJER OSlf. SEDGWICK LBAVBS NEW YORK O York for Coney island every day, from June 11, M follows Christopher street, 8:1# A. M. ? pier 4, N. R. , 9 :S0 A. M. Christopher street, 12 n<ion ; pier 4, N. R . 12 JS P. M, Christopher street, .1 P. M. ; pier 4. N. R., 3 .15 P, M. Extra trip from pier 4, N. R.'. ft P. M. leaves ( oney Island for New York, 10 JO A. M . 1 JO P. M. (extra trip, i P. M.), and 7 P. M. ' " N. H^-Tlie extra trips will commence on and after June 29 THE NEW AND ELEGANT STEAM YACHT GOV ERNOR'S ISLAND leaves Custom House picr> daily (Sundays included), every even hour, for Governor's Island ; returning to New York at half hours. Band prac tice every afternoon, followed by drets parade. last trip of yaelit Immediately after parade. TO CHARTBR-FOR SUNDAY SCHOOLS AND PRI vate parties, steamers FORT LKK GLENWOOD GROVR and SHADY SIDE. Apply to CRARY II ALLEN*. BECK, 2?i Soutll street. rpilE ANNUAL PICNIC AND SUMMER MOUT H FER. X tival of the Ladles' Association of St Mark's tlerinan Lutheran church, o( sixth street, was, on account of tha Inclemency of the weather, postponed until Friday, August 9. All tickets sold will lie good for Hut day. MINCECM.ANUOt'M. ANY PERSON HAVING OLD, LA ID- A WAY STOCK of any kind, nut ol la?hloi!. and therefore unsalable, wtllliesrota purchaser by addressing CASH, box isi Herald Uptown Branch nfflce, l,2ttf Broadway. None need address hut those stating the kind ol article and the prica ol it, which must be positively very low. OLOTE A JANES, Cj Stationers, Printers and Blank Book Manufacturers, 9S Fulton s: reel. Ill mk lluuks .nude to pattern rpilK IIOI'snioMl MICROSCOPE- MAONIFYINfl 1 IVotn 400 to 10,001 times the area, gftjo necessity for every intelligent laiillly. S<>nd for Price LM. Me A 1. LISTKII, optician, 49 Nassau street CMITII1NG. IT ROSENTHAL'S. 213 THIRD AVENUE, NEAR J\ Nineteenth street (late M Third avenue), ladles and gentlemen can obtain the hiuhest value tor cast o tl Clothliig and Carpct.s by Imiuirlng or addressing. Ladle* attended 10 by Mrs. II. Rosenthal. AT 297 THIRD AVENUE, NEAR TWENTY THIRD street, M. LEON pays the highest price for ladies' and gentlemen's Cast off Clothing, Carpets, Ac. Ladles waited ou by Mrs. Leon. ""pMWTiffrnv. T" BETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, 15 VBARS; " lienumbing applications; beautilul 91; set 910; Plumpers for hollow cheeks and thin lips; sots repairs*. J. JAY VILLHRS. IM Grand street, near Broad way