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MLBI IT AtCTIOK. ^
D. ME LUCK. JR.. A BRO., AUCTIONEER*.
Elizabeth, M. J.
Choice building Lota ? .
In the Eighth Ward
at a action.
By A. & MELLICK. JR.. A BRO.,
Aaetioaeers and Deatorsln Hew Jersey Baal Estate.
No. < Pine street. Mew York.
A portion ol the Cherry Lawn Property will be peremp
torily ??|d|1<y,RfrDAY Ju|le 5 ign, at 12 * p. m..
an the premise* adjoining tho bouth atreet station, forty
lUiiautai from New York.
123 train* dally.
Street* graded and paved. Surrounded by im
provement*. Special train will leave New York at 11 :30
A. M b,v the New Jersey Railroad and Transportation
4 Company, from the loot ol Cortlandt aud Desbroaaes
street*.
For maps and free railroad paws, apply to j
A. D. MELLICK, JK. A BRO.,
No. 6 Pine street, New York.
A LLEN B. MINER. AUCTIONEER.
il Salesrooms lift Chambers and 77 Reade street
Late Henry II. Leeds A Miner.
Established in 1IH7.
Worse Auction Mart, 3 r7. ^S9 and 341 Fourth avenue, cor
ner oi 1 wenty-llfth street.
By ALLEN B. MINER A BRO.,
THURSDAY, JUNE ft,
at 11 o'clock, at their salesrooms,
aft Chambers ami 77 Reade street.
PRIVATE LIB it A K Y OK STANDARD AND MISCELLA
NEOUS WORKS.
comprising Historical, Poetical. Dramatic, Standard
Novels and Literary Works, hue illustrated publications,
antique volumes, Ac. ; iilsu 7 volume* Schoolcraft's "In
llau Tribes ol the t inted States," handsomely illustrated.
Ac., Ac.
THURSDAY, JUNE 5,
?tlO'i o'clock, ut No. 48 fourth street,
near Wooster street,
GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD PURN1TURB, consisting of
Brussels and Initralu Carpets, black walnut Suit in erlui
?ion reps, carved black walnut and mahogany Bedsteads,
black walnut aim mahogany marble top Dressing Bu
reaus and Washstaiids, llair Mattresses, Keather Bed*,
Bolsters and Pillows; inahoganv Tete-a-T.-te, in hair
cloth ; China, Crockery and Ulassware, Cutlery, Ac., Ac.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7,
at 10k o'clock, at their salesrooms,
95 Chambers and 77 Reade street,
GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE-MIRRORS,
CARPETS, AC. DETAILS IN TiMB.
A LB g RT ~ B. "WAi.DRONT~AUCTIONEER.
JY By D. W. IVES.
Salesrooms 108 Liberty, 111 Cedar and 38 Church street
Second,hand and new
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Ac.,
THIS DAY, J tTNE ?,
at 11 o'clock,
ns above, a large and general assortment of medium
...qprloed Furniture, Ac., including
Parlor and Library Suits,
Mattresses, spring bottoms, Ac.;
Nutlets, Wardrobes, Hall Stand,
Extension and Centre Tables,
Dining and Bedroom Chairs,
Plated Ware, Cutlery. Ac.;
Lounges and Easy Chairs,
Chromos, Engravings, Paintings, Ac.;
Bedsteads. Bureaus, Wabhstands,
Blankets, Comforters, Spreads,
Velvet Brussels and Ingrain Carpets.
Oilcloths and Crumbcloths,
Hardware, Cutlery, Tools,
Fine Chamber Furniture,
Staple and Fancv Dry Goods.
Catalogues at sale. Ladies invited.
Ar
REMARKABLE
PRIVATE LIBRARY
to be sold by aaction.
TniS (WEDNESDAY)
and Thursday evenings, at the Clinton llall salerooms,
one of the choicest collections of books offered for sale bv
auction thlsseason, einbiacing the best editions and in
auperb condition. Now on exhibition.
ART SALE.
Now on exhibiHon, free, at the Lenvltt Art Rooms, 817
Broadway, a line collection of Painting , Water Colors,
Kugravlngs. Ac., to be sold by auction (to pay advances
and close consignments), Friday evening, June 6, at 8
o'clock, at the Clinton Hall salerooms.
The Messrs. LE AVITT, Auctioneers.
A RCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER!
J\. Office and Salesroom 37 Nassau street,
(opposite the Pout otilce.
Horse Auction Branch 19 to 25 hast Thirteenth street
Carriage Repository No. 8 Cortlandt street
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
ARCH. JOHN8TON will sell this day, at 10)? o'clock, at
rthe salesrooms 37 Nassau street and 68 Llbertv street, an
-assortment of Household Furniture, Carpets," Rctrigera
tors. Billiard Table, Ac.
Also, nt 12 o'clock,
fine Plants. Hoses, Standard Roses,
Bedding Plants, Ac.
A
RCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER.
Office and Salesroom, 37 Nassau street,
opposite the Post office.
Horse Auction Branch, IS to 25 East Thirteenth street
Carriage Repository, No. 8 Cortlandt street
A1
PAINTINGS.
ARCH. JOnNSTON will sell on Thursdav, at 12 o'clock,
at the Salesroom 37 Nassau street a consignment of 150
Paintings direct from Berlin, comprising landscapes,
dtrore pieces, interiors, flower pieces. Ac.
On exhibition Tuesday and Wednesday.
A t- BLEECKER, SON A COT AUCTIONEERS,
? Trustees' sale of Stocks and Rond*.
belonging to estate of John J. Palmer, deceased.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4.
Jit 18 M., at Exchange Salesroom.
M -hares New York Life Insurance and Trust Company.
22 shares United states Trust Company of New York.
t'i2 shares New York Gas Company Stock.
$6,500 Indianapolis and Madison Railroad First Mort
gage Bonds; $6,400 Funded Debt city of Mobile, eight (8)
per cent Bonds; 400 shares Merchants' National Bank
Stock; $35,998 19 Spanish Indemnity Certificates, interest
paid Messrs. Riges A Co., at the rate ot $470 37-100 an
nually on each $10,001).
Particulars at 77 Cedar street.
j^DRIAN H. MULLER, AUCTIONEER.
Supreme Court sale
> in foreclosure, Myer 8. Isaacs referee, of House and Lot
"122 West Twenty-sixth street on Thursday, June 5.1873,
at 12o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway.
ADRIA.fl H. MULLER, P. R. WILKIN'S A CO.,
Auctioneers.
CALDWELL, AUCTIONEER
. Salesroom 79 Nassau street
Handsome Household Furniture, Wednesday, June 4, at
10W o'clock, consisting of elegant Parlor, Chamber and
Dining Room Furniture ot every description, including
tiarpnts, Mirrors, Beds and Bedding, rosewood Pianoiorte,
Parlor Organ, Ac., Ac.; extraordinary chance lor house
keepers.
Auction sale of brewery.?for sale at
public auction on Thursday, June 6, 1873, at 12 M.,
tlie contents of the Brewery situate in Fifty-eighth street,
between Third and Lexington avenues, In the city of
New York. By virtue of several enattel mortgages, I
?shall expose at public sale the whole inventory of above
Brewery, consisting of Horses, Wagons, Harness, Steam
Engine, Tubs, Cusks, Barrels, Jtc.
JACQUES SCI1MITTS, Attorney for Mortgagees.^
Auction sale of parlor, chamber and
Dining Furniture, Carpets. Ac., by cot.E A MUR
P11Y. 379 I'ulton street. Brooklyn, this day, at HCjo'clock.
Tt AUCTION.? ON THURSDAY EVENING, TUNE
J\. 5, will be sold at public auction, the Stock, Fixtures
and Lease of Store 1,3 >1 Broadway, consisting ol Con
fectionery. Fruit Nuts and Fnncv drocorie*. These
5;oods are all fresh and will be sold without reserve, un
ess previously disposed of nt private sale. Price low.
Auction notice.?large sale this day
(Wednesday), at private residence, 120 West 23d street
near 6th av.. commencing at 10k o'clock.
Orer $25,000 elegant Household Furniture, nainelv:?
Superb rosewood Pianoiorte, cost $900; Parlor and Bed
room Suits, Tables, Mirrors, Carpets, Bedsteads, Bureaus,
F.asy Chairs, Paintings, Bronzes, Beds, Pillows. Bedding,
Ac. Basement and Kitchen Kurniture. Ac. This Is the
largest sale of good Furniture this season. Sale positive,
In lota by catalogue. L. FITZGERALD, Auctioneer.
UCTION 8ALE.-POSITIVELY THIS DAY- (WED
nesday). the entire handsome and desirable Fuiui
ture of the elegant residence
210 West 2lst st, near 7th av.,
to be sold at auction, commencing 10 o'clock precisely, by
ROBERT C. CASHIN, viz:?Parlor and Library Suits, in
isatin and brocatel.two elegant Pianofortes; one four
rouud, cost $1,'.KB; two Bookcases, volumes choice Books,
Cabinets, gill Centre and Console I aides. Etageres, Turk
ish Chairs, Bronzes, tine Paintings, Mirrors, Curtains,
'/locks, Ac. Dining Furniture?Extension Table, Bullet
Chairs, Dinner anu Tea Sets, Glass. Silverware, Cutlery.
Solid black walnut and rosewood
Chamber Sots?Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstands, 37 fine
liair and spring Mattresses, Suits in rens, loilet Seta. 600
.yards Carpet 2c. N. B.?Those about furnishing city and
country residences would do well to attend this sale; 376
lots by catalogue. Take 7th or 8th av. cars.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY, A RARB OPPORTUNITY
to those furnishing citv or country residences.
The largest and richest Household Furniture sale
at tills season will take place
THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, June 4. at 10i< o'clock,
at the first class tour story brown stone mansion 104 East
Twenty-fifth street near Fourth avenue. 800 yards vel
vet, Brussels Carpets; seven magnificent latest stvles
Pompadour. Marie Antoinette and Grand Duchess Parlor
Kuita, covered with French satin, brocatel. cotelalne and
reps; all made to order for the present owner; Turkish
and Oriental style Furniture, Mirrors, Loungos, Etageres,
1'ler and Oval Mirrors, 80 flue oil Paintings, Vases, Statu
ary, Clocks, Bronaes, Bookcases, Pier and Centre Tables.
4:*titneu, bois de rose; rosewood square grand 7* octave
rxtent agraffe double round parlor Pianoiorte ; rosewood
and walnut Chamber 8ults, style ol Uiuls XIV,; elegant
carved French Inlaid Bedsteads. Bureaus, Washstands,
Commodes; 30 spring and hair Mattresses, Bedding, Bol
sters, Pillows, Blankets, French walnut Buffet two Ex
tension Tables, Chairs, walnut rep Suits, Mirrors, Cur
tains. Oilcloths, French China, Olass, SllverWare, Cat
lery; lu all over 600 lots by catalogue. E. ROTH, Auc
tioneer Responsible men lii attendance to cart pack or
?hlp goods for purchasers, city or country. N. B.?Take
f bird or Fourth avenue cars to Twenty-tilth street
Auction sale.
AUOUSTE MARTINE3 a CO., Auctloneccri.
Magnificent Hou-ehold Furniture,
Pianoiorte, Bronzes, Pnintlngs, Parlor .cult?.
Rare chance for housekeepers.
On THIS DAY (Wednesday), at the elegant mansion,
56 West .Uth st, near ftth av., commcnciug 10*4 o'clock.
Krawing Room Suits, Marie Antoinette and Grand
liuchci* styles, covered silk brocades, Etageres, Book
case, Cabinets, Encoignurcs, velvet Brussels Carpeuk
-Mirrors, Centre Tables, bronze Clock, Statuary, rosewood
"lor irrand Piano.orte, Stool, Cover, Caiuerbury. oil
aint'iius, rosewood, walnut Bureaus, Bedsteads, Wurd
roties. Mattresses. Bullet, Extension Tables, China. Ola.-s.
hllverware. To at.cnd this sale take 5tli ar. stupes or
Lth av. cars.
A RARE CHANCE FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
This day, at private resulenco 21 East 20th st,
corner Broadway, Henry SINN. Auctioneer, sells all
the elegant and costly Household Furniture contained In
IT'vaie residence ot I. Isaacs, Esq., commencing at ll>H
y clock, viz. : Rosewood l'lanotorte, e.egant Parlor Suits,
?? iTTi!' Carpets, Oil Paintings, Bronzes. I .ace
< urtaina; also Bedroom Suits, rosewood an<l walnut *in<
gl* and double Bedstead*, Bureaus, Wardrobes, spring
und hair Mattresses Lounges, rep suits, A.c ; also Dining
lt'ioin. Basement and Kitchen Furniture.
Br SIMON HERMAN, AUCTIONEER, THIS DAY.
Wednesday June 4, at loK o'clock, at 13 Bowery
the entire stock of Wines. Liquors, Cigars, Ac., from a
first diss dealer, removed lor conven ence of sale, and
comprises choice casks Brandies, Gin, Port and Sherry
W me*. Champagnes, Ac.; also about 80 barrels choice old
Bourbon and Rye, Scotch ani Irish Whiskey, Ciaara, Ac.,
and a vsrmtv or niber wines int L'<iunrs n>naTivTound
?ALBS AT AUCTION
BT LEOPOLD WI8B, AUCTIONEER
_ Executor'* sale of ?
Household ruattn*. French plate Mirror*.
Carpeto, Oilcloth*, Bedsteads and Budding.
Crocker/, Kitchen Utaiull*,
and ? variety ot other articles,
on WEDNESDAY. Joue 4,
*t 11 o'clock,
at MO We?t Thirty-filth street.
Y 8. W. DAfcCHY. AUCTIONEER
? DAUOHY A JOHNSON
B ,
?ell this day, it I o'clock, at 464 Caual street, a Urge as
sortment of Household Furniture?Parlor Suit*, In rose
wood and brocatel; black walnnt Sulla, In reps and hair
cloth; Velvet, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, Oilcloth*.
Cottage Sets,black walnut Bedstead*, marble top Tables,
Washstands, Bureaus, Beds, Bedding, bair and other Bat
tresses, leather Beds, Pillows, Dining, Ofllce and other
Chairs. Rockers, Sofas. Mirrors, Extension Tallies, Win
dow Curtains and Shades, Crockery and Glassware."
Spring Beds. Paintings, Engravings. Clocks, Mantel
Ornaments, Ac.; also a lot of Office Furniture, one tine
Sate, Desks, Saloon Tables, Hardware, Counters, Ac.
Also, on Friday, June 6, a general assortment of valu
able> Household Furniture, by order of administrators.
Particulars in time.
BY RICHARD J. GARRETTSON. AUCTIONEER. ?*?.
WINANS A GARRETTSON.
?jii ,, ?nd 628 Sixth avenue.
will sell Thursday, June 5, 1873, all the valuable Furniture
contained In the four story brown stone house IK ICast
rorty-lourth street, consisting of rosewood and black
walnut .suits, Mirrors, Carpets, Oilcloth, Beds, Mattresses,
I aiming*, Crockery. Glassware, Kltclien Utensils, Ac.,
Ac. Everything in tho house will be sold. Owner leave*
tte city. Salo at 10^. Catalogues morning of sale.
BY F. COLTON, AUCTIONEER,
Rich and Elegant Household Furniture,
on Thursday, June 6, at 10*, o'clock; at tile salesroom S3
hast Thirteenth street, near Broadway.
Extensive sale of 9 rich Parlor Suits in good order, cov
ered In satin, brocatel aud reps; 1 Turkish Parlor Suit:
A elegant black walnnt Chaniter Suits, with bast hair
Mattresses, spring Bed*. Bolsters aud Pillows: Freuch
Rlate Pier ana Mantel Mirrors, large Hldo Mirror, 4jilllar
xtensiou Tables, I superb carved Extension Table;
elegant Buffets, Chairs, Lounges, Wardrobes, Clocks,
Bronze*. Urge Candelabras and marble Pedestals, large
~ *" "1 Mirrors, lace
Carpets. At 1
let ot Engravings, OH Paintings, 40 small Mirrors, lace
Curtains, about 60 velvet and Brussels C '' "
o'clock 2 fine rosewood Pianos.
The carpet* w ill be sold about 2 o'clock.
J a WEINBBRQER, auctioneer?SPECIAL SALE
. of the Contents ol a l.ager Beer and Coffee Saloon,
on Thursday, June 5, at 10^ o'clock, at 16ft Bowery, com
prising Counters and Shulvlngs, Chandeliers and (ias
Fixtures, Rngraving*, Oil Paintings, Mirrors, about 75
Tables aud Chairs, 1 Bagatelle Table, Balls and Cues, 8
outside Lamps and a large assortment of Wines, Liquors,
Champagne* and Cigars. Immediately thereafter, regu
lar sA|e of General Merchandise, 3 rosewood Pianos and
Stools, 6 iron Sates, Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloth, Ac.. Ac.
Dealers Invited.
JACOB BOUART, AUCTIONEER.
.Tms DAY- Ju"e *.
at 11 o'clock, at the auction room, No. 1 North William
street, Household Furniture. tiO Brussels' three ply and
ingrain Caweu, Oilcloth, Bureaus, marble top Centre
Tables mahogany Card Tables, Secretary Bookcase.
Washstands, Crockery, 40 Looking Glasses, Engravings,
Paintings, Extension Dining Tables and Chairs, mahog
any Chairs, Rockors, Solas, Lounges, 75 new and second
hand Mattresses mahogany and cottage Bedsteads.
Kitchen Furniture, Piano, 3 Trunks, Clothing, Cutlery,
Ice Boxes, 1 Truck, 1 small Herring's Sale, Brussels and
ingrain Carpets at 12ft o'clock. Deposits required.
Lewis e. wood, auctioneer,
office No. 79 Montgomery street, Jersey City.
Assignee's sale In bankruptcy of the Daufortti Soap
Factory. All the Machinery, Fixtures and eleven years'
Lease of six Lots of Land on Grand street, above Varlck
street, Jersey City, will be sold, by order of the assignee.
.^ On WEDNESDAY. June 4, 1873,
at 11 o'clock A. M., on the promises.
The building is Frame, three stories, SOxlOG.
Rare chance.
Morris wilkins, auctioneer.
Sale in partition of 7 Lota on
_ _ _ 121st rt., between 3d and 4th avenues.
E. H. LUDLOW A CO. will sell st auction, on Wednes
day, June 4, 1873, at twelve o'clock, at the Exchange
Salesroom, 111 Broadway (Trinity Building), Now York,
East 121st street?7 Lots, north side, 277 tt. cast of Fourth
avenue; each 20x100.11 ft, tree from rock and even with
grade. 121st street is graded. curbed, guttered, flagged
and sewered, gas and water pipes laid. Sixty per cent
may remain on bond and mortgage. Maps at No. 3 Pine
street, New York.
VfORTGAGE SALE-BY HENRY STRAUS, AUCTION
1TJ. eer, office 375 Bowery, will sell, Friday, at 39 Beck
man street, one No. 2 Trip Campbell Press, two Gor
don medium Presses, Shafting. Hangings, Pulleys. Ac.,
belonging; stored for convenience at above place.
JONAS H. .GOODMAN, Attorney for assignee of uiort
gageea
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.-THIS DAY, JAMES AGAR,
Auctioneer, will sell, at 59 New Bowery, 500 lots
Men and Women's Clothing. Watches and Jewelry, By
order ol J. Barrett, 3.14 Canal street.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?SAM FOREST, aUCTION
eer, sella this day, at 17 Bowery, 5'JO lots silk and other
Oresses. Shawls, Remnants, Bedding. Shoes, waiters and
other desirableOoods. Order ol I runcis i'ely, Brooklyn.
TIIOS. GAFFNEY, AUCTIONEER, OFFICE NO. 6
Centre street, will positively sell this day, at 10V:
o'clock, the Lease, Stock mid Fixtures of tho Liquor
8tore northwest corner Elizabeth aud Houston streets,
with restaurant attached.
WILLIAM abbott, AUCTIONEKlt.
office 50 New Bowerv.
Administratrix'ssalc.-WILLlAM abbott will sell on
Thursday, June 5, at 10ft o'clock in the forenoon, the
Stock and Fixture* of the Liquor Store at 107 Prince
street, corner of Greene street?One 4 pull Ale Pump, one
large Counter, ono Cigar Case, large Iron Safe, hhds. of
stock Ale, Rye and Bourbon Whiskeys, Wines. Cigars.
Ac., with tine Stand, Casks, Barrels and other Fixtures.
ELIZA BOYLE. Administratrix.
1*7"1LL1AM abbott, AUCTIONEER, ?
?.J . Office, 50 New Bowerv.
By virtue of a chattel mortgage. I will sell on this day
fi o'clock. the Stock and Fixtures ol the liquor store,
16 Roosevelt street; Counters. Beer Pumps, Chairs.
Table*, Ac. WILLIAM ABBOTF, Jr.,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
WILLIAM abbott, AUCTIONEER-WILLIAM
abbott will sell on Thursday, June 12, at the
Merchants' Exchange, 111 Broadway, at 12 o'clock noon,
one lour story brick double Tenoment, 59 Sheriff street
full lot; as also the two story attic and basement brick
House and Lot 299 ITenry street. For maps ami particu
lars inquire at the office of the Auctioneer, So New
Bowery. THOS. IJ. HURLEY, Attorney.
No. 6 City Hall place.
HOUSKS, ROOMS, ?( ., WAMTEI).
In tikis City and Brooklyn.
XKTANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, THE
T T Lower Part of a House (ba-ement and parlor ffoori,
with an attic room for servant: location between Eighth
anil Twenty-fifth streets and Fourth snd Sixth avenues;
references exchanged. Address F. 1)., 717 Broadway.
WANTED-A FURNISHED HOUSE, BY A SMALL
family of four permits (adults), pleasantly located
between Eighth anil Thirtieth streets and Lexington and
Sixth avenue*. Address L. K., New York Stock Ex
change.
WANTED?IN BROOKLYN OR WITHIN AN HOUR'S
ride of city, a lurnished or unfurnished House lor
small family ; requisites, healthy situation aud moderate
rent- Address A. It., Herald ofllce.
WANTED-BETWEEN UNION SQUARE AND IRVING
place, a large Front and Hall Bedroom, lor a gen
tleman, wife and two children ? must be well lurnNhed
and not to exceed $15 per week; good references given
and required. 4Udres*K. E., box 3,516 Post office.
WANTED?A SMALL FURNISHED ROOM, BETWEEN
Twentieth and Fortieth streets, New York, bv an
American teacher. Address R W. MACLAKY, lOi Elliott
pi ice, Bromlyn.
WANTED? BY A LADY, WITH A CHILD OK SIX
years, a Room, furnished for light housekeeping,
in the Ninth or Fiuecnth wards; rent from *4 to $5
Address Mr*. S., box 188 Herald office.
In the Country.
WANTED?FOR THE SEASON, A LARGE COUNTRY
House, inllv furnished, within easy access ol the
city : possession wanted Immediately. Address A. D..
Herald Lptown Branch office.
Fl'KftlTUKK. ~~
A gentleman and wife, going abroad for
a few years, will dispose, at a sacrifice, of their
entire elegant Household Furniture ; also two beautiful
Pianofortes, celebrated city makers. Call at 210 West
Twenty-flrst street, near Seventh avenue.
AT PRIVATE HOUSE. 120 WEST twenty-third
street, satin Parlor Suit, cost $6110 for $'250; one
do., $150 plush; Salt, $60: Chamber Suits $40 upwards,
complete: Mattresses, Pillows Ac.: Pianoforte, Oil Paint
ing-, Bookcase, Table*, Chairs, Ac.; Buffet, Ac.; at half
original cost.
A MAGNIFICENT SATIN BROCATEL PARLOR SUIT,
nearly new, cost $473, for $200; one do. $175; brocatel
and rens Suits, $/5, $5o and $36; rosewood Chamber Suit,
cost $475, tor $l<5, walnut Chamber Suits, $25, up to $1*)
Paintings, Pianoforte, Bronzes. Mirrors, Curtain*. Carpets
50c. up; Buffet. Extension table, half original cost;
family leaving city, lot East Twenty.fifth street, between
Fourth and Lexington avenues. Cut this out.
A FIRST CLASS ASSORTMENT OF HOUSEHOLD
Furniture tor sale?Magnificent Drawing Room Suit,
Marie Antoinette and Grand Ductus* styles, covered silk
brocade, cost $8U0, for $:uu; do., $150, do., $43; superb
Chamber Suits, Paintings, Mirrors, carpets. Vases, Sil
verware, Statuary; superb rosewood Pianoforte, Stool,
Cover, property laniUy leaving city. 36 West 15th St.,
near 5th a v.
CARPETS,
Furniture,
Beds, Bedding, Ac.
Payments taken
by the week or month.
Terms easy.
KELLY A CO.,
corner of Twenty-flflh street an I Sixth avenue.
rjOOD SECOND HAND AND MISFIT CARPETS A
V wjiertnltv; all sizes, handsome styles. For sale
cneap at 112 Fulton street, corner of Dutch; entrance on
Dutch street.
CI"eat bargains?furniture, carpets, ac.?
? J'',,r',r|osiire sale, at Loan office,
_ ?" Broadway, opposite New Vork Hotel.
Parlor,.Library, Chamber snd Dining Furniture;
Brussels, Velvet anl Axmlnstcr carpets;
t*' "???' Broil*#*, Ornaments,
ralntlng. Engravings, Mattresses and Budding,
at halt original cost, nearly new.
Thole about furnishing call anil examine.
Money leaned on Piano*, Furniture, Ac., Ac.
bilhakum.
A1 7hIPh? A nElV0AN BEVEL TABLES AND
..innniv^il ?? i ?tforoblnatlou Cushions for
sale only bv the patentee, H: W. COLLKNDF.R successor
to I helan A Collender, 738 Broadway, New York.
Billiard table wanted?5x10. carom. <;ivk
mar>er s name, now lung in use and nncn Atliirnn*
BILLIARDS, Herald office. prit0, Aa"ru*
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
/MGAKS OF II WAN A TOBACCO IIOSA CONCH IS
V.' $80; Fl de Cub* Galaens, $60; Rspaiiolaa, tW- eoual
to Imported in apm-arance and quality.
T. J. Ra V>oit A Co., fto Maiden lane.
KINK AlCl'S.
STRANGERS VISITING THE CITY ARBOORDlALLY
O Invited to examine the wondurtul specimens ol Pic
ture and Print Re?lnrlng, bjr It. E. ttAltl. < ?i SUlhavo
A1
TTENTIOn.
NOW READY KOR OCCUPANCY.
NEW KIBEPROOK BUILDING.
PULTON, NASSAU AND ANN STREETS.
ELEGANT OFFICES TO RENT IN TUE ABJVE
FIREPROOP, WELL LOCATED BU1LD1NU, BEING IN
OLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE
CITY BALL, THE COl'RTS, TilU POST OmCE,
AC.. -AC.
OFFICES SCITABLE FOR LAWYERS, BROKERS,
BANKS, INSURANCK COMPANIES, AC, AC., CAN BB
HAD, SINGLY OR EN SUITE, OF ANY DESIRED
SIZE, FROM 10X12 FEBT TO 9GXCT FEET, AT $300
$400, $300 AND UPWALD TO $12,000, ACCORDING TO
SIZE AND LOCATION.
THE ABOVE BUILDINU IS
completely FIREPROOF,
READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
HEATED BY STEAM, AND HAS TWO FIRST CLASS
PASSENGER ELEVATORS AND ALL MODERN IM
provements.
RENT OF SMALL OFPICE8L
Size. Sd 8tor*. id Story. 4th Story. 5th Story.
19.10x23.6 $ZMJ $1,*U $},.*? $1,000
16x21.6 1,800 1,M0 1.200 HIM
14.6x23.6 1.800 l.&UO 1,800 *?
17x26.6 L(?0 I.5OT LjfiW 8t*J
10*18 000 400 S5Q SOT
lux 12.6 600 400 800 ,J?
19.6x30. S.UOT 2,500 2.000 1.500
19.6x3# 3,000 J.W0 3,000 1,500
10x12.6. 5OT 400 ?0 .300
19.10x23. 1.M0O 1.600 1,200 1,000
U.6&23, 1,500 1,250 LOOT 800
11.6x23. 1,800 1,250 1,000 800
17x23 1,500 1,250 1,000 HOT
10x18. 50J 4OT 350 SOT
INQUIRIES TO BR MADE OF
IJOMER MORGAN, NO. 2 PINE STREET.
A FURNISHED HOTEL TO LET-NEAR NEW YORK ;
possession Immediately. Apply to 8. C. bMiril,
owner, Frankfort House, 202 William street
A STORE TO LKAfcE?WITH APARTMENTS TO
live In. and fixtures for ?alc; KUltable for fancy
goods, dressmaking, confectionery, cigars, Ac.; rent only
$10. arrell, 913 Sixth aveuuc:_
/CORNER STORE.?RETAIL GROCERS, FRUIT. TEA.
V^/ cigar, fish, provision or shoe dealers will find It de
sirable ; n wly painted. Rent moderate. See the owner,
at 107 Barrow street.
ESK ROOM TO LET-AT A LOW rent. apply AT
68 Liberty street, room 12.
D
First class small storb?west side union
Kiuare, suitable for offices, millinery, boot maker or
any first class business; rent $l,6OTper year.
HOLMES BROTHERS, 46 and 18 East Twenty-third
st
[?OR rent-CIGAR STAND, OCEAN HOTEL. long
Branch. Apply inperson. ?
CHARLKs A WARREN LELAND, Managers.^
For rent-barbkr shop under baenum'S Ho
tel (formerly St. George's), corner Twentieth struct
and Broadway; the stand Is one of the best on Broadway
and feoffor* superior Inducements to a first class party.
Call at once on BAKfcUM A GKfclEN.
H
OTEL TO LET.?A PARTY RETIRING PROM THE
jg.M. business will let his Hotel, partly furnished, on easy
terms;60 rooms, dining room 30x40, large kitchen, meat
and wine cellar; location central. Address HOTEL, M.
D., Herald office.
Large and small rooms to let-with or
without Steam Power; no wood workers in building.
Apply on premise* to R. H. PLASS, 2J2 and -01 Last
Twenty-ninth street, near Third avenue. New York.
0
N BROADWAY.
First ana Third Floors to let or lease.
138 Broadway, liquor store.
OFFICES.?FINF. NEW OFFICES IN BUILDING 1.267
Broadway, between Thirty first and ' hirtv-second
streets; rent $250 to $300. Apply to W. 8. MtLDHl M,
1,269 Broadway.
Rent greatly reduced.-beautiful stoke,
corner Nintli avenue and Twenty-third street; also
another on Ninth avenue, 25x85, two show windows , rent
tf*) WALTER W. montague, Heal Estate Agent,
liahth avenue and Twenty-first street
Thornton m. rodman, real estate agent,
696 Brondway. offers for lease the Store and Apart
ments at 131 Waverle.v place; will not rent lor liquor,
tobacco or Sunday traffic ; rent $550 per annum. Also
First Floor, $300 per annum; will put in order.
Building 46 Thomas street, two stories and good cellar ;
$600 per annum.
TO LET?TWO STORES, W1T11 ROOMS, EACH IN
Twenty-seventh street, between Seventh and Eighth
avennes; cheap rents; water In apartments; suitable for
Grocer, baker, or lager beer saloon. LOU 18 A. dacuniia,
firs West Forty-filth streets
mo COAL DEALERS, l>MBERMEN\>riI.DERS.
1 To lease. Plot, 50x185, 263 West Twenty-fifth street,
with Coal Yard Fixtures; Immediate possession.
J. W. HAMESLKY. 256 Filth avenue^ 10 to 11 A. M._
T O LET?AN ELEGANT OFFICE, ON THIRTY
fourth street, one door east of Eighth avenue; has
been a real esi?te office for tour years.
TO LET-THE SECOND FLOOR OF THE NEW
building on Sixth avenue, about 60x50 leet, In the
rear of and connected with 1,265 to 1.260 Broad way, be
tween Thirty-first and Thirty-second streets; the whole
or any part will be fitted up to suit tenants. Apply to
W. S. MKLDRUM, 1,20* Broad way.
T
IO LET-THE LUNCH BAR AND CIGAR STAND
No. 13 Park row.
TO LET-A LARGE CORNER BASEMENT, WITH
Lease, for four years; immediate possession can be
had. Apply at southwest corner oi Forty-fitth street and
Sixth avenue.
TO LET-A SPLENDID SALOON, WITH RESTAU
rant and Billiards, known as ''Odd Fellows' Hall,"
corner Grand and Centre streets. Imjuire ofROYLLLY
MILLARD. Nck &9 Barclay atreet
r LET CHEAP-STORE ON EIGHTH AVENUE; A
good stand for tailor or milliner. rent $20; also nice
Cottage, rent $50. on Forty-third street
B. richardson, 692 Eighth avenue.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET.
Famished.
AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE. FURNI<?nF.D, BETWEEN
Klfih and Madison avenues?88.1x70; extension.
25x18; parlors only furnished; rent low. Apply at ?>
East Fiftieth street, Irotn U) to 1.
PRIVATE FAMILY GOING TO EL'ROPE WISH
to rent their newly tarnished House In Forty-third
street, between Sixth avenue and Broadway, lor the
Summer, to a small, respectable family; price $300 u
month. Address X. Y. Z., box 92 Post office.
T~~oTeT-A NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE. OR WILL
rent Part to a private lamilv; rent low to a desirable
party Apply at 120 West Forty-tilth street.
dbl Pill HER MONTH.?A furnished HOUSE TO
?LOU rent on West Nineteenth street; three story
high stoop; fully tarnished and desirable. JAMES K.
E,.>WARDS, 69 West Twenty-third street
ITnfarnlahed.
A SMALL HOUSE AND STORE TO LET-TWICE
A the amount of rent taken in work to a mason; Filth
ward. S. C. SMITn, Kranklort llou^e, 2IK William street
A LARGE AND ELEGANT HOUSE TO RENT-UN
turnlshed, on West 1'hlrty-fourih street ; extra size
brown stone English basement; all improvements, mir
rors and cornices and gas fixtures. JAMbs i?. HO
WARDS, 69 West Twenty-third street.
BROWN STONK MODERN AND HANDSOME ENG
llsh basement House to rent, utrlurnlslicd, on West
Twenty-second street, lor only $1,100. JAMES R. ED
WARDS, 69 West Twenty-third street
COTTAGE, ROOMS AND STORE TO LET-IN THE
Ninth ward ; Cottage, 10 rooms, $600; nice Store in
Hudson street $650; nice Second Floor, 5 rooms, $22 80;
First Floor and Basement, $^7 50. Apply at 603 Hudson
street
TO LET-A THREE STORY MODERN improved
House, with Extension, in good orcler, 15 ro?>ins, to
gether or separate; low rent 227 West Tenth street, near
Bleecker street
Fl HMSHKD ROOMS AND APARTMENTS
TO LET.
A -SEVERAL handsomely FURNISHED ROOMS,
. on suite or singly, to gentlemen, or lor hou?ekH< p
Ing; location first cass: terms moderate. 231 West
Forty third street, near Broadway.
COOL, furnished UPPER ROOM. gCBUPU
lousiy neat. iras, Ac., $3, also. soon, two'.thers in
airy, spacious, elegant residence No. 6 et Mark s piacL,
neiir Broadway No paper at door.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET ONE OR TWO
A tally tarnished Rooms, very respects hie locality, all
Improvements, to gentlemen. 6? West Ninth street liel
erences exchanged. .
7 plainlv Frnvi-'iiKi' pront room, with
A privi ege of parlor and kitchen for cooking. $5 per
week three blocks above Harlem bridge. Address J. !?.,
Mott Haven Post office. .
i T9I FIFTH A\ M i: ELEGANTLY FI'RNISIIED
J\. Rooms, efi unit or singly, without hoarj, at sum*
tner prices. The ts>use has been uewly fitted and lur
nlshed since May i. __
A SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED FLOOR OF SIX
Dome t > rent?N' w turnlture and newly painted, at
GOT Sixth avenue.
at :c6 east fourteenth street-private
family will let, tarnished, on second floor, Urge
back Room, privilege oi light nous-keeping, water. Ess
and closets, lor $o j cr week ; also other Rooms, turnislied
or untarnished. -
N elroantly furnished SUIT OF ROOMS,
together or ?epnrately; location good . house tlrst
class; all modern Improvements; small private '?"''O
117 East Twenty-sixth street, between frourtli and Lex
ington avenues.
MI0ELY FURNISHED OFFICE. $?); LODGING
$10 per month ; Rooms newly fitted u|>. with
large sitting room if absent days; retereuccs. <^7 Broad
way, room 10.
handsome FURNISH HD FRONT ROOM TO
let. Apply lor two days at 321 Last Thirty-seventh
street. I wo siulrs.^ _
A NEATLY furnished HALL BO*,M. Foil \ ?jKN
tlemiin, in a private lainily, lor $?( per week> lota
tii,it central and pb a*unt. 60 \\c?t i wclun str"
"I LARGE FRONT ROOM TO LET?FURNISHED FOR
A light housekeeping, at $5 50 per week: also ;"PI"'!
front Room lor light houseneeping, st $lpcrwttk. 301
West Thirty-first street
A PRIVATE FAMILY UAVE ONE OR TWO IIANI).
A. somely lurnlshed Roomi to let; terms nio-ieratt.
Apply atliWarrun place (Charles etreetK *
/1HEERFUI. FURNIsHBD BOOM TO LET-TO O^E
^ (jl iffitLslmeiSi 44 ft s?l .<Nisiuii?i?ik
FURNfMfKD ROOIffS AKU APAKTMKNTB
TO liET>
F1I^,nK-.lfh ^iHKD Khl)MT PARLOR ANI> BED
n^L ?n ,or or two Mnlleuieli; No. <3
Orcnaid. near Grand street, third floor.
"CIURNISIIKD ROOMR?WITH RVERY OONVKNIKNCK
r: J?0."eplB Jj flulet ?imI healthy neighborhood;
.. ''opk'ns ?troet, Brooklyn; take
A^'ly all week *r >n ferr? 10 Tompluu* avenue.
F0EK8JHLD. ROo"H TO LET-FOR HOIJSRKREP
BroSSiwajr Broome stroet, three blocks west
F???Ni8'rKU ROO M S FOR St'NTLF.MliN AT 17 EAST
J. Seventeenth gtroot, near Broadwiy.
PCf"llfl'K" ROOM AND RKOttOOM. RIJITAB LK
n.r? iJC j. ?1"> I'arlor Floor t? lot, wh, le or
private tamilv to gentlemen or mar
ried couple, with reference. 117 Henry street.
NT-Ki KNi-UKIl, A UOQID HTORY
nmvim^nt.. #Jf brown stone iron*; all modern im
Lventh wo.'.eralo. Call at 307 East Thirty
T^? T '*11? _A SMALL PLEARAWT
h-.n. lS25nO. V w'"1 "r w*thOllt use of Parlor; Kits,
pari Sll,H' *c' ; Convenient to all wait
Hiii. ear*. M. We i l-orty ninth stroot.
0Kr.LVKM,KN VKSIUIN" ^'I'KRIOR acoommoda
Rnm...in ?!?,??'erafe rates, ean find nicely furnished
Chanioil llTw !i? r1'* y ,*Pl bouse; retereiioo* ex
cnanged. 112 Went 1 wenty-tbird street
frltnUh,wlMwN I),;sJltlN? COOL, PLEASANT FUR.
in * t!rii ni?.. m i' 111 I'"'0' neighborhood. cau tlinl ditch
fc^g^com/Treot' "?U!,e "thummer ?? w??
HAE2S""^ r,'"l7,s"RI) ROOMS, WITHOUT
jr., r iirn U li I nff L," ' a til e tor light housxeeplng, to |iHr
At "? Sllth "venue, ..car
HAnelJhh?rh^?,,< T" LRT' CCTRNI8HKD-IN A NICK
ncUiiuorliiKxl verv ncttr U nMiilnLftini *nn>tri? t't
per weefc. Apply at 18 West Wa.lVintfton placo^ ^ 93 ,
T^ARJIRS. rAN BR ACCOMMODATED WITH FIRST
Mn"V* lii!'K,v or en ?i"lo; also an ele
l"oof. #** "Iv... bath, Ac. 14
west seventeenth street, near Tilth avenue.
SU(vH?<r?n,iRO(>,M .TO l-et-also single""rooms"
SiMKffirSZ.'S*' * DONOVAN'ri^rant. No.*
SEVERAL FINE APARTMENTS FOR IIOUSEKRKP
? *5lPar*'v fiurnlshod, large private house at lower
to'urth avenu<"eiUeUl W" ^ j"c.' KANE?#
T? JrET~ ^ r N ,K ^Tf URN ISirK DROOMHAN D PARLOR
?h aml ?0l!b,e< ,n 'h? WW brown stone
>sftS%8 snssjfsusr wss3 ?$$,
T?. i^BT_A..uLABOE bbdroom, finely fur
90 fJ1? J11*'. ,,f 'i,r Kentlomen. Inquire at
..? Kant Mnotoontli utreet, northt'tiMt cornor Fourtii av.
rpo LET-A FURNIRHRO ROOM FOR A OKNTLR^
Rtree't"*" ?n ''riUU W per weak- 100 West FortJ, flfth
rp? LET ?AT 224 WEST TWENTY SRCOND
in private lion go, two fine Rooms, lurnluhed,
wifo 1 ' 8'nKl? gentlemen or iientleman anu
mo LET?Ki.EOANTLY FlfRNISHEO, WITH F.VKK7
' .I* !,P"al'1? f"l honRekeeplng. iror.t and back Baiic
rtlT-P!* 1 J.1 "L"1 ,'."c'c ' arlorsand 01.0 Room on top floor;
flue neighborhood; modern Improvements; terms low.
!ul.re in ?rocury *'?re. 1U1 Oreenwlch Avenue.
TO LET-TWO RICHLY FURNISHED ROOMS, IN A
small nrlvate family, whose obiect 1* to keep a clean,
pioaaant ttou.se; references Apply at34S fourth n venue.
T? ^eJta ^(.)(>if AN1) BEDROOM. NICELY FITR.
?,*" th." ')rs, n?or-,n R "m?" French lamlly.
ii? West Thirty sixth street, near Broadway.
TWO LAROR. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS?
I artlcularlv c<?)l and airy: also -ingle Room ; very
lioa*nri'y hl'it '"'"taurunts; references ex
changed. .Ifl hast Twelfth street.
TO RENT UNTIL SEITRMBER 1-AT $75~a"MONTH,
a handsomely turnlshed cool and perfectly ap
pointed I'rench Hat; parlor, three bedrooms, (fining
room, kitchen, buthrooa. anil water closet. Applv at
';,'MrnL;r ?f. Lf*,1,"8,on avenue and Kiltie th
stieet. Ring flrst inside Ih>II,
Two Handsomely furnished flats to let?
Posaejslon Immediately; kitchen separate. Apjily on
me piein.ses, .,10 West lourteentll street.
T? r'.KJ_.a n,ckt v furnished FRONT DOOM
and Bedroom adiolnlng, on second floor of house lil
crate rwenty'nrst stre8t> Private tatuily. Terms mod
<fl?0 A WJ'HK - A FIIONT FURNISIIKD ROOM TO
BflUTE Hfty-tltlh street Inquire of Mrs.
19TU STRRET, BRTWKEN SRt'OND AND TMIRD
-* *J. avenuos, No. 221? A very handsome back Parlor,
ample closet room, separate wash closet, to a gontluman,
without hoard . alno one hiuuII Kooiiu
O/t west EIOHTEENTII STRKET HETWKKN K!HII
t,') , ?nd Sixth avenues.-An entire S?-cond Floor, hand
somely furnished, to a partv ot gentlemen, or will lie let
separately.
I 90 fAST TWENTY THIRD STRRRT, BETWEEN
1 I-rt'xln",on ?"<1 Ponrth avenues.?Handsomely
furnished Knoins to let, en suite or singly.
I'lr; east TWELFTH street-TO LET, A SMALL
X*fJ nleasdtit, furnished Floor, of front and back
room, with bow window, gas, bath, closets. Ac., suitable
for light housekeeping.
m SECOND AYENUR, ONR DOOR ABOVE
Twelfth street.?Handsomely furnished Rooms to
parties, without board.
90^1 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN
~y'*r Boventh ami Eighth a venues-Nicely fnrnislied
Room Tot gentlemen or gentleman and wife, with or
without Board ; terms moderate.
O < >V SI XT11 A V K S U~B.?NEWLY ANT) HAND:
.. ^l>n,ci.v ft'rnlshed Rooms, singly or en suite; prl
vute family; fiin'st block on sixth avenue; references.
99,1 fAST TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET, THIRD
x: floor.?A nicely furnished front Room to let for
gentleman; $3 50 per week; also a Hall Room; r< leren. o
090 WEST FOURTH STREET, NEAR EIOHTH
!,tuU. ewenue.-Furnished Ro?ims to let. suitable for
light housekeeping, with gas and bath. Inuulre lor
three days. *
WEST FORTY-8ECOND STREET.?FURNISHED
"WU Room to let; aUo large Back Parlor; term*
moderate.
lA'Fl'HMSIIKD KOOM.s ANU APAUT
MKSTS TO LET.
Aflat or suit of five or six rooms to let,
unfurnished, in the European house 7" West
Forty eik'litli street, corner of .-ixtli avenue ; rent SIM
First floor to let-six rooms, to a ooon
tenant, #*) per month, at the corner of Thirty-sixth
street nnd Eighth avenue. Inauire in clothing store.
T".UKr--Al'ARTMKNTS (IF ? ROOMS IN NEW HOUSES
i77. 229, and 2.11 West Twenty-seventh stri ct; water
1 in apartments; uo dark rooms. Apply to housekeeper
1 on 1ihe premises. LOUIS A. DaCUNflA, 172 West Forty!
1 flflb street
TO A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS?SECOND FLOOR
! wal< r. gas. 2i3 West Fourth^street
TO LET-PART OF HOUSE 3?l WEST FIFTEENTH
strnet, consisting of basements, parlor floor and a
portion of the rooms np stairs. House lias Jnst-lieen put
in complete order and painted throughout Possesion
Immediately. Apply at fti Ureeuwieli street
TO LET?'THE SECOND FLOOR OK HOUSE 11'J WEST
Nineteenth street, constating of six rooms; gas and
croton water. rent $56 a month. Inquire next door, 117.
rno LET-A DESIRABLE THIRD FLOOR, UNFUrI
J " W"J?. .modern Improvements, In a private
house, 215 East Thirty llrst street.
TO LET?SECOND FLOOR, FOUR ROOMS, IN PRI
ate house 11 Cornelia street near Sixth avenue.
T?.LJ.EI-PARTJ),r A NEAT COTTACJE ON EKIHTY
thlrd street, Yorkville near Fourtii avontw; rent $15
per rnontii. JOHN OORMaN, corner of Third avenue
and Seventy-eighth street
rpo LET-ON EIGHTY-FIFTH STREET, NEAR LEX
1 ington avenue, two splendid French Flats, first and
jr?81i Sjfmh ?Cei?bt ro<in!*i1rent ?? to *26 per month.
JOLIN < ?< KM A N, cornor third av. and H*Ti?nty eljrtith ?<t
^ro LKT?PLOOBH OK FIVK Rooms, WITH MODEM
X lmDrovemo.ntg, in the newly flniHhed brown stone
houses on Second avenue, near Eighty sixth street; rents
lsoin $-0 to $12. Inquire at corner Ki^hty dizth street.
T0 RENT?FOR LI0IIT~ IIOUSKKEEPINO, A HACK
A I arlor, with two Rooms attached, having all con
veniences, hot and cold water, Ac.; is in an excellent
neighborhood; possession Immediately; rent with gas,
fSi per month. At WWest Ninth street
?j 99 east thirtkenth street, near fourth
'*-? ^ avenue.?A handsomely arranged Floor ol about
ID rooms; can be divided lor two 1 amines Apply In tliu
excirmionm.
LloR PHILADELPHIA VIA LONG BRANCH -FARE
-4; wteomers PLYMOUTH ROCK and
' NJ H le,va Pier 'JN North River at 9 at A. M.,
SOUTHERN Railr'oAll"" w'1" ,rul,w 01 NKW JER^
G W. HENTLEY, General Mana/er.
H \ It I.EM STEAMBOAT NOTICE.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
... . . CominwMtim Way U. IKPi.
Harlem boats leave Peck slip (pier 24 Fast River) tor
llarlom every halt hour, trom f?iX M. until 7 P. M , ex
cepting 11 A M., 12 JO and 2 P. M.. landing at Kieveuth,
higlHy fourth, Astoria, ll?th and ia6th streets. N. B.-Sco
time table where txiats land.
Jj_y. TALLMAN, Snperlntendent
OPEN FOR fiCNICS?THK DELAPLAJNE
Park, on the bay shore, Thlrty-nlntli street an(l
1 bird avenue, Rr<M>klyn; iarg? dancing platform; take
Hamilton ferry ; fare ft cents.
PBOLLOCK'S HOTEL. HIGH BRIDGE.?STEAMBOATS
cv#rJr hall hour, and connect wilh
the TIUi.R LILY at Harlem. I rains leave the Grand
( eutral depot at Forty.second street *1* limes dally.
KeTjFlar BOAT TO~T1IK FISHING banksT^on
and alter sunduy, .Im.u 1, tl.e large and commodi.
oih s'enmer MONt 1'OIt, Citptaln (TTias Foster, will niako
an Excursion to fhe Fishli* Banks dally, Saturdays ex
cepted, leaving Eighth street, F.art River, at7 A. M.; Peck
slln. East River. 7 iiW: Christopher street, North lliver,
h 15. and Pier No 4 North River at 9 A. M. Tickets ?l;
ladies fit) cents. Fine, staterooms for the accommodation
ol families, JOHN LYNCIL Manager. Music by Geo.
Schledel.
(STEAMBOATS PLEASANT VALLEY AND FORT LEK
to let, for excursions; Gleuwood and Wewapex
(.roves Applv to C. IIOL 1,EN1 IECK A Co.. 2? South st
rPIIE NEW JKRSKY SOI TIIERV RAILROAD t:oM
I pany call attention to their extraordinary facilities for
the accommodation ot Kxcumion Pfirtie* the cominK iea
ffffv *58" ^oirateatncrii I'hYMoCTli HOCK, CoN(*
BRANCH and .IESSL HOYT and tholr elegant new F.x
eurston House and twenty acres of adiotnlng land at l^>ng
Branch, they are prepared to make engagements with
churches schoola, societies, Ac., for large or small parttas,
at low rates Send for circular. G. W BENTLKY,
ur- 1 a General Managsr. 120 Rroadway, New York.
W?. J. Smrokn, superintendent, iamg Branch, N .1
mo cil VIITER?SIDE-WHEEL HTBAMBOATS for
A regal as, June 10 and 12, and Sundays during June.
}j^lt U^MAZahJj Jr., i. Uarrlsou at{^W
jnrROPRAN m^iwinwi.
()NLY DlXBCT LINK TO FRANCE.
TIIK OKMKRI& TRdkiSATLAHTIO COMPANY'S
UAH, STKAM(*I?U*U HWWKiifc NEW VOBK AND
HAVRE, CALLINU AT BKEHT.
The splendid vesselVon (lit* favorltn r?ito Iprtho Con
tineut will .null from pier Ka W North River, ?? lol
V1LLB ?U HAVRK, Humout.. Saturday, Jnne M
PEREIRE. Daure Batunlay. Juno 28
HT. LAURENT, Umurie 8?turd?y. Ju y M
V1LLE UK PARIS Saturday, Jul/ -0
PRIOR OF PASSAGE IN OOLD (Including wln?,
TO BREST OB HAVUK.
First Cabin, $125; Second t'aWt?.*75.
Excursion Tickets at reduced rales.
Those steamers Jo nut currv stoerage pusseHiirer*.
American travellers iteing to or returning trout (no
Continent of Europe, by taking this III", avoid b*tn
transit by English railway an.I the dlwomlort* of
crossing tlie Channel, besides saving time, tro?Me ana
eipHM.
GEORGE MACKENZIE, Ajjent. IW Bnjadway.
NOTB.?Railroad Tickets between Paris anu Vienna
at reducod rate*.
North obrman lloyd stkamshii- company.
For Southi.npton mid Bremen.
Tho steamAhlp KRONl'RINZ F.W Captain J. F.rdmann,
will sail on Weduesdav. Juno 4, at 2 1*. M., from Bremen
pier, foot Third street, lloliokeii, to be followed by steam
ship DEUTSCHLAND, Captain W. l?idc?igs, ou Satur
day, Juno 7.
Kates ot passage to London, Havre anil Rromcnr pay
able in gold, or >U equivalent in currency
First cabin ???)
second cabin 7-i
steerage . ?*>
For freight or A no? A,?nts<
No 2 HiiwI? inc Green.
TIJITB STAR LINE.
F(?l? OUBENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
CARRYING TUB UNITED STATKS MAIL.
New and lull-powered steamships.
sailing from Now York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on
Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor each war _ ?
CELTIC Saturday, June 7, at 2 P. M.
ocr a nic.: jun? u.?t7^A. m.
ADRIATIC -J""* I*'****; "?
BALTIC July 6, at 13 30 'P.M.
?From the White Star docs, Pavonla terry, Jersey I Ity.
Passenger accommodation* lor ull classes unrivalled,
combining salety, speed and comfort. .... _ .
Saloons, staterooms, smoking room nndbathroomn In
midahip section, where least motion la foil. burgeon*
ami stewardess accompany the steamer.
Rates?Saloon, flint, gold ; steerage. $30In cnrrency.
Those wishing U) send for friends In the Old Country
can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $32 enr
Piissengers hooked to or from all parts of America to
Pari", Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia,
China, Ac.
Drafts from ?1 upwards. _ ,
For Inspection ol plana and ot'ier Information apply at
tho company's office, ltf Broadway. Now York.
Bills ol lading turned to Continental port*.
J. H. SPARKS, Agent_
PASSENOERS PBR STEAMSHIP CUBA EMBARK
troin the Cnnard wharl, loot of Orand street, Jersey
City, at noon, ou Wednesday, June 1873.
OlIAH. O. FRANCKLYN,
No. 4 Bowling Oreen, Ne-w Yorfc.
C1UNARD LINE.
I TUB BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS
between New York and Liverpool, calling at Cnrk Har
bor.
FROM NEW YORK.
?ORBA. .Wertneert'y, Jnne 4 SAM AlflA..Sat'day, Jnne 7
?SCOTl A.Wednes'y, June U ABYSSINIA. Sat'y, June 14
?ALU EE 1A.. Wod'y, June 18 BATAV1A. Satday, Juno 21
?RUSSIA Wed'y, June 25 CALABRIA.Sat'dy, June 28
w
'JAVA..Wednesday, July 2 PABTHIA.-Sat'day, July 5
Steamers marked thug ? do not carry steerage pnssen
And every following Wei>nosday an<l Saturday from
New York. rates OF PASSAGE.
Cabin, $80, $100 and $130, gold, according to accommo
dation* Tickets to Paris. $18, gold, additional. Return
tickets on lnvorable terms. Steerage, $30, currency.
Steerage tickets from Liverpool und Queens town ana
all pnrtsof Kuropo at lowest rates.
For freight and rabln passage apply at the Company s
office, No. 4 Bowling Oreeu; lor steerage passage, 111
liroadway. Trinity Building.
C1IAK1.KS O. FRANCKLYN, Agent,
or to P. II. 1?17 VRBNET,
corner Clark and Kandolpli streets, Chicago. IIK
/"1UNABD LINB.
NOTIOE.
With the view of diminishing the chances of collision,
the steamers of this line will henceforth tnko a spec tiled
course lor all seasons of the year.
On the Outward Passage iromyueenstown to New tor*
or Boston, crossing meridian ol 80 at 43 UU, or nothing to
the north of 43. , ...
On the Homeward Passage, crossing the meridian of 50
at 42 Int., or nothing to the north ot 42.
rpilB HAMHURO AMERICAN l'ACKhf COMPANY'S
A Iron mail steamship
captain K. Meier, will sail on Thursday, June 5, at 2 P. M.,
lor Hanihtirg,
taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London,
Cherbourg and Hamburg.
First cabin, $120. Second cabin, $72.
Steerage, $30, payable In United States gold.
KUNHARIlT A CO.. C. II. RICHARDS .4 BOAS,
General Agents. Ueneral Passenger Agents.
I 61 Hroail streeet, New York. fil Broadway. New York.
Tho WESTPHALIA will sail June 12.
Tlio SAXONIA, as extra steamer direct, Jnne 7.
ST i rp f rvv
TO OLAHOOW, LIVERPOOL. BELFAST AND
I LONDONDERRY.
Virginia bails jiine 11,
from the c<imiiany'sdock, Fulton ferry .Brooklyn.
1 SUPERIOR PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS.
F?, freight or PJf-lfWffiilfiW.K 4 OO, A?n,^
Rteera^c office, 4.S Broadway. 72 Broadway.
A Steamers sail flrom pier 20 North Klver, Now York,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
CALEDONIA.. Wed., June 4 VICTORIA SaU, .June 21
INDIA Sat., June 7 ASSYRIA Wed.,June25
OLYMPIA....Wed., June II ANOLIA.. Sat. June JH
AI'STBALIA. ..Sat, June 14 t/'ASTALIA Wed., J"[y {
COLUMBIA Wed., June It) EUBOPA Sat., July 5
Tho passenger accommodation* on steamers of tnis line
are unsurpassed lor elegance and comfort. Cabin state
rooms are all on upper deck, thus securing good light und
ventilation. RATEg of PASSAGE
TO OLASGOW, LIVERPOOL OR LONDONDBRRY.
Saturday steamers. Wednesday steamers,
Oold. Currency.
Cabins $75 mid $65 $75 and $?5
Cabin return tickots. scour
tug best accommodations. fin' ?ijo
8 STEERAGE, $30 CURRENCY.
Tickets for passage to or Irom anv seaport or railway
station in Great Britain, Ireland or the Continent Issued
aDRAFTS?FOr'ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT BATES.
Company, offices, NAgeu^
Just published, "The Trip to Europe," a magazine of
Intormation lor ocean travellers; can be had tree of
charge on application.
National line of steam bus.
Weekly to Queenstown and Liverpool; tortnightly
I 10 Lol,doxo 'yrEENSToWN AND LIVERPOOL,
1 irom piers 44 and 47 North River
GREECE, Thomas Saturday, June 7, at 1 P. M.
EGYPT, Grogan Saturday, Jnne 14. atS A. M.
CANADA, Webster Saturday, June 21, at I 1 M.
SPAIN Grace Saturday, June 2M, at H A. M.
' FOR LONDON DIRBCY.
DENMARK. Capt. Suinner Thursday, Juno 2H. at J I M.
11IESE STEAMSHIPS ARE THE LARGEST IN THE
TRADE.
Cabin passage?$80, $90 and $100. currency. Eicnrslon
$l6n and $180.
8tecrage, $2'J, currency.
Prepaid ?t?ern?e tickets from Liverpool. Queenstown,
Londonderry, \VFfsT*U '
60B'rr?^w"?Cy.tnfUr'"'tti<jn""'Ffw.y*lU0^.- M?nag?r*'
1N FOR LQUBBN3TOWN AND LIVERPOOL?Royal
Mall suxuners are appointed to sail as follows:
CITY OF NEW YORK Thursday, June 5. IP. M.
flTY OF PARIS Saturday, June i. 2 I . M.
CITY OF BALTIMORE Thursday, June 12, 7 A M.
CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday, June 14, ?} A. M.
CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday, June la, 1 J . M.
CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, June 21, 2 1* M.
ami each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, irom pier
45 North River. RATKS 0F paBSAOE.
Cabin, $70, $80 and $!*t, gold, according to accommoda
tion. Round trip tickets at low rates.
Su-eraue to Liverpool, Queenstown. Glasgow, London
der^y, London, Bristol ir Cardifl, $.A Prepaid eertltl
forwarded to Havre Hamburg. Swe
den, Norway, Denmark and ParU, at reduced rates.
DratU Issued at lowest rates.
For cabin passage and general buslneas apply at the
Company's < iBlce. No. ?
For steerage passage j(HlN (l l)ALK, Agent, or to
O'DONNELL a FAULK, 4H2 Chestnut street,Phlladel
p'm*-8. CBBAOB, 10! State street, Boston.
F C. BROWN, 32 South Clark, corner 1 ake street. Chi
C,#M. INMAN. Liverpool and No. 9 Rue Scribe. Paris.__
ITKtR CARDIFF, BRISTOL, LONDON AND ALL OTHER i
r iiolnLri in England and VSftles. _
Tho South Walcii Atlantic Mcannh p rompany n new
first class sUamships will fail Irom Pennsylvania Rail
road wharf. Jersey City, as lollows
PEMBROKE j{J
O^ ? -^f;eilAGE "pASSKNiiBBS.
First cabin ^ '? currency.
Second cabin **? currency.
steerau* currency.
Prepaid St-erage Certificates from ?'urdiff,$JJ,currency.
Dralt* tor Jul nnd upwaids.
1 or lurtlier particulars apply to
AllCIliBaLU BAXTER A CO., Affents,
17 Broadway, New ^<?rtt.
7, RE AT WESTERN STEAMSHIP LINE.
(v NEW YORK TO BIUSTOL, ENG., DIRECT.
Ti king goisls and passengers lor London, t ardllr, New
port, Gloucester and all ports In Bristol Channel.
Tho stcumers ot tin* line will sail irom pier 18
River, as followsi?
LAlW LYCETT ? h /v la'v 9
ABRAGON tn ' * nv' It" V 23
i iPi.ANH weflfiosuHy, einij ?
(JURAT WESTRRN WcdneMlty, Au^
CORNWALL diQW ?Wauior). -0 rtirrencT
Cabin passatfo. **""",*//* 3# currency
8MParUeV w'lVh'lng' to' for' their ' mends enn obtain
prepaid cert?fleate? Draft* lor &i and upwards.
For lreight or passage "Pg^^jgonoAN'S 80N J,
'70 8outb street, New York.
TTNITED FTATES MAIL LINE?STEAM TO (JUEEN8
U town and y,jJ'i^KevVfjr Wednes-lsy
mtvvfuoti CaDtain Freemnn . . June 4, at noon
53I^A%?w vir "? *"1
*n(f *erm*ny AMS VWc'lON,? Bro^way.
II1TE CROSS LINE.
Steam lo Antwerp dlreet.
The One, first class, tull-powered, now and elegant Bel
giau steamship r F
P. Knudsen, ?!oinmander,
will leave on Tuesdav, the 10th ol Juno, at 3 P. M., ftooi
Harlieck s stores Brooklyn, as above.
price, llrat cabin. $75, cnrrencT.
Steerage, fSit, gold.
For freight or pa**tm? Utaviug elegant aceommoda
| tions) apply W> PUNCH. F.DYR A CO..
I 27 Syuiu Vk auato street
p
BirHOPBAW HTKAHIHHIPH.
^JOOK'H TO If lid TO IRELAND, MCOTLAMD A*DUNO
land, over 100 route*;
Cook'* Tour* to Swlizorlaml and the Rhine, nearly 1*
mate*;
Cook'* Tnura to V *431111.1, 10? In nnmher;
Cook's Tour* to Italy, 73 route.,
Cook's Tour* Kounil the World.
at reductions ranging irnin lit to 45 per cent below ?r 14
ii;irv Tare*. Ui? travailing tickets l*su?d cnsbliug >u<- <tt
more passengers U> travel any Jay by auy tram, ?u ?nwi
or diligence
C<nk'i personally conducted tour to Vt.?nna, V ?m'-a,
Home, Switzerland and Paris, sailing pur *U.iui.u'
Canada, June SI. $-'>d0. gold, all cxpenaea.
*ull particular* in Cook' < Excurslonlat, lOe.
H COOK, HON k JKNKINS.
283 Broadwav. aud Flaet street, Lonlon.
UlTCTKP STATES PASSPORTS FltOM TIIF. DKPAUT
uient of Sute, uulispensabto to traveller* goiuit
?bread, luued bv RlJFUS Z M. HAR0.77 Cedar Jre--"
Notary.and Cow.iibauMK'r lot every State aud Teiruaey
COjIMTWI.sk enrKASRNBlFH*
Injurio mail iiTnt<iHiP co?jpakt? ujato
CALIFORNIA, J A KAN iKI) CHINA,
Via PANAMA,
carrying mails passengers and PRKiriHT *n>
ABI^NWALU PANAMA. HA NT A MARTHA, GREY
TOWN AND PACIFIC (1()AST OK MEXICO,
CENTRAL AMERICA, PKRB" ANDCHILK
Steamer WTKAIf OUKKN. Captain C. I. harlotry. will
leave pier 42 North River, Jonfl 10. at U 0 clock noon, lor
Aapinwall direct, connecting at J'anaina with
Montana, Captain Parker, to leave Panama on or about
Jntw 'ia tor Sau Kranclaco, anil calllnjrat Acayul'o.Mjtn
/.nnillo, Maziuluu no J San Dlexo, and also connectuy
lor all Central American and nonth PamtIc pj'rt*. Op
p.irturea of iOtk and 20th each month from '>?* '??
connect with the Company's strainer touching at ?aa
ltmilP , Tonuta, Saline Cru/. and Port Angol. The splondl??
atcamahlp CllSTA RICA will leave San Francisco on or
about Juno 24 to* Honolulu. Sandwich Island*.
One ot the Company'* splendid steamerswill leare
Francisco Juno lit, 1,<73, for Japan and China. For rata*
nf paiaage, irelght and all lurther Information apply at
Company'* oUlcu oft the pier, toot of Oanal street
Wa 1?> HAH I |AWTIfc
ATLAS STEAMSHIP COMPANY. .
Mail service for West Indies, flamna, Venewaela
and' Spanish Main. The company's lr?n screw steamer*
are appolnteit to sail as tullowg (loading berth pier la
North River) >? . ?
For Haytl and Venezuela.
ARIEL Captain Jone* (I.2UU lous), 5tli June.
For Havana dtrecL
LAGOS, Captain Pegdeu, June ?. 4 P. M.
Fop treignt and passage apply to PIM, FOR WOOD *
CO., ueneral Agents, 56 wall street and5U Pine street.
NEW YORK AND BERMUDA HTRAMSIIll* LINK.
*'or Hamilton ami Ht. OecrKe. ItcrmuJa,
carrying the Uoiwd Siatim Malls, anil sailing a* lollop ??
Steamship AJ.BRM AltLK. Read, master. KrUay.
June 6, at A o'elocE P. M., firom pier 37 North Uiver.
Stoanuthip UATTKRAa, Ijtwrenre, master, Krlday,
June 13, at So'cliHik P. M., from plor 57 North Itlver.
For frewht or passage, fcavlna elwnt accommoda
tions, appry to L"N a?sJuth^uiert.
PaKsage, $30 golil. ,.
Excursion tickeu lamed forthejrnund trip at %M gold.
TU-EW YORK AMD'HAVANA DilUiCl' MAIL UMK.
These flratelam ateamiiliips will sail every Tuesday at
SP. M., Irani uler 13 North Ri/er (foot o? t edar *treut>.
tor Havana (Mrect, u follows
MORRO CASTLE ?>'?? *
COLUMBIA "
WILMINGTON ,JuJf* *
Supplementary mall on pier at a Quartor to threo I. *?
on day of salting.
For freight or passage (having magnificent accommo
dations) apply to WILLIAM P CLYDE A CO.,
No. 6 Howling Oreen.
I>. McKF.LLRR Agent lr? Ilavana. 1
Direct line to Havana,
Progreso and Vera Croz. 1
New York ami Moxiciui Mail Hteautship lino, losyinf
pier No. 3 North River ul 31' M.,
' EVERY THURSDAY. ? ?
CITY OF MERIDA (Havana only) June
CLEOPATRA (Havana and Mexico) Juno 1*
t;lTY OF HAVANA (Ilavana only) June IJ
CITY OF MERIDA (Havana only) Juue W
SONS, r, ..roadway.
mKXArt" LINE?FOR GALVESTON, TOUCHINU At,
J Key West, currvlnglho Unlu-d States Mail?steamer
O W CLYOE. Captain Cole, will leave pier 20 Eaat River,
Saturday, June f, at 3 P. M Through bills of ladm#
iriven to Houston and all pointaon the tJalveston, Houa
ton and Henderson and H. K. and C. R R. No chargo for
forwarding i" New York. For freight or passage, having
superior 'fjo, IBS Maiden lane, or
W. P. CLYDE, 119 Wall street. '
litOR NEW ORLKANS DIRECT.
r The Cromwell Steamship I.lne.
The steamship CORTES, Captain !? rank Kimble, will
leave pier No. 9 North River on Saturday, 'une 7.
1S73. at3 P. M. Freight received dally. Through rate*.
given to Galveston, Indlanola, Roeklort or Arau?a?
wharf, Hra?.s, Santiago and St. J^ui.^ orp^.
liltri, oinouof u M
Cabin passage, $50; steerage, For tr
sage apply to c/jARK A SEAMAN, 86 West
street
F
ilOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT
^ MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE.
The steamahip SHERMAN,
from pier:? North River (loot of North Moore street).
on Saturday, June 7, at3o clock K. M.
Freight rexeived daily. Through rates given to
Louis. Vicksburg, Mobile, Galveston and Indlanola.
For freight or passage, having superior nccoin<w??
tioiis, apply to b'ftKDEHlO UAKhll, ?!0 UrondWAjr*
DOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
r Southern Line. _ .
The steamer CITY OF HOUSTON, Captain Oeprlnf
will leave pier 20 K.ast River. Wednesday. Juno 4. at *
1?. M. Freight received dally. Through rati-* Wivento
Galveston, fndlanola, Rockport or Aranzas Wharl Br?
zo? Santiago and SL Louis. Cabin passage. $50; steerage,
$25.' For I re lull tor passage, having superior accommo
dation*. apply to MAI L(UlY k CO., 153. Maiden lone. .
OR NORFOliTciTY POINT ANU RICHMOND?TUB
Old Dominion Steam*hlp Company will de*patcl?>
from pier 37 Nortli River their elegant sidewheel ateam
abip ISAAC BELL, Blakeman commander, for Norfolk,
City Point and Richmond, on Thursday, June j, at 3 "?
M , giving through bill* of lading to ail point* South an4.
Southwest. Tbr xigh pa?*.Miijer ttckL-U l?',ueJ *1'
points. Accoininixlatlons uneijiiallcd. Apply at pier 37
er ut the general ottlce, l?7 Greenwich atreet. corner ol
Dey.
TRAVEL I-KItH' (Jiril>K^
A FTKRNOON BOAT FOR NEWBURG, POUGHKEI1K
A ale, Kondout and Kings on, landing at Cozzentf, Weal
P .Int. Cornwall. New Hamburg and Milton? rile M AKT
PiiWi.LI., fruui Vuntrv street, pier 31#, every alternoon. at i
3:30 o'clock. ; , ,
A I.BANY ANI> TROY, MY DAY LINE BOATS C. VIII-,
A B.vRD and DANIEL DREW?Leave Vestry fwjj
pier at ? :?? A M., and TweiUy third street, north ol Erie
lerry, at H,4A, landing at Youkors. Tarrytown and Nvack
(by terryboal', Milton, Poughkeepsle, Wilneliecl^TlvelL
c.nskill and Hudson. Connecting lor all polnta west ai?d
North. Trip tickets to West Point, t orn wall and Ne^
buig, returning same (lav, $1.
Notice change ol uptown landing.
nmZKM'S LINE FOR TROY?PASSAGE $1 S??'TUB
C' elegant steauiboatn SUNNYSIDB and PtyWBLt
leave pier ?U North River, foot or Lcroy street, ?l?Hy
(s'ttordays excepted), at ('. o'clock P. M.. eo.i.weting wt.fc
morning trans on Rensselaer and huratogn, New Yortl
central and Troy and Boston rniironds lor all poliiU
North, EasS, and West. The most direct routeto Soratoj
e.i LiXe George and MontreaL Tliroitgh tickets sold
and liurf^agc checked to destination. ,
auu uuKs?ao Joseph corn ell, Superintendent
till r. UlVKP. LINB TO B'>ST<?(,
I ' via Newport and Fall River.
The world rcaownert Jitcamcrs BRISTOL nnd PKUVfc
DFNCH loAVo pier 'iB Nortli HIvef? foot of Siirray
daliy (Sundays excepfd^at 5 PJI^ SoperlnUndent
P
KNN.-iYLVANIA B.VII ?OAf). t
Trnin.H Wmvq Sew \ ??i K, Ircnn foot of I>csbro??C81
X irniin d *' ?
E^to^^rii^&g. the West and lkmtfc
wUh PiiUwan Palace t'ars attached, #J0 A. M? 5. 7 auJ
ro^aVtlmor^^^.ngU^nd toe South at9 A. M .I,
Ex press tor"'Phrt^pMa. ?. ?. ?M A. M.; ??!UK
5 7, S-.J0, ? P. M , and li night Suuday, b, 7, 8:Jd and 9
For Philadelphia, via Kensiu?ton, at I A. M., 2 and!
I* M
F.niicrant and aecond class, 7:15 P. M.
l- . v..** irk. nt li li A), 7 7 :td, H;lt), It). 11, 11 -t) A. M. ; IX
1 2 l-ii) 3. sa?, 3-.40, 4:10. 4 :*). 5:lll, 5 ;20,5 -HV 5:50.??
6.1o! ?J0,7. 7 lu> UJO f. nul I* night
Fo^Fl'lzab'-th1,7.' 7^1), 8 :U), 'i. 10, 11, 11 ^40 A. M^
2 3 i). 3 ;4U. 4 10. 4 3). 5. ft ? M
5 W K ?"-lA. #1o, 7 .30, A-lit, 10, 11 M I'. and I* I"Hbt
Fo^kL'w.^V^^8. ^'^ ?m? 10 A. M? 12 noon I '
ira*?.*Va?.3:4.?: 4:W.4 30. 5.ft
K It). 10 P. M.. and 12 night. Sunday, 5 M and ? P
For Woodbridge nnd Perth Ambwy, 6 and WA.
3:40, 4 -.:10 and 1:50 P. M , sliisaOLft.
Fi r New Brunswick. 7 A M.. 12 M., I, I.J. 4.1tl,5JW,l^
;i P M., and U night Sunday, 6 and ? I M.
For .
K^r^r ,ngMr and Caar
den, 7 and A. M 12:. M.J. A 4 and ? F. M.
For Freehold, 7 and * A. M i Wil l < ? * M -mi
For Jatnesliiirg, Pentlwrum and CaiuJen. C A. M., ana via
boat trotu pier No. I. 3 4? I m. 6 30 A. M., I
? WI3A M an'l T.14T. daily e?
. u ?1 .V Vrrnu Washington and Baltliuun*. 6:4??
cept Monday, f r.,m v, ? From Pbita,
dc,p.;i.t .V-' 6LVmo 13 MIi,?? A M.,
li IK. 7 iV !t 44. 1>>-13 !'? M Sunday. 5:3. #.W, 11 J? A.
Ttrkei'1 .'.moe?' '.ii 415, 171 and Ml Broad way t Nix I
A.T r ll .1 iwv and of Desbroases and C.wtUndk
SWa5W?"1 "mce No' 1>Tb7,yT5v?
Ueneral Manager. _ General Passenger Ageut__
otaTI-N ISLAND NORTH SHORE FERRY.
S Dailv Time.
Pier !'.? North River, f<?>t cortlan-lt street
To the Island?7. i. J, 10, 11 A. M., I, J-JO, 3 JO. 4-A
5 From'tiie Wand% 7, K 9. W. II JO A. M.; 1.
4 JO, 5.30, 6:30 P. M.
Sunday Time. . m
To the ?5ilafiv1?10, 11 i* A. >4. ; 1. 2-10, < &XK 7. *
' From the I?l*nd-7 20,?.ft, 10:ft II 41 A. M.. I OX IM
4: to, 5.50, 7 10 P. M.
Mat 25, Wi
31 V U IS I.I. WAWtIj?
AKI.ABEU STKAM MABKLK AND M ARBLEI21M4
. Work? l'ii and l.W Kast Kighu-enth street?Ma?UI<?
and Martiieue l Mantel*. ???'??}" M^'b^iuromn
1IK IUS, at prices that defy compeutiou. Ma^U: luroiuf
tor the trade.
\ N ^ ?ltI * t of MANTE .S. UNHCRPASSK.il
| A f, r '. iutv >t design and .|iiaiity of workman-hip.
I Work ..I all fc'V;NKli?^ATK COMPANY,
fourth avenae and Seventeenth street I'nlon ?|uare.
CTKWART'S SLATE MANTEL8.?RICH AND RLW
O aantdesiins; Slate works of every description. Mar.
I.ie ?!!? Wood Mantels. T. B. STEWART * CO. Wiand UI
West Twenty ihird street near Seventh avenue, ?. ?
?%?? A IIP KiUU.
KTiKicfAir~iMjMAN EYKA-T f- DAYMLt*.
ve itot and only maker ?g tfie lmpro^d Artid AM
I Human l.y>, a?:kinjwl?*lued by the tcuitr to ha the m r
cotrert imitation of nature H tt[?UT
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