Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 12, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 12, 1873 Page 2
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CITY HEAL KWATB FOR BALI. Central. A -A A.?FOR PALE, AT A 8ACRTFICB, A FIRST . clara four story high stoop brown stone House. 22.2x88. s-6 toot Lot mi we?l side ol Madison avenue, 80 teet south ot Seventy-lourtb street clear view to Park -.three floors in hard wood, parlor floor cabinet work by Pottler A Sfymus, with library, butler'* pantry, mantel mirrors. Ac. Also 11 first class House ol similar dimensions ana superior finish on Madison avenue, 2ft teet irom the sou,beast corner o? Sixty-first street. Terms to suit: good locution; lots taken In payment; houses open tor Inspec tion. Inquire ol owner, A. KLABER, at bis marble works, 134 East Eighteenth street ATKRY HANDSOME FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP brown atone House, Seventy-third street, near Flitn ivenue. tor sale at a very low price. Inquire of A. CHATAIN, 375 Lexington avenue, between Forty-first tnd Forty-sccond streets. At a bargain-a thrke story high stoop stone House, '1 hlrty-sixth street, near Broadway, In fine order; possession. S. EDDY A CO., No. 1 Park place, At less than AUCTION RATES-AN ADMIRABLY located Corner Plot, on the Orand Boulevard, near Sevouty-second street Seven lull lots. WILLIAMS A CO., II Pine street_ A MADISON AVENUE 26 FOOT FRONT HOUSE XV will be sold at less than cost, as the owner must liuve cash to meet prrssinu liabilities. FRANCIS CRAW FORD, 963 third avenue, corner Filty-seventh st FOR SALE?LOTS ON FIFTY-FOURTH STREET, BE tween Fifth and Sixth avenues, excavated oud Rood, loundation wall. Apply to owner, 26 Weat Fifty-fourth street For sale?at a bargain, house, in perfect order, on University place. Apply to BATHBONE A COSl'Elt, .19 Nassau street room 10. For sale?on madison avenue, 25 foot Houses, cabinet finish ; first class location; will sell them tor $10 0? less 'ban tliey are worth. Also Houses on Blxty-flrst street, near Madison avenue, at a propor tionate discount Inquire of MABTIN DUNN, 202 Broad way^ ?JOCTII ST k RET?$26,000.?SUPERIOR PLOT OF lwu three Lots, extra siae, extending by one lot to lZ4th street, near sixth avenue boulevard; very advan tageou* for dwelling and stable, or investment Apply to STEPHENS. HBos., 187 Broadway, or to llOMEB MOB OA N, No. i Pine street 499 Ann -KOR sale, pabtially fur jP^i^i.VIVIU. nished, a four story English basement House, in Forty-third street, near Broadway. Apply to W. A E. A. CRUlKsHANK, corner Broadway, Seventh avenue and Forty-!ourth street <fc&9 Ann ?GREATEST BABOAIN OUT. MUST iPOai.UvJIF. be sold on account of ill health, valua ble front ot 76 feet on Boulevard, including a prominent corner, with 218 feet street frontage, and two valuuble Lota, Including corner on Tenth avenue; all one piece, With a flue Mansion, barn, Ac. This elegant property, located near Seventy-second street is worth, according to late sales, $135,000. Terms 40 per cent cash. & FRKIDkNRICH A CO., 900 and 9UH Third avenue. East Side. A PARCEL OF LOTS ON OB NEAB THE LINE OP the Eighth avenue, above Fifty.ninth street Prin cipals only address MERCHANT, Heraldottice. Fob sale?four story brown stone house 118 East Forty-fifth street size 25x80, lot 100 feet. Ap ply to WARREN I. R1TCU, 68 Ann street STORE PROPERTY ON WEST SIDE OF SECOND avenue; must be sold ; a great bargain will bo given for cash. Three four-story double Houses, 25.6x66x100. $6,000cash wanted; tome exchange taken. F. CRAWFORD, BBS Third avenue. 3D AVENUE STORE PROPERTY FOR SALE ABOVE Fifty-ninth street?Two four-story 25 foot tront Houses, including corner. A prompt cash buyer will get a bargain FRANCIS CRAWFORD, 953 Third avenue, corner Filty-seventh street West hide. A BULKHEAD AND WATER RIGHT, WITH ONE Hall Block, 400x81 G, for sale or to lease for a term Of years, running irom Thirteenth avenue to Weststroet. E. L. A B. T. Bl'KNllAM, 699 Hudson street. JjK)R SALE-TERMS EASY FOUR STORY HIGH J/ stoop brown stone tront House, Forty-eighth street between Sixth and .Seventh avenues; newly painted and decoratcd all through: mantel and pier glasses. Apply o WM. E. BAILEY, 132 Dunne street _ dilO ^On-THE CHEAPEST THREE STORY House and Lot in this city, 21x50x100, high stoop, 14 rutins. In perfect order, with all modern improvements, gas fixtures Included; $6,000 cash and balance on mortgage. 421 West Twenty-eighth street. Nlaecilaneoa*. For sale.?real ertate-to capitalists or Manufacturers.? A large piece ot manufacturing property, ten and a half tull Lots, covered with substan tial brick buildings; engine, boilers and machinery in prime condition: rents lor over $26,000per annum. Prin cipals only will address SUCCESS, Herald office. Houses for sale and to let.?apply for list* at 36 East Seventeenth street or No. 3 Pine Itreet E. U. Ll'DLOW A CO. E BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE ASP TO LET. JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE?BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONG ISLAND SAVING8 BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERCM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROmTA. M. TILL 9P. St ON SUNDAY FROM 3 TO 9 P. M. CARRIERS AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. A GREAT SACRIFICE ?A LARGE THREE STORY French root House In Brooklyn; all improvements; location be*t in the city, on Pacific street between Brook lyn and Kingston, avenues; worth $16,0UO; will sell for $10,800 II sold next week; possession at once. Apply to or address OWNER, 83 South street. New York, ship Chandler store. A -FOB RALE, IN BROOKLYN, IN THE VERY BEST ? locality, an established Livery Stable, of JO years' ?landing, having G5 boarding horses, at $30 and $35 per month each, and running 14 coacbc*. The property can be bought or leased for a term of years; will be sold on account of owner retiring from business; no broker need apply, terms easy. Address, with real name, LIVERY STABLE. Brooklyn Post ottice. A GREAT BARGAIN FOR LITTLE CASH.?NEAT House, 9 rooms bathroom; all Improvements: good neighborhood, in Brooklyn; 90U acres good Missouri Lauds tor sale or exchange. BIGGS A SON, KB Broadway. OR SALli?ON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, THE TWO story and attic well built brick House and Lot 2Ax III!, 106 Willow street; three minutes' walk from Wall itreet ferry; in first rale order; gas, furnace, bath room; Eror half the purchase money may remain on bond and ortgage ; Possession at once. Apply to J. N. K ALLY, 202 ontague street. JjlOR SALE OR TO LET-AN ELEOANT HOUSE, ' brown stone front, new, with all improvements, 270 lintou street: convenicut to South ferry; will sell for #17,000, or rent for $1,600. Rapid transit.?choice lots, ?xio6 feet, under close restrictions, in a first class neighbor hood, near Prospect I'ark and the line ol the proposed rapid transit steam road, for sale at $.'<?0 and upwards; a alendld opportunity lor investment or .speculation. Ap y at the office of the late A. .1. WALKER, 112 John street New York, Irom 11 to 1 o'clock. WESTCHKS'IKII COOMTY PROPERTY FOR SALE A!VI> TO RE.MT. AT TARRYToWN, WITHIN TUN MINUTES' walk of cars or boats.?To let, t arnished complete, a brick Jfoase, 12 rooms, all in good order; two acres In garden and lawn: garden all planted; on high and very hcnlthy ground; elegant river views: will rent cheap for season or year or term ot years; also a Cottage on Broad wuv, unfurnished,brooms; nice grounds, fine river view; rent CV per year: also several furnished and unfurnished sldenccs along the Hudson. Full particulars with S. EMBEKSON, 659 Sixth avenue, near Thirty-eighth street. ABARCAIN.-KOR SALE, SMV HOUSE; NINE rooms; plenty of closets, cellar, gas, range, bath. Stationary tubs, marble mantels, piazza, vestibule door; first el.iss bouse, lot 50x100: stable, high ground, Ac.; price $8,000 . terms easy H I. BROWN, 167th street, or Fifth street. Morrlsania depot AN ELEGANT LITTLE PLACE?FURNISHED; BIL jtV Hard table, piano, Ac. ; rem $!??), season : on Hudson ; beautiful large Place, Intnl.In <1 . use ol cow and poultry. WM TUCKER,220 Filth avenue. Annexed portion of westchi-.ster county? Morrisania, Kingshrldge, West Farms?Properties for Sale. We pay special attention to the-e portions of the county, having opeiated in them for years past. In vealors may obtain lull and reliable information from our office. F. <; a I* hkow N, im Broadway. Annexation.?fine building plots for sale at Fordham; Plot 7J? lots, hluliest ground, superb view, three miautes from Fordham depot; abundance of fruit anil shade, $4,0flU; 8 Lots, highest ground, Tremont barn, iruit and shade, $:l,5t'0: III Lots, Central avenue, Fordnam, all Itont, $i,UW; at Woodlawn Heights, close to depot Plots about 3 lots each,_froin $800 to $960 All the above are included in the i wenty-fourth ward ef New York clfv, and can be purcha-ed on easy terms. Potter brothers. No*. 4 ami # Warren street Hraocb office, Fordham. ABPF.CIALTY-WKSTCHESTER PROPERTY.?PROP . ertiestosuit every one, from hundreds of acres to single lot*. we have a branch office in Westchester, at Fordham, for the convenience of buyers desiring to be )howu flic most desirable locations for Investment or ?peculation. As the prices are rapidly ad vancltig pur chasers should not delay making their'selection*. POT TER BROTHERS, Nos. 4 aud 6 Warren ssreet, and Ford bam. 0WN.E5:S VF. PROPERTY IN THE SOUTHERN PART 9*. Westchester county desirous of selling at fair d< '"'Hton and lowest price to OTTKlt HKO i IlKKs, Brokers in Wenchtnter property, OS. ? and 6? arren street; Branch office, Fordham. I Noa. /I1REMONT, WESTCIIKSTBR COUNTY.?FOR SALE A rA newlv painted two story House, eight rooms, on Madl Son avenue, two minutes from horse < ars. 30 minutes by llarlem Rullroad to New York lot 27*10); terms easy Inqnlre of C. FOULKE, Agent, Tremont,or J. L. PHELPS, Agent 330 Fulton street Brooklyn. IKUMKY CITY, IIOnOKI'.N, HUDHON <'ITY AND BKROKN K I. A I. KSTATK. For Hale. A POSITIVE 100 PER CENT PROFIT-33 W)TS J\ centre Jersey City, wltbin seven minutes ol lour brrles, $460each: easy terms. ^ JOHN il. PLATT, opposite Court House. A PLOT, NINE ACRES, JERSEY CITY, $10,800; ONE JV of 12 acres, $1,200 per acre; Building Lots, Houses, Stores, Ac., at private sale. JOHN a PLATT, Jersey CltyHelghU^ X *, GIBSON, AUCTIONEER AND DEALER IN |f ? New Jersey Real Kstate?Will be pleased to meet Ells friends and patrons at his new offices and exchange talesroom, 31 Montgomery street cofner Greene. Jersey Dlty, Monday. Mav 12, f^n, from 2 lo 6 P. M Members of the cress, law and real estate irateruity are especially juvitad to oaii. PROPERTY OUT OF THHI CTTT FOR hale or TO RRMT. A ~LARGE PRIVATE RESIDENCE FOR RENT? A Kuuswlck Terrace, Astoria; Harden, greenhouses. Ap*??" Irult Ice, staLle* bath house,, Ac ; complelely lurnislied ; low fat T. K- BTBVENaUH, Jr., II rim K. TIl WANTING FARMS.-FOR SALE-TO FARMERS, A gardener" and lann laborers from the Old Country Good Farm Land*, virgin soil, at ?25 p> r acre, on six vears' credit The noil Is a (rood, productive loam, near ?lie great markets oi New York and Philadelphia, bv rail road where from -t) to 40 acres constitute a good (arm, when partly pianted to trult From thin locality a greater quantity and variety of fruit Is sent to market than from any other place of equal area In the , United Hates It is In the midst of a thriving community. with good roads stores, schools and nianutactories. Female members ot families an.l others can procure good work at straw sewing, shoe work, but tou making, clothing work and other branches. Many Kugll.>h, Irish and Scotch farmers have settled and are prosperous. Numbers of gardeners iroin the vicinity of New York a*e locating. Farming Is more profitable than Wist 011 account ol the market''. Apply to JOHN B. PAUE, 102 Park place, two doorsirom West street New York. Palters containing lull iniormatiou will be sent free of charge. At nkw Brighton?to rent, a gentleman's furnished Residence, containing IS rooms, billiard room, with commodious stables, cow mid cow houses, and pasture; hennery, gardens; lieautilul scenery and agreeable surroundings -, a satisiuciory tenant will have the option ol retaining a pair oi carriage horses and car riages. W. A. ('ul,l.INS. 28 Pine strret, All wanting homes in the country? Where It Is healthy, where there is an abundance of Irult, where the roads are good and drives beautilul. among orchards, vineyards, (lowers, shrubbery and hedges, where the best of school- are to be found, and where no liquor is allowed to be sold. 5,10 and acre Lots lor sale at $:'5 per acre, and improved 1 laces at Irom $l,000to $3,000, near Philadelphia ami New York, annly to JOHN B. PAUE, 102 Park place, two doors Irom West , street. New York. Information sent An rlboant large new hotel FOR RENT-? Splendld location; a rare chance to make money; owner would bjard with tenant Address It. W. HOLMES, Orange, N. J. At cranford, new jersey central rail roud,48 minutes from New York, commutation *70 per annum*, finely located lilts, 40x20), selling now irom $:ioo to $??, pavablc $25 quarterly; building materials and labor taken In payment; willbuild order on small cash payments. BLOOMING DALK, 1)38 Third ?venue anl 239 Broadway, room 19. A" FUBNISHF.D HOUSE TO BENT-ALL IMPROVE (nents; pleasantly located, near depot, corner ot Filth nd Peace streets, PlHlulleld. N. J. Inquire ol house agents there or of owner, 379 I'earl street AT NEW BRIGHTON?TO RENT, ONE FURNISHED Mouse ; also one unfurnished, 13 rooms, bllliarJ room; modern improvements; stables, gardens, sliude trees; agreeable burr juadings; besuUftil scenery. W. A. COLLINS, 28Vine street. H AM 1LTON A CO., 81 Pine street. AN ELEGANT COUNTRY BEAT, WITH SIXTY acres oi choice Land, in the city ot New Brunswick, for sale; great abundance of eveir variety ol fruit . WARREN HARDENBKRGIl, 58 Wall street | A OREAT BARGAIN.?A FARM FOR SALE OF 100 A acres, with house, barn, Ac., near Pond Eddy, Sulli van county, New York. Price, with Stocx and Farming Utensils, $6,000; or would exchange lor city property. ' Owner will remain In town this week. Apply to ALLi. BOYD A CO., 982 Sixth avenue A COMPLETE TWO STORY AND FRENCH ROOF new llouse, at Flushing . six minutes' wulk from de pot; 30 minutes Irom clly; marble mantels, "'"llJT "' ' gas; for $5,000; small cish payment Apply to owner, W. k. LEAVITT, 54 Wall street A MAGNIFTCENT FARM, 60 ACRES IN CENTRAL l\ New York* new biilhllugs; fine loll; location un surpassed; a genuine sacrifice; price only $2,500i terms easy. Apply at *8 East thirtieth street ?AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY. FOR SALE, . an old established and well paying Hotel In Sullivan county, in a thriving villupe, about midway between New York and Erie and New York and Oswego Midland Rail road ; only $2,000 cash required ; bulldlng8alone are worth more than price asked lor It. Apply to 1. GRLBfcR, 95 Eld ridge street. New York. A FIFTY ACBE ORANGE COUNTY FARM FOR sale or exchange?2K miles from Mlddletown; situ ation very healthy and commanding an ex.epsiye view, making It desirable for a Summer residence ; will be sold with the farming utensils, stock, horses, cows. Ac., tor $12,000. half on mortgage. For particulars address C. L. C., box 645 Post office, New York. A $20,000 FARM OF 328 ACRK8, WELL LOCATED, In Franklin county, N. Y.. for sale or exchange. For Aiil particulars address box 156 Herald office, or apply at the office of MAOUIRE A BAY, 2,020 Third aveuue, near lllth street A ^beautiful GENTLEMAN'S RESIDENCE-FUR nlshed, on south side bay; elegant trout ponds, Htockcd irraDery, Ac. * bolt atio bath house? will reoi, seti or exchange. 'WM. TUCKER, MO Fifth avenue. A FINE BUILDING SITE, IN NEWARK, WITHIN SO minutes of Market street, wanted ; must he unen cumbered ; principals only dealt with. Address ALL CASH, Herald office. COUNTRY RESIDENCES?AT GREATLY REDUCED rent at Plaintleld, Fanwood, Westtield, Montclalr, Bloomfleld and at ether locations in New .Jersey; also de sirable places on line of New Haven Railroad; several fronting on the Sooud. 8. IRELAND, 201 Broadway.^ /COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE?BEAUTIFULLY SITU ated. at Huntington Harbor, near the village of Huntington, consisting ot 2k story frame house, with ex. tension, boat house, Ac.; plenty ol fruit; grounds, 75x250, price $4,000, halt cash. Inquire at hardware store, 151 Centre street New York. rtOBEY COTTAGE-NINE ROOMS; SIX LOTS, CAR l < rlage house; beautifully shaded; fronts bay. bath ing; five minutes' walk Irom ferry. staten Island ; $4,()t)0; terms to suit DABRIN, 80 Hroad street "CLEOANT VILLA?ACRE LAND; HIGHEST STATE Hi of improvement; healthy location; fine view; 10 minutes from lerry, Staten IJ1NGLEWOOD.?FOB SALE, TO LET OR EXCHANGE, !i Houses, Cottages, Lots, Ac.; u fine, fully furnished House, wiiii four acres, garden and lawn, fruit, shade and splendid views, to let lor the Summer. p KKLLY BROTHERS. 206 Broadway. 5FACTORIES AND RESIDENT PROPERTIES FOR sale, Patersou, N. J., Steady water powers. Cheap coaL Low freights. Skilled labor. One honr from New York. Canal, four railroads, 100 dally train*. J. FISHER S ATTEKTIIWAITE, 10 Pine street FARM-U0 ACRES, DELAWARE RIVER FLATS. IN Pennsylvania, 70 miles due west of New \ork. which for present merit and prospective value cannot be surpassed' smooth and level; fair buildings; abundance of irulr; very healthy ; good works; price $40per acre; terms very easy : also Farm, 41 acres, all In f ????)?? ot cultivation; good buildings; |>rice $2,500; a good buildings; plenty ot all kinds of fruit; . ..., ..... house price onlv $1,000. For Mirther information call on or add res* WILLIAM KAFFERTV. 30 Old Slip. FOR SALE?AT RICHMOND HILL, LONG ISLAND, on Sotithside Railroad, only 30 minuies (7 miles) irom lerrv. a number and variety of neat Owe lings -also Lots and beautiful Villa Sites. Place high, well drained, healthy and restricted against nuisances Apnlv to J W FIELDER. 231 Broadway, room 13; R. R. HAZARD, 110 Broadway, or O. ?. FOWLER, on tlie premises. IlOK BALE-A FINELY LOCATED COUNTRY seat ' in village of Hanbury, Conn.; two story French root nouse, l.? rooms ,modern Improvements; stable, Ac.; all in fine order. S. IRELAND, 201 Hroa.lwny For sale-a handsome country seat, at Queens, L. I.; one hour from city ; 20 or 27 acres ; plenty of fruit; S.000 feet frontage on Hempstead road and Madison avenue: live minutes from two railroad sta tions. Apply, lor particulars, to A. G. FINDLAY, at Viii-cns. or at 85 l?onard street, New York. F CaUlk 1MB , II*" vv faiKv ... ? m.-. , "??? ?-r-i .. 8,000 fruit trecs^ in complete order j 80 acre^I aU unen cumbered * " " "" ' "" "" apply to " i()B SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST COUNTRY X- Homes on the Hudson River: splendid views of the Catskills: new large house, cottage, buildings, dock and _ . . i _ , ...-.li.r wit u ? nil ii no it. F t trees; In complete order; no acres; an unen d Address ('.. box vo. 9 Post cfflcc. Tlvoll, or M. T. WOOLLEY, No 5S Pine street, room 10. ^ OR SALE-A COTTAGE. CONTAINING 9 ROOMS X' and attic; all necessary outl>uliding*. 9 acres; all kindvoi fruit in abundance: extensive view; excellent water; near two depots. $3,000 cash balance bond and mortgage Also a Cottage ol 9 rooms and attic ; 2 acres; stable und fruit; good water; fine view; near two de nots $2 IW0 cash ; balance bond and inortgaue. One nour from' Clly. Commutation $75 per annum. Address OWNER, box 4!' Post office. Railway, N. J. T.IOR RENT -TWO DESIRABLE SI'MMEB KSI r deni es at Montr??e, N. J.. oppo?lte Orange Moun tain* on HelawHre, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, one hour frini New York and three minutes' wnlk Irotn ststinn two new frame houses, water and gas throughout ; 14 and 18 moms; stables nnd beautiful grounds attached. Inquire at M GOULD'S A SON s, 96 Chambers street, A. T. II a Ml LTON. comer Broadway und Catiai street or w. w. BROK AW, 34 Fourth avenue. T/()lt KENT?PLAINLY FURNISHED, FOR THE P sen son ft very flnr. comfortable Cottage, near rnp piin station, on line of Northern Railroad of New Jersey; 10 acres, plenty ot fruit and sliude. ( LARK, 111 Broadway, basement, room 6. 1/URNISIIED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSES TO I1 let-At Haekensaek, Cherry Hill, Bloomlleld and Plalnfleld, at all prices; nlso Floors, .lerwy ( itv. E M MASON, No 1 Chambers street. (1 REAT SACRlFICI'-.-MI ST RE SOLI) THIS WEEK, J one of the most choice and beautiful Farms in Hucks coOfily. Pennsylvania; contains ;i" acres ol rich, smooth land, under tlie highest cultivation?6 acres wheat. 6 corn. I of potatoes, balance splendid grass, will i lit 70 tons of hay ; nice brook ; good orchard . substantial build ing storehouse, fi rooms; aire yard; plenty of shade; splendid barn, coat $3 ii00; hog und poultry houses, car riage ad wagon houses, Ac.; pood cash market; only two miles from large, flourishing town . 38 miles from Philadelphia: milk and 12 passenger trains daily: only Sk hours from New York city, price (Including crops, worth $2 00$) only $6,000; only $1,500 cash required; hal Anr? easy Take '9 A. M. train Irom foot of Liberty street. New York New Jersey Central Railroad), to Bethlehem, Pa ? there take Northern Pennsylvania Railroad t? Oua'keriitown. Inquire at Miller's Hotel, opposite the station, lor G. L. WALKER. Carriage waiting. Can re turn at 5 P. M. Hotel property for sale in nkw .ikusky ... Llfierty street __ IN CORNWALL, N. Y.-FA RMS, SUMM ER RKHI 1 denc.es lor ?ale or to let. Addresa C. KET( HAM, Moantalnville Post office. New York. MOItRI TOWN.?furnished and UNFURNISHED . Cottages ami Conntry Seala to rent, tor Summer sen son or year; Farms and Residences for sale ana ex change. J. HENRY JOHNSON, 149 Broadway. ONLY $7 AN A( RE, CASH ?5,117 ACRES OF THE very be?t heavy Timber Lands in Centre count). Pennsylvania, four miles iroin depot. _ JOHN s. EWEN. 39 Nassau street^ ^TAMfORfi, CONN PROPERTY.?RESIDENCES O from ?4.niioto $inO,(NO; several to let for Summer or year, lurnisbed or utituriiished . two beautiful Cottages to rent at Rye lor $40*1 |>er year; other Properly "li the New llaven Railroad; some to exchange, Including a fine Business Property well, renleil. CHARLES W. WARDWl.LL, Auctioneer, 956 Broadway, corner Twenty third street. New York. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT. rilO LET-TWO BEAUTIFUL SWISS COTTAOF.S; Northern Railroad New Jersey; 25 minute*, Pavonta r; sapi-r month. Apply to J. NELSON LUCK10Y, St rty street, or 10. FORCE, No 6 Dey streel. fe".v . . Liberty TO LKT?A FURNISHED HOUSE, WITH MODERN I Improvement*, garden, stables and grounds, wllh an abundance ut line fruit in season, pleasantly situated on the East Hirer at Astoria ; one hall hour Irom CJtjr Hall. For terms, Ac., apply to J. W. MASTERS, 67 Ex change place, room 18. TO LET?AT DUDLEY'S (1ROVE, FOR ?2U0 PER season, Cottage, 11 room*; modern improvements; ?I>1< ndid view or Hudson River; three minute* from depot; good viable; 2 acres of land. Address O. D. DUDLEY, Ilastings-upon-iludson, N. Y. TO LET?COUNTRY EBMDKNCK; Cool HOUSE, 12 rooms; all Kinds ol fruit, water; homo rent (35 n month; healthy location; two hours irom city. Call on or address OWNER. 3,J West Thlrty-llrst street. TO RENT FOR THE SEASON-A FURNISHED House, thlrti cm rooms imd piazza, with garden, barn and carriage hou c, in oreai Burlington village, Berk shire county, Massachusetts. Inquire ol F. M HAVES, at Wheeler A Wilson's, ol'6 Broadway. SK AfU\ -FOR SALU, GOTHIC HOUSE; SEVEN t).UUU? rooms ; Deuutllully lurnlshed ; litgh ground; two minutes Irotn depot ; 40 minutes irom Broad way. J. Fits hi H S ATI K RTU WAIT h, 10 I'inc street HEAL EHTATE TO EXCHANGE. A COUNTRY RESIDENCE AND A LARQE AMOUNT ol easli will be given in exchange lor u well located House In this city. Ii.quire of MARTIN DUNN, 202 Broadway. A VALUABLE PATENT, WITH OVER $R,?K) WORTH ol goods manufactured under it, for sale cheap; will trade lor goad Real Estate or Mortgages. Apply at 84 Centre street AT 917 THIRD AVENUE.?I HAVE FRAME, BRICK ttnd brown stono three and lour story high stoop Houses lor sale or exchange, at almost ull prices; Farms. Lotsund Coun'rv Scats: a Farm on the Hudson of 191) acres to exchange; also a 6(1 acre Farm at Northnort, L. 1. Just make a note of these. JAMES RoWE. A FIRST CLASS TWO SToRY BRICK BASEMENT House to exchange?Jefferson street, near Broad way, Brooklyn; all Improvement; price $7,ntiO; mort gaged $3,800. Address M. (>., I>.jx 115 Herald olllce. Farm for sale or exciianok-situated at Middle Island, Sul'o k count* . Long Island. 67 miles from New York, consisting ol 1KB acres ol land, mostly uuder cultivation; apple, peach and pear trees, Ac.; the Stock, Crops and Farming Utensils will be Hold wllh the farm ; the owin r will exchange for desirable Brooklyn Property: the larm w.II be made free anil clear of en cumbrance. For lull particulars iuqulre of V. AL DR1DGE, 20 Court street, Brooklyn. F Ir*oR excbanoe-first class residence, lurnlshed, with 40 acres, outbuildings, stock, imnle nients, Ac., in .New Jersey, one hour from .New York; chHrining place. J. WAitD, 167 Broadwuy. OR EXCHANCE-FOR OOOD 8TATEN ISLAND property, choice Lots at depot of three railroads near Brooklyn, rapidly increasing In value. J. WARD, Jr., 167 Broadway. For exchange or sale?splendid fruit Farm, 4^ miles trout Nortelk, Va.. replete with finest iruits, berries, vines, Ac., and every qualification of value in this lavoivd region. Address A. WHITE, 18 Pine street room IX For sale or exchange?a fine farm of 60 acres of flue land, between Huntington and North port, L. I., about three-quarters of a mile Irom North port depot; land and improvements good. Wanted, a good, careful man to take charge ol It. JAM ES ROWE, 917 Third avenne. FOR SALE OR TO EXCHANGE?TWO HOUSES IN Tremont For furthor particulars anply to owner, G. O. GREGORY, 148 East Forty-uinth street TO EXCIIANOE-FOR LOTS OR OOOD TENEMENT Property, a for story brown stone ill East Fiftieth street. Also n three story in Fifty-fourth street, near Lexington avenue. GREOOK A MILLER, ISO East forty-ninth street REAL. ESTATE WANTED. A FIRST CLASS HOUSE?BETWEEN THIRTY fourth and Flliy-ninth streets and Seventh and l.ex ingtoii avenues; part cash and a first alass house near Sixth avenue anil Tenth street Apply to C. CLINTON, 16 Hudson street, llohoken. WANTED?BUILDING AND MACHINERY ADAPTED lor the manna fure ol rooting material trom coal tar Inquire at the office of the COMBINATION ROOF ING COMPANY, 66Cortlandtstreet, New York. SALEMJkT_ AUCTION. Arch, johnston, auctioneer. OtHce and salesroom 37 Naasan street, opposite the Post office. (Horse Auction Branch 19 to 8ft East Thirteenth street Carriage Repository No. 8 Cortlandt street). LABOR SALE OF PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS. ARCH. JOHNSTON will sell on MONDAY, at U o'clock, at the salesroom 37 Nassau street, 75 PJKR AND MANTEL MIRRORS, Id carved walnut, rosewood and gilt frames, with cor nices Console Tables, Ac. SALE PEREMPTORY TO SETTLE AN ESTATE Arch, johnston. auctioneer. Office and salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post otllce; Horse Auction Branch 19 to 25 East Thir teenth street; Carriage Repository No. 8Cortlaudt street ARCH. JOHNSTON will sell at auction on Moadity, May 12, at I Ik o'clock, at 3:* West Tenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, all the Furniture. Ac., contalaed In said house. Ros< wood, walnut and chestnut Parlor and chamber Furniture. Carpets, Ac. NOTICE.?The above sale will commence at 1H, o'clock. Adrian h. muller. auctioneer. Supreme Court Sale. The Store and Lot 181 Reade street, near Washington street, 22.2x51.li, will be sold at auction, on TUESDAY, May, IS, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesrojin.il I Broadway, by ADRIAN H. Ml'LLfcR. P. R. W1LK1N3 A CO., Auc tioneer*. AVERY'8 ART SALE. His well-known collection of 160 FIRST CLASS PAINT1NUS, by over 10U distinguished artists, now on exhibition day and evening, at (25 Broadway. PURCHASERS SELDOM HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SELECT FROM SO LARGE AND HO WELL CHOSEN A COLLECTION, ONE IN WHICH THE SUB JhCTS ARE bO VARIED AND INTERESTING, AND WHICH ARE NOW OFFERED FOR THE FIR8T TIME IN ANY PUBLIC MANNER. AND WHEBK THEY WILL HAVE THE CHANCE TO PROCURE THEM AT LESS THAN THEIR MARKET VALUE. WHICH 18 DESTINED TO RULE STILL HIGHER. THEY MAY BB ASSURED THAT THEY WILL NOT BE FOR SALE AFTER THE AUCTION. AND GENTLEMEN ARE EARNESTLY RE QUESTED TO BE REPRESENTED BY SUCH BIDS AS THEY ARE WILLING TO GIVE FOR ANY PAINTING THEY MAY DESIRE. They will be sold on the evenings of TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 and 1?. by R. BOMERV1LI.E, at his gallery. 8i Fifth avenue. (The paintings will be carefully delivered free of charge.; A CALDWELL, AUCTIONEER. . HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AT THE BROWN sroNB RESIDENCE NO. 6 EAST TWENTIETH ST., NEAR FIFTH AV. Mondav, May 12, at 10*$ o'clock prompt, consisting of elegant rosewood Pianotorte, rich Parlor Suita, Mirrors, rosewood Wardrobe, with mirror doors; Centre Tables, Music stand. Lace Curtains, Lounges. Extension Tables. Buffet, Clocks, Cnrpets, Chamber Hilts, in walnut and mahogany; curled hair Mattresses, Secretary Bookcase, mahogany Pianotorte. Sola Beo, Oilcloths, Stair Carpets, llall Stands, together with great variety of Kitchen Uten sils. Every lot will positively be sold without reserve, as the family ;?ra removing fr. m the city. Allen b. mineb, auctioneer. Salesrooms 95 Chambers and 77 Reade street. Late Henry II. Leeds A Miner. Established la 1*47. Horse Auction Mart, 387, 339 and S4l Fonrth avenne, cor ner of Twenty-tilth street. By ALLEN B MINER A BKO., TUESDAY. MAY 13, at 10X o'clock, at their salesrooms, % Chambers utid 77 Reade street, GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE?Velvet, Brns sels and Ingrain Carpet*; rosewood and black walnut Parlor suits, in figured lirocatel and various colored reps; Mark walnut marble top Centre and Side Tables. Eta geres, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstands and Commodes. Wardrobes, Bookcases, Dining Extension Tables and ('hairs. Biurets, Louuges. Rockers, Cotta.-c Suits, hair and spring Mattresses, leather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows; ( rockery. Class and Silverplated Ware, Cutlery, Kitchen Utensils, Ac . Ac. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, at Mm o'clock, at the residence, 37 West Twenty-eighth street, between Broadway and Sixth avenue, GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ?Velvet Brus sels and three-ply Carpets; Mirrors, original Oil Paint ings, carved ro?ewood and hlack walnut Parlor Suit", In various colored reps; rosewood Centre and Side Tables, carved rosewood and black walnut Chamber -lilts, hair Mattresses, spring Beds, leather Bolsters and Pillows, painted and enamelled Cottage Suits, English Oilcloths black walnut elileboard, Lounges, malioganv Extension Table, rosewood Round and Soiiare Tables, l.lack walnut cane-seated Dining ? hairs. China Dinner Set, Cut Class and silverplated Ware; elegant carved black walnut French plate back Bar, with 14 day ('lock; also very handsome black walnut so l hlrd<evc maple six-pull Heer Pump, with silver plated mountings; Copper Ware, Kitchen 1 tensils, A< , Ac ART- IT" ART. ART AUCTION AT SOMERVILLK GALLERY. 82 FIFTH ANF.NUE, ON MAY 2n AND 21, EVENING. A large and nnusually fine collection. For account of Meurs. W k. O'BRIEN A BROTHER. EXHIBITION FREE DAY AND EVENING. At the private mansion, hh east twenty filth street, between Fourh nnd Lexington avenues, large Household Furniture sale this (Monday) morning, May U, at loK o'clock. E ROTH, Auctioneer, will sell positively In lots, rain or shine, Ml) lots by eutaioguc to the hlghc st bidder. Parlors? \ civet, Brussels, medallion Carpels; Grand Duehesse and Marie Antoinette styles Parlor Suits, covered In crimson satin, green and gold and crimson and gold brocafel; Turkish Easy Chairs, Lounges, pier and oval Mirrors, Etugcre, Tables, Bronzes, Vases, Statuary, Works ot Ait, Clocks, Curtains, line Paintings, Bookcase, niHiMilllccnt rosewood double round 7l4 octave Pianotorte, Stoul, Cover, Cabinet, rosewood and walnut Chamber suits, style of Louis XIV. ; Bed steads, Bureaus. Wa*hstand?, Commodes, spring and hair Mattresses, Bedding, walnut >uits covered with eotellne and reps; Solas, Chairs, Carpets. Curtains. Mirrors, French walnut Buffet, Extension 'Utiles, Chairs, (llass, China, Silverware, Cutlery, Ac. N R?Take Fourth or Third avenue cars to Twenh fifth street. Responsible men in attendance to pack, cart i?r ship goods for pur chasers, city or country. Auction sale this day, at private mansion :i East 2fHh st, commencing at 10)$ o'clock HENRY 7.1NN, Auctioneer, sells by cata logue over 25Ulotselegatit Household Furniture, to be sold without reserve, viz. .-Grand Pianoforte, cost t-HflO; ele gant Parlor >-ult?, latest styles; Mirrors, Brussels Car pets, oil Paintings. Bronzes, I.ace Curtains, Etageres, Clocks, Ornaments, marble top mid silt Tables, Chairs, Ac. Bid rooms c< main rosewood and walnut Bedroom Suits, single and double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Spring and Hair Mattresses, l.ounges. Car pets, Turkish ('hairs and Lounges, Pillows. Bolsters, Bedding, Ac. i also Dining Ruutu, Bascmcut and Kitchen Furniture. Sale pasluvc. 1 8AMB8 AT ATTCTIOW. A LBBRT B. WALiDRON^ auctioneer.

-rv _ , Bjr D. W. IVES. salesrooms 10ft Liberty and sh Chambers street TWhnSv"*. 'i.?"??""' u ?' Till8 I>AY, at 12 o'clock. Particulars at sale. Warranu.^ ?xtend 24 hours. A UOUSTE MARTINET, AUCTION KER. JV Mau'nificent Household Furniture, Pianoforte Bronzes, Pointings, Drawing Room Suite aud rirr oiwtl/ Works 01 Art, public auction, this day (Monday), at IOK .o clock, at the elegant residence 36 Went ISth st twtwtrn III anil tttli a?n Drawiug Rooms-Superb Suits, covered ^.ilk brocade ol the richest descriptions; mariiueterie boiv de-rosc t aliliiclg, Tables, Jardiniers, Encoiguures, elegant J/anopv, Etageru, plate glass back; .Secretaire Bookcase. ?U0 volume* choice Hooks, Velvet Medallion Carpets, Lace Curtain*' Mirrors, < orniees, Failings, by eminent artists: Bronze suiuary, Cocks, Vases, magnificent rosewood I taiioinrte. celebrated maker: Music Stand, .stool, Cover. Chamber*?kosuwood. walnut Bureaus, Bedsteads, Ward robes. Commodes. on suite, .style l.onls XIV , Mattresses, Ac. Dining Kooms?Extension Table, Buffet, Silver Ware, Cutlery, China Ware, Linens, (ila-s Ware; also Furni ture servant apartments; basement, kitchen Furniture. N. h.?I'artles wishing lo attend this sale take 5th ar stages or Oth av. cars. A GREAT AUCTION SALE OK WATCHES AND Jewelry, at Mil Broadway, being the entire stock of an importer and manufacturer now in bankruptcy. It is *?}.** stork ever oit'cretl nt public auction, consisting ol solid gold and silver Watches, Diamonds, solid golii opera t bains go'd Sets. Seal Rlnys. Pins, Studs Sleeve But tons, French Clocks, Ac., Ac. Tnis is a rare chance to buy fine Jewelrv. Dealers invited. Sale to commence this Monday. MavW, at ink A. M., and continue uuul all Is sold, by lllOMAS WILSON, Auctioneer. A potion sale?this day (Monday.) at private mansion 120 West Tweuty-third street between sixth and Seventh avenues, . commencing at 10k o'clock. LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer, will sell in lots, by 0\,1r ?*> lots inagnltlceut and rich Household r urniiuru. I isnotorte, Mirrors, Carpets, Imported laintlngs, velvet and ilrussels Carpets, i.rK? 7,?i .n* K"!"?,covered In crlmsou satin bnn.utel, centre and library Tables, Bookcase, Books, *c- '? mamilflcent 7'4' octave tour round cornered rose M?uoft?rte,coiitil,Uttfc flve years'guarantee from h?? i' iu.t'8u lir,!*1,ls' flne r(,iew?od Ktaxerea, Book and d ; 't*dr,)!,n' *?lti ?> rosewood and solid black walnut ; single and double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Tables, Waslistands, Wanlrot.es, Commodes, Dressing Ca?e Chairs, 20 curled hair Mattresses, spring Beds, Lounges, h'iIIi 'i Lrs" <iu'"\i",p?ts, Blankets, Ac. Dining Hooin ? Kili-i' ??hw*'"b,1. 1une1, h*?enslonTal)le, Chairs, China, S Ac.; basement and kitchen ? I..! . ' . ,'T 2" 'ceb,0)l. Sale positive in lots, by catalogue, to highest bidders. N. H.?tJoods packed ana ? moved by competent men alter *? 1 wenty-third street cars, or Mxth and Sev. i.ntli avenue cars pass the house, stopping at Twenty third street, near Sixth avenue. " * A US?>N.8\LK; . i Al'CTION HALE. 1 .,**!? of costly Household Furniture, I ills DAY (Monday), at 10 o'clock precisely, ??n m at thn ?'l?gant residence BouMM S'Vft'flW "trilet' ??*?? Seventh avenue. Sni^ i? V." Auctioneer, sells?viz., Parlor "*U,V brocatel and cotellno ; two magnificent Pianofortes. celebrated city makers; one double round i.. l" W' one Brand square 7 octave; Inlaid and gilt Cab iiief. Mirrors, Paris Clocks and Bronzes, excellent Oil I aintlngs, htitgeres, Turkish Chairs, gilt Tobies, Book case, &,iu volumes choice Books, Lace Curtains, Musical ( lock. Ornaments, Statuary, Jardlnlers, Ac. Dining room contains Extension Table, Buffet, Chairs, silver Tea Set, t htna and Cut Olassware, Cutlery, Ac. c .. , ... Chambers coutalii suits in reps, solid black walnut and rosewood single and double Bedsteads. Bureaus, Washstands, Com modes; tine jfi." i u'r **ttre"ses, (Kit) yards Carpet, cane Rock . * ? s.? lake Seventh or Eighth avenue cars to Twenty-first street. Competent men to pack and ship goods, city or country. Sale positive. BENJ. P. FAIRCHILD, AUCTIONEER. Genteel Household Furniture, ? . rosewood Piano and stool, ?1??!!snd.#? *V.i2' 'f -V"1 >? A- M . at fil Wert Twenty ?u? street?House hold Furniture, consisting of rose Fier ?nd Mantel Mirrors, Parlor Suits, r rem h < locks, Bronzes Ornaments, klack walnut and enamelled Bedroom Suits, Hair and Straw Mattresses, m.rh?r ?2?r.ffUow5f bolsters. Blankets. Hat Racks, "'J"b'Vop tables Washstands, Bureaus, Wardrobes. Olwware Ac Ac ACp<'stry ('*rPeu- (l^ioth, Crockery, By f. colton, auctionerr On TUESDAY, May 13, at U o'clock, at the salesroom M Kast Thirfecntli street, o special sale of Camels. v i^,i.^2Cmr|y?. Indudiiia Axnunster. Royal Wllfon, ol them elegant6' three-ply ami Ingrain, manv On THURSDAY. Mav 15, at the salesroom 63 Kast Thirteenth street. h?in , ,hhand^ Kurn'lure. Stelnway Piano, Ac., m .5 .tBUr! fnrn,tl"-" "I ? private residence, re moved to the salesroom. We will continue tho sales un poscd of ?onslgnmcnt of over 100 loads will be dis R^A.JS.WPPJ' AtJCTI0NF:t'-R-DAUCHY A street ? d.,7' at 2 ?'c|ook, at ?M Canal K l,?J "I .d do;lr?hfe assortment 01 Household con'"*"h'' pl 1 arlor Suits in black walnut and clSiin 5?r^U,inn b'ack walnut chamber Suits, 19? velvet wpestry, three-ply and ingrain dinvh*a?i lk'*- C?or M?ts, Bedsteads, Iteds, Bed J1,1"".' h?,r Mattresses. Extension and Dining Tables. Chairs, Bureaus, Washstands. Crockery and Glassware Ml'rr^n l<!i^r ""'i? 1 ables? /r6nch plate pier and mantel Mirrors, Sofas, Lounges, S .vewinK Machines, one fine Parrot, 18 months old; -Kitchen I'teusils, Ac., also 10 ihirshal 8toclt Ale- ],y order of George tollman, gXEcuToR's sale.?morris wilkins, auction liouehold Furniture at auction, on the Marine Pavilion grounds at Far Kockaway, L. I. Estate of Richard Bainhridge. ??.^LOW A CO. will sell at auction, on Monday and Tuesday, May 1J and 13, at 11 o'clock each dav a mrHS.,nuin ?J r?*ew,,od and black walnut Parlor Suits, iKr,,U rosewood Pianotorte, Centre, side and Card Tables; Muntel Mirrors, rosewood Solas, in broca CliilM^h'ifk>w2inJr.*inut |,'n'n8;. Extension Tables and ? hairs, b ack walnut Arm and side Chairs; black wal Jn f'f'f?"""'"tl'li ClmiB; i large number ennm elled Bedroom Salts; black walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus STid PiUow'a. B^nk'^ ''all'ssses. Bolsters ana i liiowg, tflankets, Ac.; a large quantity of Silver IT' "tell,,ll> Basins andTollet Sets; Matting, Oilcloths, Carpets ot all kinds, l.inen Shades Cornices Ac. Catalogues at No. 3 Pine street orniees. Edward schenck, auctioneer. ? _ APOLLO IIALL APOLLu HALL .By EDWARD SCHENCK. on TUESDAY, May 13, at H^l.o clock, at Apollo Hall, comor of Twenty-eighth oi ilfil Jin iT0adWV,it.he enl'ro l"'urnlture. Fixtures, Ac., of this well known ball, consisting in part of Brussels fc-r'r?I.rrC|n,C i,P 1 *,e.Mirr<,r> *" the elegant Chande i,1^-'-{Kf.toand Brackets; about 1,800 Chairs of various descriptions; also all the Solas, Lounges: a larore quantity of the finest Cocoa Matting, in rolls; the Bar Counters and^Fixtures. Ac.. Ac. v?.iuci??r, f-JKOROE J. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. OFFICE NO. ll vlr,nc an execution tome directed I will aeii on Monday afternoon, May 12 at 2 o'clock, at John O'Neill's stable, 51 Beach street, 1 close Coach, round front; 1 Horse, I double set of Harness also one splendid new Butcher's Cart ' CHARLES DALY. Marshal. Henry b. herts, auctioneer. GRAND CENTRAL SALESROOMS. 65# BROADWAY, . . ? _ near Bond street. .ANI> ATTRACTIVE sale of MAGNIFICENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS. ?XKl^\Y 4 8oNS' ORAND PIANO, AC ^ ON TUESDAY. MAY 13, AT 10<i O'CLOCK, the entire contents or a large mansion, ?fc.'UKKUM I'AI'K AVENUE TO THE SALESROOMS 6.'? BROADWAY comprising in part superb Aubusson, Axminsfer. royal Wilton, velvet and Brussels Carpets; French plate Mir Pointing? *" !<' statuarT. Vases, Ornaments, BLEG ANT INLAIDCA BINETS AND PARLOR TABLES, Steinway A Sons 7^ octave Grand Piano, magnificent hl'^.yi!3d ^"lulnVil Parlor Suit In silver colored brocaded satin, with l-auteuils and Ottomans to match; richi Ktageres; Ceutre. Side. Card, Library and Work t Tables, rosewood Parlor Suits, in brocateL reps and satin; rich rosewood and walnut Chamber SultUi. Bed steads, Bureaus, Dressing Ca?cs, Arraolres, Wardrobes massive solid oak and ebony inlaid Dining Suit. Side board, Extension Table, Ac.; flne Beds, Bedding Mat tresses 11 tuna.Glassware. Bookcases, Escritoires, Ac., all of which were made to order by C. Be in be and are in fine order, offering a rare opportnnity to those in search ot really elegant furniture. The goods will be on exhltlon on Mouday at the salesrooms, as above. Catalogues will be ready early on morning of snlu. H knry FELTMAN, AUCTIONEER.-TFII8 DAY, 10S; o clock, lOti Franklin street, Grecnpoint, Grocery ??*????*???? nucct, uretii Muni, urocerv g ore. To-morrow, at 10^ o'clock, at the intersection of Store BV?nut' ?I?J Facific street, Brooklyn, Liquor IMPORTANT EXCURSION SALES. ~~ )<y JEltE. JOHNSON, Jr., Auctioneer. with all modern Improvements. Gralulla's Band, Harrison's Collations, under Mammoth Canvas Pavilion; Free Passes by steamer aud rail. TUESDAY. May 13,1H73, on premises, at Uueens (inglewood), L. I., SOU Superb Low, near station. Terms very easv Free railroad train will iiai",eiv? James slip ami Thirty-fourth street lerrles, at II :JU A. M. sharp. THURSDAY, May IB, at 3 o'clock P. M., on premises. Hunter's Point, Long Island City, all the property belonging to Estate of Solomou Z. I'ayntar, deceased, by order of the Executors, consisting ot 100 Splendid Lots. Terms easy. Maps at offices ol Auctioneer, II Park row. ' ork. and :tw and 401 Fulton street, Brooklyn. JAi (>B BOOABT. AUCTION EBB Will sell on Monday, May 12. at 10?i o'clock, at 15 Ann street, the Effects of a Barroom and Wine Room, consisting of Bar Counter, English t-pull Beer Pump, lias Fixtures. Pictures, Ice Box, Partition Screens, Crockery and Glass Hare, Ac. ' JEltE. JOHNSON, JH., AI'CtToNEER " Highly Important auction sale, by order ot the Messrs. Stevens, of I50choicc Astoria Lots. at 2,Sj o'clock, on the premises, MO.SDAY, Mav 19. The property is splendid; situated near steamboat landing, on Jamaica avenue. Boulevard, < re scent Broadway, \an Alst and Kly avenues, Sherman, Acad emy, l.ockwood. Temple, Kim and I.incoln streets Investors, look out tor this great sale. Kvcry Lot will be positively sold. Terms unusnally liberal. Maps will be ready on Wednesday next, at 21 Rark row. New * ork. and 3W and 101 Fulton street, Brooklyn. MANUAL'S SALI?J. BOOAItr, AUCTIONEER^. By virtue of an execution to me directed and do nvered, and to pay storage and expenses, I will sell at P?ub,"? auction, on Monday, the 12th day of Mav, 1S73, at 10 o clock in the forenoon, at .%? Bond street, AiHi sets of plated Knives and Forks, 200nets plated Dessert Knives. Forks and spoons. 4W) plated Fish Knives, all In velvet and moroecocases;a large assortment of Samples of Cloth, t asHlinere. Silk, I ace. Plush. Mohair, Reps, Wor ,n ,8^?? 9>">n?i,y of Canvas and Canvas Hose; I)?*sk, < hairs, Cloaet, Matting, Books, Ac; also one large Regulator Clock. ? J,)H.N II. IIILLIKR, Marshal. MARSHAL SALE.?BY VIRTUE OF AN execution I will m|| at public aurtlon, this dav, at II A. M .at KM Delancey street, I steam Boilor, steam Pipes, Fittings. Tubs ot a dyeing establishment. WIULIAM ALT, Marshal. MORTOAOE SALE.?J. BOGART. AUCTIONEER.? By virtue ot a chattel mortnagc I will expose for sale, at public auction, on Tuesday, tlie 13th dav ol Mav, 1S73, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at Bogari's auction house, corner of Frankfort and William streets, a large quantity of Engravings. Lithographs, Photographs, Port folios, Ac. i a rare and raiuahlo collection, worthy the attention of the trade. JiiIlN H. IIILLIKR, Attorney for Mortgagee. Pawnbroker'S MALE ? R. FIRLD, SHERIFF'S AND general Auctioneer, salesroom 1JI Bowery, will sell this day, at II o'clock, flOl lots Men's and Women's Cloth ing, Dresses, Shawls, Remnants, Underclothing. Bed. ding, ynllts. Blankets. Boots, shoes, Ac Ac. Also Coats, Pauls aud \ esu. By order Julius MoUlcr, East Houston IALBB AT A IT CTIOW. pAWNBBOKEB'8 HA LB WATCHES AMD JBWELBY. THOB. J. McQBATH, Auctioneer, UB Chatham street, will tell tlua day, at 11 o'clock, fcJO JoU ot Gold and Silver Watches. Diamond* and Mold Jewelry, Fin*, Rings, Earrings. Chain*, Ac.: also Plated Ware, Musical Instruments. Gun*, Pistols, Ac. By order Hugh McAleenan, oecoud avenue PAWNBBOKEB'8 SALE. Watche* and Jewelry. TUO'UBATH Auctioneer, 133 Chatham street will tell this day, at II o'clock, A00 Iota of Gold and Silver WaU lie*, Diamonds and Gold Jewelry, Pius, Rings, Esrrlngs, Chains, hoJ also Plated Ware, Musical instruments, Ount and Pistols, Ac. By order Hugh McAleenan, Sec ond avenue. Richard waltkrh auctioneer.?marshal's sale.?Will se 11 Monday, at 10>4, at salesroom, 27 East Broadway, Houiehold Furniture; black walnut Bed steads, Dressing Bureaus, Wushstands, marble top Ta hie*, Chairs, Cottage Suits, Parlor mils in red damask. Pier and Mantel French plate Mirrors, lot wood settee* and cushion*, let of Rubber Bags, Wheeler A Wilson's and Singer's Cabinet and halt case Hewing Machines, in pertect order; also 15 chests ol choice gret-u and black Teas, Dried Apples, boxes Herring, Ac. Sale po*itlve. ii. A.J*URPH Y, M?rshaL_ SPECIAL HALE OP 8TBAW OOOD8 AND SOPT Hut.*, on Monday. May 11, at 11 o'clock; 400 cases manufactured Straw Goods, Holt ilata, Panama Hats, In cluding luu case* by order of the assignee. WILLIAM TUPPING a CO., Auctioneers, 132 Church street SHERIFF'S BALK.?B. FIELD, SHERIFF'S AND general auctioneer, salesroom, 121 Bowery, will sell, on i hursdity. May IS. at I 0*% o'clock, at 111 Liberty street, a large and general assortment ot Machinists' and Railroad supplies. By order MATTUEW T. BKK.NNAN, Sheriff. Jacos Kokulih, Deputy. Branch ticket office at Dltaon A Co.'a, 711 Broadway. RIIROPEAN 8TEANKII1PS. T" HE HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S Iron mall steamship IIAMMOMA. Captain Voss, will sail on Thursday, May 18, at 2 P. M? lor Hamburg, taking passengers rrom New York tn Plymouth, London, _ Cherbourg ana Hamburg. First Cabin, $19). Second Cabin, $73. Hteeruue, $3u, payable in United States gold. KUNHAKDtI CO., c. B. RICHARD A BOAS, General Agents. General Passenger Agents, 61 Broad street. New York. 61 Broadway, New York. The IIOI.HATI A will sail May 11 The VANUA1.IA us extra steamer direct May 17. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY. For Southampton and Bremen. The steamship NhW YORK, Capiain F. Klugkist, will sail on Wednesday, May U, at 2 P. M , irom llretuen pier, loot of Third street, llobokcn, to be lollowed by ^ Steamship WESEB, Captain W. Witligerod, on Satur VaTIM OF PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND BRKMKN, payable in gold or Its equivalent in currency. Firs' Cabin 9120 Second Cabin 72 Steeruge 30 For freight or pas-age ap^ly ELRICIIS ft CO.. Agents, No. 2 Bowling Green. 0 NLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S M A11. STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND 1IAVBK CALLING AT BKKST. The splendid vessels on (his favorite route for the Con finent will sail from pier No. North River. as (bl ows ?? WASHINGTON, Roussan Saturday, May 17 VILLE DP. PARIS Saturday, May31 VILLE DO HAVRE. Surmont Saturday, June 14 PERK1RE, Daure Saturday. June 28 PRICE OF PASSAGE IN GOLD In dudln^ wine) TO BREST OR HAVRE. First Cabin, $126; Second Cabin, $7i. Excursion Tickets at reduced rates. These steamers do not carry steerage passenger*. American travellers going to or reluming from the Continent of Europe, by taking this line, avoid both transit b; English railway and the discomforts of cross ing tlio Channel, besides saving time, trouble a?a ex pense. GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent.SH Broadway. note.?Railroad tickets between Paris and Vienna furnished at reduced rate*. UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.-STEAM TO QUEENS town and Liverpool. ? Sailing every Wednesday. NEVADA, Forsyth May 14, at .1 P. M. W YOM1NG, Price May il, at IX P. M. From pier 46 North Blver. Cabin oassagc, JHO gold ; steerage, $30 cnrrency. Prepaid tickets, >32 currency. Passengers booked to and from Pari*, Hamburg, Nor way and Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland. England, Franco and Geriuauy, at lowe*t rates. Applv to WILLIAMS A GUIUN, 2ft Broadway. STATE line. TO GLASGOW, livf.BrOOL, BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY. VIRGINIA SAILS june 11, from the company's dock, Fulton terry, Brooklyn. SUPERIOR PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS. Cabin, $Hil and $60, gold; steerage, $.10. currencv. DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE. For freight or passage apply to AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., Agent*. Steerage office 45 Brqadway. 72 Broadway. Atlas steamship company. For Liverpool direct The lull-powered, (ast-sailing Iron screw steamer JAMAICAN, 2,300 ton*. Captain Robert Watson, ot the West India and Pacific Royal Mall Company* line, will leave New York on the 20th Inst for Liverpool direct. Passenger accommodation* unsurpassed for elegance and comfort Ouly first class passenger* carried. Fare $H0 currency. For freight and pasaage apply to PIM, PURWOOD A CO., 59 Pine and 66 Wall street. 0 BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS between New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork Uar *>?*' From New York. ALGERIA Wed., May 14 ?RUSSIA Wed., May 21 ?JAVA Wed., May 2S ?CUBA Wed..June 4 ?SCOTIA Wed., June 11 BATAVIA Sat. May 17 CALABRIA Sat, May 24 PARTHLA Sat., May 31 SAMARIA Sat.,June 7 ABYSSINIA Sat., J line 14 Steamers marked thus * do not carry steerage passen gers. And every following Wednesday and Saturday from New York. Bates of passage?Cabin, $80, $100 and $130, gold, ac cording to accommodation. Ticket* to Paris, $15, gold, additional. Beturn Tickets on favorable terms. Steer age, $36, currency. Steerage Tickets from Liverpool and Queenstown and all part* of Europe at lowest rates. For fralght and cabin passage apply at the company's office. No. 4 Bowl ing Green; lor steerage passage, ill Broadway, Trinity Buildlug. ClIAS. 0. FBANCKLYN, Agent Or to P. H. DUVERNET, corner of Clark and Randolph streets, Chicago, I1L Anchor line. Steamers *all from pier 20 North River, New York, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. ANOL1A Sat., May 17 INDIA Sat. June 7 EURkPa Sat, May 24 COLUMBIA..Wed., June 11 TRINACRIA. .Wed., May 28 AUSTRALIA...Sat, June 14 CALIFORNIA ..sat. May 31 ISMALIA Wed., June IS OLYMPIA....Wed., June 4 VICTORIA Hat., June 21 The passenger accommodation* on steamers of this line are unsurpassed for elegance und cointort. Cabin state room* are all on upper deck, thus socurlng good light and ventilation. RATES OF PASSAGE TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamers. Wednesday strnmer*. Gold. Currency. Cabins $75 and $65 $75 and $65 Cabin return ticket*, secur ing best accommodations.. $130 $130. STEERAGE, $30 CURRENCY. Tickets for pus?age to or from any seaport or railway station In <<reat Britain, Ireland or the Continent issued at lowest rates. DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES. Company's offices, No. 7 Bowling Green. New York. HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agents. Just published, "The Trip to Europe," a magazine of information for ocean travellers; can be had free of charge on application. 1NMAN LINE. For Queenstown and Liverpool. Roval Mall steamers are annolnted to sail as follow*:? CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday. May 15, ? A. M. CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, May 17. 10 A. M. CITY OF WASHINGTON Thursday, May 22, 2 P. M. CITY OF ANTWERP Saturday. May 24,2 P. M. CITY OF LI Ml-. Rli'K Thursday, May 29, HA. M. CITY OF LONDON Saturday. May SI, 9 A. M. and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier 45 North River. RATES OF PASSAGE. Cahln, $85 nnd SUM. gold, according to accommodation. Round trip tickets ut low rates. Steerage?To Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Lon conderry. London, Bristol or Cardiff, $30. Prepaid certifl cates, $32, currency. Passengers also forwarded to Havre. Hamburg Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Paris at reduced rates. Draft* issued at lowest rate*. For cahin passage and general buslne*s apply at the company's office, 15 Broadway. For steerage passage at 3.1 Broadway. JOHN G. DALE, Agent, or to O'Doxmi A Faulk, 402 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. M. S. Ckkarii. 102 State street, Boston. F. C. Brown, S6 South Market street. Chicago. W? Inn**. Liverpool, anil No. 9 Rue Scribe, Pari*. UrniTE STAR LINE. FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. New and full-powered steamship*. SAiUng from New York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on Thursdays, calling at Cork llnrtior each way ADRIATIC May 24. at3 P. M. BALTIC Saturday. Mav 31. at.S:J) A. M. CELTIC Saturday, Juno 7, at 2 P. M. OCEANIC lune 14. ot 7 \. M ?From the White Star dock, Pavonia ferry, Jcrsev City. Pa?*enger accommodations for all classes unrivalled, combining safety, speed and comfort. Saloons, staterooms smoking room and bathrooms In midship section, where least motion is felt Surircons and stewardc.-s accompany the steamer. Bates?Saloon Sli)0 gold; steerage, $30 In cnrrencv. Those wishing to send lor friend* in the old country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates. $32 cnrrency. Passengers booked to or from all parts of America to Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac. Drafts from ?1 upward* For Inspection ot plans and other information apply at the company'*office. 19 Broadway, New ^ork Bills of lading Issued to Continental ports. J. H. SPARKS, Agent National link of steamers. | Weekly to Queenstown and Liverpool; fortnightly to London direct. TO queenstown AM) LIVERPOOL. from niers 44 and 47 North River. CANADA. Webster Saturday. May 17, at 9 A. M. SPAIN. Grace Saturday, May 24. at 3 P. M. FRANCE, Thomson Wednesday, May as. ut3 P. M FOR LONDON DIRECT! THESE STEAMSHIPS ABE the LAROEHT IN TlIK trade. Cabin passage - $mi. $?> and $100, currency. Excursion? tKifland $iH0. ? ?!,i .. . Steerage, $29, currency. . _ Prepalrt steeraire tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow. Cardiff, Bristol or London, < heaper than by any other line. mi u ,u.r,h, r Information apply at the company'* office, f>9 Broadway. F. w. J. HURST, Manager^ AZE'S SUM Ml' It TOUR TO VIENNA, $??> OOLD. *Y giving two months In Europe. Personally conducted. Start# from New York June 21. See detailed programme. GAZE'S Tourist Tickets tor European and Eastern travel. <i AZH s American office. No. 6 Howling green. N V. UNITED STATES PASSPORT BUREAU.?OFFICIAL Passport* of the Department of State issued by A. C WILI.MARril, United States Court House, 41 (ham ber* street UNITED STATUS PASSPORT AGENCY. ?A. T. WELCH, late chief of Passport Bureau, Department of state. Washington, D. C., agent, 294 Broadway. ?-~~J55*5!35Ai! amwhips. tJEKKS? "KAMSHIP LINt and passengers lor LonUi?n^cS55t Ne^Lt*?!!** and ail ports in Bristol channel poct? Oloacerte I be steamer* of this Une will ?.n _ River as loliowst? wui *an Iron pier 18 ARRAOON, Western ? ? LAPLaND wSiSS*7, ??'* LADY LTCBTTB J^^artay, Junei OKBAT WESTERN . wtSte!S*y? J.u?? 1 New steamer now building.' Wednesday, July ; """w. E. E. MORGAN'S 80*3, 70 South .street. New Tort. JgUUOPEAN TRAVEL. " ' COOK SON A JERKINS, Tourist and Excursion Managers. 262 Broadway, New York, issue the Hallway Tickets used by travellers tor tours through ^?siS^4g^i-a 'WPt. Ac., by all route*. Hold in aU cases at duction from the ordiuary tare cases at great r* 'nd CO AST WINK NT K AMN ii I PS. """^j "pAOIFIC MAIL STEaM.'.HIP COMPANY'S LINi^o" ^piVwall^^se^A^ and toeiort to VoW^ /fx D PAClVlC ) AST fcilco" CENTRAL AMKRICA.. PERU and CHILB n"ONo^ WveNt ift'otoc* mon,h connect with the Company's and Pori An Bel!"1* " *??'?>. SauZ'crw. t JAP AX will leave San Francisco June L isn. I'iTPor ralesol passage, iriiichl aad Surf, f ^ i 0r,Va!lon ?PP'T ttt CompaiWg otllce on the pier, toot of Canal street p. a. Rab I, Agent JJNITF.D STATES AND^ BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP | The elorant sldewheel sr^umahin e/imn > wnnr/,. ' For freight or passage apply to WILLIAM H. GARRISON, Agent. No. > Bowling Urge a. T\IREQT LINE TO HAVANA x{. ? . . Progreso and Vera Crux, pier No!3 "North ifcTj ,MTta? orrr of ?!??? t. SK5'ct> ("avaua and Mexico) -~~?......Mar M riTV !!t (Havana only)... May* v REI"I>A ('luvana only) , ,T. June a For freight or pas*"we apply to ALE-X AN i) RK St SONS, 31! Broadwif, POB HAVANA VIA NASSAU. CUBA, Geo. W. Palmer j? p. M. Wednesday Zl?t F. ALEXANDRE * SONS. M Bro^wa* New vork and burmuda steamship link. For Hamilton mid St. Ueortfe, Bermuda, cajjy'ng the UtiiteJ stales Mall, liiui sailing a* follows:-** , Al.BKMAttliE, Read, master, Thursday, * at 3 o clock P. M., imm pier 37 Nor'h Rlvor, Steamship HaTI'KRas, Lawrence master,Thuradar May 15, at 3 o'clock P. M.. trom pier .'if North klver. . ?i,!.?/ .. 7 . or Paasage, having elegant aeeommxU- ' Hons, apply to lunt Brothers, 1 Passage**. gold. South street. Excursion tickets Issued for the round trip at $*0, gold A TLAS STEAMSHIP COMPANV ami fnJle?' n?^?na, Venezuela and Spanish Main. The company's lrou screw stcamera NortlI'iiiv" r/ ?? ** ua '"'wwa (loading berth pier It ,,. For Havana direct MANDTNGO. Captain Spence, 24th Inst Jamaica and Sa vanilla. CLARIBKL, captain Bayley, 3l)th inst For llaytl and Venexuela. , A K IEL (1.200 tons), 8th June. fn iS.1 / passage applv ti> PIM, FORWOOD * CO., Oeneral A genu, 96 Wall street and 58 Pine street JyTEW VORK AND HAVANA DIIIECT MAIL LJNe! , claw steamships win sail every Tueadayat S P. M., trimi pier U North River (loot of Cedar street! for Havana direct, as follows WIJ.MINUTON MavIS mokko casti.r ''5,; 2 CRESCENT CITY !.1.".. 1... IV.." ijLI ft otfiiay otsail'lngT mai' 0D pier *'a to'thrw P. M. daU%i^ipptlyrto'iSSttB# ?UlVins raa?rUflcent "weoiiimo. WILLIAM P. CLVDE A Ca, D. McKELLER Agent In Havan^0" BoWiln* UrBeB JfOR NtW ORLEANS DIRECT. ' MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINR. Tlu) steanislilp EMILV B. 80DDER, from pier 38 North River (loot or North Moore street). _ . . .on Saturday. May 17, at 3 o'clock P. M. i-Jnu'vV iTe?celvem? i?.1.1*-,, ThroURh rate? flvcn to St Louis, \lcksharg. Mobile. Galveston and Indlanola. for freight or paakase, having superior accommoda <J""S apply to frk6eric baker, 30 Broadway. For new orlranr direct. The Cromwell steamship Line. rht steamship OKurge CROM wtLL. Captain Samnal p*^ pl5r North River, ou Saturday, May 17. at 3 P. M. Freight received daily. Througlk rates given at Galveston, Indlanola. Rockfort or Aran* zas wharf, Brazos, Santiago and St Louis. Cabin pawaae, ?50; steerage, $25. For flight er ium sage apply toCLARK A MsAMAM.86 West street F?Si^RFO,LK- CIJY P0INT AND RICHMOND.-THK wsw..a* ing through bills of lading to all points South and South, west. Through passenger tickets issued to all points, Ac commodatlons unequalled. Apply at pier 31, or A the general office, L87 Greenwich street, corner of bey. .. . TltAVKIiLERS'^Qirrni^ - , /CITIZENS' line FOR TKOY-p'aSSAGB fl (KX-TH* s^alr\!>05t" SUNNYSIDE and POWEIJ, lfia%c pier 49 North River, loot of Lcroy street d&ilv (haturdays excepted), at ti o'clock P. M.. connecting witS inorniiiK trains on Rensselaer and Saratoga, New York Central and Troy anil Boston railroads ror all Doinui North, East and West. The most direct route to Sarativ (ra. Luke George and Montreal. Through tickets iia and baggage checked to destination. JOSEPH CORN KLli, Superintendent Fall river line to boston" ~ vi* "export and Fall River. pl"-r?,nowne<l steamers BRISTOL and PROVT ?.n? /S e?vo P|er:B N?rth River, loot of Murray street, i daily (Sundays excepted) at sr. M. 7 ???? a. p. BACON^ Superintendent PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD " Clortlirnad,tnsSt^ STote^0" f00t ?f DeSbroMM tfJ!.rK,2fnr H*r1r'\b?rK,/Utsbunf. the West and South, i!\> vl m5" 'i"ac? '^ars attacKo<l, 9:30 A M? 5, 7 and S :.*) P. M. sunds v, 5. 7, 8 A) P. M. ' For Baltimore, Washington and the South at 9 A. M., 1,9 Exprem tor Phfadclphla. 8, 9, 9:30 A. M., 12-30 I 4 5 A _8?'#', 9 P. M., and 12 night. Sunday, fl 8:30 and 9'p'kl For I hlladelphia. via Kensington, at ^ A M. and I P M Emigrant ana second class, 7:15 P. M. ?*?.?, IA 5 jS 5' f.il SuidS vt'-AVf, y?.v,w[if,w.'ss& F,,'r , o' 7l ":Ift^ 9:30 <""1 10 A M.; 12 noon: T.*f ?:J?; in li V. 4:?1' 5:21'. 58:3", 6. 6:ltl! P !fl an "'K'"- Sunday, 5:20 and ? F3%0'TSlTnJfs -5)nr ?frth Amboy' 8 ind 10 A- R-.a^o, For New Brunswick, 7, 10 A. M., 12 M., 1,13 4 10 5 20. 8. 9 P.M. and 12 night. Sunday (! and i P. M. For East Millstone, 7 A. M , I.' noon, 4:10 and 5-JO P M. KoJ and Flemington, 9 A. M anJ 2 P. M. 1-or Philllpshurg and Relvnlere, 2 and 4PM andc*? For Freehold. 7, 8 A. M., 2 atid'4 P. M. ' ' 'or Jamesburg, Peinberion, Camden, 6 A M? and via boat irom I tor No. 1,3:49 P. M. ' ' Trains arrive as follows:?From I'ittsburg, 6:.V) A. M., I fl9 P M., daily. 10:14 A. M. and B:34 P. M? dally excent I*! iSipT Washington and Baltimore, 6:4o a. if. I JMtW; WKk^r^Ari.. J-'1*' M_; Suhday, 5:21. 0M, II .04 A li?. rirkct offices, KM, 435, 271 and <H4 Broadwav. tin. 1 Astor House ami loot of l>c?brosses and Cortiandt streeta. Emigrant Ticket office, No. M Battcry pl?c" U ! , ^.r JL ? n m. royd. Jr., ?< nrrul Manager. Oeneral I'aHHeti^er Agent. KXCI llsiUNg, IpOR PHILADELPHIA VIA LONG BRANCH?FARE i nv/7 u? ? -5; "toamers PLYMOUTH ROCK and LONG SRANi II leave Dlrr 2H North River at 9:20 A. M., SOUTHERN RauIroAd!* WUh trW'" ?' JKMKi Q? W. BKNTLEY. General Manager. /GOVERNOR'S ISLAM) FKKKY.?TUB STEAMER IT GOVERNOR'S ISLAND leaves Custom House pier (new pieri, off the ??tt<;ry. every even honr, dally, for Governor's Island. Mu?lc by the hand in the atleriionna followed by dress parade. V isitors allowed on the Island between Minrt-r and sun?et I )?"NDiSl'T AND KiNiiSTilN, LANDING AT COZ7EN9 LlyAat4*c^l"pYCMl'arrl,,nn picr;M N"rUl rpiIK NEW .11-. KSI Y sot Tin; RN hail road-coiSC I pflny call attention to their extraordinary tm illtles for the aeeominodatloti ot Kx. union Parties the coining soa ?on- ?^'lh their steamers PLYMOUTH ROCK. LONU BRANCH and JESSE llnYT and their elegant new P.x. cursinn House and twenty acres of adjoining land at Lon* Branch, thev are prepared to make emrigements with churches schools, soci. ties, Ac., for large or small partleil at low rates, send tor i lreular. G. w. BI NTLKY General Manager, I2i) Broadway. New York w w. .1. Sni no. Superintendent, i.ong Branch. N. J. ^?(ITICK. 1-! ? 81'MM Kit ARRANGEMENT. .. . ^ Commencing Mav IS, IS7S. .:ff0SK??1thr,wir excepting II A M., 12 30 and IP Vl.n.hn^ .hufh "freeu.- Ii: B.-'ZVXS i_ J. r. TALLMAN, *H|?i lutebIi CIGAKS AM) TOBACCO* /1IOARH ?J HAVANA TOBACCO-ROSA CONCHA8, Ui imtw,r.,w /2? ub" (,*'*nes, $00; Kspanolas, p>b; equal to un?ortcd in appearance and quality. t J. RAYNOR A CO.. to Maiden Une.

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