Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 20, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 20, 1873 Page 2
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A CITY RKAIj ESTATE FOR SAI.R. t entral. FOUR 8TORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONR ?. lor sale, fully aim elegantly furnished, on Park av ue, near Thirty-filth street; immediate possession. H. R. DREW A CO.. Ho. 5 West Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Hotel. A four story high STOOP STONE KODAK FOB A sale, on Forty-second street, between Fifth and Madison avenues. 22x.\'ixl(K); price moderate. Auply to B. R. DREW A CO., No. 3 West Twentv-thlrd street, Futh A venae Hotel. Am admirably located and extra cheap Corner Plot on the Grand Boulevard, near Seventy kecond street; no more judicious investment can be made. WILLIAMS A. CO., 11 I'ine street. FINE PROPERTY NEAR THE BRADHURST ES litr, on Washington Heights; city and country com lined, a handsome Residence and stable, with a parcel ef ts, near the Grand Boulevard ; price reasonable. W 1LL1A.MS A CO., U Pine street. A N ELEGANT FULL WIDTH HOUSE, WITH EXTRA J\ sized dining; extension, near Filth avenue, above Fiftieth street; uiauv other superb houses choicely lo cated. "WILLIAMS A CO., 11 fine street. A LARGE clothing establishment SHOLLD -fx be located immediately corner oi Twelfth street and Fourth avenue, near Broadway and Union square ; this ?r?herly. nearly 7.'xlihi. tan be purchased solely through WILLIAMS A CO., 11 Pine street A?GREAT BARGAINS IN CITY dwellings? ? Free list ma,led or obtained at office. Three story brown stone, Forty-eighth street, $16,U0U; Murray Hill, near Fifth avenue, $:i5,0M); Filth. Madison and Lexington avenues. WILLIAM TUCKKlt, 2LD Fifth avenue. AT A 8ACKIFI0E?HOUSE AND LOT ON THIRTIETH street, 20x.M)x 100, three story brown stone fronts ?price SI4,000; terms easy, with immediate possession; also one on Lexington sveuoe. Apply to JOHN FET TRETCH. 1,0'<6 Third avenue. A MADISON AVENUE HOUSE AND LOT BELOW jf\. the Park, for sale?SS,000 below cost, as tho owner mnst have money : house, 25x55; tour story brown stone, finished in cabinet work , price $54,000; must be sold. Apply to JOHN FETTRETCH, 1.036 Third avenue. Full lot fifty-fourth street, between Fifth and sixth avenues; also Cottage and Lot on Third avenue, Harlem ; price low ; terms easy. DEVENNY A COULTER, 34K Pine street For sale-the valuable lease and sub stantiul brick Building 1,809 Broadway, on the square junction of Seventh avenue; splendid business location. Inquire on the prerot.-es. For sale?four story high stoop brown stone House; at a great bargain to a prompt buyer; near Central Park and Sixtieth street; must be sold. Ap ply at 28 West Forty-third street. Brokers need not apply TRIOR SALE-HOUSE 5S WEST FIFTY-THIRD STRKKT, JP between Fifth and Sixth avenues, 22 foot front; first class, with rosewood parlors, mirrors, Ac. Apply on premises, or to owucr, 3IH West Kort.v-sixtli street. l^OR SALE, EXCHANGE OR TO LET?FOUR STOKY JC \ Warehouse, near Fulton terry, New York, suitable tor business or manuiucturing purposes. Apply at 162 Broadway, room 0. from 12 to I. <fc7 Qfltt WILL BUY A TWO STORY AND bake *3P I ?Ovv inent high stoop Philadelphia brick Dwell ing, with all improvements, on 112th streets near Third avenue; marble mantels. Ac. .lust examine it. S. FRIEDEMtlCH A CO., '.<03 and WW Third avenue. East side. A VALUABLE EAST river FRONT, with ABOUT 40 lots oi ground, for sale at a decided bargain ; half cash wanted. lloWELL A HURST, 921 Third avenue. A three STORY HIGH stoop BROWN STONE corner House, D61 Second avenue, to let cheap, whole or in part Don't lose this chance. THOMAS McGUIRB, 1,115 Second avenue. A GREAT BARGAIN.?TO LET. THAT BEAUTIFUL and convenient House Still Eust Eighteenth street; fine neighborhood ; seen any time by permit. Thomas mcguire, i,us second avenue. Must be sold-ciiarming three story high stoop, Fiftieth street, between Second and Third avenues; splendid order; early possession. LIONEL FROEHLICH, Third avenue, corner Fiftieth street Went Side. A BULKHEAD AND WATER RIGHT, WITH ONE Half Block,, for sale or to lease for a term of years, running from Thirteenth avenue to West street. E. L. A B. T. Bl'RNllA_M. Od'J Hudson street. A2W STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE TO LET?50 Sixth avenue; 12 rooms; newly painted; Imme diate possession. E. L. A B. T. BURNIIAM, (>09 Hudson street. A?FOR SALE, ON FIFTY-8BCONP STREET, WEST, ? near Fittli avenue, a four story high stoop stone Bouse, 17x60x100; price moderate. II. It. DREW A CO., No. 3 West Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Hotel. A VALUABLE PROPERTY THAT MUST BE SOLI) jtl to settle an estate, 50x100 feet, at the junction of the boulevard witn Ninth avenue at Sixty-third street; price very low; easy terms, by order of executors-, the Boule vard is only ubout 4its teet troin Central l'ark at this point V. K. STEVENSON, Jr., 11 I'ine street. A? GRAND BOULEVARD. NEAR EIGHTIETH . street?15 foot Lot, superblv located, for sale at a special bargain V. K. stkv'knbon, Jr.. 11 I'ine St Eighth oi\ central park avenue, corner 102d street?Four Lots; unlntcrrunfed view of Cen tral Park, price low; terms easy; a bnrgain. v. k. STEVE*SON, Jr.. 11 Pine street. IriOlt SALE AT A BARGAIN OR TO LET?TWO NEW first clan* brown stone Howe*, 129 West sixty-first street, near the i'urk. Apply to owner, on premises. For sale CHEAP-VALUABLE leasehold, West Eleventh street, 50x96 teet, wltli buildings well rented: 'J9 years' unexpired lease; reasonable ground rent. Apply to owner, 318 West Forty-sixth street. FOR SALE OR LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS, with renewals on valuation, at 5. 6 and 7 per cent, tin Broadway, Boulevard and northwest corner of Sixty second street; size, 141. Ilxliti. l>?; splendid location tor lager beer brewery and coffee, or carnage repository, or other large business purposes. Also tor sale or exchange, a first class four story House, with or without carpet*, sa* fixtures and mirrors. Apply on the premises, 141 West Forty-seventh street. The oi d rock cottage for sale?contain ing 20 rooms; the best roadbotise on tlia islaud; fire barroom, shed, Ac. Inquire on the premises, corner 109th street and Boulevard C7TH STREET, CONVENIENT TO broadway AND Central Park, 25x200, near Ninth avenue; high ground ; one or both lots at a decided bargain ; half cash. V. K. STEVENsON, Jr., 11 Pine street. 9 *fin ~T"E CHEAPEST THREE STORY House und Lot in this city; 21x90x101); bigli stoop, W rooms; in perfect order, wltn nil modern improvements: gas fixtures Included. 4.11 West Twenty eighth street. Mlatciiaiicoui. A?HOUSES FOR SALE OR TO LET-AT A GREAT ? sacrifice; the party, going to Europe, will dispone ?/ all tlieir property ; ulto u Farm in Rockland county. O. DWYEK, 687 Sixth avenue. UHOOKLVN PllOPEKTV FUlt SALE am# TO LET. IpUU It It an CU OFFICE?BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT Of It BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONO ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 1\ M. ON SUNDAY FROM 3 TO 0 I'. M. CARRIERS AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET. BROOKLYN, APARTMENTS to LET?IN four STORY BRICK house on Livingston street ?Basement and l'arlor Floor and (wo Rooms above; locution good; convenient to ear lines ar.d 12 minnles to VVhII street terry. Apply to WYCKOFF & JAMES, 1-t Montague street, Brooklyn. Bridge street.?handsome four story House and store, nearly new; let at $1,080: price ?8,000. This Is a bargain. W. P. COOK. Washington street, Brooklyn. QTORE TO LET?SCITABLE KOU TAILOR, MILL! O ner or dressmaker, in Johnson street. So feet from rulton; the two floors over the same go with the storo and nre verv desirable tor the above or any light busi ness. WYCKoKI It JAMES, 18tf Montague st., Brooklyn. TO I.ET?A NICE HOUSE IN OKEENPOINT, SEVEN rooms; possession immediately; Furniture tor s:ilc low it desired; house new, all improvements, in perfect order; rent t*~S a year. Address dickson, Herald office. rpo LET?LARGE CORNER HOUSE ON CUNTuN A avenue, partly furnished, to a person who would board n gentleman in part payment ol rent Address or call on DOCTOR, SM Sackctt street, Brooklyn. <31 1 70(1 ?nineteenth ward, Brooklyn.? 5?'t. I v'U. Very cheap three story I rirk, nine Rooms, with modern Improvements; terms to suit purchaser. Appljr to WILLIAM O. SUMNER, 81 Broadway, Brook d>Q nOO WILL buy the three story high stoop trick Mouse 278 President stieet, op posite Carroll Park, Brooklyn; tin* location In all re gpects; rented to May, 1874. at $*JW per annum. Apply to E. R. KELLOGG, No. 3 Broadway, .New York, 10 to 12 A. M. only. VliRHESTER (Oivrv PROPERTT __FOU SALE AMD TO RENT. Annexed portion of westch ester county? Morrisania, Kinasbridge, West Farms? Properties for ?ale. We pay ?peclal attention to these portions of Die county, having operated m them tor years past. In vestors may obtain lull and reliable Information from our office. F <i a D. BROWN, >jo Broadway. A?PORT MORRIS. NORTII NEW YORK, MORRIS . aula. West Farms and other portions of Westebts ter county; Properties ot all rises lor sale, including borne very choice Investments. F. O. A i> hrown. 9tl Broadway. T YONKERS?TWO FURNISHED HOUSES To LET with the modern, ImBrovi inents; fine river view; ? the depot; S7UO and ?!.?) per year. Apply to 1ES YOUMANS, Agent Volikers. AM BUM ANT BUILDING SITE, IS ACRES, AT UOBB'S Ferry?Variety of evergreens and lorest trees , tine spring; river views; price very low. k UQYT, ]W Broadway, or W PoOLEY. J29 Fifth avenue. A T TABRYTOWN, ON BROADWAY?A COTTAGE To _ rent with immediate possession; 8 rooms. nice grounds; elegant river views; fine location ; rent 9600 per year. 8. emberson, <69Sixth avenue. if TARRY 11IVN-W fflllN TEN MINUTES' WALK J\. of the depot ?To let. turntshed complete, itnmcdlat* possession, a brick House (12 rooms), two Acres in garden Vnd lawn; garden planted: fruit and shade in abun dance; on nigh and very healthy ground ; very retired; eleaant river views; rent low tor season or year. ? ts. EMBEKSON, mh sixth avenue. B' RONXVILI E?HaR R AI URO AD.?FU RN IS 11 ED ? House to let for the season; 13 rooms* flue garden ?nd frttli; "?e of horse and wagon and intlch cow; 18 min ?,ro,u deIWti laif BIGGINS. No. 7 Fine street WESTonKSTFR couwty PBOPEB'TT FOR NALB AND TO RBWT. FOB 8ALB FOR HALF PBICB?ON FUBCHASEB'S own termi, a miperior Dwelling House, with extra ground, at Fort Morris, Wostchester county; SO.UOO. C. O. PRATT, 113 Broadway, room k ON THE HUDSON.?COUNTRY SKAT OF SIX ACRE8, ?21,1)00; one o> II acre*, $30,000; one (jflMW, $S5,U?s also 10 acres mid magnificent House, $70,000; all com manding ?upcrl> views, landscape and river; will ex Change, T. J. I'UNKIN 4 Co., 554 Third avenue. RYK-TO LBT, ON THE MILTON BOAD, NEAR THE depot, churches. Ac.., a newly built House, wltli mod ern improvements, hot and cold water, bath, fine grounds, carriage house. good garden, irult, Ac. WM. M A i IIE VV 8, 54 Catharine street, Now York. Till" MONT, WBSTCHE8TKR COUNTY.?FOB HALE, A snisll, newly painted two story House, eight rooms, ou Madison avenue;two minutCM Horn horse cars; 30 min utes l>> Harlem Railroad to New York city; lot 27x100; terms easy. Inquire otC. FOULKE, Agent, Tremout, or J. i.. PHELPS, Beat Estate Agent, 330 Fulton street, Brooklyn. nT LET?TO A PBIVATB FAMILY ONLY, AN KLK ant country Residence in the village of Now Ro '? i house thorough? furnished ; fruit and berries in abundance; the owner would like to remain in the house as a boarder, il desired in part pay lor the rent Inquire ot JOHN KAVANACH, corner or Sixth avenue and Forty-second street. TO LET OB LEASE AT PORTCHE8TER, ON MAIN street?A comfortable dwelling House, with modern improvements, pleasant grounds, carriage house, garden, choice lruits, Ac., all in excellent order. WM. MATHEWS, 64 Catharine street, New York. IIBUT CITY, IIOHOKKN, HUDSON CITY AND BEBtiEN EKAL ICMTATK. To Let or Leant, A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOB A PERSON TO keep a first class boarding house on Jersey City Heights; 16 minutes Irom New York by steam cars tor particulars Inquire ol Mr. BAKHEft, Stacy House, 760 Broadway, or VltKKLAND A TOMPklNS, 1(4 West St IN JERSEY CITY.?A WELL FURNISHED FRONT Parlor and back Room, five minutes from the ferry, In a quiet, respectable neighborhood; rent cheap. In quire at 98 York street. PROPERTY OUT OK TUBS CITY FOR MALE OR TO RENT. ALL WANTING FARMS.-FOB 8ALB?TO FARMERS, gardeners and (arm laborers from the Old Country? Uood Farm Lauds, virgin soil, at $25 per acre, on six years' credit. The soil is a good, productive loam, near the treat markets ol New York and I'hlladelphla, by rail road, where troui 20 to 40 acres constitute a good (arm, when partly planted to trnlt From this locality a greater quautity and varietv of fruit is sent to market than trom any other place of equal area in the United States. It is In the midst of a thriving community, with good roads, stores, schools and manufactories. Female members ol families and others can procure good work at straw sewing, shoe work, but ton mukltit!, clothing work and other branches. Many English, Irish and scotch farmers have settled and are prosperous. Numbers of gardeners Irom the vicinity of New York a'e locating, farming Is more profitable than West on account of the markets, Apply to JOHN B. PAGE, 102 Park place, two doors from West street. New York. Papers containing lull inlormatlon will bo sent free of charge. A BARE CHANCE.?TO LET OB EXCHANGE FOR the Summer, a nice Farmhouse, unfurnished : gar den, plenty of fruit and shade trees, carriage and stable; for u furnished House in the city, above Fourteenth street. For lurther particulars inquire at 180 South *t. AT NEW BRIGHTON, STATBN ISLAND.?A FUR nished Cottage to let for the season ; delightlul loca tion ; $110 per month. JACOB SHARPS, 149 Broadway. AT STAMFORD. CONN.?ONE OF THE MOST BKAIJ titul of Stamford Country Seats, everything com plete, price $30,000; others at all prices; places at every station on the Now Haven h'ailroad lor sale and to let; to-day an elegant village Residence, fully furnished,water and gas, lor the season, at $500. ('HAS. W. WARDWELL, 956 Broadway, corner Twenty-third street. AT CBANFORD, NEW JERSEY CENTRAL RAIL road, 48 miuutes trom New York, commutation $70 per annum; finely located Lots, 50x200, selling now from $300 to $600, payable $25 quarterly; building materials and labor taken inpayment: will build houses to order ou small cash payments. BLOOMINUDALE, 239 Broad way, room 19. AT NKW"BRIGHTON?TO BENT ONE FURNISHED House; also one untarnished, 13 rooms, billiard room ; modern improvements; stables, gardens, shade trees; agreeable surroundings: beautiful sceuerv. W. A. COLLINS, 28 l ine street; HAMILTON A CO., 81 Pine St. At elizabetiiport, n. j.?new cottage six rooms, full lot; five minutes trom depot and singer Works; also smaller and larger Houses lor sale, for cash or instalment plau; also vacant Lots in fine locations, on $10 monthly plan. E. B. Kf.LI.OGG, offices. No. 3 Broad way, 10 to 12 A M. only, or Second street, Elizubcthport, all times. A COMPLETE TWO STORY AND FRENCH~BOOF new House at Flushing; six minutes' walk from depot, 30 minutes from city; marble mantels, water and gas, for $.'>.000; small cash payment. Apply to owner, W. E. LEAVITT. M Wall street A COUNTRY SKAT IN GOSHEN, N. Y. flW HOUB8), to rent for Summer or season.?Large house, ele vated and churming situation; terraces; fruit in abund ance : barn and about l}i acres; will be rented very low to suitable parties. WINO A SON, 417 Broome street. A FARM POR SAI.E?OF 80 AOBB8, WITH OR without the Stock; also a brown stone House and 1-ot in the city. For particulars inquire of Dr. UltlN DLE, 120 Wart I'wcnty-.ixth street. T \ KCI OKI) BARGAIN.?BBACTIFUL PLACE ON CRN J " tral Railroad ; fine buildings, five acres, over 1,000 ornatnenml and iruit trees, and shrubs set out; large cro quet arbor; tine gentleman's residence or suitable tor splendid tioariling house; eight minutes' walk to two depots, terms easy: rare opportunity for some person. JAQUBS, Coinml-xiouer of Deeds for all States anil Ter ritories. 208 Broadway. TAACTOBIES AND BESIDKNT PROPERTIES FOB i R.lIC, Paterson. N. J. Steady water powers. Cheap coaL Low freights. Skilled labor. One hoar from New York. Canal, four railroads. 100 daily trains. J. FISHER JUTTERT1IWAITE, 10 Pine street Ij^OR SALE.? (INK LABOE. TWO STORV, WELL built and handsome dwelling house, containing parlor, drawing room, litirarv, dining room, kitchen and laundry on first tli>or. Five double aud three single fed rooms and sewing room, on sccond tloor. First story eleven feet high and second storv ten teet hiirh, both corniced throughout, with handsome centre pieces. Two bed rooms and large store room ou third floor. Two bay windows on first floor. Hall 12 icet wide, with costly til* floor, ruus through the house. Ample closet rooms throughout the house. Dry wood, milk and coal collars separate?stairs shut off; hot and cold waier arrangements complete; heated by turnacc and open fire places, with marble mantels in nearly every room, making it a comfortable Winter residence; cistern? Altered water, ample even In dry times, stable and carriage house, green and ice houses, Imposing gatewav and entrance, carriage drives in excellent order. ReautitiiI spring oi w ater near the house, Choice vanetv of evergreens well lal l out. Fifteen or twenty acres of land to suit purchaser. Ten minutes'walk irom lluilnn River Kail Koad depot nnc mile from the lart-e and flourishing village ot Wappingers Falls ; location unsiir pasrwd. Rarely a property with such advantages offered for sale. Apply to ANDREW JACKSON or JAMES MARLOR, Wappingers Falls, N. y. JIOR S*LE?AT NEW IIACKF.NSACK, DUTCHESS coutitv, N. V., a Farm of about 100 acres; all good land ; w ill raise anything; orchard of 100 apple trees in their prime; also pears, cherries, plums and all the small fruits and vegetables; handsome house, containing 15 rooms, in periect order ; two large barns and all necessary out? buildings. Including handsome Ice house, well tilled;hay press, Ac.; pond tor ice and watering cattle; grounds highly ornamental; near churches, schools, post office and stores; no healthier spot In the world; uo mosqui toes. no ague, l'arties wishing to retire to a really hand some, open, cheerful and pleasant borne, surrounded by the tlrst towns ami villages in the State, need not fear to examine this. Principal part ot money can remain; will exchange in part lor a house in Brooklyn. Fuller par ticulars by applying to WILLIAM CALLENdER, 1U6 Broadway. FtOB SALE?ONB Or THE FINEST COUNTRY Homes on the Hudson River: splendid views of Hie Catskllls; new large bouse, cottage, buildings, dock and 5,(J0U fruit trees; in complete order; HO acres; all unen cumbered. Add ress C.. 6oX No. !? Post cfBce, Tivo'i, or apply to M. T. WOOLLEY, No. Pine street, room I". JIOR SALE?IN SAO HARBOR, I,. I., A BEAUTI tuily fitted up sea side Residence, liHving all the mode rn improvements; house 32x40 Met, with two wings; J rounds 200x373 feet, wltli fine garden, stable, granary, c.: tlailv communication by boat or rail; property will be sold cheap. Apply to HENRY T. RICHARDSON, 214 Water street, New York. fjlOB HALE?THE YAPHANK ST ATI ON ON THE F Long Island Railroad; good house, stables, Ac , 15<) acres ot laud a mile trnck on it; railroad company pays $:*) a month lor a part of the privilege of the bouse; good place for hacking and boarders ; price 914.0011; one-halt can remain for a term of years. Address E. EDWARDS, I'atchogue, Long Island, N. Y. I/OR HALE-A SPLENDID BESIDENCR, BETWEEN I Cornwall and Kewburg; Urge, double brick house; modern improvements; 'ti acres. :I0 more il desired. Ad dress C. O. i'OKI.1 V. box .VIS Newburg Post office, or OI'STAVL'S BAYLIES, 231 Broadway, New York. IjlOR SALE-A FAB* OF 107 ACRES, 74 CI.K A BED, with house, barn, orrhard and tarmin/implements and si* head ot horned cattle; Ave hours on Erie Hall way; waier power If required; one-quarter of a mile from village, with church. schoolbOlise, Ac.; price $3,900. Apply to JtlllN MOMELY, 1H franklin street, rear, after H 1\ M. IjlOB SALE?ONE OK rHE FINK iff PLACES IN TIIK ' vicinity ol l-<>ng Branch; two ai res, beautifully shaded and laid out; now Italian cottage. 13 rooms; heater, range, tubs, bath, water closet, marble mantels, carriage house, fine garden. Ac.; terms easy. Address OWNER, box 1-S7 Herald ottce. BjlOR 8 A LB?HEAD OF LITTLE N Bt' K BAY, IN PULL 1 vie w of Sound, beautitul place of 2fj acres; house and wing, 19 rooms, large dining room aud parlor, newly frescoed; bathroom and water closet; lurnace. Ice house (tilled), carriage house ; fine lawn to tbc water front, flowers, shrub* and shade trees bathing, boating, fish ing; six trams each way. Apply to A. J DRLA'KH R, Deuglaston station. Flushing ami North Side Railroad; JOIlS C. BAILEY, ."SI Last Fourth street, or CHARLES W. huoers. No. 9 Pine street. VOB SALE OB TO LET, FURNISH ED?A VILLA ON r the east bank ol the Hudson; IB rooms; m>slern im provements foresee, hut aud cold water, larg* tiled hall, hard wood floors and mantels, decorated i elllngs, pia/:-as and buy window, ground high, river view horn near Newburg to the I'at-kills; abundant truit conservatory, cold grapery, and lodge; land diversified with shrubbery, terraces, lawn, tine shade trees and evergreens; well drained aud perfectly healthy ; one mile troni depot und sixty miles from New York; six trains a da v each way. Apply to Taylor a STEakns, IK Piuestroet. EJOIl SALE on TO LET?TWO HOUSES, FRENCH style; one lurnlshed, perfect gems; replete with all modern cotivi niehees; II rooms; 40 minutes from City iiai , .i miiiiiti s iroin boat and cars; location unsurpassed; high gronod. Apply to Mr. MKOBBRD, t? East Four teentn street, TipOH SALE OB BENT-DESIRABLY LOOAIED COUN ? t,ic.wster; cdnlit minutes' walk from Varulerbllt Landing. Staten Island; good French roof house, 17 rooms- iymt and shade In abundance; ^uruueaay. ?. Ireland . Ail Broadway. PROPERTY OUT OP THK CITT POK BALK OR TO RENT. For half, ok lease?splendid manitfactur ing Establishment; raised roof; building 60xut, with 41) horse power engine, shamug, forges, Ac.; loca tion In heart oi city of Poughkeensie, wiili line wbarfc fronting Hudson River. Apply to TANNER, WALKER A McAJSEKNKY, M Itroailwav. ij^OR RENT CHEAP?ON THE HACKENSACK RAIL I road, New Jersey, 20 miles trom New York, House, with 11 rooms, several acres; good garden: all kinds of tru it. pasture, speckled trout on place: n*e minutes from depot; healthy aud dclightful; $400 for Uic musoii or t5J0 per year. 0. W. DAVENPORT, 81 Park row. QARDKN PARK LOTS FOR SALE?IN $10 MONTHLY payments, without interest; prices from $2uo to (900, under restrictions; ft to 10 minutes from depot at Whitestone, L.I.; 26 minutes from Hunter's Point; t! trains daily, from 6 A. M. to midnight, by elegant -Flush ing and Northside Railroad; a year's commutation free if you build before May, 1474; beautiful scenery, high ground, healthy; churches, schools, aud more conven ient to business than up town, Jersey, Brooklyn or liar lciu; neighborhood under i^strictions. Call on H. K. VAN SICKLEN, 133 Nassau street, get free pass and visit it R. R. Hopkins will meet you at the depot. IONO BRANCH AND VICINITY.?BANKERS AND J brokers should examine the Cottage 1'lots which we offer tor sale, situated at long Branch, on the sea tront, and in close proximity to the residcncc of Messrs. Jay Could, 1 harlcs J. Osborn, ox-Senator itayes, Senator Cattell and Secretary Kobcsou; the plots contain from ouc-i)tiaricr to two acres ol lund each anil vurv in price from $500 to $5,000 each , all lacing the sea, with frontage on Ocean avenue. Full particulars from the agents. F. (f. AD. Bit OWN', 'J0 Broadway. MORKI8TOWN (N. J.) CO TTAOES AND COUNTRY Seals t'l rent, furnished or unfurnished, for Sum mer or year. Morristown office two doors from Post office. J. henry joiinson, mi Broadway. Morristown.?splendid country seat, great sacrifice ; new mansion, with tower; every elegance; eleven acres flnn forest shade; will exchange for good city property. Ilox 2,302 Post office. ON THE HUDSON, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE CITY of Hudson?A modern Ootliic brick House, com manding tine mountain and river views, finished in hard wood, with ati elegant lawn sloping to the river, an abundance of rare and valuable shade trees, walks Ac.; Hummer house, greenhouse, forcing house, barn, carriage house and 25 acres of lund, upon which are 2,200 choice graiie vines, 240 pear trees, 400 a pole trues. 2,700 currants, besides a valuable lot of small fruits, with everything necessary for shipping the fruit in market; dock on the place. Price $30,000; terms very easy. The improve ments cost more than the price asked. The property must be sold m settle an estate. The revenue derived trom the fruit will oar more tlian 10 per cent. JACOB K]IARPE,J49 Broadway^ OBANOE MOUNTAIN. N. J.-FOR RENT OR SALE, House of 13 rooms: piazzas, stable; two acres; very healthy; rent $050, price $6,600. J, H. B? 24 and 20 Murray street TO INVESTORS.?A FARM OF 23 ACRES, ON THE New Jersey Railroad, 55 minutes from city, 8 min utes from depot; a fine house and outbuildings; abun dance of fruit: beautiful location; flue building lots; a healthy and thriving town; only $16,000. Houses and Farms for sale and rent C. T. WARREN, 169 Broadway, room 11. TO LET?A PRETTY COTTAGE, CONTAINING EIGHT rooms; water In the house and a fine stuble. beauti fully-situated on the banks of the Passaic River, near the depot, and only 30 minutes from New York; 00 trains daily; first class neighborhood; rent reasonable to good tenant. Apply to Dr. VON DASMITH, Passaic Bridge, Erie Ruilroad. TO LET-FOR THE BEASON, TO ADULTS ONLY, A furnished Cottage containing 7 rooms, 65 minutes from New York via Erie Railroad; references required. Inquire at Lake View Stution, or addross HOUSE, Lake View, Passaic county, N. J. TO LET-FURNISIIED, 11 ROOM HOUSE, WITH stables, modern Improvements, ample grounds, on the banks of the Hudson, Nyack; views unsurpassed. OWNER, 163 Water street, corner of Maiden lane. To LET?AT SING SING, ON THE HUDSON.?A FUR nished Cottage, Barn and five acres of Ground; plenty of iruit and very tine view. Apply to C. N. KINNEY, 152 Pearl street. New York. TO LET-RENT $450, FARM OF 23 ACRES, 30 MIN utes ride from the city, near Passaic; house, 8 large rooms, and barn; fine stream of water; good order. Ap ply to Mrs. KINGSLAND, 299 Pearl street, Brooklyn. TO RENT?AT SUMMIT, N. J., VERY LOW TO A good tenant, beautiful French root House, 16 rooms; fruit and shade trees; three minutes' walk of depot; five acres ofland; situation pleasant and healthy. Apply to THOMAS L. ROLLO, 39 Park row, room 1, New York. TO RENT?AT NEW BRIGHTON, A GENTLEMAN'S furnished Residence, containing 18 rooms, billiard room, with commodious stables, cow and cow houses and pasture; hennery, gardens; beautitul scenery and agreeable surroundings; a sutislactory tenant will have the optiou of retaining a nair ot carriage horses and car riages. W. A. COLLINS, 23 Pine street. CHA ACRES RICH BOTTOM LAND, NEAR CHAT tauooga, Tenn.; 100 ocres improved, balance large timber; will exchange for Northern Property. s. (JANTRELL, 241 Fourth avenue. $r nnn ?FOR HALE, BEAUTIFUL GOTHIC House, beautifully finished hardwood; high ground ; three lots, garden; two initiates from depot; 40 minutes from City Hail. J. FISIIER SATTERTHWAITE, 10 Pine street. Otf* con WILL BUY A FINE COUNTRY RESI deuce; a)acres; plen'y fruit and shade; splendid buildinss, new; wafer in house, and barn, hay, grain, straw; all tanning implements; crops in ground? corn, hoc-, roultry. Ac; ice house tilled;good fishing, boating and bathing near; in a tine village. North Shore, L. I.; 60 miles trom city; 3ij miles from railroad; will be soon only H mile; owner at Houle's Hotel, corner Forly-fourth street and sixth avenue, for two days; ntter that inquire ot WOOD LAKE, foreman Sixth ave nue railroad stables. <&(i r;nn WITiL BUY x fakm house, 7 rooms, ipO.OUU 9 Lots, plenty of Iruit; 20 minutes from New York; N. J. C. K. R.: terms easy; possession Imme diately; tireenville, II. C. A. J. VAN HORN, 78 Broad yvay, Dc Forest A Co. KEAL ESTATE TO KXCHAWOB. A GOOD TWO STOHY BRICK BASEMENT FRAME House on JelTerson street, Brooklyn, to exchange tor unencumbered Lots; heater, range, water and gas. Address I,., box 110 Herald office. A.N ELEOANT RESIDENCE IN NEW JERSEY? Time 20 minutes; near two depot*; modern improve ments; tine carriage house and icehouse; three acres: mortgaged for one-third its value; might take n good Team, line Furniture or other Merchandise In part pay ment. Inquire ot E. s. BROWN, 181 Broadway; or ad dres< OWNER, tiox 105 Herald office. An elegant place on iiudson river for sale, to let or Stamford: and eleiant Place south side Irfing Island, Orange, New Jersey, Statcn Island, Ac. WILLIAM Tl < KKit, an Filth avenue. * FIRST CLASS FIVE STORY DOUBLE BRICK i\ Store ond Tenement on First avenue, price $30,000. renting $;),000 per year, $l4,non mortgage, hy mutual e<iuity, lo exchange for diamond* or other property. THOMAS J. IIo.i Kit. Third avenna. 17 LEO ANT RESIDENCE, WITHIN 30 MINUTES OF .Hi New York; would take Property or good Merchan dise in pari payment. Address W? owner, Herald office. IjlOR SALE OR EXCHANGE- W LOTS, IS THE BEST ' part ot Brooklyn, near New York avenue, for good Improved Properly. .1. WARD, .In , P'.T Broadway, N. Y F^OR SAI.K OR EXCHANGE?AT METUCHhN. N. J., one hour Irom New York, on i'hilaileltdiia Railroad; several Farms, Houses and Lots and Country Seats; one Pve acre*, good improvements near depot. IS.fiOU; one 34 acres, good improvements, IS miles to depot, 90,001); Hun Lirgi House, good barn, plenty fruit, two acres, near depot, is.nuo Send lor our Journal. CAMPBELL .. PIKltSON, No. l'a Park place. ITV>R SALE OR EXCHANGE?A I)E>li:\BLE PLACE, ' on the Mamaroneck boulevard, \ mile from depot, on high ground, having a fine view of the Sound and sur rounding country, two story and attic House. Barn, Ilenery and 21 acres. Apply to F. S. DHHCOLL, 2J Pine street, room 14. rnOR BALE OR EXI H \n.;k?a first class RESI I" dence, with Sfi Lot-, at Delaneo. N. J.; railroad aid steamboat communication ; price *I2.i?K). WM. II WELLS, 202 Broadway. For sale or exchanoe for new York eitv, ? valuable Water Power in Connecticut, with buildings. i. o. bishop, 208 State street, Boston. Sum SALE?OR EXCHANOE FOR A DWELLING IN thUclty, uIsr^e farm in Wedchestcr county, on Sawmill River. 20 mile* from City Ilall; New York. Ros ton and Montreal Railroad runs over a portion ot place; desirable to cu> up in plots or lots.. Address, with particu lars, box 1,023 Post office. FIOR SALE, EXCHANlJE AND TO LET?COUNTRY seats, Hotels and Cottage*; some ntrnlshed Houses; one hour's train from the city, near depoV I' M MASiin. s,.. l ( hqnil.ers atTtrt. /"< RERNWICII.-ELEGANT VILLA RESIDENCE, FUR IT nlshed, 20 rooms; p'tlcte in every particular with modern convenio ces; will exchange tor city or Brook lyn Proporty. J. W. ATWATKR, Rlverdde Station, Conn. (SIXTH tVKNUE it"i LE\ w:i> FIVE LOTS, FRONT O ing on Sixth avenue, below I2*th street, to exchange for a House; others lo trade or sell. D.tLTos .* CONNER, 13 Pine atreet, rno EXCIIANOE?$.\000 hyUITY IN EXCELLENT UN I Improved Elizabeth Lots tor House in Brooklyn; about 98,000. Address OWNER, box 148 Herald office.' THE CHEAPEST AND IIKST FRUIT FARM EVER OF fered.lor rash, or will exchange lor cneap Domestic Liquor*, nearly CO acre*. In New Jersey, near this city; good houses. Address J. O., box 120 Herald office. Till: HANDSOMEST AND HE.-T PAYING OYSTER House on Sixth avenne 'will bear investigation) to exchange tor cltv or village Property, on cash valuation. Address OWNER, box 146 Herald Uptown Branch office. WANTED A *7.\oo<> CITY RESIDENCE, FOB WHICH TT adlolillng city Lots, free and clear, will be given. JOHN B. STEVENS, No. 5 Pine street. W"hsTCHI.STKR COUNTY.-TO EXCHANOE FOR " city Property, a large nnmlier ol Farms and Resi

dence*, ail very desirable for Investment. T. P. PAYS E. No S llev street, room 10. WANTED? SMALL FARM, IS EXCHANGE FOR ?? House and Lot near the lower part ot the city. Ad dres OWNER, box 1*7 lleralil office. WANTED- IIMNE. W ITII ""I. I \ S I?, NEAR NT W \ T York, worth $I0,H?) to $211,000, tor cash, or in ex cbungc lor New York Pmpcrtv. M. T. BRIiNDAOE, 23 Union square. & I Q IWil) ?TO EXCHANGE, BEAUTIFUL HOUSE >P and grounds in Orange (Llewellyn Park), tor House In New York. Ad Ires* T. A. syl'lhR, 421 First avenue, New York. RKAI. KXTATK WANTED. IF YOU HAVE FAILED TO RENT OR SELL YOUR House give me memoranda; have applications every day lor lower priced rentals. ( HAS. W. WaRDWKLL, \ VM ttroudwaj, cyruvr Tvyguly-Uiiru ?ue?t RBAI. B'TATB WAWTM). WANTED-AfT INLAND COUNTRYPLACE IN NRW Jersey, In exchange for a large Cottage and plolt or Ground at Clifton, HUU-n Island. Address box 74 Staple ton, 8. 1. WANTKD-TWO FIRST CLASS COUNTRY REBI dences. worth about $40,000 and $80,000, for first ola* city Property ?????* baal^ ^ Ubcrty 8trce^ SAL.BS AT APC'TlOa. A DRIAN H. MULLER. AUCTIONKEB. j peremptory SALB. I Bradhurst Estate. THIS MAGN1KICENT PROPERTY. conslstiug of 126 LOTS, located on ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE. 147TH, 14OTU AND 149TH STREETS AND TENTH AVENUE. WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION. BY ORDER OK THE HEIRS. ' nailer the direction of the undersigned, ON TUESDAY,"MAY 20, 137J. at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway, BY ADRIAN U. MULLBH. P. R. WILKINS A CO., AUCTIONEERS. THIS I'INiTrSTATE , ,, l? most boautilully situated on high ground, natural soil, good drainage. <?f even indt.the inage, of even grade, anu nms VERY EXTENSIVE MEW OP TUK EAST RIVER, tMi% LONO ISLAND SOUND AND SURROUNDINO NEIGHBORHOOD. T NICHOLAS AVKNUK 1?S COMII^JSi bevoud this property to I?th street. THE KAP1D TRANSIT ROAD, ^ TED the construction of which is. bring this propert^wU^nMm^nut^ travel o. City Hall, havin^be^m .he "^'.^^tarnlly for HALE ABSOLUTE. 70 per cent of the purchase ? ?n ftIl?u\" covenant'w^min^ee "d'e^ VftSd abstracts of title will be lurnlabcd purchaserj^fre^o^cbarie. H M A E. L. VSS&&. 30 Pine street. A'" 3r3rlflCent EUr?POan Van'Sdel, Sr.rUuter*' Verboeckhoven. SfidX' };Sr Koekkock, SfSfSf Kotliaen, ??& ?2crPJl' and 1B0 others. . These paintings have never before been exhibited, and many of the works arc unquestionably tlie niiest tnat have ever been ottered at puW sale In America, having ko l>een acknowleducd by artists ami the best connois seurs of this city, some of the paintings having been PJ*r biased at great cost trom the following well known dig chased at great cost trom the loll tlngulshed private collections;? The Count Le Petrowlecz, iUC V/OUlll ** 'V'",, 1 1 ' . . I* Baron l'lere R. Huybrecht, I Mr. J. F. Vamberssen, Madam Le Bnronne Roel, nee Hodgson, Le Baron J. Rudolph do Urienen, Mr. C. R. L. Zoude, Mr. O. J. Schouton Museum Van der Hoop. Chevalier do Heus de Nljenrode and ol'?ers. Gentlemen who are forming art galleries, and families of cultivated taste should embrace the present opportu iiitv ti? nhL&ln tine palutlngs at a moderate cost, tor the embellishment of their homes, us the whole or this superb an Ivaluablecollection will be sold at auction, without the least rewrve or limit, at the Clinton Art Salesrooms, eve nlnas of^uesday and Wednesday, May 20 andj.'iow on exhibition, free, day and evening, at the U,a\ittAit rooms. 817 Broadway. art- I . ART. ART AUCTION AT | SOMERVILLE GALLERY 82 FIFTH AVENUE, ON MAY 22 AND 23, EVENING. A large and unusually fine collection. For account of Messrs. W. K. O'BRIEN A BROTHER. EXHIBITION FREE DAY AND EVENING. ART^AT A^ important sale ol three hundred and flftv lilgfi class modern Paintings, to be positively sold without reserve or limit, consisting ot the enure stock of a well known dealer and connoisseur, who Is about to make Europe his permanent residence. The collection embraces many line specimens of the, English, l-rencl), nnlirian Italian and American schools. Sks* rsisr'"' WtSSf wiinr'i Accard, E. Bod (Una ton, S. Coleman, Carolus, W. BoddUigton, J. F. Keusett, Backalowicz, ?? Whitiej. R. A., .larvls. Kurvasseg, G; 1r. Williams, T? Doughty, U Callle, Sidney Percey, H. Inman, \. De\os, O. D. Callow, S J (#UV, Billow, Ji; V,} W L. Sonntag, A. Van toyntfaerdt, W. Shaver, It. Peters Gray. R> Van Eltcu, G. AnnflcUI, m T Homlf1 J Krighoflf, W. G. Doust, t E Li Henry. Lau Kant De Mentz Granville Perkins, A.' Van Beest, De Shatter, C. H. < haplu, Hcnrv Bacon, H. Josqiiin, J. Faulkner. JTKo&d?^dne^%hJSd.y and Friday, May 21, 22 and a, at the Art ^H%^uctloneer, ART SALE. TH][a EVENING. A'.owednjsd^eienlni^e Hall salesrooms. "These pictures are entirely new. jn't reeelverl from Europe, interesting in subject and repre-ent najnes fctnl nent in the world of foreign art. ? commercial Adver tiser. "Not one but ?s worth buying, while, Jhcre are a hw of of notable excellence, even in f jimparison with' tJ'RJJW * line pictures that have been oflered this season. Ntv> York World. "Pictures which represent some of the ^st names known In modern art, ot convenient size, and In other re spects as well, are worthy tne notice ot connoisseurs. ? Evening l'ost ^ TROYON. [From the Belpian Art Journal ] comc mTm The painting ?s wonderful for deph, XSak'neers. At the elegant residence 30 Went Fifteenth street, between Fifth ?n<l Sixth avenue*, magnificent Household Furniture, Pianoforte, Ac., at auction, THIS PAY (Tuesday), at 10V? o'clock, the property of W. K. Livingston. Superb Suits, covered silk brocade of the richest de scription, style I-onls XIV.; rosewood Etcgcres; mar qucterle Cabinet Tables: Jardinier's Canterbury Encolg ncurea: Secretaire; Ilookcusc. rare, costly Books; vel vet medallion Carpet*; Mirrors; Paintings by eminent Artists: bronze Statuary; Clocks, Vases.Ornamerits; mag niflccnt rosewood Pianoforte,celebrated maker; stool, Cover; rosewood and walnut Chamber Suits; Mattresses; Wardrobes. Dressing Case*, Bureaus, Toilet Sets, Buffet; Extension Table; Chinaware, Glos.ware, cutlery, lake Mh av. stages or fith ov. cars. Competent persons in at tendance to remove goods. AUGUSTE MARTINE8 A CO.. Auctioneers. Auction notice.?over worth magnificent Household Furniture, Ac., at public auction THIS DAY (Tuesday) morning, commencing at 10 o'clock sharp, flv storv private mansion, 120 WestlKM St., between 6th and fth avs., namely rich rosewood Pianoforte, cost SI,000, u?ed eight months; magnificent Drawing Room Stilts covered in satin and French brocatcl; Pier Mirror*, Centre Tables, lace and brocatclCurtains, Bookcase, rosewood K.tagercs, Turkish Chairs, velvet and Brussels Carpets, Bronzes, fine oil Paintings, Ac.; Bedroom suit*, in rosewood and black walnut, *inglu and double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Ward robes. Tables, Commodes, Hair and Spring Mattresses Sheets, Oullts, Blankets, Ac.; Entiles' Dressing Cases nnd Set*. Dining Rooin?Buffet, Extension Tntile, Bullet, Chairs, Silver. China. Cutlery, Ac.; Basement and Kitchcn Furniture, Tallies, Chairs, Icebox, Oilcloths, Ac. Catalogue contains over 300 lots. Sale positive. N. B.? Goods packed and shinned. LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. BANKItl'PT S \ I.E. ?NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Messrs. HOYT, WHEELER A BBADLY will sell at their salesrooms II* anil 120 Church street, in the city of New York, on Wednesday. May If, 187.1, at public auc tion. under thr directlnn ot the undersigned. assignee <>1 .lames McNultv, a portion ot hi* stock, consisting of Hats, Caps Furs ana straw Good*.?Dated Mav 15, IS#:?. JAMES s. WII.LET, Assignee. Auction sale of elegant household FURNITURE, Tlll> DAY (Tuesday), at li) o'clock precisely, at private r> side nee, 210 West Tw, ntv-fir*t s'.rtet. near Seventh avenue. ROBERT C. CASH IN, Auctioneer, sell*, vl?.Satin and brocated Parlor Suits, two magniilcent Pianofortes, one double round. co>t Sl.KHi; one uraml square, S-SM; rich Cabinets, Maroueterle gilt lahlcs Elugeres, Turkish ( hairs, Mirrors. Curtain*. ? lo-ks, valuable oil Paintings, Bronzes, Bookcase. 610 volumes choice Books, Llbraiv Tables, Statuary, Ornaments. Ac., Extension Table, Bui fet- Chairs, Glass China. Silverware,Cntlerv, Ac. r~ol|d black walnut and rosewi o.1 Chamber Sets, viz. :?Single ami Double Bedstead*. Bu renus, Washstands, 'J7 line spring and hair Mattri ssus, Suit* In reps, fiou yards velvet and Brussels Carpets, Chandeliers, ,vc. V B. -Take Seventh or Eighth avenue cars to Twcntv-ilr>t street. Men in attendance to pack and ship goods, cifv or country. Catalogue of sale ready. Auction. auction, auction. This (Tuesday) afternoon, nt 1 o'clock, the entire Furniture of private residence, 2011 West 21st st., viz.:?Magnificent rosewood Pianoforte, Parlor Suits, In satin nnd brocatcl; walnut and rosewood bedroom Suits'.single and double Bedsteads Bureaus, Washstands and dining room Furniture, comprising all the Furniture of a first class boarding house. AT ELIZABETH.-SALE POSMIVE. BY OKDEIt OF the Court of Chancery ot New Jersey, at 2 P. M., on Wednesday, May 21, 1H7S, at the Court House, Elizabeth, two valuable tracts ot Land, consisting of l.l nnd 4 acres respectively, situated at Crantord, near Elizabeth. Thl* property's beautifully located ; first cla?s improvements In the vicinity. For further particulars apply to DUTCHER A, Attorneys, 2W Broad street, Elizabeth, N. Auction sale. auction sale Over $16,(100 worth and MO lot* 1 magnificent Household Furniture, H0O yards Carpets, at puldic auction, this (Tuesday) tuovnliu, May 20, at I0? o'clock, at the four story private residence, 101 East Twi ntv-fllth street, between fourth and Lexington ave nties ??Vel vet Brussels < arpcts, rosewood anil walnut Par lar suits, covered with satin, hrocatel, reps and cotellnc; Steinwny 7'? octave Pianotnrte, Stool und Cover; Mirrors, Curtains Paintings, Works ol Art, Bronzes, Statunrv, Clocks, Vases, Turkish Chairs. Lounges, Tables, Ktagcres, Bookcase; rosewood and walnut Chamber Suit*, Bed steads, Bureaus, Wash .tamls, Commodes, spring nnd hair Mattresses, Bedding, Sofas, chairs. Lounges Silverware, Extension Table, ("hairs; Glass, China, Silverware, Cut lery, Oilcloths, Ac. Responsible men In attendance to cart or pack goods for purchasers, city or country. N. B.?Take f uui lit aveuue van or ?tiw?h or XJUrt cara K&tiuk. BUJLM AT AWTIOII. Allen b. miner, auctioneer. Salesrooms, 96 Chamber* Mid 77 Reade Mntt Late llonrv II. Leeds A Miner. Established i n 1H47. Horse Auction Mart, :s37,3a#and S414tn corner 25th st By AUfcN B. MINKK A BBO. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, at 12 o'clock, at their Sale-rooms, 96 Chambers and 77 Rtade street, BILLIARD TAULivS. Elegant carved rosewood inlaid lonr pocket and carom Billiard Table, by Plieian A Coueiider; slzu 5^x11: with Counters, Cues, Rack and Balls, in coin 8l?te order; two rosewood lour pocket Billiard Tables, y Sharp; one do., by Kavanagh A Decker, and others of well-known makers. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, at 10 o'clock, In the loits of Mc-srs. lirewster A Mills, aw I'earl street. i.K .. . ? EXECUTOR'S SALE ol the balance of Stock of Brashes, Brush Manufacturers Materials, Tools, Machinery, Ac., Ac., of the late Alex ander Mercier, deceased. By order ol Justiu Conleson, Esa., executor. The stock coim>rlses Artists and Painters Brushes in SSSStf' v??!i2? aSjuntlnuhed, viz., Fitch and Sable, X? h i' Oljders, Fresco and Paint Brushes, ture Ac a" Material, Machinery, Tools, Office Furni THUR8DAY AND FRIDAY. MAYM AND 23 K CHAMIU^M^I^S^^READE*sli%l!!E'n}, . . ... ... , UNRESERVED SALE rich solid Gold Jewelry, set with diamonds and other precious stones; Sterlfng Sllrer Ware, Ac., of the latest and most artistic designs, all of which was made to or der by the best manufacturers for city custom trade Blsiiue and Parian Kaney Goods, Ac., Ao., comprising the' entire balance of stock of MESSES. COVELL, GRAY A CO.. late of ?M Broad way, to be sold without reserve. In consequence of their relinquishing this branch ol their business. The stock COMPRISES IN JEWELRY full aud one-half Sets, set in Diamonds, Ruby. Emerald, Amethyst, Cameo and Pearl, Kinder and Handkerchief Rimes, Sleeve Muttons, Scarf Pins, studs Brooches and Earrings, Vest and Leontine Chain , Jfcc., Ac. STERLING SILVER WARE.?Ice Pitchers, Congee Bowl.-, Berry Sets, Butter Dishes, Salt Cellars. Goblets, Cups, Napkin Rings, Pish Knives, Suufl' and Tobacco Boxes, Fruit Knives, Children's Seta, Ac., Ac. FANCY OOODs?French Cnina, decorated Jardinieres, decorated Bisque and Parian Croups, statuettes. Busts, Ac., Ac. The above will be on exhibition Wednesday previous to sale, with catalogues, and will be sold with out reserve, as Messrs. Covcll A Cray propose confining themselves exclusively to the sale of Clocks, line Bronzes and Gas Fixtures, at their new store. Filth avenue and Broadway, between Twentv-flfth and Twenty-sixth streets. SATURDAY. May 24. at 10U o'clock, at their salesrooms, 95'Cliambers ana 77 Reade streets, GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Pier and Man tel Mirrors, Carpets, Ac., Ac Details in time. J. BLEECKER, SON A CO., AUCTIONEERS. IMPORTANT TRUSTEES' SALE OF < EASTERN BOULEVARD LOTS, VALUABLE WATER FRONTS. PEREMPTORY SALE OF S 100 LOTS on Seventy-first, Seventy.sccond, .Seventy-third and Sev enty-fourth streets, and avenue A (Eastern Boulevard), and avenue B (water fronts). The undersigned, as trustees for the present owners, will sell at auction, on THURSDAY, May 22, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway, by A. J. BLEECKER, SON A CO., Auctioneers, 1IW Lots, located on the above boulevard, streets and avenues, with water fronts. Tho sale will bo absolute, without any reserve whatever. HENRY CLAUSEN, Jr., > Tril?tri., ADOLF LEVINOER, (Trustees. Maps and particulars at the office of the Auctioneers. 77 Cedar street, or at the office of Adolf Levlnger, 261 Broadway. J. BLEECKER, AUCTIONEER. Executrix's sale at Irvlngton, near Newark, N. J. A. J. BLEECKER, SON A CO., will sell at auction, on tho premises, on WEDNESDAY, May 28, 1873, at 11 o'clock A. M., 100choice Bnildine Lots at Irvington, being part ot the estate of Charles Bassini, Esq., deceased, situated on Montgomery avenue and Alpine, Vanderpool, Twenty-first ana Twenty-second streets, between the Clinton avenuo and Springfield Railroad terminus. The situation is among the very best of this fine suburb in Newark and only w feet from the city line. The title is perfect and the terms will lie liberal. Sale absolute. PAULINE BASSINI, Executrix. A. ?ART sale. NOTICE. Wo bare now on exhibition, at 37 Nassau street, one of the most attractive antt desirable collections of high class works of art ever offered tor sale at our snacious gallery, consisting of about 300 excellent examples of the uiost prominent European and American artists, elegant marble Medallions supcrti water-color Drawings. Aqua rills anil Paintings on Enamel, the whole to be sold with out any reserve, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, May 21 and 22, commencing at 12 o'lock each day. Prominent among the works of American artists will he found the last and greatest painting of J. H. Beard, cal led "No House Large Enough for Two Families." Connois seurs will And this collection well worthy of an examina tion, and may rest assured that every worn of art will be positively sold to Uie taujU"St bidder. AKCH. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer. ALBERT B. WALDRON, AUCTIONEER. By D. VV. IVES. Salesrooms 108 Liberty, 111 Cedar and 38 Church street, Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Ac., on WEDNESDAY, at 11 o'clock. a large assortment of Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Pic ures, Crockery, Class, Silver Plated ware, Cutlery, Kit cheii articles, Stoves. Refrigerators, Desks. Ac. The fur niture includes everything used in private residences. Particulars to-morrow. Can be seen tnls day. A RCH. JOHNSTON. AUCTIONEER. Office and salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post office. Household and Office Furniture. ARCH. JOHNSTON will sell this day (Tuesday}, at 10^ o'clock, at tho salesrooms 37 Nassau und 58 Liberty streets, a general assortment of Household Furniture, Carpet*, .Mirror?, Ac. Also Office Furniture. Lilllc double door Sate, several fine Sitting and Double Desks, Standing Desk, Beading Chairs, Stools, Oil cloths, Ac. . AUCTION NOTICE-AUCTION NOTICE. HENRY ZINN, Auctioneer, sells this day all the ele gant household Furniture contained in private mansion 21 East Twentieth street, between Broadway and 4th av., commencing at 10^ o'clock?over 300lots of elegant House hold Furniture, viz., rosewood Pianoforte, cost $!W0; ele gant Parlor Suits, latest styles, rich covers; Luce Cur tains, Mirrors, Brussels carpets, Oil Paintings, Also Bedroom Suit". In rosewood and walnut; single and double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wardrobes spring and hair Mattresses, Lounges, Pillows, Bolsters, Ileddlng. Ac.; also Dining room. Base ment and Kitchen Furniture; Plate, I'utiery, China, Ulasswarc, Buffet, Extension Table, Ac., Ac. A CALDWELL, AUCTIONEER. ? Salesroom, 79 Nassau street. Elegant House-held Furniture, this day (Tuesday), at II o'clock, consisting of Parlor. Chamber and Dining Room Suits, Carpets, Mirrors, Beds and Bedding, Lounges, Wardrobes. Extension Tables. Chairs, Bookcases, Secre taires Paintings, elegant rosewood Pianoforte, Hair Mattresses, Kitciicn Ware, Ac. Sale positive. Bankrupt sale.?notice is hereby given that Messrs. WM. TOPPING A CO. will sell on Thurs day, May 29, 1873, at public auction, at their salesrooms, 142 Church street, in the city -if New York, under the di rection ol the undersigned, assignee of James McNulty, a portion of his stock, consisting of Hats, Caps, Furs and Straw Goods.?Dated New York, May 15, l*7l JAMES S. WILLKT. Assignee. BENJ. P. FAIRCHILD, AUCTIONEER. Splendid Household Furniture. Rosewood Piano, Pier and Mantel Mirrors. Will sell, on Thursday, May 22, 1873, at 10 A. M., at 18 West Thirty eighth street, near Fifth avenue, all the ele gant Furniture contained in said house, consisting of rosewood Piano and Stool, rosewood Parlor Suits, In satin, brocatel; lace mid damns* Curtains, I'ier and .Mantel Mirrors, rosewood Etageres. rosewood, black walnut, mahogany and enamelled Bedroom Suits, curled hair Mattresses, straw Mattresses. Feather Heds, Pillows, Bolsters, marble top Tables, Dining Room Furniture. Ex tension Tables, Buffet, ?plcndid Plate Safe, Grover A Maker Sewing Machine, velvet, Brussels and tapestry Carpets, Oilcloths, Hat Backs, Crockery, Cut Ulasswarc, Silver and Plated Ware, Kitchen (tenuis. Ac. Catalogues ready at office. No. 9 Beach street. ? LEECKER, SON A CO., AI'CTIONEBRS WILL sell, Tuesday, Mav 20, 12 M., at Exchange, 111 Broad L' I r .11 ri H ir A | II a Kli, V II AA fl ftlfWtl U f I* J > 4% t * I 11'(4 Hfl II V* 11Y DANIEL A. MATHEWS, AUCTIONEER.?SALKS I) room 760 Broadway, near Ninth street,just below Mi warts. ^ WEDNESDAY. MAY 21, at II o'clock, at salesroom. .100 elegant Carved Ivory. Pearl, Sandalwood nnd Silk FRENCH, SPANISH AND TURKISH FANS. Ladles urc specially requested to attend the sale?now on view. BY F. COLTON. AUCTIONEER. on THURSDAY, May 22, at lot, o'clock, large sale of rich and elegant Parlor, Bedroom and Dining Boom Furniture ; French plate l'ler. Mantel and Side Mirrors; two rosewood Pianos, tir.e Oil Paintings, best Mattresses, superb Chamber Furniture, decorated China Dinner Set, Ac., being a choice collection ol goods from a storage warehouse, and will be sold at salesroom, A3 East Thirteenth street "pVANIEL CAULKINS, AUCTIONEER. THIS DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 20, at 11 o'clock, an extensive and unreserved sale of superb imported and city made Cabinet Furniture, removed for con venience of sale to the spacious store 12 Murray street, near Broadway, consisting of a large variety of elegant Cabinet Furniture, all of which Is of the latest and most beautiful design and of the finest workmanship, compris ing the stock ol one ot our well known and most reliable city manufacturers, consisting of superb and massive French Marquetoric, ebony anil gilt, Bols de Rose and French waluut Chamber, Parlor, Library and Dining Boom Suit* of the most unique nnd modern styles, all of which are now on exhibition. Full particulars tn cata logue, now ready. P. S.?Every piece Is warranted made expressly for first class elty'cusfoni trade, and for oxcellenco In every respect cannot be surnassed. __ ___ jyKOEE, PORTER A CO., AUCTIONEERS.?AUCTION sale this dav at 10 o'clock A. M., at 2,292 Third ave nue, near 125th street. Klcgant Parlor Suits, black wal nut sulfa, chamber Snlts, Library Furniture. ctulrs. ? * 1 .Hi^AT ArOTIOIt. ,v _?iiAi u AT AUCTION?WEDNESDAY, BAT II, .i?n'i.inok P M on the promises, at Tarry SHe miiiieMk oUbe depot or ateamboaf, term, rer* poniUve.^^^^^ armhtR0NQ. Auctioneer. TTENRY B. HEBT8, AUCTIONEER. URAND CENTRAL SALEROOMS, 6M BBOADWAT. ONE DOOR BELOW BOND STREET, RECEIVERS SALE OK RICH CABINET KURNITUWI ON TUESDAY, MAY 20, AT 10 O'CLOCK, COM PR IS! NO AN ENTIBE STOCK VAL0E OK STOW* all of which was made up for first and in luUy guaranteed, offering a rare opportunity those in want ot really elegant and ?ulftt*?1t'h,1ii anTr? every lot of which will be positively ^'d w'^oUt any re a<>rvi> tn ciuHc. a DartnershiD by order ol the rccci>er pointed by the Supreme Court. The Furniture comprtoea in part ELEGANT INLMD CABINETS. PEDESTALS. EAI Turkish Ull'lirs, Lyutuas. HalUtands, bideboards? goods will be on exhlbiton on Monday, wnenanea. tiou of the stock is solicited. of sale. Catalogues will be ready early on morning oi sai? JACOB BOOART, AUCTIONEER, WBDNKHDaY, May ? .l vfillUni at 11 o'clock, at the auctiou rooms No. 1 North WiIIU? large assortment of Household Purnituro, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Piano, Ac., ?fl. ^ _ TERE. JOHNSON, JR.. AUCTIONEEB. ?I Receiver's wile ot Coal Yard, Lease, Good Wlll and Kixterea, lot West thirty-ninth street. New York, with all the appurtenances, WEDNESDAY. May 21. on the premises, at 11 o clock prccl^elT- .1 It will be oflered entire in one lot, or the personal property will be divided Into lots if desired by the com P TiiVis?s a'very fine opportunity to enter the business ?ml the sale will be positive. ? _ Funiculars at otttce of Auctioneer, 21 "ark roWt n. i. COLE, AUCTIONEER-ABSOLUTE 8AIJS, BY *J . order of the Supreme Court in partition, etelfna* Mnnviiui House. Stubles uud 23 Low, with water iront, also t Cottages, with 4 lots each, on the East River, opp^ Sl^Seventy-Orst street, Ne Vork, at Ravenswopd, Uk* Island City. The residence ol Joliu H. Wllllains, ,[lec?**??; tn i.n ,,..m />?> Tiinrmiav Mav at 12 o clock M?) on tw nZnUes Stuawd on V^fnon! near Webster avenue, Ra 8t reel. Brooklyn. Terms easy. ?; TAMPS M FORD. AUCTIONEER. SELIJ! TH18 DAY. iSmfaemS Ware Desks ami Office KurnIture, Mirrors, Mantel Ornj ^^n^ull'w^Ui m^y thing's u'SJiaTf&r?housekeepers and others. ??? MARSHAL'S SALE.?WILL BE SOLD ON WEDNBB day. May 21. three very valuahle Honw*. BOB DEJT A DENNIS' Auction Rooms, ii-i Pearl street, uan over square, at 12 o'clock noon. p 0,BBIEWt Marshal. MORTGAOE SALE?BY H. HART ^Yi^Til^da^ai By virtue ofchattle mortgage I will jell tl>'s day, a? 11 o'clock, corner ol Filty-flitli streatandiHxth a*enu?? Iliiolotof Household Furniture, emanating ot 'osewooo Bedsteads and Bureaus. Centre Tabhsa, Parlor Suite, Easy Chairs, 0?Pc?'fr *?LkYi Attorney for Mortgagee. ATICHOLAS R. CONNOR, AUCTIONEER. ]N Elegant Household Furniture, Pianos, Mirrors. Car pets, Sewing Machine, Ac., at auction. HUOH N. CAMP will sell at public auction, on Wedne? dav Mav 21, 1873, fit 11 o'clock A. M., at the private resi dence 34 West Thirty-third streeUalltheKurmt^ther^ in contained, consisting In part of elegant Parlor suits IB crimson brocatei and rosewood. Suit In crimson *ati* and black walnut, elegant Bed Chamber Suits In black walnut and rosewooa. Hair Mattresses, patent Spring Beds. Lace Curtains, French ptate Mirrors, Wanlrobea. Arnioire-a-Cllace. square Piano, lull octave . Sewing Ma chine. Bookcases, Cabinete, Ac. Dining J ture-Oak Extension Table, 14 leaves; Kuffe^ Chairs, ACj. rimincr Room Crockery, Ac.; also a largo variety w Kitchen Utensils, Refrigerator and Kitchen Crockery with which the sale will commence. Catalogues at 1W Broad way. - OH. PIERSON, AUCTIONEER.?BY O. . A CO., Auctioneers and Dealers in Real Estate, No. 0 Pine street, Kew^York^ ^ ^ ^ Pourth great sale of beautiful Villa Plots, on the wop? of the delightful Orange Mountain, at Wyoming, 1# miles from New York. Wednesday. May 21. continuation sale of 40 choice an4 valuable building Lots, in the citv ot Newark, near East Ferry street station, 12 M. train Newark and New York Railroad. Thursday. May 22. great sale of 34 building Lots, on Frclln?huv-en und Snerman avenues, and Alpine and Earle streets. In the Fourteenth waft of the city ol Newar*- also same day, oil conclusion of above sale, a desirable two story and attic frame House, 13 rooms and all conveniences, 77 Wright street, Newark. An a on Wednesdav. Mav 28, grand excursion sale ol SfiO beautiful building Sites, at rearsall Station, 17 mllw Irom New York, hy Southslde Railroad; crounds high. New York. OLIVER BRYAN, AUCTIONEER, ? Two Corner Lots, Third avenue and 134tn street thereon, to the highest Didder, cash. Piwn'HROKFH'S SALE.?THIS DAY JAMES AGAR Tnrtioneer will sell, at 59 New Bowery, 600 lots silk 1 other Dresses, lace and crape Shawls, Remnants. Tabl? LinenSheet" Snreads. Coats. Pantaloons and Vert" By order of B Levy, 615 Hudson street Men's Clothing will be sold at 11 o'clock. Pa WVRROKKR'S SAIjK.?R. FIELD, SHERIFF'S and General Auctioneer, salesroom 121 Bowery, will sell this day, at 11 o'clock, ?*> lots Men's and Wo mt-n's clothing. Dresses, Khawls, Remnants, Under !7i..rhinc Bedding. Quilts, Blankets, Boots, Shoes. Ac., Ac! Also "ottti, rams and Vests. By order R. Sin.pso., l'jj Bowoiy. PAWNBROKERS' SALE WATCHES AND JEWELRY. THOMAS J McGRATH, Auctioneer, 138 Chatham street, will sell THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock, 500 lota of Gold and Silver Watches, Diamond*. Gold Jewelry, Ac.; also Guns, Pistols, Musi cal Instruments Ac. By order D. silberstoln, Sixth avenue. rAWNBROKRR'8 SALE WATCHES AND JEWEL rv.?SAM FOREST, Auctioneer, sell thifl day, at 1? Powery, at 12 o'clock, 400 lots'flne Gold and Silver Watches, Oold and Diamond Jewelry, Opera Qlasses, Cutlery, Plated War*. Pistols and other valuable Ooods. Order M. Glucksman, 173 Spring street. SDINGEE, AUCTIONEER.?DESIRABLE IMPROVED ? and unimproved property on Eighth avenue aud Ulst street. DIN'tJEE, PORTER A CO. will sell on Thursday, May 22, at Exchange salesroom, 111 Broadway, at li o'clock M , by order of William J. Weller, Esq., two lull lot;* west sido Eighth avenue, SO teet aorta ol 14l?t street., with buildings thereon; also, one lull lot. north side 141st street, ItXl teet west Eighth avenue. Sold together without reservation. Particulars of auc tioneers, 2,SOS Third avenue and 82 Cedar street C HERMAN, AUCTIONEER. k5? Marshal's sale ol Saloon Furniture, Wines, Liqnors and Cigars this day. Tuesday, May 20, at 10>? o'clock, at 13 Bowery?Chairs, Tallies, Counters largo Ice Box, uiasswure, Mirrors, Desks, Oilcloths. Ac.; also a large low of Wines and Liquors in ftuks and barrels, and cases Cigars, Ac. C. W. CAMPBELL, City Marshal. casttyra sale.-r. field, auctioneer, m O Bowcrv, will sell this day, at 11 o'clock, at 171 Canal street, a (ot ot finished and unfinished Lounges, Solas, Ac., Ac. Hv ordt>r. MATTHEW T. BRENNAN, SheriflT^ P. Mcuinskss, Deputy. QEWINO machines AT AUCTION.-SEVERAL HUH 0 dred second hand Sewing Machines will be sold at aix'tion on Tuesday and Wednesday, Mav 27 and 23, at iiltJBroadwny, by DANIEL A. MATHEWS, Auctioneer. Particulars hereafter. IMIUSTEE'S SALE, by B. A. CLARK A CO., Auctlonccra, ofa large and splendid stock of silverware and Ivory handle and silver-plated Table Cutlery. at store 69 Libertv street, five doors trom Nassau. will continue daily, at III!; o'clock, until all is sold. Tin-above stork consists of rich Tea nets (nc w mylert. Ice Pitchers, Salvers. Oobleta, Mugs, Fruit Stands, Centra Pieces, Epcrgnes, Cake Baskets, Dinner and Breakfast Castors, Pickle Castors Napkin Rings. Korku, Spoons, Card Receivers Ac. Al-o tine Table Cutlery. Every article warranted of the best and most cele brated manufacture, stock to he sold ;n lots to suit btyr ers, and the attention ot the trade is called to this sale, as the s'ook must be closed at once. Per order. r RED. SMITH, Trustee. TnoS. OAFFNEY, auctioneer, OKFICEJNO. 6 CE5 tre street?Hv virtue of a chattel mortgage, will sell on Monday, Msy 28, at I0>? o'clock, five vcars' Lease (rent $.vni), also S'tock and Mxtuius, ot the first class Liquor Stisre 258 West street. Vt/TLLIAM ABBOTT. AUCTIONEER, OFFICE (SO NEW VV Bowcrv?Will sell, this day, at llH* o'clock, the Con tents of Hie drug store In Roosevelt street; splendid 8od? Fountain. Ave brass tcalrs, Show Cases, fancy and labeled Bottles, Counters, Drawers, Ac., Ac. BUROPB. rjruE QUEEN'S HOTEL, near the crystal 1 Palace, Upper Norwood, London.?To tourists and families?Its elevated, pleasant and most salubrious posi tion, combined with tne cotniort atlorded and its general management, have made the Queen's Hotel a tavonta resort of the upper ranks of English society. A/ A. % Ai D%a MEDICAL. ELL, PHYSIC 114 East Tenth street, near Third avenue. MAURICEAU, M. D.?OFFICE 12i> liberty street, near Greenwich -treet. ?MMK. RK8TELL. PHYSICIAN.?OFFICE Nft 1 Eqst Fifty second street, first door trom Fifth av. AND MMK. DESPA RD, physicians.?*! st I wenty-clghth Street, near Fourth avenue. Dr. and mme. grindle, physicianh.-rbsi rtcnca^llOJYest Twenty-sixih street, near sixth DR. KINO'S OLD established MEDICAL AND SUR. gical otl'ce, II Amity st., one block west of Broadway. Mmf. van BOBKXML physician.?residenck 1ft East WtU st., between 3d aud Leiiaaton aveuuuw

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