Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 21, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 21, 1873 Page 2
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F ^ rnr BEAl, WTATK TOK stl.K- _ Ccatiml) Aicfw four story high stoop brown stone front House, cabinet flnKh; IIne location : cheap on easy terms; posxeBSlun. Apply on premise^ 53 Kmt Sixty-first Ktreet, near Madison avenue. Desirable investmbnts?well built four story Tenement Ileuses on the west and oust aides, paying 12 to 13 per cent interest; prices trorn $10,UU0 and upwards S. KRKIDENRICH & CO.. 006 and 908 Third avenne. *OR BALK?IN HABLEM. NEAR FIFTH AVENUE, V frame Honso.with all Improvements; full lot. Ad dress J K., box 2,301 Post otHce. THK LADY W1IO CALLED IK unfinished house on 124th street, opposite Mount Morris Park, on the 18th Inst, can bear of h 25x60 loot brown t>tono House for sale. In the finest location iti Harlem, west wide, liy addressing C. M., station L, Ilarlem Post office. ?1 A FOURTH AVENUB?$55,000?THE ELEGANT DIt four story brown stone high stoop House; dlniag room extension, with side windows looking into Forty iimUi strife t; house'116 feet deep, lot 125; built by Duggin ju 1471. u strictly first class; frescoed throughout. H. D. ROLPH, owuer, 96 Bowery. East Side. A REAL BARGAIN.-22S EAST FORTY-EIGHTH street; tour story high stoop brown stono House, now being put in Urst rate conaition and painted; It rooms; i)rice $14,.VW, oh easy terms. Apply at promises, or to I*. MBNDKL90N, 76 Nassau street A BARGAIN, MUST BE SOLD?THREE FULL LOTS ou Eightieth street between Third and I<exington ?venues, f. OLIVER CARTER, No. 4 Pine street, room 10. A REAL BARGAIN?FINE INVESTMENT, TWO first class Tenement Houses with three Stores, west side. In a private neighborhood, rent for $7,000, price $.'>4,000; will take a good lot in exchange, E. BACH 6 CO., 201 East Fifty-seventh street, corner of Third av enue, under the bank. A FINE BROWN STONB HOUSE ON FORTY-FIFTH J\ street, $16,500; for $3,500 cash and a Conntrv Place. Principals, call on or scud to R. K. B.. 838 Sixth avenue. A BARGAIN -only $12,500, WORTH $WS,000, FOR the new high stoop brown stone House 117 Ku*t 123d street, elegantly finished; only $2,000 cash required, bal ance on mortgage. W. MVER, No. 7 Warren street, room 7. FOR BALB?A SECOND AVENUB four STORY AND basement House, belowttightn street; 26x611x125; in perfect order, newly painted and frescoed ; all the mod ?rn Improvements; piazza, conservatory, garden house, sehouse and brick wine cellar; will be sold low, upon extra liberal terms. Apply to L. J. CARPENTER. 26 Third avenue, Bible House. IIOR sale?best PROPERTY IN THE FOURTH ward, S3 Oliver street, corner of Madison. For terms apo^vto owner, 177 Degraw street, Brooklyn. Rented May Lots?a bargain.?for sale, two full lots on Second avenue, In the midst of fine improvements and ready to be built upon; cellars excavated; 51 leet front; price $7,000 each, and terms ot payment very easy. JOHN F. DOVLE, 37 Wall afreet Positively a rare chance to purchase for less than cost,?a five story double Store and Tene ment House, bringing in n rent ot $2,700 a year, situated In the beat part of First avenue, west side. THOMAS G HOJER, 936 Third avenno. m 5QQ FOR COBBY BROWN STONE, 14X50X70; Mruoius; Etfst Forty-sixth street. P. VAN WYCK, 49 Wall street M'est Side. A bulkhead AND WATER RIGHT, WITH ONE Half Block, 4lX?x8L6. lor sale or to lease lor a tenu of years, running trom Thirteenth avenue to West street. E. L. & B. T. UUKN'HAM, Cu9 Hudson street.? A?THE CHEAPEST LOTS IN NEW YORIC-TWO ? choice lots, including corner, fronting the new parade ground In the upper purl of this city. Apply at once to J. A TABER. 257 Broadway, tecond floor. A VALUABLE PROPERTY THAT MUST BE SOLD to settle an estate, 50x100 leet, at the junction of the Hoalevard witu Ninth avenue ut t-'ixty-thlrd street; price very low; easy terms, by order of executors; the Boule vard is only ubout 498 teet from Central Park at this point V. K. STEVENSON, Jr., 11 Pine street I EIGHTH AVENUE. NEAR EIGHTY-SECOND J street.?A tull Lot for sale at great bargain; also three lull Lots oil 132d street, near Filth avenue; very cheap. K 1'XLY BROTHERS, 206 Broadway. For hale?four story high stoop brown stone front House, Korty-elghth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues; in perfect order; no agents. Ad dretM HENRY, Herald Uptown llranch otlice. FOll SALE?A THRKB STORY BRICK HOUSE AND Lot, with store suitable for any business. Apply at 665 Eleventh avenue. THBBE STORY BASEMENT BRICK?WITH IM provements. 18x40x65, West side, below 63d st: healthy. pleasant location; price $6,300; small amount down. Apply to TREAIJWELL, 636 West 82d st Four jAeasant Rooms as above, $2U monthly. d?l Q ?THE CHEAPEST THREE STORY 9 La>Uv/Ui House wild Lot in this city; 21x!il>xl00; high stoop. 14 rooms; in perfect order, witn all modem improvements; gas fixtures included. 421 West Twenty - eighth street. BROOKLYN FROPERT Y FOlt KALE AND TO LET. TJKRALD tlltANCH OFFICE?brooklyn. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR TILE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUU HRANCn OFFICE, IN THE LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY FROM 3 TO ? P. M. CARRIERS AND AGENTS' department, NO. 7 FRONT STRKET, 'brooklyn, A GOOD INVBSTMEXT.?100 ACRES OF LAND FOR sale, near Prospect Park, splendidly located on the line ot improvements, convenient to steam and horse cars and about five miles from City Hall, New York, situ ated near the "Grand Parkway Boulevard." 21i) leet ?tdc, now being graded, water and itas pipes being laid. The New York and Hempstead Railroad Company pro pose to locate depots near this land, the work upon which is being pushed rapidly forward and is expected to lie completed bv nexi Fall. This property has been surveyed bv the County Surveyor, ?.tri-eta opened and craticd, and well situated tor laying out into villa plots. House, stahles and carriage houses on the premise*, fine garden, truit and shade trees Will sell all or part. A liberal amount ran remain on mortgage. Apply to MURPHY A mccormack, 155 Pearl street, near Wall street, New York. ABtRE CIMNCK.?THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN Brooklyn (three story frame) to rent on easy term*; call and Inspect 428 Marcy avenue. Achat little house and lots ts and w Skilltnan avenue, near Leonard street, William.?hurg, fer sale obi-ap; within 15minutea' walk of ull the ferric*. Apply on the premises. A HANDSOME HOUSB, WITH A LARGE GARDEN, plenty of fruit; immediate possession; Similes from Williamsburt terry; rent $20 per month. B. B. HKlihfcRD, 29 East Fourteenth street FOR HALE-THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWV stone House, in Clermont avenue, between Fttlton and Urcene (No. 43'J;, all modern improvements; price $13,000. REh.VWOOD TOMB FOR SALE?FOOT OF FOUN tain Hill. Address J. K. H? Herald ottiee. ("1 BEAT BARGAIN IN BROOKLYN STORE PROP J erty.?-Small Stores, suitable lor snv Tight business, and also Apartments for families. Can at 144 Ketnsen Street, one door west o; Clinton. G Hamilton street, near myrtle ayenite.? Handsome three story, basement and sub-cellar brick Hou-e, brown stone *toop, 12 rionij, nil liupnve menu. W. COOK, 235 ?l u*hlnj;ton St., Brooklyn. RAl'ID TRANSIT.?CHOICE LOTS, U,X106 FEET, under close restriction*, in a first class neighbor liood, near Prospect Park mid the line of tbe proposed rapid transit rmiii road, tor Mile at $A0U and upwards; u splendid opportunity lor investment or speculation. Ap ply at tbe ufllee ot the lite A. J. WALKEU, lli John street, New York, from 11 to 1 o'clock. TO LKT?OR FOR SALE FOR fiOUO CASH AND balance on long mortgage, 7M Nostrand avenue, rear tit. Mark's place, U room*, with all improvement*. Call at once an above. rfO KENT-FrRNISHKD, A PLEASANT GO?EY I House. convenient to ears and ferries; vluialtv of City Hall; terms reasonable to a responsible party. ' Inquire at 375 Pearl street W KS'rCHKSTEIl ( OlM Y PKOPKKTY MtMLB AUDTO REST. ^ ?W E8TCIIBSTBB OOCNTY PROPERTY FOB Severn! new Cottages and YIIlM,wlth plots 60x100, or bv tbe acre, lor sal* at Larchroont Msnor, on the Sound, two mile* from New Rochelle. This numnlflcent prop erty, counting of M8 acres, witti a water ftoot or two miles. I? beautifully laid nut as a private park and in tended exclusively for gentlemen's private residences. It Is thoroughly drained and each house supplied with -water from a private reservoir especially erected for the use of resident*. There will be 11 miles ol drives through the estate. Eight acre*, fronting on tbe water, have been reserved for a park and liave been deeded for tbe nee of residents. Aji < iPK*nt depot hai been erected on the New Haven Railroad, connecting by a private horse rail road, ene mile in length, running ftrough tbe property to the water. This enables eacn resident to rcacn his house without being dependent upon carriages. A num ber of elegant villas have been erected by prominent Ef.w. .Lkers and n?any mora are now near completion. ThUi is the mom magniheent location In tbe State of New York, and desirable parties are invited to inspeet tbe property and villas now lor sale. Photographs mar be seen and particular* given by applying to SILAS O. ITER OornerltnrraT street and Headway ; I. J'HALO.V, Esq., M7 Broadway, or W*. L. BARBER, Ksq., at Larchmont Manor. A" N N E XED PORTION OF WEST CHESTKHrCO0 NTY? Morrisania, Kingsbrldgc, WeM Karrns? Properties for ?>ale. We pay special attention to these portions of the eounty, having operated m them for years past. In veston may obtain full and reliable Inforinutlon from our office. t. (i. ID. BROWN, W Mroadwny. A ?PORT MORRIS, NORTH NEW YORK, MORRIS ..V. aula. West Farms and other portions of Westches ter county; Properties ot ail aUet lor sale, including some very choice In vestment*. P. O. A D. BROWN. . 90 Broadway. A T TARRYTOWN, ON BROADWAY?A COTTAUE TO J\ rem with Immediate possession. 8 rooms: nice crounds; elegant river views- floe location: rent tflUO per year. F. RMBERkON, 669 xixtii avenue. AT TARRYTOWN-WITHIN TEN MINUTES' WALK of the depot?To let. furnished complete, immediate possession, a brick House ni room*), two acres in garden and lawn; garden plained: fruit and shade in abun dance', on high and very healthy ground ; very retired ; ?lrgant river views; rent low tor stum or year. S. I MHEHson, i,'^ sixth avenue. A T V K RIM.A NOB'S, ON THE HUDSON?'TUB BEAU. J\ tlful Residence of tbe late John Hen?, a double bouse. barn, outhouses, all brick , will be sold very cheap; three minutes' walk Irom the boat landing: three miles from l'eeksklll; apple orchard, irult trees, berries, harden For particulars address Mr*. OK ACE K. /i..iNitY. Verulaack'a. Ws?to<hs?t?? N Y. A WESTCimSTER OOOTTTY TOOrtBTT POIt HALB AWPTO KBUnTi T Y0NKBR8?TWO FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET, with the modern improvements, flne rirer view; near the depot: >700 and $!.**> per year. Apply to JAMES YOUMANH, An out, Voiikfim. A FURNISHED HOUSE AT YONKERS TO RENT? For the Summer, double house, 96 Act front, 10 room*; gas hath, hot and cold wat?r throughout; ample around*; firm river view; flvu minutes from boat or earn. Kent $1-5 per month. Address or apply to W. r. WKLL MAN, ?71 Broadway, New York. MPW BE HOLD?AT TARRYTOWN, ON THE HUD hod, *> mile* from Mew York, Lot VxUi; House aSxSS. new, has all modern Improvements; high ground; magnifteriit river views; near churches and schools; new stable; 5 minutes from station; cheapest place on the river ; terms easy ; no reasonable offer refused; this I* an opportunity beldou offered. AddreaaOWtyER, box 14-j, Tarry town. QACRI PICK.-$30,000 KOR A COUNTRY SKAT WORTH CJ $40,000, mar MoComb'a nam bridge; five minutes Irom Melrose depot. MB Broadway, second floor. mO LET, AT TREMOKT. NEAR DEPOT?STORE AND A .. Dwelling; suitable fort butcber, ba*ery, clothing or liquor store. Apply to GEORGE W..BOJ KK, 1M Third avenue, Now York. TO LET?AT SING SING, ON THE HUDSON.?A KUK nishod Cottage, Barn and Ave acres of Uround; plenty of trull and very fine view. Apply to C. N. KINNEY, 152 Pearl street. New York. JERSEY CITY, IIOKOKIIN, IHTDSON CITY AND BERGEN HEAL ESTATE. For Sale, Bargain is offered at hohokub, n. j., one hour from tlic city; hou.se contains 8 rooms; first rale stable aud four acres of land. BIKER, UEB8E k CO., No. 5 Pin# street To Lot or Lease, SPLENDID BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.?THE WHOLE or a portion of the following described factories, situated In Jersey City, will be leased to a responsible party for a term of years:?One three story frame Build ing. llOxSC; one two story Building. 70x20; and a one story Building, 72x21. They are in a Rood condition,' being almost new, and adjoin and communicato with one another. There is un extensive yard In front and a street frontage of 175 feet. Being but 100 feet from the principal street, within two blocks from the ferry, and on the line ot the Pennsylvania Railroad, a mere desirable and con venient location lor manufacturing purposes of any kind vannotbe had. Apply to J. M. GIBSON, SI Montgomery trect, Jersey City. PROPERTY OUT OF TI1R CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT. ALL WANTING FARMS.?FOR SALE?TO FARMERS, gardeners and farm laborers from the Old Country Good Farm Lands, virgin Foil, at $20 per acre, on six years'credit The soil is u good, productive loam, near the Mat markets of New York and Philadelphia, bv rail road, where from 4) to 40 acres constitute a good farm, when partly planted to fruit From this locality a greater quantity and variety of frait is sent to market than from nny other place of equal area in the United JS tales. It (s in the midst of a thriving community, with good roads, stores, schools and manufactories. Female members of fsmilics and others can procure good work ut straw sewing, shoe work, but ton making, clothing work and other branches. Many English, Irish and Scotch farmers have settled and are prosperous. Numbers of gardeners from the vicinity of New York a'6 locating. Farming is more profitable than West on account of the markets. Apply to JOHN B. PAGE, 102 Park plaec, two doors from West street, New York. Paperecontaining lull information will be sent free of charge. . A FAMILY DESIRING A HEALTHFUL AND BEAU tlful Hcsidence. with the cose.y comforts and quiet oi homo life and willing to pay a fair price, can have a Whole Floor to themselves, In a private family at New Brighton, S. I., half an hour from New York. No other boarders taken. House and grounds large; fine lawns, fruit and shade trees; halt water bathing on the premises; house lighted with aas and entirely new furnished this bprlng; tine view of the bay. Carriage house and stable if desired. Address O. D? box 15H Herald office. ^ A FARM FOR SALE?13 ACRES, NEW noUSE AND good fruit 16 in lies of river view. Apply to J. C. FISHER, Marlborough, Ulster county, N. Y. AT NEWARK.?FOR HALE, A BARGAIN. THREE story Mansard roof House, 12 rooms, laundry, gas, furnace, range, bath; complete order; conveniently located; immediate possession; terms to suit. ROBE HUT, MR* KS, 80 Cedar street. AT CRANFORD, NEW JERSEY CENTRAL RAIL road, 48 minutes from New York, commutation $70 per annum; finely located Lots, 50x100, selling now from $3(i0 to $000, payable $25 quarterly; building materials and labor taken inpayment; will build houses to order on small cash payments. BLOOMINGDALE, 239 Broad 'way, room itf. A -MIDLAND RAILROAD NEW JERSEY.-I AM ? making a specialty of Property on the line of this new road; the Iub<1 is mountainous, healthy and freo Irom mosquitos; 1 have a number of Farms fOr sale, large and small. T. S. SHEPHERD, 181 Broadway. A?FOR SALE OR TO LET, A COUNTRY RE SI ? deuce, one hour from city by New York and New llaven Ruilroad, fronting on Long Island Sound; good house, 14 rooms; modern improvements: 10acres ot land, fruit, flowers, Ac.; bathing, boating snd fishing: will be sold very cheap. Apply to T. S. SHEPHERD, 181 Broad way. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY 18 HERE OFFERED to any oni1 wishing a pleasant Country Residence, or to keep a Hummer hotel; a modern house and barn, with 2V, acrcs of choice laud, la the centre of the pleasant little town of Mendhum, N. J. ; only $7,000. Apply ft E. hook HO LT, ui Liberty street, New York, executor to the estate. A ANYACK COTTACE (TEN ROOMS) FOR 8ALK OR to let; partly furnished if dosirod; elegant Irult; pood shade; convenient by boator ear*. Inquire of J. V. ONDERDONK. Nyack. N. Y. ^ A DESIRABLE HOME IN THE COUNTRY FOR SALE iv or to rent, furnished; 10 acres; bouse stands in a prove of lieautiral trees and costalns 11 rooms; a ohnrm iug spot, tree trom mosquitoes and fever and airue. Also, adiolmng the above, a number of choice Building Sites; extensive views; pure raonutaln air; all near railroad depot; a little over one hour's ride trom New York City Hall. Apply to WM. MACK.AY, Somcrvllle. N. J. AT PLAINFIKLD, N. J.-TWO ROOMS (FRENCH roof) on Fourth street, near New. Address box 119 Plalntleld, (N. J.) Post office. AT A REDUCED PRICE.?TO RENT. FORTHR SUM* nier or year, a beautitnl Place at south Orange, N. J.; the house is very com tumble and is well furnished; the grouuds are handsomely laid out,well shaded and the garden is In good condition; to a good tenant a very low rent will be named. E. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine street. AT NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND, THREE elegant Places, furnished; billiard rooms, stables, cows; extensive grounds ; four medium .-died. Also four uuturnlsheu; rent 9*30 to $1,200; locations unsurpassed. W. A. COLLINS, as Pine street. N ELEGANT PLACE IN ORANOE, N. J., TO Ex change for Property In tnis city. Jr. aiTTEL, I.OM Third avenue. AN ELEOANT RESIDENCE AND SIXTY ACRE8 OF Land, all In the city of New Brunswick; truit iu abundance ; will he sold tor a very moderate price. WARREN HAEDENBEBOH, 68 Wall street A FINE COTTAGE TO LET-FULLY FURNISHED, at Tenafly, N. J., near depot; stable. Ac.; low rent for season or year. H. R. DREW ? CO., No. :t West rwenty-third street. Filth Avenee Hotel. At nkw brioiiton?TO RENT. ONE FURNISHED House; also one unfurnished, IS rooms, billiard room; modern improvements; stables, gardens, shade trees; agreeable surround.ngs; beautiiul scenery, W. A COLLINS, W Pine street; HAMILTON A CO., 81 Pine St. (COUNTRY PLACE AND FURNISHED HOUSE TO J lot fbr th" Summer, or for sale, on the Hudson, 1* minutes north of Newhurt; railroads and steamboats; stables, extensive grounds and beautiful views; fruits, vegetables and milk furnished by gardener on the place. HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street C1HOICE RESIDENCE, IN HACKENSACK, FOR SALE J or exchango for city Property; also some choice Lot* splendidly located ; principal* only need upply. E. M. MASON, No. 1 chambers street I FACTORIES AND RESIDENT PROPERTIES FOR ' sale, Paterson. N. i. Steady water powers. Cheap coal. Low freight* Skilled labor. One hour from New York. , Canal, four railroads. 100 daily trains, J. FISHER SATTEHTHWAITK, 10 Pine street J^AR ROCKAWAY.-TO RENT, COMPLETELY FUR. nislicd, a most desirable Cottage, well located, close to the beach ; carriage house, ics house, Ac.; rent vory low. F. o. AD. BROWN,80Broadway. For sale-one or the finest countrt Homes on the Hudson River- splendid views of the Catskllls, new large hou.?e, cottage, buildings, dock and 8,000 fruit trees; in complete order 1 90 acres; all unen cumbered. Address U., box Vo. ? Poet cfflce. Tivoli, or apply to M. T. WOOLLEY, No- Pine street room 1U. IilOR SALE-AT NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., ONE minute's walk of depot, fronting Rutgers College, a cottage-built house, containing eleven rooms, fine dining room, 25x17; butler's pantries, water and ga.?; one and a quarter hours from New Vork; thirty trains daily; "yearly fare $&-. lot 30x100. Address M. H., box 200 Port office, New York. For bale?a first class two ?tory and Ft e a oil roof new nouse, with bathroom, butler's pantry, Dot and cold water, gas and fttrnace; located In the vary bent part of Flushing, only live minutes from depot; term* to suit Apply to SAWARD A LEAVITT, M Wall street.^ 1.TOR SALK-AT RICHMOND HILL. LOUD ISLAND, 1 on Southslde Railroad, only 30 minutes <7 miles) from ferrv, a somber and variety of neat Dwellings; also Lots and beautiful YHIa Sites; place high, well drained, healthy and restricted against nuisances. Apply to J. W. FIELDER, 231 Broadway, room IS; R R. HAZARD, HO Broadway, or O. B. FOWLER, on the premises. For bale-plainfield, n. j., neat cottage, nine netns; one-quarter acre lot; two minutes trom depot; W,M. Address JAMES W. JACKSON, box 2,074 New York Port office. F?r kalb-a beautiful country skat, in the village of FUhkill, two hours Iretn New York city, wltb 20 acres of excellent Land In a high state of cultiva tion ; all kinds of choice frtoit and shade trees; tbo build ings consist of a splendid, commodious House, with modern Improvements; stables, carriage houses, Ac.; all In perfect order; will be cold very low; terms to suit. $? E. IIBBHKRD, 29 Bast Fourteenth street.^ I*)R BALE OK RENT?DBSIRABLY LOCATED COUN "7 Seat, tronting on the water; eight minutes' walk irom vanderbiit Landing, State n Inland; good French root house, 17 rooms; fruit and shade is abundance; terms easy. fj IRELAND , 201 Broadway. K0R. A8?*L2B KKKT-ON MAYSIDB SHORE L. I., r,_ H 5 ?"'Ate. I1' rooms; fine bath lng, boating, fl?hin?, shade. near depot; take 11 o'clock tiro?. Vi"^ ? *1 , .kLn," Ktilroad. to Kavslde. For ? "PP'y to '? DELATot/'R, sear Douglaston, riREAT RARGAIN-A FARM, BETWrR* NY AC If uisJhVc'uSa *p*r w,UKUt PROPERTY OUT OP THH CITY FOR IALB OR TO REIT. Q.A.RDBN PARK LOTS FOB BALE-IN $10 MONTHLY payments, without interest, price* from $?W ? JiOtt, under restriction*; ? to 10 minutes from depot at Whiteitona, LI.; M mlaates from Hunter's Point, O trains dally, from 8 AM. to midnight, by elegant Pi nail ing and NorUuiide Railroad; a year's commutation tree if you build before May, 1874; beautiful gee nary, high ground, healthy t ohurches, schools, ou t more conven ient to business ttian up town, Jersey, Boookiyu of Uar leui; neighborhood under restriction*. Call yn Ii. K. VAN SICKLKN, 133 Nassau 'street, tret free pass and visit it. B. B. Hopkins will meet you at the dopot Handsome housb?containing tbn booms, in the finest part of Flushing. lot MJixlSS; all kinds of trult: Ova minutes from depot; U train* a da/; this beautiful place can be had lor S3,000, on easy terms, U taken at oace; It It a bargain worth looking alter. HI it KB, llfia.SK A CO., No. S fine street IN CORNWALL, N. Y., HUMMER RESIDENCES TO let?Two, three, or six months. For description, ad dress t'UAS. KETCH AM, Mouulalnville Post office, N. Y. IF YOU DESIBB TO PURCHASE A FARM. ANY sire or price, In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware. Maryland or Virginia, apply to HAS*SUM ROGERS, 238 South Filth street, Philadelphia. Catalogae*gratis. Long branch and vicinity.? bankebs and brokers should examine the Cottago Plots which we offer for sale, situated at Long Branch, on the sea iront, and in close proximity to the residence of Messrs. Jay Gould. Charles J. Osborn, ex-Senator hayes. Senator Cattail sad Secretary Robeson; the plots contain trout one-quarier to two acres of land each and vary in price from S?? to $5,UUB each; all facing the sea, with trontage on Ocean avenue. Pull particulars troin the agents. Y. ii. k IX. BROWN, 80 Broadway^ Long branch.-for bale, a handsome rkbi dencc, on the seashore, adjoining the President's house; is three stories, eight bedrooms, laundry, bath room ; large stable. F. O. A D. MBOWN, 90 Broadway. VTBW FLOURING MILL AND BE8IDENCE FOR i.~ sale?Railroad transportation; very old business{ never falling water power; three run of stones; home market J. UENRT JOHNSON, 140 Broadway. _ ONE OP THE FINEST RESIDENCES IN NEW JER sey, two acres; irult shrubbery. Ac.: one hour from the city; will tie sold at a sacrifice it applied for immedi ately to the owner, A. H. SOUTHWICR, 48 Broad street. ORANGE?^-X-ToTrKNT, FULLY fIjRN1811 KOj for the season or year, at reasonable prices, several deslruble Residences. Apply to HAMILTON A WALL Id, 30 Pine street Orange aud vicinity a specialty. PLAINFIELD. N. J.?FOUR VERY DESIRABLE Rooms en suite, near the depot, with stabling. Cor ner of Fifth and I'eacc streets; box 71ft! Post oflice. STAMFORD. CONN.?FRENCII BOOF HOUSE. NINE rooms, near depot Rood location, for sale very low, $8,000; terms easy. Apply to Miss F.. QUlNTARD, At lantic street, Stamford, or to J. M. BEACH 180 Falton street, corner of Broadway, rooms 1 and i. SUMMER RESIDENCE TO RENT?FULLY PUR nibbed : a most desirable llonse, at Lenox, Berkshire county, Mass., in perfect order, newly papered and car peted and has piazza front and rear, suitable for a pri vate family wishing to gain the benefits ot a Summer Sesldence in that delightful climate; there Is a good sta le in the vicinity of the hause: the rcut will be very low to a desirable tenant Apply by letter or in person to F. W. LORIXO, VAS State street, Boston, or to E. H. LUD LOW A CO., No. 8 l'lne street New York. __ TO LET-FOR THE SUMMER OR YEAR, A FUR nished Ilousa, with barn and gardeu, near depot, at Pompton, N. J. For particulars apply to WILLIAMS A POTTER, 229 Front Street New York. TO LET. FURNISHED.?BIDOF.WOOD, MIDLAND Park, N. J., one hour from New York; 18 trains, Eric and Midland railroads; 8 minutes frotn either station; modern Cottage, liot, and cold water, bath, Ac., to let, fur nished, lor Summer or longer; possession Immediately. Call on or address GEORGE R. BROWN, 229 Broadway, room 24. rro RENT FOB THE SEASON?KK AT MODERN 1 Farmhouse, nine rooms, nicely situated on high gronnd. near Matawan, Monmouth county, N. J.: good stable and carriage room; berries, vegetables and milk will be furnished from the farm; to a family wishing a good home In the country this will be let very reason able. Steamboat to New York dally. Inquire, between 10 and 4 P. M., of U. C. WHIT LOCK, 18 Moore street TO LET-AT ORANGE JUNCTION. N. J., TWO 21 room Houses, with stables and outbuildings, suitable for Summer boarding houses or hotel. Inquire at 306 Hudson street in restaurant. O LET?AN ELEGANT MANSION, CARRIAGES, horses, cows Ac., fully and handsomely furnished; one hour from citv in New Jersey; $130 per month. J WILLIAM TUCKER, 220 Filth avenue. TO LET-A COUNTRY RESIDENCE, FURNISHED, delightfully and healthfully situated at Harrison's, opposite West Point; 19 minutes'drive from itie depot; contains 17 rooms; hot and cold witter, bathroom, Ac.; icehouse filled; carriage house and stable; vcgetablo garden planted, fruit, Ac.; horses and carriages ii'present coachman is hired. Apply to CHARLES G. 8MIT11, Cart age office, Custom House, New York. mo LET-ON THE EAST BANK OF THE HUDSON, J. near New Hamburg, the finest Country Scat on the river; the brick mansion IsASxtiS, contains all the modern improvements and Is elegantly furnished; coachhouse, greenhouses, hot and cold graperies, Icahons* and lodge nt entrance; all In perfect order; the grounds present the appearance of an Euglish park, with splendid roads; rent for seasou, $3,0JU. RICHARD V. HARNETT, 111 Broadway, room P, basement TO LET-FbRNISHED. A LARGE HOUKK ON TUR hanks of the PaKsalc River, near Belleville; five minute*' walk from the depot; rent $M). Iuquire at 164 West Thirty-fourth street TWfarms fob sale-at half their value, at Totn'i River, N. J. This Is the unest rcgiou lor fruit-growing in the State. BIKER, 1IKSSE A CO., No. 5 Pipe street TWO' BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE?, WITH all modern improvement*, 16 mile* from city; terms easy. C. T. WARREN, lij'J Broadway, room 11. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE AT GENEVA, N. V.?A beautiful place, containing 8S acres of land, well adapted for a nursery or gentleman's country seat; buildings consist oi a brick liouse and suitable out buildings; tlclds in good cultivation and nearly all tile ilraincu ; rruit in ubundance and six acres of tine wood land; this is a rare chance to purchase ? delightful home in the loveliest village of the Stute. Apply to UERRIT B. SMITH, Geneva, N. V. ALUABLB MILL ANI? WATER itjWBR?WITH 12 Acre* of land, for sate cheao. Apply to U. F. CIIADEAYNE, Cornwall, Orange county, W. Y. yiUOTNIA COPPER MINES, 12,010 ACRES; NEAR V to railroad; desirable for a stock company. Apply to A. P. SMITH, 37 Park row, room 25. K fWWl ?FOR SALE, BEAUTIFCL GOTHIC W.uUU. House, lieautlftilly finished hardwood; high ground ; three lot*, garden; two minatesfrow depot; 40 uiiuuU s from City Hall. J. FISHER SATTEBTHWAITE. 10 Pine street. <hu ?fin-*3>M0 CASH, ?j,50n ON MOBTOAOE, WILL i|)u,l)UU buy a fine 40 acre Farrfi, with line fruit, stone dwelling, frame barn aud other outbuildings, ad a town in Pennsylvania, convenient to a station Yi _ miles from Philadelphia; it is worth $S,000. Apply to RANSOM ROGERB. SP6 South Filth street, Philadelphia. BUT A FABM HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, plenty of fruit; 20 minutes from K: terms easy ; possession Imme diately; Greenville, H. C. a. J. van Horn, 78 Broad way. De Forest A Co. $6,500 rrL^,B, New York; N. J. C. R. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE* A GOOD CT1ANCB TO EXCHANOE.?SEVERAL fine Residences in Westchester, 4 to 80 acres; splendid New Jersey Country Seats; also some of the best paying and most valuable Farm-, in the States. ABBOTT, 2li Broadway. IEXCHANGE FOR LOT-AN ELEGANT FOUR STORY !i brown stone House. i'.xtM, loflOO, near Central Park and Hith aveuuo; possession. Address BYitON, Herald office. OR SALE OR BXCHANGE?A FARM. OF 80 ACRES, in Now Jersey, i;? hours from New York; good F buildings, fruit, stock, crops and tools. J. AT DAVENPORT A OCoNM >It, 98 Liberty lftreet_ 1&OB SALB AT A SACRIFICE, OR EXCHANGE?A ' A choice Farm in Connecticut, on the Sound; unen cumbered, and onlv IID.OOU. CAMI'HKI.I, A PIER8QN, No. 1 y% Park place. _ POR SALE, RX('IIAN<;f\ OR WILL TAKE PART, ner?A first class House Furnishing Store, wttk exrelleut trade, in good locality. Apply to JOHN B. THOMAS, 99 riowi-rv, room 7. U?OR SALB OR EXCHANGE-A SHARE IN A FIRST J} class wholesale business; the mrm-r parts with It on account of ill health. Add re** A. II. r., llerald office. Fob sale?ob will exchange for oood Grocery or Tea Store, two handsome Lot*, within thirty minutes of BruokJyu ferries. Address GBoC'bB, box 111 Herald office. For sale or exchange?on south side Htaten Island, one hour from city, a House and 8 acre* ot Land, near th* water; plenty of lrnlt inuuire of Washington Market, veaey street. our from city, a House and 9 iter, good battling, flailing and of Mrs. ai.i.iifnN, stand 4 POR SALE CHEAP OR EXCHANGE FOB A BROOK lyn House?A splendid Farm of 6S acres; good build ings, irull, Ac.; about IU hours' ride on New Jersey cen tral Railroad; KELLY BROTHERS, *06 Broadway mo EXCHANGE FOB BROOKLYN HOUSE-FARM OF J. JJ0 acre*, near Doyton depot, N. J.; splendid loca tion; flee soil; good buildings; tree and clear. J. A. DirefPOiT A 0'CONNoR. ft Libertystreet ft HO ?.r. BE3T COTTON LANDS IN OUu Mississippi lor sale or exchange for New Vork or Brooklya Property._Aoply at 98 Liberty ?t, room 17. nnn JfnRTH or GOOD* AND VALUABLE yOtvUU Pafe.nt lor Kale cheap?Would exshange for rarra or small place near depot within <0 miio* or Brook lyn House or Lot Apply at &t Centre street HEAL E ST A T K VV A\TKO. ~~~

IpARM WANTED?OF SO TO 100 ACRE^WITh'gOOD, 1 plain house, barn and other balldlng*, within twu hoar* by railroad. It must be a barealn. State lowest price, terms and full particulars. Addrese KAJ4M, box 137 Htttld Uptown gytnea ottce, tor on* weak. llPmmWOOD CKMETERY -fl \LK LOtTn OREKN wood Cemetery wanted to nurchaae. with railing er without Address, stating lowest cash price, (action and lot numiier, B., b.,x 17* Herald oftee. "TXTANTED?TO PURCHASE A FARM OF ?0 TO SO YT acres, within sit miles of New Y.,rk Addres*, stat lntjfftj* mm must be low, anj full partlcalars, MoWHRI, lleralil otTloe. Wanted for a party, country place, wbst tide ot Ilndson, with water ir >nt or new; N) acre* Qf !?M3f. lf.jgyj buildings. s?ud particular* to A. JOI.RNKaT, 51 Llspen%rd street ?XXTANTBD?BROOKLYN HOUSES, NOT TOO HEAVILY " . "no'??SXr'!Jn?i(,iUxnH ,or free and clear. J. A. DAVENPORT a O'CONNOR, ?s Liberty street IA'ANTED?HOUSR and OOOD HIKED LOT, ON YT New Jereey Central Railroad, worth from $8,800 to *5.0f?! tanocash, balance on mortage. J. a. DAVhM'uuiA tfK;oMMv4?UNrt/?trM(. 8 ALUS AT AVOTIOI. A IXRII H. ftI*ULAUOTIONBER. '""a Rs^ffasdA5s*' """? 66 Chambers and7T ReadO ktr. uL BILLIARD TABLE*. Rlfgant carved rosewood Inlaid f'oar pocket and csrain Milliard Table, by Pltelan A Ooflender; mza 5)?xll: with Counters, Cue* Back and Hall*, in com plete order, two rosewood four pnoket Billiard Table*, by sharp. oue do., by KavaaagU * Ufoker, aud others or weli-kuown maker*. ffHURHDAT AMD FlflDA Y, MAT 12 AND at II o'clock each day, at their tfalesruoms, SB CUAMBBRri AND 77 RBADE HTHIllvTfi, UNKEaERVKD HALE rich solid (fold Jewelry, set with diauioods a ad other precious stones; Sterling Silver Ware. Ac., ot the latuat and moat ariiatte design*, all or which was made to or der by the best manufacturer* for city custom trade. Bisque and Parian Fancy Good*. Ac., Ac.. comprising the oBtir* balance of stock of MESSRS. OOVELL, GRAY A CO., late of 664 Broad way, to be sold without reserve, in consequence of their relinquishing tills branch ot their business. The stock COMPRISES IN JEWELRY fail and one-half Seta, set in Diamonds, Baby. Emerald, Amethyst, Cameo and Pearl. Finger and Handkerchief Ring*. Sleeve Buttons, 8carf Plus, Studs, Brooches and Barrings, Vest and Leon tine Chains, Ac., Ac. STBBL1NG KILTER WARE.?Ice Pitchers, Congee Bowl*. Berry Sets, Butter Dlihea, bait Cellars, Goblets, Oupa, Napkin Rings, Kish Knives, ttnuff and Tobacco Boxea Fruit Knives, Children's Betas Ac., Ac. FANCY OOODa? French Cnina, decorated Jardinieres, decorated Bisque aud Parian Groups, Statuettes. Busts, Ac., Ac. The abovu will be on exhlbiuou Wednesday previous to sale, with catalogues, and will be sold with out reserve, as Messrs. Covell A Gray propose con fin lag themselves exclusively to the sale of Clock*, fine Bronzes and Gas Fixtures, at their new store, Fifth avenue and Broadway, between Twentv-flfth and Twenty-altth street*. SATURDAY, May 24, at 10W o'clock, at their salesroom*, 96 Chambers ana 77 Reade streets, GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Pier and Man tel Mirrors, Carpets, Ac., Ac. Details in time. A DBLAN II. MULLKR, auctioneer. -?? Peremptory Partition Sale of 4M valuable Lota an# 6 pretty and well built Hotuea, Whitestoae, L. I, . . ... to be sold at auction, Wk. ri?<l.!yhu|t*"l#nS l-and Association (John J. , Hluadale), under directiou of George W. Van Stolen, E*j., Attorney. uu TIJDRSDAT, May 20, 1873, at 12 o'clock, at the ... Exchange Salesroom, ill Broadway (Trinity Building), N. T., ADRIAN H. MULLEB.''^. B. W1LKIN8 k CO ? , _ Auctioneers. Book*, Maps and Passea to visit the property at the offlca or the Auctioneers, No. 7 Pino street Now York Whlteitone, Ij. J., i?Otuiles by road, 11 mile* by railroad SS. ki it la the terminus of the excellent Uteanast lJVmirtn0i^'tiu8 idHl|y',rom ?:? A M. to 19 ini? "rail8/ tKmnXiPiiSEly ,?i.cnM: 1" threTntore.t of'ui snow ' " on tlme; never delayed by ice or Whlteatone is actually more accessible to businaM and to pleasanter travel than Seventieth rtreet.^New York rearhaii i,% h?'iV?' wlth?. aP|en(,ltl water-front, and can be ?h5r?i??*y nlSfin an hour from i'eck slip. It U nearer N^W TnrV ? Waahlngton and the upper part of Th.vmlSi^. A" near M Newark and KltzalSth. - r.T.Mil ofl incorporated lu 1869, and la erowlnc k .S streets aro laid out according to a nuio adopted by the trustees aod tiled In the Countv o&t.Jamttlca-, lbt. ?^eou on which^KtL.re macadamized.0 7 * scwerca' turbc<1. guttered and ? Kronnil, with excellent water, well drained l!K{S fSS eSPJu.'.;"""1 u "v" ? ?ll? >??. ????. ??wi ?^iya5e.t'ontA,n"? Episcopal, Catholic. Methods and Presbyterian churches, public a*nd private gchoAii "i'Sld Whlt^tone Telegraph; oyer itwo Inhabitants. with over 13,WW within aruifin. ninir2? 'nil08! snd is perfectly convenient to tho city lor calls, stionnlng, concerts or theatre. y ,or wav ?n^id,*ih2n? uj&fe included, is only 12Jfc. each ?. ?v* ? railroad agrees to give a commutation of each ..#wCrhS-T r?r one yoar tt** to the occupant of each new house costing more than liixio and Futti# ea!?hen?IM* "urKidagood lo person who buys at this sale. Whitestone has Ion* ini mK1 ?? beautiful scenery, fine drives, boating comforts combines city pleasures with country h excellent point of Investment Over 1180 000 xt-Jri -JJi !?? snrro,undlnK the property offered to-day were sold between June and November, 1872 montlv tn ffnnm JStVll!?}S*i *? and remaJa permanently. House* are springing op on every side; livmsr \% chean?. i # ^ in the city. Five Houses will he oiTtarpA liffht ?" Cnui'ic.h wt" u'**e 8 good homo. Taxes are very ) village taxes are limited by charter to one-half of cent on the valuation/Kverylot%<!ld willbe Thw li?^0h^!nI18iftg,"n^.1nulsance3 anrt liquor stores. warranty deeds wUl be given. Printed abatracta of "Weach, from nnaic'e^oUde^lMve wSnd WN,i^irCree"8eUorS"at laW' Uonnotl Building, Terms, 10 per cent down, 15 per cent on June 28 h*i Kjacff cLr"i5MUss&x; A" H~ ~ art. J ART AUCTION AT SOMERVILLE GALLERY 82 FIFTH AVENUE, ON MAY 22 AND 23, EVENINO. A large and unusually nno collection. For account of Messrs. W. K. O'BRIEN A BROTUEB. EXHIBITION FREE DAY AND EVENINO. ART AT auction. {."fl?? ,and 'n>port?nt sale ot three hundred and xiiiK . class nuiidern Paintings, to lie positively sold r?l"-T?aor i"1". consisting of the entire stock of a well known dealer and connoisseur who is llmnt tn emhrspIT'm. ' ?Permanent residence! The collection ^" '?rjces many fine rpecimena of tho EngUah, French Tt,?' ,"\.'taVR"ao<,1, ^m,'rlcan schoola ' nc"' ?> *"? |WwWlug well known artists aro renresentAd ?? Boughton, R. ilinnoux, KnglehrrttT IS irh&S' O ?/> 1 rt" Accard, E. Bodillnnton IBfc H ? ? Van ^pcaerdt, w. 8h7y"-r, I"?'? s: L"Bi. KlteS* "??"?g'OTg; *y>m ?a, s/fissai ?? 0 w ?<lneada " a and A at the dneaday, Thurnlav and Friilay, Mar 21 L'oertv street ' ^WXRD 8CUENCK, Auctioneer. j^RT SALE. fIllfl (WEDNESDAY) EVENINO. at the Clinton Hall 8aleroom, magnificent EUROPEAN paintin03. The?.?i.??.N0TICK8, ?.K T,tE PRRSS. Not one but is worth buylns. while them am n?? . r? mie?ufctutwfSi^'h0?* ?^Len ln comparison with the many KUVpAWJEO. * offered this aeaaon. ^ ?r,e. fl?? specimen* of the Knwasses's eleant* Ka X'k!dM?edV,?S.0Veme,,t laever^ 11Q* drawn by DK LA 1IOESE. jSJssi&'ji*' ?<-? ?< From the Drivate collection of a Rnaalan nnhUm.n ?m,i'i1UI1ir.<K1 bJ|.connols*eurs to be probabU- the best ox ?-A&l6S?N? ^ Ule "0St "? rath?*unustiaf merit*' t . sp^Uneu of hU manner as '?? Vw K.Mi ?? ^ 8C11AEFELS ^TnWiWBS':;' VSSBZ w. fiCr.otn l'?e Boston Art Journal.] We nave seen larger Troyons, but none finer h*? ???? come Iroui tho ea^H of the iircat master Th#? J^Wstrength, brightness anS m^fve The Messrs. LKAVirr. Ancttoneera. ? ? ?ART SALE. NOTICE. We hare now on exhibition, at 17 Nas?an rr.t ??? i?.?%?,ir?r?.x xa &sr& gallery, ensisttmr of ateatSOO nMrnKfiSS?' Mfcr?dS.Ur^*rS ^Ur'^I^r^^ant rills and Paintings on Knamel the whoiA t?2 a5fj SS' Kssfl'ss Sjr&s ks&sf&ZSs: DAY, XtS *"? "?swss AKCH. JounhTQN, Anctloneer. -OVER ?10 9I0 WORTH and 900 I.otb sa cSilri.'ic'.'Ifc. *"d m?rb,? <o? ItocepUon r.Ll*^ ' init n^,!!dr00?" contain rosewood ?n<J hair Mattresses Looag.s,^ftlKir PiUo^kKtiE? ? ?arpets, Ac.; al<?> Dining Kooin, Basement and* Bit^iien Furniture. Hnflet, Extension Table Cnai? p 1.2 Cutlery, China, (J lass ware^roekc rr'ir. Ac ' P'*W HKWBV /.inn, Anctloneer. Auction. auction. ~ Auoririi* Continued sale this (Wedmwlav) alVrnoon ?? i We?^U?tt*etPnearTfh!""il! of residence Jnu Planoi^te FarlJIJ ?muL!X'' m ^Wynlftcent rosewood (MWng%?mMiD ii*k rarVruUro!y r**u"*d b7 ?"?>? EAIUjB, *te flixth avenue, and 1.JB7 Mwtormf' ewceaaMf to h*rU A Hoiu tictura raijm at avctiow. f. it 1jBECKER, HON * 00, AUCTION ImiMrUDt Trusteed sale ot Eutori Boulevard Loti Vulaable W?ter Fronts. Peremptory Mia "at imHutu en Seventy-Aral, Seventy-second (Eastern Boulevard), Seventy-third and Seventy fourth streets, and a reave A, Eastern Boulevard and anm B Water fronts. The undsrsigned, ai trustees for the present owners, will tell at aactioa, TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), may b, at U o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom. 111 Bread way, by A. J. BLEECKER, SON A 00.. Aactioaeers, 100 Lota, located on the above Boulevard, streets and avenues, with water fronts. The aate will he absolute, without any reserve whatever. HENRY CLAUSEN, Jr., \ ADOLF LEV1NOEB, j T?We* These lota are on or In Immediate proximity to the Eastern Boulevard, which, according to act of Legisla ture, runs through avenue A from Fifty-seventh to Eighty-sixth street, thence to Harlem Elver and through Seventy-second street Itom avenue A to Central Park, and are In Close vicinity of the tern in us of the Long Island City Bridge, which will conneut New York with Long Island Olty, and within a few minutes of the new Harlem steam boat leading, bringing them within twenty minutes trom Pulton ferry. . They are situated on high ground, affording an exten sive view over the East and Barlem rivers, Iiong Island Sound, Hell Oate and surrounding scenery. The removing of the Hell Oate obstructions is to be completed by July 4, this year, which will un doubtedly Increase the value of this property very mate rially. Sixty per cent may remain on bond and mortgage. Maps and particulars at the office of the auctioneers, 77 Cedar street, or at the office of ADOLF LEVINQER, Ml Broadway. Albert b. waldron-auotionebr. By D. w. IV1SS. Salesrooms 109 Liberty, 111 Cedar and 38 Church street Furniture. Carpets, Undoing, Ac. THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock, a large assortment of Parlor and Library Suits, fine Chamber Shits, Bedding of every description. Bookcases, Buffets, Wardrobes, Extension and Centre Tables. superb Plated Wares in variety, American and foreign Cutlery, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstands, Bedroom and fining Room Chairs, Kitchen Articles, all kinds; mechanics' aud gardeners' Tools, OtHce Furniture in variety, S Uold Watches and Revolvers. Carpets, oUcloths and crumbcloths, Ac. The rate will commence in basement with secondhand Goods trom residences and continue on Church street sidewalk with Carpets, OH and Crumbcloths, and then in salesrooms with assignees' stock of Furniture. To-inor row, Horses, Wagons and Harness, ? Arch, johnston, auctioneer Ofloe and salesroom 37 Nassau street Horse Auction Branch II to 23 Kast Thirteenth street Carriage Repository 8 Cortlaud siree. FINE UOUSEBOLD FURNITURE. ROSEWOOD pianoforte. OIL PAINTINGS, KKAL BRONZES, FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS, carpets, *01 ARCH. JOHNSTON WILL SELL AT AUCTION On FRIDAY, May 23, at l?? o'clock, AT ?5 NINTH STltEKT, NEAR broadway, all the Furniture contained in said nouse, >bcing in part carved rosewood, walnut and mahogany Parlor Suite, in satin; Dining Room Furniture, Bedroom Suits, antique Sideboards, Chairs and Sofas, in mahogany; fine French Plate Mirrors, real Bronses, Mantel Sets, Ac.; Chinese Ware, flue French China Dinner and Deswrt Set, decorat ed crystal cut Olassware, all the covered balr Mattresses, leather Beds, Plllews, Ac. An elegant rosewodo Colibrl l'ianotorte, velvetand Brussels Carpets, together with the Kitchen Furniture, with which the sale will comnieuce. A UCTION SALE. JOHN H. FRENCH, Auctioneer. Watches, Jewelry, Solid Silverware, opera ulasses, Ac. GEO. C. ALLRN, 841 Broadway, near Fourteenth street, is soiling off his entire stock of Gold stom-wludinir watches. Diamond and Enamelled Watched. American and .Swiss Watches, gold aud silver. Every watch warranted. Gold, Etruscan, Cameo, uaruet, onyx and Jet Earrings and Plus, tl race lets, Lockets, Necklaces, Watch Chains, Diamond Kings. Seal Rings. Cameo and Pearl Kings, Pencils, Sleeve Buttons, Muds, Ac., solid Sliver Spoons, Forks, Ao. Day and evening thla week; U A. M., 7% P. M. A Caldwell, auctioneer. ? Salesroom, 79 Nassau street, Aew and second hand Furniture, by order Executors. Tills day (Wednesday), atU o'clock, 15 very elegant i'ar lor suits, In reps aud salin; tun Chamber Suits, la Dining Room and Library Suits, Extension Tables, chairs, hair Mattresses, leather Beds, Pillows and Blankets. Carpet* Mirror*. Oil Paintings, Bookcases, Wardrobes, Office Fur niture, Lounges, Rockers, Hat Stands, uilvarware, crock cry. Kitchen Utensils, Ac.; also two magnificent rose wood Pianofortes. An extraordinary chauce lor house keeper*, as every lot will positively bo sold without re serve. Special attention ot those In wunt of first class furniture is called to the sale. Goods boxed on the prem ises tor shipment. Auction sale of eleoant household Furniture, THIS DAY (Wednesday;, at 10 o'clock precisely, at residence S10 West 2ist st, near 7th a v. R. C. CASniN, Auctioneer, sells, via.Satin and or or a tel Parlor suits, two magnificent Pianofortes, one double round, cost $l,tM):one grand square, $3<JU; rich .Cabinets, murqueterie, gilt Tables; Etugeres. Turkish Chairs, Mir ror*, Curtains, Clocks, valuable Oil Patnuugs, Bton/.es, Bookcase, 5(JU volumes ciioioe Books, Library Tables, Statuary. Ornament*, Ac.; Extension Table, Buffet, Chairs, Glass, China, Silver Ware; Cutlery, Ac. Solid black walnut and rosewood Chamber Sots, viz.single and double Bedstead** Bu reaus, Washstands, 27 One spring and hair Mattresses, Suits In reps, tiuu yards velvet and Brussels Carpets, Chan deliers, Ac. N. B.?Take 7th or 8th av. cars to list street. Attendants to pack and ship goods, city or country, cata logues of sale reu tly. Auction notice.-over $m,uoo worth magnificent Household Furniture, Ac., ?t public auction Tills DAY, Wednesday morning, commencing at 10 o'clock sharp. at private five story mansion 130 West i.d st, between tith and 7th a vs., namely Rich rosewood Pianoforte, cost $1,000, used eight months; magnificent drawing room Suits, covered in crimson sauu aud French brocatel; Pier Mirrors, Cen tre Tables, lace Curtaius, cost $71) per window; br oca tel Curtain, Bookcase, rosewood Etugeres, Turk Ish Chairs, velvet and Brussels Carpets, imported Bronzes, tine Oil Paintings', Ac.; Bedroom suits in rosewood and solid black walnut single and double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Commodes, Wardrobes, ladies' Dressing Case, Shaving stands, superior curled hair Mat tresses, Spring Beds, Sheets, guilts, Blankets Ac. Dining room?Black walnut Buffet, Extension Table, Chairs, Sli ver and China Ware. Cutlery, Ac.; basement and kitchen Furniture, Tables, Cnairs, Ice Box, Oilcloths, Ac. Cata logue contains over 300 lots. Sale positive. N. B.?Goods packed and shipped for purchasers, city or cauntry. LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. A tmnoN SALE. AUCTION SALE. A Over $14,000 worth, and over wo Lots. Magnificent Household Furniture, 8UU yard*Carpeta, at public auction, this (Wednesday) morning. May II, at 10^ o'clock, at the four story private residence, lot East Twenty-filth street, between Fourth and Laxiugtoa avenues. Velvet Brussels Carpet*, rosewood and walnut Parlor Snlts, covered in satin, brocatet, reps and cotoUne; sieinway octave Pianoforte, Stool and Cover: Mirrors, Curtains. Paintings, Works of Art, Brouses and Statuary, Clocks, V ases, Turkish Chairs, Lounges, Tables, Etegeres, Bookcase, rosewood and walnut Chamber Furniture, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstead.Commodes, spring and hair Mattresses, Bedding, Solas, Chairs, Lounges Silver ware, Extension Table, Buffet, Ola**. China, Cutlery, Oilcloths, Ac. Responsible men in attendance to cart or pack goods lor purchasers, city or country. N. M.?Take Fourth avenue cars or stages, or Third avenue cars to Twenty-fifth street AT THE BLEGANT RESIDENCE Stf West Fif teenth street, between Filth and Sixth avenues, magnificent Household Furniture, Pianotorte, Ac., at anctlob, THIS DAT (Wednesday), atlUK o'clock, the property of w. R. Uvlugnton. Superb Butt* covered ?Uk brocade ot the richest de scription, style Louis XIV. -.rosewood Etegere*, m a roue try Cabinets, Tables, Jftrdluierea, Canterbury hn cotgnuras. Secretary, Bookcase; rare, costly Books; vel vet, medallion Carpets. Mirrors, Paintings by eminent artists, bronze Statuary, Clocks, Vases, Ornaments, mag nificent rosewood Pianoforte, celebrated maker, Stool, Cover; roaewood, walnnt Chamber Suits, Mart reuses. Wardrobe, Dressing Cases, Bureaus, Toilet Sets, Buffets, Extension Table, Chinaware, Glassware, Cutlery, Ac. Take ftth av. stages or 6th av. cars. Competent persons In attendance to semove goods. AUGUST MARTINET, Auctioneer. BENJ. P. FAIRCHILD, AUCTIONEER. Splendid Household Furniture. Rosewood Piano, i'iur and Mantel Mirrors. Will sell, on Thursday, May ?2, IS73, at It) A. M., at IS West Thirty-eighth street, near Fifth avenue, all the ele gant Furniture contained in said house, consisting of rosewood Piano and Stool, ronewood Parlor Suite, In satin, broratel; laco and damask Curtains, Pier and Mantel Mirror*, rowwood Ktaireras, rosewood, black walnnt mahogany and enamelled Bedroom Suits, curled hair Mattroares, straw Mattresses. Feather Mods. Pillows, Bolsters, marble top Tables, Dining Room Furniture, Ex tension Tables, Buffet splendid Plato Sale, Grover A Baker Sewing Machine, velvet, Brussels and tapestry Carnsts, Oilcloths, Hat Hacks, Crockery. Cut Glassware, Bllver and Plated War*, Kitchen Utensils. Ac. Catalogues ready at office. No. 9 Beach street. BY a W. DAUCHY, AUCTIONEER. 4 DAUCHY A JOHNSON * sell this day, at 1 o'clock, at Ui Canal street, a law* and desirable assortment offlonsebold Furniture, 09b*?!?* of Parlor Suit*, in piusli, reps and halrclotkj bjack wilnut ChamberMl' Carpets, CHiciotha.^uVJ*?fi Chalrlf Sofa*,' I^.^bidVtoca-T-RoclSi Chaw. Window Curtains and Shade*, Crockery and OTassware, Sewing Machines, Table Cutlery, Kitchsu iurtutufe, Ac,} % to^atl'MMBl* **d BuuaM'las ?tends, Bedstoadi c^ls, Mattt^i, lows; 30to 40 fine Velvet Tapestry, three-i Carpets. OHclolha. Run. ?gk HAlifBB if ATTCriOM. BV A. D. MKLLlOt JR. * BRO. _ Auctioneers Had Dealers In New Jermy Seal Batata, No. 6 Pine street, Hew York. AltUOLUTli PUBUO KAUJ OHOlCE BUtLDIWO LOTd, in _ PROSPECT PARK. ? . AJjolnliw the ciir of Peterson. M. wkAd^ma"?7^. at 1S:? P. M., on the pramteea. These lot* are most beaatlfully nteated.on Prf,c*t^ Jay, Oak and Chestnut streets and Blw<^ ai^<^is4 commandiug morft eiUinwve itntl Valley, and looking directly down on the city ot ****KAJlY WALKING DISTANCE FBOK TUBBK STATIONS. Streets aU graded. Special train by Brie Railway, from foot of Chan*eca anil T weuty-tUira streets at 11:15 A M. Luncheon before the sale, t>t johm h. dka'pbbToo-, aoctxokbbka . j XJ The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company wli^*U TQNg 80RAirr0!( C L ^ . at nubile auction on Wednesday, Mmy 28, at 12 o cMB noon, at 16 Krctiange ?^|aiihbI. bimaM, Presldant T DANIEL A. MATHEWS, AUCTIOtTKBB.-8A LE^ room 7W Broadway, near Ninth street, Just be law Stawart'a 0n todnkspaY. mat n, at II o'clock, at salesroom. 500 elegant Carved Ivory, Pearlt Sandalwood and kmc 500 fR?NCH, SPAM ISn AMD fDBKIBH rAMB. Ladles are specially requested to attend the sale now on view. _ BT r. COLTON, APCTIOMBEB. Kich Household Pnrnltwa. _ , on Friday May 23. at lUK o'clock, at the salesroom Mlid Thirteenth street, near Jro"^*/ nhL.*rIfir,^lt?f Parlor Suits, carved black walnut Chamber Suits, nw steads. Bureau*. Armoire, Wardrobea. best hair Mat treaties. Bedding. Lace and BrocatelCurtalns, Loungea Easy chairs. Turkish Furniture, French plate Pier and Mantel Mirrors, Oil Paintings and EnpTavlngs. Dlalaf Roe in Furniture, Bullet, Extension Tables, deooraUjd China Dinner Bet out Glassware, silver plated War*. At 1 o'clock?Three rosewood Pianos, city makers. BY JOHN A DUNN. AUCTIONEER. SALESROOM, ST Bowery, will sell this day, at 10K o'clock, 166 Grand street, under Centre Market, the contents of anew and second hand Furniture Store, consisting ot halreletki and cane seated Chairs. Sofas and Lounges, Bureaaa leaf Tables, Mirrors, cottage Suite, hair and husk Mat tresaea. Desks, Carpets. Tin ware, Crockery. Lamp a. Ac. B- TmreOKT SALE.?NOTICE IS HEBEBT GIYRM Umt Mewrs. HOYT. WnF.ELER A BRADLY wUl sell I at their salearooms, lli and 120 Church street, In the ettp of New York, on Wednesday, May 28, tion, under the direction oi the undersigned, aMteneeot James McNultv, a.portion U*** Caps. Furs and Straw Bankrupt sale.?notice is hereby <htbm th?t MeVrs-WM TOPPING ft CO. will sell on Thnra dav May a? pubUc auction, at their salesroom* lj/fchurch street, In the city ot New York, under reetlon oi the undersigned, malgnee of James McNulty.a portion of hU stock, consiatta^ of Hate. Caps, Furs ana Straw Goods.?Dated Am1w ODGE'fl MANSION HOUSB, MACOMB'S DAM. DING EE, PORTER * Oo? Auctioneers. sell* this da v, on the premises, At 10 o clock A. the Furniture, liar Fixtures,Wines. jf)geUl8r w,t* wagons. Harness, Slelifhs and an elegant Pony Turnout complete, belngtbe entire oontrate and stock of abore hotel. Steamboatfrom.????? Bridge and stages from 186th ft. and Eighth air, to doafc FOR SALE AT AUCTION-WEDNESDAY, MAT it. 1873, at 2 o'clock P. M., on the premises, at Tnrry town. a very desirable Property, consisting ot a and lot; lotWxKM feet: situated on Main street. wlUiln ono minute's walk of the depot or steamboat; terma >ay caay; suto P0Sltlve-DANIBIj ARMSTRONG. Auctioneer. JKRR JOHNSON. JB.. AUCTIONEER. Receiver's sale ot Coal Yard, Lease, Good WUl and Fixtures, 101 West thirty-ninth street, New York, with all the appurtenancea, WEDNESDAY. May 21. on the premises, at 11 o'clock precisely. . It will be oflorcd entire in one loL or the persoaai property will be divided into lots If desired by the coaa tMTlu??sTvery fine opportunity to enter the buslneaa, and the sale will be positive. ' . . T Particulars at office of Auctioneer, 21 Park row, w. ?? J COLE, AUCTIONEER.?ABSOLUTE SALE, BY OK . derof the Supreme Court in partition; elegant Mwa ston House, Siablos.and 23 Lots, with valuable water front, also 2 Cottages, with i lots cach, on the hast River, oppo site seventy-flret street, Ne v York, at "*y.e?8!y Island City. The residence of John H. WlUiama, decaaaad, will be soul on Thursday, May 22, at 12 o'clock M? on JM premises, situated on Vernon, near Webs veuawood, under G. M. Stevens, reieree; the large Man s? Mssttiswis those wishing to purchase wUl exainina the proper^. For maps and full particulars apply to RICHARD CHOAT A SMITH, 49 Wall street. C. E. WILLIAMS. WT and 11)9 Franklin street, or to the auctioneers, 38# Faltan street, Brooklyn. Terms easy. JACOB BOGART, AUCTIONEER?MARSHAL SALK this day, at 11 o'clock, at 52 and M Greenwich straet, ? lot of Machinery, Office ^^kmiSON0; MarshaL_ 1 TAOOB BOGART, AOmONKKR.-THIS DAY AT U ?| o'clock, at the Auction Booms No. 1 North William street. Household furniture. Plnno, Iron Safe. Carpeta* Ac., consisting ot a lar^e assortment ot Furniture. ro^ , wood Bedsteads aad Dressing Bureaus, Sofa.^ Wnrdr<?be inarblo top Centre Tables, mihoginy ' steadi Ex'tenslon DIn 1 ng Tables, Chalra, Sola Wlsteada. Looking Glasses. Kngravfngs, spring Mattresses^ Beds ami Beddina Kitchen Furniture, Betrlgerators, Vervat Brussels' and Ingrain Carpets, Matting, one Nuaaa A Ciar^ rosewood 'Viano. a[so Marshal's ?le o.eiM bafe, one spring Cart. H. B. FERGUSON, Marshal. MORTOAGE SALE.?C.REAT BARGAIN AT PRIYATK sale this day?Stork, Fixtures and valuable Laasa 01 well estab'lsheu, excellent paying IJry MaV terms easy to a business man with small capital, max BAYERSDOKFER, Attorney tor Mortgagee, <3 Bo wary, corner of Canal street. Fouwbold' Kurniiurr riADWi, Mirror* C^r in contained, consisting In part of elegant Partor crimson brocatei and rosewood^ Sult ln crimson satiu anil bli&ck walnut, elegant Bad Chamber Suits in blac* walnut and rosewood. Hair Mattresses, patent Spring Beds, Lace Curtains, French piate Minora, Wardrobsa. Armolro-a-Giace. square Piano, lull octave, 8e wlng Ma chine, Bookcases, Cabinets, ?c. Dining Room Furni ture?Oak Extension Table, 14 leaves; Dining Room Crockery, *c.; also a-'*r??n Kitchen Utensils, RetYlgerator and Kltchen t.rockar^ with which the sale will eommcnce. Catalogues at UN Broadway. : ^PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?THIS DAY JAMES AGAR. P Auctioneer, will sell, at M New Bowery, at U o clock. W? lots Silk aad other Dreigca Lace andgCrape^ hawla. Underclothing. Remnant*, Table Liiwn. Sheets, spreaaa. Pillows. By order of J. A. Jarman, 188 Vartca street. T>AWNBRo"KEB'8 sale?watcubs anp jbwblky X B. FIELD, SherttTs and General Auctioneer, Salesroom 121 Bowery, Will sell THIS DAT. at 11 o'clock. 650 lots Gold aad Silver Watches. Diamond and Gold Jewelry, Pins, Rings, Earrings, Gold Guard, Fob and Vest Chains, Ac.. *c. Also Guns, Pistols. Musical and ? Mathematical Instruments. By order Simpson, Greene k Co., UH Bowery. P?1,0 AN OFFICE SALE.?WATCHES AID ? Jewelry.?Thurslay JAMES AOAB, Auctioneer, will Mil, at 54 Sew Bowery, at 1J o'clock, NO lots Oeid ami Silver Watches, Gold and Diamond Jewelry, Chains, Earrings, Bracelets. Opera Olasses, Guns, Pistol*. Silver Ware, isllka, I .aces, Men's and Women's Clothing and other fine goods. By order of the executors oi the lata Joseph A. Jackson, 813 Broadway. PAWNBROKER'S SALE ?WM. J. INORAHAM WILL sell on Thursday, at 11 o'clock, at #8 New Bowery. 500 lots fine Silk Ureases, Remnants, Sheets, Boole and Shoes, Ceats, Pants, PUtols; also a variety of other goods. Order of E. Kaltu, 204 Grand street. Brooklyn, E. D. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?SAM FOREST, AUCTION eer, sells this dav, at 17 Bowory, at It o'clock, S0?lot* men's and women's "flne Clothing, silk Dresses. Saogues, Remnants, broc tie, lace Shawls, Sheets, Spreads, Shoes. Coats, Pants and other goods. Order H. Oopperaan. Catharine street. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?THOMAS J. M'ORATH, Auc tioneer, 133 Chatham street, will aril this day. a* 11 o'clock, BOO Lots or Mens' and Womena' Clothing. Oteaars. Shawls, Remnants, Bedding, Boots, Shoes, Ac.; also Coats, Pants and Vests. By order of (i. Fredrleks. Bleecker street Ru?TEE'b SALE, by B. A. CLARK A CO., Auctioneer^ of* lanr? and snlendld stock of silverware and Ivery handle and silver-plated Table Cutlery. at store so Liberty street. Ave doors from Nasaee, will continne daily, at 10'? o'clock, nntll all la sold. The above stock consists ot rich Tea Sets (new styles!, ? mi U ncvoiTDii) ?*? uiaw sauic vhhvi/. Every article warranted of the best and moat cele brated manoiacture. Stock to be sold in lots to suit buy ers, and the attention of the trade is called to this sale, as the stock must be cloaad at once. Per order. KRED. SMITH, Trustee. H08. OAFPNEY, AUCTIONEER, OFPIOEJNO.B CBN tre street?Br virtue of a chattel mortgage, wm sell on Monday, May It, at 10? o'clock. Are years' Lease (rent $VKT>, also Stock and Fixtures, of the first claas Liqaor Store 2fi8 West street frrTLLfAM "KBNNBLLT, SHERIFF'S AUCTIONEER^ TT will sell at auction, on Thursday, May 8, at U o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, U1 Broadway, three lull Lots, on south side of 114th street, 235 feet east of Second avenue. Sale positive. AHTUOLOeT. A TTENTION!?ORIGINAL MME. BYRON, SPIRIT jV ualist; unerring advice upon business, sickneaa, lovw. Ac. 814 Fourth avenne, near Twenty-third street. ATTENTION.?KNOW THY DESTINY.?AFTER TOIT have been deceived and lost faith go to 1M West Forty-flrst street, near Broadway. Consult this wonder fully gifted Clairvoyant; acknowledged by all unequalled; ^iyes luck in business, causes marriages. Talis every A TEST.?MBS. VANSISE, HUSINF.S8 AND MEDICAL clairvovant spiritualist tells name, day of marriage, brings together those long ncoaiated, irlv'ea positive In formation on all affairs of tite ; no satisfaction no pay. 631 Second avenue, corner of Thirty-tourth street A LL THINGS REVEALED,??0 CHARGE UNLESS "?ti?fled. <31 .sytth avenue, between Thirty-sixth and riiirty-seventh streets. MMB. SfNOHl, Clalrroyant BLANCH ORMSBf, BUSINESS, TEST MEDIUM.? Love, marriage and mental and verbal nuestlona answered; gentlemen's ami ladles' feea ?l. UM Sixth av. MME. ROSA, CLAIRVOYANT, REVEALS VOUB whole life from cradle to grave, cures canaor? alt diseases. 473<lanal street Consultation $1. PROFESSOR LISTRR IS TIIR ONLY ASTROIiOHP.B In New York, send stamp for circular SB Hutth avtnut. saw TvtoiraintJttM

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