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OTA I. MAIL STEAMSHIP RUEOPA?FOR LIVER
i pool.?Thu El HOI'A. N. Shannon, corminltr, will
1 from the Company a Duck, at Jersey City, with tha
Mtand passengers for Earop*. on Wednesday, tba tilth
t., at 12 o'clock precisely Poises gars a-a requested to
oa board by 11 \ o'clock A. k. Tba Ada will (ail oa tba
May.
OR LIVERPOOL.?UNITED STATES MAIL STEAM
si ij' ARCTIC, Jataaa C. Lace. . oinmondar. TUia
Immahip will depart with tha I'nitad State- mtila for
Itoco positively or Saturday, April 39. at 12 o'clock M ,
I'm nor berth at the foot of Caaal atroat. For freight or
sag: having aae^ualled aeauirniadatioBa for elegance
ram; >rt. ?i'p r t?
EDWARD K. COLLINS, M Wall atroat
Mscngc-s era requested to bo oa board at ll>, a. M.
he at.am<hip Paoito will aucacadtko Arctic, aud (ail
XI NEW TORE ANDlTvk r POOL ONITRD STATU
Mail Steumart.?The ahipa evmpoain thaa llna Are the?
L ANT If .Captain West.
CI FIG Captain Nye.
OTIC Captaia l.aee.
LT1C Captaia Coautook.
IllATIC Captaia
hoao slaps hare bean built by r..a%ract, expressly far got
aarnt acrrlca, arory care baa baaa takaa la their ooB
istion, aa la tha angina*. to aaaara strength aad[speed.
< their aacomaeodailoae for p i as# a gars are aaaqaallad for
,'>ue# aad comfort. ,, . ..
Idee of passage from New far! to l.lrarpaol iatrat oabia,
T<; sxelusiv* ara of axtra-siaed staterooms. A**>. la aeooad
in, 7X1, from Liverpool t?> New York. MM and ?10.
a experienced tarreoai attaahad to aaah (hip.
La berth oaa be sat and aattl paid Far.
rioraiiD ntrn or aaii.iaa.
from New York. _ From Llrsrwsol.
day. April 1A 1864 Wadaaaday. April 19... 1A64
day, April ? ISM WalKaday, May S...l?4
?.day Mar IS I Aba Wedaesday, May IT...LAM
urday May 17. .,..1864 Wadaaaday, May 91...1864
Sday June 10 IM4 W.daaaday, June 14... 1354
inlay Juno 3d l'Ad Wadaaaday. Jaaa 23... 1854
irday. July 8 ISM Wadaaaday, July 12...1854
I irday July 21 IjN Wadaaaday. July 25...1K64
irday! Augn.t S 18*4 W adaaaday. Aug 9... 1854
_'irday, Angnstlf 18*4 Wadaeoday, An* 33... 1864
? irday. Sept. 1 1864 Wadaaaday. SopV ?... l.-dt
day, Sept. 1? 1*5* Wadaaaday. Sapt. 90... 1854
_-iiay. Supi. SB 1864 Wadaaaday, Oat. 4... 1M4
Krday. Oct. 14 18*4 Wadaaaday, Oct. 18...1054
?irday, Oot. 98 1*54 Wedaeaday, Nor. 1...1354
rday, Nor, 11 1854 Wadaaaday, Nor. 15... 1854
rdsy. Not. 96 1854 Wadaaaday, Nor. W...1864
rday Dea. 9 1854 Wadaaaday, Daa. IS... W54
rday. Deo. JS 1854 WadnaadAf, Da?. 97... 1864
r freight or passage, apply to
IDW^D K. COLLINS A CO., 5? WaU etrast, N. T.
IrOWN, SB1PLRY A CO., Liverpool.
TEI'UEN KINNARI) A CO.. 37 Aaatla Friar*. London.
OHN MUNROl A CO..
_ 38 Rua Notre Dam da* Vision*#. Pari*.
?iKO H. DRAPER, Havre.
ownera of tbcaa ahipa will aot ba aceouatahle for gold,
bullion, aperia. Jewelry, precise* stone* or metals,
bill* of lading ara signed thsrufur, aad tha vela*
?of therein exproaacd.
BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROTAL
IAIL STEAMSHIPS.
FROM NEW ton* TO LlTBArOOL.
' eabin paaaaga. ."fl?1
ad oahin passage 70
rnoir aoiroa to Liranroot..
f cabin paaaaga H'*1
?d cabin paaaaga ?
" in Boatoa anil at Halifax.
In Judhin*. America, Captaia !.*?(.
a Ryrle. Ruropa, Captain lb ana .n.
E. U. Lott. Canada, Captaia Sterne,
t, Captain Harrison. Niagara. Captaia I.aitth.
?a vessels carry a olear white light at inaatbaad grata
irboard low, rad on port baw.
a, Harrison, from New York. Wednesday, 8th kprtl.
da, Stone, " Bolton. Wadnaaday. 13th April.
,, Shannon, " New York, Wadnaaday, 10th April,
a, Lang, " Boston, Wadaaaday, J?tb April.
K. G. I,ott, " Now Tark, Wadnaaday, 3d May.
** Judkias, " Boaton. Wadnaaday 10th May,
? Harrison, " New York, Wadnaaday, 17tb May.
, Stone, " Boaton, Wadaaaday, 34th May.
a not aconred until paid far.
experienced eorgcon on board.
ownera of tbeaa ahipa will not ba loooantabla for gold,
bullion apaeia, jewelry, preoloaa atone*, or aiitaU,
bills of lading ar* si.-nod therefor and tha ralaa
of therein expressed,
freight or passage apply to
E. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling Oreoa,
. SOUTHAMPTON'*A ND HAVRE-THRU. S. MAIL
-Steamer UNION, 1,000 tan* burthen, with double si ia
marine engines, R. Adams, commander, will laara far
a. touching at Southampton to land tba malla and pas
ra, on Saturday, May 6, at 13 o'aloeh, from piar No. 4
l river.
of Passage, First Class...* |1?
Do. Sooond Clan 70
ige not wanted daring tha voyage ?boald he aont on
the day boforo sailing, marked " Below." No freight
e taken'after Thursday, May 4. For freight or paMAg*
to MORTIMER LI VINOSTON, Agent. M Broadway.
t SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN.?fn? UNITRD
itatc* mail steamer HERMANN, E. Higglaa, com
er. will sail for Bremen, toncl ingat Soatliampton to
the mails and passengers for England '.nd Franco, on
day. April 2Z, at 12 o clook M . from pier No. 8 North
Prico of p* . age:?
i first cabin, main saloon |13i
i fir-t cabin, lower salo IU0
lond cabin GO
lex I ? ricncod snrgeon is attached to each steamer. All
Is must pass through tbe Pott Oflloe. Specie delivered
Ivro ana London. For pa*eago or freight apply to
C. H. SAND, Agent, 2S Soutn street
ster.mer Washington will succeed the Hermann, and
*7 3<). _ _
til BETWEEN NMW TORE AND GLASaOW.
Ibe Qlaa-ow and New Tork Steamship Company's a aw
Bra GLASGOW, (hSflt toma, 4*0 heraa pawar.) Robert
commander, and MEW TORE. (2.4H0 Sob*. 800 Mm
I,) will leave Naw Tork for Olnagow aa uadag, rts >?
eaday. May 10, at 13 o'aloak M., aad Wadaasday. Jan*
13 o clook M. First oahin saloon state rooms, 13*; do.
ip* do., 175; second cabin. $50: third olnta. fctt. Ap
JOHN HalTMON.n Broadway.
1 (VEUPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA STEAM
kp Gompany In toad starting their farorit* stanmships
rnoas pau.Annx.panA.
r Manchester Satarday. .April 1*. 1854
If Glasgow Satarday. .May IS, 18*4
f Manoheeter Satarday. .Jaaa 1 18M
I PlsUadalphiA Aboat.... Jaaa 17,1854
pnoH uvstrooL.
rOitsgow,.. Wadaaaday. .April If, I9S4
f Msnoheskor Wadaaaday. .May 10, ISJ4
7 Philadelphia. .Aboat May 94,1EM
aa, fiOO. m, and $56, (aeaardiag ta state rooms.)
E?d nnmbWof third sine* passengers will ha takaa,
d with aomfortably aooked provisions, far
to Liverpool | $40 from Lirarpool.
i wishing to bring oat their friends sua obtain Mr
is of passag*. and drafts oa LlrarpooL la aams of 41
g ai/tpwarii. Apply to SAMUML IMITH, Agent,
knot street, Phi adalpna.
1,:,
\i
_ MELBOURNE. AUSTRALIA -IMPORTANT TO
|ippcrn.?The clipper, ship NIGHTINGALE, bow it
Irth pier 18 tut river, has a large proportion of her
J already 011 board, and will hare qnick despatch,
lighting tie ii not only the eharpeit ?Mp in port, bnt it
pug a ship an can he built; ratei Al at all the ottcee,
inures at the lowest rates. She Is fitted with Enter
ventilators in both holds, and carries no Inmber, or
[her artiole that can is)are freight. For freight or
te having elegant accommodations, apply only
f R. W. CAMERON, lid Wall at
stroet.
9AOETO AUSTRALIA.?THE FIRST CLASS BARK
NKRAL JKS8UP, having her freight all engaged,
tea of
lave this port for Melbourne positively In first wee
[She has comfortable accommodations for one or two
and four to five single gentlemen. The owner goes
[vessel, and will give particular care to hlmsstt and
Igcrs Apply to TUCKER A LlGLiTBoCRN, corner
Broad
Int and Broad ?treets.
Ie reduced.?in rep undent line to cali
Irnla - The steamship NORTH STAR will leave New
In the 5th May, to eaaneet with the Unele Bam. A
1 n tin her of tickets will be seld at thefellowiag rates,.
lied f.w before April 30:?Cabin, $100; steerage, $70.
? only to J AS. W. CROSS, N*. i Battery pints,
. . . ?P
N. B ?Passenger* eamo threngh In these steamers
try in twenty-two days and sixteen hoar*.
MAIL LINE FOR CALIFORNIA, VIA ASPIN
tsll and l'anaina.?Lowest priest, superior stsamors.
lion of the Panama Railroad Arrangements for the
[this city of ticksts for the transit of the Iathinus
g the most agreeable and safe route, through in ad
of alt other lines. The United States Ball steamship
any intend to despatch to Aepiawall en Thursday,
d, a; 2 o'clock P. ?_ from pier root of Warren street,
jt sailing steamship ?SURGE LAW, Cast. U. V.
I S. Navy, to eonneet at Panama with the Paoifi*
Iteaniship Company's steamsr JOHN L. BTBPHLN3.
|Pler*on. The exttnMon of the railroad makes the
|e across tbo lsthmns practicable In on* day, a eon
lion tbat will Indue* all who value their health and
i to seleot this ront*. Mr. Htuakley (late forwarder
* a Jfcfe
am* A C*. on the lsthmns) hat perfected his arrange
[lor the transit of paps eager* and thtir baggage from
~ 1 Tickets
rail to Panama. tan be obtained for the
i from J. W. Carrlngtcn, at Adams A Co.'s, CO Broad
rat 177 West street. The aeeoamodatlons for pas
i of all classes are ?* surpassed, and partlenlat at
is paid to the sleaallaesa of the steerage. For
[ or paseag* apply at the efifie* of the companies, 177
' ' * ~ " THITNEY.
Street, to C. A. WI
YORK AND CALIFORNIA STBAMSBIP LINB.
Nicaragua? The Accessory Transit Company of
Igaa. proprietors.?Throogh la advance *f the snail,
[in* giving through Mekelt. including the Is
?!??????????$??????? Isthmus
1 he new doable ea^ia* steamship STAR OF TUB
(2.0UU tons hurt Lea,) will leave from pier No. 3 North
B. 1 ? *
|at 3 o'clock P. B. yreeitely, for 1'asaMt Arena, oa
lay, April 20, oeaaeesuij with Mie aew and favorite
'? ip Sic ra Nevada. (l.WK) tone burthen,) ever the
rue Transit route, having bat twelve miles of land
Ertatioa, by first elaea carriages. Thost steamers are
< d tu their ventilation and accommodations. For
information or passage, aeply only to CUARLBA
-- ---> Bewlfng flM ?
IN, Agent, No A Bewlfag Green.
YORR AND ALAIIABA STEAMSHIP COM
|ny carrying the United States mail.?Semi monthly
i r Mobile, stopping at Havana.?The steamship CA
eftldV (
IA. R W ShufeldV commander, will oommone* re
[freight oa Saturday. A|>ril 82, and sail for the above
in Tuesday, April 2.1. at fco'etoek. from her pier, foot
rteea street. North rivsr. Freight taken for New Or
[ |'a*ecngers for Havana most proonre passports be
Lviug for freight or passage, apply to
I LIVINGSTON, CROt HERON A CO., Agents.
No. 31 Broadway.
?The Black Warrior. JT. D. Rulloek, oommandcr,
eel ths C'abawba. and eall May!*.
NEW ORLEANS DIRECT-!III N1W STEAM
j< ORIZABA, l.*W tons burthen, Cept. James Law
Ill least on Saturday, April 21. at 3 P. M. She has
at rooms oa deck and la saloon. Freight, 30 cents
Sc foot Paoeege, eabla, $40: steerage $fe. All hills
i te be signed en heard. For freignt or passage ap
IIA Kl.RH MORGAN, agent. A Bowling Oreea.
? AVANNAT1 ?FAR! REDUCED -TITE NEW.
kendid side wheel steamship KEYSTONE STATE
it llardi*. earryiag the Uaibed State* mall will
Fbiladelpkla for bavaauah oa W ednosday, April It),
ilock A. M . from the wharf abor* Via* street. la
ad strength, and every arrangement for the comfort
? renirne* <-f t-aesrnsers. this ship it antnrpessed.
- m Philadelphia. $'4>. ctsersge $1 The Stat* of
leaves as aheee the following Wednesday
ia Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN, No.37),North
? in Savannah. ( A L I.AMAK.
? AVaVnaB 1 Ml I I.ORIDA? UNITED STATES
I l.tae ?The new and Splendid steamship A (.A
, laeorge R. Schenck, will leave on Wednesday 19th
slorh P. M , from her plor No 4 North riser,
?j bAMI'El. I.. M1TCITILL. 13 Broadway.H
| .-t rit lb inas 1, ,n. will leave on Saturday. 724
[Tlr ugh tiriuU from ~ " * " "
? thv fd
New York to Jacksonville,
IIA HI BATON AN D FLORIDA ?"TV I WEEKLY
In Msll Lin*?The fuiorite end fast going steamer
IFfiNIR T less, eommtndar. will leave pier No.
ladar,
lsl??r on Wedneeday April A at 4 r M pr*el?ely.
???-?? " alf hi
? apply oa board where alTIills of lading will he
ad f?s Gacsnge at tbs o?ce ..f 8POFFORD, TII.K8
D^, ? "roadway Through tickets to Florida a*
rev Jackson till* $&|. t? Piletkn. ATA
Mrginia. Carolina oloroia, ac-the
*?,?*?? ?*si steee ahle JAMKSIOWN, Captaia
'i n*!" river. *a April IS?,
1 y * Merdblk Petersburg, and Rich
s te Nsrfelk about twentv four hoars I'ae
It retting there ran tehe the fteabeard eed R eaeke
ksotsgtee eed Mem keeter Railroads to Aninata Ate
. A I i as. i lert to ,N rlolh ? . te
J $ 'hmoad 110 steerage half prise. F n
LtiDLAM A PLBA?AAlT?i ? Or eed gag.
1 , iambs at acotior.
AUCTION NOTICE ?STANDARD ROSES. ? J. L.
; J\. VANDEM'ATER A CHI., 16 Nassau street, will hII
ob Tuesday April 18, at 10% o'clock, a superior and oholoc
?election of m"S?, perpetual roaei, and tine plants from the
nursery of I>. lloll, Broadway ana Fiftieth etreet
Auction notice.?by wn. w. shirlky.?fifty
crates ali kinds common and beet crockery; two ban
' dred packages Xew Knglaud and other glassware, entlery,
Britannia wars. Ac.? Wednesday, April If, at 10 e'olock, at
! No. 81 John street, ky J. S. H. Bartlolt, a large aad uholce
s.-surtment., bv the package and In lots, from the shelves, to
> it wholesale and retail dealers, grocers, and country
merchants, and worthy their notice. Sale peremptory, pre
vious to removal. Catalogue! on Tuesday.
Auction notice.?mccakfkay a Walters,
Auctioneers, corner of Catherine and Henry streets.?
, A. M cCntra A KicbarJ Walters, late of 0.1 Division street,
1 would inform 'heir friends and the public generally, that
th.'v have commenced the auction anil couimtasiun business
at the above named location Me rrcMcC. A Walter" aro
1 conndent, by strict uttuution to business, liberal cash ad
; vauces, and prompt returns of eales. of giving the utmost
?atisfaetiou to those who may feel disposed to favor thorn
1 with their patronage. Out door sales of any description of
goods solicited, and attendee) to with punctuality and do
I (.patch.
Auction notice ?crockery, class and chi
na.?i. E VAN ANTWERP A SON will sell on
| Tutrday, April 18, at 10 o'eloea, at Ifif Pearl etreet, 200
; crates and hhds. whi e granite, light hint, CC, and dipt
and edged ware, a full assortment; 7 casks Rockingham
, ware; 5 hhds. china, in sets, 44 pieces; 1 cask French
vases, aad 173 packages glass war- assorted, all kinds.
N. 11.?The above to no sold from the shelves in lot* to euit
. purchasers. City dealers, grocers, and oouutry merchants
will find it to their interest to attend. Catalogues ready
| early on the day of sale.
Auction notice.?1tIios. bei,l a h. n. bush,
Auctioneer* ?This day, at 10% o'olock, in tho sales .
| rooms. No. 27 Centre street, valuable fnrniture, Ac.; by vir
, tue of a mortgage, one hundred yards oilcloth, carpets, beds,
I chairs, tables and housekeeping articles, damaged goods,
; clothing, wines, liquors, segars, Ac.
Auction notice -thos. bell a h. n. bush,
auctioneers, Tuesday, at 10% o'olook, at No. 27 Van
' dowater street, between Pearl and Frankfurt streeti, all the
1 furniture contained u said premises, occupied as a private
boarding bouse twenty bedrooms with buds, bedsteads, lied
ding and chamber articles; dining room, parlor and kitchen
. arrangements. Ac. Must be removed same day. Deposits
! required. By order of CONBOY and LYNCH, Exeoutore,
Auction notice?thos. bell a h. n. bush.
auctioneers.?Wednesday, handsome fufniture, piano
furta. Ac. Wcdmsday.at 10% o'clock, at No. 723 Greenwich
Street, near Charles etroet. Particulars Tuesday morning.
Other tales duly announced. All our out door tales settled
tame day
Auction notice.-iiousehold furiturk, chi
na. plants, Ac. ?SAMUEL OSGOOD, auctioneer, will
sail, this day, April 17, at his (tore, 81 Nassau stroet, a
large collection of new and leoond hand fnrniture, oom
prising parl< r suits, chamborsiiits, sofas, dressing bureau*,
chairs, earpets. oilcloth", bedsteads, feather bede, mattress
ts. I e iding, rocking cbaire. wardrobes, bookcases, book
?helves, crockery, ohma. glassware, kitchen uteneile, Ac.,to
Ctli.cr with a ebeic* lot of plants, comprising monthly and
ther roses, sweet aloes, wall flowers, Ac , Ac. For partic
ulart sec catalogue.
Auction notice -dry goods, silks, fancy
goods, A> ?Z. N KM HI.LA CO. will sell, on Tuesday.
April Id. at It)'., o'olock. at tliu auction roost No. 79 Nassau
street a Urge and general assortment of silk and fanoy
g-ode, tk* etock of a merchant rotirlag from kusiin-ss, com
ptieir.ga variety worthy the attention of the retail trade,
t ataiogues at sal*. T-rms cmfc.
PETKR I'AKKS, Auctioneer, 79 Naesan stroet.
UCTION NOTICE?II. WILSON, AUCTIONKER.?
Boots and ehoej?semi annual tale of from 400 to 1,000
esses "f b ts shoes, and brogans, fresh and prime goods?on
T< esday, April l4ih. at IU o'clock A M.. at the store of A. D.
GAI.F 22'> Pearl street, where a prime aseortmcut of goode
cam aln ays he bad at private sale.
Auction notice ?w. s. ingrauam will sell
t hi* day, at the salesroom, Ne. 10 North William stroet,
fufnltnro, vjg bur to*. chaire, bedsteads, beds, bedding,
piT.uws bolsters, se.'.is. Ac.. also, for aooount of former pur
chasers clotbmg, consisting of a large variety, brandy,
winee, Ac.
4 UCTION NOTICE -HANDSOME FURNITURE.?J.
JX K VAN ANTWERP ,k SON, will sell on Wednesday,
A| ril 19. at 1U o'clock, at 88 WiUoughby street, Brooklyn,
the entire furniture of a family breaking up housekeepiug,
consisting of the usnal variety, including qno pianoforte
and a superior barometer. Catalogues ready tho day pre
vloua. "
Auction notice.?h. m ilson. auctioneer.
will sell on Tue ay, April 18, at 10% o'clook, at 110
( liarlt n strctt ncsr Hudson street, the furniture of a
family removing to tho country, embracing mahogany oush
ion. d chaire. solas bureaus, rockorsli, edsteads, mattresses,
Ledaan.l bedding, mahogany wardrobe, dining and extenc
?ion tables, severe! choice oil paintings, engravings, elegant
china va.et, mantel clocks, Urnsscls and Ingrain carpets,
cllrlotbf. music racks, ctogcres, roeewood cottage chairs,
brocatoUo ami lace window curtains, splendid window
shades, girandoles, crockery ^glassware, silverware, outlory.
Ac. Saleto commence with too bedroom furniture. Depo
sits requwed W ednesday, splendid rosewood furniture at
7? Greenwich street, near Charles.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE ?A. M. CRI3TALAB, AUCTION
eer tS Bowery, will sell on Tti-vday, April 18, at 10
o'clock, a large assortment of ready made olothlng, eonsist
ingol casaioiorr satinet and cloth coats, pants and vesta,
lining, broadcl ths, satinets, haudkcrcliiofs. cravats, Ac.
By t-rderof 8. D. MOSS, Assignee.
Auction 3m e of tiie entire elegant fur
nltme of ahonss.?Splendid 7 octavo rosewood piano
forte. pier alas os, riob rosewood suit*. Ae?RUSSKL W.
M kSlCOTI , AueUoaeer, will -ell this Monde*, April 17th.
at It) o'clock, the entire furniture of bone* No. 72 Eighth
nveuue, near Fourteenth street. The tale wilt he absolute,
(raiu or shine.) and a depwsit required of overy purohater.
ae every article will be told without reserve, consisting of
an wieaantly carved rosew-od pianoforte, etool and cover,
two magniuceul suit* t,f roeewood parlor furniture, me
dallion Lacks oovercd in crimson and maroon brooatelle,
with rrceptiuu chairs and oltumans to match, two large
French pier glaseoe with basse, elegant rosewood etegcre,
rest woe J eentre and pier tables, ri'h tapestry carpets, lace
curtains and shadet, French secretary, with a large oollec?
tioa of magnificent vasoo, biaqu* and porcelain oraamenta.
statuettes, ormolu clock, Ae.; alto a number of beautiful
oil paintiagsrichly framed, oarvtd roeewood aad mahogany
bedsteads, rweowoed aad mahogany bureant aad waehataade
A
oil paintings richly framed, carved rosewood aad mahogany
bedsteads, rwsewoed aad mahogany burtaas and washstaads
to match, superior balr maftroiseo, feather beds, china
toilette sstte, oval and gilt mlrrsrt. mahogany and walnnt
chair*, sofa hsdeleed. tet* a tetos, loanges. Ingrain aad
Brueeeli carpets, rosewood and mahogany eofat, book oasva,
rockers, roeewood aad mahogany armchairs, oilcloth Ac.,
with a largo variety of basement fnrniture, extension dining
ublo.meat eaf*. rich oil tot war* ivory cutlery, oat glass
star* elegant chins dinner and tea tet*, Ac. Catalogues
at house Snle at it) o'clock precisely
Met'AFFRAY, AUCTIONEER, STORE CORNER
. of Hear? A Catherine street* ?McCaffrey A Walters
I will tell at 15 Hamilton etroet, on Wednesday, April 19, at
1(1% o'clock, all the fnrnitnr* ooDtalnod ia the above honte,
cousDiiagof parlor, chamber, and kltchea fnrniture. oar
pets, feather bods bed clothes, and mattress**.
AM M. CRISTALAR. AUCTIONEER. WILL SELL THIS
? s day. Monday, at 10 o'clock, at 117 West Slxteontk
etroet, bousonold furniture, consisting of tsBtoe, chairs, bu
reaus. bedrtsade, beds aad bedding, looking glasses, oarpots
and kitchen utensil*.
ANTHONY J. RL1ICKIR, AUCTIONERR?PER
.a emptor/ sal* of flfO valuable building lots In the Eighth
of the ct -- - ? -
ward of the city of Brooklyn, and on Windsor torracc, im
mcdiatelr adjoining. in tho town of Flattnsh.?ANTHONY
J. lil.EECKi.lt will ?ell at auction on Tncsdny, April IS,
at 12 o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange. 2M lota and gores
in the Eighth ward of the city of Brooklyn, situated on
~ Nineteenth, and ~
Seveuteenth, Aixhteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth
streets, and Tenth and Eleventh avenues, comprising the
wholo tract lying between Seventeenth and Twentieth
btrrctis and Tenth avenue and the Flnlbnsh line; also the
easterly half Of the blocke lying between Eighteenth and
Twentieth streets, on Ninth and Tenth avenues. Eighteenth
street is opened through into Klatbuab. and is under con
tract to ho graded andpaved throughout its entire length
on or before tho first of June neat. The lots fronting on
Eighteenth street arc under contract to he graded?tnoso
requiring excavation to the grade of the street, and thoee
requiring filling to within three feet of the grade of tho
strict?of both of wbieh contracts purchasers will have tho
benefit free of expense. Also, the whole of the vatnablo pro
port-T known as Windsor terrace, in the town of Flntbush,
adjoining the Ilrooklyn lots above desorioed. fronting on
the C'oucy Island piouk r?ad. and comprising tho property
on both sides of Scely nud Vanderhilt streets, now openod
and graded, and aluu that on both tides of ths continuation
of Eighteenth street. This very desirable property will he
sold in sections, containing from six to twelve lots each.
Full covenants lor restrictions against nuisances will ha in
serted in tho doeds The most elegant villa sites in the vi
cinity of New York are to be foun J on this estate, those on
the Kill side, letweon Secly street and the Ilrooklyn lint,
overlooking the whole richly cultivated agricultural plains
of l lntbusb, with Sandy Hook and Rookaw**, the watsrs
of the lower bay and the Atlantic in the distance. Erse
fruiu city taxes and assessments, and within two and a half
miles of Hamilton avenue ferry, of easy aooets by omaihat
from Fulton ferry, and In the immediate vicinity of exten
fire and ornamental improvements. M\ty per neat of tbo
purohaae money may remain on bond ana mortgage for
three years. Title indisputable. Maps may be baa at the
auctioneer's, and printed abstract* ef title may be obtained
after tho sale at on* dollar a copy. Sal* positive to the
highest bidder.
ALBERT H. NICOLAY. AUCTIONEER ? A. U. NICO
lay A Co. will sell at auction thie day. Monday, April
17, at lORj o'clock, at the salesroom, Ne. I OH llroadway
Id furniture, pianofortes, Ao., consisting of maho
bouaohols .
gany suite in yellow satin. roeewood 7 octave pianoforte,
mahogany French and cottage bedsteads mnbogeny wash
stands, hurenns, sofns, teto a tstes in hair sloth, mahogany
centre and side table*, chair*. Ac., hair mattreese*. bode,
bedding, window vnrtains, couches, in delaine and Manila,
iron bedsteads, tables, chairs, ottemaas, Ac., pier glasses.
HwM UvUBVCKur, vni'icn, tuwitc, wvsvuinni, ?U<| | 1 ^ ^iwvwww,
mahogany and black walnut desks, Ac ; alee, amyantity of
" * * row.
kitchen ntennils. All to bo sold without reservVT Also, n
flag stall, 311 feet long, a large signboard, Ac. Te he told
without reserve. A. II. N1COLAY
ED. KINTXKNICU.
Late ohiof ealeeman with 11. 11. Leeds A Co.
Albert h. nicolay, auctioneer.-great per
emptory sale, to close a coneern, of 200 very valuable
lots, comprising some 1 fiOOfoet water front, adjoining the
steamboat lading at Staplcton, Staten Island, at unction
Albert 11. Nicolay will soli on Tuceday, April 18, at 12 o'clock
precisely, on tho ground, at Staplston, Staten Island, with
out reserve, to close a concern, nbont two hundred very vn
luablt and eligible bnlldlng lot*, known at tho Stnpieton
Bock Property. These lots art situated on the bey, sad for
bm iners or manufacturing purpose* are ansnrpaseed. ae
they arc opposite to and in sight of the city of New York,
nrd immcdistely contiguous to I he fUeten Island and New
York Ferry Company'* landing at Staplcton. Communica
tion w ith (he city during the summer every half hour, and
every hour, landing at Whitehall, New York.
In the winter every I
Ibis property in point of time te really nearer to Wall street
than Fourteenth, where lots are soiling from $10,000 to
flfi.WV. There is an abundant supply of the finest spring
water to he lind on the premises, whereby tho heavy
tax for Croton water, to wnleh the marinfaotnrcr or me
chanlc is subjeet in the city is avoided, as well as other enor
mous city taxation, while tho actus! convenience of the lo
cation for business purposes is greater. This entiio proper
ty comprise* n wntor front of nearly 1 MO foot, with a sub
etantial wharf tho whole distanco. The whole maritime
commerce of the port of New York must of necessity pass
his side
? hif point, as the channel and nnohorage arson this side of
the bay. thus offering great advantage as a depot for our
large steamer*, or as a wsrehousing depot. 1 ho salnbrity of
tl.e situation is unequalled, and the mechanic
, .'fcanio orjaborer
may work to great advantage in an ntmoaphere constantly
tempered in the summer season t y the sea hroexe, and the
location is unsurpassed, commanding an extensive view of
II - whole bay of New York Thu* an opp irtunlty Is offered
to Lui im ss men, manufacturer* or repitalists, rerely to be
ii,ct will: and i? worthy of eltentlon. A large map, snowing
the relative position of tho property with tbo 8tatcn Island
?1 ro can 1 e teen at tlie o
auctioneer Seventy
five per cent of tl.e purchase money can remain on bond and
mortgage for thrio or five years, et so*, n per cent, or a dls
count of fire per cent for cash Title unquestionable, ror
lit!. .i fiphic map* and full pnrlicalars apply to ALBERT
II Si COL AT, sustloneer, ?r, 4 liroad street N. II ?
v').ni'.i It atmtn on Tuenlaj', April 18, the sale will not take
place until 1'ridsy. April 21. at the same hour and place
1J I! RLACKMaN, AU< T10NRKR?W.M PARKER
J J. will sell tlii* day at 10', o'clock A M . at 122 Grand
street, oil clothe, tables, chairs, stoves, clothes presses,
beds and bedsteads, looking glass, and one large lee chest,
algrs, Ac.
B
Y r COLTON, AUCTIONEER?TO MORROW,
Tuesday, April 18, at 2 o'clock I' M., at No 71 War
treet, the entire luipiture of tho honso It will co o
nrits the usual -.ssortment of nishogan* furniture of all
descriptions, also carpels oiielotiis hods and
mattreens
d ?.,ia bsdeteaii*. china and gl.>at war*, labia cut
r*s r- fript rotors Jl. , A J, Bop t, forgot lisQ |tS|?r,
I Hit Sled* f, At, "w*
BAIJB8 AT ArCTIOXi
Albert h. nicolat, auctioneir. - stocks
and bond, at amotion.?ALBERT H NICOLAT will
MU this d.y, April 17th. at 12H o'clock, at tk. ""chants'
Exchange for aceonnt of whom it may concern. $S,(W 5oio
to and Hooking Valley Railroad l?l mortgage 7 percent
convertible bonda, internet payable semi annually in New
York let March and 1st September, $1,000 each; $90,000
Lyon's Iowa. Central Railroad 1st mortgage 7 per cent
convertible bonds, redeemable in 1*73, Interest payable
semi annually at the Bank of the Commonwealth let June
and 1st Dec.. $1 POO eaoh; Chicago and Rock Island Railroad
1st mortgage 7 per cent convertible bonds, interest payable
semi annually at the Mechanics' Bank. 10th January and
10th July, $1 OdOeach $2,HU0 City of Soc.amcnto 10 per oeni
bonds interest coupon.- attael ed. payable semi annually In
New York, 1st January and 1st July. $1.(00 each 2(1 shares
Suffolk Bank. $*>-acb; 20 do. East River Bank $.Vj do.,
aide. Reliance Mutual Insurance Co, f 100 do.; K do. Dan
bury and Norwalk Railroad, $60 do.; 48 do. Third Avenue
Railroad, $100 do . SO do. Niagara Vails Hydraulic Co.. $100
do. 1 00(1 do. Eacelsior Whlto Zinc Co., $6 do.; l.ill do.
Ain'erloan White Zinc Co . $''do. Teruie of sale-Ton par
< ent this dav, and the balance to morrow. The accrued
interest on all bonds will be charged to the purchaser.
A U N. holde regular sales of stocks, bonds and other ee
enrittea. en Mondav and Thursday of each week, at the
Merchants Exchange. At private sale, a groat' v???ty ??
lint class railroad bonda, bank, insurance and otheratoeka.
Office, No t Br ad street, next to corner of w ail street.
A. CHILTON. AUCTIONEER.?TENNESSEE
. Lands.-Peremptory "ale ?? auctlon. by CpLB A
( HILTON, at the Merohnnta Exchange April *>, ISM, at
12 o'clock, of about HUO.OOO acres of land in Morgan county.
Eaat Tennesseo. belonging' to the Teuneeseo Celonlxation
Company. Three lands are situated in Morgan county, on
the tiats of the Cumberlend mountains in one ! '
salubrious and healthful flimateg in tha United States.
They are fertile, well timbered, watered
ttreams driving numerous grist and enw inl.ls?the best
grating lands in that section of the State, with ooal and
frun ore in at undanne, and some copper has been found.
TI.e railroad from Nashville to Knoxville,
trrcd by the Legislature of Tennessee, ?nf.th* [.'"{""f?
Cincinnati through Kenluoky to Knoxville, wilt both pnes
through these lands. By the East Tenuuseee and Virgiuis
railroad, now nearty completed peseengere from New York
will reach Knoxville in thirty six to X iaOfbet
will also be sold, at the sumo time, 7* lots, W by ljureoi
each in tho company's town of Wartbure. This town eon
tains between live and six hundred inhabitants, oourt<ksut,
churches, school honse, Ao. The snle will be without.re
serve, to close the affaire of the company. TltVLJ^ ' ?.Oms
Via Lull warrantee dtede will be given. Terms. One
third cash' bslsnee in one and two years, ERP"?' the pro
rertv and full particulars can he obtained at the office of
the auctioneers. 18 Nassau street.
BA. CHILTON. AUCTIONEER. I'EREMF^lM ?'
. administratrix eale nf elegant household.fu.aitur
--.iU.tA the estate of W. II. Ti'oston, decerned.? !>?
AChtftou will sell et auction at 10K o'clock, on Wedues^
j. _ Anril 19 18M at No. 30 SBVBakh street, n? ?r rmr?
avtnue, household furniture, comprising rich
and liruebels cErpefce, marblud oilcloths, carved mah )rany
asusr WcSKf
vSSi
cov??, ?"'?? i . waiters Ac.; solid ra?b?g ny ox
n^d haSr mVttwje^" solid mahoganies^utolre^Hrge^o.
furniture, at 10)4 o'clock preoieoly.
/, j TUCKER, AUCTIONEER.?BY BILLING A
?nt r^VcU^d
Q^ook^'^^tho^rcs^* n'cc of a'privato'famiry deolining
crockery, At. now in said house, i artlculars hersatter.
r\ L. TUCKER, AUCTIONEER-BY B"'1!1*0, *
( J . Tucker.?Sale of household furniture, on W
April if. at 10 o'clock, at house No. 48 Walker ^f?*
doors west of Broadway?all the contents of this honse, as
above. Particulars hereafter.
riHARLES H~ DELAYAN, AUCTION EE A?THE UN
C ; dersigned will givo his personal attention to eale, et auc
tion oTnoueehold furniture, at the residence of tho swnors;
also sales of real est ito. stocks and other securities, cabi
net furniture. dry goods, hardware, crockery. Ao., Ac.
Terms moderate and return! prompt. To .th?" ?iji'lv'id K
i _!.i, u. Delavnn ho relore, by permission, to Edward K.
r?l7llff ill, Hon Zadook Pratt,Hon J. PhillipsPheonix,
and otiiers Office .at present 27 Bo'kman street after the
Ht of May next in tU new marble building U? and 121 Nas
"u etreet, near BeeukmanK3 g DklAVAN, Auctioneer
CiiAMT'tc.NK WINE, QIN, AC.?TUESDAY, 1<>H
o'clock at 67 Dcy stroot, oorncr Greenwich, nuts, rnl
sins dates, fire prunes, smoking and c. ^win* Eobmcco. ?o
. ' i randv sin cbdmpsgne, ?c Also sowing silk, thread,
rocket boo ke, purses. ha?r pins, button, wltbin Urgo lot.of
miscellaneous articles in lot. to unit buyer.. WELLING
TON A. CARTER. Auctlonocr.
CrvnpORATION DOCKS AND SLIPS TO BE LEASED
e*public auction ?Notice is hereby given, that the fol
lowing docks and slips, belonging to the I orrorat ^n of tho
public aue t ion on the 1st day of Mav next, nt1 ohHoek P.
^?,?gJlJe(MnrTh?.* And. al^ ma^eJhlblt^g*b"whlrvh
F R TILLOU, Recorder.
A". C. FLAGG, Comptroller.
Bd. ah.
WM M VERMILY^E, Chn. T. Com. Bd. Coun.
' Commissioners of Sinking Fund.
Flnanee Department, New York, April 3. 1*6*
n NASH AUCTIONEER, STORE 810 BROAD
a'^mV*^^S'et^re^eAalstto^of
exhibited on tho Any of ?nl,
Tv AVID SCOTT, AUCTIONEER. TO BtSOhD AT
fiim?! Li pUf lota situated between Jereey avenue, Irie,
nndVouth Fifth ani Sixth ttrocU. TbU U. without osoop
tion tbo beet MMtorty ever offered at pnbllo eale ta jereey
City surrounlRwith handsome improvements, and most
desfr'able for genteol residences. The property will ho isol
ExoiiVnge, or^e f lerk A Baoot, 'architects, U Montgomery
eticet, Jersey City.
D9. IIOCOII, AUCTIONEER ?IMPORTANT TO
? Housekeepers?Auction Sal* of cosily and magnificent
11 Lothold Furniture, Oil Paintings, Rosewood Pianoforte,
oval and French Mfbrors. Ac., postponed (ram SaturJajr-?
1 hit day. at 10 o'clock, A. M., at bouse ISO wast Twonty tint
<t , between 7th and 8th avenues. D. S. Hough will (ell all
the contentr, consisting of several vatuahle oil paintings
by well kaown modern artists, and marble and Parian nrna
and atatnei of varlona sixes and descriptions; one rosewood
finely tiaisbed seven octave pianoforto of exquisite tone and
toucwi two parlor suits in rosswood, silver and ^rcon French
brocstelle; one do. in crimron and maroon in satin damask;
one carved Ucthlc rosewood afogere with marble and plated,
rosewood oorner stands and corner cupboards: handsomely
carved easy and reception chairs; sewing chairs in silk
embroidery with totals; heavy and oostly broeatelle and
lace embroidered curtains; tapestry, velvet snd oar
pets; velvet rugs and mats; rich snd elegantly
ornamented chins vases fur mantel and etegero deco
rations. jewel cases, alabaster and otbor cloekt: rosewood
end mabo/ony bedroom furnltare, as follows:?Bedateada,
bureaus, washstands, corner do., rich gilt toilet sets, hair
mattresses, pillows, bolsters, Ac., ingrain carpeting, mahog
any scfas, chairs, lounges, dining fnrniturc, mahogany, oak
ana walnut extension tables, out glass snd stiver ware, vix.,
tea services, cake baskets, spoons, castors, forks, Ac., elo
gantly decorated French porcelain dinner sets, do. tea
crockery, ivory cutlery, Ac. Carcfnl cartmsn in attendance
to remove the goods.
It COLTON, AUCTIONEER.?LARGE SAT.F OF
, bouscbold fnrnitnro, French plate mirrors, carpets
and oilcloths, Ac . Ac.? F. COLTON will soli to morrow,
Tnesdny, April 18, nt !?!, n'oleok, nt Mo. 81 Warron street
the entire genteel furniture of tha three s'ory house. It
will eon prise in part of sofas, mahogany French bed
steeds, mahogany chairs, marllo top drcsalug bureaus,
marble top centre, card, and sxtunslou lahloj, tw> large
French piste mirrors, curtains, Ac., cornices, leather beds
snd hair mattresses, Brussels, three-ply, and ingrain car
pets, chins and glass wars, table cutlery, Steves, refrigera
tors. bedroom end basement furniture, Ac.. Ac .V B ? A|l
the furniture in this sale Is in good condition, and will he
peremptory, without regard to wentber. C atalogues early
on Tuesday morning.
lil COLTON. AUCTION EKll -LARGE SALE OF
J? s bouscbold frraltur,, carpets snd oilcloths, brunch
I late mirrors?4r , Ac ? F COLTON will sell this day, Mm
* . April 17, nt o'clock, at No til Bleecker street, the
entire raroiinre of the large duablehouse. It will compris e
in part of mahogany furniture of every oonoeiv able kind
such as tote a tote, mahogany chairs, mahogany wardrobes,
bookcarcs. marble top dressing bureaus, marble tepcentre
card and other tables, sideboards, extension and diniu,
table*, large French plate mirrors, window curtains snd
shades, marble top waabataads, Brussels, three-ply aud in
grain carpets, olfclothaf china aud alas* ware, solar aud
ball lamps mantel ornaments, cottage furniture, feather
bed* and hair mattresses la nay quantity, safes, r*frigera
tors, crockery aid glass ware, table cattery. Moras kitchen
furniture. Ae , Ae. The sale will be without reserve and
without regard to weather. Catalogue* early on Monday
morning.
Garden flowers -w. b McIlvaine. will
sell by nnetioa, oa Mmday, April 17, nt li'/t o'clock, a'
the teed rtore. No 7 Jebn (greet, an assortment of gar*-tn
plants, comprising hardy, perpetual, mots, Bourbon, tea and
climbing rosea, In neat variety, with and without pots,
verbenas, dahlia*, honeysuckles, flowering bnlbs. Ac., in
small lota, from J. A P. Henderson, Jersey City. Catalo
fuea. Gentlemen partba-tog largely at private sale, will be
it-erally dealt with.
HESrV n. LEEDS, AUCTIONEER.?BY If II. LEEDS
A Co.?Oa Monday, April 17. 18A4 at 12o'rlu< k, in front
of the store, No. 8 Wall stroat, a white pony. li1. hands
high, eight years old.kiad and gentle, aud suitable for a
lady's saddle horse Bold for want of use.
H WILSON, AUCTIONEER- WILL SELL ON
s Tuesday, April 18. at 10}, o'clock, at llti Charlton
street, near Hudson, all tht eaiellont faraiture contained
in said house lb* furniture has I sen nsvd but a short
time. Every article will positively le told, as the family i*
removing to the country.
JOI1N L. TANDEWATER, AUCTIONEER?BY VAMil
water A laraor, on Wednesday, April 18 at 11 e . look,
at Fairmont, Morrisania, the form- r roosdewoo oi vt m T. It.
MiLikm, ii i. adjoining the rvs '.nceof I n. id Mi,liken.
Esq Trains I-ave City li all at 8, ii aud 10 o'cloc k liens*
held riirmtare, carved mahogany snita. emulating of tntc a
tetts. arm. sewing. and parlor chair-. worbstandaiearved
marldc ii.pcentrv I ablet, consent. mar tie and parlor orna
meata; llraasels, tapestry carpeting, iibi ?ry aud seei-etary
took case, A< , chamber l.rnftaio, eonaUtingul mahogany
and walnut aeroil and cottage.- I.editf a s. ta iter, ire pali.is
fea, 1 editing: toilet tables, toilet suls.wsrdr.il s, in train
Carpe t Ac.; ball aud basement for* lloro, hat *t n.ds. oil
cloths; stair ca^et, rcfrigerat -r Ae Also, a gooerwl as
aortmcnt of kitchen farullt ro, with which the sale will oom
rncne e Catalogues will le ready two dae* before the s?ls.
Deposits will be required froatviry purohas r
JOHN L. VANDEW ATF.R, AUCTIONEER?WF.l>
nesday, April 18, at l(l}j n'elook at No ? haui'nit
street, secooti house fret" Celaastda Snath Ilroekivti
hnasabold (uxnitere. grconbonte plaalA. Ac . cc.usi.ting ia
part of black walnut furoitars en saite sofas, tanles,
thaii s mirrors, oil paintings, innate! oraaaMats llraasels
carp- ling, twelre iron bedsit ?d? with m eebtto t ars and
fixings, twelve feather t eda, bureaus. -ca-t stands. three
ply tad ingrain t erpeis ellelett.a A Alw an aawrimewt of
gisicab.ui . l-Ac.Ve, ntjW, (it c.'t.Ac ,*, wao v....'.?4d^aka*c,
?M higd, age -tc inet p?rr<.L
8AUR8 AT irOTIOM,
TOUN L. VA* DEBATE*, ALt TIO.NEKU.-MON Da Y,
99 April 17. at e'cloek, on the premises bounded by
First arteit and Fifth and Sixth street* In consequence of
rrn atal Vuiirn Pb#l'in it Son will disp.se of the ran
I're a took, b - in ft the moat exteustve. valuable end besoti
tul collection ot bowers. planta. shrui*. treat, t,n-et.ier
with e splendid an.- r(iii.-ut . t h.thou?e pltnta in eiidlcs*
? arity, being, witbont exception, the finest lot over offered
I* this city et pabllo sele.
TOnN h. VANDEWATER AUCTION KER?FRI DAT,
99 April Id, Saturday April 15, end Mon lty, April 17?
Household furniture piabnb>rti *, billiard tallas 1 nr.'" cop
I er h' ilcr. Ac. At 10 o clock eeob dsy, et No. A) lir . I say
end Not 2 and 4 Mi rrl^ tr .L t. Tbo furniture is ell if the
beet qnelity. end tin- lien manufactured by Messr*.
- ?bins, Mm' ? ~ ' v
Untcliine, Mceks, Ellen. lie Forrest, end Bsudouine, end in !
line order, consisting of carvrd rosewood end mat.ogaay per I
lor furniture, i< fe?, toto e tctoe oheire. quartette*, fancy '
carved work and c??tro table.*, etcircree. eiicorni-urs hook- I
casor, French plate nior aud mantel mirrors, ohandelhra,
olooWe, vasts, eanarlebras, eil pointings, two rosjwood
pianofortes, satin dement window curtains, Axmiu-ter, !
Brussels, royal WUtun enc tr.pe*try carpeting, Ac. Dinin; I
room extonrion dining toxica meroeeo and cane aoat ;
ebaire, marble top end plain eideboarde, glar* and obina '
were, table cutlery, silver plated' and llritnnoia ware, oil- |
oloth. Chamber furniture: in roeewood, mahugauy, hlaok
islsting of French Oothie scroll
walnut. mid enk, consisting of French Oothie scroll an*
ucttage hedeteade, marble top sad plain dressing bureaus
and waehttsnds, armour a places, wardrobes, toil-'t tablet,
(unmod**, fancy cottage chairs, toilet sot*. mattresses,
feather lode, palliasaca, pillows, bolsters, blankets, oonntor
panes, toilet inlaors, window shades aud c urtains, three ply
und superfine ingrain carpeting, .le, liall furniture, stair
carpets, Ao , consisting of mahogany and oast iron hat
stands, hall chairs, English oilcloths, velrot tapestry,
liruescls and Venetian stair carpets, Ae. Also, a large
quantity of kitchen fnrnituro, with which the sale will com
mence In order to insure the prompt delivery of the ho*ds
deposits will be required irom overy purchaser. Alec, all
the gas fixture* throughout the bouee, and all the furnaces,
registers, Ac.
JODN L. VANDEWATER, AUCTIONEBR.?MONDAV,
April 17. at lot, o'clock, at the salesroom, No. Id Nassau
rtrect, standard dwarf, standard moss, climbing and run
ning roses, Cbineeo tree, poonio, W-esterias, honeysuckles,
t plants, pear and apple trees, Ac , in orery variety, from
c nursery of Q. Mare, Astoria.
fh
JOHN L. VANDEWATER, AUCTIONEER.?TE BSD AY,
April Id. at No. 9 Hammond Street, household furniture,
consisting in part of carted mahogany tote a tcto sofas,
chairs, marble top oentre tables, mirrors, Brussels, throe
ply and ingrain carpets, Freuthg scroll and cottege bed
?tends, ninttreesee, bedding, bureaus and washstands, oil
cloth, kitchen and I asement fnrnituro Ac., Ao.
JOHN L. VANDEWATER. AUCTIONEER ?TUESDAY,
April 1*. at 10% o'olock, at No. 106 Willow atrcet, ilrook
lyn, household furniture, pianoforte, Ac.. iucluding two
carved roeewood parlor eultein brnratclte, French plate pier
?less, rosewood oottage pianoforte, centre tables, chair*,
bedsteads, mattresses, feather hods, bureaus, washstands,
royal Wilton and ingrain earpsting, oilcloth, chiua aud
glassware, Ao., Ao
JOHN L. VANDEWATER. AUCTIONEER?WEDNES
day. April 19th. ab 10% o'clock, at 16 Nassau street,
standard and running roses, ornamental ehrobbery, over
gnone, box, flower roots, woodbines, Ac. Also a choice se
lection of fruit trees, consisting of pears, plums, poaches,
quinces, 'apples, cherries, currants, gooscburrie , rasp
berries, Ac. taken upfront private nursery in Flu.ihlng. ex
pressly for this sale.
JOHN L. VANDEWATER. AUCTIONEER-WEllNKS
day. April lvth, at 10% o'clook, at No. 11 Warron
place, (Charles street) near Greenwich avenue. Household
furniture, rosewood pianoforte Ac: including two rosewood
suites in maroon and green plash, sofas, chairs, contro
tables, mirrors, royal Wilton oCrpets, Frenoh, Gothic, and
rcroll beadstends, enammelled inrniture, three ply and in
grain carpet, oilcloths Ac. Also ? ne rosewood seven octave
pianoforte, Bar more maker, and hut a short time in use.
JOHN W. SOMERINDVKE, AUCTIONEER?STORE
110 Centre street, corner of Franklin?Mortgage sale
of hotel furniture at tho Patriotic, No. 65 Franklin street,
on Tuesday, April 18, at 11 o'clock The furniture is all
nearly new, consisting of cottage bedstoads, mahogany bn
ream, hair mattrci-ece, ingrain earpeti, washstands and
crockery in chambers, mahogany sofas, chairs to match,
centre and sido tables, gas fixture* Ao., in barroom; splen
did oval mirrors, set of English prints, (the Scxsons.l othor
framed prints, ovsl black walnut tables, arm chairs, oil
cloth, marblo top side tables; also, bar fixtures, glassware,
1 ecr pumps, gas chandeliers, Ac.. Ac.; also, kitoheu range,
orockery, kitchen furniture, Ac. Tblo property is all
order, as the house has hecn open hut a short time.
W. 801!ERINI)YKK. Attorney for Mortgagee.
JOHN K. OAKLEY, AUCTIONEER?CONTINUATION
of the great al solute sale of the balance of the 1.600
lots in tho level, beautiful, and most desirable part of the
Ninth ward, Brooklyn.?OAKLEY A WRIGHT will cell at
auction on Monday, April 17, 1884. at i2 o'clook M., at the
Merchants' Exchange, the remainder of the 1,600 splendid
building lots on Nostrand, New York, Brooklyn Hudson,
and Albany avenues, and on Schuyler. Pacific, Dean, B >r
gen, Wyckoff. Warren, Iialtlo. Bntler. and Doug'as stroets,
Brooklyn. The avenues and streets to he graded at the ex
penaeofthe present owner. Seventy per coat cf tho pur
chase money oan remain on bond and mortgage for five
years. Title indisputable.
VndTICE.?THE YARDS FRONTING ON TnE HUDSON
jLv rlvsr, between Third and Fourth stroots, Hcboken. will
bo let at pnblle anothm, at the land office of the Tlohoken
Band ana Improvement Company at 12 o'clock, noon. on
Monday, April 17- It will lie lot In anantltles to suit the
wents of persons wishing to lease The character of the
lease will he explained on application to the agent at the
' - ' i of 1 "
land olfioe, aud at tho time of letting
W. W. SHIPPKN, Agent
OAKLEY A WRIGHT. AUCTIONEERS?WILL SELL,
on Monday, April 17, at 10 o'clook, A. M.. at No. 9
Front street, Brooklyn, household and kitchen furniture
consisting of tbo usual assortment; also a quantity of super
ior wine, in bottles; also ono set single harness
OAKLEY A WRIGHT, AUCTIONEERS, WILL SELL
at auction on Wednesday. April 19, at 10 o'olock A. M..
at the house No. 79 Pineapple street, near Henry. Brook
lyn, household furniture, consisting in part of rosewood
pianoforte, mahogany chairs in plush and haircloth, sofa
and sofa bedstead, large mirrors, printings, marble top
tables and dressiug bureaus, mahogany bedsteads, spring
mattress, hair do , Brussels and three ply carpets, one set
extra cottage furniture, (eleven pieces.) oild ths, crockery
ware, together with a general assortment of kitchen fur
niture.
EC-. AUCTIONEER.?HOTEL FURNITURE
? ?n <l?y. ?t 10 o'olook. at tbo Shakespeare hotel'
gra ?r,vh?. WnreVnt.^? r,
stands, hall lampa, Ao. Aleo, a general assortment If
kitohen furniture, with which thn ??fe will oonimon"
WATRIMOWIjil.
Matrimony made easy, on now to wis.
lover- Professor Lawton, foaton, formerly of LoI'lo
wul rend to no; addiwaa, on receipt of one dollar Boat. .. <
Plain directlona to enable ladia. and gautl.m^ to ^o th.
devoted enactions of aa many of theoBootueViV ? Itii
beer.. may desire. Ti c procea. la a* afmrdo bit ?
v it in a, that all ma7 be in&rrU 4 trr<jsr>octiv:i nf !ln iJf ?*
?nc. or portion, aid laet, though*oTleart it^an'L1"'^
ranaod WUh each eeeo and dtAtel , that dit Jt.on I," !
?Ule. Addreee Professor Lawton. Boston, Mate NotettaA
taken from the peat off, is uaUaa the postage U ja.4
"\J11S. I'RRWSTER, (10 GREAT JONE*" 8TPFIT
i>l corner of Iiowery.-All who wish her servicer in-ia'c
logy, lore and law mtttrra. in-erpr???!nlp.i-..artn h? !fik
ai d aalance, trlllng th< nemo of the lady or gentlem^nihll
will marry, ale,, tho nui.e of her visit""a ( S?l lo o? . .I5*r
will not long hare He oppor. '-nlty of , on mltln' they
: hor
MATRIMONIAL OF FICE MGRRA JONES' STRFET
etrnt r of the Bowsry ?Tboie w.ahing to form a 7 ,77 i
"k rial all'aare. will And it to their advantage bweelluVio
or addressing po.t paid. Mr. Prewater. wh?^ K,oneSfd w
mntnii cnlal register whereby nny l?d? or gentk man *
arenre I. tbems.lva. a partner f/r Hfef wltholt rcv.rUnTio
the uni.lt.iKknt alien atue oe adverti-a,* to ???....c .
w!: 1 cf. Parties limi t tend real name. raaldence^nal^Sl^
refcrrnen circumstance-, requisite-. Ac whkh will I '
cbinc-d Every thin ron< ernln- iTitcre or U. *"
nratly .?oMHi.tl.al. 7crm.:-Ge,U go UdU. ncrtMng
?itriie L.h,
1 R A M I K I Y HOC
UF and llicadway
C-Tl\Ci!:^SaTWa-V,K*"?TRK>-T
r^nplctr, and the ri oprle t.ir.lt'ViJ" ^"'in*""r
frlrada end the Pnfdic that iu Vn iow WV. l ? '' r
whleb are rary desirable alther for famlllc, oriurtigeitii
men. She would ala. attic that no pjaaor aaa^ im
SWWSft.fa." *""?
wrrs.'ir'Z'.-r; sa^za-iv**: r
TuTc/ntS'uSSr*** "
WES8W*c9T10.N?i:r-w".l sell on
stock JLd if * 0 ?,ook' ?* 834 Tenth aronue. the
tw.52. ??iJ ? ? *n 8*???** and liquor etore; alio, on
WKiaawa;""0?1
?w^apsa^^wsf^si.
No. 23 Creeae street, nil the aleyarr b?u* hoi I r --a
Ll? nT J o '"ua^-eoneietlng of parlor, ohamt.ir i
kitchen furniture, baring been manufactnred for the pr.....nt
owners, and being but a abort time in uae. Catalogue early
on the morning of aale. 7
WILLIAM WITTERS, APCTIONEKR, WILL SELL
this day, at 10^ o'clock, at 516 Broadway. the furni!
ture and Bxturea of a hair droning anloon, together with a
quantity of houtsohold furtituro.
WM WITTERS, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL THIS
day, atH. o clock, at 1H7 Canal trcet tnortaago
eaie of household rurniture, conaistlng of elegant eult of
ro cwood fnrnitnro in hrocatcl: alto aofae. Urge mirrora
lace and other curtalna, two rich ranee, oil paiutiuga'
Ltrarr book caaee, rocking and parlor ohaira. diVaiu. ole
g.nt tapestry carpcti. oilolotha, marble top drea.ing bu
r ?na, waehatnnda, toilet sets, Fronoh and cotta-o hod
e eadt. best hair mattrc.aea, feather beda. bedding. Eitchen
f mturc. and also a luantity of boarding honeo furniture.
WS. MELLOR, AUCTIONEER-PEREMPTORY
. eaie of elogaut and eoatly furniture, pianofortea, pior
ana orn. niirrore, elWer plated ware, Ao.?Tueedav Anril
K at li ko'clock at 442 -roadway. Grundy, Honghton A
Utllor will sell a Urge and aplendfd aaaortmeut of first oUsj
cahlntt furniture, w., flniabed in the moat fastdnnnhlo
ftylee and warranted oi the rery boat mate; ia" anob at ari
rurcly offered at auction, and consist in part'aa followa?
Parlor furniturc-Kichly reread rosewood parlor furnitnre
In e?"r?d ln brocade, aatin, brooatelle an J pluah or
the ricbcat stylca; carved rosewood etogoroa with mirror
fronts; ladies cabinets, sofas, tete-a-tetea. diran. and otto
mans, marble top centre, pier and fancy table., easy, Vol
talro and parlor chairs, oouchea. pt,r and mantel ilaasea.
Lining and library luriiture?Boaewood, ?ahoganrind oak
eitenflontnbles, aldebuarda, dining room thaira in morocoo
and ninth Uhrary booktaaea and aeeretarioa, aplendtdiy
carved hall stand., ball chairs, hat racks Ac ?'haml,e>
furniture-Carved r.-acwood mahogany and walnut bed
?tend, bureau., wa.h.Unda, and eom.aodda to match
painted chamber .alt., roaewood wardrobes with mirro;
door., mahogany do., rush and willow goat chair, eosy and
rocking do hair mattroeses. pal.a.soa, Ac. Also four ro.,,
wood 7 octave pianoforte., of good tone nnd dnlah. fully
Warranted. AUo an iavo ce of .nver plated ware. Catalo
guc. on the m> rning of sale.
XAT1111 AM IRVING A CO., AUCTIONKERS wit r
V> .ell at auction on Tuoeday April IS, at 10',' o'ilo. k id
tho saleroom, c Pine street-honsoliold furniture general
assortment, removed for convenience of e?U, oon'.iftlng Ir
mahogany bookenaea and aecretarka, wardrobaa, a largo
number of Brussels carpet., rosewood aofaa and chalra io
?atin dama.k, rewwood Ireneh bed.teids, marble top
dressing bureau, and washaUnds, hair mattres.e.
bed. bolster, and pillow., .ingle makbgany bcdat.ada, wUh
mattre.aea, Ac., complete , mahogany ?,|?, and chnJr. in
hair cloth; roicuood centre nnd pi?r table, with marble
tops; maple cottage bedstead., mapl. chairs, mirrora roll,
at tugraiu cat net. mahogany bodatuad., satin nnd dama.k
window curtalna; hurean. Ae.; mahogany dining and ton
table., china dinner and cn sets, together with ? largo a.
wareA k"?bd? furnitnre. stores, crockery, and glass
WILLIAM IRVING A CO., AUCTIONEERS wil f
sell at auction, uu Tnesdu>, April 18 at IIP'Vriooir
at bio. Hill Greenwich street, n general ateortment at i,?.I
hold furniture eoMlstlng of ltrusaela carpets, meho<?Hy
sofa, in haircloth, tuarb e top pier tables, Ornamental do
mantel ornaments, rooking an<f parlor chaira in haircloth'
window curtains, embroidered, mahogany card UhleiiwoVk
ANTTHKNIlim.
BUETON'S THEATRE. CHAMBER* STREET -DO0R3
open At 7 onrtain rlsee at 7^ o'rlook
Monday (Teniae, April 17 will k? porforinei
1UE TEMPEsT.
Proepcre r,.hir
Caliban Mr. Hurl 'n
Stspbano Mi Placid*
Antonio Mr. Norton I Trim-ale Mr Johnston
Alonio Mr Andrew* Ferdinand. Mr Jorlan
3. -I,a-Han Mr. Uolinan ?' Ariel Mm. i u u i
Mirnade. ,, ? . Mini Raymond
TRYING IT ON
Johstock Mr Andrew* | Penny. Mi?< iValtets
Potts Mr Jordan j Lncy Mri II
BOWERY THEATRE? PROPRIETOR AND MANAfJER
I. P. H al'lron, Stan# Manager, V. C Wuiajee Ti.n?
notice ? The dnort will open at?; curtain risosat71*o'ol iok
Lower Tier of Bores, JO rents Upper Tier, 25 cunt* Pit and
Gallery, lui, rents; Private Boxes 65. Sent* in Orchestra
Boxes, 40 cent*, Hosts in Private liox?* 50 rente.
lluuJay evening. April 17. will lie performed
HOT CORN.
Mr. Solon Mr. S'.one I K et< Mua A Waltert
Rev. Mr Prate ..Mr Lamb Wild Maggi* . .Mi<i U?rriu,i
Jim Regan Mr Johnaton I Athalta Luvetree. .Mile Orav
THE LAMPLIGHTER.
I lint Mr Johnston I Nan Grant Mm Clark
Jimmy Mr Winane ? Miss Paee Mi?e Dawea
PURPY'S NATIONAL TIIEAfUE-ADMISSION 35
and AO ceala. cliildrrn half price t<> afternoon porform
anooi only. Curtain rite* nt 7'j o'eloek.
THIS (MONDA1) EVENING, APRIL 17.
first time in America. a new moral drarua. untitled
THE CHILD OF PRAYER,
On Turner for Goi.n
Marie Little Cordelia IToward
l.onise Mrs J.J. Prior
Carlos Mr. J J. Priori llarabai Mr Kox
Uoraco 51i J. II U<>we | lie Laaeoor Mr. N. 11 Clarke
UNCl.E lOM'S CABIN
every Tuesday and Friday ovcnlnga, and iTery Wednesday
and Saturday afternoon*, until July.
The original oeorgb christy a wood's min
atrela. No. MA Broadway, parfora a very evening.
Tickete. 25 centa
Doors tpen at 7i eominenoe atSo'etoek.
This company has no ooaneotiun with any other.
U. WOOD liu.tinoee Manager.
GEORGE CHRISTY. Stage Manager.
A Card.?George Christy, well known for tha laet twelve
year* in oomectien with Ethiopian Mlnatrelay, take* thia
method of informing the public that he baa formed a copart
aershlp with Mr. Henry Wood, of Minstrel Hall, No Ml
Broadway, at whioh place be will appear every -veiling.
GEORGE CUR1STT.
BARNLM'A AMERICAN MUSEUM?THE LAST
week of thn OLD BREWERY -Monday evening, at
7)4 o'elook, tlie popular and beantifal new local moral
drama of THE OLD BREWERY In the afternoon, at 3,
the Nicolo Family, and the new local piece T11E PARTI
TION SUIT. The Living Giraffes Happy Family, It., to
be aaan aa nanal. Admittance, 36 oenta. children under
ten, L2\ cent*, tirat balcony aa* parquet, 13>* cents extra.
National academy or design -vow opis,
atfiSJ Broadway, oppoeite Boad (treet trom 9 A M.
to 10 P. M., dally, the Tweuby ninth Annual Exhibitioner
Original Plotnru*. by Living Artiela. Season tioketa. N
coiite. singla admission. 36 eenta. Tho Aoademy hnvh-j
acid its present galleries, and being about to remu >e, vTo a>
awtawaiww. asuva uuiua Ruuut tw nut
tlvaly sleae en the 25th of April
T. ADDISON RlCHARBS. Oc(responding S
Sao'y N. A.
B
BIN I FAMILY CONCERT ?AT TILE REQUEST OF
numorana frienda, Six Binl will repeat In ? attention
and evening Concerts ut 3)4 and 8 o'clock P. M., on Hon
day, April 17, nt Stnyveaant Institute (>59 Broadway
Tickets fir lertlemon, CO cente; ladles and children. 25
cents; for ia'e at G. Godone's music atoro, 773 Broadway
L Peseombe'a piano waroruums, 522 Broaieav, Ila-iism t |
Hill's daguerrean gallery, 3S3 Fulton street, Brooklyn, and j
oi Sig. Uini, at the door of the Stuyvoeant Institute, from 9 i
A. M. to OP. M. dally. [
QELECT BENEFIT CONCERT TO MR. WM. H. DAYAS.
K ' at the Broadway Tabernacle, on Tuosday evoning, April
IS, toeomuieace at/t^ o'clock precisely. Conductor, O. F
Briatow. Tlie following omlnrut artists will assist:?Mino.
StelZam, Miss C. A Diugloy, Mrs. W. II. Dayaa. Miss Mar
shall, Sir. F U. Iv'ash, fir M. Colbarn, Mr J. W Aldon,
Pr. Ci Evans, Mr C Tnoker, and JBr. W. CoarJ Tickets,
50 cents; to b" Lad of Berry A Gordon, 297 Broadway; Bris
tow, Morsn A Co , 12! Broadway, and at tho doors on the
evening of the concert.
OWERY THEATRE ?BENEFIT OF MRS. YEOMAN'S
Friday Bwairtao, aprii. 21.
Mri. Yoewians respectfully announces to her friends and
the pnblio that her benefit will take pise-at the Bowery
Theatre, on Ftidny evoking noxt, on whioh oooasion will be
presented
THE CORSTCAN BROTHERS.
In wb'oli Mr. E Eddy, Mr Johnston, Mr Dunn, Mr. Glenn
Mrs. U. L. Clarke and Miss I'. MITort will appear
SKETCHES IN INDIA.
Tom Tape .Mr. F. C. Wjtnyas
Who has Itinuly roiuntt jred
After which,
MY FRIEND THOMPSON
Barnaky M . Wiuans | Susan Mri Ytomanv
The whole to conclude wi'h
JACK SULPPARD
Jack Shrppard, tho first ..Miss Q. Davrea
Jack Sheppard, the second Miss ilur.ing
Jack Sheppard. tho third Mra. Yeouian*
(For this night only.)
UNCLE TOM A8 AN OPERA?THE SUCCESS OF
euch an undertaking as the above on its first announce
ment at Oeurgc Christy A Wood's Minstrels, 644 Broadway,
was conudered by some persons extremely problematical;
bnt the very first night of its representation ?et ovary doubt
of it* complete triumph at reat. forit was received with per
feet thunders of applause The vorsatiie Uborge Christy as
Topey astonished everybody, and tho public wild not now
be surprised at bis attempting anything in the comio lino
within tho whole scope ot the drama His Topay la all -wed on
all hands to be the most perfect representation of that part
ever attempted, and this has been the vordii t of thousand*
of 'Ncrin.iLatin ; persons who have witnessed it since it,
first representation It was thought long since that Guorgo
hadrnaebad the very aomeof exoetleaoe in hit profession,
but every once in aw liilo he shakos out anotiier link, and
there is no telling what ho is nut capable ol as a delineator
of nugro eccentricities
WHO IIAS NOT SEEN IT??THE OI'EUA OF UNCLE
Tom. we moan, as performed by Ueorge Christy A
M ood's celebrated band of minstrels, at 444 Broadway. It
it a novel performance, and a* gratifying aa it is novel. The
pait of Uncle Tom was never performed till Sam Wells
uok hold ol it. It haa been attempted, bnt never actually
Crt'ormed as it elionld he. There is not exaotiy a doton acts
the opera of "Unolu Tom." wbioh it would take a whole
evening to perform, bnt there is enongb in it to awaken the
admiration, tonoh the heart, and briug down spontaneous
lurats of applause from the andlenee during the whole of i
its enactment. The equate of little Miss Knoas* as Bra.
George Cbrirty as Topay, and Sam Wells as Unolu Tom, are
net to La found in the world, while the rest of tho company
sustain the different parts allotted to tbem in n manner i
whioh would do no discredit to the moot experienced stagers
SOMETHING NEW?THE WISEACRES WHO SUR
rounded Columbus knew wall enough how to make 1
tno egg stand on it* point after the adventurous navigator
11 pratHL-vCv j?.ilt. tod tp thsm the method. end we hero j
* f wH-r ?: .it'ehtue ill then George Christy |
A Wood'* Minstrels, t-M vmsfe**, i. ,.
simple matter to produce "Uncle 1'om in opeTUtnt, tor in
In this, however, if tboy should attempt it, they will Dai
their inistako, for tbeie is not a house in tho world where
it oouid he put upon the ??,-*?.? as ilia at the ahove estab
lishment. where crowdsot our moat wealthy and inHnential
citiieni nightly congregate to w tneas its reprosentation.
and who depart tilled with gratetul rocollections of the
touching appeals enlivening mirtlUulaeas, and soul thrill
ing nioludy contained in it.
TIIF GRAND TABLEAUX OF AMERICAN HISTORY-,
at Hope Chapel, is attracting large and oathu-uaatic
audiencee nightly Go and see them.
MISS LIZZY FIE1.DEN AND.MR STONE ARE EX
pected immediately at the Troy Muri um Go on at
once, or apply for particulars to CUAS. THUS. PAKSLuE.
Theatrical Agent, Burton's Theatre
DAXIIXG ACADEDUES.
Brooke s dancing academy^ no. 36i broomi:
street, between Broadway and Bowery.?School will
continue open the whole year. Tho Wednesday night soi7cos
will ho continued.
D
OD WORT US DANCING ACADEMY?AN EXTRA
soiree will take place this evening, April 17. to watch
sli the pupils of this seasou are ro peottjilly invited
,l.t.N DOIiWORTH
EXPRESS AGEXOBS.
MERCHANTS' EXPRESS ?G BINGHAM A CO.*
lino, fromd'hiladelphis.?IB64.?Proprietors :?Tbog M.
is, II. A. Steel, Philadelphia ; Geo. Bingham, t.
Riuehardt, Pittsburg. Freights lor PxKsbarg and tho WepA
8 ? lade?
phia for Pittsburg and the Waal, timo through fToae
Philadelphia, eight days Only one transhipment between
Philadelphia and l'ittatnrg Mark package* " 0. Hiogham
A Co.'* line, earn Alex. Gordon, Pittsburg." M L. OS
TRANDEK, Agent. OtBces. No. 86 West street, corner *
Albany, end only oflloe of this liue iu this oity, Bingham,
Davis A Co., 27<i Market street Philadelphia; Geo. Durham
A Co., Pittsburg.
TRAVELLSillS' OIL IDES,
CAMDEN AND AMI10Y RAILROAD TO i'UILADEI,
phia. from pier No. 1 North river.?Two lines daily, at
7 A M. and 2 1' M Aceommodation line at 7 A. M. by
steamboat John Potter, to South Ambny, thenoe ny ears to
way places and Camden, tare ?2. Express lines at 2 P. M ,
by John Potter to Aulmy, thence direct to Camden by oars,
through in five hours; fare 13.
H
ARLFM RAILROAD-INLAND ROUTE-Off AND
I I attfr MriD'lev March 27. (Sundays excepted,ifor Alba
ny and Troy, will leave City Hall station. No. 1 Centre
Street, areommodetion traiu, 7 A. M . stooping at Williams
Bridge and stations north. Leaving depot, corner of White
and Centre streets. morning express # A M ; afternoon ex
l>rtsa, 4 I'- M . connecting with trains North and Wost
From City Hall elation?MClerton, at 2*6 P. M ; Proton
halls, ht SP. M-; White Plains, at 10 A. M., 3.90,6. and B IS
P M., stopping at Yorkvii'.e and atatlous north. Williams
Bridge, at B 3d A M , 7 3D. 9 19, 12 30. 2 13, 4.15, 6 30, end 1
P. M., stopping at all way stations; Kordliam, at II P M .
stopping at ail way stations. Passengers may also procure
tickets and have their baggage ohecked for I tiua, Buffalo,
and other places west and north of Albany, at theoompa
ny s oBeea, corner of Bowery ana Broome street, nod
Fourth svenue and Twenty sixth street. Bunder arrange
inent ?Trains will leave for Croton Falls, and all way at*
tjons, at 9.3D A M end 5 P. M ; returning, will leave Croton
Falls at 7 A. M and * :kl P M , stopping at all way stations
. .. - . _s., * '7*dr-'"?*
a-congers by t.he Sunday trains will be received and land
ed In New York, at tho Twenty eeventh street station only.
Freight for Albany receivod daily, nntil * P. M. at the do
"Cectr ' """"
pat, corner of Centre and White streets
JOHN 1) ELIOT Superintendent
B UPSON RIVER RAILROAD-TRAINS DAILY
from Chambers street for Albany and Troy ?
Express train, 7 A. M ?Throngh in lour bonis connecting
rlth trains rofcotiing Bcff?lo oc ll j?atre*l at 10 o'olook mho ,
?an ing.
Mail tram, 9 A M ?Through way trains at 12 M. an 1 3
> M.
Express train 5 P M Emigrant train, 1 P M For Tar
ytown 10 30 1* II For Peekskl't 4 30 P M For I'ough
teeisie, 7 .PI A M and * P M Passenger* tag.m at Cham
ets. Canal, th.-iricphor Fr.irt?euth and T Urty first ste
Sunday trains from Canal street aid *0 P M for Albany
in 1 Troy, stopping at all wvy stations
EDMUND FRENCH dapertntendent
V1.W YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIRECT?VTA
XV Now Jerse; Railroad througl-.in four hours?Unit"I
mates mail and expr. as line It ive New York, foot of C?jt
lannt street, ?t ?eve", tin* and e'rven A M , an 1 at lour
and half pest fivP M Fare-9^1 73 In sevnu and eleven A
11 and tour P M , ?2*.' (ter so - -nd class) va eleven A M
fr m N"e York and foor from Philadelphia; Min nine a M
and half put five P h Aerommndatinn line Davos ?t
twelvv M (nt r. due-'d prices) firom Corliwndt sti -st. throngh
ie xlx hours Through lickete sold for MwHiuiorn Washing
ton, NorMk We 'leu, i> iDaisgton, and Chat ?..ou in Cm
abov e t; tins Tb-ough hap/rage *g nta in the n.ne and h ilf
past flint ?" > only PwMttm with haggxg* >'io?a the
Pert' fifteen minutes In-.,re the tram leavo*
U2 1 NDAV BOAT VCtE ALBANY MERCHANTS' LiNF.
gj Daly ?Tho a* wit tain paint' HERO, ('Ml J vv li in"
sey, w L loaT* the foot of Hohlueonttreet, Sunday droning
at j*elo"?, eonn noting at ail ,ny wllli Ceuwal Rallman
West, end >b- Ni rtbern r?ad ' a M 'litres' Ff r iintaroo ue
?aiips nog# apply on bward, if nt the otftee ua the wharf.
P?n age Ml cents
CjTNDAT 00 A". FOR Al .!> \ N T-CONN EC TINU WlfH
|) thsOe-.lnM Ti ilroad We t and the Northern fwad to
psntrssl ',b?V"r Hants' I 'noetsam nsla' l|s t?m i.??,
tats evaaiug. trom Mnrotay street pier, at ? P. M 1st H)
r*
AMVSBMBBrrg.
BROADWAY THEATRE ? 1 A MARSHALL, SOLE
Lessee ?Door* opeu ?t 7 o'oloek, tu em get ??
Monday evening A'>ril 17 will He performed
Tli E J A A LOt'S W1EK
Mr> Oakly Miss Jults Dew
" Oakly Mr Conwajr
Major Oakly .. Hr wmuni
Sir H Beagle Mr Fi*k
Rr-set Mr Davidgr
I barles Mr Urogram."
. nulet... Mr Hanford
Lady Ireetove. Mr*. Vernon
Harriet. M;?#.v OougtuL. im
r< lift Mr*. Fish
1'as Seal Mm Price
DOMINIQUE, TilK POSSESSED.
DoihIi.i ine Mr DavMne I Lad* Blanche... Mr* Nagle
Dumnu* Mr Pope | Jeauette Mr* Piafk
"IV A I LACK'S THEATRE, BROADWAY. NBAS
Y r lir umt street ?I), or* open at 7, to oonnuenn* at TIC
Monday evening April 17 will be Performed
A BOLD STROKE TOR A HUSBAND
Donf w.ar Mr Biawel Pedro Mr Via<m*
P' ipt ? ? ? Mr Lnttr Tmoin ..Mr C.'nppendaM
IJ 11 t mce.t,. .Mr Wall lit I Victoria Mr*. liany
barpar. .. .. .afr Thoio! Olivia Mr*. Coi.waw
Do? carlo*. Mr Dy..u i ,ur? Mri Coeawt
Unrcia Mr, Reynold. , Mar.cl i Msj f. DeaAa
a w , ?L?X k ANI) ML U01.it
Benor liana*!. .Mr Reynold* I Anita Mr St-phnan
Mr ?IU I laal "lla . .Mia* Dunn*
AcqtitlE .Mr bhiricy ) Nin?it& ....Mrs. lirou^h*oi
SNHRISTY'S ORIGINAL MINdTRELS, NO mROAB
V.' way. above Grand s-.re t OrganijeJ ic 1813 Tha fash
established company in ? xistenee,
T1IK MODEL TROUPE OP TITE WORLD
Whose concert* in New \ ork, for a sncota m of cgM
Jcar., have teen received witti patronage unparalelled in
tl.i annals of ainuaeiacnt ia thia city.
Or*? Evcnv Night. unntH Tint Sol* limit' tioi* or
E P. CHRISTY.
The only in'livid ual of the name of t'hriatv engaged a* a per
former in Ethiopian representation. The present commit*
comprise* ev.rj pcr*on now living who con/tit utaii iha 'ww.4
nt it* organiiation, (except Uuorgu N. nnrnngton >
A Calm ?The Chriaty Mlnatrels beg Icavo to inform t^a
pnhllc that they have no business eonnactinn with any otbast
cetahliehment in thia city or elaewhar*. A .'mission 3a acuta,
Cointucnco at 9 o'oloek.
E. P. CHRISTY, Manager and Proprietor.
BUCKLEY'S SERENADERS, CHINESE HALL. i*
Broadway, near the I'reacott Honae.
OPEN EVERY MOUT.
Tha oideat aatabliahed and moat talented eotnpaiy ia *E
i.toce, bcica tho ftrat to introduce harmony lot i Kiitio
plan Entertainments, tha <lr*t to sing Operatic Cho-uaea,
perform Burlesque Operas, Ac., Ao. The management haa
the honor u! announi lag that tbo Concert* of thia o unpeny
Wi'l still be condnctod in It* present fasliloEwtM ' style?'ht
without vulgarity." Time altered.?Coneort to eomaatMa
*t o'clock. Admieaion. 26 cent*. *
JAS. BUCKLEY A SONS. Propria
"WALLACE'S THEATRE.-THE GREATEST SUCC
YY of tlie aauaon
A HOLD STROEE FOB A HUSBAND.
Now sconary?new druaaca.
Momi av, Tuebdav, WKnitaeoaT, aito Tnonaoar.
It ,tn an entirely new oomediutta. called
NUMBER ONE, ROUND THE CORNER.
N'ibhlen and Noddlen, by.., .Mesara Brougham and Walnut
l he boa book open. _?
BUCKLEY'S SERENADERS, 539 BROADWAY/?
"1 uustiay evening. April IS, bontlt of T. F Hrtgga, *a
which ouca.,iou K. Horn will deliver hi* "Lecture on
IV .man's Rights," and positively tho last appcaranoa at
V >srs. Horn and Brigg* On Wodneaday ovanlng. A pad I
10. th? inlmilable G. Swaino Ruokloy will appear, on wbtok
occteion will ho nroduoed tho celebrated burloai(uo en the
Opeiaof ' I.ucia ai Lammermonr."
i^<T NICHOLAS EXHIBITION ROOM, 405 BROAD
O way, on tho earn# block with the 8t Nlohola* Hotel
WHITE'S SERENADERS EVERY EVEN 1 NO, ARB
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY A FTP RNOON8.
t it a it i tv Whitk Ann Dah Eaaxr
arc the .tarn anil oan be aeon for 35 centa. Door* open at7
pu.furo.ancc ooumcuco at B o'clock.
FRANKLIN MUSEUM, 175 CHATHAM SQUARE.
Latt wock of the tea.on ?Last chance of Boeing tha
" Model Artiatci," who will appear for tbo la.t timo, OfaiV
afternoun and evening Iooruaaed attraotiou. will be given
for tho oloeing week. Notice.?Saturday, April 22, and po^
tivcly the laat Jay of tho loaaon, will he for the heaout o*
the proprietor UEOKOE LEA, when a groat bill will be an
nounced.
Broadway menagerie, 337 broadypay-orav
froui HI A. M to IU P. M -The BiUUEST GIANT St
t in SulALI.EST DWAltP oa earth to be .eon with.ntemhga,
iharge. Fixat week In America of
Ki OPSTOYT,
the ilufman Giant, eight feot high AIM to be aeon %bl
hiLuriTiAB kino we gbtng lea* thnrt aix pound* Tha
Meuageti < lh'.ludo* the beet collection of Lmng WildBMMtl
ever opened in New Vork Ucrr Drteebach enter* tha Ml
four time* da ly Aduinj on, 35 cent*, obiidron under keoA
half price.
I AST WEEK OP THE EGYPTIAN A NTlyUITir*.
J Tin* eihihuion will positively close th<* week ' 'eem
from.1 A M. ti.l 10 1* M Admls*ion 35 n-nto. eatnli
15 ceut'i. Stay -.rant Intti'.ute, 059 Broatway
MlinPHY WEST AND PEKI/S OitlOINAI. AMD
only I xmphell min/trci* pertorm in ",'rcy on the lltfe
and 13th ot April, in Uti'n tho 13tli and 1 Ith In Syraenn*
the 15th aud 1710 m K?rhi star the 1-th 19th and 30th a cm
nunciug in Buffalo the 31*t. on thoii way V'u.t Sol
fir J". Mtirphv Luke We*'., and Mat l'eet, .boreal'"
Pure CampbeU'i. All ether* are apnrioua.
BANVARD'S hoi.y LAND AND RIVER NILE WILE
rinse positively next Wednesday evening. 19th in at..
, aa tho Georaiua ia relet Open every evani.ig, inoludieg
Sunday, at7\, and neat Satuiday and Wednesday after
nooua, at 3 o'clook. AJmiasmu 34cont. 59'i Broad way.
NIBI.0'8 SALOON-PAUL JU1.1EN S GRIND COar
eert, on Tuesday evening, April IS ?On this occasion
this great artist will execute, for the first time iu this
cunutry, tue variation* of Marteder upon a violin with
only cno attlng lie will be &*oi; ted by tbo tallowing die.
tiuguirhed art>ti;?M'lle Henrietta llehrend, Miss A Juaeb
(bar ilrst appearsnce.) Sig Mauaini K. Hoffman, aud A?
Lor.'au con luctor Admieaion, 60 cents; raterved seat* |h
Seat* can l e secured at tho mnsio (tore of Messrs Hall A
Si n a, -ill Diuauway. Tickets oaa alio be prooured at tfeff
prinripal bote:*, and at the door on the evening of the Gens
errt. Dour* open at 7. Oonoert to oommenni at d o'clook.
CTOM ERT~1N BROOKLYN*.-ON ACCOUNT OF TQ
J inc.. nienuy of tho weatbot, my coneert oannot taka
piace to night. It ihAll be announocd aa soon as poasihl* ia
this paper V. BUSH.
BROOKLYN MUSMUM.-W. Ck HURRAY'S DRAMA
tie and Mnsicai Entertainnmnt, an Monday ?renin*.
April 17 Mis* Kate Hunter as Leila, ia THE DYIJNu
GILT. The force ef THE TIl'PKKAKY GIRL, and tha
drama of THE OUTCAST SON. Comic and auntimsntAI
bingiag, with a great variety of Dancing. Admission, Ml
cent*.
M
K. I'HANFRAU COMMENCES AN ENaAOEMINT
in Baltimore thia night, and performs the laughtar
moving " Timothy Toodlca." He also appear* in other aa
teriai?.mint*, ill** Albortiae sustains Dickons'* beautiful
rrenlien of Little Dot, in tho drama of tho " Criokot on tha
Dearth.'
(TRYSTVL PALAU* -THeT'R YSTaITpaT.ACE YTHK
/ otH'iis \ *t ? *' >ol< \ M r'oww l H |? n an|Q
? * ? 1 ? ?? ? ? * "OD'.?; cbilUr 1 iD<l*st
jcacj ieJfcii .?? /ktiu.. /t . in, j*
J. M UA.T01IRLOf'iC, 5 '[??'-f iLjii ?ri?y4
EXT A A PAT.
tr S NlVY EXTRA PAY OFFICE -BAILORS '
) i t>ft? eia I4'? and Ih/VJ, nerved in the Ccluxnbua, Cjua
Girls. Ohio. Dale, hLurk, Ue'lof, Vandalta, IndepenZ*
MM, Levant CeBgreea, Dolphin, Ewing, i'ruble, Hippb,
w trr.a Southampton Maeajtchaantt*, Lezington, 9k.
Mar; a, Fort.-month, St Lawrence, Vinoennce, Fnlmontk.
Savannah ConatlMtion, Fredcma, thou widow* or hatnt
w.il be paid thi* rxtra pay by
t' I WARD BISSELL, Agent,
and flute. Potior U. S. Mary. 67 Wall (treat baeanaamA
PUO tHISALi!
Proposal for pure milk.-sealed propu*
rale will be reef.lvod I.* the Governor* of thu Alma
liouae at their office, Rotan la. Park, until 3 .'clock P. M.
of th<> 25th iii"t . tor supplying dally to the ui.titui iona oa
KandaP'n and Hlackweil'a lelandn had to BolluvneHo*
pital, foot of Twenty sufii (travt. Eatt river, country milk
of tho feet quality, for one year. commencing on the lab
day of Flay neat, to I ? delivered at each time and in took
quaiil.tiee an u.ay be required at tbo placet to l.e doatgnated
from tin. .' to time l.y the Governor., and to bo aubjeet to
audi ezaicination an they may direct, nn.l not to bo received
nnleea it c. mea up to the atnn.Jard of flret quality Separata
propoaala will he received for each of tl.o nf.ove named
plate*, and to be ao ompaniod with the namea of raaponai
ble partite a< ae urity for tba faithfnl poriormanoa of Una
ooatract. For further iaforniatian apply at tbair office.
Office of the Covernor* of the Aluinliouae, Aprii 15, 1854.
HOT1KSTEAUH. ~~
misr FLUSHING?ONLY SEVEN MILESVkoVtwM
m Cite Hall by Ferry and Railroad ?Wo call tba at
tention of all thune who are abont to purchase lota In thn
vicinity of New York to tbia beautiful property No pre
perty otlered for eale around the city i* no.aevaad of th?
natural advantage* of Weat Fluahlng. Tho etraata are
graded, ao that no tzpenae will he incurr-wl t.y the pur
chaser beyond the actual price of the lot. A groat ? umber
have already leen aold. The railroad runa directly thrwuh
it and the depot la In the oantra of thia property In add!
tlon to tbla the M tlllamahurg and Fluahlng atagea pnaa tba
nr. joitty every t'fteen minutaa. Tarma envy and aoeomnto
dating Full particular*, inapa, ticket* to viait the gronnd
Ac . At can be bad of UaKKER A KLLIOIT. 41 Nuaaaa
at ret'.. New York
nnn "ward IB offered to art:
?T t J.UUU eon wlte can aurpaaa the wonderful aeta
Lady Madam CllAon, ia the art of Aatrology l|dl
only lady la the United Etato* who can civ# eorrdat
meat* on marriage#, daaHi*. loaaaa, lawaadt*. abaantf
add aha alao can euro any dlaaaaa ia lta laat ataaa. That
vrlahtog to eonault her had batter cCU toon, far Mr aluAl
limited Raeidenea M Thampaoa a treat, batwaaa Ripmi
ecdaBpriag (areata
STROLOGV.?I'R. WILSON, 90 BROOME STRUK.
may be oonanltadon paat, praaant, and future areata.
Ha alvaa tba moat correct Information af aay peraoa la tba
United Statai. Birth required. Faatlaeoh.
Maim re morrow is. without rxception. ram
moat wnn'erful aatrologtat la tba world, or that haa
aver lieen known. She will tall paat, preaaat, and fuMM
avrnta, and wiU a how your future boat-end and abeggh
f. lenda, which haa aatoalahad thonaanda during her trnrma
In Europe She la n aavanth danghter of a aaventb dangh
ter, and waa barn with a natural gift, by Hiroklng the pa"
era of her wonderful aetenee. to toll even their very thonilztm
nr .1 will cauee happy palra to eome together who will AH
enjoy the crent at napjdneee of mntrvmouivl bllaa. She Ii a
descendant of a line or aatrologera reaehioz haak far oenln
ride, :.ud btr piediation* aro troly aatoniahing to all thai
villi lirr All who have bean di-apy-inted alaawhara, ami
those who wlzh a tpaedy marriage, mar aall aoon, and thay
rnav depend upon true advi.". founded on tba eternal prin
ciple* < 'rae.-ical aofonee 7# Hroame atreet, batwaaa Gan
non aud C'duuiUrt- Gentlemen not admittc 1.
vfEDICAL.
Da W \I'D NO. 50 f'ANAL STREET ONE DOOR
oh-1 of I>- >ad**j . aoliclta attention from ail whom Ih
I ornr rne II onraa with aaionlahing ectarlty ehaepnaaa
i and . arteii ty, ual guarantee* a permanent our*. At toad*
I till 10 P M
IvR JOHM'M", w DUANE street, mat re oam~
J ) aclt'.l eanfldenUally Dr. J ia a regularly odueatnR
i ?,i,v- ? ant He . practiced at hie proeont ..ffioeror tha UMI
'w-nty tevj' r* lionrafkom 8 A. Id. to 8 P. M
iTp t-OOA'ak. IMDUANt STIAJtRT, MAY RR (JOB
.1 > n.ltv 1 1 - 0 would reapacMvlly aollait of thoaa tnd
lei**<ite i a call being eatlaflod that Yrnm a praottaa el twana
ty tb" *yaars he czn give enUrcaiaftlafaetton
? v,c GULF T OF no |p Dg|ANB STRRET, MAT
1 ' t >nru" i with -onfldenae on to* tr iatrnm Twanby
'P"ctslit; hnablea Uim to gnarantaa aw
N It ?D?, V. la a mem',or -?r tha Naw Ymm
thric yoaralnht?a|
rnanant ewraa
Univerrtiy. Sea hla dip!amain hia ofhoa
*1 LARW INT, FaHIS aNi> LOMO.I I'Uftltiltt
1>I and .nrr*"'i !? "-in'i.it jd at 42 K ;v.l atcieh, oornna
n) tlr.edw.y RouillA V till IF M , aql fr-m ntillhU
tb evening "'nndaya fvuni t'ill 11? tt N 8 - N t the
| trng e'ara, It ? gr it work, 340 peg'1*, f (
T11R RAW 1#J'S CASKETS-CASKE1 8 -CASKITS.?A
(horta for voay li. elth, anrlshing tho blood, Ae Thaaa
I trafrraiit rtfj .ag ranneelara fbr Ilia thin, alim. Ml town
'Ijtp p'n., :. I groea-Indeed, for avaryhod v out of haalO
ar *i pi r> - bo- ti e nee of all other medlciaee G*'
1' * nepers Si.oiaaoo'a depot AH Spring at*
tha St Nieftel .e Motet. Am agent tinted 1
pud rtt'ige

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