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8AI/BH VI AllimUN. Auction notice. ? standard rose;.-j. l. TiilllWAIER A CO , 10 Ntma ?t - ,i1, will sell ?n Tuesday. April 18, 11 W)d o'clock, a superior and hmco ?e ?-ti,>o of moss, perpetual rose*. mid fln- plantsfrom the killer; of D. llull. Broadway cud Fiftieth ittt 1. A UCTION VOTICB.?Mr-CAFFRAY ,t WALTER", A notion- or-. cor Br r of CtHMiot and II inry ?ireet* A. Met'affrny A Kichar l Walter- late 01 <* Divisioni*tr#?t, would mlorm tbtir Mends and the public Kedfruif. >% ihf? have commenced the auction and eainfiu-i^11 ti?ej have oommeuced the auction i *t the ahovo named location. Mcner*. Met', .v Walt t< ar* confident, hj; strict attention to husines*. liberal <-&ah ad vaiieen, and prompt rutarnd of of giving the utmost eatinaution to thoR? who in?jE Ji^nose 1 t? la. -r th wTaTtbtdrraVrnnag"* r - U--f *?.* ' '? 'I" "f good* solicited, mid attauded tu-.tfa putt-tuality and de spatch. Auction noti< e?crockery. glass and cih _j j. VAN ANTWERP A SON will sell on Twradav April 18. at lOo'clora. at 109 Pearl street, iW crates and l'>d?. white granite, light blue, CC, and dipt and odrid ware, a full assortment; 7 casks Rockingham ware, j hhiii. china, iu all At piece*; 1 cash French ?as.and 17,'! packages gl v** v,-.re, assorttd, all kinds, j* u ?The aIxive to he #<-]d from tae shelves in lots to *uit pare baser*. City dealer*, grocer*, and country merchants will ilnii " to their interest to attend. Catalogue* ready early od the day of aale. Auction notice-dry noons, ?ilks. fancy good*. A".?/,. NEWELL A CO. will sell, on Tuesday. April If. at 10), o'clock, at the auction roe a. No. "9 Nuus street, a largo and general assortment of silk and lancy goods, the stock of a mcrehant retiring from hnsin-fs. com prising a variety worthy the attention of the retail trade. Catalogues at salo. Terms cash. PETER PARKS, Auctioneer, 79 Nassau street. Auction notice?n. wilhon, auctioneer ? ltootg and shoes?semi annual sale of from 4-M to 1,000 easea of beuta. shoes, and brogans, fresh and prime goods?on Tuesday. April 18th, at 10 o clock A M., at the store of A. D GALE. 226 l'earl street, where a prime assortment ol good* ean always be had at private sale. Auction notice.?h. wilson, auctioneer. will sell on Tuesday, April 1?, at 10), o'clock, at 110 Charlton street, near Hudson street, the furniture of a family removing to the country, embracing mahogany cush ioned chairs, sofas, bureaus, rockcrtb, cdstcais, uiattr -es, l>eda and bedding, mahogany wardrobe, diniog au-1 ;-x sion tal its, scvcial oholc? oil pain tin -eugruvin elegant rhina vases, mantel docks, Brussels and oilcloths, uiusie racks, tto-cres. rosewood ooiisge enairs. t-roratellc and lace window curtains, splendid window ?hades, girandoles troehi :v, gln-?war?, silverware,cutlery, Ac. Ba'e to eomiuei.ee w 'in ti e bedroom fiiralture Depo sit* required. Wednesday, splendid rosewood furniture at 722 Greenwich strict, near Charles. Auction nOTme.-thos. hem, a n n. nusn. au liomers. The sale this day, already advertisod, by orticr of executors, at lb), o'clock, at No. 27 Vandcwater stret I I clwecn Pearl and l'rnnkfort streets, will take place rain or shine; the furniture of a private hnardinghouse, l ien ty hee'rooms. nuineious feather he-Is, beddiue. Ae.; dining r< oni iurLiiuro, oilcloth, kitulien uteusils, Ac .; nut 1 i.e re moved same day. Deposits required. t'O.VKOY A LYNCH, Executors. Auction notkf. ?tros bell a ti. n. rush. 1 suctioncers. Wednesday, at lOR o'clock. at".!'- OlNI wit h street, the entire genteel furniture of a family: parlor and hedroora carpets, hall oilcloth, stair carpeting, hand some chairs, tables, bureaus. French and other bedsteads; a splendid 7 octave rosewood pianoforte. Barmore's celebrated manufacture; atnl other choice housekeeping articles. Also, basement furniture and kitchen arrangements, iu good or Ear. Deposits required; sals without reserve. Other sales duly announced. Auction notice ? nr. vym. w fiiirley?j. s. ii. Uartlctt will sell on Tuesday, April 18, at Id o'clock, at W John street?sale positive previous to removal?60 crates of crockery, all kinds of common and host ware, now landing: 210 packages New England and other glassware; 1,200 doicn cutlery, knives ana forks, covers, Ae.. 100 lots Slated and llritannia ware, a choice lot. Tl.t whole in lots > suit retsilcrs. grocers and merchants. Auction notice ? household furniture, ac. SAMUEL OSGOOD, auctioneer. will sell ut hit store, M Nassau street, on Wednesday, at 10k A. If., a large col lection of new and secondhand household furnituro, com prising parlor suits, iu rich hroratclle, enamelled chamber raits, sols*, chairs, bureaus, wnshstands, wardrobes, rock tag chairs, bedsteads, bedding, conches, couch buds, dining tables, centre do., srm chairs, carpets, etegcrcs. bookcases, oilcloth, book shelves, Ac. Catalogues now ready. To let, the whole of the lofts over store No. 64 Nassau street. In quire of SAMl'El. OSGOOD, 61 Nassau street. A UCTION NOTICE.?W. S. 1 NGRATIAM WILL SILL al on Wednesday next, at ld)i o'clock, at the salesroom, Me. 10 North William street, a general assortment of new and second hand furniture, carpets, Ac., also, on Thursday, at 10U o'clock, at 96 First street, a general assortment of fnrnilure. Particulars will be given in Thursday's paper*. Auction saijc of mf.ihci.nf.s, soap, appara tns, fixture*, Ac ?On Wednesday. April 19. at lO.tjj ?'clock, at No. 17 Ann street, near Theatre alley, the entire ?took of the establishment, comprising a large assortment of toilet and shaving soaps, patent medicines, syrups mix turns, Ac also, out-Mott's furnace aud kettle, copper ket tie, soar p presses, one large marhle mortar, ceantcrs. glass cases, shelving. Ac. The sale is well worthy the attention Of druggists and others. Term* rash PKTBR PARKS. Auctioneer. 79 Nassau street. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF ELEGANT 6^ AND 7 OCTAVE pianoforte*, manufactured by W. .vuuui A Co. These pianos are fnlly warranted, aid mast he sold before the lirst of May to close the concern. Those in waul of a first class piano would do well to avail themselves of the present op Cirtnnity to preenre one al a very low pric*. Apply at th* etory, 86 W alker street. Assignee sale?a. m. cristalar. auctioneer 2.'1 Bowery, will sell this day, 18th. at 10O clock, a large and valuable assortment of ready made clothirg, eon listing of < itsrim re. satinet, eloth pant* and vest*, casvi la -tcs. satinets, broadcloths, luitnv* baunkere ii f*. < rivsti, Ac., Ae. Hyorv.tr of S. D. klOSd, assignee. AMcCAFFRAY, auctioneer, store corner . of Ilenry A Catherine itreets ?MoCaffray A Walters will sell at 15 Hamilton street, on Wednesday. April 19. at 10}i o'clock, all the furnitnrc contained in the above home, consisting of parlor, chamber, and kitchen furnituro. car pets, feather beds, hed clothe*, aud mattresses. ALBERT II. MI CO LAV. AUCTIONEER.?ELEGANT j\ household furniture, mule by Uoux. rosewood seven octave pianoforte gilt frania French plate pier classes, r"Be wood ctegcres, Ac ? A II. \iculav A Jlo. w ill (ell at auction on It etlnesday April 19. at 10',, o'slock. at the residence No 20 Eleventh street elecant furnitnrc?The whole of theelc ffpnt fnruitnrc, made by Roux, rosewood pi-toc. Ac., roso wood snites in green and g-Id brocate'.le rosewood et -;ero. plate glass bocks; a splendid curved roiewood seven octave pianoforte, ma 1- t- order l>y I,indent-in A d-u- oust S'.IO; roecweod peatl in laid table, rich gilt frame pier glasses, krone clocks and candelabras. flgnres. Ac , chins vases, ffgurcs. and a variety of fancy articles Brussels, ingrain and three ply carpets, mahogany bedsteads, bureaus, w-a?h ?tands and tables, svfas aid chairs in hair cloth, and not stand Ac.. Ae.; oilcloth, ncnrlv new; silver plated and tea ?sts. fork*, spoons, cake haslets, castors. A . Also, ant glass. Ae., china ware, and a variety of kitchen utensils, with which the sale will tomraence. A C. TUTTLK. AUCTION F.ER?HAN DSOM E HOUSE ?AX. hold furniture, large mirror*. Paris made piano. Ur i cotelic hangings. Ac , the pr.-pcrtv of a cent Ictus t g-dui to Enrope.? A. C. Tuttle will cell <>uThursday, at In 2 o'cl 'ik, sit the large house No._792 Broadway, all "the superior fu stiug of six lsrgssise Fran h niture contained therein, consisting of six large mzc Frsti h plate mirrors, with marble sabs and brackets, brocatelle and lace window bangiaga. rosewood parlor suites iu green ,nd gold hroeatslle, tapestry, Brussels and other carpets and oilcloths, rosewood and mahogany dressing bureaus, bedsteads, hair m?tire?see featherbed*, bed -ling, marhle slock and girandoles, extend n and centre table*, mahogany sofas and chairs, enamelled cotta:? suite*, stair carpeting, rods. Also, one imo rt.-d rosewood pianoforte, ol superior tone ami finish; cost 671*' Also, kitchen utensils, with which the sale will commence. 4 atalogues on the morning of sals Deposits required front all ptirchafers. Beans, dried apples ac.?auction, this nw at No. 67 Dey street, c irnrr of Greenwich street, at 12 ?'clock, fifteen I ac* of 1 cans, teu barrels dried applet; also. 10), o'clock, an assortment of tobacco segnrs. brandy, gin. wine, herrings, shoulders, staple gr eerie*, mUce'.lauejus svrticlt *. pencil? A . in lots to ssit buyers WELLINGTON A CARTER, Auctioneer. BA CHILTON. AUCTIONEER ?TENNESSEE . Lands.?Peremptory sals a! auction. t.y COLE St CHILTON, st tho Slercimo**' Kxchante. April 2U. KH. at J2 o'clock of nboat dOO.'fOO seres of land in Morgan County. East Tennessee, belonging to the Tonnes'ce Colonuation Company. These lands are situated in Morgan county, "U ?he tints of the Cumberland mountains, in ona of tho most salubrious and healthful climates in the United States, They arc fertile. a all timbered, watered by beantifnl utrtame, driiing numerous gr.?t and saw mills?tlio bast grazing lands in that section of the State, with coal and iron ore in nbnndsnoe. and some copper has been found. Thersilrrad from Nashrille to Knoxrtllo. recontly ohsr Acred by the Legislator* of Tennessee, and the railroad from Ctectasatl through Kentucky to Knoxviiie wil both pass throrngb these lands by the Ka-t Tennesson an I Virginia railroad. now nearly completed, pnsscngure from Now Vork wrtll reach Knoxvillc in thirty sit to forty eight hours. Thoro trill also be sold, at the same time, 78 lots. 80 | y iju flet each, in the company's town of Wartbnrg. Ttiie town con tains betweon fire and six hundred inhabitants, court honse, ?bvrchtw. school house. Ac. The sal* will bo without re ?arse, to clcre the affairs of the company. Title in tif| utn He Full warrantee deeds will h? mren Turtle:?One third cosh, balance in tws years U?ps ef the property and fall pari u mars can be olteinod at the office ut toe xue tfoncers, 18 Naeoau street. Ba. chilton. auctionmr.?pbbemftory ? admlnistritrLx talo of elegant housel.ol 1 furnitnr". l>elt ncing to the estste o' IV. H. Ti'eston. iece ised.? Cole A Chilton will sell at auction at lu't o'al- ct. ou Wedncj slay, April It, llttt. at No. SO Serenth street. U 'ar riiir.l atrnne. hoi: ,held furniture, romp Ling rUh t*p?#iry ?b<1 Brnriels carpets, marbled oilc|..tbs, csrired inahozany sofa nod tables, figured lace curtains, blue damask <1 ? , eSiians chairs, Chinese tea poys. rases, Ac.; blue, whit* and gild cl ina sen. breakfast dinner and tea rets, t-rra rolls. silver pin ed war*, ri'hly rut gl*s*ir?ro cutlery, French plnte pier glasses, waiters. Ac ; solid mal o^any ci tension dining and breakfast tables; elegant r sew < *d idaaoforte, iy Noras .I Clara. etegerrs. books mu*ic. pic tures. Ac.; 1 russule s*ar carpets. mahogany French hoi ?testis to at bit tup bureaus and washstan Js, patent spring *td hair mi.tirrsses. solid marogan" esrrotoiro, lirgs do. ?wardrobe, valnat bureaus. \< . torsther with a raricy of ?xcellt oi dining room basement and kitchen far tilttre. all gieariy now nnu mostly male to orler Catalogues csu be find at the an tloue.-rs office. It Nassau str- ?t. or on the morning of the sale. (Wednesday.! at tho house. No. 30 itercnth street. Tlie sa'e will commence wlta the parlor ffuToitnrr, at 10'^ o'elook precisely. CORPORATION DOCKS AND 8LIP8 TO BE LEASED at public am lion.?Notice is hersby uiroft that the fol lowing docks and slips, belonging to ths corporal ,on of tl, ? city of New York, tho leasts of which were not disposed of at thi auction sale on the 23d ult.. will be lots Ion bids at public auction on the Drat day of May next at 1 o'clock M., at the City Hall, for the term of fire ys.irs from t'i" l.rst day of May. lsil, via. : ?East Riser-I. F.a*t half oi j.icr No M and half of bulkhead between ,r*> auo .'>7, foot of V'alnnt strci t. 7 Wet half of pier No V and half of lmlkhead I etwven 87 and f>1 foot of Walnut stroet. If. Th" half of l.< tb piers and bulkhead at the foot of Itren.ue street North Riser?4 Rnlkliead at the foot of Harr>w street. A I'ierNo A1 and kelktu ad south to the firry anJ hull of Aulkhead between M aud .'id. at tlie foot of Christopher sstrcct. C Pier No. AA. at foot if Hammond street 7 l*?r loot of Nineteenth street 8. New pier. (T<k> feet long, i foof of Twentieth strict. P. N?w pier, (.US! feet loog.) foot of Twenty second street Tersan and conditions of sal ? saute n* the former sale. (Jarch 23 I And also map) exhibiting the wharres and piers may lie aeon it tne Comptroller') of fie. Cellar No. 1. Franklin market, fronting on South street, at present occt | ted iylt Cage will al?i he leased for fir* rears, at the time and place and In the manner ?foresaid. JACOB A. IVESTERVF.LT, Mayor y R. Til 1.0V. Recorder A '' PL A tip, Comptroller. F W. EDMONDS, Chamberlain irv CHAI'NCKY, fkn F. Com lid AM W M M VEhMJLYE. Chn. F. Com. Bd. Connn. Commissioners of Sinking Fund. FJiisr.cc Department. New York, April 18 IS'l. CL. TICKER. AUCTIONEER.?BV BILLING A ? Tucker OfiL i AT Walksc street).?Hons# sale of cle gant rosewood and mahogany fnrniture. relret carpets, nee wood piano, rhina ware. Ac., on Tharsday, April -0. at 10 o'clock n? tnc res'ot nee of a prirats family declining L 'Beekeeping, No 7' West Tw#aty third rtreel, near Sixth ax tine. all the fnrniture. carpets, mirrors, beds, bedding. ?/? < A*g_y. As. |vw Us sale jsvusg, i'o*sssbi-i dii.K.s at Xtctiowi I ? I)K! AV\N. Al< TIONKER.-TIIE cs / ttlARl l" personal attention to .ale. ?*(aue- I I furniture. at tb? residence of the iwn.ri; tifB. of lionw'boM mooko, and other .oenntie., caM ?1.0, irooJ.. hordw.ro. crockery. Ac.. Ac. 5.' * "nazs. and Vetnrn. pro apt. To tho.e unae.iaeint Term.??dern h(l r))fers by permiselea, to ltd ward K. rd,T_)d ?(r .UUon Z.dock Pr.it. tlom J Phillip. Pheou.g, i ?t'h. r- Office ,?t present 27 Be?kman street, after the iJi of Mat dci'. in the new marble building 119 and 1-1N"_ street near Beekman. Liberal eaeh ?d?a?c.. m.<i. on merchandi.il of ercry tUetldptloH. CHARLE*H.|I>ELA V AS, Auct4ontt?r and Corautifiion Mercftiji. ..vi- .n.I At Vrivate tale. 300 dozen Bach, ivory handle tah|? and ?V.crt k. iVe,. with plated fork, to match, a sup.rtor ar des.. WR ffi -- tide for hotelkeeperw f\ I. TUCEER, AUCTION KER.-BY BILLING A ( ; Tucker -Sale of household furniture, on VYedne-day, V.ril 19 at 10 o'clock, at houae No. <3 Walker street It few dill T. wcel of Broadway?all the content! ol this hou.e, aa above, rarticular, to morrow morning. Bp hash, AUCTIONEER, STORE 310 BROAD. . w iv- Ae-i.neee' rale of rlaims, aetoe. Ac., on Erlday, Anril'l 1.-.M at 10 A. M., at the store, tonsirting of all dJul aDd choir* in action cmlraoed in assignment made MrrchriKMly Oti. VI Moulton. whioh remain. ...col i lot ted and due. or belonging to his assignee, under th it aT.icnmont U . ' also .11 book. Of account, notes, bills, or I o"t.cr evbleme of .uch debt.. A list of .lairn. w.U he cxiiil itcd ? n ti e day of sale. I) p hash AVCTIOHM%-?*ORK. iM'BROAJ ? ,v 30 sale of printing material., A ?, oa It od dav Anril Vf,lBd at 10 A. Mm at No 9 Spruce .tree! consisting ?'f 'presses, inkcrr. cutting machtncs, chase", gal ley'. every description of type^ar.c and .mdl job tyi*. wood letters, cuts. imp .tmg stones ^tcJ"'uh?ent ?uitat !c for a pagaN or newspaper egtabli.Ument. hy?EV:ir"f"sEiwi on Tuesday nioruing. , , , Tnv AUCTIONEER.?F. COLTON WILL SELL ,V .... I. win n i, mi o tit u/ual assortment nt m&hogauy furniture of all d Sfpttona; d" "root, oilcloths, bed. and ma? ro.sc . . ta. anil sola heditoaila, ehlna and glass w are, ta dc cut !.r- .t. ves refrigerators, Ac. liout forget .he hour-2 T7S COI TON AUCTIONEER.?GENTEEL HODSEHOLp VurVitilre Mirrors, Carpets, Oiiolothu, Cottage V urn tesiispiliiil aSiS&sas r i. i; ; . lied cottage furnituro. basement do., Ac. I ho lab uiii be peremptory, without regard to the weather, and catalogue." on the morning of tale. TT COTTON AUCTIONEER-SPLENDID ROSEWOOD It ?,ut ui'ahoirany 1'nruitnre, pianoforte, l-renoh plate uirroes tsnestry Brussels and tlifM ply carpets w ?,"T! mirrors, itpeewy. TON' will oell on Thursday. Ai?rll STinoi *-oUcTaf7WIt oadway. oppo.lt. Grace ('hurcb miism ' no?po6tpoiie. ment on any aeoount. 1 T^INE "CABINET FURNITURE nmTSEKEEPINO I EHHisfc i r r 1 r'SH-feEt ?arM.is.jS& ( faction. ? 1 TYENRY It LEEDS, AUCTIONEER.?BT H.H. LEEDS ' J) 11 en r v .tree t^" ?Br oo I i yn'.'' g o t! t cc 1^ h o n s c h i> 13 f u r n i t li r e, : ^n&rk^rfu'rSitJ., cfn.isUng of BrnMol. ta^try ' Atlantic Ftrect, Brooklyn TTFNHVII IEEDS AUCTIONEER-BY H.U.LEEDS L\'i^?vx"SA;iiS v.s.iA - pier glae.c. slat, anaiiracaei.r tsL|ej rioll bronze ' Iide"rmuu" audelicra and candelabra., brouie and marble i ^[00kt BrnPf'l ingrain and throe ply earpet. and r . llrn.sVl. and Venetian Stair carpet*, mahogany hat racks, stoves. *tc. Also, a larg which t. e faU will commense TTOl SE SALE OF ELEGANT FCRNITURE, RICU H silvr ware, carpet., painting., m'rrors. fancv arti.lo A. Will be (eld to morrow, M cd iic.il av, April 1.. at j u .lock therontcut. of the four .tory faunae. 1.1 V orty lift n street near Broadway, consisting of rich tape.trv carp Wruiselsand Venetian stair carpets, lace and brocatelle ?"c.Tr. ov.l mirror., suite of ro.ewood furnitnr. In bra catellc rusewiH'd.nd mahogauy softs, ea.v ,n"J chairs, el ran; rocewood etcgerc. with """hle top and1mlir oil paintings and steel plate engraving*, a ?r ,Kt ,*"?'r. rU " Vld'cliors Vn7i. ?X''diA.^ flowe'riuXiakS haVket. castor"! salvsrs. sr.lt stands, apoons. forks, soup SSilllliii SSSSiSS Z^VtllToodB C. W. HOLMES Auctioneer. JOHN h. VANDEWATER, AUCTIONEER?BY VANDK water A Turner, on Wcdneeday, April 10. at 11 o'clock, M Fairmont, liorrisania, tlic former residence of Wm T. B. Milliken. Esq., adjoining the residence of David Hi'ia.cn. I h | Trains .wave t. lty Hall at s, 9 and 10 o'clock. Homo held farnitnra. carved mahogany suits, consisting of tete a tttc arm. lowing, and parlor chain; workstauds; carved marble top centre ttl le?; curtains; mantle and parlor orna mmts. Brussels, tapeitry carpeting; library ami aecretary book caae, Ae ; chamber furniture, consisting of uahiwcoir and walnut enroll and cottage bedsteads mvttre-sos. paliisa eei. bedding: toilet taMea; toilet acta; wardrobes; ingrain carpet. Ac.; ball and basement furniture, hat abends; oil < li the. atair carpet: refrigerator. Ac Also, a geueral aa aortmcnt of kitchen fnrniturc, with which the sale will oom menc' ( nialognea will l e ready two daya before the lale. Deposits will be required from every purchaser. TOHN L. VANPFWATSR. AUCTIONEER?WE DNE8 c> day. April 19th. at 1111 J o'clock, at No. 11 Warren place. (< barbs street) near f.reenwicb avenuo. Ifonsohold fmnltare, roacwood planoforta Ac: including two ro(cw?ed anitea in maroon and green plnali. eofas. chairs, contra tables mirrors, royal Wilton carpets. French, Gothic, and acroll headat-arta. enammolled furnltnre, thrse ply and in grain eai pea. oilcloths A*. Also one rosewood eevon ectave pianeforto, llarinere maker, and hut a short time in uao. JOHN I*. VANDKWATER. AUCTIONEER?WED ncsdny, April 1!'. n< o'clock, at No. ? Summit street, second house from Columbia, South Brooklyn, household furniture, greenbonse plants Ac., consisting' in port of Mack walnut furniture en auite. eofas. tables, r! airs, mirrors, oil painringa, mantel ornament" Brussels carpeting. twelve ir?u bedsteads, with moecheto bars and tiling* twelve feather beds, bureaus, wasliatands, three ply and ingrain carpers, oilcl the. Ac. Also, an assortment of greenhouse plants, also, six canaries. >ne crusted cardinal, one mocking bird, and cae green parr >t. TO UN I. VANDKWATER. AUCTIONEER-'WKDNES tl day, April 19th, at lljtj o'clock. at 16 Nassau street. ? taudard and rnnniug rosea, ornamental shrubbery, ever freena. box. f!uw*r ruota. woodhlnos, <wc. Also a choice ae iction of fi ult treas, loniiating of pears, plams. pea has, quinces, agplee, cherries, currants, goosabnrries, rasp berries. Ae taken up front private nursery ia Flu^ng, ex prcxly for tliis sa'e. J OHN L. 'VANDEWATER, AUCTIONEER -THURS ilay. April 2d at lO^o'elook at the salesroom, 16 Nassau street, standard dwarf, standard inoss, climbing and run nirg roess. Cbineaa tgso. peoaia, Westcrlas. honar.<ucklea, pt t plants, pear end apple tr -s Ac., iu every var.-ity, fr iin ti e cuaei ry of G. Mare, Astoria T OH N 1. VANDEWATER AUCTIONEER.?THoRS ?I day. April At at 10lj o'olock at fWsT Broadway, oornsr si Prince street, household fu'nitnrv sofas tdte a totea. loarl lc top eentri an 1 a.da tables, pier glasses. Brussels anil three ply carpets, Gothic sat *<ro'l badateads, mat tres?es. feat' r beds wardrobes oilcloths, kitohen furm turn, Ac. Deposits will ba re m.rad from ovary pnrihasir. JCIIN I A AN'DK W \TT R " AUCTION F. V R ?T If I" R * day Anril rti. at 10 o' lock at N .. l"d Henry atrvt. near State, R >nth Brooklyn, household furnitor t. consist ing of carved ro?ewood suite iu plush. French plat pi*r glosses r< sewo id seven octuve pianoforte, marble top centre and sofa tables r sewood and mahogany French bedsteads, tnaltreeacs Brnss Is. tbrae ply and iagrain carpets, marble top ( nroans. washstands w :-Irotee. oilcloth, kitchen fur niinre. Ac Deposits will be reiuirsd from every par chaser. TOHN I. V AN DF. WATER. AUCTION EE K ?TITUR el day, April 30, at Id o'clock at No. t Herri*.,n street, t.ear ( unrt South Brooklyn, rii h household fnrnit ore. r >*c wocl seven octave pianoforte, Brussels carp*; mirrors ? amask window curtains, carved resewood parlor suits in latin Irocatells; etcgeres, i r-neh. Gothle and s< ill he I tte.tds. marble top 1 urcaua, withstands. tustlr-'ss.*. ward ro! or, feather lea*. ingrain caipeta, oilcloth. Ac. TOHN W fiOMFRINDTKE, AUCTIONEER-STORE al ll*> Centre street, eerner of Franklin? Mortgago sale ol hotel furniture st the Patriotic, No (15 Franklin street, en Tn ,d?v Anil lit at 11 e'cloek. The furniture i< ill nearly new consisting of cottage bedsteads, mahogany bn reans. bairm i r ses. ingrain carpets, weihitands and croekary n j .u . rs, mahogany sofas, chairs to match, eiwitrs at"! si le tai.ias, gas fixtures Ac . in harro in: (plea did oval mirTors, sat of English prints, (the Seasons.) other framed print* oval Mark walnut tables, arm chain, ol! Cloth, marble top side ta'lrs also, bar fixtures, glassware, beer pnmpl gas . I.andstlers Ac . Ac.; alio, kitchen rente, crockery, kit. h?n fitrnitvre Ac This property Is all In eood order as the i "u-a has I ,,-n open hut a short tiino. JUUS W. SOMBBINDYKE. Afi. rnev for M-'tgagae. TAMER COLE. AUCTIONEER.?FURNITURE 8ALI ?l at No 95 I niton street, Brooklvn?Jemcs Colo t Ron will sell at auction on Tuesnay. April 18. at 111 o'oloek A M . nil the fnmitnre contained in ti.e el.or a bans*, consisting In part of tliree ply and other i arf-l*. oilcloths chairs tthks. i edsti sda, soraa, bureaus, washstands. At., A?. SnN posi tive, Terms rash, in bankable money only. T A MILI.fi. AUCTIONEER?RY JOSEPH <"OWf*T.? I 1 The furniture. stock of copper . coking utensils ranges, I srtrkery ware, refrigerators, bar ) vture-q ..yster Hands, Wi??s. llqncrs. -ernes, Ae., of the Koh-l Mar-aleon No. Afi i i ? y str. et, near Greenwich street lately k- |' i t f. Schnel- j r. Rele ..n 11 ednesdar. at 10 t'elo k. without I cpr0. | V??i Iv bf ItmttfWu i-i, . SAI.KS AT ArOTIOM. J OHM FI8IIULATT, AUCTIONEER.?SPt'.tVO nitnre ssle ? J FiAlilitl having *<?<? .?? 70* ft*' late indisposition, respectfully rctninde hi; tricu is an I the ' ?i he ii ready to undertake and ziri his p:r >nnl I tni nisi nt household furniture of f Inil.- s, or -it Ii-7 l>ro..dwr.y, and r??t ebants' KxeLii go. etockg, tucreliandUe, Ac All orders will to attended to with promptness and despatch. and meet reasonable. JOHN Eisnitl. ATT,tie eneral Am'ti-'oeer, at present Ml. 137 Broadway, Storage of all kinds tun en, tail the feet of care bestowed. JOSEPH HE OF. MAN AC< TIONUER?WEDNESDAY. Ap'il 10, at 0 o'clock A. M. precisely. ai 4.' R;?* ? street. Brooklyn, a large and general assortment of fn?ni ture including an excellent rosewood piano, Gilbert maker, and handsome gai fixtures. At 2)* o'clock P. it., at 177 Bearjr Itreet. between Joralemon aud State streets, house hold furniture. Catalo-aea tie day before uaoh rn'o, at toe eah aroom, t? illoughby strict corner of Pearl. At priva' . sa'.e?The elegant large four etory mart le front honee, with four lota of groitnd. on President etreet, tiio first marble front Louse treat of t linton, between Clinton and llcury streets. Brooklyn, "he situation is one of the most destra 1 le. and the bousi one of the finest in the city, being finished throughout in the lest mauncr, and Luilt expressly lor the present owner and ocenpant. Thursday, April 50. at 10 0 cluck A. M precisely, the large assortment of elegant fur niture contained in the above house, c >mpri?in.' one m at superb medallion velvet drawing room carpet, gre n and gold clouded, with w ide and very rich border, vol et, ltru eels and ingrain carpets; j iano by Chickering; rosewood and mahogany chamber, ball and parlor furniture; spl t.did window ciirtiiins. mahogany extension tablei, elegercs, mat tresses, pier jlaascs. elegant china dinner and t> a sets, Ac. Also, scry rioh and coatfy French bronie and gilt chande liers and brackets with globes. Ac. Also, about half-past 12 o'clock, in front ol the boose, one light one horse top wa gon, one top wagon with shaft and pole, made by Flynn. in good order; one coupee, in good order. Catalogues utay bdoo tnint d at the Central Salesrooms, WiHoughby stre t, corner of Pearl, near the City Hall, Brooklyn. The special atten t on of purchasers Is invited to this sale, as the furniture is 1 f the best description, and mostly as good as new. 10 ' 11.1 E, KENTUCKY.?BV 8. <J. UENKY A CO. J ?..urge sud peremptory rale of bagging, hale rope cor dage and oakum maehiuery, and 17'.' desirable building lots, nt auction. On Monday morning. May 15, at lOo'ulock, wo will sell on the premises the trick bagging and rope factory corner Broadway and Eighteenth etreet. with afire proof Lemp house, and all the m&i hiacry contained therein, in Ii is tn suit purchaser!, consisting of 1 Arnold's patent heck ling machine, 3 tappers with cylinder feed," 6 drawing frames.* 15' Day's patent spinning;machines, new flyers and chains.* 1 Manila picker,* 1 tow picker, 5 spinning frames, 111 flyers each, for tagging yarn; 5 loom I for weaving bagging, it vviin in/trainee tor ?t,utile bobbins. 1 warp machine and I oil in frames, 1 calendar 1 card and tur box for making machine spun oakum. 1 oakum press. 2 new four feet tow ' new condenser do. do.. 7 new hale cords for l ule rope, + I new condenser do. do., 7 new hale rope machines, i .pal to any nine In Kentucky; 3 largo jacks for hanlirg and laving up to largest site shrouds used on ves sels.* 2 ret.ii, jack's, 1 ooiuponnd geared press r-pe mnshino. 1 tuning machine for 4-singlo threads, 1 reeling mat hi-a, I collcr uud reels. 1 spnn yarn reel. 1 guage plate and tubes, l>j to !? in. hot,* 5,000 In I I ins, 4 hand wheels, 1,600 feet rail II ad iron, top sled tops h. with iron (heaves for endlese bands drising shafting, drums, tightners, Ac., in fact evory Ihii it qpnnccted with u well appointed ropvwalk; I engine and 2 hollers, .'infect 4'-' Inches in diameter; Iwilmartli engine, lathe turns, 8 led 24 inches diameter, with universal chuck a ii ii I Lunge (.car for tutting screws. 1 wood lathe and tools, 1 Intl.e to drill iron, w it It large lot drills; 1 act blacksmith's tocls. new bellows, 2 sets stneka and dies. 1 chest carpen ter's tools, 3 vices, ail sorts wrenches, cold chisels, lain mors. Ac. The lumber in rope walk and tarring bouse to be moved in ten days. 179 building lots, 30 feet front, and running from 100 to 209 feet deep, situated on Eroadway, Magaiino, Chestnut, Madison nn<l Walnut, between Eigh teenth and Mlnctcenth etreets; 5 frame bouses. Terms for real estate?Ono third cash: balance in one and two years, with interest, and a lien retained to secure the deferred payments. Terms for machinery and movable property? Four months' credit, joint noto payable in liauk. *11' t by, anil the same as used by Sewn 1, Day A Co., Boston, to whom 1 refer, t Built by Todd, Mackay A Co , Patterson; the halunce by first rate mechanics, and all in the best con dition. Messrs. U. B. A M. 11. Johnson (my present fore men, whom I can highly recommend as bagging and rope manufacturers) arc open to propositions to take charge of fimilar machinery, or would he willing to run th??oove bagging and rope machinery, and deliver bagging at ljic. a yard, and bale rope at Ko., they paying all expenses. Par tics nt a distance can rely upon all the machinery and build ings Uing i firred and sold without resorve; also, one-third of the real estate. For further information, address JONA. PEARCE, Louisville, Ky. MN. CROFT, AUCTIONEER, WILL SEI.L, ON ? Tuesday. April 18, at 11 o'clock, at No. 86 Columbia street, South Brooklyn, the contents of a pnslie house, also, the household furniture, together with a largo (took of liquors, Ac. OAKLEY A WRIGnT, AUCTIONEERS, WILL SELL at auction on Wednesday. April 19, at 10 o'clook A. M., nt the house No. 7'J Pineapple street, near Henry. Brook lyn, household furniture, consisting in part of r< sewood pianoforte, mahogany chairs in plush and haircloth, sofa and sofa bedstead, la'go mirrors, paintings, marble top tables and dressing bureaus, mahogany bedsteads, spring mattress, hair do., Brussels and three plv carpets, one set ' oilclot extra cottage furniture, (eleven pieces.) Olid othe, crockery w*re. together with a general assortment of kitchen fur i itnr | K C. KEMP, AUCTIONEER?HOUSEHOLD FURNI ture. pianoforte, Ac ?To morrow (Wednesday), at lljj o'clock, at house ?29 East Ninth street, between First and Second avenues.? R. C. Ketnp will sell at auction, as ahovo, all the lurnitiire contained in the house, consisting of rosewood pianoforte, rosewood sofas and chairs in hair clotli, mahogany sofas and chairs, mirrors, oil paintiugs. china and glassware, carpets, and all the usual assortment of chamber and kitchen lnrniture. Catalogues on the morning of sale. CJ1MEON DRAPER. AUCTIONEER?BY SIMF.ON DRA h3 PER.?Office 46 Pine etreet. corner of William?Tues day. April 18, at 12>0 o'clock, at the Merchant's Exchange? 20 shares of 8t. Nicholas Beak. $IQU each;$6,000 Troy and Boston 2d Mortgage 7 per cent bonds, due 1864. $1,000 each; $5,0hO l'rnnsyIvania o per cent coupon bonds, due lSo.>, $1,000 each; $3,000 City of Memphis ti per cent eoupon bonds, duo 1880. $1,0(10 each '11,000 Buflelo, Corning aud New York 7 per cent 1st mortgage convertible bonds, due 1-67. interest coupon April 1 ami <?etol er 1, in New York, $l.(aO; $1,000 Stair of kk isconsin 12 per cent bonds for lmpruvemeut of Fox and Wisconsin rivers, interest payable annually on the 1st of January. $1,000. $1,UM) Brunswick Canal end Railroad i ompenv 1st mortrage 7 por cent bonds, due 1861. fl.tkti. $1 lim Michigan Central Itailmad Company 8 per cent bonds due 1866. $1,000 $5,000 Peru and Indianapolis lstmort ga:e 7 percent convertible bonds, interest coupons pav able January 1 and July 1. in New York, $1,000 etc h:$.'>,oOJ Mich igan Southern Railroad Company bonds, $1,000 each; $.>,Ok) six per tent bonds city of Troy interest coupons January 1 and July 1. in New York, due 1873, $l,0ik); $DmOO 7 per ocnt 1st mertgai" bonds of the Lyou(Indiana) Central Railroad Company. $1,000 each;.16 shares Chicago and Rock Island Railroad (or.ipany.fliK) each;! 10 shares Eri<+md Ka'amazoo Railrad t ompany, $.'" each; 150 shares Chicago and Aurura Railroad Company Nihil each. ? I hurl INC. lluli.-E IAtO.H.-ALl Ktu M. IIF.Illv J NF.8S will sell ut auction on Thursday morning, the 20tb April, at 11 o'clock, at the stable in Cherry street, above Fifth rear of 1x9 Arch street, Philadelphia, the well known trotting hor.-e Tacony, believed to he the fa-test young trotting librae in the world. The sale will bo posi tive. and no poetponi mont on aecottnt of tho weather. "Ill S. ME1.LOR. AUCTIONEER.?PEREMPTORY IT ? sale of elegant end costly furniture, pianoforte!, pier and oral mirrors. silver plated ware, Ac.?This day, April 1,S at If o'clock, at 442 Broadway. Grnndv. Houghton A Jiellor villi sell a larre and splendid assortment of first cla?s cahlust fnrnitnre. Ac., tinished in the most fashionable styles and wat ranted of the very best raateiUls. snch ?" are rarely offered at auction, and consist n part as follows? Parlor furniture?Richly earied rosewood parlor furniture, en snite covered in brocade, satin, brocatelle and plush of the richest styles; earred rosewood etegcres, with mirror froDte; laol's cabiunts. sofas, tcte-a-tetes, divan' and otto mans, lnarbla top centre, pier and fancy tables, easy, Vol taire und parlor chairs, couches, pier and mantel glasses. I mine and librnry furniture?Rosewood. Mahogany and oak extcasion tables, sideboards, dining room chafe's, in morocco, nnd plnsli. library bookcases and secretaries, splendidly carved bull stands, hall chairs, hat racks. Ac. Chamber furuiturt?Carved rosewood, mahogany and walnut bed steads. bureaus, wasbstauds and commodes to match, I sin ted chamber suits, rosewood wardrobes with mirror doors, mahogany do.. rush and wil'ow test chairs, easy and rocking do . hair mattresses, palias'cs. Ac. Also four rose wood 7 octave pianofortes, of food tone nnd finish, fully warranted. Also sn invuicv of silver plated ware. Catalo gues on the morning of sale. OR. AUCTIONEER .-GRUNDY. HOUGH IT . ton A Mellor will sell to morrow?Cabinet furnit.re ? at 10', oh leek, at ,1bt> Undson street, the entire etock con tained in the wareronuis of Messrs. Portingtou A Brothers.on a credit of two and four montbi. for approved endorsed notes, with interest added This sale offers unusual induce ? mints to the irade and housekeepers, to purchase good fur niture of every description. The reputation of Messrs. I'or tington A Br 'then as cabinet makers, is sufficient to induce parties to purchase their stock, every article of which is for absolute sale, without regsrd to cost, aa the building must bo vacated May first. The stock consists in part as follows: elegantly carved rosewood psrlor furniture, en snite. do. ctogeres mirror doors: rich cabinets, writing tallies, bed steads, in rosewood mahogany, walnnt and oak; bureaus, and waslistands to match: r' sewood and mahogany taldes, el airs, hat stanla. sideboards, extension dining tables, easy Voltaire and parlor chairs, sofas tetc a tetes. rockers. Ao., Ac., and oth-r srtieles too numerous to mention: in fact, every kind of fnrniturc that can lie found iu a cahinot mak era wareroom tV T11.1,1 AM IRVING A CO. AUCTIONEERS Wild. ' sell at auction on W ednoi iar April IS, at 10', o'clock, at No. 49 iloratio street, gcntesl'household furniture, dpi hrai ingall the furniture contained in the above house, eon sistiug of Brussols otmpcts. mahogany chairs and aofas in haircloth, mahogany ova! and cari taldos. mantel orna ment", pier glts'v- lace window curtains, ant wood eera phine, divan*, ottomans library chair in morocco, black j walnut sofas, mahogany French bedsteads, dressing bu i roans, washetands. bow bedstead", maple chairs, hair mat ' tresses, feather h ole, bolsters end pillows, mahogany dining and tea tables, arm cbaira. uhina dinrur and tea ? ts. glass ware, plated war-, Ac, together with an assortment of kit' ben tnriiiture with whl' h the sal' will commence. \\~ I I.LI AM "IRVING A CO., AUCTIONllRS, WTLL it sati at ancuoa Wednesday, April 19, gtluko'clooa, at 10 Irving plate, liobokon. between Fifth and Sixth ave m " gent ei bonsehold furniture, consisting of Brussels larpet" mahogany solas m haircloth, marble top pier tabic*, iinimentvl do . mantel ornaments, rocking and pxrior chairs in haircloth ?;ndiw curtains, embroidered, maiio gany earl tab'." work do . writing ticks, Ac., ingrain ear 4"t-?. meple and cane s-at chairs, oliina t .a sets, plated ware cut glass ware, tnabogeuv dining tablos, mahogany marble top tre-s-ing bureaus, mahogany French bedsteads, palliasse*, Mather beds ,vc.. ro?ewood withstands. stair (Mpsits, stsir rods, oilcloths, hat stands, hall lumps, Ac. A: - i n general ass irtnunt of kitchen luraiture, with which the sale will comtnone*. \\' M W7TTERS. AUC TIONEER tVII.I, SELL THI3 It day at 10 oh lock at "da itrr.iwiy the furniture and ?v?. re* of a I a rdressing . aloon; also a quantity of hoot' hoi i furniture, consisting of a general assortment. Sale peremptory. TV M WITTER?, AUCTIONEER. WILL SELL THIS IT day atlOo'clovk at Add Ter.th avenue, the stock and ffxtfros of a gro.t rv and II (uor stir ? Also, on Thursday, at 1" . o'clock, st Ido ( anal and 12 LaLght stouts, a large quantity of lionsehol I furniture. "flTM WITTER?, AUCTION FF K, VVI I.I, SF.l.l. ON TT Wednesday, the lPth inst . ?t 10 o'oloak, all the oiegaat liottseliold fuanitnre in tlic honso No 2.'i Greene atrcet, c m slating of rosewood and ma'io.-uny purl >r suites in velvet end haircloth mantel top c-ntre'tables, pier glasses win dow (urtaine mantel ornaments, tapestry. Rrusaela. three ply and other carpets, oilclotli'. elegant rosewood hat rack, nn? gothio kail chairs to match, lamps, stair carpets and r>ds, enameled chamber suites, mahogany, g >tUt<! and Trot h hc lsteadt, superior heir mattr-ssc*, pillows and holsters, merbletop dres?ltig l n'ean"an 1 w.ishstanJs, toilet sei?. splendid wardrobo table snd bed l.nen. ard piatel ware together with the dining room and kitchen furniture. N. B ?All tlic a I.ore furnitiiro wa< made to or ler by ono of our heat city makers, and has only l,?tn in use about nine months. Catalogue aow rondr. KXrRB?0 tGiCVFIEd. BE II FORD A CO ?? EXI'RES? -OUR NEXT REGULAR California and youth American Express will go forr-nri 1 j the i nited Ktates mail steamship- c;<x> |l4lr nail Ji htrl. Stephens. April 20, in charge of messengers to deslinathffi as tisunl. (-mall parcels received until 1 o'clock day of sailing. Office St Broadway. MERCHANTS' F.X PRJS?? ?G~ BINGHAM A CO 'I line frdn Philadelphia.?IK*( ?Proprietor* ,-Thns. M. Davis, H. A Steel. Philadelphia ; Geo llingham, t A Rinehar J? PiUehurg Frci.hts for Pittsburg and the Wost, via Pennsylvania railroads and canals From PhllndeL nil* fcr Pittsburg snd tb? West, time through from PI tladelphia, elglit day*. Onlr one transhipment betwaa Philadelphia and Pitulnri Mark raohe.es G Bingham A Co a lino, cr.ro Afax CI- r.inn. Pltyburr." tl I. Off TRA N DEH, A rent. Offices, No Id It'st street corner of Albany, and mly off.# of this line in this City: lit-, h.-.ui. Purls A Co 27<i fiarkgt street, Philadelphia; PcisVut f, T, , 1 .lis. wd*. TBRAJm* HKOI9TBJR. A BTI8TS' STUDIO?THE ROOMS RECENTLY OCCU J\. pied by the Dusecldorf Gallery, Broadway. second r, I eing ibo most desirable In the city for artiste' ace. floor, ? _ will be rented on reatonaM* terms. Apply to (IEO. F PkTERBON, 370 Broadway, or to LEMUEL SMltll. 1W) John street. APARTMENTS TO LET-IN THE FIRST CLASS l oose No. on Qraenwieh stcpet, near the Ratterpr, to one or two genteel families, without children. Apply to JAB. RYAN, HI Greenwich street, or at the warehouse 21 Washington street. Apartments and office to let, viz. two parlors on the first floor, elegantly furnished; can be used as bedroom, if re<jnircd. also a snit of rooms on the second floor, front, and single room: also a I aaement as ?u office, to let. to gentlemen only, of respectability Refer oncei exchanged. Apply at 133 Iileeckcr street, west of Broadway. Basement storis corner broadway and Fulton to let?In the new building on the Corner of Ful ton rtreet and Broadway. Apply to R. W. RUSSELL, room No. 9, Ne 212 Broadway, from 11 to 3. Boarding house keepkrs.-to let on broad Way, corner of Twenty eighth etrect. that splendid I boarding (Hamilton) bouse; It has forty largo bedrooms with > path r. ooautilul large dining room and spa.duns kitchens , with ranees, gas ana Croton water throughout. A lease will be given. Rent reasonable with security; possession immHiatsly. Apply at D. T. EASTON'8 Law cilice, No. I 17 Wall struct. CIOUNTRY RESIDENCES TO LET OR LEASE-AT ) F.lliottville, States Island, aliunt ion minutes walk from the ferry. A new first class, three-story granite bouse, with high basement, finished in the beet manner, containing hf teen rooms, surrounded by seven acres of evergreen and forest trees, with stable, excellent well, and cistern. Also, m ar the above, a new brick house, two storios and a base ment, containing eleven roouie. double piassa, with abun dance of shade treee, carefully b?i!t today's work_ Also, ou the shore, about five minutes walk from the ferry, a handsome country residence, in complete order, containing fourteen rooms, with pianas, tower, and a large lawn, with a >ari?ty sf fruit and ornamental trees, extensive grapery, (tables, and ballis of sea water in the garden; good boating and bathing on the premises. For further particulars in quire nt the office of Dr. 8. M. ELLIOTT, 498 .Broadway, or of T. B. IILEECKEK A CO., 21 Wall street, corner of Broad. COUNTRY COTTAGE TO RENT OR FOR SALE?A two and a half story house, three years built, within five minntcs of Port Chester, overlooking the village, with four acres small barn, An Rent $300 Ap dy to C. T. CROMWELL, 31 William streot, corner of Pfue. Drug store for sale?an old established I store, on one of our loading thoroughfares, is ofTered for sale on account of the proprietor retiring from the business. The above is a good chanee for a practitioner of medicine to autkl acquaintance. The rent of the store is remarkably low. No person need answer tho above who cannot pay $1,000 down, and give good approved notos or a mortgage on the store for the remaining$300. Address, with narns. Pliy Mcinn, caie of Boyd's City Express Post, A3 William street.' Dwellings on broadway to let-two new three sto.y dwellings, between Forty seventh and For ty eighth streets, with all the modern improvements. The houses stand hack from the street, leaving an open space in front over 100 feet square, which will te highly ornament ed, and is to be used by tho occupants of the houses as a rark. Stages from South ferry pa?s tho door. Inquire at r<3 Thompson street, or of G. S. ROE, 19 Merchants' Ex change. Factory to lease or for bale- brick building, 80 by SO fsset, two stories, unfailing water power, twoniy-flve aores of land, nnd outbuildings, utuated at Mnnros Works, ninety minutes from this eity, a few yards from the railrosd depot. Qeods can be lent by railroad Vast, West, North or South. Dr. M. PRICE MOOR*, 77 Warren street. Feed store to let, and fixtures forsai.e At a fi.tr valuation. There are thirty six stalls, all lot to good tenants. The stablee and yard pay the rent. Ap ply to FOH LEK A FRANKLIN. 71 Thirty fifth street, near Broadway, or on the premises, 350 Ssventh avenue. First loft to let-of store no. 196 fclton street?a well lighted and handsome room. Apply to E. N. KELLOGG, No. lldi Fulton street. Furnished nousE to rent in twentieth street,Fifth and Sixth avenues, for four Or six months,at $10(1 per month. Possession given first of May or June. Ap ply to liOMER MORGAN, corner Piue street and Broad way. Hotel to let or lease ?the first class ho tel furnished in magnificent style, with all modern im provemcnts. containing about ninety rooms, on southeast corner of Sixth avenue and Fortieth street, being opposite the Crystal l'alace, between Fifth avenue and Broadway. Tho owner ran he seen on the premises on Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays, from 10 to 12 o'slock. House to let in portchestkr, three min ntes walk from tho depot. Will be rented for six months or one year, furnished unfurnished. Inquire of WALTER KEELER, No. 3 Nassau street. * House to lit. in twenty-third street-a first class brown stone, nearly new, now being,put iu complete order, and painted throughout, with three years toiun. Gas fixtures and ball oilcloths included. A great portion of the rent taken in board, b^ a_ gentleman and wife. who fnrnish their rooms. A small family who take no boarders may address R. M. D . Union square Post Office. 0 FFICE ON BROADWAY TO LET.?A FRONT OFFICE on second floor 197 Broadway. Apply an theirsmises. 0 FFICE TO LET?SUITABLE FOR A PHYSICIAN. Apply at 82 White street. OFFICES CORNER BROADWAY AND FULTON, TO let?On second, third, fourth, and fifth stories of ths new building ou the corner of Fulton street and Broadway. Apply to U. W. RUSSELL, room No. 9, No. 212 Broadway, from 11 to 3. OFFICES?IN THE NEW BUILDING NO. 81 NASSAU street, opposite Dr. Towusend's; also, the third loorih. nnd flfth floors, suitable for importers or light me chanical t usinoss, bring veil lighted and airy. Inquire of E. FERRIS, boot maker, 02 Nassau streot. OFFICES TO LET.?THE FRONT AND BACK OF ticesonthe second floor of the building No. 7 Park place v til be let low. No other offices in the building. Ap ply to E. C. CHARLES, No. 7 Park place. OFFICE IN WALL STREET TO LET-AN OFFICE suitable for an iuauraucc company, opposite chant s Exchange. Apply at the Clinton Insure chant s Exchange. Apply at the Clinton insurance otfloe, 52 M all street. RESTAUKANT.-TO LET. TO A GOOD TENANT, TnE i nscment and kitchen in the new Hotel Garni, tk4 Broadway. As this will havo the entire patronage of the hotel, aid is located in the block of the Metropolitan Hotel and Nililo s Gaidcn. it offers peculiar advantages for a first class re -tauraut. Apply at the law office of C. H. SMITH, C2 W illiam street. Rooms with steam power to let-suitable for all kinds of manufacturing purposes, in the six five story buildings 211, 213. and 215 Centre street, and 137, 139, and 141 Elm street, between Iloward nnd Grand streets. Ths rooms vary in site from 25x23 to 133x23 fset. Ths rooms are well lighted and furnished with Cretan water, water closets and gas pipe*. A^ply te ALLEN, en the premisee. Spacious shops to let?no. 2s wist thir tccnth streot. Two new Ave story and basomeat build ings will he let. together orln separate apartment*. Inquire of S. 9. DAY, 389 Broadway, in the leek (tor* of Day A Newell. STORE TO LF.T.?A VERY DESIRABLE STORE, suitable for a shoe, thread and needle, or other small fancy business, to 1st. under the Everett House, on the Fourth avenue. Terma vary rtaeoaable to a desirable tenant. Inquire on the premises. STORE TO LET?152 WILLIAM STREET. BETWEEN Fulton and Ann streets; alto, for sale at half cost, a lot nt glass cases, one lurge centre counter and glass case, shelv ing Ac. Inquire on the premises, from 10 to 12A. M TO LET?OFFICES. LOFTg, AC.-TWO SUITS OF LAW y?? r? office at No. 61 Wall itrnl a vary spacious office at Post's Buildings. No. 6 Hanover itraet; two roomy officea ovsr tha Com ier aod Enquirer, 70 Wallitreet; alio large and convenient loft* at 74 Fulton *tr*?t. Apply to ALEX. ? of Wall I M. GUE1G, No. 1 Hanover street, aornor of Wall street. ( TO LET-TO EXPRESS AGENTS, TAILORS, OR BRO kers, or for uioat any kind of business, a good aiiad store corner of Cedar atroat and Broadway, entrance on Odar. very light, three windows in Cedar itreat. and tha tenant can make another entrance on Cedar atreet. Cratoa water in the etoro. no chart*. RcntttiOO per annnm. Ap ply at 13S Broadway. J. CAOT. TO I.ET-ONK OF THE MOST PLEASANT AND healthy locations In tha city, (stages and cart pass every minute.) to a gentleman and hie wife, or a very email family, (nc children), Tie.: front basement, back parlor and tea room, with eloeete.oa the Bret floor.large hack room on se cond floor, with nee of bath; front room en third floor, with grate, store room, Ae. No. 442 Sixth arenae, aornar of Twen ty seventh street. Three lots, house in centre. May be seao from 1 to 3 o'clock. Terms very moderate to a tenant who. suits. TO LET -I WILL LET PART OF THE HOUSE I OC cupy to some enitahle party. The rooms are all heanti fnlly furnished, and all modern improvement*. The loan thin is near Broadway, west side. For more particular*, address E. W. F.. Herald office or Broadway Pest OS**. Poeeeasion immediately. TO LET?THE STORE 1.098 RKOAPWAT; ALSO, TO let or for sale, two heantiful vonntry residence*, near iba Hudson river, la lS2d atroet. The houses are Why 46 fe.t with most improved fixtures lor first class families. Also f r sale, some Ms)beautiful building lots. Inquire of U F. CA RM AN. AW Broadway. TO I ET-A IIANDSOME SECOND STORV ROOM, in Grand street. Sear Kim, farnlehed or unfurnished, with rail or partial hoar i. with a widow lady, with a email family F ir further parti en I are,.please tailor address Mrs I wis, 1 Walker atrcot between Elisabeth and Mott. TO LIT?THE SECOND 8TORT OF NO 2D BF.EKMAN ftree' r> >m i* 90 f-set deep, well lighted, an I will be divided inr ? two tenements, Aflao. basement of Mo 20 Bookman atr??t well lighted Ihc front half will he let without the :car half, in mire of .TAMES CONNER A SONS. TO LET.-THE SECOND STORY (THREE ROOMS), wi.h nee room on third, in a house with modern lm provements on Broadway, near Forty aeveuth street; will no rented low to a desirable tenant. Apply to R. U. CUD LIPP. 116 William street. rro LET. ?A NEAT COTTAGE. AT BLOOMING DALE X between Soventr ninth and Eightieth etreete. contain! ing eight rooms. Apply to R. H. C UDLIPP, Ui> William ?? TO LET-COUNTRY AND CITY RESIDENCE.-SMALL boueo, onthouees, and twanty acre*, river road. New Rochelle rear E. K Colllne'; small house, full l"t. Mur ray hill. Thirty eighth street. Croton and gas. Fiftieth street, near Broadway. MA< FAItl.ANE A MERRIT, 49 Third avenne. TO LET?TnE FECOND STORT AND FRONT BASE ment of a modern three story dwolllm. to a small geo t.al I'm ... I 1 .. .S fllfi U..I TVl.i am -a a tool family Inquire at 240 West Thirteenth street, next door to Ninth annus. TO LET?I'ART OF A MODERN HOUSE, LOCATION in Grove atroet consisting of first floor and haok base ment. with range, two rooma with wardrobes on third floor, including ens. <i??ofhath Ae. For particulars apply to AITKIN A DYE, fiOD Greenwich street, nsnr Spring TO 1 ET-A FA RI OR AND BEDROOM. A FEW MIN utes walk from tiie South or Hamilton ferries Brook lyn, to two single gentlemen. Tho rooms are handsomely fnrnislcd Breakfast and tea If required. Apply for Infor mation at 101 Degraw street. Brooklyn. TO I ET?12,100?1TIF. ELEGANT NEW FIVE STORY edifice No. 32 East Twenty.first street This building possesses groat beauty of eons' motion, and derives especial consideration from being contiguous to Broadway, In the immediate proximity of f ifth annua and Uramorry park and In a block of unsurpassed attraction. Apply on the premises, or address hex 1,619 Post Office. TO IET.-PARLOR AND BEDROOM ATTACHED. ON second story, handsomely fnrnished to single gentle men. Tba brst reference required. Apply at 2H Wiivarley place. TO LET-PART OF THE HOUSE NO < BROOME street; bear Broadway. For particular* Inquire n the premiatc. Potsttfjoi can ?* v*? ' TKHAJPTH* ItEUlBTKK. ! mO~LET-TllK SECOND TTURD, AND FOURTH I I floor# No. 149 Fulton street, nrir Broadway, enitablo f7? t ttt.cs' or for any Uglit mechanical or manufacturing ' such as jowelhra, engravers, chasers, lapidaries, ' Ac Apply * ?W. COLE No. 8 A?i street. T ?TlET-A VERT GENTEEL, SMALL TURKE story koar*. on Iwonty fourth strv.t. near Fourth ave rt. hntii in in elegant order, with km, chandeliers. x&.r-r vsrf to E b. RINSH*EB, 319 Fourth avenut. fiom 3 to 7 * ? H. mn 1 ET?THE SECOND STORY OF THE HOUSE NO. SflfagBaasega^ ssa rate shop# to hire with tteam power. ArpiJ No. 8 Ann atreet. _____ ? " in the r i> t" an't\rkVTt 110FF. 23 ChamSere street. | dVku,fc??r?? SUth street, mornln, sal evening mn 1FT-IV W II.1.1 AMIIURG. PART OF A HOUSE T in Dunham place, near I'ock ?lip xi^pV'V'r kR"!" ftrri'a lnquiie at 15 Dunham place, or o! TUP PER A W 1L COX,lumber yard, 53 Tompkins atrect, New York. Kent?16J. TO~LET-THE ENTIRE FOURTH FLOOR OF Till I nilding 49 John strnot, corner of Dutch very desirable. 1. tJi*. well lighted with skylight# and windows all around i?btrhMrceVibtru/.e.,i;VIireu immediately. Apply on the prenib^iJ,Jto J. B. HEEKS. TO LET-A TWO STORY BRICK BUILDING. WITH basement and attio. in the rear of 176 Mercer street, suitable lor manufacturing purposes. together or separate ly a .? a large etore or ba.einent in front of aame build !y- ?.!? Ul ster street Inquire at 86 Bls.cker atreet, cYr'nej of Me?c?% of JAMRS IIE3SER, In the boot .tore. mO LET?PART OF STORE 93 MURRAY STREET T suitable fcr a wholcanlo groecr, or almost any kind of bnainrrs The location ia very desirable. Inquire of L. L. BARN ARD, 79 Front atreet. Rout low to a good tenant. rro 1 et THE FIVE STORY *BRICR DWELLING T hou.e No 4.7l Broome street, near Broadway, well adapted for a large rumil.v or goatcel boarding house Ap ply to C B KF.EI.ER, at Eagle Hotel, cornet of Frankfort and William atrceta. _ TO LET?THE DWELLING PART OF II0U8E 141 Bowery it has a brick extension dining room attached. For keejdng'hoard" ri the bouse 1. well adapted. The whole or part w ould he let. Inquire in the store. ^ LANE. rro let.?wiTn possession immediately, the I flrst class four story and basement house, No. 134 " eft AirtVfourth et"et, ??ar Eighth avenue with aU the mo dem improvements. Apply to bCUUVLER A BLAAOM , No. 5 Iltoad street. mo I FT?THE DESIRABLE AND SPACIOUS STORE T under the Irving House, oppo.ite ^Ytand^'for bn.V now in our occupation, and one ?f th? ?eat stands for 'on nesa iu Broadway. Inquire at R ARNOCKo , Uatttra, Ma Broadway, Irving House. mo 1 ET IX BROOKLYN-TUE NEW STORE AND T dwelling No. 63 Main street; a good location forcl"th' ing, hat, or hoot and bhoe buaiueaa. Apply at No. 17 Fulton street, Brooklyn. TO LET IN WILLIAMSBURG.?TO A SMALL RE apcctal.le family, half of a well finished two atory brick house. No "(12 South Third atreet, ten minutea walk from the ferrlet. Aprly on the premlaea. r?/v * on TO T.FASE?THE WELL KNOW N PUB I T lie honae known as the Halfwy House, altuated in East New York, roaacaaien can be had immediately. For fur ther particulars inquire at 77 Adame street, Brooklyn. rro LET OR*LEASE?THE DESIRABLE STORE AND I building No ?13 Broadway; possession can be had im mediately^ Inquire of S. C. HERRING, Salamander Safe store, 135 Water atreet. TO LET OR LEASE-FOR LODGES OR FOR ANT light manufacturing for city customers, a hall, 60 l>y 25 feet iron trout largo window# iu front and rear, and large aky light a in second story, situated in the eon tN of t?T?L near illeeeker "trect stage line and between Silted Oghlh avenue Railroads. Apply to CLINTON RUUSKVEh. rre LET OR i.ease-the THREE STORY BRICK T l nilding and atoro 370 South atreet, oppoaite tha^^^y to Bridge street, Brooklyn. Apply to W. E. BRINUNAIt HOFF, 23 Chamhera street. mO_LFT OR FOR SALE-NEW, ELEGANT BRICK | T cottages marble mantel, iron balcony, six room., French ? i .. .mTh? cellars etagee paea the door, aituated in Alio, ft fin? young bor?e, oonni and kind. rro RENT-TWO OR THREE ROOMS, FURNISHFD T or unfurnished, to single 6?n'^>en "r gentleman and lady, without children. Apply at49 Second at oet. mn ?r\T THE UPPER STORY OF HOC BE NO. 85 T Elm street, consisting of two room* ?jd *w? bedroott*. suitable for a small family. Inqolre on the prsmiaes. TTPPER PART OF 12 PARK PLACE TO LET EITHER U as office# or otherwise; will he put In 0I?*?^\S||?8 good tenant. Lease will be giTen- Apply to CHARLES BRADLEY, on the premises. ?_ ttttt-iTBE I ET~RENT VERY MODERATE-A SMALL V> house in Brooklyn furnished, for three or fonr months. Address box 3 150, Post Office. mrsTRicnow. PftORWOOOLETTERS LOST THKOCGUBADWRIT OU ing. I. not this shame? For a few shillings Mr. Unia ^win??rca yon a plain, lwgibleihand,? Jamllto..canree^Tt attention at hU up town, or 2i>3 Broadway. >*rit?ng ?xe cuttd This is the only ailect academy. Mr. Bristow it tuc be*t ^^l^'t^l^^TOW;CMroiraphiat. to U. S- E. a 1 tDY CAPABI.E OF GIVING INSTRUCTION IN A l'rcnc'h. Italian and music, or French, ItkBan Mid ur- wins i* wanted in a Sontheru Institution of racter. Terms at the rate ot A.V*l and bowrd for the soholaa ti, year. Addres., postpaid, T. F. C .. -J Amity street. ir> * rrvTS GUARDIANS AND PUPILS. SEEKING 1 tbe'be.t schools in city or country, will find a large jitimhe/of catalogues and efre-Ur. ^ '^h. formation, without expense, by applying to E. II. WIDGUA, U S. School Agency, 293 Broadway, deyoted to all edwoa tional orderi. ? T^RIVATE FRENCH LESSON'S.?A FREHCII GENTLE PRman of nobilltyw.il acquainted with l.te?l?r.naU its brsnches would like to find some pupils, either ladies or gVnUcmen to Instruct them privately.In the Fren.b. tongue. Ihemoit un.jneitionabi? refer?nc?? giTta. AddrtM ?. *? M., Herald omce. milE FRENCH AND GERMAN LANGUAGES, AS RK T quired for bntineee and eonvarsatuin, may b?' It learned. In private leseoae, at 483 llroome street, where new pupiLs will he initruct.ihy the examinoi teacher. E. TELI.KKlwu. IIW PUBLICATIONS. t\R IVES' NEW WORK. PRICE 5(1 rENTS.-TnR I) Trial# of a Mind in its Progress to Cathollolsm .a letter to hi# old friend by L. Silliman Iree, late 1 rotestant Bish'>p of NcVth CaroUna This celebrated and long expected work by Bishop Ives, setting forth hi# reasons for abjuring 1 ro teiuiitUm and espousing the faith of the Catholic church. SBVS^BmUAN A BROTHER,"51/niton i atreet. MRS. PARTINGTON'S LIFE AND SAYINGS -FIRST edition. 2U.W*' copieal?Will be published on Saturday, April 22. "The Life and Saying* or Mr* Partington and Other* of the family," by b. P. Shiilaber, of the boiton Poet. "1 did fjnde lier a woman of manye wordee, yet of a rery pleasantc'funcie withal, and harynge much good connaelle." ?Doct. Digg hia Works; Lib. cal., Art.?"Mistresse Unii Byte " One elegant 12mo. yolume, 3S4 pages, printed on anperfine imp r with 43 hne engravings on wood, including the follow ing full page illustrations in tints, deeiguad by Coffin A brown, and engrtTcd tiy Orr A Andrews ? 1. Ruth Partington?a portrait. 2. Panl'a Ghost. 8. Partingtonian Philosophy. 4. Punch in the Head. A. Stock of tha Rerolntion. <1. Ike In Alio Country. 7. Partington House Bunting. H. A Christinas Story. The undersigned has the pleasure of announcing the day of the publication of the long-looked-for ruluffle. "Mrs. Par tington Her Life and Sayings, including those of'Paul,' 'JWe,' and Others ef the Family." The large number or dered in advance (more than 12,000 copies.) it the beet art dcnce of the popularity of the book. With the hop- and expectation that the old lady will he kindly received fiy an appreciating public, "the biographer placea his band on hia heart and bows, as tho curtain deacandato alow muaie." J. C DEKItY, publisher. 8 Park placa, and for sale by all bookseller* tbrougbont the Uuited States and Canada*. Price $1 2ft. Single ospies sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of price. FOR SALB, jfesmn nnn worth of RiAi"i3TA^nT"FOR ?4jUu.UuU sale, on Staten Island, near Ceatrevilie, from twel"v to one hundred acres, in lets, beautifully rite-, a ted. within titteen minutes drive ef ratter/ villa* New Brighton or Port Richmond. Inquire at ' P. L. MARTHNQ. &/< -THE CHEAFE3T HOUflE IN BROOK VTiOl't'. lya?Sitoate on Ilicka street, first h-wae from the corner of Dtgraw street;' the hoaee new, three etoriee. brieV. brown atone basement and inb-eellar, een talning ftll the improvements, each as gat est every fleer, speaking tubes, bolls, rang* in bassmeat. As. Diitaase bat flvs minutes walk from South and Hamilton ferries. E PE MOTT, 17 Ipmee street. diO rnn -A BARGAIN -THAT WELL BUILT OOT V^.UUU) tag- honee eitnated between Second and 'Cbird avenues, anil bnt forty niiaates from Jbe Citw Ball by the Fourth avenne oars. Boast eontaiae nine Untehed rooms, piatia in front handsome courtyard, Ac.; let SOxltM feet neighborhood good. E PE MOTTE, 17 Sprnoe street. AO rnn -ONLY ?80n IN CASH REQUIRED DOWN to porches* a good three etery with baee meat briok honee, situated oa flkillaaea street, near Myrtle avenue. Brooklyn. Courtyard la front, with large shade trees. Neighborhood good. X. PE HOTTE. 17 Sprnoe etroet. (jhQAA -FOR SAL*. THE LRASE, FIVE TEARS gltlWUi end flxtur-e of oae of the bett looated dining and oynter saloons np town, sitnated at tho junction of two of the greateit bnsincss thoroughfares in the olty. Apply to HOWES A HAMMOND, 81 Nasnae street. d.OAA -FOR SALE?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES tJpt/UUi of the gro-ery store No. 100 First street, a rare chance for ^porson with e small capital, ns it ie now doing a good huaiiici*. and must lie sold. Apply on ttio promisci, or to THOMAS A CO., It/2 Nn?*tn atreet, room No. !?. ACOl'NTRT residence and store for sale at Gravosend seven miles from Brooklyn, and one mile from Coney Islnnd. All nocessarj outbuilding*. Shrnhh?ry, frnit, and orramental troea in abnndanc*. Address or an ply to JOHN L WILLIAMSON, Cravosond, L. I. A RARE CHANCE-FOR SALE, THE LEASE. FIX tare with or without stock, "f a wholesalwand retail Hqu-r store. It is one of tiio best corners in the city of Be oklyn. Rent lojr. The reason for selling th* ownors hate too much business on hand. A pply at 2't6 Fifth street. New York. ABVTt HFR STALL FT)R SALE?INQUIRE AT fllE whit* house, corner of Concord and /ay ?trc?t>, Brook !yn. Billiard tables. *o., for salr.-tiir sub seritors wish to call the attention of pnrchaseri te tb< Ir Stork of Millard and bagatelle tablea, halls, cnea, maces, e'.otbs, bridges, rne cntters, pool bails, pins French Path*- s. Ao , which are sold tse per cent ohoaper than anv ttifl .Ll ce'. .a tic H i. LIO.NARJI * FOR SALE. Y OMBWJBUM m search or a healthMR perfc.... .? -r - -? - * river leading ioto Long Island Sound, twu mile* distando picturesque building >it?. can find tea acres of perfectly level, aud Irunl.ng luiinvaiatt.y upon the banks c cr leading ioto Long Island Sound, two mtlei The prt|->-rty i? enly mit hour's ride from the ? ivy, by f Haven railroad, and one mile front the depot. Too |.~eisis< ' i sit nd f< r a quarter of a mile npon the river bes da. fiont inn upon the turnpike road. Oysters and huh are abundant *? the tide el In and Cow? upon the lanki of the rropirtw' ?ill to in dor a country seat. few. if aaj aitei in the State pare. If built up on, will be fold low. Two thirde of th purehsse can remain on mortgage if daeired. For furthtj particular* rend addrer* to box 7u6 Post Office, New Yoik. (AOUNTRV PEAT FOE PA I.I-AT FORT WASlllN't J ton. t?o uiilea north of Manhattanville. about thirty btrts of land, together with an excellent dwelling hocif. The I and axtanai from the Kingshridge road in th Hanson rlvtr.gtnd tint raccx a valuable water front, it I beautifully weoded, of an exeallent quality, and wtthl about l.fitg! feet of the Fort Washington depot. The iea adjoin* 011 the north the residease of ilontaigme War J. Keq J"* 'h?'""th tbs laad lutely purchased of Col. Moarnk by the Deaf and Dcmb Institution. The place i? perfaetlf' healthy and the sceuery me*t beantifal. it will either t ?o.d eniiro, or in plot* of from two to five sores. The houst. wub from two to five aere* of lead, le aflered for *ala ar M rent. Apply to C. S. SLOAN E. 86 Wall atraet. DRUG STOKE FOR SALE?WFLI. 8TOCKKD WlTli drugs, c.tallished ten yuan. and now doing a rood l.u-? ncss; ri nt $1 '2, well suited fur a physician, drug.'ist. or Get? ntsa; ri nt $1 2, well suited fur a physician. drug.'iai or ( man apothecary, l'rice SoUO, or at a valuation, lu quire a] 220 Broome street, near Eases itrect. Drug store for salf..-any person in wan*t of a good drug store doing a good l u-ines*. and ebeeM rent, can address a note to Apothecary, Herald office. it DRUG STORE FOR SALE?IN ONE OF THE LARGESf' thoroughfares in the lower part of the city, yielding m net profit of over $.1,000 a year, and can he easily increased*; This is a rare chance, aud will he disputed of on rcasoaelhH terms, in comcquence of the sickness of the pr.prictor. Aig. ply to W. W. THAYER, Wholesale Drnggist, 310 Pearl St. Jj For sai.k?a farm, rleyen milks from ni?? York, in the State of Naw Jersey, containing thirty10 cevon and a half aerea of land, and new buildings. It wfl*T be said cheap, on easy terms, and if desired, a portion sit the land only. Apply to < (a ZlHhEKb " P. ZllQiEBMANlf, 17 Bowery, fourth story, q* For sale-seven lots, with three stor new brick dwelling house* thareen, in a desirable lo?af? Uen iu the eity of H iiliams sarg. Term* $1,200 each; $3h>f in aaih, $6.'U iu quarterly payment*, and the balance uiia ' ' " " " ?t Jtl bond and mortgag* for a term of year*. Inquire af JTT SPARKS. 62 John .tract, New York, er A. FOLK, 26 Cmb'* street, Williamsburg. *? For sale?two handsome thre< stor* bouses on Gat**, near Waahiagton, avenue, Brooklyn They are new, substantial and *onvauient, with water, ga. and modern improTemcnts, warth inspection, two third may ramsin on mortgage. Far farther particulars inquirer af J. BROOKS, Division street, or of rotter X Lvper, Na>t t Sands atraet, Brooklyn. a yr For sale-the will known ale, porter and eider Lottllug establishment, ad and ?t> Fulton street*' to which the sodawater butinss* esuld be added with adv&s, lege a rare chance for a baslaaa* man. Fur puruoula.-.*" apply on the prcmi.es. f FOR SALE?THE FOUR STORY BROWN STONi front bouse, with pier and mantel glasecs. Apply t?i the premises, 259 West Twenty-first street. 1. OR SALE?A THREE STORY AND BASEMENM brick house, with all the modem improvements as^ conveuienecs, situated in Twenty-seventh street, betweef Sixth and Seventh avenues. Price $7,000; $5,000 may remain on bond and mortxaae. It romta at $750. Innuiro of ? F on bond and mortgage. It roats at $750. Inquire of BARNES A CAMP, 430 Eighth avenue. $ IjlOR SALE?THE LEASE AND FIXTURES OF TH! 1 house aud store No 123 Sixth avenue, five years leaa from the first of May. 1854. It is a good stand foraa.v bits neg*. Inquire on the premises. Possession given immv diutoly. ? l FOR SALE TO DAY?A FINE CASH CLOTHING AN>? gentlemen's gcnsrsl furnishing business, in Greenwiu street. Long lease. Rent only $330. Purchase mono* . , ... - t ? * THOMAS A"" " ' trivial. Apply iuimediataly to THOMAS A CO., room Ne. 1 102 Nassau street. ^ For salc-on Atlantic street, east of Smith, Brooklyn, a valuable building lot. 34 feet 6 inch* r by 86 feet deep. Plica, $4 500; one half on bond and mlri ? gaga. Apply to N. HARDING, 50 East Broadway. For sale?the lease and fixtures of . meat and vegetable market, now doing n first rate oas business. Inquire of WM. DOUGHERTY, eorner of Atlai tie and Court streets, or at Wall street ferry, Broeklyfi. r For sale?a good canvass corner awnin< ? 20 bv 30 feet; hat besn used one season; will be sol } cheap. Want to purohase, a second-hand large lookim a glass. Inquiro of F. KAMAN, 135 Maiden lane. For sale-the stock and fixtures of , f wholesale and retail liqoor ttofe, doing a good bnainoa in a good part of the eity, in Eleventh avenue, betwaa * Forty-third and Forty-fourth streets, west side. Also, k horse, oart and li&rnoss, as the owner is going in the couutri b Inquire of THOS. CASEY', in the store. ' t For sale-the lease, fixtures and stock o a grocery and liquor store in the Thirteenth ward. Is * quire nt 273 Washington street, eorner of Wnrren. FOR SALE?TIIE FIRST CLASS HOUSE 06 cc luinbia street. Inquire of GEORGE ROBERTS, a the premises. For sai.e-the stock and fixtures or , r wholesale and retail liquor store, now doing a first rat p. cash bnsiness. Would mak? an excellent stand for the gr? eery business. Inquire of P. H. MoAVOY, C2 Prince street corner of Marion street. b F OR SALE?THE TWO STORY DWELLING HOU&I ? and lot, 144 Franklin street. Possession given imme plv Antblv to W Jt ti I. srill] V'l.V.R \n llinnvH *. diately. Apply to K. X G. L. SCHUYLER, Nv. 2 Uaaovs ^ street. FOR 8A1E-THE STOCK AND FIXTURES Or J. furnishing and hosiery store, in a good locatiur i his i. k a chance seldom offered. The tiack Is small, and the it 4 ha* been established over aix years. Satisf.ctory r-m,. n t given for selling. Address Norton, box 1 84j Post Office. I For sale?at no. is ann street, third floor i a large mahogany double counting office desk, i on'lin ing six drawers, three on each lid* with rack and stsnl^i also, a letter press, on iron frai.e, stand drawer. Ao. Ik?, above will l>e sold for twenty-five dollars caab, ii it morel, immediately. For sale?a farm of eighty seven acres, in the viliag* of llun'nigtoa, Saffolk eennty, l.oug Island,, with a handsome cnttxga, aantaining nine room*, am, the premises, and barn* and ninal outbnildings, in gaol arder. This is considered the bast farm in Hantington, la nearly all nnder tillage, and will ha sold cheap. It ii a mil* ard a half from tho steamboat laading, and nin* mil** fkem. Long Island Railroad. A oonaidarable part of the rnroha** maney may remain on mortgage. The above would be ax-* ahangad for desirable property in Brooklyn. Apply to B.' RICHARDSON A CO.. 62 Seatk street. For sai.e?a noosfi in Brooklyn, two story and attic frame house, thirteen rooms, on Sackett street, very convenient every way, $0,0110. Also, Northern Liberties Hotel, Williamsburg, furniture and all, in com plete order, threo years lease, for $1,200. Grand chance. Apply at 102 Nassau street, room No. 9. THOMAS A CO. For sale cheap?thi stock and fixtures of a first rate retail grocary and lienor store. The stock is light, and the fixtures consist of counters, stand oasks, kegs, oil cans, scales, Ao ; will be sold separate or together, as the building is to bo taken down on the 1st of May. Ap ply to JAMLS RYAN, 81 Greenwioh street, without delay. FOR SALE IN BROOKLTN-A THREE STORY BRICK' house and lot, with basement and tub cellar; house 9> feet front he ltd deep. Inquire on the premises, 1)1 Saekett street. South Brooklyn. , For sale, in fordham-two lots, contain tnghall an acre each, beautifully located, and hand somely fenced in. Prion SI.OUO each. The whole of the money can remain on bond and mortgage. Inquire of JOSHUA A. IIA HI SHORN, 11# Walker street. New York: or of leh. Poet, Fordliam. The lota aro situated within on* minute's walk of the railroad depot. For sali or to lkt-the three story tene ment dwelling house, with stable in th> roar, No. it West fifteenth street. The let Is 31 by 106 feet, the kerne* tpaeions, and tbe stable built expreselv for a lltery static, now eccapled as eueh, and a meat desirable stand, and well adapted for a club stable, aad would be rented a? see* separate from tbe honse. For terms apply to J. GREEN ^ fiAYIS, brooks a PEARSON, Nc 8 Wall Street, or CO., 26)a Broadway. FOR SALE OR TO LET-A HANDSOME NEW GOTHIC cottage, well shaded, with about one acre of gronad,, situated at Rye Neck, on tbe Boston turnpike road, ana near Long Island Sound, twenty three miles from New Y*rk, and set an minutes walk from the New York and New Haven Railroad depot. Inquire of T. S. SHEPHERD, W aad ?1 Cold street, N. V. FOR 8AI.E OR TO LET IN BROOKLYN-A GENTEEL three story and ha*em?nt brick dwelling house, hand somely furnished if desired, looation good, eight minutes from tbe ferries. Also, houses, lots, country seats, Ac., foe ?ale by J. CLARK, 4# wall street, basement. For sale at a bargain?the four years lease, stnek. (which is light,) and fixtures of a liquor store aad barroom. with oysters attached, on an excellent corner, well suited for either liquor, grocery or general mar * * r. wr * keting business. Rent low. Will be sold on reasonable terms. Satisfactory references gi en fur selling. Inquire on the promises .TW Socond avenue, northeast corner ot Twenty-tilth street. House for sale, on clinton avenue, brook lyr.?A modern Inilt brick bouse. 37xUI, six lots and > table: bas gas and all improvements; near Fulton Avaoue tailroad, and finished in the beat manner. Also, two smaller houses, eaub with stable and two lots; have gas and all modern improvements, and fine shrubbery In gardens. One will be let. Apply to R. SAllJEANT, No. 3 Jauneey ooart. Wall street, New York, from 12 to 2 P. M. Laundry for sale?situate on the cor 1 nee of Eighth street and avenue D. together with, all tho futures, end one year's lease from the fret of May. The laundry Is complete in every respect, and sane He of washing it" doien shirts a week. To a responsible party the washing of 2H0 dote* sbirte a week will be as cured. Immediate possession will be given. Apply at if Cedar street, up stairs. Read tiiis-a chance seldom offered.-fok sale, a first olass porter, ale, eider, andeoda water bot tling eiteMisbment 'Ibis fe no broken down concern, but one in full work aud first rata order, about six years eetab lisbed. Sickness in the owner's family, whieh compels them to move to the oonntry, is the sole and only canes ef eelllrg The value of the etock is about $3 000; it can be re duced at the option of tho pnrehaser to one half, wlthoot la ? tecfering with the appearance or working of the plaoe. No person n??d r"p!y without having tho money. Address Truth. Herald office. oteam engine, fifty horse power, for sale kJ cheap?fitted on horizontal iren frame, with goveraors. feed pump, cut ell gear, oomplete, in working order. Apply to CHARLES MORRIS, No. 10# East Eighteenth etrent. Third avenue. s TOCK. FIXTURES. AND FIV1 YEARS LEASE OF A fancy dri goods and toy store, will be sold cheap for cash. At ply at 8S3 Houston street, or of A. THOMAS A ? "02 Nai CO., 102 Sanaa* etreot. TO PRINTERS ?FOR SALE CHEAP, A JOB PRINT ing olfi-e, containing one of Hoe's new medium Job prct.re and card press driven by steam; two hand presses, a large assortment of jobbing and plain type. Has been seven years established in the lower part of the city, doing a good cash business. Apply at 38 Bold street. TO JEWELLERS-FOR SALE. THE TOOLS OF A Jeweler's shop ?Dies, punches, draw beaches, rolls, lain wire and figured: five lather, with slide, rent and f?r? plSlia u^wavw, |,< W plate, draw plates. Ac., singly or altogether, cheap for cash Apply at #2 Ann street, after 10 A. 21. ft O DISTILLERS-FOR ?AT,E, A FIRST CLASS grain distillery, in the vi?. dtvofNew York, aoccseitil* vessels and railroad, with capacity for working f..nr to ___ hundred bushels dally; all In complete order. Terms easy. Inquire of FULLLK A KELLOOO, If. Water street. ZINC ORE -THE UEBKROTH ZINC COMPANY oV fer for tale tbe superior Calamine oros, delivered eft Bethlehem, on the Lehigh canal. The purity of these ore* and the proximity of oheap fnel, render them very desirab to parties desirous of entering into the tnaniifaeture white oxide Cor twi ?f- tee li- fttf it* IcHfCrf OX licfitickt? THOMAS ANDREWS, No. 2 flatterer