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ADVEKTISEWEBrTS RENEWED INERT DAY.
8ALGS AT AUCTION. A DBIAN B. MU1.LKR. AUCTIONEER. ? JUPREKK A Oo<ut In parMti in. ?Property on Ku ton *nd Ann Ireets -Adrlsu fo. Mu ler wi 1 anil at auction. on Thartdif . kprlfS, )8&Hj at 12 o'rlock M , at the Mrtc i*un?' isxuhange, oy Erderoi the bujrein* Court, ucdee the direction at I homai l. Kmmet iUmm, im vsl'tab e ot.?t grouud, wish the bud i lgs thereon, known as 141 Fulton street extending through f> (Aim * MB*, ei'fl known an Ao. JO on that ?r??t hniog 13 feet t Ircbes oft Fulton street, 23 l??t on Awn htmot i:U feet 10 Inches on tbe euurly fide, and I'M tnet 9Si lu-bnt on the wenterly aide, for map*, Ac., apply to ik? auctioneer, No. 3d Wail atxeet ALUl'LOW, aUOTIONBMR.? ?H?MIFF'd *ni? mob r . M< sal*.? Do Monday, March 3 1 , at 10 o>oook A tf , Jat 2? and 30 KhIUih Street, the entire utu'en'sof a wnoeaa'e ?ad retail d> u? wore, nertumery, gla-w vara, 4b., tocher Kith all the flx ureu, furniture Iron aafe, A i , 4c. .. JuHri Wl.SD*. Uepu'v BherilT. v. 6. If ma, Constable ?4 Attorn* y tor Mortgage Auction notice. -Oakley a wriost, Auc tioneers, ofllce Jfo 6 Court street, Brooklyn, will give ? their personal attention to miutg furnlure sales, at theren ?denoeot parties giving up aoiiankHeptng; alau, will attnod to ?the sqle of goods, house, merchandise, real estate. Ae., at any ?place yrtore their services may be required, upon the shortest ? AUCTION ftOriOK-M. UOUOHlY, A.UC HONK ICR. ? Jjl. Mor'gaue sale ol household turuitii e. on Friday, at 10)^ ? o'e'odt, at the salearoutns, 27 aud'&> Centre atreet consisting oi Jtapehtry, Bttusela and Urea ply room ard stair carpets; mar ble lw dreaa awl p aln bureau* watBaiaudt boukoates, el< gant French )-li/al>ethan1 bedsteads, roaewtod c?nt/e tab lea, card do. p liar and olaw extension tablet. Krencn aearetary, _ ?o'a* and aofa bedsteads. cur.ed balr mattresses, our eua i el ??d chamber mit? Vrstch plate pier m.d oval mirror*, window Koiu'alaa and <otnlM(ca, shades, Ac Also, one e'egant ma Mngany pianoforte aud sV-ol, mattresses, nalluwes >>nda bed diDg, blanket*. qulitt, nil cloths kitchen turnUm e, Ac. . ?. 8KNN1NOH, Jr., Attorney for Mortgagee. Auction noitjk.? peremptory su.e of oabi ntt turri'ure. Joti.V F. Kt'SiwLL, auctioneer, will ?all on Saturday, March 29, at lti>4 o'olojk, at ihe stores oi Russell A Day KSNaaaau ctreet, a urge and auperltr ollec tion r( cabinet furaKiire, flomprUIng elaborately oarved ro <e wood tulta tor parlors, covered in the m iai costly aatln broaa tel; nupeiior eztenalon dlnlrg tai'eo. elegantly carved rote wood and tnthngany birdateada ana bureau*, mabneaor ward r<>bee, rich t efforated aiuta of enamelled turmtura, omolete tor bedrooua. carvcd marble top tan at, mahogany sofas and ?so a bed*, pure hair nafres er*. rocking and pallor obaira, rote aood. mahogany and black walnm bo'A catea, Frensh pla'e mirrors, oak and mahogany aidehoarda and etegnres, -Ac , Ac. Parties out of the cily can have their goods carata ly tea iked and ahloredaia moderate charge. JCK M T. RUhmuLL auctl meer, 86 Natsau street AUC1I0B BOTICB -D. 8. H JUOH, AUCrlONBRR - klegaat HOiia frame rosewood sulta, pianoforte, oil paiat Irga, orosaley's Bnxllah velvet carpet. Ac., Ac., to morrow, Saturday morolnc, at 10 A. M . at the residence, Mo. 70 Mur rav stie? t, near College place. These go- ids are but little worn, and as regard* iheir construction, Unlah and qoallty, un ?xcel ed. The) oonslst in part or rich velvet, tapestry and Ingrain carpeting, two elegant rjsewood suite, rosewood la J dy'stscretclre, two splend-d rosewood ote*eres, rosewaod Mplanoforlf, made >y Bar mo re. an exoellent instromeat; beau rtiful rorewocd centre tables, alao aoCa, aide and othara; large 1 aprlng chairs, ladlea' reception ejiaira, e'etiant p erg'aaaei, [ abtbs at d brackets, heavy lace curtains, beau llul shades, an B t que Qo'hic clock a beautiiully decorated china vm? Parian ? 'figures, papier mucbe atoles, rosewood oirnor stand* and Kbr ok shelves, mahogany extension tahie.lt feet, mahogau/ I dininc and te* t% iles, Freneh china dinner set, do. tea sets; Halso, silver services for tea and coUee, carters, forks and spoons, tut ruby decanters, wines, ivory outl^ry. elegantly pointed waiter?, cut g'aaa tiunblers, wines, butter knives, .?o ; rosewood and mahogany bedsteads of ditfureut patterns, rose wood and (mahogany bureaus and waahsiands, toilet ssts, counterpane', bfai kets, hair mattresses, mahogan* centre L?nd card tables, mahogany sofas and ch lr<; also, r ickers and easy chairs. Dtxides a great many Koodi Impossible to enu merate. Esle will oomuience in the parlor at the above hour precisely. >o poktpouement on any account, Auction noticb-thos. bkll, auctionker-by BBLL A BUSH ? This dav, at lu,'i o'c ,,ck in the sales rooms, 12 North William street, will be sold a fine lot of sea sonable dry good* and gentlemen's furnishing articles, tinder sblrta drawers, hosiery, handkerchiela, threads. 2 trunk* of c othlng, 300 i srds cloths. cassUneres and s itlnr.ts; a quantity ?f table and bed linen. Crumb cloths, 4 boxes Jewelry, silver ware; also the remainder of the invoice of fine plcnres, en gravings 7 fine watches, gold chains, vases, mantel orna men s, Ac. At 11% o'c.ook, 4 valuable London guns, 1 case duelling plsto s, Ac. Auction nctick.-j. bog art, auotionbkr? by 8, Bogart? this day, at 9to'clocK,t?t 91 Chatham street Mortgage ?ale- the contents of a lager bier saio.iu. Also, <boarol jg bouse furniture beds and bedding glass pi chera, ta ibles cbalrr, solas, Ac. , Ac. SMI fH 8LOANE, At 'y for mortgagee. Auction nomok- j booart au tiomeer-by a. Bogart? Saturday, at 10K o'clock, at the auction roetnt ?comer Fraikfrrt. and MUliain a reeta- Mortgage sale? ..ar*e assortment ct household turniture. consisting of solas, tables, chairs, pier glasses, tedst1 ads, beds and beading, chstrs, to gether with a va'le'y of other goods. N. B ? Out door sales promptly attei ded to. Advances msde, if required. A CONTINUATION OF MOBTO AO E S ALE OF BLEU ANT houiebold furniture this d?y, (Krlday.i at 10X o'o'ook, at TV Fi an kiln street, west of Broadwty, all the furniture of tnat llrst class priva'e house, consisting in part sf one elaborately earned rosewood parlor suit, covered in rich satin brooade; good Brussels, three ptv sod ingrain carpet*; rosewood centre, side and sola tables marble tops; rosswood and mahogany Kilzsbetbiau bedsteads, pure hair mattresses, palliasses, rose woxlnsarbld top bureaus and withstands, etegeres. mirrors, front and back. Alto, oil paintings large gilt French pla'e oval mirrors, silver piatek ware, cutlery, Ac ; also, one costly rosewrod piano. Deposit required. A UOtlONBKRS OaKl.KT A WRIGHT WILL. S?LL AT A auction, ob Saturday, Marsh 29, at 10 o'clook A M., at tDeoorner ol'Couit street and Third plaoe, Brookwn, a gene ral assortment ol genteel household and kl'cben 1' trrUure, vel vet, tapestry and Ingrain carpet i; mahogany dressing bureaus, marble top waabsunda ar d tables, chairs, ollslotha, French bedsteads. crocker> ware, Ac. A DMWISIKATOR'8 HALF..? THB UNDKRSIONED, A admin istrs tors of the estate of Clement Buermeyer, de ceased, vti 1 sell atpublic auction on Monday, the Slst day of March, at 1 o'c'oek F. M., at 266 Mott street, the contents, fix t tires, Ac., oC grocery, there situated belonging to said estate. MABY BUNNKMKYKR. Administratrix HENRY O. hOUDDKK, Administrator. 'Nrw Yobk March 26. 1866. A UOTION 3AL28 OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND Afocds of every description, in the city of Brookljn ? W. O. ALHCKTUb' auction store aad salesrooms, 19 Court street mtrble bulldlaga, opposite City Hall. W. O. Albur us will give bis personal attention to sales of furniture, at the houses of parties giving up housekeeping, or at stores and sa esroims. An early notice of sales is respectfully solicited. Terms rea sonable. Cash advanced on consignments. BMY F. COLTON, AUCTIONBBR.? GRNTERL HOUSE bold furniture, rosewood melodeon, Ac ? F. Co<ton will Mil tbii day, Friday, March 28, at lu>i o'clock at 186 Frank lin street, bet weea Budson and Qreeuwiob stieeu, the entire furniture of the bouie. with the exception of the parlor (oral lure. It wlU consist in part of Hruaaels, thiee-plT aud tn graln carpet*, olcl'tbs, French, mahsgany and otter bod stssds, mahogany chum, marble top dreading bnnn and washstands centre and work tables; one very line polished dining and extension table: arm and cottage ehalri; silver via ed stair rod*: beauUtul tapestry, stair carp en, feather owl*, hair mattresses, palllaster*; several very fine oil oalnt tngs. chlii a and glassware, table cutlery, Iron and wooden ware, Ac. Alio, oee very fine rosewood tneiodson, In perfect order. All the a bore gcocs will be sold without reserve, In or der togtve possession of the hoiue on the let of April. BY EDWARD KOBENCK, AUCTION KB R. ? E i) WARD BCHENi K will sell at auction this day, at 11 o'clock, at his ralf s room, No. 16 Wall street, a superb sto:k of diamond jewelry, all tichly mounted In 18 and 30 carat gold consisting of cluster ana stng'e stone rings, of great beauty; diamond and rub> do.: emeraid plos, splealld diamond opal rlngt, clus ter and single stone pint, studs, bracelets, earrings, orooehesi do.; also, a splendid Invoice ot go d watches, in hunting and I open oases, c ;murUicg|double tuners, lndependant seconds, fittest acd detachid levers, by the best makers in Europe; also, a splendid assortment of cam*), mosaic and Florentlce enamelled jewelry, together with go d pins, earilnga, brace lets, vut, guard and fob chains, Ac., Ac. Bale peremptory, for cash. ! of we ?"b^?Y *"-ml ue* a? 9?c-hf ^ BxBCU -?*L?0_CKW ood, CONSTABLE'S BALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, beds, bedding, clocks, Ac , In Brook h n.? W. C. ALBUR TUB. Auctioneer, will sell this, Friday morning. March 38, at V) o'clock, 19 Court street, Brooklyn a general assortment of hotieehold furniture, school desk, benches, and forty clocks. 11 H. AARON, AUCTION EKR, WILL SELL, THIS -Ei- day. at 10>^ o'clock, at 67 * a-tsau t treet, * sp'endld as Roriment rf fine gold and silver watches diamonds and gold jewelry, well woith the attention ol purchasers. All the watches warranted tor time and quality of go.d. dale without reserve. TTt HOUGHI'ON, AUCTlONHBR.? BY TH* MANHATTAN] ill . t omt<any? will sell, Uils day at lok o'clock, at 66 Nassau street, their umal Urge stock of house turnlture, eegars ani too new Ate proof sale*, rosewood atd raabtwanv parlor suits, richly carved rosewood, mailt gany and black walnut marble top txareaus and washstand*, oeds leads, rich enamell ed salts, solas, lookers, bookcases, wardrobes, extension ta bles, hah- and moss mattresses, oval and other mirrors, supe rior spring aattress, two superior new ire proof safe-, SO, 000 eegars, Ac., Ac. Hale > at private houses attended to promptly. FURNITURE AUCTION NWTICE.-OaBINET MAKKR'A stock ot first class furniture, to be so d bv auction, on this day, at Wi o'cloct at the warerooms, 6lri Bro<tdwav, a few (Mors above Houston street. HOO<*aTON A MKl.Lt.rn will sell at auction as above, without reserve, on account of rem* val, the entire atoak of cabinet furniture contained in the alive warerooms, which Is manufactured In the best possible man ner for custom trade, and which upon examination will He found to be well worthy of the notice ot housekeepers and the trade, sod comprises a very handsome assortment of carved and plain ityles of maewood, oak, mahogany and black wal o?t raralture en suite for parlors, dlnlugrooms, libraries and chamber*: rich rosewood and mahogany parlor furniture, oo vered in rich satin breeade. brocatels, rich green plush and 1m ire loth; also, unfinished la muslin; marble top oaatre and fancy fables, easy and reception chairs ar.d lounges, library and secretary bookcases, etegeres, extension and dining tables, dlnlngroom chsirs, hall stands, rosewood bedsteads and bu reaus, mahogany and walnut Dedsteads, bureaus and wath ~ stands, oak chaml>er s?t* oomolete, richly painted and ena mel rd chamber sets, hair mattresses, ealliasses, fancy chairs, aadoebe.-artle'es. We would Invite our friends and purcha ser* generally to call at the warerooms, ?18 Broadway, the day before the sale, and examine the good*. Catalogues on the room ngof sale. Ooods purchased 10 go out of the city wtfll be peaked for shipping at a reaeonaole charge, or the turnlture can remain on storage uttll May, free of Marge. / 1 BOOKBI1P, HARDWARE, SOAP, LIQUORS. SEGAB8. \J ?Ibis day at 10>i o'olock. at 67 Dey st. comer of Green wich, mustard, pepper, mackere', herring, codllsh, rum, gin, brandy, oand es. knives, forks, spoons, scissor*, saw*. flTee, planes, chisels, hammers, tacks, clocks, ooats, pants, collars, stccks. W. A. OARTkA. Auctioneer. HOUOHTOIIA MWUiOfc. A U OT to N ? KB8 , llY NASSAU will give their personal attention to setseofbouse hold fttrnWure, at private rsMiUim* or cabinet warerooms. Regular sales of furniture and house furnishing goods at saias rooP* e*sry Th?redST A Isurge assortment of rurntturs aad ' ptsnstcrtes tl prlrmts sale. Advaaeee made wheo required. HWTL..ON. AUCTTONHRB, OFKICR Wmf~ HORACB ? IP JPB give his personal a tentlon to a tew select salt s of household furniture, at the residence of famllKs, on reasonable terms. Bariy application is necessary. 140,000 to loan on hotiaehrld furniture, pianofortes, An. H- T. LKBD8 A 00.. AUCTlONEtR^-AUOTIoiTuF . handsome household tarnlture-H. T. LKRdh A to aactloaeers, will sell on Friday, at 10U o'clock, all the rose' wood, black walnut aad mahogany furniture In house 462 Broome street, consisting of two suite* of solid ro*ewo jd parlor in Freach crimson brooate ; one splendid rosewood 7 4MM? pianoforte, cost MM, heavy carved legs, and a perfect Instru ment; rosewood marble top side, centre and fancy tables; Brussels and Ingrain carpets, rosewood tedneada, .bureaus waabstsnds to match, mahogany do , black wa nut do. twe've hair mattresses, palllas.es leather beds and bedding, mahogany chairs, soihs. couches, ronking cnatra, black wsinutdo., oil clmh, rosewood hat stand, marble top; oil painting, pier and , oval looking glasses, > rench shades lace curtains, hrooatel do., cutlery, silver plated easier baskets spoons, forks, tea sets, rhlna tea sew, with a Urge lot of glasswsre and crocks rv ; oak eiteeslon dining tah.e, chairs, A%i etegeres, large aire, ansa I and comers, with plate glass doors Hnd ba^k. Tnl* fjiraiuire Is nearly new. Safe positive, March ?. _ WALKS AT APCmWI. HFWBY H. LSBDti, AUCTIONEER.? HKN'tY H. Ltd'H A Cn wi'l Mil by auctloa. ni fruity, Mircb 28 till o'clock. at (tore 19 Kanaau ttreit, oil patnt!n<* a. large collection of Are oil ?ainUiun omprialng works of accteit and mr d?rn brtutm embracing Undvspo- and c?tt? pisctw by VenMckbflien. Ifteahiil, Wilson, Jr., aad othira; la d 1494 cattle null bgurea. by lloddlnjton, aud a pair of SMiitih pic lure-, tatd to be by veiaaquez Also, an invoice of painting*, - od copper and slats, juat eeeived from Paris, c >a? sting o. landicapeaby La Jcel. Cardlnl Cbambevuae, aol other* o equal merit The paintings will ha ready for e lamination nun day fetors ?a)e. 'ibis la m rare chance for those who want t) buy good ptotures. HENRY B. LKfcDS, AUCTIONEER.? BBNRY U. LKKDd A Co will tail by auction. on Haturdar. March 39 at lotf o'clock, at the tale* room 19 Nauau atieet, aa?iKuee'a aa'.e, all ?>< tea books account* and claima of Bruth. Oardner A VO., particulars of which will be glvnn at the rale. Elngant aaieof household furniture, removed for convenience of aale, consisting ot curved rosewood and mahogany aul a of aofat, arm cbalro, parlor chair*, fauleulli. An. oovered In brocatel, p usn and hair ccih; rosewood and mahogany marble top csu net*' le*. bureaus, aaanittandi do. bo kcaios, naore'^lre, din ing ta?lea and centre tailen Alao, bedroom furnl'ure; bed. n? ade In rceewcod and mabogan*, <-halra. washatands and bu reaus, painted; single and double hair maUrestea, spring do . bol ter pillows and lot of bedding. Alao Brussels, velvet and In* rain carpet, stair do , chandeders. gas fixture* and kitchen furniture . Alao, mahegany and losewood 7 octave pianos, up right and square. .also at 12 o'clock preclaely, marble ma- tela, viz : graoe vine, oak leaf, plain, circular, eliptlc, black and go d carved marble man tela HKNBY H. I KF.DB, AUOTIONSKB.-SLKQAM HOUdK hold furniture, the property ot a gentleman removing trom the citv.-HENRY H. LKKl>fi k CO, *11 aell, by aile ron , oe Monday, March 31. at 103? o'clock, at 36 West Mevsn teenth atreet, ooesisUrg of velvet earpeta, rosewood p\r.or fui m'ure, covered In aiimaon al k brocatel; rich three colored sl.k ercoetel window curtalna and eornleea. lacedo , rosewood pianoforte, elegant carved eWgeret, pier glaaaev richly carved centre tables, mantel clock and ornaments, silk lines ta) draper* and laoe curtain*, fancy chairs, picture*, aud other parlor tarniture; black wa'nqt eztenaion table, g^ld band dinner set, tea and breakttst (Unaware, aofa tabiea, vases, As, Bedrtom furniture Carved roaewood bedstaads, dreaa bu >e?us, Brussels carpe s. tine MM mattresses. eabloe'e and niaitrecaaa cbalra enameled marble top cottage ault, qul'e new; oilcloths, ball pictures. chair*, hat rack, k a., Ao. dale commence* wbh kitchen furniture. HKNBY B. HEB1H, Jr., AUCTIONEER, WILL HKLL, ? on Friday, Marob 28 at 10^ o'clock, at toe salesrooms no. sy, Fine atreet. a 'arge and cbo<ee atook of groeertea e >m pnatng green aad black teaa, white and brown ani<er?, coifde, uploes, ralalna. pr mea. avdlnea, olive oil, maoiamnl, oioUim Kkurei. upertn and n>oaldc?rdlea, aoap, atarch, fine Htvaai aegara. getiuttie BeldMck champagne choice brandiee, wines, ale, porter, do. Bemoved lor e wr fence of aale. By order of FBKD. L. VUIjTK, Deputy Sherll HB. BEBT8. Jr., AUCTION EE R, WILL HKLL, ON FBI . day, March 28, at lt?}? o'clock, at U6 .lane street. th? mrniiure o' a family, cob aiatlng of mahogany wardrobe, ex un?ion dining tab e, ao. bureaus, anfaa, chain, roealnir churi, tub ee, marb e top eenlre tab'en, mahogany French aud other bedateada. bruvela ard three p y carper, Freecb pate pier glaaaea, hair mattreaaea, feather beda, ruch and cwie seat cbalra. btd linen, kttcnen furniture. Depoalta required from a 1 purchasera. JOHN L. VaNDKWATEB, A0CTIONEPB.-SAI.I5 OP rich houaebcld furniture.? John L Vandewa er will s- 1, tu)? day, Filray. alarA 2M, at 10k o'clock, at No HS 3a-n!ay ttreet. formerly the realdenoe of it L. Bleveua. Kaq ? P?rlor Furniture- Rich carved roee wood cu't covered in nrl'naou aim d aroon brocatel. but ilUleuaed; aplendid roee wood pianoforte, aeven ootwe, but iltt'e uaed; a aluary marble top e egere, ady'a roaewocd recretalre. French plate g a?* minora, ma?. wood. statuary , marble top centre tabiea, rlah gilt gas olian dellera marble 21 day clock wih ororze ligure; Pariii^n cbtna vaaea and ort amenta, bronzes palrttn^a English llrua tela earpeta, marble auituary, two dan dm girls, original by Franc; group of (iraee?, Flemish cupld, Ac , wi<h pedeataU. Music H- om- Solid rosewood anlt, covered in htl'outh, made by butchipa; roaewocd aecretarr and bookcaae, paintings, mirrors, mantel ornamenta, marble aUtuary, roaewosl ceutie tables. Ac IXmrg Room? Oak extension table, do. dlnlrg chairs, oak buffet or elegere, dinner and >ea se's, silver pia'ed tea let, caatera, cake ba?kei?, glass ware, cljck. msutel ornt. menta, Ac. Bedrooms? Three ply and Hrusaela earpeta, m<e wood acd mahogany marble top dressing bureau*, wa'h stands. toilet seta, marble top cemre tables, bookcases, riae wcra and mahogany bndu'eade, hair mattre ssa rockn-s, Dslndngs, ergravTrts, mantel ornamenia, 21 dav clocks Ai., to* ether with a general aaaortment of basement and kitchen furniture. JtBSKY CIIY.-AT AUCTION. ON THE P<iKM19E3, Ihla day,at3o'olork P. M , the neat boose and lot No. M.'i Henderson atreet, between York and Montgomery. Jersey < Itv. Faaaalc water in the hou?e Part of the purchase mo ney can iemaln on hond and mortgage. Rale peremptory B. 8COT1, Auotijneor, 73 M jntgomsry atreet NOTI' E -ANTHONY J- Bi.P.ECKKB, AUOTIONREB ? The subscribers wl 1 give their personal attention n aa!ea o' household furniture at the rialdence of parties oreaklni up bouaekeepirg. ANTHONY J. BLBKCRB k CO , No. 7 Broad street PEED k C?LE, AUCTIONEERS? Balearoom 343 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Ftlcay March 28, 8berHTs aa'e of elegant furniture, at 10 o'clock, at the cor ner ot' fcouth Sixth ana Fifth etreeta, Wilhamaburg, comprit'ng elegant roaewood parlor suits, and a general assortment of dining room, chamber and kitchen furniture. *aturdav, at 10 o>o rok, at the store, mortgage aale of car riagea wagons, furniture, Ac ; four carriages, one light war on. ore business wagon, and a general auortment of parlor and chamber furnltnie Bruaae'a and ingrain carpeti, china acd glata ware, kitchen furniture, Ac. Sr YLVESTER 8TOVEB, AUCTIONEER. ? LABOR SALE of elegant hou'ehold furniture of a family deo'i"ing house keeping.? ?. ttTUVjtit will tell, oi? Haturdny, March 29. at the rtur ence No. H7 West Twen y sixth street, near Sixth avanue, at 10)g o'c'ock the entire magtitlcebt fnrnlture of the above house, without reierre, which ia of tte beat description, and haa been In uae four roontha conslatlrgof large and coitlv pier and mantel minora rich Wilton and velve'. carpe a, elegtot roaewocd planoforie. three magnlfloent roaewood suits of par lor tmniture In riah crima>n and mtroon brocade; one do. do. In green and gold: roaewocd aeoretary bookcaees, solid carved rosewood centre, sofa and pier ttblee; three cot'ly ro-ewood elegeres, marble tops, with mirror doors and Vacks, Turkifh tnd reception cbalra, In rich tane*try; ele<rant roaewood card tables, do corner etegerea, with mirror backs; ilch lace window curtains and shades, bronze and ormolu clocks, cost y Sevres and Dresden vaaea, br> nze and parlor ornaments, Ac., with a number or One oil pain Inge, landscapes and other subjtcls Lining and cbambe,- *u nature? 1 lining extension table, china closer set. elegant gold band and deco. rated chica tea and coffee ae?a, elegant rub; anl crystal cut glass w. re, pearl and silver cutlery, cake baskets, castsrs, Ac ; elegant carved rotewood ard mahogany bedsteads, do. do. bureaus ard washstands to aaatoh, with marbletops; costly dexirited china toilet lets, superior hair ma tresaei, leather ledaand bedding, French oval mirrors, mahoganv edits fur niture, In batr cloth cottage mahogany aprlng seat chairs, roee wrod hall stand, English oilcloth, stair carpets A?. Th's sale will be found worthy the attention of those in want of Qrst class furniture. Catalogues on the morning of sa'.e. J SPBINCt FUBNITURH 8 ALBS ?Q. O. HORTON, Auc tioneer, Is now prepared to receive consignments of fur Llture. at bis spacious salesrooms. 84 Oedar atree'. Personal attention given to sales of furniture at realdenoe. Prompt and Immediate settlement of sales. (JJHERIFF'B BALK OF THIS STOCK OF AN IMPORTKR O of watches and jewelry. - A. M. CR(?TALaR, auctioneer, 23 Bewerv, will Nil on Friday. 28th lnaL. at 10>? o'clock, a large and valuable aaeortment of floe watohea and Jewelry, conflating id part ot diamond earrings, do. Diia, ao. ring*. do. crorrea, ail magnificent y mounted; gold huitlng, magic watches, thirty gold hunting levera. alao chronometers, detached lever*, a so Jinglirb aad French silver lever* In alngle and bunting caiea, and lepines, In alngle and hosting oaiea; gold guard, fob an' veat chains In great variety; gold pens and pencil eaten. Wketa, rings, pins, Ac., Ac., together with cos hundred seta earrlnga and pica In morocco catea. By order. J A MBS B. BENBKL, Deputy 8her?t ,Ta*m C. Wnxrrr Sheriff. Postponement ? the above aa'e la postponed to Tueeday, 1st lnat., at 10 X o'clock. SBRRIFF'S BALK OP A LARGE AND BBA80NABLH nock of ready made clothing, Ac., Ac.? a. M ukiuta LAR, auctioneer. 23 Bowery, will sell, on Wednesday, April 2, at 10% o'clock, manufactured for the dtv trade, a large and iaeblonable ateortnent of spring and summer clothing, eomr P'inrg In part caeatmere. cloth, alpaca, drape tie, linen, mar relllea and linen duck frock and sack coata; ailk, satin, Valen cia, linen and Maraelllea vests; Frecch dot akin and Rngllnh carplniere, cloth, llren and Marseilles pant*, together with Engllah ard French bioaoclo'ha, p ain and fancy castlmeree, linen, ducks and drilling, cassimeres, doeskins, black aad r.n c\ silks and lerge* nation, drapettea. alpacaa. Maraelllea and I'nlnga. fklrta and drawera pongee silk handkerchiefs black silk cravats. Ac , Ac. The attention of the trade M called to ton above sale, as the gooda are madafand trim meed in the heat mainer and stjle. By order of JOHN t. STBWART, Deputy Sheriff Jxnrf C. Wiixitt. bheriff rOMAS VKTtOH, AUCTIONEER, STORK NO. 16 Hprt: e street ? t herifl't sale ol dried bides. Ac ? On Mon day, Mnrch 91. 1886. at 10 o'clock A M . at the aaleroom. No. 16 hpruce street, a large quantity of dried hides, Ac. J Art. B. BENBKL Deputy Sheriff. Tunis morrkll, auotionkkr velvet c\r petlng, Ac ? Thia (Friday) morning, at 10>4 o. clock, at 81 Farsau street, with a large varfetv ot household goods for par loir, chambers, bal s, dining rooms. Ac. Dealers, aa well as bontekeepera, wtil attend, aa thia is a cbauoe seldom met with Tunis morrki.i., auctionkkr. ? mattrkbshs and feather beds, alio mahogany, black walnut and Imlta tlin rosewood beosteada, will be aold at 81 ftaaeau at., at 10% o'clock, In connection with a valuable s ock of housekeeping a-ileles that will glvs satisfaction. Dealers and bonte keepera will attend, as well aa others. rpUNIS MORRKLL. AUCTIONEER.? SAL aM AND BR A ta'ea, a perfect insurance againat Ore and burglars, aiao four new oonntlrg bouse deska will >e sold this morning, at 10>i o'clock, ai 81 Nassau street. At the same time, a large atock of valuable furniture, hngliih velvet carpeting, oil palntlnga, Ac. Tunis morrkll, auctioneer.? roscwood pi a n 'cr e will he sold at 81 Nataau street, at 13 o'clock, thia day, of tuperiortone and well known makers, the sate em bracing an entire new stock of furniture, tor houses, office* | Ac., will take place at 10% o'cloek. Trade sale rooms. > LKaVITT, DKLIbSKR a CO., auctioneers, 377 and 379 Broadway, Frioay, March 28. This day will be told tbe large and valuable In votcea of sia siatlonary, tancy and staple. The ?uaatltiea are large, aad to he aold to the higheat bidder. Ravcnnar, March 29. GREAT BALK OK Hf KREOTYl'K PLATER. At 11 o'clock, will be sold upwards of one hundred and flfly te a of valuable stereotype pines, affording an opportunity to publlshera rarely offered. J*j M. H. FRANKLIN, AUCTIONKKR.-WM. H. FJ? ANK tv 1.IN A BON will sell at auction on Monday. March 31, at 12 M., at the Merchants' Exchange, five lots on the northeaat corner of Fourth avenue and Tktrty-eeventh street lying to gether In one parcel; the lota are on the erown ef Murray Hill, and being on the east aide ot' Fourth avenue, a line view of tne Hat t river. Long laland shore, Ae . eouM be had from the rear wtndowi of dwellings on theae lota, aad being elevated, no thing could Intervene to obatruot the view. Map* at the office of the auctioneer, No. 6 Bread street. WH M. N. LKWIS, AUCTIONEER - W N. LKWIS A SON will sell at auction on Friday. Ma rob 28, at 10 o'clock, at the hotel near the Mott Haven depot, all the household furni ture, liquors, winee, aegara, palntlnga, engravtnga?. beer turnips, tumblers; alao a lane aaaortment of crockery, which Baa been hut little used; bedsteads bedding, caroe'-a oilcloths, Ac. ; alro hones, wagons, sleighs, harneaa ooach and other ar ticle*. U.0 numerous to mention. Sale positive. Terms caah. WM. W1TT1RS, AUCTIONKKR? WILL 8KLL. ON3A turday. at I0H o'clock, atil87 Canal at., eiesutnr'a salt of hontehoid lumllnro, Ae., conslating of sotaa, mahogany an 1 other chaira, window curtains, ahadea. French plate mirrors piano. Ana oli paintings. mahogany b?okcaee. do. etegere, pier end centre tables, handsome Brussels and other carpets, hall ot ciotha. at air rods, hat rack, mahoganv bedsteads, hair and other mat>rM*e?. beds and beddcg, marhle top dreaalng bit reauK and wathalandn toi et set', wardrobes, diaing room and kitchen furniture, china, glass and nlated ware, atovea. dlolnn ? nil <ea tables Alro, a large lot of boarding house furniture, bcoks, table and bed linen, Ac. WO. ALBURTUfl, KVC1 IONKBR ? WILL IKLL ON . Saturday, March 29, at l<>% o'clock, at 238 Court street, near Degraw street, Brooklyn, the stock, counters, aoda touu taln and flxtnrwn of an ice cream, coeiectionery and toy atore. Also, houreho'd furniture, oarpeta, oilcloths, Ao, FOH SALE. nnn -*ob 3Ai-E A livru ^liuiivTKlsr, Vi'v.uUVi with furniture, o t a large. or'1unl?j flro?Jw?j hotel, From ?16 0m)to$?0 Mnux bep*M the bateau; can be paid In m*?ch*ndiae, re%I ea'.ve, or re nulla on bood Md raurtxtge PriaslpaN only. havla* the re quMte p>v-e tddreea box 3 W?5 POV office or oiil on P. W. WAUQH.&4 William elree'., otfiiei 16 anil 17 <569/1 l\(i(\ -f0B 8\.i,K OB BXUHAWIE PAST <E> (uv ? cueb and r?al estate, a manufacturing buar neea u- tbla city 'oig etianli bed: two oarU?a nr a company cod teal'ze an Independence, being without competition. ana cash aalea. Ku l particu'ar* by addressing B , box 130 Berald offlcs A o agent# need a jpiy . 9(1 (inn aobeb or tkZ&s l\ndh rott sale ob Ail/.uuu exchange.? Tbeae lands ere all finely located on river*. end are In tract* of TA) to 1.476 acres each Also, au excellent farm of about 60 acre*, on Stuen Island, within leas than fire minutes' walk ot o?e o> the d?posotf the pro posed ral road. It la in a very high atate of cultivation. Hoiiee and barn aid other building* ail new. Tb ire are e>>out five aciee of grape Tinea, of the moat superior quality, aid crow ing very tnrlftlly. If tba property offered in exchange It de sirable, no cash will be required. Applv at 16 A all street, to frTLVfcfcTBJ& LAY, attorney at law, and oosuntMloner for all the Statea. *0 tZlki\-riK 8 A LB, ONE OF TUB PRKfTIBSI %Kj.U\JUi and beet Improved f?rm* In thla State. Large build'nge and hi order, three orchards and other Milt; three miles from the North river, two and a half from railroad; containing 106 acre a, twenty-nine mllea Irotn Slew Tort. Other farms coantry seats mlHa and village property. cbeax W. li. MfcAJCK. 8* Seventh avanueS to It, and after 8 ?rr C fkA -WANTED TO BUT, FOB OaSH. A HOU-tK 4> I .JUu. well located, with all modern lmorovements, not fuilber weM than Ninth a venae, thla aide AC Fortletu street Also, from three to tan Iota on the Mghib avenu-, frrm Fifty niaih street to 106th street Applv to BiOLICY A 8AVA0M, 36 Ptee street. Great Western Buildings. AAil -A HOTBL DOWN TOWN. IN ONE OF MpO.Ul/V* the beat looefcoea in the crfr, lease taur year*, at a low rant; can aeoearaitdale eighty persona; he who'e bauw la fnralshed cosanleie, and been eetaMihed six years. 9.1,000 caah required, balanoe In lastalliants. Apply to O. B. BOW ha A Ou.. Mli assau street. dM Ann ?for balk, an IBON foundry, WITB ip'i.uUU. stock an<l fixture*, situated at Ooxsicki", within a few yard* ot the a'eamooat landing, and now doing a efd buntneoe- '1 here nan be ao better ptac* found for a manu e tir.oft! business. It ta to be sold for the benefit of heirs. Terns male taiv For further particular* address Thomas li Baown, Cqmctto iO 9,>n ?FOB 8aLK OB BXOHANOB, 160 ACBE3 ?lO.A'IU of lUlnn's land* the bast located la the State; title perfect and the cheapest, tor tie location, ever offered, ana will ce exchanged ror merchandize. Apply to 0. B. BOWKS A CO., 84 Nassau street. 4 4-i (U)(\ ? F"?R SALE VERYCBEAP, A LOT, ON * iJ.UUv . Thirty -se van h street between Broadway and Sevt nth avenue; is a good lot for bunding purpo?ea, being well 'oca ed and in a rapidly Improving neighborhood. tiOO cab renain at opiion of purchaser, balanoe trade and cash. Ad d'aasJ K. H., Il< raid office. -BaBB CHANCE FOB A PHYSICIAN'. IP^.V'UU . A physician with a large country preotice in a central part ot this state, will ?e)l his residence and good will v.ry reasonably, a* be Is a lout chaiilnf hi* business. Inquire of E. T. LEAVENWORTH, 38 Howard street, from 0 to 7 o'clock. P. to , for one week. $1 ^nn _A GOOD BOMR SECUBKD FOR a Lli'i i LE vl.lluU. rnotey.? Frr *u e in ftrooktyt, a 1>, story cot tage with five rorma, court yard in front; his two floe large cherry tree* and shrubbery, choice grapevine*, rear vard. Lot 21) by SKI feet, far* to Fulton and At Untie ferries pais the bock. Wri be sold for tl,S00; $1,100 can remain Inquire near the premlias, ot A. ?. I>aV?nPuRT. Poasesibu lit of May. <&1 | hf \0 - Ft B saLK. A COIFRE. OaKB ANl) BK ?IP J- -vtlU . freshment ta oor, situated In one ot the very best It rations In tb W olty, In the vicinity of theatres and amuse ments cl every description doing a baniue?s of at least <8.000 per year. This la a l are chance. Apply to C. B BOWES A CO.. 84 Nassau a reet. fifl nnn -fob balk, A SPEMDID At?D impok <C-1 vUU. t&nt manufacturing ondoeae, paying enormtus pre lite, recuied bv patent, which will rea'lxe a fortune, and well worth v the attention of anyone. For particulars, apply at No 229 Broadway, office 8. dncmfl -FOB BAIJi. A GBOCE3Y AND LIQUOB vOUv. stoie. tituated on one ot tne best corners, in one ot the pi it olpa> avenues in the city. Can do a large and pro tit-bie business. Bss been established six years. Apply lm meolate to C. B, BOWES k UO., 84 Naasau street. 0>CAA I OB THE LEASE, STOCK AND FIXTUBlM Of CoKU a bou efuriil-hmg, variety and newspaper store. KHuated in the beat bu?lnes* avenue In Brooklyn. Apply at 326 f ulton street, segar store, opposite City Ball. JM nil -DBUO STO.BE fob bale, in the UPPBB flUv. part of the city; a good opportunity forayoucg Ph;*'cian. Apply toC. T. CLICK KNKK A CO., No. 81 Uaiclay strret. "I f* P. ACBEB FOB BALK CHEAP-IN BKBOBN C0UN1T. 1UU N. J., four mllea from Smfferna station, on the Brie KaUrcad, with an old fashioned bouse, new barn, stables, Ac ; three apple orchards, and a lai ge variety of the smaller fruits; sixty -five acres heavy timber; balanoe arable. P. C. BULKI.BY, 49 Wall street, (basement ) Of I ACRES IN BTE, WBBTCHBBTBB COUNTY- TUBBK OU apple and one peach orchard; a lirge dwelling ho lae. cue cottage, and one smaller house, new Darn and stables, c ar ris Re house. Ice house, Ac. The land 1* thoroughly uuder drained, enrtobed, and fenced with new wal's. the location is fine, commanding a good view ot the Bound. Terms easy. City property U?en in payment P. C. BULKLEY, 49 WaU street, (basement.) APKBFCMEBY. TOILET ABTICLBS, I'AIENT MEDI elne and Yankee notion store for se e. with a Eavarablo lease. In a splendid thoroughfare for jobbing and retailing, well stocked, fitted and doing e good business. Terms eaay. Apply to nr. RIBliSEYR, 117 Chamber* street. Ah bare chance fob an investment in a va uable patent right and well esiabllahed business.? For sale, the patent right and good will of Blake's fire and weather proof paint. The patent has been sustained oy law, and agenclea are established tor the paint throughout the United Statea. Satisfactory assurances will be g*ven aa re gards the profits and character of the burineas on application to JuHN BLAKB, attorney tor the estate of Wm. Blake, de ceased, 119 Pearl street, New York; or to Joshua Llpplncott, Jr. , 70 and 72 fouth Front street, Philadelphia. ACOUNTBT BEAT FOB A GENTLEMAN OF FOR tune.- 1 have for sale one of the finest residence* in New Jersey, with ample grounds, fruit, ou .bul dings. Ac. It Is rear K ah way. about fifteen mile* from the dry. The house 1* of brick, (Philadelphia frint.) with elegant rut stone trimming* and ornament*, three Btorles high and attic, 43 leet wide and .6 feet deep, buiit without regard to expense, and possessed ot every coc vealenoe of a city louse. There are 18 sore* of land, andtheoatbulleingaare model* of completeness and conve nience. The views and the soenery are dglighUul. The pro perty I* unencumbered and will be sold low lor cash, or un encumbered city property will be taken In exchange, in whale or In part. CHaUNCEY BaBNAB V, 98 Broadway. Avf.ry bark CHANCE -THE STOCK, WlrH *11 tnre?, ( f a stlendld bat ard cap (tore, In one ot the bent locations <0 ibe city, for rale. Fi r further particulars apply at 206 Grand street, New York. A BAKE CHANCE FOR SALE, A SEGAR STORE, Iff the best dock on Eighth avenue. Kor further particu lars apply at 829K H<hlh avenue. B ^BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SBaT, WITH 52 ACRKfl, FOR tale or exchange for city property, lituated on the west 1 beck of < ai on lake 8 miles rr jm Ithaca, N. T. AU kind.* of 1 fruH tree* on the place; dwelling, outbuildings and fenoe all new. Prlee 19,000, oost 911,000. For farther particulars in quire Id paper store 391 Grand street, where plan o? the place can be seen, or of THOMAS JOfiEH, on the premise*. Brooklyn bouse for salb? first class, on west side of Canton street, Ot h house south of Fulton ave Sue, being one of the health* est and most select losatioos la rnoklyn. Price $8,000. Terms easy. Possession immediately. Apply to EFFINub AM H. N ICSOLM, No. 7 Hassan st , New York, or THOMAf SK KLLY, at ?hop opposite the premises. COAL YARD AND FUTURES FOR tsALB, OB THB corner of Bridge and John s>eets, Proofclrn. For fur ! ther particular* luonire on the premise*. P. McG SEEVY. C COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR HALB.-A NEW, CON, > venieat audi sti ll*h oe'fage house, with trnua one to lorty acres of choiow land', in Middlesex county N. J. a good va riety of fruit, and1 In a pleasant nnigbborhood. Kasy access to the city by railroad. U. PARSONS. 2'6 Washington atreet, > ew York. COUNTRY BBSIDENCK FOR SaLB? 'II f U ATBD IN South Noiwarlk. Hoon , tear the New Haven Kailr >a<l depot The house U In good repair, and contains nine rooms; tbei e is ?oi ut % of an acre ot land, aud a variety of 'it' ion fruit; a'so, a good barn. Inquire of O. P. QUINTABD, 19 William. street, ro:m 10. GBAND&LIER FOR SaLE ?A H^NDSOMX SILVtfB plated, alx light, crista chandelief^uitable tor a store, dwelling or small church; win tie *offl for lem tiian on?-foiirtn of the orl&lnal cost. Apply at 167 Canal sheet, in the store. COUNTRY SEAT FOR BALE OR TO LEAS3? BE 4.UTI lully located on wia'eti Island, on the blgh lend aoou a mile from the first landtag. Location parfec-iy healtbv; new magnificent It is the most desirable po*l'lon iu the vicinity of Mew York. Price *10 000: rent 9760. Tnqulrs of J. it OuUfH WORTH, No. J Broad street. DRUG STORE For SALE-ALBO. 8TOCK AND Fix tures. wblon are lkie. wi'h good ouMtnm in the t est loca tiro on Sixth avenue, without fall, a bargain. For particu lars, call on JULIAN ALLEN. 130 Water street, near Wall. Drug store fob salk? neatly ?? itthd up and in s pleasant part of the ett) . WiU be so'd at a bargain, as the oropiiftor haa other businetw which reqo rei hi* atMbtl rn. Inquire at WATSON A RIPTON't) ofQcn. HI Ka**?'i street, second floor, front room. J. W. JOHNSON. Drug store for sale? vr a sacrifice, ne itly fitted up, well stocked and doing a good busmen; will be sold lor 9400 cash if applied for immediately, n 4 the owner I* leaving the elty; the it ck and fixtures worth twice tne sara. Apply, for Information, at 423 Eighth avenue. Elegant country bhbidibmon fob balk- with furniture, carriage, Ac., and twenty acre* of land, on the banks of the , Raritan, New Brunawtck, New Jersey com manding a magnificent view, a photograph of the plana, wh oh will be said low, can be eean at the effloe at F. D*B KH VILLY, 18 Rxehange p'aoe. Fifth ayenub bovsb-fob saln, a bbauhful narrow Eng'lah ti? srnent house oa Fifth avenue. Inquire of T. T. HER WIN. 39 Wii lam street, office No. 7. Fob sale -the two story briok house no. 136 Henry street, New York, In good order, with gaa and Oroton water. Butger's lease, sixteen years to run, at 9UB Seranrum. Poaaaasion lat of May. Apply to B. HaYDOCK, SBrosdway. Fob sale? a vbby desirable three btory aid high baaement brick honae, 370 Wast Forty tourth street, near ninth avenue; aald house haa all the modern Im provnmenta, such aa gaa, Oroton water, water cloaeta, marble mantels, Ac. Terms moderate. For particulars inquire on the pre mine a. For sale seven lots of gbound, ? ft. x 12s ft. each, situated In Flathusa, on tbe Coney Island plank road, 3& miles from Fulton ferry. Inquire of M. DKVOY, 73 avenue 0. FOB 8ALB? VILLA ON THB HUDSON BIYEB, AT Yon ken, three minatea1 walk from the depot, oootalnlag eleven rooms, kitchen and cellar, gaa, water, bath, Ac ;ha'fan a< te of garden, with fruit in great variety. a.ppiv to GKOKGK tj WILLIAMS, at Abraham Bell's Sonsr, 25 Park row. F>R SALE- A SPLBBDID FARM, 110 A?RE?, WITB good buildings, near Hag Harbor, Long Island, suitable for a summer residence or boarding house, for particular* Inqu teof E. RANDaL, 146 Clinton street, near Broame. For sale? two steam pbopkllkrs, itr goo" runaitig order, 130 tons each, drawing hjoiii seven feet of water. So'd for waut of u?e. Apply to 0. RAMMli.L, IHm Pearl street fa OR HAI.E- IN A DKhlRABLE NKMHBORHOOD, TUT ? ibte? ?tory frame house and full lot, IMWest Thirty euhth ?'reef; a part ot tne purchase money may remain tor tire ] ears, inquire on the premisea. rOH 9ALH. FOB SALE- A VAL0ABLB STORK PBOPKRTT |jvp nutated la h I'itwi it I' R"Ok!*nd c'jua,'; t K a ihi rougblare, t-u roads lermtuatin* U> toe place ano*'. Uouty two nJlSe Iran P ew York oRy, 1)4 miles tram & rati rimd repot, mrd I>: m Irs fen a atetrnboat isudinr. The .torn ?? coui a ?cod rash btk>hi?as; might be ri tended dt Increasing tie carnal 1 be I arm t? ad jutniug the village, contain* a"x>ut 34 a*? ee of gooo arable lawf, an apple orchard, >ever?l exee* ler.t feuildug slt?s aid a part ro<ild be profit M>'y divided Imp haCaiDK lota. Apply to dklSSOH, BR JO EH A 00., 17? We?tai*e?-t ii^OB 8aLK-A I.IQUOB KTOBE, IN OMBOF THB HSST " location ? Id West street; also, a horse, grocer's wagon and ban ess logout at w Weat street filOB SAL*? THK TBKKJC STOBT, UB10K UOUSR AND 1 hH. ho. 100 Hester atreet. lot a by 100 feot, bouse 25 by ?4 feet, and back piaxxa, 16 rooasa, marble uncials throughout, kitchen range, and cellar kivehen, with goo, baking oven, batbtrg room, and Cretan water throughout the bouae. The bouae M built bydays' wo?k o? good material, and U In good order. Tttie pertecv, Prtoe 18.000 Half the purchase money oto remain on band end mortgage for three years at 7 per cent Inquire on the premise*. PUR BALR-A MaRKRT BARGE, EIGHTY PKKT long, ?1 housed over, divided In alz s'tncla. t?h<? can be ?eeo at the foot of Dey street. li not aold befbrs the M of Afcril. tbeiiaeoa wtllbe aold separately. Apply to F. DCF M M White street, after ? a. MT CiOB B ALA? THE F1B8T CLASS ENGLISH BASE I meet house, No. lis Nineteenth street, between Second and 1 bird aveiuae, containing all the modern Improvements and finished In h superior stir, lbe said house wl 1 "e sold Srs'oTc^BlE^EngT""5 PQB 8 a LB? A DESIRABLE LOT OH TBB BAST BIOS of Aeveuth avsnua, 78 feet 4 Inches north from Forty Mth street I be lot tattilOO, and will be aold ciear trom leasmenta. lbe i avenue la sewered and paved, and the nrtghoorti-od la rapidly Improving by the ernoUon of tint c'aas dwellings. Inquire of WILLIAM r. ilaWH, 175 Canal Ji'OR HALE AN INTEREST IN A LIGHT MANCFAC r turtng business, ei ablUhed la the city, m full titration. A prison having *1,100 or ?t, B>'0 tn Invest, wi'l ttn-t this a good st,d profl'ihb Investment. Aadress x. 0., Herald oittoe. <j"'OB SALE-SEVEN 1 Y FI VIC ACURS, APPERTAINING r to the residence or the late Oov. Pierce, or New Hamp shire, and tbe latlve place of President Pierce. To a de ara ble put chaser fea family m?na<on and the remainder of the farm mfgat be disposed of. The prooerty Is delightfully >ltu ated tn the romance own of HlU* boro' N H , and la one ot 'he most desirable locations for a residence in the State. Pieate apply, until the 1st of April, to F. OBIPFBN, CUntoi avenue, Brooklyn. FCB BAI K? THR LKA8E AMD FURNITURE OF A first c an boarding house, up town, doing an excellent tu?ln*ts. and fil ed with first olasi boarders, the location being verr desirable The par-ie* desire to sell oat, la coate quence of 111 health. Please address 8. M., Broadway Post olDce IjlOB 8ALR-A 8PLBNOID SORREI, HORSE OR THE ' oplet rated Trualee atook, live year< old, IS hands high ant beautifully proportioned; Is a free, stylish driver, steps square apd light; is a goodlamlly or road horse; Is not surpassed for pjin Bit-try of form or gt]Ieof action by any torse in New *orfc Ir>lc?t44)0. Can be seen at Mr nickel)' stable, lhirteenlh street, between FUth and Six h avenues. T7IOB 8ALR?1HB LE ASE, PIXT0BBS AND GOOD WILL r rl' a ie?ar store, well located, and now doing a very goad buelcetig. he p'acc Is ?ult*b'e tot any klndol business, and a barber's shrp cap befitted up In the rear. Address Durand, Be<aJd office ^ ^?il*nfho^wI^t,^llnVSH^NOe:x) ^R A OOOD new oianuiacturlng buUoins ihinfV aud n fir it class fjOR SALE? IN THE lOWNSHIP OF YONKER8. r within a tew minutes' walk cf the Harlem or New Haven depots, and sixteen mites fron tbe ( ty Hall a countrv seat, ol oue acre ot ground, with oottage, barn, outhouoea tanoes, veils riirnace. trees, shrubbery Ac .complete lheloaatlon la elevated, healthv an i picturesque, and is not pur passed m the vicinity or New Yerlt Purolturs ir riqulrM. le'ou e*?y J COL KUAN HART, 107 Broadway. O flics hours from 1 to 8 P.M. B1CB 8*11? NO. 87 PBVRNTH STBEET, W?BT OP BR P cond avenue, a substantial threa ssry brick dwelling 25 feet wide oue block trom Second, Third and Fourth avenue railroads and As tor place atages, and a fnw minutes' walk trim Broadway, ties and Crouin water. Terms easy. 1 BOS. B. MBBLBK. 61 Wall ?, corner William. L>OB 8a LK- TWENTY ACRES OF LAND, HALF A r mile from the New Haven and one mi's 'rom the Barlem depot, oi e of the most desirable locatlms in Westchester county. Call on J. 81' KVsiNS, 67 Fulton street, to day, or at Vount Vernon, alter to <ay. until April 1. ? - ffOB SALE- THIS DAY, 800 TH DOWN EWlES, WITH r young lambs, just ajrlved trom Liverpool; also, some valuable breeding pigs. Apply at the Bull's Head staale, Bohinson street. ? VB.BYLARGRCABT BOR8E 80ITABr V h.ir l0* coal cart or any heavy Work- . or at ]f ^ Ma?detf kne*" b* 86,0 181 West ic,*h,#entl? 'treet, tlOB 8ALE-A 8TEAM BOILER TABLE AND BOILING r appavttir: also, seven marble top tables, the whole suita ble tor a Intel or restaurant; will be aold cheap. Apply at 239 Broadway. Fhob ? ale ? valuable property on thb north ? sldeol . -event) eighth street, between Fourth and Firth avennes, and in the vlelnlty ot the Great Central park, con riming ot three lots of ground, being 75 feet tront and rear b7 102 teet 6 Inches In dep'h, together with the double two stwy aid attic bouse, with a larse basement and stable In the rear, lbe whole will be sold on reaeooaile terms aid at a moderate price. For further particulars aoplr to ROBBKT bTUX VESANT. No 9* Merchants' Exchange. Wall street. Fob balk at grermpoint-ssvebal valdablr house and lots; also, 'ot* to lease. Apply to JOBIAH PaLMEB, corner ot Franklin and C.inton streets, Oreen point InoB BALB, AT A BARGAIN? TWO NRW WHLL ? bul't three stosy and basenest and oourtsr enliar houses, No*. 206 and 208 West Thirty -fifth street, between Eighth Mas Nin<b avenues, with all the modern improvements; sue of lot, 20x98-0; bouses, SOxdO. Priee 98^00. Fur Information apply on the premises, n*OB FALR CHEAP? TWO STEAM RNGINBB, BIX r horse power each Apply to GLAB8 A WKLL8, Fifty first street between Eighth and Ninth avennes. fjtOB SALE CHRAP-A HANBBOMR SDiT OF MAH )? ? gsny and mohair parlor furniture; also, bedroom and kitchen furniture. Inquire at 201 Front street, or 1L6 Bast Twelfth sti eeC V fjlOR SALE LOW? ONB NSW FOUR STORY KMGII9* 1 blWBDlttHafnd n, 129 Lexington av?nue. Uviuot t.c surf asaed for st) le and durability and bM all <he modern iapiovement*. Inquire on the premises for particulars. ti'OR BALK OB BXCHaNOE-FOR BBW YORK PRO r part', below Fifty-seventh street, tbe well built first elaaa dwelling hou?e 287 Livingston street Brooklyn, ooatalnlng all the modern improvement*. Apply to C3AB. WELSCH. M Nassau street. rtOR DALE, EXOHaNGB, or to list? two nkw J dwellings, tearoom extension, dumb waiters, eight m?r ble mantels; street and houae lighted with gas. In Myrtle ave nue. Cars every ten minutes. Is attendance daliy to show tbeprorerty. Si-cond street beyond Clinton avenue, Byerwo strett, between Mjrtle and Wlllouahby avenues. JOHN BRA1NERD, Wall street ferry, Brooklyn. r)R SAL? OR hXCHANGB-IN FAIRFIELD, CONN., on tte Sound two hours' distant, a large, oeutral and verv dertrabe residence. Tbe village Is widely known for health and beauty, flue roads and sea bathing, and la in every resoect a most desirable location. Is well calculated for a hotel or board'ng house, both of whieh are greatly needed. Will ez cbaege tor good property here or in Brooklyn of same value. Price $7,500, $6 000 to remain at 6 per ceat; also, 20 acres of land. Apply to F. W. EXAPP, 34 Broadway. For sale or to let? a threb story English basement brick house and lot. on tbe coner of Court and State Mreet. In good order, built In modem style; the location wool l>e surpaared lor a person doing buiiness In New fork, or it can he turned into a splendid store with little expense. Price te.ono, $5,000 can remain on for acme time. Inquire of Ji.Hls F. BKlii, 62 Wall street, Hew York, or Pterin O. BELL. 343 r ulton street, Brooklyn. J OK dALB OR TO LiCT-THE SUBSTANTIAL FOUR story brick houae 109 or 111 Kaat Thirty -third street near T/fxindton avenue; house 20 by 44. lot 90 9. Gas, bath, water elcset, range, Crotoo water throughout, marble manteU. Will tc po:d low. Apply at 109 1 h'rty third street. IjIOR BALK OR TO LET -A NEAT COTTAGE HOUSE, F on Clef moot avenue near Myrtle, Brooklyn. Will be let lowtoaguod tenant. Apply to WM. VaNVIliL, 143 tfro*d way, New York. ipr P SALE OR TO LET -A FIRST CLASS TWOSrORY ff house, with high basement and ppacioui sub ce lar, built in the modern stvls and Having every convenience ne cestary tor the accommodation of a respectable family. The front is of bronn stone and fbiladfelpnla brick, and hn a very bandeome appearance. Gas throughout. The above house is situated la the uioat respectable neighborhood on Grand street Williamsburg, and about fifteen or twenty ml nut**' walk from the Houston street and Peek slip ferries. J or IVrtber particulars inquire ot JOH/? ATTKIO Ji. agent, 691 Fourth street, New York, from 8 A. M. to 1 P. M. r?R BALB OR RKNT-A WELL BUILT FRAME HOUSE, nearly new, of ttree stories, filled in with brlok with mo dern Improvements such as furnace In the estlar, bel's, speak ing tubee, hot and cold water In kitchen, and bath room, Ac , located In 124th sreet, west of Fourth avenue, directly oppo ?tte Mount a orris square, and near the Harlem Railroad '??pot 1 he boase occupies the oeotre of three l<ite of ground. b by ICO feet, which wtU be sold or rented with It. Applv at the rorner of Third avenue and 125th street, to PR. 8. HILLS, or at 110 Broadway, roem No. 2. For California.? a right, for mancfactur lug an article ot dally and universal consumption, is offered for sue #26,000 can be made In one year, at the business there. Address G. W. Wallace, N, Y. Post office. IjiOUNDRY AMD MACHINE SHOP FOB BALR-THB r Clarendon Iron Works, located la the town of Wllmtng ?or, North Carolina, now In successful operation, are offered H r f ale on accommodating terms; or an Interest will be sold to 1 roar of experience In tbe burineaa, who has eaptclty to su per intend the same. 1 he property consists of a oapscloui and well arranged machine shop, pattern room, bolter shop, b ack smith shop, Iron and brass foundry, draftltg rooms and oflhes, ail well supplied with tools, and capable ot doing work ot anv kind that can be done at first class shops, fne building will accommodate 600 haeis, and the present tools are auflloleni tor JMX> men Tbe laad ana water front is of sufficient extent to admit of any enlargement or addition that may bn desired. Ibe piesent demand lor work is sufficient to keep the enta1) llsbmeni emplo< ed with a toroeV 300 hands, and will Increase. The prices obtained for work are such aa to be profitable to the proprietor, and compare tavorably with prices at other points, to the purchaser. In addition to the many advantages po?ntesed by this location for the business the onealog of the Cape F?ar and Deep Rlvrr works, and thi building of the W llmlngton, Charlotte and Rntherfordton Railroad wdTcreMe additional demands for work, and fnrulah a supply of line quaUij coal ai.d iron It the whole, or aa 'ntereu, Is not so'd before the 16th da* or April next, the oroperty will be offered at pabl'c sale on that day, on the pramlsrs. As the edablUh ment will continue la operat'on, orders tor i ew work or re* pairs will be attended to as heretofore. Any Information that iray be desired will be promptly furnished by application to theeubscrtber.at Wilm'ngton, N. C. . _ A. H. Y/YNB(5kKEI.EN, Pre*. O. I. W. Co. GROCERY 8T*Nl> FOB SALE AN OT.r? ESTABLISH ed grocery stand, toeether with the stock, futures, A a. Tbe store nss been occupied a number of years by the o resent pioprietcr. who ha* done an extensive business; and If taken hold < f w'th energy and st tried anetv. with a lit le eicl'ement It can be made a first rate c?ah business For sale on reason able tenrs as the prsprieV-r wl?hes to close up hU business In consequence or ill beslth. Apply at 39 Frankfort street, op posite hose stream New York OOHB AND LOT FOR MALE THB SHB9TANTI AL H three story bouse and lot roon^ SegwHr v'< ' ?r'J..p _ row SAUK. j H?Vu8M -?*. HVBBAY HILL.? FOB 8 ALU, TWO OF In amu brown ?toc? butiu* oow building on Ch? not maeof MestVliny ?uth ?re? . between Kmta and Sttth avn J!"* Tot* completed by the fin* or May The* ere hull* ta "d e.egiuil manner and of the very best ra-^WiAls thiougbout, ooiiialnlog ?U the modern t uprore meet*, fhe ealrnnoe ltd halls m rary specious. the celling* M'ra high, the ?tair-i are entire: v fndependit m of the parlors. Urn* oi>vtBttTi| one of the prtocfpsl ohjeoti'w? urged a?*lnsi bawmtnt bonus. The front* are lofty, noble aod elegant. but pnssfcg a* j thin# In the street They caa he immured for a ?erj r'a?*mbl?prUe aod on eujr terras, IT early aupllcattoa wade loJOHfc LLOYD, ll Nassau street, Comtnoa Houkksand lots fob bale.-ukgk balk at i auction uf thereaiestateof John H. Cornell, deseased m ?be M ol April, at the hxehange. at 12 0*1 lock, by r . 11 uUO ' LOW. auctioneer, Do. 101 West Fourteenth street , Mo 122 Bleeeker (treet Ho. S07 Broadway ( i^a'tye'Je da I); Mo. M Bower* : >oe 1*. 127 and 1W canal street; No*. 160 aod 1M West Thirtieth atreet, 16 10U on 141at atreet, and lease of No. 20 Oliver street See auction advertisement aud map* at It Pinestrtei. Houses fob balk lbs3 thax cow-two hand. some bouses In Forty first atreet, betwew Br >adwa? and 1 Sixth arttue, three ? tones, baaement aud oounter cellar, hteh j ?loo os balconies. <kc., with all modern Improvements, ffos. 13 aod 17; cos anew hotue, the other built one year. Inquired* 1 the premises. HOUSE FOB 8 ALB LOW?A SUBSTANTIAL WEUL built ihreeftory basement aod couater -cellar brink house, on Murra* Bill, near Filth avenue, No 14 Weat TblrtT seventh atreet, will be sold for $I0.N)0, on very faroraole term*. Ap ply to ROSWhLL O. PiKRCH, Pine atreet, corner of Broad way. HOUSK and Lot FOB BALI AT BBOOKLTN, K D.. A two story and basement brick bouse, situated In Se venth street, two doors fam South Sixth. Brooklyn, Bastern nut rtot for sale at a grei t sacrifice, aa the owner la ahoat to remove to Kaglsnd. Inquire at the paint store of JOSHCJ a CARft ART, 1M South Sixth street. Terms easy. lhrea quAl. ten of the purchase money can lemaia on bond and mortgage HOUBB AND LOT FOB SAL*. -A THRBR 8TOBT A t D bsiemett new house on ths northwest corner oi Thirty - second atreet and Ntn'h avenue. House ZtxtO feet, lot 23x76. Sold on account of the owner going to Europe. It rema for W12 per annum. Apply at IK8 Daane street HOCPE AND LOT FOB BALK CHEAP? A POUB STORY brick hotue, 279 ? inth street, near Tompkins square; haa a 1 the modern Improvements, (as, baths Ac ; size of lot Z> by 100. A rare chance to Invest In, aa the terms are moat mode rate. TILe pet feet. Inquire of WM. HARNAN, 117 avenue B" Hotel fob salx.-thb hotel, with an acrk of ground attached, situated on the earner of the Jamaloa and Cyprus Bill plank road, near John I. Hnedlcor's^Jama'oa, with a l the eeoessary outhousea. kept by Hiram Woodruff Apply to A. B. CBOw&LL, 341 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Livkby and balk stables fob 8 alb? IN OLASSOS avenue corner of Putnam, near Fulton avenue. Brook lyn. with new carriage house, stables. Ac., and a ootnoleto aod e fllo lent stock of homes, carriages and sleighs. Will be sold clieap If applied for soon. Fer fall particular* call on Howard k Brother 99 Fulton avenue, ooroer of Bridge street, Brook lyn, or o( Urban A Howard, on the premisea. RKSIDKNCB AT N?W BOOHELLB TO LBT.-A HAND some and eomtnadlous dwelling, oo Davenport'* Nook, liontlrg Long Island f'otiad, three quarters of a mile from tb* depot or New York and ftew haven Railroad- The house la a mcdern built thiee story, containing fourteen rooms, with marble mantels, Ac , and built in the beat manner. The Sounds, abont two acres, are well laid out with shade and lit trees; a beautiful garden, with the cholce*t|v*rlniie? ot strawberries and blackberries in abundanoe, in full bearing) convenient bathing, flihlug. shooting. Ac On the ground* are stables, carriage house, Ice house and all the conveniences ft* a genteel country r?sldeoce. Will be let on "moderate terms, and pcsserslon Immediately. For further particulars nopVy 10 it. t>. LE FKVRK, 120 Pearl streff.; or H F. Pettoo, real ee tale agent, near <Jepr?! of New York and New Haven Railroad, New Kochelie CHIP BREAD BAKERY FOB 8 ALB? WITH TWO C oven*, a lull sot of machinery and bake hiuw tu'uails with lease of Ave j ears from 1st of May next. There 1* a good run of customers. Apply on the premisea, 21) Albany street. SEQaR 8TOBE FOB BA1JC? WITH STOCK, FIXTURK8 and It- ate cheap lor sash; doing a good budneoa and situ* ated In one of the most populous and business th^rough'area In the cite. A fine chance mr a person with some capital. Ad drees renno, box 203 Herald offlcs. SUPKRIOBFaBM-SEV&NTY-FOUR ACRES, BEAOTI fully Located, on a river, eighteen miles from New York by railroad La<ge and substantial dwelling bouie, with all oiher necessary outbtilidlrgs. coarly new; plenty of wood, fine water, abundance of fruit and everything desirable. W. J. BRUHDRiD A CO., Commonwealth Building*, Nassau ard Pice streets. TO DBGQG1ST3 AND APOTHBCABIICB^-F. HaLK RB spectfully invites the attention of purchasers to several boca fide concerns now for sale in Brooklyn, Williamsburg and New York cities. Full particulars given by oalling on F HALK, druggist, glass and fixture dealer, 4A Beekman street TWO OOUNTBY SEATS FOB SALB, 100 YARDS APABT. Two ot th* most desirable two story, haod?mely finished and oemm odious residences In Westchester county. In a be?ud til and very healthy village, about tweaty milai from the elty. ten minutes' walk from the railroad depot, aooesiah'.e eight three a day, and seven acres of land with eaeh. Also, for sale, an established boarding sobxiL Inquire of J. P. P At ALL, Ke 9 Spruce street. r^KO HOUSES FOR SALB -AT FORT WAHHINOTON, ^^?on the Hudaon river, about five minutes' walk from the depot, with fine river view. One house Is completely lurnlxhed, ana the tarnl?nre will be sold with the house, it contain* nine rooms, beiides kl tehee, basement, bath room Aa., 1* supplied with water throughout, and has a good otrriaga house and ?table, wilh about three fourth* of an acre of laud. Prise of the entire Including fundture, $11, MO. Toe second house has ?even tooms. besides kitchen and basement, and will be sold, with four filths of an acre, lor 18,000. A portion of the pries may remain m bond and mortgage. Apply to WILLIAM B. LALOR, No. 24 William street, third floor, room 13. TO OAS FITTERS AND BRASg FINISHERS.- FOB rale, an o d e tabllahed gas tluen ' and brass finishers' shop, together with a full assortment of eu (table tools, and (he stock remaining on hand. Satttfaotoi? reason* given for sell ing out For particular*. Inquire ot JOHN POlTS, enrnerof High and Crane streets, Newark, N. J., or at 510 Sixth avenue, N Y. TO PHYSICIANS.? FOB IMMEDIATE BALK. A LAROB city practice, office, office furniture and medldne.and book accounts, tor lea* than the cash value of the latter. Fur Infor mation appty to DB. SOD TH WORTH, 97 avenue C, between 12 and 1 or between 6 and 7 P. M. TO BUTCHERS.? THE FIXTURES AND TOOL9, ALL oomn'ete. ot a butcber ehoo will be *old low, if applied for immediately, lpoulre at 40 Hudson (street. TO CARPRXTHR8 AND BOX MAKERS.? THE GOOD will, dock ant benches of an old eit*Mt?hed builneis, for *aie cheap. Addren carpenter, Herad office, wlL be at tended to. PERSONAL. ANN* ARMSTRONG. A NATIVE OF TRHPLEMORK, county l'lpperary, Ireland. landed at New York this 21th March, 1856, and lived flte year* In Manchester, and Is de firou* to (tod out her si ter^Harah Armstrong, who lived la Vartck strte', when last heard of. Anv Information respeut Ins her will be most thankfully received by her sister, at 194 Varick street, between Hamersley and King ftreets. ?j^UFFiLO HAS ARRIVED. MYdfERIOUS, ATTEND. CZ.-YOU ARE NEITHER NEGLECTED NOK FOR ? gotten. S very one of your eight tetters have been re ceived and faithfully answered. What has become ot mine Is more than I know, bend every day next week. W. - IT IS IMPOSSIBLE FOR ME TO MEET YOU JUDDY. IF L1MAN H. TYLER, LATE Of ALBANY, N. Y., Is in the city, be will eonfer a tavor by sending his aadrew to box 2 240 Post cflloe. INFORMATION WA1-TRD-OF THE FOLLOWINO SOL ditts of ?be war ol 1811, or their heirs: - UUlbert Oonklln, ibram 8 Gale, WlUlam Ma comb, Char csbardlne, Daniel Karnes George Uorton. By applyli g to A. C. Munroe, 136 Orchard street, it may be to their sdvantage. INFORMATION WANtED? OF JOHN AND PATRICK Brown; when laat heard trom were In Ohio; they belong to i be county Waterford, Ireland. Any Information ot them *111 he thankfully received by John Bantry, Northshore Post cflloe, 8ta:en Island, N. Y. Ohio papers please copy. INFORMATION WaNTED-CF PATRICK CAFKREY, aged about 93 years, who left his residence on Saturday evening, March ii, lfSti and when laat seen was on the corner ot Cannon and hivington street*. Any Information concerning the above named person win be thanktuily received at 164 Sixth stieet. New York, by Mary Call'rey. When he left hi had on a black frock coat and black pantaloons, black cloth vest; red hair, height 6 teet 8 Inches. Margaret k re van wishkb to brckive iwfor formation ot her sister, Eelen Kirvan, from the county of Waterlord, parish of CIoloo Ireland, who ctme to thu country, (New York), In the ship H lean Hon, between tea and eleven years ago, since supposed to h<tve married a man br the came of Greene. Anv Information of her whereabout* would be thancfully received, br calling or addressing to toe Carlton House, Broadway, New York. MISS KLLBN BURGESS WOULD CONFER A FAVOR on a Mend, from Boston, M ?!. T., by leaving her address imnurtwtely. with B. Ix>ckwood. Ks<i . , Broad ray I'ostodi^e. VI R. KRRY OOX S.TBVBDORR, OR ANY OF THE If I m* ii wl o were engaged by him In loading th? brig Orien tal. Capt Rcwbotham tor?an Francisco, in weptemier. 18 50, or ?nv pereot who can give Henry Cox's address, wlli be libe rally rewarded by (.ailing on T B. Robertson, 120 Water St. WANTED -A LADY WI8HINO TO ADOPr AN OR phaa child, ttve month* old *B t ,srj healthy, can llnl it bv rall'ng at 704 Fourth st. YON KRB*.? MEET MR ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON next, at 4 o'clock, rain or ahine, at the same place where we 'ast met. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC. CALIFORNIA DIAMONDS, EQUAL IN BRILLIANCY and appearance to the real ?Gent emet's pins. 96 o $1S; rlrgs, f4 to $20: fairings, $8 to $$5. i,adles' pins, $8 to $S0. stut'i , sleeve buttons, An. Any of In* above arUc'ee sent by mail to any part of ibe United States. L. Jt J. JAOOBfl, manufacturing jewellers, 407 Broadway. VHhfiT CHAINS? MANUFACTURED FROM A OOMPtMI | (Inn equal to gold. These chains are warranted not t? change col ir. and the beat Judges cannot te 1 them from gold; price* $2 50 to $6. 1 hey are warranted as raprei euted, or the money i stunted tfanutactnred only by us L. i J. jaCoBS, man ulfccnirlng jeweller i, 407 Broadway. W^HATOaNS-FINK GOLD ANB SILVKB WATCHBR.? I The largest and most splendid s*snctoun< ot watehsi la fee s*y la to be f iaod at the eubcartber'a. He has beea I* bustnes* in Wall street for the laat eighteen year*, and I* *A hag all description* ot goid ead stiver waSehea, jewelry aal ?Brer www, at muck less ftea the usual pttoee |?s?mss?iw?^.7.r*a Fwie grild hnatag leplna, (Opr holea Jewelled $85 06 Gold bunting ease Kngliah patent lever* H 01 Fine goid h? Mm detached Wvert. faM JlweRil JdDOO Gold ahd eoatnaT watehaa (br tone* $80 00 to $100 0$ (feUoffid gold pocket she n? astern .$Us OOtoSMOM Geld todepeoMot second watch e*, iar timing Imm MflOtoMOOl ?old hunting wtfche*,' wUah'run' eight dajF*.'.'$lle 00 to $3<) 3 Gotdmagto wa?*ea, whfch change kilo three dUkrent watch**. $UB00tottM0t SoidBogltahpeUntlerere, fall Je welted $?0$to$l?ei r?e gold hoattng mm raflway tuaakaapasa. iaptae*, fcttr hole* IrweDed.. . . _ . . . . . . k. J. ToMee, Harriet*, B. A u. Dinslsr, T. ?. Oeoper, sm| aB other celebrated maker*. fir ale very low. _ . . AB weKte* warrant** to keep ot*reef Mme. AMmhI asLsfsr&jrer ac-MK? wa Ml to all of ik* Hatted Rial** aad Cfcnada, tree o ""oSoRGB 0. ALLBB, Isaporter of watche* Mile wafer, wMeaaie ms d ratal. Be. II Wli HM, seeond loir.iei ii onto ssdoo w?totn$?$j I to $17 it a# ?iOKMKK, CAHH.tA.GK8, AC. 1T?R ?AL'fr7^1.K J>IR BAY HOHHfM, It BAND* .P high, w^ brake, of good sttle and aoUoo, 7 and 8 years old. wurum sound anl liai u rverr reepoci; wiuYbe nrf diflienlt to excel vera tor private family uae being SO r--"v end tar y to drive. Apply at ARTHUR'* ltrsry and' eale sta ble. 11 Bergen street. near Court, Brooklyn. POB SALS ? A VERY FINBSOBBBL UORSff airmrm toxin, for general uae Apply at Ift and 138 M?rs-r s FOB SALE- A LIOnT, 8HIPTINO, ENAMRLI.BD LEA ther lop wagon.buiit by Miner ISteve's.aod cow over tttg. he* been bm tittle run and to In flrst rate order. Apply al JaRVIS' stab e, artier Broad wa? and Twenty seventh street. Price *124 A too. a light covered double harness, made** Campbell, nearly new; price fan. 1 FM)B BALK? A LIOHT BROWN BORSE, 16 HANDB high, six > ears old this >pring, warranted sounl wet kind, weUsnMedfer t? wily use. For further terms laqutre In the gweery store, corner of North Sixth ant First streets, Wllltos lim, far Hani Kelly. POB 8ALB? A PINE HADDLK AND 11 ABM BBS BOBBM, a goo* travnfaur, eight years oil, sound, kind and very handsome. Also a fait horse, cheap. Apply at or Irustte ? aMee. Oreenpeiat, near Tenth street ferry. r?j >B 8 ALB? TWO GOOD COAOHB8, AND TWO PAIS or torses. Will be se Id cheap, tof ether or separate. AIM, three slnf le horses and three wagons. Apply at 40 Vent? ?real 1DOB BALK? A THBKB SEATBD ROCK A WAT OAR X1 rlage nearly new and In perfect order; a ladies' and gon t eman'e sedle and bridle; a mole. Burning cart and harases, all of which belonged to a flat eased private facUeoaen, wUl be eold low to wind op the estate. Apply at lIomnlOB Blfc'8 stable, lit and! 18 OllaXm place. F>R SALK-A VERY PIKE BRIOBr BAT BORB* full 16 haidB high, pony built, peifeotly sound, and tint Is barnet a or under the saddle, be hae good action and great power, and is a auperior family ho?se. Inquire at WlUuMV staples, Tenth itreet, near University place. For salb-a very ran bat hoksk, i m hands high, can trot In 3:10; also, wsgon, harness, sleigh hells, robes, blankets, Ac.; arl were new last summer; the wagon is now telng palnled. Address a. , Herald ofllee. IJIOR HA LB? A SORREL HORSE, 8KVEN TRAILS OLD, r 18)4 hands high; a grav mare, six years old. 16 hands; boib sound, perfectly gentle and good travellers; have been used in the city before business waeoos, Aunlly carriage and under the saddle. Also, the oovered grocery end ooe-platfona wagon? the latter la suitable for carrying furniture, Ac., all nearly new. Can he reen at anv time during to day at P. STkVKKB' factory, 264 and 386 Twenty aevsuih street, near Ninth avenue. Fob s ale. -un k second hand top wagon, in food order; a'so one without top. Apply at Armour's carriage factory, No. 8 Seventh avenue. Fob balk, cheap eiocit good work hoimns young, tound and kind in every reipect; also a good teasa of mults; also ooe large bav mare, can pace in 2:48. without training; also one la-ga bobtail bay horse, stylish and hand some. All warranted ?a reoresented, or the money will be returned. Apply at 99 Weet Eighteenth street. THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETIRED PROM PBAO lice, to wiling lo dispose of his horses aud carriages. Ap ply to Or. JAMKS CQCKCBOPr. U Forsyth street ANTKD ? A MI1.L HORSE. OH* THAT IS BLIND would be preferred. Inquire at 62 Cliff street. w DANCIAiO ACADEMIES. A. l?OD WORTH'S PRIVATE DANCING ACAiM No. M6 Broadway, Row York; No 137 Montague place. Bro Aim, will eootlnne open until the 1st of June, enabling those wfce commence at the present Ume to oompiete a lull q Barter, fkt classes are ao arranged thai beginners oan enter at any time with equal advantages. DANCING ACADKMIK8.? MLLE. CA.&OL1NR VHZIKN'S dancing academy. 31 Howard street, will continue open until the 30th June. Classes meet for the instruction of ladles and gentlemen at 3 o'clock P. M., and at 8 in the evening, for practice, Grand toiree dansanta every Saturday evening. PURiVmRE. (10TTAGE AND PANOT FURNITURE WARRBOOHB, J at 814 Broadway, opposite St. Ntcholaa Hotel.? O. MAT THEWS offers torsade the most extensive assortment of tenor oottsgo enamelled and French furniture in the United States^* reduced prices. Every variety of mattresses, palls?es, plUovrs, bo 8 ten, Ac., at manufacturer's prices. 8TONEY PARTICULARLY REQUESTS AM EX AMI nation of his stock of rich rosewood, oak, walnut, par H _____ lor. chamber ara library furniture, by persons about ? ? their spring (election, before purohatisg elsewhere. An universal larse variety will be round, at the usual m ids rata prices, at crunch store, 84 8lxth avenue. All the varieties at substantial c ittage, chamber and dining room lurnlture; war ranted In every description. U. SToNEV, 836 d road way, brunch 84 faixth avenue. MSCBUMEOU8. OQC Ann TONS OF J BE HOST SUPERIOR ICE.? jUiJfJ .vv/U By the Knickerbocker Ice Oompany; offloe 168 Onnal street? for shipping or city trade. All orders will be promptly attended to and faithfully executed. N. B ? This is the only company bringing Rocklind lake or any lake low to tie market R. T. OOM PrON, President W. 8. Wilcox, Secretary. I CANAL STREET, NKAR VARfCK.-W. A H. TAR XUli NOTE8' grate and fender, kitchen range, siunsaar range and stove wttreroom. We have a large assort Boat at the above nsmed articles tor sale, on reasonable terms Orates and ranges set repaired and lined; stoves lined; jewellers' sot brass founders' (urnaoes built; furnace doors linad wlthasag stone. AN BFFIOACIOCu cure FOB CORNS, bunions, oal losities, nails growing Into the flesh, and every disorder at the feet, by a nsw and peeu lar method, without cutting, or without cawing the slightest pain. Monsieur l.fcvl. of Ho. 80 Bis ttue da Rlvoll, Pari*, and No, S Cocdnlt street,' Regent street, T.ondon, Surgeon ChirooodtH to ibs Bmperot of Prar.ce and the Reyal Famliv of Bnglsn4, having been specially invited to New Yerk to attend son* dktinguwbed fsmiliee, Inter ds remaining here, and' mar M sonsuied daily, Sundays excepted, at h's offi.se from 10 till 4 o'clock. corna or thtimoxuia [From his Imperial Msjssty N*poieon IIL, Emperor at Prance ] Je oertlfie que K Levi at leve lea eon avec one extreme h?> bilete. Locts Napoliix Bos ir a.ut%. [From James Baker, Esq.] I certify that Dr. Levi has cured me some month ago of se veral troublesome bunions, without the lesst psin. and which have annoyed me for many years I walk at present with great oemfort and, and cheerfully recommend Dr. Lento sag mends and public Jakes Bakkh. _ ? 22 East Seventeenth street. Mbw Yobk, March 24, 1W6. [From Robert Ferguson, h?q., M. D. . Physldaa la Ordlnarw to her Msjnty of Ureal Britain. ] Vr. Levi has most skilfully extracted two e3rns from sap feet, without giving me the slightest pain. Host. FcROtmoH. M. D. No. 9 Queen street, May Fair, London, March 2, 18M. [Prom H. J. f situs, Esq.] Unsolicited by Mr. Levi, I beg letve to testify to hto l ful skill in having perfectly temoved a large bunion of 1j__ statu ing, without causing sny pain. 3. J. Pbltos, Phllaaelpbw, July 27. iH8l No. 4 Boston row. In addition to the above antkentioeted testimeriaM, many thousands more in his posse*sion (amoog which are sevtmu from ladles of the klgheet rank) can be seen by favoring hlna with scall at hto offloe, 91 Eleventh street, between Fifth aa4 Sixth avenues, Mew York N. B.? No profeuional connection with any person. BRKAKFAMT SHT8 - J AMK.H FRANCR, 70S BROAD way. will open, |oo Friday, March 28, evOcambrlc collar* and s eeves In Mia. much under regular price*. BHRUBHM OF EYERY DESCRIPTION- AT THI BMP ? faelory, SS7 Pearl street, Franklin aqura. All artlolne aoM at the lowest factory prices. Paint brushes of a iu MflM quality cooalaatlr on band. Msshtas brushes made to ordar. JOBS K. HOPPlC BY. HAUGHWOUT, 561 AND S6S BROADWAY, IK . vltrs the attention of the public to hb> elegant styles of bronzes clocks, statuary and ParltlM fancy good*, now open ing front ships Caarobert, Memphis and Francis A. Palmer. English cutlery and file warehouse.? HARGRKaVRS, SMITH A DICKINSON, 26 Cliff street, New York. HARGRKAVRS, PMlt'H A CO., Pbeflle d England. Our facilities In Bheflie'd give us deilded advantages whloh we offer to the trade. Warranted C. g. file*, tools and niri, with e very variety of cutlery la stock, Orders from Sheffield' at lowest rates. f IQllD GLUR? A NEW AND VRRY SUPERIOR ARTI Li e'e; warranted not to evspcrate or soar; always ready for use and admirably suited to the wants of every household. Manufactured and for sale by LROORTT A MARCUS, 1M Pesrl stieet. New York. MA DA MR FARNSWORTH. FRENCH DRESSMAKER, Importer of tashlom audfdeslgner of ladle t' osmmes, 3(6 Broedeey. Tattle Buldlng. opposite App'eton's, will open her spring Importation of fa> hlona for ladles' dresses, robe*, capes, mantilla*, sleeves. Ac., on Wednesday. April 2, 1836. The attention of the trade reipectfn'1 v solicited. Magnetic strdp.-city and county of phila delpfala. m.?l waa afflicted with dyspepsia, so muoh so aa to be unable lo attend to my business. I became muoh de bilitated tor about seven years, which produced a nervous debility, to that I could hardly walk. I am nosr restored to bealtn by Dr. Watt's magnetic sirup, and I am w?ll eon vtaoed no other medicine would have produced the same efl feet, having tried ever> thing that was goisg. .without any adi vantage to my disease. Joan C. Klakrotr, No. 93 North Tenth street. Sworn and subscribed to hefoie me? Josl ilooi, Alderman. 1 houeanda of cases like tne above have been cured In Phtla delc!> a by the magnetic sugarand syi up. New York offlne MS Broaawajyi^stslrs. Sugar, SO cents ajpaok. Hours from It OIL.? BOILED OIL. 76 CENTS A GALLON; BUILDING root and fence oil, SO cents a gallon; bleaihed boiled otL for purely white, 11 per gallon; oil varnish, tor ohina gioML Rising sun yillage.-my wife was very ba? with rheumatism, laid np with the most violent pains, and one bottle of Dr. WATTS' magnetic syrup oared her perfectly.? M K. Kbtkkb. The magnetic syrup ran be pro cured at 546 Broadway, np stairs. |l a bottle. Something nrw.-$i to for making a sttmss bonnet Ladles will And it to their advantage to fttrnlah their own materials. Particular attention paid to mourning bonnets Parties walUd npnn at their residences. All letter*, attended >o. Merchants and mil Iners can have pattern boo rets made tip at the shortest notice. Leghorns done no in th> latest styles. Mrs RRIQGS, no. 86 Rest Thirty second strati, near Islington avenue. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS.? MARBLE MANTRLR tor sa'e cheap.- In coaaequenoe of the dissolution of oo cartnerrhip between Learr A iHmoad. to taka place on th? first day of M*y, the eitenslve stock of marble mantels in their warercom. 1H2 Fast T went* -third street, will be sold cheap, for cssb.lt applied tor Immediately. LRARY I DIMOND, 183 East Twenty. third street, between First and Seoond avenues. rHOUSRKKRPRRS ? PARTI KB ABOUT RRNOTA tlng their parlors, and wishing to have their nettings and cot tapes repaired, whitened, and saa^e equal ?e new, without injuring the work, as t* usually the caae, can be aoeomtne oated"satlifactort y by applvlag to JOHN GARNER, practi cal plasterer. Reference - H. Sinclair A Go , ornament* M. pias ter* r?, 66 Fast Thirteenth street, whore orders can bo left. -TTMBGNESI ELECTRO CHEMICAL BATHS.? FRO*, V V erinae, the dikooeoror of the proeese tor oalrnoMafl san tals from tJhebnaMus body, is at 710 Broadwa not only esM aet metstte modlstpee fhwa *o has are peculiarly aMeaatoaa hi rsttsvtag those ? rhensaatMtn, goM, neuralfle patna. wsskness, t at the llmbe, As. The Pi ufcssor hhnsetf jtras a'tsnUnn to patients. Spootal MHHI eipliired U> dslrta. at 7W Btoalsfrv. WM. 9. MACKERliL, M ALU ABLE * GRAY I ROW *' fnandry; bisk nestings made to order. Arahens avesa*. aeer Frcat street, WilMaawberg, h, I.