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HAXiKH AT AUCTION. A LBKBT H. NICOLA Y, ~ AirOTIONKHitT? P*WTI Vg XI Nil r of -?7 v?IT valoabie lot* and goris on HWth, IIuJl rr i't llfctli, 119th. 120.1, 121* and 123d street* aud Tairk a 'id L? ?veiiu?? at.d avenue A, Harlem a-, a la Hbtakon street. New York ? ALBERT H. K Y wlli *?1L at auction, in Wednesday, April 16, IMG, ? 12 o'clock at 'he Merchants' Kx chsuge. New York, w thout reeerve U> the Highest buMer me above named prcjiejly, for pertlculKT* ot which .ye advurusr tnents in Cwrijr a- d Enquirer and > veofug Post Terms Wryuwra. GO per < ?nt 01 tli? pun-.hAKe money r.$> a remnu w bond aiid mortgage for ibree years, at 7 per c,Dt tl), title la unquestionable. 8a.e positive, without reserra. Kir fur ther pariUMla:-] apply to . ALBERT ?. NI^OLAY, Auctioneer, ? W? 4 Broad street, N. Y. ~A C. Tnm.F. AUCTIONEER.- ~ JX. Otalii# talcs of eleirant llrst class oabtoet f'arnituie, twiing be ance of utmof K?.n MctJraw 4 ui:?udorph.-v Sk^vnh iifTi ' a"clk,n ? '*> Weimosdav, ltita and raurs f1"^ e?" day. ai the old e?Ut ditaed **re HutetfkJki ? ^llendorph, -US Broadway ike balauro o f ?i?jralyabl? rtoek of superior cabinet furniture, oompiiiinK rosewood, mahogany, >-?k aud black walnut, parlor, bt'T nomry ao<3 ruxn furniture, enamelled chamber buiM? 1*? ' ?*<"rY arttelein tie line necessary to the ooinple'e .' !? "?tt bouse. As regards the quail it nothing neut be y**' ** " ?* "? l known that this Is one of the oldest firm* la ?>? trade, aod fur snbatan'iai and elegant work stands secind r? "f" in*be ?'ltr. As they have mad** uoslttve arrajigimeala .Hi!? A. nl 'he btulnese "ii 'he 1st May. every article will ba ?ola without reservation and warrant id lr every roeoec, tbua ordinggteat inducements to those lmecdtng 'o furnUb thu W^T00- . Cat nog ues rearivon the morning of sale. Terms ? ?ioaths c*jii; over UOU, approved enooraed njtea at ta iir M. CKJHTALAR. AUCTI(7NKI?K 23 HOWKRY, HA ? vun reoeutly en arged his sh iwroom up stairs, U now r*~/ to receive conai^nmenta ol firnlture. pianotortes. oil K? "rfS*! arv ?!00<li- clothing dlamords. watchee and jewelry, ?? whidi liberal a<l vancen will be made t > an unlimited amount. A. "'t'. alaj solicits outdoor sa'eH of furniture from families up . hnuk<'keepin*, or merchants wishing nolr stocks ?old either at Ibrir place ot buslress or bis sulesro im. Persons desuoua of proouriug the largest rotums for thair mercban olM, will do so by patronizing A M. C., and the advantage of ? niimert <is conrrxon ol fqumntanues who follow his sales **be speaks the lierman, Polish and Uusstan lauguaget. A NDBKW MOUNT, AUCfI<)NKKK. JV AucOeo >ot!ce.? WH.M?RI>Is?03 A MOUNT will sell on Wednesda?, April 16, IWCi, at tbnlr store No. 7S Broadway, urge and <parlal sale ot Krencii goods Uis entire balance or CM Importation of Mrasrs. L. A B. Ourtl* A Co., conslstlog of? MOOpUxea 1 color Paria printed barege, 1W) do 2 cjlors do. do do. 700 do. 2 colors Paris printed satin plaid do. 310 do. rich prLuted sal In plaid do. 4U) do. jacouaia and organdies, of the oelebrated printing ot K. Boter Qros Je?n. ..4 460 do. 1 co or Par i.? printed satin plaid crenadinta. 200 do. 2 c ilors Paris prluted sa in plaid grenades. SO do. very rich printed moussellne de sole. 100 do. Paiis printed challys. ?j||} do* ^colors Paris printed suln plaid robes a vo'snl. ?;*** ?"? ^colcrs Paris printed satin plaid mbes volant saline. ? 0 do. Paris printed organdy ro!ms a volant. U50 do. color ed satin plaid and a travers barege; together with a line of Bra/.ltiions, de laines, Ac. 150 pieces !n ncy pUid and jaape 'gros de Naples. ft" Bupor qualliy barru and jaspe poult de sole. 1(H) do. very rich Chine poult de lole. ICO do. blarkgrosdeKbioe, 24 to 36 inches, includlug some of suiter quality. 200 laocv pou I de sole robes a volant. 50 nui or qua ity black silk robes a volant satlne. ^o*?g0'hef with au aasortment ot plain r.nd ngured poult de Also, A line Mne ot Dl?ln black and colored Cashmere, printed MksuiLere and Stella bhawla. Also, A line or square aud long Vienna broche shawls. Catalogue b uid samples on moruiag of the sale. A UCTIOn MrrtCK..? OKOOKbKY, Of.AMH ANI> OHf NA, A by J. S. n B AHLKTT, auctlocer, Tuesday, April 15, at 10 o'clock, at 2BI Pearl street lwge asurtment all kinds w g. blue aad common ware, cut and jirfsod glass, all kintls; decora ted chlra nmei, Ac.. In lots from the s. -elves to suit dealers. Bale poBlilve and go ids well packed far shining. AUOIION NOTIOK. ? B aLB OP OROOKKBY, ?? glus. china and fancy goods, by WM V?. SfllKLKY, on Wednesday, A^ril 1C, at 10 o'clock, at No. 183 Third avenue, cesr Kifteealh s'-eet, a ->:<xk worthy ihc attendance ol retailers. AOCTION NOTICK,? H. W1LHOW. A0Orio"N?BR7oF flee MS Broadway, will cell on Wednesday. April 16, at 10>i o'olock, by catalogue, at 5l> Lispenurd street, near Broad way, the whole of the furniture therein, which Ij to be sold without ?ny reserve, In eonsequer.ee of the family relinquish ing housekeeping, consisting of excellent Brussels and Ingrain carpets, rosewood parlor suit, maroJe top rosewood centre and eofa table**, oil paintings, mirrors, card tables, bureaus, maho gany cuthlowd chairs, rockers *otas, mahogany Frenih bed aleads, single black walnut bedsteadj cots, hair mattresses, bolsters and pillows, waehstands, toilet se t, clocks, oilcloths, rosewood pianoforte, stool and cover, Brussels stair carpet, stair rods, window curtains, iron hall stand, elegant painted chamber suit, ctina vases, Ac . Ac. & cash deposit required rom every purchaser. Sale positive. Auction notice.- d. kouou. auctionrbr. wili* sell, lo morrow ( Hiursday), 10th Inst., at 10 o'clock, al'itbe aoqtenls oi the private dwei mg No. Si Warren street, near the Hudson ilvar railroad depot. The furnUure of tats bc^nse especially resommends lteelfto thee parties who, in rerun tailing villi to combine well made artioles. In good con 1 *' *,K5Uo:' Price*. A Jpart lis? of eoatenU U an Dexed, cot a piece or which is mUniied. Parlor?.? Oue mrjat m^ulilcaoiievan octave romiwood piano, y?*?, g'w?atee; two eHeilent solid frame rjsewood ?ulta, to oolored satin and bncatel; one ee/tant rotewoid e e gere, Kngu>o velvet and Azminster carpets, *>everal rose wood statuary marole top tables, of very beautiful styles; heavy ?oe curtains, shades, Ac.; Hevrej porcelain vases, bisque aud Parian onanienU, beauKfully painted winter scenes, land ?capes, fnilt pieoes. marine views, Ac.; pier and oval glasses, with s abs aon braekeU; also, In the parlors will be sold tbe sterling English hlieflleld plate, cousutiug of services of plain and embossed, caatera salvers, mugs, pitchers, lorks, spaous. Ac.; pamted waiters, Ac. F ' Dlang aad Sitting Room ? Blegrnt tapestry Rrutsels car peting magnificent cblna dinner set. do. tea gets; maboraor evtensios table. co?t HOrt; mahogany d nlac and ii \ taDles U^neito cases, tire vnne tumblert. goSiets.cut glassware, m ir bie pitchers c ocks. mahogany aorss, chairs, rockers, Ac.; de oanters, en' sal's, common crockery. Bedrooms ?Ore most elegant rosewood plate glass armoire, Oust *160 massive mahogany wardrobe, lined wits cedar throughout; onlendtl tapestry Brussels and ingrain ctrpetln"; rosewood mahogany and walaut bedsteadt, wits dressing bu reaus aod wa-listand^ to matoh: p 'ire hair maUretses coun lerpaaee sneen, pictures, pluow ctwes, clocks, gilt mirrors. Ac. Bale wl 1 cjmmeice at 10, in Uie parlors. AUCTI"f!f . WOTICK.-M- nOUGHTY, AUCTIONEER, ? <l*-v' o'c'osk, at the auction rootns, ??i and 29 1 holb street, the entire lot nHure, Ac , of a family, "-''Ci'Dt bru^feU tr.ne?try. and Wilton caniets, sofis and sola bed'te*dj; easy parlor and rocking chairs; French and lOUage Mds'.eads; dret-slng and plain bureau1., waahitands uardroLe*. oil p?iutia*? and ecgravitigs; oilcloths, lounges' mirror*, cltwkh lace and broc?t?l window curtains; one maho' irany pianf.iorte stool, A i., witb leather beds hair and spring maltrtt?,e-: oak aud walnut dining ami extension tables crociery, Ac. Abctior Konot-A. c Turrwc, auctionkbr, will sell ou fuday, April lit. at 11 a. M., at 119 Grand ?creet, tort.er of Broadway, the contents of ?aid stable, c*n Misting of nor?e.i. carrLigeu, wagons, t-a-ners, saddles, Ac. also, ofllre and btable fixtures. 'Xhe whole to be itold wlthsut rfmerve. AOOliO* BELL. AUG riONKKR.? BY tbl" daT- at 10} i o'clock, in tbe sales rooms, 12 ^orti i William street, will he con:lnu?d the sale of InrTJ.'urr from Ninth ntreet; slso, crockery, cnlna and flaws ware; a lOt. t cbt'dren's clothes, a lot ot seebnd hind wearing *P^rel, Panama hau, mocking airda, plc;uret, trunks, Ac. WT! & d?,', *J.lr r'c,nck* by virtue ol a mortgage, will be sold iw. No. 2R9 oast k ouryecntb ;,treet, near avenue B. the stock. Jxturea and go^d will of tbe lease of a family grocery. If agreeab.e, will be sold In ore lot. The show cases, drawers, o mnte rs, casks kegs sealer, oil cans, Ac., are nearly new Po?ea:-!cn itbinedistely. 1 A BR^ ^UCriONRER.? BY BELL A BU8H. Tbuisdsv. at 10? o'clock, will sell Without reset ve the excellent furr iture uf a family, nontaiued \a the mo-em thiee sloiy ai.d basement house. 182 West Tweuty fecoud stre?", near ElKhth avenne, comprising kitchen atensi s, ba?e>r?at. bedrooms, ball and oarlsr arringemeuta carpets, oil cloth, valuable paintings silver and p ate^ ware, chlpa, cm glss.-, and all the usual excellent articles for a gen teel family. In good order. CCrilN NOTICK ? THOR. B iti,L Al CTIONKER.? BY HkLXi A Bl HH, 'flmrtday, at oan o'elo:k, we wl'l sell ?t ifi and i . Cltitham street, as slready advertised, by order of sssigt ee, all tbe r'gbt. tltie and interest of Wm. tk bu lsr in ^ork Demokiat," on ? day of April, Inst., together with Sundays srd weekl' s of said establishmeat; also, the sub wrlpuon lists, books and back numbers of said papers. Also office lurnltroe. Ac. ' Auction notiok -j. bouap.t, auctiomeer.-hy 8. I'ogart, tiis day, at 10^ o'clock, ai the auciioa r.joms. corner of 1 rankfort aod William ktrce'Ji, oonslable's sale of pianos, Ac.? (He rosewood pianoloite, one mahogany do set nonaeboldiurniture, pain lugs, mirrors, Ac. Wl UUM THOMPSON, Constable. AUCTION NOTICE,? J. BOO ART. AnOTIONKEK? BY 8. Bog art. this day. at 10)i o'clock, at the auc Ion rooms corner ot !? ranklort and William p'.reeu, shenll 's sale -60 tnbs Gutter, lot (beese, tea, segais. Ac. UCTION NOTICE.? JOHN J. TaLlMaW. Auc tioneer, wilt sell on Friday, April 1H, at 10Vi o'clock. A -* - tb* enUre slock of a grocery store corner of Prince land Ureene streets, consisting of a general assortment of groceries *insa, Jlquora, segara, teaa. sugars, coflee, oil cans, wins ca?ks. couate r bar lixtures, and well worthy the attention of grocers aad the trade in genera! Auction sale of horses mules, carts, waoonh harness, Ac,, on Friday, at 10 o'clock, in Twenty-fourth ^ireet, between Sixth and Snventh avenues; 20 borne* 2 paulea, 10 dirt carta. 10 trucks, large wagons, 17 se!s of cart tarnees, set) ot double harue is, Ac. A good opportunity for those having heavy work to supply themselves. BY JOSEPH IJf7g*M AN, AUCTION K KB.? IH UKSD A Y. *' 5 ?'0,0::k A- M- precisely, at No. 91 8tate, be r iween < Union aod Henry streetR. parlor, chamber and kitchen lurnlture. Immed'ately after the above, at ajoot 10 o'slock .A. M. at IVo. 64 Harrison, betweei Henry and Clinton streets, walnut and mahogany parlor aod chamber turnilnre, oak dtn ng room lurnlture. with Brussels and inirraln carpets, oil cloths, large ball stove, feather beds, mattresses, cutler?, china, g'aw and kitchen furniture, a ! new In October last. ImmedlauU after the above, at 1 o'clock P. M.. at No. U2 Bergen, corner of Hoy t street, parlor, chamber and kitchen furniture. Immediately after ih i above at about 3t; o'clock P. M? at No 218 LMngston, between Bond stieetiud Manow place, psrlcr. chamber aod kitchen furniture. BHMT EDWaBWROHENCK, a I CTIONKKK. KI) wari> Sohenck will sell at auctioa on Thurs<lay. 17th Inst at 10', o'clock, at his salesroom, 16 Wall street, to the trade and *hers. special sale of wines, brandies, sardines, teas and genuine Havana sej ars, Ac , vlz:-611 cises Cognai and Lon don dock brand lee, pale and dark, different brands and v In ia?es; Madeiras. Dale, brown and golden sherries. London ports, pure julee. Ac.; ?19 cases St. Juiieo clarets, in bond. or dntv paid; (17 baskets Cbas Heidsieck champsune, quarts and pints, to bord; a'so, genuine sparkling Catawba, quarts and pints; Jamaica rum. Scotch, Irish, and Monongabela whla <eys. In esses and dem'johns; Holland gin. in original juga ^Jonniee A Martin's sardines, in whole and half boxes. Cnguau ??d Rochelle brandlea. In eighth casks. Alio, 320,000 genuine Havana and German segars. BY J^WAHr) SOHEMCK, AUCTION* ICB ? KDWAl Q SOHENOK will seil at auction, this dav, at ouc w2N?*t..hi*. "f ?;room 1# Wail street, a brown paetog h1*^' ??v?n 7"*" old. warranted pertectir l!? ^!l . ,n t" harness aad under the saddle; h^hTil!?. i'"CPMn fl0- A1*?' * b*J ?*olng horse, 14 hinds high, kind and venUe, warranied to pace in 2:40, AITOTIONKBR. WILL SELL OK.THURt I whtvionMh ??!?!! ' J ^ ? cork' J1 lh" dwelling, eerner o ? and aveone a. (tbe Serond and Vhird avef n^Tw.rt. nr . f ir". bonHihold furniture. omng the pmfierty of a family breaking up houfieiLeentnir and removing out of t?e city, contained In tlie abovTho isS aad made to order by one ot our best Broadway manu^m-cr. ard In perfect onier. Parlor furniture consistTlnpart ot mi * R irSl" lialr eloth; one rosowrxSpW torte, liaoon -v Kaven makers, seven ootaveiv. and in n?rf?pt order, cost WOO; easy arm and parlor "udri; efo^? marble too tablss, mirrors, oil paintings, sofa tables mTnU* ,n>sment* csadelabras, clocks. window curtains. uluSh^n chairs, parlor stovee . statuary. Upeslry, caroetinr Ao t^ Hall.? frgilsh oil cloth, hat stand, hall chairs rngs Ac it'ed rcom furelluro? consW.ng of mahogany bedsteads look ilJ g'nra. ward rones, spring ami hair mattrasses, cw-oe'inff t.rslrs, w??hs'ands, tables, engravings, Ac , Ac Dlnhur room --Msgiiilic1*nt china des.net t, dlsner and tea set* do - >ia te<l chlra, nch set-? of cut g'ass ware, rich extension dlnln* table, made b v Hobbe; dining nhairs and mahogauv rockers rich gill frame engravings, earpetleg, lable* clock lamps kr '? kogether with a large and rich as orfmen of kitchen furniture' In exceilen' order. Also, cne billiard trb'e Catalogues e\n he had at Ibe office of the auctioneer. 6fi Nasisu st. and at the boiite. No posipoD?n?nt on Of ^ie ne?'h$r( saubh at ABonon. B.^'K Af? Kl.i N, aOCTlOriallR.? BY""! 'XCSTT 'J UK A NICHOLB. ? Ibis ( WeCnesl/iv I morning M \ay, o'eli ck at t tJo^i uom ,7'J Naueau street, bet ??du Fult hi A id jha streeW. bale of ue *r anu second hu;il f'lrnltu-e, irusse.s, tapestry aud ingrain carpets, French plate mirrors, paiutt'igi Dlhtod ware. So ? teiutf the con auW u- a private dwe lt >14 bou-e. removed lor convenience of Mis Also, by order of mi; tgagea, the whole stick and Uxturef at a first ciata Uruvl w?v 1 i:?uurui<. oonsistteg or nurble Urn tables, c meters, French plato mirrors, oil pauitiuga, table cutlery , silver pfa'.ed ten sent, spoons, torka, pitchers, travn, goblets out giass wars, crorkery, i:aa fixtures, An Ac Also, several nieces ot Br s sels, tapestry and ingrain carpet*. oiici >thH aec-ond hand fur olture. *?' . and a general assortment ot cabinet mads tural ture, coni-iating ol rosewood and mahogany parljr suit* so.'iu, armchairs, rutkeja, c<mt'e, caul arid sofa '.'btes, library aid secietary ocotcaaw, elegerea, ascratary buroaus. b.'Js ' j?oU, dressing and plain bureaus aud vaihnUi is, ?vardro>es, enamelled and aoLd carved oak chamber Bulla, fancy go>ls. labia cut.ery, At#.. Ac Catalogue* on morning ot sate. The trade, hot,is*keppein and owaeiK of restaurants. Ac will find it to their Interest to attend tin* sale. IrUGKNK B FKANELIN, AUCTIOIKHR-BT KKAKK j UN A NIUUOLS.? Sale ot the while stock in trade and fixtures of the first clas* mstaurant, known as ths Rotanda > xt;hai)ge. No M Nasistt street, by order ot the assigueas anl mortgagee, 01 Fi iday nt'irmng. lMtb mat at Uk o'aiock. The sU.-ck consists ui part of several oil paintings of superior men'.; also, marble top tables, revolving aud other chairs, cut glass ware, chics and er ickery wire, cutlarv, putted casters trays, v. ine gobleta, uponcs aod forks, two largs range-1. st.'&i hot! en, steam table, oilcloth cwinle' and ovster i???nds, gas fix ture* and Ha lam ardor sale; also, the 'ease lor tbrjd years, from llrn' ol May. ot the premise#, which are v?rv desirable lor any kird ol bo'lors*. Catalogue* ihe day previous to the sale, and Koodsard premise* can be examined by calling oa the auc tioneer, No. 19 Nassau street. H. P. ALLEN, Attorney for mortgagee. W. D. 8TO0KKR, Assignee. ?1 colton, auctioneer -KICH BOSK WOO I) A?D ? m^hoiiany b uphold lurnlture, ol! paintings, auU<|ue turn ure ufibe sty la ofLouls XIV ; o'irlor suiui, rmh ''?roei and oUc.ofh.i. beds and bedding, china ware, gut fixtures, Ac.. Ac ? F. COLTON will sell wis day (Weine dav), April 16, at 111,1 j o'clock, at 608 Houston street, near Orneue . the entire fur nuureof the bouse, all pew within the last <nir. ocmpruung in partaevera' par'or sui'a, in French brocttH; rich cirpeU n.of various kinds: very fine oil gaiidlon, by old mas era; antique furniture In the style 01 LouU XIV.; velvet oover?d iitrni'.u e, marble top and collage do.. French and o'lier bedevil hair mattreH?es and frfither be<ls. all the linen and bedding of tha house, chlca and g'ass na-e. table cut.ery, dining era ex ea slim ubles, ^ooden and iron ware Ac . Ac Catalogue:* ready early 1 his morning Also all the gaa chacdeliers and tixiurea tlirotigbout the house. COLTON , AU< tToNKKR. ?LA ttGK SALE OK HOU3*| ? bold furniture, carpels, mirrors, glass ware, Ac.? F. Colioa will sell, to morrow (Ihuradaj), at 1 0K o'clock, at 21 <Tav street, near Greenwich all the furniture contained in the large tour story boarding bouse, in complete order, consisting of tola*, tete-a leies, ceLtre, side and caid tables; mahogany ard commode bedsteads, pal'tasies and hair mattrqpses, black walnut and mahogany dining ex'ension tables, mthogtny spring seat chati H, maple dt., dressing and other bureaus, one very fine bookcase and secretary, wardrobes, fancy tablet), mirrors, curtains, cornices shades Ac ; Brusses three ply and ingrain carpets, crockery, glass ware, cut:ery, Ac ; beds and bedding, oil paintings, engravings, mantel ornaments, Ac. All the above goods are in perfect order, and have been in u;e but a fliort time. Catalogues early on Wednesday morn ing. Sa> peremptory, aud a deposit required trotn all per suns unkcoivn to the auctioneer. CIKOROK ?.OOK, A DCI'iONKRR.? 1'Klt EMPTOR Y SALK I of elegant tunittai*. on Thursday, April 17. at U)^ s'c rick, at the ware rooms of A. I., Dohrmam. Ks<| , 656 Broad way, near Rend su-eet. embracing a large stock ot custom made parlor diningruom and bedrtiom furniture, of new and iaahicnnbie styles, superior hair and spring mattresses, bolsters aud pillows, pal iaises, softs, chairs, voecers, bureaus wash stands, oentr? tables, erten^on dining tab es, wardrobes, liooicase.a, corner stands, etegeres, Ac., making a very o rat pleie and elegant assortment which mus: positively be sold, without regajd to weather, and the gioda removed by the fol lowing cay, to give room for the new occupant ot fhe premise*. Cata'oguna at sale. Goors may be examined on the day previoi h. Storage furnished free until May. G. HOKTON. AUtrriONgKR-SALKSRlJOM, 84 OK X ? dar street ? will sell on Thursday, April 17. at 10 o'clock, at 52 Kedford street, corner of I<aroy, stock and fixture* of a grocery itore. GARDKN PLANTS AT AUCTION.? W. B. MoILLVAIN will sell, this day, at 10>a o'clock, at the seed store No. 7 .Joliu street, hardr. perpetual, moss and c i-nbing roses, car pat'.ous, honeysuckle*, vines verhenas dahlias, Ac , from P Henderson, .Jersey City. Descriptive catalogues. All p lints are ?o!d at private sale at auction gates. HEN R Y H. LKKDfi, AUCTIONEER, -H H. LRED8 A CO will tell, by auction, Tuesday, 1.1th , aid Wednesday, Itith Arril. Rt 7>.; o'clock each evening, at the Academy Galleries, 663 Uroadwav, (oppraita Bond sueet). Fine Arts -We bag to ancounce the sa^i by auction, on the above evenings, of an extensive and valuable coflActioo of high eiax.t pictures, the property of a gentleman going to Europe, and whioli we fear lessly pronounce superior to any o3?red at publls compe'itisn ftir a long series of )ean> Ui the city. Among tbem will be fourd a landscape by G W. Brown; one do. by W. Bart; a charming landscape, by Pidney Perry, of London; a grand landscape by 3oddingtoti; Donkey Racing, byG. A. Williams; together wl'h rare examples by Seram, Gerard Holt, Huys mau, Bergbaro, Storck, J F. Herring, Ac. The gallery to be open tor inspection on Wednesday, ths 14th Inst., by gaslight. Ladies and gentleman are respectfully invited to view this truly excellent assemblage of works at' art. Henry h. lkkdn, auctioneer.- henry b. lkeds A CO. wiU sell by auction, on Wednesday, April 16, at o'clock, at 44 West Thirty second street, near Broadway, elegant household furniture, the propertv or a gentleman leaving ibe city, all made to order hut fall, consisting ot carved rosewood parlor suit, covered with oran&ie French satin da Back; lace curtains, marble top centre tables, velvet caroeu, mxting under do . sin portable, marble top; large mantel glasses, superb upright pianoforte, imported trom I.oudon. made by liroadwood A I.ong; rosewood music rack, an lagaat inlaid guitar, lancy chairs, covered throe cilors si iirocatsl ormolu chandeliers, clocks, bronzes, a line guit* ?. c snsioa dimog taole, noucb, bullet, oil paintings ana engravings book case scd secretary, worsted damask cur tains, glassware, oeau tiful Japanese dinner sa s. china tea sets, Brussels carpets, (Veasirg bureaus, superb French mahoganv wardrobe, with drav. em and closets; soring mattrosses. hair do , French bed steads. csnuoy drab damask curtains and ch?irs. couches, ca binets. iron bedsteads. Canton blankets, three ply oarpeu. oil cloths, ivory handle knives, mounted with silver; one of Dun can A Weil's superior pa'ent mangle*, entirely new; and other articles. Can be s* 9n a day belore. Henry h. lkkps. auctionerr. ? hhnry h. lekds A CO will sell by amnion on Wedne-day. April 16, at 10, "-a o'clonk, at No. 9U West Fourt?enih street, elegant house lio'd furniture, all the lot niture in the above mansion, mule (3 older by Hutchins. nearly new, oonsls'iagof sui sof rich carved rosewooa parlor furnltn-e, covered in blue and gold silk c.Riraf k ; do blue and while; e eg ant and costly blue and white si k ar.d rrocalel window cnitains, lace do., rlohiy c irved pier glasses, and corsloes to malch; oarved ro*ewood enueres, plHts g'sss, lined satin wood, superb vases, Urge Parian figures and flower baskets, formerly exhibited in the Crystal Palace; e.egant ormola cloek, cauielebras, real bronze, carved centre tables abrut twruty valuable paintings among them are two ?ruit and flower pieces, l>y the celebrated artists Koeiea, Ver net and others; ore iarae picture (ruins) worth $1,000; two oval pier glasret, ri?h guilt consela tables, marilfl tops; crim sou atd maroon curtains velvet carpttg, richly car veil card tables, two forming centre tables; ex<ension table, never u?ed; rosewood mu9ic case, plate glaw; sr/a table, marblstot; rose wood dlnlnK room suit, oovered ill crimson silk brocitet; beau tiful palmed vases, eostlv ormolu chandeliers, riuh glass aud china wsre, rorswosd bedroom farniture, bureaus, marble tops; bedsteads, mattresses, Ac.; wardrobes, marble top tables, Krumels^xets, delaine curtain*, rosewood, maboga nv and walnut Mwuire. ollcloh, Ac. Can be examined on tlie day bblora *0. Henry h i,K>.ns acctionfvr.-hknry ?. lbedi A Co will fell at auctiou on Wednetdsy. April 16. aud 1 hurrdav to the trade and others, at 10% o'clock each day, at the large store No 394 "roan way. larje and valuable stock of cbaudeixt s line cut glass vaaee, Ac., formerly belo igln* to Messrs. 1. Stovenal A Co , oonsistlng of a very extensive stock or gas chandeliers, brackets, mante. ornamsnts in brown and ormoiu, mechanical and catcel lamps rich Kreoch china din ner, tea aud dessert sets, breakfast and white china o' every deicrlpfion huis'iult and porre'aln vases, some of whi-h are large anu elegant; marble, brown and ormolu docks, candeta bras and canonies cf the la'eet Parisian styles, superb cut i;la>sof every kind lu large uuantiiies, engraved do., co'ored bccks at d wines. Bobemiit ware ot every description, large r ass and porceia.n punch bowl*, Chiaeae vases brown hat stand, umbrella do., browu tables, marole top*, tete a <ete sets. Havre* vases mounted iu ormolu, lamps, ooroelaia shMlee, and a lirge .insortmnut 01 other goods, all of which will be aold without aov i-esarve. 10 nose the c 'ncaru. Terms -All s"ins under 520O. cash without difount; over tbat amount n'rety dais for approved paper. Can be examined any day betore the >?'e. Henry h. i.rfls, auctionef.r.-hknry h. i.kkdh A Co will sail by anotton, on fbnt -day. Aurll 17. at 10% o'clock, at .S5 We'l Two ftb sfrae', between r'ifth anl Sixth ava uuea. liaBdsome household furniture, conalitlng ot tanestry Hriifsels carpets, tibe piargl iaRes. rich satin, damask crimson wirdowcurfalnti, laoe do., roaewood te'e a tetes, covered satin dama?k clmr* to uiattb, sofa, rosewood covered crimson plush new int chairs, embroidered antique chairs, clocks, brun/ea and other niactel crnameLU, parlor suit rosewood covered blue plu>b, rosewrid sewmg chairs covered blue satin damask, music cave*, plate g as* doors, centre table Kgjrptlat marb'e top, orn oln chsui'elier* , Ac., pianoforte, mahogany bedsteads, courli covered delaines, chain, crimson plush chairs in hair c.o'b, mantel itasllghte, cottage furniture, curtains worsted damask, roaewood bedsteads, cabinets, work stand and dress ing bureaus, sattreaaea and bedding, Ingrain carpets, black walnt.t bedsteads, white China dinner set. extension table, tea sets, glassware, plated do. : oilcloths, hat rack and kitchea uirni lue, with whioh the sale will commence. HI!. LERD8, AUl TIONKKR. ? H. H. LEEDS A CO. ? wld sell by auction, on Thursday, April 17, at 10^a o'clock, at the house 13 Hammond street, general household furniture, consisting of parlor furniture, mahogany carved so la*. divars. ottomans and obalrs. in hair cloth; mahogany cen tre and pier tables, piano, In excellent order and fine tone, by Tuti a A Hall; oil paintings, Brussels carpet*, clocks a?d man tel or nsments. niahouany secretary and bookcase Bedroom I n 'nllure. ingrain carpets, mahogany and hist h walnut bad ? stesds, bureaus, wasostanda enclosed, beds, mat* and bed ding, china, porcelain and glass ware, oilcloths, mats, n'ated ware. Ac. Also the kitchen lurnlture, with whisli the sale will commence. HENRY H. LKED8, AUCTIONEER.? HBNRY H. I, BEDS A Co. will sell at auction, on Tuesday, April IS, Wed nesday, 16th, aod Thursday, 17th, at 10 S o'clock, each dav, at the large stare 004 Broadway, to the trade and others, large aud valuable stock of chandeliers, (las* vans*, Ac., formerly belonging to Mies StouveueU, Ac. For turther particulars, see Evening Pott, Commercial. Courier aud Inquirer, aod Ex press. HBNRY H. LKHDH AUCTIONEER.? VALUABLE PRI vate collection of paintings. Ac . of a high class, well worthy the attention of person* forming collections.? HMINRY II. liEEDH A Co. will aell, on Thursday morning, 17th in*t., at 11 o'clock, at the house, (of an old resident, removing to the couniry). bo. 64 8t. Mark's place. Eighth street, a well selected collection ol o!d end modern paintings, many of them pur cliased in Kurope, years sgo, with great judgment and taste, Ot the moderns there are many flee specimens, painted to or der by the present owner from the studios of some ol our best American artist*. Of these are works by Oddle. Glgnoux, Hamilton, Hinckley of Boston, Kannemaas, the great marine painter; Armiieid. Ac. Among the old will be found a graad Holy Family, by Stella, a lovely plctnre, equal to anything in the nourlry, purchased with other* at the sale of Oardlnal Flench, eight years afro; also works by Vernet, Bouohar, Gainsborough, Wouvermans, lAasotirrato, Oanelletto, Ac. The elegant and wxitlv furniture will be sold 011 Friday, April 18, with a separate catalogue. Henry b. hbrts. jr. auctioneer-by ttmry H. HRRTS, Jr . office No. Sl? Pine street? Household furniture salsa at reaidence* of owners giving up heuaekeep Ing this spring. ?B. B. H. Jr. will give bis personal atleatm to sales ol furniture at prtvata residences, and solicits a con tinuance ot favors trom kls friends and all In need of his ser vices. Ail amounts will be rendered and nald In oarib the day after sale. References: -Hen. John McKeon, U. 8. District Attorney: Ja*. O. Willet, Esq., flheriti of city and eounty of New York; Fredk. L, Vulie, Esq.. Under Nherifl; Oharlee A. Baudoine, Esq., 470 Broadway; E. W. Hntchlngs, Esq., 4TS Broadway. Henry b. herts, jr., auctioneer, office wo. SK Plae street,? On Friday, April 18, at loii o'clock, at 10V* Bleecker street, ge?l?el household furniture, Fcencb plata Bier and oval mirrors, rosewood pianoforte, Ac. Henrv R. erts, Jr., will sell as above, the enflre oonlents of said four story house, c unprising roaewood pianoforte, French plate pier and oval mirrors, mahogany sotas, chairs. As.. In hair cloth. mahogany bureaus, wasustan'ls, centre and side tables, notts^e suits, oil pstnftngs, beda.brddtng, window shades, An.; also kitchen utensils, with which the sale will oommenoe. Termseash; a deposit required af all purchasers. JAMF.8 CUtlllNG. A UCTIONEKrt? OFFICE 2M BROAD way, will sell ou 'ihursday, 17>h irstsst, at i0V? o'clock A.M., I11 Eleventh avenue, betweon Forty sixth asd Forty reventh streets, the stock and fixtures Of a grocery and liquor Ht^re, consisting of ea* sugars, ?.loes. b-ardy, gin. segsrs, Ac , sugar and colfee mills, soaie* end weights, tea cailstera^ teer pump* rn>ks, couuiers acdniielvtpg, Ac< Wt 3alW soltvitcO Mi'i t riU'ptiy ?? Vouy?'.lk>, RALR8 AT AVOTIOW. n~"7NB f B. BKRWr^i. AUCTION EKR, OFrrOK~wT. DS !'um? stieet -Os Tburada/, ITtfa Aunt, u I0>; o'cioek Kb 111* Morn 15 I 1 1 MP: i, treat. corn er nt riuiTo k tfcj c lUinui tf h frrocer} mote, com r>ri?ng g^een ?ud bltu? teas, sagars. o.?f fce? >pu es, snaps c*i:4Ujo piokies. aaoliovies, wituee, 4<s.; a ao him Hiie, store tlxuires, tiorve. wvj'ta. haraeaa, A J oaik, In ix-akjkbie money JOHN L. VANDSWATKit, AUOTiONKn.lt.? JOHN L. VsoJe * aler will tell this tt?y, (Wejr.er.Uv,) apn. 16. at 1UJJ o'okck. at 416 Hrooau* su eel, elegant h>u-euoId furniture, being the property o< ft ? enUeman going to Kur top, ol?u'J fac tored oy ButchfcS, ouusisUig ol niah.igiiny parlor furniUro, en nute richiy ca*ved; eleg.mt French plate pier and mantel Kineses. ttruapels iapeeu-v, ctrpeU, ete^eru, marble top tables, Pianul'orte, lure window curtain*, c.oca, vuei minle'. orna ments, Ac. hir ing i uum Mahogany ei'-euion :ab e 'ex'-eadiny fourtcon feet ; d;i. dining chain, lounge*. boAcases, innrble top buQet, dinner, de>s?rt and lea tela, Ac. ttedruom furni ture iKahcgaiiy nam e top drftusin^ sureau.% do wuati?taads, niarlle Uip ceul.-e Ublrn, uiauogaay liedstewls, bur mil traces, feather beds, palliasses. mental ornaments, Ac., Ao. JcHN U TAHIWiTB, lPOTtO?W? inni u Vftodewaier will sell, to morrow, (Thursday.) April U, ail o'clock, ftt Uie salehroo-ns, 12 Ma?J.-u lac,e, standard rosns rf the t?n< at and sweetest varieties, adapted to our climate aod aU warranted true to came i-eVcted wita great ct-e, wiii.oit re gard to coat, by D. Boll. floruit. corner ?f Broad sray aod Fifti eth street. Also, a large variety of tree peonies. JOHN L VANUEWaTFR, AUCTIONKhR, WILL 8KLL on Thursday, Aprii 17. ele taut household fuiniture. at 1HK oelork, at No. 52 Bleeoger aire?l by order ol the exejutv ol John II W liittaker? Parlor furniture elbgant Knglish ta pestry carpels. rishly cat ved tone wood parlor suite, mads to order by A ei. ftoux consisting of large trie a teti aot'a oa vorattuHi chain, medal ioabftck araichur aod tour parhr do, cnvt'.-ed la purple piuaii, mag'iilicent carved roaawood etefB'B, inaOe t? order, and c:ia' t9.V); eiegaot slti tri-.ua pier giauaea, pier tali lea. ruaewnod 7 omave pianoforte, curved roaowiod centre lahleH, wf.h btntuary warble topx. Mamiti-eat gilt frame oil paintings, viz:? "Ine K reach I'aasaataad hla l>au<h ter," a atudv from nature by Horace Vernet Thi<i truly ut| uiflcent work of art w?? exhibited bv tin gre*t artlal 1q the gr' up called the "Reapera"? a painting ordered by Louis I'bilippe now to be am a In tni>) gi'lerte i ot tin Lou?re Th? study cr mode! *m aflerwarda bo-ight by C?'dln*l Pe*ch. tlm ii"Ceo< Napoleou the Great aid acnt to this Ciiuntr*. al'er tin sale of his rare ana precious collection, to -it $300 ''im Mexican Newa." from the o:igioai by WcodviUe, naiated by Oainier, and aaid to he far superior to the original "tdam aim fcve-'? wsiraute.1 to be anorigmal pMnttnc , by Van Batsn, the ce e stated master ot Van Dyes. Pining room -Oak exten sion table, extending 16 teat; oak dining chiirs, do. bullau oak fol'a in green plimh, vase*, matte: ornaments, paintings, Fn urli cbiua dinner aid tea -eta, rut g!asa ware, HruissU carpets. Ac. V.odrocma -Rosewood carved bedstead*, best curted hair mattresaea. palllsases Ac.; rosewood marble top d'ettmg bureaus, do. washjtandH; toi'st aets, chalra and loiiDRee. oil paintings, mantel ornfunecita, 30 <Uy olocks, Brtts HeU and three ply carpets, Ac , Ao. AS. M. MILLBR WILL BKLL. BY OKUI.S OP KXK en'ora of Joseph Parker, deceated, o?j Wednewlay. April Iti-h. IHfiC, at 12o'clock, ai the Mei-cbAu'a' Eiuhatxte tie mm a ion house and grounds, containing IM acres ot land, in the vi lage of Hilton, town of Rye, Westchester ooun'r, 1% miles fr jm the New Haven Railroad station at Bye. This property I h now occupied by the widow of the late J oeeph Parker, de ceased, containing a dwelling, nearly new , In good order, two story aod aide; two parlors, one dining room, one sitting room, 12 bedrsoms, rood cellar, kito'aee, large barn, Ao. ; in tull view ot Loug Island Sound, and near the famous Ktb Plats, favora blv known as a beautUul bathing p. ace and beach drive. The above property is well ca on ated tor a gentleman's revdeuoe, for a btuice?s uian In New York, or a ganteei seminary or bouding school. Possession on 1st day ot May, or sooner if required l OLlN RRDDINQ, AOOTIO.NEKB. WILL HKLL, THIS rf day. 16th Inst., at lo% o'clock A. H , at 1.102 Broadwty, the fo'lowing good<>, viz.: some leather beds a d bedding none splendid carpeting : also, tallies, chairs. As. 8a e peremptory, as tbe owner has to leave the city immtiiate'y. MW RAVTaUCTIONBRK ? APMlNtSrK aT'>RS' S vLK ? of pianos, lumber, tools, household furtulure, Ac., ou Thursday, April 17, at 10M o'clock, at K.1 Hnri.v street, two doors east of Broadway ? M. W RAT will sail aa above, by ordei-of tbe administrators of the late Robert Oienn, niano foHe manufacturer, the entire stock, comprisiog about :t0 naw and secondhand elevant rosewood pianos various slzas and most modern style; also the lumber, materials, tools, Ac.; also the entire housebo'd furniture, comprising carpets, tables, chat's, mirrors. Kolas, bureaus, bedsteads, washstinds, Ac ; air 1 1 a ieaae of four years of the preniiseH. Terms cash. Ue poiim ot W per cent requited at the lime ot sale. Tho sale will commence with the piano*. |AKLKY A WRIGHT. ABCTIONKKM, WILL NULL, * on Wednesdav, April 16. at 9 o'clock A. M.. at No. 136 I.awitoce elreet near Wl.lougbiy, Brooklyn, geuteei turnl tuie, mabogiiny oh >irs. solas, centre aud side ta les, Brussels and infra in carpels, bureaus, bedsteads, enamelled bedroom furniture, crockery, cblna, glass ware, Ac., Ac. O. IUJLKLBY ACCIIONBKB, OFPIOti 49 WALL ptreet ?Positive >a.e of elegant eltr made farniture. luursday. April 17, at 10 n'cl-wk. at No. 36 Ka?t Twenty-eighth atree ., the entire |furniture in toe above residence, consisting of Kagllth, Brunse^ acd three ply carpeU; bsauti'til muitei ornaments, damask and wbite lace curtains, one migniflnent r<>?ewood planolorte. spring seat mahogany chairs, walnut chairs, easy ehaire, Bijfas Ac ; beautUul iit.l edged china dinner deseert and tea seta, ore splendid double puted tea urn. and a quantity nt the best quality plaiedfand cut glaa> wore, mahe gany and walnut betistesds, bureaus, washstands, maureues. Bedding, Ac.; cne magnificent sasbftgan/ wardrebe baiUteai; also a general assortment of kitchen furniture. Catalogues an day of Hale. <\ HI I.KLBV, AHOTIONEK-R? BY JAMSR M. 8f ABK . - w iii sell, on Wednesday, April 16, at 12 o'clock, at the Met w Kxuhauge, y.Y., the t'lllowiug Williamsburg pmperti -Tbe lot fli iaod, 25(10U ou the nortaerly side ot jfu ,oi, tl feet west o* Marcy aviuua: also, tbe house and li i nnra bids of South Fifth eir^et, fifty fset we t of J<He' ?3i i.h itree . For noRpi and terms apoly t ? tbe auctioneer, 4tt Wall street, basement, Insurance Buildings, R. WILKifH, AUCTION KICK ? HANDSOMK HJOSE ? bold furniture at auetioi, Pbllip K. Wllkins will rell at Auc'iodod Wednemiay, Aprii 16, 1456 at 10K o'clock at Mo. 88 1 exington avenue, a peneml assortment of liandsome par k>r sud tied room fumiltire, velvet. Bruise ? and Ingrain carpets, oil clotlui, As. Oatalonues on morning ol ha h, PBlI.il' R. WILKINS AUGTIONSKR.-HOU8KHOLO furniture at auctiou. Philip ?. wt'kinH, will nei it anc ? fon. on Thursday ADril 1". lAVi at li)^ o'clock, a. 245 Wei Thnty first stre?i, a general assortment ot household furni ture, connistiug In part ot parlor furniture, in Sitlo.oMmar quetrie ItirnHure. of elegant design an.1 elaborate tinlxh: namt ings. by Hogsr h and Heplie; proof line au'l inezzotij'. engrav ings. For turther particulars see a listiou head in large papers. PUBLIC SALE AT4PHILAD&LPHIA-THOMAS A SONS, aucHocee' ... VALUAIILE IMPROVED COS I. LANDS IX SOHUKVKIU- COONTV, PA. In purauanee o'an order ol the Orphans' <?ourt of 8uiuf!kil' county, v/ ill be acid at public sa'e, ou Tuonday, Mav l;t, H'i;, at H (Vclrck in tbe eveuiDg, at the Phlladslnhut Exohaugs, bv order of James H. Oraetl. Clarence M. Fillt and P.ober: P. ?!'si+. executors of Wm Co't , ueoxased, !ati' of the boroiuh o;' Dsnvilie, Montour county, i'a . the iollowing described real efctate. viz:? Iblrtv euht full, equa' undivided, eight hurdre-l ard tenth ua:t? (the wbo'e iut > el<;li huodrrd SBd ten e jual parts to be divided) ol acd m ail tba'. certain tract or tract i of coal !?nd, situate on the head v/a'erscf Hwaiara rirer in the townships of Tremont sua Frai'ey.ln tba sa'd county ot f-chuyl ki' >, containing ta the whole 4,3Cd acres aid ?> pat ches and ai lov.Ki.ce with ibe app tr enance lai," the estate of '.he said de ce?fed. The above described lands are apart of the widely cele crated lands known as the Dona dson coal lands. th? ri:!s est aod most productive lu the count v of Schuylkill, and the interest proposed to be sold cotitsins about 214 acres neat mea sure, together with tae interest ot said de. eat-ed tn the improve nietitfi rn said 'ands- M'ddlecreek colliery, which has a cap* eiiy of p reducing l:t0 (100 tons of coal per annum; Morton's oo. llery, wlili a capacity of 80,000 tons per annum , S. 8. fcpangler A t o. 'a collier? yle dlpgfnm 20.000 to 40,000 tins ner annum. The Mit e Hill Railroau extends into the most available points en ibe iroperty. Tbe Rau-h ? reek brai ch of the Treniott a'nl Mount V agio Fal>oad is abou. being constructed along the wea?(rn brrders of ssid and*. Rai rinnts connect these lauds wuh both the Knsteic smi S'onUiem marke a. With the pre Frnt improvements aud facilities, fl00,i.'00 t ins ot coal cau be taknu nut per amiun. Conditions of sa e will be made known cn the dfiy cf sale By order of tbe Court, Joshua Be yer, Clerk O C. JAMiX H. OKAKFK, ) ROBERT F. CLARK f. Kxeculore. 0' aRKNOB II. FK1CK. ) M TitOM.tti A Sons, aoctioaeets, CT aud 69 South Fourth su Porrxvitxi:. Arrtl 12, 1858. ol SPLENDIB 8ECNND HAND FURNITURE -THE AT tenl ou of those toterested is respectfully soJclted to the superlrr facilities presented by the subscriber to nartiex who may have furniture of a rich and costly description to be sold, but wish bi retain the same lu use up to the 1st ol May. Kuoh furniture if Bent to our auction room, is generally so much in jured for 'he want of spat s to arrange I; properly for sale, that a great sacrifice is the Inevitable consequence. The Cen tral Sa'esrconis, forniet It occupied as a cliurah, areflt'ed ex prersly f>r tbe purpose, and toe arrangements are unequalled by any rooms in New York A eall at the ro^ma on anv regu lar sales day, (Friday.) will convince strangars that there is no better place to dispose of property or any kind at auction, ard none whore a larctr or more respectable audience can be gathered. As our buyeiq hwve confidence In our mode of doinK biuiness. aud buy for their own use chleflv, tbe prlcas realized are generally fsr more t!:an furr.i nre brokers are willing or able to give. We pay the ferriage on all furniture sent to iji from New York. .I08KPH HEOdMAN, auction eer. Central Salesrooms, corner of Willoughby and Pearl afreets. Brooklyn. OYLVE8TBR 8TOVF.R AUCTION BKR.?LABOK 8 ALU O of elegant and costly honvchoid furniture, rich velvet aud Wlltcn carpets, costlv French plate mantel and pier mirrors, rich stills of rosewood parlor furniture, rosewood pianoforte, vaiuable oil paintings, pearl and silver cutlery, Ac. At No. 87 West Twenty-aixlh street, near sixth avenue. 8. Stover will sell, this day, April Hi, at 10}? o'clock, the entire furniture of the above house, wblch Is of the be-t deacrlption, co? fiating of large and costly pier and mantel mirrors, superior roue wood pianoforte, eleesnt roeewood suits of parlor furni ture, in rich crimson and maroon brocade; one do., tn velvet; rosewood etcretary, bookcases; solid carved rosewood centre, sola and pier tables; large and costly rosewood etegeree, mar ble tops, with mirror doors and back; e'egantroaewood recep tion chairs, in i lob brocade and tapaatr'; rosewood corner eteeeree. with mirror back; rich lace window curtains and shades, bron/e and marble elocks, costly Sevres and Dresden vases, bron/e and parlor ornamenti. Ac., with a number of tine oil paintings. Diningroom and chamber f urniture ? l .legs.nt <>ak e? tension table, oak chairs, china dlnneraefs, rich gola band and decorated ch na tea and coflee sets, elegant ruby and crys tal cm glass ware, pearl and silver cutlery, cake basket i. cas lets, Ac.; elegant carved rosewood and mahogany bedsteads; do. bureaus and washstanils. with msrbie tops; oostly deco rated toilet s?ts, best bsir mattresses, feather beds and bedding, French oval mirrors, mahogany suits funtture In hairoioth, cottage and mahogany chairs, oilcloth, stair c irpets, An Silvester stovkr, auotionekr.? elbgant and richly carved foreword plauotorte will be sold at auction this day (Wednesday), at the private residence k'hi West Twenty sixth street, near Seventh avenue, tor cash, to the high est bidder, at 12 o'clock, noon. Rich aud brilliant tone, with all piano improvements. O ROARS AT AUCTION.? O. CHRKK8, 31 BROADWAY, O upstairs, has several large invoices ot Havana, domestic sad German segars, which mus'. be told to pay advances. Bargains can be had beiore the first o May, at private sale. After that date what remaini will be closed out at auction. SHKBIFf'B 8 A LB. ?THOMAS VRITOB, AUOTIONRER, store No. 1? Spruce street. ? Sheriff's and mortgage sale of Uieolog'cal, historical and standard works, on Toursday, April 17, 18M, at tbe Bible Honse, ia Eighth street, consisting of theological and s tarda rd works, stationery of every descrip tion, books, blank books, Ac.; also splenlid fixtures, Ac. H. GROMRIR. Deputy Sheriff. SHRRIFF'B SALS.? A. M. CRIST ALAB, AUCTIONEER salearoom 23 Bowery, wi'l sell on Modday, April 14, at lt)1^ o'clock, at A3 Cortlandt st . Uie stock and fixtures of a whole ?ale and retail oil establishment, consisting of about ti.OtIO gal Ions of lubrioating, sperm, whale end lard oil, together with tin cans, vats, measures, casks, and vari ms other articles in the line- To the trade (who are respectfully Invited) this is a chance seldom to be met srith. By order of JAMES 0. WILLCT. Sheriff. Ths shove sale la postponed until Thursday, 17th iast. SHERIFF'S BALE.? A. M. CRIST ALAR, AUCTIONEER, '.?3 Bowery, will sell on Friday, 18th lastant. al l0Ki o'clock. In his showroom, up stalra, two splendid square and round cornered pianofcrtea, from the celebrated manufactory ofMeesrs. Lankata A Marchell, remarkable for their Bril liancy ol tone and fluixh, together with two dozen fine finished mahrgany chairs, two do. do. fete a teles, two small do , three rockrra, three easy chairs, covered with brocatel; two do. work tables, two foot stools, covered with crimson velvet; one large rosewood bookcase, one do., small; three msrbie top bureaus, one splendid rosewood bedstead, two large French plate mirrors, gi t frame; oil puintings, Brussels carpet, da maak window curtains, Ac, By ardarot JAMKK 0. WILLET, Hlierlfr. TO UUILDRRS AND OTHKRH,? JOHN W. SOMSRIN DY K K. auctioneer, sriU sell, ibis nay, al tke salesi oo n, JO North William str?et. at 12 o'clock M.. tke three st^u v an 1 ailic brirk bouse, with slaie roof, situated at No 18 James s<r >et, .* ^ bo r9taon;^?a >,?Wwitq' s^si? HM.KH AT AUCTION. TUM* MORK1.L.L, AUCTION K4R? AT TMH BtLan room Hi > wfieu "r?ei. ? Thu (Wednesday) morning, ?. 10>? o'clock, hy c?' tlo* .e. an extensive stock of tio* ahold arU ola?, M* ID<1 ??'<?? joJ baud. including velvet mwl liiunt* car peting, parlnr aud chamber dure . aod angle article dining loooa f (tension ifcolen, Ajj., library bookcase and clrnrs. nit hcgasy soias tale a leu*, easy anl rocking cna'.rs h?a bed turn"*. ImmffM, idling battles, bi.ver p amd noooas, ov?l a.ii square o<l pkuiutij;'. mirrors bronze beds'-nads oocntiiig house desk*. music an i oilier taooy work, second band p?-u> for>e, imilai'oo lose wi od and blact wa.r.ut coi'.?<? bedjie-ds, lia.r mattresse*. feather fieds, Ac , rosewjol Uorajy book cases; euam<i'l?d ch*ii.t?ei hii-oa. in ?>.-?:? tjpa. Uettiar i wm tins mo unequal, >4 charce to ay in stock. THOfl. VS1I0H ArOTlONEKR? STORS. 16 SPRU3E street Large Hair of hoarding house fuin.ture, Ac., on Wednetday, April lu, YUm, a: 'u .1 M , at >o 24 How try cm sisttrg of a gener*. ?&>>rtmeut oi furniture. beds, beidstu;, btdj'rada, wasfcaUads, SBreaua, carpet-. chair*, ?tuattta?. quilts, sheets. An. A'so. crook ery tin aud ironware. Ac. Ao Thomas haeuy. auctioneer, 39 oentre striut, wti. attend to -p.-lng furniture sales oo reaaanabUi tarmt, ?nd seule rei'. dav Am a fair a^ab price will be paid to thoee who dialiko the iioublo o? &u auajU'hl. TK'IMAh HEI.:., AUCTION k.KR ?WTLL BB 83LD AT auntlcn the enure *oci of d ry good* and fancy good] contained in the elective drj g vain s-.ore I t.'. Rpring street, near Broadway comniauchu thumoruing, a'. 10 o'clock. an.t wii: continue U . ait it deponed ot. THO-S. BYBNE. Alton'. TV' H. MH LLOR AUl.'TIOflXRR? BY HOUGHTON A TT ? MKLLOB? Tfevgdty, iWedtiesda/ J at 10J? o'clook? Qeoteel househod furniture cooiamrd la da o!iing house 56 Bieecker street, nearMulberrv vt/ Brusse a three pit and lrfrain carpxta, planotort*, rirn mirror*, uar.or aulta ro?e wood aud mahogany centre and pier lab'ea. gax riiaadellirs through the bottne, ti^ucliah olicloth. ued'ooot tunuturii In tour teen rooms, hair mattreaaea, leather beda, mab<>(any and wai no', chamber ftuniiure, Bru*??ia atair carpaU, rich cloaks, paintlcgr, ennarlo*s 4< Ac. . toijethar vriib the oaual vaiiety oi k'tcbeo ana klMBMkl tamlture W8. MKU.OB, AUUTIOHKKB.- BY BOUOHTON A ? MKlLOB. ? To aviruw, 'X'humday, at 10'j o'c.ook. at U3 >a8axu alreet. mt>rm?gi: sale i?! atlver plated ware, vU : ? 2S0 dozen aeav> sliver plated tea and deatert tort a a"d ijoonj, 40 heavy plated cu' bot lp otatera, U |iMur atanda, with rliti en graved bottlea; golld allver toa-t rack*. l-? richly rhusd tea at d oollee aei?. ot Uie attat au l moat taahionab'a style*. The wbol* for r.haolute salA by order ot moriagagee. Soil lu lot* to suit the trade aud hotel keepers. Twenty rosewood and mahogany pianoforte?, new and aesoed hand, ot the following nakeni-Orovestein. Van Winkle, Barmore, Thome, Liade man and others The wh>le for ahw inte |aale to par ad vances, and worthy the attention of city aud country trade. Ijrr 8. HKtXOll, AUCTION KRR? BY H0U03T0N A n . MM.WR. To nmirow (Tburaday), at 1U>3 o'clock, at Uie salesroom. US Nassau street, elejaat cabinet turnlture, 20 rosewood and mahogany pianofortes, French plate mantel and piM- mirrors, 90 oil paintiugs. hair raattreisei, china dmoer sets, silver and stiver plated tea*s?u, 'orka and sjooqi, Au. B. AM. will sell as above to pay advance* and close consign ments. a large variety o' ibe a>ove named goods, to wbloh we invite the city and couatry trade, as every lot ollered will p wi Uvelv be sold without reaerve. Oa'slogaea read' on morning of sale Parlor t urnlture ?Solid rosewood an I n; ah iK*n r sutta, covered in biocede, satin pbish, balr cloth and delaine; solid rosewood, mahogany and wataut centre, pier and side tab<es. etegeres, Ac ; chamber furniture in great variety, saild rcsewood, oak, mahngasy, wainat and fnamnlled suiti to match, plain anil with marble tops: hair mattresses, Ac.; libra ry ana eecielary bookcasos, of line desks; paintings will conal.it of Ml in rich frames: mirrors of the first quality, viz: mantel, pier acd oval, suitable for city trade. Also a large lot of se oood hand furniture, with which the sa'.e will commence. XUIIAIAM IBVINO, AUCTIONEBR.? R08K5 AND v* fruit trees, trora the nursery ol . I . B. Mantel. William Irving A Co will sell at auction, on Wednesday, April 16, at U'-M o clonk, at Uie sa'.es-ornia. No 8 I'lne street? Standard and dwarf roiea on their o?u roola, of the neweai aud tiaeat kinds, well adapted to the climate, aeleoted by Mr. S. B. Man tel during his lale visit to Europe, without regard to cost. A. large and trie collection of hardy grade vines, pear, auplec ot, cherry and apple freea, currant bushes, ver large fruit, unite new and very coat y. All the above rosea and fruit trees are la perfect order, having been packel under Mr. Mantel's itnme diateRupercialoo while Id France, and came with him In tn/i steamer lstelv arnvetl from Ila-'re, an<t are nswiuUianttraery, Astoria. Catalogues on the mottling of aa!e. I*/ It WITTERS, AUCTIONEFR-WILIi SELL, OK VV Wednetday. at \0ht o'clock, at 137 Canal slreei., a Urge and desirable assortment oi houaeho'd turnlture, sofas, chairs, tableK, centra, (balng and tea tablss; mirrors, paintings, win dow curtains, elegant velvet, tapestry and other carpet*; oil claib?, mahogany and other bedsteads, hair and other mattress es, beat and liedding. dressing bureaus, waslistands, toilet sett, dining room acd kitchen furniture, Ac. Friday, at 172 Spiing street, the entire furniture of the house. Tl/M. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER. WIU, SELL ON FrT v Y diy, at lO1^ olclock, at 172 Spring street, ail the trentse' parlor, chamber and kitchen turnl'.ure, Ac , In the above house: French plata pier glaww, a' abs and brackets: tapeitrr and three-ply carpe's, oilc'otbs, glass cbundeliera aud b unl ets, centra tablen, curtains, f'reucb and cittage bedste-uls, hair and other mattresses, beds and bedding, dressing bu reaus. waahatauds, Ac. ; dining rooaa and kitchen furni ture, Ac, WX. WITIfcRS, AUCTIONEPR, WILL SKLT> ON Thursday, at 10>i r,'olock. at 165 Church street tha fur r.lture In the bouse, comprising sofas, chairs, tables, centre tables, three-ply and lugraln carpets, oilcloths, mahogany aid other bedsteads, liair and other mattresses, bedding, dressing bureaus, warhslands, dining and kitchen furniture, Ac. WC. ALBURTUS, AUCTIONEER ?WILL SELL, ON ? Wednesday, April 16, at i0)? o'clock, corner of fHloka and Atlantic si ivseta, South Brooklyn, the stock and iix'.ures of a gts fitter plumber and locksmith's store, consisting o! turn ing lathe, patterns of every description, tools, machinery, Ac. KDMKSDAY, APRIL 16~lT;J A. M.-AUCTION NO. ti"e ? RICaRD BRaPi.KT, auctioneer.? Sale of paiuts, glass, brushes, colors, acd fix'ure* genarallv, with three show ca^eo; also en aaaortment of mus'caMuairuments violoncello, guitars, flutes, Ac., oh premliei 60 Main street. Brooklyn. FINANCIAl.. $999,500 Om JawitLar, Diamonds, Au., On UicBCKAjiiasa, Seuars, Ac. Pawkbhoklks' Tick its Bodom. J. MACPUFP A >X). 306 Broadwa ? n jlii IN CASB-IO W)AN. AT TUrt A* <T v I UU.UDU York Loan and Raal Estate Agimcy, 306 Broadway, corner ot Duaae sueef, third floor, which Is now In tut) operation, loaning daily upou all descriptions of personal property, watches, d'amonda, horses, curiages, cloths, laoss, fancy hardware, paintings, Ao. AH traneactions confidentially conducted, in private oilice*. JOHN CABRIOAN, Proprietor. -HONKY TO LOAN ON WATOUitS, CPUV/U A?UU? diaaionas. jewelry, serars, drygoodn, and all kinds of personal property, or bougnt for cash, and also lor aaie caeap No1**, bonds, mortgages, stocks, ,tc.. negotiated. No. 102 Mauau street, rooms No. 2 and 2%, ear ner Of Aaa. THOMPSON A CO., Brokers and comsnisaiott merchant*. n< if )-W ATOMICS. DiAMONB JEWELRY, 8M *luU I .UUlJgars, and every deacrtntlon of valuable pro pe:tf, bought and sold by .103. E. ISAAO, No. 11 Ctembertt. basement offle-), frotn 9 till ft. Business prompt and oontUtai Hal. Old gold and sliver bought. Mo buatneea transacted on Saturdays. d?V7^ HOn -T^HOWABD LOAN AND ESTATE ?P i. I U?UUU? Agency ia now prepared to make ad v<t icee or buy lor cash, auv description ol valuable property, either dlamtrids. jewelry, pla> aegars or other merchandise, in sums to suit applicants. Office 41 llo ward street, two doors ftom Broadway. $80 000~TO I>:N9 oN bonb anu momtoaob IfiOO. .JOU.UUVf in stiaia to >uit applicants, on first class pro cuotive real estate, ia tbl* city. Also f;t,000. 000, $1 ,VWto lend on Brooklyn property, Apply to a. b. BAOaO, No. 13 Wall sf., hi story. ?7 fWJII IN SMALL RON I(S AND MORTO 1i JK8 ?P I .U\7U for ??le at 20 per cent discount, w*U seour?l on Brooklyn property. Inquire of T. TOWJISRNI). No. ST Nassau street, up sLairn, New York. d>/| /|7kf\ -FOKSaLE. A7PER CKN1 Clltdl' MORI ifT.UUU. gage on Jersey Cltr property; $1,000 c??h and the balance in merchandise or ^ool New York or Brook lyn propertv. F. McCB A KflN, 22 William stiect, near Hea ver, at 2 P. M. , or by letter. d?T zntl WANTBO-ON A FIRST >i ORTO A 3 K, AT seven per cent, tor one ve*ror more, on pro ductive city property, worth at least $8,001). Address A. 14. , BeraM office. No commies'on Riven. -A GENTLEMAN, latkly attaohrd to the (juartermastar's Department, United states Ainiy, will pay the ah ive aino.inlasa bonus lor an agencv, or other respectan'e b"i?ineHs of a permanent cSarac'er, by which be can recnlve a fair compensation tor a strict attsntion to business. Rcfere' ces reoelved B.nd nlvea. Adire?s, with real name, Q. Si. It , New York Post office. ?Y AMOUNT OF MONKY TO LOAN ON SHORT terms, and purchase at cash prices dlamoads. watches, plate, rich jewelry aad valuable personal oropertv generally. B. WOOO, 68 Fulton street, secocd floor, front room, 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. A tew superior oil paintings for sale at a bai gsUB, or rxnhanged for merchandise. A OA I) K MY OF MUBIi'-l'WO OKRTIFICATR9 OF tv stock, one share each, t 'r sale. Inquire at tlie office at t le Metropolitan Hotel. RAFTS ON THE ROYAL BAMC Or IKCLANR, In sums of ?1 and upwards. Payable at sight. Always for sale by Ji>tlN B. MURRAY. 44 Wall street. Remittances from the interior (prepaid) forwarded to uy person in Great Britain free of charge. TilOLTON FIRH INSURANCB~7;OMPaNY. APRIL 4, X1 1856 ? The Board of directors of this company have this day declared a dividend of sii per cent upon uie capital slock, payable on and alter the lfttk Inst WILLIAM MULLIGAN. Secretary. ONEY.? CA3H LIBERALLY ADVANCED BY TUB subscrlbars at their new office, 304 Broadway, oorner of Duane street, room No. 9 (not room 10), wfaara they have re moved to. Parties havuiK deposited goods with uiem at M Howard street can obtain the same at ttietr new effioe. McLOUQBLIN A Q'NHTIJ^ Money to loan-on diamon ds7 w Arc51w* .7r7w elry. pianos, dry goods, segars and every description ot valuable property, or bought for cash. Stosks, bonds, notea, mortgsgss, Ac. .negotiated. Watchea and jewelry for sale. K. TBaYMK, 334 Broadway, rooms Not. 1 and 2, second story. Notice to contractors and capitalists-ban Francisco and Sacramento Railroad.? Sealed proposals will he received bv the undersigned, in New York city, from April 10 to May 10, 18S6. for the construction and equipment entire of the San Francisco and Saoramento Railroad, Cali fornia, from the city of Sacramento to the eity of Benecia. a distance of 58 miles. This railroad ia npen the main trnnk line from Ban Francisoo to the Interior, over waich passes three fourths of the entire Inland trade and travel of California, sav ing thirty miles In dlstanoeover the present route, reducing the line from Mi to 3% hours, and passing through the fsrtile iaada of Boianoand Yoleoo unties, the richest agricultural oo unties hi the State. It connects at 8a wrmento with Uie Sacramento Val ley Railroad, now (milt and running, and Is the key to San Francisco for all lines from Northern and Eastern California. Maps' profiles and specification* can be seen and every infor mation obtained upon apollcattog to the undersigned, room Ne. 7 Meiroso ifan Bank Building, oorner of Broad war and Pine streets, New York. TBKOitORH D. JTTDAH, Chief Engineer and tJomausstoner, S. F. A S. R. R. New York, April, 180ft. THE PARK BAMK.? CAPITAL $2 000 000, WITH PRI vilege to Increase the same to $10,040.000.? This bank will eminence business in their banking rooms, head o< Beekmsn street, opposlle the Park, on Monday, March 31, 1866, to which we Invite the attention of all classes of business men. REUBEN W. MOWM. President. Charms A. Mtcr, Caehier. , CLOTIHMB' ?() nnn WORTH ofcabt orr clothino want. ed.? The highest price given and cash paid fa current nvoney. Gentlemen having good left off or superfluous siMbiiig to dispose of can obtain liberal n rices bv sending their address to, or calling en, JAMES MORONEY, 122 Walker street, near Centre. CLOIHING AND KUBN'ITURK,.? PWRSONH HAVIMG anv to diap.iae cf, cmi receive a lair cash, value for sains by sending to M. 8. COHF.N, 101 Chatham, (iaie 66 Mm). Par ty snn fsncy dresses boiwh.. I*adlcs a! ended to by Mrs. O, || fl LOIHIJM LAOGH OR GENTLEMEN HAVIKO ANY " / to dispose of can receive a folr cash price br sending to tlii store, 12 Laura is s'reei, near "'anal, or 52 Wes' Broadway, (^-1' bT p-3'. "i Kra, Cohen _ BUAKODIO AMD L.OBOITVO. n a h broad* ay. opposite astor claok- a. ItI very lv?H IU.J ptea&int par .or with badr-KMB ?l Uched imi leoood User, elejautiy tvrnlthed; also a few ii.m >"? auif a nuuki u> rent, with howl. u? taiutUee or geaJe. tueo. Dinner nd. N? moving his jear a^frtrmee reg ulred . CI f) BBOADWaT, OPPOBITH THB dt, WIOHOLAB U 1 ?j Bofcsl.? To tit, *ev oral hjiu Vjtno.T Numbed suitable fjr mirr!?l or slrgl* parsons, iDoluUiaf - i? ??<?.? - far prfoe* varyu-.g Venn (2 '?> ?8 per wx-.k, and au? la-g* room on fuht li *ir. nu. labia lor utliM purpose*. A g?jd iMniimt la in the kiA-f m.mt 77 d-1 7-?'Rr>0?R ST . NHaB broadway.-vkry plea x 1 4 ?<uit, lftrite and eool furouhtsd sparuacuw UIol * itb or without partial otr4 . 94_7 Washington stRKirr ? hoard now* ^-T I towu. Board, with N*l?Ug 93 SO to M; board snth- | cut lodging A:-, per week. Wlguig by the woofc 81 as to >2 M "I A O KIUH7H STRHFT OPPOfiJTK THK KR&CANTILK liO Library. a lady .tod gent'etian or several gnaUe- i men, day have pteaaaoi room* with board. m NINTH HTKKT fIXIRD DOORBAST OP BROAD- I way.? Furnished rooms, In suits or separately. to gentlemen. w-iifc brnahfaat if req uirad. ptrC t-t. wtth i a J Uwi modern improvement*. 1 1(11 WP: NT '/ 8 ECO <L>~STRi- KT, NEXT D-JOR TO I 1.1 O liu> ohurch, between S x h and Seventh a/eotiea.? \ I very deiirable front par or and bedroom, comx umcittng, with two large pantries, on the second itoor, with board, to a geu iletnan aud wife or two single gentletrnu ; aim pleasant oaok parlor, with eileas.ua roam, 1 he house eouiaio* a J the mo de; u improvements and a plaaaan: horna may be enjoyed. "1 AO LKONaKD 8TRRMT, NEAR BROADWAY? MLE J.V/0 gantlv furnished spartuienti, suitable tor single gea i emen f - small families, without board. The b >iue It newiy furnished, and ban gus, bath rooms, aad all the modern la piovemeits. Beferenoe required. Q1 I'KI.NCE S7KKET, FOU if DOORS WEST OF BROaI) ?7A war? a Kealltiman and bu wit'e. or two hiiu'a <autie meu. may bow a bauiUotue parlor bedroom, with am ule e'.aeeti, handsomely furnished; and a gentleman a neat ly tutnUhed bedrooat, with board Hoiiaa tlxst cla?s. Q1 BAST TVENf* THIRD 8TRKKT. ? H ANiHi>MRliT OX tnrnlHhhd apM-tments, wlih Ikw.n1. may be ootainad ipn Tata t*ble, if desired,) on drat and third door. Apply as above 7Q 81'rTwO STRBKT, FOUR D?OHS FROM BROAD^ If way.? To let several haoUomely turn inh?d r kmiu. to slrgle gentlemen, with attendance. Ska location is near all the first c'aria hotels. "DIVISION STRKKT^-OKNTLFMKN AND THKIR . . wives, or siugle gentlemen, cau be accommodated with gtnteel b>-ard and pleasant rooau. nHAMJtOM) 8TRHET.? TWO N10KLY FURNISIIKB parlors on first floor, pleasant for single gentieaen or a limijy; also oth'r rnoms, sesond and thiru slory, very plea sant. Oa?, ba'h. Ac. Aocess by Klghth avenue cars, itleeccer street, aad other Use* of stages, ho movmg in Mny; houie lint claa j. a O REMSEN STRKKT, BROOKLYN HWIOaTS-AN lj elegantly furnished room on second lloor, suitable for a family; aUo, twornoms In third story, can be procured ia the above del'ghiiully located dwelling Dinner at ti. References exchanged. A Q UNION t*QU aRK. ? tJRN f I.HMEN WITH TIKIR t_) v.'lvea also single gentlemen, may obtain ^esirn^ie rrKjms, with board. Irauuen'. boardirs ac; iimnodaLtc. Re ience required. 07 MAIIKH 8TRKHT? a VKRT IH081 RABL4 PRONT 0 I room and bedroom, communicating, ivlth large cloieU, on the fec< na fl, or. ti let, with boaid, to a gentleman aid wife. References exchanged. 90 GROVB STRKEt.-TO I/WT, viTlTH BOARD, A tdfj front room, with c'oseta, suitable tor a gentleman and his wile or two vlngle gentlemen the house is new. conWlnlng all the modern improvements; the family small; a nulet liiiae, retired ; loca 1011 pleasant, within one block of staged aud oars. References exchangnd. n OpKAf~JO}?E8 STRKKr.-A SUIT OF PARLORS, lutudvouielv turulnhed, to let to gent emen, without b >ard; also a large, high, light batement, suitable for a physician 1(1 CAREO'J, PlTAOS BLKKCKER HTRKBT, FOffK J Y blocks west of Broadway ?Large and handsomely fur tushed rooms, with bedrooms aud pa a tries atl *r aed, if doelred, fcultaule f'.r iamllies or single gentlemen, on second and third floors, front or back, also a very pleasant and handsomely fur nished atttc room. Dinner at 0 o'clock. Rsferances ex okanged. No moving in May. 4 ABINGDON SQUA.RB. WK8T SIDlC. WBOOMO HOUag north of Bank street, a desirable looation for the summer. Apartments, with board, oooveulen'.for families or single gen tlemen. Krfireooas exchanged. 2 OR 'IHRRk OKNTI.RMRN CAN BR ACCOMMODATED with nicely furnished rooms, at 18 lilapeuArd (tree;. Re terecoes exchanged. A PARLOR AND BEDROOM ? ON IHF. 8R?'OND FLOOR, to le' * Ith fill 1 bosrd, to a family. Apply at No. H Leroy place, hleecker s'reet. rear Broa^wav. Mav be had imme diately. a lao, a few transient boarders wl.l be taken. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY CAW AOCOMMOD ATE t?o or thtee gentlemen with good roomi with or wittout partial board, in aflrat cia*s house in Jersey cut fiveunluu l??' walk from the ferry. Refer'-neesindtspeasible. Address W.. box 3 637 New York Po?t oflice. AdShIRABLK BOMlt FOR A HIJfOl.K OHNTLEMAN. or a gentleman >nd his wile, in a snail private family, with a handsome furnished room; large cl.wets watsr. oath, piivllere ot adjoltlcg psrlor; terms moderate; convenient to stages and cars. Apply at IS Bslford street Al.ARGh ANDPLKASANT FROAT ROi>M, IN THK. 20 s.tory, may he obtained, wita board, at 514 tlouttou street, second block east ol Broadway. AORNILKMAN AND Tm'K, OB TWO OR T3RRE gentlemen, can be desirably acnomm<>1ated with uluu^iit rooms and board on reasonable terms, at 101 West Sixteenth street, second er third story Lai ge and small room*. Baths, gas, Ac. AKKW SINOLF. GENTLEMEW, 0? A QI'InTLRMAN fsnd his wife can seonre neatly furnished roims, witli board, down town, near to business. In a bnuae newlv feted up with all the modern improvements, gas aad hath no moviiqi In May. Apply at 112 Leonard street, a few doors east ot Broadway. PRIVATE FRENCH FAMILY, HAV7n;? MORE rooms than they want, will accommodate a family without imal, children or gentlemen wi ha second story. cousUtiug of two large rooms and a small bedrooa, with the modem im provements. Tbe liu use is very well located, near Union and Stujvesant squares. Please apply at 162 East Fourteenth st A CAHDTO G R N TLKMIN. ? A hTRICTLY PRIVAT1 PA <X mlly, occupying a handsome'y furnished modern boilt bouse, locat'on Tweatv-flftb street aud Ma'llou Park, havln* more room than they require, would let tbe ssroetoa party of gentlemen, or a fam ly of grown pern ins. with or without partial board Positively but eue party would be received. The apartments otsist of four r >omi, all com municating, with one or more richly furni* bed ?ano-s rm the first flt'or i' desired, with the u>? ol uiano. Te -m* moderate to a desirable narty. A note addressed K. II., Uolon ?|uare I'ost oflice. statiug where ai Interview cau be had, will meet with prompt attention. PART Y OF GBNTLKMEN OH A QENTLKM AN AN 1) ladv wishing partial )oard, inu pleas tnt heal'hv location, can find 1? b*- applying at 49.'t Seventh avenue, near liroadwav, sod wnveuient to csrsa'd stages. Hiuscnew, wl'h all the modem improvements. Terms moderate lor the acooniaioda tujes offered. A SUIT OF WELL FURNISHED ROOMS? TWO OR thtee gi'otlemen. or a gentleman niid wile, can obtain very dtsus >le suits of reoa?s, or hlegle rooms, witli partial bourd. It rei| uired, Ir a first class brown stons front house, with all the modern ImiirovemeDts, convenient to oars and fxiges. Inquire at "1 West Fcurteenlli street, llrst bouse west 01 Mxthavenae. A~ SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY. OOIUPYIN'J A HOUSE with all the modern impr-ivements, would let a par, or ai d bedroom, bandsonely lutnisbed, to one er twogeoilemen. Iiivate board If required. Those wishing a comtnriable home, will lind Uils mobi deeirable as every sttenu.in will be pal 1, to wake It as agreeab e as possible. Call or address T. S? 1ft 9 had Tweltih street. OAEB-W ITH FURNI8HRD ROOMS. IN AN RL1QI ble location, above Fourteenth street, wantel bra gen tietoar snd wife. Address, stating terms and height of lloor, box 444 Pot t oflice. BOARD.^FURNISHED OR UNFRNISHKD ROOMS TO let to families or single geutlemen, with or wltmut board. In a first class house, with all the modern improvemeuts. In a beautiiul, healthy location, and coivenlenl to oars snd s'airei; teims moderate App'y at 1!) 8tu?ves\nt street rear ?f Hible ?ou?e. between Seooud and Third avenues. No moviasr the 1st ol May. Board? a pi.kasaht, large front ri^om awd sing e room, lurnisbed. suitable tor a gen'leman and wife, or (ingle genllemeD, mav be had where a lew hoarders are taken, at 22*.? West 1'omteenth. Best of referenues required. Boabd? for a oe.ntlkm^n and wifk, may bu lied In a first class house, where there are but a tew iHMtrders: a'so, board for a single gentlewai. Pievitnt loca lit n. Broadway near Boad street Address M. L. J , Broa-l way Post office. Board.? A ukntlkman and hiiT wikk, or a k h. w single gent'emen, can obtain board and pleasant rooms in one of tbe best locations In the city, tweitv miiutes' walk trcm tlie City Hall; convenient to cars and states LoctUon InAlitntrdon square. Terms moderate. Inquire at 6t Hud son street, opposite Jay. B OARD.? PARTIAL ROARI), (BRK * K K AST aN I)TkA with dinner <m Sunday.) wanted, by two yo-ing gentle men, with an agreeable and pleasant family. Comforably suited, and cn mode' ate terms; won't be given to nhange. lo cation preferred wllbin walking distance of Maiden lane. Ad dress, statlog terms, Scotia, Herald oflice. B~ OARl^-A YOUNO LAIlY WISHRS To OMf BOARD in a private family, wkere breakfast cau be had at t! o'clock; buslnesa calls her from home during tne day. l-o; i ilor. #est of Third avenue, not above Thirtieth, ror below Eighth street. Addre>s W. Z , Union miuare Post office. Notes attended to for one week. ? OARlTct' TOWN--* (TkNTIAMaN AT<f I> W I l' OR two single gent'emea, can obtain board, with pleasant t'ur nirlied 100ms, on the second floor, in a mo lent built bouse, with gas. Ac , In a prlva e family, on reasonable terms. In quire at 185 KighUi avenue. Board in Brooklyn. -to let, an unfurnished room, with board, to a gentleman ami wl'e, in a private family: also furnished rooms tor two or three single sen tie men, with full or partial hoard. No Buying first of May. Apply at 97 Prospect street, live minutes' walk from Fulton ftirry. Board in brooklyx. -pleasant rooms, fiTr. mshed or unfurnished, wl'h board, In a drat class house, convenient tp South and Wall street ferries. Apply at No. 244 Usury street, betweeu Congress aod Amity streets. Dinner at 6 o'c'ook. OARD IN BROOKLYN. ?A PRIVATE FsMH.Y, RK sluing in a pleasant part at' Hnks street, within live mi nutes' wa k ot South or Wall street terries, can asnoamudate with fine rooms a gentleman and lady, or a single gentleman, on vary moderate terms. The bouse hss all the modern im provementi. Address M. I,., Herald oflloe OARD IN HOBuKEN.? TWO SINGLE GKNTLfcMM* ean be accommodated with pleasant toons and partial board, in afirstelais house, and private lamilv, three minutes' Aram the ferry. Address A. ??. B., box 114, Herald oflice. Board in brooki.tw.-hawdsomrlt furnish ed rooms to let, to single gentlemen, with or withou board, on reasonable terms, at Mrs. Mohr's, 163 Wsshlngton street, near City Hall. Board in brooklyn.-a gentleman and wifi and a few single gentlemen can be accomodated with qcod board and pleasant rooms by applying a' S8 State street, corner of Garden street, live minutes' walk trom South and Wall street femes. Board, in Brooklyn -a young okntorman can be accommodated with a small room, with board, at 111 Sydney place, convenient lo Wall street and South terries. OARD. IN BROOKLYN - VAOANT HAND8OMR front rooms, on seoond and third floors, furnished or not. House pliasantl'r loca'ed. A gentleman and lady, or two gen tlemen, will find the comforts 01 a home. Apply at 4.1 Con gress street, three doors below Henry. BOARD IN BROOKLYN.-A MARRIED CODPf.lt ?R one or two single gen t lemen. ran he provided wuh n ?a'ly furnished rooms. In a private Umllv. convenient to tne Fulton terry, the house contains gas and bath. Apply at 56 Nassau street, coruer ot Adams st. Board in port Richmond, statrn ist.and '1 be new boardmghonseol Misses R. asd M. IMes^wty. agreeably alluated on rort Richmond park, Is now ready for the reception of boarders. Party sopltwioo desirable. App'y fnr dlrtrrous, in tbe Collector! yl tuc Ong'iwu lUd l* >rt Bl^oion^ Ma'a. BOAKUNQ AND LODOITO, BOA&O WAMKD- HY A l.ABV AND T?0 OHIL drrii, 10 end I! ?emot age; In * prirWt laaaur wowtt be preferred. above KounotsuUi jtrooi, ou Ui - can jiAj. a4 dtt. but (M Ko n office . BOARD WaNTKD? HY A YOUNG LADY. IN A HOUrfB h?v)n? all las modern Improvements. Terms qui 'a as crxtcl per wer? A ddreas, sitting location an 1 terau. K. L Broadway Pa* utll*t. Boabd iwantkiv-por a gintlkman and wifb. wiu (W'j unfurnished rumi. ia a reipeotab.a neighbor hood with |U. Ac. ; iu a private fsnsi.y pretested * " ? fa stating leioie. Ac., H. H., Hsraid olfi-sc Boap-d WANrKD-iM Brooklyn, by a lady tn a ie- |iertab> r.mily with furnished room. oe*r dontli terry, 'lenn* not to exceed $4 per weak. Address K. ft., tag At. suite streei, Brooklyn. BOARD WANTED- BY A YOUNG LADY, IB A I'Rl vat a r.Q.ilj, between Pike and Oliver street*. Relereaee K.ven Te> uu moderate. Address M. W., Herald wfflre, tar two day*. Board wantkd.-to puiyaik PAMiLiaa bk sidmg on Murray Bill, Dear or on i.exingljn aveuue, hav ing morn room tbu> -hey require tor their own um, a ouyauaaa I* desirous ot obtaining apartments suitable for an otlioo- with or without bosrd. Id the alove locality. Thwe harms or tbana who will have such accommodation ihla en using Bay, Bar rear ol a permanent oxuuant bi "limbing i-t ona week. Spectator, Union square Poet office. Unexceptionable rat? ewegtveu and required. BOARD WANTKD? FOR A FAMILY OP FIVB P1B aci a, for two week* not below Kourteenth atreet. Three bedrooms ie (Hired. Addrese bcx 1,210 Puet otllca. s-auwc leiina, Ac. ? Board wantf.d? a gkntlkman wiuhkh a smti. room, with parcel boarC, where ha could bojov >jm? a> cial pleaeurea Ad Kplsoopalian latnlly wouldfl>e preterretLaod boarding houses need not rexoond. Term* no' over i? par month; T? cation above Twelfth street and between Fourth He vent a avenues. Address Kngiuaer, bo* 2.195 Post offiae Board wamtkd-by two yoong ladiks, in a private tamlly; parlor, or parlor and bedroom. Terms 97 per week, lull board. Location ea*t of Broadway. Njra leience given. Address W. C. K., Herald office. Board wantrd-by a rkhpkctablh youno lady, In ? p'aln, genteel lamily , or where there are a fair boardera. Her employment Is outbr the day. Breakfast aa< meala on Huntley only. Good reference glveu. Adlroaa Mary, Broadway Poet oaioe, all this weak. Board wamtrd-in or wkar carmanbvillv. with a prlvale lamily, by a nemlemaa, wife, two children aid two Herv&ntM. l nt**oejh<m>ii)!e refernnoiM aad quired. Addrevti, eta tu k l<MaUoa and terma box 413 Poai ollice Board ? antkd-by a yodnu uksttlkkan" a email ftti nlehed room, with partial board, not above h oar taemh street and between Second anil Sixth avenues. Teroaa no', to excced >4 per week. Addreiw box 4,151 Pott Qffloe. Board wantkd in uobokkn-by a oknilkm an aud wile, tan mtnutaa' wa k from the ferry, a large f?r niahed room cr room and bedroom, on the eecood Hoar, la a tint claea boui-e lerma reaeonable Addreit, alatiog parti - culars, M. D. O , Berald office. Reference* ctveu and re quired Boarding.? tus laror bu.'k room, with pab tnea attached, on the eeoood xtory. to lei, unfurnished* with board, to u gaatlemau and wlt'a. Beforwucei exahanae*. Apply Bt IM) Henry street. BOARDINIJ.? A I'RIVATK PaMILY WoULD LVt M gentlemen, or gent'eaian and wne, a large unturtiishad back room on Ike seoona tlnor, with breaklavt and tsa Looa tlou. IH Kaet Kigbteeith street, one block above Union square, betw een Broadway and Pi th avenue, ouveuieot to cars aad st&rea. Boarding.? thrke ok mijrk noostH, on sk<;oi*? ana third etories, turni^hea or atifurnished. with batk room. Private meali, it desired, iu a modem hcure and M a uoderate price, where no o'Jiars will be rxortved. AUo, a bieemenl aultable tor a pbyalolan. Retcreocea eiohangea. Apply at 231 hast Tenth atreet. Boarding? a Large front room, bkdroomh. Ac . on ibe second floor, to let. In aui'-s or separate, to a gea tlemaa m d wile, or liDgle gentlemea. Tbe house ia lu a beaa nful location, with Broadway stage* pas ing tbe door. Appljr at 77 ht Mark's place. Boarding in bruoklynV? a okntlcm an ahb bis wlfd can obtain a pleasaut second story (root rooox. with board, at 34 G%rden street, wiibin live minu^ji ot eiUtor Yi al 1 or South ferries. References exchanged. BUAiDING FOR PAMIL'KH AND hINUl.K (IKnYlB men? F iirnbl.ee or unturnUbei rooms, with privi ega ot bath, Uoiifte has all the modern improvemeuts. Dinner at 0 P. B. Inquire at 90 But Fifteenth streat. Reference g'.veu at d required. Boarding wantkd.- a wid?w l\dy wishim hoarl iu a rsapeclable boatdlug bouaeor nrivate family: no objection to rooming wrh a young person, if agreeable and ne&t; mutt be m tbe vicinity of epring tired and Broadway, lerma not to exceed $? per week. Address Bra. H. M. ftomer vl le, Broadway Poet office. BOARDlitrWANTKD.? ANY RKSPKCT ARLfc PARTY having a lieuse partialis ftu niaherl , with modern Improve ments, pleaaant'y lonated, brttween Fourth and Fourteeolk streets. mi<1 who wi?h to take as boarders three gentlemen a ad their wives, two stogie gentlemeu, a lad ofalctean. and amlaa or eleven, on the following conditions, may address S. L. V., Broadway Post oflioe:- First, the nojse lo be ciean, and kept so; seeond. tab e supplied with giod wholesome to>d; third, Rervaute' si'entlve. and not Impudent; and. la laot. evsrvthlij in like keeping. On oar part, we are willing to p*v inaroaa ble prices aud, il agrteablo. will remain the vetr touad. Boarding house brokers will p!ea?e not answer thU. Brooklyn.? a olntm-.man and Hi8~wipk. ok two elngle gentlemea, eau obtain very dsalrabie rooms, wnh hoard, iu a first clans house, not more thin ten minutes' walk from Wall and Fulton terries. References ex-ihaoge*. Apply at Uii Willoughby street. BROOKL* N.? TWO SINGLE GKNTLKMKN M AY HF.AB ol good rooms, with partial board. In a private houie, ooa venlent to Fti.ton and Wall street terries, by addreaalag .1. D. L., Brooklyn Pot>t office. Re'erer.oe required OCNTRY ROARD WAN TKD- BY A FAMILY OF seven or eight, for the coming summer, at some destraMa place, wilhin "J5 miles ot the eitt, and c:nn?c'.od with H by railroad or s'eamboat the latter preierred. Address box 2.30T Post office, siting location and terma. CtOUNTRY BOARD WANTKD- IN AUB ALnfY LOC*. J lion, wltbla thirty miles of the city, for a gentleman and wife, two small children aad nurse, where there are but few or no other boardera. Addreaa K. L. Z., Herald office, atatteg terms, location, rooms, Ac. FCRN'ISlTlCn BOOMS TO LET ?TWO WBLL FURNISH ed pariora, Irrnt and back, on the tirat II.Mir, tieether with a tea mora and kitchen, to let tarnished or unftirnished. Ap ply st 20 White atreet, west of Broadway. li-tORNlSHElTBOOMR-A FKW HINirtjK GKNXLRMBV X1 caa be aecommodated wrh furnished rooma. wlthovl boartl, or wonld be furnldhed with braatfaat and tea, if <L_ e i, in a private family In 8oath Brooklyn. Tbe can pasa door every five mlnutee. and tha lonation is plaaaant aad ra ei>eciable. Terma moderate, Boutranee exebaoged. Apply *t 20H Court atreet. jJj'UKN IKHKD APABTMKNTS lO LET, WITH BOARD f it reqtiiied, at No. 2 t'linton place, 755 Kroadway. |j>l RMSHfiD ROOMS TO LF.r, WITH 1' VKIIAL 11 'ARB. J* ? Mce large rooms, with t'roion wsier, clothet presses, with bath tn house, can be bad wltb a stna l priva'e family, by single gentlemen or gentlemen aud wives at 119 Fruiklla st. TRNkY CITY -A 8MU.L PRIVAT8 FAMILY OAM Hcenriuodate two or three gentlemen wits good ronaaa, wi.h or without partial board ia a first class house, five mlaa tes' wa k I'rnm the lerry. References Indispenaabls. Addreaa W.. box 3,637 New York Poat oflioe. Lodgings fob TjENrLKMKN,? a whoi.k parlok floor, c'e^antly fu nlshad. also, small ro i.tjs up ataira. ficaee call alter 3 r-'c ock at 89 friuce street. MIS# LAN* WILL OP1CN HKR HOtlSH AT CdKSNUr Grove, Piateu Island, on the 15th ol May. she hat several eligible rooms frrthtiee who ma> wish board in the citv at her house No. 711 Rest Fourteenth street, where application may be made to her for either city or cous'ry. VTO. 9 A8ULAND PLaCR-FURNISHF.D OB UNFOB J.1 mabed rooms to let. to tamlHee or aingie gentlemen, wllk full or partial board, in a lint class house, with all the modena tmprovctrenle, In abesutlful heal'hv location, and oonvenieat to cars and stages References ex hanged. Apply at 1M Waverley place, until altar the 22d ot Apni. PKIV A l it BOARDING. -A ~LADY IS DhSlKOUS OT letting to gentlemen aud their wires a parlor and be* ruom; also a party of gentlemen ran he aeatly acojm modeled. Apply at 9S west Twenty fifth atreet, between Sixth aat Ha ven ih avenues. RIVATiTBOARD IN BROOKLYN.? A GKNTLKMAN ani wife, and one er two single gentlemen, can he aconae trodated with full or partial board by applying at 194 BridfS, uear Concord atreet. No moving at May. OARAKiGA FPRINGR.- F AMILIKt ANI? OTHKRS GO . 0 ing out uf tQwn tor the summer, and wishing t > avoid lha bustle and extra vagsnce or a hole), oan make desirable ar rangements fcr board by apphlng at 47 West Twen'.v four* street , any fine betore first ot May. T~ WO YOU NO GKNTLKM KN C AN OBTAIN GOOD I ROOMS and board, in a private 'amlly, by applying at 364 Bnooma street, near Mott. References exchanged. TIIBKK OR FlU R GKNTLKMKN CAB HH ACCHMMO daied with good board and pleasant romns In Jersey City, two minutes' wslk fnim tbe Icrrv. Terina, $1 50 per weak each Inquire at 15 York atreet, Jersey t,1ty, one block fraaa the terry. ') C ATROLIC3 -TWO HIGHLY RKSPRCTaBLB young nteu, brothers, desire a furrisbed room, in a social private lami y, oontiguoue to Wall street, In New York ar Brooklyn, address, with name and location, Oatholic Brother*. Herald offine. T J NFURNISHLD ROOMS TO LKT? WITH OR WITHOOT 1 hoard ; also a lew single gentlemen eau be a-comin idaiad with go.wl board and pleaaant rooms, at 12H High atreet, ear ner ot Budge. B>-ook'yn. \\ ANTKll- BY A GKNTi.I M AN, A FURNISHRB It room and partial board in a prWala tamilv. in Brooklyn. Address, Elating terms, Ac ,hox 4,ii'9 >ew York Poat oflioe. WANTKIV^IN A PBIVATK FAIIILY, A HaNDSOMB lurnished room, with partial board, tor two gnnt.emaa; west aide ot the town, between Fourth and Twenty aec streets, preferred. Address, with run par.iculara, K., 3, .-68 I'oat office. W A TCI IKS, JEWEI.BT, AsC. CALIFORNIA DIAMONDS, HQ DAL IB BRILUABOT and appearanaa to ibe real.? Gent erase 'a ptaa. $6 la |Ui rt?*a, U to M0; earrtap, ?6 to Ot. Ladtes' pinlTw to Ml Studs, sleeve bullosa, k Any of the above arttolee saM M mail to any pan or tn DnM Stotaa. L1J. JAUOBB. manntaotoring js wellere, 467 Broadway. VR8T CHAINS MANUFACTURED FROM OOMPOBI Uon and gold. Thaae cnatas are warranted not to ehaMB rotor, and wlfl wear the sane as solid gold. Thar are wv raoted u rapraasBtod, or tha money returaed. ^Prioaa, MM to$t>. Manaflactnred only by as. L. aad J. JA0OBB, aM? fact tiring Jewel leva. 407 tread way. "YA'ATCHKS. FTNK OOLD ABO SILTBB WAT0WMM| n Tbe largest aad most splendid aeaorlmeal at wWdbss as tbe eity is to be found at the subscriber's. He has has* hi business in Wall street tor the last eighteen years, aad U seB ln? all rieerrlpiiona ot gold aak silver watches, jewefc-y aad Bl \ ar ware al much leaa than the usual prices. Beautiful gold leplne watibes, fcnr boles Jewelled fM M Fine gold detaesed lerara, fbll le welled |2M QB Fine told hunting lepine ftmr holes Jewelled (36 M Gold hunting ease Kaglleh patent levers IU M Fine gold bunting detached levers, fun Jewelled M0 M Geld aad enamel watchee for ladles S30 00teiu?at Splendid gold posket shronometars Sl? W la|W M ( lold todepeodent seeond watches, for Using iKirass ^... fM 00 to >30 0B (lold busting walehes, which run eight days, (lib OS to | >30 OB Gold maaic watches, which change into three dlflerent wa'ehes. . . . ?l*? 00 to flOO 0t Gold Kagllsh patent levers. LUl Jewelled. 45 fB to ilffl (M Silver Rnglieh patent lever 116 M to Hit W Hllvsr detached levers, full jewelled >15 00 tn W0 00 F Ine gold hunting ease railway timekeepers. .tint) W to >175 0* Silver lepinea. tonr hatoa jewelled $0 00 to >IT 0* V. J. ToMas. BafnMm R. and G. Reeaeler, T. r. Oeoper. and all other celebrate* aiakera. for sale vsry low. All watches warranted "to keep correct Usee Wato iee sad J Jewelry exchanged Watches and jewelry repairel ia th<? nest manner, and at much less than tse usaalprteei Oieds sent to all parts of Us United mates aad Oianade free at *01?OROI* C. AM KN, fmeorfer eT watches an? jewelry, wholesale aad retail. Bo, 11 WMi too*. **fm tior asar 8nf?dw.