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CITY REAL E8TATE FOR WALK.
I uki .Side.
-FIRST CLASS DWELLING HOISES, CHOICE L0
calitlen, for ?a!e, very low, by WILLIAM TUCKER,
[0 Fifth avenue, ab. vo Tu entv-slxth ktroet.? Near 3th avo
cue, on 3Utb irel, -t . ; 37 1 li ttrcei, !$35,liflU; 3;'th street,
$42,600 and ;34,'.0U; West Mill street, #1 3,000 ; Wlh itreel,
6th anJ 6>b aveaucs, $3d,OUO; W. it 4bth rlreet, <s '.-j.OOO ; 61st
Btrcot, $J0,0 0 ; uhu a lai'^e number of others.
?NOW IS YOL'K TIME TO PURCHASE SPLENDID
> browu btoni! Houses ut tei v low 1'uurea. An ly at
?-~J. WALDltON .t ZITl'EL, 1,018 Third avenue.
A WHOLE FRONT ON WEST SIDE OF MAIISON
avenue, neur lilfjhti (*lb street, only ijl 10,000, and diO.doO
cash required. ALVAlI BEEBE A SON, 69 Liberty street.
A SPLENDID PLOT AT NINETY FIFTH STREET
and Mu'ilg.'ii avenue; 4 on avenue and 8 rear; a bar
gain. ALVAU 11 EL BE A SON, 6 'j Liberty itreet, N. Y.
Fob sale-the first class full sized brown
stoue House, 836 Madison avenue. Apply on the
premlsea.
For sale? an eleoant brown stone house.
on Forty-sccond street, near Fifth avenne, furn'shed
complete. HOWE A CO., 10 Pine street.
House fok sale or to let-eleven rooms
and b -moment, ut Forty-soventh street, bolwe< n Second
and Third avenues. Inuuirc on the premises or at 78 . Second
avenue. PII. BROWN.
Third avenue store i-roperty for sale? at
a bargain ; also first class Tenements that will pay 10 per
oent on Investment. SAMUEL D. MACK, Third avenue,
corner Seventy-sixth street.
Thikty-ninth street, near park avenue?
Modern, uew, four story, medium size Dwelling; all Im
Xrovements ; perfect order ; price reasonable ; terms easy.
Iso a revised list of Dwellings for sale, at lowest market
rates. V. k. STEVENSON 4 SON, 11 Pine street.
Ai n nnn will buy first class three
<J)X< '?* ' V/l' story House; blah stoop; all modern Im
provements; Fiftieth street, near Th'rd avenne. Terms easy.
PAUL P. TODD. 0i> Llb.'riy street.
West ntde*
A BARGAIN.? A FOURSTORY BROWN STONE. WITH
rkh fixtures ami shade. In good order, for $16,751). No.
468 West Forty-seveutti s.reet ; open irom 10 to S o'clock.
STREET,
r ...... . ...... ... Immediate
liosKcscl jii. At ply to WILLIAM M. HOES, 51 Chambers St.
For sale? the three story high stoop brown
stone House 121 West Thirty-second street, In perfect or
<10r, with a'l the modern improvement*. Terms reasonable,
i'or permits apply to R. P. BKItlUEN, 138 Laurens street.
F~ OR SALE? THE FIRST CLASS HOUSE AN D LOT
No. 60 West Hfty-second streot, between Fifth audSixth
avenues ; possetsiou on or before Sept. I. Inquire on the
premise*, or of S. W. J ESS UP, 459 Broadway, corner <j rand
street.
For sale? four story, brown stone high
stoop House, on Fifty-first street, between Fifth and
Sixth avenues. 21 x5f?. full lot, on Columbia College leased
ground. Apply at 62 Water street. New York.
For bale-at a very low figure, valuable
Lot (full size) on Llspeuard street, between Church
street and West Broadway. Apply to A. JOURNEAY, No.
1 Pine st.
ORT Y-EIQHTH BTREET, NEAR SIXTH AVENTE.
Deslrable lour story, well built Dwellln;, EOx.O.vlOO feet,
In order and well arranged. Also a revised list of Dwelling*
Cor sale, at lowest market rates.
V. K. STEVENSON A SON, 11 Pine street.
FOR BALE-NO. 23 WEST FORTY-NINTH
House, With Columbia College lease of lot; Immediate
Ai
niUcclIn ncona.
-A.-FOR BALE, 160x100 FEET ON A CORNER:
best In New York. Apply to ROBERT CODDING
N, book stuio, 86d Bowery.
-FINE CENTRAL PARK CORNER PROPERTY
? fbr sale low ; line view ; location unexceptionable.
V. K. STEVENSON A SON, II Pine street.
BROOKLYN PltOPKIU Y FOR SALE AM)
TO LKT.
JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE? BROOKLYN.
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK. HERALD
RECEIVED AT~BRANCH OFFICE,
? AT NO. 4 COURT bTREET, CITY BALL SQUARE.
OFHOE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 8 P. M.
BROOKLYN CARRIERS AND DEALERS CAN RECEIVE
TUHil PAPERS AT THE HERALD BRANCH DELIV
ERY. NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN.
|>ROO K LYN.? A IIOwRE IN ROGERS AVENUE, BE
MJ tween Warren and Baltic streets ; three story ; nine
rooms; two minute*' walk from Nostranu avenue cars; rent
very low. Apply to Mr. CALLlGAN, corner of Greeuo and
Grand avenues.
"D ROOK LYN PROPERTY -CHEAP; ONLY $700 CASH;
I) No. 1,370 Lafayette avenue; modern Improvements ;
balance by monthly Instalments. Apply to CHARLES SEARS,
W Fulton afreet, New Vork.
pOURT STREET.? ONLY %'J,000 CASH, NICE THREE
" story brick House, with store ; terms venr liberal ; also
Store Property, on Hudson avenue, to exchange for vacaut
LvUpr Farm unencumbered.
C. J.. DONNELLON, 116 Pacific street, Brooklyn.
TT'OR SALE-A HANDSOME BROWN STONE HOUSE,
JT wl'h H rooms; all Improvements ; good order; exeell"i>t
location, six minute*' walk from Fultonlerry ; worth ?12,000;
price $lf',!\in; mortgage $8,900; cash only $1,760. Add: em
B. D. DOUGLASS, 61 Poplar street, Brooklyn.
tpOR PALP. OR TO LET IN BROOKLYN? LOTS AND
J Building! suitable for manufacturing purposes, near the
river; also Tobacco Machinery; also Grist Mill and Ma
chinery. Inquire at KELsEY'S stores, foot of Irving street.
PROSPECT PARK PROPKP.TY, BROOKLYN.? F< >R
sate, those 12 desirable Lota, nneuoumbercd ; situated
on Macomb Street and Sixth avenue; or will exchange for
Improved property in New York or Brooklyn. Apply to
Owner, tK> Pearl street, New York.
a' rio LET? SKCOND FLOOR, OF POl'R ROOMS, IN
L bouse No. 287 Knyroond street, near Lafayette avenue,
rooklyn, to a small family of adults; 15 mlauies' rldo by
f ultou or Flatbush avenue cars from Fulton ferry | rent $25
per mouth. Advertiser occupies balance of house.
WANTED--5800 RENT FOR A NICE OIL FACTORY,
with use of Kettles, In Brooklyn, near Fulton ferrv.
Call at 10- Maiden 'ane from 4 to 5 P. M.
rjO BLOOMFIELD STREET, ROBOKEN.-A FIRST
'I O Floor, with two Bedrooms and bathroom, to lei; to ft
?mall, res; ectable family.
JltRgEY CITY, IIO'lOKliN, I1FDHON CITY
AND HJEllUEN REAL JfcSTATK.
Far Sale.
A BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE HOUSE, IB ROOMS, FPLEN
dldly finished; five lots In garden ; abundance of fruit;
near Bergen square. Jersey City Height* ; <113,001, part cash.
Three l)r?t class French roof Houses, on Tonnelle Ilomo
Bd, f ',800, $10,000, $15, 5;, 0; each has large garden at*
9d. Oontcel Cottage, 8 rooms, opposite Episcopal ehurcli,
26, one-fourth cash. JOII.x li. PLATT,
opposite Court House, Jersey City Height*.
PROPERTY out OF TIIG CITY FOR HALS
Oil TO KENT. ^
A ? LONO BRANCH.? SOLE REAL ESTATE AGENTS
J\.. In Hew York, FRANK O. A DAVISON BROWN, 100
llroadwav. Printed catalogue ma'lod free.
LL WANTING FARMS (GOOD SOIL) ADDRESS C. K.
LANuIS, Vlnelanu, N.J.
A
AT RYE? FOR SALE LOW OR TO LET? COTTAGE, 11
rooms, all conveniences; hljli ground, fine view, lurge
garden ; five minutes from depot and Tench ; 80 per cont eau
remain on mortgage. J. M. HALSTEO, ii ye, N. Y.
AT RYF.-TO LET LOW -LARGE HOUSE, 14 ROOMS,
w ntcr, balh, furnnc-, Ac. f large lawn, beautifully shaded |
flncffardatt, crapor/, staules; abundance of fruit: five min
utes from ki ,t.on. J. M. HALSTEl), Rye, N. Y.
A CHOICE 13 ACRE FA RM, ONE MILE FROM LARGE
town? 50 choice lrult trees, CO grape vines. full bearing;
good house, barn. Ice house. Ae ? beautiful location, very
lieaHhy. Price luOll, cash $I,ft0u, balance In three years.
Address GhO. W aLKKR, Kohi Stroud*burg, Pa.
AT NEW BRIGHTON, H. I TO LKT, UPPER AND
lower terraces, thr. e furnished molern Houses, $175,
i, $280 per month, or reasonable per yeur: two lar^e, < le
ant Homes y.iOO per mouth ; also four modern unfurnished.
?BOO to S 1,010. W. A. COLLINS, 83 Pine street.
A MAGNIFICENT FARM OF 84 ACRES-ONE MILE
from the beautiful town of East Strouasburg; 10 ncres
w. oJlund. 74 aores under splendid cultivation \ 14 acres
wheat and r/t, 8 oats, 12 corn ; 1 acre potatoes, 1 aero water
melons, iOU apple treJ.i, plenty cherries, peaehes, pear*,
plums, quinces, Ac. ; splendid buildings; large stone bouse, tl
rooms ; line barn an. I all necessary out buildings , good water;
prloe, lueiudlu^ crops. $7/00: half cash; balance essy.
GEO. WALKER, Eaat Stroudsburg, Pa.
A T N ?. W ARK.? TO LET, V PORTION OF A ~ IlANlT.
J\. aomcly furnished Horse, neatlv arranged tor srparalo
housekeeping; larue garden, fruit and sliado tre<?; plrasaut
location; four minutes from New Jersey Railroad depot:
rint from $80 to $40 per month. Address O. P. Q., box 117
Herald olilee.
A PLEASANT LITTLE COTTAGE ON THE GREAT
jfY South Bay, Lone Island, with ono acre, fruit, good tith
ing, abootlng an I batblrrR; very healthy: price $2A0.
F. KbLLEil, 243 West Twentletn street
AT NEW BRIGHTON.? TO RENT, ONE KURNISIIEO.
one uniurnished Villa, with tiableai most charming lo
cation ; acres of Land, Garden* to each, planted; five min
utes of lerry ; lawn ; fruit and r hade trees.
O. G. BEN NET, No. ? Pine street.
A HOUSE TO LET -ON THE HUDSON, CONTAINING
elijit rooms, furnished or unfurnished ; half hour from
tliealty. Inquire at Mrs. MILNElVS bakery, l,8&i Broad
war
A SUPERB COUNTRY SEAT OF THIRTEEN
acres for $600 down and only SMI monthly. House and
MRbulldlng*! grounds splendidly fruited and shaded i healthy
as Minnesota ; view (water and inland) for SO miles in extent;
only one hour In New Jersey by rail: fare 12c. ; perfect lit tlo
Paradho. I'rlca ffl.KilO. Room No. t, second floor, 34 D?y St.
LARGE FIRST CLASS RESIDENCE AND OUT
buildings, with 80 acres choice Land ; great abuiiuanoe
fruit, shade, Ao. ; beautifully located, froutlug llm Hudson on
the oast side | 25 miles from etty ; for sale or excuange for
buatnoss property or vacaut lots.
W. P. SEYMOUR, 1*1 Broadway.
A? TO LET, IN ELIZABETH, NEAR THE DBPOT, A
. t:ne two story and French roof House, with cellar;
all tlio modern Improvrmorts and large lot; will lie lei
pbeap to a food teuant. Apply to HENRY G. GABAY, 8W
Third ave-iue, comer Fifty-fourth street.
CIOUNTRY SEAT, NEW ROCllSLLE. -FOR SALE. FX
I cli.in^e or lease, one mile north depot. IIS a< res, wUh
large fmn mansion, SO rooms; a per cct country home. Ap
ply u> owner, ('. A. BUBOBflS, No. 4? Broadway.
ttOTTAURS TO LET AT RUTIIERFl'RD PARK, N. J.j
) 85 inluutet per Erie Hallroad, from toot of Chamber*
atreei At ply to owner, THOMAS R. AUNEW, SCO Green
wich street. ,
I~pA8T CHKRTKR.? tO LET OA LBAfBi MRAR TWO
!i railroad ilei.ola, a Farm, with large house and two rot
ta<;M and outhulldlut,H. Apply to PETER A. H. JACKSON,
lOU Fulton street. __ _
IN NGLR WOOD.? EXCELLENTLY FURNISHED HOUSE,
li II room*; modern improveuicuts; one sere laud; stable
Mid garden. He it $1JI0U.
CHARLES D. KELLOGG, 116 Broadway.
T? LEO A NT FRENCH POOF HOU8R FOR ONLY $1.0(!0
J'J down and $50 monthly until paid i one hour In New
Jersey. fnreUe.nl*; gas, liot air. range, stationary wasli
tub*. bathroom, Ac. ; price only etl.OuO. 4 D?r street. Ncoad
RoW. room No. R
A
PliurUICT* OUT or TIIF CITTPOrt KALE
OltXOIIKNT.
Iil NOLI". WOOD AND PALISADES 0 HOICK PEOPitE
li ties for sale or rent. Furnished Houses for summer.
CHAKi.EH D. KELLOUJ, 116 liroadway.
BUUM FOR SALE - OF HO ACHES, ALL, UNDER CULTI
vatlou ; eoud fruit and water: house Uvo s'.oi les ; Lrm
burn uud carriage house ;bfautii ully altii ited on high ground ;
three miles from Kensico station and half mile from Whlto
Plains ami Brooklleld road, now building; tor iale ohenp.
Apply ut hA'j blxth avenue, In hardware (tore.
FACTORY to LET? ELIZABETHPORT, N. J., WITH
8, -horse power enems and machinery; access by rail
and water; moderate rent ; immediate now ssion.
J, C. DEN MAN, 213 Broad itreet, Elisabeth.
FOR BALE, EXCHANGE OR TO LET? TBEOOG'l
Neck, Westchester county, 11 miles from City Hall,
Country Seat, with 65 acres, suitable for division into lota or
villa sites; ou the bound, lire inuutei' wall: from steamboat
landln". Immediately fronting Ihe water, with commodious
brick stables (graperies and other outhouses ; house Is newly
painted inside and outsMe and m perfect order ; lar^e road
and water frontal ; near the boulevard and Westehe sler depot ;
terms moderate and easy. Apply to W. H. MEAD, 67 Wall
?treat.
For sale? house and grounds at in wood, on
the Hudson, 25 minutes by Hudson River Railroad
from Thirtieth street : bonse (containing 14 rooms), hot and
cold water and gas throughout; stable and carriage house ;
grounds about 19 city lots, with a frontage of about 300 few
on street ; grounds high, commanding line view of the Hu I
son: three minutes' walk from depot; terms easy. Apply to
W. M. FL1TNER, 68 Wall street, N. j.
Ii?RUIT FARM? 80 MILES FROM PI1ILADEL 1'H I A ,
near New York Railroad ; 39 acres In the best of cultiva
tion : 7U0 peach, iil'O pear, 100 apple trees ; 6 acres In rasp
berries, strawberries and blaokberrlus In full bearing; new
two story nlue roomed House, new barn, sheds, Ac. ; price
Si, <"011 ; onr-half cash required; also Farm of 15 acres, $2,tiO0;
Farm of 15 aeres, $1,500; Farm of 25 acres, $1,600. Address
H. .1. BYRNES, Hammonton, New Jersey.
InOR SALE? HKAUTIFOL RESIDENCE, FRONTING
the Buy: water iron t; 10 rooms; desirable residence lor
yac'itman ; 10 lulnutes' walk from landing, titaten Island;
IWSOO. DAKR1N, 50 Broad street.
IIOR SALE-AT NEW BRIGHTON, ELEGANT NEW
House; 11 rooms, wafir, gan, heaters, range, Ac. ; line
view of boy ; $0,000; terms easy ; seven minutes from ferry.
DAKRIN, 50 broad street.
For sale-cottage, barn, acre rich land;
high, healthy location; plenty shade, fruit; surrounding*
good; ?0 minutes from North Shore ferry; $J,600 ; terms
easy. DAKRIN, 50 Bruad street.
Furnished house to let-at bloomfikld, n.
J., seven minutes' walk from depot; p'azza ou three
side*; water In the bouse ; cheap rent. Inquire of E. S. OS
BORiNE, owner, 43 Murray street, New York.
Furnished and unfurnished houses to let?
Youkcrs, l'ordhani. Rye, New Roclielle, Newburg, Clare
mont, Mont Clair. Bioomtold, Kllznbeth and btaten Island,
rcrmits ot A. JOURNEAY, No. 1 Pine street.
HACKFNSACK AND VICINITY.? COUNTRY SEAT8
and Cottages for sale and to let at all prices, near de
pot; scud for pruned list.
E. M. MASON, No. 1 Chambers street.
Houses, lots, country seats and farms for
sale, to let, aud exchange iu all parts of Westchester
county.
JAMES A. LYON, 170 Broadway, room No. 0, third floor.
HOUSE3 AT INWOOD, N. Y. ; SOUTH YONKERS,
Kingshrldge and Fordham, Westclicstor county, to rent,
from ij)250 to $SflK) per aunuin.
SEALEY A BRU., 84 Liberty street, New York.
Magnificent couktry seat, water front,
Hayside station, Long Island, stone mansion, sixty
arrca land under cultivation, wdl bo sold cheap or exchanged.
Photographic views at 820 l'hird avenue.
LIONEL FROEHLICH.
Mansion housf, at yoxkers, on the iiudson,
to let? Contains 40 rooms, with pleasant surroundings;
half a mile from depot. Immediate possession.
WARD A OQDEN, Broadway, corncr Seventeenth street.
Northern railroad of new jersey and
west shore of Hudson Properties a speela.ty. Rare op
portunities for residences, Investment or improvement.
CIIA8. D. KEI.LOGG, 116 ilroadway.
PRETTY LITTLE PLACE, SHORT DISTANCE FROM
the city, to rent, furnished, with horses, harness, wag
on?, Ac., and yacht if desired.
A. C. LOOM1S & CO., 1,254 Broadway.
SARATOGA f TORES?THREE GRAND UNION HOTEL
Stores; best location In Saratoga; tilted with gas, coun
ters and sli Ivlng ; rent #400 to $7u0 ; hotel opens Juue 1. Ad
dress GRAND UNION HOI EL, Saratoga.
STAMFORD LARGE HOUSE TO LET, SUITABLE
for bonrrters or hotel; H4 rooms; three minutes from do
pot. Inquire of FRAS. LOCKWOOD, tit>4 East Twelfth st.
STAMFORD, CONN? PLACES, FARMS AND VILLAGE
Property for sale. Also, to let, Houses, furnhhed aud
unfurnished. Apply to KLK1CRT WHITE, Stamford, or
CHAS. ATWOOl), Jr., 371 Broadway, New York.
rjlUE BEST REAL ESTATE EVER OFFERED FOR AN
Investment or a Home.
O. II. PIERSON, Anctloneer.
By A. D. MELL1CK, Jr., A BRO.,
Real Estate Auctioneers, No. 6 Pine street, New York.
Tuesday. May 18, 1871,
At 12 o'clock noon, on the premises,
absolute public sale of
200 Building riots, on the Heights at RUTIIRFURD PARK,
forty minutes from Broadway,
between the Broad Gauge Double Track Railroads, the
Erie Railroad and the De'aware and
Lackawanna Railroad.
Easy walking distance from three stations.
Plank walka through every street.
8pecl?l train from foot of Chambers street and Twenty
third street, line Hallway, at 11 :15 A. 41. Luncheon on
arrival of train,
Oft maps and free pastes of the Auctloncsrs and at the
ferry on the day of iale.
Splendid music by Orafulla's full Band.
TO LET A FURNISHED COTTAGE OK ECUUT
rooms' Delightful situation. cn the High .'anda, over
looking the llu lson, and but a short distance from depot.
Also a Cottage near, same slxe, unfurnished. L-acli bavins
about two acres garden aud lawn. Inquire of W. 11. IKW1N,
14 Moore street.
TO LET- TWO COUNTRY PLACES, SIXTEEN MILES
from citj llall, In Westchester county, furnished or un
furnished; one large house and Ave acres; tho other a small
hous>> and half an aero; both delightfully a.tuated, near rail
road and s'eamhoat. Address J. M. V., box 127 Uerald oDico.
TO LET AT RYE, HOUSES, FULLY FURNISHF.D,
from 8 to 15 minutes' walk from depot; 4Gjo, w800.
$1,00(1, $1,50(1 end $2,b<iO per annum; one hour from New
York per New llareu Kahroad.
T. B. SHEPHERD, Ml Broadway.
TO LET? THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN NEW JERSEY-A
two and a half story siatc roof Cotlnge 1 10 rooms , w.tb
seven lots of eround, at Fair View, N. J. ; time, Bli minutes
to New York by Northern Rallcpad, from Chambers or
Twentv-thlrd s'.rert ferry; six and a halt mile3 from llo
boken; rent $!io0 a year. Apply to U. A. OREELUY, IS
Ornawtn avenue, New York. ^
TO LFT-SEVERAL COUNTRY COTTAGES. NEAR THE
city, along tho Hudson and i.'orthern Railroad or New
Jersey, at fSOO and upwards. Apply to CHARLES McMI
CHAKL, tif Green wic & street.
T'O RENT? FOR THE SUMMER OR FOR ONF. YEAR,
the Country Heat of John llone, at Morristonn, N. J. |
house iarge and fnliy furnished] stab!' s commodious!
grounds, gardens, Ac., In nerfect order. Apply to HONE A
NICHOLAS, 4o Exchange place, New York.
TO RENT? FURNISHED, FOR THE SUMMER. ON
hlgli gtoiind, ou t no north shore of sta'.en Island, a House
ront-.liilnt; eight rooms au.l kltchrn, wllh garden and or
( hard ; a pony nnd ph m ton ; cow and pou'trr will lie left on
the i rem prs ; to a good tenant rent moderate. Addiuss box
1,914 I'ost office, New York city.
riio RENT OR FOR SALE- AT TOM'S RIVI'.R, N. J.,
A an elegantly furnished House, wllb garden, delightfully
situated ou the river, and live inlles from the ocean ; bout
lug. bathing aud Hsblng; 1. oat to let with bouse; to a Ilrnt
class family will be rented nl a reasonable rate. Por parti
culars Inquire at St. ("loud Hotel.
TO RENT-AT WUITE PLAINS. ON BROADWAY, A
new House, with Id rooms and billiard room, completely
furnished; hot unu cold water ; stationary till s, enrden and
staolo. Apply to N. W1TUERELL, No. 2 Exchange court,
room No. 8.
TO RENT-A SMALL HOUSE, WITH MODERN 1M
prnveuienta, at IUst Orange. N. J., only three minutes
from depot) reut f 1W). IknVL A CO., 10 Pine street.
RENT? AT BTATEN ISLAND, TWO MODERN
built Houses, near Snug ITarhor, with modern improve
ments. HOWE A CO., 10 Pine street.
AK(1A -COTTAOES TO LET, AT WOOD8IDE, L. I.;
JpUU". 8 to 1'2 rooms eaoh; the location is genteel,
healthy and easy of access. SAMUEL D. MACK, Thud
avenue, corner Seventy-sixth street.
nnn -COUNTRY RESIDENCE O.I LONO
tpOiUWU, Island, IJ miles from city, elose to depot;
six acres, very good buildings; terms ensy; will exchange
for eltv property or merchandise ; also a large list of Farms,
Taverns, Urlst and Saw Mills to exchange.
F. FLATAU,
No. 2 New Chambers street, corner Chatham.
ScTnTTn" will^but oooir FARi^rju- ACREfn.
sjpu.wUU near depot Long Island Railroad | led acres
nnuer cultivation; usual farm btuldlugs. Torms easy.
PAUL r. TODD, 56 Libert)' street.
"REAL K8TATK TO BXCHANIUU
A -TO EXCITAl<OB? FINE FARM Of ? AOBFS, IN
. New Jersey, for Western or Southern Lands nnd some
cash. No ageuts. Address box 40 Jersey City Post office.
i EXCHANGE.? A FIRST CLASS FARM AT BOUND
J Brook, containing 180 acres, under good oultlvatlon i oul.d
lugs all In good order. J. O. HOYT A SON, 1"1 Broadway.
IjIXCIlANGE TOR WESTERN LAN DS? FIRS I' CI. ASS
!i Jersey City Tenement Property, near ferries; two
Houses, rented In floors to to d truants.
J. O. HO\ T A SON, 171 Brosdwsy.
17?OR SALE OR EXCHANiJK? THREE 8TORY RRIC K
lioii'e tu llaiiem, If.8x4.'tl0ti; will take a Family Turn
out, flue t'lauo, Slik and Lace Curtains, Diamond Jewelry.
Ac.; balance on mortgage. Address MANSION, Herald
office.
Ij'OR SALE? OR WILE EXCHANGE FOR NEW YORK
X1 Property, a splendid Kami of 80 acrea, situated In the
village of North Stamford, within five robes of Stamford.
Conn.; a good dwelling house, outbuildings aud pienty or
trult ; a splendid river runs throuch tbetarm. lor further
particulars apply at Mulbeiiy street.
I/'OR SALB-OR EXCHANGE FOR BROOKLYN PRO
prny, charming Country Seat, (Islightfuliy located on
Long Island, with water front; commodious modern dwell
ings, splendid outbuildings ; about 75 acres land, hlgnly oiiitl
valed ( nru.t in abundance; cunning, ft.ihlng, boating, bath
ing, tic. Apply to A. dor ItNKAV, No. 1 Pine street.
triOE SAI.E OR EXCHANGE? FOR I'ROPERTV in or
'* about this city, two Farms, containing about 400 acres.
In Dutei.ess county, ou the Harlem Itabroad. Apply to J. Q.
WILSON, Land Agent, 208 Hioailway, room No. 16.
I) ARTIES HAVING PROPERTY IN NEW YORK CITY
to exchange Inr country Improved Property will please
call <m or address 3BALLY k bliy., M LiborUr it rest, N?w
torlk
RfAL. ESTATE TO li VJHANUK.
SMALL HOU8E OR VACANT LOTS WANTED? IN NKff
York. Ilur.cm, Yorkvi.le or Brooklyn, In axoiiung", a*
purl payment, lor one of the lines* Turnout* In New York,
Conslstin;; of pair elegant, lUllsli, splrlte I. sound, kind, fast
bright b.iy Hor*e*,l5*i hiuda high, 8 and 9 year* old; Vic
toria toi' Buggy ; Robes, BLnkni; flue Harness. an g od aa
newand very stylteh. SO J Broadway, room 15, from 1(1 tot.
SiF.LL OR EXCHANGE? RESIDENCES, FARM8 IN
) New Jer*er, New York ;in citlex and country ; valuable
Ineral, Cement and l'alut Vropenlea In Tennessee; South
em and ffnim Lauda. MALIUX, 42 Juiin street
CELL or RXOHANdB -HOUSES, FARMH, LOTS, FAC
O torlen, Wood Yards, Shoe Storei, Grocery and Liquor
Bio res: Mortcanea bought and toll; Kent* collected, at
BEEli'S Real E?'ate ofllcr, 18 Centre street.
TO EXCHANGE? A MANSION HOUSE, W1TU EIGHT
Lots, In Brooklyn, for a place In New Jersey, convenient
to tbo city. WM. H. LOCKE, 167 Broadway.
TO EXCHANGE? FINE RESIDENCE IN MORRISA
nla, aud 480 acres prime Missouri Land for good Farm
In Southern Now Jersey or Stale of Delaware. Address EX
CHANGE, Herald oiUce.
REAL EST AT E WANTED.
A COUNTRY SEAT AND FARM WANTED? IN WEBT
cliester county. Call on or address, with price and ftUl
particulars, JAMES A. LYON, ITU Broadway, room No. 9,
third floor.
HOTEL OR FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT WANTED
W III purchase or lease. Send full particulars to box
8,428 Post office. New York.
WANTED? A BROWN STONE HOUSE, FROM $30,1)00
to $40,0CU, telow Thirty -fourth, l'rom sixth to Lexing
ton avenue j first class location. Address CASH, box ?06
Herald office.
WANTED- TWO BROWN STONE OR BRICK HOUSES.
In cood totality, between Third and Seventh avenues;
price about 4 50,0u0 for the two ; tbev must bo near each
other or adjoinln In rear. Parties wun desire to sell cheap
for oaab address B. H. HOWELL. 1)09 Third avenue.
dM? fTAA CASH WILL BF. PAID FOR A GOOD
conditioned small harm pleasantly and
lii-altbilr located. Address MEIUS, 89 Nevlun street, Brook
lyn, N. V.
SALES AT AUCTION,
Allen b. miner, auctioneer.
BY ALLEN B. MINER A BROTHER,
late HENRY H. LEEDS A MINER.
( Eitabllnbe l 1847. )
Ssle?rnoms, P5 chambers and 77 Reade streets.
THURSDAY ANI> FRIDAY, MAY 11 AND 12,
At 11 o'clock each day, at our Salesrooms,
i'5 CHAMBERS AND 77 READE STREETS,
RECEIVER'S SALE
of a valuable stock of linn Jewelry. Watches, Ac., Ac., cm
bracing complete Sets In Diamonds, Amethyst, Emerald,
Garnet, Saphlre. Ac., Ac. ; Lockets set In diamonds: Neck
laces. Guard and Vest Chains; ladles' and gentlemen's
\vatches. Bracelets, Studs, Sleeve Buttons. Ac., Ac. Will
be on exhibition Wcdnes lay morning. Particulars In time.
SATURDAY, MAY 13,
At 10M o'clock, at our Salesroom,
95 CHAMBERS AND 77 READE STREETS,
a large wnttUM of handsome Household Furniture, re
moved for convenience of sale. Particulars In time.
t'OTIOtf NOTICE. ~~
JACOB ROGART. AUCTIONEER.
THURSDAY. MAY II,
AT 10 O'CLOCK,
AT THE ELEGANT MANSION
003 FIFTH AVENUE,
CORNER OF FORTY-SECOND STREET,
SPLENDID HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
HORSES AND CARRIAGES,
RICH AND
COSTLY COLLECTION OF
OIL PAINTINGS,
ELEGANT ROSEWOOD PIANO,
BILLIARD TABLE, AC.;
MASSIVE MIRRORS, AC.:
LIBRARY FURNITURE, BOOKCASE,
BRONZES, STATUARY',
GAS CHANDELIERS.
DRAWINO ROOM.
One elegant rosewood 7 V octave, cvclola Piano Lender
mard A Sons makers ; ebony and silk Parlor Suits, in figured
reps; amnion Inlaid Chairs ; Auhtuson Carpets; velvet Car
rels; elegant lace Curtains; splcmliil large Frcnch plated,
ebony and gilt Irame I'ler and Side Mirrors; heavy sized
bens Window Curtains ; white linen Shades; Centre Tables;
Crouzo and nil* gas Chandeliers; bronze Figures, Cupid, Ac. ;
rhlna Vases, Clocks, mariilo Statuary, Crt-ek Slave, Ac.
CHAMBER FURNITURE.
Rosewood and blaek walnut Bedhtead* ; marble top Dress
ing Bureaus, Commodes, rosewood Armolre-n-Glace, llafr
and Snrlnp Matiresuo*, Cutta^i* Suits, llrnss Is Carpets, line
old Eugravuifc*, Toilet Crockery, Window Shades, Cutlery,
Ac.
LIRRARY.
Black WHlnnt Bon'ccases; library Tah'es nnd Chairs; a
fine collection of standard and miscellaneous Honks; largo
collection of fine old Oil Paintings, hy celebrated master*.
conservatory.
A choice collection of rare Plants.
DINING ROOM.
Flue covered black walnut pillar Extension Tab'e, Chairs,
Bullet, SUvernlated Ware, Crocker/ and Glass Ware, Ac.
BILLIARD ROOM.
One rosewood Iiildard Table, l'belan A Callcndar maker;
Balls, Cues, Ac. comp ete : Settees, Chairs, Ac.
PRIVATE STABLE.
One sorrel Horse, lis hands high, 6 years old; sound and
kind; very stylish driver.
One black Horse, 7 years old, sound, kind and gentle.
One sel of heavy gold mounted double Harness.
One set of sllverplalted Coach Harness.
Cine Landau, made by Brewster.
One Paik Phaeton, made by Brewster.
Bear Robe, Lap Robes. Blankets, Saddles, Bridles, Stable
Fixtures, Ac. : all the property of a private family going to
Europe.
N. B.? The sale will commence with the Horses and Car
riages. Catalogues with lull description ran be had on Tues
day mormn; ut the auction rooms, No.l North William street,
or at the otlkc. 5"t> Fil th avenue.
A BOO. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER.
Ofl.co and Salesroom l".7 N mmitii street,
opposite tbe Post nfllce.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
COUNTING HOUSE SETTING ANl> STANDING DEblCB,
SAFES, REVOLVING CHAIRS, STOOLS. COCOA
MATTING, OK KICK TABLES, Au.
JOHNSTON A VAN 1? ASS ELL will sell 1'ils diy, nl 1o;<
o'clock, at their sa'esrooru, 37 Nassau street, u lartte assort
ment ot Household Furniture, Ollico Furniture, Ao.
7S Sowing Machines.
S 6 cuska Ale iimi Porter, Ac.
Sll dozen Wooden Chairs.
uction^Ia lb? no hi tenth street,
between University place ami Fifth avenue,
one block writ ol Broadway.
EDWIN NICHOLS A CO., Auctioneers.
OUoo 10 Ulceckcr street.
THIS PAY (Wednesday), May 10, at 1 !6 o'clock precisely,
All the elccant and Drat class Household Furniture at the I
elegant tlvc story realdcnoe I J Tenth street, near Kilili ave
nue. 0*er $2<M.fl0 woith and over 600 iots mugnllicent and
cottly Household Kuiulture.
Magnificent rosewood 7W octave Pianoforte,
I'eHuliriti Parlor Suite, laiest style ;
Velvet, Brussels, Medallion Carprta;
Rich liionres, Work* of Art, Clocks, Paintings,
Brocatel and I.nce Curtain*. Pier and Oval .Mirrors, i -?nlnets,
Bola <1e Hole, Etageres, Turkish Chairs, Lounges, Bookcases,
Parlor Suits, covered with aattn brocatel, striped and silk
reps: Table, rosewood and wainut Chamber Suits, Bed
Stu^ds, Bureaus, Waithaiauds, Commodes, Spring und llafr
Mattresses, Sofas, ('hairs, Lounges, Hookers, F.ilenslon
Table, Sideboard, Dining Chairs, Glass, China and Silver
Ware t Cutlery, J u. Sale positive. Reliable men In attend
ance to carl or uaclc goods for purchasets at reasonable
charge*. ;t , .
Auction! auction! auction
This (Wednesday) afternoon, at IK o'clock precisely, at
tbe residence No. " West Tcath street, between University
place and Fifth avenue? E. NICHOLS, Auctln err Velvet,
Brussels Carpets. rmgniiioent rosewood I'lnuoforte, elegant
Parlor Suits, Tallies. Etagere*, Hook ases, Mirrors, Curtains,
Paintings, Umnirs, Clocks. Iledsteads, Koreans, H aahstunds,
Mattresses, Lounge., (.'hairs, Sofas, Sideboard, Exlenslou
Table, China, Glass an I Silver Ware; Table Cutlery, Ac.
Salo positive, commencing at 1>? o'clock precisely.
J. BLEECKBR. SON A CO.. AUCTIONEER^
. TUESDAY, May IB,
at IS M., at Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadwav,
Executor's aale at auction.
Ninth avenue, Home ami Lot, V o. 774, east side, between
Klrty-flrst and Fifty second streets; occuple I as store and
dwelling; neighborhood excellent; tali, absolute; teiuis
cash. SIDNEY W. OOOPLit, Executor.
Albf.rt b. wat.dron, auctioneer
Salerooms Ms Liberty and 111 Cedar strei Is.
Genteel liousebold Knrtilture.
ON THURSDAY, AT 1 0*4 O'CLOCK,
WALHRON A COOK K will sel. as above, a vtiy line assort
ment of second hand Knrullure; also part of en assignee's
stock of new Furniture, removed for convenience oi sale.
Particulars to-morrow.
ON Till RSDAY. AT 13 O'CLOCK,
at Ids and 111) Cedar street,
Horses, Wagons and Harness.
WALDRON A COOKE will sell as uixivc, at their new
Horse Mart 108 au II lit Cedar street, 10 bead of work and
road Horsca; a so Wagons, single and douli e Harness. Par
tlculars to morrow.
N1TQUE FURNITURES ?
and
Objects of Art,
On exhibition at the Sonirrvllie Art Gallery ifree), Fifth ave
nue and Fourteenth street.
A rare and curious collection of Antique Cabinets, Chairs,
Clocks, Firedogs, Ac.. An., of line old Bartolotzl En,;ravlnga,
and a few choice Oriental Carpets, selected in Eurojie lor
private use. Tbe whole to be sold Thursday evening, May II,
at 7)4 o'olock.
Auction notice, ukrard, setts a co. will
sell at auction,
on
WEDNK8DAT, May 10,
at 11 o'clock, at 68 Pnnefc street
( formerly carried on by tbe late M. Glbney und now owned
by Mr. T, Kennedy;,
ALL THE STOCK,
TOOLS, FIXTURES,
COUNTERS, SHOW CASES,
SAFES, SCALES, AC.,
IN THE SILVERWARE MANUFACTORY,
consisting of a general assortment.
Catalogues, with full particulars, can be had at the above
Premises, and of the auctioneers. No. 7 Old slip, one dour
rom Hanover square.
i PMUnWTBATORft' SALE -WILL RE BOLD HY ACC
J\ Hon, at the rubllo ii,:npnst. In the village of Myatie
Klver, Conn., on Thursday, May 18, 1871. al 2 o clock F. M.a
the following described Personal Property, vis.
i 61 Ship Dauntless,
4 64 Kara Sllaa Fn.li,
2-tii BrU Halt Columbia.
RICHARD if. WHEELER.* Al,m!nl,tr.tor,
JOHN O. K1SII, { A-iministrators.
A
Artist exhibition at the
SOMEitVILLE GALLERY.
A valuable collection of OIL PAINTINGS wilt be sold by
auction on FRIDAY EVENING, Msy lli. inoludloa a large
And Important wort, "RECEDING OK THE WATERS," by
THOMAS COLE.
Important examples by
W. T. RICHARDS, LAMBINRT, CARLHUBNF.R,
la croix, vo..r, (iKuKut. iiall,
LE VASSKt K, DIKFENBACH, I AIT,
UOGUhT, tROrSEY, VAN ELVKN, WINflLOW IIOMER,
and inanv others of celebrity,
now on vl?w, logMh?r with a very luteresting collcctlon
ANTIQUE FURNlrURF.
OBJECTS OF ART,
INDIAN CARPETS, AC.,
worthy the notice of
ARTISTS AND AMATEURS.
ASSIGNEE'S RALE. -
Will be sold by auction, at West Myetlc depot, in tfie
village of Myatlc litter. Conn., on ThursHav, May 18. 1"71, at
Id o'clock A. M., tbo following described l'ersoual Property,
vli. if Schooner Abble li. Campbell,
MA Schooner smack Monde:.
O. S. ALLYN, Assignee.
AUCTION? AUCTION-AUCTION.? ALL TIIE EI.E
gant, costl/ Household Knrnlture contained In the pri
vate residence M Wast Fifteenth street, near Fifth avenue,
(or sale. Magnllleent Drawing Room Suit, Pompadour style,
cost ?M0, for ihSOii; one do., ioO; I'lanotorte, coal if7J0, lor
B3<t; Paintings, Bronzes, Car|>ets, Etageres, Silvcrwaie,
Mirrors, rosewool, walnut Dressing Buiuaus, Redstea<la,
Wardrobes, Mattresses; sacrifice. Property family leaving
city. Ruyera will fin.i this ? better opportunity than aUgutf
In ingitw 0|[|^
halks at auction.
Auction kalh-at iu west twentt -third
street, tliln (WEDNESDAY) morning,
cominenclni: at 10J< o'clock.
LUKE nrZUKRALU, Auctioneer.
?t>2.'),no0 worth. MM lots by catalogue.
Fleuant, costly Houaetiold Furniture, Chlukerlnc A Fon
Pianoforte, Pier and Mantel Mirrors, fine oil Paint n?*, real
llronzi aud Bisque 1 inures, Velvet, Melallon CerpsU; real
Lace an I Brocatel Curtains, BUprei, Centre Tables, e'egant
1'arlor HutU, Pompadour style. Ladles' Writing Desks, Uuok
CMC, Ac.
Bedrooms consist, via. :?
Rosewood and black walnut Bedroom Pete, stvle T.onl*
XIV.; bedsteads. Bureaus, Wastelands, Commodes, Ward
robes, Tollei Stands, 'J5 curled Hair Mattresses, 8.
P. Klttle's celebrated Spring Beds, Pillows, Bolsters,
Blankets, Linen buret*, 8I1ijh, Turkish Easy Chairs, Lounges,
Clocks, Ac.
Dlnlnj Room conilata, rl*. :?
Magnificent Buffet, coal 8:VK); Extension Table, Chain,
Bllver ami Sheffield Plated Ware, French china Dinner aud
Tea Beta, Urns, Casters, Knives, Forks, Spoons Ac.
KITCHEN and BASKMENT FURNITURE,
Ice Box, Tables, Chatia, Ingrsln Carpets, Ac. Ktrangers
wishing to attend tbla sale take Sixth or seventh avenue cara,
?topping at Twenty third street. Sain positive, rain or slime.
Art notiob.
Superb Oil Paintings.
Hjr EDWARD 8CHENCK, to-iunrruw and Friday. May
11 and 19, at 60 Liberty atreet, at twelve o'clock each day, a
auperb collection of foreign sua American Paintings, by the
most celebrated artists. Now on exhibition.
BY M. DOUGIITY, AT'OTIONEKR.
Peremptory kale of superior Household Furniture,
Velvet, Tapestry, Brussels and Three-ply Carpi ts,
Two rosewood 7 octave Pianofortes,
Parlor and Office Desks, Bookcases, Ac., Ac.
M. DOUGHTY will sell this tiny (Wednesday), May 10, at
the salesroom 79 Nassau street, neir Fulton, the entire
effects of several families breaklns up, rl*. Rosewood and
walnut Parlor Bulls, richly covered and slip covers; rose
wood and walnut Chamber Knits, chestnut Chamber Suits,
with walnut irltninlugH ; two Frenoh Plato Pier Mirrors, two
rosewood Pianos, Velvet, Brussels and other Carpets ; Library
and Secretary Boonc.ntfs, two walnut Buffets, richly carved ;
Extens'on Tables to mutch, Lounges, Easy Chairs, pure Hair
Mattresses, Paillasses, husk and straw Mattresses, Feather
Beds, Bolsters snd Pillows, one line I'arlor Organ, together
with One Silver Plated Tea and Coffee Sets, China Dinner
ami Tea 8et?, Kitchen Ware, Cutlery, Ac., Ac. Sale positive
and well worthy of attention.
BY F. COLTON, AUCTIONEER.? EXTRA LAROIO SAl-E
Of Household Kurniture, 711 or 10 Carpet*. I'arlor Suits,
Pier and Mantel French Plate Mirrors, Pianos, Ac., Ac. This
day (.Wednesday), May 111, nt 10'$ o'clock, at the auction
rooms No. ??!l East Tliirteeuth street, near Broadway, one of
tlio largest varieties of Furniture, Carpets aud Mirrors, lo
gethor with every kind aud description of l'srlor. Dining
Room, Bedroom and Biseinent Goods, from more than 20
families. A large portion of Ills in good condition. Also
large number best Hair Mattresses. N. 11.- Tlie Carpets are
Irotn 70 to 60 In number, and will be sold about 'J o'clock.
Catalogues early this morning. Goods must be removed day
after sale, to make room to ar ran ;o for another sale.
BY MAX BAYKMDOHPn, A CO., ACCTIONI.lilt.S.
Will sell, I HIS DAY, commencing at ll'X o'clock,
at private mansion, 124 West Twrnty slith St., near IHh av.,
?Ii the elegant and costly Household Kurniture. many rare
and costly Works of Art, Cabinet*, Bronres, Paintings
Htatuarv, Ac., contained iu above mansion, viz. Kosewood
Pianoforte; Parlor NulU of tho lalcjt styles, covered In
flowered satlu and brocatel silk ; Rep Suits. Lace Curtains,
Turkish Chairs, Centre Tables, Mirrors. Ornaments, Clocks,
Ac.; also Diulnt! Room Furniture, Bullet, Kitension Table,
Chairs, Plate, Cutlery, Dinner and Tea Sets, l'rns, Casters.
Ac. J also Be lroom Kurniture, Bedroom Suits, In rosewood
mid walnut; single and double Bedsteads, Spring m il Hair
Hods, Pillows, Bedding, Bureaus, Wardrobe, Velvet and
Brussels Carpets, Waihstands, Ac.. Ac.; also Kitchen and
Basement furniture, In all MO lots, by catalogue, of useful
Household Kurnli ure. Hale positive, rain or shine.
MAX LAYiiUSDORlLK A CO., Auctioneers,
office 884 liowerr.
BY DANIEL A. MATHEWS, AUCTIONEER-SALKS
room ft 2 1 Broad wav.
ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD KURNITURE, MADE BY
WATER BURY.
The on'lre conlents of the private residence 14'* WEST
FOHTY-'l II I HI ? STREET, between Broadway and Suth
avenue, will bo sold
On FRIDAY, MAY 13, at 10)< o'clock.
Full particulars in future advertisements.
Barge at auction. -by authority of supreme
Court, I will sell to highest bidder, on Wednesday, May
Id. nt In o'clock, the lar^e WASHINGTON as sue now lies,
foot of Perry street, North river.
HORACE INGERSOLL, Receiver.
DV. 11. BERTHOLF, AUCTION EER? SELLS THIS
. dny, tit 2 o'clock, at 4r>4 Canal street, in continuation,
a lnrge <pt inll'y of Household Furniture, Ac., from faraiiloa
ami othei s removing, several Carpets, Parlor and Chamber
Suits, Be is and Bedding, French Plato Mlirori, Ac. Also
the balance of slock of Wm. Witters, retiring from the auc
tion business, will be ?r.l,lng each day until the whole Is dis
posed of. Also goods advanced on and goods ou storage.
First semi- weekly trade sale? Thursday,
May II. 10 o'c.l> ck A. M., to bn continued during tho
season 011 Monday an I Thursday of each week.
TUB AMERICAN EXOTIC AND BOTANIC GARDEN
CO. wltl sell at auction, at their sales depot, No 7 New
Church street, between Dey und Fulton. 25,000 Pots, con
sisting of over 100 varieties of choice Bedding Plants, Flowers
Ac.. 01 their own glow ng.
Catalogues on application a day iu aJvanco of each r.ala.
IMPORTANT BALB.
In chanenrjr of New Jersey: Pelween Jimes C. Ayer
ct al., complainants, and \\ Illlam Mldmer ct al , defendauta.
Sherill's sale of mortgaged Premises al
Gallagher's Hotel,
Jersey Cltv,
ON THURSDAY. MAY 11,
at 2 o'clock P. M.
Brown stone Ilouae, with stable aud garaen,
In Jereey City.
1. A Ibreo story House, with brown stone front. No. Rl
Washington street, "n the corner of Morris street. The h mse
Is lar^e and we I built, SSxtiO on lot '^7x126, w lb good cellar,
basement and attic. A convenient aod desirable resldcuce
for a gcoUcimm doing business in New York city.
2. A good hlable In rear of home, ou Morris street, lot iox
v?.
8. Immediately adjoining, nn Morris street, four vacant
lots, Vful lii each.
4. Adjoining, on Morns street, a small fram<; House, on lot
ttxllb.
The proi'erly conil'Ung of psrt of lot Bn, and lots 2", 5"!. S4,
M, 5ft, W, sa, on block H, on M auctn's map, will be sold lu
seven parrels, lot by lot, fo the highest bldtler.
Title good. Terms easv.
JOS. RANDOLPH, Jr., Solicitor,
Ub Moutcomery ttre-.t, Jeisey City.
r S. WIIJNIII RUI It, AL'OTJO NLFR, SELLS THIS
I, Hhtlml o'clock, at No. 18 Potrery, a quantity of
ronnJoe Meerschaum una Brlerwood i'ipet , alto a lot of
IffMli
I S. WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER SELLS ON
I. ffldilcWf, May M,m No. 12 Bowerv, at lOj-j o'clock,
41 barrel on I catkt ol WhUkeva, llrandlea, Dim, sherry mi l
I'ort Wine*, to pay itorage an J advance*. Alio t hauipagnea.
Case Liquori.
JACOB HOOAJl r, AUClIONEER-WILtT SELL TIMS
day, at lUJtf o'clock, at No. 1 North William and 210 Wil
liam an tat:
IfoiitnhoH Furniture.
Hlac.k walnut and mahogany SnlU,
Win iirobi a, Bureau*, hofai.
Chair*, Tab'e*, Ac., .to.
Looking OI**?e?, II uctel* Carpel*,
ln,;mln an<l Three-ply Carpeta,
1 1 air, lluilc an<l Straw Muttreiaei,
rrockery, Ac. Al* <
Thirty timet ltnpeilal Tea.
JOHN IT. AUSTEN, AUCTION EKR.
HAZARD, APTHORP A CO., Real Eatate Broker* and
Auctioneer*, will aril, at the aalesronm III Broadway, on
Turmiav, Mav SO, at U noon, all the Property, rrai and per
tonal, of the Long Feat Mliilria Company of New Vork. *ltu
ated <n War.i District, Colorado. For particular! apply to
tbe auctioned *.
MARSHAL'S PALE-MYER ELSAS, AUCTION F.ER- -
Hv virtue of nn etecuilor to me dltecleil and delivered,
I will *ipcse for tale at utibllo auction. May 1?, at 1M t'llnton
atr-pt. atll o'clock A. M, the following good*. to wit: *0
OoM Watchea and 13 line Uold Chain*. Hy order of
A. A ARONS, City Martbal.
A. l'LUMENSTFlL, rialolilTt Attorney.
OIL, PAINTINGS Af AUCTION, HY A. A. CALD
WELL.? Will *>-11 at aalaaroom, 6?S1 Broadway, near .lie
Grand Central Hotel, thl* evening, commencing at 7^
o'clock, u lar^o and valuable collection ot hoe Oil I aiming*,
liy eminent American and foreign aiii?la; choice Land
scape*, Marina, Interior*, lie h^loti* and lllttoryil i'aliultigt,
Ihr whole lorailng u compieic Gallery of Fine Art*. l'erton*
wauling good paintlQi;* ate rtapccll ully invited to aiteua Urn
eveulug.
I>AWNBROkl?R'9SALR-WATCHE8ANO.iEWELRT.
R. FIELD, Auctioneer, IJ1 Bowery,
will Mil, THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock.
Out) lott tlold and Silver Watche*,
Diamond and Cold .Jewelry,
Onn* atiri Piatola. Mu* ai Instrument*, Ac.
By orderof \V. Wilton A Co., Ill ilowery.
T>AWN BROKER'S SALE -THIS DAY. BY JOHN~Mo7C
A TIMER, 44 Knat Broadway, of 8uo lot* Men'* ud Wo*
inen't choice Clothing. Bedding an I other valuable Good*.
Order M. Dav.a, No. it Sul.ivan ttreeL
TJAWNBROKER'S SALE? THIS PAY, JAMES AGAR,
.1 Auctioneer, will a.'ll, a; J9 Now Bowery, fi. u l?<d* Men'*
it nd Women'* Clothing. By order of David feilheratlue, 40
Sixth avenue.
I) ICHA11D WALTER", AUCTIONEER.
V f I ai lie**, Morn Stock ami Future*,
Single and Double llnnieaa, Saddle*, Bridie*, Ac.
Will * ."II on IN edneailay, Mav 10, al lU W lit the old etlalilithed
llaTOCMltore, No. 171 Or" nd street, 16 eel* ol l.rat cla>t am
ple and Double Garnet*. Had 'let, Bridle*. Blanket*, Slice'*,
W hip*, Lap Robe*, Sponge*, Chamolt, Store Fixture*. Safe,
Ac. ; MM Top and no Top liyht Wagon*, Ac. Sal* lotitiro.
Richard Walters. auctioneer.
Loom*, Winding and (.unp Machine*,
Braiding Machine*, Ac.
Mortgage tale.? Will tell on Tburtday, al 11 o'clock, at
Broaoway, and Immediately afttrwarat at Broadway, the
Machinery of a liimp .ind Fringe Matiufaotorr, cuntltllnit of
Engine, I.onmt, Mik Winding Machine*, Gimp Maclilnea,
Braiding Machine*. Hind Loom*. Cord Wbei l?. Warping
Mlllt, Ac. JOHN T. BTEWAKT, Attorney for Mortgagee.
ohk Mrm saLr ok" d k* a n IT fan cT ooo n?7 a iSo
O lot FurniHire, tiarpeie. A<*.. by COLE A MUKFIIY,
S7'.< Fu'ton ttreet, Brooklyn, thi* ?lay. at 10X o'clock.
U DlNOEh. AUCTIONEER.
O, Eieoiitor'a *ale- -at auction,
THURSDAY, May l?, 1X71. at 12 M.,
on tlx1 ground*,
W) acre* of cliolee l.and,
tlie eatate of thr la'e Judye A. W. Brad Cord,
In Rye, \\ eaioheater county,
at the llarriton Maiion of the New Vork and New Haven
Railroad, one hour from the city, thirty minute* from Har
lem Bridge. Thi* well-known mate I* divided by broad ave
uu"? into
P ota of two to aeven acre*,
and, together with the
?pacloui Mimlon,
of 30 elegant room*, with the eitcnalve harn*. rirrl?"?
hou*e*. graper e*. comervatorv and B S4. 1U0 a<-re* of taato
fully adorned ground*, will be *old without rc-erve.
T?nn?? 40 per cent, ea*h ; ffl per cent mortgage live ye*'*.
Take the H an.t Iivja.M. train*, New York and New
Haven Railroad depot, comer 27lh it. anu 4tli ar.
PervoD* In attendance at toe house daily to ahow the
premi?e*.
. For map* nod circular*, applv to E. S. .IAQUES. attorney
fot eiecnt',r*, No. I) Chamber* atreet, or to
S. D1NUKK A CO., Auctioneer*, 2R Ce Inr ttreet.
CHI RIFF'S SALE.? R. FIELD, AUCTIONEER, WILL
**ll, on Tliur*dav, May 11, at II o'clock, at R14 Broadway,
a Itrge and valuable aatoriment of Stl'i Fringe*, tiimp*,
Co d*. T '*??!?; alto Machlnerv, Irrn s.iftt, Klitare*. Leaae,
Ac. By omer. MATTHKW T, BKbNNAN, bfatrW,
J a ?fa J UOMBLITON, Deputy, |
US. MASHAL'S RALE. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT
, of vendit onl eapona* to me directed and deliver" i, I
will tell at public au, lion, on the 10tl? day of May, al 11
O'clock M.,hy HURDEIT A DENNIS, Auetloneer*. at pl?r
No. 60, Notth river, loot of Motion alreet, the Propeller C.
Y. DA Vi N I'OKT, her tackle, Ac., u* *hn now lie* In tbe
water.? Dated May 1 ls?l.
HO. If. Hi! A RPR, U. H. Marthal 9. D of N. Y
tl l-.i
TVTM. W ITT E ItS, AUCTION ERR, RRI.LS, THIS DAT,
f f at 2 o'clock, nt <ISI Caual atreet, a lartn aaiortmeut or
Iloutehol l Fnrnttur* of every dMeriptloa, from famllle* re
moving; HruMel* and Ingrain Carpeta, Hair and other
Mallretie*, l'ler and Mantel Minora, Hod* and Beddiua;
I al?9 1.0W ru<U MUototh t?
AMUSBBKBNTS.
ACADEMY OF M USIC ? ERNANI.
BRILLIANT 80CCE8B OP TflK
BPRING ITALIAN OPERA BKASOM.
L. ALniTKK DIRF.CTOR.
WEDNESDAY? FIFTH SUBSCRIPTION NIGHT.
ERNANlt ERNANII BRNANIt
STATES, V1LLANI, ORLAND1NI, SUSINI.
CONDUCTOR 8IO. NICOLAO.
FRIDAY-FAUST. KBLLOOG. YILLANI.
SATURDAY M ATINKE? BALLO IN MASCHEBA.
MONDAY ? Revival of SICILIAN VESl'l.RS.
In Rehearsal. ROBI.RT Lh DIABLK and DON GIOVANNI.
Admission, mi : Reserve! Scat*, Parquet and Balcony, lB-j
Private Boxis, if 10 ; Fa mil V Circle. 60c. Scatl lecured at tli*
Academy, at 701 aad 114 Broadway.
J^INA EDWIN'S THEATRE.
TniRTY-FIFTH WEEK OF THE .SEASON.
Reappearance ol Mils L1NA EDWIN In the beantlful
throe aet Comedy,
^ RANK, ^ RANK, f ^ HANK. ^
MliiLINA EDWIN Doe Marnard
Mr. GEORGE CLARK 1'. an Mllea Uubb
supported Ijr
Harry Eytlnge a* Lord Plateglaaa, Mark Bateaai Curtli May
nard, T. E. Morris aa Squire Brnadrib, Hoi Smith ui Muni.
D'Cliatenay, Edwin WyDdbam ai the Hon. Jooelyn RaUm,
E. F. Taylor as Joe SkecjJi, Charlea Hale ax Fb*n Jon< i, T.
P. Cooke aa Tummaa Afcru ; Mlia Emma Ocrronlue ni Ludj
Plateglaii, MIm Kato Meluotte a* Sally Cllnetop, I. illy I'ler^e
u Sue Skeifgi Male and fi-ma'.e Peanuts, Ac., Ac.
MATINEE TOM KAITKDAY.
CTIl AVKNUK THEATRE. BKdINH AT 8.
tj Solo Leiieo and Manaeer Mr. AUflUSTIN DALY.
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENIN'I,
firit production hern of llartlwickn'i most charming comedy,
lu two acta, entitled the
BACHELOR OF ARTS.
Harry Jasper ibis original chura< lnr),
Mr. OHARLFS MATHF.WH
Mr. Thornton Mr. 1). WHITING
Andrew Mylle Mr. W. DAVIDUK
Frederick Adderly Mr. OKU. DE VliRK
Adidphua Mr. JOHN IttJRN ETT
James Mr. W. BKEKMAN
Mil. Thornton Miss KATE CLAXTON
Emma MIm LINDA DEITZ
nn. i on the mint evening will be ac'.el Mr ClIAKLES
MATHEWS' umuaiug mint .iy, In one uct, entitled,
OATH I'.RWOOD :
or, OUT of si .irr OUT of mind.
Mr. Uatherwood (bis original character),
Mr. CHARLES MATHEWS
Mr. Sponsrman Mr. W. DAi'IDUE
Captain rretivinun Mr. IIASCOMB
Mil Gatlirrwood Mia* k/VTK CLAXTON
M Cany MU? NELLIE MOKI lMl.lt
THURSDAY nnd SATURDAY EVENINGS,
"USED U 1"' ami "THE CRITIC" vi'or the last tlnu ?).
FRIDAY EVENING.
"BACHELOR OF ARTS" and "GATIIERWOOD" (laat
tlmea).
Saturday matinee, m tiu.ii past <>na,
??USED Ui"'
ami
"GAT1IKRWOOD."
Mr. MATHEWS In iho two pieces.
TCTESDAY N lull I' NKXT, May 16. FIRST PRODUC
TION here, after careful rebearsaia, of an original, new
comedy, In three ?cti by il. J. BYRON, Eiq. , entlt'ed,
"N<?T SUCH A FOOL AS HK LOOKS,"
to be given with new cceiierv, by Roberta, furniture a la
tuude and Mr. MATHEWS and all Iho compuny In tliu cant.
VflBLO'S GARDEN. DENSELY CROWDED.
IX Signal and brilliant hit of
MR. F. S. CI I AN FKAU
In hli new and intensely mten stin^ drama of
"KIT." I I -KIT."
"KIT," THE ARKANSAS TRAVELLER. "KIT."
"KIT," I I "KIT."
with it* faithful and vivid pictures of
MISSISSIPPI SC1.NES AND CHARACTERS.
The "Perfect tientlcman." I The F.cvee at St. Loult.
The "Dead Heat." I A MI?Hlulppl Steamer,
'lhe desperate "Sport." I A Howie Knife Duel.
THE GREAT TABLEAUX NIGHTLY ENCORED
and approved bv dcus ly crowded audiences aa "iituatloua"
of rate power au;l lingular beauty.
I The abduction of Kit's little dntuihter.
It.? The "Li'.tle Dilliculty" at tho St. Loula Iltitel.
HI.? The Levee Sc. ne, with ltuMnjjlnc and dancing.
IV.? The departure of tbo Mcdora.
v.? The ijtW.OUO game of ??bluff. "
VI.? Kit'* recognition of Llttln Alii*.
VI I. --Tne explnalon of the Menora.
VIII.? The great Howie Kulfc Duel.
MR. F. 8. CHANFRAU al "KIT."
Glvea ns graphic and truthful a port rn II lire of character a*
were lui I'Hnious personal foul of "Vote" or "Sam," and hai
already achieved in thl* freilier triumph
THE "HIT" OF THE YEAR.
KIT MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.
PRICES? ADMISSION 75c.
RESERVED DRKSS CIRCLE -tt I HO
SECURED ORCHESTRA CHAIRS 1 ijO
FAMILY CIROLlS 6m.
fVOOD'S MU^EUM. THIRTY CENTS.
Y\ ADMIbSD'N - J oK IIIXP.
JOSOtl'll Mi.RPI Y,
in Irish, Dutch and Ethiopian dlalectl.
S'liigi, Dunr.es, Skctcbei, Ac. HELP.
UELlTvERY EVENING, ANDSATURDAY MATINEE.
L,LI" JItisKK TO-DAY AT -J P. M.
MA1 UNCLE T??M'S CABIN.
Bowery theatre.
BENEFIT UK MR. CHARLES FOSTER,
TWO
of Mr. Char'e* Ko?l >r'i very !>esi
8ENSATION DRAMAS.
TllIRO NIGHT uF MR. EDWIN R. DALTON.
GREAT DRAMA. 1 NEW YORK
NECK AND NI CK. HERO LARS.
MUST SUCCESSFUL DRAMAS OF TIIF. DAW
To-morrow btcuIiu. BENEFIT OF MR. J. WINTER.
Friday evening, May 12,
THE ANNUAL BENEFIT Or MR. JU11N J. JONES,
Treasurer.
C~1LOhii THEATRE, 728 BROADWAY.
T 728 GLOBE. 7*8
GRAND FAMILt MATTNKF.
All the Mamuiotli Company appjar tu a pleasing and
varied bill.
RHhRIDAN ami MACK.
thn graceful m il arilstiu sutii and dance men.
M isa JENNIE Hl/GJiES,
the pleasing v oca JUL
Mill ALICE SOMKR8
In her Clog Danes.
All at the M t TINES TO-DAY.
FRED and EVA COSIELLO
on tbc Flyln ? Trapexe.
Mr. J. T. BRYANT,
the great Ventriloquist.
Slgnor CARON and HONS*
Posturing Act.
Hart, Ryman, Harney. Sam Rickey,
yullter anl Uoodrlch, Marie Rnnlfsoe.
MATINEE. MATINEE MATINEE.
EXTRA NOTICE.? TO-MORKOW (THURSDAY; N1G11T,
first time of the new drama,
THE TEMPTER FOILED,
lu which Mr. JOSH HART will appear.
MATINEE ON SATURDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
AT Hi P. M.
N"EW YORK STADT THEATRE. 45 AND 47 BOWERY.
Tbuisday, May 11, and Friday, May 1J,
Mcverheer's (fraud Opera,
1/AFR1CAIN.
Hid. LOITSE LICHTMAY In her great rolo as SELICA.
Box uOice now open.
RS. F. B. CONWAY'S PARK THEATRE, BROOKLYN.
THIS EVENING,
M It. K. T. 8TKISUN
IN NECK AND NECK.
SATURDAY. MAY 13, NE< K AND NECK MATINEE.
M
rrONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE, 301 ROWF.RY.
1 GRAND MATINEE
ORANI) MATINEE
OUAND MAI IN I 1.
(IRANI) MATINEE
OUAND MAL1NEE
TO DAY,
TO-DAY.
AT !'(i O'CLOCK.
AT O'CLOCK.
TDK UREAT ANNIE IIINDLE
In her new Soni;i and Change*.
Till. NEW LOCAL DRAMA,
THE DRESSMAKERS
OF 'I HE BOWERY.
THE .111 ? AND CLOa, C LARKE,
HUGH FAY. KATE EMMKTT,
TONY PASIOK and star Troupe
In a Grand Gala Mat.. ire Bill.
BRYANTS' OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD STREET,
between Suth anil Seventh ave., near Hunt'.'* ?l ?a.rc.
Every evening at 8, and Saturday matlnru at 2.
BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. 7 CHALLENGE DANCE.
BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. I CHALLENGE DANCE,
RRVaNTS* MINSTKELH. I Streets of New \ orlc.
BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. j Streets of Ne? York.
BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. I Streets of New ? orlc.
BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. | Nei.e Keymour, Davo RMd,
Mc Andrews, Warren, lirncfcwav, Stanley, Norman, D'Ai
uem, Collins, Oakcs, Jaeknon, Little Mae.
DAN BRYANT In the CHALLENGE DANCB.
Kauiliy Matinee Saturday, at D o'clock.
/ 1 EN TEAL Mil WARDEN.
SUMMER NIGHT CONCERTS.
GRAND GALA OPENING.
MONDAY EVkNING, MAY 14.
THEODORE THOMAS AND HIS UN RIVALLED
ORCHESTRA.
A SPLENDID PROGRAMME
Admission Fifty cents.
Package of 12 tickets Four dollars.
JOHN KOCU A BROS., Proprietors.
Tlekets now for sale at Schiroier'*, Scbuberth't, 114 Broad
way. and at Central Park Garden.
HAT 7te
7 4o ? ?
744 744
74a DR. KAIIN'S MAGNIFICENT MUSEUM, 71}
745 714
7 4ft 745? BROADWAY ?74ft, 744
74ft 7 U
74ft opposite Axtor place. 714
74ft 741
744 744 744
A SPLENDID LOT or COSTUMES FOR SALS ? THE
property of Betty an I Emily Rtal. premieres daDS eases ;
all In good condition ; reason for se'iine is enrlv dejparttir*
lor Europe. Address or apply lu 111. I I V an I L'MILY KlilL,
No. til itleeck-T street. New York.
American woman suffrage association
MASS CONVENTION.
STEIN WAT IIALL,
WEDNESDAY, Miiy 1 ).
Morning, afternoon and evening.
Julia Ward Howe, K?t. Edward Eggleaton, ilrae* Green
wood, Moses Coll Tyler, LU'-y Stone, He*. Robert Col Iyer,
Phebe A. Ilanaford, 'John Whitehead, Elisabeth C burculll,
Henry H. BlarkweH, Mary A. Idvcrrn >re, and others, will ad
dress (be Convention. Dar session* treat Evening session
M cents.
HANNAH M. T. CUTLER, President.
Ltf'Y Stonr, Chairman Executive Committee.
INSTITUTION FOR THE IMPROVED INSTRUCTION
of Deal Mule*.
An Exhibition of our pup!;*, t!lu*trai nf tlie method of In
MriH 'ion hv arttenlallon and lip rea'lin*, wid lie ^iveti at
Irving Hall, corner of Kl te' uih street and irvm^ piaae, on
Thursday evening, Hth Inst, at 714 o'dKk,
The public are rcapwtfuliy invite, 1 to attend.
MAItK BL. . MENTHAL, M.D., President.
1.1RNANI," "FAUST," *0., COMPLETE FOR 91. DIT
ly SONACO.'S $1 e union ot Standard Operas. Fall i i.iuo
ami vocal scores, with recitatives, English and ita'lan word*,
puce $1. Also Librettos ol a I the Oj eias, words and musie,
price Dc. each. DITKON A CO., Publishers 711 Broadway.
/ > UITAR, VIOLIN, PI AN ft, SINGING. LESSONS. FBI
VJ vate, day and eveti n>(. Auioil-an Noimal Musical
Conae.rvatory, Sijtli avenue, corner Thlrty iifth street.
Prtu. J.JAY WATSON, Musical IMrecior. Call.
A VINK ITALIAN VIOLIN W AN I ED ? A DDKI'-'S,
A. wlih prlee and description, VIOLIN, Herald ylltoe, sut?
1 to? wheq ftUli wktr* r.?U? u?a ?<.*%
YY
AnP^KnE'TT*.
r allack's
Proprietor and Manager. *r- LKSTER WALLAG?
Till!* EVENING,
Mr ff S. Oil' -rt'n "orn dy,
RANDALL'S thumb.
Pronounced by
PRF.SH AND PURLIO
one of th* very
FTNI '"T OF I II K VUI1I. HM I'nupnlM
JOHN SEHO.N.
?>NOPHIP DP BOF.NKRY.
ACT !.
Garden* of the Beaelilnr.tou Hot. 1'j t>ul In tha
Dlitance.
(Inherwood, Kvarnt and J. Hlllyard i
ACT H.
THE CLOMP ROCKS*. WITH VIKW <it THE SEA.
(Ocorue Kvanr)
TUK BIBB OK THE TIDE.
A< T III.
GROUNDS AND HOUSE AT BF.ACHINGTON.
TIIK VILLAIN UNMASKED. AND
A CLEAR FIELD FOR KKi.INAU).
SATURDAY. MAV 13.
RANDALL'S THUMB
MATINEE.
Carriage* for tha evenln* performance mar ba orders ?*
10:?l P. M.
w
ALLACK'8.
SATURDAY, MAT IS.
RANDALL'S THUMB.
MATIN KB
AW"
B
BEATS SECURED IN ADVANOE.
OOTIl'S lHBATRB.
EVBRV EVENING
and
SATURDAY MATINEB at W,
Slialupoaro'a grand rom intlo i'lav of the
WINTER'S
TALK.
MIt. LAWRKNCB BARRETT
LhONlTKN.
MR. MARK SMITH
AUTOLYCUS.
with a atronK distribution of the rest of the character*
Ki*atn aci-nmd aix day* in a'Kanr.n at the theatre, or atlfci
brunch ticket ofllco, at Dltion A Co. 'a mualc store, Now Tu
Broadway.
B
N. B.? Carriage" may be ordered at 10:10
(>i itii's theatre
SECOND
WINTER'S TaLB
MATINEE,
On SATURDAY, May IS, at I
ft 1 A THEATRE COMIyUE.
'lit TIIEATRB COMIQOTL
Broadway, opposite St. Nloholaa.
BUTLER A QILMliRfc Manum
I i RANI) lAMiLY MATINEE THIS AFTERNOON.
MATIN KB, M ATI NICK, MATINEB,
MATIN KB, MATIN KK, MATINBR,
MATINEE. MATINEE, MATINKM.
AT 2S O'CLOCK. CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
The favorite Comedi m,
Mr. OEORGE C. DAVENPORT,
will appear In the screamln", Faroe entitled
THE IRISH TIGKR.
Mile. VENTAROLB, Mile. BERTHA,
THE GRAND KALLKT TROUPE.
"My Father Sold Charcoal." GOINO TO THE FIGHT.
Mil--. JERALDINB and LEOPOLD.
TOGETHER WITH THE REGULAR COM PA NT.
Afternoon -Dnora open at one; curtain rlaca at HX.
Evening? Performanre ut H.
SKATS RESERVED IN ADVANCE.
SPECIAL NOTICE.? The moat extravagant novelties !?
preparation.
0
LYMPIO THEATRE.
POSITIVELY LAST NIGHTS
OF AUGUSTIN DALY'S GREAT DRAMA
ri
MONDAY, May H.
It | TUESDAY, May 9.
WEDNESDAY, MaylO.
THURSDAY, Mar II.
FRIDAY, Mar II
N SATURDAY. May 13.
LAST MATIN EES
WEDNESDAY, May 10, and SATURDAY, May U.
G. L. FOX a? SUNDOWN ttoWHB.
MISS AGNES ETHEL at MED.
Mondav evening, May I ft, wilt ho presented a new adapts
tion of Harrison Auiaworth'ft o?lebrai"d novel of
JACK SIIEPPARD.
with entirely new icenory, cnjtumoj auit
A Powerful Company.
0
LYMPIO THEATRE.
MONDAY,
0
LYMl'IO THEATRE.
| AST MATINEE BUT ONE
ok
H
obizon,
UUUBTIN DALY'S OB EAT DBA MA.
/I L. FOX.
Ix.
rilllid WEDNESDAY, AT 2.
AST MATINEE SATURDAY, MAT 13.
KOUBED SEATS ONE DOLLAR.
L
S? ___
/"* BAM D OPERA HOCfcl*.
IT LAS l n.N MQHTS OK
aim kb, i'kksim. aAraan
an I the pomuar and successful
OPERA BOUFFE TROUPK.
WEDNESDAY.
LA HKLLE HELEN R.
THURSDAY? BENEFIT UP CHARLES ESTBVX.
LKS FOLIKS DRAMATIOUEU.
A Musical Olio In wbleb Mil -. AIMER, M. OALSINS aad K.
M. CAYLA will participate.
LB MABIAuE AUX LANIEBNEB.
FRIDAY? LE PETIT FAUST.
SATURDAY BENEFIT OP I!. TIS.SINOTOJT.
FIB8T ACT LA PERICHOLB.
(IRANI) CONCERT.
FIRST ACT LES HRIOANDS.
SATURDAY MATINEE-BAB!^ IM.EUR.
R' NDAY-NINBTKKN IH GRAND CONCERT
by JAMES HSK, Jr.'* famous NINTH RE1 II M ENT HANR.
aoslstxj by M!ie. AIMEE, Miss N ULLY PEIBISand Mr. J,
LEVY.
EWCOMB A ARLINUTON'S MINSTRELS.
NEW OI'BKA HOI SB,
Tw nly eighth street, corner of Broadway.
every nk;iit dubinii the week.
FAMILY MATINKE EVERY HAICRHAY AT TWfc
First npuoarnni e of the pnnur Comedian,
MB. WALT KB BRAY,
AT
THIS BEAUTlFt L PALACE OP AMUSEMENT,
now b- Inc visited
BY THE EI.1TK AND FASHION
OF
THE GBEAT M'.TBOPOLIS.
NEWCOMB A ABLI NOTuN'i OPKBA nOUSE.? TM?
?liarrulnf little mlns'rel nail is already ail Immense nieces*,
and *-vldeolly supplies a lonj fe't wain. The programme la
a good oni*, and ? moat w.innerful thing to be said of min
strelsy -comprise* tome renlly orti',ln:il feature*, especially
la tho wajr 01 repartee and jokes.? New York Herald.
Newromb A Ar!ni|?t n's Mlnnrel Hall, Twenty-elghUk
street und Urondway, Is a irst class piaca or arauaemom in
evry s>-n?e of the word. The performaneei are in everyway
*n;oyah!e and wortbv tbe patronage of the best c.ass of cU t
lent.? New York World.
Boi o.Uce open from 10 to 4 dully. Beulns at 8 o'clock.
FAMILY MATINKE EVERY SATURDAY AT TWOl
N
1.003 ?,FTH- ?
UK AN D GIFT CONCERT AND DtSTBlBUTIOM
for tb* b*neflt of tbe
FOUNDLINO ASYLUM OF 1'iIE SIFTERS OF CHARITY
In the city of New York,
and Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphan*' Home,
Washington, D. C.,
to be beld In Washington, D. 0., under and by virtue of %
permit from Hon. Commissioner of Internal BevenM^M
Wednesday, Jane 7, 1671.
Tb* following Gift* will be awarded by tbe Commit
"?-story Rr!ck House, 6lt N. Calvert at., Bait VSUM
2 MO m:res of Timber Land In WMb. Co., Md.. with
8 dwelling ana saw mill, lying oa Cbes. A Ohio
Canal .T. MM
3-story Brick House, U'i lloitou St., Halt. 16>M
S story Brie* llo"S?, 410 t'onway *?., Ba't 7,409
1 Fine Residence near l,uvau*l?WB, 3 mile* i'rom
Hail. City, on fasten ;er R. W 1],W
3 do. do., natne loca'lou . ..
7 Lots Adjoining abov* suburban pn purty, 43,900
each
Cash < lifts
itlti.tiUi bonds Biown .vllle Prt clnct and Llucolu Co.,
Neb., 1 per e?m. ((old Int.
?4, (smi I', iv hood*, il0,tX) i N. C. State bond*, 110
?I :ires National Mee. Hani, Bait : 100 unars*
Clil/ens' National Hank, Bait.; I'X> shares Nur
thrrn Cent. R. R. ; 100 iharo* Krie U. K. ; ?1l sh^ree
Bk.I. an. i Ohio B. B. : LU scares 1'blta., Wllmiuf
ton A Ball. K. R.
tJ.OOU I h-kets on'y will bo ?oM, at $R e?ch.
Hon. 11. M< t tl.LO, Oil. of Eikton, Md.,
Major GEO. T. CASTLE, Bulli?iur?4 Md.,
I Ijm
MM
CommlasM
Hon. JA8. 8. NEOLEY, M. C? rilttbuigh^ 'trtiilMk
Reference*. Mai. flen. D. Hmiler, C.S.A., Washtn^ten,
D. O.; lion. ,1a*. S. Ne?iey, Pittsburg. Fa. 1 Ktrs? Nali??i
Bank, llagi ratown, Md. ; Appl"tnan x. Co., Ilanker*. ''sge?
town ; Umtegrafl A Sons, ilaui'rttoivn; Hon. K. J. 'treaj.
1st* Attorney (ii-neral, Baltimore; F. A^ blx' id,l ?*?
O. nr. Balu ; John li. Kowi r, i:sq. i W. H. Kyers. of W. U.
Myers. A Uro., Ksohangc tinea, K?R , ?
needs of tb? above Ke.il l.slate aertlhcd to hy coansai i?
ban. is of tbe Trustees. .
Ttekeu and o rcular* can bshs< Ap>nt<
Stationer i'ri'uler, f?o. 31 ^ >ew *?**?
and at tbe newssUc I* ?'^4sliIIoU<*
order* br tnall rscelve prompt alt. nti >u.^ ^ ^
naKlitB~MAGl7a BE.VOVAU,
pABLOll MA tv. nviiTZ'
|-WjHi^ KKTOStToBY f
KE MOVED TO
7<;l B ROADWAY! f
ne-*riv opposite his old ostabllsitmopt,
BB BATHS I' NOYELTIKH IN THE WORLD,
Call or send sump for a prluo tut ol woodera.
Tiib anniversary exihhition of the
N!<w SOUK I.NSTIn riO.N F?)R THE BLIND,
c ins'stlnn of Vocal an.t Instrumental M.?slc, Llie. iry Krff
ciies, ttu.. will he beld at Stelnwar llui on ThurwUy
evonin . May U, U71. coauueuola* B q'tlo?k. AdmlaeitA
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