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Font .Side. -FIRST CLASS DWELLING HOUSES, CHOICE L0 calltles, for cale, very low, by WILLIAM TUUKKR, .SO Firth nrouue, ab< vo Tu entvalxth street.? Near 5lb avo pue, on ytit!i s:re :t, ::a,0tn> : Wth street, $35, DIM; 3i?th slreet, 8<2^U0iiH'l Vv'c Ht 88th strr t, ij-l'j.ono ; Sfih street, 6th an J 6ih avuuui.a, $30,000; West 4bth street, *SJ,IHH>; 61st street, $JI,U 0 i also a large number of others. A? NOW IS YOl'B TIME TO PURCHASE SPLENDID . brown btono Houses at verv low 1Vurcs. Ari ly at ouce. WALDKON A ZXTl'EL, 1,016 Third avenue. A WHOLE FRONT ON WEST SIDE OF MAIISON avt nue, neur Kl^l.tieth street, only $110,000, and SiO.iluO cash required. ALTAI! BEE3E A SON, 69 Liborty street. A SPLENDID PLOT AT NINETY FIFTH 6TREET and Madison art-Dim ; 4 on avenue and 8 rear ; a bar gain. ALVAH BEEBE A SON, 60 Liberty street, N. Y. Fob sale-the first class full bized brown itune House, 836 Madlion avouue. Apply oa the premises. Fob sale? an eleoant brown stone house, on Forty-second street, near Fifth avenne, furnished complete. HOWE A CO., 10 Flue street. HOUSE FOR SALE OR to LET-ELEVEN ROOMS and basement, at Forty-seventh strett, boiwe<:n Second and Third avenues. Inquire oa the premises or at 7n7 Second avenue. PH. BBOWK. Third avenue stobe property for rale-at a bargain ; also first class Tenements that will pa/ 10 per cent on Investment. SAMUEL D. MACK, Thlru avenue, corner Seventy-sixth street. Thirty-ninth street, near park avenue? Modern, new, four story, medium size Dwelling; all Im provements ; perfect order ; price reasonable ; terms easy. Also a revised list of Dwellings for sals, at lowest market rates. V. k. sTKVr.NSON A SON, 11 Pine street. 4in nnn will Bu,f clam three story House; blah stoop; all modern Im provements ; Fiftieth street, near Th'r.l avenue. Terms easy. PAUL P. TODD, bit Liberty street. W est milei A bargain.? a fourstorv brown STONE. WITH en* fixtures and shade, lu good order, for $16,760. No. to 3 West Forty-seventh s.reet; oiicti irom 10 to 5 o'clock. FOR SALE-NO. 23 WEST FORTY-NINTH STREET, Hcijsp, W/th Columbia folleze lease of lot; Immediate possession. Apply to WILLIAM M. HOES, 61 Chambers st. FOR SAtiB ? THE THREE STORY ItlOn STOOP BBOWN stone House 121 West Thirty-second street. In perfect or der, with n'l tbe modern improvements. Terms reasonable, for permits apply to K. P. UEU1.1EN, 135 Laurens streeL or sale? the" first class house "and lot No. 60 West Hfty-second street, between Fifth audSixth avenues; possessiou on or before Kept. I. Inquire on the premises, or of S. W. JESSUP, 460 Broadway, corner (Jrand street. For sale? four story, brown stone high stoop House, on Fifty-first street, between Fifth and Birth avenues, 21 x5ii. full lot, on Columbia College leased ground. Apply at 62 Water street, New York. IriOR 8ALE-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. Fort.^kighth street, near sixth aveste. Desirable (our story, well built Dwelling, lOx.'iOxlllO feet, In order and well arranged. Also a revised list of Dwellings Cor sale, at lowest market rates. V. K. STEVENSON A SON, 11 Pine street. Al lUlaccllaticona. ?A.? FOR SALE, 160x100 FEET ON A CORNER; best In New York. Apply to ROBERT CODD1MG N, book stole, 86t> Bowery. -FINE CENTRAL PARK CORNER PROPERTY ? fbr sale low ; line view ; location unexceptionable. V. K. STEVENSON A SON, if Pine street. BKOOKJLYN PUUI'HUIY FOIt BALE AM) _,_r TO LKT. ERALD BRANCH OFFICE-BROOKLYN. Advertisements for the new york herald RECEIVED AT~BRANCH OFFICE, % AT NO. 4 COURT STREET, CITY HALL SQUARE. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 8 P. M. BROOKLYN CARRIERS AND DKALER8 CAN RECEIVE fUEIR PAPERS Al TI1E HERALD BRANCH DbLlV jSRV. NO. 7 TlioNT STREET, BROOKLYN. BROOKLYN.? A HOUSE IN ROGERS AVENUE, BE JJ tweeu Warren and Baltic streets : three story ; nine rooms; two minutes' Walk Irom Noitrana avenue ears; real very low. Apply to Mr. CALLIGAN, corner of Greene and Qrand avenues. TJROOKLYN PROPERTY -CHEAP; ONLY $700 CASH; X) No. 1,270 Lafayette avenue; modern improvements; balance by monthly instalments. Apply to CHARLES SEARS, 69 Kulton otreet. New Vorlt. CTourt STREET.? ONLY fi'irXKI CASH, nice three ) story brick House, with store; terms venr liberal ; also Store Property, on llurisou aveuue, to exchange for vacant lrt>UJ>r F'arm unencumbered. C. E. l'ONN ELLON, 116 Pacific street, Brooklyn. ?"~OR PALE-A HANDSOME BROWN STONE HOUSE, wt'li It rooms; all Improvements ; good order; excellent sllon, six minutes' walk from Fulton lorry ; worth ftl?,UOO; price $I0,fMtl ; mortgage $R,'2jO ; cash onlv $1,760. Address B. D. DOUGLASS, 61 Poplar street, Brooklyn. Fob sale or to let in bf.ooklyn-lots and Buildings suitable for manufacturing purposes, near the river; also Tobacoo Machinery; also Grist Mill and Ma chinery. Inquire at 1CBLSEVS stores, foot of Irving street. PROSPECT PABK PROPERTY, BROOKLYN.? F< ?R sa'e, those 12 desirable Lots, ur.eiioumbercd ; situate ! on Macomb street and Sixth avenue; or will exchange for improved property in New York or Brooklyn. Apply to Owner, 90 Pearl street, New York. J' lO LET-SI- COND~ FLOOR,- OF FOi'R ROOMS, IN L house No. 287 Raymond street, near Lafayette avenue, rooklyn, to a small lamlly ot adults; 16 minutes' rido by f niton or Flatbush avenue cars from Fulton ferry ; rent $25 per mouth. Advcrtisvr occupies balance of house. WANTED- $8?0 RENT FOR A NICE OIL FACTORY, with use of Kettles, In Brooklyn, near Fulton ferry. Call at 10vi Maiden lane from 4 to 6 P. M. rjO BLOOM FIELD STREET, IIOBOKKN.-A FIRST i O Floor, with two Bedrooms and bathroom, to lei; to a ?mall, respectable tamlly. JKIWIIY CITY, nOflOKKN, niTOHON CITY AND HERCjEN REAL K8TAT i:. For Sale. A BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE HOUSE, IS ROOMS, FPLEN didly flnlsLed ; five lots In gal-den ; abundance of fruit ; near Bergen square. Jersey City Heights ; $13,00.1, j art cash. Three llr*t class French roof Houses, on Tonnclle Home stead, $ >,200, 610,(l0ii, $16,61/0; each has large garden at tached. Genteel Cottage, 8 rooms, opposite Episcopal church, 98,426, one-fourth cash. JOIi.N U. PLATT, opposite Court House, Jersey City Heights. PROPERTY OUT OF TUG OITY FOR SALB OR TO KENT. A ? L<>NO RRANCH SOLE REAL F.PTATE AGENTS J\. In New York, FRANK (J. A DAVISON BROWN, 100 Uroadwav. Priuted catalogue inn'Iod free. Mi WANTING FARMS (OOOD SOIL) ADDRESS 0. K. LANOIS, Vlnelanj, N. J. A At rye.? for sale low oa TO let-cottage, 11 room*, all ronvenlenoes; high ground, flue view, l*rge garden ; five minute* from depot and Teaeb : 80 per com fan remain on mortgage. J. M. UALSTED, Rye, N. Y. At rve.-to let low -large house, h rooms, water, bath, fnrnnc", Ac. ; lar^e lawn, beautifully ehadod ; flni- tfardun, 'Taper/, ataules; abundance of fruit: five min ute* from ai ition. J. M. UAI?STED, Rye, N. Y. A CHOICE 13 ACRE FARM, OJIE MILE FROM LARGE town? 40 choice fruit trees, CO grape vluea, full bearing ; 1 home, barn. Ice home. A". ; beautiful location, very balanoe In three yeara. XV town? 6- choice irult trees, 10 grape < good house, barn. Ice house. Af. : lieatitlfnl location, very Healthy. 1'ilce $'.',r>0d, ca>h 81, *00, balance In f Address OhO. V ALKKR, Ea*i Siroiid*uuru, l'a. T NEW BRIGHTON, H. I.? TO LET, UPPER AND lower terraces, tbr. e furnished moiern Houses, $175, i, $250 per month, or reasonable per year; two large, rle :ant Hoi: -ten y.uO per month ; also lour modern unfuruiabo.1, "00 to $1,000. \V. A. COLLINS, 33 Pine street. A A MAGNIFICENT FARM OF 84 ACRE* -ONE MILE froiu the beautiful town of Kant Strouasbnrg; 10 ncres woodland. 74 nores under Hplemld cultivation i 14 acres wheat and r?ro, I) oats, 12 corn ; 1 acre potatoes, 1 aero witer Diel ons, .00 apple trei.i, plenty cherries, peaehei, pears, plume, quince*, Ac. ; sp'.on 'id buildings; large atone house, a rooms ; fine barn an.l all necessary outbuildings ; good water; .prloe, lududlu^ crop*. $7/00: hulf cash: balance eniy. GEO. WALKER, Last Stroudaburg, l'a. ; AT NEWARK, ? TO LET, A POBTIONQF A. HAND. JA. mutely furul?h?d House, neatly arranged tor separate housekeeping; larce garden, fruit and aliado Ire s; pleaannt location ; four minutes (mm New Jersey Railroad depot: rent from $80 to 040 per montb. Address O. F. Q., bos 117 Herald oiilce. PLEASANT LITTLE COTTAGE ON THE GREAT _ flouib Bar, Lon* Island, with one acre, fruit, good fish ing, sbootlug an I batblrrn ; very healthy : price $3,lfc.0. F. KELLER, 243 West Twentieth street AT NEW BRIGHTON.? TO RENT. ONE FURNISHED, one umurmshed Villa, with liable* ; most charming lo cation: acres of Land, Garden* to each, planted; lire min utes of lerrv ; lawn ; fruit and thade trees. O. O. BENNET, No. ? Fine street. AnoUSE TO LET -ON THE HUDSON, CONTAINING elfclit room*, furnlshud or unfurnished ; half hour from the oltv. Inquire at Mrs. MILNER'S bakery, M&) Broad er SUPERB COUNTRY BRAT OF THIRTEEN acres for $500 down and only $M) monthly. H?u*u an'1 ? shaded) healthy mile* In eiteni; niv one hour In New Jersey by rail; fare 12c. ; perfect llillo aradhe. I'rlo $8,KtlO. Room No. B, second floor, 84 !>ey it. c utbuliiiin,!" ; ground* splendidly fruited and sllnded i healthy as Mliiiien.iti ; view (water and inUudi for SO only " ' * " Para A" LARGE FIRST CLASS RESIDENCE AND OUT bulldlnga, with 80 acre* choice Land ; great abundance fruit, ?Undo, Ao. i beautifully located, freullug the Iluteou on the east aide | 2"> miles from elty ; for (ale or etcnange for buatnoae property or vacaul lot*. ' W. P. SEVMOl'B, 171 Broadway. A -TO LET, IN ELIZABETH, NEAR Tllh DEPOT, A /X. f;ne two *tory and French roof Honee, wltk cellar ; has all the modern Improvements and largel.it; will.* 'ei cheap to a good teuant Apply to IIENlll G, GAB AY, MM Third ave'iue, corner Fifty-fourth street 4 10UNTR* SEAT, NEW ROCH 3LLE. -FO* SAM". I V V change or lease, one mile nor:h depo'. M aires, wljh large fine mansion, 80 rooms ; a per ect country houie. Ap ply to owner, C. A. BURGERS, No. 4?i Broadway. CtOTTACP.S TO LET AT RU riU.RFTRI) PARK, N. .1 ; ) 8ft inlnutes per Erie Railroad, from loot of Chamber* street Ai.ply to owner, THOMAS R. AONEW, SCO Green wich strci-t. AST CHKftTKk.? to Let or lease, near two railroad depot*. a Farm, with large house and two cot tar* and outbuilding*. Apply to rETER A. H. JACKSON, lOV Fultou (treot TJINtlLF. WOOD. ?EXCELLENTLY FURNISHED HOUSE, I!i 11 rooms: modern Improveiueuta; one acre land; stable aoii garden, lie it $1,500. CUARLK8 D. KELLOGG, 115 II road way. I/LEOAKT FRENCH POOF HOUSE FOR ONLY fl.OliO y down and $50 monthly until paJdi one hour In New Jersey ; (nrclSeniiU; (pi*. )iot air, range, stationary wash tub*, bathroom, Ac. ; price only M7.UoO. ?4 Doty street, second A? J ??i *9, t PilOritKTx out or Tin? city pore nale Olt TO KENT. IjlNGLEWOOD AND PALISADES. ? CHOICE PROl'ER 'J Ilea for sale or rcut. FumUhcd House* fur Bummer. CUA.tU.EH D. KELLOGG, lib Broadway. B^AllM FOR SALE? OFW) ACRES, ALL UNDER CULTI vation ; coud fruit anil water; house two stories ; l-iren barn and carriage house ; beautifully situ ited on high (jrmin<l ; three miles from Kensico station and half mile froui White! Plains and Brouklieid road, now building; lor sale ohe*|\ Apply ut ?4i Sixth avenue, In hardware r.ore. FACTORY TO LET? ELIZABBTHPORT, N. J., WITH 8 ,-hurto power engine and macnlnery; acoRM by rail and water; moderato rent ; Immediate posa ?sion. J. C. DEN MAN, 918 Broad street, Elliabetta. FOR BAI.E, EXCHANGE OR TO LET ? T H R( H! O'S Keck, Westchester county, 11 miles from City Hall, Country Seat, with 56 acres, suitable for division Into lots or villa fites; ou the Sound, lire in.uutes' walk from h team boat landing, immediately fronting the water, with commodious brick stables, graperies and other outhouses ; house Is newly painted inside and outside and in perfect order ; large road and water frontal ; near the boulevard and Westohe ster depot : terms moderate and easy. Apply to W. H. MEAD, 67 Wall atreot. For sale? house and grounds at inwood, on the Hudson, 25 minutes by Hudson River Railroad from Thirtieth street: house (containing 14 rooms), hot and cold water aud gas throughout; stable and carriage house j grounds about 13 city lots, with a frontage of about 800 feet ou street ; erounda high, commanding line view of the Hud son; three minutes' walk from depot; terms easy. Apply to W. H. PLITNMR, 58 Wall street, N. Y. IpRUIT FARM? SO MILES FROM PHILADELPHIA, near New York Railroad ; 39 acres In the best of cultiva tion ; 7U0 peach, 210 pear, 100 apple trees ; 6 acres lu rasp berries, utrawberries aud blnok berries in full bearing; new (wo story nine roomed House, new barn, sheds, Ac. ; price ffij.i'OU; onrhnlf casu required; also Farm of 15 acres, $2,l)O0( Farm of 1" aeres, >$1,500; Farm of 25 Hores, $1,51)0. Address R. J. BYRNES, Haminonton, New Jersey. IjlOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE, FRONTING the Buy: wator front ; 10 rooms ; desirable residence for jui-'ilman ; 10 lulnutea' walk from landing, Staten Island; $?,S0U. DARR1N, ?0 Broad street. JIOR SALB-AT NEW BRIGHTON, ELEGANT NEW House; 11 rooms, wacir, rii", heaters, nin^e, Ac. ; tin# view of boy ; $8,000; terms easy ; novcn ui'nates from ferry. PARRIN, 50 broad street. FOR SALE-COTTAGE, BARN. ACRE RICH LAND; high, heulthy location ; plenty shade, fruit; Hurrotindinss good; SO minutes from North K'uore. ferry; $2,60(1; terms easy. DARR1N, DO Broad street. Furnished house to let-at bloomfield, n. J., seven minutes' walk from depot; p'azza ou three sidei; water In the house ; chcap rent. Inquire of E. 8. OS BORNE, owner, 4a Murruy street, New York. Furnished and unfurnished houses to let Yonkcrs, Kordhani, Rye, New Roehrlle, Newburg, Claro mont, Mont t'luir, Bloom! o'.d, Elizabeth and btaten Island. Permits ol A. JOURNEAY, No. 1 Plue street. HACKENSACK AND VICINITY.? COUNTRY SEAT8 and Cottages for sale and to let at all prices, near de pot ; send for printed list. E. M. MASON, No. 1 Chambers street. Houses, lots, country seats and farms for sale, to let, and exchange lu all parts of Westchester county. JAMES A. LYON, 170 Broadway, room No. 9, third floor. Houses at inwood, n. y. ; south yonkers, KinRsiirldce and Fordham, Westchester county, to rent, from $250 to #sfiK) prr annum. BLALEY A BR()., 84 Liberty street, New York. Magnificent country seat, water front, Rayslde station. Long Island, stone mansion, sixty aercs land under cultivation, will bo sold cheap or exchanged. Photographic views at 820 Third avenue. LIONEL FROEHLICH. Mansion housf, at yonkers on the iiudson, to let ? Contains 40 rooms, with pleasant surroundings; half a mile from depot. Immr diatn possession. WAHI) A OGDKN, Broadway, corner Seventeenth street. "VfORTH F.RN RAILROAD OF NF.W JERSEY AND west s'.ioro of lludnon Properties n specialty. Rare op portunities for residences, Investment or improvement. CHAS. D. KELLOGG, 115 Broadway. "PRETTY LITTLE PLACE, SHORT DISTANCE FROM J. the city, to rent, furnished, with horses, harness, wag on", Ao., and yacht If desired. A. C. LOOMIS 4_CO., 1,251 Broadway. SARATOGA STORES.?' THREE GRAND UNION HOTEL Store*; best location In Saratoga; tuted with gas, coun ters and nil Iving ; rent #401 to $7(10; hotel opens Juue 1. Ad dress URAND LMON HO I EL, Saratoga. STAMFORD.? LARGE HOUSE TO LET, SUITABLE for boarders or hotel ; H4 rooms; three minutes from de pot. Inquire of PRAS. LOCkWOOD, 6&4 East Twelfth St. STAMFORD, CONN ? PLACES, FARMS AND VILLAGE Property for sale. Also, to let, Houses, furnished aud unfurnished. Apply to ELBERT WHITE, Stamford, or CHAS. ATWOOI), Jr., 371 Broadway, New York. rjlIIE BEST REAL ESTATE EVER OFFERED FOR AN Investment or a Home. O. H. PIERSON, Anctloneer. By A. D. MBLLICK, Jr., A BRO., Real Estato Auctioneers, No. 8 Pine street, New York. Tuesday. May 16, 1871, At 12 o'clock noon, on the premises, absolute public sale of 200 Building Plots, on the Heights at RUTHRFURD PARK, forty minutes from Broadway, between the Broad Gauge Double Track Railroads, the Erie Railroad und the Delaware and Lackawanna Railroad. Easy walking distance from three atatlona. Plank walks th rough every street. Special train from foot of Ohambera street and Twenty third street, line Railway, at 11 :1ft A.M. Luncheon on arrival of train, Get maps and free passes of tbe Auctioneers and at the ferry on the day of tale. Splendid tnusio by Grafulla's full Band. TO LET A FURNISHED COTTAGE OK EIGHT rooms' Delightful situation, on lbs Highlands, over looking the Hudson, and but a short dliiance Iruui depot. Also a Cottage near, tame alxe, unfurnished, each having about two acres garden and lawn. Inquire 01' W . II. IKWIN, 14 lfoore street. TO LET TWO COUNTRY PLACES, SIXT&EN MILES from i'ltj lla'.l, In Westchester county, furnished or un furnished ; one large houte and five acres; tbo other a (mail bout" and half an aero; both delightfully s.tuated, near rail road and steamboat. Address J. M. Y., box 127 Uerald o01o?. TO LET AT RYE, HOUSES, FULLY FURNISHED, from 3 to 15 minutes' walk from depot; %6j0, w800. $1,00(1, $1,500 end Ifi2,b00 per annum; one hour from New York pur New Ilareu lUbroad. T, 8. SHEPHERD, ?06 Broadway TO LET? THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN NEW JERSEY-A two and a lialf story aiato roof Cottage (10 rooms . w t tj seven lots of ground, at Fair View, N. J. ; time, SO minutes to New York by Northern RallcPad, from Chambers or Twentv-thlrd a!re?t ferry; six and a halt miles from Ho boken; rent $1160 a jrenr. Apply to 0. A. GRBELKY, IS Greeiiwich avenue, Now York. TO LET-SEVERAL COUNTRY COTTAGES. NEAR THE city, along the Hudaon and Northern Railroad ol New Jersey, at IF200 and uowurds. Apply to CHARLES McMI CHAtiL, 6? Greenwich atreet. I'O RENT? FOR THE SUMMEIt OR FOR ONE YEAR, the Country Heat of John Hone, at Morrlstown, N. J.; houae iargc and fuliy furnished) atab! ? commodious; grounds, gardens, 4c., In nerfect order. Apply to IMNE & NICHOLAS, 4o Exchange place, New York. TO RENT? F URN IS IIP) T>, FOR THE SIMMER, ON high giound, ou the north shore of Staten Island, a Ilouae containing eight rooma and kitchen, with garden ntvl or ( hard ; a pony and phaeton ; cow and poultry will be left un the t rem sea ; to a good tenant rent moderate. Addi vas box 1,914 I'oat olGce, New York oity. mo RENT OR FOR RALE- AT TOM'S RIVER, N. J., JL an elegantly furnished Houae, with cordon, delightfully situated ou the l iver, and live mile* from the ocean ; boiit ItiK, buttling aud tlihtixr; 1- oat to let with houae ; to a 11 rat elaaa fumlly will be rented nt a reasonable rate. For partl culara Imiulro at St. Cloud Hotel. TO RENT-AT WHITE PLAINS, ON BROADWAY, A new House, with lii rooms and billiard room, completely furnished; hot and cold water; stationary tul a, enrden and utatilo. Apply to N. WlTliEKELL, No. 2 Exchange court, room No. 8. TO RENT-A SMALL HOUSE, WITH MODERN IM proreuients, at E*et Orange. N. J., only three mlnutea from depot | rent f lbO. HOW It A CO., 10 I'lne atreet. TO RENT? AT 8TATEN ISLAND, TWO MODERN built Houaca, near Snug Harbor, with modern Improve ments. U J W li A CO., 10 Fine street. rfirnn -oottaoks to let, at woodside, l. I.| 8 to l'i rooma eaoh: the location la genteel, health y and eaay of acceaa. MAMllEL 1). MACK, Third aveuue, corner Seventy-sixth street. <2>?) Ann -COUNTRY RESIDENCE ON LONG JrO.VM'V/. Inland, 13 mllea from city, cloae to depot; all arret , very good buildings ; terma eaay; will exchange for city property or merchandise ; alao a large list of Farms, Taverns, Uriel and Saw Mills to exchange. P. PLATAU, No. 2 New Chambers atreet, corner Chatham. A ( \ WILI* BUY GOOD FARM -itO ACRES? JJJt/.VUlJ near depot Long Island Railroad | lit) acne nuuer cultlvatlou ; usual farm biuidtuga. Torina easy. P AUL f. TODD, N Liberty street. 11KAL KUTATB TO EXdOAWnE. A -TO EXCHANGE-FINE FARM OP ? ACKFX, IN , New Jersey, for Western or Southern Lands ?nr some caab. No ageuta. Addn aa box 40 Jeraey City I'oat nOti. I EXCHANGE,? A FIRST CLASS FARM AT ROUND j ltrook, containing 180 aeree, under good cultivation \ out d Ings all In good order. J. o. u 1 ? V T A SON, 171 Broadway. TO XO HANOI FOI. WESTERN LAN Ds? FIRS r CLASS Hi Jeraev City Tenement Property, near ferries; two Houses, rented lu Boots I .a d truants. J. O. Hi >\ T A SON, 171 Broadway. IJIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-THREE STORY RltfCK . Hoo'c In llaiiem, lM?4.'?10u ; will take a Family Turn out, Hue I'lano, Slik and l.aco Curtains, Diamond Jewelry, Ac.; balance on mortgage. Address MANSION, Herald ofllce. BV)R SALE? OR W ILL EXCHANOE FOR NEW YORK Proper) v, a splendid Farm of 80 acres, aituated In the vdlaae of North Stamford, within live mbea of Stamford. Conn.; a good dwelling houae, outbulldluga and plenty of trull , a splendid river rune throuch (he I arm. For further pint. .1 apply at Mulbeiij street. IfOR SALE Oil EXCHANOE FOR HROOKLYN PRO 1 reriy, charming Country Seat, delightfully located on Long lalaud, with watar front; commodious modem dwell ings, splendid outbuildings; about 78 acres land, htgnly culti vated! fru.t in abundance ; tunning. A.ihlng, boating, bath ing, Ac. Apply to A. JOURNBAT, No. I Pine atreet. triOR BALE OR EXCHANOK? FOR PROPERTY IN OR 1 ' about this city, two Farm*, containing about 400 acrea, In Dutcl.eaa county, ou the llarlcin Kabroad. Apply to J. O. WILSON, Land Agent, 80S HlOSdway, room No. 11. PARTIES HAVING PROPERTY IN NKW YORK CITY to exchangrt tor country Improved Property will please call on 01 address DUALLY * bHV., M Lihorlf it reel, haw I T?rt? BFAL ESTATE T'l UX 'IIANOE. SMALL HOUSE OR VACANT LOTS WANTED? IN NEW York. liar cm. York) Ue or Brooklyn, in onohaug". a* part payment, for one of the lines' Turnouts In New York, Consfstin,; nf pair elegant, sWIIsb. splrlta I. Hound, kind, fast bright bay II.)r?e?, ilr^ hmds high, Sand II year* old; Vic tona toj ? Buggy ; Robes. RUnkei*; flae Harness. us i, oil as new am! \ery aty llali. 20J Broadway, room 1", from 11) to 8. QELL OR EXCHANGE-RESIDENCES, FARMS IN O New Jersey, N*w Y'orkjlii ciltc* and country ; valuable Mineral, Cement and l'alut Troperiiea In Tennessee ; SoillU ern and Western Lauds. MAUOX, 42 John street. QELL OR I' XCHANGK? HOUSES, FARMS, LOTS, FAC O lories, Wood Yards, Shoe Store-), Oroccry and Liquor Stores: Mortgage* bought and sold; Rents collected, at BEERS Real ts'ute oSice, 18 Centre street. TO EXCHANGE? A MANSION HOUSE, W1TU EIGHT Lois, In Brooklyn, for a place In New Jersey, convenient to the oily. WM. H. LOCKE, ld7 Broadway. TO EXCHANGE -FINE RESIDENCE IN MORRISA nla, and 4r0 acre* prime Missouri Land for good Farm In Southern Now Jersey or Slate of Delaware. Address EX CHANGE, Herald olllce. REAL ESTATE VV ANTED. A COUNTRY BEAT AND FARM WANTED? IN WEST chester county. Call on or address, with prleo and full Radicular*, JAMES A. LYON, 170 Broadway, room No. 9, llrd floor. HOTFL OR FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT WANTED W III purchase or lease. Send full particulars to bos I Post oflloe, New York. WANTED-A BROWN STONE HOUSE. FROM 83(1,(100 to $40,000, telow Thirty-fourth, from Sixth to Lexing ton avenue; first class location. Address CASH, box 208 Herald olUco. WANTED- TWO BROWN STONEOR BRICK HOUSES, In pood locality, between Third and Soventh avenues; price about IfeAO.OuO lor the two; they must bo near each other or adjolnln,; lu rear. I'arties who desire to sell cheap for cash address B. H. HOWELL, 000 Third avenue. <0 Knn ?AS" wILL BR paID KOR A oooo ffc/.t/uU comlltloned small Farm pleasantly and healthily located. Address MEIGS, 89 Nevlns street, Brook lyn, N. V. 8A1.E8 AT AUCTION* Allen b. miner, auctioneer. BY ALLEN B. MINER A HROTIIKR, late HliNRY H. LEEDS A MINER. (Eitabilsbe 1 1847.) Salesrooms, !>5 Chambers and 77 Reade streets. THURSDAY' AND FRIDAY, MAY 11 AND 12, At II o'clock each dav, at our Salesrooms, 1>6 CHAMBER* AND 77 READE STREETS, RECEIVER'S SALE of a valuable stock of Una Jewelry. Wntohe*, Ac., Ac., em bracing complete Sets In Diamonds, Amethyst, Emerald, Oarnst, Raphlre. Ac., Ac. ; Lockets set In diamonds: Neck laces, Guard and Vest Chains; lanlea' and gentlemen's Watches, Bracelets, Studs, Sleeve Buttons, Ae., Ac. Will be on exhibition Wednesday morning. Particulars In time. SATURDAY, MAY 13, At 10M o'clock, at our Salesroom, 95 CHAMBERS AND 77 READE STREETS, a large assortment of handsome Household Furniture, re moved for convenience of sale. Particulars In time. L'OTION NOTICE; JACOB BOO ART, AUCTIONEER. THURSDAY, MAY II, AT 10 O'CLOCK, AT TnE ELEGANT MANSION 603 FIFTH AVKNl.'E, 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 FI'RNITI RE. BOOKCASE, BRONZES, STATUARY-, GAS CHANDELIERS. DRAWING ROOM. One elegant rosewood 7 octave, cycloid Piano. Lender mard A Sons makeis : eliony and silk Parlor Suits, In figured reps ; aniHiun Inlaid Chair* ; A uluuson Carpets; velvet Car pets ; elegant lace Curtains; splendid large French plated, ebony aod gill Irame I'ier and Side Mirrors; heavy sized bens Window Curtains ; white linen Shade*; Centre Tables; Croiuo and nil gas Chandeliers; bronze Figures, Cupid, Ac. ; rhlna Vases, Clocks, marlilo Statuary, Creek Slave, Ac. CHAMBER FURNITURE. Rosewood and black walnut Bedstead* ; marble top Dress ing Bureaus, Commodes, rosewood Armolrc-a-Ulac*, llalr and Sprint: Maltrewos, Cottage Suits, llruss Is Carpets, line old Eugrani)),s, Toilet Crockery, Window Shades, Cutlery, Ac* LIRRARY. Black walnut Bookcases ; library Tnb'es and Chairs; a fine collection of can, lard anil miscellaneous Books; largo collection of line old Oil I'alntln^s, by celebrated master*. CONSERVATORY'. A choice collection of rare Plants. DINING RoOM. F'ine covered black walnut pillar Extension Table, Chairs, Bullet, SUvernlated Ware, Crockery and Glass Ware, Ac. BILLIARD ROOM. One rosewood Billiard Table, l'belan A Callcndar maker; Balls, Cues, Ac. comp ete: Settees, Chairs, Ac. PRIVATE STABLE. One sorrel Horse, 1ft vt bauds hlgb, 0 year* old; sound and kind ; very stylish driver. One black Ilorse, 7 years old, sound, kind and gentle. One set of heavy gold mounted double Harness. One set of *llverp!alted Coach Harness. One Landau, made by Brewster. One Park I'bueton, made by Brewster. Bear Robe, Lap Robes, Blankets, Saddles, Bridles, Ft able Fixtures, Ae. : all the property ol a private family going to Europe. N. B.? The sale will commence with the Horses and Car riage*. Catalogues with lull description <? iu be had on Tues day morning at the auction rooms, No.l North William street, or at the oiIkc, Kb Fifth avenue. A~RCn. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. Oflico and Salesroom l',7 Nassau street, opposite the I'nst office. EXTENSIVE SAI.I. OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITTRR, COUNTING HOUSE PETTING AND STANDING IM>liS, SAI LS, REVOLVING CHAIRS, STOOLS. COCOA MATTING, OFFICE TABLES, At). JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL will sell fiis day, nt 1"!$ o'clock, at their fa'esrootu, 87 Natsnu street, a large assort ment ol Household Furniture, OIUco Furniture, Ao. 75 Sowing Machine*. 86 calks Ale and Porter, Ac. SO dosen Wooden Chair*. UCTION 8ALB-- NO. PJ TENTH STREET, between I'niveisity place and Fifth avenue, one block w?st ot iiroadway. EDWIN NICHOLS A CO., Auctioneer*. Office (0 Biceckcr street. THIS DAY (Wednesday), May 1(1, at I !6 o'clock precisely, All the elegant and llrst class Housebolif Furniture at the elegant tlvc siorv residence l'J T' Utli street, near Fifth ave nue. Over worth snd over 600 .ots magnilicent and costly Household Furniture. Magnificent rosewood 7W octave Pianoforte, Beautifm Parlor Suits, latest style ; Velvet, Brussels, Medallion Carpel*: Rich Bionrea, Work* of Art, Clock*. Painting*. Brocatei and Lace Curtains, Pier and Oval Minors. Caninets, Bois ds Rose, Ktageres, tin kish Chairs, Lounges, Bookcases, Parlor Suits, covered with satin brocatei. itrlpeil and *ilk rep*; Table, rosewood and walnut Chamber Suits, Hcd ?tuada, Bureaus, Washstanda, Commodes. Spring and Ilair Mattresae*, Sofas, Chair*, Lounges, Rocker*, Extension Table, Sideboard, Dining t'balra, (llaa*. China and Silver Ware) Cutlerv, <lo. Sale positive. Reliable men in atleud anco to carl or pack good* for purchsier* at reasonable chart w. Auction. auction. apction, Thl* (Wedneiday) afternoon. at IU o'clock precliely, at Ibe ri-*idenci) No. 2 tt'eil Tctiln *trect, between University place and Flfih avenue? K. NtOIIOLD, Auctlo eer Velvet, Bruise:* Carpets. m ignilioent rosewood i'lHuoforte, elegant Parlor Hull*, Table*. Ktatcre", IlooW.aaes, Mirror*, < rt? i no, I'albtitiM. ilronze*, Clocks, Hedatead*, Bureau*, M ashstund*, Mattrciiea, Lounge', t b?,r?, So?m, Sideboard, Exieuilou Titble. Clitnn, <il?n Mil Silver Wars; Tahle Cutler/, Ac. Salo poa.tive. commencing at 1>? o'clock precisely. A J. BLEECKER. SOX A CO., AUCTIONEER^ TUESDAY, May 16, at 12 M., at Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway, Executor a wile at auction. Ninth avenue, Home and Lot, Vo. J<4, east fide, between Klftf-Urat and I'lity *ccoml street*; occttpicd ?a tlore nt.d dwelling ; neighborhood eicellent; *ale r>b*olute; terini caah. SIDNEY W. OOOPEK, Executor. Albert b. wai.dron, auctioneer. S?.v?i ooins Ins Liberty and 111 Ceuur itrect*. Oenteel tlouaebold Furniture. ON THURSDAY, AT 10*S O'CLOCK, WALDRON A COOK K will *cli a* above. a very line amort inent of tecond bund Furniture ; alio part of an nsilgDee'* ?lock of nor Furniture, removed for couvenleute ot milo. Particular* to-morrow. ON THl RSDAY, AT 12 O'CLOCK, at 103 ami 110 Cedar street. Horse?, Wagons and Harnes*. WALDRON A COOKE will aeil aa ai-ove, at their new Hmse Mart 11$ ml I 1)0 Ced.tr * reel, 111 bead of work and road Horse* ; a <o W?; 'in, aitigle and doub e Ham***. I'm r ticular* to-morrow. Antique furnitures and Object* of Art, On exhibition at the Sonirrvllie Art (Jallery tfree), Fifth ave nue and Fourteenth atreet. A rare and ciiriou* collection of Antique Cabinet!, Chair*, Clock a, Flredog*, Ac.. Ao., of Una old Bartulozzl Engraving*, and a few choice Oriental Carpet*. tciecied in Europe lor private u*e. The who!* to be (old Thtiraday evening, May II, at 7>< o'clock. AUCTICN NOTICE.- -GERARD, BETTS A CO. WILL a?ll at auction, on WEDNESDAY. May 10, at II o'clock at 98 Princ* iiieet (formerly carried on by the late M. Mlbney and now owned by Mr. T. Kennedy), ALL THE STOCK, TOOLS, FIXTURES, COUNTbRS. SHOW CASK*, SAFES', SCALES, AC., IN THE SILVERWARE MANUFACTORY, consisting ot' a general ?*?or>m?nt. Catalogue*, with (*it!l particular*, can be had at the above Fremiae*. and of the auctioneer*. No. J Old ally, out; door rom Hanover aquare. k DMINIRTRATORS' HALF. -WILL RK SOM) BY A(V A tlon, at ihe public sunp.at, In the village of Myitio Hirer, t onu., on Tiinradav, May IS, IH71. at 2 oYlock I*. M., the following de?er1be.i Per?o:al Property, via. : ? 1 64 Ship Dauntle*!, 4 64 Kara bilaa Kith, 2-6 1 Hrlj H.i I; Columbia. RICHARD A. WHEELER.) A,lm|nl,lra,0~ JOHN O. FISH, j A "nlnistratora. RT1ST EXHIBITION AT THE " SOMERVILLR GALLERY. A valuable eollrction of OIL PAINTINGS will be *old bv ?notion on FRIDAY EVENING. May 12. Including ii large and Important work, "RECEDING OF THE WATERS," by THOMAS COLE. Important example* by W. r. RICHARDS, LAMBINFT, CARL HUBNF.R, LA CROIX, VO..T, (IKuKUli HALL, LE VAHSEl K, DIFFBNBACH. TAIT, llOGLhT, CROl'SEY, VAA ELVEN, W1N8LOW HOMER, and many other* ol' celebrltv. now on vl?w, together with a very lutcreatiog collection ANTIQUE FURNITURE, OBJECTS OF ART, INDIAN CARPETS, AC., worthy the notice of ARTISTS AND AMATEURS. BSIONEE'S PALE. ~ . , Will be *old b> auction, at West My*tlo depot, in the village of My*tlc Itlvei, Conn., on Thursday, May IK. 1*71, *t 10 o'clock A. M., tbo following de*eribed I'ersouai Property, fit. PchiHiner Abble K. Campbell, l lo Schooner Stuack Mondel. 0. 8. ALLYN, A??lgnee. AUCTION-AUCTTOM-AUCTION.-ALL THE ELF. gant, co*tly Houicbold Furniture contained in th* prl v ?te residence St) We*t Fifteenth *lreet, near Firth avenue, for tale. Magnificent Drawing Room Suit, Pompadour ityle, Cod ?M0. for frSOJ; on* do., *50; Planoiorte, co*t IC7.MI, lor R;?; Painting*, Bronze*, Car|>et*, Ktagere*, Sllf*rwai?, rror*, ro*ewool, walnut Drcasing Buiuau*, Bed*teada, WnrdroW MattreM#*; Mcrtllca. i'roperty family l*afiiu city. Buyer* will (Ind thlt a belief opportunity than alWutl at auction. Auction balk? at uj west twenty-third sired, this (WEDNESDAY) morning, commencing at 10.H o'clock. LUKE Fl l7.illiiiAI.il, Auctioneer. Ifc2.">,0ii0 Worth. BOO lot! by cataloitus, Flejrant, costly Household Furn.ture, ChlckerlnB A Son Pianoforte, Pier and Mantel Mirrors, fine nil Paint real Bronte ana Bsqu? Figures, Velvet, Me lallion Carpet* : r.-al Lam an I Brocalel Curtains, F.tjqeres, Centre Tables, e'egant Parlor Suits, Pompadour style, Ladles' Writing Desks, Book case, Ac. Bedrooms consist, vl*. Rosewood and black walnut lludrootn Pets, style Louis XIV.; bedsteads. Bureaus, Washstands, Commodes, Ward robes, Toilet Stands, 'Jfi curled Hair Mattresses, 8. P. Kiltie's celebrated Spring ilcds, Pillows, Bolsters, Blankets, Linen Sheets, Slips, Turkish Easy Choirs, Lounges, Clooks, Ao. Dlnlnj Room consists, vli. Magnificent Buffet, cost *800; Extension Table, Chairs, Bllver and Sheffield Plntod Ware, Krenob China Dinner and Tea Sets, I'rns, Casters, Knives, forks, Spoons Ac. KITCHEN AND BASEMENT FURNITURE, Ice Box. Tables, Chatis, Ingrsln Carpets, Ao. Strangers wishing to attend tbls sale take SJith or Seventh avenue cars, ?topping at Twenty third street. Sale positive, rain or llllua. RT NOTICE. A Superb Oil Palnttnzs. By EDWARD SCHENCK, to-morrow and Friday. May II and IS, at 60 Liberty street, at twelvo o'clock each day, a superb oollectlon of foreign ana American I'alntings, by the molt celebrated artist). Row on exhibition. BY M. DOUGHTY, AUCTIONEER. Peremptory kale of superior Household Furniture, Velvet, Tapestry, Brussels und Three-ply Carpels, Two rosewood 7 octave I'lsnofortss, Parlor and onice Desks, Bookcascs, Ac., Ac. M. DOUGHTY will sell this day (Wednesday), May 10, at the salesroom 79 Nassau street, near Fulton, tbe entire effects of saveral families breaking up, viz. Ilosowood and walnut Parlor Suits, richly covered and slip covers; rose wood and walnut Chamber Suits, chestnut Chamber Situs, with walnut irlmmluus; two Krenob Plato Pier Mirrors, two rosewood Pianos, Velvet, Brussels and ntlmr Carpets ; Library and Secretary HooKc.mii, two walnut Bullets, richly carved; Extension Tables to match, Lounges, Easy Chairs, pure Hair Mattresses, Paillasses, bosk ann straw Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, one line Parlor Organ, together with Gun Silver Plated Tea and Coffee Sets, China Dinner and Tea Set*, Kitchen Ware, Cutlery, Ac., Ac. Sale positive and well worthy of att niton. BY F. COLTON, AUCTIONEER.? EXTRA LARGE SALE of Household Furniture, 70 or fcO Carpets. l'arlor Suits, Pier and Mantel French Plate Mirrors, Pianos, Ac., Ac. This day (.Wednesday), May 1(1, nt lO'-j o'clock, at the auction rooms No. 511 East Thirteenth street, near Broadway, one of the largest varieties of Furniture, Carpets and Mirrors, to aether with every kind anil description of Parlor, Dining Room, Bedroom and Basement Goods, from more than 21) families. A large portion of It is In good condition. Also large number best llalr Mattresses. N. B.? The Carpets ure Irom 70 to BO In number, and will bs sold about 'J o'clock. Catalogues early this morning. Goods must be removed day after sale, to make room to arran ;o Cor another sale. By max bayersdorfer, a co., auctioneers. Will sell, 1 HIS DAY, commencing at ll'Jtf o'clock, at private mansion, 124 West Twenty-sixth st., near 6th av., all the elegant and costly lions., bold Furniture, many rare and costly Works of Art, Cabinets, Bronzes, Paintings. Statuary, Ac., contained In above mansion, vl*. Rosewood Pianoforte; l'arlor Suit* of tho latest styles, covered In flownre l satin and brocntel silk ; Kep Hulls, Luce Curtains, Turkish Chairs, Centre Tables, Mirrors. Ornaments, Clocks, Ac.; also Dinlni! Room Furniture, Bullet, Extension Table, Chans. Plate, Cutlery, Dinner an.l Tea Sets, Urns. Casters. Ac. ; also Bedroom Furniture, Bedroom Suits, In rosewood ni'd walnut; ilnele and double Bedsteads, Spring ai d Hair Bods, Pillows, Sodding, Bureaus, Wardrobe, Velvet nnd Brussels Carpets, Waslittandl, Ac.. Ac.; alio Kitchen and Basement furniture, lu all MO lots, hv catalogue, of useful Household Furniture. Sale positive, rain or shine. MAX DAY LliSLi OUI'L R A CO., Auctioneers, office 884 llowerv. BV DANIEL A. MATHKtVS, AUCTIONEER- SALES room 521 Broadway. ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MADE BY WATF.RBURY. Thn en'lr" conlenls of the private residence WEST FOItTY-'i 1 1 1 Kli STREET, between Broadway and Sixth avenue, will bn solil On FRIDAY, MAY 19, at 10X o'clock. Full particulars in future advertisements. Barge at auction. -by authority op supreme Court, I will sell to highest bidder, on Wednesday, May 10, nt lb o'cli clr, the bar^e WASHINGTON as she now lies, loot ol l'erry street, North r.ver. HORACE INGERSOLL, Receiver. DV. 11. BERTIiOLF, AUCTIONEER-SELLS THIS , day, ntl o'clock, at 4?4 Canal street, in continuation, a large quantity ol Household Furniture, An., from families and otlit-i s removing. several Carpets, Parlor and chamber Bolts, Be is and Bedding. French Plato Mirrors, Ac. Also the balance of stock of Wm. Witters, retiring from the auc tion business, will be sr.Mug each day until tbe whole Is uls posed of. Also goods advance J on and gOOdi M storage. FITvST BEMT-WEEKLY TRADE SALE?' THURSDAY, May II. Ill o'clock A. M., to bn continued during tho season on Mou.lay an I Thursday of each tveek. THE AMERICAN EXOTIC AND BOTANIC GARDEN CO. will sell at auollon, at their sales depot. No 7 New Church street, between Dey nnd Fulton. 25,000 Pots, con slsling of over 100 varieties of choice Bedding Plants, Flowers Ac.. ol their own ^n.w'iig. Catalogues ou application a day la advanco of each sale. IMPORTANT SALE. In chaneory of New Jersey: Between Jinies C. Ayer ct al., comnlalu'atiU, and William Mldmer ct al , defendants. SheriH's sale of mnrlguped Premises al lerill's sale of mortgaged l'r Gtti'aghcr's Hotel, Jersey City, ON THURSDAY," MAY 11, al 2 o'clock P. M. Brown Hone House, with stable and garaen, In Jersey City. 1. A llireo story House, with brown stone front. No. Bl Washington street, on ilie corner of Morris street. The house Is large and we I built, 25x60 on lot ?7x126, w th good cellar, hatemoul and mile. A convenient and desirable resldcuco foi a ge.dVeiuail doing business In New York city. 2. A cood iilable in rear of house, ou Morris slreet, lot 26x va. II. Immediately adjoining, on Morris street, four vacant loin, '.'5x1 15 each. 4 Adjoining, on Moms street, a small frame House, on lot 20x115. The property consisting of part of lot M, and lots 2fl, 63. 54, 56, OS, 60, 'ill, on block 2:1, on M.iui:in's map, will be sold lu seven pxrce'i, lot by lot, to tbe highest bidder. Title good. Terms easv. JOS. F. RANDOLPH, Jr., Solicitor, Bb Montgomery Urr>:t, Jcney City. f R WKINIiriUM II, AUCTIONEER, SELLS THIS I . iisy, ?i low, o'clock, at No. 12 Powery, a quantity of a.rnnJue Meerschaum and Brlerwood Pipes; also a lot of Cigar*. IS. WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER- PELLS ON , Wednesday, M.iy 10, al No. 12 U.iwerv, st 10^ o'clock, 41 barrel an I casks o! tvhlskevs, Brandies, Gins, Sherry ana Port Wines, to pay storage and advances. Also Champagnes, Case Lbfuors. JACOB BOO AB r~ X1~C1 ION E E R-WILL SELL THIS .lay, at 10.% o'clock, at No. 1 North William aud 210 Wil liam sn eel : - Household Furniture. Black walnut and mahogany Suits, Wardrobes, Kureaus, Sofas, Chairs, Tah'ei, Ac., Ao. Looking Glasses. B* ussels Carpets, Injialn and Three-ply Caipets, llalr, Husk and Straw Mattresses, Crockery, Ao. Also Thirty boxes ltnpei Isl Tea. JOHN II. AUSTEN, AUCTIONEER. HAZARD, APTHORP A CO., Real Eatate Broker* and Auctioneer*, will NIL at tbe *ale<rootn II! Broadway, M Tuesday, May SO, at U noon, all the Property, rcai aii'l p. r ?onal, or tbe Lone l'eat Mining Company of New Vork. aitu ated in War. I District, Colorado. For particular! apply to tbe auctioneer. Ilf ARSIIAL'ft PALE-MYER ELSAS, AUCTlONKIiR . ill Hy virtue of an eiecutlon to me dliccled and delivers*), I will sipese for ??lo at tmbllo auction, May 1<>, at IM Clinton street, at II o'clock A. M , tbe following noods, to wit: .'0 Hold VVatcbc* und 13 tine Uold Chain*. Tty order of A. AARONd, City Marshal. A. l'LUMKNSTrit., rialiitllTs Attorney. OIL, PAINTINGS At AUCTION, BY A. A. CALD WELL.? Will *(>11 at salesroom, Gnl Broadway, near .lie (Irani Central Hotel, till* evening, commencing at 7.1$ o'clock, ii ia.-?e and valuable collection oi line Oil Paintings, l> v eminent American and foreign artUU; choice Land scapes, Marine, interiors, Hellion* and illrtorttil Palnitngs, 111.- wli '!o lormlng a cumpie c (! ill rv ,?( K:ne Arts. Persons wauling good pali.t;n;;s are rcspcctl tilly invited to alleuu this eveuiug. U AW N B RO KKR'S~SA I.R-WATCHES AN!>jhwTLR7^. X K. KlliLD, Auctioneer, IJ1 Bowery, will Fell, THIS DAY, at II o'clock. GuO lot* (told and Silver Watcbe*, Dlimond anil (Jold .tnwelry, Cnm and Pistols. Mua . al Instrument*, As By order of \\ . Wilson A Co., 181 Bowery. IJAWNHROkER'8 "flAl.F? TIIIS DAY," BY JOHN MOlC TIMER, 42 Kial Bruadway, t?f 500 lot* Men's aud Wo men'* cbolce Clothing. Retldlnj an I other valuable floods. Order M. Dav.a, No. it Sul.lvan street. PAWNBROKER'S 8ALE-TIII8 DAY, JAM ES AOAK, .1 Auctioneer, will soil, ai Oil Now Bowery, Bi o l.ota Men's and Women'* Clothing. By order of David bilt.ci*tiue, 40 Sixth avenue. piCUAUD WALTERS, AUCTIONEER. 1 V 11.11 lie**, Store Stock and Klitnre*. Single and Double ilnrne**, Saddle*, BiulJ.*, Ac. Will 1 1 on Wednesday, May 111, *1 HIM at the old eitnhltihed Harness atore. No. 171 Oram! *treet,l? set* of I. rat claas tin cle nnd Double Harness, Sad ties, Bridle*, Blanket*, Slice- a, \t hip*, Lnu Robe*, Sponges, Chamois, Store Hilore*. Safe, Ac. ; alto Top aud no Top light Wagon*, Ac. Sale positive. Richard Walters, auctioneer. Loom*, Winding and i.nnp Machine*, liratding Machine*, Ac. Mortgsge sate.? Will sell on Thursday, at II o'clock, *t Broadway, and Immediately Mterwarn* atM4 Broadway, the Machinery of ? tlimu and fringe Manufactory, consisting of Engine, Looms, Silk Winding Machtne*, <lfmo Msclilues, Braiding Mnchine*, Hand l.ooma, Cord WbH'l?, Warping Mil:*, Ac. JOHN T. 8TKWAUT, Attorney for Mortgagee. ClIhKlKK'S SA1,r"()K II ItY AND KANOf OOODS; A I .SO O lot KurnHure, 40 Carpet*. Ac., by COLE A MUKl'IIY, o7t? Fulton *treet, Brooklyn, thla day, at 10)$ o'clock. y DINQEh. AUCTIONEER. O. lieo.itor'n a.ile- at auction. Tin KSDAY, May I?, 1B7I, at 12 M., on the ground*, 90 acre* of clir.lce I, and, the e*tate of the la'e JudKe A. W. Bradford, In Rye, WeituheMer county, at the Harmon Mation of the New York und New Haven Railroad, one hour from the city, thirty minute* from Har lem Bridge. Tbn well-known estate i* divide i by uruad ave nues Into P ot* of two to *ev?n acre*, and, togrthcr with the ?paclou* Miniion, of 30 elegant room*, with th>* ettcnalve barn*, c\rrl??# Iioiiri'*. praper e*. contervatory and ti K9.11N) a -re* of taate fully adorned ground*, will be *old without re?erre. Tenti?? 40 per cent, cmh; P# per cent mortsa^e five ye*'?. Tak" the ft and II^A.M. train*, N<w York and New Haven Railroad depot, corner 27th at. and 4tli ar. I'erflcu* In attendaace at toe hou*e dally to abow the premi?e*. . Kor map* nnd circular*, apply to E. S. JAQUKS, attorney for etecntor*, No. 15 Chamber* street, or to S. DINUKK A CO., Auciioneera, 2R Ce lar atreet. HKRirr'8 SAl-K. -R. FIELD. 1 AU< lioM'K. R, WM.L *ell, on Thundav, May II, at II o'clock, at 014 Broadway, ? large nud valuable **?<inment of 8tl'? Krlngea, ilimp*, t'o: da. Tn*?el* ; al*o Ma' hlnnrv. Iron Safe, Klitnre*. l,ea?e, Ac. By order. NATTHKW T. BKbNHAM, sherltT. JamksJ. Gomiilrton, Deputy. S. MASHAL'S HALE.- BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT _ . of venditioni eijiona* to me directed and delivered, I will *cll at nubile au, tlon, on the 10th day ot May, at It o'clock M., oy HURDEIT A DEN N 18, Auctioneer*, at pier No. (II, North river, foot Of Moiton alreet, tbe I'roprlier 0. Y. DA Vi:N I'ORT, her tackle, Ac., a* *h? now lie* in the water.? Dated May 3, IsJl. OKO. If. hllAKI'R, U. 8. Marahal 8. D. of N. Y. Tl/M. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER. 8KI.U?. THI9 DAY, II at 'i o'clock, at 4&I Canal atreet, a large a*sortmeut or Ilotiiebold Kurnlture of every description, from famllle* re moving; Bruesel* and Ingrain Carpels, liair and other Mattreiae*, I'ler and Mantel Minora, Ueds and tteddiua. ais? l.WW yactte V*toteU m r??SMiK% s u _ _ AnuasaKBNDi. Academy of music.-ernani. BRILLIANT SUCCESS OP THE SPRING ITALIAN OPERA BEAriON. L. ALMTEK DIRECTOR. WEDNESDAY? FIFTH SUBSCRIPTION NKJHT. 10 RN AMI ERNANII ERNANI ! 8TATES, VI ULAN I, ORLAND1NI, *USINI. _ CONDUCTOR St'!. NICOLAO. FRIDAY? FA U ST. KELLOGG. S ILLANI. BATURDAY M A TINEE-BALLO IN M ASCII ERA. MONDAY? Revival of SICILIAN VESPERS. In Rehearaal, KOBI KTLK DIABLE and DON GIOVANNI. Admission, ijl ; Kewht4 Scat*, Parquet an I Balciny, iB'-j Private Boxes, tglO; Family Circle, 60c. Beats aecured at th# Academy, at 701 and lit Broadway. L INA EDWIN'S TUEATRE. TITIRTY-FIFTH WEEK OP TTIE SEASON. Reappearance of Miss LIN A EDWIN In the bcantlful three act Comedy, ^ RANK, f ^ HANK, f ^ HAWK. | HIm LINA EDWIN ".aa.." Doc Maynard Mr. OEORUK CLARKE ? Miles Uubb supported Ijr Harry Eytlnae ai Lord Plateglaaa, Mark Bates a* Curtis May nard, T. E. Morris aa Squire ilroadrib, Sol Smith a* Mons. D'Cliatenay, Edwin Wyndham aa the Hon. Joeelyn Ralk**, E. K. Taylor ai Joe Kl.ejyjs, diaries Hale on Ftvn Jones, T. P. Cooke aa Tuoninaa Akra ; Miss Emma Oerroalns ns Ludy Piateglass, Mlu Katn Meluotte aa Sally Cllnetop, I.llly Pierce aa Sue Skeggs. Male and female Peasants, Ac., a.c. MATINEE BVBRY SATURDAY. CTIl AVENUE TIIEATItK. BEGINS AT H. O Sole Lesieo and Manairer Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY. THIS ( WEDNESDAY) EVENIN'l, f rat production here of llardwicku'a tnodt charming comedy, lu two acta, eutitlol the BACHELOR OF ARTS. Harry Jasper (hie original character), Mr. CIIARLFS MATHEWS Mr. Thornton Mr. 1). WHITING Andrew Mylle Mr. W. DAVIIjIIE Frederick Adderly Mr. IIEO. DE VERE Adolphua Mr. JOHN BURNETT James Ml. W. BEEKMAN Mm. Thornton Mm KATE CLAXTON Emma Mlai LINDA DEITZ ami mi the mme evening will I)'' ac'eJ Mr. CHARLES MATHEWS' amusing comedy, In one act, cutitled, (JATIll'.RWOOD: or, OCT OF SI ,HT OUT OF MIND. Mr. Gatherwond (hi* original character), Mr. CHARLES MATHEWS Mr. 8poneeman Mr. W. PAVIOGE Captain I rettymau Mr. IIASCOMR Mia. Uatlicrwood Mis* KATE CLAX'loN Mcauy MIhs NELLIE MORTIMER THURSDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS, "USt I' U 1"' and "TI1E CRITIC" (.lor the lafiL times). FRIDAY EVENING. "BACHELOR OF ARTS" and "OATH ERWOOD" (last tiui?? ). SAl'URDAY MATINEE. ni liall past one, "UfiEll UP" and "GATllERWOOD." Mr. MATHKW8 In tha two pieces, y TUESDAY Nlillir NEXT, May \8, FIRST PRODUC TION kere, after carelul rehearsals, of an original, ucw comedy. In three acta, by II. J. BYRON, Esq., entlt'ed, "Not such a fool as hk looks," to be given with new eceuerv, by Roberts, furniture a la mode and Mr. MATHEWS aud all the company iu the cast. NIBLO'S GARDEN. DENSELY CROWDED. Signal and brilliant hit of MR. F. S. I ill AN FilAU In hla new and intensely interesting drama of "KIT," I I -KIT." "KIT," THE ARKANSAS TRAVELLER. "KIT." "KIT," | | "KIT." with ila faithful and vivid picture* of MISSISSIPPI SCi.NES AM) CHARACTERS. The "Perfect tieutlcuian." I Tlie Levee at St. Louis. The "Dead Heat." I A Mississippi Steamer. The desperate "Sport." I A Howie Kuife Duel. THE GREAT TABLEAUX MOHTLY ENCORED and approved by dens ly crowded audience* aa "situations" of rare prwer au.1 singular beauty. I.? The abduction of Kit's little daughter. II.? The "Little DlOlculty" at the St. Louis Hotel. III.? Tho Levee Sc> tie, with Its sinking and dancing. IV.? The departure of the Mcdora. V.? The #H,00() f,;ime of '?bluir." VI.? Kit's recognition of Little Allfe. VII. - The explosion of the Meiiora. VII I. ? ' The prrat Howie Kulfe Duel. MR. F. S. ("HANFRAU aa "KIT." (Uvea aa graphic and truthful a portraiture of character iu were lua fauona peraouatlous of "aIojc" or "Sam," and hai already achieved in thla fresher triumph THE "II II " OF THE YEAR. KIT MATINEE SATURDAY AT I. PRICES-ADMISSION 75c. RESERVED DRKSS CIRCLE 91 l>0 fiKTRIID ORCHESTRA CHAIRS 1 uO FAMILY CIKCLK 60o. ITI/OOD'S MUSEUM. VV ADMISSION THIRTY CENTS. GREAT SI CCr.SS OF HELP. GREAT SUCCESS OF HELP. OR EAT SUCCESS OK HELP. The great Comedian and tiernian Aitiat, Mr. JOSEPH MURPHY, in the thrce-act Drama, by F. J. M A E I > ICR, written eapeeia'.ly to tntroJuet Mr. JOSEPH Ml RPIIY. in Irish, Dutch and Ethiopian dialed*. Boiii;s, Dunces, Sketcbe*, Ac. HELP. HELP. HELP. EVERY EVENING, AND SATURDAY MATINEE. M ATI M EE TO-DAY AT a I*. M. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. BOWERUEN"flTTOF MRtCnARLE8 FOSTER. ot Mr. Char'ea F<.*t -r's very i.eat THIRD Nlcfu?uFTMRN ED WIN 1 DALTON mkT-kTANDAhVa''K BURGLARS. N it MH-r s 1 1 (if KSSFUL DRAMAS OF TIIE DAS'. To-mo?rrowS^nl^ BEN E^Tl OF MR. J. WINTER. Friday evening, May IS, THE ANNUAL BENEFIT OF Mll. JOllN J. JONES, Treasurer. C^lLOBE THEATRE, 728 BROADWAY. J 728 GLOBE. 728 GRAND FAMILY MATINEF. All the Mammoth Company appjar lu a pleasing and varied bill. SHERIDAN and MACK. thn graceful ard artistic aong and dan ce men. Mias JENN IE HUUilES, the pleasing vocalist. Mlia ALICE SOMKRS In her Clog Danes. All at the M ITINEB TO-DAY. FRED and EVA CuSiELLO on the Flying Trapere. Mr. J. T. BRYANT, tlic great VentrlloquUt. Slgnor CARON and SONS* PosturlnK Act. Hart, Ryman, Barney, Sam Rlckny, yulitnr and doodrlch, Marie Bonl'aee. MATINEE. MATINEE. MATINKE. EXTRA NOTICE.? TO-MORROW (THURSDAY; NIGHT, first time of the new drama, THE TEMPTER FOILED, lu which Mr. JOSH HART will appear. MA1INEE ON 6ATURDAV AND WEDNESDAY, AT 2H P. M. N'EW YORR STADT THEATRE. 45 AND 47 BOWERY. Tbui'sday, May 11, and Friday, May 1J, Mcv-erbeer's Grand Opera, L'AFRICAIN. Mm* Lor IS K LIC1ITMAY in her great role aa SELICA. Box oOice now open. M US. F. B. CONWAY'S PARK THEATRE, BROOKLYN. THIS EVEN INC, MR. E. T. STETSON IN NECK AND NECK. SATURDAY, MAY 13, NECK AND N KCK MATINEE. rrONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE, 801 BOWERY. I GRAND MATINEE ORAND MAT I NEK GUAND MAIINI'.E ORAND MATINEE GRAND MAL1NEE TO-DAY, TO-DAY, AT 8'tf O'CLOCK. AT O'CLOCK. Til K t? It EAT ANNIE IIINDLE In her new Soni;? and Cbanset. Till. NEW LOCAL DRAMA, THE DRESSM AKKRB OF TIIE BOW EHi. THE JDi AND CLOG, CLARKE, IIIKJH FAY. KATE EMMKTT, TONY I'ASIOR and Star Troup# In a Orund Gala Mat..iee Bill. BRYANTS' OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY -THIRD STREET, between Sixth anil Seventh avs.. near Booth's theatre. Every evening at 8, and Saturday matinee .a 2. BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. T CHALLENGE DANCE. BRYANTS' M1NSTRKLS. Cil ALI.ENJi. DANCE. BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. I Klreeta ot New > nrk. BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. I Flre-ts of Ne? Yor't. BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. I Klreeta of New ? ork. BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. | NeUe Keymour, Have Reed, McAndrcws, Warren, Hniciwav, Slanl#y, Nurmau, D'Al oeili, Collins, Oakca, Jackaon, Uittln Mae. DAN BRYANT In the CHALLENGE DANCE. Family Matinee Saturday, at i o'clock. / 1ENTRAL PARK HARDEN. SUMMER NIGHT CONCERTS. ORAND GALA OPENING. MONDAY KVhMNO, MAY IS, THEODORE 1I1UMA.S AND HIS I'NRIVaLLED ORCHESTRA. A SPLENDID PROORAMMK. Arfmt**fon Fifty rent*. lac*age of 12 ticket" Kour dollar*. JOHN KOCH A BROS., Proprloiori. Ticket* now for **)r nt hebirmer'a, Scbubcrth't, 114 Broad way, imMOMMI far* WilW. 745 ?[| 7IA 71 j J4? DR. K A UN'S MAUNIFICENT MUSEUM, 71} 74# 715 74? 745? BROADWAY? 74S, 7IJ 718 ? ? > 74A Hft opnofilo Antor place. 745 745 741 744 74* 746 A splendid l.or Of OOfllMM rMMUPTIB property of Betty m l Emily Ki;l. urenncre* dan*ea*e* ; all In good condition . r*A*on for *e'ltng t* earl/ <I?*i>m rt ?i *e for Europe. Addreaaor apply to It E'l I Y unl EMILY RliJL, No. M Kieacker itrect, New York. American woman spfkraok association MASS CONVENTION. HTEINWAT If ALIi, WhDNESDAT, Mi j It, Morning, afternoon ami evening. Julia Ward llowe itev. EJwatd Eggle*ton, draoe Green wood, Mo*e? Colt Tyler, Lucy Sione, Iter. kol>ert Collyer, Pliebe A. Hnnaford, "John Whitehead, Eliiabeth Cburcblll, Henry B. Black well, Mary A. I.tvcrm >ret and oiler*, will ad drr?? tbe Convention. Day lea^luus Ire* Evening *u**l>n M cent*. HANNAH M. T. CUTLFR, President. Lccy Stonk, Cha'rman Etecmira Committee. 1 NSTITI TION For THE IMPROVED INSTRUCTION I or Deal Mil lei. An Exhibition of our pupil*, tll'iatral nj tlie method of In struction by articulation and lip reading, wi i be given at Irving Hall, corner of Flft* nth atreet and iryin^ p auc, on Tburaday evening, 1 kill I tut. nt 7S< o'clock. 1 be public are rr*p?cUtiliy invited to attend. MARK. BLi M ENT11AL, M. D , President. t'l.lRNANI." "FAUST," AO., COMPLETE FOR 51. DIT Tj SONACO.'S HI eJltlon <>i Standard Operas. Full | l.uto and vocnl (core*, with recitative*. hngliib and lta'lan wurda, price SI . AI*o Libretto* ot u I tbe Oj era*, word* and luume, price 3 c. ?acb. DITHON A CO., Publl*hpr<, 711 Broadway. /GUITAR, VIOLIN, PIANO, 8INUINO. LESSON 9, PHI \J vale, day and evi-uiag. Auioibau Mutual Miulcal Cofutejrvatory, 5".! Slttli avenue, corner fhtrty-lilln *tieet. j I'iui. J.JAY WAIStr.N, Mimcal wuacior. Call. A FINK ITAi.IAN VluLIN W AN I KD? A DDIlhSS, wlih prlee and de*erli tion, VIOLIN, Herald oiUco, ?Ul ? Wkff* ?*?<? ?? \Y AMT^rcnETT*. fALLACK'S Proprietor and Manager ? Mr. LESTER WALLACE THIS BVF.SI.NO, Mr W H (III' ? rt'n "rim <ly, RAN DA I.L'H THUMB. Pronounced ?>? prf.ks and public ni? of the vnry FTNFST OP TIIK MODKHM COMPMRS. Diameters hy Mr. JOHN Olt.KtUT, Mr. CHAM. KHnRH, Mr. J II. STOIlhAI'.T, Mr. OWf.N MAKLOWK. Mr. B. T. HI NO' IOLD, Mr M L.ASAUAN, Mr. W J. I, RON RD, Mr. W. GUIGLEY. Mr .1. I'i-.t'K, Mm CI.ARA J ' N N f <KI?, Mini EFKIE UKRMON, Mtu KM I i.Y MKri l AYhtl and Mm JOHN SEITTON. H i NOPSIS OK SCENERY. ACT I. Harden* of the Rffachlncton Hotel, ;wltb S< a oast la &? DliUnre. (Isherwood, Evans and J. HUlyard.) ACT II. THE CLUMP ROCKS, WITH VTKVT Ut THE SEA. (George F.ranr T11K RISE Of TUB TIDE. A< T III. OROrMD^ AND HOUSE AT BF.ArilINr.TOIf. TIIK VILLAIN UNMASKED. AM) A CLEAR P1KLD FOR REGINALD. HATIRIIAY, MAV 13, RANDALL'* THUMB MATINEE. Carriage* for the evening performance mar be ordet?? a* 10 :?> P. M. w ALLACK'S. SATURDAY. WAT IS, RANDALL'S THUMB. M ATINKK B BEATS SECURED IN ADVANCE. OOTIl'3 1UBATBB. EVERY EVENING and RATURDAY MaTINFB atlitf, Kbakupoarc's nmrvl rom intlc Plar of tba W INTER'S TALE. MR. LAWRENCE BARRETT LhONITEH. MR. MARK SMITH AUl'OLYCUB. with a itronc distribution of the rest of the character* Kcatg scenred sli days In advance nt tho theatre, or atlfB branr.h ticket ottlee, nt DtUun <k Co.'i miuto store, No. 7u Broadway. B N. B.? Carriage* may he ordered at 10:10 OOTII'H THEATRE. SECOND WINTER'S TALE MATINEE, On SATURDAY. May IS, at 1 1f. fjj ^ THEATRE COMHJUE. THEATRE COMIQOTS. Broadway, opposite Ht. Ntcholaa. BUTLER A OILMoRfc Manarn li RAN I) 1' AMiLY MATINEE TlilS AFTERNOON. MATINEK, MATINEK, MATINE^ MATIN!. E, M ATIN KK, MATINEE, MATINEE, MATINEE, MATfNKB. AT 8Wj O'CLOCK. CHILDREN HALF PRICE. The favorite Cotnedi in, Mr. GEORGE C. DAVENPORT, will appear In the sere imlti ; F/iro" entitled THE IRISH TIUKK. Mile. VENTAEOLE. Mile. BERTHA. THE GRAND BALLET TROUPE. "My Father Sold Charcoal." GOINO To THE FIGHT. Mile. JERALD1NR ami LEOPOLD. 'TOGETHER VV I T r I THE REUULAR COMPANY. Afternoon -Door* open ut one ; curtain rises at 2)f. Evening? Performance at 8. SEATS RESERVED IN ADVANCE. SPECIAL NOTICE.? The moat eitravagant novelttea M preparation. OLYMPIC THEATRE. POSITP, ELY LAST NIOflTS OF AUUU8TIN DALY'S GREAT DRAMA n I O MONDAY. May H. It TUESDAY. May 9. WEDNESDAY, May 10. THURSDAY, May II. FRIDAY. May 12. N I HATUKDA*. May 18. LAST MATINEES WEDNESDAY, May 10, and SATURDAY, May 13. G. L. FOX as SUNDOWN UOWSBt MISS AGNES ETHEL ai MED. Monday evening May IS, will he presented a new adapt*, lion of llai rlion Aliiawortli'a OHlelirai"d novel of JACK SIIKPPARD. with entirely new scenury, rojtuuioj aua A Powerful Company. 0 LYMPIC THEATRE. MONDAY, 0 LYMPIC THEATRE. L AST MATINEE BUT ONE 0K H ORIZON, UOUBTIlf DALY'S GREAT DRAMA. G. T L S L. KOI. llld WEDNESDAY, AT 2. AST MATINEE 8ATUKDAV, MAT 18. EOURKD SEATS ONE DOLLAR. /"< RAND OPERA HOCKE. U LAST TEN MOilTH OK AIM UK, PBRSINI, (1AU8VU ??I tbe popular and successful OPERA BOUFFE TIIOUPB. WEDNESDAY. LA HKLLE UELENB. THURSDAY? RENE KIT OK CHARLES K8TEVK. LES KOL1E8 DRAMATIUUES. A Musical Olio In wl.lcli Mil-. AIM EE, M. OA US INS and *. M. CAYLA will partlclpa'e. LB MARIAOE AUX LANTERNhH. FRIDAY-LE PETIT KAU8T. SATURDAY- BENEFIT OK II. TISftlNQTOlV. FIRST ACT La PERICHOLB. (IRANI) CONCERT. FIRST ACT LE8 BRIOAND3. BATUUDAY U A TIN EE? B A Hit E B I.EUR. B' NIMY- NINETEENTH ORAND CONCERT by JAMES KISK, Jr.'s famous N I NTH RBUlMENT BANR assisted by Mile. A I M EE, Mlas NULLY PEIKIS and Mr. J. LEVY. N TEWCOMB A ARLINUTON'8 MINSTRELS. NEW OI'ERA Hot SB, Twenty-eighth street, corner of Broadway. EVERY N 1 1 . 1 1 T DURIN'l TUB WEEK. FAMILY MATINEE BYERY SATURDAY AT IWtk, First appearance of the popular Comedian, MB. W ALT K R BRAY, AT THIS BEAUTIKI'L PALACE OF AMUSEMENT, now b. In" visited IiY THE ELITE AND FASHION OF THE OBEAT M ' .TROPOLIS. NBWCOMB A A RLI H1IT1 i.N'i OPERA HOUSE.? Tbla charming little mtns'.rel ball in already an Immense success, and ?-vlilonlly supplies a lon^ fe't want. The programme la a good one, uil- most wonderful thing to be sai l of mlu stielsy? comprlies mime really original featrr'-s ? specially In tbo way or repartee and Jukes.? New York Herald. Neweomb & Arlm/jt n's Mliutrel Hall, Twenly-elghHh street and ilroadway, Is a lirst class place of ani;iserui;uT la every sense of the word. The performances are in every waa enjoyable and worthy tbe patronage oT the beat c.asa of cUL zeni.? New York V> orld. Box n.llce open from 10 to 4 dally. Hivlns at 8 o'clock. FAMILY MATINEE EVERY 3ATCKDAY AT TWO. l.OO: O OIFT8. GRAND 01 KT CONCEiU AND DI8TRIBUTIOM for tba benefit of the rODNDLINO ASYLUM OF THE SISTERS OF CHARITY In tlie city of New York, and Soldiers' and Bailors' Orphans' Home, Washington, D. C., to be beld In Washington, D. G? under and by virtue of % permit from Hon. Commissioner of Interna! Ravenna, o* Wednesday, June 7, 1871. Tba following UifU will Us awarded by the Co mm! ' 4-story Brick House, 69 N. Calvert St., Ba't 8 140 acres of Timber Land In Wash. Co., Md.. with 8 dwelling! anu saw mul, lying on Che*. A Ohio Canal... m 3-story Brick House, Ut II I lou St., Halt. II _ 3 story Br!.-* Uott??, 118 Conway St., Bait V** 1 Fine itesidence near (?uvaiistown, & uillcs from Bait. City, on I'asteri ;er R. W ll,K> Bdo. do., saine location. ? " 7 Lots adjoining above suburban pioperty, W.fiOO each...... HMI Ossh lllfts #,?? ijssu.t/flo bond* Browu ivUle Precinct and Lincoln Co., Neb., 7 per rent, gold Int. |4,IMr. tt. bonds, AlO.OUl N, C. Kiate bonds, lit shares National Mec. Hank, Bait.: 100 shares Cltlrens' National Bank, Bait.; |nu shares Nor them Cent. K. B. ; 100 sharos Erie K. R. ; ?tl slvirsa Bait, an. I Ohio R. R. ; J) scares Pblln., Wllmog ton A Ball. K. R. 62,010 I u-kets un'y will be sold, at 95 eich Hon. H. Nct'ULLOt till, of Eltton, Md., Major OEO. T. CASTLE, BaltUiora, Md., CommlsstoMHk Hon. JAS. S. NEOLEY, M. C? rtUsbu.gh. I'a., Truataat References. Maj. Oen. D. Hniitor, U.S.A., Washington. I). C. ; lion. JaS. S. Negley. I'iU-buM, Pa.: First Naiioaai Bank, Hagerstown, Md. ; Appleman x to., Hankers, Hagera town ; Undegraff A Sons, Hauerstown.; Hon. *. ?? lata Attorney OeaartU, Baltimore j C. w, Abb<)^, Eso , *u r. O. av. Balu j John H. Fowler, l ?q. 1 W. H. Myers, of W. H? Mvers. A Bro., Kxchange pluco. Bait. . feeds of the above Real Estate oertUied to by coanaal l? hamls of the Trusteaa. Tickets and e.rcula?? ean haha^af Stationer anJ Print -r, ^0. 31 Nas?.?'i st. New 'w*i and at tbe uew?*tan Is of ail tH<*_ principal hot(. >s. Orilera br mall rscelve prompt attonti ?. pUMR MA I IIVHTT removal ^"cONjtKlTTi REPOSITOM* f JJ REMOVE 0 TO 43 BROADWAY, f nearly opposite hla old nstabllRiiKnent, OR BATES t' NOV ELTI l.S I.\ THE WORLD. Call ?r send stamp for a prtoo lut ot woadara. TUB ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION OF T.IE NEW YORK INSTUCt'ION FOR THE UL1ND. consisting of Vocal and Inan omental Music. Lite, ary Em*, gises, Ao., will be held at Suinwai tiejl on ThttraiUjr ewmin , Mar 11, Wl. cummoaolag at 8 Q'-clock. AdulM.u* MMM*