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- - ? ? i ' BOAKDBHS W ^ C^DOOK FROM FIFTH AVENUE.?EIJBU4NTIA* KWR1 afabed Room*. aimtly or en milte, with flr?t rl?*a Xutrt.tlNo 7 weat Twcutj-ninth afreets ancxcVpUou* al>l? rcAreneea. IOR TWO PLKAHANT *J/1TK: AJ.HO U<HM? S1MUI.* Room*, in ili -lruMr parties, with llrat < lu?* Hoard nnd (tendance. M Niutli stive t, LetWCen Br.ifttfwaj and lu|. vraity plaee. 1ROOX ANU BEDROOM IN CONNECTION ON thlril ami tburtli floors to let, with Bo:irit, to k? i? innii and wile or i-in/lr gentlemen. at S7 East Tuui Ktli (reel, between Broadway und Foarth avenue, XIlEP^l' ROW, Oft IKS RI.KEi'KEH HTREKT.?FI'Hnfeilii-d Room*, with Hoard for famllle< or alnjrle per otic; $14 and $lti per week ; alu^lo person* $7 and pi r we?k. 1 PARLOR FI.0OR, TIIKF.E LARGE ROOMS, HATH t room, i'l',>?eU,(,Ae., bamlsouicl^ IhrnlHltid; private Twentieth* street, near Broadw'ay. I?$6 TO $'-U-Ni<T".i.Y FCBBI8HED BOOMS; . modern Improvements; pientv of closets, good table, nlriixjint house; lor gentlemen niii! gentlemen un4 tUeir (amities. 2&! West Fifteenth street. Ifll'IT OF FWB L \ BOB, HANDSOME ROOMS, OB second floor, with or without private Table; Rooms on third lloor; iir.t class high stoop brown stone. 1!<3 West Forty-tlrxt street, Hroadwny iin 1 Sixth avenue. 1FULL SIZFD SECOND 8TORV FRONT ROOM, newly ami splendidly lurnished, with bulhroom -?<1lolulng; choice jiiiil in :ul\ Cooked Hoard; private family. US Went Twelllh street. 1 BLOCK FBOM CLARENDON HOTEL, 114 East Nirm'i cnth street. Ju.st opened; bouse handsomely furnished. Booms n suite and singly. with Board. 0 BOOBS ABOVB sriWKS.vnt 8QUABE.?handsomely lurnl> lied Rooms, en .-into or singly, to families or single, gentlemen, with tlr&t clam Hoard. 304 Second avenue, between Scventocnth and Eighteenth kih. OD FLOOR TO LET?WJTII OOOD HOARD; AT.rfO accommodations for slngb gentlemen; terms modcrate. Ninth avenue, second door from Twenty-third street. 4WE8T T\\ ENTY-EIGHTH sTitKKT-BB8IBAB&S Rootus for fnirilMesaud single gentlemen, with Hoard; also A3 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn. References. CTIl AVENUE, NO. 7<1.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED -* Rooms, en suite or singly, with Board; strictly first 1 Insf and only it small number accommodated ; roferencjs exchanged. ,TTH AVEKUE, 273? AN ELEGANT SECOND FLOOR *J to at; In111Hi* newly furnished ; private table. * r-TII AYKNUE.?AN F.LI'C.ANT PARLOR FLOOBj floor, with private tabic, In tho spacious double houbc 40 Filth avenue. e WEST WASHINGTON PLACE?NICELY Fl'R') ulrlicd Rooms to rent, with Board, tog ntlemcn and their wlvt h or Mnglo gentlemen: nclguborhjod convenient; house home-like and control. dS/J TO tin PER WEEK.?MCE, PI.EASWr ROOMS, IP') with excellent Bourd, for families and tingle persons. 17H Bleecker street, six blocks west or Broadway. (*>/ TO $8 PER WEEK FOR PLEASANT FURNISHED % ijiv) Rooms, with Board; also Room on first floor: hot and cold water In rooms; day boarders taken. 139 Mucdougal Btreet. *#> 7 To $12 FOS WELL rumntlRBD ROOMS. WITH ?P I excellent Board for lamlllcs and single gentlemen; house new and handsomely furnished. Apply at lltti Vaedon'-'al street. in EAST TIIIH TY-TMIIU) STREET.?A M IT OK I'' spacious Rooms on second floor, handsomely furnish! d, Mb or with oat private tab]*. U UNIVERSITY VI.ACE. CORNER EIGHTH street.?Handsomely furnished front Rooms, slimly or on suite, to let, with good Board, suitable tor lamilUw or gentlemen ana wives; reference. 1 () CLINTON PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY ?ROOMS 1 ? on llrsi and tecond Moors to let, with Board, to gentlemen and wives or a purty of single gentlemen. 1 () W A V E It LEY l'LM'E, THE FINEST IIOt'SE IN 1 ^ tMe city.? Bcautllul front Room, third floor: *20 for two; also Rooms $14 and $114, for two, with Bouul; table Board, 1 A Til STREET, WHT, m--HANDSOMELY FUR It: lilshed Suits of Rooms, for gentlemen and their wives ami single gentlemen; table flrst class. Terms moderate. 1 A BAM TIIIRTY-hECOND STREET, BETWEEN J. 1" Fifth and Madison avenues.?Elegantly furnished second and third storv suits of front Rooms, with superior Board, to responsible llrst class families; eotiro Floors if iium reel. nEART TlltKTV-flEVBNTII STREET.?A PF.S1Rable, second Flour to rent, with Board; roftrcnccs exchange J. OA WEST TWENTY-NINTII STREET, OPPOSITE OTL. sey Il?>us4*.?Rooms to Let (unexpectedly vacant), with or wltliout private table, band-onu l.v tltted up Willi every convenience. ltei'erenees exchanged. &QA TO (24 PER W B B K. ? F It O NT ANI) BACK JtiiU Pnrlors, slnttle or together, to gentleman ami wife, with rood Bobra; will be vacated on the ttli Inst., iu newly furnished house 1M Waverly place. 91 WEST FltiUTKlNIH STRUCT.?A PESIlt ABLE ?11. Buit of Room* to let, with it rat class Board; also a initio Room. 9?)n STREET, NO. 4(H WEST.-A PRIVATE FAMILY AU will let budnnei) fnrnlshed Rooms, with Board, to responsible parties; location unexceptionable; highest references. OOD STREET, WEST. 235.?HANDSOMELY Fl'R. ?iO nlsbcd Room#, with Heard, to let to gentlemen and ihelr wives or single gentlemen ; also Parlor and Extension, with private lable it desired ; house and attendance -tried, tir-t cla.-s; term, im><l< rate; rejeicuee. or- WAYBBLET PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY-'*0 Zd'f let, elegantly furnished Irmit and back Parlor, tor family, or two Rooms for single gentlemen, with ilrst class French table; day boarders wanted. 4?/^TII ST, M, BETWEEN HKOADWA* AM' ffl ?l) av.?A suit of newly and handsomely furnished Rooms to lot, with tlrst class Board and attendance; private family. 97 WAVERI.EY PLACE.?ELEGANT ROOMS ON ? I parlor, second and third Doors, with Board ; house and location tirst class; the best reference given and required. OQT1I STREET, 10ft, BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND ^iO Fourth avenues.?Furnished Rooms to let, with Board, to families, ttentlemeu and their wives, aud single gentlemen. iteierences. OOTll STREET, S? AND 41, WEST. -PARI.olt i'l.in.i:, &<J handsomely furnished-. al.?o Second Floor, front, *nd other Boonu; fable first clMfc QO WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET.?ELEOANTLY OO furnished, spacious Second Floor, entire or sepnrand, with or without private table: also upper sunny iront Suit, en suite or divided; strictly first class. 'JJTll STREET, WEST, 32v?HANDSOMELY FIR IT nished Rooms, for families or gentlemen; house and table first class. KetVreneua exchanged. q I TO street, ?*> west.?a comfortably fl'rO'l nlstwd Room, St ucr week, or a beautifully furnished one on second floor, suitable for a gentleman and lady; Board if desired. OC BEDFORD 8TRBF.T.?FURNISHED ROOMS, J*) with or without Board. to ?lngle gentlemen, In a urivatn family ; reference* exchangi d. LAFAYETTE PLACE, OPPOSITE AHTOR LIbrarv.?I'urnislied Rooms for families and gentlemen, with Hoard; table boarder* taken; releieui.es required. O/' EAST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.?THE COMOvJ forts of a refined home, with liberal table and haiMtiWfly furni 'lie,i Room*; tifknncM ex. hutgtA. Q7 VK8T FORTY-sEYENTII HMBT.-BIHR*BLI ?11 Bedroom and Parlor, handsomely furnished, on third floor, front, to be rented, with Board. JO wr.sT thIRTY-Tff IBD street, BBTWBBN O?/ Fifth avenue ami Broadway.?A small private family will let their Second Floor, lar?'c and desirable Rooms, with Hoard; reference* required. |A EAST NINTH STREET, SEMI BBOABWAY.? "t'I To let, with Board, large Rooms 011 second floor, tuitahle for gentlemen and wlvas j Room* tor gentlemen; day Hoarders accommodated. 4r WEST TWENTY SECOND STREET.-TO LBT, TO ) tenth men, w ith Board, two nicely furnished fourth floor double K< oms. Reierenec* given and r?> C quired. ?? WB8T TWELFTH BTit_E 1ST, BB l ? M;:x riFTB r<i a 111 ?rnui'<.?rnvnii" pwrni i anor Floor ond haud*oinely furnished Room* to let, en suite or singly, with llrst class Board; reltrencca required; table boarder* taken. r I WEST TWENTYFOI.'RTII HTREKT, BETWKEW ? ) r Klllh and Sixth avenuea.?Suit* i?f Room*, with Hoard, suitable for laiiilllea, on second und third tlovrn; also single ItiMim* tor gentlemen; central location. C" WEST TWELFTH HTREET, BETWEEN FIFTH >) ) and Hixtli avtnnr Eh gnntlv furnished parlor Floor, with Bonn); private table H desired; also other Room, in a private family. enWMIt ELEVENTHfTUBT LABOKKI h-.ANTl.Y t/T) furnished Room*, with Hoard. K7 NINTH HTREET. BETWEEN I MVEHHITY /I place and Broadway.?targe, handnomtly furnished Room?, connecting, suitable tor n party of gentlemen; nl?o siiif(lc Rooms, hrcuktaat it required'; rcleroncca wxchanged. / I WEMT THIRTY mxtii STREET, BETWEEN 0*x Fifth and Sixth venue#.?Well furnUhed Second Floor, in n private family, with tlrst clam Board and accommodation*, at a reasonable 71 MADISON aVI VI E. I J. Very desirable Koom*, with Board, to permanent pnrtle*. 1 (U) EEXINflTON AYENrB.?AN EI.DKRI.Y LvO widow lady ha* a handsomely furnished Parlor and Bedroom, also Third Htory, front, to let lo gentleman and wile, Board for lady. A|ipi\ for one week. mEAST HI XT Y- K1KT1I HTREETKf.EU *N I L> furnished Rooms, cn suite, on second and (third floors, with all convenience*; first class table; private family; house and furniture new ; home comforts; terms moderate. "1 (1G f(Vi htm AVENt E,* BETWEEN ELEVENTH J WO mid Twelfth street*?Room*, newly furnished, to let, with Board, suitable 1 or litiniliei or iienllnnen. I III .11 1(|() KAST 1WI 1,1 Til HTRKKT.?KHVE R AI,T?*IIKfcR* i'JfJ nil, well (illnl?h)'d Rooms to let, k parati'iy or tottrther, with Hoard; also two (jcntlf lin n can lie accommodated with l?t'li' Hoard. RfiercnrM ?x? hmiKi-d. mkast twenty KKillTII kthkkt. BKTWK.KN I^xinKlon and fourth avenue*.?A I'urlor nixl Bedroom, tnriilahnd and connecting, on (lie mm mid Moor, front; will lie l< t together or MtparaU.-ly, with Hoard; a flr-t cla?? Iioiim! and location. a > | LKXINUTOK At KM K, HKTWHN Ttv KNTTI &'T. rlfflith and Twenty ninth MrceK?Handsomely fiirnlchrd Srcond Klo'ir to let, with Honrd, toRetlier or aeparatrly, to a tint cli?-< family. Kel'crem ? - exchanged. |??7 WKHT rOMTY-MFTH HTItKliT -SlMOI.K (II NI ^ I tl.iren or a partv ran have new and elegantly iirwt iK'd itiMtma, wiiii I'wlinlvi; u?? oi parlor, In prhate Iuiiim- jjr< aMn?( jl ite-lnd. TOW T0K1 T | _ BOARDERS WASTED. i 1/11 macdouoal street, oornkb ok fourth. ' ItI oppo?tta Waxhington square.?Two or throe eleI gantly liirriihhert Rouirts lor ?ingk> gentlemen orgcull*[ mi'ii mill their wives, with good Hoard. 1,(1 WEST KOKTY FIRST STREET, BETWEEN H J liri'fti!v.'Av ami Sixth avenue.?Large., well fur1 nl>hed Roomy, lor a family or gen tie men, (o let. with Hoard ; unexceptionable reference* given ai>H required. ]\ /? EAST TIIIHTY-KOI HTII STREET, near LEX,'i'U inifU'ii avenue.? Handsomely lurtiltfhed R0<<1111<, with Houril . Iiuiiso anil location tlr>t elasg; eonvement to j cam ami stage*; references given ami required. 1 tl BAST THIBTY-NINTH 8TBKET.-A LADY WILL 1 iisX lot a handsomely furnished Room or Suit of Rooms, with Board or private table; house private; to s reliable uurtles terms reasonable. 1 -/i WKST KI.EYKSTU STREET.-TO LET WITH !?)') Hoard, one lar^e Room, second story, trout; j?rXrat** family; vcty pleasant location; only tew boar.(era take*. 1 -O WKST I i iRTY-Fl FT 11 STREET.?A PRIVATE ! ?O family occupying their owu house, would le.t a third story large mid side Room, connecting, separately or together, with Board. 1 /? J WEST TWENTY TillKD STREET, BETWEEN A'J'r Sixth and Seventh avenue*.?Furm.-luil I tool us, I with Board. Al-o a Parlor Floor to let. 177 LEXINQTOV AVEXI K, OOBNEB THIRTYI I fir l street.?Handsomely furnished suit of Rooms to rent, with Board, to a family or party of gentlemen; llnglii boobu; tcrtM moderate. *)<> > WKST TENTH STREET.?PLEASANT BOOM, ! ? ?I with good Board, may be had ; parties wishing to be permanent onlj need apply; wttunw exchanged. OOQWBOT TWENTY SIXTH STREET.? \ IEW RE/ spcctahle young men ran he accommodated with goo i Board and plea*ant healed Boomi. Q I Q WEST TWENTY FIRST 8TRBBT.?XICBLY ?rx.O tarnished Booms on second floor, fttmt, to let, with Boaril, to gentlemen and their wives or single gentleuien ; table llrst class. WEST THIRTY KOI ItTil SI'ltEt.T.-A PRI+*?)') vate family will let, furnished, with or without Bnard, a nlee, largo front Room on third floor; largo cloeete; hot ami eold water, Of'9 WKST TWENTY-FIFTH STUEET. BETWEEN Seventh and Eighth avt-nue*.?Nicely furnished Rooms to let, with Hoard ,to gentleman and Wife or studio gentlemen; terms mo lerate. : .) >? WKST TWENTIETH STREET.?A OEN'TI.KM AX ?> ??) and wife, also two or tliroe > omig uentlemciL. < au I he itccomnio lated with furuUhcd Rooms ami fcoud Hoard. Pinner at nuon. OCO WEST THIRTY-FIFTH STREET.?A FEW HEN WO tlumen can Iiavu good Board, with pleasant room; ilHn law hall Mroom; twtnillpor week. A PRIVATE FAMILY OF ADULTS ONLY, (KTI'l'V-. log their own house <128 West Forty-seventh street), offer their second story front alcove Room, elegantly furnished, together with unexceptionable Hoard und all the accessories of a llrst class home, to a gentleman and wife ; exchanging undoubted reference*. CtOMFORTARLE ANl) IIANDSOMKT.Y I I IINISHKD I Apartments, In a desirable neighborhood, tor gentleman and wife; Hoard for wifu only. Addles box l'Jtt Herald ottlce. BOARD AID LOPCaiO WANTED. AOKNTI.KM IN, WIFB AM) DACGHTBB. 15 Yi: WfS old, want two pleasant Rooms, with Hoard, in <i i strictly private family, in a good location, good table, good housekeeping, between Fourteenth and .Sixtieth | streets ana Fourth and Eighth avenues. Address A., box 119 Herald office. ! t LADY DESIRES BOARD IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, | - V where she will furnish u pianoforte and leach Music : to one or two member* of the family for her Board. Aduniiii' ri. ti'in.'ii 11.....i.t VliENTI.EV AN AM> Will:. WITH Al REFKRenre, de.lrc Hmiul in u class house; location Fourteenth l<i Filty iiintli -trcut umt lioui Maaisou to Sixth avi-nii' \il irn", ulih lull parti* ulars anil terms, A. H , box 141 Hvrnkl (>t??li Rriwli office. BOAKl" W?M I I ivi.I <11 KOlIB ADULTS will) Hi llr I* ll> I. nil-llllut III' uilld* ! iT?tc unit I'-.in ii " > : w t " ii in :iili sinct. Address r. K. K, Herald urn.. BOARD WAXTKfl ' \|I l Ma AM) WIFE up tow n uiilit- .ii r..v Ki.iiin, u ill u rn IsUt'il or ! furnished: reU rcu e*. A Mw -, box lso Ucrald Uptown Kranch offlc?, I,-Hi Broadway. SUPERIOR BOA It I > ami i:r -i i ?i \> i: for (1KNTLE| k? man ami wile ami brother ami sinter, with h irenteel ; ,lc\vi?li family; term* about per month. Address, stating locally, box J5i Herald uptown Branch office. WANTED?IN' SIXTEENTH, SEVENTEENTH OR ii Eighteenth street. between Kilth and Sixth avenues, a (food Hud room, with lircuklast, hot water and lire lllClU'U d. Address, v. ith terms, Z., box Ha Herald olllce. \\J ANTED?FO It OENTf.EMAN AM) WIFE, IN A >V private lainily, a large, furnished Hooin, with Are, with Hoard lor the lady only; terms must lie moderate; location must lie between Fourth and Twelfth street*. Address, stating terms, W. E. R., MS Broadway, sit. Onarlas Hotel. WANTKD--HY rwo YIH N(? IiEN'TI.HMEN, A ROOM, V? with Board if required; central location preferred. Address with particulars, A. C. KICH.YltDd, box 3,065 Pout ortice. WANTED -HOARD FOR (JKN'TLEM\N, WIFE, TWO TT young children (.neither go to table) and two nurse?; three Rooms; two second story ; any exposure lull northern ; near Madlfon iMjuare nreterrcd. Address, with best terms and references, W. H. C., Herald olllce. iaoriu. ISLAND'S ST. JULIKN HOTEL, NEAR BROADWAY. J No. * Washington place, central location.?Rooms ST per week; Board, with wine, 810 per week; elegantly furI lushed Parlor, with Bedroom, W>. MAISON PARI8IBNNB, 88BAST TWELFTH STRKKT, lately open, with handsome Apartments and llrst "'* > table d'hote, ut t>o ft M.. at $1 SB, including ?in*. N'KW ENGLAND HOTEL, 30 BOWK It Y, OORNBB nt Bayard street.?200 buhl Rooms, neatly furnished; fid cents or til) cents per to $1 pur week; lor geutkan niiiy. PICKWICK IKll SK, M7 I EUAR HTItKFT, COXVKXIi|it"NViv Jersey terries.?Slntf'e Rooms, 25c.. 35c. and .')Uc., Meals, 25c ; Board and LodKinu $5 to 97 ?>er w iik Ol. eiHXAIH, KM ill AVENUE, TWBNTY8EOOND J street and Broadway.?American plan; tatile d'hote; *:i 50 per day : elegant Suits mill siiiale Rooms lor Winter; tpieiuiul location; accommodations llrst class. WIU.IAM li. TOMI'KINS. W'ixtkk hk-out.-ROYAL Victoria HOTEL, NASh saii. N. 1'., Bahamas, opens tor the Winter season November 1. I'or lull information address J. Lld^i rwood, Audit, 734 Broadway, N. V. LEWIS F. Cl.h VKLA.N P, l"ro| rl?toi' Tin.Mill BTRBBT, CORNER OF BROADWAY.? The wpUrre Hotu U now opto fbr ttie reception of Knests; first elA!k< aecoininodatloii can be had lor families and single persons at moderate price*. Transient bo.irders, $.1 per day. <&1 R41 PRR DAY,?BOARD, WITH SINGLE ROOM, pi l/U bv week, $f<: irentlemaii and wire, lYom (11 to til ; at Dugout lloUi'C, 160 Hudaoli street. WatcLmjan all night. Loutting*, 90c. COVimtT HlMfil). JpNOLEWOOD BOCSB. BNGLEWOOD. N. J? ;t J mile* from New York l>y Northern Railroad, loot of , Chamber* street ? Boiiril lor Fall and Winter oil rcuaon- i aide term.'. Apply to proprietor, Englcwood House. Tl 1 <>KR ISTOWN, iV. J.-PRIVATE FAMILY, IIAVIXH j JII ii large, nirv house, can accommodate four persons; | good Board; plenty milk; mountain air: Una drives; ex- , tensive grounds; ; near depot. 171 Hwlsou street. ( 111 MEAL ESTATK FOR RALB. I'.:??t Kldr, i BARfiAIX.-A HOUSE, 2HXMX100, FOUR STOKV I i\ hihI basement brown stone, I'll Hast Thirty-first street, Ireaeoed and luriiinlied. price $J7,.V)tl. w. Pt3<x, 208Broadway. \?lliii >K -: I STORES I It LOTS til . On Fifth. Madison and Park avenues, principal ! cross streets, Broadway RniUliiias. Central Park Lou, 1 Properties t>i rent, new Complete Cltv Map, Ac., all com- , 1 iii i-ed in our Free l!i gister. V, K. StEVtiVSOS Jt 8uN, II Pine street and 226 Fifth avenue. A?Tlllltl) A VEX I K LOT, 2SXIIHI, WEST SIDE, BE . tween Seve.uty-eighth and Seventy ninth streets ready for building; price $l8.flini; only JVHIO (ash re<iuired. ff. MYER. No. 7 Warren street, room 7. A PARK VYENI B CI I oic F.I.Y LOCATED VODBBM tlinroiiKl.lv hnilt four story hlith stool) massively !lni?hed lir wn stone Dwelling, l.ot and <>a- Fixture-; liou-e 20x00; owner uoliig to Europe; will sell reasonably. V. K STEVENSON 4 SO.V, 11 Pine street anil tM Filth avenue. \?FdK SAI.E, <>N MADISON AVENCE, CHEAP FOIt . cash, a splendid lour storv llou-e, finished in cabinet work ; part Lots In payment. FRANCIS CI* AW FORI), !**$ Third avenue. ? ?NECESSITY MAKES OPPORT1NITY.?OWNER . \ , wants cash for a three story blah ..loop House, near Central Park; price tan.ftO; term" $7 i??? cash; part Lota taken. FRANCIS CRAWFORD, uflu Third avenue. AT l.IKW THIRD AVFNI E-BY .TOIIX FETTRECH? Houses for sale on Sixtieth street. Sixty first, SlxtyI second, Sixtv sixth, Seventy-third, near Finn avenue and Madison, 'from SS5,H?, ?.?vMl, $.is,im>, $00,000, $*1,IU). $70,000, SlnO.noil and upwards; also 1 l?k) others; also Houses to rent at all prices. tfend your order and seen re a good house. TJAROA1VH IF PI'RCHASED I MMEDIATKLV-MOST J? desirable Resiliences between Fourth and Sixth avenue*; alio llou-.es In all parts of the eitv. PA HE A Mi OAFFERTY. Flllli avenue, eorncr Fifty -second street. TjlOB 8AI.E--ON MADISON AVENI'E, Ml'BRAY Itll.f,, A1 a four itory hltfh sloop law Ifouse, elegantly tin nlshed, In perfect order; one of the be*i houses on the ftvenne; immediate possession, on catti terms. Apply to SLA DB A CO., 23 i nion aqanre. Ir??*R HAI.E, AT A CUE ATRAUC MX- \ DIKEE ST?>RY 1 Enxlish basement llnuse. Iii the most delightful locution In lliirlein; ??*, hath, kr.; price If.WW. cash IS,##, remainder on mortgage. Apply to tony FAHToB, 201 Bowery. I TfOB HAI.K?AN ICF.RtlANT FOl'R 8TORY HOUSE. 2* I I lect liy CO: lot 100; 13 Knit 1'lfly.third street, near | Fifth avenue. Apply on the premise*. IpOR UU CHEAP?THAT YXBY BEAT Til UK K ' story and li.i?ement House, on East Filly fourth street, between Lexington and Fourth avenues; mu-t be ! gold, owner leaving fnr Canada. JAMES ROWE. 1 TTIOB HAI.K, TO LET OR KN'I'IIA \(,E?A THREE I r story high stoop brown stone House, painted and Irescotnl In lit Vie; location East I'ifiy-llrst strict, Second | and Third avenues. JAMKH ROWK, 9l!t Third avenue. I^OIt HAI.F OR TO RENT?Til K Hi ll,IHNO 1.14 EAST I Forty first street, near I/CXlnglon avenue, fonr ?torle< high, 22*122 and U1 feet wide In the rear; adapieil tn t livery stable or a factory i price kio or rent $t>M perunnum. Apiily to t'fll.KMAN BKNEDICT, 14 llroad street, or PET I II CARTER, 530 11 roadway. . 1 EXINOTON AVENI'E, NEAR HHYIIHII 1J street.?Elegant new first elss* four story high stoop brown slone llmi-e will be tolil very Cheap. Apply to I RH'IIAKI) V HAR.NEir, III Broadway, room r, baw Hunt. K. HEEAliD, MONDAY, SE CITY RRAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Kaat Hide. rpiIIRTV-SIXTH HTREBT, NEAR PA UK AVENUE.-A X \er.v tliMi ttliW-locr Mory bro?n Ktone Re*litence, lu K<Mwt condition, well built and lor sale til a motif rule i price. Permit* lo examine can In-obtained iroin tut(lM). I r. o. i D. BROW N. 90 Broadway. I rpilIRb AVF.SUE. WrsT KIDH, NEAR TilIHTY1 fourth *trt:et.?tor nic, one of U?e beatbuilt Storm on ttin avenue. Mutable lor u roiiit'cllonrry or liakeiy. Apuiv lo ItOMElll IltWiN, :m Bowery, irom It) to vt : 'dock. r.TIl AVKNt li.-A Fill i: S'KlltV, llllill HTOOP. NAB?J row brow n atone Hou.?e, in one of tlie most elegant , Mocks above Korty-flltti street; style nnil lluWt llrnt cla?H. with uli modern iinprovcmfUM; will lie hold with furniture unostlv now ttml mailt' lor lioii-ei ut u bargain. Apply to 1IOM I'.K MUUtJAN. No. 2 Pirn-blivt t. eOTH ST.. BTEAB LBXIXQTOV ATEMI ' I-:,?THREE iMJ Htirv brown atone House, cotnpli U ly or partially tlll'ltUliiMl 11 tinrufim til m i ritnilit Aniilv lit RICHARD V. HARNETT, 111 Biom'.way, room F., barem?Ut. Weil Side. A FOUR STORY BROWN RTONE IIOCSK TOR SALT! ; prlru Jlii/iOU; only $-',500 cash required. Apply ou premises, 880 went 'HUrty-seemid street. IjlOB SALE?$30,000?I'HKMI8KS ON .NORTHEAST eoruer Duuuc and Curolluu streets. I'or diuttritm, Ac., apply to .1. I'. LOMi.V.N', Imildi i, ISO North Mooru street, or to J. W. JAOKBOK, Equitable Life, 120 Broud*r?y. For bale?thb three htory brick iioi:se and Lot 227 Tcntli avenue, between Twenty-third and Tyant) teurth streots. CaU ob premise*. /'Q WEST FIFTY-FIRST STREET.?A MEDIUM SIZED I/O four Htory brown stone first elass house, between FU'tli and Sixth avenues; must lie Mild ur leaned inlineillutely; owner Jeuviiitf the city. Anidv on premises. roAert christy. BKOOKLYM PUOPER'J V FOR HALiK AND ! TO LBf. ijickalh branch otfiob?brooklyn. advertisements for~the new york ubrald j RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, in the lonu island savin us bank building, j t'UKNKll Of FULTON AV. AND BOr.Ill M ST. OFFICE Ol'EN from h a. m. TILL 8 p. m.; on s i n day from 3 to 8 P. M. carriers and a( ie nts' department No. 7 I i:< "NT sthlKT. BBOOKLTO. VN ELEGANT TURKU STOliY BUOWN stokjb front House for sale.?liullt ex pro inly for owner's use, occupied a lew mouths; till modern improvement*; lioii?e 20x4tixl26x2f>x6d, e'|Uiil to two lots; would sell OurSimiles iiiid Chandeliers, which ure uli new ami ot the most elegant pattern*; parlors are Motiuet, diiiliiK room and halls frescoed; In laet, one of the com- | tdetest houses on the hill; convenient to Myrtle Mini Du Kalh avenues. Also, 262 Clermont avenue, a most complete Uttlo three story brick front House; all improvements; juet overhauled, nlumhcd, painted and decorated ; 21)0 feet mirth of )>e Kalh avetmc. Tlie>e are choice loin 1 of property and well worthy the attention of buyers. Apply on the premises or address T. FAOAN, 17.1 Adelplil sheet, Brooklyn. Iuimedi'ite possession; easy terms; moderate prices. Agent* not answered. Brooklyn.?to let, a foi r story enoltsii liiiseoient House In Clinton street ; this house can hu rented until tlie 1st day id' May at a 11* lire to ->iiit the t nnnt. Address WILLIAM J. ifoEY, County Clerk's otllcc, New Yorfc. IjlOB SALE?OB SENT VERY LOW, 80 UNION street, near Court street, Brooklyn; ul| modern improvements; complete order. S. IRELAND, -Ml Itromlway. rmiE FNHERSUiMiD OFFERS THE FOLLOWING j I Property very elieap, has inn ohtained tile same under force Insure A two storv frame House in Hrainhrldirn i street, near Fatchcn avenue, price ouu In Gulitcy street, nearStuj vesunt avenue, price $:i,Ktlu; one InKosclubUo street. ncarStuyvcsaut avenue, una four brow 11 stone three Mury unci basement House.', Mulshed with all of tlio modern improvements and in the best locution in Hrc.oki.vu, Ross street, betwetrt Bedford and l.ee avenues. Inquire of the owner, toot of Heap street, in the brick yard, W.M. E. ('IIA I'M AN, Williamsburg. .IKUSKY CITY, IKIUOKKV, IICUSOM CITY AM) BKRGBN REAL KSTATK. To lienor Un?c. /CORNER STORK TO LET?NEAR 1IOROKEN FERRY; \ J 17ft Christopher street: will be leaded to a (rood tenant; now fitted as u bar. Applj to MICHAEL MUUVilY, <j Whitehall street. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR 8A1| OR TO RE\T. ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS, At"., REQUIRING Laud tor improvement are requested to investigate some of the beautiful Budding Siics in tlto lower end of Westchester which we have for sale. The land is rapidly increasing in value, and will prohahlv soon he n part of New York city. I'OTTKR BROTHERS; Nos. 4 and t> Warren stl'ec t; Branch otllee, Kol'illlttm. / MTV OF YON KBRS. ?FURNISHK1 > Itl'.siDBNQE8 TO v J rent, for the Winter months, at very low prices, by WALTER I'NDKIlHILIi, Warburton avenue, opposite Manor Hull, Yonkera, N. Y. L^OK SALE-IM YONKKR8, A KINK COUNTRY SEAT P of .to lots; good Improvements; large quantity of choice Irult ol all kinds. Also three other Plots near by, containing about 30 acres; ulso two Houses ami Stores. Tbii property Is offered at a very great bargain to close an estate; any person can double their money in a very short time |liv retailing it out in lots; property clear; I terms easy, Part of the above property would be ex- | eliiinueil toreilv lir.,.i..rlv Tin. U w.rtii Innk iiitf nllj.i- I Address E. B. TAYLOR, Yonkers, for an iuternew. tvnknmm oouh*y pbopebty.?fob sals, i tt atTrcinnnt, near tho station, two riots. V . acre* each; also desirable Building Lot*. Apply to A. T. Ml Ck- I IIOI'T, lumber yard, I'trst venue and Thirtieth street. PROPERTY OUT OK THK CITY FOR 8AUB OR TO MVT, AT NEW MKItillTOX?TO KHXT, TWO HIUCKVILIns; one furnished; gits, water una nil modern improvements; delightful location; near ferry. Apply to HAMILTON A CO., '.rj Front street, of to HOWE i CO., 10 Pine street. A M AOSI KICK VT park, m aonn, AT Mi I?I>LEJ.X town, Orange ootmtv; finest orchard, plenty fruit, large lniiise and outbuildings, good soil, Hell watered; decided bargain; JSt.OOO. CHARLES W. WARP, 7s? Cedar street. A BEAUTIFUL RESIOEXCE, WITH 20 ACRES OK Land, in the splendid village of White-done, L. I.; due view ot the hay ; good for speculative purposes, having streets and ovi'tnii son iitl sides; nothing to he emupared to it on Long fsiand; will he sold or exchanged at a bargain; also one acre, beautifully located, with tino 1 11 ult trees, well adapted for a villa seat; title unexceptionable. Apply to JAMES NOBLE, 424 West rwcnly- ' illtli street. New York. Beautiful bbsidbncs, 14 booms, cabruoi house; all modevn Improvementsi splendid view of Kay; bathing in ttotit; tlve minutes from terry, ' Ktalei inland: $12,000. DARRIN, 00 Bread street. C^ranvokh, nkw jbbscr?iforty mini ti.s raox J Liberty street.?Plots 0O&2OO feet ou hlgll ground; I graded streets and near depot; can be bought lor $300 by pt?\lng$2n down and $10 per month. Call on K. DUX- i CAN 8X1FFEN, No. 8 Pine street. / tOUNTRY SEA t TO BBBT?IN w BSTCIIESTEB, AD\j mining Weet Votum a lirgt frame Mansion, with modern improvements, garden, stable, coach-house. It acres ot land ; llewly painted and papered throughout; well adapted for Winter or Summer; three miles from ! Harlem; a good macadamized road all the way. To a i good tenant a lease for a term of years will be given at a low rent. New Haven Railroad will run clo?e by. Ap. I ply to WM. WATSON A 00., VJ Franklin street, or on the premises. I Dt'NELLEN, CENTRAL RAILBOAD, NKW JERSEY, 75 minutes from Liberty street, near Bine ltidgc.? Itt-a'i t it ill improved Farm, fruit, forest, upland and mendow; modern Hulldiugs. STEVENS, Agent, IMtnelleti. | TjlLEOANT RRStDKM'E??IX70; ALL MODERN IM- I rj proventents; extensive stables, perfect order; eleven acres; plenty fruit; 10 minutes triim terry, Htateu Island; I $is,aw, worth ?W,0U0; terms easy. IlAKKIN, S(J llrnad. "C1ARM FOR HAT.E?N^AR KRKRHOM), NEW JERr sey; railroad through tlie pine-; lljaire* in nil; sell hotli sides ot tlie road or one. Inquire ol'A. HANkiNin. No '.i E?-t n11h 11. nth itrcet, IV>R BAI.E?A Sl'PERB MfLMUl HITK ON OR. niii.'o Mountain. containing 5 nrres, facin:l on Trcmont avenue; but 5 minutes' drive flroin either Montrose nr Orange Valley Htation. This property 1*offered cheap mill on easy terms for a tew day* only. \pply to (il'l)R(IK K CAMr. 7 >?; Btos4 Miitti Xtwifki N? J. UACKRNSACK AND Aid. P\RTB NKW .IERMI.V ? Karnisaud village Pro|ierty tor sale, exchange and to let; some furnished. feint for printed description. e. m. M ason, No. I Chain! eia ureet. N'KAT < OTTAilK, SEVEN ROOM*, TWO l.ors, M'ven minutes' Muik lYom leriv, Ktaten Islam); . '!) ); van pay ill Instalment*; Is worlli sidewalk flagged. I>ARKIN, AO Broad street. | cPl.ENiill) M ACRE KAHM. in BUCKS COUNTT, k7 Pa., at h sacriflce.?'Three inltes from Iuikc town, 1'4 ' hour from Philadelphia; S'i hours irom New Voik-.Mry J rich land, farmed fiy maelilne, tree irom atone, hcauliittl | 1 stream, good tlsliing, splendid orchard cholen frnit, very i I line eommodloiiN initiuiiiirs, In prime order; brick dwelling, 9 rooms, liarn 40 by "!i. wag.n, hoir and poultry j hoii-es, splendid water, very healthy. Tlili place must ! lie seen to be appreciated. * t an lie twmuht w ithin two i weeks for $6,ftOU; is worth $10,1100. Terms to suit purchaser. Immediate iwwscssioii It desired. lake the ii A. M. train from foot of Mlwrly str? i t, New York, New ter-ey Central Railroad, conn' to Bethlehem, Pn.. there take North Pennsylvania Railroad for Quakcrtown. In '\V A I,K i'',K ; enrrlage waiting to fcliow farm'; mil return to Now York nt.'?1'. M. yyillTENTO.VE, L. I. The Lot* unaol<l at the auction of Soptrnib r U will lie soli nt private i-ale mi payment of only flo per nionlli. Without IlltCTPHt. l'rice* from to $i"0. 41 train* rtalljr. 70 minute* from Oily Hull. Call on H. K. VA.f fK'LKN, Komii No. B, 133 Na*?ail wtr?'?*t, for information ntul pan****. Mr. n. It. Hopkins will meet you ?t ilcimtat Wliit< ?loi? ami *liow you the crottnil*. AI?o a few Plnti in "<ianl< n I'urk." Hie most lii iiiiiltal home uml tlie Inst plucti lor InN catment In till* " ity. HKAITI fKCL WHfTI.STOSK. $r. twin - ?OR '"U1; 0R ro lkt, ATCRAirroKD, ft m f. V. J,. an minute* Iroin I.ilieriy street, a new I modern lloii?c : V rm m?; lot lu?x2u>. JILOW.VI>iiDALE, Ml Brotl'lwajr. PTEMBER 3V, 1872.?TRIP] BEAL ESTATE TO RXCHAN?E. Anv one desiring to exchange a mm claw Kealdence, furniMied or unfurnished, not below Thirty-lourth street, for choice Business l'rojierty on Broadway, in very heat location, with flrat rla.-w lenuntN, tun hear of a rare opportunity by addressing II., box 5,22U I'oat oflw. TOO* IAUI OK BXOHA*UB?A KINK CORNER 1? brown stolid IIoum', on Second avenue, *J0.vl6; in tine order: repletu w ith Improvement's would exchange tor u jrood puylnv Ti neiix-nt Property; also a fine House on Kitty-tlrst Htreet, 2 x4MxlUU; painted thnuiKhout, heater, furnace, t;ns fixtures, shnd?'s. *' .: tnu?t 1m- n?id. fall nud make an ofi'er. .1A.*1 i:s UO\VK, 918 Third u\ enue. I^OB KALE?OB WOtLD EXCHANOE?A FOI'B story hrlek front Tenement und :< utorr frame rear jidiiw, oil k?*i ritty-umrtn nirecr. a otinuue t>y euiung mi JAXJ28 HOWE, 919 Third aveuue. rno EXCHANGE?IMPROVED PROPERTY. AT VAXJ. d?;rbiIt landltlK. 0 elrur, J'??r New York city House. ('. WA YLAND A AYMAH. Kit Fulton Htroet. rpo EXCHANGE?100 ACRE FARM, M MILES FROM J city, i!'. from depot, cood loenijnn, Rood house un?l burn, lor Murres lien vy 'linilier; prieo $.M'H <i. I(. SNYDER A CO., 178 Hroadway. rpo EXCHANGE?FOR A SMALL COUNTRY HEAT J. it nil Home <'nnh, u tlr?t ? !?? hruwn sloue ilouie, on Murriiy Mill, uenr Fifth avenue. J. O. MoYT A SON. 171 Broadway. rpo EXCHANGE FOR CITY OR JERSEY HOCSE-A J. Farm ot M ihtpm. one hour In New .lentey, nenr depot*; iiIho Farm of VO acri s, near Dover, Morrf* county, lor Krooklyn porperty. KKl.LV HROlHEltS, 'Jiiti 11 mu d way. una EyriTY in a first clash four 'ipU.VMMF story Engll-li basemeut House In Clinton street, flrooklyn. lo exehunjfo tor some well paying Hn-iliesH, Address V\ 11.1,1A M .1. llOKY, Comity Clerk's office, New York. REAL EsTATE WAIVBD. AHOl'SE WANTED?MODERATE SIZE, WELL HI II.T, lii>;li stoop, un.l loi'itti'il iieiwiM n Tliirty-fourtli unil Seventieth MreeU, west ot Thinl nveuue, worth iihont ii2D,noU, lair vuliiulion ; ig&.tKlt) eaali nin] u di-sii uhlr Property iu p:irt purulent, situated within I'.i hours ot New ioi-k, wiiii cou.-tuni 1-,Illinium.'II.ion tty bout aim mil; u healthy it ml improving neighborhood; tin- premises consist of 18 acres kooi! luiul, u medium sized house ami outhtiildliiKx. in good condition, worth over S-S.UW, uiul rapidly a|>pi-t'?'iii liuK ; balance on u short mortgage* Principal* only phase address X. Z., Herald Uptown Uruncli office. 1WtI,I< l'AY $4,01*1 CASH FOR A FARM, WITH GOOD buildings, within 40 miles oi New York: prefer to trade with owner. Address KAKM, box lllj Iici'ftld L'ptowtl Ben noli office. OWNERS "OR BROKERS HAVING DYICKMAN LOTS to M'll, at low price, by slating exact location, lowest price uiul terms, may tlnd a purchaser by uddrcMiug MONEY, Herald office. rnooWNKRrt OF UNIMPROVED RKAT. ESTATR?\\ HO I will put up a building on the same. WxlOO, suitable lor u furniture \\alehouse, :iiul lease, sav lor ten t.-yis or more; the building to cost irnin 'to *:t Mwd, anil must lie loeated helween fourteenth and Thlrtv-lourlli street* and I ourtli and Seventh avenue* Inelusive ; comer preferred; perfect seeurltj cull he gi\eu. I'll use address, stating location, rent, Ac., H. L. l/\, box :',Wi Nrw York l'o?t office. IITANTKD-A HOfSK AMI TWO OR TMR.EE ACRKjt I ' of tillable J ..mil. in coma village, suitable for it shoemaker; State ot Connecticut prelonuil. Address, sliuinjf^ricc, <fce., 11. HOFFMAN, 71'Silroad street, New AJUB8I VT AVCTtOH, ASSIGNEE'S BALE IN BANKIiCITCY til the entire stock of Jewelry, fiafes, Machinery, Tools and Fixtures of Charles Franelie .t K. I>. HAII,MY, Auctioneer, o III re ISO Kant Fourth street, will sell on Tuesday, October I, at II A. M , ul 1115 Broadway, b.v order of the United States District Court, the entire stock of Hall' and other Jewelry; also the Fixtures, Tools, Machinery and Safes belonging to the estate ot said bankrupts. i UCTION SALE OF HAN'DMOM K IlnlSKIIOI.il l i lt. i.iture, I"i?-r mill Mantel Mirrors. Bronzes, Paintings, | Ac.?K I), HAILE V, Auctioneer, office No. 60 tint Fourth streot, near Bowery, will sell mi Monday. Sept. :ii), at lii!a o'clock, lit the brown stone residence 21tiEast Fifty-eighth street, nriir Second avenue, all the elegant Furniture contained In said house, consisting m part ol BrusseUand Ingrain Carpets, oilcloth?, hlack walnut and gilt I'arlor Suit, covered in satin; black walnut Extension Tuhle, hlack walnut Dining suit, covered in lcalhur; elegant hhu'k wulnut Bullets, Diuing chairs, marble top Centre Tallies. Bronzes, Oil Paintings. Library Tables. French walnut Bookcase, rosewood Bedroom suit, Mack w alnut ! iiui gilt Bedroom Suit, Spring .Mattresses, Curled Hair Mattresses, Bolsters, Pillows, Blankets, Lace Curtains, Shades, French ('locks, Silver Plated \Yuro, Ac. Catalogues early on morning of sale. 4 cctiox ,-alk OF HOUSEHOLD n i:MU kk, _ V FH1DAY, October 4, 1872. at 11 o'clock A. M., at New York Sales aud Storage Repository, Fourth avenue, corner Twcnty-flttli street, New York, a large, attiaetive and peremptory salo of choice new Hlack Wuluut aud Hosewood Chamber, Library, I'arlor and Dining Rooiu Furniture, lieddlng, Ac. The above ready tor inspection, with catalogues, Wedne-dav, October 2. ami up today ot sale. Parties declining housekeeping or desirous of disposing of new and second luind Furniture, Bedding, Carpet', Ac., can have the same sold at public auction or private sale on lowest terms. ri. DINOKE A CO., Auctioneers. 4 IiFEED A. CALDWELL, AFCTIONKKit, j\. Salesroom 79 Nassau street. TUESDAY, October 1, at lO.'j o'clock, nt the elegant brown stone residence Vo c b-a.,..,. place, between Forty-ninth auu iittieth streets P^ast Hlver. The property of a gentleman lately deceased, and fold by order of the administratrix. Consisting ot elegant .Marie Antoinette I'arlor Furniture In French walnut, covered In i?lush; marble top Centre iind Side Tables, Turkish Kasv Chairs, Mirrors, inlaid Tables. Parian Figures, Vases, Clock s Bronzes Oil Paintings. elegant Velvj t, Brussels and ingrain Carpets, oileloihs, magnillecut carved rosewood Pianoforte, Window Curtain.-, an 1 Shades, very rich Chiimoer Suits in walnut, llalr Muttrews, Bolsters and Pillows, Feather Beds, Rockers, Toilet Ware, Lounges, Solas, Cottage Chairs, single and double Bedsteads. Extension Dining Table, Dining * hairs, marble top HutVct, elegant walnut Book Case Cbi.i.iwiire, Silverware, (i'a-wware, Table Cutlerv, Kitchen 1'tecsils, Ac,. Ac. The above sale will be positi\i> iiinl v\ iiliniit i i'?i'rvt' toi'lo<K> tlif O. F. A J. C. SHAW. Attorneys tor Administratrix. AUCTION HALE?AT RESIDENCE 121) WEST :3D ST., between fi:li and 7lli avenues. LUKE FITZUEKALD, Auctioneer. EU-xaiit cosily and plain Household Furniture. Pinnolorte, Oil Paintings, Bronzes, Parlor Suits, Ac. hole thisi.MoUdmy) raoriiing, commencing at ID'., o'elock. OverSDn lots, hy catalogue, viz.Magnificent 7"'.i octavo roscwocd I'lnnotorto, made to order; elegant Parlor Knits, covered in cnui-on satin broeatel; .Mirrors, Velvet and Brussels Carpets, bookcase, Ktagere*, Curtains, oil Paintings, 80tt volumes ot choice Books, Jardinieres. Chamber Suits, in rosewood and walnut: Pressing Bureaus, Bedsteads. 20 Curled Hair and Spring Mattresses, Pillows, Holsters, Wardrobe*, Ac.; Dining Room Suits. Buffet, Chairs, Extension Tables, China Pinner and Tea Sets, solid Silver and Plated Ware, Library and Draw lug Kooiu Suits, Ba-einent and Kitchen Furniture. Sale positive. N. It ? GoO li boxed and AlppeA \LFKED a. caldwkix, au* iwneer " SALESROOM ?J NASSAU ST., SEAR FULTON. CONTINUATION. flALK i1 1ANOFORTE8, FURNITURE. CARPETS, BEDDING, AC. TIUH HAY (MONI1AV), AT PH. O'CLOCK, over elegant Parlor, I.lbrarv, Chamber and Dlniug Iloom Furniture. Including rich Velvet and Hroascls V?Tv>v>s. Mirror*, Painting*. H?1i ud Bedding. Also, AT 12 O'CLOCK, TWO MAC.NIFlCF.NT CARVED ROSF.WOOD PIANO ! FORTES. The above sale oilers rare inducement* to housekeepers, as every article will positively be sold without re-er\? , hy order of adnimlstratorsoi >latthew Doughty, deceased. Furniture boxed on the pretiilses lor country buyers. \ LB LET It. WALDRON,~Al CI'IO.SELIU Horse Mart H'8 Liberty and 111 Cedar stree t. Braneb Mart SIB and ?t Hroadwnv. Williamsburg. llOR.-ES, WAGONS AM) HARNESS. THIS DA V, September 30, U72, at 12 o'clock, 15 head of superior Work and itimd Horses, Top, NoTop Wagons. Kockaways, Ac., single ami double. Harness, Whips, blanketa, Ac. All warrantees ol horses extend ; 34 hours, t HiiioKues at aula wad mic positive. A MIUNKK'B SU.K IN BANKRUPTCY" ??? a jkiin l. vandewatek, auctioneer. On TUESDAY (to-morrow), October I, at 11 A. M., at storeroom, No. 70 Murray street, Swedish Cream Soaps, Nichols original Sapolio and | i......... ... I....,-,, ir.. I ford's Table Sauce, pressing Salad-, Flavoring Extract*. .VI."t> Willi's, Hriiinlk'H. Hocks, cigar*, Oolong Ton*, Ac. Also Iruii sale. office Furniture, Ac. All In tin- mutter ot William B. Flake and C. I>. Lawrence, bankrupts. Wii.1.1 \.M ii JAUKHON, Aartjim V~~ I'CTIOV?IjTruK ANO llliM'I.NK SaI.K, " Til IM (Monday) AFTfcRNooN, Sept.:?>, at l>j o'clock, at the lour slory private residence, 11 1 Went Elgh.h street (Clinton pluee), near sixth nvenue. .Magnii?ont Household Furniture, I'lanoiorie, line i >il Fainting* by eminent artist*, elegant i'arlor Knit*, latest style, all made to order. EDWIN Ml HOLS, Auctioneer. I'arlor Velvet, Hnnwla, Medallion Carpet*, I'ier and Oval Mirror.', I.me Curtains, magnitlci ut I'arlor Suits, covered with crimson satin, plush and reps, style of .Marie Antoinette and Pompadour: Rosewood I'luiio.orte, made lo order, cost C7A; Cabinet* htagercs, Jardinicr*. Bookcase, Kronrc*, Vases, stafnary. Rosewood and Walnut Bedsteads, llureiiiis, Wa*h*tauds. Commodes, Curled Hair and Spring Mfltresses, Bedding, Turkish Easy chairs, I-ottnges, Mirror*, Curia.ns, Walnut K-'p* Suits, Hntfct, Extension Table, (.law, China ami Silverware, Servants' Furniture, Hoods packed, Imxed and shipped tor purchasers In city or country. Commencing ut 1*, o'clock, positively. Vt'OTIOM SAI.IC. Al iit ST MAKT1NES A CO Auctioneer*. Magnificent Household Furniture, ruinllngs, Hron/e*, riauolorte. Carpets, Mirror Ac., on THIS DAV (Monday), Sept id, at the private residence .Wl West 15th st, between ,'ali and nth avenue*, tale commencing 1111, o'clock Prawin* Rooma?Stipcrh 7 octave rosewood Pianoforte, celebrated maker; elegant Drawing Room .Mill*, I'onipadour and Marie Antoinette styles, covered richest dew i Iplion ot ailk brocade ami reps; inarqiictere Cabinet*, Table*, Ktagere*. Secretary Bookcase, Encoignurcs, ! Jardiniere*. Canterbury, Velv#t, Urn *cl* Carpets, I'aiiitInifs l>> einliient artist*. Ilron/.e Clock. Statuary, rosewood and walnut Dressing Bureau*, Bedsteads. Wardrobes, llalr, Spring Mnttreaw*, F.xtchsioii Table, Buffet, China, olas* ami Silverware. Table Cutlery, Baseinent ami Kitchen Furniture. N II.?Parties wishing to attend litis sale lake Filth avenue slaucsor sixth avenue car*. \rcrioN.?CMNTON H. OSUOOp, At fTlONKER i.ariie assortment second hand Furniture. O?'.0OD A CO. will sell at their salesroom, P.'fi Chamlt rs street, lienr Colli place, To morrow i Tiie.day), October I. At In'. A. M? Velvet, Brussels aid tn/raln Carpels, black wain'it ! Bedroom Sulla, bla-k wailiut and marble ton Bureaus, Bedstead*. WashMomls, chairs, Extension Tables, Ward robes; I'arlor Suits, In reps and broctilel; panned and enamelled Cottagi Su t<, paint, il Wardrobes, Iron Bedsteads; i leuant black walnut marble top Muflet*, Kta- 1 (teres. I,lbr?rv Tables, cane seat Arm Chair*. Cornices I .in ? i'lirtma-, Hi Iritfi riiliim, Cliltm, Ururkerr, Kitclirii \V?rc, Ac. A1?n Filtoi'ii Scwlii'/ In (fii?i| nrrtir. Auction halk at privatk hi.kikkm k. Of I. Idfiiii'", 124 H fir Twenty -ImIi *trifl, thin riii v, roilinii'lM'Inu At ln'4 n'rlui'k. ou r :*?l lull fl.tfiiilt f li.v ni?ilf riirnltiirn, (o l?<: *<ili| In lot* (n-tilt pwi'hmcr*? HohcwooiI Pliinolorli', rii li I'arlor miiiI Hi'itrixnii Suit*, *llrror.?, velvet and Mru-sH* Carpet*, Oil l'nlntln|j?, <;i11 ClwHii. IjIU'O Cm-lain*, Nnukcnw, Ao.jb'vi ?mnli> nml doiililr Hcdntouil*, Hnrraim, Wnrdrotii >. Uriel Hair anil Hprliift Bed*, Bedding. I'llloW*, BiiMur*, Ao ; nl?o I lining ri mmii, Hn.'-vim nt mill Kitchen furniture, Huff*!, Kxi'Dilmi Tnlil#*. ciiairi", Hate, emiery. t'liinn, nin?iww?, cruckiry, Ac. MKMtY zi.v'.N. Auctlouver. LE SHEET. ALES AT AtJCTIOH. ^ Alm:n n miner. auitioveer. Salesroom*. 96 Cliuinlier# and 77 Reade streets. Bv Alloa B. Minor A Bro. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, nt 10 o'chK-k. at tlic private rc?ldenee 232 west KOBTY - FIRST STREET,BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIlillTII AVENUES, iSE.NTF.EL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MADE BY Runs; Mirrors, &c., romprMiiK Brussels Carpet*, black walnut Suit In crim-ou silli reps, b'ack walnut ?llt traced | Wing Bi>iik<MM-H, ( riinson Reps and I.nce Curtains, tilt 1 frame ami black walnut flrauie Bier and Mantel Mirror*, I L,'!'fro Table, Mantel Ornament*. black walnut buffet | Table ami Chair* in leather, black walnut Bedstead*. I'llream, uuioire Lounges and Chairs en suite, Hair Mattress, leather Bolsters and l*illow?, Chestnut Cottage MUllH ilk a I*lila *Atk r*? I <?i- ? ? , irvwurj, uiumillic, vutitij, Ac.; also Kitchen utensils. a i.lev b. miner. auctioneer. il BahKrooflW HI ClunilKTu mi,I 77 Rcadc street*. liV AI.I.RN b. miner A brother. Monday, heptember an. at lii'j o'clock, at ihe private residence :ww west twentieth street. GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BntMcIs Cariiet*. French plttlo Pier and Mantel Mirrors: Muck unlnut Parlor Sultr, In linir cloth; Centre and i^Ulc Tallies, Mantel i irnaments; Mack walnut, umhoifanv ami : cimiuclled Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, WashMands. | Bookcases, Lounges ami Chair*; Hair Mattresses, Roister* ami Pillows: black walnut Bullet, Extension TaMe and Cliiirs; Dinner Hcr\ Ice, Plat d and class Ware, Cutlery, Oilcloth, Stair carpets, OwWlM, Klfc bun UttuilU, M' \ I.LKN B. MINER. W'CTIONFER, il. ialesrooins Chambers and 77 Rcade dtrcetg. BV AM'KN B. MINER A BidMT1KK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, at 10>.< o'clock, at private residence, 13 NORTH WASHINGTON SOl'ARE. CORNER 9th AV? HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MA ok TO OKDKIt BV BEST CITY MAKERS; ROSEWOOD 7k,' OCT WE l'I\N??, GILT ANI) BLACK WALNUT FRAME, I PIKR AM) MANTEL MIRRORS; REAL BRONZES, IN | < LOCKS. STATUETTES AM) VASES, PARIANS, MAN| TEL ORNAMENTS, AC, AC., I the property oi l* lamtly Koinir abroad, as follows;?viz., PARI.ORS?Royal, Wilton and Moouette Carpets; | Crynial and Ornioln CliHiidclier<i and side Brackets, (tilt frame Pier and Mantel Mirrors; rose wood and satinwoml I Suits, in erlin?ou silk and tapestry; Curtains to rru'' h; | ro-ewood Centre and Side Tables, elegant real bronze i Clocks and side pieces, Parians, rosewood 7HJ octave Piano, four round corners, finished hack, of superior tone and finish, Ac., Ac. DINING ROOM?Mo |tiet Carpets, carved black walnut Suit, In French embossed morocco; Butlot, Silver, Kttiisere, Extension Table and Side Table#, en suite; la rue llr-onze l i'/uies, on black walnut pedestal*; niarblc and bronze Clocks and Side Pieces, French norcdalne Dinner and Ten Service, line Cut Class, IM tiled Ware, Out I.I HHA UY?TurkMi Carpet, lour finely carved black walnut Bookcases, Library Tabl", Muck huit, In leather; ormolu chandelier. Bronzed, Ac. BKDIIOUMS?Wilton and B: u-.seN Carpets, silk brocade Lambrequin, Mantle Mir torn, Bronze Clocks and Ornament*, sutinwood and ro cwood Bed-teal b, Bureaus, Arinoitvs, Washstamls, Lounges and Chairs, en suite; best <1 nullly llnlr Mattresses, Bolster* and Pillewg; rosewood secretary, Toilet Crockery. Ik*. IIALLS?Brussels and Wilton Carpets; Mosaic inlaid Table, Stair Carpet*, llall Stand, Ac.; also Kitchen I" ten.siIs, with which the sale will commence. \ LI.KN B. MINER. AUOTIONEB*. j\ Salesrooms<Miamberx and 77 Reade streets, lly ALI>I'.N B MINDR A BRO., THURSDAY OCT. S, nt In', o'clock, at the private residence No. lift LefTVrts place (l.cHerts street', between flraiid and Clanson nvs. KLF.UANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, mudetoorder by Brooks, of Brooklyn?Rose wood 7*.< octave l'iano, made l>v Ohlckerln*; Motjuette, Wlltnii and English Brussels Carpels; elaborately carved parlor, dining, library and bedroom Suits; pier and mantel Mirrors, Pl.elun A Collender French Carom Billiard Table, fine Bronzes, oil Paintings, Proof Rnffrarittga, .tc.aii of the most eieuunt description and In perfect order, having been but little used. <?u exhibition Wednesday, October S, by permit from Auctioneer. Take Atlantic or Fulton aTenne cars to Classon avc. 4 1,1.1-.N B. MINER. AUCTIONEER. j \ Salesrooms !I5 chamber* mid 77 Rcade streets, liv ALLKN H. MINSK k HROfUEltS, SATURDAY. OCT. 5, lit Ifl1,' o'clock, at their salesrooms, 03 Chandler* and 77 Reude street*, nentei;d Household Furniture, removed tor convenience of sale. t'ler hihI Mantel Mirrors, velvet, Brussels uiul tapestry Carpets, Ac. Details in time. t BOH. JOHN8TOK, AUCTIONEER, Ix. Office and Sale-room :>7 Na-satt street, opposite the. Post office. Horse Auction Mart 11'), 112and in East Thirteenth street. a JOHNSTON & VAN TASSELL. ? S Tlie beat location in tlie country, ^ i 4 being in the money centre of the metropolis. G 3 The iKStund most reliable hou-e lv. the * city to nend Household Furniture tor auction. a H ' At Private Residences?'Tbe best ami 2, V\ most reliable house to negotiate for sales ? w of Household Furniture. m SUeiieral Merchandise of every description M finds always at our lion*) a reudy a 9 sale at fair mark. ( value. i VP.CII. .JOHNSTON. AUCTIdNKMt. Office and Salesroom, 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post office. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MIRRORS, CARPETS, Ac. JOHNSTON A VAN TASShLh will sell by uuctiun, on Tuesday, October I, at 10.H o'clock, at their salesroom, 37 Nassau street, a large assortment of Household Furniture, comprising, in ]>art, Drawing Room und Purlor Suits, Chamber and Offico Furniture, Hewing Mucliines, Ac. \ KCU. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. a k. "ince aim salesroom, Of .mi-.-hu Mreer. llorse Auction Mart, 110, 112 and 114 East Thirteenth st. Uiirco'mu nnutiniloLI) ri'H^irfRE, ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, MIRROR, AXMINSTER CARPETS, AC. JOHNSTON & VAN TASSELL ? ill Nell lit H ll"i iol), on MONDAY, Sept.. 3(1, 1S72, nt 11 o'clock, al. the private residence 417 EAST 111)1' 11 STREET. HAKEEM, nil the elegant Furniture contained In said hmise, comprising. iu part, elegant Drnwiug Room Suit, in drab and blue silk reps; walnut Dining Room and Chamber furniture. rosewood Pianoforte, 7 octave, Martins A Ouvrier. makers; elegant Axminster aud Brussels Carpets anil Oilcloth, curled hair Mattresses, China and Olasi Ware, together with the Kitcneu Furniture, with which the sale will commence. A DRIAN IT. MULLER, AUCTIONEER. J\. Executive sale, by order of Supreme Court. Central l'ark Eiits, on Eighty fourth, Eighty-tilth ainl NluetyBeconil streets. ADRIAN II. MtJELER, P. R. WILKTNS k CO. will sell at auction on Tuesday, October 1, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway? Eighty-fourth aud Eighty-filth street*?Three I?ots north siik- Eighty-fourth street and three Lots in rear, on south side of Eighty-fifth street, 175 leet east of Ninth avenue. Ninety second street?lour Lots, south side, 200 feet east of Tenth avenue. Maps at tho otllce of the Auctioneer. AUO. nVNARD, AUCTIONEER, 77 EIGHTH AVEnue, will sell on Tuesday, October 1, a lot of lloui-ehcH foods. Particulars to-morrow. BY M. THOMAS It .SONS. Executor* Peremptory Sale. Estate of Tsnac Brown Parker, deceased. THOMAS & SONS, Auctioneer*. Very valuable business location, Building formerly known as the American Theatre. WW, W, sou and Mil Walnut street, between Eighth and Ninth street, H1 feet trout, 236 teet in depth to Hansom street*. Two fronts. Ou TTESPAY, October I, !>7', ot 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, without reserve,at the Philadelphia Exchange. fl.dtju to be raid at the time ol sale. DANIEL DOUOHERTY, Esq.. Attorney, No. 717 Walnut street M. THOMAS .t SONS. Aucllouecm, 139 and 111 South Fourth street PHii.AnKi.rniA August 21,1872. BY F. COLTON, AUCTIONEER.?EXTRA LARGE sale ol Household lurn'ture, tfffthfr with mi ni than SO Carpets; also Beds, Mutlrosses ami Blankets remaining from tno late sale in Thirty second street; also over 2,tX)U yards of Silk Fringe. This -ale will toko place nt the auction room", .13 East Thirteenth street, near Broadway, on Thuisduy next, October 3. More lull partleulars in time. TJY IS AIM) RE J. 8WARZICOFH, AUCTIONEER? I) Sells i*1 j o'clock, 2i.1 Sei olid ftreet, Fixture* and j Enrniliire nt' sa:<>on; liar, Back Bar, Tallies. Chairs, Mirrors, Engravings; positively iu lots. Dealers invited. BV ISAD.'iHE J SWA IIXKOIM I, AI'CTIONEER? Hells, II', o'clock, 22!i Kast Kitty-first street, elegant Furniture, Bedsteads. Bedding, flHe Cabinet Organ, one In rue, powerful Church Organ; rom;>lc(c Tools; positively In lots. Dealers and others invited. I. J. SWARZKol'tl, 273 Bowery. BY JOHN A. DUNK, Al'CTIONEKR. Salesroom, 227 Bowory. Will s<dl I1ii< day,at II o'clock, at 117 Crosby street, all the Furniture contained in said house, consisting?viz., Sofas, Bureaus, Wa?h Stand'-, Cottage Suits. 1! ask and hair Mattresses, Blankets, sheets. Spreads, Feather Bolsters, Engravings, Stoves, Ranges, Kitchen and Cooking Utensils, Ac. Rare elianre tor dealers. By John a. dinn, auctioneer. Salesroom 227 Bo were. Will sell this day. at 10 o'clock sharp, at 21 Seventh street, Id.tck walnut Bureau, Waslisinmls, Bedsteads, Sofas, chairs, Centre Table, large I'ler Mirror, with cornices; Carpets, Ice Box, Stoves, hair Mattresses, leather Pillows, Blankets, Sheets, ,?c. BY S. W. DA veil Y, Al CriONKER.?DAUCllY AND JOHNSON sell, this dav, at I o'clock, at4.VICiinal street, a general a?sortmcnt or Household Enrnlture, consisting nt several 1'arlor Suits, iu reps, haircloth and hrocatel; hlack walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wash-funds, Hatstaud", Bookc.m.'s, Wardrobes, Lounge*. Exti n Ion ami otlM'r Tables. Chairs, llocki rs, Pianofortes, I?ace Curtain*, Shudcs, Crockery and <Jla*<, Velvet. Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, Bugs, Mat*, Oilcloths. Beds, Bcddin', Hair Mattroasc*, Feather Beds, Sewing Machines, Blankets, Sheets, Spreads, Kitchen Utensils, Ac.; also one flue Ncedh tut Bedstead. BY S. f. MPOHT, Al'CTIONEKR?DAUCllY AND JOHNSON will sell on Tuesday, October 1, at the (ila-gow House, 4 14 tlreenwich street, a general assort,i ... I II,, .1.1 L'?r,,lt,irc Oar .,,,.1 J.,!,...,, Ilvliirn, Ac. Particular* hereafter. ' " """ '"""""' MAX HlVflllllmilKKR, AlVTIOXKKIt.-SKU.S. nt 10% o'clock, at haul Houston *tri et, corner ot' Ilocrck Hired, oli br.iiit U|linr store, Kiicli<li Aicpuinp, Table*, ciialr?, cnamlellrr*, Stock or Lloiu>r*. WIikk, Ac. MAX HAYKHSDOUKKR S Oftluo, MS Howery. i 1 pFoS ITALL BOOK BALE ROOM9.?OKOROH A. * IjKAVITr A CO., Auctioneer*, Wcdnemlity, 'Vtnber 'I, mill following evening*, nt 7 o'clock) title ot n larjc assortment of Book* In every department of literature, In cliwlinu many rarn Book*. Illii.?trutc<l BooK*. Historic*, Trnrt-w, Facetiae, 4c. Catalogue* ready. Books on exliiMtioii. T/DWARD flCUKNCK, Al.'CTIONIiKR. -Pi Mortgage sale of Elegant Cabinet furniture, by KDWARD SCIIKM'K, on I'm -day, nctohcr I, nt .W I.lix-rfv street, nt II o'clock, a very oleirant stock, innnutji< tnr.'rt tor the hem retnil trade, coninrl?in : every variety ?t Parlor, Library, Chamber and Dining Suits, now on exhibition. LMtWARI) rETTIXOKR, AITTinJCKBR, 77 EttlHTII IJ avenue, sell* Monday, l"!? o'clock, content* ot l.anir Beer mill Billiard Saloon, :tu7 Went Twcnty-ilrst street, iiiii.Ktlni( of Bar Fixture*, Classware, Table*, ''liulrs, law lee no*, llllllnril Table, liauntcilc Table, Picture*, Keri en#, Awning, Ac. Ml* peremptory. /i KORttK J. SMITH, ACCTIOXKKR ? BT VlltTI R OF If a foreclosure of a chattel mortgage I will *cll at pubIfti HiK-tlon tliln ilny, at II o'clock, at il Park rotv, Har?, <i*? fixture", Table, Chair*. Ac My order of JullN C<M TKKLIi, Attorney ior Mortgage* tALBS JUT TTHWRV n. BKRT8. At*m?>NKKR. 'H 11 MORTOAUK BALE OK MACUINERY, AO. On MONDAY, September 90, at II o'clock. ?b rp, AT TIIE KMPIBB lUlfc.WIc aL WORKS, 71 A 73 Irvine ttrcet, near Columbia, SOUTH BROOKLYN. Comprising one Upright Tnbnlar Roller, Harillns Ptes^H 1'uiiip, 2 Topper Stills aud Appurtenance*. 4 Koilii^H Thiikx, IS Receiving Tali It", 2 large tin Receiver*. medium <lo., large lot Leud-plj.|ng, Tin CMt> "uhbe^H uom.-mm outer macninery ut?fl in the inanu'ilcin '<* I (Team Tartar. nils ot uiyihane and clove*, and chemical nil 111 flue order, liuvinir been but n eliort time iu u? terms ot sulc, cuntl. By order of GEORUE W. VtTI/TEE, Attorney for Mortgagee. J JKNKY B. UERTZ, AUCTIONEER. I.uive uutl attractive (fiiecml peremptory sale of rlc uml plain Cabinet Furniture. BY ORDER OF >1R. OEO. KOCH, on account of retiring li-om buaim s.s. On TUESDAY and WEDNKSTDAT, October 1 and 2,1 hali-pos>t ten o'clock each day, at hi? factory and wardroom*. Zi HIVINUTON STREET. eoropi mtiw bis entire well known stock of Parlor, Chan l?er, Library and Dining Room furniture, valued nt ore I $30,(WO, allot which will be Mild at above without an reserve, on account of giving up the business Uooda n?? on exhibition, and catalogue* win be ready on Monda next. JOHN H. AUKTEN, AUCTIONEER. By ROWLAND R. IIAZAKD, Jr., Real Estate Broke and Auctioneer, Othce 110 Broadway, corner of Pine street, will soli it auction, TUESDAY,JLiOTOBKR 1, IH73, tho former residence ?t QeneraJ John A. i>ix, being th^| northerly jiurt ol North Manersittj} Is anil, in ioawi ofRye^H Westchester county, N. Y., eoutainiuir about twenty-thre^H ! acres of Land, with extensive (rout on Lotitf Island Souiu^H < uml connected tvlth mainland by causeway; tovcethe^H v. Ith spacious villii Residence, stable boatliouse aU<1 othe^H i bit (ding* Trains frmn Twenty-seventh ftreet at 9aml 10 A.M. JACOB ROOART, AUCTIONEER?MONDAY, sIePTH :>u, at 10'j o'clock, at 2M Church street, the Effects | a first class itar Room and Restaurant; Rar Counter an<^H Fixtures, Tables, Chairs, Crockery and Class Waro^B Ratline, Holler, Cooklim Utensils, Ac. JACOB BOOABT. AUCTIONEBR. H TUESDAY, October 1, at 10>3' o'clock, at i07 West Fort} -sixth street, gentee^B Household I'm nitnre. consisting oi rosewood ana blact^B walnut l'urlor, < hamher, Dining i.o <m and Library l'ur^l liiturc', Sofa, Tapestry Brussels Carpets, Mirrors, Ac^l Catalogues at tale. JACOB BOUART, AUCTIONEER. 1 THIS DAY (Motid iv), at 10W o'clock, at No. 251 Wei1 Twentieth street, Household Furniture, Bofaa, Tab'es, Chairs, Drctslni^H Bureau*, Bedsteads, Hair IJLattresses, Lookinc oi.isses^B Crockery mid (llass Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Brussel^H Carpets, Oilcloth, Ac., Ac. TACOB BOOAKT, AUCTIONEER. *j WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, i at 11 o'clock, at tlie auction rooms. No. 1 Narth Williatn^B street, lame lot of Household Furniture or every dcscrip^H tion, tt)0 Wool Blankets, large lot of Marble Slalm and^l Brackets, Stoves, Ac. JI'. TRAY lilt, AUCTIONKER-M VIHIIAl/S SALE? . On Monday, September SO, larj, at 11 o'clock '>r.H salesroom 5U (ireat Jones street, by virtue of a.n ex, cu-^H Hon, walnut Parlor Suit, (.'old Inlaid, In -vi'mson rcp?,M eight pieces} Hriusels aud other Carpet*, Oilcloths, Piano.^B Bedsteads, Bureaus, Cottage StUtt Jfa^hstands, Tables, Chairs, Mattresses Pillows. guilts. Kitchen l'uriuiiucv^l Crockery, Stoves, Ice Roy, Ac., Ac. 1.(111, Ml'I'MANN^Clty Marshal. I UOBHM WILVltS, AUCTIONEER. Elegant Household Furniture at auction. | E. n. il'M.OW A CO. will sell at unction on Taenda^ Octobe* I, IS72, at 11 A. M.. ?t thu private residence 4? Nest htt\-tiuh strc? t, near Filth avenue. the entire Fur? nuun contained in said hon e, consisting oi It-Kan| earvjd and gilt rosewood I'urlor 8nlls in satin and repHj oii'ved IdacK walnut Dining Room Chairs, In morocco; effrvi d black walnut fiuit'oi and I'lllar Ext< ns.ou fable; ri .so wood Ktagcrcs, Pier Mirrors, I'orlier and Window (\irtalns and Cornices, elegant carved rosewood Bedftoadu, Bureaus, Ariix.ir-a-ttlacc, curved Mack wnlnufc Hook? atca, Library and Centre Tables, Paintings, Wafer Odors and Kn.'ravln'?; Mooiief, Velvet and Hru.soUCar|i ts; Oilcloths, cut I'd liair Matt re siies and Redding. hionze and gilt tias Fixtures, China, Glass W are; alsil t ill as^Di-1incut ol Kitchen Furniture, with which the ?al6 will couiim nee. . M DAVIS, AIVTIONI'.F.R-WILL Sl.lt. Till* . day, at lot, o'clock, a quantity ol Hons hold luruU ture, consisting or aatin dame.-K Parlor Suits. 1.,iiin.es. Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture, Redding, Oarwt*. Mir/ors. Ac. A deposit requited from purchasers. HcuIcmi invited. By order of R. raggart, Proprietor. MARSHAL'S HALE-SEWIN? MACHINES, AC.-. H It'll A Id) WALTERS, Auctioneer, will -ell Monday, oi 11 o'clock, at vuluaruom, 27 East Broadway, 12 elegant Wheeler A A'iIsoii'h, flrovcr <t Raker's, Singer's, Empirq fiii<t other cabinet, family and manufacturing Sewing Machines, in perfect order; al.-o fi barrels family Flour^ Hoc-cludd Furniture, French plate Mirror*, green red Suit, Tetu-a-Tete, Ovstcr Counter, Bar, Ac. ( CHARLES F. WATTS, Mur-lial Trior's Dori.r, Deputv. MOHTCAHE SALE.-HENUY DREHER A SON, AlTfiloncerH, ofllce 172 Eajt llou-ton street?t-'ell tnij day, ut lU), o'clock, ai Essex street, entire |,'i<wf.ire*uli<I Contents ot a lagerbeer aalnnn. JOHN s. wkth. Attorney for Mortim?. Uu. rir.nnun, i[?,ir,r,ii. ?Y A. D. MKLl.ICK, JR., A BRO., Auctioneers hikI Dealers in New Jersey Real Estate, No, h Pine struct, New York. TUESDAY, October 1, at I'J M., on the preinlws, Thlrdj Grand Salt* of tho magnificent villa Plot* on the slope of famous orange Miunuln, Wyoming, the new railroad centre o! New Jersey, U untes from Now York, by tho 1-roposert route ot tho Morris *ikI Essex Kailroaa, be? tween Mapiewood and Milbttrn. Tho sales of Ymy29an<f June 12 coutlnucd lor Ave hours, wlicn, owing to the lateness of the hour, they were adjourned till the KtofOC'' tolier, when the balance of these choice plots will he positively wild. Splendid music will be fUml-hed by Gralulla'a Seveutlf Regiment llaud. Luncheon betore tho sale. Special train will leave Now York at 10% A. M., from the loot ot Chi-iNtopher and Barclay streets. For maps and passes apply to the auctioneers. PGAITNKY A CO., AUCTIONEERS, 157), BOWERY. will sell on Monday. September 30, al 10U o'cloo*. the tlvu years'Lease, Stock and Fixtures of the LiquoV Store curiicr of Rlvington and Attorney streets. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?THOMAS J. M'ORATH, AUCtioneer, I'M Chatham street, will Nell tills flay, at It o'clock, ftOO lots ot Men's and Women's Clothimr. Im-ssea, Shawls, ltemnantR, Underclothing, Quilts, Blanket I, Bed* ding, I'll lows, Boot*. Shoe*, Ac.; al-o Coats, Puuik and Vests. By order of M. Murta, Sixth avenue. PAWNRKOKEli'8 SALE.-R. FIELD, SHERIFF'S AWI| General Auctioneer, salesroom 121 Bowery, will sell this day, at II o'clock. 000 Lots men's and women's cloth, in*. Dresses, shawls, Kemnauts, I'mler Clothing, Bidding, limits, Blankets, Boots, Shoos, Ac., Ac. Also a laige a mrirai nl ot Carpets, consisting of Velvet, Tapestry* Hru-sels, three-ply and Ingrain Carpet*; also Overcoats,, Coats, Pants and Vests. By order Henry McAleenaa Km hill avenue. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?THIS DAY JAMES AGAR. Auctioneer, will sell, at W New Bowery, !KM lots or Men's and Women's Clothing. Blankets, Quilts, Pillows. By order Joseph Hlumauer, 444 Seventh avenue. SALE Til is DAY." AT 2 P. M. ~ WILLIAM TRIST BAILEY. Auctioneer. By V. K. STEVENSON A SON. Valuable Stateu Island Property at unction. Mr. St Raj nor will otFcr for sale al auction, on Monday, September l?7-', at 2 o'clock P.M., on the premises, his very desirable Property, situate at West New Brighton, S. I.? near the landing, on Richmond terrace, shore road anil Kill Von Kull River, an>l on Trinity place and Barke* sircei. iwo lou nil me snore ruiui, ironui',: ino river; one wl'li the mansion house and garden. beiuitiiuliy sltu? a toil, 4.' io?t trunt liy 38 feet deep, containing 10 rooms, wnti modern improvements ami in gootl order. The other Int has a good barn and other outbuildings on rear. 81^ Wutrr Lots in iront of the above, for business purpose.,; sov en lots Hi the rear, one with a neat cottage. Maps jOiI further particulars af tlio offices, or ot Mr. RAVNO% 117 William street. HERMAN, AUCTIONEER.?SALE OK WINES, I.liiuors, Champagnes, Cigars. Ac., on Mi mlay, SepJ tern her :V', ill o clock, at IS Bowery; *> cask* pur? Rtirgundy Port, a) casks Sherry, Ift quarter en ks ol Krai* dies, Men-'ki! Swan and Grape Leaf Uius, M) bbls. choice old Bourbon and Rye Whiskey*, various brands and a*esi nl-n 2.'i ha- keOt lleiiislck Champagne, 110 case* Martell ana llciinc**y Brandies, 10,000 Cigars, different lira mis. 8?W positive, in lotn to xiilt dealers. rpUK SUPREME COURT-!SALS OF ~<"0. IS WEfi^ X Fourteenth street. 25x90xl0:k3. will take place on Tuesday, October 8, 1H72, at 13 o'clock, at Exchange Salesroom, HI Broadway. Positively n< adlnurnment. Particulars of R. R. HAZARD, Jr., 110 Bread n ay; ORATB NATHAN, Keleree, US Nassau street, or MAN A PAR* Plaintiff's Attorneys, St Wall street. 'PIIOM \S R1.1 LI, V, AICTIONKER "WILL SELL THI$ 1 day, K)'j o'clock, at 3M West Thirty seventh street near Ninth avenue, one tine yonng Mare, sound anil kind, V>!j hands hiun ; sold for want of use; sale positive WILLIAM KtNNKLLY. ATtCTIOSEERT WILI, HE 14 1 at auction on Tuesday, October 1. IS72, at lit o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom. Ill Broadway, the House and Lot. lis West. Tenth street, near Sixth a\eniie, w ilh real Hi 11 ill * ng. Maim at auctioneer's office. Mo. 4 I'ine street. 'lU.IA.il AUllOTT, AUCTIONKKll, Office No. 6 City llall placft will sell this day. .Kith Inst., at 10H o'clock, the Hous* hold Furniture contained in the re?Ulencc at 140 Firtecntl street, near Third avenue, consisting in |*rt of Sail* la ! plu h;als?? i:oiiaje Suits ol Bedi'i.oin Furniture, marble top Bureaus and Tables, Necdham'a Sola Bedsteads, (ln< | i.uitnifes, carved walnut Bedsteads. Iie?t Feather Reds anq Hair Mattresses, one Cylondar Eseretolre,rosewood Rook? ea-e, a quantity of silver idaled Ware. Blankets, Sheet! ' ami yiiiii-. Ollcloih, fine Brussels Carpets all through DM house, Dining Room Furnltnrc, Crockery and Cutlery, Ac. ! MARBLB MA.VTKLS. ~~ \ ? REMOVAL.?SLATE MANTEL*, URATES, 4C.-t , ;\ . La i kc and elegant stock at our new w arc room* Union square, corner ot Fourth avenue and flsveiilNM sirrt'T. ir..innin ni.Ain i;u;n i, niunumciurvrB gi e.xvry viiriety ol Mate work, plain an<l ornamental. AKI.AHIvK, STEAM MARRI.li AND MAUHIiE!Znf3 ' W oiks, l:t4 nnd l:W East hlghteentb street.?Marbla and Marblei/ed Mantel*, Tiling, Marble Counters, MotlUi > Mi'tit*, hi prices that defy competition. Marble Turning : lor llie trade. j i OTWAHT'S SLATE MANTELS.?RICH AND EL? 1 ! Cj gant designs; Slate Work of every description; Marbta and Wood Mantels. T. H. STI WAKT A ro., 2bI and AS Went Twenty-third street, near Seventh nTenne, N. Y. \KW PI KIiH ATltlWS. Life <>k tub late chib? juhticb taney.?nil above Valuable contrilHithn to tli? history of tha I ntted Statei f? now ready tor delivery, Prices: Cloth, ' $5; library, sheep, ; hnlt morocco, %T. The hook Is Ml : flvo. of 7iw page*, a flno specimen of prlntim; and flui*n. and contain* a steel portrait of the Child Justice. TM work I* admirably written by Samuel Tyler, 1,1, J> . ot the Maryland rar. Can lie obtained troin (JEORUK OKUBIfl A CO., (lencral Rook*? tiers, corner Nassau and Sprue* streets. Send lor circular. Experienced agents waut?4 throughout the State. ?>Kvri*ru v. V?1)11. VAX VLKi'K. DENTIST, 344 SIXTH AVRMOBi near Sevent enili street (lorinerly 173 >l*th line.)-Several reasons why Ik I* "v? TV one's In wrest tt> I pjtronUc Dcnti.'t van Vl.tori.