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STor Oth.r Buardlng AdTtrtlitmcato ace Fin?tBth Page. 1 DOUBLE JiXHI TO LET?WITH BOARD: AL80 ? large single Room; table unexceptionable and term* vorv reasonable ; references. 67 Macdougul street. Bt. Clement's plane. 2D FLOOR, HANDSOMELY FURNISHED, 8UITABLE for a family. ivitb private tabic il desired; alMi single oins for gcnOeineu. with Board. 146 East Twcafy-flrst glreet (Qramcrcy l'ark). Oellghtiul location. 8FURNISHBD ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD, in a iainily where there arc no other boarders. 42 Bast Twentieth street; reference. 6TH AVENUE.?A SUIT OF LARGE, COOL, COM niodious Apartments on pailor floor; also three Rooms on second floor, with private table, in the de lightfully located double house Kiith avenue. |Q PARK AVENUE-PLEASANT LARGE ROOM; Xo also small one, with Board; references. EAST FIFTEENTH STREET.?FURNISHED ID front Room for gentlemen; water ami gas. The lest laundry work done in the basement; tluting, Ac.; tollars and cuffs a specialty. "IQTH STREET, EAST, 114, FO! R DOORS FROM J.O tMarendon Hotel.?Handsomely furnished Room.*, iritt* or vithout Board; houso ilr.<t claw in all its ap pointment*. French apoken. nn IRVING PLACE.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ZW Rooms, en suite or singly, to let, to gentlemen gnly j breakfast if required. EAST NINTH STREET.?ELEOANTLY FUR ZU nlshed Room, with Hoard and nil heme comforts, in a private American family. House and table first class. OlST STREET, 284, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND 4Ui Eighth avenues.?Handsomely furnished Room? on ieconM ami third doors, suitable lor families or parties of gentlemen, with choice table. Terms moderate. ?VIST STREET. lt>7, BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH Jjl avenue s two blocks from the Elevated Railroad.? Hnndsoini ly furnished Rooms, with Board, for single gen tlemen or families. nr> EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET. NEAR FIFTH avenue.?Families or gentlemen changing their tcslden ??, or parlies from Euro;>o. will tinrt Rooms, hand some ly ftiriiishcfl. with home comfort* and superior pub lic or private table. OOD STREET, 290 WK8T.-A PRIVATE FAMILY ?iO desire a few select boarders; table first class. DCTH STREET, 7* WEST.?DESIRABLE ROOMS. FOR 9JO families or single gentlemen, with first class Hoard; liberal arrangements for the bumuu-r moaths; table hoarders accommodated. QQ WEST FORTY-THIRD STREET.?GOOD ROOMS Oo and Board, to gentlemen, single or married; the kouse has all the modern conveniences; French and English spoken; terms very reasonable. if 9 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.?TO LET, WITH fxHoard, very cool and desirable Rooms, on the sec ond floor, for the Summer, permanent or transient; ref erences exchanged. AfJ BOND STREET.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED >1 Rooms, with Board, to gentlemen or gent'euian ?ltd wlfte; table first class; terms moderate; central loca tion; reference. CO CLINTON PLACE, OPPOSITE BRKVOORT WO House.?Two larue. airv and handsomely lurnished Rooms, with first class Board. HI SEVENTH AVENUE, NEAR SEVENTEENTH #1 a street,?Two pleasant front Rooms, furnished, With gas, bath, Ac., $fl per week; good neighborhood; llean House; Board if required. mWEST FORTY-SIXTH STREET.?A HAND soincly furnished second story front Room to let, with first class Board. 1 n EAST BROaDWAY.-A FEW GENTLEMEN i.?JX can have neatly furnished Rooms and best of Board op reasonable term?. *CQ WEST TWELFTH STREET.?A FRENCH FAM tuO lly will let, to gentlemen only, a Suit of Rooms fen Second floor-. hot and cold water, closet and bath room: also single Rooms on third floor. Breakfast if re paired. m LEXINGTON AVENUE, CORNER OF THIRTY flrststreet.?Pleasant front Room, with Board, to gentlemen or gentleman and wife, at moderate price. 9ll EA>T SEVENTEENTH STREET, NEAR STUY rf&LJL vesout Park ?Rooms, with Ruarl. for gentleman fend Wife or three gentlemen; fable boarders; Summer prices. References. QH9 WEST TWENTY-SlXTn STREET, NEAR Eighth avenue.?A lew gentleman can have good Board and pleasant Rooms; gas and bath. OA7 EAST SIXTY-FIFTH STREET.?ONE OR TWO O" I gentlemen or two genteel voang 1.idles em ployed during the d.iv, enn obtain good Board at reason able rates. Q9ft LEXINGTON AVENUE.?TWO OR THREE very desirable Rooms to rent, with or wlinut Board, to gentlemen, In private family; hot an.t cold Wafer and ample closet room; location particularly plea Mt QJQ WliST FORTY-EIGHTH STREET,?TO LET, ?V?i7 with Board, to gentleman and wtte or single gen tlemen, Iront Room and He.lroom on second floor. In pri vate house. Apylv as above. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO let, with Bonrd for lady only; central location. Ad Iress H. FRENCH, Herald Uptown Branch olllce. A VX PARTY OWNING A VERY ELEGANT PLACE ON the Hudson desires to rent Rooms, with Board, ton who can appreciate fine accommodations. Address bo* IU Herald offlcc. A SMALL, STRICTI.Y PRIVATE FAMILY WILL accommodate a gentleman nn l wile or one or two gentlemen with pleasant Rooms on scoond floor, with or Without Board; home comforts. 2M West Forty-third Street, near Broadway. T ARGE, AIRY ROOMS, ON SECOND AND THIRD J J floors?Handsomely furnished; all tin- comfort* of u Sonic orcred; house nnl table tlrst class; terms lntxlc Mtc ; reference. M I ns: Twenty-first strict. TWO (III THREE SINGLE GENTLEMEN WILLING to pav liberally for elegant accommodations can have a .suit of two or three large Rooms, without Hoard, is a strictly private family on Fifth avenue, up town. Address P. "Q., lie raid Uptown Branch offlco. BOARD AM) LODGING WANTED. SOAED WANTBD?FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, IN a cleanly and refined household : one or two Rooms. With ample closot* and bath: location lietween Twentieth and Th'.fty-fourth streets and Fourth and Seventh ave ?ues; southerly exposure; no regular boardintt house keepers need apply; iinexceptionable reference* given Bid reouired. Address, with terms, CLEANLINESS, erald Uptown Branch office. & Ire OARD WANTED?IN OR NEAR THE CITY. FOR man, wile and wn (Mi; two Rooms; low rate. Ad ess, with lull particulars, BKLCE, Herald office. WANTED?A LARGE ROOM. WITH BOARD. FOR three young men: location between Twelfth utnl Twenty-eighth at reel a and Fourth and Seventh avenues. Address, stating term?, which must ba moderate, 8. M. 1., Herald Uptown Branch office. BROOKLYN It(IAHI). Board. - Brooklyn heights - 77 willow street.?Two handsomely furnished Room". ?nite, on second floor; d Inlng room on parlor floor ; wttn HOTBL8. Robinson house and family restaurant. Sixteenth street, between Broadway and Fifth ave Jue.?Large and commodious, new and richly furnished 001ns, in suits and singly, for permanent and tran-frnt gticNt*, at liberal rates. M FIB s COIXTRY BOARD. COURTBY BOARD IN morristown.-I.awn, nto. <iuct ground, ample shade, fruit, bathroom, Ac.; five tolnutes' walk from depot aud churches. Address Mrs. li. S., care George W. King. Jeweller, Morrls'own. N. J, PESIRABLE PARTIES CAN SECURE FIRST class Botl4 Iii a handsomely furnished residence, with all ?uy conveniences, at Engle wood. N. J ; good stabling. Address box ICS Post office, Endewond, or Inquire there kr direction to the place. For reference call at 48 West Twenty-second street, New York. ORRISANIA.?ClIEA P BOARDING ? SEVERAL . _ good Rooms, with excellent Board Apply to Mrs. >IBM(N, 124 East Twenty--econd street, or Mrs ED WARDS, Washington avenoe, n< ar depot. Morrisania. TATEN ISLAND.-A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET, I to a party of gentlemen. the entire Second Moor, with Irst class Board. Inquire at first or Quarantine landing tor A. J. HAMILTON'S cottage, or addresa W. R., Post ?JT.ee, New Brighton. _____ Prvi let-without"?oari?, a bedroom, well 3 furnished; terms 9* a week for one person and t& for two friends Apply to Mrs. HOLMES, 231 East Fifty M\enth street. TWO GENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES OR A FEW slnglr gentlemen, can And first class Board in a pri vate family ; lawn, trnlt and shade trees and all Hie coin fcrt s of a home: 1*^ hours ride from-City Hall on the Morris and Essex Railroad; a few minutes" walk from ?epot; no objection to children. Address H. HAMILTON, Orange, N. J. 2 WO OR THREE GENTLEMEN CAN BB ACCOM. ^ mod a ted with flrst class Board In a private family on au^n Island, high grounds perfectly healthy, terms moderate Address HOME, box 12S Herald office. Mr ANTED-BOARD IN country, NEAR NEW .> yo/k, b r child Sv,,irsoi,i. Address C. A. A., box 101 Herald office, stating Urim and location "UrANIKI)?WITHIN AN HOUR OF I HE CITY" ?? Board for wveial fainllic* , good bathing reouned' Address, with term* ana particular* D L., Herald Up. Ion n Branch office. " ^1TANTED?BOARD FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE ?T from I9M) June, on a farm, within Mi to so mimitei i from New York; location must be healthy Address ' Biting terms, which mm t bo model ate, with lull partlcu rs, MORGAN, Herald office. *\k' ANTED?country BOARD. ON THE 111'TtsFijf, ? tor gentleman, wife, two children, aged 10 ami W sears, nurse end infant; plenty ol shade and pb a.aut surroundings, with good, wholesome food and milk re quired. Address box 'A31Q New York Post office. %L/ANTED?SUMMER BOARD FOR GENTLEMAN *f and wlie, two Infants (oldest ?ndcr two) and a little nurse girl; not over one i>n J a half hours from city ; Armhotis praferred; hosting and fishing desired ; terms jaust lie reasonable. Address, with particulars and refer ences, S., box Moo Now York rod ofllce. W* AJTTED-BY a SINGLE CK-.TLEMAN, PLEASANT Rooms and good Board with a German private iamllvln the country, within lfito tfi minutes frotn City Biall (by boat); terms must be moderate. Address L. E., Barald office. ONKERS-WAUBURTON AVENUE, RIVER VIEW, two blooks from depot.?A private- family will take a w desirable partiosto Board. Apply to S, B GO0DALE, i. ft West Twenty-third stjeet, Fifth Avenue llolal. gl'MMKR RKSOHTsT BUMMER REPORT?BELMONT HALL, NEW Brigbtoa. H. I, fronU the Bay, raopens.fitne Is first . accommodations for families or f lngk g?ulleiu?D i IflbUI irow Wev street. uc?r i*udin?. I (E. I Kial RVMNBR E1WKTI. .... AT NYACK, ON HUDSON.-AN ELEGANT FUR. nished Villa, on grouads of Tappan Zee House, with (able d'hote at the notcl, or without board. as de Hired: pk, wutor and w cwwnliDint AilUless u D. MANSFIELD. ? At the loder house, ryk, weptohebter county.?One Suit of Room* with Board; also several single Rooms. suitable tor one or two persons; modern house, with all the improvement* and conveni ence*; location high and heulthy, ufTordlug beautiful view* of the toun4 and surrouudlng country. AT SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. V. ??? Urand Union Hotel will open June 1, for tlie reception of guests: Professor J. M. l.ander and liis superb band have Im en enguged tor the season; room* can be engaged at Metropolitan Hotel or Gilsey Houm' New York. Address BRESLIN, UAKD NER A CO., at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ' Belvedere house, greenville, n. j.-i hereby take pleasure in informing my friends und uir public that I am prepared to receive boarders for the Rummer sra.?on; good bathing, bunting and fishing; 30 minutes' rido from Liberty street ferry. A. ZKuiKvEE, Proprietor. T)ROOKSIDE HOUSE, AT HASTINGS, ON HUDSON? ,4r ? for 1,10 reception or guests. Address W. T. UROW, Hastings, on Hudson. COLUMBIA HALL, LEBANON SPRINGS. N. Y? WILL open tor the reception of guests June 2, 1873. Board at reduced rates for the season. A book, illustrating Leb anon Spring* *nd surroundings, will be sent on applies tlon to DANIEL OALE, Proprietor. ClOZZENH' WEST POINT HOTEL ) will open on Saturday, May 81. Two Cottages to let, with Board in Hotel; special terms offered to parties engaging rooms for the beacon. For particular* address EDWARD COZZEN'S, West Point, N. Y. /">ASTLETON HOUSE, WEST BRIGHTON LANDING.? \J Furnished Rooms lor Kentlcmen, with or without Board: house nowly furnished; terms low; 40 minutes from the city; boats leave pier 19 North River. . W. W. PURDY, Proprietor. QLARBNDON HOTftLf~ 8aratoST3prihg8, will be opened for the reception of guests from June 1 to October 1, 1873. All communications for apartments should be addressed "Charles E. Lcliind, Sturtevant House, New York, or Delavau House. Albany, N. Y.," previous to the opening. Board, $4 SO per dav. CHARLES E. LELAND, Proprietor. I[<aglb<<WOOD park HOTEL, PERTH AMBOY, N. J., i will he opened June 1; among the attractions arc extensive lawns, salt water bathing, boating and fishing; also a mineral spring (Iron and sulphur). The house Is handsomely furnished, having every convenience, water, gas, Ac; good stabling; communieutioii by Pennsylva nia Kallroad, also by Staten Island Railroad. Address the subs"ribers, who can be seen at the Coleman House, New York, between the hours ot 12 ana 1 on Tuesdays. Mr. Buchanan's carriages will be at the depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad at Anthoy on the arrival of the 10 A. M. .ind the 2:St) I*. M. trains from New York to couvcy persons to the hotel. COLEMAN A YELLOTT, 8. s. CoLKum. Perth Amboy, N. J. G. W. Ykllott. FAR ROCKAWAY?TRAINS HOURLY; PLEASANT Rooms; good Board, $10; near Beach ; sea battling; every attention. Inquire ol' Mrs. RODGEBS, 230 West Twenty-sixth street Gregory house and carpenter house, Lake Mahopae, N. Y., will open for guests June ifl; Board $4 per day; four trains daily from Grand Central 1'epot, Forty-second street, Harlem Railroad; Mr. J. Bcrnstine's Orchestral Hand lifts been engaged for the ucason. For terms, Ac., apply at the hotel nr address J. s. ramsay, Proprietor. Grand HOTEL.?WHITE sulphur, iron and magnesia springs, Cherry Valley, Otsego county, N. Y., 7 in lus from Sharon Springs, 12 miles from Richfield Springs and 4 miles from Otsego Lake; hotel lighted with gas; terms liberal. Particulars at Robinson House, Six teenth vtree;, between Broadway and Fifth avenue. Hatfield house, massina springs, on Raquette River, three miles trom St. Lawrence River, will open June iO, for reception of guests. Ac commodation first class. The Hotel Is entirely new und has been fitted and furnished with every modern con venience.. Fishing and hunting 111 abundance. The pro prietors have liclemiiiied to present a house in every way worthy of patronage. The waters are highly recom mended by the mcdicul faculty iu wide range of diseases. Gui:le to springs may he hail ot Caswell, Hazard A Co., Filth Avenue Hotel. Address HATFIELD BROTHERS Mussina Springs, st Lawrence county, or 120 Front street, New York. Heath house, schooley'8 mountain springs. Morris county, N. J,, vr41l open June 1; two houro ride from the city via Morris and lis sex Hailro.nl. Appli cation tor rooms can be made by mall at the Coleman House, where the proprietors can he swu every Wednes day from 12 until 3 o'cloc*. _J. WARREN COLEMAN. I ARB SIDE HOUSB?ORANGE LAKE, SIX MILES J west of Newburg City, formeilj kept by F. 11. Pierce, Is now opi n for tile reception of hoarder*; good hunting, boutiug and fishing; boats new; carriages to convoy boarders to ana from Newhurg; references, Samuel M. McKay, firm of lltiight, Ilalsov & Co., 472 and 474 Broome street, New York. For" particulars address NOAH MATHEWSON, Newburg, N. Y. I A TOURETTE HOUSE, BBRGBN POINT, N. J.? J Now open lor guests. SO minutes from city, by rail or boat; commutation (6 j er month R. mcmichael. Proprietor. T AIRD'8 MANSION HOUSE, lj Long Branch, X. J., will open .Mine 10. WILLIAM L. Mel N TYRE, Manager, formerly with the late Samuel Laird. Irn;nr.iN id-use, nkwman springs, red j Bunk, N. J.?This delightful Summer resort, beauti fully situated on the 9hrrwshnrv River, 1< now open for guests. Iron springs, Hue driven, fishing. boating and bathing, billiard* and stabling. fend tor circular. FREDERICK BEKGER, rroprietor. ] IN URN PARK, CORNWALL ON HUDSON?IS NOW J open for the reception of permnnent and tran-ient LVarders; terms moderate. c. II. KIND, Proprietor. t NOX HOUSE, GREENWICH, CONN., ON THE J Sound.?Motel new. with every modern convenient-", newly turnis'.ted throughout; Mlliaid parlors, both lor ladies, gentlemen and children: first class orchestra; tc i.tit 11nl grounds; elegant drives; rlimale unsurpassed ; eaiv of access. Applications for room* may he made at the' Lenox House, fifth avenue and Thirteenth strct t, New York, or at the Lenox House, Orecnvvich, Conn. Will be open May *>. Mansion house, on the terrace, new Brighton, stnten Ic'.and.?A first class family resort. 3d minute* troin Uev street by boat* hourly. Mrs. ROB1. L BUCKL1N. M( I.NTVUKT HOTEL, MIDDLETOWN SPRINGS, H\, open." June 2; new house, with all modern Itnpiove nienfs. For term* Address D. DOOpl [TLB, Proprietor, as al.ove, or Madison Hons", New Haven, Conn. MONTlLAIR HOTEl.-MONTCLAIR, N. J? ONE liaur from New York hy Morris and Essex or Mid land Railroad; first das* Accommodation?' for families <r single gentlemen; n large stable connected with the hotel; terms moderate. TIIOS. ROSSITKR. Mountain house, south oranue, montrose station, N. J,?This favorite first class hotel is open lor Spring and Summer m-osou ; it hits air ilie coir, eli te nee p and comfort* ot a city hotel; CO minute? from foot of Barclay street, via Merits and Essex Railroad; 31 train, d.nlv. C. IIITZEI BURGER, Iti mietor. Mountain view iioush-on the banks of the Hudson, at Germantown. N. Y.,is open for Board ers. at moderate term.. Address P. W. ROCKEFELLER, proprietor. Newport, r. i.-tiie atlantic house, iront iug T< uro Park nnd B"llevue avenue, will be o| ened for the seas in on Monday. Mav 20. * WM.JV. HAZARD, Proprietor. VTKWPORT, It. I ?THE DERBY COTTAGE, FACING J.1 Touro Park and B llevue avenue.?Eleuaut Rooms, with first class Hoard. Apply at 273 Filth avenue, R. Y. VF.W BRIGHTON, STATKN I SI. A Nil ?t IE STI.E M A N J.1 and wi'e or single gentlemen can he acc immndatcd with Board; house we.1Tshaded; fine grounds, overlook ing the bay; adjacent to terry. Address box 2,758 Post orate. Overlook mountain house-on the cats kills, via Kingston. Ulster county. N. Y. For par ticulars address J k, LASHER, overlook Mountain House, Woodstock, N. Y, or JACOB SHAKPE, I4U Broadway. ORANGE.? flOOD BOARD AND PLEASANT ROOMS can be had in a first class neighborhood ; city refer ence ; rtabllnf Address box 4ftJ Orange, New Jer-< y PREMIUM POINT HOUSE, IMMEDIATELY ON' THE Sound.? 8ea bathing, fl-hlng, boating. pleasant drives, stabling; no chills anil lever: minutes rro:n city. A. C. PLY MP TON, M Wc-t Twenty-loiirth street. PEABODY Hoi -K. Youkers, on the Hudson, now open. AVILION HOTEL, KEVPORT, N. J., WILL OPEN on the 1st of Ji.ne tor Summer boarders: splendid P bathing, fibbing, drives, Ac.: bo:i?s leave New \ ork at Barclay street, at Id A. M. m l 4 P. M ; house refurnish:-.I and term* reasonable. GEORGE J. KIBBEE. |ropr!eti r DALIIADRS MOUNTAIN HOTSB JL is now open. Address COZZENS A MURRAY, Englewood, N. .1. Riverside house?i'-sd street, at carman? vi.le, oil the Hudson River?Is now open for the re ception 11 permanent and transient guests at reasonuI le rates; good stabling, boating and ttshing uud elegant drives; I trains dally from Thirtieth street depot: time. Wwtnwte*. pai i,i, a di ncai.f SHADY SHORE HOl'XB, COLD SPRING, L. L?WA ter view; room?.$12; piano, boats, bathing house free; five minutes from steamtft>?l: no mosquitoes. _ M CRYKLER, Cold Spring, L. I. SOUND VIEW nOUSE-EVERTON, MAMARONECK, Westchester county. N Y., on the heights; onellour from city; posx/hsc* .peculiar attraction tort !io-c desir ous of enjoving country life, with the convenience* and fare of a first class eltjr hotel, which, with Its surround Ings. has ottly to be seen to he npprt elated. Appli on the Fri mi-n's. or address W. T JENNINGS, Marlborough lotel, Sixth avenue and Thirty-eighth strict. rniiRtlACE HALL RAMAPO. N. V, IS NOW OVFN 1 for summer boarders; terms reasonable; dtrtan c from New York 84 miles on Erie Railway. FOSTER, Proprietor. rpoWER HILL HOUSE. NAKRA?*NSETT PIER, R. I., J ni ( ns June 1H7S Address, at No. iifi West Twenty sevcn.h street. New York, CLARK N. "COFIRLD, Proprietor, late of Continental Hotel, Plnladeli I.i-i. rrilE ELLSWORTH OOUBE, MOUNT VERNON. N. V.? J 1 he above house has been newly tarnished i;n1 Is now opt ii lor the rcccption ot permanent and transient guests. Table d bote or meals on tnc European plan. JAMES P ODELL, Proprietor 1'llE EQUINOX HOUSE, MANCHESTER, YT.. will open Jim* 10. Address, by mail or telegraph, F. H. ORVI8. ITN1TKD STATES HOTEL (NITWLY FURNISHED ,V refitted), Long Branch. N, will open June li. For terms, Ac , address M. M. LAIRD, Proprietor. VAN DOBN IIOtTpR, WASHINGTON, N. J -ON MOR ris and Essex Knl'mad : near Scliooley Mountain, ror terms address W 11, 1)AM EH A CO., proprietors. 1?TOODBINB HOTBIi, HIGH BRIDGE. OPEN fOR TT boarders; gentlemen taken low; tralrti to Central depot In ai minutes; stcamhoat to Peek slip In one hour. s. BRoCoiiToy, Proprietor. WHITESTONE HOUSE, WIIITESTONE, LONO Island is now open; gas and water In svery room; very favorable teruis to parties eoni?n? farly; fine ?!a''lu?, - F.. If f-jHCOC, BUHHEA RBtORT8< WE?n7?'i ??i)8K' CATBKILL MOUNTAINS?NOW lanrn -??- -ft?- B|L*a?er boarders-pleasant locution, WRIGHT'S ORANGE IIOTBL, WEST FARMS, N V - aJ~T2ZL2uuU1 !Pa.n"1 ?"? .hi#h wound, upland Id ' !JaWe*' 8??? "hade, l>oatiiig, i.shiug, terms mod erate: references. s. D.Ik w. wrhhit. HATB5 ?0D3% ? MINUTES FROM J. ? .w"1i *tree? by Central Railroad, New Jersey.?The most beaulliul pine.! within 500 miles ; 27 trains each way ; splendid lawns walks, drives, bouting, tlshing and bathiug; house has been renovated throughout, every piece ol furniture new, and will be kept ?lrictiy a first 7? Broadway App,y at w?verl?y Uotcl, WAI?y n"0?51'. BROADWAY, SARATOGA r,?! H p5i lf"'?. otel'? uily located on up T Roadway j is a \cry cool, retired and charmlnif re treat; the rooms are large, airy and well furnished : ac commodations (or one hundred and Qlty guests. Ter us R. H. k J. E. 8TOLL, Proprietors. WOODPHI'RU PAVILION. WOODS BURG, LONG ** . and.?Tlus magnificent Hotel will ouen June 2 o\erlood? the Atlantic Ocean: la but one hour's ride h.We or 'fn? Railroad; p ries suffering from hay lever and aitue wlU find a sure cnrc- *? F. SEWHLL, Proprietor. SAI.E8 AT AUCTION. " I Adrian n. mullkr, auctioneer Peremptory Partition Kale ot Ml valuable Lota and 6 pretty and well built Ueuse*. I at WhitCHtone, L. I., I . . to be sold at auction, by order of the Whltestone Land Association (John J LocKe. tonrad Fopnenliusen, Henry iiurd, John D. Locke, Adoipli Poppcnhiueu and E. B. Hinsdale), under the direction ot Oeorge W. Van Siclen, Esq., Attorney. on THURSDAY, May 29, 1873, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Sale sroom, 111 Broadway (Trinity Building), N. Y.t ADRIAN H. MULLER '??. R. WII.KINS * CO, ? . ? , ? Auctioneers. Boots. Maps and Passes to visit the property at the office ,_?( Auctioneers, No. 7 Pine street, New York. ^ w 9miles by road. II miles by railroad, vn.Thi! llntcr? Point: it is the terminus of the excellent oJH Ji'K ? Nort'1 Railroad. Running time?from 27 to 30 minute* to Hunter's Point, 35 to 40 minutes to Thlriy.fourth street, New York; 50 to 60 minutes to James sIid (double-deck ferryboats Garden Oily aud Southamp ton). Thirty-nine trains daily, Irom 5 ;5U A. M. to IS min utes past 12, midnight; elegant cars; toot-warmer under each seat; steam brakes, Miller's platforms, steel rail*, elastic wheel*. safety switches; run in the interest of its snow"?er?< always on time; never delayed by ice or | White stone is actually more aceesaible to business and by pleasanter travel than Seventieth street, New York, li is on the Sound, with splendid water-front, and can be reached by boat In an hour from Peek slip. It is nearer [ 'he ('.'y tf*)l ">an Fort Washington and the upper part of SAV "if,*1 Clt^- Ai near as Newark and Elizabeth. I The Milage was incorporated in 1800. aud Is growing rapidly, ibe streets are laid out according to a map adopted by the trustees and flled in the Countv Clerk's office at Jamaica. I'he streets on which these lots are offered arc nearly all sewered, curbed, guttered and macadamized. High rolling ground, with excellent water, well drained und healthy; no more subject to "chill* and fever" or 'fever und ague" than New York luelf. The main sewer through fte premises offered is over a mile long, empty ing into the East River. " ? The village contains, Fpiscopal, Catholic, Methodist and Presbyterian churches, public aud private schools, lactone's, savings bank; Herald Wliltcstone Telegraph over 2,Sis) Inhabitants, with over 15,000 within a radius oi three miles - and is nerfectlv convenient to the cllv for call-, snooping, concerts or theatre. Commutation, ferriage included, is only 12)(c. each way and the railroad agrees U) give a commutation lii o.i to Hunter s Point for one year free to (he occupant "J.,"01' new houie costing mors tliun 82,000. and built belorc May, 1874. 1 his privilege, of course, holds good to each person who buys at thin sale. Whitestone has long been tamous for its beautiful scenery, line drives, boatini? and sailing. It combines city pleasures with country cointorts. It Is an excellent point of Investment. Over $180,000 worth oi lots surrounding the property offered to-day were sold between June and November, IH72, moftlv to parties Intending to build and remain permanently. Homes are springing up on everv side; living is cheap? cheaper than in the city. Five Houses will be offered, either oi winch will make a good home, Ta\e< are verv light; village taxes are limited by charter tonne-half of one per tent on the valuation. Every lot eold will be subject to covenants against nuisances nnd liquor stores. 1 his Is a bona llde partition sale, and every parcel offered will be sold (o tlu? hi^hevt bi'Ulor. Full covenant warranty deeds will be given. Printed abstract* ot title can be obtained at $5 each, from Van Siclen, Gildernleeve A Bald win, Esqs., counscilors-at-law, Bennetl Building, W and i?0 Nas.au street. Terms, 10 per cent down, 15 per ccnt on June 28, bal ance on mortgage for 3 years; 5 per centdUcount Irom (ace ot mortgage for ciwb. Allen b. miner, auctioneer. Salesroom*M Chambers and 77 Kcado street. Late Henrv It. Leeds A Miner. ? , Established in li-47. "or>e Auction Mart, '37, and 3414tii av , corncr 25th gt H\ ALLEN B. MINER A BRO. TUESDAY, MAY 27, .... . at 10,'S o'clock, at the private rt sidence 106 West Fortv-second stree t, near Sixth avenue. GENTEEL FURNITURE, comprising velvet, Brits * and three-piv Carpels; rosewood and gilt name tier and miiutcl Mirrors; icewood Parlor Milts, ttogeres, inarnlc top centre an 1 side Tables, very handsome g it, marble top Con o'c Tables; rosewood 7-octave Piauu, Turkish Chairs, ebony and gilt Chairs ros.-wood, black walnut and mahogany Bedsteads, '?"reaas. Ac.: hair Mattresses, fcxither Beds, Bolsfrs and I illows; wool Hlunkets, Ac. ; Puinliugs and Engrav ings carved black walnut KnlTet, Extcn>io? lable, inning Room ( hairs, eight day clock--, China Vases, Mantel Ornament*. SUverplated W.i e, Ac.; niso Kilclici Furniture in variety. ? ????-??? ON 1HI'R-DAY, MAY 29, at lOfi o'clock. At the private residence, 467 West i weniy-tblrd -treet, __..... ... near Tenth a veiitie. GENTEEL HOl'S-CflOLD FURNITURE, CONSIolINO ol rosewoiMi l'arlor Suit*, iu brocal? 1 -. t lit liame French plate Mirrors, roik-wood Pinnaforte, r.v Dunham ; Wilton aud velvet t. arpets, rosewood Card Tub e.lace window cur Ln'il**' inaliorany J tagcres. tnahoganv Bedroom Suits, hair Mattrcssi's, leather Polsters and Pillow* !!!i!a?n t w Brusse's aud ingrain Carpet- oak Ex it nsi(.n Ti.ble,oak Dining Room Ch-iirs, whitr- China Diu 'u"iT. ^e'" g,lv?r **'?*? n,"l Glassware, Cutlerv, Ae.; also Kitchen Furniture. ' '' ' SATURDAY. MAY SI, at 10'4 o'clock, at their sal?ri>om? ... v rr. 9 '-''libers and 77 Read.- maci, (JENTEiiL HOLS.OIIOLD FUllNITi'lSH MIKROII CARPETS, Ac.. Ac. * ' Dttali* in time. A RT NOTICE. EDWARD SCHENCK, Auctioneer nxtra itnpi r.ant salt o riuroi etn Oil Faintinifs Just imported, einbraci g n spec.mciw ot the lollowing K.Verbncckhovcn, Lavid lol, Frnuftiuir, V" Woyotleiii, R??(ieive, A Mlletis, M A. K<K?k-kock, Kralke, Sehawiei.' Van Hen W>ngaerdt. ptiiHCireis, K\cr?in, naruKhroeder, licr.iri Spelldorn, Kluvver, J rans Lebret, Spoliler. m Burner, De la iloose, and many others. And of the American s-liool, Ken'ctt, Cropsev, t w- art, David Johnson, p. . , Briclier. v \t. r. Kic!mr?!f?, painAi?l !,i^?or^niljht lYoln rc^ciuNkMle^cra ra a ted or igi na lI."" Vf 11 f'r' ' of AnlwerV. The originality of the Mcturcs in all eases to be deter mined by the artist or dealer Irom whom purchased - to prove which two months tro-n d-iv ot sale will be (Slowed to the purchaser. I'ureha-ers will please mention at thnc ot payment it they desire to prove the origina l nn l a so the purchaser s nionev will be depodiirt in h.'t^i.j States Trust Company, sub'ect to theT.Vder and tha of ihe Huctione. r. and ui.on a certiorate from the artist or dealer heliv produced, denving the orlginalitv the rur chaser s money, with interest and litlv per cent art ditional. will be rt tunded The exi.cn-c of obtainInS .uel, certificate to be borne by the present owiit-r?. h unt am represented and by the purchaser it as represented E HWAKU 8CHENCK. The above will be sold at auction by EDWARD SCIlENCK, on THl'RSDAY and FRIDAY Mav 29 and 30, ' at fiO Liberty street, commencing at 12 o'clock each dav A? SUPREME COURT SAl.lt. . JOSEPH M'OUfllE. Auctioneer, will n il nt auction, on WEDNESDAY. Muy ?!-, i*7:i. ki IS o'clock noon, n! the Kxchnniir Salesroom, 111 Hrondwiiv, under direction ot VN illia.ni U Kircheis. Esq.. Referee, 17 Sulllvnil street, brick House and Lot. Maps at auctioneer'* ofttce, n" Oedu srteet. \RC1I. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER, Office and salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post office. Horse Auction Brunch 19 to 25 Knot Thirteenth street. Carriage Repository No. 8 Oortlundt street. Household and Office Furniture. AR II. JOHNSTON will sell on Monday, at 10'? o'clock, at the salesroom 37 Nassau street, and .%? Liberty street, n large assortment of Household and office Furniture : also Hott i Knrmturc, large lines ot Ilcdsteads, Wntlisl.'inds, Itureaus; al?o a splendid assortment of rich cut Glass ware and China. Carpets, Ac. A RTIFT'8 BALE. ARCH. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer. We will sell by auction c.ii Tuesdov mid Wednesday, May 77 nn?l ?<, commencing at 12 o'clock euth day, nt the Art OalTeVy, 57 Nassau street, the entire collection o' Art Trophies belonging to Sefior Felipe S Gutierrez, consisting of hUlily tJnlshed Scriptural and Altar Pieces, Cabinet Heads, lull length Figures, Aquarelles, Lift Studies mad* during many years' prurtlre at various lite school* In Kurope, Hiu'itcs and Drawings highly use till in art schools or to stud* tits practising art. The above desirable paintintrs arc now on exhibition, and will be pel r iii j-toiil v sold wltluiiil ?m lvseiw VHCCTION SALE?ON MONDAY, MAY 26 AT 10.S o'clock. Property of Albert A. Vanderlioff, Esq , leaving for Kurope, at the brown slone mansion lot Ea-<t Twenly flflh street, between Fourth and Lexington avenues 6?i lots iriakrni(lrent Houselo I I Kurnlture. Hi) yards vel vet Brussels Carpet. Palutlnss, Mirrors: Parlor Suits, covered with rich French satin brocatel and reps; rose wood and walnut Chamber Suits, style o/Louis XIV.; Mat tresses, Bedding, Glass, China, Silverware, Cutlery; mag nificent rosewood I'liyiororte, cost (w Set Monday's Herald. Am caldwell, auction her. I , HANDSOMK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AT SALESROOM 79 NASSAU STRKKT, Monday. May Ml at Hift o'clock prompt. consisting of elegant rosewood Pianoforte, rich Parlor Suits, Mirrors, rosewood Wardrolw, with mirror doors , Centre Tables, Mtnlc Stand, Lace Curtains, I.onnges, Extension Tables. Buffet, Clocks, Carpata, Chamber suits, in walnut and mahogany; curled hair Matirosses, Secretary llo?kcat?, mahogany Pianoforte, sofa Red, Oilcloths, Stair Carpets, flap Stands, tMCtkifjvariety of Kitc/ier luto kkU. iu\ w'lVi vumUvbiv b? SUM wkttioiit runrva. ,, ?Af? AT AtCTlOM. A J. BLEECKER, SON A CO., AliCTIONEEBB. ? Trustee*' sale of Stocks and Bond*. belonging to estate ol John J. Palmer, deceased. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, at 13 M., at Exchange Salesroom, 53 share* New York Life Insurance and Trust Company. 22 shares United States Trust Company, or New York. 6&2 share* New York Gas Company Stock. $8,400 Indianapolis auil Madison Railroad Pi rat Mort gage Bonds; $8,403 Funded Debt city of Mobile H per cent Bonds; 400 share* Merchants' National Hank Htock; tlA.'/JH 19 Spanish Indemnitv Certificates, luterest paid Messrs. Kings A Co. at the rate of $470 37-lU) annually on each $10,' 0& Particulars at 77 Cedar street A J. BLEECKER, auctioneer. . Executrix'* tale at Irvington, near Newark, N. J. A. J. BLEECKER, :-ON A CO. will sell at auction on the premise*, on Wednesday, Mav 24,1873, at 11 o'clock A. M., 100 choice Building Lot* at Irvington, being part of the estate ol Charles Basslni, Esq., deceased, situated on Montgomery avenue and Alpine, Yftnderpoel, Twenty, first and Twenty-second streets, between the Clinton Avenne and Hpringlich} Railjwtd termini: the situation Is anionic the very best of* this line suburb In Newark, and only 00 leet trotn the city lino; the title is perfect ana the terms will bo liberal, hale absolute. Maris at 77 C'edur street, PAULINE BA8S1NI, Executrix. Art sale.-a magnificent collection ok Oil Paintings will be sold at Art Gallery, 80 Naaiau street, ou Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Mav 'A 27 and 28. commencing at 11 A. M.; must be dispose d of at any sacrifice. Will remove on the 1st June to 77 Ueeknian street. P. LEVY, Auctioneer. B Y E. H. LUDLOW A CO., auctioneers. Important sale of the well known and beautifully located Lyric Hall Property, on Hxtb avenue, Forty-second street and Reservoir square, on Thursday, May 29, 1873, at U o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway. Maps and (nil particulars at No. 3 Pine street. B V A. D. MELLICK, JR., A BRO., Auctioneers. ViliaPloti on the slope* of the famous Orange Mountain at aufitlou, adjacent to the station at Orange Valley, N. J. A. D. MELLicK7jR? A BRO., Auctioneer*, and dealer* in New Jersey real estate, No. 6 l'lnc street, will fell TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1873, by order ot R. O. Cromclln, lisq., ISO magnificent Building Lota on the Mountain ilope, near Llewellyn Park. Choice Property in an elegant neighborhood, surrounded by costly Improvements, and on an elevation commanding views unequalled In ex tent and beauty in the vicinity of New York. Streets are all graded and substantial plunk walks laid. Music by (irafulln's lull Regimental Band. Luncheon belore Ibe sale. For maps passe* u:id particulars apply to A. D. MELLICK, JR., A BRO., No. ti Pine street. New York. BY P. COLTON, AUCTIONEER. On thursday, May 29, at lOJf o'clock. Large sale of rich l'arior. Bedroom and Dining Room Furniture, French plate pier and mantel Mirrors, rich Buffets, superb Chamber Si?its, made by Pettier A Sty nius; Oari-et", Pianos, Ac., at the salesrooms, S3 East Thirteenth street, near Broadwav. Also, two decorated China Dinner Seta, fine cut Glassware; also, Clothing, storage (foods, Ac. BY JOHN U. DRAPER A CO., AUCTIONEERS. The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company wltl sell 80,000 TONS SCR ANTON COAL at public auction on Wednesday, May 28, at 12 o'clock noon, at 26 Exchange place. SAMUEL SLOAN, President J?Y DANIEL CAULK1NS, AUCTIONEER?OFFICE 194 Broadway, room 19. On Tuesday, May 27, at 11 o'clock, continuation or closing sale or superb imported and city custom made Furniture, removed for convenience ot sale to the spacioua store 12 Murray street, near Broadwav. N. B.?Full particulars hereafter. BY SIMON HERMAN, AUCTIONEER. Monday, May 20, at 11)$ o'clock, at 13 Bowery, the en tire stock of Wines. Liquors, Cigars, Ac., from a tirst class dealer; removed for convenience of sale, and comprises choice casks Brandies, Gin, Fort and Sherry Wines, Champagnes, Ac.; also al>out 80 barrels choice old Bour bon and Rye, Scotch and Irish Whiskeys. Cigars, and a variety of other Wines and Liquors usually found in a tlr?t class store. Sale will be absolute, ralu or shine. Dealers nre Invited. IJY DANIEL A. MATHEWS, AUCTIONEER?SALES ROOM 76(1 Broadway, near Ninth street, lust below Stewart's, LAROK SALE OF SEWING MACHINES, comprising SEVERAL HUNDRED both DOUBLE AND SINGLE THRHAD, most nt which have been but little used. Taken in exchange lor the LIGHT KUNNINU DO MESTIC. Thcv will t>e sold singly and in lots to suit, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, May 27 and 28, at 10X o'clock, at MATHEWS' AUCTION ROOMS, 766 BROADWAY, near Ninth street. ? Y DANIEL A. MATHEWS, AUCTIONEER, SALES ROOM 70S Broadway, neur Ninth street, Jiwt below Stewart's. B ON FRIDAY, MAY 30, ot JO'i o'clock, at private resi dence 136 EAST 70TH (iTKEET, corner I .exington avenue. HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MIRRORS, Brussels and three-ply Carpeta, rosewood i'ianolorte, Ac. / 1URI0U8 \j ART BALE I HOUSEHOLD ART I Rare and curious collection of Household Art Goods, comprising ANTIQUE FURNITURES, In Morcu.'try; superb carved rosewood, ebony and oak Cabinets, Chests, Bookcases, Tables, Sideboards, Chairs, Bureaus, "Julm l.:iw Table," Dutch silver Clipboards, Foot Stove, \\ lne Coolers. Inkstands Clocks, Mirrors, Oriental Carpet", Turkish and Moorish lings and Tapestries, em brem'cred Altar Cloths, CHINAS, ce'cstinl blue and Nan kin; OLD DKLl'f WARE, quaint and much sought tor; SUKAFFITO WARE, REPOUSSE METAL WORK, (unsurpassed, ELECTROTYPE REPRODUCTIONS, ARMOR. Shields, Swords (luns, Spanish Peasant Pottery, Ac.; the w hoi? an cxtrai r.linary collection, and now on exhibition, DAY AND EVENING, at the CLINTON HALL SALEROOMS, and tn lie sold l?y auction on the evenings of TUESDAY anil WEDNESDAY, i7th and 23th Inst. Tlic Messrs. LEAVITT, Auctioneers. DO NOT REFRAIN FROM BUYING AT THE PARTI tlon sale of Whitestonc Property, at Exchange !? alee room, 111 Broadway, on Monday, May 29, (or the reason that you are unacquainted with the property, Call on A. II. MULLER, P. It. WILKINH A CO., the auctioneers, Ht No. 7 Pine sircet. or on H. K. VAN SICK LES. 133 Nassau street, get tree pastes, visit the propcrtv and pick out jour lots. R. R. Itopkiu* will meet you a?t Whllcstoue. It will not take you three hours. Whitestonc.?Change of fuuday tiine table of Flushing and North fide Railroad. Trains on Sunday now leave nunter s Point, 9:40 A. M., 12 M., 1.40, 5:15 and 7:30 P. M. Whitestone, 8:30 and 10:40 A. M.; 12:90,4:30 and 6 P. M. Foreclosure salb?the desirable business Property situate in the village of West Mount Ver min, Westchester county, nearly opposite the N. Y. and H. k. R. d?pot, known as the Bronx River Distillery, consisting ot six village lots, ami embracing about three quarters ot an acre ot land, with water frontage on Bronx River, together witn the Distillery and other Buildings thereon, will be sold at public auction on Tncsdav, the 27th day ot May. 1878, at 12 M., at Mott llaven'Railroad IH not, near the Harlein Bridge, tn West chester county, under the directions of Gerard M. Ste vens, referee. sale absolute. GEORGE F. MARTENS, Plaintiff1* Attorney, 212 Broadway, New York. H UGH N. CAMP, AUCTIONEER. Trustees' sale of seventy-six acres of Land, at Uollingbourne, Scarborough, on Hudson River. HUGH N. CAMP will sell a) auction, on TUESDAY, May 27, 1873, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, HI Broadway, Trinity Building, New York. Sale by order ot tbo trustees of ttie Robert Doorman estate, Hudson River property, Uollingbourne, Scarborough, N. Y. The oifsto )lc? abont three elshts of a mile from the sta tion and one halt mlb' south of Sing Mug. It contains ah,mi tcvcntv six acres ot fine land, with a front on the N?w York atid Albany road, or Broadway, of over one and a halt miles, witn a splendid mansion, stable, lortiro and greenhouses; all built of brick and cement In tho most substantial manner without reeard to cost. It also has a number of frame cottages, barns and outhouses of traine tor laborers, i-c. Its extensive front on Broadway render.< It well iidnpted for cutting up Into thirteen plots, all of them having handsome v!i ws of the Hudson River. A fine stream runs the whole length of the property, ca pable of making three beautilul ponds. It Is well wooded and from it- comtuunJing position and nearness to tho flourishing village of Sinn Sing makes this one of the most desirable opportunities for a person demrous of securing a home which cannot fall to Increase largely in value. The whole will be put up at an upset price: it not sold,will then be offered in plots and sold to the highest bidder. Seventy per cent ot the purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage for three year* at seven | er cent. Maps and full pnrltculnrs at the office of the auctioneer, 106 Rrood ?ht, corner of Pine street. New York. II BNRY B. HRRT8, AUCTIONEER. (1 RAND CENTRAL SALESROOMS, 6S6 BROADWAY, NEAR BONO STREET. IMPORTANT SALE OF ELEOANT FURNITURE, BARE OLD WINES,"VALUABLE PAINTINGS, ANTIQUE CLOCKS AND BRON2ES, FROM THE LIVINGSTON MANOR AND FORMERLY THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE JUDGE ROBERT"swIfT LIVINGSTON; ALSO HORSES, CARRIAGES, ROAD WAGONS, HARNESS, ROBES, BLANKETS, AC., AC., ON TUESDAY, JUNE~? At 9? O'CLOCK, AT 63 EAST FIFTY-THIRD STREET, NEAR MADISON AVENUE. Full details In next Huodav'i Herald Catalogues ready . iTn Tuesday, a< t/ie offioi" <\T tlx* Anetlnns*T,' firani Crt? I tral taleiroomi cm broad wav. u?ar Hand street. BALES AT AUCTION* H ENRY B. HERTS. AUCTIONEER. OK AND CENTRA!. SALESROOMS, DM BROADWAY, NEAR BOND STREET. HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITl'RE, CARPETS, M1RKOR8, 8TEINWAY PIANO, CLOCKS, BRONZES, CHINA, OLASSWARE, Ac. ON TUESDAY. MAY 17. AT O'CLOCK, AT THE URAND CENTRAL SALESROOMS. wl" embrace every variety of Household Kar ...i!J J?1,1vcfrom private resiliences, and will be Monday'lou'reserve whatever. Goods on view on JcoleTa U CTI0 N E E R. ? Absolute sale of 187 magnlflccnt Prospect I'ark Lots, by order of tho executor. . /ItUM In the Ninth and Twenty-second ward*. city of Brooklyn, cant and want tides of 1'roipect Park. being the estate of Wm. B. Cooper und Mary Johnson, deceased COLE'S SON will sell at Aue.ionon TUESDAY, June 3, at 1-. M,, at the Commercial Ex change, 389 Fulton street, opposite City Hall, Brooklyn, the following dosiruble property, by order ot Win. 11. Cooper, Jr., sole executor:? 93 Lots on Filth and Sixth avenues, Carroll, Macomb and First streets, on westerly slope of the Park (Estate of Win. B. Cooper, deceased). 64 Lots on Washington and Classon avenues, President, Carroll, Crown and Montgomery streets, on the east aid* of the Park (estate of Mary Johnson. deceased). 70 i.er cent on mortgage. Maps at the officc of SMITH A WOODWARD, Proctors, 39 Nassau street. New York: office of SIDNEY V. LOWELL, Attorney, 44 Court street, Brooklyn; office of the Auctioneer, 389 Fulton street, Brooklyn; WILLIAM B. COOPER. Jr.. Executor, 99 Pearl street, N.'w York. J COLE, AUCTIONEER.?POSITIVE SAT.E IN PAR ? tltiou.?457 valuable Lots in the Eighteenth and Twenty-first wards, Brooklyn. By order of John L. Nos trand, nsq., and the executors of Robert Adair deceased, toclo<*e the estate. To be sold on Wednesday, May 28, at 12 o'clock, at the Commercial Exchange, 389 Fulton street, opposite the City Hull, Brooklyn, 457 Lots on Broadway, Buidnvick avenue Boulevard, Myrtle, Stone, Evergreen and Central avenues and Marion, Suinpter, Cliauncey, McDouical, Kurmati, Fairfax, Pilling and Oranlte streets. All the above proporty is finely located on high grades, improving neighborhood; most of the streets are pavea, convenient to railroads, to ull the fer ries. Sixty per cent on mortgage. Maps at the office of the auctioneer. 389 Fulton street JOSEPH HEOEMAN * CO.?LARGE SPECIAL SALE of new and second hand Axmlnster, Moijuette, Vel vet Brussels, three-ply and Ingrain Carpets, at the Central Salesrooms, corner Willoughby and Pearl streets, Brooklyn, on Monday, May 20. at 10 A. M. JB. WENDELL, AUCTIONEER, AC , AC.?ON TUES ? day, May 27, at 2 P. M.. in salesroom 823 Broadway, Brooklyn, junction of Myrtle av., will be sold the tollow inj( described property'Two elegant frame Houses, con taining every modern convenience, situated on Wil loughby avenue, 40 feet east of S.uyvesant avenue; two desirable framo Houses, with extensions, on Pulaski street between Reed und Stuyvesai:t avenues; one cosoy Cottage, pleasantly located on Evergreen avenue, 29 feet south of (stanhope street: two fine I.oU of ground on lloyt street, adjacent to Carroll Park; ona three story Phila delphia Urick Store, ut 1,088 DcKalb nr., near Hroudwuy. Morris wilkiks, auctioneer. Executor's sale ot 45 Warren street, near Church street. E. H. LUDLOW A CO. will soil at auction on Tliurs> day, May 29, 1873, at 12 o'clock, at tho Exchange Sales room, 111 Broadway, sale by order of Jonathan Edwards and Clement J. Despurd, executors of Robert II. Pearson, deceased :? Warren street?The lease of tho Lot, with the five story marble front Store, known as 45 Warren street, south side, lust west of Church street. Lot is leased from Columbia College; has 21 years to run from May 1, 1873, with two renewals; pretont ground rent $1,500 per an num and taxes; size ot lot 25x75 feet Maps at the Auctioneers', No. 3 Pine street. 0. U. PIERSON, AUCTIONEER. Last opportunity to get Lots at 0. Belmount, opposite Belleville, N. J. . ^ "Pjendtd success of the sale on the IStli lust has Induced the owner to offer tho entire balance of ?400 l'lots at auction, On THURSDAY, May 20, 187.1. Many of the choicest lots were not offered at ii?t ?ni?. T->e beauty ?i the legation cannot be exa^erated Onlv 9lx "!ilc^!lom New York by railroad. The rear iot.n? nearly 20n feet above tho river, overlooking not enlv thn 'l.y?r ?'"? Orange Mountain, ?}ewark Wo"??dc %eno vilie and a wide range of beautiful country. toNc?omPp?a?ee w'lth thli? ?ff,7^Ta ,ot,tbl" yc? at auction Go (or them. thw? w?riT?ae%??lec?^0n b?n(' and mortsaBC ,or ptento yrSm^kl^Vt'a^'U^r5 iTlUKM maps at once from O. II. I^KRSON 4 oo. No "pina street, or of JOHN A. BLWKLL, 93 Cedar itrect Vow DEKTKR, Kewarka8CnU' BA8SET'1' AWARDS A CUE H. FIERSON, AUCTIONEER. 100 choice Lotd at auction, _ Harrison, East Newark, BA8SETT, EDWARDS A CHEDISTER, SSloW, dlrectioIT'of Whitehead * Morrow, on TUESDAY, May 27. ????'? 1't vor.v choice Lots are high and pleasantly lo cat.d, coin man ding extensive views of the rasuiic River Newark, Hudson <1tv, Bergen and Jersey City omi. . . V,M ani1 a' minutes' time from New York 200 trains daily to and from Now York ;" asier of access to down town New Yorkers tl an Twelfth atn.<^ *h? soil a sandy loam, dry and free trSm ilf mlisma 1 hC cr?H"iimprovements, graded streets, curbed and flae ana."s&?. home! "0 0 arjf ?PP<?rtun?tj- tor investment or a aw?st t?Vm ^le'1/or examination free of charge ti.i ? per cent and auctioneers' lees on dav of sale gage%?'threeviariir^tty,i.b"i,"l,ce ?,n hond nilrt mort toot ot nirtlAiulf inl'i n I 1 by 1Pennsylvania Railroad, loot n<J Desbrosses streets, at 11:30 A. M. Freo Concert, Free Ride. T3AWNHROKERS' SAI.ES MonSay?WatchM'?nTi"l??Mf "onker' 133 ch*U>??n st. ander, SprliiaVtreet. Jewclry' by ortl<,r of H. Alex MyUT?^ellon,M<Us.7e0e,ten'S C'?thln?' by ord" Of MWrPedvy, n?j;ndMs1rect"nd Wo,nen'8 Clothing, by order of T. K^rThompVn ?r7erCn'' C,0U"ng' by ord" ?f ^ooS?^denttdb5? PAWNBROKERS' ^^?raBVucRICUARD FIELD, Tiirf?jntv Msalesroom 121 Bowery:? ' THURSDAY, *ay 29, by order Simpson, Komcrs A Co.. FRin*v iiJi J Jewelry. v?i i . & ; bv or',er Hour* McAleenan, W >oto Men's and Women's clothing. PA*S'i?. iH7AMLB?SAM FOREST, AUCTION othcrg^ds. Order Chat. Cu.Hipp, spring ,"&e, 8 SALE?WATCHER AND JEWELTIY ? i^w Bowe?v7Mt A|j'K? A?lAR; Auctioneer, will sell, at SO Watches,^Uolil' and D?amon<l ffif MwtelSMd^a^hemStt0???1 ??laM0* Ount, 'Pistols', By" M^ of^hnTlSvv, ia"syxth"a "o'nuef*nCy 000dS V> AWN BROKER'S SALE ? TIIt'RSDAY, JAMES AGAR M^n'i^U?n<fnw?mW"! "A1,1 ai 89 New Bowery, WW lots ot Suread?J?r n,? i' C.ltlS*1lnst' T"blc L1nen, Sheets, opieads, Ac. By order ot Mrs. Aufvss,270 SUnlon street PVLN..BROKKR:.? SALE.?FBIDAY, JAMES AOaR, Shii!^. i0.1?^. 7 .1 *clltlatJ0 ^?w Bowery,MX) lots Dresses, v.miViI' ^nd<rp'othes, Remnants, Slieeta, (spreads. Coats, Varlok rtrect Bv order of J' Jar,n?n' ,H5 PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?RAM FOREST. AUCTION eer, will sell, at 17 Bowery, Tuesdav next, M)'J lots sien s and Women's choice goods, fine Dresi-es, Shawls, Lnderwear, Bedding, and other seasonable goods. Order M. Davis, Sullivan street PAWNBROKER'S 8ALE.-8AM FOREST. AUCTION i . Zc.k will at 17 BoWtrr. Wednesday next W0 lots Silk and other Drcssses, One Shawls, Remnants Saequcs, Bedding, Men's Clothing and other goods. Order N. Stlcli, Tlilrd avenue PAWNBROKER'S SALE?WATCHES AND JEWFf, ry.?THOMAS J. McORATII, Auctioneer, l*t Chat ham street, will sell on Monday .VW lot* ot Cold and Sil ver Watches, Diamonds, Gold Jewelrv, Ac. Also Unn? I'lstols, Musical Instruments, Ac. By order ot A. Alexan der. Spring street PAWNBROKERS' TICKETS BOUOHTOK DIAMONDS Watches, Jewelrv. Silverware, Silks, Lares, Shawls' Ouns, Pistols and nothing. 195^ flowery, up .-tairs. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?MONDAY, JAMES AOAR Auctioneer, will sell, at M New Bowery, Nm lots Men and W omen J Clothing and other seasonable Goods. By order of Mrs. !? Milan, West Thirty-ninth street. PAWNBROKERS' SALE.?TUESDAY, JAMES AOAR Auctioneer, will sell at 59 New Bowerv, m |?1s' vf.SSSfeSK IVZ&'VmV&VVr ?MARSHAL'S io ! i. . * M"'"lav, at 10U o'clock, at falesroom. V7 East Broadway, splendid blark walnut top Bar (toun SST.'-S2Vbr?C Ale rump, three lierrlmr sale, 16 do/.en or soft Kelt Mats, boxes or f?niii? sn ,, half chest* ?f flnest Ore. n and Black Tea', Sewing Mai chines, Household Furniture, Carpets Engrnvlnas. ro<SkAo*MAf^nng?.?",ta' M-ttrctse*/French nlafe X rors. Ac. Sale positive. d. a. rftiRPHY, Marshal. S1'Bn??r;-SL n~RV rIKLD- AUCTIONEER, 121 an Vflr!Tf,? Wl 1 If" Un Tuesday, May 27, at II o'clock, at ajirt !!? 'tllc l r,"P< ?ty ot the New York Uasllght '""'Pany, also Engines. Boib-rs, Ac., on the premise*. By order MATTUKW r. BK*!nnaN, j. Hovm.Kn, Deputy. Sheriff. CEE ADVERTISEMENT UNDER FURNITURE COL umn headed BAROAiNW. BARGAINS. BARGAINS. WILLIAM ABBOTT AUCTIONEKll, WILL 88lX f.i.. i.01^'Monday, at 1?H o'clock, the entire stock or a f turn I tor. dealer retiring from the business, at 80 East I ' n# mfctblo tow TAl.Iaa Rurcans. Softs and 1 chaira Mirrors, Ac. BALKS AT AtTCTIOT. rTIHOMAS OAFFNEY, AUCTIONEER, OFFICE NO. 8 J. Centre street, by virtue of ft chattel mortgage, will *11 on Monday, May 26, at 10^ o'clock, five year*' Leave, stock ami Fixtures of the Itr.-t class Llriuor Store 208 Weft street; four-pull Pump, an excellent Counter, Kegs. Mir rors, Wines, Gin*, Brandies, Bourlion and Whiskeys and Ale, > large stock of excellent I'igaip, Ac. (JBCBXEE'S BALK, ^ B. A. CLARK A CO., Auctioneers, ofa large and spleudld stock of silverware and Ivory . . handle anil allver-plalod Table Cutlery, store j9 l.ioerty street, live doors from Nassau, will continue daily, at I0H o'clock, until all Is sold. i ifii1i vc s5??k consists ot rich Tea set? (new styles), Ice 1 ltchers, Salvers, Goblet*, Mugs, Fruit Stands, Centre Pieces, bpcrgnes, Cake Baskets, Dinner and Hrcukia^t Castor*, I lekle Castors, Napkin Rings, Forks, Spoons, Card Receivers, Ac. Al?o tine Table Cutlery. Every article warranted of the b.Mt aiid most cele? bratei! manufacture. Stock to be sold In lots to suit buy ers, anil the attention of the trade is called to this sale, as the s ock must bo closed at once. l'er order. FRED. SMITH, Trustee. WM. TOPPINO A CO., 132 CHURCH STREET. Monday, .Mav 2#, at ll o'clock. rpui-lal sale of Uau. 800 cases foft Hats, I'anama Hats, men's, women's and children's Straw Goods, all new and attractive styles, di rect from manufacturers. A ?CARPETS, : styles, i FlUMTUKK, Furniture, Bedding, Oilcloths, Lace Curtain*, Window Shades, Blankets, Comforters, Ac., siiuii avWf vuillitll C*v*i at very low prices at the large wholesale and retail warerooms, 500 to 516 Eighth avenue, corner of Thirty, fifth and Thirty-sixth street*. X). KKLLY, successor to H. O'FarrelL A?A.?A.?A.?A.?A.? . A unvote family, declining housekeeping and leav ing for Europe, will sell all their House hold Furniture, in lots to suit purchasers, namely?Magnificent, superb crim son BJtiii luttled trout, inlaid and gilded name Parlor Suit*1, cost $6'J0, for $300; one do., $?J5, cost $'50; brocatel Suits, $1Z>; rep Suits, 7 pieces, 860; velvet and Brussels Carpets; 14 Bedroom Suits, $40 upwards; separate Bed steads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Mattresses, Ac.; also bril liant toned 7U octave rosewood 1'lanolortc, cost $900, for $30J; Stool. Cover, Ac.; Dining Room Bullet, Extension Table, inlaid to match; ('hairs. Mirrors, Chandelier*, Bronzes, Oil Paintings. Easy Chairs, Lounges, solid Sil verware, basement aI kitchen Furniture, in lot* leas than half cost. Cull be lore purchasing eUewhcre and examine, at private residence 120 West 2!d street, near 6th avenue. House open this dnv (Sunday) or Monday. ABAKGAIN-TWM) MAGNIFICENT FRENCH SATIN Parlor Suits, nearly new, cost $S73,~for $175 each suit; brocatel and rep Suit*, $75, $30 and $35; rosewood and walnut Chamber Sul's, $35 up; 20 Sprint and Hair Mattresses, Bedding, Curtains, Mirrors, Carpets, 50c. up| Pianoforte, Paintings. Bronzes, Clocks, Vases, Dining Fur niture, China, Silvir Ware, Cutlery, less than halt cost, family leaving city. Residence 101 East Tv euty-fifth street, between Lexington and Fourth avenues. A RARE CHANCE FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.?MAG niflcent Household Furniture, property family leav ing the city, for sale at a sacrifice; two superb Parlor Suits, covered silk brocade; cost $809, for 8200 each; do., $150; do., $45; Pianoforte, Etageres, Bookcase, Bronze*, Paintings, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Wardrobe*, Mattresses, Extension Table, Bun'ct, Chlnaware, Linen, Cutlery, Glassware, at half original cost. 33 West 15th st, near 5th av. AT BENDALL'S OLD STAND FURNITURE, CAS reis and Redding cheap tor cash or b\ weekly and monthly payments. C, E. cannon, 203 and 211 Hudson street, corner Canal. A ?PARLOR AND SOFA BEDS IN GREAT VA ?1. riety, PAYNE'S patents. Depot. 40 Blcceker street A PRIVATE FAMILY, HAVING SOME HANDSOME black wulnut Bedroom Furniture, and having no use for it, would dispose of it at a bargain. Call at 68 West Twelfth street. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, ABOUT TRAVELLING abroad for their health, and not wishing to have a nubile auction, will sell at private sale all their elegant Household Furniture, viz.:?Parlor Suits in satin broca tel and coteluinc; magnificent Deckcr A Broil', four round rosewood Pianolorc, niarquetrry Cabinets gilt Tables. Ornaments, rich Bronzes, Oil Painting!", Etageres, Book eases; Bedroom Furniture, viz.Rosewood and walnut single and double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Withstands. Ac., R)J yards Carpet, -*7 tine hair and spring Ma.tresses, Ac., in lots to suit purchasers. Call at 210 West 21st s1., near 7th av. N. B.?Can be seen this day (Sunday). Private secretary wanted. AT 8<<0, PS2 BROADWAY, DEPOT OF PICKHARDT'S Patent Parlor and Sola Beds; also Parlor, Bed- . room anil Dining Koi in furniture, made order under our owr. supervision, for stile on easy terms or for cash by S, H. A Co. _ Bargains. bargains. bargains. Great sale for 30 days; save 53 percent. 722 Broadway, opposite New York lio'.el. Second liaml Furniture, Carpets, Silverware. __ FORECLOSURE TO PAY LOANS AND CI1ARGESL Mahogany, rosewood, walnut and oak Bedsteads, Bureaus, Waslistauds and Commodes; Parlor and Library Suite, in broeatel and reps; Etageres, Armolrc-n-Glace, Sideboards, Dining, Centre, ( aril and Library Tables j " Chiffoniers, Cabinets, Desks and Hall St:' ? ? Axminner, Velvet anil Brussels Carpets. Mirrors. Clocks, Bronzes and Ornamental one very fine 1'aintlng, "Titian's Daughter;? two very tine rosewood Pianofortes; 410 ounces of English Silverware; Feather Heils, Pillows, Hair Mattresses, lace and broeatel Curtains snil Lambrequins; China, Glass and fcilverplated Ware; Wheeler A Wilson's and Howe's Sewing Machines. Those ubout furnishing city and country houses will find It to their udvantuge to call. 722 Broadway, above Fourth street C1ARPET9, J Furniture, Beds, Bedding, Ac. Payments taken by the week or month. Terms easy. KELLY ft CO., corner of Twenty-fifth street and sixth avenW CIOLE A THORN, NO. 2 WEST FOURTEENTH J street, pay the highest cash price for all kinds of sec ond hand Furniture, Carpets, Mirrors, Ac.; also a fin* stock ot modern an 1 antique Furniture for sale. DEGRAAF A COCHRANE removed to 152 and 154 West Twenty-third street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room Furniture, Mattresses, Spring Beds, Ac., at the most reasonable prices of any house in the city. All goods guaranteed as represented. DEGRAAF A COCHRANE, 152 and 154 West Twenty-third street. FOB SALE-AN ENTIRE. ALMOST NEW, SET OF Household Furniture, Carpet*. Ac . as the owner la going to Europe. Apply nt 960 Sixth nveuue, first floor. For sale cheap?a first class french walnut Bookcase, with block polished moulding!; l?wer part can he used as sideboard; It was made ia leisure hours by the seller himself. Imt has 110 use nor room tor it. To be seen at 22S East Forty-first street, sec* ond floor, trout. SOOD SECOND hand AND MISFIT CARPETS A specialty; nil sizes handsome patterns for Ml* an, at 113 Pulton street, corner of Dutch, entrance on Dutch street. HOUSE furnishing. george A. CLARKE'S Popular System of Payment*. P< pulsr System of Payments. Popular System of Payments. The best, most convenient and economical method ft* obtaining elctrunt Furniture, Carpets, Upholstery, Ac. 717 Broadway. 747 Houses and apartment# tarnished on liberal terms. James GRAHAM, 190 THIRD AVENUE, is now open to purchase all kinds of second hand Furniture, both modern and antique ; likewise Carpets of every description. Has now on liana a great variety of rich Furniture of every description on sale. N Monthly or weekly paymentp.?carpets. Furniture, Bedding, Ac. DEALY A CUNNINGHAM* 384 and 38i> Third avenue, near Twenty-eighth street. Prices lower than any other house in the city. EW FURNITURE STORE, 8?4 Broadway, Great Jones street corner. EDWARD W. BAXTER A CO., Manufacturers, announce the opening of their Retail Ware rooms with the finest stock of Furniture ever on exhibition. Walnut Chamber Suits, parlor Suits In every variety, Dining Room Furniture, elegantly enamelled Chamber Suits, English Deal Marqueterle Milts, and tnnn.v other lines of Furniture which can La obtained of no other house, made expressly for our retail trade. Prlcc marked on each article. EDWARD W. BAXTER A CO. Wholesale, 1!W, 200. *j2 and 204 Canal -Ireef. Retail. W4 Hroadway, Great Joins stie?t corner. VEW Fl'KNITl RR STORK, ~M4 BROADWAY. ORRA* ii Jones street corner.?Furniture of the t est quality lit the greatest variety. aKthe lowest prices, and the prlCS ot each article plainly marked. Bdward w Baxter a CO., Manufacturers. WANTED?FI RM 1 URE, NEW OR NEARLY NEW. TT tor Property and Cash. J. CAUMlCfliiEL, 87 Union square, Broadway. EEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR FUR, niture. Carpets and Bedding, at K. M. C'OWPER kAlT A CO. H, 155 ami 167 Chatham street. An w THWA1T ImmotiM' stock and tow prices. $1 ?WAi.srr bedsteads AND chamber; ?P 10. low priced, medium and tine ; al-o 'logntit Dress ing Cases, Wardrobes. Ac.; all warranted ol the best quality, at manufacturers' prices, at iimnuuwstorT, MM Hudson t.srert jB%B>B AJfP KARB. ~ ~ Artificial human eyks.-t. j. davis, i"? ventor and only maker ot the improvo 1 Artificial Ilumnn Eye, ucSuiowlfdiri'd by the faculty to !?1 the onlY . Ktlttl flntwllijt of iiature m '.ti> *?or*. I. lir ttt* 1 rt"??nth utrwL haiween ltiir.l snit Fourth avenues.