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C <111 ni I. \ Fit! ST CLASS Kuril STOUT HIGH 8TOOP Brown stone Hou-c in ice) for ?ute on Furty-mnth trie:. n< ir M-oli-i u avenue. . | posite Columbia College, orttiM), location hr-t cliH, ?very modern Improve ncnt a>;<1 'tie ch ape?t hon-e in hi- city. I'HaLONA ?LOX.\. 51 r.aal .-.vrntventh Hires t. 4 s < PPORTUNl V FOR A <I"OIi iWfi TMF.NT ? I J\ will ?e:l lor rash, .4. 11 'j? -ain. iuiuu ?i2o* tirat das* hroW11 stone Honrs Fort: -ixth street. near K nth avi-nur, and twenty third >:re i near Sixth avenue, both well rented. - EDUY. No. I Park place.^ fX>rIt STORY HIt!II STv)OI? B OWN' STONE House, between Tilth and txth av< nues, ouForty Bflh street: r. nt redu-'-J from to ft,200. U>iP BuN A Pi.FIT Broad wai near "? rl.v fourth street. ni A KIKTH AVENft. NEAR FORTY NINTH 014- aire*I ? a superb ? finished high stoop stone Dwelling, with besutuul dining room extension, for sale low. furnished or unfurnished. ' V K. bTHVEXSON, Jr., II Pine street Knot Side. J nor sale-a nun comas house and 1 i?uU'i house lias seven rooms: the second lot has a good stable for two horses, wagon room, hav loft, Ac.; gerJo-u 1ms fruit, tlower-. Ac.; situation AS feet from the new F.ustcrn Boulevard Kor full particulars applv to T. J . Dl'NKI . Jr . A CO., Real Estate Insurance Brwvers. No. SM Third avenue. New YorR. W est Bute. A?FOR SALE AT A i.HEAT BaROAIV. ON SIXTH ? avenue, tire 5 etorv House*, including corner, lor cash; also one House. 25x75. JAKES KETTRBTCH, 909 Sixth avenue. 4 NEAT AND COMFORTABLE HOI -E FORSaLE? J\ in Ninth ward, with or wt'houi Carpets and Mir rors; terms tosuit purchasers-. -ize RxtdxTS. t L. A B. T. Bl'KNUA-V, till# Hudson street FAOR SALE?ONE of the finest corners in the Ninth ward. Corner of Bank and Bleeoker itroeu: lot 5d\Ux5. For particulars Inquire oi OWEN ?CMS IfPl, Northern Hotel. 91 Coriiandt street Eir sale or to let?the three <tory Building 126 Cedar street, with Liquor and Lager r Saloon; rent $43 per month. Mlecellaiteoue. A?FOR SALE, SEVERAL F?>l'R and five story ? Tenement House-, good location, at a great bar rain. JAMES Fr. ITRE lOH, 999 Sixth avenue. BROOKLYN CKOPEKTl FOR SALE . AND TO LET. JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE. BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, IB THE LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING. CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM S A. M. TILL 9P.lt ON SUNDAY FROM 3 TILL 9 P. M. CARRIERS' AND AGENT-' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET. BROOKLYN. FOR SALE OR TO RENT LoW-THE THREE-TORY House -473 Carlton uveuue, Brooklyn. ipplytoP. MOULD a Co., m and -3 Franklin street New Vork. FOR SALE?GREENHOUSES a.NI) STOCK, LONG louse, situated on Pro-meet place. Brooklyn, between Carlton and Vanderbilt avenues. Inquire on premises, or Fulton street, corner concord. 0. KICHTER. Look at this.?a tasty thrf.e story and French root brick Dwelling House; pleasant loca tion all Improvements; u neat, cosev Hou?u :n Brook lyn, within bftli uu Lours ride of the ferry; in perfect order; only $430 per year. Apply to fc. BLOOMER, 03 Nussau street, third tloor. PU-ITIYs, SALE?BY ( RDKll OF THE SUPREME Court, on Wednesday. June 17, at 12 o'clock noun, at the Commercial Exchange, Jed F niton street, Brooklyn, the elegant three story high stoop brown stone Houses, all modern improvements, Nus. 192, 193 and 3B McUou uugh streei. Tu LET-ON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS. HOUSE 59 Hicks street, tlve minutes from Fulton terrv; nine room-; gas and water; in per ect order; $30 per month. Apply ai 42 Fuituii street, Brooklyn. TO LET-TWO NEW HOUSES, WITH 10 ROOMS; ALL Improvements; tor summer or winter residence; half hour from Fulton ferrv; attractive location Call on owner. 69 Wall street, room 10. TO RENT CHEAP?FOR FOUR MONTHS, A FUR ntshed House on Brooklyn Heights. Address E. Sox L3J6 Post office. HISTCHESTEII COUNTY PROPERTY' FUB -ALK OK TO RENT. RYfc, N. 1 -HAND OMi.LY FURNISHED HOME; extensive view, lawn, gardeu. s able: for season or gear, tent lor -umuu-r $150 u month. Address F. u.. Herald Uptown Branch office. TO LET-LOW, A GOTHIC COTTAGE. WITH STABLE, in West Morrtsauia truit and lawn. _ P D. GrtAAr . Bowery National Bank. rONKF.RS.?IF YOC WANT A HOUSE, FURN1 HED or uuturni-hei. for the season or vear. at p;nle trices ana tine locations, address or call on JaMES iTOUMAN -. Agent, at Vonkers. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY" FOR _ SALE OR TO RENT. A BEAUTIFUL COL'-TRY RESIDENCE CONTAIN ex. ing 15 rooms, turnisbed. complete ordercarriage louse, stable, icehou-e ; t.l2 acres; unencumbered; uu nrpasaed tor beaithine-s; tlve minutes walk from tation: 42 miles by Harlem Railroad-, price, llou-e and "uvniture. $l4.uuu; exchange tor ew Yurie Prupertv Particulars on addressing PRORKIKluK, box j6 Post sffice. Katonab, Westchester county, N. Y. So pos al card* noticed. A T NF.W BRIGHTON.?TO RENT. ONE Fl'RMSHKD, A two upturni-hed Vjiln?; delightful, healthy location; MADles, with garden* planted; Wall street 3d minutes. HAMILTON A CO., 32 Broadway. A GENTLEMAN'S FURNISHED RESIDENCE ON Rlclimoud terrace. New Brighton. S. I.; every mod ?rn itninotement, tr.il ard rootn; Rituatiou one ot finest SB the terrace; rent low. W. a. CoLLInS, 2S Pine Greet. An elegant country seat?on the hudsox, within the eltv limits, for sale, exchange or to rent; unrivalled situation. M. a. J. LYNCH, ll Pine street. Any pku-on wishing to find a Larue, pleasant country hou-o iwith a little lurniturei on the sea shore, with charming surroundings, at a verv low rsiit. or If ot proper qualifications to keeti house with the owner, can hear of suet: a place by addressing L D. N., box 18d Herald office. At far rock aw a y ?to lf.t. one gothic cot tagcc near the beach and train. Apply to JoHN J. BELLY. the ownar, at Bay, or lti College place. I PaRTMENTS FOR HOU-EKEEPINO-AT M1ADV -Y sine, N. J.. on the Hudson. 3j miriuu-a trum city . $15 to $50 per montn. elegant mansion and grounds; estate at the .ate A. X* Gome/.. Owner. 217 West Thirteenth st. Along branch cottage to let?furnished, near the sea; 13 rooms; stable Ac., rent low. Pho? lnyl a> LIMDt) BRo>.' I JOt Broadway. Beautiful villa plot for sale?on the Passaic River: 100 leet water front; containing 13 City lots; three minutes from depot; 40 minutes rrom City llall: trains every ha.t hour. Erie Railway; will be sold for halt iu value, as the rnonev is needed lor bus tneas. Inquire of E. b. HAY uEN, -1 Nassau street, room 11. New York. tCOMPLETE COUNTRY PLaCE TO Ri-.NT.-Bi-.AUTI fully furnished House, modern improvements; situ ation healthy; garden*, lawns, trutts, vegetables, pas. tures, cows, poultry, horses, carriages; one hour's ride on the Pennsylvania Railroad. T. J. RAYNOR. 34 Broadwav. DON'T PAY $2,fflJ0 RENT WilhN YOU CA.S GET A House 30 feet front at Ken-ington Gardens lor $1.oj0, worth also tw o Houses, depot and stables tor ten horses for only $5,n?t. WALTERS, No. 5 Dev street, Room 6. J TOR SALE?EXCELLENT FARM-. IN DELAWARE, Maryland, and Chester county, Pennsylvania, in to 5U)acres. ?? me river iron ?, handsome views, heaithfttl, Kood society, buildings: dairy, grain and peatli Farms, i'ter now bearing, iru.t pa'-'s $n0 to t>.s*i an acre: fcnn-easy. Mention price and location de-ired. J. POLK. Wilmington, Del. L"OR SALE?AT JAMAICA. A BEAUTIFUL RK>I V deuce, 18 room a with modern improvements; eight lots, beautilully la;il out in lawn* and garden, plenty of 'run. stabie tor lour t icir es and carriages; In strictly Brstcias- rieigti ornood and pertectly h.a.thy lour rail roads. comtnutaiion $ " a year PrinciDa s only apply to UBuSKi DMU dr.. Clinton aienue on the premises. FOR 8ALK?A FAP.M OF 230 ACRES UP THE HUD ?on, near village and steamboat landing; every lot river view-exchange ior unen umbered city Property. Apply Bt A20 Huds- u street. U o ekjck A M. FOR SALE-A NEaTCOUNTRY PLACE NEAR THE Deiaware Water Gap. hah a mile trom Stroudiburg, W miles trom New York four ?cres ot .and, nest seven room House, good barn, garden Ac., with a due im proved water power suitable for mills or motorics (grist mill recently burned) , would ma^e a lino trout r poul try iarm; $3 5tU: terms easy. 11 STEWART, 245 Broadway, New York, r :i. 16 9 to 12 A. M. tTOR SALE-THREE ISLANDS, IN Til K ATLANTIC ocean nearlv adincent to the main land at B.irn gut and about 2U miles east of Atlantic Cny. making an sggregaie together, with about 1 -i. miles hit,!, ol 3.9M teres; the islands are connected with the mainland at low tide and can be upi roached with vehicles one has an area of about l,5Ui acres eligible lor s liotei or col lages: sor tale to close an estate, or will exchange lor city Brooklyn or near suburbsn Property. HuMER Morgan, No. J Pine street. For -al. ?coolest mountain residence in New Hampshire, compic ly lurulshed; horses, carriage*. Ac ; tor 12 to L> persons immediate occu pancr i cheap; tarn 11 v abroad. Particulars of ARTHUR Mi B8EK. si Broadway Furnished hou-e- i > let-in all part- of the Country; one hour's tunc; id price- -eason or yeBf; Jplendid location l M MaSOn, 31 Park row. IMPORTANT 10 LUMBER MERCHANTS.?TIM BE R J Lmiits lor Mle.?Ii.c ex-ct.lor- u: the esia'e ol Uie late John ehedden oflur tor sale the tallowing Ave Town ?hiptof nmber Limit*. -ltuated In the district ol Aigi n.a, on the north shore ot Lake turun, Don.inioit of Canada, Mt .? No*. 1U0, 101. 11$, I ti and 135. ear h tow nslnp con sisting of about 38 rciuar- miles, lt.ese limit* are most ?dvantageousi.v situated on the tnti.n stream of Spanish Etver and on Serpent KiM-r, and t t- whole urea is tim bered with a good qnalPy t white pint mixed with bin b and map e. For plan or the iium? wnn itportot Mr. Uaviiier, tli# surveyor <who recent! ? xpiorc i the entire area , and (or ether particular- ip-,;. to UOSBis, KARRIS A HcBRlDE. Solicitors, loronto. Canada. 1 HAVE SEVERAL FARMS AND REsIDi.NCE8, N 1 New Jer??y. lor sale an.l exchange.' heap. Psrties nokiug tor -uc'b will do well to call. JOHN wood, 40 Broad street. Kensington gardens ap.e one hour from Gran I i eia ra depot; five House* and stAi Building I *.!? ?i.Hih tAn .ii.1 * * ill Ft a .ScFllifi' Lvt?, wuub lor *l0.UO>; a ?/icriflce. v\ aLitn-r >u 5 atrcef* roov C M ONTCLA1K, NEW JERSEY -LOT, ldUXJOU. ON Mountain avenue, 35u leet eouth ol B.ooinflek) ave 1 cheap ?a*y terms; tAmiiiiiCM ftom a It/. Owner Wen thirty-mm streak PROPERTY OIT OP THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO IIENT. Ntbw hotel puk rent?in the city or can. ??aster. P i. contain* about Mh ro?ms> and U first class throughout; l? beats t by steam and -uptiiiecl ?ith electric 'ell*. elevator*. Ac. : will be ready tor occupa tion uouut Rep ember I. Address J. H. MaUl'IN. Lull cutter, Pa ?Y'VACK-IIV Iicn-IIN.-A HANDSOME PRIVATE Residence *11 improvements. tamnv absent for the season; reut nominal io a drsi class private lonuly. C. 11. Oi.IVKR. No. 1 Par'* place. /"YSf THE SOUND. 18 MILKS. FROM CITY?FIRST 'I class private bouse, varv Urge. elegant, modern; ?U lend Id situation; high.airy beuuuflil views, tllie liittn ill..', llsatng, itroinidk three teres, abundance ut shade; puuxn. bathroom. hot and cold water on secoed tloor. Address box It. Darien, Conn. POINT IMHKRIAL?ON WKSTPORT HARBOR, ON deep water, -unable tor manufacturing puruos ?* or gentleman's residence ; contains 17 acres, and Is uotv ot tered at a very low price lor cash, Send lor tuU de scription to MELVILLE E. IIKau. t-oiiih Xorwalk, Conn. Plainfield, n. j ?a handsome house, large, lot. stable*. Ac., cheap, will exchange tor a city or Brooklyn House also, hue Lot- tor a House. KELLY BROTHERS, 189 Broadway. TENAKLY, NEW JERSEY.-KHEK AND CLEAR, fit minutes trom city. House, i rooms; improvements: stable, carriage house, two acres lawn, iruit, shade, seliools. Churches; close to depot; perfect order ; cheap; terms eu-y. Owner 355 West Thirty first street. rpo LET?AT FAR ROCKAWAY. FURNISHED COT 1 tages. near the beach. Auply to JuHS Ki.BSaN, l'.<7 aveuue C. corner twelfth street. New York, or to JOSEPH SPELMAN, adjoining Coleuiau s Hotel, Far Kockaway. rpO LET-AT KEROKN POIN r. X. J., A FULLY furnished gentleman s Residence; Id rooms: beuuti luilv located; fine grounds tilled with every variety of choice lruit, crapes, berries, vegetables. Ac. Address box & filfi Post office, New York. T NO LET?FURNISHED COTTAtiK. AT BAY SIDE, Unit Island. 8 rooms, good bathing, boating, Ac. Apply to J. (', Bailey, Si Bast Fourth street, or GEORC (OE W. SgiDHORR. Id Hold street. To LET?FURNISHED, For THE MUROM OR year, a neat Cottage House; very desirable for a family preferring housekeeping to hotel lire. Apply at No. ?d West FHty-iourGi street, near Fifth avenue, or to N. A. CHEDSKf, Attorney, No. <City Hall place. TO RENT?IX VILLAGE OF CAT8KILL, V V., ON bank of Hudson River, the splendid new brick and Freneh root Mansion, containing 2a rooms, with stable and (Qree acres ot ground, commanding river, mountain ana vidage view: the finest place in Catskill. For Infor mation apply to F J. HiiLBERT, Port Jervt*, N. Y. Pos session given July 1, 1371. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. A -FUR SALE. TO LET OR EXCUANGE-FOR REAL ,1. K-:ate. the best Lioucr and Lager Beer Store In Jersev City. Apply to H. K. THl'RBER A CO., Reade and Hudson streets, N. Y. ? R.\Rh OPPOKTUNITY.-A HUNDRED ACRE FARM A ;n tieulthv part of New Jersey, and high stoop three story brick House, well rented, in best part of Brooklyn, to exchange for New Y'ork Residence. Address C. H., box 153 Herald office. A DESIRABLE PROPERTY IS JERSEY CITY, x\. lightly,mortgaged, rent over $2,300, to exchange tor lurtn about one hour from New York. T. OL1 Vr.K CARTER, 39 Nassau street, room 11. Exchange for Brooklyn property-a farm and Country Seat combined, containing sj acres, at Oyster Bay; large house, barn, stables, Ac. J. 0. HOYT A SON, 171 Broadwav. Exchanging real estatf. a specialty, large amount now offering.? owners ofcity or cubur bun Property desiring to exchange, address or call on M. T. WoolLEY, No. 6}fi Pine street. IPOR SALE?OR EXCHANGE FOR A SMALL FARM, not more tiui stable and carriage 1 ... KNICKERBOCKER. Herald otIKe not more than A) miles from New York citjr, a House, stable and carriage bouse in Brooklyn, E. 1), Address Ixor sale or exchange-in hloomfield, n. J., about 50 Lots, suituuie for any kind o: manufac turing business or building lots; ulso a good Water From and several good Dwelling Houses in the centre of the town: five minutes from three depots; horse ears run by the premises: 31 minutes from New York uy the Morris and Essex Railroad; would exchange for New York or New Jersey rsai estate, New Jersey preferred, or merchandise. Apply to Captalu T. O'LEaRY, on the premises. IAOR SALE OB EXCHANGE-BUSINESS PROPERTY L paying lu per cent interest, situated cn principal business street in a live town about 12 mile* lrom New York citT; price fitki.OOU. A. BLOMQVIST, 150 Nassau street fJOR EXCHANGE?A RESIDENCE, WITH 7 ACRES fine lawn, at Pluiufleld, tor New York, Harlvm, Brooklyn or Jersey Ciiv Houses. ManuaN, 58 Libertv street, room UJJ. ? ROSPECr PARK LOTS TO EXCHANGE FOR good second Mortgages or a turm not encumbered. H. P. DeoRaf, Bowery National Bunk. TO EXCHANGE OR FOR SALK-L'ITS ON UNION avenue, i lnton avenue, Concord avenue and Cedar street. Morrisana, now Tw enty-thlrd ward; ulso Lou on Dyckman estate, uuioinuig Parade Ground. Apply to JACOB I OHr.N, Vli r.ast sixtieth street TO EXCHANGE OR FOR sALE-\ FIRsT CLASS Farm ; good rolling and tobacco land; has 30u muple sugar trees large orchard.-good pasture, buildings and fences; In good condition in Hartlaud, Hartlord countv, Conn. Apply to J aCOB COH ,.N, 1U9 East six tieth street. TO KXCHANGE-FOR TF.NEMENT PROPER' Y, A line li u story high stoop browtt stone House, in perfect order; In good location, with or without Furni ture, on a tush basis, inquire at 3u2 Broadway, corner ot Duane street, room 1. between 1 and i P. H. TO EXCHANGE?HOUSES AND LOTS IN NEW York, Brooklyn. Jersey City, I lizabeth. Newark, Rah way a nil Westchester; Farms in New York and Jer sey: also Merchandise MADox, 42 John stieet To 'exchange fok a horse, wagon, and har dcs<, two lots in Georgetown, Harden county, towa: will give a good truiie PETEK Mc.nabu, 316 West Forty eighth street. II'aIK.c I'MVt KR-H)I( SALE, OK PaRI EX > t change tor small Farm near New York ; $3,600: on easv terms; a valuable Water Power, lately used for grist aid sawmills (mills now burned); W miles Irom New York; dam, rare, Ac., in good order; stood house, barn and lour acres <>i laud. H. sTEffAKT, "M Broadway, New York, room 16, 9 to 12 A. M. WrANTED?A COUNTRY 8TAT. WoKTH BETWEEN Y> %v ,u i) and $4l>.it?i. In Westchester county. Orange, MontcUir or r nglewood : preference given to Property on Hudson, below larrytown; will give in exchange lor same an elegant lour story brown stone cabinet trimmed Residence, a lew doors east of Filth avenue and Park. Parties answering this, to Insure attention, must state exact location, price and terms ot property offered. Brokerage paid. Address Wakd Jr.. Herald office. "VSTANTED?A FIRST CLASS HOUSE I.N BROOKLYN ?T in eicliange tor Newark (N. J.) Property; neigh borhood must lie unexceptionable and house contain all modern improvements. Principals call on or address T. C. .-Mil H, 29 Nassau street, room El w ANTED-COLNIKY PROPERTY, WORTH FROM to $7c,000 in exchange for equity of a valuable Leasehold Property on White street, or other city proo S. F. KNEE Land. 2*/ Broadway. my. \\TANTED?CITY HOUSE. THE MORTGAOE NOT TO tt exceed jiu.oOC, in exchange for tree and clear im proved farm Property in New Jersey, near depot; churches, school". Ac. n ERBERT. 224 Seventh avenue, first bell. O sTuKY BROWN STuNE; ALSO THREE STORY O Ertck and two Lots, In Brooklyn, to exchange for a Farm or Country Seat. RUFLS K. McHARG, 136Broad way. Commissioner toreverv State. KEAIi EsTATE WA.\TE1). \Y ANTED -THE BEST NEAR BY FARM OR SUBUR TT ban Froperty; must bo handsomely located and near depot- and cheap. Address, with location, price and particulars, GoLD.-MIiH Herald office. AY ?ANTED-A small HOUSE BETWEEN THIRTY ' fourth and Filty-ninth strceots. Sixth and Eighth reuues. Owners in want of cash send lull particulars >;JOHN DAVIS, 32 Park row, rear office. LOAM OKFICEN. A T 77 BEFECKER gTBEET, NEAR BROADWAY? -1 Money advanced on Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, A- also Pawnbrokers1 Tickets bought of Dia monds. Watches, A 77 Bleecker street, up stairs. t so Nassau street, between fueton and John streets.?Advances made to any amount on Lne Policies, Merchandise, Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Pianos. A NEWMAN LKOP'iLD, BU Nassau stree . A IT ttt BROADWAY, CORNER FOURTH STREET.? A Liberal advances on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Silks, Camel's Haii -hawis. Lace- anil Personal Prop erty ot every description. JAMES P. MATTHEWS. AT 767 BROADWAY-MONEY ADVANCED ON J\. Diamond*. Watches. Jewelry nnd all kind* oi per sonal Property: the suine fought und sold. 767 Broad way, corner of Ninth street. k. ft. Page. At the little store iui bowep.y, between Grand and Hester, advances on Merchandise; Pawn brokers' Ticket* bouzht; unredeemed Pledges lor sale. Don't forget the number. Ids Bowery. 4 MI.Rli AN OPPIt E.?$75,000 ON DIAMOND.-, J\. Watehe- Jewels, -liver, India Shawls silks. Laces, Valuables. Ac. ; utmost value loaned, or will buy; e-tab- ! lisbed ISM. J. H. BaKKINGEk. 725 Broadway. AT JOSEPH SOLOMON A CO.'S, 134 PULTON street near > assau ? Money advanced on D amends. Watches, silver Plate, fine Ureasef. Silks, camel's hair shawls. Antiques and Articles of Verttt; established ISiti; private office lor ladies, re habla Espanol. HYMAN'S, 710 BROADWAY?LIBERAL AD vunres made on Diamonds, Watches. Silverware, or wi;) pay the highest market price for the same. / lO"MOPOI.ITAN LOAN OFFICE, ? NINTH STREET, Vy basement, opposite Stewart's, advances money on Diamond-, Sip-erware, Jewelrv, Merchandise In bonJ; cusp .in house and other official salaries discounted. Closed on .taturdavs. M?Ji EY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Jewelry and Silverware, und the same bougnt. GEORGE C. Aui.EN, Jeweller, 1.190 Broad way, near Twenty-ninth street 3(4 NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 57 Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelr;, and all kinds ot Merchandise The same bought end sold. Room I. HAY MAN B LEOPOLD. iOQ SIXTH AVENUE. BETWEEN TWENTY T'Ju fourth und Twenty.filth streets.?Liberal ad vances uimle on Diamond*. Watcncs, Jewelry, Silks, Laces nnd Shawls ,-?uu bought at lull value. L BERNARD. 1 '>L!7 BROADWAY, OVER HERALD BRANCH 1 .?U i ..ffice. room B ? Parlor tor ladles. Branch N 1,27 Mroadwiy. Money loaned on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Ac. Same bought and sold. UNDO BROS, Y\ A.YTKU TO PURCHASE. A FRENCH PLATE PIER MIRROR, CONNlCTINO Corn.wti. hki^hl mc.ddlfu coniala tAhlti 1L >IAt Lr ^ coru.tti, hkitiai (including content tabic; kj ittt or . JSSftL sood eohd-tiwn. Address K? Sag East Eighty tourta street. TO MBT K4>K BPIBBCgg I'l HI'OSKv, J^ENSETT BUILDING. " GREAT REDUCTION IN RENTE. WITH A VIEW TO CECUM ELIGIBLE TENANTS FOR THE FEW OFFICES NOW REM AI NINO UNLET iX THE BENNETT BUILDINQ THE RENTS HAVE BEEN REDUCED. AND FIRST CLASS TENANTS MAY OBTAIN OFFICES AT VERY LOW RENTS. TO INSURANCE AND HANKING OFFICES IS NOW PRESENTED AN UNUSUALLY FAVORABLE OPPOR TUNITY TO SECURE ELIGIBLE OFFICES ON MOST favorable terms. THE ABOVE BUILDING IS COMPLETELY FIREPROOF. HEATED BY STRAK, TWO ELEVATORS. ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. INQUIBB OF HOMER MOROAN, NO. 2 PINE STREET. A SMALL STORE TO LET?TENTH AVENUE, NEAR Flity-lourth street; suitable for butcher or shoe maker; rent, >20. Apply in coal office. I sides, with or without Steam Power, and use ofsteam elevator; ?Ue 50x60. Apple oil tile niemises to JANES A aIRTLAND, 12 Reade street, near Broadway. IOFTS WITH STEAM POWER TO RENT AT LOW J rates, also a stood basement. Apply to New York Steam Power Company, 53 Aim street, room a PRIVATE LAW OK REAL ESTATE OFFICE OR Desk Room to let. cheats In Bennett Building. In quire of W. 11. O'l'WYER, room 2, second floor. Part of a store to let?with or without Apartments; also Floor to let. Apply at 179 Eighth avenue, near Nineteenth street. CTEAM POWER, WELL LIGHTED LOFTS AND ELE-* O vators to let.?First avenue. Twenty ninth and Thirtieth streets; also 200 feet wuter front for sale. J. M. KOEIILKK. 117 Broadway, room 4. STEAM POWER ROOMS TO LET-30X100 FEET: well lighted; steady power: steam heated; u*e or elevator. JOHN McLARKN, 'third and Grand streets, Hobokeu, V J. Steam powf.p..-rooms and floors to let, with or without Power, at 18 and 2U Pell street; rent low to wood workers or others. STEAM POWEK-WITH WELL LIGHTED ROOMS, large and small; Baseman', first third and fourth floors; a Room, with Power, $25 per month. G. F. HALL, 137 Elm street. T O LET?A GOOD STORAGE CELLAR. 20X45. J. F. WILLIAMS A SONS, Eighth avenue, corner Thlrty-tourth street. TO LET?A DESIRABLE FLOOR OF FIVE ROOMS, for business or dwelling. 221 Bowery. TO LET?HALF OF FIRST LOFT (BACK), WITH Steam Power- flno hoiatway, water, Ac.; very Cheap. Apply on the premises, 46 Centre street. TO LET-STORE SUITABLE FOR TAILOR OR dressmaker and two Floors for lamily, No. 21 East 'thirteenth street, between rit' h avenue and University place, lately altered and painted. t I ntnt T J. GIBBONS, SO Bond street. TO LET.?TOP FLOOR OF NO. 2s4 BOWERY; SUITA Me lor Photograph gallery or other light business. Inquire in tbe store. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. Furnished. 4 T >100 PER MONTH FOR FOUR 8TORV HOUSE? A In central location, 12 rooms, well furnished; all im provements; others. A. C. LOOMIS. 55 West Thirtieth street. A RARE CHANCE.?A FURNISHED ROOM HOUSE to let; Furniture lor sale; a good Income over rent tree; rooms all lull. Can be seen to-day. No anctioneera need call. SJl W est Thirty-first street. Unfurnished. A FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP brown stone House ifull width) to let on Forty ninth stieet, at >2,560 a vear: rent last year $4,0U0; this bouse has every modern Improvement; hardwood finish ana superior central location. PhaLON A SLOAN, 21 East Seventeenth street. A CORNER STORE AND HOUSE, ON SIXTH AVE. 11 nue and Twenty-seventh street, to let: reasonable rent to good tenant: splendid location tor business. J.vMES M. TaYLoR, No. 1Fine street. A?TWENTV-FIRST STREET. NEAR SIXTH AVE . uue?Good three story high stoop House, unt'ur" nlshed. >1,500: i hiriv-second street, near sixth avenue, tour story stone. Sl.oUU; fh rty-stxth street, near Finn avenue, tour story high stuep, $2.5) . Many others, fur nished and uniurnished. at very low re a as. SIMON SON A hCCLEaToN, 5U West t lilrty tlrst street TO LET?VERY CHEAP, UNFURNISHED HOUSE, stable and large grounds In 124th street, near Seventh avenue; also, famished three atorv brown stone House, 128th street, near fifth avenue: immediate pos session. Apply to HoMER MuRGAN, No. 1 Pine street. TO LET-HOUSE 111 MONROE BTRRET; THREE story and basement: good sub-cellar, with water on each noor: newly painted and In splendid order. In quire at W New Bowery. TO LET OK FOR SALE?A THREE STORY BRICK Dwelling, with u pood stable ana grounds, No. 2it East -eventv-seventh street. Apply on the premises at any hour. Kent giui per month. rTMFDttlMIO FOUR STORY HOUSE, 20 ROOMS J on seventh avenue, near Broadway and St. Cloud Hotel: will rent for boarders at 91,.KM: others, TIMPSON A PEEP, Broad wuv, near Forty-fourth it FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET. A N ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOM TO LET-IN J\ a private family, to one or two single gentlemen, without board: first cla?s location, near Central Park. Address SUMMER, Herald ottice. A ?NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLE - A, men and their wives or single gentlemen: house aud neighborhood first class; turniture aud bed llng all new; every convenience. Reference. 214 East Thir teenth street. AFURNl.-HED FIRST FLOOR TO RENT?FOR housekeeping in a private family. 212 Wast Fortieth street. A PLEASANTLY FURNISHED ROOM TO LET. 36 West Flity fifth street. PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET SEVERAL Room', singly or en suite, elegantly furnished; good location tor physician; terms verv moderate. Apply at 14 Irving place, corner ot Fifteenth street. A A private family will let to a gentle man (without board) a newly lurnished Room, on second floor, inquire at 241 West Fifty-third street. A WIDOW LADY, LIVING ALONE, WOULD BENT nicely lurnished Rooms to gentleman and wife, per manently or transiently Address, appointing inter view. EXCLUSIVi , Herald Uptown Branch office. A SECOND FLOOR, BATHROOM. LARGE CLOSETS and every comfort provided for housekeeping, or will divide ; also large Room and hatl Room on third floor, and one attic hooin very reasonable rates. 23 Waverley place, Washington square. A GOOD SIZED FRONT ROOM, SUITABLE FOR one or two gentlemen; well lurnished; private faintly; terms moderate ; convenient to cars. 12 Perry street, near Greenwich avenue. A N extra large parlor floor, with front Basement, or choice of Rooms on either door, fur nished, in good neighborhood; double pantries and all modern improvements; cheap. Apply at 107 Macdotigal street A FLOOR OF FIVE LARGE ROOMS. HANDSOMELY furnished, to let to a small family of adults lor light housekeeping; nil conveniences; references ex changed. ,37 West Sixteenth street. 1 SMALL FRONT PARLOR. WITH BEDROOM AD j\ joining, to let: new furniture, paper, painting, Ac.; rent low for the summer. Ztti West thirty-third street. AT NO. 7 CLINTON PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY (West Eighth street).?One or two niceiy furnished Rooms, rent Tery moderate; Boar! if desired; gentle men preferred. ? ? A FAMILY WILL LET TO A PHYSICIAN OK DENT 1st a tarnished extension < r front Room, with u=o of fine Parlors: also handsomely lurnished Rooms, large and small, to gentlemen or gentleman and wile; refer ences. 26 East Twenty-second street. A GENTLEMAN WHO IS GOING TO EUROPE wishes to let his Apartments, flr-t and second floors, or whole House, handsomely furnished; reasonable terms. Address 128 Wast thirty-sixth street Ij'VERY ARTICLE nkw-furmture. bedding, !i carpets, Ac., in the handsomely fiimi-ned front ana back Parlors and nail Bedrooms, with all the modern improvements, at reasonable prices to deeirablepariles; also Floor to let, unfurnished. No- 236 West Twenty, sixth street. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITHOUT Board, at reduc-d prices during summer months, ut 45 West Eighteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avs. IAP.GE, NIC RLE FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR ONE OR J two genUou en; private family; house first class, r.ear Union square; pries low. Call at 133 East Six teenth street. PRIVATE FAMILY HAVINO A FEW ROOMS TO let, lurnished, in suits or separately; house newly painted and turnisned; will let at summer prices. 62 West Eighteenth street. QPLENDID LO( ATION, OPPOSITE BEAUTIFUL vT gardens, 2t West Fourteenth street ?One or two fine Rooms, furnished, separstelv or together; about half price to desirable parties. Ring Professor - bell. TWO OR THREE NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT Rooms to let?f or light hou-ektcplng also parlor Floor, separately or together; also hall r.ooms to let to gentlemen, $2 a week 27t West Nineteenth street. rpo LET-WITHOUT BOARD, TO ONE OR TWO GEN 1 tlemen, a handsome Suit of Rooms, nicely lurnished. newly painted, vuti private bath Ac . on Fourteenth street wlthm a few step, of Deimonico'-. For uartlcu tare address, with reierences, D.. box 2.678 Post office. rro LET?WF.I.L FURNISHED LaRuF. ROOM-'. WITH 1 Beard, suitable for nr or two gentlemen. In a Ger man private boarding hou-e. iw West Mxteenlb street TO LET-aT 124 "East THIRTY-FIRST -STREET. AN elegantlv furnished Apartment lor one or two gen tie men. TO LET-NEATLY FURNISHED rooms FOR housekeeping, good closets; gas included; rent, 95 to 95 50 per week Apply at Sill Uudsor. street. rPO LET?FOR ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN, A VERY 1 coeey. co*l. furnished sitting Room and Bedroom; private Uaih. price moderate, also hail Room; family e reus A S4 tut XweiiiA street KL'RNISIIKU ROOM* AND APARTMEKT8 TO LET, f|10 l.KT-A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AT A VERV low rent, at H74 Eighth avenue. wrond floor. TO LET?FOR HOUSEKEEPING, TWO OR THREE banlsuuivlv lurtuahed Room*; gas. bath, hut and i cold water; rent moderate; huut}v to all west side cars. 32 Weal Forty-uintb ftreet. TO RENT-F tF.XOfl FLAT, NIKE ROOMS. FUR nuhed ; t)r*t class location, near Central Park . par j lor floor and baaetnent; very low to responsible parties L icr the summer or longer- Address C. C. BROOKS, bo* Pa.die New York Post otliec. riuvo Lot ROE FURNISHED ROOMS, EITHER ON first or second floor, in a firat elans bouse, with a pri vate family, to let to two or more gentlemen , references given and reijulteJ. Apply at 15* Wost Twenty-flr*t st (TjO TO $6 81'ITS. ?SITTING AND BEDROOM CON nectin:, furnished lor hoiuckeeplnv: water in rooms: large light wash house, near park uptown. Par ticulars ,9? Broadway, room 9 < l.AROE, NAKD80MF.LY FURNISHED FRONT *T Rooms, without Board, to gentlemen, lor the sum mer. at very moderate terms. 29 last Forty-sixth street, corner Madison avenue. Windsor Hotel block. Til AVENUE. NO. So. OPPOsfTS DELMONIOO'8? ? ) Elegant Suits; a Do single Rooms from $3 to $7 line rooms tor doctors or deiitlsta; reierences. UP.?T1IK NICEST ROOMS IN THE CU V; SIT ?) ting Room, Kitchen and Bedroom connecting, tur nished for housekeeping. CENTRAL APARTMENT MOUSE, Ltl Forty-tourtti street, between Lexington and j and Fourth avenues. (2?"7 FOR VERY PLEASANT LARUE FRONT ROOM. bP I second Moor, furnished; water, gas. bath and closets; suitable tor two gentlemen or light housekeeping. :-26 Fourteenth street, near second avenue. TO VAR1CK PLACE, BETWEEN HOUSTON AND J O Kleccker streets.?To let, nicely furnished Rooms for light housekeeping; bath, gas, hot aad cold water. Seventh avenue cars pass the door. Jg WEST WASHINGTON PLACE.?TWO LARGE j.. . communicating third story Rooms, with gas. wa ter and closets, to let without board, to gentlemen; loca tion delightful; references exchanged. IIQ EAhT TWENTY-FOURTH STREET-TO LET, Jjd two large tront Rooms on second and third floors, furnished, or the entire Second Floor; Breakfast if de sired. or east ninth street.?two vkkv dbsira ble front Rooms to rent furnished, without board; also a Parlor Floor; suitable for a physician; summer prices. f^g EAST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, NEAR MADI uw son avenue. ?Furnished Rooms, without board; large Room on first floor, with private bath; also other Rooms; house completely renovated and newly tur- 1 ntshed; references. 51 SOUTH FIFTH A VENUE.?FURNISHED ROOMS to let to gentlemen; terms moderate. ZO EAST TENTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY c)0 and Cnlversitv place. ?Handsomely furnished Rooms to let to single'gentlemen; house first class; fam ily private. fTl POPLAR STREET, BROOKLYN (WITHIN FIVE I 1 minutes' walk of Fulton rerry).?A largo front neatly turuished Room to lei, to one or two gentlemen. &Q MACDOUOAL STREET.-TO LET, A NEWLY 0 furnished front Room on second floor to one or two gentlemen. References exchanged. gg EAST TENTH STREET.?TWO HANDSOME Rooms, with hot and cold water and bath, at S3 and $7each; private house. I'NFDRililSHED ROOMS AND APART MENTS TO LET, A SECOND FLOOR (FOUR ROOMS) TO LET?S83 Bleecker street; Second Floor, tour or six rooms, 312 West Fourth street; immediate possession; rent low. E1-. A B. T. BURN HAM, 6o9 Hudson street. APARTMENIS TO LET?TO A SMALL FAMILY: rent low. Apply at premises 209 East sixty-second street. A -LOWER PART OF TWO HOUSES TO LET; ? tront and bacx parlors, basement, bedroom and pantry and hall bedroom on second floor in one and large bedroom off ol back parlor In the other; HO and $16. aNo a neut Upper Floor; parlor, kitchen and three light bed noma: gas fixtures, wardrobes, Ac.; $J6 per .. .. ft"- - * month. 13j hast rifty-first street, near Lexington av. Elegant French flat, over equitablf. sav ings Institution, corner Sixth avenue and Twelfth street None but tlrst class parties need apply in the bank. I7IIXE FRENCH FLATS TO LET?WITH ALL IM. ' provements, at a great reduction: In flne condition. 442 West Tliirty-ntth st (ring bell 2 for housekeeper). PRIVATE FAMILY IS DESIROUS OK RENTING, timer unfurnished or furnished, part of first class lour story brown stone house, below cenirnl Park: low rent Address H., box 19.' Herald Uptown Branch office. PART OF A PRIVATE HOUSE IS 316 EAST FOUR teenth street, near Second avenue, to let, fbrnltbed or unfurnished ; reference required. PARI' OF HANDSOME PRIVATE HOUSE-PLEAS unt location, 235 East 110th street, to nice genteel tarailv (two or three only); rent $2J a month; refer tnecs: Harlem boats, cars and Central Park convenient. CJECOND FLOOR TO LET-CORNER HOUSE, 0 either 4 or 7 rooms as desired; ait light; newly painted throughout. No. 402 Fourth avenue, corner of Twenty-eighth street. rro LET.?A PARLOR FLOOR TO LET AT 83 CLIN J tun place, to a party or gentlemen. rro LET?NO. 21 WEST FORTY-FOURTH STREET, 1 third floor.?Three or six Rooms, in first class order; Whole Floor, $.11 per month. rpo LET?THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS, IN 1 all seven rooms; oaths, Ac., together or separate, in private house 160 West Twenty-third street; small re spectable lauiilies ontv need apply at US West Twenty tourth street, tor permits. rpo LET?TWO FRENCH FLATS, NOP. 309 AND 326 X East seventy-ninth street. Apply to E. KIL PATRICK, 2i2 East seventy-seventh street, or on the premises to the janitor. rpo LET?I HAVE FIVE ROOMS TO SPARE ON A X third floor in a high stoop private honse; rent $33, with gas. 317 Wwt Thirtieth street. rpo LET-TWO FIRST CLASS PLATS; EVKttYOON X venleuc". in the flue new buildings on Fourth ave nue, near Thirty-second street. Applv at office of .WOR RELL'S Storage Warehouse, 106 East Thirty-second at. ,rpwu CORNER FLATS TO LET?ON BROADWAY, X near our office; six rooms each; second flat, $60; top flat. $35. TIMPSON A PEET, Broadway, near Forty-fonrth ?L rpwo LARGE ROOMS ON THE SECOND FLOOR, X suitable tor light housekeeping; terms very low. 251 West Twenty-sixth street. 2D AND THIRD FLOORS TO LET. 1,147 BROADWAY, between Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh streets.? Bath, pantries, water closet on floor; tint clasa location. SOUTH FIFTH AVENUE.?SECOND FLOOR TO let (bath and gasi to a small family ; rent moderate. .51 O 4 7 WEST THIRTIETH STREET.-A FLOOR TO OtX I let. In a private house. Inquire of the owner, Who lives oil the premises. QQ 4 SIXTH AVENUE. CORNER TWENTY-FOURTH Oo'-t street. ?Three beautiful F,ats, with stairs and balls oilclothed. and Second Floor at 88 Sixth avenue, inquire ot s. RlcH. 74 .Murray street. SALES AT AUCTION? Art notice.-a choice collection op water color-, fine link engravings AND ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS, WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION, AT THE MATHEWS GALLERY, 47 AND 49 LIBERTY ST.. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE ON THURSDAY. JUNK 18, aT 12 O'CLOCK. DANIeL a. MaTHEWS, Auctioneer. A? $25,000 WORTH OF ELEGANT ? Household Furniture, at public auction, at private mansion 120 West 23d st-.neardth av.. THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, commencing at Hi o'clock. First class Household Furniture, made to order by cel ebrated city makers; l'ier ana Mantel Mirrors, inoquct, Brussels and ingrain Carpets; ' 'bickering rosewood Pianotorte, Oil Paintings, inlaid black walntttand gilded frames; Parlor suits, covered in -atin. leu, Ac.; Cur tains, inlaid Centre laoles, Turkish chairs, Bronzes, gilt Table*, Jardinieres, sr.; Bookcase, Books, Buffets. Library, centre and Extension iablcs; Chairs, solid Siirer Ware, chamber suit, inlaid solid black walnut in wax; Bedsteads, Dressing Cases, Bureaus, spring and hair Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters, Ac.; also basement and kitchen V urnlture. over .300 lots by cntalogue. H. E. MCDONNELL, Auctioneer. * UCTlO.V?THIS DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M? EN -V tire contents ol second baud Furniture .--tore No. 430 East Fifteenth street, consisting of Tables, Chairs, Bu reaus, Mirrors, Carpets, Pictures. Ac. B. KREIZEH, Auctioneer. Auction -sale, THIS Tuesday) MORNING, at 10k o'clock, at the private residence 103 West 2Sth street, one block West ot Broadway, near Sixth avenue. Parlors?Magnificent gilded and carved latest st. le Parlor Milt*. In rich satin brocade and reps; Mirrors, Curtain.-, rosewood "k octave grand patent agratle Pianotorte, Paintings, I aides. Etagcres, Vases, Bronzes. Clocks, velvet. Brussels Carpets, rosewood and walnut Bed-'ea Is, Dressing Cases. Bureaus. VVaslistands. Com modes. Mattresses. Bedding. Library. Dining and Base ment furniture. N. B?strangers wishing to attend thi* tale take Broad way, Sixth or Seventh avenue cars and stop at 28th St.. a short distance from the house. Good* packed and delivered for purchaser*, city or country. J. KRAKMKR, Auctioneer. Auction sale-rain or shine. THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, June 16, _ promptly at 10 o'clock, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, D. CUEK A BROS. PIANO PINE BRONZES, OIL PAINTINGS, Ac. Private residence. 210 WEST 2ISI ST.. NEAR 7TI1 AV. Parlor Suits, in crim-on sutin *nd brocatel; rosewood Piano, marquetry and gilt Centre and Console Tables, French plate Mirrors. Lace Curtains two French Musical Boxes, rosewood F.tazeres with mirror. Cabinet*, French , Clock-, statuary, library end secretaire Bookcases, l> brary Tallies. W ritmg Desk, elegant Turkish Suit, F.asy chairs, Extension table. Buffet. Dining Chairs. Silver ware, Crockery, tour elegant Chamber sets, with Dress ing cases, rosewood and walnut Bedsteads. Bureaus Wardrobes, fine hair and spring Mattresses, Lounges' rep. plu?h and hairclolh suits. Hall stand. Kitchen Fur niture, thirty-one carpets, Ac. Most important sale of the seascu. turniture m excellent order N H ? Take seventh or Eighth avenue car*. HOB Kit T C. CASHIN, Auctioneer. Auction?at the elegant private ^esl deuce S? West )5th st., between 5th and 6th ava. on Tins DaY (Tuesday), June 16. commencing at lO^o clock. Bv order ot M. B. Chapman, E?q., Pianofortes, Brontes. Paintings, Statuary, velvet Carpets. Mirrors, -liver, Ac. Drawing lfooui superb Suits, Grand Duchess Maria An toinette ?t> )e?, covered silk brocade. Murqueterle Cabi net*. labia*. r.ucolgnuros. Etagcres, Secretaire Book case, Paintings by eminent artists, Statuary, Clocks, uiugnitlcent rosewood Pianoforte, celebri'ed city i n,,1'?r;t?,u\'c -*t?ud. rosewood, walnut Bureaus. Bed JJJTJ?*' Wardrobes; Mattresses, Buffet, Extension Table. Chin* ware, Olassware, Cutlery, baaamant, kitchen )ur oitufe JjJ. b.?Parti*t wiabing to attend tnis aai* us# > Mi av. a tag** or Mt at. ears. * AKOUaT UAJttUU, AUUOUar. SALES AT AUCTfOS. A.T Important sale of High Class Paintings, The entire collection of a well known dealer and con noisseur. to close a partnership. ho oil set price All pictures sold without reserve or limit Abo ? fine collection at High Class English aud Belgium Paintings, the direct importation of I'. Uale. Esq., of Philadelphia, Among the artists represented In this sale will be found choice specimens of the lollowtng:? Biers tad t. E. Boddingtou, Schreyer, Cburcb, Kate Uray, Leon Qottpll, Neniig, W. KnelL~ Diaz. Boughton. W. shayer. Cnarlcs Hue, P. Moran, Bolfe, Decrns, T. B. R? ad. Callow, Ssuerfelt, Rothermel, Norland* Van Scbendsl. Casilear, Willis, Tbeo- Olrsrd. H. O. Young, Atkinson. E. Rsbont, V. O. V. Bonfleld. together with II. O. Young's magnificent picture, "The Bosom of the Sierras." The whole to he sold next week, st 12 M., Wednesday, Thursday ana Friday, June 17, 18 and 19. at the Art Gallery, au Liberty street KDWauD SCHEWCK, Auctioneer. Y O. MELL1CK, JR., ? BRO., Auctioneers and dealers tn New Jersey real estatq, No. 6 Pine street New York, will sell at public aucuon. on Til CRSDAY, June 18, 1874, at 12 It., on the premises, 200 choice Building Lots at Botclle, N. J., 43 minutes from New York by the popular Central Rail road oi New Jersey. These lots are handsomely situated, fronting Fifth, Sixth and Washington avenues, and ou an elevation commanding extensive views, in the Immediate vicinity ot dm- improvements, churches, schools and stores anil convenient to three railroad stations Kuselle, favorably known as a peculiarly attractive town, 14 miles troin New York, i miles beyond Elizabeth, is noted for its healihiiiluess and beautv of surroundings. It has tour churches, a fine hotel academy, schools and stores, and no nuisances ot any kind what ever. Snteudld tnuslc bv Grafulla's Seventh regiment band. Luncheon beture'the sale. Special train will leave foot of Libert? street at 11 A. M. Kor iree tickets aud maps apply to the Auctioneers, No. 6 Pine street, New York. Auction sale.?kink oil paintings and mir rors.?A. M. CKISTALEN. Auctioneer. 722 Broad way On THIS DAY, June 16. at lDfc o'clock. Walnut truine Mirror. S2x8ti. Walnut frame pier Mirror. 43x126. Walnut frame Mirror. 60x94. Ollt triune mantel Mirror. 56x66. Ollt tramc pier Mirror, 43x126. Walnut trame Mirror, 50x96 Oil Painting (Rubens), "Consequence ot War." 63x83, superb as a work ot art. Painting, "Joseph bold to the Egyptians," 72x92, faith lully painted. Painting, "Coat ot Joseph Shown to Jacob." equally a.? fine. Painting, "Gracchi Showing Her Jewels," 74x90, the finest in this country. Painting, "Siege of Ancona." Painting, "Death of CiBsar." as a work of art unsur passed. I'he above articles have been removed tor convenience of sale from a private mansion aud will be sold witnout any reservation. connoisseurs and others invited. ADRIAN H. MULLER, AUUlIONEKR. THE PARTITION SALE ol the Lou at HARLEM RIVr.lt HEIGHTS will take place THIS DAY, (TUESDAY, JUNK 161, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange salesroom. No. Ill Broadway, as heretofore advertised. ADRIAN H. MULLER A SON, AUCTIONEERS, No. 7 Pine street^ Auction.?henry zlvn, auctioneer.?rich and elegant Household Furniture, Piano, Ac., on this day, at 10J? o'clock, A. M., residence 21 East 20th street, near Broadway, comprising rich solid rose wood Dressing Cases, Bedsteads, Bureaus, .?e., complete walnut ltedrootn Suits, with liedulug: tine Parlor Suits, Inlaid and gilt, latest style: rosewood Pianoforte. tour round corners; Paintings, Engravings, Mirrors, Clocks, curtains. Carpets. Tables, Wardrobe.-, Lounces, Book cases, Sideboards, Silver and Plaied Ware, Kitchen Uten sils. with winch the sale will commence. All In good condition and made to order. Albert b. waldron. auctioneer. By D. W. IVES. Salesrooms 108 Liberty and 111 Cedar street. Assignee's tale ot superb Household Furniture, on WEDNESDAY, at 11 o'clock, inolufliiw every description ot' Furniture that can be use.l in private residences: al?j Carpets, Bedding, Fancy Clouds, Periumery, Bay Ruin. Cigars. Sale will com mence with second hand goods In basement. Art sale. Now on exhibition at the Clinton Hall Salerooms, Astor place, over Vxj Oil Palatines, Water Colors, En gravings, Ac., to be sold at auction thist l uesdayi evening, June lb, at 8 o'clock. The Messrs. I.KAV1TT, Auctioneers. A J. BLEECKEK. SON A WHITE. AUCTIONEERS. . TO-DAY. June 16. at 12 M., at Exchange Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway, Uraud Boulevard?Two Lots next to Mist street. 130th street?Five Lots near Mrand Boulevard. 131st street?"lhrea Lots, 230 leet east ot twelfth avenue. 131st street?Two Lots, between Fifth snd .-ixth avs. B Y EDWARD BCHENCK, AUCTIONEER. Large Furniture Trade Sale. EDWARD W. BAXTER A CO.. at their warerooms, 200 and 202 Canal street, THIS DAY, June 10, and TO-MORROW, June 17, will sell without reserve their large rarplui stock or Furnltnre, consisting In part of 1000 walnut Bedsteads. 1,000 walnut Bureaus. 500 walnut Dressing Cases. t 1,000 enamelled Chamber Suits, and the usual variety heretofore offered at their previous trade sales. BY S. W. DAUOHY. AUCTIONEER. TREVKTT, FAVOR A CO. sells this day, at 2 o'clock, at 13 East Uth St., a general assortment of new and second hand Furniture, Ac., con sisting tn part ot black walnut Library Full in leather, black walnut Parlor Suits, black walnut Chamber Suits; library aud other Tables, black waiiiul and marble top Dressing Bureaus, Washstunds, Wardrobes, ball and other Chairs: one upright rosewood Piano, Showcase. Ac.: pier and other Mirrors, till Paintings, Cromos and Engravings; velvet, Brussels and ingrain Carpets; din ing room and kitchen Furniture. BY JOHN A. DUNN, AUCTIONEER.?MORTGAGE sale?Will sell on Thursday. June 18, at lt)>? o'clock, a large varietv ot Furniture, now on storage at llaeger's warehouses. No. 3'*) West Thirty-fourth street, consisting ota general assortment of all kinus and descriptions. Further particulars hereafter. JAMK8 BLaCK. Attorney lor Mortgagee. BY VIRTUE OK A.N EXECUTION I WILL SELL, AT public auction, at II o'clock in the torencon, at 1.281 Broadway, June Id. the Contents ot an ice ereaat saloon, consisting of Tables, Oas Fix tut is, t'outliers. Ac. JOHN Ml DONOUOH, Marshal. Bowk a hillikk, auctioneers.-marhhal's sale this day. at II o'clock, at corner ot Eighth street and University place, one team of Horses, about 15', hands high. .1 >sl.i'll I'lllLLII'S, Marshal. Henry d, miner, auctioneer, late Henry H. Leeds A Miner, established 1847. I Salesroom, No. 104 Duaiio street, near Broadway. THIS DAY (TUESDAY). JUNE, 16, ? - ... o'clock, at the private residence No. US West Twenty-ninth street, between Sixth and I Seventh avenues. EXECUTOR'S SALE. Oenteel Household Furniture, velvet, Brussels and in I grain Carpets: Parlor Suits, in hair cloth: marble top i Centre and side lables, gilt trame Mirrors, mahogany . Bedsteads. Bureaus, Wash stand* aud Commodes, Rock* j ers, Hall stand. Mantel Ornament*, Crockery, Olass I ware. Kitchen Utensils. Ac. Bv order of the Executor. Henry fkltman. auctioneer, sells this dav, in lots, at 10FJ o clock, at No. 157 sixth avenue, entire took, with tine Fixmres, of that large llat, tap and Fur store. For. FALK-tT CLINTON llALL. FROM TIIURS day June 18. to 23d. a large collection ot curious Antiques, vli.Church Belies, Ancient Pottery, Armor, Meerschaum Pipes. Watches, Snuff Boxes, Inkstands, Painting*. Engraving*. Ac. Exhibition from Tuesday, June 16, till end of *aie. okorgk LEAVITT A CO., Auctioneers. HK NRY B. HERTS, AUCTIONEER. ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ROSEWOOD PIANO, FINE BRONZES, CLOCKS. VASES, PICTURES. AC., ON WEDNESDAY, JUNK 17. AT 10)< OCLOCK, AT NO, .326 WEST FOB 1 Y.8IXTH STREET, BETWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH AVENUBS, comprising the entire eiegant Furniture of the house, all ot which was made to order, regurdless of cost, and only a tew month* In use. ottering a rare opportunity to parties lu want ot really tine Furniture, the sale being without reserve, as owner leaves the cltv. THE PARLORS CONTAIN handsome Axmlnster Carpets, Parlor Suits, in rebs and satin, very rich lace ami tanestry Curtains, rosewood Piano, fine Clock*. Bronzes. Mutuary. Paintings, Centre, Bide and Card Tobies, Jardinieres, hasv chairs, Ac. DIM NO ROOM. Rmssels Carpet. Dining suit, in morocco; walnut Side board. Extension and .-idc I able*. China, Glasa and Stiver Ware; Cutlery. Paintings, Engravings, Ac. CHAMBERS CONTAIN mosaic solid walnut Bedsteads, Dressing Cases. Chlmo til'res. Wardrobes. Bureaus fine hair and soring Mat tresses. fine bedding. English Brussels Carpets, cur tains, Cornices. Lambrequin*. Turklati Lounges ana Chairs, Mirror*, Pictures. Ac. LIBRARY. . Fine Bookcase*. Library Table, Clocks, Bronaea, Statu urv. Ac., together with the Kitchen Ltensile, with which the sale will commence NOTICE-1 be nousa will bo opso for Inspection, by permit only, on Tue?day. trom Hi uil 6. Catalogues and germMi can be had at we e?et ef Aiteueneer, 04 freed* SAL.KM AT AVCTIOIV. IS. WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER. sKLLH TIIII . day (Tuesday), June Hi. ul lnl^ o'clock, at 1 How try. tor ac count til whom It may concern. 1 cask *X3 cal Ions) Rhine Wine and a large assortment of Wine* Liquor*. cigar* ami Mimking Totiacco, general mereiiau disc, tine velvet HrusM'U ami ingrain Carpet*; Curtains Furniture, t haudeliers, new Clothing, Hats and Cans Hoota and stioca, Hosiery, Yankee Notions, Shirt* Drawers. Ac. J EKE JOHNSON, JR., AUCTIONEER. General salesroom. 37 Nassau street. Heal Estate department. 21 l'ark r,.W. THIS DAY AT 11 O'CLOCK, at Hie salesroom, 37 Nassau street. continuation ?ale of FINE JEWELRY DIAMONDS, GOLD WATCHES. CHAINS. IKINKET8. AO. ON WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, by order ol the assignee, C. T. Ilalnbridge, ; at the store ol Rose A Co., 57 Cedar street, an Immense stock of stationery. Presses, Ac., Ae. ON TIU'RSDAY AND FRIDAY, at store 37 Nassau street, Flue Oil I'aintings. Now on exhibition. Jr. TSAYXt, AUCTIONEER,?MARSHAL'S MALE . on Wednesday. Juue 17. at IOC, o'clock, at37 and H Creat Jone? street uy virtue of an execution.?A verv larke and first class assortment ol ladies', children's ami Imams' Fancy tloods, Yankee Notions, Human Hair, Ac., viz.Hitman Hair Switches, llraids, Curls, Chig non*. Putts, Rolls; imported Hair Goods in great variety; large lot ot Veiling, Laee Veils, bias and other Knngss. Muck and white; Lace Collars ami Collarettes and ladies' ?ts; linen Cuffs and Collars. Fans. Nightcaps Unifies, rubhor Hibs, thnged Veils, infants' Waists, black silk Fringe, silk Nets, iec und straw Millinery, Orna meiils. Head Pins. Loom insertion, 'tidies. Aprons, Tape, Elastic. Braid. Funs, silk Fringe, 40 gross imported Wax Matches, sample Trunks, 15 dozen eirve l tlundker chief and ..love Hoxes. Purses, Ac., with u large lot ol other goods too numerous to mention. A. H. CLARK, Marshal. J- p. tkavf.u, AUCTIONEER, . will sell this day. at II),1, o'clock, at 57 and 59 Great Jones atreet. Parlor Suits, Brussels and other Carpets, elegant silk brocatel curtains. .Mirrors, Clocks, Piano. Pictures, Tables. < hairs. Wardrobes. Bureaus, walnut and other Bedsteads, Washstnnds, Mattresses, PiPows, Solas, extension tables, marble top walnut Sideboard, KM wood Chairs, t ooklng Ranges, crockery, Ulasswure, Counter, Glass Case, Desks, elegant marble Hod a Foun tain. Icebox. Ac., Ac. _____ JAMES M. FORD, AUCTIONEER.?EMBRACED IN the large sale of Furniture at two o'clock, this day, nt 76 Third avenue, will be toiind lour Parlor suits, twfl line walnut frame Mirrors, Console Tables and Commodes, three Wardrobes, Parlor sola, Beds, tine Be I steads. Bureaus und Washstunds in walnut, with insrble tops; fine hair Mattresses, as good as new. At3:3J?Fifty rich velvet, Axminster and Ottoman Carpets. Oilcloths. Mat ting, Ac.; Cottage Suits, china, Ulass and Cutlerv Wire, together with an innumerable quantity of article! for housekeepers and others too numerous to mention. J^EWIS E. WOOD, AUCTIONEER, office at the Exchange Salesroom, No. 79 Montgomery street, Jersey city. Peremptory sale of 200 1-ots, Plots and Shore Front and the Homestead of Kras'Us Kundull, Esq., nt Bavoune. N. J., on the line of Central Railroad of New Jersey: 29 minutes from loot ot Liberty street. New York; 56 train* per <iay? On WEDNESDAY. June 17, 1874. at 2 o'clock P. M.. sharp, rain or shine, on the premises. Terms;?Ten per cent and auction fee* on the day o< sale; 20 per cent in 30 days trom sale; the balance. To pel cent, oil bond and mortgage tor 3years. l.unch beiore the stie. Excursion train, by Central Rnllroad of New Jersey, from toot of Liberty street. New Yore, at 1 o'clock P. M., prompt. For maps, free passes, and all information, apply to Mr. E. RANDALL, on the property; or Mr. CHAS. W. WARD, Real Estate Broker, No. v7 Cedar street. New York; or LEW'IB E. WOOD, Auctioneer, No. 79 Mont gomery street, Jersey City. MORTGAOE SALE.?ED. PKTTEXOER, AUCTION cer, by SMITH A BOG ART, Wednesday, June 17. at 11 o'clock, at the auction rooms No. 1 North William sircet, lurge assortment ol Household Furniture, Carpets, Mirrors Ac. Q H. PIER80N, AUCTIONEER?NO. 6 PINE STREET, New York.?Beautifhl Belmont, on the Passalo, 2iKJ magnificent Villa Plots ut peremptory auction sale, Wednesday, June 17, 1874, at 12:3(1 P. M., on the premises, by order of Jsmes W. Elliot. Esq. This property is on the Passaic River, opposite the city of Belleville, only 41) minutes troin New York bv Erie Railway ; unsurpassed for hoaltliHilnes* ot location und beauty of scenery ? 'roiii every lot can lie had a delightful view of tha Passaic Val ley, the orange Mountains. New York, Jersey Ult.v, Statan Island, Newark. Elizabeth, Ac. It will be sold ou terms Advantageous to the buver; title Indisputable. Special train irom to>t of Chambers street at 11:30 A. 51. aud Twentv-tnird street at 11:1.% stopping at Newark, Music, collation on ground. Passes, maps, Ac., ot the auction eer, O. H. PltRSOS, No. 5 Plue street. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?WATCHES AND JEW etrv. Titos. Med RATH, Auctioneer, 133 Chatham street, will sell, this day at 11 o'clock, 500 lots _ . Gold and Silver Watches und Diamond end Gold Jew elry, lungs, Pins, Earrings, chains, Ac.; also Guns, Pis tols. Musical Instruments, tools, Ac. Bv order M. Levy, Graud street. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?JAMES AGAR. AUCTION eer, will sell this day, at salesroom.W New Bowery auil No. l) Oliver street, 500 Lots Dresses, shawls. Spreads, Tabic Linen, Sheets, Underclothing, Ac.; also a large lot ot German leather Boos and I'iUow*. By order of at. Bruckheimer, Williamsburg. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?K. FIELD, GENERALi Auctioneer, salesroom No. 89 Bowery, will sell this (lav, at II o'clock, 5tW lots Men's and Women's Clothing, Dresses, .-liawls. Remnants, Underclothing, Quilts, Blanket. Bedding, Boots, shoes. Ac.: also Coats, cunts and Vesta. By order Mrs. Fuilan, West Thirty-ninth st. RV. OARRETTSON, AUCTIONEER. ? 1IAVE A ' *). will sell, Thursday, June 18, at U o'clock, all the fixtures, Furniture, Ac., of the Ashorr Life lnsurunce Co , 805 Broadway, corner of Eleventh si SHERIFF'S SALE OF HORSES, AC. O S. HERMAN, sherilFs Auctioneer. By virtue of several executions J will sell this day, Tuesday, June 10. at lu o'clock sharp, at McFeck A Brother's stab'cs. No. 15d East Fiftieth street, near Third avenue, two tine roan Horses, Ac. Sale positive. B. Usllumn, Deputy. WM. C. OoNNLR, sheriff. s~ HKRIFK'S SALE OF HORSES. TRUCKS, CAB IS, Hurness, Ac.?S. HERMAN, Sheriff's und General Auctioneer, will sell this day (Tuesday). June 10, at 11% o'clock, in trout ot the salesroom. No. 13 ilowery, two flue Horses. one Truck, one Cart, two sets ot Harness, Blankets. Whips, Ac.; also one due light Road Wagon; sale positive. M. T. BRlNNan, late BbertO. W*. H. Carroll, Deputy. SHERIFF'S SALE.?BV VIRTUE OF SEVERAL WRITS O of execution, to me directed and delivered, I will expose to sale at public vendue, on Tuesday, the 16th day ot June, 1874. at 11 o'clock in ilie lore noon, at the vesti bule of the City Mull, all the right, title and interest of Auron Bower in tho t'eritllcute ot Membership in the New York Produce Exchange, which he had on ihe 24th day or .\prit, 1874, or any time afterwards in the above named Stocx or Membership. WlLi.IAM C'. CONNER, Sheriff. Bernabo Maouirb, Deputy .sheriff. Dated New York, June 9, 1874. TWOS. GAFFNEY, AUCTIONEER, OFFICE 114 EAST broadway, will positively sell this day, at 10 o'clock, in one or more lots, the Block and fixtures of the ueatly tltted up Grocery nnJ Liquor store 318 Monroe street; an excellent Bar, Boer Pumps, Kegs, large Ice Cnett, Glass Case, Ac. WEEKS A CRISSV, AUCTION EE KS.?CLOSING OUT executor's su e of 92 choice Lots (92), situated on DeMottc an t CourllunU streets, Perren woo l avenue and Paterson plank roud,at west ILbiseu an I North Ber gen, Muds,,ii county, N. J., on Wednes lay. June 17. 1874, at 2o'clo k P. M , on the ground. Term o: tale?10per cent an I auctioneer's lee ondnvof sale; lu percent 3 ? days thereuiier; 10 pi r cent 90 davs tmmduyof sale, and 70 per eeut on howl ana mortgage for live years, sale ab solute , rain or shine. For maps and particulars apply at tue otHce ot the auctioneers. nop WARD?IC5T1I STREET -AIISOLUTE SALE OF 15 valuable Lots ami Hoii-e at auction, on the prem ises. OLIVER BRYAN will sell Tuesday next, 16th, at 12 M., above Propertvon Tin ton avenue. Wall and George streets, oeiween Forest and Ui-ion avenues, near Triiiit' ehurcti and residence of Hon. William Caldwell. Terma liberal. OEMISTKY. Absolutely painless. -t f.tii extracted; fresh gas dully; Combina'ioii sets, extremely light and durable: Rubber Sets, *10. 216 Sixth avenue, be tween Fourteenth and Filtceuth streets. Established 24 years. Dr. L. BEKHarD. A FULL SET, $5. *s: CONTINUOUS GUM TEETH, $10; single, jl; warranted. Extracting, with Gas. AJceuts. Silver Fillings, 5)cents. Examine specimens. 262 sixth avenue. Established 1851. Remember, 262. CLDTIIING. AT B. MINTZ'S, 248 THIRD AVENUE, BETWEEN Twentieth and Twentv-rtrst streets?Ladies and gen tlemen can receive the utmost value in cash tor Cast-off A1 Clothing, CurpeLs. Jewelry, Laces. Orders by mall punc tually attended to bv Mr. or Mrs. M1NTZ. Brooklyn or ders attended. TTENTION1?HAVING RECEIVED VERY LARGE orders iroin inv agents lor Wearing Apparel. Car pets, Furniture, Ac.', it compels me io nay the following pricesFor Dresses. $9 to $s.; lor CoaLs, $2 to $.0: lor l'unts. $1 to $7. Bv calling on or addressing Mr. or Mrs. ROShNBKRG, No". 246 Wove nth avenue (second house abovo Twenty-fourth s'.reet. you will be liberally dealt with. Ar 297 THIRD AVKNl'H. NEAR TWENTY-THIRD street?LEON pavs highest cash prices for lad lea' and gentlemen's cast-off Clothing, Curpats, Ac. Ladies are waited on by Mrs. Leon. At m mark."' wfli. known rstablisiimenr lol sixth avenue, opposite i lgh'h street, ladies and gentlemen can receive the utmost value In cash lor their Cast-off clothing. Carpets, Jewelry, Luces, Ac. Pie ,-e call at or address the number as above. Lauies waited on by Mrs. Marks. Please try and satisfy yourselves. Orders to Brooklyn promptly atteuJed to. CTLOTHISG.-H. HERZ, 833 BROADWAY, NEAR J Thirteenth street, pays the highest price lor Ladles' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel. Note by mall will be promptly attended to. A. .MEDICAL. ?MME. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN. RESIDENCE 114 hast Tenth street, near Third avenue. Am. mauriceaU, m. d.. office 129 liberty street, near Greenwich street. A?DK and mME. GRINDLE.-ALL COMPLaINU < gfl years practice) 120 West Twenty-sixth street. A -MME. Van BUSK IRK. pHYHICIAN, 154 hASI ? Twenty eighth st., between 3d and laixlugtou avs A -MME. REST ELL, PHYSICIAN SINCE 184a ^ NO. ? l hast Fifty'tcood itreet, tifit door tfoio FHI" A -MME. IHL.?ALL COMPLAINTS CUBED. Nu. <07 . l ast Forty .ninth street. nONSULT DR. OR MME. WEST.?ALL COMPLAINT* cur?d; advice Iree. 44 Bleecker st.. uear Broadway. DR. KINO'S OLD OFFICE-NO. < AMI*! STMKT, bear Broadway. Goxaultauex ifee.