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French Pattern Eonncu. Opening ?i* eaae* new chip liau to a!I the new shapes l adies', Misses' and Boys' Lata at popular pin es. All the new shades in plain figured and curded Silk*. Bat Hashes, new syle*. In >i!k headed worsted aud dium Trimming*. T RIBBUNK, * ?Very tli ule hi.<1 color, below wholesale prices. Wlgarta Kibbon* cheap. f TK1MMINUS ^ The largest stork of Trimmings in New York Opening, 10,000 very rich Imported Tie* at sue. f* FLOWERS. ) 4 0 The largest and finest auortment ol French Klowers to be tound in the city. Four Inch heavy all silk Ribtous, ail colors, 2V.'. yard. J 81 Lit TIE8. Five inch Windsor Ties, 15c. Seven inch Windsor fie*, 26c. ^FARABUL<J Colored and while lsce Ties. White lilk brocade Tiea, ac. to 11 75 Large assortment ol imported bilk 1 ml relia* and Parasols. Bargains in Yak, Empire, Thread and Val Laces cheap. >,200 dozen Ladiea' and Gents' AJueu IminUercliiria, loc to We. M,000 yards Harofcnrsr Embroideries trorn an tlon. 3c. to $1 .W yard. 1 IIAMBI'RGS. f I (Mir Nihwon two-button | KiJ Glove, every pair warranted; | | givo a new oair if they teur. 75c. ! u *""??? *? udei wear very low. J^?ain? in linen Towel*. Bargains is Hosiery *Jania*ks and .Napkin*. WILLIAM kl.VZEY, corner Ninth street. Muslins and Piques cheap. 7?i7 and 769 Broadway, H. una r I'lll M MA RRR DDD ? lit' I' 11 L MM MM A A K HD I) kl til' 1? 11 L MM M M A A K R U O t' 1111. M M M M A A R R D ? U 1 111. M M M M A A RRR D U U I II I. M MM M AAA R RD ? CO. U lilt. M M M M A A R R 1) * G U U II I. M UGO CLU II I ULM Trrrr ooo hrr th t o <? K it X G U R R T O (> K R l'OU RRR T 0 O R R T O <> R R T I) O It R * OOO ?88-> ft 8 ? a asm *KSh M II EEEEK l.L LLL LLLLL COOD8, ccnatstlng of .Se<-klsces, Brea.tpins. Tarring*. Chate laine*. Back t'oniha nl. kinds), Hrn-he*. Portemonnaie*. IVture Iranu-H. 'Collet Looking (?lojet. Locke:*. sleeve Buttons Bracelets, Ac . Ac. Ail me above articles are asade witii the Imst ntieil and new pattern* Goods manufactured to order and repairing done. ML'MAN HAIR. ? A large assortment ol luviaibies or Tup lleces. ^erv etylwh, for toung lailie*. i'litse Invlkinlr* are made with the leal Patent llair Lac*, and natural ?st?r*va\e aud curl and iu*Tauilv uiake Uie lady look iieeuliftiL Long Hatr ^witclics. all the extra colors, and real aataral Curl*. Large stoe? of Perfumery and T.,ilet Article*. ? SI sad ssi Br >adwar. and 61 aud .'jV La>t imnrcull! sue 1. H AMBURGS KTD pteres at Idc. par yard, worth IV. L*? pieces at 15c. |wr yard. Worth -lie. LJb> nieeesat 2ic. per vard. worth 26'-. I tkf P?9C?? at 2.W t?-i varU. worth. 40.'. 1.1100 pinoatX per yant. wortn <5^. auu pieces at Tie. p?r yard, worth $1 For the oonvenienfe ol ru>i< m'r< lines of these goo i* srr arranged ub table iu econd .Scctiou. first floor. Al*o ??ttln-rhnm I-ace rurtalns. $1 Hi p. r pair Cuipuro Lace curtain*. 5 50 per patr Soutbou. Lace tJariain*. SWperpsir ?peeial attention civ?n to ma- I ig Fnrnitnre Slip ('or ?ra Kit in irairee I aod ru tfrial u> i>el?ct froir. at all pr.ces ironi Z5c to $1 25per tard. W in low shade* ?ng I.amoreijuin? made to order aud ?aretully put up Table and Piano rover* In great variety. Tabic Cor am Iron t' H . Piano ? over* rrom to. Linens aud l)oa<ekecpi!tg Dry Vuodi ^peeial Bar.'aina J i Elea.-i '<1 Ditma>k. fiftc per vsr<t. It El*a<:hrd I>am**k, *>r n* j|. t-4 Barn?l. y bms<k at |1 .5 M While Napkins. O per Jozen. K Whl'.e Kapkln? flferdozrx Tea Doili** at |l -i |t ,"i anu t Fruit Doillf. ?t ti |*r d.iz^n *0 inch an xeli ai d ldO :ocb goo' ? TP? ?Jam,- - '* M Pbaetiijfs at Ratra heavy Un*f:, .uches wide, at >ic. per yam. w?>o?l familr Llaen atS"c pe'trard **',a ?ft ng fumilv Linen at ?Jc per yard. r ick Towel* at 91 W i?er dozen. Hock Towel* -lsm.uk border ?> per dosen. |1 4 Kamiaer Uu its frutn $1 < a>:h Marseille* quilt* ironi %. V) eacb. La? * T1 die* iron. I'jr. each. Linen Lap Kobe* fr?ui $3 75 each. Also French, G? rman ?terteh and Irt*h liner. Tables loth* ol ail guahti's *ith Napkins u> niatcii at very tow price* bMwia at Popular Prices, While ^hecsnd Shawls, from $1 00 ?s'oman an . I D' v shawl*, froiu I 00 ?trvfied i lialle .siia*ie. iron 2M While Grenadine HiawU. from I on Faney Berlin sbawf*. from 1 til BAa-'k < aslimere -hswi- inn IK1 ?lac* emtir. id?red ahiwls. rom IW Irm hi- *nnarei sii?wl*. from .. fi 'M Camels' hair imitation; Miiawls. irota . la JU Three <??*?* real Imlia camals' hair shawia at *ery ?orli He low usual price* On sec^n I (loo.* head ot staircase. IX?RI> ? TATf^>R Broadway and Twentieth *treet c tout AND ft. K III h BARGAINS IN LADIKA' CN irwear.?*? K^at Ninth street, opposite etewart'* H I'M A N HAII RBRRRR M U A A II R R ? H A A UK K S H A A II It II HHBHIIB A A II RKRRRR h H A A AAA IIK R N h A A II * R H >14 A II R R H HA A II R R OOOD*. I. sua a. *?# Boo rv vnrMr oi fourth iiritt T?,r itrcr.1 ?:? k u"l ilu run Ifair Ooo!? ?i> IN < I f. fK anl* h..?aa in thi# city w.irre * I ft oiurc c.?i rctaiivd ?i whole ?,<? t>rn ?*. S.?tiai?< no-, iruaran Wtl In ttcrr ir *<hx1- r* uroabie Al the latcit ?**!>? "i i m(Turr? in !.?? '1 in large Viirn-iy An ?i< vant >lt ?( Invunblra, v?r* atvlialfc jnat ttcrivca Iruni Par ? ?ntl omtaallr made to ordaj-. P!H' r. I.I.-I ^ MI'iRI DAI* Sr* it< li?? S"c ii, I npw.ir 1 Hb' i quality Hair .?* ,tc: sui-Iu M)? D1 E0. W ilu I??? Ii>nr ? <>*. w?lsM. ??} O mi t.p-:nn. lot wifiit. ? M Mhri i.ii.- ? hi ?#?shl * BiU'.l.x lull/ 1 oi. W-.-1.1 nt 13 MHvM P a T h N T IIAH4 dWITCIIK*. LO>Q si ? LR <;i, f!I.-. n4tur.il curly. If >K?< I. I. 51. 2: .nel>. I! . 24 II.ch. t- so. 2#-iuc*. $4. I i !/??;??? .he , aii 1 $ ii?r /*r4. OR \Y I1AIH A tifl i IALTY. hr?m h murk, m -ixih *fe.nc?. feciwirn Tw?ntv Urn ami I wrnif-Ki .uj itrte'S, op "a r?. I.a li?* own Hair ina.le ov-t in latent ?t*'.?i ? ?milling". iuad? u, 2V milSr ^?r utin. <? <r ous n?r.i t.i al. Hi' -ta'?*. ?hm i rrpai-1. *rr* rf all ?ktri'i, ur O. U with pmil?xe of riMtlMlioa. DONT ( vKKWHAT AlTKODY HATH?I'M tlOlffl Ui^l.a*! Hiutd atreit, oip.xltr " art ? to bay ? v ? ii't<TK?rn.'iil?. X'ICt.LLBKT HUM'!* a !? CQBHrilKA, J?C, AND at 82 i a-* N ,i'i ?' ? . nppoattc Mfewart't. Mi.Ai.M RARO.M* PARAMO. illiKT* Mail' toorier r.l best mater il? ani wurran'M to (!?. ?tr.tiij'<!* r-n, ( i. b , to ;??y part of the i ountrr. at ih<- i ilownt* p'irf* ? f gbiru. Jt^r.nv.lir .nu.iiii ami fit? tmftn tu 00 f SI, ; ??. " ? IsA I'.I < ii. nihil ami *?. y tnc iim n I ! *.'! ? Rhlrts >f? \i?r?. Hi .? irillxst lin^n ij (W 0nf .-.'iri--, it* I- ma le an l to or.ior. ?aii<-y -liirUun in (ifat vtnrty Diif tioui !vr in'.. ?i?iemania n.t on apii',! ??,, n K CiUHliM ?k|m 1 Iflliut anJ !?ln?lfenih vre?t. New Yof*. I'lhD TJIK r.'.AI K~*l Ki"T MNTH StRRRr. fir r poalte \'.iari'?. JLMtc* tnder?car al ?h..?t?a:e prlMA 8T, TATI.OH, 9M BROAI?W*T, IMPORTBR or . Krro. Ii i.i'.rr.ala A0<1 l-a?lil??? Doplte*le? ol 'h#?a r. ..Ir? wl'l b. i.i "a m?Mur* wairaoiifift o.a ?,.,?? ii.rif.'i ??<! cracrfttt attlnn lltailqna 'ar? i .r in liiiKLii n a 4 T I.ii lor'?'nailieiriaflr^, gy?iaiu r?l in?*# fci.ttin* OttV * of hf miipi r>?A ji.uruaia, 'l.? Hon Tou, ' *L? M*ti> '? ?uti Jtt\UA '? siwla.' OH V GOOOH. N EE EE H X. 1> II I. L 11 L 1. L ? L L L isN KKEE U LI.LI. LLLL S'/7 and 329 sixth avenue. will open Monday, May J, llUUKDW Stock of Straw Goods. rtiip rial* in nil shap. s. in 1.1*. it, white, pray, brown anil ili? Kcru tints, from $1 25 to $4X5 each: large as sortment ol lino Milan Hat* and Bonnets; Misses t>cbool Hut* iu lurge variety at very low prior*. OUR TRIMMED H IS, lor elegance of shape and richness of trimming, can not bo surpassed. The great increase ol *>ur business over all oilier houses in the millinery Ira.le attests our superiority. FtRRR IT BBBB BBBB OOO N* V DSSS? K HUB B B BO O ?S N S 8 KKIIB BB BO O N N N 8 H R R II B H B BO O X N H 8 KRJt II BBBB BBBB O O N N N SSS K K II H B B BO ON N N KKIIB BB BO ONNNS S R R II II B B BO ONNNS 8 R R II BBBB BBBB OOO N NN SSS Fine Mack tiros Orain Ribbons. Nos. 12 and 16 at 25c. All the new spring shade*. Nus. 9, 12, 16 and 22, at equally low prices. Sash Ribbons. 7, 8 and 9 Inches, in all shades. Ladies' Tics. The lamest retail assortment lr. the city. flowers, Feathers, Wreaths, Montures, Garland (, in end'.eas variety. Lace Department Large assortment of new and exquisite designs in made-up Lace articles, Sleevelets Jackets. Ac., Ac. It u (flings at ail prices. h~.$rofdertss. Great variety of patterns at very low priccs. KID GLOVES. KIH GLOVES. KIO GLOVES. KM) GLOVES. KID GLOVES, Kll) GLOVKS. KID GLOVES. KID OLOVKS. KID GLOVES. KID (; LOVES. KID GLOVES. KID GLOVES. KID OLOVES. KID GLOVKS. KID OLOVES. KID GLOVKS. Choice Assortment nt Kid Gloves, in all the new spring shades; also opera colors, two, tbree and Ave buttons. Misses', Children's and Infants' Dresses in all the latest designs. O'NEILL'S. 327 and 329 Sixth avenue, and 103 West iUth st. ^ W W W WW W W W w w w w w w w w www ww ww VV VV w w MM MM cc SSS OOO RRR L EEE T MM M M c C S 8 0 OK R L M M M M c S O OK K L MM MMccS O OK RL M >1 M M cc SS* O O RRR L M MM M SO OK 11 L MMM SO OK K L .VMM 8 S O O K R L MMM 883 OOO K R LLL EKE 245 Grand street, near Bowery. .Attractive and special sale of Dress Ooods. Immense bargains this week. 8 eases corded Poplins, new sha les, 20c. S ease* gray Vigous Minings a>.\ in ease* plain and plaid ^ilk. Japanese at 37','c. ?leases Lynns .-Ilk Poplin* new shades at 78c. 5 ea?es silk Pongee*. steels and browns, at 50c. per rard. Trie above are all this seasons goods and one-ball their value a call aim examination ol the stock will con vince the most *cepticaL Mourning Gontls. Tht< department Is complete with e\erv make of poods for mourning. ttand? uie Oape Clolti, 44 inches wide. 37S.O., worth iS2)*c. SOU pieces black Alpaca. 28c., worth 35c. Extra quality, r? yards wide, black Cashmere, at 75c , worth $1 '.'5. Ah ttie h-tt?r qualities In standard goods at equally low price*. Silks. Siiax Black Silas at $1. Extra quality pros grain. SI 25 St 50. r.;ac* >iis. ' ?iihiiiere hnish. troin 91 78 to $2 SO Plaiu am striped .-ilKs, 76c., nic. and S?ie. Tr" keep none but the l>est makes In silk*. The stock is . <rue and setecu-d with great care and the prices we guarantee to be as low as any bouse In the trade. Suits and ^acqnea Great bargains in ladies' ready-made ?nlu. ra.tnu suits at !? ?? tluin <. <?rt n| He iiltllU! Suite at $* $PT and $11 Hu h ftn^r suits at $15. $!* and $20 * ??"*. "Um -s"* and "I1'""1 s"k Kuits from $?0 to ?'2.\ Cash mere -aenues and Jackets fsorn $7 to $?i M AL1.LK A Mc-ORLtV, 245 t.rand street Ar YY 886 S T 8 S? "m a\ cf rvcc \ "MM* A A c T * ? ? M M M M 1 A ( \VT \ M M M M AA A A ?V ' M Mil MA , f . ? ?u If 12 II * A C CJ ' J 4 yccc T 8869 ? ACTS Plral rrlxt Premium 8I10E8 PSS.3 H li OOO EEEEE fMS S 8 1! 11 O '' K S S M li H O O K h 88*8 HHUUH O 0 EKE 88S8 s II II o OB 8 8 S li H '? 0 E 8 8 ... R?<!8 H II OOO EEEEK SS88 ... MA'"> Per^ce' fit Ever* pair waflHltd 8HOER MAi'V - *oi ?itenuittc w itlmut the itartip 8BOE8 mm'V - ; ti ? m.inufiicturera, f-iioEtf MA V1 J C JEN NETI t BARNARD. KMOBB Ma? ? < Ladlea Mia*e? rnJ Childrtn'a fcllOBB Ma< i i Skoaa -t popular pricea at laat nllOEtl M M A <CC T T ?" 8888 MM V.M AA C C T * " h 8 MM M it AA C TT *8 M M M M AAA C YT 88M M ?l M M A A C Y M M M M A A ?' C T 8 - M M M A A CCO 1 BnSS OKA.NO CRNTRaE 7--TABLISHMEWE PARa-o: -i AM food! at ihPI'LaB STRAW OOOD8 IV R l.LtS l-KM ?. FLOWER* ISM itl.i.L VH "penins Oil* ?t?k IfltBMft M,l)*K^ nHADt -i afftf of 1'renrb Fancy W ir<v Fs.A III h tth MmsIEKY <>ilt Bomfil < Din* Oixidt, RIBBON-i EMBBOIDKB1E Ma ollca. Parian and TIER I. x'l.n fio'v China ol H0M1R8 H A N HKRRCH IF.FS Mil .urn ? < OMlnnd'g PERTl WE.-I H sNDhEKi liltl* in i Wfdgewqqd'a PrKllMKS ?r?TL!-> t*rt m?nuta<Urf JI.Whl.KY Rt Kr I IN.i> The pr:< e? are aMMtahltifl.' low f'A\* 0 'I.I.AK* Oar TltlCa ot CfcaUTS. ornRA OI tHKH coi ears or, r.A i,i.a.-?f^ <M>KM Tob?. r nil. Tin, Iron. ola?? and STATIONERY W MITE !? iw|i~ Wo<?l?n V* .re and I9?u?eteep RooKR WHI TR i.nulls ing and i>>ii?-furni<h:ii( B<>OKH UKKHil UMiim immuttly enm- COMffCrinHElf H.OlH.f [Sen ind cb< ap. FKKHKRVRH iRtMMIMiS to ai?t tb? require meaM of Wie Pl< k; hs NOTION* Mtinon OBOCEfUBS WoRSTROtt Oi r Oenta l?u!ie? Hi! (InMrrn'i >ILVEB KID ULOVE"4 h urnialiiiiK |? "Kl. including dAKIi.VAKK I.1 EE Ol.oVr# Ea< e HliaWa -,?cki, <1 rL'hf El -Lh ni oVKf Ki.1 Olovai, CCTLERT S11. K QliOTU Mlltlnerv Cooda an.) rot Ion I A l.a BK nHKI 1'nder-; thing Det.ar m? uu are < AN AKIKS BRI KtiEfl repleiiiabo I fii every iieiall .nd < \N\RIKb 1 ('MB? wall wortay * c?reitii impcction. ElROriEi.u R." H. MAC* k CO, Fourteenth street and M?lh averNM. ^?OOI> CORDED BA.ND CMEMUEH, ?C.-8^ EAST Ninth ?lreet opp. ?it? ?M?art'*. A ?BI'RPETTE SMITH IIAH DA I V A fSRlNfl A. DEiPl.A* of 'lie lattlt IMToRTEf) KASlU'iNS at hD nrTi-EN ffilAAK. NO ?l? BROADWAY. ii?ti?' in Twentieth and iwent?-flr?t aire eta. Ail tti? J,A (? ??T RAT TERN r r:*tatn v .,n I ..r i ? I ? ?! II MODEi.M with tvrry pattern CCI UNn ao 1 FITTIXti b; emperii need artiala. AT t D EETERRER. 441 SIXTH aVENOE BE A tween Twentv n th ani Iwentr-aeventh '.'ret-'a, Manipinir a ,it Embn iJ^rinc e?talilm'imeiit; >ar* ?tocfc ?ifimpnrtea rube < hemw Band*. Draweraand I.in*prle, Eadict' I'nai oat ? ap? l.ndi??' Iroa?waui; ?i>e< ?ltv Mona^rama and Int'iaM t >r hattdlttrehlefa: tai, <? and It I lotln Rmbi .ideied o order, lace rnruin<! aim la >"? cleanej and uj< ixle 1 equal to new A LADY WIEE 8EI.E A FINE FU1XT LACE PAR*. A -ol or one one thr?M tare hlae* fhawi at a ?a ri fti e. AN) tnimedlatrl* at No. ItSI I we?%) l.lth itrect (arcond aw>, rornrr ot TI. ir?t a.Piioe, JJOW CHKAP THEY 8t EL LADIES' l DLRWEAB at a. F.i>t Niiuh atreet ' ppo.nte -|#1tart ? / ' 4BPK IH. CARI'KTfl V - i?re at ?tir t>? i?t??iiin? of Carpeta, Oilclothi. tt mdow Sliaf!e\ Lambraqtitma, Mat% Mattmif. Ac., at ver/ ,ow I ri< e? h nifllah Vtlvas, at $1 |5 prr far.l. Tape*try Bru?* ?, a i. per yard. i> v, nt ti 29 i er yard. Inrrain. at 6c. to and ;aK-. par varrt. Ail < tin r g'Kidi at < qua I r lo?v prl ea. v Jart'e -to< h ol Suritltnre, 10 per cent cheaper tl.an an. other honw In the <-itv. All good* thlppe J Iroe. I?. BKI.i.Y wiccef-f.r to II. O i ari ,l?, Ii'. ! Sll I lehtb avenue t*i ? en Ihirty ntth and Thirtv-tlath ?t,'et* T HE REIL'f TAI. H !.E BE PORTS IN THE RYENINO TKI.KOBAM EVhRY NIOMT AT MM' I.AFORCAM'B. f*o ? WKsT EERVKNTH nrect *e< ond door 'roin M oadway - H . e ve I. per ?trainer Donau, tor^eou* bla-A <lren?d,ne ? oslttmea elegantMantt ?< lanu.-e Wrapa In K'clilen'ie ; eaoqi Uta Trtaoiinga o' a I Kind*. In ? .,pe?nn?, ntArabotit ? hiaotida Ac alao ha great novelty in Mia I.otii ..a'te, in all ?' ate*, imported Boimeta irom Mantel. Ilntse A Eabotira f'Ott SALE \ n.NR CAMEL-W H 41R ??ll A WE A NT) 'are ? tnivi ; ivfli be sold tor le? ihan one 'I t'd Hiete vaina. Afltlrtw CLaBK^vn. k?n Ki tiaraM /Ua DRY GOODS. /lABI'El'A All bow good* and new des*giia. ln Carpcta, Oilcloths, Shades, J'aper Hangings. Curtains and Cornice*. Body Brussels, from f 1 90 per yard up. English Tapestry Brussels, from $1 10 per yard tip. English Kidderminster < arpets, from fl per yard nr. Extra Surer Carpets, from "5c. per yard tip. Two-ply, all vool, from 60c. per yard up. Ingrain Carpets, from 40c. per yard np. Ctl< uitbs, from 29c. per yard up. Cheeked and white Mailings, from 29c. per yard up. Taper Hangings. Sc. per piece. AT TUB POPULAR CARPIT STOKE, 293 Eighth avenue, between Tweiity-iourth and Twenty flitti street'. For Other Dry bood* Advtrtlaemtnti See Flr?l Page. M i i l l \ l .< v AND DHESSMAKISG. A?A.?A.?MI.I.E. DEN ME, 9<5 BROADWAY (late ? designer for Porter A Doane*. will show on Thurs da.v. Max il Novelties, recherche unil elfci'unl, Jn?t re ceived Iter late steamer from the leading nouses of Pari*. Court MiiUrning from London, extremely eiegaut, just BUhTIO MILLINERY. MM P. SNKDDE.V, IMPORTER, KM Broadway and ins Fifth avenna. LATEST PARISIAN NOVULTl.be1. EXCLUSIVE STYLES. ORKilNAL DESIGNS. Specialties in Mourning. A. -A-MME-?. PORTER * DOANE, 949 Broadway ntnl 179 Fifth avenne, Importers. are constantly receiving clcg.nut designs in Krench Bonnets and English Round llats. Also recherche styles and private designs of our own manufacture. A-MAISON 11 \RRIS.?MLLE. PRINCE. SVC . cessor, No. 'J t'nion square Broadway), next door ti> Tiffany'a, will have a special opening on Wednesday and Thursilay. 5th and 6th Inst , at which will he exhib ited all the latent novelties in Bonnet" aud Hound Hats, just received from the leadlnar houses in Paris and Lon don. In addition to the Ut-rby and Renaissance, tbe moat stylish hut oi the season. AT MAISON WALTON'S, 162 Broadway. above Union square. Importers. Bonnets from Virot, Felix and other leading houses of Paris. Round llats from Brown of Bond street, Howard of Recent street and Lincoln, Bennett A t'o., No. 1 Sacc ville street. Piccadilly. London. Mourning from W. C. Jay A Co., 247, 219 and 2M Re gent street. La Vauiere the hat of the season. _____ 4 ?BUROETTE SMITH HAS DAILY A OK AN D J\. di?FLAY of the Latest imported fa hions at hit PATTERN BAZAAR. NO, 914 BROADWAY, be tween Twentieth and twenty first streets. All the LAT EST PATTERNS constantly on hand. CLOTH models with every natttrn. <UrnNUanfl FITfJNU by expe rienced artists. \ -A.?MRS. MYERS, J\. 22 East Thirteenth street. Specialties of misses' and children's Millinery. Dress Caps and Mourning Millinery. RTtsne MODES?ECONOMY IN MATKKiAi. and originality In design. Mine. MARIE FAVKE date ? ith Lord a Taylor . SJ7 and 309 Sixth avenue up stairs . 44 Rue de Clery, Paris. AT BROWN'S?londON round hats, imported for e ven years, in KMMA BROWN, sister ot W. C. Brown New Bond street, London; has now cli gant ami varied styles for spring. 1.261 Krourtwa\, between Thirty-first and Thirty-second streets. ATM J BONURAND A CO.'S. 1 2\1 BROADWAY . V importers and manufacturers of London Kounil and R ding llats and Habits, ma he had all tbat is most ele gant in that *pe<TAl!r ?MME. LUMLKY, 110 WEST TWENTY- IIIRD str-set Handsome spun/ Suits made in a . w duvs: small guani nes ?? materia! and most original and ?Icgant styles in trlMiuint's: perfect fitting guaranteed. A -MME. BARNES, 311 SIXTH AVENUE, NEAR A* Nineteen li street? specialties?Mourniuz Caps mid Bonnet., also Dress EegllsM Caps and Head ilre- . s: children's Leghorn, chip and i reneti Bonn, t? Infant'* y.a< e can-. Mouruiug order* promptly attended to at ladies' ; esidi-nces ri ARK A VcLAUGIIN HAVE JI>T BECE1VKD A v e?ot trimmed Bonnels nod Hals and a lull line ot untrltnmed chips, which the> will exhibit at their nen snow rooms ?J RrtMdway. <? .rner Nineteenth ?t. /"t M OLNEY. IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINERY, V'. will open 'lie pr<-n#t <v. e < u,? latest designs in spring amt ?ti nmer llats. Mourning lists Ac. JO hast Fourtceih itrcet. A' A. VILE ROBERT * CARIR, IMPORTERS ANDJOBBERS OP FRENCH MILLINERY Q6oD?, 21 UNION SQUARE (HOU?K IN TARIS). .v . J^S Int- rm their frirnrt? that the) have just removed iron; .he TniRD TO THE SECOND STORY _ if the same bulldlKg, and will i,ffer, from Monday, io their new THE LATEST SHAPES IN 'xl'Cslve sfcowroowa, FRENCH CHIP IUTS at the mi st reasonable prices!"'*1' EI-TIE6, No Ooods at Re fall. 1A0IES. ATTENTION '--MBB. D OIlBRn*. LATB j It,rewonaq at Worth *. uiake? Walking Suite. Car riac? and Hall Ure?w? originating new ?t*lef. ?;??? euta ?nil ti*>te? lalui ?nil ihlldren'aDniki Iti Knirth ave nue near Fourteenth street MMK I.KUOri. PARI-IAV M<E-'*MAEBR (I,aTE forewoman for tin drennaaker Irom tbe Court of M Peteraburg and inflMtelaaa honaea in I'aria), ex# rutea the inoit atrliah <'o?tuin?i ai veil <ia Hie mint knot'.? n Iiihma Bipai ti.v Mine l.KRui'X recelvaa di rectly the mutt exart indica'ion? on the faahiona from :hp t'??t ii' ui'i of I'aria. tU Fourth arenb<. n^?r Tenth ? reel. M*RS. OA1I.I.AKI) .* RORES ARU MAN teaux.?superior rtt? moderate privet 3S Rue 4. Raptembre over i.iietl-et.e k?m, entrance 24 Rue Louia-ta-Ciranil. rarla. MBE. LaMT. FROM riRH i-< WF.sr ELEVENTH atrttL?Blact and while Mendin; an i Cleaning "peei-il pr-H-eee to lake oat the r< d in la:ea without ncceaaity < rwathing. MMF,. ASTOIM ITK RRBNHEIB ERG?? I.F.AVE TO inform her cti?fotiiera thai *he h?? re-ai .-ed v..in Mil Hr->adwarto 27 I'nlnn ujuare where v|,e ? ill eon tmue th? importation ..t rt?tumee. bonnet lingerie! Ae. (t? *?><<!< "ill he reie,*e?l dnrtng tliia week, ami d.?pn*ed of at advantareou* prl--ea A completed a? ?ortment ..f the celebrated grain corttl will alio ba ?pened on lueaday neat \|ME BIU'CERI ?FRENCH MODISTE AMI DBE9* j>I man r. lately arrived with a large a>M>rtment of the fine-t French tlonern, aathei- boni#ta Ac ; in*f< very hnn l?om<- ?ul'? mi l trun? up boMiett at moderate prlcea; flr?t r!a-? Inference limn the eitv. A<l<irea* S"1 Mvth aveune near I went- tliird nmt, II ra# floor. MMK HEITARO. ARTIKTII MnHli-rK. WOIED reipeetlttlH Inform her cn<t ami nthera mat ?tie ha* removed to i<?i We?t fourteenth street, curner Math avanue. opposite Bacy'a. MM P. HF. I'P a Rfl 101 WF.sf POCI'TF.KSTII STREBT, enrucr Kixth avenue make- a ap#cial?? >f t otting at 'I Fitting Ore ?<- anil <>vi r< irmenta for ladle wi-ning to mike tl.cir ow n co- nine* II LI.F KAN'.Mi.V IIA - REMOVED IIKR I)RSM ,?l makini- -tab'iMimeti' from So. 2 R i ?i T,iirt?-erith ?treet to No in T111011 ?.,nare. louoerly < t*rili>hed utSl Kne I'amnartln l .. in make* Walking I'onuuie* in tha la e ?n le from *i. up? aril Ml,, ? IIVWA II A* BKBOVKri from 2?l| east Fifteenth atrret t ?? We?l ? .,n rt> e nth atreet "here ulie ivlll eon-lntia to mak< the l.if< ?t ?n le? of WaIkiiiw l i .tuner I-inner ' "rrlami Kvenini I-reI ron? ?< ma and Hourmn a- nio lerafa - liar.- ? ana fWp* t Iniiy ai<l i i!a a eonrinwane ol p.-at lavori Ml.f.ER I.vo.Na A ynt v r.;iiT, 27 i NUi.v >?Qt ARB, |,r-.. r-ef? oi Milliner;, have al tite lateat novel tie a -Hi Hoim-t* anil l r,. ten Walking Haia Woarnins Rnnn? ? a ?t-erlnEr. f'n i.mn ri willM ? .- i oa la t'eir recepUwiooai, on tha lirn floor in fu ur< VIBE. UOl'OKT iK'lKBRRf.V MfK I.RKERVIU4D ,'l ha? -iimaien'e l ln?ilti'f< at IH ' a?t Tvent- Mxth -traet m r Ma ii n I'a K Ore^iiaaklng dotte in all itt I ai i !i % at ir.'j - rate pi i e?. MOU '.NM'I IIRDKR- KXKi I TFfl R ITH rROWPI new and wttti'iiit e\ l.itaBt-?lia-s.ee M,e B \KIB i iVKl. tm j?ith i.iil * inyioi .. an-i JUS-'ixtliav ei?ne up ?t ii ? ? 44 i;?e <le >;ieiy. t'ari-. Mmk ?ia'-'M has hii: \m\e-i stvi.ks of R< in-t* in hip .in<1 stra? . al*o Kntiinii Walking 1 :.?t" < a 1 ami ?ee th? n .11 K in renUi m-eet. I ?? tween Broa lwa an-i I niveralt- f.la e. \fMK. KU'K prrot'B, I.Af>IF.S OREHKEABF.E, ,?| l ?/* to infoi-ru her :r.i .i.l? arid C?i<tomeia that ah* haa removed tr m h( r ite rettd nre ;i- Wn|JToriietto ? -r-i' t.? Ho. WJ Wen I wentj- inlitt I'.reet, tiefr Math avenue. k M vtt *1 I.I KK I MVI.I> PC' t KfiR- |RS TU I* A ? lien *f now prepared to ?'inn t; tl.^ir new rnMns .IB 'al ia between Iwe'. tfi ..ill 1 hlrUenth ?'r<-*t? .in clei;ant nwort-nrnt ..1 Hun-i-aim R?iik1 ilata. \tty lIioii e pty lea .it urn i ? mu U L?:on Uioav mat the aamt ran f e '.nijhi elsewhere \l [iR II t EIIWA Hl)f, r A-illuNAKI-K IiRKS* i'l maker, haa eai<i*eil to 5# En t Niiit.-i i'.reet. Ave ?iK>r< from Broadway new at) If Spring M its irotn ft, nine j-i ara In Rtoadw?y. FATTKHBH. a -Itt Rill I IE SMITH Has IIAII.V A ORARD /\ . msf'l.AY ol tb? l.ATl:sr IBFORTED FASIIIofffl at hii FAIT. BN BAZAAR. N'l. S?U BKOAIJWAV. I.et ween iwentieth and Twenty fliat ft reeta. all the I A I F r PAITEK.1H c n it.ic i? m Hand. CI.'iTH ?? HEIR a i? h everf r?--.tu. Cl TlltW fc'.l flTTIRO t-i eape: ei,,( ! si 1 ?Itt KAL.ES AT Al/CTIO!*. it THE KURTZ ART GALLERY, SUPPLEMENTARY ART BALE. COLONEL CHAPMAN'S SUPPLEMENTARY BALE. Now on exhibition (day and evening) at the Kurtz Uullery, Twenty-third street, Dear Broadway, COMPRISING MANY CHOICE PAINTINGS WHICH HE WAS UNABLE TO INCLCDE IN THE RECENT > ALE. BRILLIANT EXAMPLES BY SOME OF THE BEST AMERICAN AND fORBION ARTISTS. UNRESERVED BALE. 2lie whole to be told by auction to the highest bidder on WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 5, at tiic Kurtz Gallery, at 8 o'clock. The Ueun LEaVITT, Auctioneer!. At tlie LEAVITT ART ROOMS, No. #17 Broadway, On exhibition (day and evening) until tlma of idle the Private Hallery of Painting 4 belonging to Daniel Moan, Esq., of this city, embracing Jerome Ihompson'g celebrated painting*, Mount Mans field. Belated Party Top of Mount Mansfield, Candaela Lake. A Misty Morning and The Old Oaken Bucket, the origium painted In 1850 and never chromoed. Also a large number of Paintings from private collection*. A superb Thomas Colo and vary many others, comprising cholca examples by __ American and foreign artist*. The win il? to be aold on Till'USD AT and FRIDAY even lngs, May 6 and 7, without reserve or limit The Messrs LHAVITT, Auctioneers. j^DRIAN H. Ml'LLER, AUCTIONEER. Peremptory aale, 103 Lots, comprising the two Blocks of Land, bounded by Second avenue, the East Rivar, lOOtb and 101st a tree u, with water trout. ADRIAN H.~MULLER k 80* will soil at auction, on THURSDAY, May ?. 1R75, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, No. Ill Broad way, by order of Thomas J. MuCahill and Robert Ludlow bowler, Attorney*, tlie 1"3 City Lota, bounded by Second avenue and the East River, lUMli and lulst streets, comprising two Bioeks of Land, ^ with water Iront The sale will be absolute and in lota to lult purchasers. Sixty per cent may remain on mortgage. For maps and full particulars apply to ADRIAN H. Mt! 1.1.KR a Son. No. 7 Pine street THOMAS J. McCAHILL, No. 9 Pine street. THOMAS P. FOWLER oullivan. Kobbe A Fowler), No. 9 Wall street (Drexul Building). A DRIAN II. MCLLKR, AUCTIONEER. A TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE LOTS ON RIVER* 11>K AND ELEVENTH AVENIES, NINETY NINTH AND 102D SIREET9. AND WATER LOTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE. ADRIAN 11. Ml'LLER A SON will sell at auction, on TUESDAY. MAY * at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange sales room. No. ill Broadway, bv order of the undersigned trustees, tinder the will of William P. I'uriiUs, deceased. Twenty-eight very valuable Lots, situated on Riverside ami Eleventh avenues Ninety-ninth aud li)2d streets; also Ave water lots on Twellth avenue, between Ninety ninth and lU2d streets. Title perfect Kale absolute and without reserve; 7d Per I'cnt may at the option ol the purchaser, remain on bond ati.l mortgage Maps and particulars at the office of the auctioneer, No. 7 Pine street 8 R 0 FL'RMSP \ MARGARET E. ZIMMERMAN, [Trustee*. _JACOB D VLRMlLYK, _ 5 YDRIAN H. MULLER, AUCTIONEER. VALUABLE LOTS ON AVENUE A, 122D AND ran stkebth. ADRIAN II. MULLER A sov will sell nt anction, on Till RSDAY. MAY < at U o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom. No. Ill Broadway: ?AVENUE A, 1 lot, northwest corner ot 123d street; also 3 Lota, west side, 2S. 10south ol 123J street. 12.'I> STREET, 1 Lot with two slot v brh'k house therein, north side, 100 feet west ot a* en lie A. Maps at office of auctioneers. No. 7 Pine street. -JF.Itl-:. JilIIXSOV, JR., AUCTIONEER. l ? Furniture, Merchandise and Fine Arts salesroom S7 Nassau street. Real F.?tate Department. 21 Park row, New York. oN MONDAY. MAYS. AT THE PRIVATE RHSIDRN<"E 29 Irving place, between Sutcentii and Seventeenth ata., a' 10.KJ o'clock, ELEGANT BOI 8EUOLD FURNITURE, fine Pier Mirrors. Mantel Mirrors, body Brussels Carpets, lace Htid other Window ('urtalns. black walnut dining room and bedroom i urnlture, all the curled hair Mat tresses, feather Beds, Glaaav are, Chinaware, Chande lier*. Refrigerator, together with the JUtcheu Utensil*, with which the sale will commence. ON MONDAY. MAY J. AT 61 BROADWAY, ROOMS UY THE GOLD AND STOCK l ELEGBAP1I COMPANY, AT 10!* O'CLOCK, <ir. c-rsf .jr.en ? ? "I removal to the new office, the West ern I'nion Building), the entire Fitting* ot a Tcle^rrsph Machine Shoo, ? omprlsisg. in psrt, ONE j llORSK I PKIGUf STEAM ENGINE. C.i.c Mutiwor lA'h.' One Milling Machine. One large >cre? Press. One large portable t-nrge: also. All the fools lor the above, and in flr-t class order. A)*o condemne i ivicareph Instruments, Battery Jars, Brass. Copper. Carpets, i^toves, Ac. By order ol the Superintendent. . On TUESDAY nt S7 Nassau ???treet. LA ROE SALK Of HOI'S K HOLD FUBNITVRR, removed to the store irom ieveral private lamille-. for convenience of aale. On WF.DNESOAT. Mav 8. at 10X o'clock, ?t the private resilience Ml 1(1 PROSPECT fl Ai'B, SOVT1I OF FORTY-FIRSr KTHI KT. B.-.IWKEN FIRST AND 8ECURD AVENL'fcS, Hand semi" Household Furniture line Parlor .?uit?. Mack walnut I'arlor ana Bedroom Furniture, flue body Brus sels Carpet*, liookcafsi. This \\ill be it very desirable sale an thr itirniiuic i* in very good order, having been but little used. Also a One Library ot Meilieal and other Miscellaneous Rook*. .IKKt. JOIIJ.&ON Jr., Auctioneer. "* T THF J\ Kl'RTZ ART GALLERY. SUPPLEMENTARY ART RK LF HENRY L CHAPMAN, Jr.'a, Supplementary kale. Now oo eihiliitinn dav and evening at the Kurtz Gallery, Twenty third street, near Wior.dway, comprising many very chol-e Picture* which he wai iHiaM" to include in the recent sale. Iheae will be toiin j to comprise inu 11 v very choice eximples. esnecl allv of American artists Kroin Church's brush there is one of the heat sunsets he has ever j> tinted. A small, lieaiitliul and brilliant landscape of the grand ,s< enerv fifth-Went by Bierstadt. "Children at Praver," by J. H-ai:lain Irving. is one of his mo?( successlui work*. A verv tine ruiiwl, lit M. F. H. He Haas. stiowg ail the v ;aor, strength and flnc color for which he Is so much adnvred. s. J. Guy Winslow Homer, 8. R. Clifford, W hitued-'e and shatiuck are well represented, and there are some extremely good specimens of the French, Munich and uusneidort school* An interior, by navid Col,, with two old people watching two roung lovers, is certain to please lrum the care and finish or the paint sing. the well contrasted expressions and the pleasant sentiment thai pervades the whole picture Ibe sale, entirely unreserved, will take place at the Kuru Gallery on Wednesday evening, May 8, at I o'clock, The Messrs. LEAVITT, Auctioneer*. At th? LEAVITT ART ROOMS. AT Broadway. Exhibition Monday and until tunc- of sale, the PRIVATE OALLKRY OF PAINTINM Iwlotigini.' to Haniel Sloan, Esq., of this citv. embracing Jerome lhnmp-.on's celehrat 'd Fainting*. ? Mount Mans field." He i a ted Party top oi Mount Mansfleld, 'f.'andacia I^ake," ' A Mistv Morning" and "The Did Oaken Bucket," t>aint?d In lwio and never cliromocd: alio a large num ber ?i ualmium froin private collections. A HI' PERM TIIOMAH COI.R and very msnv others, comprising choice examples by some ol the best American and orelgn artists Also some tlnrtv Crayon, Pencil Drawing! and Oil Paintings, by the iate .1. A. Hows, A. N A. I he whole to tie Mold Thursday and Friday, May 6 and 7, without reserve. The Meisrs. LEAVITT, Auctioneer*. T J. IMirifci A MIN. AUCTIONED. KS-?7n il ? Wednesday. May .\ at 12 M.. at the Exchange Salesroom, one hot on Eightieth ?tre?t. 2S1.# feet w.-st ol East Md" Boulevard s size 2ft by half block. Map* at ofllce of auctioneers. St Pine street. AUCTION HA LB?BY \ MA J l.T^'B, II Fhte Urtti The Pews and Iron Balling ot the oil North Dutch church, corner of Fulton ,ind William street*, will be s >ld .it suction on the premiae* ou ihursduy, 6th inat, at Lo'clock P. M. _____ A-V. K. STKVKNSON. JR., AUCTIONEER, OF*. ? flees 11 line *treet and SI Ea t Seventeenth ,-treet, will sell,br ord'r ot Mr*. Funic* Wataon, executrix of Robert wataon deceased, by public auction, at the Ex change salesrooms. Ill Broadway, Tue*day, May 4. at 12 o'clock noon, two valuable house*, No. 89'lhompson Itreet. high stoop Dwelling. 2S*?'>, lot IK) feet, and rear house wltii prime entrance from street, about JbxM feet. Maps at either office A R r A r THMATBKtVS' oai.lrkt.-m1i dakiel J\ A. MATHEWS bcg? to announce hi* next *itlc of PAl>TlNds bv ami bican and foreign artists, comprising aboat l.M eiamplcs. American art 1* repre tented by entirely new picture* direct front the eaa. l* ol Win Hart, Ed ward Moran.R. L. onnug, fico. Inncs*. T. t , Ilium, Johif Pope, J B. Bristol, C. H. Chapln. A. T. Brlfher. L M. Wiles, W Ho! burton, D. M. Carter, 11. Fr uei het, Arthur I'artoB. T. O. Katon (deceased). A. Per kins. T. ?. K'listi 'deceased) and iranv others. Foreign art choice works by Nar>i*se Din/, Damscroeder. I rsinta li. II I. Rolfe. T ?. Ilarrln^. George Armlleld (t|er?4*ri|>. Boddintftfin. Wn iof. Van severdonck, Vande IVj ngsart. liysclliii-kx. I/1 Bret, Wytenboganrt. Ac , Ac. The entire collection so be st>!d Al' AUCTION Tt Ks DAV AND WRD.%fc.-DAY. MAY ? AND e. nt 12 o'clock ea/h dav, AT TIIP. MATIIKWV ART (JA1.LP.RY, 17 AND it l.i Hr.KI Y hi REfeT. Now on exhibition. DANIEL A. matiIkWS, Anctloneor. ~l C'CTfof^BAlJl ?ON WRDNRSDAY.~M.AY #. OF the hamliomi1 Fnrnltur*. Mirrors, Carpet*. Ac .con tained In elegant four story private rtatdence on M*di ?on avenne, near Thirtieth street* Kor particular* ten Tuesday's lierald. MIMONSON A ECCL&8 I ON, M Welt Thirty flrtt street Attentioni iioosereepeba?rosiTifB aio tlon sale, Monday morning, commencing at 10 o'clock, at Ave story brown stone mansion, No 17 west Ifi li sf between ith snd flth *v? , handeoma Household Kurnl tnre, Ktelnwsy Piano, I'nintlng*. Hronzea, Carpet* Bed ding. Ac... Ac . every nece*sitr> household article ROB F.B f c f.'AHUIN, Audi ntir. lull pititHUlais MuiiJiy * Uei 8ALER AT ArCTIOIf. BY W. B. MITCHELL. AUCTIONEER, Manufacturers' tale Of an elegant anil extensive (took of _ silver Plated Ware at auction. The Tsunton Silver Plata Company will nell at taction "fly. during the present week, commencing at 10 o clock A. M , at their salesroom. No. i Maiden lane, [heir eleeant and extensive Stock of fine Electro Plated Ware, Porks and Spoons anil choice Table Cutlery; all Warranted full mate aud of the finest quality and finish. J. II. SWAIN. Treasurer. BY PETER BOWK, AUCTIONEER. Will sail on MONDAY, May 3, A. _ at 11 o'clock, toe Furniture, fixtures, Ac., _ contained In the Old ettablished Bar and Billiard Saloon, knowu as the Bank Coffee House, No. 398 Uraud street. Four Bevel Billiard Tables, Collender, maker; A large and choice collection of rare Oil r'alntings, by old masters; mahogany Bar Counter and back Bar; mahogany Tables, ('hair*. Her Mirrors, Chandeliers, Oilcloth, Stoves, Ac., Ac. BY BAMUEL KRBIZER, AUCTIONEER?OFFICE No. 8 Cooper Institute?will tell Tuesday, Mav 11. at 12 o'clock, noon, at tha Exchange Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway, the five story and basement double Tenement House, No. 1(30 Attorney street; size 26xMxl00 feet Maps at auctioneer's office. BY J. W. CAMPBELL, JR., AUCTIONRBR, WILL sell on Tuesday, In loft to suit purchasers, extra ele gant Fixtures, i flue Phalon Billiard Tablet, No. 1 cost |700; superior stock Liquors of $700; other floe Goods, Ac., contained In that first class establishment 139 Eighth street, near Broadway. Catalogues early day of sale. ?gjDWARD BCHKNCK, AUCTIONEER, Assignee's tale of elegant Cabiaet Furniture, By EDWARD*"SCHENCE. 0* TUESDAY, at 11 o'clock, an elegant assortment of the flneit Furniture of the most modern and unique styles of parlor, chamber, dining and hall, la elegant carved walnut, rosewood, covered in damask and recti superb Centre and Card Tablet, and every variety of style ot Furniture. The above it now on exhibition and will repay ttaote In want of furniture. To bo sold at auction at No. 60 Lloerty street FCOLTON, AUCTIONEER.-ELBOANT HOU8E ? hold Furniture, Plano? real Bronzes. French plate Mirrors, moquet and velvet Carpets, Oil Paintings, ele gant China. Ac., Ac.?on Monday, Mav 3, at the private residence No. 107 East Fifty-ninth street, near Fourth avenue, at 11 o'clock, the entire rich Furniture of this private residence, which must be removed the same day and early Tuesday morning. There Is in this sale many articles of real worth, rich Parlor Bulls, elegant Library aud Centre Tables, Extension Tables, very sa perlor rosewood Pianoforte. French plate Pier Mirrors, moquet and velvet Carpets, Secretary, Bookcases. Wardrobes, lacc and other Curtains, rosewood, carved Etagere; I ambrequins and Cornices. Silver and Silver plated Ware, decorated China Ware, Ac.; also some choice Wines aad Liquors. Catalogues early Monday morning. FCOLTON, AUCTIONEER.?ON MONDAY, MAYS. ? at 11 o'clock, at the private residence No. 140 Weit Fourth street, near Sixth avenue, the entire Furniture, embracing In part of velvet, Brussels anil other Car pets; parlor, dining room bedroom and basement Ooodt; Plimpton anil other Bedsteads, best hair Mattresses, Ex tension Tables; marble top Centre do., Dressing Bu reaus, Bedsteads, together with all the Furniture throughout the house, and which must be removed the same aa.v. On Thursdsv, Mav fl. the entire Furniture of the large orivatc dwelling No. 47 East Nintn street, near Broadway. Full details in time, catalogues at the salesroom, 63 Bast Thirteenth street, netr Broadway. Q^ERABD BETTS A CO., AUCTIONEERS. Store No. 7 Old slip and 104 Pearl street Sales of general Merchandise, Vessels, Underwriters' Pales, storage Uoods, Wines and Uquors; also Marshals' and Executors'sales; also Household Furniture at pri vate, sales on the most reasonable terms. Terms satisfactory and full returns dav after sale. Casli advanced oo goods to anv amount. GERARD BKITS A CO., Auctioneers, Bfore No. 7 Old slip. Established 1791 CI ERARD BETTS A CO., AUCTIONEERS. X Store and salesroom. No. 7 Old slip and 104 Pearl st TUESDAY, Mav I. at 10 o'clock, on pier No. 8, Ea*t River, Mortgage sale. Can il Boat Mary Wolaham, of Ithaca, with her Tackle, I Furniture, Ac., utll o'clock, within tTie store. j Groceries?Sale of assorted Groceries. Also, Furniture?Sale ot Furniture, Desks, Chairs, Ac. By order of an Insurance company. Storage Oooits?Lot of storage Goods (general assort ment). Hv order of the wardens of the Port of New York. Herrings?1,000 kegs Dutch Herrings. GERARD BETTS A CO., Auctioneers, No. 7 Old slip. /"* LASS WARE AUCTION.?HENRY LOTZ, AUC VJT tioneer, will sell Monday, Mav S. at 11 o'clock, good assortment of foreign aud domestic Glassware, also white granite Tea and Toilet Sets, and IU0 dozen French china >ou|> Plates. WILI.IAM ANDERSON, 10 College place. J J B. HERT3 A SONS, AUCTIONEERS. HOUSEHOLD FCRNITURE7CARPET8, MIRRORS, AC. ON MONDAY, MAY 3, AT 10>< O'CLOCE, AT NO. 100 WEST FORTY FOURTH 6TREF.T, comprising Carpets. Mlrrort, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room Suits. Ac., Ac. Catalogues at sale. JJ B. HERTS A SONS, AUCTIONEERS. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, PARLOR ORGAN, AO. ON TUESDAY, MAY 4, AT 10H O'CLOCK, AT NO. 29 WEST THIRTY THIRD STREET, embracing AxminMer, velvet and Brussels Carpets, pier aud mantel Mirrors, large parlor Organ. Parlor, Cham ber, Library and Dining Room Suits, Ac., Ac. catalogues at sale. J ERE. JOHNSON, JR. AUCTIONEER.?POSITIVE sale at Stapleton, Statea Island, ot Property situated on corner of Bav and Canal streets and near the landing, known as the Washington House, at auction, without reserve, on Monday, May 3, 1S75, at 3 o'clock, on the premises, two brick houses (14 rooms and three stores); Wilkin one minute of the landing on the mam avenue of Ma ten Island ; well -ltuated lor business purposes, and would make a good Investment ???? For tnap? and particulars apply to JERE. JOnNSON, Jr., il Park row. New York. TOSFPH HEORMAN A CO.-MONDAY. MAY 3, AT 1 o'clock P. M at 173 West Baltic, between Clinton and Henry streets administrator's sale ot Furniture In good order Carpets, rosewood Piano, Plympton Beds, t iiromos. Ac., Ac. TOSKPH WARREN, AUCTIONRER. ?AI.LEN'S IIO #J tel. opposite Court House, Jersey City Heights, at ? JOSE Ml WARREN will sell on Tuesday. May 11,1375, at 1 o'Hock P. M., on the premises, Allen's well known Hotel, situate corner of Newark and Oakland avenues, Jersey Cltv, N J. I he hotel has up ward of 4 0 rooms in It, ami la In elegant order. The terms will be maoe known on dav of "ale, and the property sold to the highest bid der regardless ot price, tor particulars Inquire of JOSEPH V* a iiREN, Auctioneer, 217 Grove street. Office open until 9 P. M. IOSEPU FHONOOOD, AUCTIONEER, OFFICE ?l ?l Ma il-on street, will sell, Monday, May 3, at 84 Eighth street, at I0>? o'clock. Stoves, Tins, Refrigerators, House l urnis'iing Coods, in lots; also Machine Shuttles and Needles Dealers Invited. T P. TRAVBR, AUCTIONEER, . _ ?J. will sell, on Tuesday, May 4, at 10?? o'clock, at 8, and Great Jones street, all the balance of Stock, Fix tures, Ac , consigned to J. P. Traver, left over and now In said premise", vlt, elegant silver plated show ( ascs, large lot parlor, clumber. dining room and kitchen Fur niture. carpets, Oil Paintings, Mantel and other Mirrors, Clocks; large lot of Crockery, Plated Wara, Ac. Gools must be removed immediately after tale. Tm r TRAVER, AUCTIONKKR. . Will Mil positive on Monday, Mar >. at ?<>* o'clock, at 7:M Rroadway, all the Ftrnllure and Fixtures of the National Dlnintr Saloon and itar. vlx:? Klegant Coun ters, Partitions, flne sldehoarJ, Table*. Chain. Napkins, Table ? lotni, Plated ('alitor*, copper steam Table*. c'roc?err, copper Coffee and Tea Urns. large lot of *tlrer plated Kniven Fork*. Kpoona, Ac , copper Bolters and Kau-e Pan*. Hrnmiiall A Dean'* Ranges, all new, u*ed but *ix month* flr*t clas*. sale positive. flood* must be removed day oi tale. Will be told in lota to suit pur chaser*. JAMf.S M. ford, AUCTIONEER.?PUBLIC ADMIN istraior * sale, or. Tuesday. May 4. at li M., at pier 10, One-sixteenth Part oi the Schooner Enchantress. By order ot ISAAC DAYTON, Public Administrator. JAMES M FOKD, AUCTION fc KB, SELLS. ON Wednesday. May 5, at 10!^ o'clock, at 87 Ka*t Fourth street, all the line Household Furniture contained in the above residence Catalogue* ou inorulng ot aale and particular* In Ume. ____ JAMES M. FORD, AUCTIONEER ?MORTOAOE sale.?On Toe-day, Ray i, at l(?$< o'clocic, at No. Ill I West Twenty-seventh street, the entire elegant Fnrnl I ture. Pianoforte, /to. Jtartlctilar* In time Catalogue* en mornlnt of "ale. By order of J. J? Josephs, Attorney for Mortgagee. JCOOIK, AUCTION EER?HELLS THURSDAY, . Mar A. entire content) ol' reauionce No. M East rJSth stieet, Harlem. Morris wilkins, auctioneer-handsome Household Kurnl'nre at Auction. K. II. LUDLOW A CO., will sell at auction, on Thursday May#, At 11 A. M.at No. 119 East Seventeenth street, between Fourth avenue an I Irving place, a general assortment of black walnut l'arlor, Dining Boom ?nd Parlor KuinUure, Wil ton, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, curled hair Mat treisei, Feather Bolsters, A'-.; also China, Olaaeware, and also an assortment of Kitchen and Laundry Furni ture, Cooking Utensils, Ac. Catalogue! at No. 3 Pine street, ani at 33 East Seven teenth street. MORRIS Wll.KINrf, auctioneer. Executor's sale of elegant Household Furniture, Billiard Table, Oil Painilngt, Engravings, Ac. V. H. I.UDLOW A CO. will sell at Miction on Monder, May S, 1875, at II o'clock, at Ihe bouse 130 Filth avenue, northwest corner of Mghteent.h ?'rcet, an assortment of roecwood Parlor Suite, in satin and damask; reps softs nnd lounges, black wslnnt Dining Table. Buffet, Cheffo nler, decorated marble top Centre lable, fine Mirrors, Ac.. black walnnt, roeewood and satlnwood Bedstea,!* Bureans. armoire s glace Chairs. Divans, elegant Hall Stands, marble Statuettes, Billiard Table and Fixtures, Axmltister, Wilton, Brussels and ingrain Carpets, eurled hair Mattresses, Spring Bottoms. Ac.; also an assortment of kitchen and lanndrv Furniture Cooking ttenatla, Ac. Catalogues al house morning of sale. MARSHAL'S SALE. ?SREBACIIBR A DELMOUR. auctioneers, will sell on Monday, "ay A, ai II o'clock, at their salesrooms, 164 Chatham street, a large lot of Furniture, consisting or Beds, Bedding. Mattreeses. black walnut fle.Wtesds. Ilureana and Hookcase, llai Rack*, ('hairs, Carpet*. Showcase*. Springs, Tables, cuaii leiier* Looking Ola**** and Kitchen Utensi:* '.LiPi'MAN, Marshal, ^ SALES AT AtJCTfO*. y MORTGAOBS, FIB8T AND SECOND, ON FMH ertv, near-by and country, to exchange for frter and clear Property or Merchandise; alio, the Uty of Pari*, which can be exhibited In its entirety; twtr Houses in Hoboken, one in l?)ih street, and 112th street. Boulevard (avenue A), and a desirable Residence, wittt ten acres, at Franklin, N. J. Address 0., box 160 Herald, office. T \f ORTQAQB SAI.E OT I 1>1 elegant Household Fnraltars, at No. 22 East Forty-seventh street, near Fifth ?tern'1* A. J. BLEKCKER A sun will ?ell at auction, on Tucs^ day, May 4. at 10>i o'clock, all the Furniture contained In above house, consisting ot the u-mal assortment cfc Household Articles. Svo oataiagues at:? Pine street. , JOHN BAUD, Mortgage*. , YJAWNB ROKER'S SALE?WATCHES AND JEWELRY* JL KIOIIARD F1KLD, General Auctioneer, salesroom No 84 Bowery, Will sell on TUESDAY, May 4, at 11 A. M.. aw iou Gold and Sliver Watches, Diamond and Gold Jewelry, 1 Pins. Ring*. Earrings, Gold Guard, Bob and vest Chain*. Ac. Also Guns, Pistols. Musical Instruments. i By order R. Simpson A Co., lift Bowery. * PAWNBROKERS' SALES?BV RICHARD FIELD, ? General Auctioneer, Salesroom No. 89 Bowery. TUESDAY, May ?. by order K. Simpson A Co., CSO lots Watches and Jewelry. > WEDNESDAY, May 6, by order Simpson. Greene kCo.j 800 lots Men's and Women'* Clothing. * THURSDAY, Mar 6, by order Henry McAleenaD, 600 lot* Men'* and Women's Clothing. FRIDAY. May 7, by order Huph Freel, 000 lota Men's and Women's Ciothiug. N. B.? For *ale cheap, a large Ice House. t PAWNBROKER'S sale.?BEE BAOHER k VKtJ moor, auctioneer*, will *ell on Tuesday, May 4, at 1 o'clock. <00 lots of Clothing, conslstim; of Men's, Women'i and Children'* Wearing Apparel, Boots, Shoes, Bedsj Bedding, Ac.: worthy the attention ot all dealers B order of BERNARD J. FRY. 919 Tblrd avenue. a ? T> AWN BROKERS' BALES-BY JAMES AGAR, AUOl Uoneer, at salesroom 69 New Bowery and No. 9 Olive j street, Monday, May S, women's Clothing; by order o<| Solomon Stem, Twenty-seventh street: Tuesday, May 4, men's and wossen's Clothing, bv order of Moss Brothers, Catharine street; Wednesday, May 3. men's and women ! Clotiling, by order ot D. G. Ferguson. Broome streeti Thursday. May 8. 800 lots of gold and silver Watcheic Oold and Diamond Jewelry, Brooches, Pins, Rings, Ear*' rings. Bracelets, gold Guard, Fob and vest CbaingJ Opera Glasses, Guns, Pistols, Fancy Goods, Ac., by or* der of Simpson, Somers k Co., 27 Chatham street', Frl4| day, May 7. men's and women's Clothing, by order of! George Cudllpp, East Twelfth street -j FAWNBROLERS' SALES. ,-J THOMAS J. McGRATH, Auctioneer,:) IBS Chatham street, corner of Mulberry street. J Wedtieday, May 5?Men's and Women's Clothing, Acj By order of G. Fredenok, 1.8 Bleecker street. Thursday, May 8?Men's and Women's Clothing, ko Bv order ol H. O. Lewis, Second avenue. u Friday. May 7?Men's and Women's Clothing, Watcheljf Jewelry, Ac. ^ By order A. Blnman, 87 Greenwich street. t Richard v. harnett, auctioneer. Will sell at auction, on WEDNESDAY, Mai 8, at 12 o'clock, at the EXCHANGE SALESROOM, 111 BROADWAT, , Supreme Court sale. In partition, " 100 Columbia street, four storv brick House, (with Store), i and three storv brick rear uotiie and Lot, size 26x lOOt, This is splendid renting property, from its central lo'| cation. Sale absolute; 80 day* allowed to completal purchase. JAMES A. OLWELL, Esq., Plaintiffs'.'Attorney, SM William street. MAURICE LEYNB. Esq.. Referee,27 Chambers street I Ms*is and further lniormation at Auctioneers office.'Si 111 Broadway. ' Richard Walters, auctioneer-groceries j Ac.?Will sell on Monday, at 11 o'clock, at salesroov' 27 East Broadway, a large assortment ot Groceriesi viz.Chests and packages Teas, boxes Soap, bags and packages Coffee, Starch, case* Imported Olives ami] Chow-chow, Sauco, Catsup, Matches. Blueing, Hit#] Mackerel, large assortment of .spices, Canned Good*./ Bottled Liquors, Ac. i S CLARKE, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL, AT W . cherry street, Monaav, Mar S, at 10Ji o'clock, the' lures of a Drug Store, Sola, sewing and Washing; Machines, *c._ .J SALE TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 4. S. P. AVERY'S Collection ol Paintings. ? From the Home JournsL "The Avcrv Col lsctiow.?The an nouncement of an exhibition of Mr. BRETON. M ADR AGO. BOUOUEREAU. DE1AILLE. VAN MARCHE. BO UGH TON. DELORT. ('LAI RIN. J 4COVACCX. VALE RIO. BELLECOUB. JOIRDAN. I>. COU DBTTI. GOUPtln, (il.AIZt. ZIBM. WORM ?. Avery's eslectins Is alwavs trslted with peculiar re spect bv the New York art public. The caretul judg ment and good taste which guide his choice ot works, his sensible avo dance of the common devices of extravagant and unscrupulous lau dation. his meth od ot open and st r a I g h tlorward dealing, leaving lit* works to be judged upon their merits, nave nsiur ally gained for hliu tl.ls enviable con-1 ? sideratlon." | ? ttomerviUe Gallery, 82 Fifth avenue. RALE TUESDAY EVENING. MAT 4. GEROME. W1LLEMHL EsCOSl'BA. ? AC1IKNHACR. KOhK KOEK. JIM1NEZ. SAINTIN. BON NAT. UASTIGLIONBfc. PORT I BUR, LERSEL. CA8TRKSL TROYO.V, CASANOVA. DUNOUY. DIAZ. LAG YE. VoLTZ. a CJEMI-MONTHLY TRADE SALE OP BOOTH, SHOEl i' anS Hats.? Monday. May 1 at 10k o'clock, an a*.'; lortnient of Boot* and shoes, including lome ol tha finest goods in quality and style, the best offered this' season. Also, at 2 o'clock, an assortment of fur audi wool Hats and straw Goods IIOYT A BRADLEY, Auc-' tloneers. lis and 120 Church street. New York. j SHERIFF'S SALE OF WHITE GOODS, LACES, SEW.I ins Machine* Ac ?S. HIRMAN, SherllT* Auction*' eer, sell* on Tuesday, May 4. at 11 o'clock, at No. 81 LI*' penard ctreet, Uie entire Stock of an importer of Wliit*) (loon*. Laces, Curtains, Collars, Kmbrotderle*, BdgingaJ Sewing Machines, OlBce Furniture. Ae. WM. C. CONNER, Sherifl. j James CmaiHta. Deputy , SHERIFF'S SALBOF HOSIERY. FVNCY GOODS, AO, By virtue of an execution, I will aell at public auc-> tion. Thursday, May 6, 11 o'clock, at the salesroom Not i IS Bowery, tne entire balance of stock of a Jobber, namelyOf cases shirt*. Drawers. Stocking*, sue- ' penders. Cotton. Woollens. Lace*. Collar* and a large lot ot other Merchandise too nu~nerous to mention. Hal*; positive. Dealers Invited. WM. 0. CONNER, Hberitt . W?. II. Bcass, Deputy. Catalogues and goods ready on morning of ssla. TIIOS. OAFTNEY, auctioneer, OFFICE 17 CBN^ tre street, sells on Monday, at lO.tj o'clock, the l^easa,! Stock snd Fixture* of ths flrsi cla? Liquor Store sooth*' east corner ol Seventh *veni|eand Twenty-fourth street;1 an excellent four pull Plimp, black walnut top Counter, Shelving, Ac. , i YACHTS. WEAUIHIATS. &('. ^ A FAST SAIUNO SLOOP FOR SALE CHEAP. Apply to DROHON A ALLEN. 105 Park place. A STEAM CAN4L BOAT FOR SALE?OR WILIs' charter or exo*iange lor Building material*. Call at) or address 43 Downing street, first Boor. * A LAROP. assortmknt OF BOATS READY FOR *aie and orders received by T. DESMOND, Boat' Builder. WJ Front street, between Oouverneur and Mont gomery, New Voek ? For sale-yvcht vesta, 21*1 tons; yacht Jessie, 31 tons; both yacht* fuliy equipped: war-' ranted sound ami will be sold low. Apply to C. A B?, POILLON, 2i* south itreet OR SALE?PROPELLER TCO T J COCHRAN. J40 j FOR SALE?PROPELLER TUO r. J UUCHKAS. in feetl ong. engine, 2ix2l; two years old: also Propeller Tugs. Engines, 11x18, TOxft). Rxli Apply to WM. ii.1 HAZARD, Jr., 207 West street, corner II am son. i FOR SALE-SCHOONER YaCHT CORNELIA, HEW York Vacht Club, modelled br Bob Fish . new. fast, handsome and completely equipped. Address T. MAN. MNO, 193 Broadway. New York. 1 For sale cueap?splendid steam ya^ht, teet long; engine. 16x14; perfect order: also *kln> wheel passenger sTeamboat, 181 feet long: engln* feet;draught, 3.6 leet: new boiler. Apply to WM. U.i IIAZA KU, Jr., 207 West street, corner Harrison. | r-?OR BALE?A CABIN YACHT. 48 FKBT LONG. AND' r r*o ilteet Vaethts: one 2H rset and one If) leet: aia all first class boats and in good order and fast lailtra, Apply to P. McOKHIlAN, Pamrapo, N. J. I For sale or ciiartee-powerful sidb! wheel ingboat. In perfect order: will be *old cheap or chartered by month or season. Apply to WM. U. HAZARD, Jr.. 207 West street, corner Harrison. ? FOR BALE?CABIN SLOOP yacht undine-*o leet long, sirong. fast, able snd completely found; now at Bates', loot Thirtv-seTenth street. South Brooa* lyn. Address box 3,918 Post office. For sale-a new steam yacht, sa fekt long/ 7H leet beam; everything in flrst class order; would take horse and wagon or piano m trade. Address W.> H., l'ost office, Oreenpoini BfOR CHABTBB?8IDR WHEEL PASSENGER 1 Stesmtioat. very last, for July 8. Applv to WM. HL 11 AZA Rl>, Jr., 2ir7 Weil street, corner Harrison. IpOR SALE-NEW PROPELLOR, LIGHT DRAUGHT,! ' 15,000 gallon tank capacity, suitable for water, fish ing or any liquid business; Yachts. Steamboats, Tug. boats. GEORGE F. PLVMER. 39 South stmt LIGHT DRAUGHT FREIGHT FROPF.r.LDR, 1SJ ton?, inr ?ale cheap. it applied far Immediately. THRODuKK SMITH A BRO., (out of Eaaex itieel, Jersey City. ___ SLOOP TACIIT FOR SALE?A BARGAIN; 3? FEI-.f long, IS iMt beam, 4 leet hold i not two> yean oldf In complete order; flow cabin; 4 berth*, Ac.; all the latest improvement*: for ?ale cheap, for partleniarf apply to AI.ONZO F. SMITH, Yacht Bnil.ler, Mlp. L. t, OTEAMTUO D. 8. BTETSOR?CYLINDER 1? INCHED 0 Iquirt; boiler one year old: burni pea coal; in good working order; cao be aeen fool or East Jer<ey itreet, Klti?b?tli?oit/N. J.: will be loM low Apply t4 WILLI A M BUR ss, 309 Bool aTcct, Elizabeth port, WANTED-A SMALL. FLOATING BOAT H013K. A lilrer B. B., boi MM 1'oat office. U RANTED?A 8ATL B^aT, ABOCT Ifl FEET LONG; mini be ln good orner. Ad,Iran, .f ating price, J., boa I, iff Haw Vora Poet ofllr#. 1 AH boats, ai.l kinds and sizes, ready ro I'lU ship, "poon Oar* me'alie LifieUata, cedar Boat* cheap. 3M, J73 SoutU i!reet and linh aireet. iur> MM Hirer. ^ieimikn roBERTH.^ EXtluioE. fPHF. ELKOANT FCR^ITURB~ MIRRORR. ~PIA NO, 1 Carpets. *e., ot a privi'e r?itilence up iiiwr will l* exchanged for Bourbon Wit.?<?v on a ea?n t<a?M; witf adit aoma tm AddroM D.lYla 249 Rati fl'.i at TO EXCHANGR FOR real ESTaTK-A BREAD an>l cracker Bakerv, doing a goo<l balnem with all machinery In perfect ord?r . capacity ol bakery tu Ml* flour par day. Adiim A. U C .bos mi Gerald, oillc*.