Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 18, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 18, 1855 Page 2
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MVMunffjni Mnro tmr my. , ? j. ill stiJtsiT iicrioi. ABCTION NOTICE-PEREMPTORY SALE Of IM ported diamond nwelry, ?r?uh?i, Ac.? It. SJHKNOK will tell at auction, ou Wedned:iy, April 18, at his aaUa MtuuH, >o. 16 Wall street, a miwu?icent selection of dia ?ttoiitl i?wel ry, consisting, in Part, at' pint, Mining*, rin<a, studa, A'., t"!d watches o? Jbhitaon, Co*, Dent, Rosiell nail otbara, laiios <lo. set with diamonds by.Oudin, Hantte and vthsra. fine gold chains, piss, earrings, pencil eases, ?!<???. but tuLb, Ac. Sale positive, (or ?&sh. Auction notice.-by edward schenck. Thursday, April lit, at 10J>? o'el?tk, at 16 Wall street. ? Great sal* of really flno old vines, brandies, Ac , belonging 0* om ol ou oldest importing houses, now clnsing up their kasiness, vi*., 3t7 onset otard L.D. cognac, 1(37; Honoessy, ?t2: champagne cognao, 1S41 ; (cognac virge, 1HJT, private skookO south side madeira, 1839; Duff Cur. ton, harmony and vitorla sherries: 43 baskets champage, Hunt <t 0*., and I'sr rtoter'e ports; (okay, 1842: muscat and wedding wines; L.D. hraadtus in demijohns and octaves, and uuarter casks, all ?I which are of the finest quality, and oan be railed upon (or Medical or fkmily use. Also, a Hue raroiee of Havana s? ian now landing. AUCTION N0T1CE.-J. BOO ART, AUCTION BSR ? .A By S. BOG ART. this day, at 10!? o'clock, at the auc Uos too ma oorner of Fraakttrt and William stioets, one Uoek from City Hall, household furniture, sofas, b arenas, chairs, black walnut tables, hair mattresses, cot bods, car pets. erockrry and glaea ware, Ao. ; also the stock of a fancy ? hero and Millinery establishment, ladies' bonnets, gimps, fiagoe, buttons, thread, ailks, alpaooa, combs, oalico, tabs, rwsbca, spool cotton, lace, edgings, bindiugs, trimmfhgs, As. Sale peremptory, without reserve. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF CLOTHS, AC.? SAMUEL OS GOOD, auctioneer, will sell at his salesroom*, No. 06 Nassau atreet, en Friday, April 20, at 10^ A. M., a small took of olothe, cassim?res, doeskins. Ae.; marble top coun ter*, wire figures and tramas, glass oases, Ao. By order of ike assignee. A UCT10N SAI.E or OKEEN A W D HOT HOUSE JL plapta. hot houses, Ac.? SAMUEL OSGOOD, auctioneer. M Niitw atreet, wUi sell on Thursday. April lit, at l(H$ A. It,, tha entire stock ot Mr. Thomas DunUp, Ueriat, as ins ?atakliahmrnt, Eighth avenne and 116th street, near Har Ww, oemprising, in part, csmelias, roses, violets, dahlias, rige and lemon, yellow roses, fruit and fancy trees. At 12 Sot booses, beating apparatus, sashes, Ac. AUCTION SALE.-SEGARS OF THE CHOICEST -A. brands.? SAMUEL OSGOOD, auctioneer, 00 Nasat.ii otroet, will sell, on Saturdu.?, April 21, at 10)? o'clock, at Mb. I AsUr plaee. about 80,000 aegars, of the boat imported Wanda. Alio, a lot of porcelain and meerschaum pipes, gas Mandeliers, counters, glass oasos, Ac. This stock is the finest a?nars in this market, and will be sold in lota to auit pwrekasera. Terms caah. Auction notice ^-gborge clsmevs. auction eer.? A eosch factory stock, toala and fixtures, situate Al Fortieth atreet. uear Fifth aveono, to be sold on Wsdnes dny, April 18, at 12 o'clock. HENRY PALMER, Salesman. A UCT10N NOTICE -TH')S. BELL, AUCTIONEER? JL By BELL A BUSH ? We will sell on Thursday, at 1(M< ?>aloek, at 12 North William street, twenty-four beautiful sAow eases, in good order, made for the Crystal i'alace, sulfa lie for exhibiting goods outside or inside; also other ar ticles. Monday by order of executors, will be sold the bar room arran ,-ements and other furniture, at 336 Hudson stoeet, loug known ae the Weavers' Arms. Tns premises will be let to a good tenant oil reasonable terms. Particu lars in time. Tuesday, elegant furniture at 313 Henry street; Wednesday, Seventh avsnue, Ao. A UCTJON NOTICE.? CROCKERY, GLASS AND'CHI A ML? J. 8- BARTLETT'S largo saie of white granite and common ware, yellow and Rockingham ware, glass ware. porcelain, while stoneware, Ac., in lota to suit pur chasers, will taae place on Wednesday, April 16th, at 10 ???lock, at No. 281 Pearl street. A _ A OCT ION NOTICE.? WM. B. JONES, AUCTIONEER. A ?By virtue cf an execution issued out of the Marine Court. I will sell, this Say, Wednesday, April 18, at the vsstibnle of tho City Hall, at 12 o'clook, all the right, title and mteaest of Joliu Buxton, Jr., in tho hotel Nos. 145 and M7 Fulton street, that he had on the 19th day of March, or any time thereafter, on ssid premists. WM. B. JONES, Constable, and County Officer Marine Court. A UCTI0N NOTICE. ? WM. B. JONES, AUCTIONEER, A ? Stcrc No. 146 Canal street. ? By virtue of a chattel mortgage 1 will sell on Thursday, April 19, 1866, at 10 A.M., at the corner of Market and Madison streets, 4 standing casks and contents, 3 pipes brandy, 3 hhds. mm, 3 pipes gia, 8 pipes wine, and all the fixtures, measures, decanters, ?amblers, Ac. V. S MILLS, Attorney for Mortgagee, office Marine Court. A UCTION NOTICE.-WK. B. JONES, AUCTIONEER* A Mortgage ?aie of household furniture. By virtue of a ?battel mortgage, I will aell, on Friday, April 20th, at ltt o'clock, A. M., at No. 117 West Fifteenth street, near Seventh avenue, 2 Brussels tapestry carpets, mirrors, i^lass, ?handoliers; 3 marble too tables; 2 large bookcases, papier rshe chairs, inlaid with pearl, extension table, Ac. WM. JONES, Attorney for Mortgagee, and Constable, ofticc Marine Court. AT AUCTION, THIS DAY, AT 10? O'CLOCK, THE noted board ng, lodging aud public house, the Plough Tavern, 320 Hudson street, near Spring; all the beds, bed ding. furniture, bar and fixtures, togethor with a good lease aad low rent. Will positively be sold to the highest bidder. O. WARREN, Auctioneer. Auction notice.? French tinned iron ware, Ac. -JOHN E VAN ANTWERP will sell, on Thurs day, April 19, at 11 o'clock, at his auction room, 216 Pearl atreet, by the package, 12 cases French basting spoons, po kshed skilleta, aaucepans, frypans, skimmers, table spo .as, ??ffo? pots, wash basins, strainers, dishes, soup ladles, ?aHenders, coffee roasters, punoh pitchers, preserve kettles. Ao. The above were slightly damaged on the voyage, and are sola tor account of whom it may eoncern. A M. CRISTALAR, AUCTIONEER, NO. 23 BOW KRY, J\-? respectfully informs hi* friend* on<l the public that he has enlarged his sales room forty feet, and U now ready to woeirve consignments of dry goods, hardware, batches, tnwelnr. diamond! and furniture, on which he will make neru advances; and also Mllilti ont deor sales of furni tm from families breaking up housekeeping, or parlies re (Mag irom business and wishing their stock sold. Auction public about selling out their furniture at their dwellings, will do welt to ?aril en the subscriber. Account ol sales settled in full, befora leaving house; charges moderate. Reference given, when required. Sales at auction room, bl Nassau street, this morn tag, 1?,S o'ulook. 1UMS MOHKKI.l., Auctioneer. A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE.? TO BE SOLD AT PUB fl 11c auction on April 21, 1K>6 at 2 o'clock P. M? in Wen vertown, Hudaoa county, N. J , two ana a half miles from the Hobcken ferry. 3 Ml-lOo acres of land, in a good state of cultivation. for particulars inquire of WM. ROSMaN, near the premise*. A UCTION NOTICE.? BROOKLYN. ? W. C- ALBUBTUS, A. auctioneer.? Household Furniture.? A. C. HUMBERT will Mil, to morrow (Thursday) morning, at 1<>>? o'clock, at 13 Poplar street, near Colombia, all the furniture contain -d <? the house (14 .rooms), tapestry. Brussels, three ply and ingrain carpets and oilcloths, good mahogany and walnut parlor and chamber furniture, French plate pier glasses and nairrors, rosewood centre table; good furniture and bedding, hair mattresses, Ac., ol 9 chambers; gas chandelier, oak ex tension table, kitchen furniture and utensils, Ac. Cata legass at the sals. BA. CHILTON, AUCTIONEER ?SALE OF SUPE ? nor household furniture, the property of a family going to Europe. The furnitnre has not bt en in use a year, ana to nearly all made to order liy Alex. Ron j, the celebrated cabinetmaker, and is now in excellent conditiou.? COLE k CHILTON will sell at auotion, on Wednesday, April 18th, at No. 5 Leroy place, Jlleeekor street., commencing at 10?, ?'clock, a large assortment of household furniture, Com prising rosewood parlor sofas and chairs in rich maroon Tel Yet, large pier glasses, rich tapestry, Brussels carpets, ?locks, vases, earcel lamps, marble and pariaa statuettes, Bohemian glass, Ac. ; rieh French porcelain and ont glass, diningroom furniture, table linen, do.; carved mahogany ?hairs and sofas in tufted haircloth, marble tep bureaus, ?antra tables, wa?hstands, toilet sets of china, laoe wiudow certain* and painted shades, polished and carved Frenuh bedsteads, superior curled hair mattresses, corn husk pal liasses, feather beds, Marseilles counterpane!, oak and ot'ier cane seat chairs, carpels, ruga, oilcloths, together with a large assortment of kitchen furniture, with which the sale wfll commence. Catalogues will be ready on Monday, at the aactioneer s office, No. It* Naaaau street. Bath nouss, new utrecht, l. i.? the entire pareel of furniture, bedding, crockery, glassware. Ac., ?f the above house, for aale; if not disposed of at private halo, will be sold at auction on or about the 23d of April. For particulars, inquire of T. Gil. SKY, 171 Broadway. h. delevan, I H. Delevan will sell at auction, this day, the IHth of April, at 10 o'clock, all of the magnifioeat hoasntiold tur | ? iture, fine oil paintings, royal Wilton carpets, mirrors, pianos, etegeres. Ac., Ac,, contained In the private dwelling situated Ns. 117 West Twenty-second street, near Sixth avenue, being the property of a tain >1 y leaving for Europe. The salo will commence with the kitchen furniture. Catalogues are now ready and can be had at the oifloc of the auctioneer, Nos. 119 and 121 Nassau street, Marble Build lags, late bible House, near the Nassau Bank, and also at No. 117 West Twenty encond street, on day of sale. No postponement on account of weather, and deposits required from all persons unknown to the auctioneer. CI. MIl.LER A CO., AUCTIONEERS. WILL SELL A ? tine three story honse, nearly new, with (tore on first. Boor, at Merchants' Exchange, on Wednesday, April 1H, at 12 o'clock The above is situated on Bergen hill, .V J., about 200 feet from the Court House. Building 25xi> ft., beauti folly located in an improving neighborhood, one mile from Jercey city ferry. Stance pass every ten minutes. Apply at the office of the Auctioneers, 1?'> Broadway, oorncr of Dey street. C R.MILLER A CO WILL SELL ON WEDNBSDAY, . April 29, at Merchants' Exihange, a double house ?nd thirteen lots, at East New York, on Brooklyn and Ja saaioa plank road and Vanaielen and Division avenues. Also, lots in Monrce street, Brooklyn. Fot full particulars apply at Auctioneei s' office, M Broadway, N.Y. (ILr TON E. TYLER WILL SELL THIS DAY, AT 10 J o'clock, at the store 3M Greenwioh street the entire ?1Mb, consisting of droos goods, shawls, veils, laeet, hosiery, ailks, linen, muslin, 20 pair of window shades, milliners' Meeks and materials, straw goods, oil oloth, Ac.. Ac.; flx tare, counter, glass ckses and store to let. J. 3. HIGBIE, ?netioneer. CONTINUATION OF AUIOIfwt! SALE OF JEWEL IT? JOHN L. YAM DE WATER will soil on this day, April 18th, at 1(>){ o clock, at the salesroom, 12 Maiden lane, by order or asaignee, a superb assortment of diamond Jewelry and watches, the goods removed for oeuveaionce of aala, being the stock of a Broadway importer and manufac turer, amoag which may bo found aplendid diamond single atone and elnater pina and lager rings, do. <iaanite) brooches aad earrings to match. one hundred line IS carat gold case watchea, ladies' enameled independent aeoonds, doable time keepers. English patent lever eight-day chronometers, Ac., all b* the most celebrate! makers; flne imported sets tf dla ?saw, mosaic, emerald, eamee, opal, soral brooches, brace l?ta aad earrings to match; flue gold fob and guard chains, aeal aad (laser rings. of every varietv; gold peas snd pencil eases, waten keys, crosses set with diamonds, spectacle*, sleeve buttoaa, lockets, Af. The whole forming a rich ?Mat ei Jewelry. Every lot to be sold peremptory to the highest Udder, aad every let warranted according to eataiogae. Terms easb. Dg. HOUGH. AUCTIONEER.? AUCTION NOTICE ? Large sale.? Exoelleat household turaitnre, rich vol vet carpets, largo mirrors, oil paintings, silverware. Ac ? H Wilson, auctioneer, will soil, to morrow Thursday) mora lag, at M)U o'clock, the furniture it the large three story hentt No. Si Warrsn street, consisting of ene oostly pitno forto, in rosewood, made by T. Gilbert A Co., very oostly aad nesrly new; elegant carved rosewood parlor suites, in anttn krooado, mahogany sofas, snsbioaod chairs, rockers, Meowood centre, side Md oard tables, book rack, masie fad eerner stands, elcgcat tapestry carpets. aearly new; "?f mtrrsrs, 24 by 44; rich brocatolle aad lacs cnrtalas, *oo**T oil nalntiags; exteniion tea and dining tables; bed room furniture, or the best kind, Tit. ? rosewood and ma hogany bedsteads, bureaus aad washstands. made in t he host , maple aad other bedsteads, oane seat oh airs, pointed bedroom suites, bedding, sheets, pit ta, feather beds, hair mattresses, common wash ? ?? w"Wr. bedroom carpets, lounges, china vasoe, 9C bos* cut glassware, otitlsry, rich silver ayo"..*Hh heavy eat bottles; cako^asketc. ?U?od tea service, Ac The salo will ' - kiteho* furaitnr*. which embraces a J?'' . *y* fjL.*! will be sold contained ia tlM jswSrSBSSssr51*? WUJM AT APtnTWM. B?m~> D. NAS?, AUCTIONEER -^TORE 310 BROAD ? way.? aort,:age eale of iftMrr ttoxo u4 fixiare* ? [t'n Wednesday, April 18, 11*43. at 10 A. M., at 16 Roo*evelt nr- i , coaUat* of grocery (tot*. eoau*tiag of an aMvrtmeat of proeerie* aid liquor*, bsir and store fixture*, together with lease of store and collar for three y uam. Irom May n??t. Eugene b franklin, auctioneer -by thank I LIN A NK IIOL.-Thi* (Wednesday^ morning, ?( 10?i I o'clock, at 7S Nauan street. between Fulton and John streets, Eocene B. Franklin will Mil at aaction, aa alo?e, a variety of rich and beautiful household furniture, euaiiit in- af roseaood parlor furniture an auite, rosewood nd mi tetany wardrobes, library and secretary Dookoa***, sofas, tat* atete*, chair*, bedsteads, bureau*, washntand*. com inodr*, Ao , two beaut ifnl Bnglish velvet carpet*. Brussels and ID.' rain , arpeta, with a lanre oatalogwe of other goods, too numerona to mention. At private sale, and now oa view, at our store, 79 Nassau street, a magDiueeut chamber suite, from 'be Crystal Palace. eost 97,000. Pureha?*ri will find thia sal* a desirable opportunity. EH. I.CDLOW, AUCTIONEER. ? HANDSOME HOU3K . hold furniture at auction ?E. Jl. LCD LO IV will sail at auction an Wednesday, April 18, at 10*? o'eloek, at No. Id East Seventeenth street, between Union square and Fifth avenue, the entire furniture contained in said houne, con aitting in part of handsome rosewood and mahogany parlor and bedroom luraituri , solas, chairs, pier and centre table*, pi'T glasses, wardrobe*, bureaus, mirrors, Brussels and Mi grain carpets, oilcloths, china and glassware, together with a general assortment of kitchen furniture, with which the sale will commence. F1 COLTON, AUCTIONEER? HOUSEHOLD FURS I ' . ture, at No. 24 Henry street.? F. Colton will tell, this day ( Wednesday. April 18,) at 1?)? o'clock, at No, 24 ilcnrv street, all the furniture of the house, comprising three ply and ingrain carpets, oil cloths, mahogany parlor farnituro, mirrors, l ed* and bedsteads, stove* and pipe, refrigerator, china and gla?s ware, basement and kitchcu furniture, Ao. Furniture, a<\, at auotion? this morning, at the epac iou' room, 81 Nassau street, invoioes of all kinds el' good furniture, pianofortes, mattresses, mirrors, oil paiatlogs, china, glass and Bohemian ware, bronae furni ture, velvet earpeting, by th piece; also second-hand pianos, carpeting*, Ac. TUNIS MORRELL, Auctioneer, George cook, auctioneer. -by stover a COOK- -Elegant Household Furniture, Pianoforte*, Ac. To morrow, at lu>4 o'clcck, at the reaidenee of H. Pincus, Esq.. 41 Greenwich avenue ? Consisting in part of superior rosewood seven octave pianoforte, made by Messrs. Barmore, in perfect order; rich lace curtain* and eoraicea, French shades, two auita of rosewood parlor furniture, in French brocatelle, elegantly c?ved rosewood sofas and centre ta bles, a beautiful rosewood etegere, French secretaire, music cabinet, piano stool, oil paintings, a part of which are of great merit; rich gilt frame mirrors, French clock, elegant decorated vases, mantel ornaments, royal Wilton carpets, stair do., ingrain carpets, hall oilcloths, walnut hall stand, do. do. chairs. Dining room furniture? Custom made oak extension table, oak sideboard, set of oak dinrngroom chairs, in green repp; gold band dinner set, 172 pieces; heavy cut glass ware, fine table cutlery, tea room mahogany extension Fable, do. sideboard, do. chairs. French china tea and ooffee sets, silver plated tea and coffee service, of elegant work manship; silver spoons, forks, ladles, table castors, cake baskets, a beautiful set of Paris glass ware. Chamber furni ture ? Rosewood and mahogany bedsteads of a superior qua lity, marble top bureaus and wasbstands, rich china toilet sets, gilt trame mirrors, hair mattresses, beds and bedding, lounges, arm chairs, sofas, spring seat chair*, kitchen arti cle*, At. Catalogues on the morning of lale. SEO. LEV IE, AUCTIONEER.- LARGE AND PE lemptory gale of cloths and clothing. ? Sale by auction, Niusau street, on Tuesday, April 24, the entire stock and fixture*; also, the intereit of Geo. I.cvio in said buildiug; stock comprises cloths and cassimcres. readymadu clothing, cloth, alpaca and linen frock coats, silk, satin and Marseilles vests, black and figured cassimere, linen and satinet pants, shirt* and gent's famishing*, Ac. Sale at 10)i o'clock, on Tuesday, April 24. GO. HORTON, AUCTIONEER-WILL GIVE HIS j ? personal attention to the sale ol household furniture, at the residence of families breaking up bonsekoepiat; or re moving . Will also have regular sales at hi* large suction rooms, No. 13 Sixth avenue. Furniture atored. Groceries at auction? in consequence of removal, the proprietor will offer for sale, this day, at It. >4 o'clock, the entire stovk and fixture* of store 33S Third avenue, oorner twenty -eighth street, consisting of teas, oof fees, sugars, pickles, sauces, Ac ; alto, a choice selection of fine old brandies, wines, gin, Jamaica and St. Croix rum. The fixtures consist of walnut top counters, shelving, two splendid sets of tea canisters, ingar bins, oil cans, scales, weight*, platform) scales, and all the other ipnrtnuncc* suitable for a respectable family grocery or tea itore. WELLINGTON A. CARTER, Auctioneer. Hardware auction notice. -jno. e. van ANTWERP will sell on Thursday, AprU 19, at 10 o'elook, at _lt> 1'earl street, 280 packages and lota, forming an excellent assortment of Birmingham, Sheffield and Ame rican hardware, Ac.; alio one cask tine tablo cutlery, suita ble for retailing, jnst landed; SOOdoien English and Ameri can files, 6 to 15 inches; 16 kegs and 4 hags English horse nails; 9 casks cnt nails; wood sorews, shovels, spades, Ac.; alto one case pocket cutlery, 8 cases axe handles, Ao.; also 19 oases shoes, assorted; 24 dozen woollen hose; also an in voiee of old shelf goods, with which the sale will commence. Henry h. leeds a co., auctioneers.? house hold furniture sales.? Henry H. Leeds A Co. will give their personal attention (as they have done for many years past.) to the sales of household furniture, at the residences of families breaking up housekeeping or removing. They will also have regular sales at their auction rooms, No. 19 Nassan street, between Pine and Cedar, for the convenience of those who may desire this medium of sale. Henry h. leeds, auctioneer.? by h. n. leeds A CO., on Wednesday, Apr# 18, at 10}? o'clock, at 14:1 West Twenty second street, Between Sixtu and Seventh avcnnes ? Oenteel household furniture, consisting of rieh ta pestry Brussels carpets and stair carpets three-ply and in grain do., rien velvet rugs, rosewood euits covered in crim son, gold and blue; silk brooatMle carved rosewood eteger.1 and ornaments thereon; splendid mirrors, marble slabs and brackets, rich erimsou and black broeatelle draperies, livoe curtains snil cornices, ohina, gold and deoorated vases, mar | hie Roman vases, India china do., oil paintings, marble top carved rosewood centre and side tables, stool fire sets, ele gant ormolu chandeliers and brackets, one rich rosewood t>% octave piano, a tine instrument: piano stool, mahogany ex teeeion table, four feet, with leavee-Jmahogany suit com plete in hair cloth, mantel clceks, vWses, oilcloths, door rugs, Ae. ; ehina, glass and silver plated ware, rosewood ex tension table ana leaves, dining sable and chairs, rockers, Mirrors, clilnti window curtains Bedrooms? Elegant carved rosewood bedsteads, dressing bureaus, marble top washstands, do. tables and chairs, blaek walnut and maho gany chamber suits, lounges, inirrain carpets. The above are ell nearly new, having been used but little, and in the best order. Henry h. leeks, auctioneer-by h. h. heds A Co. ? Wednesday, April 18, genteel Household furni ture, at 10W o'clock, at l(lt> Fourth avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets, consisting of Axminster, Wilton, and Brussels carpets and stair oarpets; drugget, rich carved ma hogany sofas; arn and parlor ehairs, in haircloth; carved mahogany marble top centre and side tables; black walnut (JoMuc sewing chairs, in purple plush; mahogany card tables; splendid gilt frame mirrors; broeatelle and lace window enrtains and ooraices; rioh oil paintings and framed engrav ings; i. a tables; china, glass and silver plated ware; rieh cat chandeliers and Irackets; one splendid mahogany extension dining tatle. 15 feet, with leaves; rioh oilcloth inclining room and halls; one very superior mahoganv marble top side b?ard, made in Paris, an excellent article; oak buffets; oak chairs; very rich ormolu candelabras; vases, mantel orna menta, clocks, girandoles; mattresses, bolsters and pillows; one mahogany sideboard bedstead; wardrobes, book eases, Ac. Ac.: also, kitchen furniture. Also, one magnificent rosewrod 7 >f octave pianofurto. made to order, bv Stoddard, Sirfect in every respect, and ol most exquisite tone ana nisb, with pearl keys. Henry h. leeds, auctioneer.? by a. h. leeds A CO., Wednesday, April 18th, at 12 o'clock, in front of the store No. 19 > aasau street. A gray Messenger m lie, 10 bands high, five years old, a very stylish driver, an ex cellent saddle horse and warranted aound. Also, a sot of single harness, made by Train ir, and a trotting wagon, nearly new and in perfect order. Sain without reserve Also, a physician's gig, with top and patent axles, in per fect order. Also, five city, made harness, by one of our best makers, vi?: 2 sets five double harness, silver plated hook", tenets and cord bnckles. Also, two sets fine single har ness, all sliver platings and mountings. Positively without reserve. Also, a bay horse, 16 hands high, seven years old. kind in single and double harness, a very stylish driver; sold as tbs owner is about leaving the city, ana has no further use for him. Also a very handsome silver monntod two seat photon, with shifting top and pile, but little^nsud. Alto, a shifting top buggy, in good order. Henry h. leeds, auctioneer.? by n. n. leeds A CO. ? Thursday, April 19, at 11 o'olock, at the resi dence of Mathew Thuto, deceasod, by order of the executor*, la Eighty seventh street, between Third and Fourth avo nues, househould furniture, consisting of ingrain carpets, mahogany solas, arm and parlor chairs, tables, minors, card tables, window curtains, ebony sewing chair, brousod giran doles, rugs, dressing bnrciu*. marble top washstana, do. maple cane sent chairs, mantel clocks and ornaments, oil paintings, lithographs, pier glasses, oilcloths, mahogany w ash tables, black walrnt tables and chairs, looking-glasses, britaunia castors, rhina and glassware, with an assortment of kitchcn furniture, with which the title will commouc? Henry ii. leeds. auctioneer -by h. b. LEEDS A CO.-ThurMay. April 19, at .10 Bank stieet, at \0ii o'clock, household furniture, consist ing of handsome Brussels parlor and stair carpets, elegant rosewood suites, inlaid, covered in Rgurod crimson plush; sofas, divans, sociaMes, conversation chairs, arm and pai lor chairs, rosewood suites, in blue plush; rose wood carved marble top centre and side tables, one rosewood sevea octave piano, made by McDonald Srothers: piano stools, gas chaiideli r?, brackets, Ae., fine oilcloths, oil paint ings, frame engravings, crimson window enrtains. cornices, Ac.; lacs window curtains, with blue broadoloth drapery: mantel cR>cks. girandoles, vases, mahogany hat stands, hall chairs, parlor door matt, hall gas chandeliers, mahogany and blerk walnut bedsteads, dressing bureaus and wash stands. marble tops; mattresses, I olst. rs and pillows, in grain carpets, rosewood back < hairs, mahogany wardrobes, mahogany tablet, chairs, sets of mahogany dining tallies, china, &lata and silver ware. Also, an assortment of kitchen furniture, with which the tale will commence. HENRY H. LEEDS, AUCTIONEER.? BY II H. LEEDS A CO.. on 1 hurtdav and Friday, April 19 and 30, at l l>, o'clock enoh day, et their salesroom 19 Nassau street ? Large and important sale of goods, to be sold without reserve to close a consignment; also, l,a) superior violins and gaitars, with Tilton's celebrated improvement, told to close a eo Firtnership. This Invoiee comprises a large assortment of reach goods recently imported; vases, very costly In gilt and sliver decorations. Ac.; ornamented caroel and other lamps, richly decorated with standards; broate and ormolu clocks, eases, albums, writing desks, Ac.: escritoires of dif ferent patterns, variegated ribhoas, perfumeries, toilet and ether soaps, poinmades, acids, essences, medallion piaturoa, desks, saekets and other goods; also, the balance of toys and tan ey goods from the last week's sale, to dote a contben inent. Also, en Thursday, at 12 o'clock, two cluster die mond rings and one do. pin. without reserve, for aoconnt of the executors. ( Henry h. leeds. auctioneer -by h. a. LEEDS A CO ? Monday, April 25, ele-aat house hold furniture ? at half-past 10 o'olock, at No 59 Tenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, consisting of ro te ll cod suite* in crimson and maroea brocatel; do. in three colored <e.; best tapestry carpets and stair do.; splendid rosewood marble top oentre tables, beautiful marble lop ba rton side table, rosewood and mahocaay quartettes, aplca did mirrors, extra site; marble aad gilt bases for do., superb oil paiatings and tniravfngs, rich real fcrontet, ormluo c hands liers of beautiful patterns, brackets do., ehiaa aad glassware, silver plated do., superior oilcloth, mahogany ball aad hat stands, hall chairs, splendid sarved rosewood marble top tables diaing tablea, chain, quartette rosewood, mabogan v and Mack walnut bedroom furniture made to order: bedsteads, marble top dressing bureaus; marble ten washstands, mattresses, bolsters aad pillows of the hast make, wardrobes, secretary aad bookcases, window enr tains, lace do., rich gilt cornices, and one splendid roee wood 7 octave piano, made by 0. A B. Barmore, of exquisite tone and very highly finished. Also an assortment of kitchen furniture, with which the sale will commence. HENRY T. LEEDS, AUCTIONEER? LARGE AND PE remptory sale ef genteel household furniture, this day, April 18. on the premises, 11 Wooster street, near Ceaal, at 10J< o'elook. consisting of a splendid assortment of rose woad aad mahofany parlor faralture, pianoforte, oil paint ings. gilt frame mirrors, rosewood card, centre, side and sofa tablea, elegant laee enrtains and cornices, PrMek shades aad fixtures, mantel omunente, tapestry aad Ingrain oarpets, su perior rosewood aad mahogany bedsteads, do. do. bure?M aad washcUads, with marble tape, superior hair mat tree sea, palliasses, beds, bedding, diaing room faraitaro, exten jon tables, softs, spring seat ehairs, arm do., rockers, silver plated ware ef a superior guality, vis.: table rasters, cake baskets, spooas, forks, trays, Ad., falsi d cttlery, rick thisa and glass vara, Ae. MUM AT ivmoi. H1NRY T. 1.BWDS, AUCTIONOR. -A5Sl(iinU3> Ml* of maaataotured far*, tootau, tko ? case. aafe, cuitiag -boarda, Ac., on Friday. April 10 th, at 44J? Maiiou lane, at U o'clock. The above gooda are worth; the atten I tfou of the trade and private buyera. Full particulars here after. H WILSON, AUCTIONEER.? AUCTION NOTICE.? . I.arge hmiso sal* of furniture, tapeatry earpeta, pier rUmu, piauc forte*, eilvarware. Ac.? Thia day, at 10)? o'cVek pr-.cieely, at 169 West Twenty-fourth atreet. aeir Eighth avenue, comprising tbo boat selection offered at auc tion tbi* season. A portion of the oontenta la hero anbjoin ed ? Roaewooil pianoforte, fall 7 octavo, riehly carved oaao, ooat (400; aoiid roaewood broeatelle furniture, en auito, very ei pensively oarvod, and eovorod with the riofceat material, without regard to ooat; largo pier and oval mirrora, with marble alaba and gilt Irackcta to matoh; marbU top roae wood centre, aide, and aofa tablet: elegant roaewood eto f ere. marble top, with heavy plate naaa doora and back, mado to order, ooat $l2i; about 290 yards ta peltry earpeta, in ex cellent order; roaowood cerntr etegurea and eoraer atanda; Maura and heavily embroidered whito lace window eur tama; rich broeatelle curtain# and oouicua far fonr win dona; large Gothic reception and eaiy ohaira, in ailk and embroidered brocade; oil paintinga, among which may bo found a eboioo collection by modern arti'ts; French porce lain decoratiena and vaae*. finished and paintod in a high ?tate of perfection; heavy roaeweod and mahogany bed atoada, both of the no Jam and antique atylee. with very elegant marble top drcaaing bureaus and washatandato match; pure curled hair mattreaa?% beda, bolatera and pil Iowa; mahogany and maple ohaira, aofaa and loaagea; heavy mahogany ten loot s? tension table, black walnut do ; tea and dining table>, china tea aata. very exponaively deco rated; elosant mantol clooka; oommon crockery and glaaa ware in basement; a large aaaortment of silverware, apoona, forks; heavy plated casters, with cut bottle*; ailvtr tea ser vice, elegantly ehaaed and engraved; large salvers, with aolif ailver edgoa; beat cf ivory cutlery, Ac, JOSH I'll HECEMAN, AUCTIONEER. ? THCRSOA V, April 19, at eight o'olook A. M. precisely, at S3 Sanda street, bet* ecu Jay and Bridge atre ta, a Urge and general aaoortment of household turniture, roaewood parlor furni ture in maroon velvet, mahogany chamber turniture, tapea try, velvet and ingrain earpeta, oilclotha. oil paintinga, por trait of Waahirgtou, copy of Stuart'a original by Frothing hara; mattresses, beda and the uaual aaaortment el' kitchen furniture. Same day, at J o'olock P. M., at 190 Clinton atroet, between Baltic and Harriaon, aplendid roaewood par lor furniture in toyal purple velvet and hair e>oth, maho gany and enamelled marbie top chamber and dining riom furniture, tapeatry, Bruaarli and ingrain oarpeta; oilcloths, mantel clock, mattreeeea, bedding, cook stove and kitohon furniture. Tbia furniture ia in exoellent order, having been in use hut a ahort time- Catalogue! at the aalearooma. Same day. at 4>i o'clock, P.M., at No. ? Cheavcr slaeu, near Degraw atroat, Brooklyn, parlor furniture aa good aa MW. JL. VANDEWATER. AUCTIONEER.? STAN DARD ? roaea. Ac.? E. T. TURNER will aell, thia day, April lfth, at 10m o'clook, at the aalearoom 29 Naaaan atreet, a aplendid collection ot standard and dwarf atandard roaea, mosa, perpetual and running roaes>*lso, a fine aaaortment of dwarf pearl, applea, peachoa, apricota, Ao. ; also, aome very tine cumoliaa, grape vinea, Ac., m prime order. The above have been grown and imported by Mr. O. Marc, Astoria, L. I., and arc warranted genuine. JOHN L. VANDEWATER, AUCTIONEER. ? E. T. TUR NER will aell on Thursday, April 19th, at 11 o'olock, at tbo aalearoom 29 Naaaan atreet, a large and very fine assort meat of fruit treea, consisting of apple, pear, plum, cherry, quince, current, raspberry, silvery fir, arlior Jvitae, W'ty mouth pine. Also, ornamental treea, shruhbery, rosea, box for edging. The above are all in good order and have been taken up oxpreaaly for thia aale, JOHN W. SOM ERIN DYKE, AUCTIONEER -CON8TA ble'a calo.? By virtue of an execution.? Thia day, at Hfi Dusne street, second floor, one iron aafo nnd a lot of benchea, at 10 o'clock. CflAS. F. WATTS, Constable. JOHN W. SOMERINDYKE, AUCTIONEER-SPLE.Y did household torniture at auction, on Wedntaday, this day, at 96 Seventh atreet, at 10^ o'olock, con aisting of mahogany parlor furniture, aofat, arm ohaira, par lor chairs, velvet earpeta, lace ourtaina, pier mirrora, front and back, with mar'olo and braoketa, tinetanad piano, paint ing* of merit, framed pnnta, national lubject*, marble top centre and aide tablea, girandoles, inside window ahadoa, ottomans, divana, ornamental atanda, hall oiloloth, hat atanda, table, large map of the United iStatea, velvet stair carpets, flat roda, oiloloth, in aeoond hall, in (looping rooms, mahogany and iron bedateada, with hair mattreaiea, bed*. Ae., drexting and plain buraaua, atand and toilet aeta, and excellent aaaortment of kltohen furniture, with which the aale will commence. JOHN W. SOMERINDYKE, AUCTIONEER. ? AS tignee'a aale of book aooounta, Ac.? On Thuradav, April 19; at the auction room, 110 Centre atreet, corner of Frank lin street, at 9 o'cloek, all the book aooounta remaining un aettled of tiuk, Clancy A Co., eoal dealers, of tbia city, by order of EDWARD C. ASAY, assignee. JOHN W. SOMERINDYKE, AUCTIONEER.? MORT gage sale of machinery, lathes, tools, Ac., on Thursday. April 19, at No. 122 Liberty atreot, at 10 o'olook, vertical lathee, with pulleys and hangera; dHHing machine*, with frames; cutting or alabbing machines, turning lathee, rifle machine*, nut boring maenraea, double bead 8-foot lathe acrew making machine, cone making do., hand lathe* and trip hammer*, wreaobca. iron baatea, btackimith'a toola, acrew platea, hammers, fan vice*, anvil*, bellow*, Ac. JOHN W. SOMERINDYKE, AUCTIONEER. ? Sheriff's tale. ? By virtue of several executions. ? Stock of a fancy dry frond i store.? On Friday, April 20, at 10 ' ^ o'elock, at No. SM Bowery, a large (took of fancy goods, embroideries, laoei. edgings, insor tings, hosiery, veils, rib bons, collars, under sleeves, cambric handkerchiefs, gloves, (ilks, Ac., comprising a complete assortment of ladits' tar nishing goods. P. GILMOKE, Deputy Sheriff. J ABES COLE. AUCTIONEER.? /AMES COLE A SON wiil at auction on Thursday, April 19, at 10 % o'elock, at the residence of C. W. Bouck, Esq., at FUtbush,L . I., on the plank road, near Clove road, handsome rosewood, maho gany and enamelled turniture, large pier glasses, rich oar pets, beds, bedding, china and glass ware, Ac , Ac. Also, home, carriaxe, Ac. Termsoaah, bankable money. Cata logues to be had at the offices of the auctioneers, 43 Fulton street, Brooklyn, and 18 Nassau street, N . York. The Flu buib stages leave the Fnlton ferry every few minutes. LI HOFFMAN, AUCTIONEER.? GREAT SALE OF ? tine old winee, brandies, Ac., Ae., Ae. THOMAS HOPE A CO. will offer for sale at auction, their entire stock of wines, brandiei and liquors of every description, including some very flue old brandies, ram, gin, Ao. Rare old Madeira?, slurries and port ; also, champagne, claret, hook and other wines ; French and German liquors ; London porter, Scotoh ale, Ae., on Saturday next, 21s; April, at the store of L. M. HOFFMAN A CO., No. Ill Pearl street, at which place catalogues will be ready oa Friday. The whole to be delivered from the store of THOMAS HOPE A CO., or to any part of the city or neighboring districts, through which their wagons pass, nee of charge. Mark wray. auctioneer.? cabinet maker s stoek at auotion, on Thursday. April 19, at 10% o'clock, at the store corner of Broome and Mcreer streets.? M. Wray will sell as above the entire stock of J. Summer, ene of the most celebrated manufacturers of elegaiit tnrniture in the city, conpriiivg rosewood parlor suits in muslin, side, een tre, pier and fancy tables, with marble tops; secretaries aad bookcases solas, lounges, wardrobes, rosewood, mahogany and walnut bedsteads, rich Gothic ball chairs, hat stands, maboxany and walnut bureaus, washitands, Ac., the whole of which must positively be sold. MB. BUTLER, AUCTIONEER-PUBLIC ADMINIS . trator's sale? On Thursday, April 19, at 10 o'clock, at Ml Ana street, second flotr, the effect* of Carl Edward Hop PC. Nicholas D. Sherman, and other intestates, consisting of 100 swords, dirks, pistols, tabic cutlery, pocket, sho? and tuteliar knives, raiors, scissors, saws, hammars and screws. Also, a quantity of port monnaies, furniture, bedding, cloth ing, trunks, chests, Ac, By order of Peter B. Sweeny, Pub lic Administrator. P SCARES, BERNSTEIN A PHILLIPS, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, No. 51 Liberty street, one doer trom Nassau, will give their personal attention to sales of real estate, stooks, ves sel*, aad mortgages, at public and. private sale, and to the sale dt auction of cargoes, household furniture, minting*, statuary, wirks ot art. Jewelry, Ae., aad to ent door sales generally. Money liberally advanced en real eitate, stocks, vessels, furniture, Ac., left on sale with u*. l oan* negotiated. PHILir R. WILKINS, AUCTIONEER-PHILIP R. Wilkin* will sell at auction on Thursday, April 19th at 10 o'olock, at 2*8 Went Nineteenth street, all the furni ture contained in said house, consisting in part of mahoga ny nt.d rosewood parlor turniture, riolily embroidered laco curtains, mafcorany French bedsteads, bureaus, dressing bureaus, tapestry, Brus-els and ingrain carpets, oilcloths, Ac. Also, a seven octave rosewood pianolorte, made by Lighto A Neaton; is in perfect ordor, and a superior instru ment. Catalogues can be bad at the office of the auctioneer, No. 2 Broad street. PLANTS AT AUCTION ? W. S. McILLVAlN WILL Mil this day at 10% o'clock, at the seed stare, 7 John street, a splendid assortment of perpetual, monthly, climb ing and moss rosea, (ia and out of pota) honev suckles, jessa mines. grape vines, carnations, pink*, verbena*, aabliaa, gladiolus, tuberoses, Ac., Ac., direct trom the garden oa morning of sale, from Peter Henderson, Jersey City. Cat aloguM, PAWNBROKER'S SALE ?A. M. CRLSTALAR, AUC tionoer, 23 Bowery, will sail, this day. at 10% o'olock, men's ar.d women s wearing apparel, consisting of silk dreams, capes, mantillas, boots aad shoos, tools, guns and pistols, watchcs and jowolry, Ao., Ac., by order of J. Salo mons, Grand street. RC. KEMP, AUCTIONEER-FANCY FOWLS -R. ? C. Kemp will sell at auction, t his day, at 10% o'elock, at 66 Nassau street, two doors from Fnlton, twenty cages of Shanghae. Poland, black Spanish, bantam, aad other fowls, ducks, Ao., comprising some of the moat rare and beautiful varieties; also a few dozen of eggs, carefully pack ed for transportation. RC KEMP. AUCTIONEER?? F I R ST CLASS CABI ? net ft rnitura, by order of the assignee, at ttc ware rooms, 821 Broadway.? R. C. KEMP will tall at anotioa, on Friday, by order of the assignee, at the wareroems 321 Broad way, next above the CI tr Hospital, the entire stoek of oas of oar first class city cabinet maker*, removed to this ware room for convenience of sale; nnd consists of a very beauti ful assortment of superior rosewood, mahogany, oak and walnut parlor, dining room, and chamber furniture, to which the particular attention of onr friends andnurchasers gener ally ia invited, vis: elegant suites of earvea rosewood parlor furniture, covered in rich two and three colored satin damask aad brocatelle; also in haircloth, aaJ same an&aished in mus lin, ready to be covered; sofas, tete a totes, sewing chairs, me dallion back parlor ohairs, richly carved rosewood oentro aad pier tab!*!, fancy table, armours with mirror doors, richly carved rosewood and oak etnserea and side hoards, library and secretary bookcases, parlor secretaries, cabiaeta, ward robes, extension dining tables, oak dining room forniturs en suite, richly painted aad enamelled onamher furniture, beautifully carved rosewood and mahogany bedsteads, bu reaus and washitaads, hair mattresses, hall stands and rhairs, ir.ahogsny sofas and chairs in variety, and other ar tieles, all of which are well worthy the notlee of housekeep ers. Goods purchased to go out of the oity can be packed for shipping at a reasonable charge, or fan remain oa storage until tne first of May. Catalogues oa tho morning of sale RW. LATHAM, AUCTIONEER.? J. THOMPSON'S . auction sales, on Wednesday, April IS, at the Mer chants' Exehaago, at 13% o'clock. $23,000 Virjrtaia 6 per csnt bonds, coupons, semi annually in ? 3.MJ0 Louisiana 0 per coat bonds, do. do. $20,(100 Missouri ? per cant bonds, do. do. *3,000 J-ouiaiana 0 per cent bonds, do. do. $2 not Louisiana fi par csnt bonds, do. in New Orleans. 910,000 Cleveland and Toledo Railroad 7 per oent bonds, in terest in New York lit March and 1st September, 4ue in 1P6&. 91,600 Cle^a' and and To'odo Railroad 7 per eeat dividend bonds, issued April. 1866; interest April aad October, in Now Yorh.due la Ml $2,000 New York and Harlem Railroad 7 per coat 2d mort gage bond*, interest February and August in Now York, due In 1864 93,000 Lake Erie, Wabash and St Louis Railrsad 7 per oent 1st mortgage boads, interest February aad August la Now York, dueln 1884. $?,OTO Cleveland, PaintviRe aad Ashtabula Railroad 7 per eeat mortgage bonds, interest Jaauary aad July in Phila delphia. 20 shares Mercantile Tiro Insurance Company of Mow York, M0 each. . _ Ail oairekasee must be paid ?*r oa or before one e'okek of tho day after the sale. " Whon purchases are made H r ao oeunt of parties oat of the oity. tea per eeat will ho re quiro4 en the day ef sale, a*d six days' grace giro* (adding interest) on tho balance, ffco accrued latareet will go to tho purchaser, the same as at the BeeJd of Lrakers, except when otherwise stated, OflM Mo. I Wall ftreot. lAUM AT Atll f? . RUMBLL W. IfclSTCOTT, AU CTION IKK.? C LAY furnace* *1 anttioa.-R V. WESTCOTT will sell Uii day, V* eiluudtT, tl IS oclook preoisely, 1.JU0 clay IVIMH, at <21 Hudson street, oorner of Jane. Tbey ere of ?11 sises, and suited to tbc retail trade tor grocers, Ac. They will be told i> loU to luit purchasers, u4 must be romovod immediately from the premises. Sri.ENDlD HOISEUOLD FURNlTUKE.-JOliN L. VAN L>E WATER will I ell. on Thursday. April 19, at 10% o'clock, at 79 Seventh street, the furniture in said house, consisting of? Front parlor? Rio b carved rosewood unit, covered in satin brocade; sofa, tete-a-tete, two arm and four parlor chairs, oil paintings, large she gilt frame pier glass, with marble slab and brackets; rosewood corner etc gere, handsomely carved; fancy ok aim, carved marble top rosewood centre and sofc tables, rich china vaaes, cande'.a bras. 30-day mantel clocks, elegant satin damask curtains, lined and interlined with lace do., Brussels tapestry car pets. Back parlor? One carved rosewood suit, oovered in satin brocatefle; rosewood oarved centre table, pier glass, paintings, mantel ornaments, clocks, Brussels tapestry car pets, Ae. Dining room ? Large gilt Rime mirrors, 30 yards Brussels tapestry carpet, oak extension table, oak chairs, one rich china dinner sst, do. tea set, paintings, oak etegere, silver plated ware, eut glass ware, Ac., Ae. Bedroo a furni ture? Rosewood and mahogany bedsteads, bureaus, marble top waslutands, wardrobes, chairs, paintings, cottage snits, Brussels carpets, oval gilt frame uilriws, clocks, mantel ornaments, oandelabras, hjronse candiespcks, Ac., Ac., to gether with an assortment of basement furniture. All the above furniture was manufactured to order by Stoney, Boux A Hntehings. STANDARD ROSES AT AUCTION.-JOHN L. VAN DEWATER will sell, on Thursday, April 19, at 10% o'clock, at salesroom, 12 Maiden lane, a large assortment or standard and half standard roses, perpetual Moomors, mosses, climbing and running rosea, peoniee of the Itneet va rieties adapted to our climate, and all warranted true to name. Sekcted with grea* care, without regard to cost, by D. Bell, florist, corner of Brua, iway and Fiftieth street. SHERIFF'S SALE OF COATING? ON WEDNESDAY. A ) ril 18, 1866, at 10 o'clock A. X., at JIO Broadway, of fourteen pieces coating. Tunis morrell, auctioneer-jewelry-this morning, 10% o'clock, at 81 Nesiau street, about 200 lots of gold and plated\jewelry, embraeing linger rings, pen cil cases, gold pen and cases, earrings, breast pins, watch keys, obaTns, watches, and also faaoy goods, portmonnaies; after which, a large catalogue of furniture. THOS. BELL, AUCTIONEER? BY BELL A BUSH? This day, at 10% o'clock, in our salesrooms, 27 Centre street, will be sold a lot of valuable tools and maohinery, lathe, paint mills, vice, and other articles for a tinman and smith. Immediately Mter which will be sold aheautifol stock of toys and fancy goods, jewelry, dry goods; the stook also of a watch and clock maker, thirty beautiful clocks, show casei. Ac. Sale positive. TERRENCE BOYLE, AUCTIONEER, STORE 4ii CEN tre street, will sell, this day, at 10 o'elook, the building that stands en the lot 177 Elisabeth street, to the highest bidder, and it must be removed before the 1st of Bay. Also all the furniture, beds, bedding, oarpets, now in said house. This day, the attention of the public is called to the tale at auotion, by BAKER A WEEKS, on Wednesday, April lh, at 12 o'clock, M., at the Merchants' Exchange, of lis valuable building lots, situated on Broad way, Irving plaoe, Fifth avenue, Ac. The terms will be libe ral to the purchaser. Maps may be had at the office of the auctioneers, No. 1 Pine street, corner of Broadway. mo MILLINERS AND STOREKEEPERS.? OUT DOOR X standing show cases at auction.? A large lot of splendid new style, for exhibiting goods outside, will be sold on Thursday, April 19 at 10% o'clock, by BELL A BUSH, 12 North William street. VALUABLE PROPERTY AT YONKER3.? A TWO story house and two lots, will be sold at auction on Thursday, April 26th, at 10 A. M., on the premises. Lots each 23 by 160 feet, and a grapery sixty feet long. These premises aro oomplete, and a great bargain may be antici pated, as they are to be sold. Terms one third cash, balanse in one or t *o years. JOHN THOMPSON. ?ELVET CARPETING AT AUCTION-THIS MORN ing, at 10% o'clook, at til Nassau street, daring the sale of rioh and plain fnrnitnre, pianofortes, jewelry, china, mat tresses, china ware, glass ware, I will sell, by sample, twelve pieces of English velvet carpeting, by pieces from 27 to 40 yards, by catalogue. TUNIS MORRELL, Auotioncer. VALUABLE SEAL ESTATE IN THE CITY Or BROOK lyn, adjoining Fulton ferry, belonging to the Corpora tion of the City of New York, to be sold at publio auotion. Public notice is hereby given, That, by virtue of the pow ers vested in the Commissioners of the sinking Fond of the City of New York, by an ordlnanoe of the Common Council, passed February 2jd, 1844, and an act of the Legislature of this State, passed May l3th, 1846, the Commissioners of the Sink ing Fund will offer fer sale, at publio auction, on Thursday, April 19tb, 1866, at noon, at the Merchants' Exchange, in the city of New York, the following lots, together with the bnildings thereon, situated in the city of Brooklyn, vis. : ? 1. Lot and building therein, (four story brisk store,) No. SI Fulton street. Map No. 8. 2. Lot and building thereon, (four story brick store and dwelling,) No. 27 Fulton street. Map No. 6. 3. Lot and bnilding thereon, (four story brick store and dwelling,) No. 31 Fulton street. Map No. 3. 4. Lot and buildings thereon, (frame building, now used as a livery stable and dwelling,) fronting on Water street, near corner of Fulton street. Map No. 9. 6. Lot and building thereon, (briok building now nsed as a livery stable.) fronting on Water street, adjoining the above mentioned let. Map No. 10. 6. Lot and buildings thereon, (brick livery stable and eld frame dwelling,) fronting on Water street, and adjoining the above mentioned lot. Map No. 11. The following lots, also in Breoklvn, fronting on Water street, near Fulton terry, together with the buildings there on, will be leased on bids, at public auction, for five years, from May 1st, 1866, at the same time and place, vis. : 7. Lot, map Nos. 12 and 14, with three story frame bnild ing, occupied as a hotel. 9. Lot, map No. 16, with three story frame building, occu pied as a butcher shop, Ac. t. Lot, map No. 18, with three story frame bnilding and blacksmith's shop. 10. Lot, map No. 19, old frame bniMing nsed as a black smith's stiop. Also, will be offered for sale, at the same time and plaeee eight lots of ground belonging to tbc Corporation of th' olty of New York, located at Manhattanville, in the city of New York, the same being the block bounded by the Hud son River Railroad, Twelfth avennc, 130th and 131st atreets. Maps of the property to be sold and loased may be ob tained at the Comptroller's office. No. 6 Hall of Records. terms or MALM. Ten per cent of the purchase money and ex-penses of sale, for tbelots sold, to be paid at the time and place of sole; thirty per cent on the 2d day of May next, when tho deeds will be ready for delivery; and sixtv per cent, if de ired, may remain on bond ana mortgage for five years from the 1st day of May. 1866, at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable half yearly. Full warranty deeds will be given. fen percent on the yearly rent bid, and the expenses of sale and lease, for tbe property leased, to be paid at the time and place of sale, (to be applied on the first quarter's rent,) ana the rent to be paid quarter yearly, on the usual quarter days. All repairs to be done by the lessees, who Will also be required to pay all taxes and assessments during the continuance of their lease. FERNANDO WOOD, Mayor. JAS. M. SMITH, Jr.<, Recorder. A. C. FLAGO, Comptroller. F. W. EDMONDS. Chamberlain. ANSON HERRICK, Chairman Fi nance Com. Board of Aldermen. J. C. WAN DELL, Chairman Finance Ccm. Board of Couneilmen. Cemmissionere of Sinking Fund. Department of Finance, Comptroller's office, ) New York, March 19th, 1866. S Wll. IRVING, AUCTIONEER ? HANDSOME HOUSE hold furniture.? William Irviog A Co. will sell, at suction, to-day, (Wednesday,) April 18, at 1(% o'oUolc, at No. 6 University plaoe, Brussels and in ? rain carpets, rose wood and mahogany furniture, in hair cloth; sofas, arm ohalrs and ohairs; rose rood furniture, in brooa telle; ma hogany marble top contra tables, pier tables, mantel orna ments, pier glasses, hrocatelle window curtains, with laoe undercurtains; oilcloths, Brussels carpets, mahogany and French bedsteads, hair mattresses, mahopany and marble top dressing bureaus, marble top waahstands, cottage bed steads, leather beds, bolsters and pillows, toilet sets, ma hogany dining and tea tables, mirrors, window shades, Ac., together with a general assortment of kitchen furniture. WILLIAM IRVING, AUCTIONEER.? ROSES, SEEDS, Ao. ? Wm. Irving A Co. will sell, at anction, to-day, (Wednesday,) April 18, at 10}? o'clock, at the salesrooms No. h Pine street, roses, Ao., from the nursery of J. B. Mantel, Astoria, consisting of standard, half-standard, dwarf, perpe tual on their ownroots, perpetual bloomers, moss, Uourbm, noisette, bybrid, Baltimore belle, cloth of gold, prairie qui en, Rnssel cittage, and other line varieties of roses, im ported two yeara ago and hare since been trowing ia the nursery of Mr. Mantel; also, a large assortment of fruit trees, comprising pear trees in great variety, apricot trees, quince trees, Ao.; also, a fine collection of tree peonies, Ac. ; all trom the nursery or J. B. Mantel, taken out of the ground on the morning of sale. Also, lfl.WW pickaxes of as sorted flower seeds, or all the various varieties. Also, two casks bulbs, from the nursery of E. M. Bissel, Oxford, N. H. WILLIAM IRVING AUCTIONEER. ? HANDSOME ft household furniture.? WILLIAM IRVING k CO., will sell at auction on Wednesday, April 18, at 10 If o'clock, at No. 8 Crosby street, mahogany sofas in hair cloth, with nrm chairs, rockers, and parlor ehaira to match; pa >. .r macbe tables, gilt trame mirrors, girandoles, or molu and china ornaments, mahogany oentre tables, mahogany six andthree fourths octave pianoforte, made by Stodard, wor cester A Dunham: lace window curtains, mahogany sofa bedsteads, tapestry, Brussels aad ingrain carpets, inahoga ay and black walnut French bndsteads, marble topdreessme bureaus, waahstands, mahogany workstands, elegant suits painted and enamelled oottage furniture, mahogany ward robes, hair mattresses, feather beds, bolsters and pillows, palliasses, counterpanes, blankets, quilts, sheets, Ao.: win dow shades, couches, cottage bedsteads, cane seat chairs, toilet sets, black walnut extension dining tables, mirr""*, mahogany hair seat chairs, oil paintings and engravings ?i ? ver plated ware, china dinner and tea seta, glass ware, cm lery, table linen, oilcloth, hat stands, Ac;, together with a large and general assortment of kitchen furniture, stoves, Ac. ILLIAM IRVING. AUCTIONEER - HOUSEHOLD furniture.? WILLIAM IRVING A CO.. will 'sell at auction,. on Thursday, April 19, at 10 >? o'oloek, at :? Morton stre?t, Brussels and ingrain carpets, suite black walant n*rl?r fnrititnra *overed In hair iloth; tete a tetoa, sofas, arm >p centre table, divans, mahogany book case and secretary, mahogany dining tables, crockery and glass ware, silver plated ware, mahogany tea tables, ma hogany French bedsteads, black walnut bedsteads, dressing bureaus, washatanda, hair mattresses, feather beds, bolster* and pillows, toilet sets, dressing tables, oil cloths, hat stands, pier tables, rockers, Ac., together with an assort ment of kitchen fvrniture. TTTILLIAM IRVING, AUCTIONEER ? HANDSOME Tv household furniture.? WILLIAM IRVING A CO. will sell at auction, on Thursday. April 19, aa 1(1 y% o'clock, at 8(5 Twelfth street, handsome household furniture, all made to order by C. A. Bandoine, consisting of tapestry Brussels carpets, suites of elegant carved mahogany parlor furniture, covered in hair cloth: sofas, parlor chairs, arm and sewing oh airs, Egyptian marble top eentre tables, Ac.; sofa tables. Chinese tables, ormolu chandeliers and oandelabvas, One oil paintings and engravings in rioh gilt frames, Genoese chairs, mabogonv sewing tables, quartette do., mahogany dining tables, china gilt and decorated dinner and tea sets, stiver ware, cut glass ware, carved rosewood octave pianoforte, suites of elegant carved mahogany bedroom furniture, French bedsteads, marble top dressing b area us and wachstanda, in grain carpets, toilet sets, hair jnattieeees, feather beds, bolsters and pillows, oottage bedsteads, cane seat arm chairs, couches, maple bedsteads, Brussels stair carpet, oil doth, bat stands, ball ehairs, Ac. Also, a general assortment of kitchen furniture. ea^enJahogan^arlo^urnini^^^Bai^loIn^onsETlng of sofas, parlor chairs, arm chairs, Ac., mahogany marble Up eentre tables, mahogany card tables, quartette tables, elcranHNjcnc^lat^lc^iasscs^mahc|anjMgo*^tabIss, elegant ormolu girandoles, mahogany JUSJMI ITACCWH. W ?- jnXOB, AUCTIONEER-BY HOUGHTON a A MEiXO*.? This day (Wedataday), at 10* O'cloek tMk day, at the lucruomi of Mum. McGraw A Allendorpb, 466 Broadway, embracing the balaace ' M eoatly uid alabarately tarrrd furaiture, ?f the Mm* i>4 MM trmitd stylee u? in aae. We Invite ewr niurou tnenda ud the public to thw this really Wwtiful collection previous to the sale, and the* can root aewuved tha aale will k? peremptory, as they are closing the UeeMeis. Hotel proprietor*, marolianta, and thoae who are about refumtahiug Irit elMe hooa<a, woald profit by at tending thie sal*. (very facility on the premise* for paok i*( ?a? (hipping. Articles pnrohaaed at tola aale uaa re main in the (tor* until the frat of May. The a took coniiata in part, via.: twenty inperb richly decorated and enamelled chamber suits. of the lateat atylaa and designs: parlor fur niture. including carved rosewood furniture in suits, in mualin. Ac., of the lateat deaigni and itylee; roaewood par lor aecretary ud bookoMC, lined with aatinwood, coat $3KJ; rich centre, pier and aide tab ee; beautiful roaewood ote Kcrei, with mil ror door a and backa. Chamber lurniture ? Elaborately carved roaewood bedateada, bureau* ami wash atanda to match, with marble tope. Alio, mahogany and walnut auita; chamber furniture to match; together with hall furniture, of every ityle and detiin, including roae wood and mahogany hall atanda, hall tabled, with and with out marble topa, hall chair*, 4e.; together with a large aa aortment of plain furniture, via.: mahogany tete a-utel, arm ehairi, rookeri, divana, ottomana, card tablea, plain walnut and mahogany exteniioa dining table*, oorner atanda, otegeree, mueio atanda, fancy tablea, light atanda, Ac. Ciataloguei now ready. ?VST 8. HELL OR, AUCTIONEER? BY HOUGHTON A TV . HELLO R thia day, April 18, at 10K o clock, at 139 Waat Eleventh street, near Sixth avenue, household fur niture, comprising mahogany pianoforte, made by Holder, of Now York; gilt frame mirrors, Brusaele and Mgrain car, peti. tote a tetes, eentie tablea, beditcada, tlreiaini; bureau! waahatandi, aeveral hair mattreasea, French bedsteadr, oor ner at and, Ac. Alao, atair car pet a, window enrtaia*, Ac., together with tke usual variety of baaomont and kitchen furniture. Term a eaah. Deposit required of all pnreliaiera. WS. MELLOR, AUCTIONEER-BY HOUGHTON A ? MELLOR, to morrow, Thursday, at 10)^ o'clock, at the aalearoom 113 Nassau street. Large aale of superior made first claaa cabin< t lurniture, superior toned seven oc tave rosewood pianofortes, made by New York makers, French plate pier and oval mirrors, in richly ornamented frames; cabinet furniture will conaist in part of several rooewood parlor suites of furniture, covered in two and three oelored French aatin broeatelle: also, suites in plush and hair cloth, carved rosewood marble top centre, piur aud aide tablei; scrotal superior made extonsicn dining tablea 14 feet long, with box and leaves; rloh bookcases ana secre taries. lined with latin wood; several French mantel closks, Cri inlaid American clocks, carved rosewood bedsteads, eaus and wasl. stands to match; enamelled chamber fur niture an suite, complete, with marble tops and laudsoapo painted, mahogany, gothio and French bediteads, bureaus aad washatanda, carved hall and reception chairs, oarved hall stands in great variety, easy, voltair and spring seat narlor chaira, cane seat cottage do., carved oak sideboards, drawing roam and library chairs in oak, together with an endless variety of articles in tbe cabinet furniture line; also twenty hair matt resaea and palliases. Also at 12 o'clock, several fine toned pianoforte* fully warranted. The ?ale will commence on the second floor, with a large lot of house hold furniture from a family breaking up housekeeping, worthy the attention ol the trade. WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL T11I3 day at 10 o'clock, at 41 Jay street, all the genteel parlor, chamber and kitchen furnitnre in the above house, including a rosewood piano, paintings, stoves, dining room furniture. WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL THIS day, 2 o'clock In the afternoon, at 187 Canal street, all the genteel household furniture of Daniel Demarst, de ceased, consisting of sofas, [chairs, center and tea tables, pier and oval mirrors, carpets, oil cloth, mahogany and oot tige bedsteads, hair and other mattresses, a large quantity of bedding, bureaus, washstanda, toilet sets, wardrobes, dining and kitchen furniture, together with silver, china and glass ware: also, one gold watch and chain. By oriler of JOHN DEIIAR.ST, Executor. Sale peremptory for cash WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL ON Thursday, at 10 o'clock, at the dwelling house, 149 Mercer atteet, all tbe handsome lurniture in the above ho us.'; an elegant suite of roaewood furniture in brocade, window curtains, pier and other mirrors, tapestry, 3 ply and other carpets, mahogany and other bedsteads, superior hair mat tresses, bolsters, pillows, beddinr, marble top dressing bureaus, washatands, toilet ware, dressing tables, together with all the furniture of a well famished bouse of fourteen rooms. WILLIAMSBURG AUCTION NOTICE? JOSEPH W. HAVEN, Auctioneer, will sell on Thursday, April 19, at 10}? o'clock, all the furniture in house No. 5 South Eighth street. N. B.-^Two tete-a-tetes, plush seat rooker, ditto easy chair, mahogany bookcase, mahogany couch, roaewood and blaok walnut chairs, splendid montel clock, colt C126; earpota, oilolotha, crockery and glass ware, and a variety of other furniture. One splendid fancy op jn car riage, cost $300, suitable for a small family; ladies' aud gen tlemen's saddles, bridle*, Ae. Sale positive. INSURANCE. ST. NICHOLAS INSURANCE COMPAn?? OFFICE Eighth avenue, corner ot Fourteenth street, aad 12 Wall street. ? April 12th, 1865. ? An election for Directors of the St. Nicholas Insurance Company wai held on the 10th in itftit, Mid" James A. Stevens, Israel Minor, James C. Hallook. Edward A. Cook, Hanford Smith, T. W. Reeves, Richard Moore, John C. Dimmick, were elected, in tbe place ot the class of directors whose term of office expired on that day. The following if the Board of Direetora for tbe ensuing year:? William Winalow, Richard Moore, Weo. W. Cornell, Chas. B. White, Israel Minor, David Green. Edward A. Cook, T. W. Reeves, Wm. J. Brisley, Js*. C. llallook, Elijah Ward, Jas. A. Stevens, John C. Dimmick, E. C. Sanderson, Henry D. Crane, Wm. A.Wheeler, Henry Dubois, M H. Moat, Geo. N. Van Nort, H. B. Bolster, 'Stephen W. Jones, David S. Jarvis, G. H. Striker, Jr., H. Dean, J. R. Del Vecohio, John S. Meyer, George R. Howell, John Denham, G. S. Mott, Ieaae Hendricks. John Waite. Andrew Ward, At a meeting f the Board of Directors, held on the 11th initant, WI>*UM WISiSLOW was unanimously elected President WM. S. S LOCUM. Secretary WEBSTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF THE City of New York. ? Office, 107 Broadway. ? Cash capi tal, $190. 000. ?Will insure buildings, merohaudiie, and per sonal property generally against damage by fire, cn as fa vorable terms as any other ompany. DIRECTORS. D. D. Winant, R. J. Bell, Jas. H. Prince, John Bauchor, Harvey Burdell, 1.. D. Hart, Jas. C. Forrester, Dennis Harris, S. A. Prince, J. C. Howard, W. K. Winant, Thomas Gilbert, R. G. Holmes, C. S. Westoott, Abram C. Bell. A. BlaisdcH, Chas. L. Cornish. D. D. WINANT, President. A. Blaiidell, Secretary. COPARTNERSHIP MOTICKS <C/1 HfiA ? * partner wanted in the livery ?prt,vUV/. business, doing an extensive trade, situated in tb? central part ol' the city, stocked with horses, eoashes, wogons, sleighs an.d everything of the v?ry best, and the larger part new; this is on* or the oldest livery stables in Mew York; room for fifty horses, and well patronized with livery licries. This is a chance seldom offered in the above business to a man that can command the above amount; or the whole will be sold together. A partner preferred. Ad dresi, with real name and business, as no other will be an swersd, for one week, 1/1 very, Herald office. <UQ nnn 10 *6,000.-1 WANT to find a man JpO.vUU who has this amount in cash, and wants to invest the same in a good business, where un opportunity sfTorda for extra remuneration for capital and services. 1 want more capital to pat the business through to meet the demand. Address B. C., box 187, Herald office. 4H nnn ?THE advertiser, having been in ?PX.UUU. the retail lamp, crockery and china trade, for btmFClf, for the last seven years, is desirous of changing, and enuring the wholesale *r manufacturing business of some kind. Can turnish tbe above capital, and the very best of references as to character, Ac. Address, for a few days only, B. A. C., Herald office. d?r?nn ?WANTED, A PARTNER IN A GOOD CASH ipUUU. paying business, that has been established for the last fourteen years, requiring no oapital to carry on the business; or, would pay waves to the right kind of a man. Apply immediately to C. G. THOMPSON, 81 Nassau street, room 7. <fc?nn ?ANY YOUNG MAN HAVING THIS AMOUNT fUUU. can join the advertiser in first a class business, al ready established. Ihe business needs ouly to be demon strafed to satisfy that a fortune can be mado. Please ap ply, personally, after 9 A.M., at 740 Broadway, third floor, room No. 6. ?PARTNER WANTED, IN A GENTEEL, OLD ipOUU. established and profitable cash business; this amount is required to buy out a partner who is retiring. C. B. HOWES A Co. 84 Nassau street. d>QA/\ ?ANY GENTLEMAN HAVING THIS ipZUUi amount, anil wishing to embark in a highly re speotable exhibition, from which a lar.-f fortune can be rea lised, will hear of an oppnrtunity that is seldom offered. Please call personally on Prof. ADRIAN, at the Smithsonian Broadway, from 10 to 3 House, 604 I A PARTNER WANTED IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS, at tbe stables 136 and 138 Amos street, which oontain forty stalls. If pteterred, will sell the stock with six years' lesae. This is a rare chanoe as the proprietor has other lu siness to attmd to. Apply on the premites. A LADY HAVING A HOUSE WELL ESTABLISHED A. as a boarding house, wishes to meet with a lady having JSUO or $400 to invest, and beoome ao eqnal partner. Por particulars address, with real nam* and plaee of residence, A. M.. Herald office. COPARTNERSHIP.? WANTED -A PERSON HAV ing from five to ten thousand dollars, in cash, may hear of a good opportunity to enter a business already establish ed and now doing a good trade. One acquainted with the manufacturing or fanoy got da business prefered. Address Taney Goods, Herald office. Dissolution of copartnership.-thi firm of Murray A Patoa is this day dissolved. The busi ness ot the firm will be settled under the joint signature of the undersigned. D. A. B. MURRAY, of Glasgow, per Robert Lethbridge, Attorney. ROBERT PATON. New York, April 10, 1866. VfOTICE? THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX J.1 isting between Gustav A. Morgenroth aadlNioholas Loeb beler, has this day been, by mutual consent, d I* solved Tbe business will be carried on by the undersigned, at their for mer manufactory of pianofortes. 228 Third avenue. NICHOLAS LOEBBELER. X> A RTNERSH1P NOTICE.? THE PARTNERSHIP FIRM of George W. Qninby. of which Waiter Bowne, Sear., ? "saeeial partner," having become dissolved by the ,.fc ?> Ik. a general partner," the undersigned have formed a partnership un<fer the fine of '' Qninby Field k Bewae," and will eoatiaue the business of dealing In slaugh ter bides, fat, call skins, Ac., at the , old ?Un^ N^ lM Elisabeth street. URI^H FIEL^ >T' New York. Apt 11 12, 188S. WA LTER BOH NK, Jr. PARTNERSHIP.-A BUSINESS MAN HAVING AT his command two or three thousand dollars, ia wanted to Join la extending a well esiablished business where money may be made. Address A. B. C., box 121 Herald office. P? ABTNER W ANTRD. ? TWO HOTELS, ONE IN THE oKy, established seven years since, and kept by the present proprietor up to this time; the other is in Jersey, witkia a short drive of tbe city and bnHt less thaa a year since, surrounded by a grove and the most delightful seete ry which ean be imagined. The hoase is splendid in exteri or, aad is very commodious. The owaer aad proprietor la unable to attend to both aa is aeeessary, aad therefore wishes a gentleman to Join him. One who can give good re ference as to good disposition, Ac., aad command ti.OOO or W.000, will be accepted as a full partner in both establish ments. Apply at 314 Greenwieh street. rE CO PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING between the sabscribers, under the lira of C. D. Jones A Co., for tbe traasaction of the general turn ace, range aad stove business, expired oa the 1st of January, ISM, but will be continued until May 1st, 1NV1. CYRUS D. JONES. New York, April Id. ISM. EBENEZER WHEELER. WANTED? A PARTNER IN A WELL ESTABLISHED gissssj, doiag a good busiaees, aad situate in a leading thoroughfare of the city. Aay person with a capital ef|l,M or 12,0m will Aad a great bargain by addressing Store. Bfoal way Fee* 0?>. I TTH>* LlTBRfOOL. ? DM TED STATES MAIL BTBAH-I X Ate BALTIC. Jos. J. Comstock. Knuita. TUal ?KwAlp will depart ?itb the United State* Mill tel lum (tiitlTtl) on Wedneiday, April 16, it Me'eloekB. troB du berth, it tbe foot of Ctaal itrtH. Ver (Might M ' aoeommcdatiea* t*C W|t(r' K.COLLINS, M Wall street. passage, having OBCqualled aCSCMSasdatieaa far sletaao'l ~4"^'P%\aRDI.C0LLI TH1 Passeagers are rsuuested to bo on board at 11U e'eloek A.I H. The steamship Paeifie will saeoeed the Baltie, aad mA| May 2. Shipper* please take ootioe that the ships ef tHll line eannot carry any good* contraband ef war. II NEW TORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STAl . _ Mail Steamer*.? The ships composing thie iiae arc Ull folio wise? 1 ATLANTIC. Oapt. Wert. BALTIC, Cart- Comitoek. PACIFIC, (.'apt. Nye. ADRIATIC, Capt ?? . Theee ships have bees built by contract, ei pried* f** gov ernment service. Every care ha* keen taken in their ??* ?traction, a* also la their engines, to Mint strength and epced. aad their accommodations for pii>nin ai*MWMl led for elegance aad eoinfert. Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, la first clad eabia, 1130; In wctll de., >70; exclusive uec of extra else atatcroorai, IM; baa Lrt-, erpool to New Tork 90 and JO guineaa. Aa ei per eased sar-l pea attached to eaoh ahlp. N* berth feeaod aaWl paM| rtoroau ditbi or inun. _ ?*o* HEW tork. raoM uramooa. , WedBMday. March ?....18W Saturday, March J 18N ? ednosday, April 4....14U Saturday, March 17 IMS H ednecday, AprU 1H....18S5 Saturday, March 31 18ML Wedaeaday, May 2 ? ltwa Saturday, April Id 18MH WedD?cday, May M . . . IMS Saturday, April 28. . . . .ISuH Wednesday, May 3U....1C36 Saturday! T..7. j~" for freight or passage apply to KDW'D K. COLLINS, No. 36 Wall street, New Tcrk. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO-, Liverpool. , STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 27 Aaatta rrairs, Leadea. B. 0. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Pari*. 1 GEORGE H. DRAPER, Havre. The owaers of these ship* will aot be aeccnatabla for goidJ silver, bullioa, specie, jewelry, precious stone* or aotale, ?esc bill* ef lading are sigaed therefor, aad the vain rcof therein expressed. Shipper* please lake notice that the ship* ef thie lime eaa aot carry any goods coatrabaad ef war. Till VANDERBILT EUROPEAN MNE OP STEAM* ?hips.? The tustolass steaaiihip NORTH STAR, 2,3U0 ton*. H smack, Master, will leave New York from pier No* 90, North river, foot of Chamber* atreot, at noon, precisely. April 31, for Havre, direct. Frst class passage ihe North Star will be followed by the new steamship Ariel, in May. The owner of theae veaaels will aot be ao oonntable for gold, silver, bullion, spcoie, Jewelry, procioua-H stones, or metals, unlcan tills of lading arc signed therefor, and the value thereof therein expressed. 8pecie and goods taken at usual rates. Mo freight reoeived alter noon of the day be: ore sailing.| No berth secured until paid for. Letters ptepiii, l?Uc. per >g oi., will be received at thai office up to n a. M. of the day of sailing, and will be eairiotl in strong India rubber *Htg8 under lock, arii, 'in arrival at. I Havre, will tie immediately deposited ia the Pott Oflt??l there. I'aTccl* taken, each prepaid, #ne dollar aad up- 1 ward*. FIXED DATES or tAlhlXti. from nr. w yob k raoic havii. North Star April 21. North Star May 19. Ariel May 19. Ariel June 9. North Star June 9. North Star June 30. Atiei June 30. Ariel July 21. North Star Jnlv21. North Star Augustus Ariel Augu-t 11. Ariel September 1. North Star, ....Sept em her 1. North Star. ...September S3. Ariel Septem her 22. Ariel October 13. North btar October IS. North btar November 3. Ariel November 3. Ariel November 2d. These steamships are elasscd A 1 at the insurance oftoc. and specie and goods w ill be insured ia them at us low rates of premium as in any other steamships that cro** the ocean. If or freight or passage, apply to D. TOKKa.ncK. 2ti South William ? tract New York. . SUMNER. MONTANT A DRAPER, 36 Rae N. D. de* Vie. toires, Paris. ALBERT N. CHRYSTIE, 27 Quai Casimir Delavigae. I Havre. N. B.? On and after May 1, D. Torrance's office will be No. 5 Bowling Green. THE LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA STEAMS mi* | Company intend sailing their favorite steamships? CITY OK MANCHESTER 2, 125 tons, Capt. Wylie. CITY OF BALTIMORE, <uew,) 2,538 tone, Capt. , CITY OF WASHINGTON, do. 2,700 tons, Capt. R. Leitch. Saloon $90, $05. and $5C, according to state room. A limited number of third class passenger* will b? taken from Philadelphia and Liverpool, and lound in provisions. From Philadelphia.. $9u | From Liverpool MS Parties wishing to bring out their friend* can ebtaia oerti n*of?l Agent, ?lant street, l'hiladeiohia. and No. 7 Broad wa York. H'-atesof passage and drafts on Liverpool, in *am*of?l sterling and upwards. Apply to SAMUEL SMITH. Agent, 17 Walnnt street, Philadelphia, and No. 7 Broadway, New FOR SOUTHAMPTON A.ND BREMEN? THE UNITED State* mail staamer W ASHINGTON, E. Caveady, com mander, will sail for Bremen, touching at Southampton t? land the mails and paspenpers for England and Franoe, on Safciday, April 21, at 12 o'clock M., from pier 37 North river* Price ef passage:? In the drat cabin, main saloon ...$13(1 In the first cabin, lower saloon 1191 In second cabin M An experienced surgeon is attached to each steamer. Alt letter* must pass through the Post Office. Specie delivered in navie and London. For passage or freight, apply to C. H. SAND, Agent, 11 South William itreet. The steamer Hermann will succeed the Washington, aa? sail May 19. TTIOB SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE.? THE U. 8. J? nail steamship ST. LOUIS, J. A. Wot ion, oommuiir, will leave for Havre, touching at Southampton to land tha mailt and passenger ?, on Saturday, May 3th, at 12 ?'clock, from pier No. S7 North river, foot of Beach street. Price of\ passage, first cabin, $130; second cabin, (75. Luggage sob wasted during the voyage, shotdd be lent onboard ut day before sailing, marked "below." No freight will bo take* aftor Thursday, Mar 3d. For freight or passage apply to MORTIMER LIVINGSTON, Agent, 53 Broadway. FOR LIVERPOOL.? TO SAIL ON SATURDAY, APRIL 21, the packet ship AURORA. For passage apply ott board, pier 26, E. K.; or to THUS. C. ROCHE, 88 South it. Reduction of fares to suit the times.? new York and California steamship lino, via Nicaragua.' Accessory Transit Company, oi Nicaragua, Proprietors? Through in advance ot the mall? 700 miles shorter than any other route, avoiding the deadly Panama fever and two miles of dangerous boatin:; in Panama Bay. The splendid double en(ine steamship NORTHERN LIGHT, 2,00) tons burden, Captain Tinklcpaugh, will leave from Pier No. 3 North river, at three o'clock P M.. preolsoly, for Punta Arenas, on Friday, April 27, 1851, connecting with tha steamship SIERRA NEVADA, 2,000 tons burden. over tbo Nicaragua v Transit route, having but twelve miles of land trans porta- \ tion by first elans ca;riag?s. Several now and swift iron steamboats have lately been put on the river and lake, which shorten the time on the transit from ocean to ocean. Tbese steamers are unsurpassed in their ventilation and ac commodations. For information or passage, at tha reduced rates, apply only to CHARLES MORGAN, Agent, No. 2 Bowling Green. Letter bags made up srt the o&ee. No un i tamped letters reoeived. Commencing on the 20th of May, tbe days of leaving Now York will be changed to tho 6th and 20th of each month. TTUITED STATES MAIL LINE TOR CALIFORNIA* * U via Aspinwall and Panama Californians are informed that the Panama railroad is completed, and 'be transit ot tho Isthmus will be made by railroad from ocean to ooeaa. No more mule travel I No river boating.? On Friday, April 20, at two o'clock P.M., from pier at foot of Warren street. North river, will bo despatched tha fleet stoamship ILLINOIS, Captain ? , to connect at Panama with tho new and superior stoamship John L. Stephens. A spue boat always kept at Panama to prevent detention, in ease ol aeeldent. No freight received alter 1 o'clock on tho sailing day. For passage apply at the company's office, No. 17* West street. J. W. RAYMOND. Dispatch line for san franc isco-guarax toed to sail on or before the day advertised.? The mag ? nlfloent A 1 first class elippor ship ROB IN HOOD Bears*, master, is now receiving cargo at pier No. 7, But river, ana will positive!? sail for San Francisoo on or before Tuesday, 24th last. Shippers wili please send their freight promptly on board, and complete their engagements by Tuesday next, 17th inst., at which time tbe ship is expected to finish load in?. SUTTON A CO., 84 Wall street. Australia pioneer line, carrying the United Mates walls.? Tbe celebrated clipper ship WCEAN STEED, Ihos. Cunningham, master, is now at her berth, pier b East river, loading fur Melbourne. This ship ia going out on her second v?, . age in this line, having made het ' last passage in eighty nine days. Has excellent accommo dations for first and second class passengers. Early applica- \ tion for freight or passage necessary, as she win posi tively sail 25th of April. The Ocean Steed will be suc ceeded by the magnificent clipper ship Nightingale, 1st June, also on her second voyage, having made nor last in tho un precedented time of seventy-s<x days. For freight or pssaaza apply on board, or to R. W. CAMERON, No. 0 Bowline Green, and 116 Wall street. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP 00 MP AMY FOB Havana and Now Orleans.? On Tuesday, April 17, at 1 , P.M., from pier foot of Warre n street, North river, by the neat and olegant steamship GRANADA, Capt. S.P. Griffin. Pas sage con bo secured at the company's office. Freight to New ? Orleans, 30 cents per cubic foot. Shippers will bo supplied with blank bills ot lading of the form signed by thc(oompany, on application at their offioe. No other forms signed, and ns bills of lading will be signed after the hour of sailing. Foe freisht or passage, apply at the office of tha company. No, 177 West street, corner ot Warrsn. M. O. ROBERTS. NEW YORK AND NEW ORLEANS STEAMSHIP COM* pany.? For New Orleans, stopping at Havanna, par rying the United States mail. The steamship CAHAWBA, R. W. Sliufcldt, commander, will commence receiving freight cn Saturday. April 21, and sail for the abive ports on Wednesday, April 2b, at 12 o'oloek, from pier at foot of Beach street, North river. Freight tor tho intorior and for Mobile, consigned to onr agents in Now Orleans, "James . Connoly A Co.," will be forwarded free of commissions. I Passengers for Havana must procure passports helots leav ing port. Bills of lading must be sent in for signing ths evening previou < to the snip sailing. For frelrht or passage apply to LIVINGSTON. CROC HERON A CO., Agonts,Sl Broadway. N. B.? The Black Warrior, J. D. Bullock, com mander, will succeed tho Cahawba and sail Wednesday. May 8th. _ Fob savannah? fare bkduced.-the united Statesman steamship KEYSTONE STATE, Captain B. Hsrdie , will leave Philadelphia for Savannah on Wodnoodav. April loth, at 10 o'oloek A. M. Fare 920: steerage, $8. Ths Keystone State will leave as above Wednesday, May 2d, Agents in New York, SCBANTON A TALLMAN, 19 01d slip, where staterooms may be secured. ^ FMOR SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA-UNITED STATES ? Mail Line.? The new and elegant steamship FLORIDA, M. 8. Woodhull, will leave New York nt Savannah on Wednesday. April 18, from pier Mo. 4, North river, at touc , o'clock P. Jl. Bills of lading signed on board. For freight apply on board, or for passage, to SAMUEL L. MITCH ILL, IS Breedway. For Florida, through Mokots from New York to Jaeksossille. 931; to I'ilatka, 90S. Ths Augusta. Capt. Tbos. Lyos, will rueceed, asd leave on Satarday, April m. F^BOB CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA-SEMI WBEKI.T ' U. S. Mail Line.? Tbe new and fast going steamer, MARION, W. Foster Commander, will leave p'*r * North riTer. on Wednesday, Aprfl 18. at 4 o'efeekP. M,, prseisely. For freight, apply on board, "hersaU blUs of lacing will be signed and for pasaags, at the effies ef 8POF FORD, TILESTON A CO., 30 Broadway io Florida, as follows:? To Jacksonville, 931. To PUatka, 983. The SOUTHEBNKB wlU eueoeed, Isavlag sn Satur day, April 21st. ' FHOR NOBFOLK, PiTEBSBURGeAND RICHMOND - ? The United States mail steamship i BOANOKE, thomas Skinner, commander, will leavs pier No. IS North rivar, ?a . ssirssa . tgips &??&$ ft. tRBE? jv*?. freight taken to Blohmond. T710B PETEB5BURG AND NOBFOLK ? THE STEAM f skip BOANOKB, Capt. Skinner, is now leading at pier 1.1. N R , for Petersburg aad Norfolk, and will leave this rfUrMOS, at 4 o'clock. LUDLAll A PLBA 9ANT9, 82 Broadway. 2HALIFOBNIA TICKET FOR SALE.? FOB SALbTa. ^?through ticket ia the stsamer Illinois, that is ts ssrt<, .. ? 10th of April, in ths ssccnd cabin, by way of FhaadL < Ths casse of sals is a susdsn fit ot sieknese. It wU be sold stash bslcw cost. Per lafvraatioB apply at W West Twea lUlk at Mai *lf<f IMffls

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