Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 23, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 23, 1855 Page 3
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ummmm ievkwb itiry ?it. } tkwajtm' ttBuwiifc. U-fQ BROADWAY? Td I KU FLOOR TO LET CHEAP, 1 W 29x80, divided lot. J 4 roomi . rent M80; suitable fet ? Inwukw. Fourth floor. SSxiW, runt J175, suitable tor a 1m|? room, daguerrean gallery, or light uiauu'aetnring Tarpoeee. Apply to MTU BKOH N, on thi promisee. A PASTY HATING A GBNTtEL HOUSE NEAR THE junction of Broadway and Sixth aiuu, will l*t the aame vary cheap, and take board or moa?y tor the rest. ThU it a fta* chaaoe. Apply at 510 Sixth avuut. fUBNISHED HOUSE TO LET-A NBWLY FURNISH ad three (tory houee. with modern unprovementa, weald be let for a boarding bouM. if desired. situated west ?t Broadway, below Broome street. Inquire of Been*. UAinON i DRUMMOND. grocers, 85 Caaal itreet. TjlURN18HED BOOBS TO LET-IN SUITS OR SEPA " rata, t? gentlemen, with mt board; or on the European plan; the family li very small, private, no c!iildrcn or other anaoyaace Gentlemen desiring a quiet, clean heme, and iiaal thy loeatioa, will do well to apply; the bonne has the modera Improvements. Call at 170 West Thirty eighth (treet, aooond home eaet of Eighth avsuut. Furnished booms to -two beautifully furnished room ?, with ga> and Croton water; will be let very reaaoaable to (Ingle .'eLtlemen, ia a Private fa milj, without hoard. Apply in the drug itore, l.\s Bowery. Fubnisbed ROOBS TO LET.? GBNTLBMBN desi rou* of obtaining neatly tarnished apattmeate. in a ?iniet, reaped able and accessible neighborhood, may be ac commodated at 1U9 amity ?ireet, where all the comforts o a hoae will be ionnd. HANDSOBELY FURNlsHED ROOBS TO LET? IN the pleasantly leoated English basement honae 273 Fourth avenue, oppoaite Calvary Chnroh (Dr. Hawkc'.) The room ? aie lerge, and contain all the modern improve ment*. The baaement rooms would be suitable far a phy sioiaa. HOBOKEN.-TO LET. A THREE STORY AND BASE meat honae ia Harden street, a aplondid location, aad in the moat retired part it the city. Rent moderate to a food tenant. Apply to ROBEKT I DELL, 91 Garden Itreet, or N. A. WOOD, Ho Chambers atreet, New York. LIYB OAK HALL, SIXTH STREET, NEAR AVENUE C? ThU apaeione building la now nearly completed, cmitaHefor lodges, commit. ees, balla, drilla, io , Ae. The ore will bo lot oa reasonable terms. Apply to JOHN PETBRK1N, 218 Seventh street. /AFFICE TO LIT? ON TBE GROUND FLOOR, FRONT, vf af the houee No. 8 City Ball place, four doora from Chamber* itreet. Bntranoe trom the atreet aeparate frin that of the houie. Inquire of W M R. J AN E WAY, SI Dey ?treat, from 9 A. B. to U B. PART OF A BODBRN HOCSP TO LET? NO. 251 WEST Thirty-fourth atroet, oontaiuing gas and fixture!, bath. Water cloaeta and laundry, and la newly painted. Convenient to atage and cara. From four to aixroomi. Rent low to a i ma 11 family. Apply on the premiiei. RENT FREE-A BRICK. HOUSE. TWO STORIES, with baoement. countcroellars and fourteen rooms, tor $12 SO till Bay, or leased tor five yeara for (IS. Two floors will bring the whole rent. Inquire in the store corner of North Nnitn and Second atreeti, Williamibnrg. STORE TO LET, WITH STEAB POWER? THE FOUR ?tory brick atora, SOT Eighth atreet, between avenae D ?nd Lewis street. Apply at the Dry Dock Bank, oarner of Tamtk itraet and avanui D __________ STBAM POWBR, WITH GOO? AIRY ROOBS, TO LET on reasonable teimi, In tha North Americas Steam Work*, Fcrsy tfa street. Apply at the uffioe. tie Forsyth st. TO LET-A DESIRABLE FRONT OFF 1C*. CORNER Of Beaver aad New streets, (euond floor. Terma mode rate. Ptiiesilon given immediately. Apply at IS Beaver street. TO LBT? POSSESSION GIVEN 1MBBDIATSLY? THB rear part of the leeond story. the fr<nt part of the third ktory, and all of the fourth atcry of 'JU Beekman atreet. Alao. the front room of the Bfth atory of 31 and 33 Beekraaa atreet. Bach apartment la luttabie lor any kind of meoka nlsal bneluess. AVeo baaement of tl Beekman street. lu pin of JABES CQNNIR A SONS. 28 Beekman itreet. mO LIT-A GENTEEL THREE STORY AND rlASElIENT X brick home, In a pleaaant neighborhood, at present un dergoing repairs; will be in perfeot ordor bv the 1st of Jane, with new paper, paint, gas, ohandeliers. and location!*) Eld ridge itreet, near Grand. Apply to J. SILVA, 109 Ferayth paper, paint, gaa, ohandeliers, and looattonDtS Eld _ tr? ' ~ ... - (treot. rpO LET.? IN WILLIAB8BUKG. TO A SHALL GEN jL teel family, a pretty new brick honse, quiet and re tired; rent #175 per annum. Also, an elegant honae, with modern improvements; rent $300 per annntn. Alio, beauti ful lulta of roomi; rent $160 per annum. Inquire at 452 Grand street, WllHamibnrg. TO LET-ON 1UTH STREET, BETWEEN THIRD AND Fourth avenuei, threa neat, weU finiihed eottage liousci, eubt rooms each; rent $100, large yard aad garden; would ae let tarnished. Inqnire on the premise! er of J. DENnAB, corner of Sixteenth itreet and Eighth avoaue. TO LET? IN THB GENTEEL TENBBSNT HOUSE No. 94 West Twentieth itreet, all the llrit floor, ooa sistyng of eight roomi, with kitchen and two pantriei ia tha laiement, and very large yard. Rent low to a good tenant. Apply on the premises. mo LET CHEAP? A SHOP IN THB REAR OF 46 X Perry street. It is 26 by 25. ceUar and three storiea above, lnqulra at 19 Cilaton Barket, or at 32 Grove street. TO LET-THE LOW1R PART OF THE THREE STORY brick house 14G East Forty -tilth atreet, leeead honse east of third avenue, two parlori. front basement, and twe ledrooms. Kent $175. Alio, several ootta/ei to lot. E B. K1NSH1MER, 319 Fourth avenue. rno LET? AT A MODERATE RENT, A SUPERIOR X four atory brown atone bouse, in elegant order, and all modern improvement!; gas fixturei, oil oloths, Ao. Looa tfoa near f ourth avenue, on a ?ery uloe atreet. E. B- RINShlMER, 319 fourth avenue. TO LET? THE DWELLING IHOUSE CORNER OP West Thirteenth itreet and Sixth avenue, over the grooery store; the first floor is three rooms deep aad tha tipper stories are wall divided Into bedrooms; it has b >en thoroughly repaired and painted; gas, w*'er olose'.s, bath rooms, Ac. Apply to MaCY A CO., 190 Sixth avenue, cor aer of Thirteenth (tract. TO I.ET-A SMALL HOUSE 114 WEST BROADWAY, honae No. 4 Variek (treet houie 34 Bott itreet, flrit floor of heme 66 Beekman itreet, store 13 Dnana itreet. To ?t in Williamibnrg, a imall house near the ferry, has gas, nd marble mantles. Apply to 8 C. SMITH, 16 Bott itreet. 110 LET -THB UPPER PART OP THE THREE STORY brick house (with bath, gaa, Ac.), No. 17C East Twenty th street, to a (mall family. The rent will be moderate. pply oa tbe premises. 10 LET-PART OF HOUSE 174 SIXTH AVENUE, I consisting of all the second floor, front and back parlor, '4 pantry between, with foldlnt doors, marble mantels, Ygood attic rooms, complete with gas and Croton water ttio. Apply on the premises. 0 LET? THE FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT OF A ) small house doirn town, ocoupted by two persons, only small family without children. Rent low. Apply to S. HMITB. is Mott street, near Chatham. 1 LIT-A VERT HANDSOME LOFT IN STORE 44 JBVeeey street, well calculated for an importer of laces, fe ~ne light business. Tbe location ii in the centre ot 1 Ml, and the advertiser oan influence considerable trade. ] I ohaaoe for a new beginner. Rent 92UU. Innuirs up i LET? THE LOWER PART OF A GENTEEL THREE JJv> ry dwelling house, with all the modern improvements, ijtio* of two roams, with closets and pantries between, . or tbree sleeping rooms on the third floor, with privilege *ath;a good tront cellar may be hid also. App'y on the emiaes, 181 Seventh avenue, bet weep Twenty second and venty-third streets. 10 LET? A COTTAGE, AT FAR ROCKAWAY. WITH six roome and basement: rent $125. Alio, a number ot ?usee and lots for tale or to let Apply, by letter or per .nally, to S. J L. NORTON. Far Rcckaway, L. I., or at > Kulton itreet, N. Y., until May 25. no 11T ? THX THREE STORY AND BASEMENT brick house No. 90 West Twenty seventh street; hae all e modern improvement!, gas. hot and cold water all rough, and lain perfect order. It will be rented low to a ->od tenant, or would be sold on very easy terms. SAM L ,DDY, 68 Wall street, basement. *??JVT-A SMALL THREE STOtY BRICK HOUSE fared) Twenty sixth street, near Fonrth avenue. Rent ?ftciV'so, two nioe three story cottage houss on Forty ? TerW'-t. near Broadway. Rent >32. V " >. B K1N8H1MER, 319 Fourth avenue. licT lET-Tn* TWO FINE NEW STORES, 275 AND 277 Bleecker atreet. Good business stand for any kind business. Stores In completa order, with gas and gas flt nres Apartments oan be had with tbe storee; also the bastmeat if wasted. E. B. k IN SIMMER, 319 Fourth 1 avenue. 10 LET? TBE THREE STORV BROWN STONE dwelling house, with (xtsnaion rooms in first and t^nd stories, with tbe modern improvements. Rent low to lotd tenant. Also, tbe nee four story dwellinz houae 214 Jtat TMrty-flfth atreet, near Eighth avgpue, with all the (dern improvements. Rent to a good tenant $500. Alse, nail frame honse. 'M story, rent 1240. J. MMIAM, Eighth avenue, ooraer Sixteenth st. ^(LET-TWO LARGE PARLORS WITH TWO BED I >oms, with all modern improvements, with or without Apply at No. 3C Church st , between Barclay street lace; also, rooms for single gentlemen. ^ET OR FOR SALE-A BARBER'S SHOP, 648 HUD \on street, well fitted up, with a good business. Alao, a floe* on the corner of Hudson and Gansevoort streets to let, with tour rooma on the floor, with gas and water. None but resvectable persons need apply. A very pleaaaat sitoa tioa. Iaqtlte oa tbe premises. mo rent-in vhe village of borbisania, he X t?M? First and Second streets, and between toe Mor risania aad Melroea stations, Harlem railroad, a large and aearlr new dwelling bene*, containing sixteen rooms, atabl% ben betjee, he., aad 19 el Mr lots of land. aM in goeH orier. A?w?y to A. FPtMLAT, 11 Bpslag street. RENT-TUB LARGE ROOM NOW OCCUPIED AS ' a billiard saloon eorner of Bowery aad Broome street, lid roam is 60 feet in width on tbe Bowery, an 1 30 feet in pth on Broome street; a flae location for aa r business. julre at the room, or of J. H. A W. K. COST. ?*? Bowery. ka GROCERS AMD OTBERS. ? TO LET, A NEW pouee and store, in the oentre part of Hudson, tormeriy ksn. New Jersey, aad I Keen mlnutea ride from Jersey fttrrv, where there is no stors, in a thiekly settled shborhood. aad a first olaaa atore Can do an exeelleat .mnnesa, la all branehea, Mke a country store Per fartaer p*rt4oalar?, la^re at the coal yard, 8oatk Sixth street, neat UPPER PART OF HOUSE 30 WARREN STREBT TO let. Apply at 21 Warren street. ' ~ OLOTHna, StC. (-1 AST OFF CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED J ? Ladies aad gentlemen oan obtain the highest prices foe the above articles, by sending through peat or otherwise. Jin, SANTEB, 446 Broadway, up steles. Meatleeaea at tended by Mr. 8. LOTHTNO AMD FVRMITURE WAMT1D - LABIRS er sesiMemen herring aay to dispose of, eaa obtain a fMr eash price tor the evie by sending for the eabeeriber, threnph the Pert u?ee er otherwise. at tee reeUiaBne. N. B>? Ladles attended to bp Mrs. 0. M. I. UOfiRXt, ? Rhe street. riLOTIIHO AMD FURNITURE BOUGHT FOR CA*B V/ also stoek aad laaey seeds of ?U descriptions oil paint ln?s Jewelry aad pW)ii seoues PWeae eddrees L M t USFRLDORP. U fiat street. Ladies a> tended by Bra. B CUMMER CLOTHING ?A LARGE SfOOK 1* NC, 3CB O mar cletl.tnr retailing at #h?le?ele arisen, to r.ake room for nenttall stoek, at W * JENNINGS, wHnl'iate ware &*?te. tst Breniway, np stein DRY GOODS, SeC. LARGE LOT Of FRBNCH MANTILLAS, IMPORT** ^ aa modela; will be offfcred it a great reduction from th? original oMt en Monday, M>; 21 A. T. STEWART A CO., Broadway, Chamber a and Reade ilraU A LARGE LOT OF FRENCH EMBROIDERED CAM brio hankerchiefa, luit received from auction? great b?r**ina. Alio, per Baltic, bltck thread nd imitation 1*m ? bawla, mantillat and Kirfi, at PETER ROBERTS A CO. '3, 571 Broadway. Bands and flouncinq-a splendid lot just received; al?o Mverai cue* of auperior rruuch embroida ia?, point and BrtuMla oapea, ch?miaett?, oollara, bridal aoarfa, very rioh point da Bruiall'a laia draaaea: will ba acid leaa than ooat of importation. New lot ot Valenciannai laoea, fram U. par yard, at PETER ROBERTS A CO.'S, 979 Broadway. BULPIN'S mantillas? in moire antique, taf fat* ailk, thai. till* aad raal gtupare laea. the riobaat and cheapeet gooda in the eity. ara now ready for ladiaa' in amotion. An excellent nutola in black moire antiqae at la, and all the richer kin da pcoportioaately low. 9t>l Broadway BULPIN'S SAPPHO MAHTtLLAI ? A SURPRISINGLY beaatlfnl production, la plain black aila. moire a? tiune aad gnlpere laoa. Price reapeotioly lit, SU and Sit A large aaaortment readj thia weak, at tba Pane MaattUa Emporinm, 981 Broadway. T>ULPIN*S SIX DOLLAR MANTILLAS.? ANOTHM D addition to tba atock tbla week, all mann'aetered ?) tba riohaet black taffeta atlk aad nnivereally prononnoed tha eheapeat andprottieat mantilla of tha eaaeaa. rtrii Mantilla Emporium, 361 Broadway BEEKMAN A COMPANY, 06 CANAL STREET, CORNMR ot Meror, hare attll on haad a lew af thoae cheap lummer dike tor 9a. per yard. Theao tilka being nearly \ ot a yard wide aad very laa trona, are better adapted far flounced dniiei than aay other la the market. Alao. an ex to naive aaacrtmtnt of black (ilka, from 5a. per yard upward!. They will opea thia morning teveral caaea of tha moat beautiful Frenoh Jaconet mualiaa (oondnfd at} lea) over im ported In thia country. SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS. The largeat and beat aaaortment of Stella ihawlt in tha city, all eoiura. MantUlai of every deacription, and which they are telling at unprecedented low prioea. Barege robes.? two cases new styles re celved per ateamer Baltic, will be offered for aala thia morning. UBSDELL, PE1RSON A LAKE, 471 Broadway Dress caps.? mrs. a. t. james, (formerly of E. H. Newman'e, 7C5 Broadway,) baa now open a hand lome aaaortment of dreaa and aoft o&pa, head areaaea, Ao. Alao, mourniag collars, aleevea, cbemlaettea, oapea, Ao., at 113 Bletoker atrcet, third bloek weat of Broadway. Flounces silk robes? 100 flounced silk robea, for aummer wear, entirely new, received per ateamer Baltic, will be offered for aale thia morning. Alae, 1MJ plecea el rioh dreaa ailka by the yard. UBSDRLL, PEIRSON A LAKE. 471 Broadway. JUST RBCB1VBD. PER BALTIC? A SPLENDID AS aortmeat of rion embroidered collare, aleovea, cheml aettee baadkeiohiefa, banda, Ac.; alao, abant 90 carton of real Valeocieaaea. Honitou, guipure and thread laoaa a l>r<e aaarrtmeat af dreaa and maatilla trimmuue, real blaok and white blonde*, aad other noveltiea. HEN RY BICE, 74 Ca nal itreet. JUST RECEIVED? A LARGE i,OT OF PARIS AND fancy embroideriea, mnch below their original coat; alao embroidered baaquea, capea, handkerchiefa, Ao., 1a en tirely new atylei; raualia in the pieoe, with embroidered banda to matob, and a large lot of other artiolea in our liae. MILLER A GRANT, 371 Broadway. LAD1E9-IF YOU WANT EMBROIDERED JACKETS, tacka, Joaeya, baaquea, handkerchiefa, laco oapea. fan cy Swiaa niualina, banda. Ac., Ao , Ao., we reoominend MAD L*EN A S iEWERT, 043 Broadway, ae <oad door novo Bltcoker atroet, where the abort artiolea oaa be had. STOCKINGS I STOCKINGS 1 STOCKINGS t-Ll?r*?, now la the time to bny your aummer atockinga. The aub tcriber ha* Jutt reoeived from auction a choloe lot of ladiei' cot'on hoaiery. which he la telling at onuanally low prioea. Pleaae call aad examine. RICHARD GREEN, 130 Canal atreet. Between Thompaon and Laarena. TUB EXCITEMENT CONTINUES.? THE BOWERY SAVING STORE, No. 1% Bowert, ?aa been crowded every day aince Monday, and everybody buy* who goea there. OYER 4,01)0 LADIES viaited thia eatabliahment on Monday laat The atock being vi ry 'arte, the oliances still remain, and enormona barxaiaa ara being aerved ont. F. W. A W. F. GILLEY. MISCELLANEOUS lijc CANAL STREET, NEAR VASItX W . A H. TA 9 IUu NOTE'U grate Mi fender, UUhM niuu) ranee ana stove warerooma. We have a large assortment C tie latest patterns of mantel grates, ranges and isotii, tw ?al e on reasonable terms. Oratea and ranges aat and npali ed, ranges lined, braaa foandere' and jewellere' luiM* built, atoves lined. bakera' oveue built and repaired. ATTENTION! GARDENERS AND OTHERS '-THE subscriber will sell for trtde or oasb, lota of 6 acres, or lees, to auit purchasers, situated at Waverley, I. on* 1st md Railroad. 60 miles from New York. WILLIAM I'ETTEf, 662 Eighth avenue, between Thirty -fights and Thirty- ninth streets. BUILDERS' HARDWARE ?SEAMAN LOWERRC, .107 Spring street, between Greeuwieh and Hudson, oilers for aaie a large and general aaaortmont of hardware suitable for builder*. City made looka of the boat quality oan al ways bt furnished tiom the ahelt coaplete, with braes, por celain. mir era), or plated knobs; also, espa neolet and other fastenings lor French windows, bilts, latches, Ac. SEAMAN LOWERRA, 307 Spring street. Blank books, stationery, pai-rr, printing. As., at low prises. ? Job prinking, lithography and en graving executed In ovei7 atyla; blank books made to order, envelopes stamped, Ae. A large stoek of stationary, aoeeant books, copying presses. Ao. ordere seUoited by RICH A L00TREL, stationers, 61 William street. Brushes or etert description at the brush factory. S37 i'earl street, rrank En square. All article* ?old at the low art factory prices. Paint brashes of snpeiiot emalitr mitutly on hand. Machine crashes made to erdm * JOHN K- HOP PEL CANNEL COAL.? 300 TONS BEST ENGLISH BROKEN Cannel ooal, afloat. For aale by EDWARD H. J A. COT, Si Pine atreet. CORNS. BUNIONS, AND INVERTED NAILS EE movod from the feet in the Boat akllfal and eatlafaotorjr manner, without blood or danger, causiag no pain, and af fording immediate relief, by Dr. CH&Ri*?t FKICKE, No. 214 Grand atreet, between Elisabeth and Mott atreeta. Pa tisnta waited upon at their reaideaoea when preferred. Cap ping and leeching promptly attended to. liiANCT PRINTING.? THOM AS E. SUTTON, THE J " well known job ans eard printer, of 14 i Fulton atreet, pilnta to order, In handsome style, at short noti?t> and low piicea, all kinda of carda, circulars. r<e?ipt<, billheads, ex ouraion bills, store bills, posting and handbiUa, and all other kinda oi Job printing. GAB FITTINGS AND riXTURES.-STORES, DWELL inga. taetoriea and pnblie buildings promptly fitted with gas pipes and fixtures cheaper than any other bease. A splendid assortment of ohandeliers, pendants, braoketa, Ae., of the latest designs, at the wholesale and retail gas fixture manufactory of JAMES G. MOFFET, IID and U1 Prince atreet, third block weat of Broadway. r* A?. GAS.-SEBASTOPOL MUST FALL, AND TRADE IjT will once mere come to lite aealn; ao by all meana get your establishments weil fitted up with gas by JOHN G. WILSON. 39 centre street, late 73. HARRISON'S PRAIRIE FLOWER COLOGNE.? ITS title is significant of its perfume? iu blenaed harmony, so full of delighting fragrance? so pure, so lovely, as is the spring breeze from the fresh flowering pnurie The celebrated oolognea of Farina have neither tha strength richness nor dclicacy of perfnme. And why? The Prairie Flower Cologne has a porfume of the floral freshness ot new blown flowers? Farina'a of essential oils. The Prairie Flower Coli ?ne is American ? Farina's is European. Harrison is the great American perfumer of Philadelphia, and will soon be the great perfumer of the world. E. TOWN8ENU A WILLIAMS. 230 Pearl street, bave bla eotognes at whole sale: WH11EHED A BROTHER, 15V Greenwioh atreet, at retai'. They alao keep Harrieon's Toilet Water. INTERESTING TO LUMBERMEN. ? THE UNDER signed, having perfected bis lath and box board cutting machine, is desirous of diapoaing of machines and county or State rights. The machine la capable of outiing fr>m Ho to 400 laths per minute; from tour to alx horse power will operate it. lie has with him. at the Clinton Uot< 1, a smalt operating mode), which be would be happy to exhibit to suehaawiahto purchase rights or feel an interest in sach business. I shall leave the city Friday morning. HENRY S. PACKARD. JACOB A. TAN HORN'S COMPOUND VEGETABLE Syiup ?It caats all other compounds in ths shade, and at once removal eolds, coughs, lathma, oroup, bronchitis, bile, headache, phlegm, ulcers, rheumatism, fevers, and pre vents coniumpiion, and produces immediate cures, and alao thoroughly pnrifles the blood Tbouaanda who have found relief attest its wonderful qualities. A trial will convince the most incredulooa. Principal offlee 1<KJ Barclay street, New York. CHAS H. RING, Agent, 1!>J Broadway, oor ner of John (treat, and also 90n Broadway. The above syrup can bo had of all drugglita and dealera in medieinea throughout the country Kelly-half price engraver and printer, 01 Fnlton atreet; bridal carda, vlaltlng, invitation, ad dress, and at home carda: wedding envalopea. fancy station ery, Ac ; business cards, billheads, bill* of exohanxe, cneck and note booka, portraita, diplomaa, book and magaxine work. Ao. For sale, two oopparplate and om embossing press, with stand, cheap. Ladies are respectfully solicited to give Dick's spool cotton a trial. Ask for it when shopping ! Buyers please note, it can ba bad, in New York of Ro bt. Lo. gan A Co , SI Dey street: Boston, Burnata, Weltoa A Co.; Phi!adephi.i, J. W. FaroU, Chestnut street; Baltimore D. Mcllvian, and Stellman, Hlnrichs A Co.; Richmond, Va., D. H. London. NEW YORK ANTI FRICTION GREASE compamy BENRY C. FOSTER, <?le ageat. 1JU Water street, near Wall, N. Y.? Ttiii superior greaae for maohiaery, axles of eity railroad oars, eoachee, carriages. wagoas. Ao.. hae long snpereeded all groaess la the meat ealighteaed parte of Europe, and ia taat gaining great repute in the Uaitad Stales One trial will saiisfj any observer that it la a ear ing of fall 100 per cent over aay other greaae la uae ETLATING ? HOTELfl, SHIPS, STEAMBOATS AJT1 CHOW CASES -n or f MAN A FEE18H SHOW CASE O warerooma. 67 Bowery, betwaoa Walker aad Bayard atreeta. Ca.ea made la every atyla, silver plated, btaaa, rose aad eaHn wood, mahogany, Ao. B. I.? Old eaaoe taken in exchange. Orders promptly ox seated. THE NEW YORK KINDLING WOOD COMPANY. 138 Baak atreet, between Washington aad Weet atreeta, offer to the awhile, by meana of their splitting maohiao, kiadliag wood, aawed aad apllt br steaaa power, aa cheap or cheaper thaa they pay tor their wood ia tae aaaal way, besides Ming In a shape that will go fartiiar aad meek mere convenient. Boot Virginia p ao or hard wood per load (9 bexea of dSK eubie feethSS 26; do., por box, 44e ; hickory, por load. S4; do., per box, M>e. It nerds bat one trial to prove lie roonomy. AU ordere by poet, prepaid, promptly alteaded to. mo THE LADIES.? YOU NEED AN ARTICLE FOR X the parlfleatiea af the water yoa nso dallv fer bonse bold pnrposoa, with oloan water the vietaaU will be better eockfd. the washing doae mora cleaalv the water ta<te letter and disease In a measure preveated. The poraas glasa filter acta pramotly aad efflolea I* la the Sl-ratloa of water: It la new ia nee b* wany of the lr?* af the eliy who recommoad it highly. Depot, 7?X Caaal atreet Window shades at wb<mjmai.e avs retail -OEO. w. CAinWTSS hae apaaal a ?ew see re ? ?S (?aitH a 'root wbata ha laviteo the pahHa te oaO aad ooe Ms s?A0k af raid aaA ottos* ehadea, ?* all ivsea Oca* HMU IMH (tea, U m(lia? N kMi (team ahip wm depart with the Uaiiad State* matfa fu* X>rt>p? positively oa Wedae*day Hay 30, >1 1 t'llMk PH, from tor berth at th* foot er Canal .u-??t Far freight at pawaga, toftng aa*qaall*d jwmmMioii for <I?mn and comf rt, apply ta BDWARD K. COLLINS friWal! *tra*t Phnbjp a re r*aa*at?d to b* on board atlOH A.M. The Pacific will laeeeed the Battle, aad Mil J a a* IS. Ship per* will plana* take notice that the ehlpa of tlua liae oaa not Of rry any r?odi contraband of war All letter* maH pas* through th* fart OO**; any other* will be raturaad. Tb?i??i??5,^wp ???TH amkicam boy al Chief eabin p ?Ke"*7. **** .TT. |m Secoad oabia pa*aage ?jg ruoti aorroa to uvaarooi.* SHO Second aahin ay . The ihip* from Boatoa eali at Halifax. capt. Judhina. AMERICA, Capt. Lnn* '""'A. Caj,t Byri*. EURO PA, Capt Sanies. ASIA. Capt. t O.W CANADA, Capt. Stone. AFRICA, Catit Harrison. NIAGARA, Capt Lciteh. The** veeaA* earry a clear whit* light at maathead; naea en starboard bow; red en port baa ' ^ Aeia, Lot*. " Bustoa Wednesday, 2td May. L**?- " Bostaa Wednesday, 6th J ana. Africa, Bamaaa " Boatoa Wodneadar. AHh Jnae. Bertka not aoaarod until paid for. An *xp*ri*no*d snrgvon an board. The owner* of theee ships wlM not be aeeeaatable far raid, T*r W1", praalaa* etonaa, or mejale. aale** bill* a t la dine ara signed therolor and the valoe thera af therain expressed? Far freight er passage apply to .... . *? CUNaED, If*. 4 Bowling Or*aa. ?re will be no iteauuhip* of tlua Una troa Me th _ until farther noti*c. Jew York rpBI VANDERBII.T EUROPEAN LINE OF STE AM X ahipe The flrst.clasc steamship NORTH STAR, War nook, matter, will leave New York Irom pier 3D North rl^er, foot of Chamber* *treet, at noon prcoisely, on Satur day, June y, tor Havre direct. First cla** passage 9110 Second " dt The North Star will be followed by the Ariel June 30. The owner of the** veaeels will not be aooountable for Cld, silver, buillion, specie, jewelry, precionsfstoues or rne I*. anlea* bill* of lading are aigned therefor, aad the value thereof therein expieaeed. Savcie and good* taken at usual rate*. No freight received after noon of tlie day before tailing. No berth aeaored until paid for. Letter* prepaid. 12)?o. par K o*., trill be reoeived at th* offio* up to 11 A. M. of the day of calling. and will be car ried In strong India ru ber bag* under lock, and oa arrival at Havr*. will be Immediately deuoaited in the Poet Office Uiore. Parcel* taken, each prepaid, one dollar aad apward*. nxxD DAT a* or aAiLino. noil iiw you. rtoa Hivax. North Star June ? Ariel Jan* f Ariel June SI) North Star Jun*3? North Star July 21 Ariel July 21 Aiiel Aug. 11 North Star Aug. 11 North Star Sept. 1 Ariel Sept. 1 Ariel Sept. 22 North Star Sept 2t North Star Oot, 11 Ariel OoU 13 Ariel Nor. S North Star Nov. 3 Ariel Nov. 24 The** steamship* are clawed A 1 at the inaurance offioe*, and rpocl* and good* will be iuaured ia them at aa low rate* at premiutr a* in any other sttamships that oron th* ooonn. For freight or passags. apply to D. TORRANCE, No. 3 Bowling Green, New York. SUMNER, MONTANT A DRAPER. 20 Rue N. D. da* Via to ire. Pari a Cli RYST1E, SCI1 LOESS MANN A CO., 27 Quni Cajimir Dalavigae, Havre. For liverpool.? sails on wednisday, hay U, the new olipper ahip ONTARIO, 3.0U0 tons. Road for a few more teoond cabin and ateorage passenger*. Foe pa**age apply t* TIIOS. C. ROCHE, 83 South (treat. FIRST SHIP FOR LIVERPOOL ?THE SPLENDID paokot ahip CENTURION, Capt. Couinbs, will leave the pier this afternoon, at S o'olock. aad sail to morr >w morning at 9 o'clock. For passage in oabia, second cabin and atcerage, apply on board, pier 14, B. R., or to SABEL A CORTIS, 63 Fultom atroet. N?T1CE.-F1RST PACKET SHIP FOR LI YERPOOL.? Tbe aplendld aad magnificent packet ihip T. A. PAL MER, Capt. Riohard**a, will p*iitiv*ly tail on Wedaosday, May ?3. at U o'olock, praoiaely. Kor paaaage la eabto. aeoond oabln and atrarage apply on board, pier 21) E. R., t**t of Burling tlip, or to TAf SCOTT A CO., SO Sooth it. fHE LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA STEAMSHIP company Intend aaillng their favorite steamahipa? CITY Of MANCHESTER. J, 125 ton*, Capt Hylia. CITY OF BALTIMORE, mew,) 2.53M ton*, Capt. , Cl'lY OF WASHINQI-ON, do..l.7UU teaa, Capt. R, Leltch. laaloen $UU, >06 aad 966, according to atat* room A limited number of third claaa paaaeugara will be taken from Philadelphia aad Liverpool, aad found ia provision* From Philadelphia S3u j From Liverpool MS Partiei wiebing te bring oat their trienda. cam obtain cer liflcatea *f paaaag* aad draft* oa Liverpool, in luin* of ?1 *t*rling aad upward*. Apply to SAMUEL SMITH, ?g*nt, 17 W alnut itreet, Philadelphia, aad No. 7 Broadway, New York. ItOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE. -TnE NEW UNI ted Stataa mail (teamer ARAOO, D. Line*, oommaad er, will leav* for Havre, toaohing at Southampton to land the mail* aad paaaenger*. on Saturday , J nae Id. at 12 o'olook. trom pier No. 37 North river, foot Bcaeh atreet. Pribaaf ftrat cabin, $130; prioa af Mcond aabia, $76. Luggag* not wanted during th* voyage dioald be *?at on board th* day befor* aailing marked "below." No freight taken after Tharaday, May 31. For freight or panage apply to M. LIV 1NQSTON, agtat, 63 Broadway. N. B.? Ail latter* Btuat paaa tnrough th* rott Offio*. Dispatch line for san francisco? ouaran teed to aall on er before the 21) th ln*t. Th* iplendid A 1 clipper ahip Radiant, Bear**, maater, i* now rapidly loading at pier No. 8, Eaat river, and will po?itively sail for San Franclaoo, on or befor* Tuesday, 20th init. Sliippor* are Earticalarly requected to aend their freight immediately oa oard aad complete thalr eagagamenta befor* Tanday, Xid ins-.., thereby avoiding the ditappolauneute occurring on th* laat day* offloading. Special aotloe? Full or not full, th* Radiant will *ail on or befor* the day adv*rti*ed, and aa * ? - ? r aade* k CO., H I itreat. (taoiant wiu aan on or Deror* tbe day adv*rti*ed, freight taken alter th* day praeeeding the sailing da] any cironmitaaoe* or at any price. SUTTON k South *tre*t, corner of Wall, formerly of 84 Wall *tr E EDUCTION OF FARES TO SUIT THE TIMES.? N*w York and California (taamahip lino, via Nicaragua Acceaaary Transit Company, of Mcara^-ua. proprietors? through in advance ot the^inail? 700 miles shorter thaa any other rout*, avoiding* the deadly Panama fever, and tw* mile* of dangeron* boating la Panama Bay. The (pieudld double engine (teamihip Star of th* West, 2,600 ton* harden. Captain Turner, will leave pier No. 3 North river, at threa o'olock P. M. prcciacly, lor Punta Artnaa, on Tueedaft June 6, 1"65, connecting with the steamship Sierra Neveda, L,aCM tons burden, aver the ?Nicar*gua Transit rout*, having but twelve mile* of land transportation by first olas* carriage*. For Information or pasaar* at the rodooed rate* apply oaiy to CHARLES MORGAN. Agent, No. 2 Bowling Green. Letter bag* mad* ap at th* offio*. No nnetamped let t era received. a CSTRALIA ? PIONEER LINE.? CARRYING THE -i\- United Statea mall ?The celebrated A 1 clipper riup NIGHTINGALE, Captain Mather, for Melboarne, wiM ba ae> patched on her **cond voyage aboat the 10th Jon*, hav ing mad* her last in the unprecedented time of 76 d%y*. Ha* excellent accommodation* for paasengers and freight. Ap cly at the offioe of R. W. CAMERON, No. 6 BawUng Green, aad 116 WaU (treat. J New yobk and new ori.eani steamship com pany.? For New Orlean*. stoppirg at Havaaa, ear rylnx the United States malL? The iteamship CAHAWBA B W. Snufcidt, commander, will eommenee receiving freight on Tueadav, 22d, and aau for the atove porta en FrT day, May 26, at 12e'*lo*k, from pier at foot at (to Union ?ticet, Narth river. Freight for tha interior and for Ha bile comigned to onr agent ia New Orleaa*, Jamo* Cos naly A Co , will be forwarded fra* of *ommi**ion*. Paaaen (*ra for Havana mnat proeure paatport* before leaving port BilUof lading snuat be *ent in for (inilng th* evening pre vIoth to the (hip sailing. For freiabt or passage apply te LIVINGSTON, CROCBERON A CO.. Agnate. 31 Broad way. N. B.? The Black Warrior. J. D. Bullock, com mander, will sacaoed th* Cahawka, aad a ail Saturday. Jnae ?. FOR SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA ? UNITED STATES mail line.? The sew and elegant steamship ALABAMA. Capt. Geo. R. Sekenek, will leave New York for Savaaaah. on Wednesday. May 23. from pier No. 4 North river, at 4 o'clock P. M. Bill* of lading signed on board. For freight apply on board, or for passags to SAMUEL L. MITCHILL, l.'s Itreadway. For Florida, through tickets tram New Y?rk to Jacksonville, $31; to Pilatka, $33. The Knoxvllle, Capt. C. D. Lndlow, will saoceed, and loave on Saturday, May 2o. For savannah-fabe reduced-the united States mall steamabip KEYSTONE STaTE, Capt R. Li arc! , will leave Philadelphia for Savannah, on Wednes day, May 31, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Fare $20; steerage, *8. Ihe Key atone State will leave a* above, on Wednesday, JnnelD. Apenta in New York. SCRA.MTON TALLMA.N, 1!) Old Slip, where staterooma may be secured. FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA.? SEMI WEEKLY United States Mall Liae ? The steamahip SOUTH EBNER, T. Ewaa. commander, will leave pier No. 4, N. R , on Wednesday May 23. at 4 o'tlock P. M., precisely. For freight apply *a hoard, whare all bills of ladingwill be signed; and for passage, at the office of SPOFFORD, T1LESTON A CO., 29 Broadway. Threngh tickets '-e Flori da aa follows: ? To Jacksonville, $31; to Pilatka, $3S. The Jaa Adger wttl succeed aad leave oa Saturday, 26th last. FOR NORFOLK, PETERSBURG AND RICHMOND.? The tnited States mail steamship ROANOK.R, T. manor, commander, will <?ave pier No. 13 North river, aa Wednesday, May 2Srd, at 4 o'olock P. M., will arriva at Norfolk tb* n**t aftuanooa, and at Petenbarg aad Rich mond tbe following morning. From Norfolk, paa**ngcrs for the Scath proceed by railroad direct, with through (Meet* from W olden to Wilmington, Cbarleeton, Ac. Pasaagc aaS fare to Norfolk, $8; to P4t*fab*rg and Richmond, $10; (tear age, half price. Thrownb ticket* to Lynchburg, $14. Apply to LUDI.AM A PLEASANTS, Ho. SI Broadway. N. B.? No freight taken for Richmond. UOK PRTER8BWRG AND NORFOLK? THE STHAM JT ship ROANOKE. Capt fehaa, la aowloadiag at pta* N*. 13, North riwar, f*r P?te5fcurg and Norfolk, aad Ml tear* aa W*4n*sday, at 4 o'ela*fc. LUDLAH A PLMA SANTt. SS Broadway. ^ SPORTING. FOR SALE-A SPLENDID NEW FOUN DLA N D DOG. Inquire at 109 Canal *treo t. For sale? a dog half Newfoundland and halt ball. Invalaab!e m ? watoh 4 Of. Any pernon want ing a watch doc. oan find none inperlot bj applying at the Clarendon (table, 67 Irving plaoe L'OR SALE? ONI OF TBI LARGEST NEWFOUND r land dog? that eaa ba found. Thora if no better watch doc. Be i* foiled for a (tore, or farm In tho ooantrr. and will be (old oheap ; alio, two Sootoh torrior pap*. The beet that oaa bo fonnd. Thej oaa bo toon at 129 Kait Eleventh (treet, in the roar. For handsome pointer pups, warranto* a pare brood. Apply at Mr Bimontoa'i Ho tel, Now Brooklyn or of Mr. A. T. Moyaihan, V Pearl it., Brooklyn. For sale ? two mocking birds, onr tear old. jror aonf or nook, boat thorn if yon oan. Ian aire at XI Third avenue, from 10 A. M. to (I P. M. MOCKING BIRDS.? FOR HALE. TWO SPLENDID 1*1 m?ehinc bird*, two yeore old. Will mock oat. dor, pig, hna aad rooeter, and will tine alfbt and dar. Any ixireea with'** a fine bird may apply la Franklin Market, old alip i AyraOLOGT. Astro LOUT-MRS. prewstrr prom ? great Jenet etreot, hao removed to 7d Madiaoa etre*t. aoca door to Catherine (treat, aad etili eootlanoe hot baoiaooa aa aeaai. Priao fL Madame morrow -this mioai.y gifted lady la a *0T?ath dan?htor. aad ha< a aaearal gift to tail aM tba event* ef Ufa, evea tho very u-.omiht*. 3 be lo the meet woadortai Aeto*to??l ha the wo* 5. No charge if not eatla 8?d n Rryama it* eat, 0t*r caeoea. iJei?V<*uea ?a\ ?d WMod. ?".El AT iCCTIOa. JJZu aL *??Be ?D^ ?art*d as* rtmeut of lunerb JeweLrr I'CiS. ?***"]? ,W,B0 ? ""???' -4 clu**er B SElSmL *t ,Md ?B. "rrltt*'. ?old Hui' ituds sleeve ??<? ? magnificent assortment ?r grid k&iLlSS* d _ , '*."*5 T*' ,ky *r *!??? -oat celebrated 52.7S So*? 7 f0ttniia>u M ALBERT H. IflCO/'A*' ^"c*I0wae*R ? I'BaUMHTO rv Ml* of a verv handsome country i?it on Staten Island, witbin five aSLaw***' ** auctiou ? Albert H Nweln/ *tR' ?Ws dV Wedneeday, May 33, I8M. at Uo'llotk, at ? h* f .?'t*li*M*? A very handsome oew train* noua'e, fi'l'd in with brick, built in the hem poaeible munr, in ti!ie *Ml??n rnr?l atyle, with out regard to cost, together with ?*?' l-'S? 'ot? ft ground, in tho highest state of cultiva?*11 24* 1 1*1 foot each, situated on a private rood, wl.ioh is a nr*t cUss neighbor hood, opposite Robert (.'ontor * oetats , ??"?* Vanderbilt ? ?? nue, and witbin only ft uiinuta*' walk of V.^oVbiit landmg, at the beautiful and romantic villas* of Stnton ItUnd Tho honae n now, Mkd ia about 32 I.**' front by 43 leet in dei>th, including the wing attached o.*n*m?tileii in beautiful style, with arched piaaia*. and contain* a larjo , parlor, di'iiui room, a good kitchen with range, six sleeping roomi^and a bath room, marble mantle* and <rates through* out, and a good and dry oellar. There is aia > a well ofaxool lost water on the premises. the ronton oinbracea all kind* of vegetable* in abundance; arlao yotnig trait, oouiiating of peaches, ploms, guinoe*. gooseberries, apple*, strawberries, pear*, blaokbcriiea, cherne*. raapberri**, currant* and irape*, and the ground* arouid the house arc taatofully laid ont with icravt-lwaiks, (lower*, shrubs-, Ae., fto . and all in the mod complete order; In fact, the place i a all that a gontlmai. oftaate oruld deaire. a* the i oncotic aud beau tiful scenery surrounding tbia property 1< uneornasaed, and it i* the only oonntry mt t that oan be purchased at Clifton ?o convenient to tho f*rry aud containing ao much laud. Tho Steven laland ferry boat* leave every half ho?r in Bummor and every honr iu winter, fare 6K cents, and the sail over the noble bay ia uno of the moat delightful one* to be tourni in the vicinity <f the city, forming a perfect panoramic view not equalled In the world, al*e waning it muoh mere dosira hie for i rivgte residences thau tbo upper pert ot the oity, a the t*me conautned in reaobing this beautiful laland ia about the rame at frcin the Battery to Twenty-fifth stree', hut tar more preferable ie point of health and oorafort, with the ad vantage of oombinitig city with oonutry U'e, aud enabling persons to attend to their daily bu*in*a* in New York with out interruption. The title of thk* property i* unq-iesti'in able. Terme liberal, and possession given a weok after the tale, it desired. Tbua an opportunity la ofTered to obtain a delightful residence. which ia rarely to be met with, a* the aale will be without roaerve, to the nighesi bidder. Dosira Me city real estate, or good railroad bonds and atocka will be taken tn exchange. For card* of admission to view tho premises, and full par .ioulors, app'yto P. U RICHAIIO SON, Esq.. 107 John itieet, or to Al.UCRT U. NICOLAY, 11 Lroad atroet. A CCTK.N NOTICE- GREAT SAI.E Or M AQNIPICENT A oil paintinr*.? EUH'AKD SCiit.NCK. will >eUat auc tion on Friday, May 2S, at hit sale* rooms, l<> Wall *tre?t, a private uallerv of modern oilpaintinga, including Mime very beautiful apocimen* of the Belgian, Kngluh, French and American aohoola,well worthy the attontijn of oonnoiiaeurd. '1 Lib collection waa made with great care and at a vreai ex penao, iacludea many pleasing landaoapes, intoriora. aea pieces, flower piecea, paatorala. and other aubjecta of general iuteroat The whole of the paintiug* are ele^an tly fraun i. Amjng the collection arc aorne beautiiul apeoimaus by SchaeflTel, Robbe, of Bruaaels, Peaaair. Sernet, Jaapere, Schilling, of ilunich, I'illiet, Unfenbaok, Hraudenbnrg, Roeleu, Berger, Seidel, Webater. J.aaelle, Carter. Lealit?. Shajer, Wilaon, Darby, aud other celebrated artists. Sal* peremptory. Auction notice.? by kdward schenck, no. 10 W?!I street.? On Thuraday, 24th, at 10% o'clock. Old winea, braudi-.a, Ac Importer's aale. The balance of these fine winea aud brandies remaining unsold frein last w eek, tcgo her with a small private stock, viz., 1. W. KurJen'a P. Doneqc'*, Stalker's Vitoria and Harmony ahorrio*; Newlerd Gordon'* Madeira; South Side do , 1841; Graham port, lHlfi; Hunt ft Co., 1840; Tokay Auabrach, lM'i; Muaoat and weddlnv wines; Otard L. 1). brandy, 1837; do., 1IM3; Henne**y. 1841; Martell, 1844; cognao ehamparne, 1+il; J. B. Godard, IKifi. A No Havana tegars, of all the beat brands. Peraons wishing to buy for family use, can relj on theao goods as pure and ot tirst (jaality. AUCTION NOTICB? LARGE SALE? B.XCE1.1.K VT A household furniture, large mirrors, oil painting*, silv*r ware, Ac II. H'll.SON. auctioauer. will seli to raurraw, (1 hur iday ,1 Diorniag, 1U>4 o'clock, the furniture in tho lari;o three story house 7(TFranklln, near Church street, oensiat ing of one costly grane action pianoierte, in rosewood, vury costly and nearly new, (legant carved rosewood parlor suits, in sat: li brocade, mahogany sofas, cushioned chairs, rockurs, rosesioo'l centre, side ant? card table*, book rack, mtioio aud corner stands, elegant tapestry carpets, n??rly now. large mirror*. 21x44, rich Irocatel and laee curtains, ciatly oil painttaigs, eitensian tea and diniug tables, bedroom furni ture ot tlie best kind, viz., rosewood and mahogany be l ?teada, bnrean* aud washatanda, made in the b?st man ner; alao maplo and other bedsteads, cane aeat chain, twocleaaat painted bedroom suites, boddinc, theeta, pil low*, Uanketa, feather bed*, hair mattressei oom<n >n wash atanda and croo^ery, bedroom carpets, lounges, uhina vases, elegant ohina tea aots, best cut glassware, cutlery, rich sil verware, ?elvers, cast-era, with heavy cut bottle*, cake baa keta, *|>con<, forks, rioh plated tea sarvioe. Ac. The sale will commence with the kitchen furniture, which embraces a large and desirable assortment of everything necessary for housekeeping. Peraon* about going to housekeeping will do well to attend, at everything will be sold contained in the honae. and withont the least rexervation whatever. At 12 o'olock, two elegantjrotewood pianofortes, made by T. Gil bert ft Co. of Boston and Nunna ft I'Uher of tbi* city, Loth of which are fully wartantcd. Auction notice.? john hough jr.. auction eer. Aiaignee'a tale or elegant rosewood and mahoga ny household iurnitnre:? rosewood pianoforte, royal tapea try velvet carpeting; French plate pier and oval mirrors .oil punting*, silverware, ehinaware. cutlery, Ac. This day, Wn dj nesday, at 10ij A. V precisely. Tho sale embraoea the entire contents oi the beantiiully furnished private dwelling, No. 70 Murray atieet, which will bo sold without reserve to tbo highest bidder. Tho furniture is in excellent oonditloa, aud was made to order. The eontenta are in brief a* follows, vn: ? two solid rosewood frame parlor suits, upholstered ia brooatel, and elaborately oarved; superior rosewood piano fi-rte, eased, of beautiful tone, made by O. ft II. Bar more of this oity, and fully warranted; carved rosewool etegere. witb plate, glas*|doora, and back: masaive rosewood bookcaaet eleuant lailies escrutoire inlaid throughout with rare and costly woods; heavily oarved mahogany extension table; rosewood marble top centre tables, hoaut itully oarved and finely polished; large Frenoh plate pier and oval mir rors; costly lace and hrocatel curtains; elegant rosewsod and mahogany bedsteads, bureau*, waabatands, English ta pestry, Brussels and ingra n carpets; pure ourled hair mat tresses; mshogany and walnut sofas, chairs, Ac.; a choice collection of oil paintings, by the most cminont artists of modem times; beautifully decorated ohina vases, marble stataary, silver tea set*, caster', oake basket*, ehina dinner and tea sett, maple and walnut chair*, tables and bedsteads, cutlery, cut glanware, Ac , ftc. Sale to take place without regard to weather. Auction notice?crockery, glass and china.? JOHN E. VAN ANTWERP will Mil en Tues day. 22d iMt . at 10 o'clook, at No. 216 Pearl (treat, from the shelves, C3 *rate* whits granite, aborted: 11 do. mul b"rry ware, 3 do. light Mae, 7 C. C. dipt aad edged ware; 1 cask ehina. Also. 73 package! glaaa, a**orted, all kind*; 1 orate epittoona and water ke??, 100 fanay o locks, knlvs* and forks, chamber and water paili, lantern*. Ac. Cataijgue. now ready. Term at aale. A CCTION NOTICE -J. BOGABT, AUCTIONEER? XX By S. BOG ART, thil day, at HI,1, o'clock, at the aac tien rooms, corner of Krankfort and M illiam street*? Mort gage sale of household fornitnro, piano, <tc., consisting ia part of mahogany and walnut solan, lounge*. secretary, writing desks, office desks, mahogany spring seat chair*, coverd back, rooker*. wardrobes, bureaus, large assortment of Brussels, three ply and ingrain carpets, India matting, oil paintings, mahogany French bedsteads, hair, hnsk, sea grass and straw mattresies, feather beds, walnut table*, bedsteads, quilts, gilt bedroom mirror*, crockery aad glat* ware, put oil ware; also one upright piano; kitohen furni ture, to. MICU'L DOuDV, Att'y for Mortgageo. To morrow dry goods. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF CLOTHING, AC -JOHN W. SUMl.RINDYKi., auctioneer, corner or Centre and Franklin streets, will sell on Friday, June 1, at 10 o'clock, *t .Ml Grand street, the s took in said store, conaistiug oi eoats, 1 antatoons, vests, ahirt*. drawers. Ac. ~V_ MARX SELIGMAV, Assignee. AUCTION NOTICE.? WM. B. JONES. AUCTIONEER.? by virtue of a chattel mortgage, I will sell. thi* day, at I IS avenue B, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, the contents of a drug stoie, consisting of ooanters, showcases, soda fixtures, drugs, medicines, aegars, scales, perfumery, and all ottier articles appertaining to a druggist. CIIARl.ES F. WATTS, Constable and Attorney for Mort gagee, Office, Marine Court. AUCTION NOTICE - THOS. BELL. AUCTIONEER A By Bell A Bush, this day, at 10H o'clock, at 234 Seventh avenue, between Twenty fifth and Twenty-sixth atreits, a good ^assortment of second hand and other furni ture; S3 bedsteads, chairs, bureaus, I. glasses, Brussels car pets, crockery, china, titchen utensils, stove* and various housekeeping articlea. Mn at be removed same day. Deposits required. Also two va'.nable watches; a fine rifle, Ao. Auction notice.-thos. bell, auctioneer - By Bell A Buab, on Thursday and Friday, each day at ](/)? o'clock, ia our aaloarooma. 12 North William street, will be sold, without reserve, the balance stock of superior itatioaerv. bunk books, paper, all kind* of artioles in the line, cards, envelope!, copying presses, Ac.. by order of as signee. Removed from 177 Pearl street. Also the bill of goods bought by Mr. Matray, who ha* not come up. IN THURSDAY'S SALE, AT 12 O'CLOCK PRECISELY, will bo sold to the highest bidder, 300 pa r of painted transparent winuow ahadei, by virtue of an execution. In Friday'! sale Mr. Munay's bill of purchase will be sold. AMeCAFFRAY. AUCTIONEER.-THIS DAY, AT . I US' o'clook, McCAFFRAY A WALTERS, will sell at anctioa room 26 Catherine street, a general assortment el household furnitnre, consisting of marble top tables, bu reaus and waihstaads, sofas, spring and cane scat chairs, walnut, mahogany and plain bedsteads, feather beds, hair and straw mattresses, bolsters and pillows, Brussels, three ply and ingrain carpets, with a larr-e assortment of kitchen natensila ; also, a camera tube, and a quantity of gold and silver watches, to pay advaaces. BY F. COLTON, ACCTIONEER-LARGE saleiof household lurnitnra, pianoforte, mirrors, Ao ? F Col ton will sell this day, ( Wednesday. j 23d. at 10^ o'eloek, at the auction rooms, 90 Bookman itreet, second story, a very large assortment of good new and seeoad hand furniture, solas in Lair cloth and brocatel , voltalre chairs, tete-a tete, mahogany Freaoh bedsteads, chairs, oouches, mahoga ny and rosewood seeretariee aud biokcass*. marble top dressing and plain bareaus, marble top centre, eard and ?era tables; blaek walnut extension dining do., carved and plain rockers, large and small French plate and oval mir rors, ear pots and oil cloths, bods aad mattress**, Ac., Ac.; also, one enlt of marble top oottage bedroom farntture, in ? ooc order; also, one very rich sot of laee curtains aad sur nieos; also, ons rosewood pianoforte, 6'i octave and fally warranted: also, M) full piseee ol oUclotn aad JH dosea curl maple and blaek walant chairs. Sals persaptory, and goods must ke removed same day. Billiard tables, pistol and kifli gallery at anotion.? On Wednesday, May 30, at the Irving Rooms, corner ot Broadway aad Walker street, nine supe rior billiard Utkloe (Bassford's make), iron frames, togetaor with balle, enes, Ae. ;also setteee, chairs, oileloths, Ac., also tho rifle aad pistol gallery, target*, aad everything connected with gallsry. Sale ia consequence of the owner reducing his business to one floor. Also, the two floors to let. Inquire on the premises, or at the anctioa noma 1*7 ('anal street WILLIAM WITfEES. Auctioneer. Ci B. MILLER A CO, AUCTIONEERS, WILL SELL, this day, Wedaesdajr, at 12 o'clock, at Merchants' Ex ehsan, ono elegant first olars three story aad basement brick Bouse on Clermont avenue, between Greene aad l.alay itte; two valuable three story aad basement brick honses on ? ast side t ulton avenue, between Fulton aad Atlaatie ave a vies; two frame dwelHar bouse* oa South Seventh street. Jersoy City; one do. on Bergen Hill, near Cenrt Uonse; con tinuatioa sale of twsnty one East Nsw Fork oeatre lot* For terms, apply at the office of ths auctioneers, I*. Broadway. KLIA9B. HENRY, AUCTIONEER, WILL SRLL THIS day at e'olook, at 76 Naseaa street, a rica assert ?,*nt of greenhouse and ether alants, eonaUtlng of r ises ia bad aad bloom, moss aad running reea*. geraaiu ns, verb* aas, wUvariaa, gladeoies, panties, dahlia*, saraatieas, eraare and lessen tveee, As ; selected partieular>y tor thi* ?ale from the nursery ef Mr. Borhaaeu Aitoria, L. I POR SALE AT AUCTION WITBOUT REsERFB? Seh eon or Amity, earries W ton*; aad (leap Carviine, n 9 I ten*; sleop Superior. M ton*; aad oae, aeari* aew. 36 teas, ?n Wedneeday, at II e'oieck, oa aorth side at Atlaane Rasia, Bcaokl>a All are centre heard, ot drafX, ta petit;* order tit ***? l?nn?t*? be??. 8ALBR AT :&2: ?&?z?jzr? i ,^5^ w~iT',pr" fortea, oil pai'liaga, mirror#, #ilvar plataA .? narlor fur prislag aoveral splendid suit# el oarvei* i iiiash A#., niturs, oorared la nob French aatln, brooata ' three auperior roaawood planotortea, on# of whieW ..?ta^-t mad* by Gilbert) cast Hal, aad is almost ??w; f bureau suite or chamber furniture, oouaiating : or i>?ail?aa, , ^ waa'nand, comnode. toa#l raek ind tour ckalra? I _~'uhed tifuily carved and enamelled, aad lined ieeide 4niJ ?hid wood; was on exhibition at tbe IrjiUI 1 ala? . ?_ yt coat HKJ, it is a boii iivriMui suite, aad worthy of ape?u attention; roeewood aad mahogany ?ota#, t#te -A-tMMa MM beds; #asy, rocking aa<l parlor onaira, covered in hill aad ia great variety ; beautiful roiewood aad mabogaay bo? steads, im>U( bureaus aad washstands. with marble t?ps; bookcase# tad wardrobe*, spleadidly carved; roeewood and mategany marbla top centre, pier aad ianey tabl#a; maho gany . aak and walnut extenaoa dressing tablM; faaoy. H? U( and quartette tablet, ia great variety; uorner eteeds, | bock rants and mine ataada; richly ornameated (tit fra?e and oval uirrors. pearl inlaid euht day clock, a very flao assor* uieut of allver plated crt bottle eaatera, cake baaketa, ?coon*, fork#, Ao.; iirnaaeli aad ingraiB carpets, tour mat tresses and paUiaiaea with a lot of other goods not bare men Monad; alio, an involo* at beautiful French laaojr .-oods. ta 1 be Hold without reserve, eompitsrag pearl inlaid papier ma eke writing deak#. folios, work boxes. rosewood aad maliega ?r do. oaaea of mathemataeal instrument*, mother of p<mrl nerlume boiei, thermometer*. ladies' compamone, fanry. frt*er and note paper, Ao. Catalogue# on tbu moraine of #a*s. , EOCSXa B. FRANKLIN. AUCTION EER.-RY FRANK Ut*M N 1CHOL0? Mertg?g? aale of the furniture, tix i Aa Ao of tbeOlobe Uotol, Fatten street, corner of C^u Hfro*. Brooklyn, on 3?t.-day, nay ftitk . UU . at , warirobe'o bedsteads, bnroan#/whs*Ma?. ? re pier, aide and fancy table#, extension dining tablfa, , el landelier# *ad gas bnraeTB, maguiticeat pier, mantel and bedroom mim>T?, oil paiBtieg#, tapestry. Bru#ael# Mil la. ffr>in AtrDfltH k$ir IQlttrttkM, IilUlfciiOf, ShW?S? blSIlllSSSe &S52k2S. tabl ecoV* a, China, .tea. and crocked %?aro, ?iverplf.t?4 ware. kn?vt?. torki, being i? ?Jl ? vtry exUsntive *Mortm?*t of hotel furiiirure, *f nearly i ?w Ofbra will bereooived for jritato pan " the aiiare mantioaed property ?nt11 aold to aatiaty chattel mort^a?ee and by otde. of mortgagee. XT T. WRY H LB??9. AUCTIONEER.? BY II. U. LEIBS II A Co ? W edneaday, May 23. and Ihuraday, May M^at Idl, i, 'eloak eaoh day, at aalearooua, No. 1# naaaau atreert, superb rnartle vaeea, at at nary, _Ao . being tbe lMtaale of tho eeaaen. compriaing the laat lmportatloa oi Mignor O. ?. 1'andolliui, preeiouaiy to bit departure for Europe. Vaaea A au|*rb eelleotion. ovneiatiug of 1'omj.eU. E ?? *?'???? 1 &**. die. to. l'jroi eae, Roman, Ao., of niMbla and alabaatar, all richly curved in llaaao relievo. A large v ariaty ot marbla ai.d alaliaater ata'uettea, vii :-Tracediea and Comediea, Uiana, Bileli, Herculea, fiaochuf, l'rud?ry and Coquetry, lanoeence, liove, and niauy other claaaic aubjaota. aavaral piooei of loagnilicent marble ?ud verde antique etataary by tbe moat celebrated Italian eeulptora? among them will ba found the Madonna of T. ncrani. Four . Seaaooa, Anoato, Darie. and otbeia equally hne. A large invoioe ol broiuea, counting cf lampa and atatuettea, comprmn* the molt unique and reoi'erohe collec'lon yet offered, tegetber with i an aaaortment of brunte and ormolu clooka, of vsrioua atvlia, sitea and pat'.era. Sale without reserve, to oloae out tlio in voice. HENRRY H. LEEDS, AUCTIONF.ER.--BV IIENRY u i.ettdi A Co., on Wedneaday, May at 12 o olock. in front of aalearoom, 1S> Naaaau a reet. a '' hauda high, perfectly aound and jund in all harnaaa, a good traveller and invaluable lamlly horae. a light '>??!** wagon but little uaed and in good oroer; a aet of atngla Uar ,.e A Alao 11 light wagon, without reaerve, to hlglieat bid lie? ' a bay mare, 8 jeara old banda high, aound and kind In all barneia aod free from tricka, a tluo iadv ? aad ale borae; told na the owner ia about leavinj for Alao a beautdul light extcnaion top carriage. maJ? l>y W ood, Tomlinaon A Co.; la In good condition. h?ving b?en uaid but a abort time in the oono'ry; aold only lor want of uae. A pair of blaea horaea, I6S handa higli. betweon aeven and eight yearn old, kind and gentle in all I'arn ???, and one being a well known (addle hcrae, good travelltri ami atyllsh diivera. AW a Uno carriage nearly new, faa b.en but lii tle uted, and coat t M la?t fall. Alao a aet of donble har i.i an. A dark cheatnut marc eight veara old, of the Morgan an. I Iltmilton breed, very good aad die horae, kind apd gen til in aiuglo and double tarneaa. aold a? the owner bai no furthrr ??e for her. heeond hand caiTia*e. nearly now, cojt originally JMu. and built by Wood, lomlin*on A Co.. of ^ Broadway; to be fold without roafrvo. Phiuton, nearly J new and ia lirst rate order, having been thoroughly repvr^ ei! tliia apring; made by Lawrence A Colin. Alao a light vaifon. The fuat trotting maro .leney I.'nd, IS, , hands hl*h, sever ytara old. warranted Bound and kind i lu ail Uarueaa or under saddle, having been trained for either; can trot in three miuutea: aold only lor want of u'Q Hardware AUCTION notice ? J ?? van ant WKKl' will aell on Thnraday, S4th, at 10 ** ?'II, l'eari atrcet. 200 package# and lot# uirmiugham, Shot field German ana An.erioan hardware, comprlalng au er teller: t aaiortment. Alao. ,W caaka emery, an mrnwe .of Aiucrlcnu table outiery. aho? aai butcher a kmvea; 20 caaoa cut tacks, brad# and flushing nails; 1 ca?e braaa^tobaco ? boxee; 3 casks Amerioan nlea, ?!>, to 14 -W liellet Web aawa; !< caacs a*e aud pick handle#, Alio, for account of whom it may oonoern, the ?nUre ofca "tail har; d in- are hruie with which too 8*1 o will coinmeijoe* Al?o, I r.Jke o* chaTni daniMed <oods; 1 cwk Eogli^ drewm? knlv???I ca?k Ball brao?; 3 bae? horse nail#, damaged on the voyage. Catalogue# on day of aale. TOIIN L. VAN BE WATER. AUCTIONEER. WILfi J sell on Tuesday, Wedneaday and Thurada* May JU, , 30 aid 31, at 10>4 o'olock each day, at the llrcadway ? Large, attractive and peremptory aale ot Unit chits cabinet furnltnre. in rosewood, mahogany, walnut and cak, euil racmg the latoat and most reoherche stylos and deidcns. AI#o, a line ol Parisian clooka and real bronxj figures,' being the entire stock of Messrs Rochefor* A Skar reu hale peremptory in couae(iu?noeofdi?aohitionof co^ pattncrship. The furniture comprlalng t"B ?al?i, wUh tbe excention of the l'aruian stock, waa manufactured by liesars. R. A 8 , uncer their ewu direction ?nd."l'*.*T'l*i0!J; txorefsly f?r their private cuaiom, and ia a# well finlahed a? thonah mad* to order? ovory iiieoeof which fully warranted. The veil known reputation or the manutitoturera a? to ityle, ieaiga a ?d "niab, ta believed to be a fall guarantee to ?U w bo del ire to pnrabase. The good# may be examined several day# be 'or* the sale, with oawlognaa^ aiiectfullv requested. Kvary lot will be sold to the highest bidder. Terms cash. For particular# #?? Courier an.l En quiror. tohn l vandewater. auctioneer, will ,1 ,ull on Thuraday. May 23, at I0)< o cleok, at the salaa room, 12 Maiden lane, hon.ehol^rnitnte amoved for convenience of tale oonamting In part of BrnMUf, wu ton and ingrain carpets, oil eloth#, rosewood anitea, ?ov'r ed in pi u?h an d brJatel; roaewoo<f ar d mahogany marble too centre tablea. ladiea' blaok walnnt ae?retary, with plate t?us <Toolrs; mahogany and roMWOod work talle#, mahoga Sy aecretary bookca##; damask wlndow cyrtaina. Ac. Bed room fumitnre ? Mahogany and roaewo#d ? renob hod#tead # marble to? dressing bareau#, waahstandi, tables, mattress es, toil#t #?ts, Ae. -rnnv W SdMF.KINUVKB, AUCTIONEER, CORNER J of ^ raokhs anil Centre rt^sta -Mortgago rs ef fural; tore, Ac., at the auotion room, on Thuraday^May 34. a 1 1U,. o'clcrk, oonaiating of mahogany #ota ?*d ^ i-af ta' fekhr.-BiSKgWar frail er be??, piuow#, Attorney for Mortgagee. 1 i... C'Ol.E. AUCTIONEER.? VALUABLE LOTS IN ? I ih# tifldh wjrtf liirooklyu, at auction. ? James Cole a Snn'will tell this iay , Wednesday, May ?, at " 'tj a< tl.e M> niacue llall Court atreot, opporita the City II all. lireoklva ?p?clal anardian #?le, ny order of the court, 14 lot# on r-ellth street, uoar Third avenue Also 4jioU on "JrSC. ?treet, New York. McCOMB'S DAM.? VALUABLE PROPERTY FOB Ml*.? to be ?old by auction witboat r?ur>t, on Wed nesday noon. May 23, ?t the MorcbiuU iix;bango, (anleu pgevioaalv dispoeed of by private contract, i the undermen tioned v?l*abie freehold prnper'y, oomprising one audi Tided half ol about one hundred and eevouty building low, 20 x 100 f**t, ooveriar V acres and 'M perobe*, bounded on on* aid* by the Harlem river, on whiol it command* exten dive water privilege*. and intereacted by tU tenth avenue and lAllt. lMd, 153d, 15Uh atreeta, affording moat excellent lieildinr aitea. The laitd i> rich in Talaable moulding day, and alio oontaina aa eatcaelvo stone quarry, mltabla for building purjohei. The quantiiy ot ballding atone, eati mated by actual eurvev, Is 54#, ft? cubic Tarda, and the dc hiia tiom thia quarry and tho adjacent high ground will af lord ample material for the formation ol dook* and for fill ian in low ground, or will commend a ready aal? to the city ?overtime at tor taiaing tli. contlgunua ground to city grade. 1hru ia a hotel and outbuilding* on the property, eosupied by W. Florence at an annual rent of sW. Tne ait* i* wall known a< a favorite reaurt to alt partie* visiting MoComb'* Dam oi the High Bridge, and it) therefore additionally ad vautageoua for building lota Ready aooeaa to and from the city will be attainable en the eompletion of the Sixth and KUlith avenuea. J'artkex looking a lncrative inveatment will And thie a rare opportunity, aa the property mnat be told, and the present rapid growth of the city yearly en bareea it* value. From the preaant to th* date of sale (2SU May) parties deairing to purchase by private contract, or wiabang farther information, can obtain the an me en ap Llieatlon at the offlie of A. J. Bl.EKCK.KK, Ea<i , No. 7 road atreet, or at 1X1 Ninth atreet. Mortgage sale in brooklvn-an elegant atone (ront hotia*, being the tilth eaat of Court atreet, on the aenth tide of Second plane, lot 2ft by 133 feet, Jnat put into good order, will be (old under foreclosure, withont reserve, at noon, on Saturday next, at Montague nail. Can be seen any time before aale. For partioulara inquire of D. r. WORCESTER, 24 (Villain atreet, room 23, New York. XTEAT COUNTRY RESIDENCE, ON STATEN ISLAND. 1> For aale, at auction ?The attention of our readera ia called to tb* sale to be made, tbia day. (Wednesday,) by AL BERT II MCOLAY, auctioneer, at t*o o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange, conaiating of a very bandaame fram* home, bnilt in the Knglieh rural atyle, in the beat poaaible ir.anner, together with about twelve and a half fall lot* ot pronnd, eituated on Staten Ialand, in the romantic village of Clifton, thi* property ia eituated on a private road, and witbin only Ave minute* walk <>r Vanderbift'a landing Tb* aardea embrae** all kind* of vegetables and young fruit, aad lb* gronnda around th* bo tiM are taetefnlly laid out, with grav*l walks, shrubs, flower*, Ao , A e. Th* *ai* will be pe remptory to the highest bidder, and the ptac* ia all that a gentleman of ta*t* eonld desire. Terma liberal; title perfect. For further particular* w* refer to the advertia*m*at in an*ther*olnmn. or to the auctioneer 11 Broad *tr*et. Also, to be sold, at th* asm* time, the three story hone* and lot, 344 Thirty fifth atreet. Also, a lot on the north aide ot l<?th atreet, near Kmgibridg* road. T>K4RU, BEAMSTBIN A FBI LI I Pi. J REAl. ksTATE AND UBNBRaL. AUCTIOV1EBS, Ne. n Liberty atrejt, *ne door from Naaaaa, will giv* U *ir personal atteatfoa to a*i** of real citato, (tonka, wi **i*. aad nx rtgaiea. at pufcOe and private sale, and to the aale at ea<?l(B$ef cargoes, boaaehold furniture, palntlna*, eaataary, w*rka *f art, j*w?lry. Ae., aad ta oat door aale* "*So?i*y Ubaralty advanced *a real eitat*, atocki, T?u*la, fnanttar*. A* , l*ft oa salo with aa. Loaaa aegotiated PIT1R PARKS. AUCTION F.EB.-AUCTION SALE OF deei'able booseheld farniture. Ihnreday, May M. at IvM o'clock, at 146 Spring street, a ear Weoarer, a large and varied aaaortment of honaeheld furniture, comprlaing tfrua *ela aad other carpata. ell cloth*, mahogany parlor and ebMahar fnrnitnra, mirren.wardrobea, bookcaeea, cattl*ry, crockery , aad other tabl* war*, kitehen ntcnails, Ac. ROSSBIX W. WB8TCOTT, AUCTIONEER. -HAND aoaa household faraitwv*. res* wood pianoforte, rieh carpets, Ae. Tbia day, We*aeaday. at 11 o'clook at hooee 72 Eighth aveaue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth str**ts, comprising* large aad apleadid variety of every de>e>iptioa, beiag theeaure furniiase aad arraageaMnta of *<'T*at*ea rooms, coaaiatlng ia part of roaeweod aad mako gany tete a tetoa, tapeatry. Wilton aad thra* ply carpet*; elegant rnoewnod pianoforte, atael aad cover; ce*tly rnee wood parlor suit, taadallioa baeka, covered in blaa aad gold tapeatry . toaew ej marble top reatrre aad pier tahlea, rich aval mirror*, aolU roaawoad etegere, mirror Treat; arm aad receptioa chaira, roekaTa. ehadee aad coraieet, rich mantel vaae* aad ovejuaeat*, oil paiatiaga, anpert) reeewnod and mahagaay b*4ateada, hair mattrmiaea, weighing ?."> lea., feathar b*4?, two *lei(aat mahoeaay aoia bedsteada, apHag ?eat chain, roaewoed aad mahagan* dreaait.g bureaus, m? rble tap waabetaada, rieh gold hasd toilet teW, aofaa, d'a ire aad hreak/aat table*, oottare chairs, cat glees ware, , crooMry, ailver ware, oiloloth, hat etand, atelr caroats. I Ac , embracing every th lag raqnuito for a wall furnished I hona* lUala paelt'va. rata arahlaa. Cat al-?gn?i ?*a ba ?*? tywrt %K t%? baae? eariy tW* ?nw*t | I4UEB AT ADCTIOT. P LASTS AMD FLOWERA-IT. & MelLVAIW WILL ??It ?T?r day this week. at the m d tor*, l?o 7 Jeba at K'Si o'oluok, a flu* asaortjncat of reaM, varMxi dahlia* pink*, heneysuokle*. tabero.ei, Ac., in fl*? ?|?> tion. from 1* Beadereoa, Jer.y City. Tb* mUm far tiw mjuod *01 oloM tbi* week, aad *v*rythia? will to mM without reaarve by catalogue SAV? .?* TOW**** PBOHE1TY-WI IMVITS i* , ?i 1? 'I1* aal* of deairable property in Yoake*^ io U held by Mr BLEBCKkK thia uay. Tb* l?t? la one? lion embrace >oa? aiua al rare Leaaly ib a vlUane Tr'lirh ? * \. ' ,* b r*P?Ution for a&lubriiy. The faoiiitiM af ooa* lmpru"^ "7-7* ??aion, and caa aevar ba if . ? to l?o?e iow afforded? the eoaataatly inert* una * * ?T* *??'ding the itrongest iadneoaoeat* ta tb* Im ^aad (.ompaiv to extend overy accommodation peaeible. Ia de?.'d tke whole line to Sum Sing maat oltima-.ely b* rncard ?dutk cj tea Jed omnibat mute TBNIg M(>IIILL, 4IICTIO.N 1U..AT NK O'CLOCK. at til Naaaaa *trt*t, a ver> l?r*e and oxteaeive vnnetw of all fclad* of fumiUre, to be aold without re**rve to tia* iavoieaa aad pay tdfaain, afardiag pwrehB*er* aVood *?? Crtoaity ta aupply themaalre* at very low priced it nam I of aora*. bureau*. kedstoad* mattreeae*, carpeve imr ro'r*. oil painting*, chain, refrigerator*. it,, at 81 itaai (tract, precisely at lfi*{ o'clock Tunis morreli.. apctiosiih -at *i nassav street, at lOJg o'clock, large aad aplaudiO i imrl mowt or fnraitar* to bo seld to pay advancer to the huheet Md der, without raterre. combtiug of parlor suit*, a* fa*, ro*k era. e My chain, can* a*at chairs. wanfrober, table*, baofc caaaa, refrigerator*, b?d*t*ad* tad mattraaae*, | 1 1 1*1 1 ail, clock*, oil painting*. <tu. Toms movrbm., au< tionmr.- at ?k o'clock, at HI N?nn utrwt an diReraat aiied rwtrigeratoraar ? superior ma-*e; ul*<> cil painting*. mirror*, pier glaaaaa; * roaewund parlor cuite, cona.atiag of **fa aad ai a. clrWra covered m rich Irocver, al*o mahogany aula*, ara*' ch*w, ruekers, Juries' rocker*, marble t*p tab!**, At. Tunis Morrill, auctioneer -at si nabsaw ?lre?t, at lu)? o clock, ricb au<i aplendid pier |Iimm . jL .m!rror*' ^ in rioh gilt fraiaaa ill' anlendM design* and workmamhip; alio a larz* Ut ofra frigeratora of tlx dlTercnt sues. also a lot lari'e of xuaand hand patent bedstead* and uiatlri?*aa, Ac. fpO LI VERT STAB'?K KEEPEUS, HACK. MEN AC - X Mortgage aale ot har*e?, carriages and liunea* ?Joan W Someriadyke, antHnrer corner or Centra aad Fraak linatreeti, will **Uob Thoraday. May 24th, at II c'eleok la Iroat of tb* atoro on fraaklin atr**t, by virtue ol two oha4 tel mortgacaa, two calohe ooach**, cat four e?at wagaa. auitabl* lor one or t?o Loraea; also, on* mat borae aad a ?*t ?f ? liver ptatod doabik barn hi. JOilN W. dOMKRIM UYKR, Attoraey lor mortgage*. WILLIAM IRV1NQ. AUCTIONEER? SUI'ERB BALB of elegant oaoiuet ruraiture? William Irving A Ua. will Mil at auction, on Wedaeaday aad Thursday, May lOi aad 24th, at 10.4 o.aloek, at the laluareoma ot Joaeph Diiaa Mid Kroad way. Harlor Fatnitar*? Moat elaborately oarra4 **utre and pier tablea, of roaewood, oak. blaok walaat, ko with (tutuaTy marble, Egyptian and yellow or &eaaa t*>*. card. *ofa and tate a tet* tab)** of tue moat beautiful de ? igna; ladiea' aacritoir*iand**9r*tarie?,linedwltli*atiuwoad; encignearea of roaewood aad blaok walnut; etegere* ofavwtw deicriptian. witk heavy plat* gla** doora aad baaka; *a perb auita of roeewood parlor tarnltur* on *Bito, ofeiqal ?it* carving, of every atylo, covered in varioua colored nlk atJ latin brocattll, moiqaet. aatia brocade, velvet: alia, a large numbar of luita In muslin, lancy tablea and oaM nata. IMaiagreoai furniture en ruit? Elocaat carved oak extension dining tablea. bufltt aidaboarila. aide tablea, ota gtrra, lauagea, arm ohaira and chair* to ma'.ah, comaleta (laitu carved roaowood, olackaalnut aad mahogany diaiac rocm turniiure. Bedroom furaitnre? lluautifuUy carvoa roaowood bedroom lurnlture en aalt, oarrcd bidat*ada, drotaing bareau*. waah.tand ca'inata, very elegant ward role*, amour a-gUee, I'vache glaiaoa, .to., in blaak walaat; alao, complate auita mahogany b?droom fnraitar*. Rl*gaM ronewo*d, blaokwalnut and m^liogany bo >koaaea aad aacra ttrle*, Italian boudoir and bedroom chair*: oak, roaewooA, blackwalnut aad mahogany uat ititnda; hill tablea aad ebaire; (tiitu of enamelled oottage furniture Al?o, a larga aaaortmont of hair luattreeael. leather bed*. b*l*iar* aad pillowa, aprins mattrraaea All of the above lurnitnr* U ot the beat description, aad made without ru^ard to coat, for city retail trade. Sale peremptory. WILLIAM IRV1NU, AUCTIONEER? l'ERKMPTOBT alio of fancy aooda.? WII.L I AM IttVINO A CO. wHI (?U at auction on Tliuraday, Friday, and Saturday, Maw 24th, I'Sth, ano IMIth, at 10>j o'clock, at the (tore of j RMa B>n, 7li." Broadway, riob china paiutsd and decorated vaaa*. Tete a tote aeta, cupt and raucera. French china groupa aad tlgu ea, elegant papier maohe pearl inlaid d?<ka, dreiaiag oa eea and totloa, teaoaddiea, card reccivera, tray*, Ac ; bronaa gtoopa and flgurea, lokstanda. table belle, candelabraa, oaa dleatieka, elegant roaewood workbozea, lillod; veatlemea'a roaewoodtand mahogany dteiaing case* and writing 4 oak*, reticulea, elegant faaa, vearl and Ivory porte monnaie*. aa oei-aatiea, card ca?ea, paper outtori, pen holder*, Ao. iceat bottlea, ivory cbec<|uere, cheat mru, dominoea, clioeiuar boirda, brome clocks, clothe* bair. nail, aad tooth bruiaaag drcaa button*, ahetl combe, work (atcbela, aup'irb dreaaiac ca-ea with lilver fitting*; oap, ahawl, and hair piaa; toguthoc with a large and general axaortment of French jawelrr. tracelcta, liroochea. oar rin chain*, chatolainea, ring*, ?lecve button*, stud*, Ac. ; Jet good*? bracelet*, brooeboa, etude, Ac.;ailver plated and uritaunia ware, ivory cu?hieaa, cologne bottle*, pocket knivea, ecueori, ailvor and gald pea cil ca*e*. (agar*, caao*. Ac. A'ao, all the fixture*, ahow raaoa, conntora. ahelvea, gaa fixtures, etovea, Ao Avery artiole will poeitively be Nld without reMrv*, as the owner ia about leaving for Eurepa. n T 8. MBLLOB AUCTIONEER-? BV HOUQBTON A TT ? MEl.LwR.? Friday and Saturday, May 25 an. 26, at the tpaoioua warerooux* Naaaau atreet, two door* Inn Fulton, aeeignee'a *ale ol the entire manufactured aad un manufactured (took of a Uroadway looking tUaaa and piotura frame manufacturer, eonaiatlng of over ?15,000 worth of tha above atock, viz. 100 pier, mantel and oval Froach plata nirrora, aome 0' which coat over fliOii per pair, being *odd wood carving. Wo invito our aumaroua friend* to tha above, and they can reat assured that every lot wUl be poat tively *old, and eonaiaU of th* richeit oollcotion ever of ieted at auetinn, having all been mace to order, expreMly for cuitom Broadway aalea. Aleo a line collection of modern and European oil painting*, comprialng about two huadrad In number, by Mount, Kumer, Boeze, Boutalle, Carter, H. C'armienke, uray, and other eminent artist*, aeleoted wtta ?reit care. Alao gilt mouldinga, ptepared and unprepared rauie* in coinpo; tool*, ooantera, monlda, atooli, flxtaraa, Ac. The whele tor abaoluta aale, by order of the aaai. naa, will worthy the attention of the trade Ladiea aud gentla men are particularly invited to view the article* previa* 1 to *ale, which wi|l be ready on Thuraday. with cttaloguaa. Alao the (tore to let. A oaeh depoait will be raquired frem all purchiMra unknown to th* auotionear. l'a :king aad ahippinr on the premi?e*. WS. M1LLOR, AUCTIONEER ?BY HOUUHTON k ? Mellor, Thursday, May 24, at 10^ o'clock, at cata* ro<m, US Naaaaa atreet, neat the old Bible Iloute; pereaa tory salt of alagant cabinet furniture and mpertor taa*4 roaewcod ti^ and 7 octave niaao fort**, aold to pay advanaaa, without re**rve. In the above will be fonnd a? rich a eel lectlon aa any offered tbia eprlng, and worthy tae attentioa of the trade, oountry merchant*, hotel keeper* and other*. Catalogue 1 on morning of *al*. Every facility for p to king and abipping on tha premiaea by experienced pack en Caa ai*t* ia part or parlor tarnitura ? elaborately carved roM wood (ufte*, covered in coatly brocade, brooatel, piuah aad b*lr cloth: nobly oarved centra, pier, side and fanoy tablaa; carved ategera*. mirror*, door* and backi ; aide and earner efegeree, ladiea' parlor secretary aad writing desks, Uaad With eatln wood, white holly; two Freach plate mirror*, witfc Other rich fanoy article*. Chambere-tolid roaewaod bad ?tead*, carvad dreaaing bureaus, Inarbla tops laJ rioh Rfaa* ta; waabstaad*. commode* to match, walnvt and mthogaay <0., several richly deoorated and enameled chamber sal tea, Witli and without marble tope; bedroom chair* in great va riety, together with several superior horse hair mattreaaaa, pa'liasia*, Ac. Dining room? solid oak banfate, walaat 4a. superior city made extension dining tables, In oak, walnut, mahogany, rosewood and birch, with dining room chain to match: richly decorated French china dinner, tea aad aat fee ware; heavy plated fork* apoona. eaatera, Ao ;oleck?, ea ? raviaga, britanma aete, coffee and tea urns. Library? rioh bookcase* and Moretarle* in walnut.roaewood and raahofnajr, of tb* latest styles and designs; library desk*, chaire, readinr tablea, Ac. Also, at 12 o'clock preciaely. several Una tonal 6?4 and 7 octave pianoforte*, all of whirh are tally warrant ee worthy the attention of the trade and others; sold to par advances Wl 1.1,1 AM T. IIOYD, AUCTIONEER, (LATE HALM man with John W Soiuiriudyke )? Offlc No. 77 Dm ?in atreet, front room, flrat floor.? Mortga*? ult of itMa tciti.-Thlidi;, at foot of Atlantic buii, Brooklyn, at M o'clock, tbe (trainer* Underwriter. Koacluaoo and ladiaaa, with their apparel, Ac., aa they now lie HENRY BISHOP, Attorney for Mortgagee. WO. ALUURTUS. AUCTIONEER. ? SHERIFF'* ? aale, on Tburaday, May :M*.h. at II o'clock, In Baltia ?treet, between Smith anil lloyt atreet*, Brooklyn, aiity borier, lorty earn and harLeaa: alio, four light wa*aaa. Sale j oiitive. E. I.oTT, Sheriff. _ JOHN PlKRCE, Deputy. IlOTBLl " T?A?C,ROFT HOUSE, N Iff YORK, CORKER BROAD X) way aad Twentieth rtreet. ? 1'bU new and elegant hotel ia open tor U?e rece-ptlon of gneite. The trafelltii ootnmunitr will nnd thia in ereiy io*v?ot a flrit elaii hotel, and eitaaaaa in the faahienable part of the city. Terrae, tt per day. M ? A A. W. BORUVrfcLL. BREYOORT noUSE.-tniS ELEGANT HOUSE. Lo cated ea Fifth arenae, tbe meet faihieaable promeaa to in America, it eentiaaed apoa the European plaa, withoab any ebango of that boaatlfal faraitnre ar the ityla of lutf. ing. wnieh ha* been to mneh acproted of by ite patrnne. It contain! apartment* far famine ar aingle gentlemen aape rior to thoie of any athar hotel la tbe coantry. Tie patron age of the pnblia 1* ra(pe*ttnlly aolieited. ALBERT CLARK, Proprietor^ COLLINS' HOTEL, FOOT OF CANAL STREET, WILL let to familiea three large parlora, with bedroom* front ing the North river, on reaaonable term*. Tbe leoatioa i a aneqnalled. Alao, lateral elngle room* T ALI. MAMA MATES. Proprietor*. , rpoRONTO HOTEL. -TO AMERICAN AND CANADIAN ' A architect*. Plan* wfR be received by tbe aad?ralca?i for the ereottoa of a tlrat elaaa hotel on the eornar of King and York *traet*, Toronto. Cot* of the b a I lilJ ag, with a ranee of it?rw underneath, not to exceed t70, <MT A prw mum of WHO will be paid tor the adopted plaa. oa the arehi tect wfll reeetra a ooc.mii?1.n for euperintcndtag the era tioa ol the building. Plaa* and aaectteatioaa to ba aeat bar the I ret of inly seat. Ail pagtiotdnr* may be had ea affiT aaadoa ta the aadeniga?d. M. ROS*TW A BROTHER, Yeage ttnai PROPOSALS. OFFICE OF COMMISSI Off BBS OY EMIGRATION. Xrw York, May 17. IMA.? Sealed aropoeala foe M*1 pile a of ffblU A*b Sohaylkill Coal, of the beet qoaJMf , tar ike lnatitatloaa under tke charge ef the Commlaeioaera at Emigration, ae foUawa:? Per the Emigrant, Re face ud H'apitali, Ward 'a IMaad, LAAO Vena ea aiie, aad 1M t?M Dnt atie. to be deliveee l all MM doek af the fnwItMaaaio Mb Ward1* Ielaad; aad for the Mariae Hoepetal Stataa IMaad. W toa* egg M*e aad ISO tea* nat ilia, ta ba ieliTeNd at tk* doek ef tbe Mariae Ho?p4t*L will be received by them at their ofBce, 81 Anthonr atreet. nntil tka ISd iaitaat. Vbe aboae iwppliee to be furniahej ia aaeh maaaar, aad mm ?rich Mtaaa, aa tke Cemariaoioaori ma* re-jutr? and dlreet. Tbe Commiaateaera raaarre ta tkemaal vee the right ta raiaat any aropoeala wbtoh they My deem net for the iatereat af tba Ceaaladet. Li<4L'ORS, AC IMPORTER LIQBORS? BRANDlRfl. WINES. fllMR. Ae., la peMkaoea, imported la balvee, -juerter teak* aaJ oetaraa; dlffeaaat gradee aad qnalltlea, erteh eertMaataead In porta ttea from the CoReetor aad Sar*eror of the l*e?V For agio Iraai bead by L. M. IfMPSONA SOWR. , VDMfl f NrHI* ^ , HXTRA PA*. nomr land-francisco ?"*ardo,s I j Twsl John a m? Had. HUIm, S&svtl 1 Jaeaea O'Velll, aalTVe^|??^^ aad aold at heat ratea. f ' attorney, 7V Naaeaa itrcet, root ?? EAYY r, , fii all'wara MkoM trtlawaaad I UHMTRD STAIRS SB IP ALRANY.? 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