AND BUILDERS' GUIDE
No. 5.] NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1869. [WhoeeNo. 83.
A. J. BLXIUCKER, Auctioneer. -
SUPREME COURT. —IN PARTITION.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF 3,300 LOTS,
MILL SITES, VILLA SITES, AND DWELLING-HOUSES,
NEAR FORDIIAM DEPOT, "WESTCHESTER CO., N. Y.
A. J. BLEECKER, SON&CO.
"Will sell at puhlic auction, on the premises, situated near Fordham Depot, under the direction of PHELO T. EUG-
GLES, Referee, ou the 26th day of OCTOBER, 1869, at 12 o'clock at noon,
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES OF LAND,
the country seat of the late PETER LORILLARD. This magnificent property has recently been topographically sur¬
veyed and lai . out by Gun. E. L. Viele. formerly Chiel Engineer of tho Centril Park, and will be offered to the puhlic
in Lots and Villa Sites of convenient size. ' ........
The mansion of tlie late owner, a granite structure containing thirty rooms, with stone stables, green-house, con¬
servatories, graperies, gas-house, and garden, will bo sold witl) about thirty acres of land, forming a complete and
elegant country residence. There is also upon the premises a valuable water-power, which will be sold with the mills
and null sites. - . . "^ ' .....
The property will be sold subject to restrictions against nuisances.
Eighty per cent, of the purchase money may remain on mortgage for a term of years.
For maps and information, apply to
A. J. BLEECKER, SON & CO., 11 Cedar Street;
PHILO T. EUGGLES, 89 Wall Street; or
G. TILLOT80N, 46 Exchange Place.
J. JouNSON, Jr., Auctioneer.
JOHNSON & MILLER, AUCTIONEERS
AND EEAL ESTATE BROKERS, No. 25 Nassau
Street, corner of Cedar, New York,
^~ City and Country Real Estate at Public and Pri¬
Loans on Mortgage negotiated.
f. Auction Sales of Furniture, Stocks, Merchandise, iac.
MONDAY, October 18.
At 12.80 o'clock, on the premises. Six Eoads,
RAH WAV, N. 3.
GRE.\T ADJOURNED SALE.
On this occasion. 200 lots (including the most desirable
property) not offered at the last auction sale, will positively
be sold, without limit or reservation, to the highest bidder.
Free excursion and collation.-
Maps and railroad passes at the office of the Auctioneer,^
25 Nassau street, N. Y.
"WEDNESDAY, October 20,
At 12 o'clock, on the premises at BOSCOBEE., Cruger's
GREAT HUD ON RIVER SALE
THE FINEST PROPERTY EVER OFFERED.
EACH SITE CO.MMANDS A SPLENDID RIVER VIE"W.
SALE POSITIVE AND "WITHOUT RESERVE
BoscouRL (beautiful wood) is situated at Cruger's Sta¬
tion, on the Hudson, 35 miles from New York. It consists
of 200 acres, subdivided into plots of from 1 to 3 acres, by
a most^^yporienced landscape gardener. All acquainted
with Hudson River scenery admit that thero is no point
on the river which affords more e.ttended and enchanting
views than these highlands opposite Uaverstraw Bay. The
property, bounded by tho Hudson, with its beautiful
knolls and high plateaus, is unequalled for gentlemen's
residences. It is proposed to change the name of Cruger's
Station to Boscobel, which has i.een the name of the Post-
otlice for years, and plans are on loot for building a new
and commodious depot, which shall be attractive in all
There are twelve trains a day at present stopping at this
station, aud tho time to Peekskill. five miles above, by
express trains, is one hour. Tho distance from the lower
part of the city is becoming lessened in time by more rapid
trains, the Elevated Railway, itc. aud the wiser business
men are selling out and retiring before the encroachments
of the city (which advances up-town with wonderful
strides), and settling themselves above Tarrj'town. This
property will be sold at auction, absolutely, aud without
reserve, to the highest bidder, on the 20th inst. We invite
business men who desire to secure a site on the Hudson,
as well as those who look for a most profitable'investment,
to examine It before the sale. All who wish to attend this
sale win leave their names at the office of the auctioneer,
and free railroad passes will be sent to them.
James M. Miller, Auctioneer.
BY JAMES M. MILLER, OFFIGE,
28 PINE STREET.
THUESDAY, October 14,
At 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway',
"Will he sold under the direction of D. P; Ingbarah,
Jr., Referee, One Lot of Land, north side, known as No. 5
Ashland place (late Perry street) being 22 ft. 6 in. front by
98 ft, 4 in. on the North side.
TUESDAY, October 19,
At 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway,
"Will he sold under the diiection of D. P. Inoraiiav,
Jr., Referee, Two Lots of Land north side of Sixty-eighth
street, distant 63.9 west of Broadway; Lot 86 feet front by
John H. Aitsten, Auctioneer.
HAZARD, APTHORP & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers,
110 Broadway, New"irorl£.
Will sell at auction, at the Real Estate Salesroom, 111
Broadway, every description of
EEAL ESTATE, OITT AND COUNTEY.
New York OrricE. 110 BROAnwAv; Bostok Office,
Boston Post Building; Newport, Bellevue Avenux.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEI"VrED
letters-patent, dated May 25th, 1869, for their im¬
provement in the fronts of buildings, are now prepared to
grant licenses to founders and builders intending to mako
Apply to our Patent Attorney, T. D. Stetson, 5 Tryon
Eow, ISew York.
NATH. J. BURCHELL.
The undersigned is prepared to construct fronts on this
plan in the best manner and at the shortest notice. Has a
stock of patterns and machinery for finishing.
Apply at the Foundry, corner of Qu.iy and Washington
O. H. Pierson, Auctioneer.
BY A. D. MELLICK, JR., & BRO.,. Auc¬
tioneers and Dealers in New Jersey Reiki Estate, No.
26 Pine Street, New York.
TWO HUNDEED "VILLA PLOTS
CLINTON PLACE, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY,
By order of James Demarest, Esq^
■ On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, at 12 M. .
The sitnation of this property is among the finest In the
vicinity of Newark, being on Clinton place, within seven
minutes' walk of Clinton avenue, on which run the Irving-
ton horse-cars, and only two miles from the Eailroad
Station in Newark. The Peapack Railroad will have a
station very near this property, which must tend to very
much enhance its value.
Very beautiful and extensive views, extending from the
Oronge Mountains to Long Island.
There will also be sold on the same day the HAND¬
SOME AND ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCE OF JAMES
DEMAREST, Esq., situated as above, and being one of
the most desirable country seats in the vicinity. Large
double house, 20 rooms.'with all the improvements;
grounds comprise six acres, bt-autilully shaded and im¬
proved, coach house, stable, gardener's house, kc, <lkc.
Permits to view the house now ready; must be seen be¬
fore the sale, as it will be positively closed on that day.
Special train by Newark and New York Railroad, from
foot of Liberty street, at H a. .m. Excursion cars by the
Irvington H<irse Railroad will leave Broad street Station
on the arrival of the train.
COLLATION BEFORE THE SALE.
For railroad passos, maps, and full particulars, apply at
the Office of CHANDLER &. GIESE, No. 793 Broad 8t_
Newark, and of
A. D. MELLICK, Jr., & BRO.,
No. 26 Pine street.
"WEDNESDAY, October 20, 1869, at 12.80 p.m., on tha
150 MAGNIFICENT VILLA BITES
MADISON, N. J
. The great success of our last sale of the Edward Hol¬
land Estate has decided the Madison Land Association to
offer immediately the remainder of this Beautiful Pro¬
perty, which will be positively sold without reserve on th«
THE BEST OF THE WINE HAS BEEN KEPT TILL
TIIE LAST. The property offered at our recent sale was
handsomely situated, but the location of the lots to bo
sold on the 20th inst is TRULY MAGNIFICENT, com-
manding a view of over twenty miles of country. They
are but ten minutes' walk from the station, and inimedi-
ately opposite the Drew Seminary and the elegant resi¬
dence of F. S. Lathrop, Esq. ,
Special train from the foot of Barclay street at 10 a.m.
Collation on the arrival of the train.
Free passes, maps, and full particulars, four days before
the sale, at the ofiice of
A. D. MELLICK, Jr., 4; BRO.,
26 Pine street, N.Y.
THE LACY SASH WEIGHT CO.
Manufacture and sell the
STANDARD SASH WEIGHTS.
The Cheapest and Best in tho market.
WEIGHTS FOR GAS WORKS,
of all kinds, and
DUMB-WAITER WEIGHTS. %
OFFICE, 73 BEEKinEAN STREET,