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A"~~LLKN B. MINKR. ADOTIONBKB. ?
BY MKNAV H. LEEDS A MINKR.
IWtvMau No*. M Chamber* atrect and 77 RmJi ttraaL
ART OALLKRIE8 Noa.817 and SI9 BROADWAY.
ON THURSDAY KYENING, JUNK SO, AT 7W O'CLOCK,
tr THR LKEDS ART OALLBRIB8, NOS. 817 AMD ??
ROADWAY, (outhwett oruir Twelfth atrtet
B\' ORPRR OP JOHN SRDGWICE,
8PBCIAI, KKOBIVBK.
PINE OIL PAlMi lN(Jt) by celebrated * ! farorlU
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN ARTISTS.
Without reserve, beta; the clotlng aale of tha aeaaon and
orop ruing aouio very drain, ble ana valuable works.
Particulars In a few day*. They wll! be on exhibition, free,
? and from Saturday, 2Siti Inat., until aale.
A LLBN B. MINKR, AUCTION BUR.
A By HENRY U. LKKDS jt MINER.
? Saturday, Juno J\ alio!*' o'clock, at their aalearonnx.
96 Chamber* aud 77 R*i.-dc alrecta,
n aaaortineot of ban laome Hoimchold Furniture cooalailnj
f irllt frame Prench date Pier Mlmm. V?i??i and Hriiiaela
Carpets; rosewood and Mac* walnut Parlor Suits In brocatal
?oa rens; marble top Ctntre Tablet, black mirror
tack fcUgerei; Hedsteads, Bureaua, Wardrobes. Solas and
Baey Chair*; b:aok walnut cane seat Cbairs, a large lot or
Moon Pumitui-e, Matt sain, Pillows, Kxteotlou Tables,
ak cant Mat IMnlng Chairs, Decorative Vaaet. Parian Kik
ree, Clocki and Oande aDrai, Bo.'as, IJtdsteads, Ac., Ac.;
Oil Paintings, 4c., Ac.
Alte at It o'clock, ? .
retewood and mahogany frame Pianos bjr well known makers.
An lurolce of new Accordeons by Muason, ol Paris.
ALLKM B. MINKK, AUCTiqglgB
B* IIEN&Y M. LKBOB A MINER.
Om Wednesday. June ?, ai 10* o'clock, at their salesrooms,
No*. M ( hamberaand 77 Keade itreeta, ASSIGN Kl.'d
BALK, continuation Irotu Mar. :ti, tu close tie ba'ance of the
Mock ot PINE WIN Ed, L1QUOK8, Ac., offered by us on
Mat data.
ljyll particulars hereafter. __________
Auction notice, -i?. t. hazell, auctioneer.
THIS DAT (PRIRAT\ June S4,
o'e'ook, at our *ale?room, IIS Chambers street,
Hear; and (tb?if Hardware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Ac.,
h lots to suit cit/ and country trade.
Also
Kaamclted and Plain Hollow Ware, French Tinned Ware, to.
A floe line of American Table Cutlery.
Also
Iron Wire?45,CO pounds Iron Wire, assorted sues.
duns? 31 Double Onus, Ketrolvers, Ac.
Catalogues on morning ot sale.
K. T. H.VZRLL A CO.,
Auctioneers, 118 Chambers street.
A KCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER.
_A OlOoe and salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite the Poet
JOHNSTON A VAN TA6SELL,
Auctioneers, o7 Nassau streot.
The tale of line Oil Paintinga by our favorite American
Ed foreign arttma are on eihlbllion at our aalesi'ouin, 97
iseau street, ui.tll tbe dars of su'e, Tuesday and W'ednesf
neit. Catalogue* ready on Saturday.
A rch. johnston, auctioneer.
/> office and salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post
JOHNSTON a VAX TA9SELL will sell by auction this
Er. al 10* o'clock, at their lali-siooui, 87 Nacxau stret% a
ge and varied assortment of Household Furniture, floe
,rior suits, k? ironni Suit*, Mirrors, <aipots, Ac.
Alao office Furniture, Ao.
Arch, johnston, auctioneer.
Ofl'ce ami ?ale*room 37 Nassau street
By JOHNSTON a van TASSELL.
Auction talc of
Hones, Carriage* an.i Harness,
tlhe Home AuHlon Mart, ua Kaal Thirteenth street, near
tmh arcniic.
THIS flAT (FRIDAY), AT 11 O'CLOCK.
For hill description aee under head or Horace and Car4s*e?
In catalog!!".
We never postpone a sale on account of tbe weather.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
Hotel keeper* and the trade,
Over 800 lot* an i orer iiU.OW worth
ibleyant Househol l Furniture, Paintings, Bronze*,
At nubile auction to the highest bniders.
On THIS DAY (KRIDAYt, June 54, at lti o'clock,
Al the large lire atorr residence 12 Tenth atrcct,
Between Broadway and Fifth avenue, near Fifth avenue,
gnlflceni tour round cornered rosewood 7<^ ortav* Piano MM,
eight ncli Parlor 8ult*, cohered with satin brocatel,
Itrlpud and plain reps and batro.'oth; Pier and Oval Mirier*,
brocatel, rent and lace Curtains; magnificent Oil Palntniga,
Bronze*, French Clock*, Vases, Statuary, Cabinet*,
bolide ruse, Etagcre*, Table*, Pookcase, Writing Pesk, 15
toiewood and walnut Chamber Suit*, Mattreue*, Bedding*.
Boras, Lounge*. Chairs, Sideboard*, extension Table, Dining
Chairs, Utas*. China and Silver Ware, Cutlery, Ac. Reliable
en Id attendance to cart or pack good* for purchasers at
fraeonable charges. EDWIN NICHOLS, Auctloncr.
Auction notice.-larqe sale.
118 Weit Twenty seventh street, ne*r Sixth avenue
LUKE FIT/.OERALD, Auctioneer,
ijtll Mil thl* i Friday i commencing at HIM o'clock, all the
Megant, ooitly Furniture contained In tbe above residence,
ftonslstlng of rosewood Planofote. Parlor Suits oovered In
Jrocatal and *1lk rep*; Centre Table*, Turkish Chairs, Paintfag*,
Bronze*. Ornaments, Curtain*, Carpet*. Mirrors, Ac.
pining Room Furniture?Chair*, Extonslon Table, Buffet,
glassware, Dinner and Tea Set*; Fllverplatrd Ware, Knives,
Fork*. Spoon*, Ice Pitchers and other article*. Bedroom
Furniture?Rosewood and walnut Set*, single and d ,uble
Bedeteads, over 110 Curled Hair Bed*, Spring Bed*, Carpets,
Curtain*, Sheets, Pillow*, Ac. Alio Kitchen and Basement
yurnlturs, la all, 400 lots useful Houaebold Furniture.
A llJTTl \U HATtnV iirnTVOU .<r ? 1Vro?
n vv??w? HVKVB?jp/i ivn.?? i vi n r?oi
A Twentyseventli stheet, large sale of Household FuruU
fare, Carpels, Pianoforte and over 800 lots, tbi( day (Frl
ay), commencing at 1)4 o'clock. .
_ J. O. fAHKER A CO., Auction**!*.
i ?MORTGAGE BALK OF ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD
A< Furniture thl* (Friday) afternoon, at l>j o'clock, at
Bo. tM Bre.voort plac*, West Tenth street, near University
laoc.?-Rosewood and walnut Parlor Suits, Pianoforte, Tv
> * , Btageres, Mirrors, Curtains, Clocks, Paintings,
Bronzes, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstiwvts, Mattresses,
Lounge?i, Chairs, Sofas, Library and Dining Furniture, Ac.
Sale positive. By order of Charles I'oimg, Esq.
Albbkt b. waldron, auctioneer.
Salesrooms 106 liberty and 111 Cedar streets.
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Ac.
WALDRON A COOKE will sell by auction, on Saturday, I
June 26, at 10)4 o'clock, a good assortment of second band
and new Furniture, Ac., Including Parlor, Chamber, Dining
Boom and Hall Furniture, in rosewood, walnut and rualiog^ Tl
Bedding, Carpets, Glass, China, Cutlery, Plate, PicAUCTIO.V
SALE.?J. M. TAYLOR, AUCTIONEER.
a rare chance for housekeepers.
600 lots by catalogue
Macnlllcent Household Furniture,
furnished at a cost of <;!S,0t)0.
Drawing Room Suits, Pianoforte, Paintings, Statuary,
Silverware, Bronzes; rare, costly Works or Art.
On this day (Friday , at the elegant mansion
M West Fifteenth street, between Filth and BUth arenuos,
sale commencing at 10)$ o'clock.
Drawing Room Suit, covered satin brocatel, richest deferiptlon;
rosewood llanoforte, l-.tajeres, Bookcase; maritioferie
bois de rose Cabinet, Tables, Encolgneures, JarJiBiere',
m lalllon Carpe'.s: C!:aadc c.s, Palntlni s, by emineut
artists; hrocaiel lace Curtains; rosewood and walnut Bureaus,
Bedsteads. Wardrobes, Commodes, Maltretsss, Counterpanes;
Extension Table, Buffet, Hll ei ware, Linens, Chlfeawarn.
Cutlery, Glassware; basement kitchen Furniture;
Iso Furniture servants' apartments.
A ?TRADE BALE DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCHER,
A, Ac.- a. M. CK1STaI.au, Auctioneer, will sell at MB
Broadway, near Houston street, at 10)$ o'clock, a large Invoice
of Gold and Silver Watch* <, Diamonds, set and unset;
Jewelry, Silver Plated Ware. Pocket and Table Cutlery, two
Bandsmoe silver plated Hhow Case*, Ac., Ac. Th* trad* and
public luvl'.cd.
11 O. BHOGfl. AUCTIONEER.
Jl>. s. B. WARES!AN A co. will acl, at auction on Saturday,
June .8, at 10)* A. M., at 122 West Broadway, corner of
Morih Moore street, Crockery and Glass war*, iu lots to suit
iBinllira nrifl Lhft Lr.L.lft.
By m. doughty, auctioneer.
Will sell tM-i <JIn continuation, at loX o'clock, at
Ulcrmmi 79 Nassau street, Cabinetmaker's Stock, both
new and se.vnd h\nd, embracing lome very fine Parlor and
Chamber Suits. In rosewood, walnut, mahogany and or It;
Joining Room Furniture lii rarie.y, curled liair Maurces.*,
MtrwMOil Pianoforte, rosewood four-pull English Ale Pump,
fron Hafei, 4c. All to be peremptorily sold.
BY J. W. CAMPHELL, JR., AUCTIONEER.?WILL
ell in lota tb.s day, at 10)y o'clouk, at 4t)ti West ThirtyUilrd
streit, near Ten.h arsuue, Stock and Futures Faniliy
flr 'cery, rlz.: Sugar, Coffee, lea, Soaps, Spices, Flour,
$tai?b, i'lckUs, ottiLr goods, Counters, filiclvinj, Lev Box,
Scales, Ke.sitres, Ac, Will .iiso soli Due lloiar, rrocri'a
Wagon an>< Hill.ess. Goods to be removed immediately.
Buyers, dcule.% specially Inr.tid.
CAMPBELL Si CO., Auctioneers.
BY JOHN H. IiRAl'KR * CO., AUCTIONEERS.?THE
Delaware, LnokswHiina and Western Railroad Company
will sc.l 80,000 tons Keranlon Coal .it public auction,
in VV ednesdny, June 2t>, at il o'clock noon, at 30 Exchange
place. SAMUEL SLOAN, I'rcsldeut.
1>y MAX BAYER3DORFER, AUCTIONEER.?SELLS,
X> al O.'-t o'clock, at 37 Lewis s'rset, Fixtures and Furnlxure,
Itetrlgcratir, Ac., of a well furnUlind Saloon, in kits.
Bcs'cru loritcd.
MAX WAYKRSDORFER's salesroom 8" Third rvbuuc.
J 8. WKINHEKOER, AUCTIONEER.
, 8ale of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Furniture, 4c.
H. HERMAN A CO., will sell tbls day (Friday), June 24.
r. II o'clock, at PI Kowery, tin entire stock of Wines ana
ifjuors from a wholesale dea)er?rlz., about 2110 bbls. and
asks old Xourton and Rve Whiskeys, Biandles, Oin, Rura.
fort, Sherry and C'lftrct Wines, '5 care* an 1 baskets imported
Champagne, 1S,000 Clears, Ac., 4c.
Also o?* elegant new set of Parlor Furniture In red pln"b.
? 0 yards Brussels and velvet Carpets, SO dozen enne seat aud
wooden Dining Room and Kitchen Chairs, Tables, Clocks,
Counters, Desks, 4c.
F. KURZMAN, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Johnson 4 miller's
ORE AT FI! LD DAT.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 80.
1,200 splendid Lots to be sold.
Linden Park Viilajie, on Btalen Ulan.I, to be dedicated,
a liberty pols to be raised al the new station and the American
flag hoisted. Addresses by Hon. Kn.?tus I!roots, Rev.
Father Lewis anu Samuel Marsh, Jr., Esu.
Free Esctrsloo. Sarnftuous Collation.
Music and Fireworks.
The Burgher farm, on which tiie great sale Is to b? made,
>a? been included In Linden Pari; village.
It extends from the Richmond road across the railroad to
tike water. It is splendidly situated two miles from Vaudcr(Hlt
Landing, and thirty five mluutns Irom New fork, with
'JrbKh it ts lu constant communication. It bss been In the
fkmlljr more tbao half a csutury. Tbs lots will be sold oo Hie
QS'ml tsrmi, vu.:?Fifty per cent on mortgage lor two years.
or on me popmar %rj montmy payiucot plan, usuir one or
tte beat titles tn ihe world.
Head thla programme. TaXe ipccial train from foot of
WbHebaU street via Platen Inland furry all, J, 3 or A o'clock
T. >1. Auctioneer* and muelc will be on the 1 o'oloc'it boat.
At M o'clock a literty pole will be raised at the new itatlon
and the American colore lio'.med amid llie beating of drums,
Jrln.' at guns and trie huixn of the multitude. Immediately
thereafter addresses will be deltrerel by Hon. F.rastus
Brooke, Rer. Father L'wiaand Haminl Marsh, Jr., Kiq. At
o'clock the company will partake of a sumptuous coilaAt
4 o'clock tlit auction will begin and erery lot isld to (he
highest bidder, rogardlees of price.
In the dusk of the evening
booting rockete will algnal the commencement of a grand
dlapliy of flreworics, on the eonelusion ot which Ice cr^atu
ana other Injuries will be served up to the lot buyers, end
then the company will proceed on their homeward'trip, enCylng
a delightful tall up the bay aad llalening to mu*)o by
t band.
AH who wish to go on the eicurtlon, with a riew of purabasing
one or more lote. will be cheerfully provided with
Uckcis by J011NSUN A MILLKK, ii Nassau street, New
York. '
Vf ORTGAOF. SAl.F?FC RNITURK.--R. FIELD,
ill Aueiloneer. will sell this day, at IU o'clock, at So. 11
Klliabetb street, the entire eonteuui of a B"ardmg House,
With 'iii > ears' Incase. By order P. Col'Ins, Attorney tor
Mortgagee.
Markkai. hai.k. mf.veh ki.bas, auotioMBER,
scl'n thie day. at II o'clock at flo. HVi Bowery, the
ftiitlr* Btoc> > ' a Hot and Cap Hlora. Hy or4er of
LD. WJ?n?Apy, City Marshal. J
NUW
ULRg AT AUCTION.
JACOB boo art, atctioneer.
Ltr|l aaiortuoinl of louitbold furnHuiVi
Four roMwuod aad mahogany Piano*,
Kin* Bru**ol* < ?rp*??, Mirror*, Ae.
SATURDAY, JunaU.
at 10 V* o'clock, at lb* motion room*. No. 1 North Willi*m
atieet, Marshals ??le, SU Marhl* Top Bland* and Centre Tabla*.
Hall Obalra, Rooklug Chair*, one four-pull Beer Tump,
OQ* An* Bar Counter, 24 lent loug; Parlor Hull*, Bedroom
Kurnitu r*; Velvet. Hrn**?l* and Thre*-ply Oaroet*, OUcloth,
Badstoad*, Bed* and U*ddin|.
Ob* *m?il round ooruered rosewood 7 oetave l lano.
On* upright roeewood 7 ootave Piano.
On* Dinliogany 6M octave I'lano.
One Duubara rosewood 7 oulave Piano.
MOR'MAUE SALK-THIK DAV, AT IO)d O'CLOCK, AT
A'* Xullon ttreat, Brooklyn, of Cm, Jar and Dried
| Fruit*, Store fixture*, Iron Bale, Hor**, Wugou, llarncaa,
Ac. By COLE A MUKPHT.
T>UBMC NOTICE IB HKRKBV OIVKN BY THE COMX
rulsalonar* of lb* Sinking Fund ol' tbe clt* of New York,
that purauant to the provision* of the act entitled "An act to
autborlie the eomiruotion of a railroad in 114th street, and
In oerlalo other streeti and avenue* In the oity of .N*w York."
Baaaed April 36, 1871L th*y will tell at public auction, In tb*
orernor'a Room of the City Hail, In aald oily, on Monday,
July 18, 1870, at 12 M., to the highest bidder for tbe same, the
right, privilege and franchise to oon*iruct, operat* by
annual power and u*e a railroad wuli a slugle or double
tract ai hereinafter provided, and to convey paasen^trs there
on for compensation, through, upon and along the following
sirosls or avenue*, route or route*, In ih* city of New York,
vtiCommencing an the North or Hudson river, at tbe foot
of Uatb *trr-t, thence through and along 180th street, with a
double track, to Maubattsn *ti?et; thonc* through and along
Manhattan stre-l, with a double track, to liirt street;
t'ueace through ana along Utili street, with a double
track, to tile Kaat or Haritini river; al.no fioni
litoh street, thence through and a 'onie the Third
avenue, with a double track, to the Harlem bri.iga; al*o from
the Third amine, thence through and along 1-Wili street, with
a double track, to the Harlem rlv?r; alio Irom street at
?! ii.larta.di..n uvltW Taantk m utmia tk?*w>? UOflhHriV. thrnilifh
fend along the Tantb avnue, with <i double track, to the tormltiun
01' ?kld Tenth avenue, together wltu tho ii?cB6sary connections,
turnouts and swuches for tiia proper working and
accommodation of the aaid railroad, on the aaid strai-ie or
aveuuea, rout* or roviteii, tald road to to completed within
two rear* from the passage of (aid act, nioept upon and
along Tenth avenue, an1! upon and along said avenue ai fa*l
at tho Kite shall be opened, graded and pared, from U5th
street. Such aale will be conducted in the ordinary manner,
of salaa al auutiou, ami the pereon or corporation who shall
offer to pay Into tbe city treasury tha .arceat sum of money
for auch right, privilege or franchise shall receive front aald
Commission ra a oertlncate that he or they is or are entitled
to auch gran., und are auth .rued to construct, operate and
u?? the aaine In accordance wltu tlia provisions ot' the aald
act. auch ceitltlcaWs to be isaued on the payment, wlthlu tea
days, Into tue city treasury of tho amount of the bid and of
the elocution of a ootid to the Mayor, Aldermen
nd Commonalty of tlia city of New York. In the
aunt of two hundred ami titty thuuaand dollars. In two
good and aufllcient sureties, to be approved by tha Comptroller
of aaid city, coudliluucd that th" person or corporation receiving
audi certificate aliall within two years flniab and complete
aaid road and equip U.c sainti with the requisite uumber
of vara and horsaa, on opt aiong Tenth attune aa aforesaid:
but ahould b# or thoy be r< strained or prevented by any legal
proceedings flow cunipietiug am! coaatructing the aanic, too
time for which they are ao leatrulneaTrtiall not be deemed or
taLau to be part of the time within which the aame is to be
voaiuleted. Bui the Co.nmlaalonera of the Sinklug Fuud are
autborlieil and reserve Ihe right to rejeet any bid, if in tbulr
judgment it ta for the Interest of the city that they should do
ao. and oiler the iranchii'O for Kale ajjain. A copy of the act
of the Legislature under which the a.ile la to be made can be
Procured at the Fluanco Department. Dated New \ork,
tire 1, 1870.
A. OA ICE Y HALL.JHayor.
RICHARD B. CONNOLLY, Comptroller.
JOHN J. BRADLEY, Chamberlain.
JOHN K. HACKKTT, Recorder.
JOHN MOORE, Chairman Kiuarce Committee, Board of
Aldermen.
NICHOLAS HAl'GHTON, Chairman Finance Committee,
Hoard of Aaslstuut Aldermen.
Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. .
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.-JAMEB AGAR, AUCTION
eer, will aell Una day, at 69 New Bowery, VOO lota men's
and women's seasonable Clothing, Sheets, Table Linen. L.
Smith, Third avenue.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
R. FIELD, Auctioneer, 185 (Chatham street,
will sell, on Friday, at U o'clock,
600 lots of
Qold and Silver Watohes,
Diamond Jewelry.
Pins, Kings, Earrings, Necklaces.
Gold Guard, Fob and Vest Chains.
Guns and 1'istols, Ac.
Bv order. Q. FREDRICKS, 1% Bleecker street.
WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER, BELLS THIS DAY, AT
a o'clock, at 464 Canal itreel, 6 Parlor Suits, 7 I'mr
and Mantel Olaeses, Curtain*, Piano. Sewing Machine, Centre.
Dining and Tea Table*; Htagere*, Bookcase, W aril rob*?,
Chiua. (lis** and Silver VI are; Stove*, 10 or l'i Bedroom
Suit*, all the Bed* and Bedding, Ac., for '.'0 room*; Toilet
Wai?, Books. 40 or JO second liand Cari'rts, Oilcloths, A*.,
with everything for housekeeping, In lot*, to dealer* and
housekeeper*. Alio a mortgage *al* of Desk*, Ac. Al*o a
Marshal's sale of a Horse, Sewing Machine, Ac.
CITY REAL, RSTATK FOR SALE.
East Hide.
A ?THAT LAROE FOUR 8TOR1 BROWN 8TONE
JA. high (toon Hoiim and Lot 17 Ea*t Fifty-fourth street
will b* sold at a great bargain,
A HANDSOME FINISH!# BROWN STONE HOUSE,
very much admired, 7*7 Lexington avenue, will be sold
at a great bargain; alio a corner House; payments to suit.
Apply at 781 Lexington avenue.
A FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP MODERN DWKLLINf)
for (ale, very reasonable, ffixtll, lot 100 feet; Forty-fifth
irnet, near Fifth avenue; po*?e*sion.
V. K. STEVENSON A BON, 11 Pine *tre?t.
AN ELEQANT CORNER BOOTS ON MURRAY HILL,
In feet front, 4 (toryblxb (loop, price very reasonable;
exchange In part. w. P. SEYMOUR, 1*1 Broadway.
For sale?a small, neat, well finished
House In evefy respect, la Forty-fourth street, third house
east ot Fifth avenue. For terra* inquire oa the preasis**.
Harlem.-for sale, a three story high
loop brick House, with all the Improvements; 14.*x3<
xlOfl; onlv W,'00. Inquire of owner on premises, 311 East
113th (treat.
West miles
Avery admirably arranged four story
brown (tone House for sale, on Twenty-seventh street,
between Broadway and Sixth avenue, n-ar the Friend*'
meeting bouse, suitable for a g*ntu<:l family; It la about 17
feet wide, well built and In line order. For further particulars
a^ply to E. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 8 Pino street.
A WELL LOCATED SMALL PLOT OF EIGHTH AVEnue
(Central Park Lot* lor (ale low.* Apply to V. K.
STEVENSON A SON, No. 11 Pine street.
For sale $8,ooo-the ten years' lease of a
valuah'e ple^e of property, Including comer Ll(junr
Store, situated on West street, In Immediate vicinity of several
steamship, clntmboat aud fer y line*. Address WE.ST
STREET. Herald olfloe.
FOR 8ALE-THE ELEOANT HOUSE AND LOT
southeast corner of Madison avenue and Forty-second
street, with liable Id the rear. The bouse I* suitable for a
first class residence or for a restaurant, ilmllar to that of the
Mossleure Delraonlco. Tbls proper la dostlued to be one
of tbe moat valuable for business purpose* In New York.
The comp'etlon of tlic passenger depot In Forty second
street will increase lta Intrinsic value as an Investment. Apply
to E. B. LUDLOW * CO., No. 8 Plue street.
TO CAPITALISTS AND INVESTORS.?FOR BALK,
several large pieces ol Property In the Fifth and Eighth
wards, among which are sere n or eight corners, most of
them now oovered with Indifferent improvements yet paying
a good Interest, and oculd be so Improved as to make the hiveitment
exceedingly desirable. Apply to JAME8 PRICE,
S00 Hudson street.
fTTH AVENUE. BELOW 57TH STRLET.-A FINE CORt)
ner Plot VCVxlOu (would divide), price low, terms easy;
aUo the Uuest Plots and sinsle Lots, below and fronting the
Park and on adjoining streets.
W. P. SEYMOUR, 171 Broadway. .
in 1 nnn WILL PURCHASE A SrLENtiJD FOUR
story House ; best location in Twenty-eighth
street; a!l Improvements and In perfect order. Apply to owner,
Vi'M. II. P.EA0A5, No. 5 Beckman street
HKOOKI.YN ItICAI? KMTATE FOIt HAI.K.
Ir>OR BALK TWO NEW THREE STORY AND BA8E?
ment Houses, French roofs, containing 12 rooms each,
handsomely finished, all the modern Improvements, situated
on Hart street, between Broadway and Stuyvesant avenue,
Brooklyn, E. D., within two minutes' walk of three lines of
cars. Must be seen to be appreciated. Term* easy. Apply
to owner, FRANCIS L. GROOM, 75 New street, New York,
or JEREMIAH LARW1LL, corner Broadway and Myrt'.e av.
PROPERTY OUT OK TIIE CITY MB SALE
Oil TO KENT. _
J^T AUCTION.?TUESDAY, JUNE M,
at 12:30 P. M., on the pre jiises.
Ninety seven Deaunrui uuiidlng sites,
at Tarrytown.
MALLORY A BLACKVVELL
will sell that portion of :hc well known
BENEDICT ESTATE,
east of Broadway and south of Benedict avenue.
This property 1* beautifully located In ha heart of Tarrytown,
ba* been in the Benedict family over forty yearn, and
heretofore never for *ale, li now ottered In plot* of from 3 to
t city Iota.
The advantages of Tarrytown are well known.
It Is less then an hour front New York by numerouf train*
on tbe Mudhod River Railroad, and haa communication six
time* a day to and from the city by ELEUANT STEAMBOAT?,
Including tlie Daniel Drew and Ohauncey Vlnbard.
It baa oburelies of all denominations, hen! of schools, unsurpassed
society, and celebrated for Its biallbfulne**; and It ia
an aekuowlelg'd fact that It Is the llucst t.iwn for rcnidenco In
America. The property now off ere 1 Is situated in tbe ml'.at
of the very Inrst improvements, within *vp minutes' walk nf
the depot, cbnrchs*, school*, store*, in., u s'irroiinrteil by
manv of the cie ant residence* for which Tarrytown Is celebrated
; ia located on high Kr.i'.md, commanding unsurpassed
rtver views, and is, without doubt,
THE FINEST PROPERTY
ver offered at auction
ON THE HUDSON RIVER.
Persou* wl*hlng to examine thi* beautiful property on or
btfure the day of sale, will be furnished with complimoDtary
tickets for Saturday, Hon.lay and Tuesday, via iteamert
Daniel Drew and C. Vibbard, leaving Veatry *trcet at li :<6
A. M. and Thirty-fourth street at 9 A. M., at *.r.e office of the
Auctioneers. For circulars, mips unit full Information apply
to MALLORY ,t BLVCKWELL, 68 Liberty *treet, or
opposite tbe depot, Tarrytown.
A HANDSOME COUNTRY SEAT-8<? ACRES OF
grouud, In a high state ofr cultivation ; mansion, stable
an.1 outhouse* all of brown nan J stone; fruit tree* in abundauce;
but'dingl erected for the prc-eent owner, not nv contract
; sitnateJ one mile from Fort Washington station, Northein
Pennsylvania Railroad, Montgomery county, I'a., 12
milas from oity. Any person wishing such a place will Cud It
to be a " >o 1 investment. Price roasouable.
JAB. K. TREXTliR, 408 .North Third street, Philadelphia.
All wantinu far.vs.-9,000 acres, coon soili,
wild climate; 31 miles south of Philadelphia; price only
per ame; *: <> Improved Farm*. The place is growing i
mare rapidly than n.ost any olher place In the U?tle<fHlatc*l .
Ibcussnds in MUllM. lS4r?i 0. K. LANDKH. Yuw 1
kusd, N. J. j
YOKK HEHALD. FRIDAY,
MOPBKTY OUT OF TUB CITY POU 8AJL.K
OH TO KENT. ^
A BARGAIN ENOLEfVOOl), N. J.'?yt(,H0 VTILL BOY
completely furnished Country Residence, wllblo II
minulee' ilrlr# ol' depot; ?ery high (round. remarkably
he/vHhr , ttrmi My. Addre?s COl NTRY RESIDENCE, bo?
1,7S8 Post oStce. ^ _
AT M MINUTE8 PROM CITY HALL. PA??8AI0 HI"**;
Furnished Places, two or three summer numbs; %WU
and fttO par mouth ; (lowers and vegetablea.
J. P18HER HATTKRTHVVAITE, 10 Pint street.
A -NEW FRENCH ROOF COTTAGES TO LET OB
for sal*. at Kuiherfurd Park, N. J. Jterms to suit.
THOU. R. AONfc.W,2eO Greenwich street, New Vork._
T>UILDING LOTS AT FORDHAM, NEAR CENTRAL
13 avemtn, for sale, on easy terms. Apply to J. V. TRAPHAGEN,
jtt Bowery, or of P. H. HKKRl AN, Foniham.
/COUNTRY SEATS AND VILLAGE PROPERTY FOB
\J aa!<>, eichmige and to let, In all porta of New Jersey,
oue liour'a time by rail. E. M. MASON, No. 1 Centre at.
CIOMPLETELY FURNISHED COTTAGE, NEAR 8TAM)
f'.riJ, Conn., to let?With ample grounds, fruit and vsgeUtile
garden; Including una of coachman, borse and phaeton
and two cows; live minutes from depot; only $900 par month
until November 1: possession Immediately.
WARD k OGDEN, Broadway, corner Seventeenth St.
"L^OR SALE- THE HaNDSOME COTTAGE AND
X G rounda lying on the Sound, In Rys, Waatcbeater county,
one mile from tne New Haven Railroad deoot at Rye, and
11a inllefl ffom the flourishing Tillage of 1'ortcbester, and adjoining
the CMS House grounds, and ono of the most desirable
situations on the line of the New Haven Railroad; the
Cottage contain* tlx sleeplnr apartments, parlor, dining
room, kitchen anil cellar; tne apartment* are nicely furnished
; tbe stable contains alalia for two horses and carriage;
the arbor, grape vines, and shrubbery are In good order; the
bathing, boating and fishing M front of the premises, together
with Its healthy location, combine to render It a most desirable
summer retreat; the furniture and a single horse Rockaway
Carriage and Harness, and a In* Racobont, are Ineluded
In tne sale. The premises are supplied with a spring
of pure rock water; the whole premises are In eiceilent
order; Immediate possession given If required; tftLVO, terms
eauy. Apply to J. MILTON WAThRHOUSE, No. 174
Canal street, New Vork city, or to Captain BENJAMIN
BARNARD, Cliff House, Rye.
FOR PALE?A HANDSOME OOTBO YILLA, COM.
mandiux a fin* view; 11 apartments; bath, ice house,
bsrn, *o.; 16 acres of fertile land, extensive lawn, urns,
swing, rustic seats, 400 choice trult and ornamental trees;
price tfls,(wo, half cash; Is R?l miles from Philadelphia, near
Pottstown. on Reading turnpike; DO minutes from Pennsylvania
Railroad station and the river Schuylkill. Aleo ['JO
acres cood Prali le, in Floyd coanty, Iowa, for one half its
actual value. Address t)r, MORGAN, Limerick square,
Montgomery county, Pa.
"E10R HALE CHEAP-THE MOST PRODUCTIVE FARM
J1 In Columbia connty, N. Y.; 20U uci??; beautifully located,
near Harlem Railroad. Terms easy. Apply at 147 Front St.
J' OR RENT-COUNTRY RESIDENCE, SITUATED ON
Gordon street. Perth Amhoy, N. J.; a Mansard roof
Cottage, containing seven bedrooms, two parlors, dining
room, kitchon and cellar; possession given immediately. For
terras apply to WILLIAM KINO, JOH Pearl street, New
Vors, or io GEO. W. SLAUGHTER, Perth Am boy, S, J.
For hale-desirablb residence for gentle
man ot moderate means; 8 rooms, acre land; fruit,
shrubbery abundant; north shore Staten Island; price Itfl.MM,
part cash. DARRIN, 60 Broad street.
For sale-handsome cottage, onk acre or
Land and tain, half mile from landing, north snore of
Htaten Island; plenty fruit; 9:1,600; til,MM on mortgage.
DARRIN, 60 Broad street.
For sale-cheap home, north side staten
Island; cottage, barn, 1*4 acres, finely located, twenty
minutes from ferry ; $1,800; worth $J,500; terms easy.
DARRIN, 60 Broad street.
FOR SALK-TWENTYNINE ACRES LAND, DELIOHTfully
located at Toad Hill, 9. I.; high ground, line view
of the bav; prlu? $20,000. Apply to A. JOXRNEAT, No. 1
Pine street.
TT'OR SALE?A BARGAIN-TEN ACRES OF IAND AT
JF Hobrook, Look Island, or to exchange, with cash, for
light Rockaway or rbaeton.
WILLIAM KNIGHT, 827 Fourth avenue.
METCC1IIN, N. J. A SPLENDID PLACE OF M
acrei, good buildings, fruits, Ac., for tale cheap. Also
One Cottages, at bargain*. Many Places to exchange.
KELLY BROTHERS, Soft Broadway.
SARATOGA STORE TO LET.?HALF OF*ONE OF THE
beat located Stores at Saratoga, Dear Congress Ilall. Apply
at l!i East Seventeenth street. New York.
STONE MANSION TO RENT-FOR FOUR MONTHS,
completely furnished, situated near Hastings. on the
Hudson; for purity of air, elevation and scenery unsurpassed
on the Hudflnn; twelve acn-s, with stabling for six
torses; good vegetable garden. Apply on the premises.
Rockridge, between Youters and Hastinzs, or at 400 West
Twelfth street, New York. EDWARD MARTIN.
TADLE TALK..-AKOI ND EVBRV FAMILY BOARD
JOHNSON A MILLER'S great sal* of the Burgher
Fuim, Linden Park village, Staten Island, aunounced for
next ihursday, Is the currcot topic of conversation.
rpREMONT IN THIRTY MI.VUTES-FROM FORTY1
second stre?t, by Uar.om Railroad; lot two blocks from
depot, thlrt.-ono foot front, 112 feat deep; $303. Inquire of
H. NlfHoLS, Freight Dspot, Kurty-seventb street.
rro LfcT-. FURNISHED HOUSES AT ISLIP, LONG
1 Inland, neur Pavilion Hotel. Inquire oil premise*, or of
M. PORTER, No. S Pine st'eet.
TO LET-FURNISHED, OR EXCHANGE, A FINE
Mansion, on bfgli ground, at Forett drove. Splendid
(bade, fruit and lawn; 'JU minutes from Forty-second street
by steam. U. if. DEMKAAF, bowery National Bank.
TO LET-AT HARRISON. FOR A HUMMER ROARDIng
house or bote), a jood, large and rery pleasantly located
House, near th? depot. Tralna commence stopping
July 1. Rout $I,00U per annum. WM. MATTHKW8,
M Catharine itreet, New York.
TO LET? FOR TWO TO FOIR MONTHS, HANDsoinsty
furnished modern House, 9 bedroom*, delightfully
located at New Brighton, Stuten Island j stable and lit
acre of ground. Permit* of A. JO URN KAY, No. 1 Pine St.
rLET AT RYE-A GOOD HOUSE, PLEASANTLY Located
on the road to the beach; tine garden, fruit tree*.
Ac.; will be let for a summer boarding home or altered and
leased to a satisfactory tenant. Rent 48Ul) per annum.
WM. MATHEWS, M Catharine stroct, New York.
TO RENT?FOR TWO OR TURKE MONTHS, VERY
low, a completely furnished and beautifully located
House In Astoria Address J. B. V., Astoria, or J. V. W. V.,
box 270 New York Post office.
TO RENT A NEWLY FCRNISHED HOUSE. AT
Tom's rlter, N. J., bom's from New York, suitable
for a private family or boarding bouse, beautifully situated
upon the river and sunoundsd by Kdo o'd shade trees;
yachts, with pleasant aud experienced captains, always
readv to convey parties to the be>ch. Raruegat Inlet, where
the Hnett fl.'hing and bathing can he had, andto other planes
of resort; the bouse contains 14 rooms, completely furnished.
Apply to R. T. HAINES, Jr., 12 Pine street, New lork.
Office hours 10 to L
600 " "
AT PRIVATE SALE,
IN PLOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
on and near
CENTRAL AVENUK,
wlt'iin Are minutes' walk of steam and horse ears, at Tremont,
Westchester county.
These lots are 1 miles south of the Dyckman property,
on and near one of the principal Boulevard* from the upper
end of the city,
already finished and lighted with gas.
Will be sold at prices ranging from
80 to ?0 per cent less than those obtained for the
DYCK MAN PROPERTY,
recently sold at auction.
Maps and all other necessary Information can be obtained
at the office, on the ground a (joining
Holncers Hotel, on Contral avenue,
or at office.
JOHN McCLAVE, 44 Pine street.
$ > nnn WILL PURCHASE a beautiful littie
Cottage of nine rooms, on the sea shore,
towards Long Branch; nearly new; outbuildings co.i ple.te;
terms easy; very healthy: fine ocean view; good fishing,
buttling,. Ac. Fur picture of place Inquire at No. 6 University
place, New York.
REAIj estate jpo pchasqb.
I7*0R 8ALE-OR WOULD EXCHANGE FOR ONE OR
1 two good building Lots, thru* story lilgh sIood brown
itone Holme on went side of Lexington 'avenue, between Slxtv
lirat and Slitr-aecood streets: house has all the modern
Improvements, lately finished. Inquire of owner, O. M., Itfl
East Houston street.
Jj^OR SAI.I? OR EXCHANGE A COUNTRY SEAT ON
r the Richmond road, Staten Island, with a splendla
Gothic Mansion. Including gas, heater and ail Improvements:
I" minutes' walk from landing. Apply to STEPHEN
KKAl'Ss, 225 Graud street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?THE ELEGANT COUNtry
Seat of the l.ito Nonnan P?cfc, at Berlin, Coun., on
the Hartford and Kew Haven Railroad, containing 30 acre*,
on the main street, In the centre of the vlllara; beautiful
grounds, Powers, fruits nnd shrubbery. Address S. A. ENSIGN.
Ilartf.jrd, Conn., or CHARLES S. ENSIGN, 2W
Broadway, Now York.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANOE-A DESIRABLE HOUSE
finely located in Elizabeth. N. J., for a small Harm within
IX hours' ride of New York. Addresi, with particulars, B. T.
SMITH, box 88 New York Post office.
TO EXCHANGE?A MORTGAOB FOR J8,600 ON CITt
leasehold property well laonred; also 2t acres, making
SCO desirable bulldluc lots, at $78 each, roally worth $100 per
lot. adjoinlui; Clifton, Staten Island; are sure to treble In
value; only 10 minutes'walk from boat; for Improved property.
Principals only address box 3,861 New York Post
ofllce.
WANTED?IN EXCHANGE FOR A GOOD HOUSE ON
Kutrn Island, a brown stone House In Brooklyn, well
located; ditlereuce paid In cash; principals only.
F. KEED, No. 6 Dey street.
REAL KBTATB WANTED.
A LOT WANTED-IN HARLEM. ADDRESS, STATING
particulate and the lowest price for cash, THOMAS,
Herald office.
AN UNENCUMBERED RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS
(on line of Hudson River or New Haven Railroad preferred),
for which a good double house with Mansard roof,
outbuildings, and from 20 to 130 .teres of fertile Laud In very
healthy location near New P.runswlck, N. J., and some cash,
would be given. Address OWN Kit, box 2?0 llerald office.
-unvTurL.i fakm nv tru tii 9on acrr<i hi wvrt.
Y> clies'.cr county, within 50 mllei of the city of New Vori,
on' with Urge li.illdlnci ijreferr?<t. Address, stating terms
and location, box SHO New york Poet oSlce.
\,\rANTED TO Pl'RCHASE-A SMALL HOUSE, IN TOE
TT city, coritnlnlngjall the modern Improvement; pries
not to excted $13,til).), wltb immediate pomession. Adilrosi
M. L., box 131 Herald ofllce.
INSTRUCTION.
AT THOMPSON'S BL'BINKSS ('nLLK'.'.K, 30 FOURTH
avenue, opposite Cooper Instilute?Teieiiapliy, Bookkeeping,
Writing, Arltbmetla, Grammar, Spelling; day aud
evening; private instruction; ladies'department; terms low;
open ail summor.
Spanish ianhuaoe.-profeskor a. de TOftMor
private lessons at 348 Fourth avenue, with his new coinblued
method ; alio translations from the Spanish, English,
Portuguese and Kroncb languages.
mUTOR WANTED?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY; A HEN
X tlcman capabla o( Instructing in all binuchci of an
English education and the modern Kuropean languages. Including
music and drawing. Address, wlib references, PAI
TKB FANIUA*- Bars Id o?>c?.
JUNE 24, 1870.?TRIPLE
"IIrALLAfK'X.
?T Proprietor aad Managar. ...Mr. LESTER WALLACE
Doora op at Hi P. M. To comuenee at 8 o'clock.
ConrI udr at P. M.
SUMMfcR HUAHUN.
Engagement for a Itiullsd |i?rlod of th? papular author and
actor,
Mr. JOHN BROU'JHAM.
MASKED IOCCIM
aad
ENTHUSIASTIC APPLAUBH
warded by CROWDED HOUSE# to hie new Drama of (real
oomeslls interest, rounded upon hodiqiuu i pupuiar every ei
"Anule Judge." and entitled the
*80LIUHT;
RED LIGHT;
or, THE SIGNAL OF DANGER,
which must, however, be withdrawn to make way for Novelties,
although lo the
FULL T1DR OF SUCCESS.
LAST NIOHT BUT ONE.
THIS (FRIDAYi NIGHT.
What la (aid of the HED LIGHT:Pbliadelphla?'-The
hit of the season."
hew Orleans?'"An undoubted triumph."
Cincinnati?"A powerful attraction."
Chicago?"A perfect work."
St. Louie?"The beat."
The New York press and^ubllc pronounce K Brougham'*
chef d'oeurre.
ON MONDAY, JUNE 17,
FIK8T TIME IN NEW YORK,
of Brougham's new and original Local Drama of extraordinary
domestic Interest, entitled
MINNIE'S LUCK.
FIRST APPEARANCE IN NEW YORK OF
MISS LEONA CAVENDER,
who, with
MR. JOHN BKOi.'OHAM,
ud a superior cut, will appear.
WBDSESDA? MATINEE,
al ltf.
MINNIE'S UJCK.
5TH AYENUB THEATRE,
Twenty-fourth street, near Broadway.
fJUIE RE (UMNO
pARISIAN SEN8ATION,
"j^ERNANDE I"
JjVVERY EVENING
"^JNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
ATI NEE OF
"jpERNANDB"
gATURDAY, AT I.
THE HERALD CALLS
"FERNANDE" tbe crowning sensation of 1S70.
JJOOTH'S THEATRE.
f.iCT TW/l VBRKQ
of
TUB HUGUENOT,
no LAST TWO WEEKS OK THE SEASON.
Seats secured ill days In adyance.
BOOTH'B THEATRE.
THB HUGUENOT.
C CENTRAL PARK GARDEN.
J EVERT NKiHT.
THEODORE THOMAS*
popular concerts.
Banjo, jio, cloo, bono and dance and irish
Jtg Dancing la'isht by JOHN BOO AN, 100 Hut Houston
street, near Bowery. Pupils fitted for tbc stage. Banjoa
at all prices.
I "COPARTNER-SHIP*.
Dissolution of copartni:rship.-new tore,
June 23. 1870. The copartnership heretofore existing
under the name and style of p. a. Judson a Co. is this daydissolved
by mutual agreement. P. a. Judson will liquidate
tbe Indebtedness of the concern. P. a. JUDSON.
J. B. BATES.
MB. ALEXANDER WARNER WITHDBAWS FROM
the firm of Warner A t'o. tins day. T. B. Ferree and
Edward Entwlsle will continue the business of the old firm.
t k pkkree
niw Yonx, June90,1*70. HOWARD kn^wisle.
........ BUHINI3KS OPPORTUNITIES.
A?WANTED IMMEDIATELY, ALL WHO ABB LOOK
Ins for business to call and examine tbe Champion
Cow Milker, patented April 5, 1070. It milks the four teats of
a cow at once: It lioltales the calf, draws and stops drawing
to swullow; milks three teated cows as well aa any; Is more
agreeable to the cow than hand milking. A rare opportunity
is now offered either to travel or locate In city or ootintry.
N. Y. COW MILKEB MFO. CO., 16? Broadway.
AN EXTRAORDINARY CHANCE FOB A FORTUNE
on a small capital, In legitimate business, Is offered by
applying immediately on the elegantly fitted promisee 180
Broadway, near Maiden lane; location unequalled for a first
class fruit store and tine groceries. Also a lunch room on
same flour. All connecting with the finest wine room hi tbe
city.
A WIDOW LADY WOULD LIKE TO MEET WITH A
party who would advance her the sum of $AU0 for business
purposes; security arianged. Address Mrs. E. GOBDON,
station F.
A PARTY, LEAVING THE CITY, WILL SELL HIS
Half Interest lu a profitable Business, secured by natent;
about (SOU required; on Uroadway. Address BUSINESS,
box 8,974 Post office. ?
V PARTY WITH K?,0C0 TO flfl,000 WANTED, TO TAKE
an interest in a Manuraoturlng business; 2J years established
and paving good profits; 50 per csnt per annum
will be guaranteed. Address, at once, CLAKKB, box 0,747
New York Post olUcc.
1 TTRVTinW. CAPITALISTS PARTIES HAVING
J\ money to Invest may learn of a rare, safe, secure and
hlghlv profitable opportunity, by calling at 411 Broome street,
between the hours of t and 4 P. II., or by letter addressed to
N. D. O.) tame No. and street.
An excellent opportunity for a person
wishing to carry on the commercial and retail Stationery
business; tine (tore; good location and belt class of cuet'uneri;
will sell Stock and Lease of premises. Address J.
MINION, Herald office.
4 MANUFACTURING BUSINESS WORKING SIXTY
A bands, *16,Out) worth of orders ahead; staple articles
and always lu demand; business long established; profits
94J0 per week. SOUTHMAYD k CO., 194 Broadway.
A CIGAR STAND TO LET IN A FIRST CLASS REStaurant
down town ; a good position for a respectable
party to make money. Address X. X., Herald office.
For sale-dinino house, superbly furnished
and doing good business; Ions lease; fine location;
Sand opening to make money. Apply to john EMons,
lid Murray street, for two days.
Half interest in a Virginia tobacco factory,
established, salable brands; #5,0(.0 required;
partner to manase books and finances; |a sate business. Address
W. P. HARRISON, Danville, Va.
HOTEL.-A COMPETENT PARTNER WANTED, WHO
can control some capital, to take the entire charge of
a furnished hotel in a delightful part of the city. Address
HOTEL, Herald office.
TJARTNER WANTED?IN AN ESTABLISHED MANUX
factory protected by letters patent, paying large proiits;
worthy the attention of capitalists; an investigation invited.
Apply at 569 Broadway, rooms Nob. ! and 3.
PARTNER WANTED?WITH BHOO TO #600, IN A DOCtnr's
office; business established; equal partnership; a
rare chance. Call at 66 Bleecker street alter 10 A. M.
READ.?I HAVE ft.ortl; HAVE FOUND A STRAIGHTforward
busln'&s; am satisfied it will pay. Wanted, a
man of judgment and energv. huvlng $1,0110 ready cash, to
join ine in pun-basing game. Inquire Immediately for
CHARLES ROBERTSON, 31 Park row, room 3D.
tjestaurant?old established; splendid lo
it cation; doing line uu?in63s; 10 mane only 10 an experienced
party; $?,W0 invested will make CM.ODO per >e*r,
Address, with bona file Dame, LIVE BUSINESS, Herald
office.
TO CAPITALISTS.?THE ADVERTISER WANT3 TO
And Immediately a party a* partner, with a capital of
from ;f15,0i,U to $20,000 tn cash, to increase thf.ir business and
manulactory or flowers and feather*. The best references
will be given. Address Immediately box81 station A.
WANTED-A PARTNER, WITH SOME CAPITAL, IN
a well established Ship Chandlery Business. A tierman,
who (peaks several languages, preferred. Address,
with real name, box 8,246 Post ofl.ee. Nu agents seed appiy.
WANTED-A PARTNER, WITH ?l,000, IN AN ESTARllshed
money-making manufacturing business; can*
hare trial of businem bofore investing; best reference given.
Apply to C. ST. JOHN, No. 94 Fulton street, third* floor.
WANTED-A Pt'RCIIABKR FOR PAKT OR WnOLB
* T of agool Wood Manufacturing Business, now In operation.
Over IS,000 bave been luvesteJ, but present proprietors
have not money to carry tt on successfully. Address R.
S., Herald oiUcs.
TITANTED?AN INTEREST IN AN ESTABLISHED
TT manufacturing jewelry house; solid goods preferreJ.
Address, stating where an Interview may be had, I. J. M.,
Herald office.
d?17C -ASSOCIATE WANTED?AN EXCELLENT
$1 I '). opportunity Is offered to a single, active young
man, ?f good appearance and deportment, to Join the advertiser
as ssvfstant in a respectable travolliug business, which
pavs from $5U to $8(1 per week each, without risk ; no further
capital nee led to start; must handle money Quickly and furnish
satisfactory reference. Address for one week ENTERPRISE,
box 330 Her-ildoOiM.
arrnn to invest-in a reliable business in
?P?)UU this city or South. None need apply, except with
credentials of the most unquestionable authority for Integrity,
Ao. Address for one week, UEO. W. WARNEK, No. 279
Greenwich street, New York.
-PARTNER WANTED. IN A RELIABLE
<jpf)uu, liret class cash manufacturing business. well established
ami profitable. 13 Exchange place, up stairs, next
door to Taylor's Hotel, Jersey City.
J>r AfW\ TO ?10,000 WANTED-IN A PERMANENT
lu.vUll and profitable business. Very large protlta.
o risk. Call on U. O. GREEN, 69 Murray street.
IIOUKES ROOMS, ifcC., WANTED.
TIT ASTED- AN UNFURNISHED DOUBLE ROOM,
TT between Twelfth and Twenty third street* and Broadway
and Sixth areuue. Address J. M. L., box S,138 I'uit
ottlce.
WANTED-A SMALL SIZED UNFURNISHED OR
partly lurnlehed lJouee.tn good location, at moderate
rent. Addies* W. W. B., 850 Washington ctreet.
MBCPiliAWttW. '
\ B90LUTE DIVORCES LEGALLY OBTAINED IN
J\. different States; no publicity; no charge till divorce
obtained. Advice free. Also Commissioner for every State.
K. I. KIN (J, Counsellor-at-Law, 883 B.'ouJway.
PASSING A FEW DAYS AOO BY THB ATLANTIC
Garden, In the Bowery, near Bond street, I bad a chance
to iee the new patent Awning Kraine Work; It li really a
tkvly Invention. The old style of awning* it takes two itout
men to raise If a storm sets In unexpectedly ; but I was really
1 astonished to sue a boy of about 10 yean raise this larje
awning with ease. On inquiring I heara that It il the paten*
f rrtncbiaftp by thf hum Loui* Yeona.
SHEET.
AWOTiMjB?im
NlBLO'B UAHt)KN.
FRIDAY ETENIBG. JPVK M, im
GUARD COMBINATION.
Al.L HAVB VOLlfNTKF.RKD.
lMMCNNK ENTKHTAINMI'.NT.
WLENDID PROGRAMME.
A OKKAT BILL
ORBAT BILL
for
BTAOB MAN A< ;KR VINCENT'S
BENEFIT.
DRAMA. BORI.E8QCB,
COM BOY, fON'JS,
FARi'B, DANOgg.
Tha Oreneetr*. under Slraor Ol'ERTl'S direction, will
commence the Orerture precleeijr at 1 o'clock, after which
MT PRBCIOdB BKTSY.
MAOOIB DESMOND. LIZZIE MA HON, Mr*. RE A,
Meuri. C. BURROUGHS, E. BBKRLK, L. J. and P A.
VINCENT. (The two latter'a flrit appearance upon any
Mage together.) THe FRENCH*'8PY
[(Second ACl.)
FANNY HERRINO,
MoKEE RANKIN, J. W. LIN'IARD,
ALEX. FITZOBRALD, HARRY EVERETT, T. K. MORKIfl,
LCCBLLE SISTBRS, MLLE. AMT,
MLLE. IDA,
(Introducing the original Humming Bird Can-Can).
TOO MUCH KOR GOOD NAT IK B.
THE LEFFINUWBLL,
MRS. WRIUHT, WOOD BBNSON,
IKENB OAT. J AS. CI'RRaN,
LIZZIE EDWARDS, J. W. BRUTUKIE,
M. MORDAUNT, MR*. HEALY, MRU. K. REA.
LEAH. THE FORSAKEN
(kind permission of Mr. Augustln Daly; by Miss
ELLA BOixS,
(her second appearance upon anj itage),
with a charming Balla J. enUUeil the
JEWISH MAIDEN.
Rndolph* Charles Waloot
MARION TAYLOR
(tier Brat appearance In New York since ber treat European
success) In an entertainment entitled
VERY LITTLE FAU8T,
with the Jewel song from the opera of Faost.
THB IN KANT WONDER,
JAMC8 SPEIflHT,
two mri and ten month* old, will play selections upon the
violin, Inoludlng (a la rarlulnl' the
LAST ROSE OK SUMMER.
HARRV JOSEPHS
||
Gl'SHINO BLONDE,
ecstnmed at an expense of BS.COO.
ilRAND PAS UE deux.
Mile. IDALIE and MONS. CELLINI..
J. Bt.'RKE
will slug tbe
WHI8TLINO TH1KK
AND DANCE A JIO.
THE HAPPV MAN.
Y. A. Ylneeat, M. Porter, P. Rra, K. Kber'.e, E. Collier
Tyion, H. A. Rrndle. Irene (lay, *0.
Beat* if cured from 9 A. M. till 4 P. M.
WOOD'S Ml'SEUM AND ME.N'AUERI E,
Broadway, corner Thirtieth street.
OPEN KftOM 9 A. M. TO B P. M.
Now on exhibition In tbe OREAT HIT.
Muieum tbe largest and the ?
smallest woman In the world. of the
Miss HANNAH DUKE, MARTINeI'tTtKOUPE,
weighing 600 pounds, ?
and In the serio-comic pantomime
LITTLE LULU. of
who Is 24 Inches high and JOCKO,
welgfis 13 pounds. THE BRAZILIAN APE.
Mr. PAUL MARTI/JETTI aa
Tbe wonderful mechanical JOCKO,
sensational spectacle of the as performed by him 800
timts In all tbe principal
INFERNAL REGIONS, cities In Europe and America.
mnnnmtwmA ?nH avMlllMt hv RldHAL BUCt'ESS
PROFESSOR JUKES, of the talented, foung and
I* now open to spectators beautifulprotean actress,
who hare a taste for the In- LITTLE NELL,
Senloui, the diabolical and tu? ?_J_
isterrfoc. CALIFORNIA DIAMOND,
In the protean farce, exOne
million ourtoiltiei, In- presslv arranged for her fry
eluding wonderful moving Wr. J. H. Uarnee. entitled
Wax Flgur-?, Automatio POP8EY WOP8EY.
Trapezius and Trumpeter*, Little Popsey Wousey, Miles
O'Kelliy (an frith Boy),
BOHEMIAN GLASS -.atiioa, a Dutch Girl,
BLOWBRb, Matterfikelton,
L ITLB NELL
and dead and living :pecl- I With Soncs. Irish Jig, Dutch
meni of natural history al-1 Wooden bhoe Uanoe, Drum
ways on exhibition. I Solo and Banjo Selo.
Matinee at 2 P. M. Evening al 8 o'clock.
RAND OPERA HOUSE.
VT Corner Twentv-thli d street and Eighth avenue.
JAMES FIBK, Jr Proprietor
JOHN T. COLE Mauager
Notwithstanding the undiminished attraction of the Grand
Spectacular and Operatle Romance, the
TWELVE TEMPTATIONS,
TWELVB TEMPTATIONS,
TWELVE TEMPTATIONS,
TWELVE TEMPTATIONS,
TWELVE TEMPTATIONS,
TWELVE TEMPTATIONS.
the management f?]^f^VKPHE8KNTAlTION8,
CLOSING REPRESENTATION*,
CLOSING REPRESENTATIONS,
CLOSING RKPKESENTATIONS,
CLOSING REPRESENTATIONS,
CLOSING REPRESENTATIONS,
In consequence of the engagement of the celebrated
MADAME LANNER'S
VIENNOISE BALLiET TROUPE.
numbering 88 beautiful Dancers, who. liavinp created the
wildest furor In every principal capital In Europe, are now
eu route to the United States, and whose first appearance
will be shortly announced. _
FAMILY MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AT 1
Seats secured In advance at the Bo* OtDce; also at
Bchlrmer's, 701 Broadwav, and Erie Railway Ticket Office,
corner Twenty-third street and Broadway.
J^OOTH*8~THEATRE. thb mmmm
rpONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE, Ml BOWERY.
<4, A COOLEST HOUSE IN NEW YORK.
T i V RVTIRV T RNT] RE CHANGE TO-NIGHT.
AND I A grand, ricltlot bow drama.
COMPLETE THE FEMALE HIGHWAYMAN.
CHANGE | THE FEMALE HIGHWAYMAN,
TH1H and the immensely successful burlesque,
evening. J cinderella.
SONGS, DANCER, CHORUSES. WALK A ROUNDS, AC.
Tbe funniest, liveliest, brightest and beat burlesque yet presented.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 8)tf.
~ ~ excursions.
A?A.-FOR THE FISHINO BANKS DAILY, SATUR
day* excepted, steamer RIP VAN WINKLE. Captain
Simmons, leaving Feck slip at 7 :30 A. M. ; Christopher street
at 8 A. M., and pier No. 4 North river at 9 A. M. Bait, lines,
refreshments and m.utc on board. Fare (1. Ladies bO ci?.
A SUNDAY EXCURSION TO HARIjEM, HIGH
Bridge and Karle's Park.-Steamers SYLVAN STREAM
and GLEN will Isava Peck slip every hour, from 10 A. M. until
7 P. M.; leave Harlem every hour, from 9 A. M. until 6 P.
M., landing at Eleventh street each way. Fare on Sundays,
It cents.
ABCMDAY BOAT FOR COLLEGE POINT. WHITEstone,
City Island, New Rochelle and Glen Covo.
Steamer Sylvan Grove leaves Peck slip every Sunday at 9
A. M. Returning,leaves Glen Cove 8, New Rochelle 3:30 P.M.,
landing at Eleventh and Thirty-seventh streets each way.
/ ^lONEY ISLAND.?GRAND EXCURSIONS TO THE SEA
V ' side. -The steamboat NORWALK, Capt. G. W. Wilson,
rnns recularly every day. leaving West Tenth street at 9:30,
13:2(1.3:20; Warren sljeet, North river, at 9:40, 18:40,3:40;
pier No. 4, North river, at 10, 1 and 4 o'clock.
CIONEY ISLAND EAST RIVER LINE.?ON AND AFTER
I Saturday. June 35 the steamer META, Captain E. T.
Wilson, will run every day as follaws:?leaves Eighth street,
East river, at 8:2<J. 11:20. 8:20: Peck slip. East river, 8 :40,
11:40, 2:4u; Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, at 9, 12 and 8 o'elock.
Fishing wanks daily, Saturdays excepted.The
well-known sea going steamer, STATK OK MAINE,
with her main and upper snloon, will comme*iee her regular
trips on Tuesday, June 14. leaving Eighth street. Fast river,
at 7 A. M.; Peck Slip, East river, at 7 :30 A. M. ; Christopher
street. North river, at 8 A. M.; I'ler N<x 4. North river, at
8:30 A. M. Luu's brass and cotillon band, bait, lines and
refreshments on board.
IriOR CATSKILL, DAILY'.?STEAMBOATS THOMAS
1 POWELL ?nJ NEW CHAMPION leave pier 35 North
rivpr, foot of Franklin street, at 5 P. M., and Saturday, at 3
P. M., making their usual landings, connecting at Catskill
with stage* tor tbe Catskill Mountain House and all points
West.
C-'RAND EXCURSION TO SANDY HOOK, HIGHLANDS
T and Red Bank, N. J Steamboat SEA BIRD leaves
filer No. 30, foot of Warren i-treet. North river. Sunday mornng.
26th Inst., for above ulaees, at 7 o'clock '.returning leaves
Red Hank at 3 P. M. Steamboat HELEN loaves same pier
every day for above places at 8 A.M., and leaves Red Bank
at 8 P. M.
NEWBURG, POUGHKEEPSIE AND RONDOUT.XANDIng
at ("omens', West Point, Cornwall, New Hamburg
and Milton. The steamboat MARY POWELL, on anil after
May 14, will leave Vestry street pier at 8 JO P. M. daily.
KOCK AWAY BEACH.?THE FAST AND SAFE STEAMER
POPE CATLIN, Captain H. G. Farrle, making dally
trips, commenced her regular trip* for the season Sunday,
June 19. leaving East Eighth street, 7:16; Peck slip, 7:45!
Fulton rerry, Brooklyn, 8:15; Warren street, 9; malting three
I hotel landings at Rockawa^ leaving Rookaway at 3:30 P.M.,
menu on boar I. Fare for round trip f 1.
T>EG(7LAH St.'NDAT MORNING BOAT FOR NEWXV
burg. Cornwall, Cold 8prln*, West Polut and Yonkers.
The favorltw steamboat SLEEP* HOLLOW, Captain James
Sherman, Icuvcs Fulton ferry, irooklyn, at It A. M.;
Chrlitophar street, North river, 8:30, and Thirty fourth street,
North river, at 9 o'clock. Fare for the excursion, 91.
STEAMER THOMA8 E. Hl'LSE, CAPT. O. W. ANNETT,
leaves dally from Christopher street, at 10, 2, 6, lauding
at Thirty-fourth street, for Pleasant Valley and Tort Lee.
Leaves Fort Lee at 7, 12, 3:45, 6, Sunday* Included. Muslo
on board.
STEAMBOAT FORT LEE AND OTHER FIRST CLASS
Steamboats to charter for 8unday School picnics and
other private parties, with Groves. Apply,to CRAKY HOLLENBKCK,
U*> Maiden lane, upstairs.
THE GORGEOUS SALOON STEAMER PLYMOUTH
ROCK, Captain L. V. Tilton, will make a grand Sunday
excursion to Poughlceepsle, leaving pier 28 North river, foot
of Murray street, at 8 o'clock A. M. Sunday, June 28. and
leaving Thirty fourth street. North river, at 8:3(1 o'clock, Uniting
at Von iters, Cozzens', Cornwall and Newburc. Returning,
will leavo Poughkeepsle at 3 o'clock, arrlvlug at New
York at 8 P. M. The famous Restaurant a la Carts will be
specially stocked for this excursion. The oelebrated band of
the Ninth regiment, N. G. 8. N. Y., will dlioourse choice
music during the entire dav. Fares:-Yoiuers. SB cents;
Cohens', Cornwall and Newburc, $1; Poughkeepsle, #1 25.
Excursion ticket for the round trip to Cozzene', Cornwall and
Newburg, $1 10; Poughkeecste, $2.
JAMKS FISK, Ji., President.
M. R. Simons, Managing Director.
TO CHARTER FOR EXCURSIONS-TUB FAVORITE
steaipboat Martha Washington. Apply to J. HENION,
68 West street.
Take the new and first class steamboat
PLEASANT YALLEY, from Spring streot dally, Sunday*
Included, at 10, 8 and &U o'clock, tor Fort Lee, Pleasant Valley
and Shady Side, landing at Thirty-fourth street both way*.
The favorite, elegant, palatial steamer
Sl'NNYSIOE, unequalled for tlze, speed, safety and
comfort, carrying 2,500 passengers, to charter for picnlo*
and excursions; also other steamers and bargee. Iona,
Island and other groves.
BLOOMER A C0? 248 Front street.
The large, first class steamboat sleepy
HOLLOW, unequalled for epeed, comfort and safety,
havlnr accommodation for 2,000 people, Is now ooen for excursions;
also Uudley'e, Myers' and Raritan Beach Groves,
Aiderne.y Park and Spring Hill Grove, on the Hudson. Bargee
Walter Sands, William Myers, Win. J. Haskell, Merchant
and Duraut, with sWamboate of all klnde If desired.
J. A K. MYRRH, I
svrafr Morton |?d Wort strtlW, aVklffw
c
.. ?
AMDUnBNTn.
/ \lympic thkathe.
u the B t.st^ey b^ta IBM BMT
MRS. JAMES A. OATK*' GREAT TROUPB
IN
THE FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF OOLD.
Mr*. JAMES A. OATKS u EARL DARN LET
In which character *h? ha* mod *ucc?Mf<illy appeared
o?er 600 night*, Id all (he Southern aud Waatern eltiea, and
fourteen week* In Philadelphia.
Conctanea < li?r original character) MIm Ueorala Dlokaon
THE GREAT TOURNAMENT SCENE,
Introducing ENTIRELY NEW OKOTKSyUKR,
By HERNANDEZ and LEON BROS.
TUB IUMBLERONICAN, by PROF. O'REARDON,
TUB MUSICAL FESTIVAL,
and
HERNANDEZ'S WONDERFUL GUITAR SOLO.
THE IMPERIAL JAPS.
MATINEES WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS a> t.
Bowery theatre.
BENEFIT OF MR. J. B. STUDLBY.
Mill RACHEL DENVIL I MIm FANNY HERRING'S
hai kindly rolunteered. I la*t night but one.
MACBETH.
Macbeth Mr. Studley | Lady Macbeth... .Mlea Denrll
The Oreat Carleton In long* and jlga. <
irish emigrant.
TIM O'BRIEN .MIM FANNY HEBRINQ
frt A -THEATRE OOMIQUE,
ul r Broadway, oppoiUe St. Nlohola*.
BUTLER k GILMORE. Manager* and Proprietor*,
The cooled and belt ventilated theatreln the United State*.
HOL'SKS THRuNGED FROM PARQUET TO DOMK
NIGHTLY OREET THE MAMMOTH STAR TROUPE.
TWIf MOST I RHP.fllSTIR LR BURST OF APPLAUSE.
The (JREAT I'ANTOMIMIHT of 111* AUK, CHAB. ABBOTT.
HUNKY or FAIRY'S
DOREE, tb* OirPk
THE OREAT COMBINATION TROUPE.
100 ARTIBTS WILL APPEAR NIGHTLY.
See small bill*. l)oor* upon at 7; curtain rl*?* at 8. Admission
?36 cent*; parnuet anil dress circle. M) e?nt*; orcfce*tra
and reserved **al* $1. ' 8*at* resirvsd *lx day*.
Kelly a leon's minstrels.
no Broadway. Monday, Jun* 37,
RETURN OK TUB ONLY LEON.
edwin kelly and the mammoth company.
FOR six NIGHTS ONLY.
LEON IN EIGHT CHARACTERS Tb* Olrl Par Excellence,
Col latum Par*pa, Kitten Relation* in Avenue B, Hwl*?
Hornpipe, a* the German Girl In Ll*cb*n and Frltxeben, Gilbert*
In Frow-Krow, and '
_HORSE FLY DON^TTICKLE ME. _
Booth's theatre.
the huguenot.
Mrs. f. b. conway's parr theatre. Brooklyn.
friday, benefit ok
Mr. e. l. davenport.
PIZARRO and
BLACK-EYED SUSAN.
Dr. kahn's museum, m broadway,
Mew York?alio London and Pari*?will shortly 06
open. For gentlameu only.
THK GREAT CIRCULATION FIOl'RE.
THE ANATOMY OF FLOWERS, VEGETABLES AND
FRUITS.
THE DYING SOLDIER ON TUB FIELD OF BATTLE.
THE BEE AND BEEHIVE.
NO NEED FOR THIS GREAT INSTITUTION TO BE ADVERTISED.
The Anatomy of Ererythlng in Creation, from the smallest
Fly to the groat Elephant. i
One visit will bring ten thousand otliors. Interne excitement. I (
Grand opening day t? be July announced. A hundred thousand
Curiosities never seen In the United States before.
ANTIQUITIES FROM THE RUINS OF POMPEII.
DUPLICATES FROM THE TOWER OF LONDON AND
THE BRITI8H MUSEUM.
CROWN JEWELS OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
DAY OF OPKNIM1 SHORTLY TO BE ANNUUNUKU.
746 Broadway (opposite Astor place), New York.
?OEE ROME AND DIE."-BUT LIVE TO 8BB" Oft!
lO K aim's Mt.Benin, 74o Broadway (opposite Aitor plac?>J
Raw York; alio London and farm.
Look out for the grand openi.no or ua.
Katan'i Museum, 745 Broadway topposlte Astor plaoe),
New Y ork; alio London and Paris.
T/ARTHQUAKES
Hi Are natnre's convulsions.
But to lee nature'! beautlea
SBE
DR. KAHN'S
MUSEUM,
LONDON AND PARIS,
748 BROADWAY.
Opposite A (tor place. New York.
OPENING DAY WILL SOON BE ANNOUNCED.
/CROSBY OPERA BOUSE,
l; Chicago, III.
To vent for all Brat olaia entertainment*. For term*
addreaa * . |
TREASURER, Croaby Opera Ho.isa.
r THEATRICAL MANAGERS.
A large aad oansUntly
Increasing atoek of
wood cuts,
from freak and original
designs. on hand at the
metropolitan JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
97 Nassau street,
Old Herald Building.
EiHILADELPHIA.-THE CHESTNUT STREET THKA,
tre will be rented for one or more year* from the 1st or I
ptember next. Anpiy to WM. G. COCHRAN, 824 Walnut
street, Philadelphia.
TO THEATRICAL MANAGERS. >
A large and constantly
Increasing stock of H
WOOD CUTS,
from fresh and original I
designs, on hand at the I
MU1RUPOL1TAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE, I
87 Nassau street,
Old Herald Building. < j |
618 mubeum or anatomy (1| *
<18 Broadway. S3
(18 # f - ??
618 I We are fearfully and (18
61$ I wonderfully made. (la
618 4 < > U|
(18 The Beauties, Wonders and Monstrosities of 911
(18 the Human and Animal Crsatloa to be seen at (18
618 one iislt. (la
Booth'S theatre.
THE HUGUENOT
PNEUMATIC TUNNEL-UNDER BROADWAY. 230 f
Broadway, corner Warren. Open 10 to S. _____ .
TO THEATRICAL MANAGERS.
A large and coustanUf
Increaflng stock of .
WO.OD CUTS,
from freth and original
design*, on hand At the *
kltfROFOLITAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE
97 Na**au ureet,
Old Herald Building.
~ TIIG LECTURE SEASON. #
J M PORTA NT LECTURES TO GENTLEMEN ONLY, OX
Interesting. invaluable and icteutlflc subject*, ihowlna
ow to live and what we lire Tor, are delivered dally at tka <*
New York Museum of Anatomy. Those unable to attend oan
rueolve a cop; by forwarding 25 oonta to the Secretary, ?19
Broadway.
JnEMPERANCE. BUT NOT TEETOfALISM.?REVf
L CHARLES B. SMYTH will lecture at Stctnway Hall oa
uesday evening, June 2H. Subject Practical Temperance, .
at Oppoaed to toe Fallacy of Total Abitlnonce." Ticket* M
cent* each, at the door on the evening of the lecture. ,
~ PIANOFORTES. . _
A GREAT OFFER-HORACE WATKR8, 481 KKOAlK
way, will dispose of 11)0 Pianos, Melodeon* and Organs
of all llrit clas* makers, at e xtremely low price* for c??b
during thl* mouth, or will uke from $6 to 426 monthly until
Said. The mine to let, and rent money applied If purehaied.
lew Chickering Piano* are Included In thl* offer.
A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE OF FIRST CLAM
sinaro and upright Pianos; also a Oh'ckurlnc and
oilier*, great bargain*. STEEDMAN A IIOLLYER, M
West Sixteenth etreet, between Fifth and Sixth avenue*.
A SUPERIOR BRADBURY SEVEN ONE-THIRD 0&
tave Piano, agraffe treble, carved legs, all Improve]
menta, at a great bargaiu tor ca*ii. Address PIANO, lieraw
office.
A -"BARNES'" PIANOFORTES ARK 8UPER10R IN
. tone, finer in finish and more durable than any oths*
manufactured, fur which they wore awarded the prlre medal
at the American Institute Fair, 1369, and are offered extremely
low lor cash or instalment*. Wareroom* 137 KlguUk
itreef, near Broadway.
A N EXTRAORDINARILY HANDSOME ROSEWOOD
Piano, 7 ootave, oarved, with all modern improvement*,
tood as new, for $276; In perfect order. 426 West Twenty.
hlgbtb street, near Ninth avenue.
k V \ \ T F ! (' KMT RU'Hf.Y fUKTtn. FHTIR RMT.NII
J\. corners, rosewood 7 << octave Pianoforte, made to order
for $800, only seven months In us*. wilt be tola for $275; also
rich Parlor, Chamber and Dining Furniture at half oost; pro*
perty of private family. 13 East Tenth street, on# block west
of UroaJway, between University place aud Firth aveiiue.
A RARE CHANCE. PRIVATE FAMILY LEA VINO
J\ the city will sell their elegant 7V octavo rosewood Pianoforte,
ma<fe to .vr.ler, coat $<vQ< tyt ?2o0 ; Id use tlx month*} .
also frO lot* of Furniture at hair cost. Call at 113 Wen
Twenty seventh street, near Sixth avenue.
A GREAT BARGAIN?SECOND HAND ROSEWOOD
Pianoforte, 6M octave; good tone. In good order, $7#,
At BATIERSON'8 Furniture Storage, 600 Sixth arena*, ucar
Fortieth Itre*'..
"l MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTB--CEL&I ?
i\ brated maker, fully guaranteed, Cost $700, for $230 J
Parlor Suits, Paintings, Brussels Carpets; property family
leaving city. 67 West Fifteenth *treet, near Sixth avenue.
A LADY GOING IN THE COUNTRY WILL 8F.LL FOR
*876, oost $560. nearly new magnificent first class rose*
wood seven ootave pianoforte; celebrated makers; modern
Improvements. 28 Third street.
A BARGAIN, SACRIFICE.-SPLENDID TOP BUGGYi
latest stylo, built by John K. Lawrence; cost $450; poli
and aharts and harness, In perfect order; used one seasonj
price $160. Apply 449 Seventh avenue and Thirty-eighth at.
ASTEINWAY PIANOFORTE AT A SACRIFICE FOf(
cash, with every Improvement,in perfect order; a beau*
tiful rosewood Pianoforte, only $luu.
IF you WANT A good PIANO CHEAP, CALL A<
1 MEKRKLL'ri warvroom, No. 8 Union sq'inre; ?old o*
Instalments or rented; customer* lulled; large Hock; beat
makers; look.before selecting elsewhere.
Magnificent seven octave modern improved
Piano, with agraffe treble, at a sacrifice. New Piano*
I reduced price*. 128 Macdongal street, near Amily.
h. ha rdm an.
The" best place for bargains-new aniJ
eoond band Pianos, of superior quality and ton*. j. a
C. FISCHER, 431, 4:3 and 4'? West Twenty eight street,
near Ninth avsnue.
MUHICAjL.
Ayoono lady would like to obtain *
situation as alto sluter In some choir; has had expert"
ence ; salary no object. Address L. F. NIHLAC, 19 Bond si.
A -CONSERVATOR* OF MUSIC, NO. 28 WAVERI-EY
place. ?Roduucd terras for summer season. PrtvaM , -i
lessons from $7 per quarter. Regular classes $5. Puptlf
accommodated with practice.
fpHE mabon a hamlin cabinet organs-ao.
JL know lodged the best Instruments of the class tn the world.
Winners of the Paris Exposition medal and seventy-art
others, _
New styles, In Resonsnt caset, with Ruphone and othei
most recout Improvements. Prices reduced. $60, $75, $10C|
$l2n, $175, ?SU0, *225, $25U to $1,000 e?< h. Second han?
I \ Organs of our own and other makes at low priQM, Organ*
T ? MH?, War?r990V MIr9*Art*r.
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