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I not hiitlr. A?f.apt fiftt third street. near mapison . sv.nue.? Four at"ry 1 k'i hood new, well I uli; medium Sired Noes Feotta irout Dwelling; n.sn a list of Fifth and Maula >n avenue and um m ?- Kwe.ungt for sale. V. K. t>. EVEl-SON A SUN, 11 1 me street. A -FIFTH AND EIGHTH AVKNI'F AND BKOAD , way Bul'ding L.iu, ? ngty or In piota, fronting and he low Central Park, ai d Lou on Madlsou aveuu- aud llie a*l iotntnrstreets, lor aale by V. K. STEVENSON A SON, 11 I'lne as reel. A finf. first class tiikkk story high btuof brown alone Hou?e < n East Fltly-elghth street, in beau tiful order; marble balls, Ac. Can be bought cheap; eery litl.e caab deairea. WALDRON A ZITTFL. 1.C18 Third arenue. AN ENTIRE BLOCK OF <o LOTS, 101ST AND 1020 JA. atresia, Second and Third avenues. (or anle at a inr fa n. For price aud lerma apply to 1'AOL N. SPOFFURD, 9 Bros away. Lots, l tr, lots.?for palf. on fifth, mapi ?"n. Fourth utirt LiX'n.ton avenues: r Boulevard Pioi? for f le and exchange. Ay y to FLTTRli TCU A KI- M SKN, l.Kaih bird avtnuc, between bixty-ilrsl uiid Slxly-acc end streets. VVr-i sitle. Anew and well arranged four story high atoop brown atone Dwelling 1n Forty-iP'th street, near Ftltb avenue, substantially built, in perfect order; alao ? lilt of West m lr llou? ? uii.I Dwellunts ua tilth and Mudi aon avenues iur lale. V. K. ST EVENS ON A SON, 11 Fine street. A ?K1FTU AND EIGHTH AVENUE ANO BROAD -tn., war Building Lots, linslv or In plots, fronting and be low Central Park, and Lots on Madison avnue and the ad joining streets, for ia>e by V. K. sTEVliNSUN A SON, 11 Pine atreet. Avery desirable dwelling lot?fee sim ple; medium size; reweit nrran2rn.er.ti; elegantly finished in hard woods ; prii e reasonable ; last of three. Ap ply on premises. 70 Weal Fifty-Ural street. A valuable AM) CHOICE rLOT OF ground for sal*, on Muth arenue, betweeu Seventy alxth and Seventy-seventh streets?16 Lots: priee ^-1 <(1,000. Terms to ?Ull. GEO. 11. WALlON, 21 1 ark row, rooms ho, 51 ami 52. FOE S \LE?$h,IHK)?OR TO LEA BE TO A SMALL Dundy, the ( uttage brick P. one iu West Twenty-lhird atreet. Inquire o! Mr. ScLLIYaN, Nmeteentli atreet an * Tenth avenue. For sale parties in want of an elegant, convenient nnd comfortable Home, at a moderate price, ?re requested to e ?U aland examine No. 83 West liliy-lifth ?ireet. On view during tbe day. FOR SALE?THE THREE STORY OHIO STONE House No. 56 West Fiftieth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, 20x50, Columbia Col ege leasehold t.84 yean); price SiU.U. U. Apply >*n the premises. rCTOR KALli-VKRY REASONABLY, THE FOUR STORY '-T hizh stoop brown stone 451! Weit Forty-seventh street; Rood order, fine location. Terms eusv. Apply on premises, or to J. t R. RUSSELL, Jr., 55 West Thirtieth sire-l. THOR bALE OR TO LET?FURNISHED, A THREE J story high stoop brick House, in perfect order and with gnodern improvements. 185 West Twenty-first street. PRIVATE SALE REAL ESTATE (WEST SIDE). The two extra sized Fifth avenue Lota (Leasehold) Inn the northwest corner of Fifth avenue and Fiftieth street, ?will be sold at auction by MILLER, WILKIN'S A CO., on Thursday, June 9. at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom. Tbey are each 28 feet 8 Inches wide nnd 1?1 feet deep. Fif teen years of the first term are unexplied, with three re newals of 21 years each, at a 5 per rent valuation, subject to the usual cotfililons o7 the Columbia College lease. Present ground rent of corner lot. $7211; inside lot, $650. Further particulars of tbe auctioneers. "BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALe) AND TO LET. JJKRALD BRANCH OFFICE?BROOKLY'N. advertisements FOR THE nf.w yoak herald RECEIVED AT BRANCH OFFICE, AT NO. 4 COURT t?TREET~01TY HALL SQUARE. OFHCF. OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 8 P. M. BROOKLYN CARRIERS AN D DEALERS CAN RECEIVE THi IK PAPERS AT THE HERALD BRANCH DELIV ERY. NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. CITY AND COUNTRY, T1ALF HOUR FROM FULTON ferry, Brooklyn. -To let, a beautiful Country Seat, gar den, frtiita, tlow. r*. bouse 11 rooms, all Improvement*; rent 42,50; nee R. Other desirable Places ? r me or to let. a me ?on Huusou river. W. H. MELiCK, 421 Broadway. JET1 OR SALE -FURNISHED, THREE STORY BRICK *X House,nine looms; good location. Broik'vit; >wuer ?e?ving city. Address J. L. \V., box 2,647 Post "office, New 1 ork. CTOP.E TO LET CHFAP THE BEST CORNER IN O Brooklyn. Apply at 79 Broadway, corner Third street, Brooklyn, I . D. $9 nnn <ash-a fine thrke story uihh _.1/1 11 stoop brick H'.usi ; f.r.t c'-o-* location: tn very good order; or to exchange for desirable Lota. I: julre at ii Lee avenue, Broukijti, <>r 1C-1 East Ligateentb strict. New Y ork. JERSEY CITY, HOKOIvKN, HUDSON CITY A Nil* UKKMKX REAL ESTATE. For s-ale. ATTENTION?THE GREAT AUCTION PALE OF 210 splendid Building Lois at Tyler Park, ado mini; Twelfth ward ol Jersey i Ity, takes pl.n r this dav, at . o'clock P. M., on the sound, by J. M. GlESi M, Auctioneer. $2licash iiuj monthly rayraenti n' $1 wul secure a lot; i nest jersey pro perty ever oflend; chowder and music; free excursion train from foot of t band -r? and Twenty-ihird street ferric* at J .15 o'clock P. M. Kaliroad tickets und maj at >7 Chulbam Street. New 1 ork ; 27 .Mun'jtumcry street. Jersey City, and at the depot, this day. Come an J brine yuur friends along. PROI'ERTY' OCT OP Till: CITY FOB SAi.E OR TO REX f. TARRYTOWN.?AT At <1 ION. BLACK WELL A MARKS will eell, at the Exchange Sn.esroom, 111 Broadway, New York, at li M., June 6,1-171. the t ,niter resld nee of the late t. K. lhigardn*, Esq. on Beekuiaa a en us, rsrrytown, with in hvc id in u tea' walk of depot, the brick Mansion, containing 12 rooms, besides dam i room, kitchen, Ac. with pas. water. Ac.; is situa'cd on high ground, overlooking the river; the grounus consist of about three acres, beautifully latd out lu lawn, with ornamental trees; garden and orburj, with choice Iruit ;n a', uudaace; carriage h use and stables, Mai s and further particulars ut office oi auctioneer*. BLACK WELL A MARKS, 05 and 67 Liberty street, or oj posit* depot, 'larr7town. A BARGAIN.?A CORNER STORE PROPERTY (DOTNG u\ a good I'cucrai business); st/.e 118 by HKl; two etory Building. Ala > iicul Cottuue adjoining, containluc seven rooms, in so id or ler. tr. village id Pirasantville. on H?r:*m Raurnad, 51 tnile* distant; ten tram* ''ally; sire togi'.ber, 80 by 100 feet, w.th garden, fruit Uvea, Ac. Very healthy lo cation; cburcl:e,s and school. Pries together, .*6,000. <Jr will rent cottage and gardi a for i >00. Inquire at 255 West Eleventh street. * T NEW BRIGHTON, STATES ISLAND.?TWO FUR J\ nlshe I House*, handsomely located, m <d?:rn imrrove tusnta, stanle an I co*. h home, wlib garde i* planted ; by tne 5ear or *en?uii; very low. Orte unfurnished. Particular* of . W. S1MUN80N, So. 1JV Pinx street. AT NEW BRIGHTON, 8. I. AT REDUCED BENTS, two Villa*. I urnisbed .in : unfurnished; all modern tin Iirovementa: charming, retire 1 locality, abide and fruit rees; gardes* planted; new unsuri tssed. Vi'M. ELLI i f A CO., 1,401 Broadway. LL wanting FARMS (( u D SOIL) ADLRESSC, l LA.MJlS, Vineiailil, N.J. At crankord, n. j for . ale at 97,000, or to rent at $ntvi. an nrnaun r.tal <k? o.itaining 11 room*. WltkCMMl* and bam; two acres of land, with a choice variety ol fruit tret *: >ain. carriage shed, granary ?no poultry (.'.use . nv men; y arranged; distant lOiuin Me*'walk from station, mi the leniial Railroad of New Jersey; 60 minutes from New York. N <1. h OS ILK, Are ItccL 111 Broadway. AVERY FINE FARM CFSG ACRES FOR SALE SF.AR Hide I'.irk atnti :i, L. L, opp?.. te Stewart's ardeo Civ; biii lings good, nearly new; House, 15 io ins; crops looking gooo . ,ti ..<?! i <? gold ; iv " ? >. ha.ge (or el y Pro, Apply to LETT RETCH A I.t.MsEN, l.1 Third avenue between SIxty-firat on ! Six'--serund street a fiOR SALE?A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE, 1 ring a tw i atory, co: made, double House, room., sta ble, with an acre of (wound ; tme v.ew of the South Buy; good 1 suing, bathing and cunning In aranou ; neighborhood en ol lent; nve minutes from (tutIon, same iriun nay ; two hours bv South hide Kaliroad. Ape y to it. VV. KEN YON, lumber yard, foot ol North Second- trect, Willlsmr.burg. L^OR SALE OK To RENT-AT BM/A11KTH, N. J . A -T Fr-ucti rod Bona*, i attaining 12 room u.ib ail the modem Imp- cements and with.11 three minutes' walk from the uei. it . w, 11 he sold or ren e 1 very cheap; all* Of lot. Mi MA Please address J. M. D. VViNANS, lock bo* 19 El za beth, N. J. F 7VjR SALE t IIRVT CLASS FARM OF I'H ACRES, with i.rni rla*n bu'Ullwi, crops ?n'1 ntentU*; one mile from Uir village uf <?Uku, on lb iiu'laou; cul* 100 ton* on bar. *lx acrca in fruit. Far particulars uddir?i J. A. J*., boa No. tiCalakiU, N. V. I NOR BALK DELIUH.-KUL RESIDENCE, WELL shad d, on the Bav, Ft..ten I.land; 5 minute* from ??rryj II rooms; good batlnug in f'utit, ? - hi j term* easy. DAIlKIN, du Broad street. INURNIBHF^> AND UNFURNISHED IIOU-..S IO LI T Tonters. Fcrdkam, Kys. Ns* - w! irg, ( are mini Montcialr, Rlooiu6enl, hi raneih, Bitdjeport and Ha lo island. Permits of A. JOl KNEAY, No. 1 l ine street. Fl URNISUKD AND UNFURNISHED III USES TO LET. Yonaers, Tarrytown, Fpuyteu Dnyyll, Fort Washington, Aiidubno Park. Irrmont, PMbam, Newtown, Orange, Eiizu, beth, MIonmLeld, New Bright n. , , ? , W M. ELLIOTT I CO., 1,491 Broadway. tPUBMlHHED HOUSE?SHADE 1P.F.E8, STABLE, F vegetables and milk; SI61 a month tor three months, with privilege of another month ; location most h aituy; one mli* from aiailen, on Nortlu-r n Hailroad. s. HASTINGS GRANT, 104 Broadway. Seaside residence to let at Bridgeport, 1 nun.. 1 ear Scaalde Park, a new House, 14 room* ; bath and nnidcrn cunt enlenci s; def btlul air aad sea view ; en t water b thing, Ac. ; S't.-*! foi tin- *e??on. F. H. HINI',5yil Brnadwst , ni CUaKLRS BKOiltl-.ttJ.LL, Bridgeport. IJ'HIKD AND CLOSING SALE 1 liolca Building Plot* "ii the Heights B 'lheri nrd P*rk, ten miles ifonv ouuute* from Broadway, M milay, June 12. Bpeeial train with Uralulla's baud at 1118 A.M., Erie Rat road. Get mapa and fret passer of auctioneers, A. D. MI.LLH Ii, JR , A BRO., 6 I'm* street. New York. PROPERTY OFT OF THR FIT* FOR ?ALB ?>< rJ? KKN'T. _ IJOR SALE-FARM OK COUNTRY SEAT; 19 ACRES splendid land; full cultivation; good buiUUngi; bea-iliy location, but. n Island; lermi easy. I'AKKIN, JO Broad street. rOO LET?COMPLETELY FURNISHED, 45 MINUTES J from OR* Hall, elegant Country beat; extensive lawn, Old treva, beautiful river view, garden. iru'ts. flowers, coach man's i; )U>", slabir s, outbuildings, boating. Ashing; $.,btH) aummer or vear. J. FISHES SATTERTHWAITK, 10 Pine street. mo LI T-AT MONTOL4IR, H. J., A WELL FUR 1 Dished Collate House nine rooi a, for summer or longer term. GEO. M. CLE A KM AN, 110 55 all atreet. TPO LKT-AT NYACK, N. Y., A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY J b. at, furnlahed nearly co tuple! ; line ever view. Apply t EDWIN UOSS, Nyack, N. Y., or to THEODORE ROsri. yl 1rout atreet, New 5 ork. TO LET-NEAR KNQLEWOOD, N. J., FOR TWO monttaa from July 8, a large atone Hcuae, furnlahed; haa every city convenience. Address box 83 Euglewoixl l'ost TO LET OR SELL?ELEGANT NEW FRENCH IIOUSE. containing ten rooms, with a'l improvements; garden; splendid a lew; live minutes from steamboat and cnra; thirty mluutei trom New 5 ork. Inquire of il. IS.lBLAU, 813 Broadway, corner of Thirteenth atreet TO RENT?FURNISHED, ON THE SOUND SHORE, Staten Island, near the Richmond Val'ey Station, on high ground, 60 feet above the water, a tine Cottage, 18 roon a, In hrst r&to order; size 40x45; large stable and car riage house ; 7 acres of ground; water In house ; all kinds of fruit; there is a good bathhouse; fine boating and rishlng; rent lor the season, $,400. It i& a mod delightful place, on the water, shaded, Ac.; fully and handsomely furnished, Parties rt-siring to see it can lake a forenoon boat at the Butterr and be rnei at Rlchmoail Valley s ation by owner's team and return ; It tv only four mlutites1 drive from de; ot. JAS. K EDWARDS, ill West Twenty-third street. TO RENT?A NUMBER OK VERY desirable OO0N try b. alt, convenient to city, at reduced rents, for bal ance of the season; several fronting the Sound. B. IRELAND, 2ol Broadway. TO KENT-AT ELIZABETH, N. J., HOUSE OF 9 rooms, In beautiful grove, near depot. Inquire of J. L. WOOD, at A. M. Kidaer's, No. 4 Wall atreet, New York. TO RENT FOR THE BUMMER?A LARGE, THOR" oughly furnished House, with all modern improvements at Roseville, N. J., between Newark and Orange. App y to J. H. SL'VDAM. 62 Broadway. TWO SUMMER PLACES IN NKW JERSEY, NEAR uepot, three or more acres of cboiee land; tine views, abundance of shade and choice fruit. Possession given at once. Terms easy. S. 8. MaNUAM Jk CO., 39 Nassau street, room 18}^. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE, piTT AND COUNTRY PROPERTY-LOCATIONS VERY VV desirable; r.r.'at bargains In New York, Brooklyn and New Jersey; would exchange for Clothing, Drv Goods," Hard ware or other merchandise or property. OHlce C. S. x T. C. A L. S. BUREAU, 24.! Broadway, nrst tloor. XPOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A FARM OF 650 ACRES F in Pennsylvania, near Strouds'onrg, free and clear, and $10,000, for good properly in or near Ni-w Y'ork. HOWE A CO.. 10 Pine street. FOR EXCHANGE-FACTORY PROPERTY, ON EAST Thirty-hftli street, Engine and Boiler included; will take In exchange City or Country Property; lactory in perfect order for Immediate use. For further particulars impure of GEORGE KUCllNEK, 314 and 316 East Thirty-tlfth struct, in basement. For sale cheap and to exchange?splendid Country Seats, choice Farms, Hottres, Lots, Ac., in the heat sections of New Jersey, convenient to New Y'ork. Apply to KELLY' BROTHERS, 205 Broauway. I HAVE SEVERAL HOUSES IN BROOKLYN TO Ex change for Furniture, Carpets, Redding, Pianos and Merchandise of all kinds, suitable for Western market. G. N. ARMSTRONG, 183 Broadway, second floor, back room. rkUTIIERFURD PARK PROPERTY FOR RALE-FOUR k line* of tbn best located Pro|>erty In the place, on Orient way. Price low. Term* ea*v. tor further particu lar- apply to JOHN A. HAWKINS, 48 Conlar.dt it.eet, N. Y. lO EXCHANGE- BROOKLYN LOTS, FOR A SMALL Country Place uear city. Address box <3,7,? Pott oltiee. 'ANTED?HARDWARE OR FANCY DRY GOODS IN exchange for improved Brooklyn real eitate, contain ing al modern Improvement*; equity -FS.O 0 to $10,(10.'. Ap p- nil interv.ew or give full particular* to F RAN CO, Herald U^Ala ESTATE WANTED. SALJSS AT AUCTION. | /.ard-n ; the bou.se is large un.l in | erfect order, containing ; 17 roo? ? ? " ' 1 iargi . rat claa* furnace, stationary wash tubs in laundry. ?r in ren'ete with every modern convenience; beautiful and rormnandlDK rlew* of the bays and harbor of Netr York. I irt 1 I-* an 1 permits avplv to J. W. sl.\!(i.\s< in, No. 1)? Pine street. New York, Metropolitan F.ank Building. ^LIIKF.T B. WaLDRON, AUCTIONEER, * UCTION SALE.--AT 12 WEST TEN'TII STREET, JY between Kroiulwiyand Fifth avenue, near Fifth nv. An extraordinary opportunity for housekeepers. Over ?<25,W10 worth and over Old lots masntt'eer.t Household Furniture, Velvet, Brussels Carpet*, bi ll ant toned rosewood octave Pianoforte, THIS (MONDAY) MORNING, June 5, at IU* o'clock, at the elegant bve story residence 12 West Tenth street, one block west of Broadway. Parties wishing to attend this sale take .Sixth avenue or Urlt-< ,?.ty place or Broadway stages and stop at Tentn Street, a short diftr.no, from the house. EDWIN NICHOLS, Auctioneer. K'gbt magnificent Parlor Stilts, l?t at stylo, all made to order, cover.'1 tvuh the richest description satin broratel, silk str ped and plain rep*; rlcti Oil Paintings, French Jtmnge,, *ixiy day Clocka, Vases, Statuary, Wnrk* of Art, I ler cud Oval Mirro., Laoe < urtalns, l.tagires, Tallies, 'i urki-h ' hairs, Lourees Bookcase*, magnificent rosewood f'latios it* (trotn Decker A Brothers', Stool and Cover; 12 r is"Wood an I walnut Ct.ambi r Suits, Spring and Hair Mat l ie- $. Kfinket*. rirddlnj, Fxbnalon lables, Sideboard, Pinng < hairs, rich (lass, China and Sllror Ware; Ivory 'fiii.ie Cut.erv, Ac. Su,e positive. Reliable men in attend ance to cart or pack goods lor purchai,' is. % ?AUCTION RALE?AT 1 11' YF.ST T WENTY-TItIRD ST. JBL? This(MondaY' rnom.ng. eoni'nencfnc st 10Vd o'clock. I.UKE FITZGiir ALH, Auctlonei r, will mil this day over iliil Lots, by catalogue, elejant. < ostly and plain Household Furniture, Chleker iii" A s n's Pianoforte; Pier and Mantel Mirrors, fm ? ml Paint.: gs, real Brer res, bisque Figures, Velvet. Medallion Carpets; reel Lace and Brocatel Curtains, magnificent rose ?y dKiageria, ( entre Tab es; Parlor Suits, Mane Antot ne't? an 1 <> and Ditch*** s'yies; Inlaid, glided Lady's Wrltng De-k and Bookcase, 7lKi cnt re volumes Books. Bedrooms 1 insist, v!/. ?Solid res,-wood and black walnut Sets, style Louis XIV.; Bedstesos, Bureaus, Washstand, Commodes, Wardrobes, Shaving Stand and Dresslnr Case, 25 e|"fant Curled H.-.ir Mttresses, S. 1*. Kettle's celebrated Spring Beds, Pillows, Holsters, Hiansets, fkl Linen Sheets, llW Pillow Blip*. Tur. i?b J.asv Cha rs, Lounges, Clocks, Engravings, sc. Dining Ro-ru consists, vis.:?Magnificent Inlaid black walnut Hulln. Plated Ware; Fret) b China Dinner and Tea Sets, 2' 0 pieces; Casters, Urne, Knives, E'orks, spoons. Rings, Linen, Ac. Basement and kitchen Furniture. ,N. B.?Strangers wishing to attend tht* sale take Bulb or Keveutb avenue cars or Twenty-third street stages. A UCTION NOTICE BY VIRTUE OK A CHATTEL J\ mortgage, given by Sarah M. '-ragg, of the city of Neat York, to Margaret K. Cagttey, dated April 30, 1*<D, wtll lie soid at public auction, Tuesday, June 6, 1R71, at 10E; o'clock A. M? ut .'124 Spring sticet, nald city, one. Piano, covered by said utorlgaae. |.?Y J. W. CAMPBELL, JR., AUCTIONEER-SELLS I F this day, commencing 10>f o'clock, at 382 West Fifteenth street, between Seventh and r.lgnth avenues, entire Furni ture, private family, In good order:?Elegant carved solid ivuinii Parlor Bone, in green rep?; carved walnut marble top Centre labia*, walnut extension and other Tables, ele gant carved wainet French Bedsteads, otb r Bedsteads, mm l ie-top wair,111 Bureaus, with mirrors; line walnut Imny conversation Obnlrs, Rocker* do; Lounges, Hooding, gilt Irani" French p'.nle Mirrors, Shades, Ranges, La* Stoves, Parlor do., Kelrigeratore, Safes, Brussels Carpet*, Oilcloth*, Crocksry, Glassware, Kit. ben Utetirll*, Ac. Good* to be removed immediately after sal*. Buyers, dealers, specially ]>Y V. COLTON, AL'dlIONEEK.?LARGE AND 1M I) portnut sale ot new and second hand Furniture; two or j thrie roicwood Piano*, Mirror*, Par,or Suits, Wardrobe*, Bookcases, Centre and Extension Table*, 40 or I'i Carpets, 50 r.cb Pn,filings and Kngraviugs, together with me entire furnl lure or ?j ?l ol tlie | urnlture ol three or four Iambics, which m ist be c.osed out. M o'clock, at the auction , near Broadway, one of the largest *ale? ot the leaton and the Closing out of all the various kinds of Furniture that have B 1 WILL TAKE THE MANAGEMENT OF A LITTLE I nu re Property; letting, leasing, collecting rent* and keeping in good order, Ac. Charge* very reasonable, to suit. ( a:i on or address E. W. SMITH, 630 Eighth avenue. WANTED?FIRST CLASS FARM, IN EXCHANGE FOR tT choice stock and cash; n uit Fe healthy location, easy of arc n; goo" buildings, 1 ur water, plenty irutt: atockcd arci lural-hed t>r ferred, Ad Ires* WILLIAM WEST, box lhtl Pet aid Uptown Branch oftice, 1,2-id Broadway. 4 LLEN I MINER, AUCTIONEER. A BY ALL UN B. MINER A BROTHER. late HENRY U. LEEDS .t MINER. (Established 1H47.1 Salesrooms 93 Chambers and 77 Rea !e street*. SATURDAY, JUNE III, At 10'* o'clock, at our salesroom*. No*. 95 Cbamb rs and 77 Re.nde streets, Household Furniture. Mirror*, Carpets, Ac., In variety. Removed for convenience of sale. A J. BLEF.CKFR, AUCTIONEER ELEOANTi j\. Country Beat at Mlddletown Heights, S. I., at auction. J UTMONSON will sell at auction, on Tuesday, June 6, 1*71, at i'i o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 1)1 Broadway, 1 Iriuitv Hull ilng). the uesirab e residence of Julius De.iogn", Esq.. situate on Prospect itreet, opp' site Howard avenue, containing aaout 8% acre*, lyantlfu'ly laid out In lawn and , .. rooms, cas and ga* fixture*, bathroom, hot and cold water, I large fll t BCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER, Ji. ollicc and salesrooms 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post olicc. Ilouaebold Furniture. Two rcsewuod Planus. Elegant Pier and Mantel Mirrors, with Console Tables. CyUnber Desk*. Bookcase*. Ac. JOHNHTON .k VAN TAReELL will tell, on Tuesday, at KII4 o'clock, at their salesroom. J7 Nassau street, a very large as* rtment of Household Furniture of every de-criptlon. Also, Sewing Machine*. Also, 10 sets elegant Brocatel Curtains. ft Salrsroom* 1118 Liberty nn i 111 Ce lar and 39 Chnreb sts. CONFECTIONERY AND ICECREAM SALOON. ON MONDAY, AT 12 O'CLOCK. WALDRON A COOKF. will sell this day everything be longine to a large Ice Cream aud Confectionery FLtanlHb nieiit, rem' >ved to sslearoom* for convenience of sale ; ha loon an I Bedroom I'urn.t ire. Kitchen and Bakehouse I'teuails, Ehow Case* ; al*o 1,610 lb*. Candies. Mottoes, Cake, Ac. On TU"* my? Greenhouse and Garden Plants. On Wednesday?Furniture, Carpet*, Bedding, Ac. Ou Thursday--lu Second place, Brooklyn, Contents of House. Oo Thursday?IIor?eg, VYagons and Tlamess. Auction notice. '1 HIS DAY. MONDAY, at 11 o'clock. 9v0 CAFES STRAW AND PALM LEAF OOODS, lor men's, women's and children's wear, FRESH AND CHOICE GOODS. Attention of buyers is Invited. Catalogues and good* now W M. TOPPING A CO.. Auctioneer*. No. 132 Church street. F. COLTON will sell tht* day (Mondsy), June 5, at inj^ letlon room* No. 5.1 East Thirteenth street, 1 cuniu.ated curing Aptil and May; alao 3tlor 4ti best hair tfioric' ~ ' n tm Maitrr>*e*. about 54) neb Painting* and Engraving*. 40 or 50 carpets, together with every varie'y of sec ml lis I Furni ture; a so several good Refrigerators, Kitchen (Foods, Ac., Ac. Y J. W. CAMPBELL. JR., AUCTIONEER.?WILL sell to-monow (Tuesday) an important lirst ela>s Liquor Establlsiiine.il, with l.ne Cigar Stand attached, on Sixth ave nue, one ot the best chances tver ottered on the avenue. Hm Tuesday'* Herald. Ul.ES AT AUCTION. fAY M. DOUGHTY. AUCTIONEER. J ? Large and peremptory sale of Household Furniture. Carpets, Mirrors. Pianofortes Parlor Organs, Curled llalr Mattresses, with a general assort meat of Housekeeping " To ,e peremptorily sold on Monday, at 111# o'ciuok. at the salesrooms <H Nutsau street. BY JAMES M1LMOR TAYLOR, AUCTIONEER. K. U( TH will sell this (Monday) afteruonn.at 2 o'clock, over 8lK) lots m.tcnltlcmit Furniture, at i.i Hleecker street, b. twei 11 Broadtvay and Hosiery. Elegant Parlor Sutts. all atvU s. covered with satin brocatol, reps and haircloth ; mag nificent rosewood Pianoforte, Stool and Cover; Tables, Eta gerea, Mirrors, Curtains, Paintings, Clocks, Bedsteads, Bu reaus, Washstands, Commodes, Spring and Hair Mattresses, Bedding, Sideboards, Extension Tables, Dining Chairs, rich cut (Mai* and silver Ware; China Tea and Dinner Sets, lt4 pieces; Ice Pltcners. Castors, Cutlery, Ac. N. B.? Goods at rriva'e sale before the sale commeuces. All kinds of goods ought mid sold on commission. Particular uttenlioa paid to sales at private bouses and stores. /"dllAS. M. DEDR1CK. AUCTIONEER, NO. 4 CITY HALL \ > plsce. New York city.?By virtue of the power and au thority In in- vested, 1 u-11 sell, at public miction, the Lease, CoodWill, Slock and F'xttires and all the things belonging to the Li uorb ore 521 West street, city of New York, on the 6ih day of June, at 10 o'clock, A. M.t ot that Jay, without reserve, on the premises, Clinton hall book sale rooms?geo. a LEAVITT A CO., Auctioneers. Important sale of Books WEDNESDAY, June 7. ut 5 o'clock P. M. Pale of a most valuable collection of Books, comprising exceedingly choice nn 1 scarce edtt.ous of I'Uiair.xt U and Standard Works In lino bindings; many rare Books relating to America, ftc., Ac. Catalogues ready. Books ou exhibition Tuesday morning. DV. H. BERTHOLF, AUCTIONEER, SELLS ON MON , dav, nt 2 o'clock, at 454 Canal street, by virtue of a chattel mortgage, the Furniture of a large house, Parlor Sous, pi -r and mantel Mirrors, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Sofas, Lounges, hair and straw Mattresses, line Feather Beds, Pillows and Bedding; also a large lot of office Di sks, t hairs. Settee". Stone. Gltss and Crockery Ware; also, to pay storage, 300 yards of second band Oil Cloth, China Vases. Clocks, Stoves, Saloon ia'ilcs, Matting, Bookcases, Oil Paintings and Engravings. By order of it. TELLER, Attorney mortgagee. EDW. SCHENCK, AUCTIONEER. ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At the private residence At the private residence NO. ?S WEST TlllRTY-NlNTH STREET, by EDW. SCHENCK, on Tuesday, 6th Inst., at 10}4 o'clock A*. M., nil of the elegant Furniture In said house, viz.:?'.Vtl ton and Brussels Carpets, rosewood Parior Suits in crimson silk reps. Cabinets, t entr entre and Fide Tables; Etageres, ele gant Bookcases, brocntel anil lace Curtains: French Clocks and Hroutes, fine Engravings, Extension Tables and Buffets; Dining Suit, black! walnut and mahogany Chamber Suits, Lounges, Easy t hairs, Ac. ; Oilcloths, \\ indow Shades, Glass ware, Plated Ware and all the Kitchen Utensils. TJDWARD SCHENCK. AUCTIONEER. ?!j LARGE AND PEREMPTORY SALE OF FINE CHROMOS, comprising nl1 of the most popular subjects of AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN publications, and being the best selection ever offered at auc tion. Sales will take place on TUESDAY and V, EDNESDAY. June 6 and 7, 1871, common' log at 10Nj o'clock A. M., at the salesroom 0(1 Liberty street, New York. T7XKCUTOR8' SALE, j V. K. STEVENSON, SON A CO. B. P. FAIRCHILD. Auctioneer, will sell at auction, ON WEDNESDAY, JUNK 7. 1171, at 12 M.. at Exchange Salesroom, 111 Brow hvay, by order of executors of Isaac Dvckman, deceased, over 50') Lota on Broadway and contiguous streets and avenues, being the remaining part of the Dyckman Homestead, and com prising towards 100 acres. Sale positive and without reserve. Last ss'e of the Dyckman estate. The title Is Indisputable. Sixty-bye percent may remain on bond nnd mortgage. For'maps and descriptive pomphiets, wltu terms of sale and directions to rench the property, apply to the Auction eers. No. 11 Pine street, or to LOCK WOOD A CROSBY, Counsel for the Executors, No. 123 Nassau street. I EXTENSIVE PALE OF AMERICAN OIL PAINTINGS, Li Pastel Pictures nnd Crystal Medallions.?JOHN K. LEVI SON, Auction' er, on Monday. Tut sday, Wednesday nnd Thursday evenings, June h, 6, 7 and 8, nn unusually fine cel led! >n of 40U Works of Art by favorite American arti?ts; pnlntinxs ail el gnntiy framed In tine gold lunf. At the sales room, 5i7 Broadway, opposite the Metropolitan Hotel. Hundred pome cave at auction. As Commtisioner of the barren Circuit Court, I will soli, at the late residence of J. 1), Courts, decease.!, in Ed mmirtaon county, Ky., on the 8th day of Jane. 1871, the fa mous Hundred Dome Cure, situate i two miles inm Glasgow Junction, on the Lotiisvi e and Nashville Railroad, In Ed moudsou county. Kr This care is superior in ite GRAND AND BEAUTIFUL FORMATIONS to all oth -ra, and ta one of the largest in Kentucky. I will sell, at the same time and place, about 70(1 acres of improve l farming and timber Lund*. Terms, sis. two ve and id hteen months, with six per cent Interest. Personal security ro quired, and iicn retained. C. L. 111LL. Commissioner. GLASGOW, Ky., May 17,1871. JR. POLE?. AUCTIONEER.?FOLEY A BECKEN . EAU'. 11 will sell, without reserve, on Tuesday, June6, at 11 o'clock A. M., the entire Stock and Fixtures of a first class Millinery and Hosiery Establishment, 2,1154 Third ave r.ne, between 113th and llsth streets consisting of two very line silver plated Showcases (one upright), Gems' Furnishing Goods, Ac. TOSF.rH M'GUIRE, AUCTIONF.ER. ?l Notice.?By virtue of an execution to m- directed and delivered, I will expose for sale at public auction, on Men day, the S'.h day o; June 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., at S3 Fulton street, all the right, title and Interest of John Shaw of. In sad to the Stock, Fixtures, Lease and Good Will of said premises which he hud on the both day of May, 1871, or any time afterwards. GEORGE F. C. DOHRENWEND, Marshal. New York, May 29,1871. JAMES CAONEY, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE and Loan Broker, No. Ml Hudson street.?On to-mor row (Tuesday). June 6. 1*71, at No. 238 Wcat Seventeenth street, r.car Eighth avenue, Household Furniture, consist. Ing of mithni-any Sofa Bed. in ha.r cioth ; biack walnut Betl sie.i laud Bureau, Washstand, mahogany fable, mahogany Chairs, In hair cloth ; Hair and Husk Mattresses and Pall lasses; also Kitchen and Dining Furniture. AMES CAONEY, AUCTIONEER. REAL ESTATE AND r. Loan Broker, No. 5.;1 Hudson street. ?This day. at 1?)$ o'clock, balance of Stock and entire Furniture and Fixtures of Jewelry Store99 Eighth avenue, near Fifteenth street:? Assorted Stock. Jeweller's Sale, 0x4 lee'., elegant walnut Side Case, cost #323. near.y new; other -ide und Counter Cases, Counters. Stools, Gas Fixtures, Awnings, Ac. Also some Household Furniture. TACOB BOGART, AUCTIONEER. ej Marshal's sale, this day, Monday, June 5, at 11 o'clock, at 27 Frankfort street. Basement, Bar Counter, Tallies, Cnaire, Pictures, Glass Ware, Refrigerator, Bill urd Table, ,tc. 1*. MoCABE, Marshal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7. at to;* o'clock, at the auction rooms. No. 1 North William slriei, Marshal's sale, the effects of a hotel, Household and Barroom Furniture, Knghph Beer Pump, Liquors, Ac.; Sofas, Tables, ( hairs. Looking Glasses, Ac. J. BAUUH will sell this day, without reserve, com menu ing at 11 o'clock A. M., by order of an execution, a splendid team of Horses, well matched, ami Phaeton: also twelve thoroughbred and excellent family Horses; Wagons, Ba rouches, Kockawavs. Buggies, Harness, Ac., at 128ih street, betwi en Third and Fourth avenues, opposite Burchell A Co.'a livery stables. A. 8111LLIE, City Marshal. ,T M ORRIS WILKIN'S, AUCTIONEER. First class House and Lot, No. 508 Fifth avenue, at auction. E. H. LUIJLOW A CO. will sell at auction, MONDAY, June 5,1871, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Bmadwav (Trinity building). New York, Fifth avenue House and Lot. leasehold, No. 50* Fifth avenue, between Forty-second end Forty-third streets, west side; nouse 25x0 |!.-et, lot 103 feet: lease has 10 years to run; pres ent ground rent $800 per annum and taxes; possession on transfer of the lease; $30,000 may remain on bond anil mort gage If desired. For m..[ s and pcrmi.s apply to the auction eers, No. 2 Pine street, New York. M DOUGHTY, AUCTIONEER. , Bankrupt bale of Jeweller's Stock of lir.e Gold and Sliver Watches, Jewelry, Silver Plated Ware, ?to., on Tuesday. June 6, at ? o'clockprompt, at the sales rooms 70 Nassau street, a large assortment of lino Oold and Silver Watches, Vest chains, plain and engraved Kings, In lots to suit the trade, Fruit Knives, Ejrgia?*e?. Lockets, Charms, Beads, Stiver Plated Ware, Armlets, Ac., being tnc stock of J. Y. Savage, Jr. Sold by order. GEO. O. bTKEK'f,' Assignee In Bankruptcy. "PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?THIS DAY, BY JOHN MOR X TIMBR-4J Kant Br adwav, of 400lots Women's Clothing, Bedding and Other seasonable Goods. Or ler of H. McAl. e can, Second avenue. "MICHARD WALTERS, AUCTIONEKrT it First cl? us Drug Store. Stock nr.d Fixtures. Splendid Soda Water Fountain, will sell on Toes say, June 8, at 11 o'clock, at 718 Broadway, tle stock and lixturea of a l:rst elans Drug Store, consisting of Drugs, I'erfumrry, Fancy Goods, Hollies, Brushes, Glass Cases mar! le top Counters, Soda Water Fountain, Hale, Office Furniture. Ac. Ha e positive. TFICHAKD WALTERS. AUCTIONEER?SEWING MA. I I chines.?Marshal's Sale.?Will sell on Monday, nt 11 o'clock, .it 27 East Broadway. 10 elegant Cabinet Silver l'laieu Wheeler A Wilson's, Grovcr ,| Baker's, Singer's and other Sewin; Machines, In perfect order. C. F. WATTS, Marshal. piCIIARD WALTERS, AUCTIONEER. MARBLE it Slabs, Ac.?Mental's Sale. ?Will sell on Mondav, ai 12 o'clock noon, at No. 525 W est Nineteenth str> el, in the rear. While and Colored Marble Slab* and loose ,M irblo, Ae. JAMES O'HAKA, Marshal. SHERIFF'S BALE.?R. FIELD, AUCTIONEER, WILL O sell thin dsv at II o'clock, at the southeast corner of Paik arenuo snd fwtletl ktreet, a quantity of Ilouf hold Furni ture, consisting of Carpets, Lace Carta Ins, Clocks, Ac,; a'so Hafe. By older MATTHEW T. BKENNAN, Sheriff. J a tilth Dtxnf, Deputy. Q HERMAN, AUCTIONEER. i?. Marshal's sale of Flour, Butter, Sugar, Ac.--On Mon dav, June ft, at II o'clock, at 13 Bowery, barrels extra family Flour, barrels Lard, kens and tubs Buttrr. barrels Sugar, Ac. L. NINDHKOPF, City Marshal. 0 HERMAN, AUCTIONEER.?MARSHAL'S SALE OF ir. Wines. Elinors, A' -On Monday, June ft, at 1 'clock, at 18 Bowery. 7 '-li s. old Bourbon Whiskey, ft casks Brandy, 3 casks Oln. cask" Port and 8berr> Wines, 45 cases Claret and Khlnc Wi .cs, Counter*. Desks, Ac.; also 7 pieces Calilun Matting, 10 p.cces Carp;*. Ac. II. DREHER, City Marshal. Also or. Wednesday, June 7, a targe lot ol Stoves und I In Ware. TiriLLIAM ABBoTT. AUCTIONEER?OFFICE NO. 8 ?V Cily Mall place?Will soil tuts day, at lOkj o'clock, at 37U I'esrl sli'ict, a large uuantlty of Household Furniture, consisting of solid walnut carved Bedsteads, line curled Hair Mattresses, Velvet anil Brusoela Carpels, < ottage Fults, Chairs an.i Tables, a splendid lot of Oilcloth ; also Kitchen Furniture and Utensils ;al?o a quantity of Matting, Ac. tkfM. WITTRBH WILL HELL, Til ROUGH D. V. H. >V BKRTHOLF", Auctioneer, on Mondav, at 2 o'clock, at 454 Canal street, ftOu lots of second band Oilcloth, Matting, Hugs, Brii'sels and Ingrain Carpels, Household Furniture, onice Desks, Oil Pointings, Engravings, Ac. ANTHOLOGY. Adelaide h. lamhekhton, clairvoyant, con . aiilled for even thing. Office, 220 West T weuty-signlh street, hetwceti Hi yenth and Eighth avenues. Madame clara a. alma, dk parm (Clara an TONIA, late at Han Krancisoo), Business ami Medical Clairvoyant Consultations In English, French und German. J,ill) Broadway, opposite Grand Hotel. Madame kohh. medical and hurinesh claik yoyaiit, tells past, present and future; shows likeness ol husband; confidential letter* written. 139 West Furty-ffret street, Broadway and Struiii avenue. AMlJSBSfRXW. UrOOD'S MUSEUM. V? ADMISSION . THIRTY CENTS MONDAY, JUNK 5, OPENING OK THE SUMMER SEASON, The man age m< nt lake pleasure In announcing an engage ment with the world renowned end talented KOX A DENIER PANTOMIME TROUPE, FOX A DENIER PANTOMIME TKO. PR, /> -o In their new ^ I AFTERNOON, r and original I EVENING | | at 'i. I Panlon.imo entt- I at A. I ^ 4 led <s >j> THREE BLIND MICK; Or, TIARLEQI IN TELL-TALE-TIT. THREE Th s troupe has performed with the THREE BLIND greatest sucei Bi In ail tne principal I'-LIND MICE- theatres of the Unite I elates and Canada, MICE. THREE curtaining, as it does, all (be THRUE BLIND attractlre elements of I urlaaque, BLIND MiCK. spectacle, drama, equestrian, MICK. '1HREE and automatic, and is T1IKS-.E BLIND acknowledged by all the BLIND MICE. best entertainment o:' the times. MICE. The pantomime Introduces tne follow.ng first class coin peuy TONY DENNIF.R, the great three-lingered Clown and Comic PantoinimUt. A. W. MA KLIN, the celebrated Harlequin, Ac. LINDA UK RHONA, the beautiful Columbine. MLLE. AURIOL. Danseuse and Pantomimlst. F. 8WITZ, the Teutonic Risible Shaker. G. LE BLANC, Funambulist. C. K. FOX. ' the Author, and only great Pantaloon. ELLE. PAUANI, Premiere Danseuse Asuoluta. Mt LLIK SANDFOKD, the Empress Regent of Bur lesque. MISS ANNIE BOND, Ruriusquo Artist and Dan seuse. IlARltY EVANS, tne groat Oriental Jucrler. L. lit RCHLl K, the well known Pantomimlst. B. J. MCLAUGHLIN AND TOM WILLIAMS Mono. CARON AND HIS THREE TALENTED SONS, JEUNE, CHARLES AND PATOCHE. Mr. TONY DENIER will Introduce his family of WOODEN-HEADED ARTISTS, the great burlesque artists, who will perform all the difficult feats erer attempted by the IIANLON MIDGETS. These ACROBATS art the PERFECTION of MECHANISM, and have been exrresslv Imported hv Mr. DENIER at great ex pense. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, EVERY DAY AT 2 P. M., EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. Everything the same tn the day aa night. THREE BLIND MICE. JXIBLO'S GARDEN.-FIFTH AND LAST WEEK. 1 LAST NIGHTS OF M~R. F. S. CHANFRAU, In his latest and most extraordinary Slice hi, KIT, THE ARKANSAS TRAVELLER. LAST NIGHTS I OF~"KIT" I LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS AND LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS | CHANFRAU. I LAST NIGHTS The most powerful of American dramas, vital with South western spirit and life and brimful of humor. Us dramatic personages are all recognized "characters;" Its scenery matchless in realistic truth and beauty, aud Its many "sensa tional" etfects most exciting and attractive. LAST NIGHTS I OF CHANFRAU I LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS AND LAST NINHTS LAST NIGHTS I "KIT." | LAST NIGHTS FRIDAY-BENEFIT OF MR. F. S. CHANFRAU. SATURDAY?LAST APPEARANCE OF MR. CHANFRAU AND LAST NIGHT OK "KlT." (LAST "KIT" MATINEE. I SATURDAY LAST "KIT" .MATINEE. AFTERNOON I LAST "KIT" MATINEE. | ON MONDAY,- JUNE 12, will be produced the roraautlc musical drama of l'AUL CLIFFORD, in which the celebrated Irish Comedian Mr. JOHN COLLINS will nppear, supported by a full operatic chorus and company. Bowery theatre. CAMPBELL HAS COME. MR. J. C. CAMPBELL, THE GREAT DRAMATIC NEGRO CHARACTER ACTOR, FOR 12 NIGHTS ONLY. Mr. J. McCloskey's celebrated drama of POMP, or 'WAY DOWN SOUTH. NEW SCENES AND NEWLY CONSTRUCTED. Mr. J. C. Campbell in his immense impersonation of l'OMP. hla first appearance here since his triumphant engagement West and south. GREAT PLANTATION SCENES, TERRIFIC STEAMBOAT EXPLOSION. Introduction of a DRAWBRIDGE AND RAILROAD SCENE, the most effective scene which has ever been presented to the public (by permission of Mr. William B. Frelcigh, who is copyright cm nert, tor this occasion onlr. THRILLING DUEL ACROSS A TABLE, DENOUEMENT. Commencing with the FEMALE BARBER. FRIDAY?Benefit of Mr. J. 0. CAMPBELL. STRAW (>OOI)8. OANama iiats. or extra tine quality, for L e.i.e to dealers oul.v by U. BALCA/.AR.ti 3 Plan strict. FOR JAAIa?.. A CIGAR STORK, WITH HTOOkTuoodIhLL AND 4 Clty Awo a* nelforfe t A COOP CHANCE FOR A YOUNG MAN a PTR^T q *&&&?"? - ?fcAHK A^ggjjggj^ScSS Jf^SgSLSLSmh o a ?ock, Mi)n<.;iy, J,?. U9 Mass&astnett room81* ,\N ,' sTABLJ8HED CIOAR store For sale ?8iio?n^Sp: wl!1i bB """' to highest bidder; cash sales over at 187 sfomr.Trict00 opposite d ferric; unusuai cbnoce A ~rf R CHEAP, CORNER LIQUOR STORES stern. :rocPres' Bakeries, Confectioner!'-*, Saloons. cigar . 77 Cedar street. A ~f,OR saoe.-a LOT OF SECOND HAND SAFES ^banged"7 P ; "" ,lTie" an'J ,i/es ou "anJ; safes' . AMERICAN STEAM 8AFE, CO.,JOa Broadway. A GOOD PAYING CIOAR STORE AND SAMI'I F A. a^v -? A ?PH-NDID INVESTMENT.-FOR rale FXCFL. /*- lent Corner Grocery; location unsurpassed ? 'lar'-m '>n*.h radetchat.ee in thousand to mo mVnevT 1'artloXS 22 Chambers street. GhoKOE w. SI.M1.RS' Sto?e Agen?,. A GROCERY STORE, STOCK AND FIXTURES FOR East Fortleth itreet.Wll'10Ut h?U" f,,rn'turo- APP'y *<? 311 A DINING SALOON TOii PALE LOGATTOM a vn i ?pendlt! business stao .' ; 'smart cntornrl.tm. r^r, ' cbaneeto make . fortune. Particular* 2?' Cham^Te giree" CKOROK tV. SI MEKS, Store Agonoy A N IMPORTANT, FIRST CLASS LIQUOR kSTABLTSH Ks1::.?; iss %'pTr/. r.-?,w?f4 tloneer, 14 Bank street, comer Wureriey p ace.' " A UQDni IpU?teiylTee *Dd ,Cna' fa^rai)le; no agent,; a?*?",,x m ??&<*??? /"H)RM;R LIQUOR STORE FOR RALK-IN THE Til I it with T"' 1 the corner on the oa? ?d"of t"vn DRUGSTORE For SALE a VEBT RAR] nnieoe. an '?tci antijr fitted up flore. well stocked and ilo!i;-a cas'i' HiN^VviV^ , a sanif < mukthy, M Barclay street. New York, I )R* C STiiRF. LE'.SK, STOCK VND FIXTURFS . .1"', L'ecrably loo.,ted m Hudson City , now ,|< good business; ? bat gain, apply Immediai -ly. 7 U ,nfc ?* IRELAND, 101 Broadway. IpOR SALE | FIR81 f LAM BAJCRR1 /. i I ttiny "MLoDYACq^'i 7 MnrfayVu"* P?* BAUUA LIQUOR STORE, WITH PIXTtTRM I i EjTOR SALE?A RECTIFVIN'O FSTABLTSHFNT M'Jtti l^^issrc-arrK^as F?S?wi SVS^as :' : ik F' sto.V'atol'Vi'b.r7.' VASS TAILOR BUSINESS, WITH L^DK SALE?SI'.'COND HAND SHOW CA^I'K AWNrun ^awSrt^m>':";/,e"k"' ??"? ""h 'loors^ punttbufdrug j^j?WteS??l'r3S'Sgg & I- hixiH AVKwuh* L OU SAf^K A FIRM CLASS LllJl OR c7() I' I- (7v land 1 J' K?^rrH'V.'r A WHOLESALE AND RETaTl dISTTL bn.in. U a i " c.nn hl,,,lne??, us tlie owner Is In other bu? nrss. A, ,n , , r. ,;aI'F.M,t,:;?i Bowery, New Vork. CHEAP A PAYMa LIQUOR STORM; A ,_ i id chance for un Iriehraan; eliegp rent, long lease Lw 0b'amb?rs ? trtet?* "VtlU' App" ^ K" ,;UK1'KV. ** L^RI lr AND VEGETABLES.?A HOOD OPPORTUNITY ivirtlu^ h?.ir Wn? ''1 ?Hn'e **perlence arid a small capital tbfn ?n the city b" Ud 677 K'sb,b ?wnue;be.t La TEA ^N" COFFER STORK- NOW DOING A flOOD ? 1 rin'u a'""* J "I1 lD r'r,t rl,M "'y'0, App'y to owner -3'1 Hudson street, n the furniture store. ftl nnu w,u' BUV nvs TEA*r lease of~a b.r OS . "pl'ndld Hotel; 30 rooms, elegantly furnished; bar, ofllce and two suits parlors richly decorated; plate mir Zu?'}, *" running order; nothing la buy; in a il-Lo . ; ^ Lno c<"?P?Otlon; rent ?J>12f? a month; sold on arxount or sjekness. Hen owner this day at HOOPER'S .ac tore store, 137 Fulton street, ' MACHINERY . A LARUE NUMBER OF BOILERS ON HAND, NEW tit n lnr ",l8 Apply "> ALEX AN . w.'ntV Boiler Manii'actory, Newburg, N. Y? or WAHIt A K fANTON, bi John street. * ' WOODARD BRAN DUSTER, THREE HORSE ."!*? ^?.n<l han 1 Bnglno, small slide and Hand Lathes, hbaft Ing, Pulb ys, Anvils, Vises, Presses, Piatiorm Scales, ops fldiaMIBM EMhia?r/, Toola, Ac, at tti ti?ayr? ?frMt. amusements. fTTH AVF.NUB THEATRE. U bole Lease*- ami Manager Mr. AUGU8TIN DALY MONDAY EVENING. June 5, BENEFIT OF MISS FANNY DAVENPORT. I Mr K. L. DAVENPORT (for thle occa sion only) at Sir llarcourt; MiaaJULIA OAVLORD (Who will make her debut) as Grace; Mr. W. Davldge, D. 11. llarkiiis, Jami l Lewie, George rarkes, Hurnrtt, | Miaa fanny davenport and uut I NpGlr. Mortimer in the caat. TUESDAY EVENING, JuneD. Benefit of mr. d. u. hark ins. ( Characters by Mr. llarkins, David re, Lewis, Parkes, De Vere, Mnlnlson, Has comb, Browne, Hurnclt, Miaa ? lara Mor ris, Fanny Davenport. Mini Gilbert, Kate I Newton, Kate Clutton, Nellie Mortimer. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, June7. FIRST PRODUCTION on any stage of a Powerful Original Dramatization by Mr. WiLKIK COLLINS and Mr. AUOUST1N DALY, entitled NO NAME. To he given after most elaborate preparation, with new scenery, continues a la mode, costly furniture, and a very Important east, Including Mr. D. H. HaRKISS, W. DAV IUGE, JAMES LEWIS, GEORGE PARKK9, G. F. DE VERE, Messrs. BURNfTT. I1EKKMAN, PIERCE; Miss CLARA MORRIS, Miss FANNY DAVENPORT, Mrs. E. IL GILBERT, M ss KATE NEWTON and others. *,* Box Sueet open 12 days In advance. CN LOBE THEATRE, 728 BROADWAY. X NECK AND NECK. K. T. STETSON In Foster's great drama, NECK AND NECK. THE HANGING SCENE. THE SCAFFOLD. THE RAILROAD. THE ESCAPE. E. T. STETSON. NECK AND NECK. Matinee Wednesday and Saturday. B OOTH'S THEATRE. The Manager begs to announce a LIMITED SUMMER ENGAGEMENT with MR. LAWRENCE BARRETT, who will appear for the tirst time as JAMES HAREBELL, the Poet Hero of Mr. W. G. Wills' beautiful HEART STORY, In four acts, entitled THE MAN O' A) KLIE, which was performed at the Princess' theatre, London, for more than One HUNDRED NIGHTS, and constituted the dramatic eveut of that city In 1887. The play will be produced for the FIRST TIME IN AMERICA ON MONDAY, JUNK 5. AND EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE, with new and appropriate Scenery by Wlthara and Lewis, Dresses by Joyce, Properties by Deuel and assistants, Ac., Ac, The London Sunday Times saidPome parts of this repre sentation stirred the audience to lis very depth. The Londou Morning Post said;?The character is a combi nation of Robert Burns, the Man of Ross and Rip Van Wiukle, with a dash of a female Ophelia. The London Sun said: It was a general triumph of art, Vyhlch called forth a perfect hurricane of applause. The London Era said:?The power ana pathos of the characters continually excited the warmest applause, aud throughout kept the sympathies of the audience fully en listed. The London Glowworm said;?"The Man o' Alrlle" is far the most Important treat of the theatrical season ol the present year. The London Morning Star laid:?"The Man o' Alrlle" completely took us by surprise. James Harebell, the poet hero of the play, reminded us, In the fourth act, of Mr. Jef ferson's Rip Van Wiukle. Can we give much higher praise than that'( Seats secured six days In advance at tha theatre, or at Its branch ticket ofllce, at Ditson A Co.'t music store, 711 Broad way. ________ CENTRAL PARK GARDEN. GRAND SUMMER NIGHTS' CONCERTS. THEODORE THOMAS AND HIS UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA. THIS (MONDAY) EVENING. JUNE o, AT 8. PROGRAMME. 1. March, "Tannhaeuser" Wagner 5. Overture, "King Stephan". Beethoven Waltz, ' Meln Lehenslaulist Llebund Lust" Strauss 4. Fuutasie, "Don Giovanni" Mozart 6. Overture, "Freyschuetz" Weber ?. Scherzo, "Scotch Symphony" Mendelssohn 7. Waltz, "Life Let UsCtierish" Strauss 8. Fantasia, "SicdieiiDe Vespers" Verdi 9. Overture, "Mlgnon" A. Thomas IP. Waltz, "Hydropaten" Gungl 11. Polka, "Anvil" Parlow 12, March, "Persian" Strauss ADMISSION TICKETS, FIFTY CENTS. PRIVATE BOXES, ONE DOLLAR EXTRA. PACKAGES OF 12 TICKETS, FOUR DOLLARS. To he bad at nil the principal music stores uud at Central Purk Garden. PROPRIETORS JOHN KOCH k BROS. TERRACE OARDKN. Ftrtvetghth street, between Lexington and Third uv*. JULLIEN'S GRAND CONCERTS A^U th Ks DKTE. EVERY TUESDAY and PRIDA1!, ut 8 o'clock, St) cunts. Everv SUNDAY, from & to 11 o'clock. 26cents. Packages'of 12 tickets, $4, to be had at all the principal mtts.c stores and at Terrace Garden. A'^IMSW mm. Mr DAN BRYANT hag tlie honor to announce that he will take hig ANNUAL. BENEFIT aa above. It will also be the las', night of the present season ot Bryant's Minstrel*. Mr. Bryant will on thigoccasiou ap pear tin white Tnce^m FAV()RlTfc. TRISH PARTS. in Bouctcault'a OOLLERN^VwN ; Or, THE BRIDES OF GARRYOWEN, and as DANNY THR BARON. The follOwlngmsTlNotJIgl| ED ART1ST8 HAVE KINDLY TENDERED THEIR AID:? Ml.. LAURA KEENE, Ml.. IONEBURKtC Madame PONISl. L1",a,M oRX, Mvn ' Mr MAllK SMITH. Mr. W. It. FLOYD. Mr OWEN MARLOWE. Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON, Mr THEO. Hamilton: Mr. i>an bryant. air. at".urtaNTs MINSTRELS will offer an attractive selection of _ hinging, dancing and minstrelsy. Box book open at Bryant'. Opera Houac, where ticket, and private boxe^an be .eomwd.,? gth JUNK. TcaDEMY OK MUSIC, BROOKLYN. JX ANNUAL BENEFIT of MRS. F. B. CONWAY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1871. HONEYMOON AND ROB ROY, in which the Eminent Tragedian, Mr. E. L. DAVKNl'OllT, together wih Mrs. r. B. CONWAY, Mis* MINNIE CONWAY, MrMr" E WV' Mr. IS, LAnl D| Mr. F. CHIPPENDALE. Mr. JOHN CLARK. Miss LOUISE HAWTHORNE, Mr. EUGENE CLARK, and a boat of other, will aopear. TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, JUNE 5. AFTERNOON AND EVENING. BENEFIT OF FRANK KERNS. On which occasion the following talented Artists will appear: JOHNNY ALLEN, NELSE SEIMOUK, LITTLE MAC, J. W. M'ANDREWS, HUOHEY DOUGHERTY, J' M" "ARD> MOE AND GOODRICH, PADDY McOOWaN. M1CKEY VTA RREN, HARRY STANWOOD, BILLY CARTER.,, LILLY REEVES, MASTER EDDIE. REMEMBER, MONDAY, JUNE 6. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. AFROFITABLF. BITTERS AND LIQUOR MANUFAO titrins bustnes*. ton vears established, through sickness, can be bought, up to 6th Jure, for value of .lock and fixtures. LLOYD'S, 2h Broadway, first floor. A FIRST RATE OPENING FOR COAL AND WOOD Business, already established, la Morrlsanla ; Fixtures, Ac., to let, sell or exchange. Also desirable Lot.. All In glowing neighborhood. _ . II. D. JARVES 70 Wall .treet. New dork. A BARGAIN.?MUST BE SOLD, A GOOD PAYING cash Grocerv and T. a Store, with How, Wagon and three years' Lca.e, nt a low rent. Apply to Will IMA N, with Henry Welsh, corner Washington and Irauklln sts. A RARE CIIANCE ONE OF THE BEST U1GAR J\ Mores on West street for sale. Apply at "e? V> est street, corner of Canal. AN INTERVIEW SOLICITED with a reliable man wanting buslne.j (and only auchl, who will Invest ?6,li00, when lully assured by tnvesilgatlon that a positive fortune en be easily and honorably accumulated, joriuu v.. ^ c JEKpE^t No 9 Bleecker street. TTvoU WANT SOMETHING TO DO? CAM. ON OR , ; write to R. A. AD AMS, 112 South Fifth avenue. Busi ness substantially agree ible. No risk. ? T.IOR SALE?IN YONKERS, A FIRST CLASS FAMILY Win** ?nd Liquor Store: bent In town; low rent. Address DISTILLER, box 475 Post office, Vonkera, N. Y. I NOR PALE-A TWO-THIRDS PARTNER'S SHARE, ' worth tkl.WU, In a well paying Bed Hair Business, worth S 1,000: Is In g od running order, withicltv and eoun.ry trnds. Address P. rl., Herald office, till J o clock Thursday. Partner wanted-in a first class estab llaticd restaurant, best location on Broadway, now doing a line I usine.s. an energetic business man only, with best refer en cee an^ ^,000 In cash need answer; to such one half Interest wul be given : there arc no encumbrances on the business, which will hear strict mTestlyaUon Aopiy to O. <;. i.i.sNNLi, Ho.? Platitrwtifrom 11101 ocioc*. a TtARTNEU WANTED - A T.ADY, WITH SOME MEANS, 1 to superintend and take full charge!? .'"m^'uoT house a short distance In the country. Address J. M., llur aid office. _ dh 4 f\l\ WILL BUY A PROFITABLE MANtJFACTITK o 100 log business; article nsetnl in ewy family at'd sells at sight. For particulars call on MOODI A G., no. Murray sireet, room 23. TO SI.000. A TARTY WITH THIS AMOUNT, $?' >00 who . an leave the city, can ha'?tJ'l\07j,",',?llV0 jioailton. Call at 662 Hudson street, from ? till 1 o clock. AAA -PARTNER WOULD BP. AOCBPTKP AS SZ.OOU. cashier In money making enterpilse at y.rltniia Soring*; B60,fl00 profits this summer sure: no pos SUfffi! PAp% M >06 West Twenty difth street, up stairs. INSTRUCTION. ssstes,?sr. a d1e?* d^partmont. ___ ? ? a T THOMPSONS OOliLROR. 20 FOURTH AVKNUL# A5SS2m cS4* In.tlt&.-Bookkeylng, WsdUng. Arithmetic, Bhorthiind, English, Uerman. ^nch, Rpvdsh. Private lemons day and evening. Ladies' department. Telegraphy practically taught. - 7 _mF.N. WOMEN, BOYS AND OIRLB LFARN A. Telegraphing?B2U. THOMPSON'S Telegraphic Instl KSJ'iai.'UR.'iaW sarAdStts.wssar' ... AMUSEWSNTH^ CNRAND OPERA HOUSE. Twenty-third street and Eighth avenue. JAKES FISK, Jit Proprietor Tlllh MONDAY. JUNE 6. AND" EVERY EVENING AT 8, AND SATU KDAY MATINEE AT S. THIRD WEEK OP THE LONDONl PARIS AND NEW YORK PANTOMIME COMPANY. THE THREE HUNCHBACKS. CROWDED HOUSES. SUCCESS UNDOUBTED. TRICKS, TRAPS, FUN, FROLIC, JUKES, PASTIMES. NEW CHANGES, NEW SO'JIBS, NEW PINS, NEW FOLLIES, HARLEQUIN, CLOWN. PANTALOON. uulDa' ABBOTT, Clown. Skaters. JMK and GOODRICH. BALLKi', SONUS, and LEVY, the world renowned Cornet Soloist. MONDAY?First appearance of the popular characterizer the GREAT HARLE1GH, In hi* original tonga aud magic ohanges, wherein he effects an entire change of cottume front head to foot In from bye to seven seconds. WT ALLAC K'S. ?T Proprietor and Manager... M R. LESTER WALLACE ENTHUIASlTC APPLAUSE I CROWDED HOUSES EVERY NIGI1TI KOSEDALK. Tlilt drama will form the present attraottou of the SUM MER SEASON, which commences MONDAY, JUNE 6, NEW AN l> EXQUISITE SCENERY. NEW MUSIC, NEW APPOINTMENTS. NEW AND CORRECT DRESSES AND I N1FOBM3. Novel effects and an UNEQUALLED DISTRIBUTION. Meter*. LESTER WALLACE, JOHN GILBERT, JT. n. STODDART. It. T. RINGGOLD, CHAS. ROCK WELL, HOLLAND, LEONARD; MetdaniM CLARA JENNINGS, EFFIE GKKMON, EMILY MESTAYKR, ANNIE DELAND, JOHN SEFTON, B LAIS DELL, NELLIE lll'KD aod other*. ROSEDALK KOSEDALK R03EDALB EVERY NIGHT. QLYMPIC THEATRE. The Management have great pleasure In announcing the engagement for a limited number of nlghtt with the great Emotional Actreas LUCILLE WESTERN, who will appear supported by Mr. J. A. HERNE and a powerful Company, on MONDAY EVENING, June 5. and also on every evening during the week. In her great dual Impersonation* of Lady Isabel and Madame Vine, EAST LYNNS, or the ELOPEMENT. First East Lynne Matinee, Wednesday, June7, at 2 o'clock. Beeond East Lvnne Matinee, Saturday, June 111, at 3 o'clock. During the briet engagement ot Miss Western she will ap pear in several of her most powerful Impersonations. Seats secured tlx days In advance. NEWCOMB A ARLINGTON'S MINSTRELS. Twenty-eighth street Opera House, corner Broadway. LAST WKRK OF THE SEASON. 9th Regiment Band. FRIDAY, "Girl with the Coal Waller Bray's JUNE Black Hair." Corkograpns. NINTH, Hammond's Solo. Surprise Party. BENEFIT The Liar. Stanwood's Banjo. OF Randall's Nose. Market Day. W. H. Percy's Ballad. Reopen Sept. 4. RICE. Reopen Sept. 4. RYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD STREET, B between Sixth and Seventh avenues, near Booth's Theatre. LAST THREE Nil.UTS OF THE PRESENT SEASON, Mondav, June 6, Tuesday, the 6th and Wednesday the 7th. Jfc LAST 3 NIGHTS. 1 LAST I LAST 3 NIGHTS. LAST 3 NIGHTS. | 3 LAST S NIGHTS. LAST 8 NIGHTS. I NIGHTS. LAST 8 NIGHTS. DAN BRYANT, NKLSE SEYMOUR. DAVE REED. LITTLE MAO, J. \V. MoANDRF.WS, W. H. BRUCE WAT. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE8, the annual benefit of MR. DAN BRYANT, at the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, FOURTEENTH STREET, AND THE LAST NIGHT OF THE PRESENT SEASON 7f '? 745 745 < 4:0 7? 745 74$ 745 DR. KAHN's MAG.MF1CENT MUSEUM, 743 745 . 745 746 745?BROADWAY*?715, 74$ 745 745 745 opposite Aetor place. 74a 745 74J 745 745 745 CI ERMANIA AT IRVING HALL. T GERMAN LA, TUESDAY AND EVERY EVENING. GERMANIA. The beautiful Moving Panorama, GERMANIA. viith Dloramio EU'ects of the GERM AN I A. Franeo-Germaiifc War, GERMANIA. with HIntone Illustrations and Rec.tatloae GERMAN IA. by the celebrated Elocutionist, GERMANIA. Mr. W. U. POPE. GERMANIA. Musical Director, Mr. DONN STEIN. GERMANIA. Ticket* 2S cents, Reserved Seats 60 cunts. Liberil arrangements made with schools on application to L. F. HARRISON, Business Manager. Look, look, look. Grand opening of the Alhambra, 1,184 Broadway, up ?lairs, up stairs, up stairs, on Tuesday evening, June 6, 1871. '1 lie only rival to tun grand Alhambra. London. Hie publlo are tuTited to our riehiv furnished premises. Don't forget the opening night, Tuesday evening, June 6,1871. "/-TOD IS A SPIRIT"?SACRED QUARTET, FROM VT Benuctt's "Woman of Samaria," tuna with great an ?lause at Handel and Haydn Festival, 40c.; also, 'What la ,ite ?" song, by Hatton, 4l>c.: "1 Must Leave Thee, Bonulo Kate," Abt., COc., Ac. 1)1 RON A Cl>? 7U Broadway. Prospect park fair ground association. SPRING MEETING. LEVY, the celebrated Cornet Soloist will perform every day, assisted bv Col. Fish's famous Ninth Regiment Band. <d J HLrt U' Its If 1 L*V U..nArlnlAn.1anl GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. PIANOFORTES. AN ELEGANT OCTAVE SUPERIOR TONED rosewood Pianoforte, used five months, eost $700, for $800; Stool, Coyer, Music Stand; also Parlor Suite, rosewood an ! walnut, style Grand Duchess, 14 pieces, cost $1.00J. for $5*10; Bedroom Suits, rosewood anu walnut; Toilet Seta, Mattresses. Carpels, Paintings, Bronzes, Mirrors, Dinner and Tea Sols, all at less than ball cost. Can be seen this day, or Monday, at residence 120 West Twenty-third street, neat Sixth ayenue. -HAINES BROTHERS' celebrated 1'lanos. First cla?n in every respect ful a warranted. Satisfaction guaranteed or no sale. At prices which cannot fail to suit those In search of ft piano. Warerooras, wholesale and retail, No. 27 Union square. A -PIANOS TO RUNT, FOR CITY OR COUNTRY? . I. Fine new and second hand Pianos very low for cash of on mouihly instalments; best bargains given. T. H. BERRY A CO., 789 Broadway. A LARGE STOCK OF PIANOS, BEST MAKERS, TO rent or sell cheap; runt allowed on purchase. Call at M. M. MKRKl-.LL'S, No. 8 Union square (185 Fourth avenue ) A MAGNIFICENT 71a OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO forte, grand scale, made or ler celebrated maker; fully guaranteed ; used 6 months ; cost $750, for $275. Also Draw ing Room Suit, Pompadour style; Etageres, Cabin, is, Paint ings, Bronzes, Chamber, Dining Furniture; a sacllloe; pro perty family leaving city. 38 West Fifteenth street, near Fifth avenue. AFK.ll TIFUL ROSEWOOD PIANO. ONLY $150 Elegant Stolnway Pianoforte, round corners, carved legs, overstrung oass, every improvement; bargain fur cash. J. BJDDLE, 18 Amity street, near broad way. A ?ELEGANT ROSEWOOD PIANO?IKON FRAME, ,1. Ac.; $l.u. Also, seven octave; carvod legs, agraffe, Ac., at a very great sacrifice. PEEK A FOX, 146 Bleecker street. AT SCHROEDKR'S PIANO WARHROOM, 111 FOURTH avenue, next Clnrendod Hotel.?Square and Upright Pianos for hire at reduced prices; for .-ale in Instalments; cheap for cash. A LADY WILL FELL, FOR LESS THAN $100, A handsome Pianoforte, Stool and Cover; modern sty!? and Improvements; perfect order; sweet, powerful tone. '.8 Third street, near Second avenue. A BRILLIANT TONED ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, JV by CelebratedcltJ maker, $78; m-'gnlll -rnt 7 'a octave, full Iron plate, carved icgs an 1 case, warranted for live years, rheau for cash, at priva.c residence lllf West Twenty-sixth street, Sixth avenue. 1.JIANOS, MELODEOSS AND OROANS-OF NF.W AND beautifu. stylus, of different makers, at lower prices tor cash or monthly instalments, or fur rent, at WATERS', 481 Broadway, than can be found elsewhere. TJIANOFORTE?A MAGNIFICENT INSTRUMENT, .1 ros'uvoo.l c.ise, 7?g octave. cost $8*4), for less than half cost; Stool, Cover and Music Cabinet, K. ROTH'S House hold Goods Salesrooms, ,">u lileecker str ci, near Broadway. PIANOFORTE, NEARLY NEW, PARLOR SUITS, Paintings, Bronzes, Murorg, Curtains, Chamber, Dining Room Furniture, Ac., for rale at great sacrifice. Private re sidence It! Tentu rtrect, between University place and Fifth avenue. Rosewood : o itavk piano, $m?; magnificent N 7 octave, having carved legs, nvcratruug bass, agraffe and nil latest Improvements; great bargain. JAMES GORDON, lfi Bleecier street, near Macriongal. l?Orn -SI'LENDID NEW 7 AND 7M OCTAVE ROSB ?)J.?)U. wood Pianos, latestlmprovemeuts, from $250 up Pianos to rent. c. LUDKE, 45 Second avenue. *? tTfWT FOR FIRST CLASS PIANOS. -s'^NT O! trial No agent*. Circulars mailed frea. United Mates Piano Company, 846 Broadway, New York. MUSICAL. t CARD. ? V Schools In the rltv and country may obtain excellent in tn.etors lor all branches oi Music and Modern Languaiiea, ihurcbes first elass Singers, by applying *t'he - W YORK CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, NKit lues wenooTaiwi.1 YhAJDHthr 120 BROADWAY, near Twelfth street- NEW YORK. BROOKLYN BR'ANCH. 18 (NEW NO. 108) COURT ST.. near State, BROOKLYN. I YOIJNG GENTLEMAN FROM VIENNA. WELL V qualified to teach tnutic, French and Ufrmftti, li ue?ir )? of giving ICRion*; would prefer a ?ituatlori In the conn y. AdUiein U. 0., Herald office. A MERICAN CONSF.RVATORY OF MUSIC, 64 Union p.ace, new fo. 211 Fourth avenue. For particulars apply to F. SOU ROLLER, Director. t MERICAN MUSICAL AGENCY. 211 FOURTH AVK j\ nue, nest to Clarendon Hotel?Competent organists* singers teschers of music can he obtained l,y applying to H. ?Of!BOEDER, Director, American Oooservatoiy. AN ITALIAN TENOR SINGER, FROM ITALIAN Opera, teaches piano and singing at $6 per month luring the summer season, at 117 West I wcnty-seventls Itrcet, near 8lxlh avenue. 10 to 6. MITY BAND.-FIKST CLASS MUSIC FURNISHED ALL i. ) oecaslons. AUGUSTUS I11L, Leader, residence 188 'hryslle street, between KLIngtnn and De aneey. Mason a Hamlin organ oo., manufacturers of CABINET ORGANS, Warnrootns 51*8 Mn _ _ Broadway, New York.?The Organs made liv this company are acknow ledged to he the beet in the world, having a European as well as American reputation: prices, fixed and Invariable, $M. $85, $1(41, $125, $15(1, $175, $h)il to $tiji, and upwards; iunft (rated catalogues free. Organs to real, or sold Cor rnoatbl| or quarterly payments.