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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 12,707. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1871.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS* AMUSF.MENTS-Ni.Nru PAOE-Fourth, fifth and tilth col Dm lit. ASTROLOGY-Ninth Page- Third column. BILL! AKP8?FlEbT Paub?Fifth columu. _ BOARD AND LODGING WANTED-SeoOND PAOl Bc-ond column. _ . BOARDERS WANTED?Seoond PAOE-F1r?t and second columut. . . BROOKLYN BOARD?8X00X9 PAGE-Facond column BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR bALE?Twelfth PAUE?Fifth column. . _ _ .. . BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Ninth Page?Fourth col BUSINESS NOTICES-Seventh Page-SIxIU column. CITY HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Twelfth PAOE-PIfth column. _ ? CLERKS AND BALE8MEN?Twelfth Page?Second eoliimn. gLOTHINO- Ninth Page?Fifth column. _ OAC'.MKN AND GARDENERS?TWELFTH PAGE? Second and third columns. COAL AND WOOD Ninth'. age?Third column. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Ninth Page?Third column. COUNTRY BOARD -Second Page?Second and third ooltunna. DANCING ACADEMIES?Ninth Page?Fourth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED?Ninth Pauk?Flrtt column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Ninth pAGK-becond and third columut. EUROPE?Ninth Page?Fourth column. EXCURSIONS? Ninth Page?Third column. FINANCIAL- Fixer 1'auk?Mfto columu. FOR BALK?Sfoonii Pagf?Fourth column. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Ninth 1'agk?Flrsi and second oolumnt. FURNITURE?Second Pagf?Sixth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Twelfth Page?Fourth column. HELP WANT ED-MALES-Twelfth Page?Third and fourth columnt. HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Eleventh Page?Sixth column, and Twelfth Page?First column. HORSES, CARRIAGES, Ac.?First Page?Second, third, fourth and fifth columnt. HOTELS? Second 1'age?Second column. INSTRUCTION?Twelfth Page?Fourth column. LOAN OFFICES?Fibst Page?Sixth column. LOST AND FOUND?Fir.fiT Page Flrtt column. MACHINERY-Second Page?Fourth column. NAKBLE MANTELS-Ninth Page?Sixth column. MEDICAL?twelfth Page?Fourth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth PAGE Fifth and tlxtn columut. MISCELLANEOUS?Twelfth Page?Fourth column. MUSICAL -Ninth Page?Sixth column. PERSONAL? Fntsr Page--Flratcolumn. PIANOFORTES?Ninth Page?Sixth column. POST OFFICE NOTICE-FIRST PAGK-Ftfth oolumn. PROPOSALS?Fikiit Pagf.?Sixth column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?TWELFTH 1'aOK? Fifth and tlxth columns. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE-Twelfth Page?Sixth columu. REAL ESTATE WANTED?Twklfth Page?Sixth column. fKMOVALS? Ninth Page- Third column. EWAKD8?First Pag*?First column. SALEb AT AUCTION?Second I'AGK?Fifth and tlxth columnt. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Eleventh Page? Flrtt, tocond, third, fourth, fifth and atxth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Twelfth 1'age?Flrtt and second columrs. SPECIAL NOTICES - Fibst Page?First and second col umns. 8PORTINU?DOQS, BIRDS, Ac. First PAGK-S?cond column. STRAW GOODS?First Page?Fifth column. SUMMER RESORTS-Second Page?Third and fourth col umns. THE TRADES?Twelfth I'aok?Fourth column. THE TURF? FrnfiT Pagk?Brcond column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES-Ninth Paoe First column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Ninth PAOE-TUird column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET Nintu Page?Second column. WANTED TO Pi: RCIIA8E?First Page?Fifth column. WATCHES. JEWELRY, do.?Ninth PAOE-Tbtrd column. WINES, HOUOItS, AC.?Ninth Page-Third column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, Ac.?Fibbt Page? Fifth column. HERALD BRANCH OFFICE-CP TOWN. J^DVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT BRANCH"OFFICE, 1,346 BROADWAY, THREE DOORS ABOVE THIRTY-FIR8T STREET. ADVERTISEMENTS ABE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. TILL 8 P. M. EVERY DAy7n~ THE YEAR AT OFFICE BATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND. FEHSOXAL. LL DAY?CALL HOTEL AT TWO. OR LEAVE L Wednesday. Gel letter*. EVERY DAY. CORTLANPT STREET FERRY. SATURDAY. JUNE 8, about 4 P. M. - Lady In stilped silk, bad dark hair and beautiful gray eyes?I crossed three times in some boat with You. Permit me to form your acquaintance. Address W. CAMPBELL, Herald office. Mention circumstances to pre vent mistake. CAPTAIN- I MUST SEE YOU, ONLY FOR ONE Mo ment. Call to-night JULIA, ?F MINNIE HOWARD, OF CHARLESTON, H. 0., IS IN the city, she can bear something greatly to her advantage ' addressing 1IARRV, bos 4,878 Post office. JAMES J. HaNLON-HEND ADDRESS TO E. U. MAD DEN, Brooklyn, N. Y. 8. R., 130 28. -PLEASE SEND PACKAGE OF LET ters you have for 8. Mouilrte to 111 West Tblrty-flrst st" HI DEAR, WHAT CAN THE MATTER BE, ? so long at thd Fair? Onl. PEACHES E-?MEET ME TO-DAY, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. or 3 o'clock P. M., earn-place. PEAKS H. Returned from Niagara, leaving on batuii day for home. Call as Iefore. PENNSYLVANIA. SAMBO HAS RETURNED AND WOULD LIKE TO SEE Nelly. Will be at tho comer of Elrbth avenue and the old etreet every day this week, al > P. it. THOMAS' CONCERT-CARD R. W. OF M.?TAKE PRI vatc bos In theatre. WILL THE OKNTI-KMEN WHO WERE DRIVING T? pair black horses on afternoon of Monday, October 14, 18711, behind a yellow wheeled wagon, which wits broken bv a collision, and who came back to apeak to the driver, pleaet- send address to box 83 New York Post office t LOST ANI> FOUND. Found-in a fifth avenue stage, on batur dny last, a Parasol. The owner enn have It by sending description to box 77 Post office, Astoria. TTORSP. LOST.?A BAY HORSE STRAYED FROM XJ stable Sun-lay nicht. A liberal reward wlil be paid for Information that will lead to his recovery. Applv at A. MARKET'S stable, coiner Lexington avenue and Tweuty fourth alrcet. LOST-DRAFT NO. 1,84b, DRAWN BY ADAMS A GOOD WILLIE on American National Bank for $838 3": Draft On Jay Cooke A Co., drawn by M. L. De Courser fur $3J 93; Check on City National llnnk of Boston fur $74 12, drawn by II. M. Clarke A Co. Payment on tin- above has been stopped and the finder wlil confer a favor on tho subscribe r t y re turning them to 46 Leonard alraet. CONVERSE, WHITOOMB A CO. LOST-SATl RDAV EVENING, IN A THIRD AVENUE car, or In Hnwi-ry, near Fourth street, a small leather Card Care coiilaln'rg several notes and due biha and some failroad tickets. The fln-lrr will be anltal ly rewardeJ by leaving the same at KIKL1) A CO.'S, No. 8 Maiden lane. LOST-ON SAT RDAY NIGHT, MAY 27, A BLACK and Tan Dog: had on a collar marked "Frank." A liberal reward will b- paid for bis return to 13'J East Tweutv * !lr?;U. MTlBtll I08T-0N MONDAY, JUNE 8, ABOUT 9 A. M , A J Porkeibook, ronta nlng IJ84 98, In going from the cor ner of llotislon lind W inhlngton to Houston and Hudson sir- ets. The tinder will do a Christian act by returning it to the owner, who will he lonnd at 328 West Houston street, cor hi" of Washington. The loser Is a old nam. In distressed cir cumstances. this bevlng been all the money that he had. STRAYED-FKOM 843 EAST NINETEENTH STREET, Sunduy evening, black and tan I>oj; re t leather collar; named "Jaek." A liberal reward will be paid for his return MWABP#, _ REWARD. LOST, ON JUNE 3, A PAIR OF GOLD Spectacles. Any uersoo lOlurning them to 49 Farrow Ireel will receive the above reward. AOfk RE WARD.-LOST, ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, qlul; a atnnll Malacca Cane, with gold head. The finder Will rteeire the above reward and no questions naked, by leaving H at 28 Wi-at Eleventh street, between Broadway and University place. Ainil REWARD. -LOST, ON SATURDAY EVBNINO, ipo"' about II o'olock. wblle riding In a Broadway car from Central Park In Fourteenth street, a Diamond Stud. The Under will receive the above reward end no questions asked by leaving It with J. A W. MtllR, 81ft Hu.laou street. Alar REWARD.?LOST, A GOLD REPEATER ?PJ??i) Watch, maker's name, Jules Jurgensen, Copen hagen ; No. B.friK- The above reward wUI be paid hy redlin ing the same to W. B. LEECH, 78 Pine street, and no ques tion* asked. ft I REWARD.?LOST, ON SEVENTEENTH STREET, ?Mt)U near Union square, a small Black and Tan Terrier, With a red velvet collar, answering to the nam* of Snip. The above wll be pnld on returning him to 234 Waal Thirty-fourth stroeL No questions asks I. Jjt)AD REWARD WILL BE PAID. AND NO QCKS tin IB naked, for the recovery of the Artlrlea taken 4rom room No. 8 Lenox House, on Monday, l?th Inst. Address P., 84 Smith street. 1~kKTKOTlVES.?ONLY EXPERIENCED OPERATIVES J t furnished by OOX A KING, aucci aaora to Wnrrin.B hlp rle A Co., 72 Broadway. Refer to the leading tmalneae houaee ? to ahll-ly, standing and responsibility. Branch offices In Chicago and St. Louis. Correspondents In all the prloelpa cities and Europe. MPKt'IAl, NOTIUFS. A-A-PEMON8 WHO ARE INSURED IN GOOD . life Insurance companies, and who do not desire to surrender their poltob a hy ail absolute sale, can borrow the ?urtender value of their policies by applying al Inauranca Agency, 87 Liberty street A. A.?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS. , KENTUCKY 8TATK LOTTERIES. gVNTttogV- FXtkA CLASS HO. Rbft Jbf. g 6, 1871. 18. 8, 18, Ml. *t. 48, 37 , 70, 33, 34, 89, 47. 13, 14, 74. AI.AltAMA-MTRA ?<-*?? JJO. aan-SVNK 8, 1871. 60, 81, M. 74. 88. 8". 86, I, 70, 49. A, 88. PAHVOAB-OI.AM ISO. 388-dONn ft, 1871. 88, 19, 45, 20, 42, 57. 1 48, 86, ftft. 88, 8. KkNTUOk V?01.A8* NO. ahS?JCN g 8, 1871. 78. M, 4. 70, 24, 9, 16, 48. 8ft, 46, ft4, M. SIMMONS A CO., Manager*, Covington, Ky. X CLUTK. Broker, 298 Broadway i hoi 4JM9 l ost office. SPECIAL NOTICES. A -A.-WILMINGTON LOTTERY. . EXTRA SIM-ELEMENTARY. OLAMS 169? DRAWN AT 12 II., JUNK 6, 1871. 86. 16, <6, 64, 1, 69, 67, 7, 76, 2, 62, 67. oi.asb 470-pkawn at 5 r. m., junk 6, 1871. 17, 61, 48, 46, 86, 16. 38, 68, 69. 72, 26, 41. LVTHY A CO., Broken, 240 Greenwich street. IIOTTLKD LAGKR REER OK THE VERY BEST > quality.?Imported Vienna Ilesr, per dozen, $1 60L Imported Bavarian Beer, per dozen, $2 60. Also Milwaukee Beer, per dozen, ill 60; Newark Beer, per dozen, $1, (or family use and shipping. HoLLENDElt A CO., 241 Broadway, opposite City Hall Park. CTLUB OK FOUR.?MEETING POSTPONKDJUNTIL WED J nesday, 2 E. M. Secretary and ireasurer wanted. VICE PRESIDENT. JOSEPH HATER, BROKER, 194 BROADWAY, DP stairs, room No. 4. Notice-l'ARTAtias cigars to the public. It having come to my knowledge that many cigars manufactured In the United Status sre put up under my brand, '-Flor de Tabacus," this is to give notice that here after all genuine cigars or my manufacture will have oa each box a design representing an upright showcase of cigars, with my name upou It In various places, which design has been duly palenlrd at Washington, D. O., as my trade mark. Any person counterfeiting the same will be prosecuted. The public are cautioned against purchasing clgare repre sented as my manufacture unless the above trade mark Is on each box, as all others are counterfeit. JOSE PARTAGAB. Havana, Isla de Cuba, May 6,1671. New tork historical socikty.-a stated meeting will be held at the library on Tuesday evening, June f, at 8 o'clock. James Paiton Esq., will read a paper on "The Pilgrim Fathers as Men of Business." OFFICE OK BOARD OF EXCISE, 299 MULBERRY street, New York, June, 18,'l. EXCISE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the penalties of the lew will be promptly enforced against all persons who, after the 16t1i of June Inst., shall he found selling liquors, wines, nice or beer Without a license from this Board. By order of the board. JOHN II. WILLIAMS, President. JAMXB O'N'fil, Chief Cierk. Ofllce nouns from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. dally. OLD SILK, CASSIMKRE AND FELT HATS MADE over Into the ui-w style. Panama hats oleuoea and trimmed, at JOHNSON'S, 1,266 Broadway, corner of l'hlrty ttrst i.tieel. R OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OK CUBA.-MAY 80, 18,644 drew .41100,0110 gold. Kentucky, class 866, No*. 76, 22, 4 drew $ 20,000. All orders promptly attended to and circulars sent by addiesslng BALKY A CO., old established office, 174 Broadway. STAMMERING, ST A M M hi (.IN O, STAMMERING positively and permanently cured by Drs. MANN A COLVIN. 12 Waverley plncc, luto of Astor House. No pay until cur* effected. Beat of references furnished of persons that w? hnvo cured In Jersey City, Newark and Patersun, New Jeiscy, Brooklyn er.d this city, on application at our office, In person or by letter. SPO1ATXJ40-PO?H, BIRDjS cVC. FRANCIS BUTLER, MO. 3 PECK SLIP. HAS AI&THM choice breeds of Dogs. Butler's Infallible Mange Cure and Flea Exterminator, 7.1c.; Butler's new work, $2. Dogs boarded, trainad, Ac. Medicines for all diseases. THE TURB. Gi1 ^ nnn 1N premiumb._prg8peot park JMO.UUU FAIR GROUNDS. SPRING MEETING ooraitiencing TUESDAY, JUNK 6. Purse No 1. For borees that have never beaten three minutes. $760.?$400 to first, $260 to second, Si'io to third. Daniel llunly enters rn. m. Lady Emma. > L. W. Rav euters g. g. Lightning. Dell Sainmli enters cli. ut. FTatbuah Maio C. It. Colyer enters blk. ni. Eveline. ? J. Whlis a Co. enter br. a. Edwin Booth. M. Rodeo enters a g. Fioctwood. O. A. Ilickok enters b. g. Dunderberg. II. W. Howe euters b. m. Sarah Jane. R. Doble enters b. g. G. W. Jarvis. P. Ma nee enters br. a W. H Allen. M. P. Gulden enters s. m. I'olly Guden. Belli. Mace enters br. g. Hank. Daniel Pflffrr enters g. g. Lottery. O. N. Ferguson enters b. m. Bright Eyes. J. J. Bo wen euters c. m. Sea Foam. SAME DAY. Purse No. 2. $7,0001'or horse* thai have never beateo 2:26. $1,200 to t. rat, $t>00 to second, $200 to third. Daniel Ptltlar cutera blk. a. Charles E. Loew. O. A. lllckok enters b. m. Wniarn girl. D. A. Creamer enters t> a. H. W. Genet. B. Doble outer* *. m Mol. F. J. Nodlue enter* a. m. Kelle Strickland. Benj. Mace enter* b. g. Con .deuce. Joliu Murphy enter* h. g. J. J. Hradley. 'Thomas S. Carpenter enter* a. in. Nonesuch. E. C. White enter* b. g. Ed. White. SECOND DA\, WEDNESDAY, JUNK 7. Purae No. 4. $2,11)0 for borers that hare never beaten 2:89. $1,200 to Itrai, TftfiO to second, $200 to third. Dell Samiuis enter* ch. in. Bashaw Maid. A. Patterson enter* b. m. Lady Hushes, l'arker A Bhaonna* eule.- br. in. Ladv Agusta. M. Ro.ien enter* a. g. Prince. O. A tilrkok enter* w. g. Mrdoc, J. Lorett enter* t. ni. New Berlin Olrl. Hiram Woodruff enters br. *. Msmbrtno Prince. Thomas K. Carpenter enters br. s. Tbomaa Jefferson. J. j. Bowen enters b. ft. Sheppar.l Knapp. SA.MK DAY. Purse No &. $1,000 for horses that hare never beaten 2.84. $660 to first, $800 to s*cond. $100 to third, and $60 to fourth. T. C. Barden enters b. f. Comet. O J. M. Whltaen enter* s. g. O'arrance. James Pougrey enter* br. m. Fanny Lambert. M. Rodcn enters ch. ni. Purity. B. Doble enters br. m. La lllotide. J. Lorett enters b. m. Lady Boss. II. W. Howe enters blk. in. Belle Merrell J. Mttrphr enters h. m. Lady Sears. O. W. hmallr enters blk. s. Othello, formerly Biack Crook, fc. C. White enter* ch. m. Fanny Fern. Charles Cbamplaln enters*, g. Lewis Baker, formerly Billy Burn*. J. J. Bowen enters b. ro. Jennie. THIRD DAY-THURSDAY, Jl'NF. 8. Purse No. K. $4,nut). Free for all horse*. $2,000 to lint, $1,000 to secoii'l, $60C to third, and $4c0 to fourth. W. U. Doble enter* b. m. Lucy. B. Doble i nter* b. m. (loidgmith Maid, B. Daniels enters b. ui. American (llrl. Char'.M Charaplaln eutrrs^br. j.Qto. Palmer. Purse No. 7. $,"68 for burses that bare never beaten 3:40. $450 to first, $2o0 to second, $100 to tblro. G. P. Carpenter enters g. c. Marshall. Dantal Dunly enters r. g. Thomas Jefferson. C. R. Colynr enters bl'k m. Eveline. M. Ro len enters s. tr. Fleetwood. H. W. Howe enter* l>. in. Sarah Jane. J. Lovett enters br. g. Young Bruno. P. Manee enters b. g. Newton. J. Murpbv enters b. in. Lady Mttrpby. Daniel t'fdTer enters g. g. Lottery. Brewster K. Burr enters b. g. Heathen Chinee. A. 11. Lewis, Jr., enlrra s. g. Major Burt. fc. Toby enter* *. m. Kusle J. J. Bowen enter* g. in. Sea Foam. 61. Conklin enters hl'k in. Kate Dnn-y. FOURTH DAY, FRIDAY. Jl NK 9TU. I'urse No. 8. Ik'JdXki lor double teams. $1,201 to f.rst; $fitHi to seeond; $200 to third. John Lovr-tt enters h.'k g. Monitor and bl'k g. Black llsrry. W. L. Simmons enters s. at. II juest Allen and br. sU Ccoige Wilkes. 11. S. Russell euteis hl'k g. Darkness and bl'k m. Jessie SAME DAY. Turse No. 9. $1,700 for horsee that have never beaten 2:31. T 1,0110 to lirtt, $500 to second, $200 to third. . II. Whltsen eaters s. g.t Olareance. Georcu Freeman enter* blk. in. Lady Weller, formerly Lady Wheeler. W J. L. Anderson enter* b. g. O. W. Patterson. M. linden enter* br. g. J. H. Coleman. O. A. lllckok entrrs *. *. Kuno. formerly St. Elmo. II. W. Ilowe enters br. m. I.adv Wells. Benjamin Mace rulers h. m. Lydfa Tbotnpson. R. Loom,? enters s. g. Cllmal. Benjamin Dnrilels enters b. m. Topsy. J. Murphy enters b. Charley lirecn. CI. P. Carpenter enter* g. in. Belle of Toronto. C. S. lirecn enters s. ui. Kosa Goliluil. M. Hood in enters s. g. Harry D. Charles Ohamplln enter* b. s. Mack. W. H Woodruff enter* h. g Dew Drop. J. J. Bowen enters a q Boys', John. The shore race* to hi mho heals, best S in 5, to hsrnoss, exci pt No. 8, and will be governed hy the roles of ihe Na tional Association -* horse (balancing the field will recel?e the entire premium. Trotting to commence each day ?l 8 o'clock P. M., good day and tiack. If necessary lo postpone a race on account of weather notice will be gir.-n by raiclng a flagon City Hall, Brooklyn, and ihe New Yoik Hotel. New York , also by (lacarda at the Catharine and Fnllon ferrlea. New York side, at 12 o'clock M. Two secilona of seat* in the Grand Stand nearest to Club House will be reserved for ladle* and gentlemen acrntnpnny Ingllirm. The Ninth Regiment Hand (Colonel Fiak'a) have been engaveil for the nieeilug. . Admission ?Grand Stand and Horn# Stretch, $t #n, or $6 for the Meeting. Flout One Dollar Coney Island cars leave Fuliou lerry every t.va in nudes for the grounds. MARTIN KALBFLEIM.II, l'rsahisi;t. F. (). Ufan, Secretary. MERD AN J'KIKKY ( LI B. Spring Meeting, 1871, at Jeroma Park, June 10, 13 15 and 17. Tickets and Quarter stretch Badges msy be ohtalned at the box office, Wallark's theatre ; Brewster's, corner Flflb ave nue and Fourteenth *tie?i, and ihe entrance to the course. Race* commence aacli day punctually at 2)* o'clock. U. WntAiLT, Secretary. A. HhLMuNT, President. American jockey club. TTTTTTT Member* are notified that they mint exhibit their badge* at the Club entrance ou race days. To avoid disappointment badges should be obtained before th? races, at lbs olhce of the (Tub, MadWon avenue and Twenlvsevemti street. By order of the Es.co.iv. CommlHee^ ^TtT( ^ P~~ROSPKt;T PARK FAIR OROt ND ASSOCIATION. SPRING MEETING. Seaion ttckels can he obtained *t (be Hodman Hon**, New York llotei, C. F. Lawrence, fil South street, New York; J. C. force's Shades, 1 larreponl street; Conkiln'* drugstore, corner of Fialbneh avenue and Warren street, Brooklyn, and alto at Hall's and Tunison'a Hotel, Coney Itlsud road. Tick sis $5 each. GEORGE W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. ROSPECT TARK FAIR OROURD ASSOCIATION. SPRING MEETING. LEVY, the celebrated Cornet Soloist, will perform **crv day .assisted hy Colonel Flak's famous Ninth Regiment Band. GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. T~0 THP, RACER AT PROSPECT PARK FAIR Grounds, L. I., on June 8, J, II and 9.?Take the Coney Island and Brooklyn Railroad bnr*e car*, from Fulton ferry (north aide? Brooklyn, via Jay and Smllh street*. nORSKRy CAKJIIAHWy ?C* A"~ T AUCTION, ON TUESDAY. JUNK fl.AT 11 O'CLOCK. ON THE PREMISES OF MR. WILLIAM JOHNSON. FIFTIETH STREET, BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND FOURTH AVENUES, ADJOINING LADIES' STATE HOSPITAL, a large stock ol Horses, Cows, Calve*, Wagons, Carriage* and Hai nets Consistim In part of one fast an t hand*.una b ack Horse; van trot very fast, and wairanied sound and kind; on* roan Horse; very stylish and gam* ; can Irot In 2:40; warranted sound and kind; also one Express Wagon, on* Rnckaway; three seta Harness; also 12 of the heat milch Cow* In the country, ?lx Halves. This stock has been pro nounced by nil who bnv* seen them lo be the fintst In the Stain. Only rnnson ol selling Is the owner having to remove too far away to remove tb?m. Thl* *vock must be ***n to b* appreciated. Sal* positive. without limit restriction or re ?ervauoim JEnAiNR A DUFF, AuclleoMrn. IK'RSEM, t AKItlMJKM. iVp. At the auction house of JOHNSTON * VAN TASSKLL, Otbcc and salesroom SJ Nassau street, opposite the I'oil olllce. HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUtrTION MART. 110, 112 AN1) 114 EAST 1STH ST., NEAR 4TII AV. REGULAR RALE OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES EVERY TL'ESUAY AND FRIDAY. 24 to 48 liuur* given purchaser* to teat warrantees. CATALOG I E OF SALE TJ1IS DAY ('I UE8DAV), AT 12 O'CLOCK. OWNERS' DESCRIPTION. PAIR FAST, STYLISH AND HIGHBRED MAKES, bay and chestnut; full long mane* auu tails; bar aorrrl by Daniel Webater; cliestnnt by Harkaway, by Imported Hark away. both out of thoroughbred marra, la1., handa, 7 and 8 years, can trot hi three minutes; can be driven by a lady, fear nothing; warranted sound, kind and true. ELEGANT COt PELKT, l'arla model, made by Wood Brothers, In perfect order. TEAM VERY STYLISH KENTUCKY dark bay Horses, half brothers; long, mil manes and tails; 15:!i bands, 8 years; are line roadsters, a lirsl class team ; wairanted sound, kind and true. KGUIl SEAT BASKET PHAETON, In perfect order. BRIGHT BAY TEAM very stylish carriage horses; full manes and tails, 16 hands. 7 and 8years; lrotln3:3U; war ranted sound, kind and true; together tvlth Barouche, city made, nearly new, aud double Barnes*. KINK BLACK HORSE, long mare and tail, sired bjr Mor ftan trotter Dr. Kane; raised in hroorae county, N. \ .; 151* lands. 7 rears; vety stylish ; trots close to H minutes; kind and true tvery wav; also OPEN ("OA L BOX WAGON. ' PONY TURNOUT. BEAUTIFUL HAY PGN* HORSE, long mane and tall, 13 hnnds, ti years; stylish ; trots fast | lady can drive or rldn bint; afraid of nothing; warranted sound, kind and true, together with NO TOP BASKET PHAETON, FIRST CLAStJ MAKER, AND SET HARNESS. BAY I'GNV, 14'i bands, in f,ne condition ; kind and gentle; also PONY PHAETON and SET I.OWDBN HARNESS YKRY STYLISH BROWN MARK, lone mane and tail, 16 hands, 8 years; trots in 3 80; a line family or road horse ; warranted sound, kind and true, together with TOP WAGON. In order, aud set Single Harness, .to. CHESTNUT TROTTING IIORSK, sired by ETHAN AL LEN, out of thoroughbred mare. l&Jj hands, 8 years, raised lu Oneida county; CAN TROT IN 2:40; warranted sound, kind and true, FART TROTTING BAY STALLION JANIU8, sired by Hynlor's horse, ho hy Itvalyk's llamhieloman, li'i>$ hands, 6 years, raised In C?nntet10tu;CAN TROT IN 150; neyerbe.cn trained; is a very promising colt; warranted sound, kind and true. BRIGHT BAY SADDLE M ARE, 16 hands, 9 years, very stylish; boon used In all harness, one of the luiest saddle horses In the city. DARK HAY' M ARE, 16 liaDi.g, 6 years, very stylish, fine traveller;excellent for business or family use; waiianted sound, kind and true. VERY FINK BAY IJAMRLETONIAN MAKE, ISM hnnds. 8 years; kind and true every way ; trotte I In public In 2:39 and 2:4i; can trot r.uy clay In 2 :4o; fears nothing; has great bottom ; superior gent eman's roadster. KOKKKL PliNY STALLION, Uambletotilan stock, full msnr and tall, 14)3 hands, 4 years; very stylish ; fast travel ler; fears nothing; perfectly docile; warranted sound, kind aud true. RLKGANT DAPPLE GRAY HORSE, full mane and tall. 15!? hands, 7 years; stylish; good traveller; warranted sotted, kind and true. VERY HANDSOME DARK BROWN ITOR3E, 15V hands, 5 years ; fast, stylish traveller; a I rat class family horse in even respect; warrants I sound, kind and true. ItT. \OK MARE, Black Hawk slock, 15 hands. Id years; stylish driver; kind and true in all harm ss and fast travel ler. DARK BAY HORSE, 15J* hands, 7 years; good traveller; warranted sound, kind and true. HAY M A RE, I5M hands, 10 years; goo I worker; w arranted sound, kind snd true. LIGH r DOUBLE TRUCK. BAY lloltSK, lfilo bands, 10 yearn; kind and true. SEVERAL OTHER HORSES: description time of sale. SEVERAL sets fine DOUBLE AND SINGLE Harness, top and no tup Wagons and Pony Pensions, Depot and Busi ness Wagons. Kockaways. Blankets, Robes, Whips, Ac. WEATHER NEVER INTERFERES W ITH OUR BALKS. AT AUCTION THIS DAV, AT 13 O'CLOCK, hy JOHNSTON A VAN TASSP.Lb, at their HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART, 110, 112 and 114 F.ukI thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue, A FINK AND FAST TEAM OF HIGH BRED MAKES, 7 and 8 years old, 15.8 hands; trot together In 3 minutes; warranted sound, kind and true. For full description see catalogue or Johnston A Van Tssrell's sale this day under this head, to which attention Is also called for particulars of their sa>e of Any family, road and business Horses. Arch, johnston, auctioneer. Oltice 37 Nassau street, opposite Post olllce. By JOHNSTON A VAN TASSKLL, 110, 112 and 114 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue. Regular sale of Horses and Carriages THIS DAY (TUES DAY I, at 13 o'clock. For full description see under bead of Horses and Car riages. N. B.- Weather never Inter feres with our sales. AT 61 liberty BTKEET.?CLOSING out for cash, dim i 'arr1:i/'f?s and H*mrM, of reliable make anil fine fin lab ; some very great bargains In Bung e?, Pony l'baetoni, Kockawuys, Juggcis ami Kuan \\ agons. ___ JOHNSTON A VAN TAssELl., 58 Liberty street. A SPECIAL AND PEREMPTORY SALE BY AUCTION. un Wednesday (tomorrow), June 7. at stable No. 48 dreat Jones street, at IUJ?'? prompt, bv JOHN L. VANuE WATEIt, Auctioneer, Oue line Pair; one splendid black coupe Home; one thoroughbred samile Home, two fast Trnttrra; one flne, gen tle family Animal, together with lino four wheeled Dog t art, with gun case, Ac., to perbcl order; one tine Hrawetcr Road Wairun, one act uf coach <>r phaeton 1!aniens , lino aet of ilgbt double Harness, by Dunaromb; also two tine acta of tingle Harnesa, Kngllab ruling Saddle, Ac. Handsome, line styled and Closely matched pair of bay Mares, about ISX bigh, six and seven years old, are stylish, free nuil easy drivers, fear no looomotivo and have no vices ; they are a gentleman'. Beam In every respect, and arc perfect pictures and nets, they are bigb brad and can trot m three minutes with slack reins, and are warranted sound and kind. Superior line large jet black coupe or family Horse, Id bigh, 8 years old; one of the finest horses in ths city for style, elrg.mo * and action; has oo vlcea; Una traveller; war ranted sound and kind. Thoroughbred Kentuckv bay Saddle Horse, 1#V high, 7 years old ; on- of the lincst sad tiers lu the city ; has all gaits; warranted sound and kind. Kin- blood bay Trolling Horse, 15)e high. 7 years old, flne style, symmetry and gait; can trot in 2:50 wttb style and ease; Is superior gentleman's roadster; warranted sound and kind. Also the handsome dark roan Trotting Horse Juno, I5ld high, 6 years old ; a perfect road horse; can beat 2:45 ; war ranted sound and kind. Also the Wagon, Hanu rs. Ac.. mentioned above, alt being the property of two prtva'.e gentlemen, who are going abroad for an mdeilnlie period, anif close out all their stock. Full fiartlculars, Ac., at tale. Positive, without restriction or Units. Stock It first class. Can he seen and examined any time prior to sale at stable and particulars ascertained. * - MAJOR C. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER.- OREAT it, special and peremptory sale of sixteen of the llnest llorxet ever offered at public auction, tuts dar, at 10 o'clock prompt, at the stables. 215 West Fortv-hrst street, connlstlug of an elegant au1 closely matched pair of brown coach Humes, 10 hands, 0 years old; sound and prompt drivers. li.iiisonie pair of bay Mares. ICH high, II years old ; can trot batter than three minutes ; sound and kind. Highbred pair of brown Holdings, 15,Vf high, 7 years; can trot In 2 '4o, sound end k - rid. Elegant pair of hav Marcs, 15)f high, 8 years old ; can trot In Sly ; found and kind. Also six very e cgaiit and extra combined saddle and har ness Horses; go ail galls, all very handsome. Also handsome hay coupe Horse, sound and kind. Also a fust Brown Cabling; can trot in 2:4li;sound and kind. Thrse horses were brought here from Kentucky by Robert Scott, Esi|? well known throughout the country for his selec tion of line horses. They will be positively sold without re serve. No postponement on account of weather. IT PUBLIC AUCTION?ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, j\ at I) o'clock sharp, si \MI Broadway, near Ferty-flrst street, for account of Error W. Palrchlld or all whom It may concern, a closely matched Team of gray Marcs, 14 hands high, 6 and 7 vests old; long, flowing manes and Talis; superior foi ladles' or c.hlldiaii's use; hare no vice or tricks; ore free, pleasant and easy drivers; great roadi te s; can trot together In It Jo and faster single, and are warranted sound, kind and true In ad respects. Also ons set double Harness, one pall Bbeeti. Can lie seen any tims previous to ?ale. hale absolute and unrcse'ved. JENKINS A DUFF, Auctioneers. AT BANKER A HAMLIN'S CITY AUCTION MART AND N. Y. TATTF.Rfl.tI.LN, corner RROADWAV AND THIRTY-NINTH STRLKT, BARKER A HAMLIN, AUCTHINKERS. Regnfhr sales of Iluises. Carriages, Ac., ?vers WEDNESDAY and,SATURDAY. CFNTI.RMEN'R Citrate Establishments disposed of at public oi private sale to lbs best advantage, and a general assortment of Horses, Carriages, llano as and everything in the horse line, to tub the nesds of all clashes of purcuasera, rohsianllr on baud, til TSIDK SALES solicited and promptly attended to. Liberal advances made nu everyth.ng id the llorse line. A?WALDBP.RO stud. AT PUBLIC AUCTION. MAJOR V. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. ' Orrnt smc, without reserve or postponement on account of weather, of thnronghhred irott n? Stallions, Colts, Mares wltn foals and Kill!e?. nt WaMle-g, near llnicistraw, Kocklsnd county, N. Y.. on Friday, June 9, at l.V, o'clock M.; pro perly of Hon. A. II. Conger. CMalocnee, with particulars as to trains and boats, can oe obtained nt MARKER A HAM LIN'S City Aitellnn Mart aud New York Tatlersalls, corner of Broadway and Thlrly-nlntli street. i FOUR SECOND HAND COACHES, t six seat J\ , Phaetons, one Barouche, one Doff ' ?rt, by Stivers; top Pony and Paik Phaetons, Depo', J agger ami Express Wagons: Roekawsvs ni ailstvles; also 11' second hand top and' open Winona by Dusennury A V and user, Sitters and ul her good mskcrs, Sheen, BUnkds. Wirs, Harness of all kinds, ?l low prices, nt the. EMPIRE CITY REPOSITORY, '.0 to 22 Wcostsr street. A -PONY BASKET PHAETON, WITH AND WITH . out i umbiea; Top aud Open W-g ins. Kockawavs, Depot Wagons, Ac., new and second hand; llsruess. suit able for all purposes, *U up: l.sp Itubee, Blankets, Sheets, Ai: . at Ihs cheap siand, l,SB9 and 1.401 Broadway, near Koriy-firft street, Lll IEE A TURNER. A?CAR III AO E WAREROOM, 141 WEST BROAD . way. MX seat Korkaw nys, Park and pony Pbaeinns, lop and open Buggies, em re?s soil business Wagons, leather top Buggies. $l5u. 141 West Hmadway. A?ELEGANT DOCi CAKT, COST *1.2011 roR 4.160. . A. C anu platform spring Brett, cost 51,700. for }750. A.?Wag-net. cost *8UU, lur $41X1. Seasonable Carriages, Landaus, Landaulets. Ladles' Phaeton* So percent less loan Broadway stores. IlAM, Fourth street, near Broadway. A -THE CARRIAGE OF TIIF. PERIOD. . A varh IT of seasoitanie Carriages in ml the newest and most approved styles; Ol.irencc* Landaus, Coupes snrl Lan dai.leties, Rucknwsys nn.l Buggies, Pony Phaetons In va riety, with and without tors. A. S. FLANDRAU, ( artiage Builder, Ko. 7 East Eighteenth street, near Fifth a, enue. a ?ROAD TURNOUT; YOUNG BAY MAKE, ROAD J\ . Wagon, Harness, everything complete, us good as new ; will be sold cheap. Address 11 HNOLT, Herald office. A -A NUMBER OF SECOND HAND YElllCLEfl. A. , Several top and read Wagons, b\ Brewster A t'o,, of Broome street, and other grind makers, al prices from EHHI upwards. Four-seal Kocksivays, t14l) to 9450. Victorias, $SJ0 to $5Wi. A Klmbsll Sundown Wagon, used hut litre, coil $4Wi, will be soul at 9250 Bsrouche, *?u. Also Clar ences. Cout rs, English Landau, used bill once?all al lew figures. A. S. FLANDRAU. Carriage Builder. No. 7 East Eighteenth street. AN BLEOANT PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT CON listing of a superb span of bay earrings Horses, lull lfl hands, only 7 years old; will he wni ranted in every particu lar; believed to be as line a snun as eon be found In this City. Also an elegant Harness, made to order by Campbell, and a Coupe by M ood Bros. Can he seen al any time at the private stable M East Thirty-third strteb HORSBN, C'ARRMUKH, dtC. ALBERT,PARK AND POKY PI1ABTONS, KOI R SIX seat and coupe Rnckan ?vi, Buggies, road and depot Wagons, line Hajueaa specialty ), llrewstcr Buggy, with I'o.e. HICKS, 600 Broadway. A LOT OF TOP AND OPKN BUGGIES, EXPRESS, Grocery anil light business Wagooa, and a aecond hand Coupe for tale cheap. 348 Weil Twenty-seventh street, be tween Eighth and Nluth aveuues. A -THE PRETTIEST PAIR OF PONIES IN TOR ? State of New \ ork for sale?52 Inchea high, kind, anuml and aniart; nice under the aaddie, aold together or aingly; alao s'ngle and double Harness and u aprlng Phaeton; all new and Ural clean. Inquire at No. 7 Murray atreet, room No. 1. A FIRST CLASS SADDLE HORSE, BAY, THORODOH bred, I6.S, r thla aprlng ; pedigree and aoundneaa guaran teed. Apply to JOSl PH TOWN LEY, Boulerard Stablea, corner I fftleth atreet and Seventh avenue. AT ArcTIO.N THIS DAY, Tl RSDAT. JUNE 8? the premises of Wui. Jolinaon, Fiftieth atreet, between Lexington and Fourth avenues, adjoining the Ladles' State Hospital, at 11 o'clock, a line, last and handsome roan Ethan Allen Colt; lie Is 15V. banda high, a veari old, long mane and tall; naa line notion, very powerful y galled, well broken; can trot In 2:4.Y or better, and extra Dole norse; great powera of endurance, and with proper care and handling will trot well down in the twenties: he lias just got well of distem per, and le warranted sound and kind in all reepects. A HANDSOME BAT PATCIIEN HORSE, 16 HANDS; can trot In three minutes ; perfectly sound and gentle; easy driver; for sale cheap. Apply to FLEMING), 467 Seventh avenue. AT A NOMINAL RENT-A GENTLEMAN DESIRES TO rent Ills private Stab'e, all modem Improvements, on East Twenty-eighth street, near Madison avenue; must be rented at once. WILLIAM TUCKER, 220 I'llth av., above Twenty-sixth St. A COVERED LIGHT EXPRESS WAGON TO BE SOLD cheap for want of use, at WHITE'S livery stable, 10 East Nlneteentu street. c Brewster, of twenty-fifth street, near Third avenue. The following second band Carriages, in good order, for gale low:? One elx-passenger Phaeton. One lonr-passencer Phaeton. One brett, on ''0" springs, one six-; aaaenger Rockaway. Several no top Road WagonB. Bargains in harness, sheets, robes, whips. Saddles. Bridles, Fly Nets, Ac.; great aarrlticea for next SO days. JOHNSTON A VAN TA88KLL, 6k Liberty street. tlORHETT & CO., 123, 124 AND 126 WEST TWENTY ) tilth street?Otter tfco following second baud Carriages:? A Landau, by Wood Bros. A Curtain Conch, by J. R. Lawrence. A four seated Phucton, as good as new. Two Kookaways and a number of vsry desirable second hand Wagons. * ARRIAOK8?I.AROK ASSORTMENT OFFERED, LOW ext manufacturers' prices, comprising extension and half top Phaeton*, Rockaways, Victoria*, Depots, Buggies, Busi ness Wagons and Pony Phaeton* and Harness. H. H. WITTY A CO., 10 Nevlns street, Brooklyn. CNOUPE OR DOG CART HORSE FOR BALE- ALSO J four wheeled l)og Cart, lor one or two horses, made by Wood Brothers; also Handsome Coupe Harness, made by Campbell. The horse is 8 years old, 16)4 hands high, bright bay; sound, kind and very liandaome. Will eel I together or separately. Apply at BRADLEY A CO.'S stables, No. 8 Eaat Thirty-Hi st strooi. Dark bay horses 16 hands; stylish pair; quick steppers, In Mingle or double harness; without fault or blrmltin; pleasant drivers. Apply to FLEMING, 467 seventh avenue. FOR SALE?A BROWN HORSE, 17 HANDS HIGH, heavy built; suitable for cart or truck; warranted sound and kind; also half-spring Cart and Harness; sold separately or together. Apply lor three davs at 83 Stanton street. IPO* SALE-ONE SECOND HAND BAROCCHE. TWO r second hand Coaches, In good order; also three low orloed Horses. Apply at ARMOUR'S stables, Nos. 6 and 8 Seventh avenue. r)R SALE-BRUT, MADE BY JOHN R. LAWRENCE A Co., In perfect order; price $8(H). Can bo seen at J. WILSON'S stables, 17 East Tenth street. For sale-a ib-hand stylish road horse, Wagon, Harness, Ac.; can travel In about 8 minutes; will be sold cheap, as gentleman n going to Europe. Can be ?men at MILKS' staoles, Nineteenth street, between Filth and Sixth avenue*. FOR SALE-A (iENTLEMAN'S HORSE, ROCKAWAY and top Wagon; have been used but one season and Is as good as new: hm so as atyliah as any in the city, and when la condition can irot lu three minutes or better. Wtll be sold singly and at an Immense sacrifice. A. H. POLIIKMUS, 104 Division avenue, Williamsburg. FOR RALE-PONY BOLT BAY MORRE, 15 MANOR hlgb, s ? yean old; lit for any light business; prloa M25; wsrrunted In every respect. To be seen at 138 West Eighteenth street. FOP SALE?MORSE, BUOGY, HARNESS, Ao.-TUE owner Is about going to Europe and desires to dispose or tb*. whole Apply at stable northeast corner of Seventh avenue and Thirty-seventh street, or to M. L1TTMAN, 'M West Thirty sixth street. f^OR RALE-ONE OOOD HACK COACH, WITH patent- whorls; will be sold cheap; also one new Phae ton, at 25> West Ihlrty-llrst street, near Eighth avenue. For rale-an imported thoroughbred bad die Horse of Arabian slock ; one of the handsomest ani mals In Ibis rlty and perfectly trained for either grutleman or lair; sold tor want of use. Kor particulars address W. BKETIIERTON, Veterinary Surgeon, iXli Broome street. For ralb-vrry cheap, one horre, iax bands; sound and kind; also one Trnek and Harness; suitable for any light or heavy business; price 1(140. The whole lot at Ifi Canal street. yoR SALE?CALECHE, IN NICE ORDER, WOOD F Urolhors'make; will be so d cheap. IIKTRICK'S Sta ble, Thirtieth street, near Slxlb avenue. For rale-a handsome bay mare, clay stock. A years old, 15.2 high ; excellent to the pol* ; war ran led perfectly sound and kind; hat never been trained, nnd promises to be very fast. Address WALTON, Herald office. F'OR RALE-A RPLENDID JET BLACK MARE, SIX years old, 15 hands high ; would suit s lady's phaeton ; la a good road horse; can trot In three minutes sure; war ranted sound and kind. Will sell cheap for cash or trade tor Liquor in bond. Call on or address 1IAKKY HILL, x6 East Houston street. Fi)R SALE?A BEAUTIFUL BAY ETHAN ALLEN Horse. 15)4 hands high, 6 yesrs old; perfectly broken to ? iiui o?". iir/y iinutin siigaisy w jr.iis ? wiu * j" ii ^*.s i,? uiua' u ity saddle and harness; sound and kind. Applr at stable No*. 4 and 6 East Twenty eighth street, near Firth avriino. For sale-at (8 walker street, near bkoad wsy. a four-seat Dog Ctrl, ucarly new, wuh pole and shafts complete. FV>R BALE-ONE OPEN BRETT; HAR BE FN USED bu*. a ii wtlmes; cost $1,8511; will be sold very low. In quire at 148 West 'Iblrty-mnth street. | For rale-a very handsome horse, broken to saddle and harness, 1514 hands high, 6years old; sold only on account of size. Call at U KEN NAN'S stables, Fevciuh avenna and Thiriy-sevenll^streel, or atMEARES', Sixth avenue and Nineteenth streOT* T7>OR SALK-A VERY SUPERIOR BROWN MARE, COM F lag 8 years, 15.3; sire old llambltloufan, dam Henry Clay ; cannot ha exceeded for style or beauty ; large flowing mane and toll, very gentle, a lady can drive bar; promises speed; I hate owned her since two years old. P. CAIN, 831 East Thirty-fifth street, between First and Second avs. tpoR RALE CHEAP, CIIKAP-A HANPSOMh MERSEN ger Horse, i right hay, 8 years old, 15Vi hauds high; sound and gentle for a lady to drive; can trot close tod min utes or 1"> miles within the hour. Apply at 123 Bowery, iicsr Orand street. If.oR SALE CHEAP-A FINE HORSE; BAY, LONO mane and tail; 1514 hands; sound, kind, fast an I very stylish; a'lo Wagon and Harness. Inquire of RKoVVI _ BATES, West Thirty-nliilb street, one door from the corner of Broadway. F'OK RALE CUEAP-A FULL TOP TWO SEAT FAM lly Phaclon, Hrcwst r make, with pole and shafts, in good order. Apply at stable 55 First street. B'OR SALE FOR WANT OF USB-A GOOD WORK Horse, suitable for any kin I of work. Apply at 25 War ren street. First class top and open bcogier and road Wagons, from best makers, slightly soiled (shop worn), si tfliKl each less than the usual price. MANIFAC Tl KEKri UNION KKPOSHTOKY, 638 Broadway. nORRES WANTED.-ANY PERRON HAVING A PAIR of gentle, stylish Horses (black pr< fcrred), wuh llnr uoi>* an-i a six-seat Kockswsy or other similar Vehicle. In first rate condition, that the? sr.'wining to eel at less than hslf their value, trny hear of a cash purchaser by address ing hot 8,"13 New York Post office, stating price, Ac. Harness of every description, Strg.c, 1S to $I2:>; Double, 4'AI to #400. Hiding Saddles, Bridies, W nine. Sheets, Robes, Blankets, Brushes, Sponges, Ac., Ac. THE TRADES' MANUKAi TURING COMPANY, 10 College place, near corner Murray street. JUMP SEAT BUi.OIKB, FIVE DIFFERENT 8TYLE8; shilling lop Depot Wagons, e'x different styles; cut un.b-r Rockswsrs an ' cut under Depot and Passenger t'nrry ills, every style. MAN I FACTC REUS' UNION, tire Broadway. LADIES' PONY PHAETONS.?IMMENSE STOCK AND oally recelvinc; every stvlc now in use, at reduced trices; several slight y soiled Carriages, at Manufacinrers' nlon Repository, 8.11 Broadway. PONY FOR SALE 12 HANDS HIGH ; FLOWING MANE and tall; a perfect beauty; bsi been ridden by a young miss fot the past three years; is warranted safe and reliable for Ihe must Itmld or Invalid child; also a Stiver's H >ad Wagon, in good order. Apply at 3SU Third arenne. >ONT ESTABLISHMENT FOR RALE?THE PROP eity of a deceased young lady ; pony Is a perfect beauty, long, flowing mune and lall; 8 y< are old. 1.1)4 hands; war ranted ennn<t and klr.d; free from vice; teriectly safe for lady or child In city or country. Alio Baskrt Pbarton, Irorn one of the best city makers; but lille used. Also gold nu tinted llariieee, Sheet and Lap Rote-. This is the > neat turnout in the country. Apply at private stable. 161 East Twenty-eighth street. ? SECOND HAND TOP BUGGY, THREE OPEN LUG pics. Business Wagon, I'ark Phaeton, Brett, in goo I or der, at bargain*. New Carriage. Evtrv n asonsb'e style, reduced pneee. Manufacturers' Union. ti!M Broadway. rro BE BOLD-A PAIR OF VI RY HANI SOME BAY 1 llor*es, 15)? hands htrh, with black points, long tails and tnanes. ti rears old . can trot to the pole melon ot thiee m notes; will n? sold s.ngly ur together; also qu et In single harness: warranted sound, klud and true, snd cati be driven by a Isdr ; also a very handsome dapple grey Horse, 16 hands high, 6 years old; fli for a gentleman's coupe or any other purpose; also warranted sound, kind and true. To be seen at '<2 Amity street. VRRY OOOD HKCOND HAND FULL SPRING ROAD y Wsgnu, Brews.cr, Broome struct, maker; fine order; cheap, ai*o two ecu il?h: Single Uaraess. by Glosou. Pri vate stable, rear M> Clinton piece, MARTIN. HORSES, OAUHIAUKM, *r. J WANTKD-A CHEAP, FA8T PACINO HORSE OR Pony. Address, with price. W. YOU.NU, 11)4 Oosrck ?t. w ANTED?A SECOND HAND CARRYALL, TO SEAT 12, for excursion* nt a watering placa. RUFUS K. MntlAKO. 81 Cedar street. Notary and Commissioner for every State anil Territory. WANTED TO PURCHASE OOOD, SUBSTANTIAL Coal Carta, for Immediate uae. None but those who bare new or llrit olaxs, well repaired secoud hand carta neeJ apply at 8ft Wail atreet, room No. 2. WANTED, TO HIRE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS?A atylleh llrat claaa Victoria; nniat he In the beat condi tion. Aden em M. M., box 161 llcrald l ptown Branch office, 1,216 Broadway. y Q ?GOOD FARM OR WORK MARK, 8 YEARS OLD, , . 19X bands. blocky made, been used t<> express; came tolling, loaa of work. 218 Watt Tblrty-liral atreet, in rear. dhQpr ?A BAY HORSE, 16 HANDS HIOH. 7 YEARS iJjOt). old; a little tore forward. SID.?A new Coal Cart; to be eold for want of uae at 73 Vandaiu street <frl (IK -PAST PACING HOR8K, BEAT 2.80: X1ROWN ?P 1 A*'. Mere, #86 ; One l'ony Mare , bamltomo Bar Horae, 6 years. 731 Washington atieet This stuck moat bo sold; no bualneaa. $400 FOR llANnSOMK Bf'AC* HAWK MARE?7 rears old. Wagon and Horses; sold on account of owner going to Europe, ami trola ineldn 3 minutes; war ranted every way. Apply at 108 Liberty street FINANCIAL.. AT ONOE._#2,0<in, $;t,7R0, *6.000, #8.000 AND LARGER amounts to Invent immediately on Mortgage of ap proved Real Estate; no bonus; mortgages cashed. POTTER BROTHERS, Nos. 1 and 6 Warren street A LARGE FUSD OP #200,000 JUST PAID IN A Which will be loaned on New York and Brooklyn Real Estate, and will buy Mortgages. Address ATTORNEY, bo* 819 New York Post ofllce. Agency ok the town of west farms. The underslgnrd, Supervisor of the town ol West Farms hereby certifies that he nos a special deposit In the National Cltliene' Bank, In tue city of New York, of all moneys raised to pay the principal and Interest on the bonds of said town of Weet Farms, and the undersigned further give* notice that the principal and Interest of said bonds will be paid at the aid time when tbc-y are severally due, as aforesaid, at the said National Citizens' Hank in the city of New York. CUARLES W. BATHGATE, Supervisor. Dated May, 187 r? A A.?MONEY TO BUY FIRST AND SECOND MORT , gages, In large or small nmounts. Address PROMPTI TUDE, box 110 Herald offloe. jpiOR SALE?TfIN PER CENT CITY AND COUNTY jl Bonds, first class securities, below par; alio Insurance and Bank Stocks, City Railroad Stocks and Bonds and an extensive variety of First Mo tgage Railroad 7 and 8 per cent gol l Bonds, for safe and profitable Investment, all at low rates, for sale by ALBERT H. NICOLAY, Block Rroker and Auctioneer, 18 Pine street, New Y'ork. N. B Stocks and Bonds not dealt In at the New York Block Exchange Board a specialty with this house for many years IMPORTANT TO BORROWERS. MONEY TO LEND WITHOUT EXPENSE EXCEPT. JNG EXAMINATION OF TITLE. Policy holders In the Equitable Life Assurance Society of i obtain the United States are hereby notified that they can loans directly from said soclsty in sume of #6.0<>n, #I0,0UU, #15,0011 and $20,000, on the security of bond and mortgage on first class dwellings and storos to the cities of New York, Brooklyn and Jersey City. Until further notice preference will be given to policy holders In the society applying dl reotly, without the Intervention of other*. No applications will be received unlets signed by the periou who oilers him self as bondsman. TLLINOIS COUNTY BONDS-COUPONS PAID BY THE 1 State at the New York agency. Six per cent Bonds of Adams county, the wealthiest, except Cook county. In Illi nois. Issue limited bv State constitution and bonds regis tered In Springfield. For sale by II. B. FRY, No. 12 Wall St. JAY COOKE, M'CULLOCII A CO., No. It Lombard street, London. Foreign Exchange, Commercial Credits, Cable Transfers, Circular Letters for Travellers. Available In all parts of the world. Passports furnished without charge. ? ' ** COOKE JAY COOKE A CO., No. 20 Wall street. M ONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTOAGE; first and second Mortgages bought and sold. HOWE A CO., 10 Pine street. Money to loan-on bond and mortoaoe in New York and Brooklyn. First and second mortgagee bought. C. AN FEN HER, 80 Pine street. Money to loan?on bond and mortoaoe, in New York and Brooklyn ; first and second mortgages bought. Apply to O. TOCHMAN, Couiise!loi?at-Law, No. 9 Murray street. Monet to loan-on bond and mortgage, on eacoiftl mortgagee and on huildlnga In course of con struction. J. R. Bow ELL, 3D Pine street, room No. 7. M ONKV lO LOAN -ON BOND AND MORTGAGE. IN New York, Brooklyn end Jersey City. Apply only. 3. 8. WOOD, Jr., 155 Broadway, room No. 0. MONKT PLENTT-TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES OB 8E curltles; first and second mortgage* purchased; United States passports procured ; r- al estate exchanged. uititi-u ir u.-u.u.i 01 i-..a., KUKUB K. MoHAKG, 81 Cedar street, Commissioner for every State. YORK STATE RAILROAD BOND , A first class home Investment First Mortgage Gold Bonds of the Rondout and Oswego Railroad. Principal and Interest payable In goldt Seven per cent semi-annually.. This road covers I'M miles of the most direct posslbls line between the great Lake* and deep weter navigation on the Hudson river, the whole line of which will be completed end In operation on or before October I, 1872, end give a new Hue of road to Lake Ontario and the West, twenty-Ova miles shorter tbsn any line that can be found. It passes through tho csmeut, flags one and lumber region of Ulster county and the rich agricultural bottoms of De a w are and Greene counties, all of which have not heretofore been reached hy railroad facilities, and from which sections the formation of the country prevents the construction of a competing Hue, The ttilrty-slx m'les of road operated for three months is already paving net earnings equivalent to seven per cent, gold, on Its cost of construction and equipments. The issue of B- mis Is limited to $2rt,nno per mile of com pleted road, the coupons payable In gold In this city. Price of the Bonus 1*' In currency. Full particulars or the above, and the Bonds for sale by EDWARD IIAIGIIT A CU., No. 8 Wall street. New York city. Financial Agents of tho Rondout and Uswego Company. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Trkaburt Dv.partmint,) t'oi.CMRia, S. C., June 1,1871. j The Interest maturing Joy 1, 11-71, upon the bonds of the Stale 01 South Carolina will he paid in gold on and alter July I,at the bunking house of II. If. Kingston, financial Arrnt of the .State, No. 9 Nassau street. New York, and at the South Carolina Bank and Trust Company. In Columbia. The Interest maturing upon registered stock at that lime wt.'l be paid at the Treasury oSlcn only. NILP.8 O. BARKER, Kiel* Treatuer. S' 'TATE OF hOUril CAROLINA.?TREASURY Df'.l'ART d menl, Columbia, H. C., June I, 1871.?The Ron -S of the State, amounting to iflOo.oOO, maturing July 1, lt-71, will be paid on and afb r maturity upon presentation at the bank ing house of 11. II. Klmpton, Financial Agrnt, No. 9 Nassau street, New Yorit, an 1 at the Treasury olhcr, in Columbia. NILE? G. I'A ItKI.lt, Mate Treasurer. 117ANTED- IJ15.IW0; W.fiOO EACH ON FIRST CLASSIM \\ proved I ropertv, near Prospect Park, Utookhn; lirst mortga?" ; live or ten years. Addie.it PAN KfiK, Brooklyn Post oflfre. No bronera;;*. 1*5 ()()() WANTKI) _-,R8T MORTGAGE ON IM ^ prove 1 ileal Delate; va.uo 4IS,mill; at Nor w tie. Conn. A.ko ?I,WiO, on llutisn and Lot In ilrooklyni value 44,(JbO. Address G. W. TA VLOR, Herald office. <Efl 1 evHM WILL B U KG 11 ASK *20.1100 FIRST MORr ?Jl | ? t.?H M * gnge, ir.'it Works, within ihi miles of New York, costing ?t?t).l?iai. title perfect, money needed. Call on or address I)t. LOVEJOY, 21 Jonn street. I I WW I T" loan-'IN REAL R0TATB, IN 4 F thin city, or In Westchester county; iral loans mad t on lirst class cite property. JoHN F. CONKEY, l'id Broadway, room No. 8. STB AW (JOim*. f AN AM A HATS, OF EXTRA FINE DUALITY. FOR sa.e to dealers only bv R. KALCAZAR.8 8 Pine street. YACHTS, STFA.HUOATS, AC. "L"V)R SALE IN GOOD ORDER, THE FOLLOWING P Salle from a schooner yachtMainsail, Foresail, Jib, f lying Jib, Jlh Topsail, Heme Maintops,)!, Malnlopoiast Slsysal1. Can be seen al WILSON'S sail loft, oorner South end Koctevell street*. LillR BALK CHEAP?A R3 FOOT YACHT, WELL C found an i good con i n u. Apply to P. Mi lllP.il AN, Psmrnpo, N. J., where she can be eeeu. nOR SALE (lit CIIAKIliR-A hTKAK VACIIT. P ply al 21 Weal street. WANTKD TO Pt niilABB. a AS PIPE WANTED TO BE DELIVERED AT YON if kers, N. Y.; 6, Mill f-ct. Rind; 4,000 (eel, I inch; 16,000 feet, 4 Inch : I0.MK) reet, 3 Inch. For particulars apply to O. A. AlI.LS, Wild Pice street, Nt w York. UCANTED A WARP AND A TWIST FKAMR; MUST bo In perfect and working order. Apply to C. B ANER. Twenty-third street, northeast corner of First av. POST OF NIC If NOTICE. POST OFFICE NOTICE. The mode for Europe d urine the week ending Saturday, June 11', 1671, wt.l close at this officii on Ttnsuay ?t ll ittJ A. ?!., on Wcdnr-day at I A. M., on Thursday at 12 M. aed Oil Saturday at 9 30 A. M. P. II. JONES, Postmaster. RlLMAKIf. Al -STANDARD AMERICAN BILLIARD TABLES, JY 1 ? unequalled for eccili acy and durability and ap proved hy the lending amateur* and professional pliyere; consuntiyon hard, fables ?t prices ranting from ?250 up wards ; also unique ity ?s lor dwelling houses. BIIKLAN A CtSLLKNDf.R, 7W Broadway. A 1 ?K A VANAtlH A DECKER'S IMPROVED BIL a\ 1. ilard Tab.es, all f irai.ihed with lbs celebrated Cat gut Cushions, st greatly reduced prices. New fit ID tables, co'iiLlrte, j and other else# at corresponding"'? Wareroorni corgsr Usual and Centre street* ? PKOFOMAI.W. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, MAT 28 1 wT NOTICE TO c.ONTRACTOKA. The government of Prince Edward Island will until lHh July next receive tenders for tlia construction and equip ment of a railway or S faet? m-h.a gauge, from < laar.SiM to Georgetown, a distance of about no miles """"P*0 Payment will be made In Prinon Edward Island govern ment debentures, bearing ill p<r cent Interest, payable half, yearly, redeemable In 8tl year*. Specification* may be ?een and forma of tender and other Information obtained at the Government Engineer's office. Charlottetown. after 20lh June not. No tender will be recognised unices made on tbe printed form. The government do not bind themselves to araepl the low. eet or any tender. T. If. IIAVTLAND, Colonial Sen c '?retary. dITT OK LYNN, MAS8.-DE8IGNS FOR A SOLDIERS J Monument. City Ham., June 2, 1871. Designs, specifications and estimates for ?? monument to lie erected by the City Counoll of Lynn In honor of thoae of her clli/ena who fell during tbe late war will be received at the office ot the City Clerk until the 10th day of July, 1871, at 12 o'clock M. The c ut of erecting the monument complete la not lo exceed fia,0M. A premium of wfU be paid for the design wuloh ahail receive the approval of Ibe City Council. Tip- right to reject any or all designs la hereby re* aerred by the uummitter, and all rejected designs will be re turned to the peraooa who submitted them. For further Iniormalloii application may be made to the undersigned. Fur the Joint Special Committee on Site and Plana. H. ft BREED, Chairman. Department of docks, hi and 343 bkoadwat. Now York, May 78, 1371. To Co TittcToan _Proposals enclosed In a aealed enve lope and endorsed "I'ropuiaU for - cublo yard* of atone for river wall," with name of the bl Ider, will bn received at the office of tbe Department of Docka until Saturday, June 17, 1MI, at 12 o'clock M? for dellverlug 4,200 cubic yards of ? tone lor river wall, to be delivered from on board vessels near pier No. 1 North river. Blank form* of specification* and agreements ran be oh. lalne l at the otllcc of tuc Department en or after Tuesday, the 30th ItiiL JOHN T. AONEW, WILSON (J. HUNT. HENRY A. SMITH, RKHARD M. HKNRf, WILLIAM WOOD, Commissioner*. J. QbbntiLLS Kan*, Secretary. Fresh beef and vegetables. Orric* op Nayy Paymaster, > No. 29 Broadway, Nk.w Yorr, June a. 197L) Bealed Proposals, endorsed ''Proposals for Fresh beef and Vegetables," will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P, M. on the 10th day of June, 1871, for the supply of 200,000 pounds of Fresh B-of and lOO.oOd pounds of rresh Vegeta bles, at the New York Navy Yard and station, as required. The Heef must 1 e of good quality, and equal to the grade necessary to make the beat mess beef, and be de Ivered la equal proportion of tore and hind quarters. The Vegetables must be of tloi best quality tun market affords, and the Beef and Vegetables must be offered for bv the pound. Bonds, with approved security, will be required to one quarter the estimated auiouul of the contract, and twenty per oent In addition wid be withheld front the amount of each payment, aa collateral security for the due perform* nnce of the contract, which rrasrvatlon will not be paid until tbe contract U fully compiled with. Every offer must he accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by one or more responsible persona, that 11* bidder or bidders will, II his or their bid be accepted, enter Into an obll* gallon within live days, wllh good and sufficient sureties, t? Furnish the articles proposed. No proposul will bee msidered unices accompanied by auola guarantee, and the Department reserves tbe riant to reject any proposal unless the responsibility of the guarantor* Is certv tied to by tbn Assessor of Internal Revenue for tbe district la which tliey reside, and unless the license required by act of Congress Is furnished with the proposul, ae well as to reject any proposal not considered advantageous to the government. It Is to be understood that In case tbe stipulated quantity of either article shu'.l be delivered, leaving a balance due on the other article, tbe contract may be considered aa com* pleted in full, ut'thn option of tbe department. J. O. BRADFORD, Pay Director United Elates Navy. /AFKtCE OF LIGHTHOUSE ENGINEER, THIRD DI3 W trlct, Totnpkloavllle. N. Y., June 6, 19,"1. PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING LIGHTHOUSE ON BLUFF POINT, VALGOLR ISLAND, LAKE CHA.MPL.MN. Sealed proposals will be received at tills office until June 88, 1871, for the material* and labor for construction of a Lighthouse on Bluff Point, Valcour Island, Lake Cham plain, according to plans and specifications to be seen at thla office, and which will be lurniahed to bidder* on application therefor to the underalgned. Proposal* must be In duplicate, accompanied by a guaran tee, In duplloaie, and a printed copy of tbia advertisement attached to each proposal. They must be addrewed to tbo undersigned, endorsed on the envelope "Propoaaia for con etructlon o( Lighthouse on Hluff Point, Lake Champlalo.' This office reserves tbe right to reject any or all blda, If deemed dlsadvantageou* to the Government. J. C. WOODRUFF, Lieutenant Colonel of Engineer*. Engineer Third Llghtbouae District. OFFICE OF LIGHTHOUSE ENGINEER, THIRD DISTRICT. TOMrkiNaviLLk, N. Y., May 12,1971. Proposal* for material* and labor for foundation and plar of Lighthouse on PenQeld Reef, Long Island Sound. bealed proposals will be reoelved at this office until noon of tbe 9th or June, 1871, for the materials and labor for the oon ?irucvlun of the granite foundation and supporting pier, In* eluding a boat landing, for a Lighthouse at PenQeld Reef, Long Island Sound, according to plans and specltlcallons to be seen at this office and furnished lo bidders on application therefor. Proposals must be In duplicate, accompanied by a guaranty la duplicate, and a printed copy of this advertisement at* tar bed to each proposal. They muat bn addresaed to the underaigned, endorsed on Ibe envelope, " Proposal for ma terial and labor for foundation and pier ofPentlald Reel' Llgh.houae. Tins office reserves the right to reject any or all blda, should tbey bn deemed disadvantageous to tbe United State*. J. C. WOODRUFF, Lieut. Colonel of Engineers, Engineer 3d L. U. District. Proposals for granite for tre new state Department. I orrio* or burmnsixo architect,/ Washihoto*. May % 1671. J Sealed propoaale will be received until 1/ o'clock M. of 1 the Slid day of June, 1(571, at the office of the Supervising Architect or the Treasury Department, for furnishing and delivering at the ilte ot the proposed building all the dimen sion gmnlte required for the exterior of the new State De partment. for wbloh about 180,(K? cubic feet will be required. Proposals must state the price per cubic foot for stone* whose dimensions do not exceed twenty oublc feet, and tbw rate of Increase In price for stones exceeding twenty cutoio feet. The exact average else of the stones cannot at present be given, but will approximate 40 oublc feet. Stone* to be auarrled and delivered according to a schedule ot net slsca that will be furnished the contractor. One inch will b? allowed for quarry dimensions on eaoh woraed face of tha stone. Each bid must be accompanied by a sample block. IS Inche# cube, of the granite It la proposed to tarnish, wnloli most be sound, durable, of uniform color and good grain, free from discoloring or other foreign auiietancea, and capable of withstanding the anion of the elements, and that baa been fully tested by uss In buildings, and Is from quarries capable of furnishing the quality and quantity desired within one fear, and from which stone has been or la now being used or first class buildings. Bidders will stale how loon they oan commence tne de livery of stone and the amount per week they can deliver. They will also stale the average and maximum sizes of stone that can be obtained from their quarry. No bids wilt be received except from the owners or lesaeea of the quarries from which the stone is proposed to be fur nished. All proposals must he made on the printed forms to be ob I tallied ol the supervising architect, and bs accompanied by a penal bond In the sum of nfty thousand dollars ($?0,W)0| that the bidder will execute and perform the contract If nwarded to him, sod give bond therefor In the penal sum of one hundred thousand dollara , *100,0)0), and a valid and blading lease or the quarry to the government as security for the faithful performance of the contract; the lease to take effect upon the failure of the coutractor to comply with the terms of thecontract; said lense to authorise the govern ment to take lull possession of tho quarry and a ork it at the expense of thecontracior In case of such dciault. 1 he right to reject any or all bids received 1s reserved. Proposals must he enclosed in a sealed envelope, en dorsed "Proposals for Granite for New State Department," and addressed to A. H. MULLETT. Supervising Architect, Treasury Department, Washington, SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by the Committee on Building*, Re pairs and Furniture of tne Department of Public Instruction, at the office of the Clerk of said department, corner of Grana and Klin streets, until Wednesday, June 14, 1171, and until I o'c'oek P. M., for the work and mat-rlala for the a derations, repairs, furniture and painting for Grammar Schoola Nos. 83 and 46. Plans and specifications may be seen at theoffica of tho Su perintendent of Buildings and Repairs, No. 148 Grand street, third Door. I he successful bidden wl'l he held strictly to the time al lowed for the completion of the work In each contract. EacR proposal must contain the names ot two responsible and ap proved suieli s. The committee reserves the right to reject any or all of lb* proposals that may be offered. ^ ]tfapR SAUL'l.L A. LEWIS, FRANCIS PALMER. Committee on Build Inga, A*. Date I Nrw Tork, May 31,1871. I.OAN OFFICE*. A BRAHAM J. JACKSON, NO. W PRINCE STREET, J\ near Broadway, loans mono/ on Diamonds, Watches, Jewell y, Silver Wire, Silas, Drv finds, Wearing Apparel and Personal Properly of every description. Private en trance, hall door. A T ??7 BROADWAY, CORNER OF FOURTH STREET? _* \ Liberal advances on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silk*, Camel's llalr shawls, Laces and Personal Properlv of every description. JAMES P. MATTHEWS. A T WOLF BROTHERS', M BROAD WAV, FORMERLY J\ 569? Money loaned on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry. Silverware. Silks, Life Policies. Furniture; particularly Pi anos ; private parlor for ladies. Take notice. ?Rsmuve.l.to 894. AT J. A. JACKSON'S, NO. I AMITY STREET, NEAR Broadway ?Liberal advances made <>u Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Dry floods and Personal Property or every description, same bought an I sold. At the old established office,* nassau street, vou can obtain Iberal advance* on Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Ac., or wl I purchase them at their utmoat valuation. A. HONIGMAN, Broker. AT 150 NASSAU STREET (FORMERLY CORNER Broadway and Fulton street. NEWMAN LEOPOLD buys, sviie or advances liberal y on Diamonds, W ticket, Jew airy, Life Policies, Merchandise ao I other Securities. AT L. BERNARD'S, 4*j> BIXTH A VEN I E. BETWEEN Twenty-fourth and Twenty-? fin stre-ta -Liberal ad Vances made on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry anil all kind* ol goods. The same bought at their lull value AT 57 THIRTEI NTH STREET. NEAR WALLACES theatre, I pay (he hip beet price for Diamonds. Walcbej and Jewelry, or a lvanre on tho aame. ISAACS, DlamooJ Broker, (7 Th rieenth street. AT HYMAN'8, 658 BROADWAY, CORNER OF BOND street. - Liberal advances made on Diamonds and Watches, Silverware, Ac., r wlU pay the highest market price for the tame. ? >(?NASSAI STREET. OPPOSITE I OST OFKICR Otf Liberal advance* made on DmimMM?, Watches, Jew eiry and all kinds of merchandise The tame bought and told. HAYMAN LEOPOLD, room No. 1. mo BROADWAY, NEAR TWENTIETH STRRRT, UP t/lO stairs.-Money advanced on Diamonds, W ale has. Jewelry, Lacua, Sbn via, Pianos, ,%o.; s.tms bought. L'ure deciurd Pledgee for sal*. A. C. IIKRTR. I 1(11 BROADWAY. AT H. B. MELVILLE'S l.l-'l Jewe'ry and i oral Store, Dtamonda, Watch Valuah es stored for th* sum ner. l ash advance* on If ree aired to any amoani. UR Broad war.