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WHOLE NO. 12.709. , NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1871.-W1TH SUPPLEMENT. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FUR ADVERTISERS. AMUSEMENTS?Third Page?Fourth, fifth and sixth col umn.. ABTROliOGY?Eighth Page?First column. BILLIARDS -Ninth PAGE?Fourth column. BOARD AND LODGING WAN I C.U?Second Page?Sac ond column. BOARDERS WANTED?Second Paoe?First and second oolumna. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR BALE-Second Paoe?Fourth column. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Second PAOE-Sixth col umn. BUSINESS NOTICES?Fifth PtOE-Slxth column. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?SECOND FauE Fonath column. CLERKS AND SALESMEN?SEVENTH PAUE-Fifth col umn. CLOTHING?Tmikp Paoe Firth column. COACHMEN AND GARDENKUS?SEVENTH PAGE-Fifth and sixth columnn. ? COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS-Third Pace?Thfnl column. COPARTNERSHIPS?SECOND Paoe- Sixth column. COUNTRY BOARD?SECOND Pace?Second aud third column). DENTISTRY- First Paoe-SIxHi column. DRY GOODS?FIRST Paoe Fourth column. DWELLING IlOt SES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FUKNISHKD-Thied Paoe?First column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Third Page?Second and third column*. EYES AND EARS?Third Pace?Thlr.l column. EXCURSIONS?Tin it i> Page?Third column. FINANCIAL?First Page?Fifth column. FIREWORKS?NlNiU PAGE -Sixth column. FOR SALE--F1R8T Paoe Sixth column. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET Tiiird Page?Firm and second column*. FURNITURE?First Page?Fourth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Eiuuth PAGE-First col umn. HELP WANTF.D?MALES?KiGnTn PAOE-Flr?t column. HELP WANTED-FEMALES?SEVENTH PAGF.-Fourtli and fifth column). HORSES, CARRIAGES, Ac.?First Page?Second, ihlrd and fourth columiifi. HOTELS?Second Paoe?Second column. HOUSES, ROOMS, Ac,, WANTED?Third Page?Fifth column. INSTRUCTION?Ninth Paoj-.?Fourth column. JERSEY CITY, HOKOKKN, HUDSON CITY AND BER GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?SECOND PAGE? Fourth column. LOAN OFFICES--First Paoe-Fifth column. LOST AND FOUND?FIRM Page?FIrat column. MACHINERY - FIRST Page?Sixth column. MARBLE MANTELS?Third Page?Third column. MATRIMONIAL?THIRD Page?Third column. MEDICAL?Eighth Page?Firm column. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?First Page?Fourth column MISCELLANEOUS ADVKRTISRMENTS-Tf.nto PAGE? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS -Ninth 1'AOR-Fourth column. MUSICAL-Third Page?Fifth column. PERSONAL -First Page -Firat column. PIANOFORTES?Third Page?Sixth column. POST OFFICE NOTICE?First Page- Fourth column. PROPOSALS?Third Page?Fourth column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?Second Paoe-Fourth, Fifth and alxth col umns. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE-Second PAOE-Sixth column. REMOVALS?First Paoe?Sixth column. REWARDS?Firm Page. F!r?t column. SALES AT AUCTION?Ninth Page?Fifth and alxth col umn*. SITUATIONS WANTKD-FEMALES-Seventh Page? First, aecond, ihlrd and fourth columns. situations wanted-males?Sevf-nth Page? Fifth column. PKCIAL NOTICES?First PAGE?First and second col umns. SPORTING-DOGS, BIRDS, Ac.?First Page?Second col umn. STRAW HOOPS?First Page-Fourth column. SUMMER REsOKTS-SECdnD Page?Third and fourth col umns. THE TRADES?Seventh Paoe?Sixth column. THE TURF?First Page?Second column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES -TlllBD PAGE-Firat column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Third Page?Third column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Third Page -Second column. WANTED TO PURCHASE First Page -Fourth column. WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ao.?EIGHTH Page?Third col umn. WINEs, LIQUORS, Ac.?Second Tage?Sixth column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, Ao.?Firm Page?Filth col umn. I1KRAI.D BRANCH OFFICE?UP TOYVN. A DVSRT1BSMRNT8 FOR THE NEW YORK HJBRALD RECEIVED AT BRANCH-OFFICE, 1,346 BROADWAY, THREE DOORS ABOVE THIRTY-FIRST STREET. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. TILL 81". M. EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND. PERSONAL. Atlantic avenue car to fulton ferry, last Friday, at 11 A. M., and returned on Fulton avenuo ear.?Will be at the terry Thunday and Friday, at balf past 10. ALEX-I ARRIVED FROM BOSTON THIS MORNING. Am at 111, at Clemle'a. LIZZIE HARRIS. George w. hall, formerly of Brooklyn, will please communicate with THOMAS E. GAYNOR, 65 Chamber! street. Business important. HANDSOME STRANGER.?SHALL BE GLAD TO SEE you; will be at the corner of Twentyelcbth street and Broadway at 4 o'clock, Thursday, June & If it rains, the next day. PAULINA. INFORMATION WANTED?OF ROSALIE BERESFORD, slater to Brighton Osier, who sailed from London for New York In sbip Jamee R. Kecler in October, 1853. MOAN DREW Jt WANN, 40 Broadway. Information WANTED?OF BOBBBT lamb, of London; letters are awaiting him. Any information will he liberally paid for. GEO. 1 KIBE, 3% Baltic street, Brooklyn, N. Y. OH* T BF.NTZ, AGED 27, FAIR COMPLEXION, brown hair, Oral face, brown eyes, sandy beard, left bis J home November 22, 1868. Any information will be giadly celved by bis distressed mother If sent to Carlisle, Pa. M M S W. E.?MEET MR AT THE ST. GEORGE WINE , room at 6 o'clock, sharp, this evening. AN DREW. -I LEAVE FOB MAHOTAC SATURDAY. COME , to-night. DIVA. AYLON MILL1 SON?PLEASE SRND YOUR"adI dress to me at Herald office. KOYALE MILLiSON. EET ME THIS AFTERNOON. STEVENS. HUT YOUR ASTRONOMICAL EYES AND ATTEND to business. Answer, giving address. PEACHES. VENUS. AT 11 TO-DAY, WITHOUT FAIL; ALSO 8, and same hours to-morrow. JUPITER. EE PARSONS?VERY ANXIo: 8 ABOUT YOU. CAN not express all I want to say. w -F.S. QQ/i -I HAVE WRITTEN YOU EVERYWHERE. I t/OU, look for you dally. Do come or write. D YOURS EVER. COST AND FOUND. 00 LOBT.-890 REWARD FOR THE RETURN OF A white Spitz Dog, lest lost week from MO Fifth avenue. Dog lost.-last Monday, very small black Poodle, looking somewhat like Newfoundland; has white breast and two white stockings. Return to 262 West Thirty-ninth street, lor liberal reward. IAOUND BETWEEN FORT HAMILTON AND PTATEN Island, a Row Boat. The owner call have the same by proving property and paying expenses. Apply on board ecow No. 4, Jersey City Dry Dock. "TUNE 7?LOST, A WHITE SPITZ DOG, WITH A MARK ?J on the right side, hl;>, with short hair crowing upon it. Suitable r< ward will be given tor the amine at 1(14 Cedar St. JOST-ON MONDAY EVENING, ON THE BROADWAY j and Sevcntn avenue cars, from Thomas' Garden to wenty ninth street, a gentleman's Diamond Pin. A suitable reward will be paid on returning the same to 68 and 66 Worth street. ]OST ON THIRD AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY J first and Twenty-sixth streets, a Pocketbook, contain ing $12 and one hair earring. Will the tinder please send tbe ring to 106 Third avenue r J. OWEN. LOST?WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7. 1871, AG RAY ONYX Sleeve RuttoD, mounted in a red gold open work setting; single stud bsck. Whoever will return It to BELL BROS., 86 Colon square, will receive $11 reward, REWARDS. ? REWARD TO BE PAID in E. TABERN FACTO. ? / ry, fool Forty-second street, East river, to the finder of two Business Books lost yesterday evening In Second avo ntie car, from Thirtieth to Tweuty-third street. AO,1!; REWARD WILL BF. PAID TO THE"PARTY J leturning a Gold Hunting Cans Watch, with inscription inside lid lost going down town on a Second ave nu>' ear laat Friday night. Apply to J. E, KELLER, 42 Broadway, room 68. dj'r n REWARD AND No" QUESTIONS ASKED, FOR )l ' the recovery of articles taken from 28 Union square on Monday afternoon, June 6. Address box 3,<37 N cw York Post office S-A HEW A RD ?LOS"?! ON TUESDAY EVENING t )U In Ninth avenue, between Twenty-ninth and F tinr teenth stie.-is, a double case Geld Watch. The ah vc reward \?4I1 he paid by returning It to R. D. McCOKD, 577 Broome street. t> Til REWARD. LOST, A DIAMOND CLUSTER PIN* JJgUI Above reward paid, and no questions aaked, by B. hi.Nil AN, 62 Llspenard ttreet, second ft mr. F7T REWARD. LOST. JUNE 6,?AT 8 A. M., IN OU going down from Madison avenue, corner Forty second street, to Park row, a double case Gold \l ateh. R. ,t G. Hcaalcv, Liverpool, makers, No. 84,182. and a Gold Cable Chain. The above reward will be paid and no questions asked for the dcllvary of the watch sad ohaln to C. B. RICHARD M BOAS. No. 6 Barclay street. iinnn REWARD WILL BE PAID. AND NO (J IT KM tjPsLUU (lone asked, for the recovery of the Articles taken from room No. 6 Lenox House, on Monday, 5th Inst. Address P., 84 South street. IF THE PARTY WHO TOOK THE BLACK AND DRAB Silks from No. 6 Pacific place. West Twenty-ninth street, will return the same will receive $'25 reward and no questions asked. SPECIAL NOTICE*. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE LATE GEORGE W. Tiers age notified to call and settle sanl Indebted ness on or before July 1, at 167 West Twenty ninth street, or nl 81 Broad street. JAM KB W. CKOLIUK. A SPECIAL meeting of the board of" appeals ot the National Association for the Promotion of the Interests of the American Trotting Turf will he held at Pro vidence, R. L, on Thursday evening, the 15th of June, to consider Inch matters as may come before them. Persons having business ?> ley before the Hoard will ple.tse take me kmc jswsvitiu Vbcuiaolvea accordingly. u*Q?a& Scwetacr. SPECIAL. NOTICES. 4 - IF YOU WANT A WELL, FITTING FRENCH J\ . Yoke Nhlrt at 20 per cent less than U road way pi ices, co to PIl.RL'ii'3, 482 Hudson street. -A.?WILMINGTON LOTTERY. EXTRA SUPPLEMENTARY. (JI.ARH 473?DRAWN AT 12 M., JUNE 7. 1871. 61, 23,__ 12, 40, 67, ltl, 24, 16, 62, _26. _7. (M.AhS 474?DRAtV', AT 5 I'. SI. JUNE 7 1871. 13, 9, 21, 77, 27, 24. 15, 8:1. 29, 34, 49, 47, 35. LUTHY A CO., Brokers, 240 Greenwich street. ? ?A.?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS. A. KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. KENTUCKY-KX I'RA CLARs NO 349?JUNE 7, 1871. 10, 29, 17, 39, 45, 11, 25, 26, 24. 67, 14, 47, 41. At AIIAMA?EATftA CLASH NO. 2)3?JUNE 7, 1871. 72, 9, 3U, 68, 42, 97. 14 , 8, 64, 65, 36, 22, 54. PAUl'OAH?CLASH NO. 270-JUNU 7,1871. 62. 2, 8. 25, 41, 63, 39, 9, 45, lu. KENTUCKY?t.T,AHH NO. 371) JUNE 7, 1871. 63, 61, 78, 60, 42 , 44, 14, 6, 22, 11, 87 , 49, 36, 54, 28, 67. SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. 3. CLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway. Post offioe boi 4,969. Bottled lager beer of the very best quality.?Imported Vienna Heer, per dozen, ?2 50. Imported Bavarian Beer, per dozes, 1*2 50, Also Milwaukee Beer, per dozen, 81 w; Newark Beer, per dozen, 4>1, lor laml y use and shipping. IIoLLENDER A CO., 241 Broadway. oppoaite City llali Park. Notice is hereby given that the emma min ing Company, of San Francisco, fa the owner of the legal title to the property known an the Emma Mine, located In Cotton Wood district, Salt Lake conntv. Utah Territory, and all persons are hereby notlHod :bat all ores and the pro perty connected therewith belong :o it, and are caiittoued against the purchase of the tame. J. D. FRY. President Emma Mining Company of San Francisco. WlT.T.IAM \Y ii.i,its. Secretary. San Fkanciuoo, June 6, 1871. Notice-partaoas cigars to the public. It haying come to my knowledge that many cigars manufactured ,u the United States are put up under my brand, "Klor de Tahacos," this is to give notice that here aflrr all genuine etgars of my manufacture will have on each box a design representing sn upright showcase of cigars, with my name upon it in various places, which design has been duly patented at Washington, 1). C., as my trade mark. Any person counterfeiting the same will be prosecuted. i he puDlic are cautioned against purchasing cigars repre sented as my manufacture unless the above trade mark Is on each box, as all others are counterfeit. JOSE PARTAOAS. Havana, Isla de Cuba, May 6,1871. N OT1CE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons baying claims against Alanson Robinson, late of the town of Southeast, Putnam county, New York, deceased, that thi y are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers tbreof, to the subscriber, the executor of the last will and testament of said deceased, at Ills place of transacting bnslner " 18 Broad street, In the city of New York, on or befort ... th dav of November, A. I). one thousand olght hundred nhd seventy-one. Haled this 16th day of May, A. D. 1871. COLE MAN' T. ROBINSON, Executor of, Ac., Alanson Robinson deceased. ? ? OFFICE OF BOARD OF EXCISE, 299 MULBERRY street, New York, June, 1871. EXCISE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the penalties of the law will he promptly enforced ugainst all persons who, after the 15th of June inst., shall he found selling liquors, wines, ales or beer without a license from this Board. By order of the Board. JOHN H. WILLIAMS, President. Jamek O'Neil, Chief Cierk. Office hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. daily. OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF Pilots, 76 South street. New York, June 8, 1871 Notice Is hereby given that the United Slates engineers en gaged in removing Coenttes Reef are about to moor a drilling ?cow over the reef, and that contact with her will le ex tremely dangerous to passing vessels. Vessels having berths or anchorage near the reef are ad vised to lake proper precautions against the effect of explo sions incident upon the blnsting operations, as the govern roent wId not be liable for damages that may occur through the want of such precautions or through coliisslons with the 6c.6W. The pilots are directed (?> avoid the vicinity of the drilling sco.v. By request of General JOHN NEWTON, United States Engineers. Geo. W. lli.UNT, Secretary. ORDERS FOR CLEARING HOTELS, HOUSES, SHIPS of Bedbugs, Roaches, Moths, Fleas, Ac., can ba lett at H. S. DANZIOER'B office, 73 Forsyth street, or 264 West Forty-lirst street. Royal Havana lottery of cuba?may 311, 13.644 drew $10d.0Ul), gold; Kentucky, Cnun 370, Not. 51, 68, 78, drew $30,600. AIT orders promptly attended L? and circulars sent by addressing BALLY A CO. .old estab lisbed olllce >, 174 Broadway. KOVAL HAVANA LOTTERY.?MAY SO, NO. 13,654 * drew fiuO.CdU cold. Full official drawing received by JOSEPH BATES, 1S4 Broadway, room No. 4. STAMMERINO, STAMMERING, STAMMERING positively and permanently curod by Mrs. MANN A COLY1N, 12 WaverW place, late of Astor Home. No pay until cure effected. Best or references furnished of persons that we have cured In Jersey City, Newark and PAterson, New Jersey, Brooklyn and this city, on application at our oitlcc. In person or by letter. TO ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS AND OTHERS.?TES8F lated and ?'.? Tiling, suitable far churches, entrance halls, vestibules,'..ft, manufactured by T. A R. BOOTH, biaffordablre, England, for which they have been awarded prize medals In all the world's fairs ever held, and can now be obtained at a much less cost than hitherto charged. Samples and designs to be seen at the office of ED WARD BOOTH, 78 Murray street, New York. Marble men supplied. WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF COUNTRY AND city grocers, druggists, hardware dealers and Hrst class aents to nn article we manufacture and warrant. It proves wn promise and is wanted in every household, store, hank aud on all steamboats. Ac.. Ac., throughout the United Mutes. It sells at a low figure and allows a handsome commission. Call and examine or send tor circular. ANNETTE A CO.. 80 Cedar street, New York. 8POKT1NO-DOUIS BIKPM, At'. Francis butler, no. s PKOK slip, has all THE choice breeds of Hogs. Butler's Infallible Mange Cure ami Flea Exterminator, 75c.; Butler's new work, $2. Dogs boarded, named, Ac. Medicines for all diseases. THK TCJIIF. 0>1 K /Win IN PREMIUMS. ?PROSPECT PARK sMO.UUU FAIR GROUNDS. SPRING MEETING THIRD DAY-THURSDAY, JUNE ft Purse No. 8. 184,(10(1. Free for all horses. $3,000 to first, $1,000 to second, $601 to third, and $4(10 to fourth. W. H. Dohle enters b. m. Lucy. B. Doble enters b. in. Goiuamith Maid, B. Dsnieis enters b. in. Amerlcau Girl. Charles Chainpialn enters br. g. Geo. Palmer. SAME DAY. Purse No. 7. $750 for burses that have never beaten 2 :40. $460 to first, $2l>0 to second, $100 to tlilru. O. P. Carpenter enters g. g. Marsha l. Daniel Dunlv enters g. g. Thomas Jefferson. 0. It. Colyer enters hPk m. Eveline. M. Roden enters t. c. Fleetwood. it. W. Ilowe enters b. m. Sarah Jane. J. Lovett enters fir. g. Younr Bruno. P. Masee enters b. g. Newton. J. Murphy enters h. in. Lady Murphy. Daniel tTlffer enters g. g. Lottery. Brewster It. Burr euiers ti. g. Heathen Chinee. A. K. Lewis, Jr., euters s. g. Major Burt. fc. Toby enters s. m. Susie. J. J. tlnwcn enters g. ro. Sea Foam. M. Conklin enters hl'k m. Kate Darcy. KUIIKTH DAY. FRIDAY. JUNK 9TH. Purse No. ft $2,00(1 tor lieuble teams. $1,200 to tirst; $elki lo secoou ; iFkllU to third. John Lovett enters b.'k g. Monitor snd hl'k g. Black llarrv. VY. L. Simmons enters s. st. Honest Allen and br. at. ceoige Wilkes. U.S. Russell euters hl'k g. Darkness and bl'k m. Jess,e Wales. __ SAME DAY. Purse Nn. 9. $1,700 lor horses that have never beaten 2:C1. Jl.lh'O to first, $6(HI lo second, $200 to third. . II. Whltseo enters s. g., Clareance. George Freeman euters blk. in. Lady Weller, formerly Lady Wheeler. J. L. Anderson enters b. g. O. W. Patterson. M. Roden enters br. g. J. II. Coleinan. (>. A. lllckok enters s. s. Elino. formerly St. Elmo. II. \V. Howe enters hr. m. Lady Wells. Benjamin Mace enters b. in. Lydla Thompson. R. Loom,* enters s. g. Cllmai. Benjamin Daniels enters b. m. Topsy. J. Murpliv enters u. p. Charley Green. G. P. Carpeuter enters g. m. Belle of Toronto. C. S. Green enters s. m. Rosa Uolduil. M. Goodin enters s. g. Harry D. Charles Clisinplln enters li. s. Mack. W. 11. Woodruff enters b. g. Dew Drop. J. J. Bo we ii enters g. g. kojal John. The above rsces to be mile heals, best ?? in 5, to harness except No. 8, and will be governed by the rules of i be N a tlonal Association?a horse distancing the field will receive the entire premium. Trotting to commence eachdavatli o'clock P. M., good day and track. If necessary to postpone a rnce on ac, ount of weather notice will be given by raising a llagun City Hall, Brooklyn, and the New York Hotel, New York ; also by | Incarda at the Catharine and Fulton leriles, New York side, at 12 o'clock M. Two sections of scale in the Grand Stand nearest to (Tub House will be reserved for ladles and gentlemen accompany ing them. The Ninth Regiment Hau l (Colonel Fisk's) have been engared for the meeting. Admission?Grand Stand and Home Stretch, $1 50, or $5 for the Meeting. field Due Dollar Coney Island care leave Fulton I'errv every live minutes for tbopotindfl. MARTIN KALHb'Lbl^iH, President. K. O. Keah, Secretary. MERK'AN JOCKEY CLUB 4 MERK'AN JOCK It t I Li n. J\ Spring Meeting. 1'71, at Jerome I ark, June 10, 13, 15 and 17. Tickets and (Quarter stretch Badges may he obtained at the box olllce, (Vallaek's theatre ; Brewster's, corner Fifth ave nue iiid Fourteenth street, and the entrance to the course. Races commence each day punctually ut gjtf o'clock. C. WIICaii.y, Secretary. A. BELMONT, President. 4 MF.RICAN JOCKEY <U It RACES. J\ Pools will be sold every evening at Ford's Saloon, 1.134 llroadwav, opposite St. James Hotel, commencing to-morrow (Friday), June 9. and every dav on the course during the races, under the supervision ot the Americau Jockey Club, by UNDERWOOD A MoiiOWAN. 1)ROSPKOT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION. SPRING MEETING. LEVY, the celebrated Cornet Soloist, will perform every day .assisted by Colonel Fisk's lamons Ninth K.tluient Hatnl. GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. rpo THE HACKS AT PROSPECT PARK* FAIR I Grounds, L. I., on June 6, /, 8 and 9.?Take the Coney Island and Brooklyn Railroad horse cart, from Fulton ferry (north side) Brooklyn, via Jay and Smith streets. HORSIER* (AUKIAAdKS, &('. 4 -l'ONY BASKET PHAETON, with and with. J\. out rumbles; Top and Open Wagons, Kockawavs, Depot Wagons, An., new and second haud: Harness, suit able tor all purposes, $1J up; Lap Robes, Blankets, Sheets, Ac., at the cheap elaud, 1,399 and 1.401 Broadwsv, near Forty-first LITTLE A TURNER. A -CARRIAGE WARERIIOM, 141 WEST BKOAD , way. Sts seat Roukaways, Park and pony Fhartona, top and open Buggies, express and business Wagons, leather top Buggies, $l5u. 141 West Broadway. NUMBER OF SLIGHTLY SOILED CARRIAGES, shopworn, various styles, will he offered low. to close out; rvery description seasonable Carriages, at lowest popu lar U nc eg, MAN li FACT USERS' UNION, MR) Broad* ay. A A HORSES, CAlWIAOJBSj a-r. r THE AUCTION HOUSE OK JOHNSTON A VAN TARSKLL, OlLce and salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post otliee. THE HORSE AND CARRIAGE BRANCH of our business is conducted at our UOHSK AUCTION MART, 110,112 AND 114 EAST 1.71'H ST., NKAR4TII AV., whore we hold regular SALES OK HORSES AND CARRIAGES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. GNTLEMKN WIS1IINO TO PURCHASE, OR THOSE having Horses or Carriages to sell, wUl tind our house per fect!; reliable, u* we conduct Dili branch of jur business, a* tve do all our other business. oa the rime straightforward principle* which govern honorable houses In all mercantile i insults. WK HIVE THE PURCHASER OK EVERY HORSE that is warranted sound from 24 to IS hours for trial. ENTRIES For SALES OK HORSES AND CARRIAGES can be made at our down down olhce and salesroom, 37 Nas sau street, where we also keep a register of horses for pri vate sale. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. A PRIVATE GENTLEMAN'S ESTABLISHMENT, COM prising elegant team bright l ay Horses, long manes and tails, thoroughbred Kentucky stock, 15 ^ hands high, H and 9 \ ears old, kind and true in all harness, without vice, fault or blemish; trot together in 3:15; are not afraid of a locomotive and are warranted sound, kind and true. Victoria by Brewster), pole and shafts. Four-wheel Dog Cart, very stylish. Top Wagon, best city make, good order. Set ot double Harness, Ac. The whole to be sold at auction, FRIDAY, June 9. at 12 o'clock, by JOHNSTON A VAN TASM.LL, at their Horse Auction Branch. 110, 112 and 114 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue. On exhibition this morning. A?MAJOR C. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. GREAT SALE OK THOROUGHBRED AND TROTTING HORSES. On FRIDAY. June9, at 1Mo'clock P. M., at Waldberg, near Haverstraw, Rockland county, N. V. PROPERTY OK HON. A. B. CONGER. Thlrtv-tlx head of the uncst Bloaued Stock ever offered at public auction. Among the stallion* are Wild Irishman, Bayard, Black Patclien, Zadlg, Queen's Bay, May Duko, Skyscraper, Young Patriot, Gludlaliir, '/.cno. fathom, Loadstone and Nuncio. The younger portion of these are the sons ot Ben Abdallah, Kiancler, Wild Irishman, Count Cavour anil Major Low. Among the geldings arc Cartel, by Major Low; Meteor, hy Count Cavour; Pain,by Wild Irishman; Echo, by Beu Ab dallah. Among the Mares with Foal are Eellons, hy Hero: Gentle Annie, byi.lenooe; Helen, by Daniel Webster; Nelly Gray, by Blackwood; Sunshine, by Revenue; Whisper Second, by Hero. Among the Killles are Delight, by Edward Everett; Grl selte. hv Ftanclcr; Hellena, by Edward Everett; Imogen, by Black Patclien ; Kitty, by Quiz, Ac . Sale without reserve or postponement on account of the weather. A steamboat will run from Sing Sing to Waldberg Landing, meeting the 9:46 A. M. train from New York. Alter the sale the steamboat will leave Waldberg Landing for Sing Slug, meeting the 4:56 P. M. train for New York. Catalogues can be obtained at BARKER A HAMLIN'S City Auction Mart and New York Tattersalls, corner Broadway and Thirty-ninth street, or of Mr. CONGER. AB. WALDRON, AUCTIONEER. THIS DAY. at 12 o'clock. WALDRON A COOKE will sell this day, at salesroom, corner Liberty, Cedar and New church streets, I bay Horse, 151j hands; good family horse; warranted sound and kind ; gentle and free driver. 1 Pony and Pony Phaeton and Harness. 1 Black Hawk Mara, 7years old; good driver; warranted kind, sound ami true. 1 gray Mare, 14% hands; warranted sound and kind. 1 bay work Horse and Truck Harness. 1 bay saddle Mare; one of thehnest In the city. 1 Coupe, In good order. 1 Set tine Single Harness and do. Double. 1 Dog Cart, tn good order. 1 shinlng-.ieat Road Wagon. 1 box teat Road Wagon. Other Horses, Wagons and Harness. A MAGNIFICENT, HIGH SPIRITED BAY HORSE, 8 vears old, 15M hands, Mack points, tail and inane, per fectly sound and kind; splendid action and open gait; never sick; half brother to one of the fastest trotters in the world; one of Hie most stylish horses that ever entered Central Park ; cost $ 1.60b one year since; will be sold for $759. Ad dress PRESIDENT I. O. WORKS, box 71 Post olllce, Jersey City. A -PONY PHAETONS, WITH OR WITHOUT RUMBLES . and tops, both second hand and new, $1(10 up; live top Road Wagons, by best city makers, $125 up; also tne open Road Wagons, $50 up. A fine assortment ot all styles sum mer Carriages lor gale low. Sheets, Robes, Whips, Harness, Ac. W. U. GRAY, 20 to 29 Woosier street. AT 5* LIBERTY STREET.?CLOSING OUT FOR CASH, tine Carriages and Harness, of reliable make and tine finish ; some very great bargains In Buggies, Pony Phaetons, Kockawayt, Jaggei* and Road Wagons. JOHNSTON A VAN TAbSELL, 68 Liberty street A -ELEGANT WAGONET, DOG CART, TWO VERY . light Barouches, Ton and No-Top Buggies, Depot Wagons, second hand, sold low to make room ; seasonable carriages, new, 25 per cent leas than Broadway stores. HAM'S, Fourth street, near Broadway. Albert, park and pony phaetons, four six seat and coupe Rockawavs, Buggies, rosd and depot Wagons, fine Harness ispeelally ), Brewster Boggy, with Pole. HICKS, 600 Broadway. A LOT OF TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES, EXPRESS, Grocery and light Business Wagons, and a second hand Coupe Tor aale cheap. IMS Writ Twenty-tevcnlh street, be tween Eighth and Ninth avenues. A BARGAIN.?WILL SELL TUE BEST ROAO TEAM A (for leu money) In the city; blaric an.I bar; pretty and fait; youmr, sound and kind; 2 mlnntei sure. Apply at pri vate residence <13 Wait Forty-sixth street. A SPLENDID DAPPLE GRAY HORSE FOR RALE 7 yeari old; warranted perfectly sound and kind In every respect; 15J4 hands high; great style und action and prom'ilug great ?< eed; he is from the country; would ex change for a lower priced horse. ApD y at the corner of Park and Wnihlugloii avenues, Hrooklyu. GOOD BAY PONY MADE HORSE. GOOD AND . gentle, good driver, $135; one pair small Mules, cheap. 46 W'oosler street. A A \ FINE BLACK HORSE -6 YEARS OLD, 16 HANDS -A high, fast traveller, sound, kind and gentle, belonging to a ;;entleman gone to Europe; also a siyliah Dog Cart and Harness, made by Brewster. Apply at private stable No. 3 West Iweuty-seventh street. TEAM OF HORSES AND TRUCK FOR SALE?WITH a little work. Apply at 318 and IP.'O West Seventeenth st. Brewster a (XL 84 FIFTH avenue, offer the following second baud Carriages, In excellent condi tion One half top Phaeton, our own make. Three turnout seat Phaetons, our own make. (Joe Coupe Kockaway. Ouo two-wheel Dog Cart. One C spring <7ahriolct. One (7 spring Barouche and One French Landau, very little used. Bargains in harness, sheets, robes, whips. Saddles. Bridles, Fly Nets, Ac.; great saorlhrrs for next I'.O days. JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, 58 Liberty street. / tORBETT A CO., l"2, 124 AND 12H WEST TWI.M Y V,' fifth street, idler tne following second hand Carriages:? A Landau, by Wood Itiothcrs; a curtain Coach, by J. R. Lawrence: a stylish Park Phaeton, our own make; three Kockuways, very desirable lor country rsrrlages. / 1VBAN SADDLE HORSE FOR SALE?COAL BLACK, \ wmi white star only on lace, fi years old ; perfectly quiet; cairies either lady or gentleman ; is last, and without a I mill; price :;475. Apply to owner, G. K. WOOLSuN, 243 Mount Pleasant avi nue, Newark, N. J. / CVRK1AG, - LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FERED, LOW \ est ininulHcturers' prices, compris ng extension and half top Phaetons, Kockaways, Victorias, Depots, Buggies, Busi ness Wagons and Pony Pliuelons and Harness. II. B. WITTY A CO., 11) Nenns street, Brooklyn. E LEGANT BASKET WAGON, WITH RUMBLE; COST .Fi $750 and used hut few tunes; will be sold low for want ol use. Address box i.'JM Post otlice. IPOR SALE?A FINE PAIR COACH HORSES, COACH I slid Coupe Harness, light double and Itgld single Har ness, young gent's Saddle and Bridle ; also a l ull t Terence, light extension top Victor.a just the thing lor counti y use ; all In use order. These articles are all lust class and In pei lect older. To lie seen any dav up to 1 P. M. Inquire lor K KI.LY, at New York Tattersalls, corner of Seventh avenue and Forty-second street. L'DR SALE-A CARRIAGE TEAM AND HARNESS; F also 11 Furniture Truck ; will be sold ch' up as the owner has no use for them. Apply ut 106 East Twemy-srveulh street, for two days. T7IOR SALE-A SPLENDID IRON GRAY MARE, 5 .F years old, Black llawk, 15 hands. Just from the contitrv ; warranted sound and kind; at J. Barm's liable, keep stieet, on Lee avenue, Williamsburg. LMIK RALE A BAROUCHE. IN FINE ORDER. AMD F will be sold u bargain, seating six prism s. Apple 111 W. W. BRIUiiS A CO., corner Forty-second street and "Hi nv. f-tOK SALE?A FINE SORREL HORSE, 7 YEARS OLD, 158, ban '?, sound, kind, last and verv stylish ;a perfect gem ; price lyESeti, Ad.liess Dr. 0. K. STaNCIIFIELD, sta tlou M, New Yiuk city. UHIK SALF?ELI'd IANT SPAN OF BLACK MAKER I , own sisters , 1Abands, 5 years obi; took the diploma , rslssd by | resent owner and perfect every way ; a bnrga.n. Private stable m East Thirty-third street. I/Olt SALE A FINE BAY ROAD MARE, AT Si5 EAST J" sixty-lust street. jnOR SALE ONE GOOD HACK COACH) WITH F pateut wheels; wilt be sold cheap ; also one new Phae ton. at 256 West I birty-ilrsi street, near Eighth avenue. L^OR SALE?VERY HANDSOME YOUNG HORSE, SIX F ycais old, br )wn bay, full mine and long tall; 15L hands high"; sound, kind and gentle, and tine gaited ; sired by seal E sail's II tmbletonlan, dam by Tom Thumb; property of a gentlemen, Addi ess box 5,844 Post otlicc. IlUlt SALE-MAGNIFICENT BLACK GELDING, FROM country. 7 years, 158, bands; long tail; great style, highly trained 1 *a showy a horse aa gries to Central Park; perfect sing e, double arij to saddle ; warranted In every par tii-vdar; prlee $l,fi<lO. At WIN FIELD stables, KTflletu street, near Sixth avenue. LIOK SALE-A ROAD HORSE. CAN TROT IN 2:50; F also a top Wag.in and llarurss, used hut a very short I me. Will be sold very cheap. Apply at the stable* US West Twenty-third straet. "IpOR SALE -JUST FROM THE COUNTRY?ONE ROAN F Horse, 7 years old, ran trot in 3 minutes, 15 hands high , one chestnut Mare, ti years old, 16S* hands high, csn trot in U Ml; one brown Horse, I5'? Hands high, 6 years old. ran trot In 2:50; on* bay Horse, 16 hands high. 8 years old, tine coupe or match horse; all the above Horses are warranted sound and kind, Apply at l:tt( West Fourth street, between Macdou gal strest and Sixth avenue. JIOR SALE -AT 266 WEST FORTY-EIGHTH STREET, one pair of brignt bav Horses, black points, 15VJ hands high, 6 and H years old; can trot in 8:8U; vary strlis.i, gooit drivers, perfectly sound snd Slud. Gns wiute Horse. l.Vt* hands high, H years old; sound and kiud , can trot In 2.45 , a good pole burse. FOR SALE-CITY MADE TOP HI GOV WAGON , ?vtaafllt; a bargain. Apv'.j M la WW tWtMf'Mdr ?treat, la tbe masou's shop, HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC. For sale-a handsome black Canadian pony, 8 years old; stylish and fait driver; warranted aound, kind and gentle in ever, reapect; no risk lor any lady or boy to drive him; mtut ba sold. Apply at 8:< King stiC't. For sale-an elegant brown horse, i? hands high, 8 years old; can trot in 8 minute,; warranted sound and free from vice , unliable for coupe or carriage; also a Duaenbury Olg, with tbitting top, almost new, and ,et of sold mounted Harness and lilanketi. Satwaclory reasons for selling given. Apply at 20 Creenwicb street. For sale at a sacrifice-a hood iiorsk, fit for any kind of work; warranted aound and kind In every respect. Inquire in grocery store, id Ouver street, cor ner of Oak. For sale chkap-at stable no. a east thirty si venth street, ?U i top Road Wagon, one Cabriolet, one act double Harue a. one set single Harness; also a line bay Mare; can trot m threeminotea. First class top and open buggies and road Wagons, from lest makers, slightly soiled (shop worn), at rjiltlll each less than Ihe uauul price. MANUFAC TURERS UNION RtPOSiTOKi, 68b Broadway. Harness of uvi ry description, Hlligle, .-(8 to .tli.i; Double, :jj20 to fltOtl. Riding Sadulea. ISrid m, \\ hips. Sheets, Robes, Blankets, Brushes. Sponges, Ac., Ac. THE TRAD!,..' MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 10 College place, Ui ar corner Murray street. Horse bonnets (Anderson's patent)?for protecting horses' heaua from the heat; recommended by veterinary surgeons and horsemen generally; try them and save your horses. Sole manufacturer, k. 11ARTLETT, 62 Warren street. JUMP SEAT BU iaillS, FIVE DIFFERENT STYLES; shitting top Depot Wagons, six different styles; cut under Kocknways and out under Depot and Passenger Carryalls, every sly.e. MANUlAUTUKERH' UNION, 688 Broadway, Ladies* pony phaetons.-immense stock and uaily receiving; every slvlo now In use, at reduced uiiccs; several slightly soiled Carriages, at Manufacturers' Union Repository, 6.le Broadway. PONY ESTABLISHMENT FOR SALE?BRIQHT HAY,l) years old, 13,'.j hands high ; warranted Round and kind ; free from vice; can be used ly a ladv or child ; also Basket Phaeton and gold mounted Harness. Apply at 161 East Tweiily-elgbtb street. * Rare chance, -gentleman's complete turn out; pair brown Mares, 16 hands, very beautiful nnd stylish ; Landau light top Wagon, Harness. Ac.; will sell all pr part. WALTER THORNB, 1U5 West Tlilrty-tlrst street. SPLENDID PASTURE FOR HORSES-AT $7 PER month, on a farm 18 tnllrs irotn Jersey City; running stream through pasture; plenty of shade; best of care. Alio a farmer wauled. Apply at No. 4 East Houston street, near Broadway. SECOND HANI) TOr BUGGY, TllREE OPEN BUG gles. Business Wagon, Park Phaeton, Brett, in coo l or der, at bargains. New Carriage. Every seasonable style, reduced prices. Manufacturers' Union, 638 Broadway. Trotter cheap.?short tail brown horse, 15* bands, IS years old this spring; can trot In 3:15; war ranted sound and kind. Price ityJIiO. Stable 141 Eust Smocnth street. WANTED?A SOUND HORSE, V>% HANDS. THAT can show 2:4(1 double ; state lowest price. Address A. H. J., look box 38, Elizabeth, N. J. WANTED-A FOUR-WHEEL DOG cart, IN Ex change Ifor Top Buggy, nearly new. Apply at private stable 43 West Forty-fostrth stieet, or address J., box 6,833 Post office. C?BROWN MARK; FINE BAY HORSE, 6 Y EARS, iJ splendid driver, #I4U; pony Hare. t.i75; all sound, kind, good workers. 139 Bank street, between West and Washington. Must sell. A WAY AHEAD. ' THE EVENlNdTELEGRAM. In LOCAL NEWS, In FASHIONABLE GOSSIP, In roLI'lICAL MATTERS, In THEATRICAL CRITICISMS, In IMPORTANT ITEMS, In TELEGRAPHIC SPECIALS, In EVERYTHING YVuRTH READING THE EVENING TELEGRAM IS AWAY AHEAD OF ALL THE EVENING PAPERS. Our readers can have THE TELEGRAM, last edition, sent to their country residences tor 50 cents a month. $85 DRV GOODS. A DIES' GLOVE DEPARTMENT. a Rotunda. A. T. STEWART A CO. are ottering an Immense stock of Ladles' line Lisle thread GLOVES, regular make, reduced to 23c., 30c. and 40o. per pair. Also, the latest novelties In Gossamer Silk ana Lisle mixed Gloves. A large choice of Vtr.niXA <>Lii#.r.n, One hnttnn #1 per pair Two buttons *1 60uer pair French Km Gloves, One button $1 2f? and Uper pair Two buttons $3 ami $2 23 per pair Also, a law aaaortment of Doe Uauntieta in white, hud' anil ilrah, roiiml anil square too*. Broadway, Fourth avenuo, Ninth ami Tenth streets. CILK DEPARTMENT. 0 BROADWAY section A. T. STEWART A CO. are offering several cases of the original quality Japanese Silks, Just Importeil (colored stripes), 76c. per yard; formerly !>0e. Uriaallie Stripes, vervmuch in demand, otic.; formerly 95c. Black and white checked Japanese Sllki, graduated sizes, 65c.; reduced from 86c. UN USUAL BARGAINS. Broadway, Fourth avenue. Ninth and Tenth atreetl. M1LLINEKY AND DRKMMAKINU. M HARRIS, OF BREVOORT PLACE, REBPECTFUL ? ly informs hia numerous customers and friends that from Wednesday, June 7, and during the balance of the month, he will ulTcr his valuable Stock of Imported Hats, Bonnets and Suits at just one-half the cost of importation, to cfloct a ready sale previous to his departure for Europe. STRAW OOODflj MANAMA HATS, OF EXTRA FINE QUALITY. FOR 1 sale to dealers only by R. BALOaZAR,6 3 Pine street. STRAW GOODS. Julep Straws for snle by the ease, at RICHARDSON >tc CO.'S, 142 Chambers street. ? ----- ? ? . \ - : ; POST OFFICE NOTICE* MOST OFFICE NOTICE. I The m ills for Europe during the weekendingSaturday, June III, 1871, wi I close at this olt'Ce on Tuesday at II .Jo A. M.. on Wedue-day at 7 A. M., on Thursday at 12 .VI. and on Saturday ut9;J0 A. M. 1*. It. JONES, Postmaster. WANTED 'I <? PI RCHAHE. / < AS PIPE WANTED-TO BE DELIVERED AT YON " I kers, N. V. ; fi.klKI feet. 8 inon; 4,<H'll feet, ti ineh ; IK.i 01 feet, 4lneu; 10,600 feet, 3 Inch. For particulars apply to (). A. BILLS, No. 6>j Blue slreet, New York. PPRNITI7RE* A TTKNTION ? D. O'FAKKELL, 200 EIGHTH AVE j'V noe, corner Tsrsntmto strsst is now offering a large and sp rodid assortment of Carpets. Furniture and Bedding, at very low prices. Weekly or monthly payment taken. ? ?NOTICE. g\ , K KLLV A CO., corner of Twenty-tilth street an I Slith avenue, are now ottering a large am* splendid assortment of Carpets, Furniture, Bedding. Oilcloths, Ac., selected expressly for the spring trade and nt very low prices. Weekly or monthly payments taken. A call respectfully Solicited. "a LL THE elegant. COSTLY II'>i SI HOLD Fl'MNI J\ tnre contained in the private residence ,"8 West Fifteenth street, near Filth avenue, for sale at a sacrifice; msgntrrent Drawing Boom Suits, covered French saitn brocatel, Pompa dour style, cost Will, for *2lH), one do. #50; Pianoforte, cost if7??:'?, for *276; Marqueterli) Cabinet, Ftngvre, Paintings, Bt nr.es, Mirrors, Carpets ami many rare, costly Works of Art, rosewood, wa'not Chamber, Diiilug Furniture. Pi - pertv family leaving city. Parties wishing to purchase will nnd this a much better oppor.uuity than attend!: g bogus sue tiun sales. Tt A GREAT SACRIFICE??FOR SALE. FIRST CLAPS A Household Furniture, elegant rosewood Piano, rich Par lor Suits, rosewood and walnot Chamber Suits. Mattresses, Mirrors, Bronzes, Paintings, Clocks, Vases, Bullet, Kxtenal u Table. Cut Glass, China and S,.vi r Ware, Ac., lor half origi nal rost. Only parties wishing first class arttr.es need call at p. Irate resi li nen 12 Tenth stieet, between University place and;Flfth avenue. ? MAGNIFICENT DOUBLE LATEST STYLE PARLOR a'V Suit, made to order, lo ar.v new ; cost will h? sold lor $276; one do., satlu brocatel, ijH.'dl; lour walnut reps Soils. Ironi #50up;rosewood Pianoforte, a variety of Parlor, Chamber, Dining Room Furniture; Mattresses, Mirrors, t,'lorat. Paintings, Turkish < haw, Lounges, rich Cut G. ss an I silver Ware, China, Tea and Dinner Seis. Ac., at a sac rilicc. CaT a: the store 6U lllseckcr street, b< tweeu Broad way anil Mulberry/ All the furniture, piano, cari*Fts, bidding? Ac., of privale resldrure, 12(1 West Twenty-third street, tor sale, ID lots to suit pumbasr r*. Parlor Mi.ts for *75, worth e-llltl; H< droom Su .s for #25 upwards. Carpets and Oilcloths for f>0 cents per yard ; ,n lact, the wtiole Household Goods at halt cost, please call uud examine before purchas ing. M BARRON, Esq., 120 West Twrntv-thlrd street, near Sixth street. IMUhYiTURE.-AARi'N CRISTA LA R A CO, SALES I rooin oppi site Grand Central Hotel, h'78 Broadway, are still selling oil I he ir lane assortment of Furuitore, coiopi is ing ever, thing lu the furniture line, 2. PER CENT LESS THAN OTHER HOI SES. The stock must be sold. Call and geiour prices, ha raroom 6*8 Broadway. IMPORTANT rn HOUSEKEEPERS. ARPEItt, FUR niture, Bedding, Ac., at reduced priors. Weekly or monthly payments taken at GREENE'S, ;i>4 Eighth avenue, corner i'wrnty-flfih street. ONTHLY OR WEEKLY PAYMKNTS?CARPETS, Furniture, Bedding, Ac. DEALY A CUNNINGHAM, 386 Third avenue, n??r Twenty-eighth street Prices lower than any other house In the city. (PAKE NOTICE-HAVING FITTED I P AT AN IVI I ntense cost the four storv private mansion I2t West Twenty-sixth street, near Sixth avenue, and heing compelled to dispose of the Furniture at baif original cost ?Parlor Suits, ? 7.V; rep Suits, #45; Bedroom Suds, w? nut, #41 Hi..ssi.? Carpels, from 30e per yard. U! KKKL>,A>D MO.V/VfM PAYMi.M^ I Mvi.v" rilrt F iirmliira. Carpels ami Hedaln -. at B. M. COW 1'fcK 1 tlW All's. 166 Chatham Street, bear Kcosvveit, M FINANCIAL,. A LARGE FUND OK $280,000 JUST PAID IN? Which will bft loaned on New York and Brooklyn Real Estate, and will buy Mortgages. Address ATTORNEY, box 81'J New York Post office. A SACRIFICE.?12 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR cash; $200,000 worth prime guaranteed Mortgagee, every me and price, one year and less to run. Address lor ten day* COMPULSION, Herald office. ITtOR SALE TEN PFR CENT CITY AND COUNTY J/ Bonds, hrst class securities, below par; alM Insurance and Bank Stocks, C'.lv Railroad Stock* and Bonds and an extensive variety of First Moitiag* Railroad 7 and 8 per cent gold Bond*, for aafe and profitable Investment, all at low rates, for aalo by ALBERT H. NICOLAY, Stock Broker ami Auctioneer. . 48 Pine *lreel, New York. N. B.?Slock* and Bond* not dealt In at tbe New York Stock Exchange Board a specialty with this bouse for many year*. First class board-in a fine location, oiyen for the loan of $1,000 for lour months, with good se curity. Address A. K., box 141 llerald nillce. Holders of Richmond county bonds of the Inane of 1884 and 1888 are required to present the name for registration at the office of Barton A Allen. Brokers, No. 411 Broad niroet. New York, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, be tween the hours of II and 3 o'clock, until July 21, 18.1. No. bonds or coupons of tlicso issues will hereafter bo paid un less registered. Dated Juno 1.1871. SAMUEL R. BRICK, Jr., Chairman Board of Supervisors of Richmond county. Important td borrowers. MONEY TO LEND WITHOUT EXPENSE EXCEPT INO EXAMINATION OF TITLE. Policy holders In the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the Ended Slates arc hereby untitled that they cau obtain loans directly from said society in sums of $5,000, $IO,OUb, $15,0(10 an l SIO.IHJO, en the security of bond and mortgage on brut clous dwellings and sterns In the cities of New York, Brooklyn ami Jersey City. Until further notice preference will lie given to policy holder* lit the society applying di rectly, without the Intervention of others. No applications will be received unless signed by the peisnu who oilers him self as bondsman. Money to loan-on bond and mortgage in New York anil Brooklyn. First and second inortraxM bought. C. ANKENGER, Utl Pine Btrc t, Money to loan-on bond and mortgage, tn New York and Brooklyn; first aud second mortgages bought. Apply to G. TOC'UMAN, Couuscllor-at-Law, No. 9 Murray street. Money to loan-on bond and mortgage, on Second Mortgage and on Building* In course of con ?tructlon. J. It. POWELL, 38 l'lue street, room No. 7. J^EW YORK. STATE RAILROAD BUND A first clas* home investment First Mortgage Gold Bond* of the Rondnut and Oswego Railroad. Principal and Interest payable in gold. Seven per cent semi annually. Tins road covers 100 miles ot tbe most dlrcut possible line between tho great Lakes and deep water navigation on the Hudson river, tbe whole line of which will he completed anil In operation on or before October 1, 1872, and give a new line of road to Lake Ontario aud the West, twenty-live miles shorter than any line that can be found. It passes through the cement, Hags ono and lumber region of Ulster county and the rich agricultural bottoms of Dela ware and Greene counties, all of which have not heretofore been reached by railroad facilities, and from which sections tbe formation "if the country prevents tho construction of a competing line. The thirty-six miles of road operated for three months is already paying net earnings equivalent to seven per cent, gold, on its cost of construction and equipment*. The issue of buud* Is limited to $20,000 per mile of com pleted load, the coupons payable In gold In this city. Price ot the Bonds 91 In currency. F ull particulars of the above, and the Bonds for sale by EDWARD IIAIGHT A GO., No. 9 Wall street, New York city. Financial Agents of the Konduut and Oswego Company. OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE | American Merchants' Inlon Express Company, 113 Broadway. Nfw York, May 17,1871. The directors of this company have tlds day declared a . irldend of $3 nor share, payable July 1, nest. The transfer hooks will be closed at 3 P. M. on the Kith -lay of June next, and reopened at 10 A. M. on the 3d day of July uext. By order of the Board. JAS. C. EAP.GO, Assistant Treasurer. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Trkabihiy Department,) Coi.DMIU.y, S. a, June 1,1871. ( The Interest maturing Ju'.y I, 1h71, upon tbe bonds of ?" - Willi ?? " ** the State of South Carolina will he pain in gold on and after J in y 1, at the banking house of H. II. klmpton, financial * i, No. 9 Nassau street. New York, and at Agent of the State, tbe South Carolina Bank and Trust Company, tu Columbia. at that time Tbe Interest maturing upon registered slock w*I be paid at the Treasury office only. NILES G. PARKER, St at" T reamer. OTaTK OF SOUTH CAROLINA.?TREASURY DKPART i i raent, Columbia, S. June 1, 1871 The Bonus of the state, amounting to $200,(KM, maturing July 1, le71, will b? paid on *n I after maturity upon presentation at tbe hank >f H. H. Klmpton, financial Agent, No. 9 Nassau lug house of . _ street. New Yorx, and at the Treasury office, in Columbia. NILES G. PARKER, State Treasurer. SEVERAL SUMS OF MONEY TO LOAN?ON CITY propeity, without bonus, or will purchase second Mort gages. Apply, with abstract of title, at 54 Wall St., room 18, The bonds of tiie west Wisconsin railway Company pay nine per cent per annum to the Invest >r, are scoured by a valuable lam! cant and all the property of the company. For aale at #0 anil accrued Interest' by (.WYNNE, ilOHNHON Jt DAY, No. 18 Wall street, and WHITE, MORRIS It CO., No. lb Wall street, where maps and further Information can be obtained. w ANTED-A FEW HUDSON RIVER (WEST SHORE) Railroad Uonilg. Inquire In store C7 Liberty street. TXTANTED $8,000, ON HIGHLY IMPROVED JERSEY V? property, one hour from city; small bonus wui be paid. Address W. A. S? Herald olllue. d?l enn WANTED?ON A LEASE; WILl PAY 26 ?pi.iJUlI per centayear on the principal and 10 p r ceut interest; good security. Address LOAN, Herald oilirp. nnn TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS fD.UUU on city Property. Apply to GOV. H., care of Subzbeuher A Schwer, 79 Cedar street. No broker*. <?il H nnn WANTKD-IMMEDTATELY; will pay OH'.t 1UU W 1,000 for same six months ami secure with real estate and personal property worth double the amount. Address URGENT, Hera d oOice. (JJ1 I WILL PURCHASE $20 000 FIRST MortT ?P1 \r*? I'M' cave, Iron works, wilbin 80 miles of New York, ousting $60,000; title perfect; money needed, ('all on or address Dr. LOVEJOY, 21 John street. $50 000 A? LOAN-ON BOND and MORTGAGE ' to (I, A. BILLS, No. 6J5 Pine streri. ?07 - aiut To LOAN-ON REAL ESTATE, IN ?tpgj I this city, or In Westchester county; liberal loans made on lirst cls?* city property. JOHN F. CON KEY, 162 Brou tw ay, room No. 8. LOAN ONPIC'Kh. At 77 RLKECKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, I P stairs-Highest cash advances on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, PIaiios, Ac., or bought, l'awubroacrs' 1 ickeis bought at 77 Bleecker street. t T jW7 BROADWAY, CORN ICR OF FOURTH STREET ? Liberal advances on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Si:k-, Camel's Hair Shawls, Laces and Personal I'ropertv oi every description. JAMES P. MATTHEWS American office-735 ?76,noo.?will buy on make advances on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Silver ware, Camels' Hair shawl*, Lacea, Valuables, Ac.; liighe?t price paid, J. II. HAKK1NOEK, 785 Kroadwav. opposite Astor place. A T WOLF BROTHERS', 886 BROADWAY', FORMERLY ! J\. AYR?Money loaned on Diamond.', Watches, Jnwelrv, Silverware. Silks, Life Policies, Fnsnltnre; particularly Pi anos ; private parlor for ladies. Take notice. ?Removed to 8'J >. \T J. A. JACKSON'S, NO.fi AMITY STREET, NEAR Broadway?Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Dry Goods and Personal Property or every description, same bought and sold. AT KO NASSAU STREET (FORMERLY CORNER Broadway and Fulton street). NEWMAN LEOPOLD j buys, seils >>r advances liberal v on Diamonds, Watches, je.t elrv, Life Policies, Merchandise and other Securities. AT L. BERNARD'S, ?0,J SIXTH AVENUE. BETWEEN Twenty-fourth and Twenty-dflb streets -Liner ul ad vances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and all kimlt ol goods. The same bought at their I ail value VT 57 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR WALLACE' tbeati j\ theatre, 1 nay (he highest price for Diamonds, Matches and Ji wr :rv, or advance on the SHiue. ISAACS, Diamond Broker, 67 Thirteenth street. AT THF. OLD ESTABLISHED OFFICE, IH NASSAU J\ street, yon can obtain ,lb?sal advances on Dlamon is, Watches. Silverware, Ac., or wll purchase tbem at their utmost valuation. A. HONIGMAN, Broker. KKAIIAM J. JACKSON, NO. I*" PRINCE STREET, near Broadway, leans money on Din n >n I*. Watch Jewelry, Sliveiwire, Silk*, Dry Goods, Wearing Apparel j and Personal Properly of every description. Private en- | trance, hall door. IT HYMAN'S, 658 BROADWAY, CORNER OF BOND aV street. -Liberal advances made on Diamonds and Watches. Silverware, Ac., or will pay the bigmst mar.,ct price for the same. lyroNKV loankd_on diamonds, watches, jew e'n and Silver Ware, and tut- same bought GEO. C. ALLF.N, 841 Broadway. tin NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE ?>?/ Liberal advances made on Diamond*, Watches, Jew e.ry and all kinds of merchandise. The *nme nought and ?Old. llAYMAN LEOPOLD, room No. I. (11 >? BROADWAY, NEAR TWENTIETH STREET, UP ? "1,1 stairs. Money advanced on Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry, Lace*. Sh.vwi*, Pianos, Ao.; same bought. Unre deemed Pledges for tale. A. C. HERTS, BROADWAY. AT H. B. MKLYILLE'S ? ? Jetvc rv and Coral Store, Plam Waich-s, \ altiab et stored for the sammer. Casli advance* on **m? it n-qmred It any amount. 1,191 Broa Iway. 1.191 Y ACHTS, STKAJIBIMTS, AC. BOATS Ft'H ft-i 5 u-o i. rttiK SALP sCHOONPR YACHT MAI Til . IN PRIME I1 or.hr: 4<i m< ? o M , 5years "id, tr.ee iw ? i.'ea . L angc J ol g. vd sevuiltlcS, W M. U. U. GLuYLlt, FOR MA1??. A CIGAR STORE, WITH STUCK, GOOD WILL AND , ,??? ompteie, for h ii?; receipts yi) per (lay. Adr dress bo* Il2 New York Post utliee. A?FOR SALE \ LOT OF SECOND HAND SAFES, ? at very low prices; all styles an 1 stzca on hand; sales exchanged. AMERICAN STEAM RAFE CO., 300 Broi4mF< A NO. I LIQUOR STORK FOR WALK EXCELLENT business location; extrsordln iry chance rlcht m?n; un doubtedly great bargain. Particular*23 Chamb> ri street. OEoKliE W. RIMERS' Store Agency. A SPLENDID INVESTMENT FOR SALE, EXCEL J\ lent corner Grocery; location unsurpassed; Inrjn cash trade; ehauce in thousand to make mousy. Particulars at tt Chambers it- GEORGE W. FIMKK8, Store Agency. AN old ESTABLISHED HAKEKV FOR gaf,E Great bos ness thoroughfare, receipts +i"i to ;4) pur day oyer counter. Particulars at 33 Chambers street. GEORGE W. SIMl.lt-, Store Agency. A GENTLEMAN'S FURNI8HINO STORE, FIRST , \ class, with a One selected imported (took; doing a lino biHineM; re.,soti lor selling, leav.ng tho city. Apply at 1,?J liroidwuy, UianJ Hotel. Cheap Ic mi. A NO. 1 RESTAURANT AND DINING SALOON FOIC J\ Mlo-Ritttgris location unsurpassed; excellent aland; make mooey; splendid Investment. Funicular* at 33 Cham bers <uie?t. UEO. W. 8IMKRS, Store Agoncy. A FIRST <'LASS GROCERY FOR SALE.?$?.Ul)0; ONE Ot the best local inns in the city; doing a good business; s ckness ? ause of sel.iug. BIGGS A SuN, SUB Broadway. A KINK LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE?DOINO A GOOD J\ business and In a good location; can be bought cheap for cash. Address II. If., Herald office. A FINE LIQUOR SALOON KoR SALE CHEAP? i. V. iSrtsi location In this city ; also down town Restaurants, Lunchrooms, Cigar Stores; a splendid comer Liquor Saloon to lei, luri.isii' it; Milliard Saloons, Barrooms. MITCHELL'S Store Ageuoy, 77 Cedar street. A BAKERY FOR BALE AT A KACRIFICK; OOOD J\ location; also Cont'd 'turneries. Saloons, corner Drug Stores, corner Groceries, Milk Depnts, Butter .Stands, Meat ilar .ets. M I'i'CIIELL'S Store Ag"ney, 77 Cedar street. SPLENDIDLY FITTED UP LIQUOR STORE FOR rale in Sooth Brooklyn; convenient to two ferries; four years'Lease .m l \ cry iow r-nt; will be sold cheap. Apply to the owner, 431 E m Nineteenth street, or to WILLIAM AIIBO rr, No. ti City Hall place, for tin eo days. A IJ ETCHER'S SHOP FOR SALE AT NEW BRUNSWICK, l> N. J.; cheap lease; the nnost In city; cheap, and no letter place In New Jersey. Inquire at F. II. PARKS' Hotel. ftMAR STORK FOR SALE CHEAP?WITH A LA ROB ' > back Room, suitable fur business or prlvat i purposes. 23 Catharine street. /tORNLR LIQUOR STORE O.N SECOND AVF.NUE KOR I rale?A great bargain: r?nt very cheap; price of Fix tures ; :itHJ. Call on C. IC. MA'. UU'.K, U'st avenue and Tblrty-lirsl street. DREG STORE FOR SALE-IS NOW DOING A LARGE and lucrative trade; is well stocked and handsomely titled; has been carried on by the present proprietor for the lust 'do years; It la an opportunity seldom offered; easy terms will he mode to a desirable party. Apply to WlcLIAM M. UILr.S, I -C.I Sixth avenue, corner I hlrtnouth ?tre d. l-tuuo sroRf; at auction.?james c. kadib, auc I * lloneer, will sell, on Friday, Juno SI, 1871, at It A. M.. the S.ock and Fixtures of dru,; store corner of Atlantic and Clermont avenues, Brooklyn. ip'ss; low rent; short distance fro n New York; cheap forcasn. Address box bid Post olllce, Elisabeth, N. J. T\RUG STORE FOR SALE?IN ONE OF THE MOST 1 ' ib slrabln locations In South Brooklyn; well stocked aui handsomely fitted on. Parlies desirous' or purctia" ng majr apply to T. J. WILLIAMS, with 3. F. Heury, No. ? College place, New York. DItI G STORE FOR SALE-DOING A SPLENDID businexs; rent only r-ilu per month, w.th three nlco rnomr, attached; price $2,000. Address SENNA, Herald olllce. ' 1 \R O STORE -IN IMPROVING NEIGHBORHOOD, UP 1 " town, west sole; only Ikl,1)00cash requhed; owner must leave town arid will give bargain. PAUST .c McCREADY, 71 Broadway. DRUG STORE FOR BALE-ONE OF THE HAND somext In Brooklyn; on one of the principal thorough fares ; reason for soiling, ill health. Address It. T., Branch llerold office, Brooklyn. ENGLISH ALE PIMPS, ONE FOUR PULL AND ONE J two pull, iu good order, for sale, at liiJ Madison street. I LTOR SALE-FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND FEED P Store, established 23 years; will be sold cheap, as a re cent accident prevents tin'owner trout attending toll: will sell House ir desired. Inquire of II. RANKEN, corner of Suuth Fourth and Tenth streets, Brooklyn. E. I). ITtOR SALE?'THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF THE P brsl class Tea and Grocety Store No. 1.4m Third avenue, now doing a splendid business; wiU be sold cheap. Apply on the nremiscs. I NOR BALE?AN OLD ESTABLISH Ft) corn Ml LIQUOR ' Store tu Seventh ward, with three yuan' Lease. In quire at u2. Monroe street. ______ ITtOR SALE?TUB LEASE, FIXTURES AND GOOD I' will, with or without S oek, of a liist class corner Lmuor vnre now doing a good business; will he sol i ua reasonsble terms. Apply to MATTHEW, KEUOJi A CO., 83 Broad way, New York. ____________________ I sOIt SALE ONE OF THE BEST CIGAR STORES IN 1 the city, with Slock, and Fixtures. 211 Hudson street. No agents. #" 1 'OR SALE?A CORNER LIQUOR STORE, ON SKCs f on I avenue; a good store. F ull particulars given. Ap piv to JAMES RE ILL i, im Madison sliest. SALE-A FIRST CLASS CIGAR STOKE, WITH OH . without Slock. Apply at W7 Bowary. l/?OR SALE?CARPENTER SHOP, DOWN TOWN. NEAR r rVaii s.rcet, mm; lease, cheap rent and plenty of room. Address CARPENTER, tioi 117 Herald ullice. fAOK HA EE?A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BOARD I I"; House, In complete order; goo.I location and doing a good busiucss; terms e:??y, as Uie owner is tearing the my. Address J. F., Ilerald offlce. I/OR SALE?THE STOCK, LEASE AND OOUD WIl,L OK I Hie Fosliay House Dining saloon. West street. 1/OR HALE-A TEA, COFFEE AND FINE GROCERY I Store; well established; handsomely lilted up; lias al ways doue a goiu cash tra ; worthy the attention of a No. 1 business man ; rent low. Addles* I'HAS, Herald olllce. IROR SALE -THE OLD ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT I and oyster Saloon, dtvt lllny full of boarders; the ownei has mado euoiiijh money to bond for himself. I JS Oreeu wi b street, New York. tr>OR SALE-RARE CHANCB-A HANDSOME AND I well appointed Drug and Prescription Store, desirably located on one of im- beet avenue* of W asnlnglon city, doing a fait i a-b business. For particulars address CHLORAL, hot j!u 1'ost oilice. iVanh ngluu, D. C. C10H SALE A WYE YEARS' LEASE of \ saloon 1 ami LI pior Slurp, opposite an uptown railroad depot: t> e Stock and Fixtures ?.n Included : the whole will be sold al a bargain. Apply at SW Eighth avenue JOHN BRAND IAN". I 'PR SALE CHEAP-AN OLI? ESTABLISHED GRO 1 cry Store with a nice Liquor Bar attached: or a partner wanted iviu about f boo casli. Inquire of B. t'lsUER, Fiaher N ils, tireenwich street, c orner Daane street. IDOE SALE OB EXCHANGE A FIRST CLASS BAKE I IV. ill the west side, tor a House ami Lot, within lorty minutes of New l ira. Apply to P. UAFF.NEY A CO., IMI3 Hurry. | VoR SALE OR i.Xl HANi.E?A VALUABLE STORM II Pb i r'y, i a> mt 1(1 per cent, will trade for a tirst;rlas? p vin ; Liquor Siore. Apply to P. GAFF'.N'E i A CO., Auction eers, ?r,3 Bowery. L'IKSI' CLASS DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT FOR l sale; doing an cscellent business for the post ill year*; local leal I ible; live doom irom Broadway; housu has IS rooms; in Hue or 'er krnt moderate. JAMES PRICE, -00 Hudson street. I Ease AND FIXTURES OF a MILLiNEKY STORE, 1 i with large Dwelling, am years eaiahiltned, and at present il ing a poiel paring ousinesa, will oe sold at asacrlhcelf applied for at once; satisfactory reasons for aelllug; no spirits nee 1 apply. Adlr.-sT. Y.JOHNSTON, Herat I uOlcc. J IQt'Olt STORE FOR SALE LEASE, FIXTURES, AC.; \ i one of Ihe beat on the North river s! le, reasons for sell In; civil. Ai p.yonthe premises, southwest corner Green w <?'i in ; Corliandt tlrreis, r to S riKLI.MJ A SON, lit! War ren street. () LD ESTABLISHED CORNER LIQUOR STORE, PO Ing p. mt bus ness, for sale cheap, dissolving partner h!p inquire at 'itw Chatham street. CHARLES BUSH. Htii oldest nut:.-; stokf in northern oHio J tor sole?Futures modern; satisfactory reis.uis for scll nu. t . s. MACKENZIE, 17#Superior su, Cleveland, Ohio. rj'O HOTEL KEEPERS. ?Fit1 TV ROOMS, FULL AND J fin y furotsi.ed; lease: BAjhi) per year; At.tMQ.caeh re ?;ii i - I. A lio a Furnished House for sale or to let. Apptv at Hi'.' Broadway, Stuyvesant House. .11 At *1 IN Kit\ ? I LARGE NUMBER OF BOILERS ON HAND, NfW . \ a.id second hand, for ?* e cheap. Applr to ALEXAN DER C A Li LDW ELL, Holler Mariu, act lily, Newtmig, N. X., or WARD A BTANTON, bj John street. Machinery for sale cheap?to close a trust; Lathee. Drills, Ac. Apply at the machine shop, corner o, First avenue and I wcnty-iuurth street. CTEAM ENGINES, BOILERS. PUMPS, AND ALL kinds of Machinery at low price*. TODD A RAKF'EKTY, lu Barclay street. Works, PaUrson, N. J. ____ W ANTED?ON E SECOND HAND FOOT LATHE, FIVFI >V feet long, six irich head, with slide rest, must be in good order. Address, stating lowest price, POWNES, Herald utl.ee. _ Uf ANTED?A MODEL STEAM ENGINE. IN WORK In.order Address, staling sue and price, C. J. R., 101 West Tenth street. DENTbTttYt i WHOLE >ET OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH AT $\ ft . \ an I lyl.'i, teeth fliled at $1. All work warranted at Dr. WHITE'S, 7?5 Sixth uvrnue, corner Waver ley place. 'pi;ni i xrRACTi D v. iriioi r pain i? u.aks, bk JL numbing application; gas administered. HeaolJ.'u" leerh. At Sfefe. y 10, P ?tuifrt !<tr ho/ ow cheeks Seu re' [)? ie J.JAY VlLty.W, .ha Gran I street, near Broadway. I >I.Mo\AL -COLLEGE of HERALDRY. FROM Wl < t ? I SJI toTtH itioadway, New *orb III NKY IIAYR. pro) He' >r Coats Of arms round, paiuted aud engravedi strait aj. '