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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 12J24. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1871.-WITI1 SUPPLEMENT. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
"ECTORY FOR ABVKRTISERS.
AMUSEM3N I'ri.-'-'tuoid) Page?Fourth, fifth and sixth
COllUQUS.
A?TRoL< m. v?P kcomi PAOK-Fourtli column.
B/LLI AKI)S -Fit nr Pack? Sixth column.
BOAKD ANI) LODGING \\ ANTED-SEOOSID PAGE
Mr it column.
BOARDERS WANTED Beoonh Paof?First column.
J ROOKLYN BOARD?Sliio.Mi Paoi:?First column.
BROOKLVN REAL. I STATIC FOR bALE-SKVENTH
Paok?Fifth column.
BUSINESS opportunities tiKCONV Page?Fourth col
umn.
BUSINESS NOTICES-Fiktii Pagf?Sixth column.
CI'IY Hi:All EC TATE FUR .SALE? SEVENTH PACK-Fifth
column.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?SEVENTH Page?Third and
fourth roluirm
CLOTHINO?.Skco.ni> PaoB-Third co.umc.
CUACII.M EN AND UARDJSNEK.S-S*yjuviu Page?Fourth
column.
OOA8TW13K steamships?TniK1> PAGE-Third and
fouith colnmna.
COPAKTN ERS HIPS?RboOHD PAGE?Fourth column.
COUNTRY BOARD?8koOM> Paok?Second column.
DENTISTRY ?Tiiiri> Page?Fmutb column.
DWELLING l?CUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN
furnished?Third Page? Second column.
kuropkan i TKA.MSKIPS?TillRi> PAOB?Third column.
BUROfK?Tilth!) PAUK?Fourth column.
EXCURSIONS Tnuto Paof?Fourth oolnmn.
FINANCIAIi- -FiWf Page? Fifth nu l sir.tu columns.
fireworks laiitu Paor? Fourth column.
EJNk AIM'S?Tiiikii I'aok Ki'si uolniuu.
?"OR SALE? f>KooNit Paok Third column.
FURNISHED KOOMS and apartments to let?
Tiintn Paoi: Second column
FURMTt K''.~Suc.onh PaoB Sivth column,
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS- SjtVBNTH PAOE-Flflh
column.
HELP WANTED? MALES?Seventh Page?Fourth col
umn.
HELP WANTED?FEMALES-Kevknth Pag* Third
column.
llORSEs, carriages, AO.?FIRST PA.iK-Sccond, third,
fourth and tiftli columns.
HOTELS?Siw,oni> Page?Second column.
HOUSES, ROOMS, ,la, WAN TED?SEOOND Page?Sixth
column.
INSTRUCTION?SBcowff Page?Third column.
JERSEY CITY, HOBOKKN. HUDSON I1TV AND BRR
OEN KlAL ES'I ATE FOR SALE?Seventh Paok
Filth column.
LOAN OKHUKS- Kiiuit Paok?Sixth eolnmn.
LOST AND FOUND ? l'lKBr Page?First column.
MACHINERY- Skconii Paok Fourth column.
MARHLE mantels?Skuoni> Page?Taintcolumn.
MkdihaL- Rkoonii Paok- Fifth coiumn.
MISCELLANEOUS advertisements-Tenth Page?
Fifth and sixth columns.
miscellaneous- Seventh Paor Sixth co'.umn.
MUSICAL* Sk<!qni> Pasb?Sixih column.
PERSONAL FI118 T PiOB First column.
FIANUFOHTES--SKnoNn Paok?Filth column.
PROPOSALS?Fibht Page?-SIxih column.
PROPERTY OUT OF 1IIK CITY FOlt SALE OR TO
RENT Sr.vfntd Paok?Fifth and sixth columns.
REAL ESTATE 'TO exchange?SEVENTH PAGE?Sixth
column.
REAL ESTATE WAVTED?SBVItNTU rAGB-Slitb col
unin.
RtSTA UKANTS?TruBn Paok-Fourth column.
ERWA ltD,->? Fihht "aok?First and second columns.
SALES AT AUCTION ?TuittP Paof?First column.
SITUATIONS WANTED FKM ALES-SHVEK ru I'AUR
Kirnt. second rn.i third columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?hKV lntii Page?
Third column.
RPEClAL Ntl'J'llll.S- Fittir P.vok?Second eolnmn.
SPORT IN; J? DOGS, HI it US, Ao.-Fibbt Fade?Second
column
STRAW GOODS-Kn st I'aok?Sixth column.
SUMMER h!'"s>OKT8?Skconu PaoK?Second and tblrJ col
umns.
THE TRADES?Sbvi.nth Paob?Fifth column.
THE Tl'RF?Fittn'r Paok?8cnond column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PUltPOSES-TniBD Page?
Second column.
travellers' GUIDE?Thibii Paok?Fourth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND apartments TO LET?
Timsi> Paok Second column.
WATCHES, .JEWELRY, Ac?THIRD TAGE?Second col
umn.
VINES, LIOUORS. 4o.?SRCON? Paok Third column.
Yachts, steamboats, a^.-Ftbet Paob-sinUi column.
^ HKHAII) BRANCH OFFICE?UP TOWJf.
A DVERT18EMKNTR FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
JncEIVED AT BUANCH_OFFICE,
1,246 BROADWAY,
TIIHKE LOOkfj ABOVE IIUR1 Y-FlKbT STRhfeT. "
ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M.
TILL BP. M. EVERY DAY IjT TnF. YEAR AT OFFICE
RATES. NO EX 1RA CHARGE OF ANY KIND.
PEUSOWAIi.
ANY PERSON KNOWING OF THR WHERtiA BOUTS
Jft between April 10 und 16, or of the rll'ocIs of FcrdiD.-iud
vcth >? if. irom Woidcn, tic.miuiy, will picas* call at Wand
?8 Woitti e'.rect, up fairs.
ANNIK-WIIEKE AND WHEN CAN I MEET YOU
without fuillntf f F. W. D.
e.
DKt"
-LF.ITKR RECEIVED; ALSO ONE FROM SISTER.
As ever. B.
EAR L. YOUR KIND LETTER RECEIVED. WILL
there. L. CONSTANT.
1)
OLLV. ?HAVE WRITTEN YOU TWICE. NO AN
?wi r. V. W. P.
TF WILLIAM LEE IS STILL I 1VINO HE WILL OHLIGR
JL by writlut: to tli - person iu whom be was interested, giving
Els present uiiili cs#.
IF THE TO UNO LADY COING IN STEWART'S DRY
gon'*H st .]?> on Thursday, at H A. M., would ii!;e tho
?c luii'ntaiirc ot Ihr? / ontlcinr.n, with paper, whom flhe re
co^tiir.cd, please oddreaa box I6ti Herald oUicp.
M
RS. C. C. HARTNETT?CALL AT THE STt RTE
vnnt for papa Immediately.
IIO "1 LOVE YOV."?MY "B 8" \RE RESERVED.
TUE YLH1TABLE B 3.
V
TASUI.NG10N, JUNE i?, U A. M.
WEE PARSONS?Pit AY L'.T MF. HEAR FROM YOU.
1 am worried t<i Jenih abo it yju. L> ttcr irom Scot
land. _
VACHl RACE.?WII.L the LADY who BOWED TO
3L gentleman as sl.a jot off Sleepy hollow on the Brooklyn
bMc, plcaso nisttte time-and piaco ?.k..o an interview c*u
be ha'!/ Address box 157 Herald olllec.
E SEE UIM, AT HIS
OCC-IF you VALUE lif
^itjrJ room, Sturtct-ani House.
F
TOST AMI FOUND.
OUNT?IUNE 19. NEAR PERRY STREET, POCKET
t'ook <out tlnluK tnJimy. Apply al't.-r 7 P. M. ut 41 Urcsn
Ich avenue.
IOST-IN GOING FROM THE OFFICE OF JAY
J Cooke A Co. to Metropolitan National Hank, a check
drawn 1/ Drexel, TVinthrop A t'o. to D. W. & Co., or bearer,
for ten thnnssud dollar* gof,l $jn,titOf, No 1,111. All persons
aic cnuttoncd ncalnst ncsutl'tlmi: the *arae. as iiavment bns
bi cn (Hopped. DREXEL, W1NTI1ROP A CO., 18 Wall St.
NKW * obk, June itt), 1H71.
OST-ON thursday MORNINC. JUNE 8, A SKYE
_J Terrier; ausweis to the name of Pnoch. The linger
frill be liberally rewarded by returning Mm to No. 1 East
thirty-eighth street.
I
Ti??I. ON? *'kONESDAY AF1ERNOON, BETWFEN
J J live and six o'clock, n.thrr m a Uroadwav utir e nJ
Broadway .Fourteenth street and Sixth avennc. a lady's Oo"d
Cl.a.n. w.tl, P n and hy attached. The tlndef w'll be
Ilbnaliy rewarded at llie Launoy iiuiisc, 194 Slit!, aveuii*
mnd no questions asked. ?veuu?,
IOST?.TLNE 1(1 OR II, OOISfl FROM FORTY
J seventh to Forty-ninth street and Sixth avenue to
tteventh avcnrn and !? ??r!y-tig1itU u rmi Maikut, tivu Safe
Jleys. Tho tinder ivtll bo liberally rewarded at lUi West
Forty seventh street.
Iost-on" tvksdaV, ma, at tub clabbmon?
i Hotel, a biack Laeo bliiwl nlui'?,> ?'<' roturur.t# it to
fMITU, 3iU BleccKer itre^l, n siiitilTc rewsc' wIU be rn!J.
Insx -a (;oi.n PATES 1 AKOROR, Moll WATCH
J chain, yesterday morning, w.?lkisitf fioin per 13 En?t
river to Front i<troot, via South ?n l iVull atreeta Tho tinder
*111 lie renin dod ll' value l>y calling at ibtp St. Nark, pin'
1j E ibt river.
ttmVAElW. ? . .
|e BBWAEP, LOfP) w im>> :>i> , v. IM Tin: \ E?
5p?.l tl. ity oi Qfbuiricy Perk, a small Llac'; an it Inn frn.alo
1-oj', with eoll.T of l r i?i liells. The above reward will ho
paid on returningber to IM Ea*t Tweny lirst streci.
felA REWARD. -LOST, \ SMALiL BKVB rERRIEB
iff111/ Bi:eh. The above reward will be paid on lti return
lo No. 212 li.vt Fourteenth s'reet.
<t>ll\ HKWAIID. -LUST. ON TUB ?18T INST., FROM
WJ." ' lf:8 VI'n.^t I'orty-tifth street, a (mall white Trnv r
Cog, sheared up to the loie should'.is.
REWARD?ANT) NO QUI r-TIONS ASKED, TOR
ijp.it" return of PncKetbook. with content*, nay nix cou
pons, ij-VO each, of St. .In* i h hii I Denver t:tiy Railroad Com
any; Ma.e p.uers and a bunch of keys, lost on steamer
CdtiCld on till In*!. I'livun'iit of crup<*nt'stepped.
W. I'. CONVERSE A CO., A Fine street.
V
<J>4)A REWARD.?LOST, uS WEDNESDAY, !isf
?]p^U Innl., tn r.i m'n^ Irom Thomas' C? ntral Park fiarrfen
Concert, a gold Watch and < linin. The tinner will I'ontcr a
favor by leaving Rat 'Mil Hroadwav, in the music store. and
rncelVb the above reward. No question] anked.
$?!,- REWARD,?1<0 ST, A POrKF.TlloOK WITH if 1*0
^>) l.i I nlted States curremv,', bi tweeu Klvin;t >tt, 1\>
lanic.y, FUlrl Ige, I.udiow, Hounton, aveiiun A nnil Fourth
?treei. 'lie holiest limler U re ,untcd to leave the &ama at
ST> Fourth s'rect, between avenues A and B, In tt?c butcher
?hop. A. HI.AIT.
?l) - M WARD.-LOST A SOLITAIRE DIAMOND PIN,
i-1? i'i en implied. Address box 0,<79 Post ofllte, or
?all at iOti llroadway, ruom ib, from 1 to 2 1'. M.
|AC RJ v. U.I) Ti E FINDER Of \ LADY'S GOLD
?TI Watcb, attached to Mack chain will receive (ho
vt ove reward, and no questions a*ked, liv returning II to B.
I'lT ZOI'.RaLD, Hit; 1'iarl slrert, limrtli Ooor.
C?r.(\ RKWAHD. STOI,KV, ON .11'NF 81, A DARK
?IT*/" Uay Horse, 1 - hands or room; tumor on rlgbt fore
leg near the bndy; tlso top WatfOO, newly painted olaek ;
tnon't^ram; ruuning part rtrlpei, line wnlto etrlpe. The
?hove reward will be paid for their return to A. ROWE.410
?test 1 liirt.r-foiirth stieet, or for Information that will lead
to the same.
A-$V? BBWARD aiVI N FOR IN KORM ATION COX
? cernlnKtlie bo iy of James llrnnoek, a ymini; innn, 28
y arn old, win trII nvtl'honrd oil the sloop Iniiustry, on
VednenilM?, ihe 21st liKiant, In tlie Kwarh channel, near
Ktaten Island shore. Description -Heljit. o feet !?; light
eoinp'citon. innnn'.li fare; had on netted underthlrt nni
drawers, also overa'ls and ovevHblit. Anv Information will
lie thankin!ly received by Mr?. IIKONOCK. IW7 Wiit Forty
?Islb street.
REWARD!*. _
PINKEKTON'3 NATIONAL DETECTIVE AOENCY, 66
Exchange place, New York, with branch offices In Phila
delphia cud t hica.no, and correspondents In otb?*r cities. I* at
i. II time* amfily prepared ta transact any kind of legitimate
dctdlive busliu la.
t? FECIAL NO'l'iC'KW. ^
A ?A ? PERSONS WHO ARIi INSURED IN OOOD
JV. lile insurance companies, and who do not desiro to
Mirreniler their | olielr* by an absolute sale, can borrow tbe
surrender value ul' lh' ir policies by applying at lusurancu
Agency, 87 Liberty street.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS, 3HOE8, TRUNKS
and Vanse* at tlie Great Family Shoe Emporium. ?X)
bonny, corner of Bond street, sellim: 20 per cent below
Bruadwoy price*. W. I>. HIOELOW.
BOBtoRT JRW1N.
A -A OFFICIAL DRAWINGS.
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES.
KHN1UCKT? XXTIt.V OI.A8U NO. 985 -JUNK 23, 1871.
43, 4/, 75, 13, 68, 19, 1, 14, 7U, 20, 05. 66.
AI.AIIAMA?KXTKA CLARB SIS - JUKR 22. 1871.
73, 16. 44, 48. 36, 21, ?, 62. 4?, 66, 69. 28,
FADVliAH-CLASS NO. 216 ?JUNK 22, 1871.
78, 17, f>6, fi, 14, 53, 83, ?7, 80, 75, (C 61.
KENTUCKY <!|.A( tl NO. 396?JUNE 23, 1871.
62. in, 46. 45, 72, 11, S3, 40, 80, 44, !I5, 87.
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky.
J. CLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway; box 4,969 Post office.
A?A.?"W1LM1NUTON LOTTERY."
, Extra supplementary.
CI. AbB 499-DRAWN at W M., JUNE 22, 1871.
74, H, 71. 28, 6*, 7(1, 32, 76, Si), 13. 42, 66.
CI. ANB 5110- l'UAWN AT 6 P. M., JUNE 22, 1871.
43, 62, 59, 29, 16. 16, 73, 44, 12, 80, 63, 8.
LUi'llF Jt CO., Brokers, 240 Greenwich s reel.
BATUE & BKU., PLl'M IEKS. BTEAM AND GAS
V/? Fitter*, 344 Fourth avenue, northwest corner Twenty'
lifi.lt struct. New York. Plumbing, Steam nud Oas Fitting on
ilia most approved principle; repairing done on reasouablo
terms.
'EORGE WILKES ON THE COMMUNE.
J
A graphic ami most interesting Letter.
SEE THE SPIRIT OK THE TIMES,
out to-day.
Alio contains:?
Jerome Park Races,
Tlic Championship Billiard Match,
and all the late spoiling New*.
Notice to bankers and hkokers?draftno.
121 for ?1,1)00, at 60 day*, drawn by Winchester Re
{ea'.lng Arms Company, New Haven, on Having Bros. A Co.,
ioudon, has been stu.cn or mlilald. Ail persons are can
Hone I auaiust ne^ot.sting name, as payment has been
?topped. PiilLiP S. JUSTICE, c'liil street, N. Y.
Notice owners of propkrty on third ave
ntie, from Fourteenth to Forty-fourth streets.?You are
Invited to attend a meeting at Hi and 160 Third avenue, be
tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth stri ct*, on Friday, Jiius 23,
at lit o'c.ock 1*. M., to protect atalnst th-j assessment tor
paving Third avenue, from Fourteenth to Forty-fourth
?trcet, iin.l to tuke any action necessary in reference
thereto.
?VTOTICE.?ALL PERSONS WHO MAY HAVE WIT
J i ip ssed tlio accident to a young man from car No. K2,
Third Avenue railroad, on the evening ot May 24, 1871, will
cntera tavor by attending Coroner's Inquisition tins day
(Fi l lay, June 23,1S71, at 10 o'clock A. M., room No. 11 City
11 all. HERMANN CANTOR.
Royal Havana lottery.- -full offical draw.
Incs received of Juao 15 by JOSEPH BATES, 1J4
Broadway.
ROYAl. HAVANA LOTTERY OF CCfiA.?MAY 80,
13.544 drew $100,000, gold. Kentucky, Class 391, Noh.
62, 19, 46, drew S828.fun. A Herders promptly attended to and
circular* sent by addressing BALKY A CO. .old established
office.), 174 Broaiwny.
.
THE
TELEORaIu CARTOON
r TO-DAY.
WIUT D<)~ YOU THINK
OF THE
NEW DEPARTURE?
LOOK OUT LOOK OCT
FOR THE
80. EVENING TELEGRAM. JC.
SPOKTING-DOGH, HIKDS, AC.
AN ENOLISH BREECHLOADING shotgun and a
fine Trout Rod wantei. Address, with particulars and
ln?rAit nrlu. H R H KC111.0 ADE K. Herald otic*.
Born1 cochins for sale-three hens and a
ltiio?ier(the largest la the State), or will exchange It.am
for full bred Leghorn Fuileia. Address leghorn, Herald
office.
F'IRAN CIS BUTLER, NO. 8 PECK BMP, HAS ALL THE
choice bree 's of Butler's Infallible Mange Cure
and Plea Exterminator, 75c.; Butler's new work, $2. Do^s
bo.irde.l, trained, Ac. Medicine* for all disease*.
J7IOB SALE?ONE OF THE FINEST SETTER DOGS IN
" tho Slate, thoioughly broken; pries $150. Apply at 83
Front street.
I .''OR PALE A DOUBLE BARRELLED SHOTQUN. Id
? bore, with an extra pair of rille barrels, in perfect or
der. To M wen at 8MBS .t KIS8AM'S,27S Broidway.
I70R BALE-TWO BLACK AND TAN DOGS; ALSO A
. nlo; Scotch T< rrler, one year oH, five pounds: a'so a
curiosity of a Russian Dos. '*3 West Fifty-second street,
Club House.
Al/"ANTED A SETTER DOO THOROUGHLY BROKEN;
}\ a good rctrlr>v. r ou land and water. Address, stating
price and qualities, A. B., Herald oflleo.
_ THE TUItP.
efleetwood PARK, SATURDAY, JUNB 21, 187L?AT
f 3'v o'eloek : stake o" *S50.
AM'. Whltson's b. g. Dick.
M. S. Curry'* eh. ff. Mobawlr.
Wll.lam MrT /berts' oik. g. fountry Foy.
II. B. Kofi's eh. it. Tom MeMnmiis.
P. ? alien's ch. ni, Lady Houier.
M. McNantara'l br. ni. Katie.
J. m eck's e. in. Nel.ie Grey.
Mile heats best 3 In 5 In harness.
SAME DAY.
Ma1 cli, for $1,(100.
D. PfrilTer' Rlcbaid M. Tweed.
if. N. Ferguson'* Slight Kyes.
Mile hca?', he t 2 in 3, to w.ifrons.
Trr.lnn.l v Haiiem tlailroad, leave '1 wenly-slxth struct at
U -.30A. M. and 2 :3U P. M.
P. J. M. VAM CORTLANDT,
D. TallMAN. Fresldeot.
Superintendent.
?pROSPECT FABK FAIR grounds.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24.
Pnrse i7,i.
Free for hordes tiiat never boat three minute*.
Maine day? Purae $76.
Kree for liorses that never beat 2:50.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE St>.
Purso $100.
Freo for horses that never beat 2:4rt. ?>
Entrels to eloao on the track on Saturday, June 24, at 2:30
P. M. All t<> be mile heat*, bent In five, to harness.
rpROTTIM(J.?FLEETWOOD PARK, saturday, JUNE
I 24, l>,71, match $1,000. Dan l'lifer names brown horse,
IUcb.ird M. Tweed, (J. N. Ferguson name* bay mare Bright'
Eyes, m It aud repeat, to wagon*; 3:3J 1'. M.
IIOKSE8, C'AIlHIAOEH, AC.
t ioRII TO THE WISH, AC.-"JUDGB IOB Y')l'R
JV ?e'.f."
It you want a good, reliable lop or no lop Wagon,
It you want a pretty top or t:o top Pony Phaeton,
If you want a handsome, light No. 1 Rockaway,
If you want a D. p't. lload, Jwgger or ilus!n< ?* Waeon,
If you waut th? be?i Harness for the money In the world,
JI jon want SadilitS, HilHles, Fsltfrs, Net*, Sheets, Ac.,
or the Sii' *t selection of Lap Ro' e; in tv,? fl'f,
and if yon don't wnnt v ?. .?
to pay tlie faney pries asked, be sure to call at
r>* Liberty *treet, JOHNSTON ? VAN TA^SELL,
"Juige tor ,vO",rtfl'f." j? LlSfertJ?
i TiiARKEft A hAMLIN'S CIT\ auction MART AND
J\ Jin? Vork Taltersail*, corner of Broadway aud Ttyirtv
ninth atreet, ou Saturday, June 21, nt 12 o'clock, positively,
Without ris. ive, the celebrated well known and fart buy
trotting tlcldlng New llsiupshli o Boy, aired by Toronto
Chief ; etlra line, tree and ele ?nt driver; r xtra stylo and ac
tion; trotted this spring al Fleetwood Park In 2SW*
and 2 iS4 : Is a great roadster niidcin be driven by a lady,
an I w.uranb d soun ! and t.'nd, run bo ic.ii aud examln'-d
at iho mart any lime pfevloue io :?le.
A PONY PHABfONS. ALL STYLES, FRO* f 120 UP;
^V, Depot Wagon', new an ! oocond hand; lop and no tup
Kxprem wagons, all sizes, ' up; one elegantLandan.
trimmed with brown cloth, at a bargain; two Stiver*top
Wagons, three Dttsenbnrv A Vna lb-.'?r Hoai Wagons,
noarit new; twd reoon I lisn 1 niViti. one M0?in.1 hand dlx
ac.it I'haeton, Harness. Sheets. 1<1 inketn, NtH, Robes, Ae.
W. H. t; It AY, 20 to i) Woostar strest.
Ft'LI< LINE LIGHT ROCKAWAYS. DEPOT WAGONS.
extension top Phaetons, lad;es' Pony l'haetou* and
ever? ft\le seasonable Carrisr.e* at vety lowest popular
prices. MANUFACTUKliKS' UNION REPOSITORY,
S38 Br< adwujr.
AN ELEGANT HALF TOP BRETT AT A BARGAIN.?
Park Pbaeton*, Victorias, t'ottpe Riicaaways, and every
Other ?tylo ?i'a*"iib'e Oarrlaire, at lowest popul.ir price*.
MANUFAOIUKEKS' UNION KHPOStSOHY, tilfe Broadway.
"i HOnSB, BUtiiif, DEPOT WAGON, FARM CART,
J\. very ulir,i)>; *liililng top cltv bul>t buggy Wagon, llui
neas, two neut dopot Wason. 14 West Fortieth street, next
to church.
\ PARK phaeton. IN OOOD ORDER, JOHN R.
j'V Lawrrnco make : a turn out sent Wagon, a top Wagon;
also a ?ct of >ln;le Harm ss, a n t of I no double Harness, for
sule cheap, a', private stable No. 2 East Thirty-seventh str> at,
ADVICB.?BBFORB aomo TO the COUNTRY pro
vide Willi remedies for your iiorses. Apply lo Dr.
WILLS, 15 U?kt I'orty-fourili street. Nunquatn n.n pa
ratite.
A ?DOCTOR'S FOt'R-WUKKL OIG PKASTONSl A
J.l ? specially. A. H. KLANDIIvU, Canlage l<ui:der, No.
7 1 ?*t l'.iglit< cnth street, near Fifth avenue.
A
A SECOND HAND SIX-SEAT phaeton and ROCKA
way, several acta Double Harm s-, assortment new Car
riages anil IIhi u's*. selling off cheap to clone bualiieaa.
TAILOR, fiit Cedar street
A STILISH PAIR OK ROUND bay CARRIAGE
Horses. It) hands; alio a handsome thoroughbred Sad
dle Horse, for sale rhcap. Address J. I'., box 121 Herald
Uptown Branch olllce, 1,24ri l roadway.
A -for SALE, A HANDSOME BROWN HORSE, l&
, hands I Inch, with a long, (lowing uiane anrtt il; alio
, f.n,t; tiye-ir* old ; soun1, kin I mid true In s!r,?ie or double
I harne^a. Can be seen at 47 Ureal Jones stre> t, Talma..'*
i iialiiea.
IIOIlSKfS CARIUAOKM, tkC.
AN UNRE8ERV D, rEREMPTOPY AND SPECIAL
SALE. ON FRIDAY (THIS DAV), JOSK 21. AT
STABLE 43 URIC AT JONES STREET, AT 10 O'CLOCK.
F.ve Ins Horses, one tour-whe?l?d Dog Cart, liy Wood
Bros.; one Tliiiury or l'ght two-wheeled Dog Cart, by Brew
ster, of Broome street; on* fine Road Wauoc, fcy Brewster,
01 Broome street; two ben of Double Hnrnens. by Duni
comh; one lino Dog c.nt. harness gold mounted, or Low
deu: light road Harness, Sheets, Ne'.a, Ac., Ac.
Handsome, stylish, (.'eutsel hihI line dark client nut Horse,
16v< high. 8 venrn old, sired by Ethan Allen, daiu by Bashaw,
and raised by M. Roe, ls'i-; be has trolled In 2 :i"i3; Is extra
fine driver; sate and re'iable; fears nothing and Is warrant
ed sound and kind.
Ilnndsomo bey Horse, 15\tf blgb, 8 years old; raised In
Kentucky; stylisli, gnuiv, free aud easy diiver; fuar.i no
thing : na e, reliable and ranld and can trot fast and Is a great
roadster; warranto I sotin I an t kind.
These twd homes have neen driven and used together, and
make the most stylish and genteel team for dogcart, phaeton
or trotting team that jioes Paric or road: they need no cbcck,
can trot In 3 :l(l together and are honest and well behaved,
eltl.er single or double.
Together with four-wheeled Do peart, reversible seat, by
Wood Kros., In perfect order, and Harness, by Dunscombe.
Fine large mahogany hay Coupe Horse, lti high, 7 years Old,
*4 thor Udhbred, raised in Kentucky; is extra fine actor,
stylish nnd genteel; has no vices aud cannot be outstyled;
warranted sound nnd kind.
Together with Tilburv, or light two-wheeled Dogcart, l>y
Brewster, of Broome street, nearly naw, nnd Harness to
match. by Lowdeu ; Whin, by Callow, of London.
Extra handsome, lutelliceni and line jet black 1'ony Horse,
nearly 15 high. 8 yearn old, raised by the Hon. W. II. Howard j
has tiren used and driven I y ladv and children on Parlt and
road: is a perfect pet, fears nothing; fast travel er and line
saddler; is one of the best broken aud handsomest in the
city; warranted sound and kind.
Also I'ony Phaeton, Harness, Ac.
Also the f.ist Trotting ilorso Planet, raised In the State of
Maine and sired bv tho Knox horse, 15,'v high, 7 years old;
he showed 2 :1W at ltannor at time of purchase, and has been
used hy a private gentleman tho last \ ear expresH'.y for road
use and is Improving rapidly in speed, and can show a 2.30
gait, and in condition can trot a mile and repent In ?.35; lie
I* a l;ne, free and plensant driver; dees not lug or: ret and
Is blah-headed and genteel; lor gentleman s road horse he
ban rrw equals ; warranted sound ami kind.
Together wlili lignt Trotting Wagon by Brewster, of Broome
street, in perfect order an i nearly new; Harness, <to.
All of this stoek is the property of a private gentleman, a
brolur, who retires from business and Is going abroad; Is
first clans and wairauted In every particular, nnd the horses
?re worthy of special attention, an they are well broken,
hardy, rugned and sccllmated and fit for Immediate and
every day use. Full particuaiars at sale, atltl o'clock prompt.
JOHN L. VAWDBWAT^R, Auotloneer.
At the auction house of
JOHNSTON A VAN TABS ELL,
OOlce and salesroom .'17 Nassau street,
opposite the Post olllce.
HOUSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART,
110, 112 AND 114 EAST 1GTH ST., NEAR 4TH AVENUE,
REGULAR SALE OF HOP.SES AND CARRIAGES
EVERY TUESDAY AND FttlDAY.
24 to 4.s hours given purchasers to tat warrantees.
CATALOGuE OF SALE THIS DAY (FRIDAY),
AT 12 O'CLOCK. OWNERS' descriptions.
THE SUPERB COUPE OR DOGCART HORSE .MAJOR,
hands, 1 years old; bright bay, very high, stylish action;
warranted perfectly sound, kind and gentle In all harness
and without spot or blemish.
AN ELEGANT TWO WHEEL TOG CART, built by
Fetcrs, of London, as good as new; u set ol brass mounted
Tandem Harness, just imported; Stable illankets; Red lord
cord Driving Aprons, Ac., .u\. tba property of Mr. HENRY
PROUBE TAYLOR, who is leaving lor Europe.
TEAM WELL BRED I!AY MARES, full sisters, sired by
COLUMBUS, out of an Arabian ninro, 14Jd hands, 5 and <
years; good, prompt, tree drivers, in 3::?) sure; one trots In
2 :tU ; lady can handle thnrn witli ease; wan anted Bouud,
kind and true.
FAMILY ESTABLISHMENT.
VERY FINE SoRREL TEAM suirel Horses; long Cow
ing manes nnd tails, American Star stock, hands,7 aud 8
yeais; stylish, last travellers; in every respect a lirst class
family team; kind and trua; together with Victoria, made
by Quimby, in good order, and set Lowden Double Harness,
Kol.e.j, Ao.
VERY HANDSOME BROWN MARE, U)i hands, 7years,
stylish. vory fast traveller, not afraid of ?nythtng; In every
respect a lirnt clash animal; ? arrantcd sound, kind and true;
together with Top Pony Phaeton (high wheels) and set ol
Harness.
ST , LISH RAY PONY, lSIf bands, 8 years: trots In 3:30;
can lie driven by lady ; wairauted sound, k'nd and true.
Very STYLISH BROWN HOUSE, ir>y. hands, 8 years;
fast traveller, afraid of nothing; can he drivt it by any one;
fine for family use; war:anted sound, kind and true.
LIGHT Tot' WAGON, built by Dusecbury A Van Duzer,
In ejwl offer,
BRIGHT SAY PONY MARE, long tiiai.e ana tali, 14
bands, 1 years; stylist', good traveller, warranted sound,
kind and trite.
VERY STYLISH SORREL HORSE, long mane snd tall,
16 bands, 7 year*; trola in " :W; superior for Indy's driving;
fears nothing; warranted sound, kind and t-ue; together
with no top Road Wagon, built by Vandeguw, and Harness.
DARK BROWN HORSE, Bonhtiw stock, lone inaiio and
tall, IbM hands, H yean; very stylish traveller; trots In 8
minutes; can be driven by lady; sound, kind and true.
BAY PONY MARE, long mane and tall, 14hands,7years;
very stylish, good driver; sound, kind and true.
DON MARE, ld.M hands, 7 yeors; good, stylish driver; war
ranted sound, kind and true.
DARK BAY HORSE. 15>5 hands, 8 years; very stylish;
good traveller; good saddle anitual; sound, kind and true.
BAY TEXAN PONY, 14)6 hands, ft years; stylish, fair
traveller; kind anil true; together with no top \Vagon and
Harness.
bEACK HORSE, 15)4 hnn 's, 8 yearn; very stylish; fair
steppe; ; nlee family horse; kind and true.
BROVn N COUPE HOKt?E,long mane and tail, 16 hands
full, 6 years; stylish, lair traveller; wairauted sound, kind
A
bum true.
OKAY HORfcIS, IS hands, 8 years; i;ood worker; sound,
kind ami true; alio TOl* GROCER'S WAGON and art of
llarnrcs.
BLACK MARE, 1.1 band*, 10 years; gojdworker; sound,
kind nnu true.
EXTENSION TOP PHAETON, second baud.
OKAY HOl'.SE, 16.!j bauds, 7 yean; tor account of wl.om
It msv co acorn.
TWO BAGGAGE WAGONS, one two liorie; good order.
SEVERAL OTHER HORSES; dcearipUun tune 0/ salo.
TOl' Af'O NO TOl' ROAD WAGONS.
DEPOT A.ND BUSINESS WAGON'S, ROCKAWAYS.
UA!:;;rss. saddles, blankets, roues, Ac.
WEATHER NEVER INTERFEIlEh N ITH OURSALES
ASl LKNlUD TURNOUT--THE PROPERTY OP
Henry Prouae Cooper, E?q.,
who !s J5<?fn?r to Europe, compr.sinit
The superb e?ui>o or dog enrt Hor?e Major, 16*^ hands, 7
ye-irs o il: blight Uiy; very hltfb, stvli b action; warranted
pene-jlir s-nnd. km.1 and gentle in all buiics-j and without
?pot or lileralbh.
An eler.ant two wheel Do? Catt. built by Peters, of London'
as good as now; a set of brass liioniiie l t.uidem Harness,
J:;st Imported; stable Blankets, Bedford cord driving Aprons,
Ac., Ac. The wbolu
to be sold nt auction
TO- DAYfFRIPAY), JUNE 2a, nl 12 o'clock,
AT JOHNSTON A VAN TASSBLL'S MART,
110,113 and 111 Post lhliteenth street, ncur Fourth avenue.
Now on exhibition to time of sale.
T JOHNSTON A V/N TAPSELL'S MART,
THIS DAY, AT U O'CLOCK,
Twenty-fire road und business Horses.
Two . ainlly and one road learn.
One eleKant Tandem Home.
Ono Victoria, city built, Ilrst rale order.
One large double Exptess Wagon.
One elegant English Dogcart, nearly new, bnllt by Peters A
Son, oi Loudon.
Ton and no-lop Wagone, single and double Harness. Ae.
110, 113 und 114 East Thliteenth street.
Sile commences at 13 o'clock.
Weather never interferes with onr sales.
ATTENTION 18 CALLED TO THE SALE THIS DAY,
nt 12 o'clock,
At JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL'S Mart,
110,119 nnd 114 Eatt Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue.
An elegant English Dog Cart Turnout.
Thre.i Tenuis.
Fifteen fine road Horse*.
Ten business Homes.
Bo sure and attend this sale.
Weather never interferes.
AGKNTLKMAN'S TROTTIN i ESTABLISHMENT. -
Team of elegant Sorrel Mnres, 15?^ bands; kind and true
In all barnrss; very stylish action; ptiregaited; square trot
ters; casvdiivets; dr'vn together tike one horse; ono of the
finest road teams In the city; warranted to trot a mile In
three minutes, nnd warranted sound. Also set double Har
ness, top \\ ugen, dty built to order. A!*o Blanket.', Robes,
Ac.
Te be sold at auction,
TUESDAY, June 27, nt 12 o'clock,
at JOHNSTON A VAN TASSKL'S Mart,
110,1U and 114 Kuit Thiileentb street, near Fourth avenue.
'l'o Le seeu nt private stnble IS East Twenty-ninth street.
A~T BARKER A HAMLIN'S
CITY At CTION M \RT AND N. Y. TATTi'RSALLS,
correr of llrondivar nnd Tlilr'y-nlnth street,
BAR a Kit A HAMLIN, Auctioneers,
Re.tuinr ksIoi of Horses, Carriages, Ae.,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY".
Gentlemen's Private Establishments disposed of in puUH
or private sale to the belt advantage, and a general assort
ment of Horse?, Carriages, Harness nnd everything In the
horse Una j,j unit the needs of a',I classes ol puioha;Ci?
CuUlUulTv on Iwnd, ' .
A LARGK DR1VINU RING '-v?~ *'
In the mart, tho only ono In the elty showing horses on sale.
Twenty-four hours allowed for trial
on e ery horse sold under warrantee.
Oarrlar.es taken on storage.
Superior staining for horses on snle.
Outside s-iles solicited nnd promptly ntteuded to.
Liberal advances made on everything In the. borne line.
A - FIRST CLASS ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND H1V
ond bard Buggies, my own manufacturi ; also Sun
down and Dei,it Wagons; great reduction In pikes.
ISAAC LOCXWOOD, coroer 117th at. radThird ?t.
A -BREWSTER, OF TWENTY-FIFTH STREET,?A.
tXt ?? ^ - ..jar*'
*-* nesr Th'r 1 avaiu*, ., ,
Has on exhibition at the factory nnd woreroonii, as above,
a new style Poay Pbaetoi, w.ln Derby nimble. A moil
complt te Phaeton for two or three persona.
A -BREWSTER, OF TWENTY-FIFTH STREET,-A.
, near Third avenue,
lies on hnnd an.i for sale cbenp,
Or.# Victoria Phaeton.
On? eu passencer Phaeion.
Ono open Rock.iway.
Seveial no-top Wugons.
A BREWSTER BAROCCHE, CURTAIN COACH, ROCK,
nw:ij *. top and open Wagons, top an I open Pitarlobs
wlth and without ntmhles; Express and Japger Wagons,
Harness lultable for ail purpores, from $12 up; Lap Robes,
Sheets, Nets, Ae., at the cheapest stand tu New York, l,3iW
anil 1.401 Broadway, near F irty-llnt street.
LITTLK A TURNER.
A
-HKCOND HAND Tf>p POXY PHAETON. GOOD
_. or>ler. cheap.
i^eeond band Ba?ket Ponv Phielon.
i t."ml hand Hrett on C spring), Brewster's make; cost
$1.6tHi; will be sold at a bargain.
Two second hand Bretls m S'attl and M-'A
one second hand Turnout seat Uogty, i ?*'
Two second hand Itockaways for f mr p?r?oes
Sacon l baud Pony Wagon, with H?rne?> i ><? fs? . K*4d!es.
F.jfetislon Top Ph ietons, Bi'tte, V .'<srle#, Csbrl. Irta,
Rockawavs, Depot Wagons, Bu.-w rs. A* ,
all at verv l?w
AMortment of Pony Phaetor.s. v ry low.
DEMAKEM A TT,
and A ? >ro?, Iwav.
A ?TI1B CARRIAGE OF THE PERIOD.
J\ . A variety of seasonatde Carrlsp a In all the nesre?< and
most approved styles; Pismires, Landaua, Counts and Lan
(iaulelles. Hockawayi and Bu;',Jri, Pony I'hait >na tss
varletv, with or without lops.
A. S. FLAKDRAU, Carriage Builder,
No. 7 East Eighteenth street, near Filth avenue.
ACAHR1ACF.8 AND HARNE8H. DESIRABLE
. style* on band and to order.
Ill I'll ft) WW J
H4IKSHM, 4'A Jt It f A<' ftC.
AOtlllMB REPOSITORY, Ml WEST MM>AI>
way. ?Kockawav*, Park and Pony Phaetons, Top ami
Opeh Bugdca, Expras* ami Business Wagon*, ouo Koad
Wagon, Brewster build. Ml West Broadway.
A -SECOND HAND BRETT, DEPOT WAGON, WAG
. onette, I'taetons, Coupe, sold at half cost; reasonable
Carriage*, I.andau*. LaniauIeU, Uam'i patuiit Clarence;
?old Ji per cent lets than Broadway store*.
11A>1, Fourth street nn.l Broadway.
AKMY HALTERS, CARTS, TENTS, FLAGS. MOLE
Collars, Met leilan baddl**, Tent*, Canvass Awni:iK*.
Boat Rati, Waterproof; Wujon, Ilorso Covers, government
Blanket*.
_W. A. CARTER, U Corilan.lt street, near Greenwich.
A?FIFTEEN FINK HORSEB JUST ARRIVED FROM
? Michigan; some fine patia and due stepping hon 'S.
Apply to S. W. HEINEMAN, 48 Woouter tfreet.
AN IMPORTED SADDLE HORSE OF ARABIAN
?took, one of the handsomeot animal* In i'ii cli.v, thor
oughly broken and perfectly gentle fur lu.dv or gcutieman,
will be void reasonably. Apply to W. BRKTHEKToN, IHti
Broom*: st;eet.
BREWSTER A CO., 84 FIFTH AVENUE, OFFER TliR
following second hand Carriages, In excellent condi
tion
One C gprlnj Cabriolet.
One C ?prlri" Barouche.
Two turn-out seal Plm-tons,
Onn fn I Clarence, our own make.
Ons I'oupi liockway.
One square 'rout Land.iulctte, our own make.
One top aud one no top Wt;un, our own make.
/TORPETT cV CO., 122. 124 and 126 West Twenty-flftb atrret,
\J ofleva (rent variety of second hand Carrl-i^na, Including
top and open Wagon*, phaetons, Brett*, l.an li. n, Clarences
anil Dog Carl*. All ot the ubovc arc In excellent orJ< r and
will be soli very low.
(1ARRIAQK8.?liARtiB ASSORTMENT OFFERED, LOW
J est manufactured' prices, comprising extension an.I
half top Phnctoiie, Rockatvnys, Victorias, Depot*, Buggies,
BukincH* Wagons mid Ponv Phaetons and Harness.
U. B, n ITTY Sc CO , 1<? Nuvms street, Brooklyn.
C CARRYALLS, SIX DIFFERENT RTVLEB, SUITABLE
J for railroad, depot or family use in iho country; *evi ral
second hand; all style* new and second hand Carriages.
.MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 838 Broadway.
tlOOPE?FOR ONK OR TWO HORSfcS. IK GOOD OR
) der. \\. J. LYNCH, 2S4 East Twenty-fourth street.
lJIOR SALE?A C SPRING CLARENCE AND AN EI E
X' gant nlx-seat Phaeton, nearly new, l>y Sliver*. Can be
aeen cornrr Lexington avenue and Thirty third ttrect.
FOR BALE?A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT! HOUSE,
Wufcon, Hin lit a*, Ac. Will a dl reasonable, as I have iio
uae for them. Apply at siabl ? lKt Sullivan alivet.
BIOR SALE-A HANDSOME MAHOGANY BAY HORSE,
perfectly kind and aonnd; the most stylish saddle hone
to be seen ; III' property of a lady leavlug lor Europe; wld
be sold at a biirgnln. Inquire at 50 Iiaai i birty-iecond kin el.
For kale an elegant FOUR-WHEEL dog
Cart; will exchange It tor a biph-back top Uug:y and
?liiKle Harness. Addrcea bo* 2,145 l'oat oliice.
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME BAY B0R8B, 1? HANDS,
8 years old; sound and kind; suitable tor a carriiso or
coupe. Sold for want of uae. Apply at Pbentx stable, l;?i
i.aat l''orty-lir*t street.
IflOR SALE-A PAIR OF VERY STYLISH, SPEEDY,
1 youn?', kind and sound llor^es: vciy desirable for tboro
who want fctyle. BOWEN'S .Stable, Knuiteenth street,
west Sixth avenue- Apply to C. PAltTRIDUE, lit) Broad
street.
IjlOR SALE?AT GOVERNOR'S ISLAND, ONE FRESH
JP Milch Oow >5 yeara old. all 1 Call; calvoJ June 21,1&71.
Apply to Mr*. HARRINGTON, Governor'* Iiiaml, N. Y. H.
IiXIR SALE A VERY HANDSOME BLACK.HORSE, 7
. year* old, 15 band* high, souml and kind In all harness;
also Bn^y an 1 Uarneas ; separato or together Apply ai 275
Spring airt et, until told.
I.10R BALE-TWO CITY MADE ROAD WAGONS, IN
I? perfect order; one aide spring, mice it.110, and one ullip
tlo aprln^, price Jj-lJO. Apply at Cl'it Seventh avenue, from 1J
o'clock to 7 P- M.
For sale-cheap two express wagons, one
four-wheel nog Cart, one Depot Wuon, one *llde-soat
Buggy, one Truck mid two carpenter'* Wagon*, one *et ex
presa and I wo sets double truck Harness, at 2.8 Spring street,
corner Clarke.
For sale-a pair of fine carriage horses,
bav*. tlx years old, full 18 hands; one extra tine, stvlieb,
tingle howe, very high knee action, full 18 henda; would
make a tine leader for h tandem or four-in-hand team; ala-i
tlir e handsome ponv How*, w* 1 broken for ladles to drive,
Addrcs* W. A it. F0OTE or GEORGE BURNET 1', New
Haven, Conn.
For sale-a beautiful coupe rockaway,
run only two months: newiy varnlihed; in perfect
order; worth i?7(0, will be aold for if.VK), as the owner has no
use lor it. Can be seen at Di< DLhV'S stable*, junction of
Flalbuah aud All mlic avenue*. Brooklyu.
Ii^OIt SALE THE BiiRT SADDLE AND HARNESS
' Horin In Nit** \ ork ; goes u'l tlio saddle gaitj and I* an
elegant harneaa borse, either aliirfio or double; perfectly t:eu
tle, afntM of nothing, and sale lor ladle* orchil iren to ride
or drive. Inquire ior Kcntneky, American Club Stable*,
I Thirty-ninth street, beiweeu Broadway and Seventh avenue.
(TOR BALE? A DARK BAY HO USE, 17 HANDS HIGH,
fll y. ar* oil; line sl.vle auil action; suitable for
ronpa. finally or tmslnes* purposes; perfectly kind Mil r"ii
t'o In nil barm-sa or under n.nlule. Jn nilro al Clinton stMb.es,
co.unr of Clinton una Demnw e'reets, Bnoklyn. Will bo
Sold less Hum Lis value, on account of owner going abroad.
irum SALE?A HANDSOME BAV HORSE, C YEARS
J; olj ; very fust; lung mane an I tall; warranted niiiiid;
iiuiet In Miiulc or double harness; u!bo LiikI nud true. Can
i/o seen at 47 Great Jones street, lulman's stables.
If OR 8 vLE-SlIIFTING TOP DUSENBURY WAGON,
but little* used; will be soil reasonably. Apply ut Boule
vard st tblos, Eighty-third street, between i hlrd an I Lexlng
tcn avenues.
IfOK SALI ?A I'A'.R OP HA V HORSES, l.V.j I1ANDB, ti
" years old; yood, prompt, blylish drivers; warranted
Bound ant tin '.
JL,. COOKE, i&6 Eighth aveuno, corner Twcnty-secon 1 st.
If OR SALE-TWO TRUCKS, $.15 AND *95. ALSO TWO
.r I'outcs, Hbands, sound ana kind; double ret of liar-'
?less; must be su.u to close partnership. No 8 Elizabeth St.
IfOR SAI.E-A VALUABLE FARM HORSE; LITTLE
1 sore tcrward; $&">. Or.e f.ne truck Hornci; #17% One
splendid Coal Cart, as good as new ; *>75. 84 New Chambers
s'reci.
If OR SALE-A HANDSOME FIVE-VEAR-OLO KEN.
' tucky gray Mare, by Prince Denmark; lias all i;ni!?
under saddle; line In harness ; trot:* In t'.iree minutes; with
proper handling will bo rery fa?t; warranted sunn I and wl I
ne sold low. Ciinbeseen at DKENNAN'd Stables, Seventh
avenue and Thirty-seventh street.
mi 5.VLE-A CRAY HORSE; PERFECTLY KIND
F and gentle; safe for a taiiy to drive; 16 hands high, seven
years old ; to be seen at Suckett's stable, West Twenly
sccond street.
For sale a iirown mare, ?:>!?? hands high, -
yenrs old, with Express Wa^on and Harness. Apply
for four days at 127 Creeuwlch avenue.
BIOR SALE CIIEAI'-A VERY STYLISH BLACK
Horse, 16H hands high, 8 years old, sound and kind
every way, one of the best coupe horses tbnt can le found;
can be driven by a lady and Is a perfect family horse i very
way. Csn be seen until sold at SIMPSON'S I'lvny sta'>l?s,
148 arid 160 East Thirty-ninth s.reet, between Third and Lex
ington avenues.
TfOR SALE CHEAP-A BASKET PHAETON, WITH
L1 Rumble, in perfect order. Inquire at BOWEN'S stables,
Fourteenth street.
If OR PALE CHEAP-ONE TOP WAGON, ONE PONY
, I'h-.eton and one no ton Wa^on. at SCHAKrif ,t
SCHWElZt-.P.'S Carriage Manufactory, 147 and Mil West
Twtaty>Brtkftra?t.
"on PALE CBIAP--cknapian POKTj warranted
soun l and *lud; also Wngon and Harness.
E. BRADY, 18*} Hester street.
b
Tf I FT Y FIRST CLASS TOl' AND OPEN BUGGIES, A
JT Utile soLed, wilt be sold at $100 each less than the usual
pneen. at t'e t'AKKIAGE MANUFACTURERS' UNION
ItEPOSITOR V, b".J8 Bros hvsy.
TflVE HORSES, 15 TO Id I1AMDS, YOUNO, Sol'ND,
r stylish; (.-nod sfppcrs; peifeet'v tmtle to all lisr.iess
aiidsadd.e; piles $lw to siitX). Fun c corner ( bar.e* and
Fourth streets.
7 I OR?E WANTED-BAY PREFERRED, SUITABLE
1 I for a lady to drive or ild', about 15 hards; must be
perfectly goctla'and sound. Apply to ov address D , US Wall
street. ? .. ..
Handsome, strong top buooy, pole and
Shads; also a good top BuMne?? P.u;.v; must sell to
day nt some | rice ; owner leaves t .wn tc nu>now. 1X2 TV est
Twruty-f.lili MM
Harness of evi ry description,
SiiiRl', to .$125; Don! le, *Cll lo *4Pi>.
lit ling Saddles, llrld'es, Wbl; *, Sheets, Robes, Blankets,
Itrnih's, Sponfccs, *r., Ac.
. *?<, - EDGAIt ?. NICHOLS.
10 College place, near corner Murray street.
ARNESS?$25," 1*23?jriuiK FOR YOURSELF.?A
I'rrsh lot of those celebrated hau l made, cr>ver d mooi.t
in^. if25 linrtie^s the l.est In tSo world (or the tu.'ney;
Sheets, 41 up; Whips, S5e. up; Lap Robel, 41 up
?'Judge for yourself." JOtlNSTON i VAN TaFSF.LL,
II
H
h* Liberty stieet
ORSK BONNETS (ANDERSON'S PATENT), Fol?
protecting horses' heads from thn beat ; reconimended
by veterinary snrgeons and Uorseinon gener.i.lv , tiv llieoi
uud save your bo.ses. K. HAKTLEfT,
?o> manufacturer, Warren street.
I r-.T BLACK GELDING FOR SALE?YOL'N'I, SOUND,
fl stvitsh; stliaets trest alient on; Irum countiv; 15'.
hands; broken all harness and saddle by prevent owner;
never in dealers' hards; promises speed; probably best
broken family horse e?e>- oueredj warranted sound, kind,
harness nnd saddle. Call, see this Tonderfnllv trelued horse.
Wlntleld stubles, 1'iftlcib street, west of sixth avenue.
IATELY ARRIVED AND FOR SALE ONE OF THE
J handsomest Ponies in America; Is of tbe kuj>; atoek, sire
Arabian (of ureal lameldani a Kentucky in ne krowu as t e
B< He of Texas; ho is U hands, dark bay, handrome as anv
rkture; warranted sound and kind; siiiale or double; any
lady ean drive him. Inuulre for A. K. INOKAHAM, UU West
Tb iteenlh street, near Eighth avenue.
1AIHFS' POPULAR PONY PHAETONS. TEN DIFFER
J rnt styles; several second hand and sllahlly soiled Car.
n? es eh np; Harness of all nyles an I prlees. at MANU
I fUKERS'UNION RKPOSUOKV, Itioal.iav.
MR. SHROPSHIRE, OF KENTUCKY, IS AT COLONEL
Brute's stable 215 West Fortletli street, wlili his re
n'<wned i air of Hor-es; color, black ; heigh', hands. It
' up by all horsemen who have seen them to bn
U>? lineal p.ilr of borsea that have ever been In Ns<v York
eity or any other countrv. Their s'yle and action cannot be
surpassed by any. Call and jnrfce for yourselves.
WADDLE OR PHAETON PONY FOR SALE -U HANI'S
0 high, suitable for lady or oh I l<l; Iron cray; price iHStf.
Apply at oOic* of Taylor's Hotel, Jersey City.
rro CARTMEN.
1 Work Horaea to l?t al $3 per day. 424 West fhirteeolh
HlUk
flOH 1IW, CAHRTAHBSi ftD.
Tea cart f< ik balk-made by wood bkos..
quite new and in perfect <>r?l? r; earri<'? four persons.
Inquire for Michael, of nubia No. '?t Knit Eighteenth strce'i
near Broadway.
VICTORIA, BV BREWSTER, AT HALF ITS YALtE;
in tine ronditti n; aluiusi an hooI as now; wlih pole ana
?baft*, al t;!6U. HA LDWIS,
corner Broadway and Truth street.
WANTED A SORREL OR BLACK YOU NO HORSB
or Colt, 16 hands high, tdylish, well bind and aotind.
Call on or ai! iress F. r., 4ill Wuihiu^ton street.
TV'ANTED TO Pi RCH\RK-nOR8B, LIGHT WAGON
tl or i'iim?. on lu d?n' time, real ostit*'; security, or for
c;??h if very cheap. Address COLLATERAL, boi -10 Her
ald office.
"IITANTED a DONKEY, FOR A YOUNG BOY'fl I KK,
TT quiet Hil l tenth). Ad'lro-s or cuil on J. 0., No, 40
Broadway, room SI, botwecn 13 and J 1*. M.
r HORSES FOR SALE -AT A SACRIFICE, AT 7211 EAST
? > Sixth rtrect,
d?QK?PONY MARK; LARGE HAY HORSB, (lit): FINE
hay, tj-IOli; roan Maie,.+ E.>, < and yci< r?; all Bound
and kiml. 731 WarUlnu.ou strc't, l- ocei y. Comu before
purchasing i lsewlicre.
dilOX?A HANDSOME SORREL HORSE. 1??#
<PI^.*s. bands ; SlUDd and kin I; must be Hold. 40iW<rt
Thlity-t'ouitli street.
<Si1 1 A?BAY HORSB, 6 YEARS OLD, 1.1'j HANDS,
<iPl t" warranted aoiini, kind and :itl? fur a lady to
drive; elegant middle horse. 418 Eighth avmue, corner
Thirty-first mreet.
*<1 RA WILL BUY AN EXTRA COOD HORSE: WAR
l.mted in every reupect. luqitlro at 55 Oliver
street, comer at Oak.
A Kill WILL BUY the finest team of jet
ipTUO b'n \ Pontes .own brothers, (1 and 7 yuan old,
14Jv hauls blah) ever offered lor sale; cost present owner
HIM. AImi ifclitH) for a linn buy family Horse. t>years. 13X
bands high, long mano and tall, and all warranted sonud aud
kind. These horses am iti et, for lady or child to drlv?j. No
dealers need apply I'M Liburtv street.
FINANCIAL.
A TLANTIC RAYING.-) BANK, OF NEW YORK,
.11. Chatham nature.
Deposits an I accrued luteirst 8 -',7R^c":i 74
Surplus IML'.TKS |5!I
Total assets .Tuns 1,1871 ljt2.9W,00H 48
$1 deposited weekly will. In 8 years, amount to $!Hi9 03.
Six ii?r cen'. interest allowed.
DEPOSITS MADE ON <>R HI-.FORB Jl'LY 1 WILL
DRAW INTEREST FROM THAT DATE.
A LARGE ESTATE FUND TO LOAN?IN Sl'.dS TO
suit, on Niw York and Brooklyn Improved Properly.
Apply Immediately. SHIPMAN v ROWLAND,
l,aM Broadway, between Thirty-third and Tiilrty-f urlli e'.s.
Anderson a go., no. 9 chambers street.?
Mo.icy loaned immediately on New Y. rk or New Jemc/
n-al eatite, builders' loans, merchandise nnd eoHntetnl seen
rltles. First, Srcon I, An., Mortgages negotiated* Advances
A YOUNG WlDOiV LADY WISHES TO MEET WITH
rn elderly rfttli-man W|,o would advance her AttO, to
enable bi r to retain bur ho'ise; tilQen will please uot notlco
this. Address Mis- J. D. PH ELI'S, station D.
DKLAWARE, iuckaWanna and wfstern rail.
road Company, .!?> l>.xcbaohe place, New Yorlc, .lunu 10,
1S7L?IntBiest on Morris and Ess -x Sloe'c will be i nal'le ut
this odlce on an>l after 1st July proximo. Tr.iniifcr Books
closed until morning of tba'. day. A. J. ODELL, Treasurer.
IitZOELSIOR SAVINGS BANK,
<j corner Sixth avenue an J Twenty-third utrcet, Booth's
Building,
Open daily from 10 A. M. to S P. M., nnil on
Monday, Wednesday ami Saturday evening from 8 to 8
o'clock.
Notice to Depositors.
The trustees liavn declared a Hi-nil-annu.il dividend of
seven per cent per annum on all sunn remaining in liank
July 1 thai were deported on or before January ?0 and
April 20, payable ou and alter July 17.
Money deposited now will draw interest from Jn!v 1.
WILLIAM M. HILLS, President.
Isaao s. Barrett, fecreury.
/iOOI> MOK'lOAOrS (URST OR SECOND) PrJt
IT cbnscd for rasb. Adi'ross, with full particulars, B. M.,
box 121 Herald oihee. (
IRVING SAVINGS INtTrrUTlON,
W5 Warren street. New York.
SIX .PI.It CENT INTEREST
allowed nil all snins. Deposits now will draw Interest from
July 1. Hank open dally nom 10 A. M. to S 1'. M.
WALTER W. CONCKL1N, President.
TlllDHIin.1 L. Buxton, Secretary.
JAY COOKE, M'CDLLOOtl A CO.,
No. 41 Lombard street, London.
Foroli;n Exchuusn,
Commercial ('rcdlts,
Cable Transr?rs,
Circular Letters f jr Travellers.
Av;: liable l:i all parts of the world.
Piipv iirts fttrnislied without eliar?e.
jay COOKE A CO.,
No. 'JO Wall street.
Money to loan?on bond and mortgage, ap
plv to WM. .V A. \V. LOWERRE, SO Greenwich Hire ?,
\ r,. lr
MONEY TO LO AN OS BOND ANO MORTOA.dE;
Itrst and second Uwtcnjcc bought aie.l Id.
IiHV'K x Co., 10 l'tne street.
MONEY TO loan ok TWPROVKD REAL ESTATE
In this city mill vie ;ilty, In miuis t'> f ill; First .vol Sec
oti<i Mortcacns promptly cashed: principal} only di.i i it tli.
QlfSTAVUS BKAMSOI?,24j Broa way, ru. i Id.
Money to loan-on bond and mortg.\<i:, in
Now YorU, liro klyn and New Jt.eey. Apply ouiy to
AML. 8. WOOD, Jr.,lli Ilroa'w .y. room So. V.
1TBV YORK STATE rvilroad BOND
A drill cluu liome inve.truent
First Mortgaje lold Bonds of the
Rondout und Oswtgo Rat'road.
Principal and Interest payable In gold.
Seven | er cent semi-annually.
This road covers I'M) miles ol the most dire it possible linn
between the great Lakes and deep water navigation on tiia
Hudson river, Die whole line of which will be completed and
In operation on or before October 1, IVi, and give a new
lire of road to Lake O itarlo hivI the Woit, twe ity-tira miles
ihortcr than any line that can be found.
It panes through tho cement, fia^s one an t lum'ior ration
of Ulster comity an 1 tta rich agricultural bottoms of Dela
ware and Ureene comities, all of which have not heretofore
been retried by railroad facilities, an I from wh'-h section*
the lorrnation of the country ./revolts t'-te construction of a
competing line.
The thirty-six miles of road operated for Hires months I*
already paying n"t rarnliig* equivalent to srroii pe?- c?nt,
?ol I, on its com of eonstruet'on mid enn'oiuenis.
'The issue of bunds Is limited to $10,000 per mile of com
pleted road, the coupons payabb iu gold In thu city. Prlco
of the i?on isi?i in euTCOcr.
l'u'1 particulars of the hTj jve, nnd tho R >nds for sa'o li/
EDWARD IIAlOliT V CO.,
No. 9 Will! street, New York o;ty.
Financial Agents of the Rondout and Oswejo Company.
XTOl'ICE.?THE QUARTERLY AND SKMT-ANNUAL
JLsl Interest, dun July 1,1871, on the Bonds of the State of
(loggia will be paid on and utter that d lie on the f trrenJer
ot tho coupons at Die Fourth NaMon.il Ba:k.
HIT I S It. BULLOCK, Covernrr of tTi:.? ..i i.
N OTIC I'. - THE INTEREST, DI'E JULY 1,13,1, ON rHE
bond* of the Alabama and Ch.-utanoogK.iflro i I Coin
puny, endorsed by l n Sulo of Georgia, will te paid !>y tu a
State on end after that d.ito ou tho surrender of Mie c utpous
at the bankl.iu honsn of H'-.uy C.'eiva A Co., 82 Wall s reel.
RUFDS ii. lUJiUM K, Governor of U org la.
OmCH OK UNIIED; TATKS ASSHTANTTilEAKlifUCR,
Mk* York, Jnue :n, lv<l.
By dirclloo of the Peer tary or the Tii*h-i.y I lie interest
on the public il? lit, due .Inly 1, lu?I will bo paid at tins olllce
on an I a'ler Monday, lime 2>>, 1<71, with .nt rebate. .
THOMAS HlLLHoUSK, Assts'ant Treasurer U. S.
1)ARTIES DESIROUS OF BORROWING HON Y OS
Improved New York or lirooklyn Property can oo no
commo at. d on reasonable terms.
GEO. K. \f ALTON, I ? n ,'e'! ir-.V I. nv II Put row.
STATE OK SOUTII CAROLINA.
I'm a an by Dr.PARr.vKvr,>
roi.UMRiA, f. June I. IWI. (
The Interest rnstttviui! Jo y 1, 1.-71, upon the bonds of
t'ne h ale of South ' '.si ollni will l?e nal't in gold on ami aft ?>'
Jiuyl.at the biinitlrij: liouso of II. 'I. Klmp'.on, Klohncl il
.^cer.t of the St.ite, rio. 9 Narsmt street. New Y >rk. :i"J ?t
the South Carolnri Hank and Trus' Company, to Colombia.
The interest tnutnrfng upon registered stoiix a' tliit lime
will be paid at tho Treasure oHi-ie only.
nilks (i. i'ark;:k,
tilkte Treasuor.
OTATK OF ark\?.SAS.-THK COt I'ONg OK THE
O Plate of Arkr.psas, due July 1,1871, will he paid on and
nlters.ilddate.it tue o.'ir ? o, tL"? I'olon Trui' Cuiop.tuy,
hn tueial aeuuts for the St.i'e of Arkansas
Ul'.NRY l*A'ltt, Mate Treasurer.
w
CTATE OK SOUTH I'AROLINA.?TRiiASURY DliPAUT
0 ment, Colttmbln, S. Jum> 1,1971.?The B >n s of li's
State, amounting to t,<^(W,(;00, malurlOK July 1, 1<'|, sill l<s
paid on and aft r maturity upon presentation at th" bank
ing house of H. II. Kimpton, Financial Agent, No. v N insan
street, Ne^ YoTa, en.l at tho Tii..?u:v olllo , m ?' limn1 .a.
KlUSa PARK ER, State Treas a.
fPIlE COUPONS <OK rill-; BONDS of TH|{ ST\Tf, OF
1 KlortJu, is<ued In aid of t!i? Jnel.k?nr l'o, >'? nsaeola aril
Mobile Ralirouil C mpauv, due July I. will ue j'.ild ou an I
after that date, al lb oflic# of S. U'. HOPKINS A Co., 71
Broadwae. Holders of morn tl.an St) coupons will h ave
?ci.e>lu>!! for examlnat on oue day hefoie p*y[n"n',
\TIROINIA BONDS, IICtJISTMilKD STOCK.-PAST DUE
Coupons bought r,ad p..Id at best ln.rkct rates, or fund
ed tn'o the new Con'f'ldated Itnnrts a* n moderate charge.
JOHN B. MANNING, Banker and Broker, No. tl Broad St.
\1' ANTKH ?AN IMMEDIATE 1*1 RCI1AHKR FOR A
ff if.'.SOilKotc. M i' it?; drawer mil endo.sers its onsl
ble. Address IMMKDlATl.', b?>x IM Herald olllce.
TASTED f2P,U00 RAILROAD BOND- OK WA-tlTNU.
' ton county, Ob'o, Addiess AUDITOT, M trteui. Ohio.
Wr ANTED %:S,0<0. KOR ONE YI'AR : WltL PtY<tl
f ? |?er cent and jive security for loan. Addreu M. C.
ll< raid oKoe.
Cil Tvlin WANTED?FOR THRKK MO.NTH8, roR
?Pitt /uvt wbluk security will be give i. Goo,, iiomu and
liberal Interest a lowed. Apply to ittoMAS t-.Ll.IOTT, ifl
West Thirty-second street.
9?i FHIfl -$3.i*iO AND >*2,100 WASTED?ON W"EST
iLOUU cnestar eounlr propertf, near lla.-lem
budge; liberal bouus. Address XV. C., Host ofilce, Harlem.
<fc*7fin IIAfl TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORT
?|UUt'/U" gage, o l e l? or Kroenl.n property; it?i
and seeo'ut slortgnges eai.ied. M. K.INSTr IN, Ke.il Ls'.ate
aa4 Loaa Broker, No. ? Ptao Mii
FINANCIAL..
(Viaducti
r AY COMF
l<lR.:c rntlK.
fPH* NEW YORK.
1 n
Railway company.
1'' U'* KI'. A. II V IfKY HALL.
WILLIAM M. TWEED, JOHN JACOB AftTOB,
AU4I0KT bklmmnp, PKrkit b.hwki ny.
CUARI.K8 \. LAMENT, L'? VI I' M: iRrow,
.1AM KB F. D. LAMI'.R, II IT'; II S\111H.
WILLIAM I'. iJt.OOflRTT,
wm. ruili-r du.ncAn, rich\ko o'uoiiman,
JOHN J. BRADLEY, J(WK V. NAVARRO,
CHAKLEM L. TIFFANY, IIKNRY SMITH.
WILLIAM K. TRAVEItH, KUXV\KD B. WESLEY,
JOSEPH RELIOdAN, Manton maki.LK.
RICHARD B. CONNOLLY, John TAYLOHJOHNBT0N,
Hi.'NRY HILTON.
HENRY HILTON,
Pie ident.
HUtiH KillTil,
Vice FrMldmt,
W. bUTLER Dl SCAN.
1'reisuren
?DWARD l?. BARKER,
HecflUfjr.
Ily authority of thn Board of Director* of the Hew York
llMir.y Coinp my, ami In confor.mty with tli? t*n.i? of the
o?'t of incorporation In that respect, the nndersljrned Com
mDnlooers on Stork Subscriptions ttlve public notice fur mi l
on behalf uf I be director*, and of audi ootnuanv, that books
of nibetTiptlnn for the capital stock tlier 01 will lie opened
on Wednesday, the i^-i.It d ?y of Juoe, Inst., at the following
placet in this cty, rir.: -
At ihn hauKlm; Souse of Duncan, Sherman A Co., No. U
Nassau uti crt
At tbr l-aualna bouse of the Hunk of tbo Metropolis No. 31
Vmon !<'jn?ri>
Trie i ompany i' authorized to oomtrnet two Yiaduct Rall
wnvs or >r.niches t'.rungh the city of New ork, on ilie t'asl
and weft side* tlirr of, from a commoa Mining point at or
i ear Chambers street, between Broadway ana t halliam
street; aso across t ? Harlem river and through Westches
ter county; with powur to build ualltlonal llaoaof railway
or tranche*, froiu time to time, In any pari of the city or
Wcstchej'tcr county. Th ? property acquire l by the < ompany
la exempted from i axe* an.I assessments ituonx the period
allowed for tho linalcompletion of the railway m th? city.
Tim Mayor, Aid rmruand Commonalty of New York era
authorized and directed, with thn approval
0. tho Cutuinisuoiiers nf tho hm'.ting Fund,
to subscrlbfl for tivo million* ot dollar* of the stock of
the company whenever one million of d Hum thereof has
1. fa tuoaerlbcd ior by prlvitc patt.'os. This conditional
amount of stoc't lins been wholly subscrib'd for unl taken
by th" dlre< tori ot the company. On the completion of either
oflhn lines of l allwity to the fine f Westchestrr county tho
?npi rvipor.t o' that coiuitv are authorized to l-sue the bonds
ol tin; county to siu-h amount an tho supervisor! shall deem
ever llont, to ni l In the construction and extrusion of tho
ral'way In and tln< n th that county. For the proper equal
l/uilon of the Interest of "Mar holders who ma/ MiMorllM
ami nay In moneys at different times the directors aro nu
tliorue l to lusuo acrl lor intoicat ou such payments, pay
sloe out Of tne cumin; .
The. term* of snbacnptlon will be as follows: ?
Ten per cent of the amount of st ick subscribed for to bo
paid In canh ut thn time of sohacrjinion. The rcaidtin to bo
j' i!d ns culled for bv t,he Hoard of Dir. ctors on a notice of
tldrty days, but tio call at any one tlrno to cxcced ten per
ceut.
Hcrlp for intermit nt the rate of *evt>n per rent per annum
will be ISMied by Hi" romi ai y payable uut of tho Am earn
Wjjs of the railway on a'l ln?tu.m"iits paid on atoclt sub
scrtbed for within thirty days ai t?r the Biibscriptlon books
?hall be opened.
The company reiervea the rl;:ht to close the .inbicriotton
bookx at any tiuiii alter Iho 2!Uh day ol Ju y, 1S71.
By order of the Board of lllrec.ori.
ALKXANDF.R T. STKWART,
JOHN JACMB ASl'Olt,
Li.VI 1*. HOK'Kl.V,
Crm.nliloner* on M. half of the Company.
Now York. Jn.ir 10, 1871.
<fc7'^A fM'Ml TO WAN-ON FIRST BOND AND
?PI tiW.UUW M'-rtRag on Improved property In N?w
York, Brooklyn, New Jersey and Woitohcstcr oounlr. Frln
clpala only. K. M. MASON, No. I Cbarnlicis street
ga
TIIK
TEL h(J RAM OA RTOON
TO-DAY.
WHAT Dt) YOU THINK
Of THE
NhW DKI'ARTURUf
LOOK OUT " LOOK OUT
KOR THE
10. EVENING T&LEORAM. SO.
LOAN OFFH EM.
AT L. BERNARD'S, 403 B1XTH AVENUK. HKTWKRN
Twenty-fourth and fwenty-.lftli strejU -LiOeral a<l
vancen mule on Diamonds, \Vut.:U-i?, Jewelry anil all kinds
oi goads, RaaM bougiit at full r&lue
AT WOLF BROTHERS1, 8!M BROADWAY, FORMERLY
MO?Money loaanl on Dlainondii, Watehes, Jnwelry,
Hllvcrw re. f-'l ki. Life Policies, Furniture; particularly Fl
an os ; private parlor for ladies. Take notice. - Remove l.to 8iW.
AT J. A. JACKPON'tf, No. 6 AMITY STRRBT, NEAR
litoadway.?f.lbcril advau^es made on Dtnmonds.
Watches, Jewelry, Dry Oood.t and I'ersonal Property or
every description, .-ame bought an I sold.
ATti? BROADWAY, CORN KR OF FOURTH STREET?
Liberal advances oil Diamonds, Watchos, Jewciry, Sllka,
Cauiel's llslr shawls. Lac as unl Fervonal Fronerty or every
description. JAM KM p. MATfOBWB.
4 '? SO NASSAU STRKBT (FORMERLY CORNER
i\ Broadwuy and Folton street'. NEWMAN LEOPOLD
buy*, se'ls or a'Imnoes IIMral y on Diamonds, Waiuiies. Jew
e'ry, Llf-* Po'lcic, Mcr.-bandlse a-id other SeourttieA
AT r7 THIKTRENTH STREET, NEiR WALLACE'S
ih 'atrp, i pay the In^htrst priee for Plamo:ul*, tYatche*,
Jowelry, ?i>., or advance uo tiie same. ISAACS, Diamond
Broker, A7 Thirteenth nticct.
AT HYMAN'S, 6od BROADWAY. CORNER OK BOND
street.--Liheral a Ivanccs made 011 Diamonds an 1
Watches, Silverware, ?0.. or will pay the luifhtMl market
price fur tho name.
A T M'HCaUm BOWfclRV, BETWKEN HOUSTON
JI and ?te.nt"n streets. money advance I on I I into.idi,
Watcb"a, Jetteiiy, Ac.; Pawnbroker*' tickets bjiuh:.
AMERICAN OFFICE, 7U5-*7W>t?.-WlLL BIJY OR
JY make advances oa Diamonds, W >(. h Jewelry, Sil
ver Warn, Camel's Hair Mtawis, Laces, Valuable*. 4c.; Jilj-h.
e.t 1 r.ce paid.
J. I!. IIARUlNtlEH, 735 Hroaltvay, opposite Ahtor place.
HI 'J BROADWAY, NEAR TWKNTIKTH STRUCT, UP
iM') ?uira.- Money advance I 011 Dlamoo Is, Watches,
3> wclry, Laced, Shawls, Pianos, Ac.; same I; u h'. ?? rlio?
hours li om l(Mok A. O. HftRTd.
1 "|Q| BROADWAY.?AT H. B. XHLVILLB'S
I. I ?/ 1 Jeareiry and Coral Store, Dlamon Ih, Watolies,
Valuables stored fur the summer. Cash advances on saute
If require! to any amount. I,I'll Broadway*
STRAW tiOOttB
SOMETIIINO NEW AND KEAUTIK17 -PANAMA
Hals, made expressly for la.liee, just arrived. Samples
can be ffinn at 'fKKllV'S, ltf Union a [Uore. Vur "ale to the
trade only by R. PALO AZ A it, bl I'lue-treei.
(JXUAW OOODS.
0 ?!ulcn Sli aws fur sale l?y the casj,
a'. RltlilAHDsOM A CO.'S, 142 Chamburs str. jt.
YACHTS, STBAMBOATH) ftl!.
Double and bimolb sculls -shell buats'
Suitable to row hi tne Boat >n He^atta, July i, at S I'R.
PHEN itCBUKTS' I. .a shop, loot of II iili siroet aua Har
lem river. 73 other Boats, of ail sites, on liarnl.
IJtOR SALE?T<tE SLOOP RMOED CABIN YACHT
1 Cornell*, 3.'*18; eueed unequalled. Adress E. H. HALE,
Adiullr- lalur Estst* Conrad Km, 1'ertU Aiuboy, N. J.
PROPOSALS.
/ 10L0MAL SECRETARY'S OFKTCE, MAX ML 1371. " .
L NOl'tCl. To CONTRACTORS.
The Government or l'rlnce Edward lalan-l will uatll l!UH
July next reculvo ti nderi for the obstruction and equip
h r.,ii of a railway o.' J feet 6 Inches gauge, from 'Jasoumyeo
to Ueor^ot iv. n, a dlsUnie of about I-J ml'ei.
r ay me 01 will be mete lu PritKfl E iwafa IsIhb I gown
(rent deoeniurc* bearing su p r cent Intere'.t, payable half
j ariy, redeemable in 3" years.
Siircthcatli ;:S 10 17 bo *-en and forms of tender and other
lnfoituation obtained at the Oovernnienl Eivincere otiici?,
Ubarlnttetown, ifter Cthh .le.iiP mxu
No tender trill be reoosnlsW unlejs male on tbe printed
form.
The i ovin'neai do not bind th<!ii)n'-ivea to accept tho low.
est oruiiy lotidcr. T. 11. HA VII.ANl>,ColonUi Spcreur*.
Ci'AIJ.O I ItOi'O-A l.S
n will be rc< lr( I hy the Tntitees o* ths Muetcentb ward,
mi tbo o 111 root 1 he Ork of the Dconnmentoi ?'ub:Uj Instruc
tlon, corner of Or.tnd and him streets, until Wedass lay, tb?
38th of June. Id7l, an I nn*ll ten o'clock A. M. 0:1 ?<ld day,
fur tlio ere-.ion of a new ?cI?oolboin? "u the aou'.b sidj 01'
Fli'v .eventli ftrect, between ilnrd and Second arenues.
Mai.:! .ind 1 < el ltau'ns for aalJ ' ' i.>lhou.<? can be s?en at
the oliioe of lue S iuenntcndent of Buildings and Itep tlrs, hu.
144 'Ira"id (tree! (third I'oor).
Kr posa!s most statn the ertlma'.o for etch branch of tUa
work 'separately, an I be endorse.I ''Broposal for Mason*
work," "Ptop'ital lor Car; enter Work," "Proposal lor
i'aln'loit." , . ?
Two responsible nnd af orove I mreties will be required
from each successful bidder, and no proposiil will be ooruld*
ercij In whleli no sureties are named. Tl;i> Hchoul Trttstees
ri'i>erv>! tho rl ^bt to reject any or all of the prop cals i>tfcxed,
li ueemc I I'oi tbe pubfic Interest to ?l<? ?>t.
5 THOMAS MrMANr*,
JOHN HCKLJN30N,
PI IEH EWALD.
TIMOTHY DALY,
THOMAS PBAIUOH,
Board of Truiteee, Nlneiseutb ward.
1^71.
\'"ILl.AOK OF OOSHEN WyVTRR WORKS?THE
nnd' rsif.ned. Water Commlasloner" of sa d vlllajre, will
ree^lve nt tbe oitiee of Nalbau C. Saniord, In said Tlbate,
11 til tbe 101b t-iy ot .lr.Iy, ls71. Settle. 1 Profoaals t ?r Ui9 con
Slnietlort of a tUte House nnd Storage llcsctvuk Dnm tor
Mid Witter works, according to the plans and r,,>ot:li.cations
there'or, which lu iy now '<? "<n at said odlce SaM cam Is
to be an cari 1 cn embaokment, composed of a SO I .0,000
cnb'c yards <>r earth. Pruposa.s m ist be icc rnpanle l by a
lende'of sol iolent s -enrity, and the Cummissionars reserve
the rlhl.t to reject all proposals made. r ^ Kr>ti . . .
n! C. SANFO?b,
J. J. t:t;tiPEK,
Wa'cr ('omnilaaloners of the Villa e of Oosiisn.
f)pl I CO tur "<, Ori.na? c Hintr, N. Y., Juue 2t', lfc/l.
BILLIARDS.
A "1 ?STANOARL> AMKRft'AN HILLIARD TABLES,
j\ 1. uiie piallcil fur accuraoy ao*l durability and ay
proved by tbe lcadliu amateurs and pruferaioMl players;
Constantly on liai <1, Tablca el priccs rar.gim! from if'iW ap*
wardii; als i unique ?ty;ea fur ctwelunx b ?.i#es.
FUELAN A OOLLl'.Nn^lt. 73i Uroadway;.
APAr.l.OK HII.LIARD TABLE, PORTABLE, m!W,
for ale cheap. t:a I at 21J East Twenty-third street,
plauo iscory. _ _
\\r ir. nRiKrirB'S OIIIUATIO tables, with
tr . DclaiK./'a pat-.'iit wire cushi ni, can only be bough'
at 4u t'esey s.reot. r'neond band Tnulea :'or sale
i) niLLIVKI) TABLES rt)R SAL1': O.I SAP. I NEW
.j an 1 I ?e 1 111 b nid ; rosewooe, standard a /.e, all com
plrtc , will esclunae for Horse ai.il Wa^oo or Pioaee. CW
at illV East Twen'y-iolrd street, near Tbiid aromse.

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