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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLK JSO. 12,725. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1871. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS?second PAOE-Flfth and sixth column*.
AaTRULOGY?tiiiri> Page?Third column.
MILLIARDS -Second Page?Sixth column.
BOAKD AND LODGING WANTED-SEOOWB PAQ*
Klrst ooiumn.
HOARDERS WANTED Second Pag*? First column.
HHdOK LYN BOARD?rkcond Page? First column.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE - THIRD PAO*?
Fourth column. _ _
BUSINESS opportunities Firbt PAGE?Fourth col
uuin.
BUSINESS NOTICES?fifth Page?Sixth column.
CITY REAL ESTATE FOR BALE?thtej> Page?Fourth
column. _
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?THIRD PAGE?Second Ml
unin.
CLOTHING?TlitRD Pag*?Third co.umn.
COACHMEN AND GARDENER8?Third Pag*?Sccond
and third columns.
COASTWISE steamships-SECOND Page?Third and
fourth columns.
COUN'i RY BOARD?second Page?First and second
columns.
DRY GOODS?FIRST Pag*?Sixth column.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN
furnished? Seventh Page?Sixth column.
EUROPEAN STEAM8111fS?Second Pag*?Third column.
Kl'ROPF? first Page? Fifth column.
EXCHANGE -Seventh Pag*?Sixth column.
EXCURSIONS second Page?Fifth column.
FINANCIAL- First Pauk?Fifth column.
fireworks Seventh Page?Sixth column.
FOR SALE? First Page Third and fourth columns.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
seventh Paoe Sixth ooiumn.
FURnITi RK?SF.vKNvn Page?Fifth column.
FRENCH advertisements-THIRD Pao*?Third ool
umn.
HELP WANTED?MALES?third Page?Third column.
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?third Page -Second
column.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, Ac.?first Pag*?Second and
third columns.
HOTELS?second Pag*?First column.
HOUSES, ROOMS, Ac., WANTED?THIRD PAOK-Plfth
column.
INSTKUCTION?third Page?Filth column.
JERSEY CITY, HOHOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER
GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALU-TUIRD Page?
Fourth column.
LOAN OFFICES?first Pao*-Sixth column.
LOST ANI) FOUND ?FlKBT PAGE?First column.
machinery?first Page?Fourth column.
MARHLK MANTELS?St V EN TH Pagk?Slxtn column.
matrimonial?FiltBT PAGE?Fourth column.
M epical- Third Page-Third coiutnn.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS-EIGHTH Page?
Sixth column.
miscellaneous?seventh Pao*?Fifth column.
personal first Page?kim column.
PIANOFORTES-second Page?Sixth column.
PusT OFFICE NOTICE?first Page?Filth column.
PROPOSALS?SECOND Page?Fourth column.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT Tniiti< Pagf?Fourth and hfth columns.
real estate TO exciiange-Third Page?Fifth
column.
real estate WANTEP-TniKD PAOR-Fifth column.
religious NOTICES?first Paoe?Siith column.
RESTAURANTS?SEVENTH page?Fifth column.
REWARDS?fibbt Page?First column.
sales AT AUCTION?third Paoe?Sixth column.
SITUATIONS WANlED-FEMALER-TutttD Page?First
column.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?thibd PAGE-Sec
ond column.
SPECIAL NOTICES- First page?First and second col
umn*.
WORT I.NG-dogs, BIRDS, Ac?First Paoe?Second
column.
STRAW goods-first Page?Sixth column.
SUMMER RESORTS?SECOND PAGK-Secoud and third col
umns.
THE TRADES?third Paoe?Third column.
T11E 7t RF?FIRST Page?Second column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES-SEVENTH Pao*?
Sixth column.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?SECOND Page?Fourth column.
UNFURNISHED rooms AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Seventh Page Sixth column.
WANTED TO I'URCHASE-FIRST PAOE-Fourth column.
"WATCHES, JEWELRY, 4c.?seventh paok-Slxth col
umn.
WINES, LIQUORS, Ao.?first Paoe-Fifth column.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, 4c.?first Page?Sixth column.
11 KRAI/D BRANCH OFFICE?UP TOWN.
J^DVBRTIBEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT BRANCH OFFICE,
L24? BROADWAY,
THREE DOORS ABOVE THIRTY-FIRST 6TREET.
advertisements ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M.
TILL 8 P. M. EVERY DAY IN THE TEAR AT OFFICE
RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIN&
pbrsonaij.
A-aio REWARD GIVEN FOR information OON
. ceratngthe body ot" James Bronock. a young man, 26
years old, who fell overboard off the sloop Industry, on
Wedneadav, the 21st instnnt, in tb>i Swash channel, near
Ktaten Island shore. Description-Height. 6 feet 9; light
complexion, smooth face; had on netted undershirt and
drawers, also overalls and overshirt. Any Information will
he thankrully received by Mrs. BRONOCK, 607 West Forty
aixth slr-rt. _
A DAMS-BE AT SAME PLACE SUNDAY, AT S P. M.,
. _ . ^
C.
A or address MO East Broadway, care of Mrs. HogjjerL
(2 LENWOOD, HUDSON.?THE GENTLEMAN WHO
T sat b?*ldi> ladr going up Hudson Hirer Railroad, 6
o'clock P. M. train last Thursday, and wrote said words ou
a card upon his pocketbook, is desirous of her acquaint
ance. Ad Jreis W. E. P., Herald office.
IF WILLIAM LEE If STILL LIVING HE WILL OBLIGE
by writing to the person in whom he was Interested, giving
his present address.
INFORMATION WANTED.-?1,000 REWARD.?GAVIN
Mailman, born In Flfmlilre, Scotland, 17D2, heir to pro
perty, resided In 1S54 at Shedlac and Rlchibucto, New Bruns
wick ; died In America since 1D64. Reltaol* evidence of his
death will secure the reward. Address THOMAS ireland,
71 Clerk street, Edinburg, Scotland.
INFORMATION IS WANTED OF MARY DONOOHUE.
I who lel'l the city of Dublin about 19 years ago on board
the ?hip W alerloo: w hen last heard of was in tba city of
New York, about 12 years aijo, apt- 86 years. Any informa
tion of her will be thankfully received Dy ner sister, Bridget
Kherln, by writing to Bridget Sfaertn, Verplank's Point Post
oilier, WestcueBler county, Slate of New York.
bridget SHERIN._
IF OSCAR ST. MARTIN WILL LEAVE HIS ADDRESS,
within 15 rtavs ?t WM. S. FROWN'S. 105 Coentlcs slip,
he will see his brother. Hurdle St. Martin.
New * orb, June 17, 1871.
Mrs. c. c. hartnett-call at-the sturte
vant for (MM immediately.
H.- MKF.T ME OM THE STEAMER plymouth
. Rock, fool of Thirty-fourth street. North river, to-:nor
row, at 8:.'!() A. M. precisely. Will see you at Pou^hkeepsie,
or ou my return to New York at 7 P. M. G. L., JR.
N
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255
u. w-mwiiAi -2.
LD SWEETNESS-! HAVE BEFN IK TOWN POME
lime., out have nut heard a word frem you. KIS8.
EACHES? MEET ME~TO-DAY, AT3 O'CLOCK P. It. j
?arae p'.aoe. PiSARS.
SUHIK EDMON OS, OK DITCHESS COUNTY, LATB oV
II'?Where can I see you? Address UARRY, box 115
tlarald olDce.
VrE MET AGAIN AT KURTZ'S GALLERY YESTER
TT day morning. Remember mv leaving at Mantna .Jnno
Uon that Sunday? Your hand out of window. Will find *om?
one acquainted to Introduce ma If you will (end addreii to
COLUMBUS, Herald odiee.
?IE YOU VALUE LIFE SEE I1IM, AT HIS
roooi, Sturterant House.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND-A BRACELET, IN BROADWAY.?THE OWN
er van bare It liy proving property. Address box 5,i>?0
Post ofllca.
LOST?ON THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 8, A SK YE
Terrier: answer* to the name or Punch. Tbe tinder
will be lib erally rewarded by returning blm to No. 1 East
Tlitrty-eiirhth street.
IOST.?GOOD PAY WILL BK GIVEN FOR THE
J Mantel Clock taken irotn 73 Clinton place, Tuesday laat,
Mid no (luestlont asked.
IOST-A POCKETBOOK, CONTAINING ABOUT #300
J and some other paper*. It was 1 st last nlgbt in a
Broadway and Twenty-third atreet omnibus, at half past 8
o'clock, near Klsk's Opera House. If founu please return to
F. F.. at Mr. Kljux's, III Waverley place.
Lost-a little red scotch terrier, with
ears and tall cut; answer* to tbe name of I)le*. A libe
ral reward will be paid ou bl* return to A. MILLER, 311
Iludion street, coruer of Spring.
STRAYED OR BTOI,EN?FROM 17 EAST FORTY-SEV
entli street, a white Esquimaux or Spin Dog, this (Fri
day) morning, about nlue or ten o'clock; answers to tbe
name ol Prince. A liberal reward will be paid tor his return.
REWARDS.
a> f n REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS FOR THE
?|H 1J return of Diamond Clust r Pin to 13 Sixth avenue;
lest or taken Thursday last ear*, Broadway, Williamsburg.
$rn REWARD. -LOST ON FRIDAY MORNING, GO
? Jvr ing from Forly-eichtb street to Itrooine In a Broad
wsy o.tr, a gold opan face levur Watch and Chain, R. A G.
Hera!) inukera, No. 111,633. The above reward will be paid
on returning to WATtRLOW A CO., 881 Sixth avenue. No
question* nuked.
II EVVARD. LOST, FRIDAY MORNING, IN BROADWAY
II par. Watcb and < haln ; a suitable ^reward will lie paid
upon return to 6U Frauklln street, up stair*. No questiou*
aaked.
NPKCIAL NOTir:is.
A ?A--PERSONS WHO ARE INSURED IN GOOD
. life Insurance companies, and who do not dealre to
?Iirrt-nder tbelr policies bv an absolute sale, cau borrow the
?urremler value of their policies by applying at Insurance
Agency, 87 Liberty itreeL
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS
*?4 Valises at the ilreat Family Shoe Emporium, 330
.Bowery, corner of Koud street, selling lio rer cent below
Broadway price*. W. I> BIGELOW.
ROBERT IRtVIN.
?A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS.
KKN1UCKY STATE LOTTERIES.
gtHTllCKY KXTIIA CI.AKH *<? 3 7~JP*r. !13, 1871
?l, ?, 14. Ml, 34, 48, 2tl, 34, 4, 46. 2i, 4'i. 12, 41.
AI.ADAMa?rXT?A ULAlia NO. Ml -JCHKW, 1871.
X 29, ?8. 14, 78, 24, bO, 22, 78. ol. 1?. 74, ??, 13.
l'?l>t < AII -Cl.AHH RO. ill* JUNK 23, 1871.
?. M*. 3, 76, Si, ill, ft, 1,1 ft), 68, ,11
KKNTtK'KY?CLASH Ml), afe jtisg ;'3. 1871.
3f>. 61, 78, 4, 31, 74, hi, flfi, :>7, bl, 59, 17.
SIMMONS A Co., Managers, Covington, Ky.
3. CLUTE, Broker, SOS Broadway. -Post office box 4,!W.
A _A.-"WILMINGTON LOTTERY."
, Extra lupplemeutarv.
Ot.AHt* M'l -URAWN AT I'! .I'tiMK 33, 1871
4t>. id, 37, 11, 14, 43, 23, 47, 71, 78/B2, 16, bl
?'? AOH SOU- DRAWN AT r? ??. M . JPHf 28, r*!l
f?, u, 48, 78, 24. Ml. 87, H, M. 87, 4, 88, 88.
U' ?v A Cf.. Hiugvri. ^40Ur*uiwitfb gtrevL
SPECIAL NOTICE*. _
f( RATHE * BRO., PLC 11HEltH. STEAM AND OAS
\J, Fitter*. 344 Fourth avenue, porthweit corner Twenty
ttftb HUB, New York. l'liiinMug, Strain unci un? Kitting >m
the mull approved principle; repairing done on reasonable
terms.
IflRST BRER BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT.
1 lmportea Vienna Lager, per dozen $2 60
Imported Bavarian Lager, per dozen 2 SO
AI?o Milwaukee Lager, per dozen 1 60
Newark Lager, per dozen 1 110
For family use and (hipping.
HOLLENDER * CO.,
241 Broadway, opposite City Sail Park.
Notice to bankers and brokers.-draft no.
131 for ?1.000, at 60 dav?, drawn by Winchester Re
peating Arm* Company, New Haven, on Baring Bro?. A Co.,
London, has been stolen or mlilald. All persons are cau
tioned against negotiating name, as payment has been
stopped. PIllLIP sr. JUSTICE, 42 din street, N. Y.
Royal Havana lottkry.-full official
drawings received of June 16, by JOSEPH BATES, 1U4
Broadway, room No. 4.
Royal Havana lottery of cuba, june 16.-867
dVetf $100,000, gold; Kentucky, Class 8MJ, Nos. 85, 76, <1,
dri-w *20,0(10. Ail orders promptly attcn led to and circulars
sent by addressing BALE* A CO. (old established oBlce), 174
Broadway.
STAMMERING. STAMMERING, STAMMERING Posi
tively and permanently cured by l)rs. MANN A COLV1N,
13 Waverlpy place, late or Aator House. No pay until cure
effected. Best of reference* furnished of persons that we
have cured In Jersey City. Newark and Paterson, New Jer
sey, Brooklyn and this city, on application at our office, in
person or by letter.
TO ARCHITECTS, builders AND OTHERS.?te8se
lated ami Mosaic Tiling, suitable lor churches, entrance
halls, vestibules, Ac.. manufactured by T. a R. BOOTH,
Staffordshire, Eneiaml, for which lliey nave been awarded
Srlze medals In all the world's fairs ever held, and can now
e ontalued at a much less cost than hitherto charged. Sam
ples and design* t? be seen at the office of EDWARD
BOOTE, 78 Murray street. New York. Marble men supplied.
NFOKTING-DOUH, BIKDS, 6cC.
Francis butler, no. 8 peck slip, has allthb
choice breeds of Dogs. Butler's Infallible Mange Cure
and Flea Exterminator, 70c.; Butler's new work, $.!. Dogs
boarded, trained, Ac. Medicines for all diseases.
THE TURF.
Fleetwood park, Saturday, june 24, i871.-at
S>i o'clock ; slake of #380.
A. if. Whltson's b. g. Dick.
M. S. Curry's ch. g. Mohawk.
William McKoberts' nlk. g. Country Boy.
D. B. i;oil's ch. g. Tom McMannls.
P. Mallen'seh. m. Lady Homer.
M. McNamara's br. in. Katie.
J. Silleck's g. ui. Nellie Cray.
Mile heats best 8 In 6 In harness.
SAME DAY.
Match, for $1,000.
D. Pfelffer' Richard M. Tweed.
G. N. Feriiusou's Blight Eyes.
Mile heatn, beet 2 in 8, to wagons.
Trains, by Harleui Railroad, leave Twenty-sixth street at
11:30 A. M. and 2 :80 P. M.
P. J. M. VAM CORTLANDT,
D. Tai.i.man. President.
Superintendent.
TJROSPECT PARK FAIR GROUNDS.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24.
Purse 475.
Free for horses that never beat three minutes.
Same day?Purse $75.
Free for horses that never beat 2:50.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28.
Purse 8100.
Free for horses that never beat 2:40.
Entrcis to close on ttie track on Saturday, June 24, at 2 ;S0
P. M. All to be mile heats, best In lire, to harness.
TROTTING.-FLEETWOUD PARK, SATURDAY, JUNE
24, 1871, match $1,000. Dan Ptlfer names brown horse
Richard M. Tweed, G. N. Ferguson names bay mare Bright
Eyes, mil* and repeat, to wagons; S :S0 P. M.
HORSES* CARR1AOEH, &('.
AT BARKER A HAMLIN'S
CITY AUCTION MART AND N. Y. TATTERS ALLS,
corner Broadway and Thirty-ninth street.
MAJOR CHAS. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER.
Regular sales of Horse*, Carriages, Ac.,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Twenty-four hours allowed for trial on
every home sold under warranty.
A LARGE DRIVING RING
In the mart for showing horses on sale.
Carriages taken on storage.
Superior stabling for horses on sale.
Outside sale* solicited and promptly attended to.
Liberal advances made on everything in the horse line.
CATALOGUE OF SALE THIS DAY, AT 12 UCLOCK.
The celebrated, well known and fast bay trotting (ieidlng
New Hampshire Boy. sired by Toronto Chief; is 15)$ high, 6
years old; eztra tine, free and elegant driver: extra style and
action; trotted this spring at Fleetwood Park in 2:36, 2:^4
and 1MSi: Is a ureal roadster; Is afraid of nothing; no
puller or lugger; can be driven by a lady and warranted
sound and kind.
Handsome and extra fine brown Gelding, 15V high, 6 years
old; line, free and stylish driver; Shan), nvely roadster; ele
gant under saddle, goes all gaits, acuiie for lady to drive and
warranted sound and kind.
Handsome and highly bred bay saddle Mare, 16 high, 7
years old ; goes all gaits, great alyle and action, gentle tor
child to ride; was sired by Two Bltts, dam by Brawaer's
Eclipse.
Cioselv matched and elegant pair of brown coach Horses,
16 high,' 8 year* old; extra fine and styliah drivers, great
roadsters, drive evenly and alike: have flowing manes and
tail* and are warranted sound and kind.
Pair of closely matched and well bred bay Geldings, 16&
high, ti years old; tree, prompt and handy drivers: can trot In
3)?; great roadsters, fear nothing, gentle for child to drive ;
I unHiirrtnHfteil for family or hnilnr.kH use and warranted sound
ana kind.
Fine and siyllsh dapple gray Hor*e, 16V high, fl years old,
free, pleasant and baudr driver, (harp traveller; atrald of
nothing; gentle for any one to drive; a tine coupe or family
home; warranted sound and Kind.
One elegant Victoria, made by Brewster A Co., in fine
order.
Fine, stylish and handsome black coupe llorse, 16 high,
7 years old. extra tine, free and bandy driver; flowing mane
aud tall; can trot close to three minutes; treat roadster: no
vice or tricks; elegant under aaddie; warranted sound and
kind.
one Coupe Rockaway and Coupe Harness, in good order.
One eletant side spring Road Wagon, made by Benson
Bros., new and warranted.^
Rockawava, Depot nnd Express Wagons.
Number sets second band Double aud Single Harness.
Fine, lar.e, handsome and bandy blood Day trotting Mare,
1S?4 hlgb, 7 years old ; raised In Monmouth county, N. J.,
sired by Patchen, dam by Knglnter; Is extra handy, free,
easy *ud pleasant driver; ha* no vices, and is safe tor laily
to drive at speed or to locomotive; Is stvllsb, rapid and pure
galti-d, and can trot a telle in from 3:0i to every day to
road wagon; Is known as the Governor Price mare; war
ranted sound and kind. This mare must be sold, being the
property ol a defaulter, and sold by order of the directors.
Also sevi-ral other Horses.
Full description nt iitie.
Sales never postponed on account of weather.
A FULL LINE LIGHT ROCKAWAY8, DEPOT tVAOONS*
extension ton Phaetons, ladles' Pony Phaetons and
every style seasonable Carriages at very lowest popular
pile*. MANUFACTURERS7 UNION REPOSITORY,
<88 Broadway,
An elegant half TOP BRETT at a bargain?
Park Phaetons, Victorlns, Coupe Rocaaway*, and every
other style seasonable Carriage, at lowest popular prices.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION REP0SI60RY, 6St) Broadway.
A SECOND HAND SIX-SEAT PHAETON AND ROCKA
way, several seta Double Harnesa, assortment new Car
riages aud Harness; sailing off cheap to close bualuesa.
TAYLOR, M Cedar street
AT a SACRIFICE-THREE MINUTE MARE, NEW
Muggy, Ac. Seen at stable south side 129th street, west
of Third avenue.
A STYLISH PAIR OF BLACK CANADIAN PONIES
far sale; waranted sound, kind and gentle; ran be rid
den or driven by a lady. Address PONIES, Herald office.
ATOP WAGON, BY BREWBTER; OPEN ROAD
Wagon, by Dusenbury A Van Duser; top Pony Phaeton,
little used, perfect order; also ten top and no top Waeons,
best city makers, #46 up ; a line, assortment of all styles sum
mer Carriages for sale low; Harnesses, summer Roues,
Sheets, Ear Nets, Whips, A-., Ac. W. H. GRAY,
2ii to itf Woosier street, between Canal and i.rand streets
A -SHEETS, AFGHANS, ROBES, NETS, WHIPS,
, Saddles, Harness, Carriages, An.
* Verv large assortment, very low price*.
JOHNSTON A VAN TASsklL, M Litany street
A -SEVERAL SECOND HAND, SQUARE BOX, HALF
, spring, no tou Wagons, made hy Brewster A Co., of
Broome ?trcei, and low prions. A. 8. FLANDRAU, Carriage
Builder, Mo. 7 East Eignteentb street, near Fifth avenue.
V-TOP AND OPEN PHAETONS, TOP AND OPEN
, Wagons, curtain Coaeb, one Barouche, Express and
Jagger Wagon; Harness suitable for all ourposea from $12
up; Lap Roties, Sheets, Blanketa, kf , at the cheap stand,
l.olHt aud 1,401 Broadway, near Forty-first itrect.
LITTLE A TURNER.
A GOOD STRONG HORSE FOR SALE-SUITABLE
for cither cart or tniek ; 8 ."ears old, sound and kind; or
would exchange for a younger and lighter horse. In quire of
N. McUOLDRlCK. 44 Flushing avenue, near Oxford sire
Brooklyn.
4 FIRST CLASS ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SEC
nnd hand Buggies, my < wn manufacture ; also Sun
down and Depot Wagons; great reduction In prices.
ISAAC LOCKWOOD, corner 187th st. and Third av.
A -SECOND HAND TOP PONY PHAETON, GOOD
. ortler. cheap.
Second hand Banket Pony Phaeton.
Second hand Brett (on C springs), Brewster's make; cost
$l,iiini; will be sold at a bargain.
Two second hand Bretts at :iit00 and tf4M.
One second hand Turnout Seat Buggy, 1(0.
Two second hand Rockaways for ronr persons.
Second hand Pony Wagon, with Harneis and Two Saddles.
Extension Top Phaeton*, Bretts, Victorias, Cabriolets,
Rockaway*, Depot Wugon*, Buggies, Ac.,
all at very low price*.
Assortment of Pony Phaetons, very If w.
DEMAREM A WOODRl'FF.
62H aud rtoO Broadway.
\ THE CARRIAGE OF THE PERIOD.
J\ . A variety of seasonable Carriages in all the newest and
most approved styles; Clarences, Landaus, Coui"'* and Lan
(tailletU*, Rockaways and Buggies, Pony l'haetons in
variety, with or without lops.
A. S. FLANDRAU, Carriage Builder,
No. 7 East Eighteenth street, near Fifth avenue.
A CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 141 WEST BROAIV
A way. -Kockawav*. Park aud Pony Pbaelona, fop and
Open Buggies, Express and Business Wagon*, one Road
Wagon, Brewster build. 141 West Broadway.
A SECOND HAND BRETT, DEPOT WAGON, WAG.
onette, Missions, Coupe, (old at half cost; seaaonable
I'aiiiHgea, Landaua, Landaulnts, llam's patent Clarence;
?old iu per cent less than Hroadwav stores.
HAM, Fourth street and Broadwsy.
A FIFTEEN FINE HORSES JUST ARRIVED FROM
? Michigan: some Hue pair* and fine stepping horses.
Apply to S. W. ll KIN KM A N, 46 Wooster street.
k VI RY STYLISH DARK BAY HAMBLEToNIAN
J\ road horse for sale ti year* old, 1BH hand* high , per
lettlv sound and kinu, truti Id U:46, prict Apply at
IIOKNKM, CAKKIAC1KIS. &C.
A SIX SKATED ROGKAWAY. BUILT HY MINKR A
Stevens, lined with blue cloth, and In perfect order;
price ij!46a Alio h bay Mare, lfi'u hand* blub, tiyeaisold;
sound and perfectly safe for a lady to drive; price $200. Ap
ply at 138 hait Thirteenth street.
CARRYALLS, SIX DIFFERENT STYLES, SI ITARL.E
for railroad, depot or family use in the country; several
?econd hand; all styles new and second band Carriage!.
MANUFACTURER*' UNION, 688 Broadway.
/ carriages, SECOND HAND TOP BOOGIES, LIGHT
V Trotting and Road Wagons, four and ill ieat Phaetons,
one extension top Phaeton, a nlne-ieat Beach Carriage,
Rockawavs, Clarences, Ac., at R. M. STIVERS', 144 to 162
East Thirty-first street
C1ARR1AGES.?LARUE assortment OFFERED, LOW
J eat manufacturers' prices, comprising extension and
half ton Phaetons, Rockawavs, Victoria*. Depot*, Buggies,
Business Wagons und Pony Phaetons and Harness.
11. B. WITTY & CO., Ill Nevtns street, Brooklyn.
I7ILEGANT BASKET WAGON. WITH RUMBLFR; COST
U st-760 and used but a few times; will be sold low for want
of u*e. Addieas box 2,913 Post ofllce.
FOR SALE-TWO CITY MADE ROAD WAGONS. IN
perfect order; one side spring, price $110, and one ellip
tic sprint/, price *150. Apply at 505) Seventh avenue, from 12
o'clock to 7 P. M.
For sale-a pair of fine carriaoe horsks,
bays, six years old, full 16 hands; one extra line, stvlish,
uncle horse, very high knee action, full 18 hands; would
make a tine leader for a tandem or four-ln-haud team; also
three handsome ponv Horses, wel broken for ladles to drive,
Address W. A K. foote or george BURNETT, New
Haven, Conn.
CTOR sale-A pair OF BA* HORSES, 16!< HANDS, 6
J? years old; good, prompt, stylish drivers; warranted
sound and kind.
L. cooke, 286 Eighth avenue, corner Twenty-second st.
For pale-a very fine saddle horse, per
fectly Hate and warranted sound. Can be seen until July
1 oniv. at the National Stables, between Forty-fU'th and
Forty-sixth streets and Sixth avenue.
OR sale-A LIGHT SHIFTING TOP WAQON,
nearly new.
magee A CO., lHftth street and Tliiril avenue.
For sale-a handsome no top pony phaeton,
almoetnew; sold for want of use. Apply at MdDON
ALD'S stable, Forty-first street, between Lexlugton and
Third avenues.
FOR sale?A SHETLAND pony, AS GEN TLE AS A
kltien under the saddle or In harness; Wagon and Har
ness also If desired. Apply at 718 Ninth street, near ave
nue (V
For sale-a very stylish carriage team ok
mahogany bay Horses, half brothers, just 7 years old;
black points, long tales and manes; sound, kind and without
a blemish. Can ue seen at stable, 219 West Forty-urst st.
For sale-a handsome pair of young black
Hofses, warranted sound anil kind; stylish I'rewster
Pheaton, Harness, ac. To be seen at stable 184 West Forty,
ninth street.
I10R SALE-LIGHT SHIFTING TOP WAGON. JUST
put In complete order: can be seen at Kltleror's shop,
80 Thompson street. Apply at 115 Greenwich street.
I|iOK SALE?A LOT OF GOOD WORKING AND DRIV
1 Ina Horses, just from the country; to be sold cheap. Ap
ply at hfi Wooster street, near Spring.
Ii^OR SALE?AT MILLWOOD'S STABLES, FIFTH AVE
nue, corner Forty-lourth street, one I >og Cart, one Vlu
lorla, one lirfhi too Buggy Wagon, one three qnarter seat
Wagon, net single Harness, one ladles' Side Saddle and Bridle,
one gent's Saddle ami Bridle, the property of a private gen
tleman going to Europe.
IilOR SALE-A BAY KEN'lUCRY HORSE, lft>tf HANDS
high; broken to saddle and harness. Apply at 90 James
street.
F
BpOR SALE AN ELEGANT FOUR-WHEEL DOG
' Cart; will e?ihnng? It tor a high-back top Bugiry and
single Harness. Address box 2.146 Post oillce.
T7>OR SALE, a HANDSOME BROWN HORSE, IS
_T hands 1 Inch, with a lone, flowing mane and tail; also
fast; 6 years old; sound, kind and true In single or double
harness. Can be seen at 47 Great Jones street, Talman'i
?tables.
/GENTLEMAN'S complete TUKNOUT.-ONE PAIR
1J elegant coach Horses, second hand Harness, Blankets,
Ac.; rare chance for any one wlnhing to purchase a line team.
For sale by WALTER THORNK, lilS West Thirty-first street.
JiOR SALE-BAY MARE, lB)tf HANDS, YOUNG, STVL
Isb and a free stepper. Apply at feed store, 81 Second
avenue.
For sale-a handsome bay horse, e years
old, IS hands 2 Inches; very fast; long mane nnd tail;
warranted sound; quiet in single or double harness; also
kind and true. Canoe seeu at 47 Great Jones street, Tai
nan's stables.
OR SALE CHEAP-ONE PAIR OF LARGE GRAY
truck Horses. J AM ES PYLE, 360 Washington street.
F
For sale cheap-a very uandsome bright
hay Horae, 15X hands, beautiful coat, long black tall
and mane; unsurpassed for carriage, coupe or family use;
perfectly sound and senile. Apply to JOSEPH TOWN LEY,
156 Weat Flllleth street, for three days.
IflOR SALE CHEAP-A VERY STYLISH BLACK
' Horse, 16V hands high, 8 years old, sound and kind
every way, one of the best coupe horses that can he found;
can be driven by a ladv and Is a perfect family borse every
way. Can be seen until sold at bimp60n'S livery stablea,
148 and 160 East Thirty-ninth Street, uetween Third and Lex
ington avenues. _
FOR SALE CHEAP?ONE GROCER'S AND ONE
Express Wagon, one four-wheel Dog Cart, one Depot
and one slide seat Buggy, two Carpenter's Wagons, one
Truck, two sets single anutwo seta double Truck Harness, at
?36 Spring street, corner of Clarke.
Fifty first class top and open buggies, a
little soiled, will be aoM at HtlOO each less than the uaiie.l
prices, at the CARRIAGE MAN UFACTt KLKa' UNION
REPOSITORY, 688 Broadway.
Government property at private sale.?
Harness, Blankets, Saddles, C,o thing, Tents, liny Caps,
Moaquito Nets, Rubber Goods, anil general assortment of
Harness and Saddlery. Bend for circular. 11U Chambers
street, New Vork; 71 North Second itreet, Philadelphia.
JARNES8 OK EVIKY DESCRIPTION,
1 Single, 4<M to #126; Double, $20 to $400.
Riding buddies, Hrldles, W tjlj s, Sheets, Robes, Blankets,
Brushes, Sponge*, Ac., Ac.
EDGAR S. NICHOLS,
1U College place, near corner Murray street.
1ADIES' POPULAR I'ONY PHAETONS.?TEN DIFFER
J enl styles; several second hand and sllRbtly soiled Car
riages chiap; Harness of all styles and prices, at M A N U
FACTUREKS' UNION REPOSITORY, ?3h Broadway.
TO LET-AN ELEGANT BLACK TEAM, GOLD
mounted harness and Victoria. with coachman, for the
season, for country or city use. Apply to L. A. STA11L, 132
ft Thirty-first street, Hamilton's stable.
TO CARTMEN.
Work Horses to let at $3 per day. 424 West Thirteenth
street.
Tea cart for sale?made by wood bros..
quite new and In perfect order; carries four persons.
Inquire for Michael, of stablo No. 22 East Eighteenth street,
near Broadway.
\TT\ANTED-A SORREL OR BLACK YOUNG HORSE
vt or Colt, 16 bands hied, stylish, well bred and souud.
Cat) on or address F. C., 440 Washington street.
FOR KALK.
A CIGAR STORE, WITH STOCK, GOOD WILL AND
Fixtures, complete, for sale; receipts 440 per day. Ad
dress box 142 New York Post oSlce.
An ASSORTMENT OF SAFES, TO CLOSE OUT, CHEAP
for cash; Herring's, Marrln'a and Wildi r's make, all
sizes; LIUle's Defensive Sales, charged with fulminating
powder. O. C. QUIRK, No. 8 Park place.
A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR ONE WISHING TO EN
ter the Cigar and Liquor business; small capita! re
quired ; best location; good reason for selling. Apply to Mr.
DANDkE, 67 East Tenth street.
A NO. 1 CORNER LIQUOR STORE FOR SALK?Lo
cation unsurpassed; splendid business stand; long
lease; low rent; great bargain. Particulars at 23 Chambera
street. QBO RGB W. H1MKRS, Store Agency.
A BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT SHOP FOR
saie cheap, Uooo reason given, luqulre at 401 Seventh
avenue.
A -SPLENDID BILLIARD SALOONS FOR SALE AT
. a sacrifice; also fine Sample Kimms on Sixth avenue
for ?7ti0; also corner Liquor Stores, corner Groceries,
Bakeries, Confectioneries, Ire Cream Saloons, Mantel
Stands. Hotels, down town Keatauranta, Blacksmith Shop
Business. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street.
A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR STORE, WEEKLY
receipts from #360 to 4400, for sale cheap, on account
of sickness; located near a railroad depot. Inquire of
KEMPNEK k sell Loss, 270 West Tb.rty-slxth street, near
Eighth avenne.
4 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY AND
Jx. Wine Store, down towu, at a derided bargain ; dissolu
tion of partnership. JAMES CAGNEY, Auctioneer, Real
Enisle and Loan Broker, &31 Hudaon street Or will be soul
at auction Tuesday next.
AF-iR SALF?NEAT AND PAYINO GROCERY, JM
, West FIfty-flrst street: fresh stock ; owner lesrlng the
citv ; ?r will tie sold at auction Monday. Apply to JAMES
CAGNEY, Auctioneer, 531 Hudson sit eel.
Drug siorb for male-is now doing a lakgr
and lucrative trade; Is well stocked and handsomely
Btled; has been carried on by the present proprietor tor the
last 20 years; ll is an opportunity seldom offered; easv terms
will he made to a desirable party. Apply to WILLIAM M.
GILES, 1;W Sixth avenue, corner Thirteenth street.
Drug store for hale-in new Jersey, one
hour from New York, In a rapidly growing town, an old
established stand doing tirst class business: really a Ann
chanee to a man of energy and character: let ma very
moderate. Address, or apply to I. E. UADNETT, 82 Nassau
street, New York. _______
TOOK BALE? A FIRST CLASS C1GAK STOKE CHEAP,
r with or without Slock. Apply at 807 Bowery, opposite
Bleecker street.
FOR SALE PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLEKY ; GOOD Lo
cation ; cheap. luquireatUl Hester street.
K. KUKHNE.
JpoR PALE THE STOCK, LEASE and FIXTURES or
F a well assorted Stationery and fancy an I Catholic
Goods Store, ss the owner wishes to change his business;
any ressonabie otter will be accepted. Apply at 136 Third
avenue, betweeu Fourteenth aud Fifteenth streets.
h^OR SALK A GROCERY STORE, WITH FIXTURES,
situated No. 1.IN1 Second avenue; must he sold to-day,
or else It will be sold on Monday at auction sale.
FOR SALE-A FIRST CLASS DRC<? KTOKE, WELL
locate i and doing a good business. Fur particulars ap
ply to WILLIAM LINDY, W Fourth avenuo. New Vork.
FM)R PALE ((4,000' A HOTEL, IN GOOD LOCATION
on account uf sickucsa Inquire of H. KRONTii. 17
F
KOIt S\l.r.. _
For sale a first clans boot ano shoe
Store, Joins a Rood business, a splendid opportunity fnr
any periou desirous of enterln4 holiness, a* ample time will
be given for the payment thereof when real estate i? offered
ai collateral security. Kor particular* apply to WILLIAM
H. ALLEN, 37 Warren street, New York.
For sale-kake chance?a handsome and
well appointed Drug and Prescription Store, desirably
located on one of the best avenues of Washington city, doing
a fair cash business. For particulars address MuODY k
CO., No. 7 Murray street, New \ ork.
OR SALE-A FIRST CLASS DISTILLERY AND WINE
_ Store, situated ou East Sixteenth street, doing a good
business; goodr ason*forselliug. Apply toC.M. DEORICK,
No. 4 City Hall place.
For sale a first class national bank safe,
made to order; two steel vaults, three combination locks.
191 Greenwich street.
F^or sale-elegant maple and rosewood
grained Counters, Showcases, Desks, tine silver Show
cases, Drug Drawers, walnut oltice Kallinn, Doors, Snshes,
Seats, Signs, Chairs, Stools, Closets ; will be shipped to any
part of the country. Apply at 627 Hudson and No. V Vestry st.
For sale-a first olass bakery, east side,
on a prominent corner; good I. ase; baking 22 to 28 bar
rels per week. Apply to 1\ GAFKNEY A CO., 369 bowery.
For sale one of thf. best lunch and cof
fee Saloon*, also adapted for dining and laper beer sa
loon. In the best locality, at very low price; must be sold tbli
day. Inquire at Hit Lls'peuard street
For sale on account of disease, a patented
Manulacturlng Business. with appurtenancesis only ?
small capital required. Kor Information call on A. C. KAU,
34 Trinity place (old No.)
For sale-a soda fountain and regenerator,
Hey'spavnt; alvo a lot ol Confectionery Toois;willb?
sold at halt price. Apply to G. A. GORDON, 176 Eighth av.
FOR SALE OR TO LET STORE, LEASE AND FIX
tures; choice location ; 28U Sixth avenue; suitable for
any light business; a present trult; will be sold cheap K sold
to day.
The oldest drug stork in northern ohio
for sale Fixtures modern ; satisfactory reaaons for sell
ing. C. H. mackenzie, 173 Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio.
djOfk A -FOR SALE, A LUNCII COUNTER, OPPOSITE
City Hall, on Broadway, ou account of owner
having two places. Apply at .14 East Thirty-fourth street,
near Third avenue, dining rooms.
Aqen -A NEAT GROCERY; GOOD LOCATION;
fixtures belong to the store. Address TEA
STORE, Herald office.
MACHINERY.
A A.-WOOD A MANN UTICA STEAM ENGINE
. Company, Builders of Stationary and Portable
Steam Engines of all nixes; Steam Boiler* of all kinds;
Circular Saw Mills, with lever or screw set works; Grain
MIII11. Shai'tln* and Pulleys, Mill Gearing, Ac., Ac. W ? have
In store, ready lor Immediate delivery, the largest stock ever
offered In tfi.s market. At 4i Cortlandt street; works,
l/tlca, N. Y.
BITSINKSS OPPORTUNITIES.
AOENTKKL BUSINESS, OF unlimited EXTENT,
for male or female ; a new discovery ; very profitable
and no humbug or claptrap ; the whole taught for 1$ 10. Call
and see tor yourself. 729 Broadway, third story, front.
AN INDUSTRIOUS BUSINESS PARTNER WANTED?
With a few hundred dollars; business long established,
where .y160 can he divided weekly; absjuitely no risk or op
position. 4i;7 Greenwich itreet.
A PEW THOUSAND DOLLARS.?PERFECT STEEL
Castings to pattern. Large orders on hand. Business
already established. VANZANDT BROS., No. 4 Dey street,
or box 8,318 l'ost otlloe.
A physician RETIRING FROM PRACTICE WILL
?ell the exclusive right to use the Oxygenized Electro
Medicated Gas In Jersey City and Hudson county; a fortune
for anv physician, male or female. Address M. D., Jersey
City Poet oilier.
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
established many years. In the belt location on Broad
way, will let the Kestauraut, furnished, on liberal terms, to a
reliable party understanding the business, aoOUt 41.600 re
quired to purchase a part of furniture, stock, Ac.; a rare op
portunity lor the right party. Address L. U. C., box 201 Her
ald office.
AN ESTABLISHED GROCERY BCSINEFS WANTED ?
With Stock, Lease, Fixtures and Apartments, In ex
change tor Household Furniture worth $i,U0U to l|ti,Ut)0. Ad
dress FURNITURE. Herald office.
A BUSINESS MAN WITH fl.OOO TO $3.00U CAN
make $1(10.(100 the next ten years; no risk ; Ave years
established ; sales mostly cash; no bonuj. Answers appoint
ing Interviews only noticed. JOHN THOMAS, 12 Charles
place, Myrtle aveuue and Myrtle street, Brooklyn. Agent*
lor this and other large cities; one to deliver good*. Call
alter 4 P. M.
A SPLENDID BUSINESS-STEAM MARBLE WORKS?
XX KH<iUtt,Wsu 111 years; 35 men at woi k : $2u,u00 invested;
wanted, partner, silent or active, wltn $6 IHK) cash, to enable
them to work men; can secure every dollar and guarantee
fixed income If desired. Apply Immediately to E. H. GIBBS
A CO., Broadway. <
AN IMPORTANT NEW DISCOVERY.-Bl'SINESS AND
amusement for males and females; can do $40 or *60
worth of usettil work In any household at a few cents' ex
Knse. A real genuine thin ?, and no humbug. P-irties taught
c art for $11', at 132 First avenue.
Drug store.-to rent, one of the best stores
In the city for a first class drug store. Inquire of the
Janitor, 011 the premises, northeast corner of Third avenue
and Eighty-sixth itreet.
FOR SALE THE ENTIRE RIGHT OF THE I'NITl*.!)
States In a Family Cornshel!er of great practical utility,
fully coveied by four patents; Is complete and ready for the
market; pronounced by practical men a perfect success.
Address lock box No. 9, Hurrlsburg, Pa.
Half interest in a first class livery stable
business, doing well, and established over ten years, to
be disposed of for $lil.0UU, or will exchange for a piece of New
York or Brooklyn property. For particulars addreii LE
COMTE, 406 Broouie street, New York.
NEWSPAPP.R.-WANTED, PARTNER, WITH KM ALL
capital, for weekly paper .city >; profits $100 weekly;
established three years ; rare chance for the right man. Call
at 48 Broad street, rooui No. 9.
IJARTmER WANTED-TO TAKE AN INTEREST IN A
manufacturing business; Maple article; capital required
$6,< 00 to #1(1,( 00. Address F., Herald office.
PARTNER WANTED?WITH FROM $5,000 TO *7,00>,
to extend An old established business; uo rink. Atlilress
H. F., Herald office.
T)ARTNER WANTED?with A FEW thousand
X dollari, or good credit, in n lint clan wholesale and ra
tal! coal concern, doing a large business. Address C. cole,
Herald office.
PARTNER WANTED? IN A FIRST class ERTAB
1 linhed Restaurant: beat location on Broadway; now
doing a Ane business. An energetic business man only, wltb
best references and 4f>,000 In cash, need answer. To such
one-half Interest will be given. There are no encumbrances
on the business, which will bear strict investigation. Apply
to O. U. I.K.N N I. r, No. ? Plue street, from 1J until J o'clock.
TO A BUSINESS MAN. A half INTEREST OF A
well established, paying, cash, manufacturing Business
will be disposed of for $B,0lKI; established la years in ihis
city. Adiiress, with reference and previous occupation. A.
N. B., Herald office.
THE advertiser, WHORE RPECIALTY IS THE
manufacture of Liquors lor family and medical use,
want* a gentleman to start and manage a branch of his es
tablishment on Broadway, as partner; share of capital
required, $10,000; proOU large. Address 1'UKITY, Herald
office.
THE WHOLE Olf HALF INTEREST OF A OOOD MAR
ket, ou Fulton avenue, Brooklyn, for sale, at a sacrifice!
a splendid opportunity for a live man ; other business the
cause of selling. For particulars call on M. N. EDWARDS,
140 W est street. New York.
Unrivalled opportunity for a live man,
with a few thousand dollars, to join owner of a valua
ble patent; five times the Investment can be realized the first
year. Address HOPE, box 211 Herald office.
WANTED-A PARTNER IN THE PROPRIE1ARY
medicine business, with a cash capital; terms liberal.
Address Mr. 11., Hunter's Point, L. 1.
WANTED?$*,000 TO $5,000?A PARTNER IN A MANI7
facturlng business, established for years: steam en
gine and all necessary machinery ; running every .lay; also
wanted two or three good coopers. Appiy at 91 Hudson St.,
in basement.
WANTED -PARTNER, WITH $f?,000 OR $4,000 IN
Vv cash, to take half Interest and full control of a line
new (tore just atarling. Addreaa NEW STORE, Herald
office.
WANTED A PARTY WITH A FEW HUNDRED DOL
lars to join the advertlssr lu the manufacture and sale
of a patent steam apparatus, adapted to restaurants and
hotels lor keeping cooked food warm. Address FRED.
M AYKK, 31 Newark avenue, Hoboken, N. J.
11* ANTED HA VINO .ll'RT ARRIVED IN THIS CITY
yy with something new, that has been thoroughly tested,
I would like a man to Invent *800 where lie can mate several
thousand sure. The most thorough investigation solicited.
Apply at store &I6 Broadway.
YOU WANT ROMETHINO TO DO.- PLEASANT, HON
orable, fair profit*, no risk. Write or call.
K. A ADAMS, ltt South Fifth ay., N. Y. (old No. 108).
TO $1.W0.?PARTNER WANTED IN A
?JW)Uw speciality that will pay 410.000 per annum. Call
at 5?2 Hudson street, from 9 till 1 o'clock.
$-nn CASH WILL PURCHASE A THIRD INTEREST,
?)U"J with position, In a thoroughly established ofTIro
business, furniture, Ac.; oyer fl.OOO expended In advertising
it during the nast year; highest reference; any one meaning
business will be convince i at an Interview that this is an op
portunity not met wltb every day. Call ou HARPER, 8H
Broadway, room No. P. from It) to 1 to-day.
&1fl (Win TO $20,000 WANTED-BY A RESPEOT
?U',UUU able wine and liquor Importing firm in this
cttv. to Increase present first cliisa business ; satisfactory re
ferences given as lo honesty, capacity ami earnestness of the
parties. Address SUCCESS, Herald office.
?<>n nnn -WANTED, a PARTY WITH THIS
IjP.m'.IMMI. amount to take the sole agency of an es
tablished manufacturing honinrss, the commissions of vkloh
will repay the whole amount annually. Address STAPLE,
box 3,681 Post office, New York.
WANTRI? TO I'l IU IIAMK.
WANTED TO PURCHASE A HOISTINO MACHINE
for raising building material. Address box 197 Herald
office.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?A LOT OF COMMON
Vy Wooden Benches, from a to 16 leet loug. Call at 243
Front street.
MATRIMONIAL.
A WIDOWER. AC4ED 45. POSSE?SIMi! A REFINED
home, Invttes correspondence with a lady of suitable
aiie and moderate wealth, with a view to matrimony, fcu- I
close photograph au*> adurtss W. P.. Herald uihoc.
FINANCIAL
Atlantic havings bank, of nkw yokk,
Chatham square.
Deposits and accrued interest 82,78 '."23 74
Bin plua ?tt,78J HP
Total uirll June 1,1871 H*S W3.H(M 43
41 deposited weekly will. In 8 year*, amount to ifcftft) 03.
Hli per cent Interest allowed.
DEPOSITS MADE ON OK HKKOKK july 1 WILL
draw INTEREST PROM THAT date.
A LA in;K ESTATE fund TO loan?IN RUMS TO
?nit, on New York and Brooklyn Improved Property.
Apply Immediately. HHI I'M A N A ROWLAND,
1,'Jttl Broadway, between ThMjr-lbtrd ami Thirty fourth sts.
Delaware. Lackawanna and wf.ktkrn rail
road Company, Jtf exchange place, New York, June 10,
1871.?Interest on Morris and Kmi'i Stock will lie parable at
thin office on and after lnt July proximo. Tranal'er Book*
cloned until morning of that day. A. J. ODELL, Treasurer.
FpXCKLSlOK SAVINGS RANK,
'J corner Blxtb aveuue and Twenty-third itreet. Booth'*
Building,
Open dally from 10 A. M. to 8 P. V , and on
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evening Irom A to 8
o'clock.
Notice to Depositors.
The trustee* have declared a semi-annual dividend of
seven per cent per annum on all sunn remaining in hank
July I that were deposited on or before January SO and
April 20, payable on and after July 17.
Mouey deposited now will draw Interest from July I.
WILLIAM M. GILES, President
IbaacB. Barrbtt, Secretary.
Hamilton fire insurance company, ii wall
street.?The Directors have this day declared a regular
semi annual dividend of 16) Ave per cent, also an extra divi
dend of 15) five per cent, both free of government tax, out of
the earnings of the last tlx months, payable on or alter July
1,1871.
JUNE 14, 1871. JAMES GILMORE, Secretary,
MECHANICS' AND TRADERS' SAVINGS INSTITU
TION,
No. 283 Bowery, near Houston street.
Six per cent Interest paid on all sums, from itli to $10,000.
Dep. sits made now, or on July 1. will uraw Interest from
that date.
The Trustees have declared a semi-annual dividend of 8
per cent per annnm on nil sum* entitled thereto for tin-six
months and three months endiugjuue 30, payable on and
al ter July 17.
Open daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.. and on Mondays and
Wednesdays Irom 10 to I.
ALFRED T. CONKLIN, President.
Hinht C. Finn eh, Secretary.
XTORTH RIVER HAVINGS BANK,
JAI corner Eighth avenue and West Thirty-fourth street
DIVIDEND.? A Semi-Annual Dlvldrn I, at the rate of Six
per cent pee annum on all sums from iff) to 96,000, will be
paid on and after July 17, 1871.
Money deposited on or helore the 20.h of July wdl draw In
terest from July 1.
Bunk open daily from 10 A. M. to 8 P M., also on MON
DAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS from 6
to 8 o'clock. JOHN HOOPER, President.
Jameh O. BknMTT, Recretary.
NOTICE.-THE QUARTERLY AND SEMI-ANNUAL
Interest, due July 1,1871, on the Bonds of the State of
Georgia will be paid on and alter that date on the surrender
ot the coupons at the Fourth National Batik.
KUFUS B. BULLOCK, Governor of Georgia.
NOTICE. -THE INTEREST, DUE JULY 1, 1871, ON THE
bonds of the Alabama and Chattanooga Railroad Com
pany, endorsed by t1 e State of Georgia, will tie paid by the
State on and after that date on the surrender of the coupous
at the banking house of Henry ('lews A Co., 32 Wall street.
RUFUS B. BULLOCK, Governor of Georgia.
OFFICE OF CONTINENTAL insurance COMPANY,
102 Broadway. New York, June 15, lb71. -Customers of
this company eutlt ed to certlllcates of profits for the year
lHrtD are requested to obtain aud receipt for the same Imme
diately, In order to avoid their forfeiture.
CYRUS PECK. Secretary.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Trkascut Dkpa*tm*nt,)
Colpmria, 8. C., June 1, 1871. {
The Interest maturing Ju'y 1, 1*71. upon the bonds of
the Stale of South Carolina will be ualil m gold on and after
Juiyl, at tho banking house of H. H. Klmpton, Financial
Agent of the State, No. it Nassau street. New York, aud at
the South Carolina Bank and Trust Company, In Columbia.
The Interest maturing upon registered stock at that time
will be paid at the Treasury office only.
NILE8 Q. PARKER,
State Treasuer.
TATE OF ARKANSAS?THE COUPONS OF THE
State of Arkansas, due July 1,1871, will be paid on and
after said date at the office ot the Union Trust Company,
financial agents for the Btate or Arkansas.
HRNRY PAGE, State Treasurer.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.?treasury DEPART
inent, Columbia, 8. June 1,1871.?The Bonoa of the
State, amounting to ipSOtl.nOO, maturing July 1, 1?71, will be
paid on and after maturity upon presentation at the bank
ing house of H. H. Klmpton, Financial Agent, No. 9 Nassau
street, New York, an i at the Treasury office, in Columbia.
NILKS O. PARKER, Stale Treasurer.
The new york
(VIADUCT)
RAILWAY company.
ni*E?:Tiinn.
ALEXANDKRT. STEWART, A. OAKF.Y ll ALL,
WILLIAM M. TWEED, JOHN JACOB AhTOR,
AUGUST BELMONT. PETER B. SWEENY,
charles A. LAMoNT, LEVI P. MORTON,
JAMES F. D. LAMER, HUGH SMITH,
franklin OSGOOD, WILLIAM T. BLODGETT,
WM. BUTLER DUNCAN, RICHARD O'GORMAN,
JOHN J. BRADLEY. JOSE F. NAVARRO,
charles L. TIFFANY, HENRY SMITH.
WILLrAM R. TKAVEICS, EDWARD B.WESLEY,
JOSEPH MELIG4AN, MAN TON MARBLE.
RICHARD B. CONNOLLY, JOHN TAYLOR JOHNSTON,
HENRY HILTON.
HENRY HILTON, "~~
Preildent.
HUGH SMITH.
Vice ("resident
W. BUTLhR DI NCAN.
Treasurer.
EDWARD P. BARKER,
Secretary.
By authority of the Board of Directors of the New York
Ranway Company, and In conformity with the terms of the
act of incorporation in that respect, the undersigned Com
missioners on Stock Subscriptions give public notice for and
on behalf of the directors, and of such company, that books
of subscription for the capital stock thereof will be opened
no Wednesday, the i>8ih duv of .fo.ie. insL. at tho followinff
At the ban*Inn house of Duncan, Sherman t Co., No. II
Nassau street
At the hunting bouse of (he Hank of the Metropolis No. 31
Union KiuarH
Tne company Is Antliorlze<l to construct two Viaduct Rail
ways or branches through the. city of New Vork, on the east
and went sides thereof, irom a common Martin* noint lit or
near chamber* street, between iiroa'iway anu i baUiaut
street; a ao aeross the Harlem river ami through Westches
ter county ; with power to build additional lines of railway
or branches, from time to time, In any part of the city or
Westchester county. The property acquired by the Company
is exempted from taies an I assessments during the period
allowed for the linal completion of the railway in the city.
Tue Mayor, Aldermen ami Commonalty of New York are
authorized and directed, with the approval
ot the Commissioners of the Sinking F'Uid,
to subscribe for lire millions ol dollars of the stock or
the company whenever one million of d liars thereof has
been subscribed for by private parties. This conditional
amount of stock has been wholly s'ibsorlhed for an I taken
by the directors ol the company. Oil the completion of either
of the lines of lailway to the line of Westchester county the
supervisors of that eountr are authorized to t?sue the bonds
ol the county to such amount as the supervisor* shall deem
expedient, to aid In the construction and extension of the
railway In and through that countv. For the proper equal
ization of tha Interest of shareholders who may sunscrlbe
w
and pay in moneys at different times the directors are au
thorized to Issue acrl for Interest on such payments, pay
able out of tne earning .
The terms of subscription will be as follows
Ten per cent of the amount of at >ck subscribed for to be
paid in cash at the time of subscription. The residue to be
paid as called for by the Board of Directors on a notice of
thirty days, but no call at any one time to exceed ten per
cent.
Scrip for Interest at the rate of seven per cent per annum
will be Issued by the compai y payable out of the llrst earn
ings of tbe raiiwir on all Instalments paid on stock sub
scribed for within thirty days after the subscription books
shall be opened.
The company reserves the right to close the subscription
books at anv time after tbe Wth day ol July, 1071.
By order of the Hoard of Directors.
ALEXANDER T. STEWART,
JOHN JACOB ASTOR,
LEVI P. MORION,
Commlsloners on Hehaif of the Company.
New York, June Id. 1971.
ANTED $2l'1tKXl RAILROAD BONDS OK WASHING
tou countv. Ouio. Address AUDITOR, Marietta, Ohio.
WESTERN UNPAID COUNTY BONDS. - AN ATTOR
ney will pay cash for defaulting town or countv Honda
of Iowa and other Western snd Southern States, at prices as
may be agreed upon. Address, witn amounts and descrip
tions, and in each case the number uf coupons attached,
ADORNEY, box Post oBice.
1Q7| -JULY INTEREST
io I I. CITIZEN*' HA VINOS HAN K.
No. M Bowery, southwest corner ot Canal street.
The semi minual interest, at the rate of six per cent |>er an
num on all sums of $6 and upwards, whlcb have heen on de
posit for one or more months next previous to July I, will be
c. edited and paid on and aftei Friday. July HI.
All Interest not called for will remain as principal and
draw Interest accordingly, and will be entered on the de
positors' books sny time when presented after tbe jlst of
July.
The bank la open every day for the reception and payment
of money, from 10 A M. to * I'. M., and on Mondays and
Saturdays Irom I* A. M. to 7 P. M.
Deposits made on or before Juljr 90 will draw interest from
tbe 1st of Julv.
Hsnk books In Uennan, French and English.
E. A. yt_ IN f AKl>, President.
Reymouh A. Bcwoi. Secretary.
(glQ/WWl TO l<OAN ON CITY REALERTATE;
JBLiJ.'.'U*' no objection to Tenement Property.
AO. HAN DM AN,
898 Broadway, entrance on Walker street.
<??Of: IWin TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTUAOE ON
?Ps?JO.UU" City Property. HOWljpA CO., Ill Piue stre
JBCBOFfc
G1UERRLAIN. If. RUE DE LA PAIX, PARIS.
I Ambrosia Cream for Shaving.
Fashionable Perfumes for the Handkerchief.
Kau Lustrai* for the llalr.
Eau de Cologne preparations apeciale).
Handsome fireproof premises in London,
England, to'be let, with Immediate possession, In Pater
noster row. one large fireproof Flat, with steam power, al
mlrably lighted, containing, with light galleries, upward of
7,00.1 superficial feet. Also a First, second and Third Floor,
eacb containing upward of 3,000 superficial feel. For full par
ticulars address Mr. WM ELLISON, ArcMtect, 13 ten
church buildings, London, England.
POST OPVIC'K NOTICB.
I>ost OFFICE Notice.?THE MAILS FOR BUROPB
dur ng the week ending Saturday, June 84. 1871, w.tl
close at this otficv on Tuesday, at tlx A M. , on Wednesday,
at lite A. M., on Thursday, at II1. A. M , an I on Saturday
at A. M. P. H. JONES, Postmaster
WINK*, LIQUOR** 4K?s
A -FINK ryk OR BOURBON WHISKEY AT MtO
. per gallon ; line sherry and Port Wine, st-K f>0 per gallon ;
Scotch and Irish \\ hiskey, Holland tiln and Jamaica Hum,
|? per gallon. All warranted pure. WILLIAM M. J1LES,
MW aulL avenue, corner fbirleeuUi (ticsw
HitY ooon*.
^REAT CLEARING BALK
LYLh'H
Popultr H to res.
Observe,
Sixth avenue, corner r wntjr tblril street.
Obser?e,
The Bowery, corner Bleecker street
Observe,
Eighth avenue, between i'wentyflrat and Twenty-second
HmU.
Greatest Attraction
yet offered.
A Multitude >rf bargains.
The Greatest Clearing Sale of tlie Season
Example,
Example,
Example,
English and French Chip Hat%
60 cents to $1 40.
Reduced from 1(13 40 and $3.
Splendid wide brim Leghorn Hata,
$1 and Ml
reduced from 92 and 92 ML
Pamllla UaU reduced to 26 cent*
10.000
Mime** ami Boys' It at*.
from 10 ceuta to 91.
An Immense display of
trimmed
Bonnetsan<l Hound Hata
at less tban ball price.
Or nt is,
Gratis,
Gratis,
Gratis,
during this sale.
Mo charge will l>? made tor trimming hate
We trim your hats for nothing.
Parasols and Hun Umbrellas,
Ho cents to 7b cents.
Reduce J Irom 65 cents and $1 2\
Fine Silk Lined Parasols, 91.
Reduced from VI60.
Kid Gloves.
This department constantly Increases; the public declare
our gluves to be the best iii the city for the least money.
Our popular Kids,
for
46 cents,
warranted.
Snlendld "extra long,"
two-button Gioyea
for >Bl.
The genuine aeamlesa Kids,
*1 25.
Our best Gloves, considered to he the very best Kid Gloves m
Mew York, lor
$i 25.
Real Lupin Kids,
"Extra lo ng" and double buttons, for
91
Remember all the above makes sre warranted, and that wt
give new pairs for all that rip or tear In putting on.
Special Bargains and Tailing Reductions Throughout tbt
stock.
Ribbons,
flowers,
Trimmings,
Notions,
Soups,
Housekeeping Good*,
Parasols,
Skirts,
Corsets,
Hustles.
titruw Goods,
Hosiery.
Our Clearing Ha es are legitimate.
We offer only
the very best Goods
at
the lowest prices.
ALEX'R XjYIM,
Twenty-third street, corner Sixth avenue;
Bowery, corner Bleecker streeij
Eighth av., between Twenty-rtrst and Twenty-second sts.
MTU A W (iOrtllS.
CTRAW GOODS.
lO Julep Straws for sale by the ca?a,
at RIGHAHDSON A CO.'S, 142 Chambers street.
YACHT**, STEAMBOATS, AC.
A CABIN SLOOP YACHT (KKKL) FOR SALE -15
J\ tons, old mnasuremeut; length <13 feet; beam US ; has
a large, roomy cabin and forecastle, well furnished; built of
selected materials and copuer fastened; never leaks; v?rv
stiff una safe; a superior ?ea boat; yawl and everything In
guod order. Address* SEA BOAT, Herald office.
IjHlR BALK?THE SLOOP RIUGKD CABIN YACHT
1 Cornelia, 32xl3;
Admlnlstratoi' Estate
Cornelia, 32x13; speed unequalled. Adres* E. H. HALL,
e Conrad Fox, Perth Amboy, N. J.
For sale -sloop yacht Niagara, sa tons, o.
M? three years old; all complete. Can t>? seen at foot
of Court street, Brooklyn. Address NIAGARA, Herald office.
THE WINNING YACHT, TIDAL VVAV>, i PROBABLYi,
won the race of Thursday liyvlitueot the wonderfully
slippery iclsxe Imparted to her bottom of the "Perfect Lubri
cator"?pure plumimgo?produced from the celebrated mines
and perfected iu the works of the American Graphite Com
pany, Tlconderoga. The article that did the business was
ordered on Tuesday by telegraph. If the yacht's bottom was
not covered with "greased lightning" it la obvious that the
telegram effected a "lightning great,.ng." Envelope samples
by mail on application to Company, office 24 Cliff street,
N< w York.
Wanted"?in exchange for real estate m
Elizabeth, N. J., a Freight Propeller. State full pai
tlculars by addressing box 2">J Elizabeth Post office, N. J.
ANTED TO BUY OR I'llAKTIiR A BARGB, M OB
?f> feet long, 2r> or 2H feet wide ; light draught. Address
or apply to A. VAN WIN KLti A SON, 2<<6 West street.
KKf.IIJIOilM NO TICKS.
AT TREMOR'S LYRIC HALL, 72H SIXTH AVENUE.?
Mr. Thomas dales Forster will speak before the
Society of Spiritualists. Sunday,a'. 10>& and lii o'clock.
American free church.- rev. chas. b. kmyth,
morning and evening, New York University, entrance
riH Waveriey place. corner Washington Karaite Ground. Seata
fine. "Coine, ami welcome."
/ 1EHTRAL METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 8BV
en.h avenue, near Fourteenth street.?Preaching on Hnn
day.at llMj A. M., by Key. lit. Sheer, of Malt.inure, and at
7'., P. M., r>y Ki r. Andrew Lougacre, I'astor. Trustees In at
tendunce to leat strangers.
1/ORTY SECOND STREET PKESBV TEklA N CHURCH,
r near Eighth avenue. Rev. \\ . W. Newell. Jr. (pallor
elect), will preach to-inorrow morning ami ere nine.
LITTLE FOXES. REV. K. C. 8WEETSER, WILL
preach on the above subject tomorrow (Sunday) even
ing, In the Hle'cker street I niverxallet church. corner of
Downing street, services commencing at 7 :<&; morning ser
vices at 10:45.
Memorial. SBRVlc&j in memory or maj<7r
Morris K. Barker will be beid in tbe Forty-third etreet
Methodist Episcopal chuicii, on Sunday, June 'Jb, at 1
o'clock. Rer. L II. King will officiate.
REV. A. P. GRAVES, THE evanoklist" WILL
preach at Plymo'ith Baptist church, Kilty lirst street,
between Mnth ami Tenth avenues, to morrow morning, at
lu)t o'clock, and avenlng at 7\ o'clock.
REV. JOHN F.. COOK MAN, PA STO R OF TRINITV
Methodist Episcopal church. In West Thirty-loiirtU
street, near Eighth avenue, will preach on Sunday, at 10)f
A. M and 1\ P. M. Strangers cordially Inrlted.
REV. MERRILL RICHARDSON, PASTOR OF THE
New Emc'and Congregational church, corner of Madison
avenue and Forty seventh street, wltl preach Sunday at 10)^
A. M. and 7*4 I'. M. All Invited.
(SEVENTH PRESBYTKRIAN CHURCH, (TURNER
k> llroome and Ridge streets.?Rev. O. B. Hell will presets
Sunday. Juue Jf>, atllif A. M. At 7^ P. M. Rev. O. B. Hell
will be installed pastor of this church. lira. Hasting, Hat
field and Rev. E. D. Murphy will take part In the exercises.
SPRINO STREET PRKSItYTERIAN CHURCH (NEAR
Varlck street).?Preaching by the pastor, Kev. nr. Aik
man ; services, I UK. A. M., i*, P. M.; young people s meeting.
7 'i P. M. Subjects of discourse Morning, " Deathbed Ke
B-ntanceafternoon, " Tne Passing World; the Abiding
oer."
ST. LUKE'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
For.y llrst street, neiir Slstb avenue.?Preaching on Sua
dav at lOVi A. M. and P, P. M., by Rer. C. S. narrower,
Pastor. Trustee* in attendance to seat strangers.
THE REV. WM FRANCE. OF PAISLEY, SCOTLAND,
one of the del -gites from the United Pr- shyterlan
Church to the late tleneral Assembly in the United States,
will preach to morrow morning In tbe Tompsins avenue
Presbj isrlan church, corner of McDonough street, Brooklyn.
LOAN orricu.
AT 77 BLEECKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, CP
stairs?Highest cash advances on Dltmonds, Watches.
Jewelry, Pianos, Ac., or bought. Pawnbrokers' Ticket*
bought at 77 Blcecker street.
k T L. BERNARD'S, 403 SIXTH AVENUE. BETWEEN
iV. Twenty-fourth and rwenty-ilfth street* -Liberal ad
vances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and all kind*
of gooda. Same bought at full value
AT WOLr BROTHERS', BROADWAY. FoRMKRLY
UU?Money loaaei on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware. Silks, Life Polleie?, Furniture; particularly Pi
anos; private parlor for ladles. Take nolloe. ? Removed to 89d.
AT J. A. JACKSON'S, NO. S AMITY STREET, NEAR
Broadway.?Liberal advances made on Diamonds.
Watches, Jewelry, Dry Woods and PereoDal Property of
every deeciipllon. name bought and sold.
AT 997 BROADWAY, CORNER OF FOURTH STREET?
Liberal advances on IMamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silks,
Camel's Hair Shawls, Laces aud Personal Property 01 every
description. JA.MK3 P. MATTHEWS.
A^HT 80 NASSAU STREET (FORMERLY CORNER
Hroadway and Fulton streets? NEWMAN LEOPOLD
buys, sel's or advaucea lioeral y ou Diamonds, Watch**, Jew
elry, Life Policies, Merchandise and other Securities.
IT M'HUQH'B 2K1 BoWERV, BETWEEN HODHTOJI
JY and Stanton streets, money advance I on I'umond*,
Watches, Jewelry, 4c.; Pawnbrokers' ticket* bought.
? MERICAN OFFICE, 7:?-Ha.\0UU.-WILL BUY O*
./V make advances on Diamonds, Wat. bea. Jewelry, Sli
ver Ware. Camel's Hair Shawls, Laces, Valuables, Ac.; kljlu
est price paid.
J. II. BARKlNtJER, 73o Broadway, opposite Astor place.
nM. JOHNSON, 15*5* BOWERY, I P STAIRS-AD
. vsuues Money, to any amount, on Diamonds, Wstobes,
Jewelry, Si'ver Ware, Silk, Lares. Shawi*, Pianos, Ac., or th?
g ,o is bought at full yaiue. Parti"* In want of Money or Mer*
cbandl?e will find Ihts the most elegant and eitensiv* eslatx
llsb nent In thie eeuntry. j
? >(t Nassau sTRKri, opposite i-usr okfick.-<
O'/ Llber.U a ly.m?e< in xd? on Diaiuoudv Watch**, Jesri
eirv and all kinds oi merchandise Trie same nought ans
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