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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 13,045. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1872.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISER!*.
AMUSEMENTS?Eiqhth Psoe?Fourth, fifth and alxth
column?*,
~^',aurn,Ts'*lh column.
B^RnrPH-AA'L,'~8<,cV.n<, rol"n,n
BOARDERS wANTED? Ninth Pack?Pint and aarond
column*.
BOARD AND LODOINQ WANTED?Ninth Paok?Second
column.
??OOKI,YN HOARD?Ninth Pack?Second column.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Record Paoa?
Mrst column.
BtFSINKW OPPORTUNITIES?Twki.vth PAOK-Plfth col
umn.
BUSINESS NOTICES?Sevkktu Paok?Sixth column.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO? Ninth PAoa-Thtrd column.
CITY REAL ESTATE POli RALE?Second Paox?Flrat
column.
CLERKS AND SALB8MEN?TwaLrra Paox?Second col
umn.
CLOTHING? Ninth Pxcia?Tlilnl column.
COACH WEN AND OARDENKK8?Tweltth TACt-Sccond
and third column*.
COAL AND WOOD?Eighth Pact?First column.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Twelfth Paok?Sixth col
umn
COUNTRY BOARD?Nihth Paox?Second and third col
umns.
DENTISTRY?Eichth Page?Flrat column.
DRY GOODS?Fihat Page?Sixth column.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN
FURNISHED?Skoond Paox?Fourth and filth col
umn*.
BUROPUAN STEAMSHIPS?TmtLrrn Page?Fifth and
alxth columns.
EUROPE?Eichth Page?Fourth column. 1
E*ofr{?sir?v?LTiRAM_o,UI,TIIDrii:K~Third column.
viviimiPi n1*11 Pack?Sixth column.
}' A . /i T-1, IHST Page?Sixth column.
FOR SALE?Kiohtu Paok?Second column
FURNISHED BOOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
P*oa?Fifth column.
FURNITI RK-Ninth Page?sixth column.
11mo Pace?Fifth col
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Eleventh Pack?Sixth
_ column, and Twelfth Paox?Kir.,t column
HELP WANTED?MALES?Twelfth PACX-Thtrd col
umn.
HORSES OARBIAOKS. AO?First PAoa-Thlrd. fourth
. and firth column*.
5*0"?Second column.
HOISES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Eightti PAOK-Plfth
column.
INSTRUCTION?EtonTn Paok?Fifth column.
JERSEY CITY HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER.
Q.KN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Smcoxd Pack
_ _ First column.
J-fJAN OFFICES?Fihat Pack?Sixth column,
vVr11mjiPo1?^V** Pack?Plrat column,
v 2 a???^d??.th.,1'A0"?P,r8t column.
Pack?Fourth column.
KDICAL?Nihth Pagk?Sixth column.
1LLINKKY AND DRESSMAKING-First Paok-SIxUi
column.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth Paok
_8ixln column,
i!rioi?;-OUR?Ninth Paok?Sixth column.
U *1 ?IV a IK'Ain-rn Pack?Fourth column.
PERSONAL? Firm Page?Firat column.
SAm!?'.',' Efii?Eighth Pack?Fourth column.
APOLITICAL?Eighth Pack?Sixth column.
IC|??Eighth Pack?First column.
ROPOSAI^-Skcono Pack?Sixth column
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?
RlkVkntii Pack?Sixth column
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?Second Pack?Second, third and fourth
columns.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCIIANUE-Skcono Pag??
Fourth column.
REMOVALS?Fikst Page?Fifth column.
Jff2^.ARD8 ?'"''"ST Page?First and ,*econd columns.
BALES AT AUCTION?Ninth Pack?Fourth, fifth and
sixth columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Eleventh Paok
Firr*- ??c?nd, third, fourth, filth and sixtn columns.
BITLAIIONS WANTED?MALES?I'welfth I'acl First
and second columns.
SPECIAL NOTICES?Fikst PAox-Second column.
SPORTING?DOQS, BIRDS, AC?Finsi I'ag"-Second
column.
BTOUAOE-Twelfth Page?Fifth column.
5M fc.R RkStlRTS?Ninth Page?Third column.
2, II l"" Paoh?Fourth and fifth columns.
In,, rl.t l.T?"l8T, Paob?Second and third column*.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES-* lconii Pagi
Fourth column.
?,5AY&LI'f',RS' OI'IDE?Twelfth Page?Sixth column
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
? . B*?*? P"t?' and sixth columns.
JAVTED TO PURCHASE?First Page?Fifth column
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
,, TO LET?SxroNO Pagk?First and second columns.
YAC HIS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?First Face?Fifth column.
HERALD BRANCH OFFICE-UPTOWN.
A DYKRTISKMKNTS FOR THE NEW YOP.K HERALD
BKCPIYED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE,
1,285 BROADWAY*,
WEST SIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THITY
8EC0ND STREETS.
ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIYED FROM 8 A. M.
TILL 9 P. M. EVERY DAY IN TIIF, Y'EAR AT OFFICE
Bates, no extra cuarue of any kind.
PEE8OTAL.
B C.-LETTER RECEIVED. CONFIDENTIAL
Interview dealrcd.
I. D.?I WISH TO SEE YOU VERY MUCH. WILL
yon meet me on Saturday. Fourth avonue, at Sf
X.
A A. H.?YOU NEED A FRIEND. REMEMBER
__ . you have a father.
About noon-Broadway and fifth avenue
Stage?Crying Bat,)-.?Gentleman who (rot out of
stageand stood tinon comer, nearly opposite Sf. Nicholas
Hotel, would be delighted to obtuln address of charming
lady In Mack who sat beside him. Address ACHILLEA
Herald Uptown Branch office.
B-WA8 YOU DRUNK WHEN VOU MIXED LAST
, personal, or had you smashed machine ? No nou
sense. Revolve your pumps.
B~ ox m, aprilW?carriage to thirtv-fourth
street and Fifth avenue, April 84; had to attend
court; you promised to write; I am anxiously awaiting a
letter. H. C. S.
Edward tbhtton, late skroeant in the
British Army, having failed to discover the when'
abont, <d' his sister, Mrs. Francos Brosnan, who resided in
Twenty seventh and Thirty second streets, will be thank
ful for any information given regarding her. Address
EDWARD ^RETTON, Herald office
For adoption?a healthy new born male
Infant at UP West Twenty-sixth street
IDEmIRK an INTERVIEW WITH DON GABRIEL
Touccda, lawyer, fonnerly of Matanvas, Cuba, on busi
ness that InteresM him. Address T. WHITEBY, 438 East
Fifty seventh street, New Turk.
I?THOUSAND THANKS; YOU SAVED ME FROM
? error; I ain positively cortain now, on evidence,
your suspicions are correct.
LINA EDWIN'S THEATRE, TUESDAY EVENINO.?
Young lady in parquet noticed gentleman in circle
after theatre In drug store. "Shall we ever incot again f"
Address B. C. L. R., box 147 Herald Uptown Branch office,
1,866 Broadway. '
Lady in black, paper box in hand, wno
left Msdison avenue csr at Fifty sixth street. 8 JO P.
M. Wednesday ; guntlnmun on rear platform would like to
make acquaintance If agreeable to her. Address REX. M
East Twelfth street. '
-VTOTICE.-IF "BOSETTA PAXMAN, WIFE OF ALEX.
1" under Sutherland, and Rebecca I'axmsn, both late
of Quebec, supposed to have been somo six or eight years
ago in Illinois, will apply to their brother, Samuel Pax
man, of Quebec, they will hear of something to their ad
vantage.
PERCY HOWARD?TO-DAY (THURSDAY), AT 1
O'clock, at the ferry, sure.
WirJ* T"?? okwtlkman WHO ACOOMPANIRD
Yf Mrs. M AHR and tlie two young ladies on (torn Bos
ton return the package*
WILL EMILY WATSON, COLORED SEAMSTRESS,
f T send har address to Mrs. A. T. M., St Denis Hotel f
LOST AVIJ FOlisD,
Fg^o-^wkdnerdat. may 8. a yawlIioat,
about 18 feet long, In North River, black gunwale!
SosiTrnv"!* h."ve ,h^ """V' b7 applying to JAMES
O BRIR V bontmaii, pier 43 Nortli River.
T.OBr.-A PLAINGOLD WATCH CHAIN. THE FINDER
4' F g RTlYiXT.T?n??,.b>. fomtnun'eating with
V* *? Biji'Ki kvANT, box .1,026 Pout office, Now York.
Lost-note drawn hy j. hayiland, dated
May ?. sixty days, for *3,4.-41 83. payable in gold. The
public are cautioned again i negotiating the same: *2 re
ward v ill I.* given by returning the note to Mr. O GIB
SON, 87 Wall stn ef, In the besom,-nt.
L~OHT -ON WEDNESDAY, THE STH INST., PROBa"
bly in John streot between Nassau and Gold streets
a plain gold Ring, bearing the inscription "Sept. 4*
1868.'' A suitable reward will tie paid finder on application
to HENRY TOOTHK A CO.. t? John street
10 ST?WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. A PLAIN GOLD
A Locket. The finder will be uiitably rewarded by re
turning It to ton West Forty seventh street
I~r OST^N "WEST TWELFTH STREET, BETWEEN
J Broadway and 8cvcnth avenue, a white, Ivory.top
plum colored Parasol, on Tuerday evening, about nine
o'clock. \ suitable reward will be paid for Its return to
Mrs. E. J. REMINGTON,JColoman House.
LOST-ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON, ON SIXTH
avenue, between Thirtieth and Forty -second street),
a Gold Earring, pearl in centre; a suitable reward If re
turned to 282 West Twenty-fourth street.
YLr ATCHT?"LOST ON WEDNESDAY EVENING. BE
Tf tween 244 Wast Thirty-fourth street and Broadway
and Thirty seeond street, a small Lady's Watch, en
amelled raeefTinecrlDUonoulPfida of case. "To Rosin,
from Aunt Lydla." Apply at or address 332 West Thirty
second street
? REWARDS.
A ~ REWARD -LOST, BETWEEN 155 WEST THIR
<pt) tenth street and Joseph Gall's, optician, 21 Union
square, two pair Spectacle* (one gokl frame and one steel).
The finder will be paid *5 by returning to A. O. CRANE,
86 Pine street.
#l7f REWARD.?LOST, A SHALL ITALIAN GREY
JPlU hettnd Bitch (Fanny); the reward will be paid if
left at Ne. 18 St Mark'a place. Eighth street.
OJKER88KN. _
Alft RRWARD.-IJWT. ON TUESDAY EVENINO,
?plU a Locket, one side eo< with an onyx, the other
with a flood stone. The above reward will lie paid to the
person returning ft to Dr. NEWTON M. SHAFFER, No. 9
Fast Scientccntu street.
tfcl/l REWARD.?LOST, IN HARLEM, A SMALL
?1*1"" black and tan Dog; answers to the nume of
Winkle Any one returning him to B. KELLY, loot of
116th street, bast River, or to 817 West street, will recclvo
the above reward and no questions asked
Foil THE RETURN OF A BLACK AND TAN
U Dog; lost on Tenth avenue, 8th Inst., at noon;
wore leather collar ears uncut Any perw-nt detaining
the same will be liable. Mr. ALF. COLLARD, 865 Tenth
auhuc, totwetu Thirty first and Thirty Mcwml ktreeta.
$10
REWARD!*.
Anr KK.WARD.-A YOUNG MAN LEFT HIS EM
9)Zl) plover'*atore. 167 avenue (!. jciteiiltj' iWwtnri
dayi morning, w Ith a truck loud of lend. ami tin* uot been
heard ot xiuce. The horac wag pray and lilind In one eye;
truck wag nearly painted red and blue. The above reward
will be given for the return of all or either ot them to 267
avenueO.
REWARD WILT, a^Keyiyrt.
f? ildD? Of tWOO eaah,^mher?"? Iron, iff to
<Bi, and bearing name of M. 6. a^\n$,uER hoDOSON.
(fc^On REWARD 18 HEREBY OFFERED FOR THE
wovU recovery of the following North HudsonOounty
ltallwa.v Mortgage Honda, paynu-iit oi principle and lu
terestol widen lias been stunned ??
Of the iKsne of 1*15. No?. 8.15, 16. 31, 32, 41. 42, 47. 49, SO. 87,
?e, 315, SMI, 317. 318, ?3, 349, 479. 4*1. 535, 536. M8 981, 882.
683. 584. 585, 586. 587. 888. 589, ol $500 each and of
The Issue of 1871 Noa 251, 252, 253, 294, 235, 250, 257, 298,
259 and 260, of $l,()00each.
Also several oilier document*.
Address
JOHN RF.ilNII.IRD,
Town of Union,
Hudson county, N. J.
principal cities and Europe. ' corri'?(>oudiut* In ill
A -DETECTIVES ED8AI.L A JONES, NO. 5 PINK
il. atrect, furnish reliable and efficient operatives In all
matters pertaining to their business. Correspondents
throughout United State* and Europe. Buslio -u strictly
confidential.
SPECIAL NOTICKB.
Anniversary and annual meeting.?the
American and Foreign Christian Union will hold 1'*
anniversary on Thursday evening, the 9th of May, at 7^
o'clock, in ' Association Hull, and the following distin
guished speakers havo been engaged Rev. Henry M.
scuddcr, D. D., of the Congregational church , Rev. Joseph
T. Dnryea.D. D., of the Presbyterian church; llev. Ilenry
Chauncey Ktler. D. D.,nf the Enlscopat church, missloii
ary of the soclelv In Central Mexico; and Rov. Slgnor
Gavazzl, of the deputation of the Free Italian church. At
the close of the anniversary the annual meeting forbusl
. , ibofMl
no** purposes will ho held and the customary election of
new directors will take place. Collection for l'rce Mexico
and Free Italy.
?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS
. KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES.
XK9TVCKT?XXTBA CLASS WO. 3t9??AT 8, 1*72.
13, 37, 22, 17, 45, 15, 98, II, 59, 80, 71. 41.
axNTunay?class no. !U0?uav 8, 1871
34, 22, 38, 35, 70, 53, 05, 8. 18, 89. 46, 52.
r*ni'CAn?tinu ci.ass no. 219?mat A, 1872.
20, 5, 42, 7, 36, 12. 71, 78. 69,15.
PAnoc.An?class no. 220?mat 8, 1872.
78, 56, 56. 29. 10, 71. 77, 6, 61, 54, 40. 19.
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky.
J. CUTE, Broker, 206 Broad way. Poet office box 4,009.
A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF ROYAL HAVANA
? and Kentucky Suite Lotteries always ou tile. J.
CLl'TK, Broker, 20rt Broadway, 153 Fulton street and No.
2 Park row ; box 4,069 Post office.
"B LACK FRIDAY,"
the reigning sensation of New York,
played at Nlblo's Oarden, New York,
nntil the destruction of the building.
A story of woman's wiles and man's passion.
Depicting In glowing colors the
Fisk-Mnnstleld-Stokes tragedy.
Commenced In No- 261 of
The Dramatic News.
For sale by all newsdealers.
BY TELEGRAPH?ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
The following numbers have drawn the capital
prize* ill the drawing of Mav 721.532, $100,000; 9,061,
$50,000; 20,651, $29,000; 14 618, <10,000; 10,5*1, $5,000. Prizes
cashed and Information furnished.
TAYLOR A CO.. liankors, 16 Wall street.
}J1 LECTION.?NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
II election wilt be held at the office of the New York
Bridge Company, No. 31 Fulton street, in the elty of
~ "yn, on Mor" " "
Brooklyn, on Monday, the 3d day of June next, nt 12
o'clock noon ofthatday, lor 15 director* of said company
for the ensuing year, and for two inspectors of election
for 1873. HENRY C. MURPHY, President
O. 1*. QriNTABn, Secretary.
Dated Mat 4, 1872.
First lager beer bottling establishment,
241 Broadway. 241.
Imrortcd Bavarian Beer, perdozeu $2 59
Imported Vienna Beer, per dozen 2 90
Al-o Mllwaukoo lleer, per dozen. I 99
Cincinnati Beer, per dozen 1 25
New York Beer, per dozen 1 00
For family use and shipping. Delivered free lu ihc eltv.
Commission given to hotels, clubhouses, Ac. UOLt.EN
DKlt A CO., 241 Broadway, opposite City Hall, New York.
H
AVANA LOTTERY?FIVE FIRST NUMBERS FOR
May 7 received. JOSEPH BATES,
196 Broad w ay, room 4.
g Bhtrte, New.* or*
Fanov Shirting* lu great variety.
? Mei
Directions for Measurement sent on applicatiou.
RICHARD ME A RES,
Gentlemen's Furnishing GoimI*.
Sixth avenno and Nineteenth street. New York.
MR. nENBY M AI I.L ARD, CONFECTIONEK. OF 619
and 621 Broadway, would respertfUllv Inform his
customers and the public In general that contrary to Ids
Intention of opening a permanent branch establishment
in Fourteenth street, Union square, he has disposed of the
building already engaged fur that purpose, it having
proved to be too *mnll for tlio proper carrying out of hi*
I dans. Grateful for the kind patronage bent owed on him
n both establishment*, he hopes to be able lu a i
. . short
time to announce the permanent locality of hi* uptown
branch.
NEW YORK. MAY 8. 1872.-THE WRECKERS' BK
nexolcnt Association ?A special meeting of this
association was held this day, nt lOt* A.M., at their
rooms, out of respect to the mcniorv of the late Thomas
B. Russell, Engineer. The Vice President Henry Sey
mour, announced this melancholy event, and appointed
a committee or two?Messrs. Young and Merrill?todrutl
suitable resolutions who reported the lollowlng, which
were read by the Secretary and submitted to the raeet
'"^heroas It having pleased Almighty God to remove by
death our triend and associate 1 homos H Russell, wo
cannot permit the sail occasion to pa<s without rendering
our tribute of regard to lilt memory ; therefore
Resolved, That, realizing our own loss in the decease of
our valued friend, wo cannot feel how much greater Is
the Iocs sustained by hi* deeply arlllcti-d family; that we
would tender to them our warmest sympathy and condo
lence In this their sore bereavement, and would ininale
our sorrow wtth their* In this mournful providence which
removes from litem a husband and father so Ju*tly en
deared to them by so uisny and such tender tie*.
Resolved, That this association w ill attend the funeral
of our lamented friend, rendering this the last tribute of
affection lu our power to bestow.
Resolved, That a copy of those resolution* be signed by
the officers of this meeting and sent to tb? family of the
cceased. WILLIAM IL iifEKRlTT, |Committee.
R
OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OF CUBA.?PRICES RE.
duced. TAYLOR A CO., Bankers, 16 Wall St., N. Y.
Royal Havana and Kentucky lottery brok
ers, JOSEPH BATES A CO., 71 Broadway; box 4,264
Post ntltce.
The national woman suffrage party hold
their Convention at Steinway ilall, to-day uud to
morrow, at It A. M. and 8 P. M. Speakers?Lueretia Molt,
Elizabeth Cady 8t an ton, Isabella lleecher. Hooker. Lanra
De Force Gordon, Mary F. Davis. Annie c. Mtddlohrook,
Susan B. Anthony and others. Admission25cent*.
db^TQ ?*;r.Q i? draw n daily in the ? i eg at.
?JD) I O.'I* JO Ized" Kentucky flfate Lottery; $ll>',i?JU
gold wa* drawn In Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba. M?> 7.
Address B YLEY A CO. (office established 30 years), 174
Broadway.
8POiuriniu-poG8, niitus, &c.
A?FOB SALE-ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOGS
? Birds, Ae. Medicines for nil diseases: prep ir> d Foo.l
for mocking birds, at B. O. DOVEY'g, No. SC'rccne Direct,
near Oraab
JjtOR SALE-A SPLENDID PAIR ENGLISH COACH
Metropo
for two day
Pup*, dog and slut, six months old. Enquire at
politsu Stable*, corner of Prince and Crosby street*,
For sale?pure breed tin terrier, nk-r
ratlin-: stock : 8 month* old: rare chance to get a gi
one. Inquire ol WIIITK, bart, tider, 235 Broad way.
THE TIRF.
FLEETWOOD ASSOCIATION,
MORF.1BANM, n. y.
SFHIVO MEETING, 1873.
FIRST DAY-TUESDAY, MAI 21.
rnr?e No. 1 ?$?*>, for horses that have never beaten 5
minutes; 6350 to first, $1N? o> second. $IOn to third.
I'ltr*e No. 2?$!,.??>, for horses tluit ha\e npverLealru
2.31; $910 to first, $400 to second. $3W to third.
SECOND DAY?WEDNESDAY, MAY 32.
Pnrse No. 3?$1,200, for linrse* that have never heafen
2:34: $700 to first, 93U0 to second, $200 to third.
Purse No. 4?-$2,900, tor horse* Htat have never beaten
2 :26; $l,3tXlto first, $600 to second, $4(0 to third.
THIRD DAY?THURSDAY. MAY 23.
Turse No. 5?$1,000, for horses that have nevirlKatcn
2 -SO; $?&?> to llrst, $290 to second, $150 h, third.
Pur*e No. 6?$1,700, for horses flvat liave never b aten
2 77; $1,900 to first, $490 to second, $25d to third.
FOURTH DAY?SATURDAY, MAY 25.
??e No. 7?$609, for horses that have never I<eaten
$350 to first, $190 to second. $1") to third.
r*e No. 9?$2,909, freu for all Uor&es; $1,600 to first,
In second, $409 to third.
CONDITION!*.
I the above, race* to !?? in ha me ci, mile host* i*.*t'I
and will lie governed by the rules of the National
elation. Entries must comply wlih their rule
, horse shall l?e drawn except by permission of the
e* of the race, under penalty of lielrig expelled, un
at or liefore 3 o'clock P. V of the day preceiltng' tin
(omitting Sunday) tho proper party shall have
ed with the Secretary or proprietor of the course a
ten notice of hi* Intention not to start, after wltleh
ce the horse ?o drawn -h ill ' e. i .eligible to -t.iri in il .?
>. A horse distancing the fo 1<1 w ill receive the enlu -
tries to rinse at the American Jockey Club R< -fan
(T B. Johnson's), Corner ol Broadway and Twent, ?
th strict, New Vurk. on Thursday. Mav ?. at 9 1. M.
1es by telegraph will only bo received before the box
fcommunlcatlnnsto he addressed to U. ,H. A an Nes?,
ident, at Morrtsanla, or at T VreSldent
?, Vay Cott. Scperlnteiidcuk
THK Tl'RK.
races to be In harness, nine ncars, oe*i
lie governed bv the Utiles of the Nit
n. Entries must comply with their
nhnll be drawn except by permission
[ll.KKTWOOD PARK-ON FRIDAY, MAY 111, AT S
x1 o'clock, the first big race of the season, between the
celebrated horses American Uirl and Km. H. Allen, for
tlOuO- $51X1 a aide. Mile huauv, best 3 in 5 to wugou*.
American Girl carrying 5 lb*, over weight, and AUeu car
rying Mance'a wclgbt.
\? U. VAX COTT, Superintendent
mnE TURF.
PROSPECT PARK
FAIR UROl'ND ASSOCIATION.
SPRING MEETING, 1872.
FIRST DAT?TUESDAY, MAY 28.
Pnrse No. 1 ?$dOO. lor horses that liavo never beaten S
minutes. $350 to first. $1.10 to second and $11*) to third.
Purse No. 2.?$1,5U). for horses that have never beaten
2:31. $D0D to first, $400 to second and $'-'00 to third.
SECOND DAY?WEDNESDAY, MAY 29.
Purse No. 3.?$1,200. for horses that have never beaten
2 34. $7U) to first, $300 to second and $200 to third.
I'urse No. 4.?$2,500, for horses that have never beaten
2:25. $1,500 to first, $000 to second and $400 to third.
THIRD DAY?THURSDAY. MAY 30.
Purse No. 5.-$l.0n<>. tor horses that have never beaten
2:39. trot) to first. $250 to second and $150 to third.
Purse No 6 ?$1 700. lor horses that have never beaten
2 M- $1,1)00 to first. $450 to seeoud aud $250 to third.
TOURTH DAY?FRIDAY, MAY 31.
Purse No. 7 ?$?**>. for horses Mist have never beaten
2 48. $350 to first. $150 to second and $100 to third.
Purse No. 8.?$2,500, free for all horses. $1,900 to first,
$600 to second and $400 to third.
CONDITIONS.
All the above races to be In harness, mile heats, best
3 in 5, and will h * "
tioual Association.
Rules. No horse s ? .... ,
ot the indites of the race, under penalty at tielng ex
pelled, unless at or before 3 o'clock P. M. ol the day
preceding the race (omitting Sunday) the proper par
ty shall have lodged with the Secretary or proprietor of
trie course a written notice of his intention not to start,
alter which notice the horse so drawn shall las ineligible
to start in the race. .,
A horse distancing tho field will receive the entire
^Klntrlcs to cl?*e at the American Jockey Oluh Res
taurant lT. R. Johnson's), comer Broadway and Twenty
eighth street. New York, on Thursday, May 9. at 9 P.M.
Entries by telegraph will only be received before the box
'"AiTeoinmoilleatlons to l>e addressed to Geo. W. Oak
lev Superintendent, corner Fultou and Boerum streets
(Long island Savings Hank building). Brooklyn. ..
u oiig ? iSaRTIN KALB?LB1BCH, President
(Do. W. Oaki.ky, Superintendent.
HORDES, CAHjUAfliij y.
A LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE RALR
BY PUBLIC AUCTION.
THIS DAY, THURSDAY.
MAY 9. AT U O'CLOCK. PROMPT.
AT THE PRIVATE STABLE 151 WEST TniRTY
ElOIITH STREET,
BETWEEN BROADWAY AND SEVENTH AVENUE,
BY JAMES JENKINS, AUCTIONEER, OF
fine Horses, Carriages,Wagons, single aud double Harness,
Blankets, Uobes, Whips, Ac., Iho whole the property ot a
private gentleman who I* going abroad, including a very
handsome icain of bluck Mares, 15b, hands high, fl aud 7
years old, closely matched, fine drivers, good under sad
dle, very stvllsh and attractive lu harness; have been
driven to a light Victoria and used under saddle by pres
ent owner's lamtly the pust year; was also used as a lead
tcuui at Saratoga last summer; can trot in 3:15, and are
warranted sound, kind and true. ..... .
Celebrated and fast trotting Mors? Norfolk, 15;3 hands
high. 7 vears old; sired by Alexander's Abdallah and
raised by James Fatcr'O'', Esq.. at Lexington, Ky.; he la
one oT the finest aud fastest young horses ever brought to
this city, having trotted a mile lute lust fall on Fleetwood
Track fii 2:34, without an v prevarutlon; he is very stylish,
full ol game, does not pull in company and can show 2 :40
on day of sale; he Is w arranted sound and Mud.
Extra line Toronto Chief Colt, color buy, IS1* hands
high. 5 years old 5th day of June next; has fill') mane and
tall; great endurance) can beat 3 minutes, and warranted
sound and kind. ? ...
Fine and handsome blood hay Hamhlotonlnn Gelding,
16'. hands high, 6 years old, sired by Rysdyk's Hainhli
toulan; dam the last trotting marc Naiad Queen; raised
at Mechatiietnwn, Orange county, by Jnmes Newsome,
Eisi and when 4 vears old turned the track In harness, In
2:63; has trotted tills season In 2:50; ho Is a very prompt
and pleasant driver, good polo horse, and warranted
sound and kind. w
Largo and strong gray Gelding, sired by George M.
Patelien; he Is 16'J., hands high, 8 years old; lie Is a prompt
and resolute driver, has a long, heavy mane and tail, is a
fine curria-e or coupe horse and can pull a road wagon
on road at a 3 minute gait; lie Is warranted sound and
Large huv Cotipo or Carriage Horse, 16L4 hands high, 8
years old; fine driver; would make an excellent coupe or
KfTitlcmaiTa liorn^; ho I** sound, kind and true In all
rcfcTvpcts#
? A heaiitiful Mack saddle or driving Horse, 15V hands
high, 7 years old, long mane and tail; has all gaits under
saddle uiul can beat 3 minutes In harness; he D war
rntucd sound, kind and true In all respects.
| Also, a fine lady's or child's Pony, 14 hands high. 7
1 vears old; run he ridden or driven by the most timid lady
I "or ehihl with perfect safety; Is not afraid of cars or loco
i motives; has full inane and tail, aud Is warruutetl sound
and kind. _
Also, a Ooupo Roekawsv, two lop Wagons, four open
Road Wagons, one lop and one open pony Phaeton, single
and double Harness, Blankets, Robes, Ac.
N. B.?This will be one of the flno't -alesof the season,
as all are strictly first class. Gentlemen in search of good
and reliable stock are Invited to call and examine.
JENKINS A DUFF, GENERAL AUCT10XP.F.B3.
AT THK DOWNTOWN HORSE MART
of WALDRON A COOKE, Auctioneers,
corner Now Church, Cedar and Liberty streets,
AUCTION BALK
THIS DAY, AT 12 O'CLOCK.
One hav Mare. 16 hands, 7 years old; Is a snperior work
er and puller in all harness; sound, kind and gentle.
One Park Phaeton, built by a first class city maker; In
use three months tall in perfect order; good as new.
One bay Coupe Worse, 16 hands, 8 year* old ; on elegant,
showy, even gulfed driver: stands without tying; not
altal3 ot locomotive; is perfectly reliable every way.
One bay llorse. I6?i hands, 7 years old; a good, honest
all-day worker; kind, gentle and true.
One gray Horse, 15 hands; a flue, gentle driver, .smart
and uetive; Dee, gentle for ladies use, In single or double
hlOne^Bullder's Wagon, ne.w and complete; pole aud
Bh?)ne double Ti nek, in good working order; ??t double
Truck Harness and two good, strong, health/ Truck
IlorMCA*. wurrantpd jood worker*; sound ana kind.
TWO TOP KXPKF.SH WAGON*.
Oim bay Horse, 16\ hands, 7 years; Bound, kin?l And
t!Ono Butcher's Tart. TTarnesa and Horj*- .
Two bav Horses, lH.'i hands, 6 and , years old. Tills
team of'hor*e* are superior drivers, very stylish, poro
galled. In single or double harness; trot like one horse
when driven double and are reliable every way. Sold on
guarantee ; 24 hours trial. _
Two light Kxprww Wagons, two Hits Express Harness.
Two Roekawayg. two Top Buggies.
Two Sets Double Hanieta, ten Seta Single Harness.
Olio Baker'* Wagon, Harness and Horse : g.md outfit.
One pair good hu-dness Horse*; sold for want of use.
One sorrel Horse. 16*4 hand*. 8 years ; a good roadster ;
fa?r, free and stylish, gentle and kind.
For account of wlioin it may concern.
Three Hets of Single Harness, mud" by hand, of the best
material and workmanship. ,
Lot Blanket-, Harness, Saddles, Htirrup Straps, W hip*,
tither Horses, Wagons and Harness.
On all horses sold under guarantees purchaser* ar-t al
lowed 21 hour*'trial. Full particular* with each horse
at time of sale.
Sale positive, rain or shine.
4 T THE AUCTION HOUSE OF
J\ JOHNSTON A VAN TASSKLL.
office and saic.-rooiii -"i? Nassau street,
opposite the Port office.
THE HORSE AND f'ARRI YGE BRANCH
of our business is conducted at our
IIORPH AUl T10.N MART.
! 110, 112 AND 114 EAST TH1R1 KENTH STREET,
| NEAR FOURTH A VENT E,
where we hold regular
PALF.S OF HOUSES AND CARRIAGES
KVKKY TI'HHDAY AND FRIDAY.
GENTLEMEN WISHING In PI RCHA8K OR THOSE
I hav ing Horses or Carriage* to sell will tind our house per
i feetly reliable, us we conduct tliisJiraneh of our biisinesj,
| as vve do all our other busliu ?. on Hie raine straightfor
ward prinelpb ? which govern honorable homes in all
I "WVuft r THk"- PUR. H ARER OF EVERY HORSE
1 ^eVtRIEIh'^Vr JvAI?K or|',,'MOHs1<^<AND^*ARRIAGES
can be made at our dovvntown offlie and salesroom. 37
basSKii street, where wo also keep a register of llorses for
'LIBERA!. ADA AN( If ADR on < ONPIGWMEXTB
4 T 58 LIBERTY STREET, , , ?
J\. private-ale-room for flr*t class Carrlam sand Har
ness, rhalh-nge i the world
to eompe te with Hie prices we arc now inking
Boggles, Rockuways, Park and Pony J'hoetonp. Depot
Wagons. Ac., of the nio-t approved and reliable makes and
finish. Great bargains in Ifarite**.
JOIINsTON A I IV fASSELL. 39 Liberty street. _
A BAY COUPK HORSE, WITH LONG. FLOWING
A mane and tall. Id hand-, 3years; very stvllsli, sc l
warrat 'e l .oiind. kind aud Due, ami In every ru.-pv.ta
flr?t chi-s tstnllv animal. . ...
Four -vim Uark Phaeton, bvB. Br- wst. r A ( 0.
1 me spring top V\ i.gon, bv Baldwin ,t Co.
Six seat open Rocks wav, by Brev,-*ter A Baldwin
l'our-s-at "Pen Roekawsv, by Norton A Co.; wry tine.
Two light lbs-tor's Wagon*.
Ten vers fine top Pony Pli??ton?, Horn $lo1 tip.
Twenty rio top I'onv Phaetons, from $125 un.
Finyst'lfUng leutlier ten VViu'on ffOBJ fw i'p.
Peeond UfluT<-ontM' Ro Vawiji.T J. If. Lawrence, $l,o.
Single seat Road wagon, bv Pe er Dn)> vi*. $P>A
Twenty t< ir s. at Roekawav*, lr"m $11.. up.
Potir o-ut Bo-'.'p Depot WagoU A $1?) ill".
Coupe I or two horse*, onvC springs, in flue order, mitus
by Brewster A Baldwin.
10) c, t* of Single and Double Harness, at all price s.
(\mua In rood order made by llrenst. r A Baldwin.
All tliv aboin good* wfin^soUUit^,
Twenty per cent helow uianufacturi rv' prices, to close
wint,r ADYANCF.S.
JOHNSTON ? VAN TASBI'LI, lln, H2 A 114 F.*?t
TbirteetlthStreet, between Third otld 1 ? Drill avi uuv
4 X NEW YORK SALES AND STORAGE RE
j\ posltorv-337, .189 aud Jll Fourth avenue, tofher
Twrnty-fifili street.
S. UINGEU. Auctioneer,
Will *e|l
THIS DAY fThiir-dayY, May 9, 1872,
commencing at II p clonk 4. M.,
Two vcrv handioine pal" of M?ek Horse*, I3\ hand- ?
and 7 v. in'? old. sour-d, kind and gentle In i very psi tlcu
lar-flne. rtvli <i drivers, and very desirable;
1 h :*ee poti I ?*, vuitablo lor ladle a 0r cldleren to drive or
r a complete Turnout, eonslsili.g of Pony, Harness and
Wagonette, very stylish; n'*o. , _ .
Top ai d no lop Phaeton*, v icfoi la*. Barouches, Ito. k
nwar*. R ggies. Depot and F.xpre** Wagon-, Ac.; also
double and *lc le lliirne-*. Whip*. Ac , 4e.
, ?HAM'S roPI LAH PATENT LANDAULF.P
j\ ? Coupe Landau Uuiiopv, Umbrella Plveion*. Ill
p..mid \A i. oi*. nt factory price*, 23 ;er cent |e*s than
it >i ' i... I nth avenue stori *. I? East Fourth trout.
4 VERY HANDSOME, ST\r.l*lf, RANGY IIVV
ii ,r?. . |6 h inds, d v. ars ni l. p? rfcetly .- nnd ar I
kiln', single or double; have u*ed Idui otic year; will
n il at a - :c rill, e as I have no n tor him.
ADAMS, 845 Eighth av enue
4 8PI.1 ?; .i i> FAMILY HOR E I I Wtl IN If AR
;V no** and saddle : hav; 16 hand*; 7 * oars old. Been
at New ijn-ipmi Stahlcs, t'-f# SuvcatU iivvuuc.
Jf ARHIAOB8, AT.
*-^0* C. W. HAKKF.B. AUCTIONEER. ~
OF XHOROUOHBRRll[AND FAST TROTTING STOCK,
AT THE WINFIKLD STLD FARM.
THIS DAY (THT RSDaV* M^VNS? At 12 O'CLOCK
THE PROPERTY OP COLONELa'damI II nrnv
?'5?.ci!T? 39 lic?d l!f 8t?Hlons, Geidinga Mares,
I OLONEL IiTLBl HN* HAH SELECTED THIS STOi'ir
Cha^CM? Auction LrtEandBNTcwYo?kT;,te^1UE?of
TPu,n,h ?r?' ? &?
PURCHASERS LAN REACH TnE FARM VIA TnE 8
0 clock boat from fool of Thirty-fourth street, or "via Hud
evening" R'Ulroa,l 10 Cru"er * sttttU'". ?"??w'ura?ima
TERMS OP SALE-THREE MONTHS' APPROVED
NO ^ST^NPMVvi?^v',^,.S/5K?n'!?n 0fJt"r< ???*'.
AO POSTPONEMENT ON ACCOUNT OP WEATHER.
A -HARNESS -L.AKUK ASSORTMENT OP HINT.EE
LV. and double llarncH*. Coach, Coupe. Ex Dress nn.l
Truck Harness, at extremely loo prices; Harm s* madeTo
order; Riding saddles and Bridles, Imported and luy own
lu,4kL'- ???- . K. BARTLETT,
*? warren and 21 and a College place.
A WA,SON. ' 1*1 HOIS RO VI) wagon"
.1 7 .111X,; 2 r,0l',?^ by Duaenburjr A YanDuscr; i
light Top niid 124 lbs. Road WaKon, by Broome street
Brewster; 1 Top Wagon, $t*l; 1 two seat Pliaeton, 1 exten
sion fop do.; Ton 1 onv and Park, Knsket and Rumbla
1 haetons; Cabriolets, A Ictoriaa, Rockawavs; two second
hand loaches, 1 six wot ltoekawav, new Clarences and
( eacbej, H|ri?lo and double Harness, Sheets. Up Robes,
Ae , at W M. It. (,I..AY'S, and 22 W ooster street.
A OENTLEMAN S COMPLETE TURNOUT.-PAIR OF
Kr ?-!?^r,,V,l lj high, 6 years, lull manes and tails,
brown and dark sorrel ; have been driven together tho
past winter; brown can show fill gait: drive single or
double; warranted sound and kind; clouf.le Harness, used
I'll. a. i, ?,,-v "'?ker: very light four seated Itook
away, Mlner_A Stevens; will t>o sold separately or to
gether. No., Hurling slip, up stairs.
A RARE CHANCE TO PCUi'ltASE A NICE Tl'RN
i,*- a low price, consisting of a light cabriolet and
n?> vi'J'i ? iln ? t*>Am' ( a[> *?'" prlvato stable
No. 3 NeiK.u place, tipper part of Mercer street Ask for
At. dkmarkrt a co.
. Fine Carriages, 628 Broadway.
A great variety ol fine, *t>H.s<?nablc Cnrriatfeii, of all dlf
r?<1uc/Ml prices. Pony and Basket l'hae
tons, Depot Wagon a, Ac., Ac.
A CARRIAGE REl'OSITORY-141 WEST BROAD
* 'm,|lr Canal street. Rockawavs, Buggies, Park
n$?M 'nd'BudsB3j??gr:
A.
A.
Dollv \ arden Pony Phaetons.
, ? at FIiANDRAu'8. |
J No. 7 East Eighteenth street |
.
1
Tanler Pony Phaetons.
1 , at FLANDRAU'S, 1
| ho. 7 East Eighteenth streot. |
?" ? ?
Pony Phaetons,
1 Twenty different sty let, ,
' at FLANDRAU'S,
No. 7 East Eighteenth street. '
A FIRST CLAPS ENGLISH HORSE DOCTOR WOULD
'ike to get charge of a stable of horse?. Call on or
Jertiey Chy ? veterinary surgeuu, 324 South 8th st,
AT FACTORY-TOP AND ROAD BUfloreJTPONY
et "Id ' ? rk Phaetons, Kixkuii avs, Victorias, new and
secondhand; large stock; cheapest in city, ltd and Itft
Lid) idge street. f)AJ A SON.
A SECOND HAND TURNOUT SEAT TOP BUCOY
new no top two scat Wagon, w ill be sold for consider
street U llt. be seen at TAYLOR'S, fl? Cedar
A VERY FINE SELECTION OF PHAETONS, COUPE
A Rockawavs, Pony Phaeton? Depot Wagons. Road
Buggies and otlicr seasonable Family Carriages ami Light
Wagons; lowest popular prices. "
MANUFACTURERS' UNTON, IBS Broadway.
A LOT OF HORSES, JUST FROM THE COUNTRY,
sold cheat) or exchanged for Horses of less value ; fli
tor all kinds of business; w arranted sound and kind. In
quire at Ml l anal street, conn r Wu-hiugtoti street.
ATA SACRIFICE -A HEAVY STOCK OF FOUR SE AT
Phaetons, Depot Wagons, top and no top Bugulcs.
second hand Buggies, Coaches, Ac. 97 ttnd -J9 diaries st.
ALDBRNKYN.?FOR HALE, THOROUGHBRED .IER.
scyor Alderney Cows; hred from finest imported
Slock. Apply to P- EOniLLARI), Id Chambers street or
to WlLLlWCARLISLE. Pclhaui Bridge, N. Y.
A -SKI GND HAND AND NEW TOP AND OPEN
. Buggies of every dem-riptlon; also Express, Grocery
and light Business Wagon*. S4s West Twenty seventh
street, between Eighth und Nlntti avenues.
AFAMILf GOING TO EUROPE WISH TO DIH
pow, at a low price, of an extra tine Barouche made
uv Wood Brothers, f an bo se.m at J. L. HM1TI1 H, 28 East
Twenty-ninth struct, between Fourth and Madison avs.
A SIX-SEAT BRETT?ONB SIX-SKAT PHAETON,
rin VmUV*! ono i'oac.,l> one Coupe, ten
top roay Phaetons, three open do.. Depot Wagon and
business, top and open road Wagons; single and double
Harness, Bluukcts Sheets. Bribes, Whips, Ac., at 1 4dl
Coics "ear tJ flrst at prices to suit the
A -TWO VERY STYLISH (PA IK> COACH HORSES,
. browns and bays, no white; Just from the country;
10 hands high ; 6 and 7 ycarsold ; excellent travellers and
of great endurance; witl sell sts bargain; warranted
sound and kind by rcsponsltilo party . Seen ut 1M Twen
ty -third street, near Third avenue.
A -FOB SALE, A HAND80ME LIGHT BAY HORSE, Id
-fl. hands high: kind in harness or under saddle ; can he
driven by a lady; 11 years old, and sold only for want of
")"K?lfl'*ut ooupo horse; very stylish. Apply at
902 Hlxth avenue. '
A FOUR-HEATED BREWSTER PARK PHAETON?IN
perfect order: looks as good a* new: cost SI HO; is
worth now $700; will sell for S39H an I have no horses,
l an be seen at Anderson's stables. Fiaieth street near
Hlxth avenue. '
A LIGHT BAROUCHE FOR SALE.?LININGS, PAINT
.*1. Ac., in perfect order; Brewster's make and modem
shape; used as iirlvate one season. Also light set of -Ingle
Harness. App > at 1.211 Broadway.
A HHETI.ANll PONY FOR HALE?JKT BLACK, SIX
n. -v"??old; It haiidc warrant..I sound and kind In
u harness; with shitting top Wag-.n for b.nr children
nil 111 good order. Apply at JrtI F.a't Twenty eighth street.
AT a LIBERTY STREET.
Private eulrsroom for first clas? Carriage! and Har
iifN- , Challenges the world
to roinpnw* with tho prlcos we are now afsktru/.
Buggies, Foekaways, Park and Pony 1'haetnns. Depot
Wagons, Ac., ol the most approved and reliable make and
Itnlsh. Great bargains tn Harness.
JOHNSTON' A VAN T A SHELL, {IP Liberty street.
A -OUR LATENT specialty?
-fx. The "Oxford Robe"?
fine, all wool, and just the article for the reason, $7. To
he had only at 33 Liberty street
BAY MARE?7 YEARS OLD, 13 HANDS HIOH; WILL
trot In 3 to 31., minute M-a-y or go under saddle; can
ne driven by a lady; price tUV. Apply to T. KELLY, 17
Bar'lay street ? 1
i MltRIAt I s ?vu WAGONS "F.M.ING AT GREAT! Y
I A. reduced prices; large assortment family Carriages
I Pony PhAePim HuslnvCH Wagons; ulso 1(>) ?eC,,nd hand,'
very cheap. WITTY'S Manufactory, Ncvlns and Fulton
j Mrt'fi?, wrooRlyn.
i / IORBKTT A CO., NOS. 122, 124 AND 128 WEST TWKN
: x . ty-fltth sti'sut, off, ;* the following-s con,i baud f'ur
! Dago*One six passenger Phaeton, bv Brew,tov
1 three toupf s, by good makegs; one four at Ko^ka-.vav
and a number of open and top Wagons.
i /torpE HORSE FOR SALE?FULL M HANDS ONLY
' .ve!,ri?b'; I-: wu, black mane and fall; sound and
*! n'' 'S2 . OT,.'v " " w Bl,n|bs In the city. Ad
| drese BROW N, ho* 2.3VI I'ost ofUce.
I IJtlRHT CLASH TURNOUT FOP. SALE?AT A H.ACRI
I L1 flee for cash, a handsome bay Horse, 7 years i.v .
, hands; sound and Mnd - a square box top Wagon, euuni
I to new : rit.v rrmlier; ami goml slog'., lisne-s.? -old
sopar.it. I.v or tog-th-;. Apply at lOllK'.S -labb , 223 West
1 orfieth streot
j fWOR HALF, A PAIR OF EXTRA FINE. HIGH HI l-fp
| L ping, well bre.l Horses, l.',\ hands, dark brown and
perfectly match. 1; ? yeri handsome English Rrougbsr.i
1 and a if> ush <ig,.t mall Fbaefon; both carriage? recently
tmported nil t u? grnut as new; alar, bra.s mutinied single
and double English Harness of latest style und pattern
Apply .at prlvab stable, lfid P.,tat Twenty -Ixtu Street or
of IlkNKY P. . .HfPER.M Broadway. |
IfOR SALU-A BF AUTIFUL CHESTNUT MAKE,
J* quick, sound and kind, Ju?t the thing tor a lady. At> :
ply fr,on 8 to 11 .Tel. a. .M. at 133 >.a?f Nineteenth st. |
j TjAORHALK-A PAIR OF BAY CANRIAGE HORSES, 1
1 I 7 an 1 8 years old; over 16 hands high ; own. r Iti
I Europe. Ad h ss tiox 113 station A.
1 B*OB BALI i FINB TEAM OP BAT CABRIAOE
? r Horses. Morgan and Palchsnstck; bandsome and
stylish, tfijg hands high; nsrfe,-tli sound and kind; A ami
| 6 year* old. Inquire oft/. H. < FEED, 13 Murray street. !
TtOR HALF A PAIR OF TROTTER3, R YKABH OLD;
j I1 so ind, kind and true; lfii4 high: good style; do not
I pull, overreach or Int. rfVro: art goutic, double and -Ingle,
for ladles or children; have a record or 2 53 and 2;4t?, smi
tiave'K. faults. Inquire of 8. CHARE, 48 Lost Tv.i.nty
I sixth street, or oddr. ?y V., dra vcr 36 New Havt n (Conn.)
Post tittle.'
TWOR H ALE?A TWO HE AT TOP tVAGON, HIIAKTH
| P an.l pole (C'-rbet A Hobaivh'? make), tn goo>l rutwiing
order. Inqulro at Preys' livery stable, 3>N F.ust Eleventh
street, near (Second avenue.
EK)R BALI A PAIR OF VERY DB9IBABLB WELL
r hrot.cn mouiitaln Shetland Ponies, about 10',. hands
wlih \\ aeon an 1 Harm's?. H>en at private ataf.le No i
Nellson place Yl-'rcer streeD. HoUl only for want of use.
1.3<)P PALI' A D\RK BAY HORor, yiyf? YEARS
r old; warranted sound and kind, suitable for light
truck or express. 347 Ke?t kitty-elghlh street.
IA0K i'.ALC- A VERY VINE Pit AUTOV. MADE BY
P C.ir' -tt.t '?? harch; but little used. I'm t-c c.-n -.t
tn* p'i' ale stiild. H7 East fortieth street between Ux
In.r* n a ' I fhlrd aieuues, from 0t? 11 A X.
E*OR tYLE \ HANDSOME HAY COLT, If HANDS
I h b, v.ing 8 years old : dam liambleionlan ? mien?
did a- ? n: 'n, Iraycller; sound and kind; will be sold
" "'i bVri'' 1 igi'iit. streetT" lu K^?pe. Inqul.e
I.'1"' '? BLACK CANADIAN TONT. poind
II I. 1 111 i k' 'itle. d years old, or would trade for a'
Horse, It bands. Inuuire at 348 Pearl street.
F?5 r^'.' 1 1 " VY MAR1;'-6VEARH OLD. 16 HANDS,
1 very stylish warranted Call at is l'Ut street c .1!
air Brpptr.c strc. t," in the liquor itvre. '
HOHSK9, CARRUOla, *f.
F?mMnauh~? ?*4T mahi:. h vndh hior7?
I ra"SS?-?^^
F?? want of rsn a stylish bat
ft.?$SWi?
l^VlR SALE?A FIKST CLASS OKNTLEM WH Rnin
"" ft*"SpfiJfcKS? 100
F?h?n?Mf7H*ANDSOMK BROWN~iiou.se iTT
ESsSKiKss
F?W.ooSrSwrlswafSS S2X* T!ntKK YEAR?
Calf two IllOnUlK old ? oow'hpill hv tC r/><nUtJ,VW^11 ^Ull
Newton, Maw.: peaiii^ JiKI ?"ter.u 7?Arn.hVnF Wert
made liir llreu It?r A Co iiVi ni l"" " 10 If n"7RT,
130 Kmi rhliteoiTUiitroet.' *' of "'*???? Appl> at
F??. BALE?A HANDSOME fiORREI, PONY i<i
For sale at a bacrifice-a bay m are t
yeftfH old, haudd llitfll ' ( an trot In 1 *ir
Livery Btabies, Noa. I and 0 Rust Twenty eighth Hlreel
S^iis^mw^W^?lSgga
F?? f?OM RUTLAND COUNTY VKR^
gjM^ggJS^aa^iS
sa.#w?s'
F?by8^^t,X"Ftnf,HRBnRrV ?,?A^vB "'OH. |
B?4ti;;!.; !lma "ri>ate '**??&?**?
F'!,R,^\r'K ??NK VICTORIA, ONE NEW AND (IIM
SSSftttStftS^^127 ??im. ii?iK
ssfisasasr'A ,a "?? ?'??.VsMSr.'jE
F???!Ar5-.A,.FAST TROTTING PONY. LITTLE SOBE
.. forward, $7fl; ohm lino brood Man* B7ri (iftin *
lorward; one old ilorae,$Uk_ 77 New VLuI^ 'uIIl
TjlOR SALE CHEAP?FOR WANT OK USE AN Kf if
nlntHl? md."0"' App,y #t Private stable lay'Welt IVrty*.
TJABNEHSKOR FARMING, TRUCKING EXPRK8SrvTT
s^sagBSsae!
Harness, saddles horse clothing
, C. B. SMITH A CO ,
extensive manufacturer* of everv d. ?, rintl..n nra?i
TCST ARRIVED?THREE SPAN VERY FINE
i,.asssa sari."
T,IVERV, STABLE, CORNER HOI Tit EIGHTH AND
{itm^r "r'io i^' ?^;? Io??itlT7itih Ti n ?! rrpa'vewl o^otn til!
^g^ig^gsff ^ ?agfe
VAANl KACTI.'IlEHtS' UNION REPOSITORY fiSH
1 prlcai^ defying competition. Call and examine
pi.ANO OR PARLOR ORGAN?IN EXCHANGE FOR
?>5??ffi.TKS:c-"" "?>?<> ?w?iwm
??reel, near Third avenue
xSAS?;iK ?OR?B FOB SALS?A SPLENDID HAY
iaildle* iinil^nd o^ 'Wi' ,horoushl/ trained to the
at STEkltY KltVR^ Jii'i' " htru^.; price SOW. Inquire
_ ..'?'?? "table*, No. i East Twenf v-eighth at.
S*225? HAND victoria, polk AND SHUTS
I^d'ot Wii ?on'' ft<ri Hroad'virtv ttr'' ^"'p M(i <"*>'
re' I
QHKTLAN1I PONIKS FOR KAIJ? ? ALSO AI IjPIikpv '
hi Ayrshire <'ow*-alto one AuWney and one Avr I
street. 1"'1,"re <* WlLLlAM WATSt&'w Franullu 1
SPEED.?A SPLENDID BLACK MARK lat Haniim
long, full tall, peneetlv sound ami can trot In 2-tn'
? iso a cfieatnut sorrel, can Irot In 2*0 o, iJ 72*",J u r
Brooklyn* 0n"' #Pp,y to BAKER> Hed I orda vet,ue'
UTABLE to LET?,TM?f WEST TWENTY-FOURTH
?treet ? live stuIM, coo?f eoachhonie, Ac.
? *??.? "? ?*>"KR. ?'?? Went Twenty.third ?treet
C*TABLE TO LET?.TSBW WEST TWRNTY-FOI RTH
0 ati cet: room fur ten starts.
II. ('OMI,it. :kW Went T-.venty third street.
T<>l' W ACON JOi SALE?MADE BY BREWS'l EP. t
BalH "PT'nit. as (rood m new. Apply to BliIUOS
? ' ? s,nhle\ loriy-second street and Seventh avenue.
rpitl ( KINO HI SINESS FOR SALE-ONE OF THE
1 flnest payltn? IniniiieKaea down, pavina ,i t ear'
?;>r paoi. "lata apnty to WiI.Lr.vV NurIi'eIk corner
ol Motor and New Church street*. ' ,r,"r
WAkT.';P^A pVR OF COOD HORSES, A PHAETON
I W.C(TRD-A SECOND HAND EXTENSION TOP
' nrke Brink r 'r?n'i '" ???d order. Aiflire**, wiili
ItrouiV.vny. Nodenpyl, Tunlson A Shlebler, 170
I W'A^T'*D?FOR CASH, A PAIR OF CABRIAOI
.. ,. ,'"r,c? or Mare*; mu?th? Hound and kind. Address
A f|llornl,> Uptown Branch offlee, 1,2ns Broad* ay.
VIr ANTED?A LIUHT KOCKAWAY DEPOT WAGON
, "ii,? Iiaeton.aeat* for lour. In exchange liir a Pl.t no
fx Bronun?street. w"r"uul"- ? of JAMES,
TITAN TED?A PARK PHAETON AND BUGGY: MUST
TMotf 11 ? B?2'.,??n,efi ,".Lvj " '"'Illy Hor*?. Add.ess
THOMAS, box Ijil Herald I ptown Brunch offlc*. |
jkl?n-FOWERFPL. LARGE TRUCK IIORHE, ii
li ... Av<'nrj. 'ound and kind; team of bar*. I lor?e sud
Mate $l.fl; mint ho sold ; glvlntt up business. 73? iV??li
lu^fou Htreet, corner Bank, Krocnr)'.
I *7f?0 f"'1' A .GEMLKMtv s COMPLETE
. J Tu1r"0"'. rV",i?ling Ol a beautinii tiav Ilatnble
toman Marc, 16ja Jiend* high, ve;v stytisb and'an tr.it In
tliree minutes; u Waterman side liar dull i^tirin^r top Hint
' ftV'-V .boox "V."t,Vi Rood ?ot of slnxle Harne**, wtili. 1
Blanket*, Ac. The mine w.i* rained In Oranite i ountv
arid Inm been In Hie city about two week*. Satlsfaclorv
reason lor wjlllne piven. N? jockey* nor trader need am
l?ly. io he seen at llen.lnck*on's Long Id.md Stable*
Sn'iith*1 l'urnu'utf' UVeDB?' Hru<A*'V?- I'"iuire &
TACHTI, NTEAMnOATM, dW.
ipOB BALE A VERY PAST SAILING YACHT WKT r
r found III every re*r,ecf. 31 foot keel, U foot Iwsatn l
M Sou'h'trref 1'aU lars '<> u- P RAk MON'b,
F"!' KCULL WHERRY .11 sT nil'
I boat for these waters; IS inches team ?*? J,
complete, will, sculls; weight, M pound a' AenT! . ?.
B.\ Hit. 15 Gold street. vounis. Apply u, K.
L*oR BALE? SMALL IRON SIDKWIIJ'EL STI ttniV
X"'sfe.'RS?k3^''
Sfl?AM VACHT FOR SALE?A3 FEIPT LONtiTfpkt
P be*fn'tn funning oi der^ Apply at 27 tVest^t.
THE HULL AND MAIIOOANY FITTINOS Patent
$.' <>. Apply In LI,Ok D. 39 Broidway, 71^00? ' P
WAW1TO TO PCHCIIAMK
I it on, railino.-wanted, I7iTfbkt OF LIGHT REcl
1 end b.ind vrrouKht Iron raiting. .tfiNU.s A smith
e.i. iter ot I-orty-second street and Ti nth avenue.
WANTED?A SECOND HAND SHEAP.S AND PUNCH,
al.o largo Shears suitable for rolling mill.
A. C'ARR, <3 f'ortlan.U nfrest.
tLTANlED-V SECOND HAND SODt APPARATUS
and hart lea to ?unply a confei (k.nery with Soda
\>.uer and 1 o ( ream. Inuulro atk'til Sixth avenue.
lisXOVALS.
OFFICE OF THE PACIFIC MIJI AL IN-'i:\NCE
Company,
17(5 BsoAowvr, Nrw Yos* Mac I. Is77.
This company has removed to Its new odtse, 119 Broad
way, soiitltwe*! corner of Cedar street.
I AT w DIBBLRR, M/:MBKR Of STOCK EX.
?v ? rl ange, Broker In *'oek<. famd*. loan*, A,\, has
removed iroiu U Wall stret; io lU Bread meet.
FINANCIAL..
August bkluont * no..
Bankers.
80 Wall street.
Issue letters of credit to travellers, available In all parti
of the world, 11>ri? 11u11 the
mkssrh. de Rothschild
and their Correspondent*.
Alao make telegraphic transfers of money on California
Europe an<l Havana.
Subject to check at sight
A TRUST FUND OK $.188,(100 TO LOAN OK NBfflf
Yorkelty raal estate, for rive years; will also tako
alignment* of mortgage*. Principals only address bee
31 ll Now York Post office.
A -SUMS OK $16,000 AND $20 00(1 TO LOAN ON PRO.
? perty up town, west ol Lexington avenue. It#
bonus wanted. Will l>e Invested Immediately.
O. Q. HENNKT, No. $ Pine street
Any mercantile house, firm or company in
fair standing wauling assets (realty) or money will
llud opportunity; no fee unless business arranged; strict
ly confidential. Address COUNSELLOR, Herald offloe.
4 I.I. PERSON'S WHO DESIRE TEMPORARY LOAN*
1V on tlielr lllo Insurance policies can borrow the stir,
render value by applying at tlio INSURANCE AGENCY,
*2 ( edar street, roam 2.
Biles ok exchange and drafts available
iu all parts of Great Britain it ml Ireland, issued b#
TAPHCOTT BROTHERS A CO., 86 South street
Holders ok the bonds and of the ckrttki,
rates of Indebtedness of tlio Greenville and Colum
bia Railroad Company of South Carolina, guaranteed by
the state of South Carolina under net of (he General
Assembly of that State of December 21, 1866, are requested
to communicate with F. K. MAKBUKY,Jr., Counselor at*
Law, 64 Wail street, or address box 1,173 Post olllce, New
York.
Money to loan on new york and new jer?.
sey Property, In sums to suit ; mortgages cashed at
market rates.
BELLAMY BROTHERS, No. M; Pine etreet
VGTICK TO BONDHOLDERS.
In There are quite a number of bonds on the State of
Kentucky falling due in the years 1871, 1878 and IS76. The
names snd residences of the holders arc unknown to out
State authorities. We now have the money unit will be
glad to nay offcach and every one of said bonds, with any
unpaid interest that, may have accumulated tolls pre.
peutalion. P. U. LESLIE,
Governor of Kentucky
Report of the condition of the amf.ricaM
National Bank ol New York at the close of busmeM
April 19. 1872.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts $260,805 I
Overdraft* 17$ (
United States bonds to secure circulation 500,000 (
Other stock", bonds and mortgages 187,431 (
Due from other national banks 32,180 I
Furniture and fixtures 17,917 M
Current expenses 14,680 "
Taxes panl 8,7841
Premium on Unitod States bonds 42,837 I
Cash Items. Including revcuue stamps 2,838 l_
Exchange* tor clearing house 43,449 91
11(1 Is of other national hanks 19,413 0|
Fractional currency (including nickels) 1,918 J
Specie, vis., coin 623 W
Gold Treasury notes 4,000 0$
Legal tender notes 197,766 00
Three per cent certificates 6,000 0$
Total $1,329,888 ST
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In $800,000 0$
Surplus fund 6,000 00
Discount 186 Of
Kxchnngo . Ill M
Interest 10,698 60
National hank circulation outstanding 436,150 oq
Individual deposits 210,218 44
Ccrtillcd cheeks 2,618 21
Due to nstlonnl hank 120,216 01
Due to bunk and bankers 34,866 80
Total $1,329,886 37
Slam of New York, county of New York, as:?I, A. B.
l'roal. Cashier of the American National Bank of New
York, do sole mnly swear that the above statement is true
to the !>est of ray knowledge and belief.
A. B. PROAL, Cashier.
Correct. Attest?
JACOB OBERHOLSEIt, 1
JOSEPH POOL, J Directors.
ROBERT SHFRUARD, Jr., >
Subscribed and sworn to before me Ibis lltth of AprfL
1872. JOnN Z. WESTERVELT, Jr.,
Notary Public, New York county.
1MIK cor PONS OF THE NEW H AVEN, MIDDLE,
town and Willlinantle Railroad Company duo MoF
I will he cashed on presentation at the offlce of F. H,
SMITH, :tt Broad street
OHtl'ST MONEY TO LOAN AND BUY FIRST CLAM
X mortgages oil elty real estate. In sums to suit, with
out bonus Address COUNSELLOR, box 2,681 New York
Post offlce.
in raft ORNT. CITY AND COUNTY BONDS ? FIRBT
X'* class scruritles below par; also Insurance, bank,
gaslight, city railroad slocks and bonds, and an extensive
variety of llrst mortgage seven and eight percent rail
road bonds, lm liultng other choice securities, paying 10 te
20 per cent., tor safe and profitable in vestments, all at low
rates, l'or sale by
ALBERT IC. NIOOLAY,
Banker, Stock Broker and Auctioneer,
43 Pine street.
N B ? First class Investment securities, paying large
rates of Interest, a specially with this house "for over H
years, and always kept on bund.
(J.Q nniH'P' $ 10,000 TO LOAN?ON MORTGAQB
?IpO.UU" In Westchester and New York; also various
sums to purchase First and Second Mortgagos. Apply te
U. W. DITCHETT, No. i New Chambers street, second
floor.
(J>7 r Ann TRtTST FUNDS TO LOAN IMMfeDI
?P I tJ.UUIr atey oil improved pro|>orty In thia city,
in sums $6.W0 upwards. Only principals, apply to N. It.
IIAI ts, 81 Cedar street.
<sC 1*111 (WW1 TO l<OAN FOR EUROPEAN AO'.
/I'.1'vr" cmnil, only on flrst clitat Improved city
property; also trust funds In any amouuL
D. D. ORKELL, 291 Broadway.
(i4)7 I Will T" loan-on bond and mort
?T>?? I O.HUd gage, on real estate Iii this elty or Wost
chesier county; large Loans made on (Irst class property.
JOHN7F. OONRKY, KB Broadway, room 8.
& UWWWWt TO LOAN?IN HUMH TO SUIT, ON
?r^rUlr.UUU New York, Westchester and Brooklyn
Property, for term of years; no bonus required. C. B.
WILLI8. Montauk Insurance Company, 168 Broadway.
d?7r a nnn TO loan-on impoved property
lp|?)U.UUU lu New York, Brooklyn, Now Jersey
end Westchester rouulv. Principals only need apply,
wltli papers. K. M. VfAHON, No. 1 Chambers street.
LOAN OFF1CB8. ~~
\ T 77 BLKKCKEB STREET, NEAR BROaDWAY, UY
J\ stairs- High, st cash advances on Dtamonda
WaP-hcs. Jewelry, Pianos, A'*., or Imught. Pawnbroker#
Tickets bought at 77 Bleeckcr street.
80 N ASSAU STREET, BETWEEN FULTON AND
John streets.?NEWMAN LEOPOLD continues the
IAV
I buying, selling or advancing on Diamonds, Watches, Jew
! elry. Pianos, Merrhaudiso, Life Policies tor any amount,
AT WOLF BROTHERS', 896 BROADWAY, BETWEEN
Nineteenth ami Twentieth streets?Money loaned oa
j Diamonds, Watches, Jowelry, Silverware. Silks; partloiu
, larly Piatiiis; private parlor for ladies. Business strictly
I confidential.
I AMERICAN OFFICE, 733, ESTABLISHED 1884.-V<T
l .1 amount loaned r n Dinui'Uils, Watches, Jewelry|bII
verware, Camel's Hair Shawls, Laces, Valuables, Ac., or
! will buy; utmost value paid. J' II. BARKlNOER,
71$ Broadway, opposite Aakar place.
V^HT HYMAN'B, 710 BROADWAY -I.IBERAL AD
vanee* made oil Diamonds and Watches, Silver
! W are, Ac , or w ilt pay the highest market price for the
; name. A desirable office to rcut, on Broadway, at a low
j rale. Apply as above.
4 T 67 THIRTEENTH STREET. NEAR BROADWAY?I
1 JY pay the highest price for Diamonds, Watches, Jew.
dry. or ad .'Slice on th" -ante. ISAAC'S, Diamond Broker,
67 Thirteenth etreet, j, ar Broadway.
OQ NASSAU HI lit.! r, OPPOSITE POST OFFICB.?
?>?" Libera I advances made on Dlamutids, Watches, Jaw
dry and all kinds of Merchandise: the same bought and
sold. IIAYM A.N LEOPOLD, room L
tilt WAMAU SniELT. ?AT THE OLDEST E9TAB
lished offlce you will obtain liberal advance* on
Dlstnonde, Watches, Silverware, Ac., or will pay the ut
most value Ibr t.ho same. A. IIONIOMAN.
tip) SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY-FOURTH
't'r,) ami rwi uty-flflh streets?Liberal advances made
on Diamonds. Watches, Jowelry and all kinds of Goods,
same bought at full value. L. BERNARD.
('J," BROADWAY, CORNKR AMITY STREET ?
1?<~? 1 Motley liberally advanced on Watches, Jewelry,
Diamonds and all other personal property. The same
bought and hold. M ROSENBKIIO.
097
BROADWAY, CORNER OF FOURTH STREET.?
IJbcral advance* oti Diamonds, Watches. Jewel
ry Silk?, Camel's llalr Shawls, Lacs and personal prop
erty of every dewrlptlou. JAMES P. MATHEWS.
Q(W* BROADWAY. OPPOSITE ELEVENTH STREHT.
OlfU Money liberally advanced on Diamond*. Watches,
Jewelry Silk.-. Dry floods, ami j>c uial property of overr
dc> rtptloii; private entrance for ladies. J. A. JACKSON.
DRY OOODNs ^
...I II.AIR! H.AIR'-HHAW'S PATENT "AIR,
equal to human ltnlr; can bo ooini>ed and brushed:
SwltcUcs $1; Human Hair, cheapest in the market; eelld
rt cheg, one vard long, $3: French twist, $4; curta il
upward; Isdles'own hair made over, Be. Late*
HUeq
Mwlts-Ue I
Switches, m
and upward; Huk, ...... 1.^,1
style* always on hand. 362 Bo wary, ledn'ccn Great Jonee
ami Fourth streeisi Highest prices paid for hainan hair.
OUB0TANTIAL B ARG AINS HmI,? ,
H The -ale of a first classyh-k^Goves, H.aderr, Lace*
Sixth arcuue, between .'iflti uitd :t*th stroota ^
MIIiM3KHY AMI IMIKNM.WAKIMCJ.
. JsMiricS PAYTBRN BAZAAR. >14 BROADWAY.
>V nsarTwentv-flrststrrct-Beautlhil exposition Farte
-tvl/< Delightful novelties. Bummer Coetnmea The
new Polonaise* >ro decided chanres. Pattern* now
r. adv Cloth model* furnlehed with each pattern, Dee.
Save menev by examining our imported style*before pur
chasing ready made Imported suits. Pattern* fitted to thu
form warranted yerflyf.
Mmf. ballingb, importer, has removed to
1,113 Broadway, under the II .ffman House.
VTME. RAILINGS. IMPORTER. TAKES PLEASURE
i?I In snni uneiiig to hei lady natrons that she lias re
in, ?. .'(I I I l.i II. .m ' a ii , !iu.lcr (lie Hoffman House.
The victor-tub hat of the season, found
nuly at I.o Malsou Walton, 862 Brondwav, above
Union square.
MWK. RALI.INGS, IMPORTER OF costumes,
having removed to 1.116 Broad was. under the Hod
man It.m*". ladle# can have their materials m*J- up lu
exqoUite style I'rpof recent luiportatlens

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