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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 13,074. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1872.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS. AMUSI-MINTS? Second Pari? Fifth anil sixth column*. ASTRO. .OGt' ? Tw klptii Pack ? Ki>t!i column. BILLIARDS? Second Pack ? Filth column BOARDERS WANTED ? Hiumu Pa'.e? First ? nd second column*. BOARD AND f.ODUINO WANTED ? Secokd Pacr? Sec _ oud column. BROOKLYN HOARD ? Second Pack ? Sccond column. BROOKLYN RIAL ESTATE FUR S.vLE ? Twelfth PAUK? Find Column. . , 1 BUSINESS OPPOtti' L) N ITIE3? Ninth Pace? Sixth cot umn. BUS1NI SS NOTICES? Sevknth Pack? Sixth column. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR tfALB? Twia*** P auk? First CWRw'TvD SALESMEN ? Klituh Page? Fourth it 111 flllii column*. QXiOTHINQ? Bmuokb Pao?? Fourth column. COACHMEN AND GARDEN ERn? Eleventh Pao*? Fifth COASTWlHc. STRaMSH IPS? Fik<t Pack? Sixth column. COPARTNERSHIPS? Nimih Pack? Sixth column. COUNTRY BOARIK-Sbco.no Paok? Secolid uutl third columns. I>E!iTIMTUY? Twblpth PACB-Slxth column. DRY GOODS? Fikat Pack ? Kilth roluiuli. Swelling houses to let. furnished and un Fl'HKISHED ? Twictrni P auic? Third column. BDBOPKA.N- STEAMSHIPS? Fiiuit Page? Filth aud sixth column*. BUROPK? Niktu Pace? Sixth column. EXCHANGE? Ninth Pauv ? 'ixtli column. BYES AND EARS? First PAUr:? Filth column. BXOl'RSIoNS ? Fiimt Pack? Sixth .olitinu. Financial ? fiust paok? Fitih column. FOR SA LK ? Second Pauk? Third and lourth columns. FURNISH ED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Twelfth Pauk? Third and fourth column*. FURNITI RE? Ei.kvkmtii Pauk? .Mxt j column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS? Elevkntu Pace? Sixth c< luiun. HELP Wa.VTED? FEMALES? Eleventh Paoe? Third i;Bl I'ourlh columns. HELP WANTED-MALgS? Eleventh Pake? Filth and ?Ixtli column*. DORSES, CARRIAGES, AO.? First Pace? Sccond, third aud lourtli column*. HOTELS? Skciixd Pack? Second column. HOUSES, Roo,MS, AC., WANTED? Twelfth Paoe? Fourth column. INSTRUCTION'? Twelfth Pace? Sixth column. LOAN OFFICES ? Twelfth Page? Fourth column. LOST AND FOUND? Fihsv Pauk? First column. MACHINERY? St 1 on it Pack? Fourth column. MARBLE MAN'TEI.S? Second Pack? Fourth column. MATRIMONIAL? Twh.itii Paok? Sixth column. MEDICAL? Second Pack? Fourth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Tknth Page? Sixth colUiiill. MISCELLANEOUS? Ninth Paoe? Sixth column. MUSICAL? Second Pauk? Sixth coluinu. PERSONAL? First Paoe? Kir<it columu. PIANOFORTES ? Second Pauk? Filth oolnmn. POLITICAL ? Td'KLFTH Pag*? Fourth column. POST OFFICE NOTICE? Fikst Pack? Flith column. PROPOSALS? Twklftii PAOtt? Sixth column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?' Twelfth Paok? Firm and second columns. BEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? Twelfth I' ACk.? Scc ond and third column). REAL ESTATE WANTED? TvBLrrn Page? Third col umn. ?EWARDS? First Pack? First column. aLes AT AUCTION? Tweli-th 1'aoe? Fifth and sixth column*. SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Eleventh Page? First, second und third columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Eleventh Paoe? Fourth column. SPECIAL NOTICES? First Page? First and second col umns. 8POR1 1NO? DOGS. BIRDS, AO.? First Page? Second co. umn. SUMMER RESORTS? Second Pace? Third column. THE TRADES? Eleventh Page? Sixth column. THE TURF? First Pauk? Second column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES ? Twelfth Paoe? Third column. TRAVELLERS' OI'IDE? First Pack-SIxIIi colnmn. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMEN IS TO LET? Twelfth Pack? Fourth column. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.? Eleventh Page? Sixth col umn. WESTCU ESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET? Tvtklfth Pack? First column. YACHTS. STEAMBOATS. AO.? First Pagk? Fourth col umn. HERALD BRANCH OFFICE? UPTOWN A DVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT TnE BRANCH OFFICE, l.ICfi BROADWAY, WEST FIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THITY SEC OND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FTIOM 8 A. M. TILL I P. M. EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND. PERSONAL. D OT? CALL AND SEE ME OB SEND ME YOUR AD <3 it as. SAM. 1JIDDY, CHARLEY AND FRKD? STOP WRITING JOi 8tow#rt's name In visitors' book, elso yon will be fined. UNIQUE. DITH-YOU WILL KIND MY ADDRESS AT J. W.'S, 109, wmc street. ISLANCIIE. Frank murphy, ok Brooklyn, formerly bar ei d r of Park Avenue Hotel, will cull at Robin eon's iloi. I, IS Kant sixteenth street Any information concerning the above will be thankiully received. E HONEST TO O.-WILL MEET YOU AT MATINEE Picnic next Saturday. Cromorne Gardens, .Seventy second street mid Third avenuo. JIMMY. Leopold hach, an umbrella maker, or ms heirs, will learn something to their advuntnuo l.y ?ending tl.eir addrt si to !M1 Broadway, room 18. Little rascal? call on Saturday mornino, sure, at the address I gave you. **',? J n. Notice.? if any ok the parties to the in terierenec in the Po?? office about label* or revenue ?tamps would hear of something to their advantage, ad dress JONES, box 1US ilcrald otneo. STEAMER WESTPHALIA.? ROSEBUD, AT HO bokt n ferry.? Meet mo to-day, 3 P. M., corner Broad way and Twenty-second s reot Thom as .ioyce, ok county oalway, Ireland - Call and sec your cousin, Mary Hesey, at 157 Weit Twelith street. TILL.? I WOULD LIKE TO SEE YOU TO-NIGHT wheVe we flr*t met, if convenient E. TV WILL THE TWO "LADIES IN COUPE, COMING UP Broadway, 2 o'?:ock, yesterday, please Mind their ftfldrc<.? to gentleman in the other Oouper Address Mr. STOUT, ho a 1U Herald Uptown Branch ottice. "ftroULD NELLIE M'CLENNAN (FORMERLY WATT ft ress at Hitchcock's saloon), sec an old friend 1 Ad drew 8. 11. WILSON, Herald ottice. LOST AND POUND, IOST? A PROMISSORY NOTE OK ALEXANDER W. J llarvev tor $ft,0CO, payable to the order of C. K. Gar rison at ninety days alter dale, and now past due. A re ward will be giireti by returning it to C. K. GARRISON, No. P Bowline Green. T OST? A ROLL OK OILCLOTH. WHILE MOVING AJ and belpg conveyed from Kn?l Tliirfv-xcroird street to West Twcnly-=evcnth stre't, on MomlAy'evening, June 3. The tinder will !>e suitably reward" d by applying to L J. SIMMONS, 437 Broadway, or 810 West Twenty -seventh st LOST-IN AN OMNIBUS ON BROADWAY. SOME Papers In an envelope, addressed Miss K. A. Den tiaio. ot no u-e but to -owner. $."> reward lor return to MILLER, l'ISET * OPDYKK, 20 Nassau street. I OST? ON MONDAY, JUNE X A NOTE FOR $400, _J drawn In favor of C. or .? Mifldleton or hearer, hv Williiini K. Howe, payable) til Ti n.h National Bank 30 days from date, 2Sth ol May. All norsons are forbid tic - goilsting the mi in", a? payment ban been slopped. A anii.iiiie. reward will be (riven on its return to GEORGE M1DDLETO.Y .,59 Centre street T OST?B f'.TWE EN SO WEST TWENTY-SEVENTH Jj stri -i t and 112 Enst Twenty-fourth street, a Pocket book, cotiiaLiina money, til-o papers of no value except to'iwner. A ii1*:.; rtwaril v\ill be y riven by returning the same to 112 test Twenty-fourth ?ircet. T OST? AT TWENTY-THIRD STKEF.T AND SIXTH JJ avenue, lady's >-liort Chain, with bar and ornaments attached. Liberal rewaril will be pnnl to the finder by re turning them to Bush's coal yard, 6tW Greenwich str e'et I OST- A WHITEHALL BOAT, 18 FEET LONG. OFF J Kim; Sing, on Hudson River. Finder will be re ward" 1 by leaving mine at J. O'BRIEN'S, pier 43 North River. REWARDS, REWARD. -STRAYED. A BLACK AND TAN POO, If*' while spots on (lie liaek ot the neck ; answers to uandy ; bad on collar an I bell. Finder \. ill please bring to HAM t tiL M. LEDKllKIt, ;U7 ami 2iJ9 Greenwich street. 4? It I'KWARD.? ESCAPED. FROM REAR OF IIOUHK V'f | ;i!? West Tlii rt.v fourth street, a Canary Bird. Party returning same will 'ie<cive tlie ubovc reward. A SPECIAL NOTICES. MEETING OF THK H1I1HT Cl'TTF.RB WILL BE held oa Saturday next at #:30 o'clock, at 111 Walker street, to liwor report* iro n the different shops. 8 II. It rouse A Hrothor and J. Frank .t Co. have agreed to the ?lliht h?nir movement The loii.i.vini >ii,.iis were repre K-n.eil hist iit^ht at the meeting:? u. Wallach's Sons, 13 ireu: Kotliselnld Brothers A dolman, 1.1; S. 11. 8trou?o A Brother, 3;?, Kraitk a i 'o., 3; B. I, midiiem, V J. Ho*en Mlen, ft; Sterti A Co , 8; cabin A Salmon, 1; Wcch-d''r Brother: . 3: MMllns.Snlre A Co.. 2; D ,lt n. August, 4; S. M. Davidson, 0; S. Wlel, 1 ; Wootn^cr A Co., 1. ? OFFICI \L HR A WING8 KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES, ? KNTtJcsv? urn ens* so. S3J? jesr. 0. 1ST2 84, :*). ii, 7(1, ?4. ?. 4^, :2, 71. 6. 15 ? ?Nrtrrar? ci.i<s so. !t.l ? junk a, 1^72. 47, 34. 7, H'.l, 50, U, 78, W), 55, W, 29. 4?, ?5. riUUCAH? IXTliA CtASS so. 2t*)5? j u < k f>, 1S72. 37, 1, 35, -!5. 4.1. 7?S 41, 59. N, !?' 19. fADUCAII? ClAJji wo. 271)? JUNT , 1872. 3D, 15, 111, 72, 27, 52. 4-1, #1, M, ?, 7?. Id. SIMMON'S A CO., Managers, 1'oviiinton, Ky. J. CLUTE, Broker, ?*> Ilroft'lwsy, Post offlco box 4.989. A-r.OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY, PRICKS REDUCED. , J. B MARTINEZ A CO., Brtttkers, 19 Wall street, b.ix 4,815 Post ofllce. New York. A? OFFICIAL DRAWING* OF K< VAL HAVANA ? and Kentucky St.itc Lo'l'xrles always on fllo, J. t'TF., Broker, ik'i hroadw../, 153 Fultin sticct No. 2 Nrlt row. 1'uat office liux 4.flol. B NFECIAL KOT1CKS. OOK STORE -NEW AND SECOND HAND BOOKS to be bought and sold. 671 Hudson street Havana lottery.- -full official drawings received lor May U by JOSEPH HATES, li*> BruaU ?way, room 4. AVANA LOTTERY BROKERS.? FINK IMPORTED Clear* at low price*. BATES A CO.. 447 Broome street, two doors west ot llroadwuy. H NOTICE IS HERKBY CIVEN TO ALL PARTIES !N tere<ted (hut tlie Ccinmissioiiers unpointed under chapter ISO oi l aw* ot H72, will meet at the Stxih District Court Room, ou Friday evening, Juno 7, 1.17i, at 7J? o'clock, lor the purpose of examining into the lacts anil Circumstances relating to the contract* nud awards mude by the Mayor. 4c., ot the city of New York with the fol lowing named perron'1, to wit Juo. Bryan? Awnril ot contract Nov. 23, 187D, for paving wKh Stowc loundatlon pavement White St., from Broadway to West Broadway ; 16th st, 4th av, to East River; 2?th at, 6th av. to llud~on River; 27th at., 6th av. to Hudson River; 28th at., 6th av. to Hudson "Ivor; &>th si., Oth av. to Hudson River ; 40lh st, Madison av. to Hudson River. E. J. Quirk ? Speeiul contract tor regulating, Ac., 1.15th st, from 4th to Htti av. Win. Balrd ? Award of contract for paving, 11th at 4th av. to avenue A.' JORIATl SUTHERLAND. lioOPF.lt C. VAN VOKST. D. R. JAQl'ES. C. II. S. Wiimams, Clerk. NOTICE.-THE OERMAN BRIO MATHILDE, C. Kollu, muster, troni Rio Grande, la consigned to C. Tobias A Co., and not a* be. ore reported. C. TOBIAS & CO., tii Beaver street, Agents, Notice to all the cooks of new york.? All the cook* o! the city of New York are Invited to meot next Saturday, Jane 8, at 8 JO P. M., at the tier mania Assembly Rooms, at the corner of Twenty -sixth street uiul Seventh avonue, to tonn tho Culiuary Cosmo politan Association of the state of New York. New laundry, opened june 10, 218 Thompson stroet, between Amity and Bleecker streets. We hcroby solicit the patronage of the public. Please Rive us a call; we promise entire sallst action in all Its branches, wltli moderate prices. OFFICE OF TIIK ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN Railroad Co., No. U Nassau street, New York, May 27. 1872.? A meetimr of the stockholder* of this company will he held on the IOth day of June next, at 12 o'clock noon, at this office, for the purpose of considering mid noting upon the proposed lease* of the Niles and New I.Minn Railway and the Liberty and Vienna Railway to this com pany, and upon such other matters as may be brought be fore the meeting. C. DAY, Secretary. The united box (etui) makers iikld yester day another nta*. meeting, in which the workmen of all the manufactories of the trade were represented ; it was unanimously resolved that the former resolutions should he sustained. We received the news that the pnrte olio makers and bookbinders had determined to join us. The annual report of the commissioners of Fisheries of the State of New York Is now ready for distribution, and will lie sent gratuitously to uny snl dress, on application to ROBERT B. ROOSEVELT, 100 Broadway, New York. The united states indian commission will hold a public meeting at Cooper Institute, on Friday evening, 7th Inst, at 8 o'clock, tor the purpose of giving a reception to Red Cloud, Red Dog and other Indian Chiefs, from whom addresses may he expected. Admission tree. Tickets for reserved seats can he had at the door for 50 cents eacli. PETER COOPER, President Edward t' rom well, Secretary. ZUCKERBACKER, AUFGEl'ASST I ? GROSSE MAS9F.N versnmmlung am Montng, den lOteii .1 i.ni, abends 8 tlhr, In Gebruder ucib, 48 und 52 Orchard street. Kouimt ulle ; es 1st zu eurem vorlheil. ^ 1 Ann STAND F.NGI IBH ENFrELD RIFLES FOR J_? \/ * Ml >a! ? In bond, at half the r cost of Importa tion Sami lo can t e s<-en on application at J. T1IOUB BoRON'S, 28 Cedar street. Q KKQ IS DAILY DRAWN IN THE LF.OAL ?P') I ized Kentucky State Lottery; $100, l?W gold wn-i drawn in Royal Havana Lottery ot (Julia May ^3. Address BALEY A CO. (otltce established 30 years), 174 Broadway. <1 SPOUTIHU-UCGH, BIRDS, &C. A" ?FOR SALE, ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOG*. .. Birds, Ac. Mcilieines for all diseases; prepared Food for mocking birds, at 11. G. DOVEY'S, No. 3 Ureciic street, near Canal. Francis butler, no. 3 peck slip has all the choice breed ot Dogs. Butler's lntallible Mange Cure and Flea K.xtcrminator, 75 cents. Butler's new Work, $2. Dogs boarded, trained, Ac. Medicines for all discuses; Ferrets. _ 11011 SALE? A VERY HANDSOME PIN FIRE UREECH loading Shot Hun, 10 gaoce, 2H Inch I arrets. J. R. JIALSEY, 182 Water street. For sale? a very fine skye terrier; welyli* only 8>4 pounds; price $75. Address S., Cole man House. TUB TtIR*. American jockey club. Spring Races, 1872. The Spring Meeting will be held at Jerome Park on the following days lu June:? Saturday, 1st; Wednesday, 5th ; Saturday, 8th: Tuesday, 11th; Thursday, 1.1th ; Saturday, 15th. First Race (each day) promptly at 3 o'clock. C. Whkati.v, Secretary. A. BELMONT, President F FLEETWOOD PARK.? ON FRIDAY, JUNE 7, AT 3 P. M., Mateh $500, mile heats, best three in five In harness. ? M. Roden enters b. g. Charlie Young ; T. Scntt, b. g Slippery Jack. Same day, Sweepstakes $400, mile Ilea's, best three in live. In harness ? (.>. Fuller's s. *. General Orant, P. Manee's b. *. Belfoundcr, M. Kane's r. g. John, Mr. Donnelly's *. t. Shark. Sumn duy. Match $1,11*1, mile heat", best three In Ave, in harness.? W. E. Weeks' b. III. Melrose. John Murphy's s. in. Jane. WM. H. VAN COTT. Superintendent NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY. JEROME PARK RACKS. JUNE 1, r>. P. II. 13 and 18. Special trains to above races will leave Grand Central depot cach race day at 1 ::f0 anil 2 P. M.. returning alter the races. Special cars reserved for ladles. Fare for round trip, 40 cent''. Fourth avenue city car* run direct to depot X. (J. Bl'CKUOUT, Superintendent New jersey state agricultural society sprtng meeting, June S, fi and 7, 1872, lor the extinc tion and sale of Horse*, <'attle, Sheep, Swine and Poultry, nt Waverley, N. J., on Now Jersey Railroad, between Newark amf Elisabeth. Splendid display of matched and single Horses, tor coach, carriage, faintly and road pur pose*. Also trotting for premiums every afternoon. Ad mittance to the ground, SOc. Trains utmost every hour troni foot of Cortlandt and Desbrostes streets. Prospect park fair ground association. Frldav, June 7, three o'clock P. M., Match $l,i w; mile lical h, best three In Ave. IT. W. Howe names blk. m. Nellie, to wagon. U. Guiliger names b in. Lady Vandewater. In harness. Good day and track. GEO. W. OAKLEY. Superintendent HOR81BSB, CAARXA6B?> AC, ~ A? CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Ml WEST broad ? wuy, near Canal street? Roc ka ways, Rugbies, express, depot nnd business Wagons, park and pony Phaetons, six seat Carriage, Sheets, and Lap Robes. AT FACTORY? A HEAVY STOCK of four-shat Phaetons, Depot Wagons, standing and lalliu': topi; top and no top Wagon*, second hand, Ac. 87 and 'JJ Charles street A? PONY AND SIX-SKAT PHAETONS, CLARENCES, . Coupes, Buggies, Depot Wagons, secou 1 tiand l.an dans, Land unlet*, l.adu ?' Phaetons, 26 per ccnt less than Broadway yr Fifth avenue stores. HAM'S, 10 East Fourth street A T WITTY'S CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, NF.VINfl J\. and Fulton ftrcc.'i, Brooklyn, large as?ortmcnt Car riages, l'onv rhaetons, BusIucm Wagons; several tine I'onxes for ladles' driving lor sale cheap. H. B. WITTY A CO. A GREAT VARIETY OF LIGHT ROCKAWAYS, I'AltK and Pony Phaetons, Cabriolets, Depot Wagons, Light Buggies, and other seasonable Family Carriages and Light Wagon*; lowest popular prices. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, C.18 Broadway. A LOT OF HORSES FROM CANADA WEST; YOUNO and pound ; At for all kinds ot business. Inquire ut Ml Canal street, corner Washington. A. -SEASONABLE CARRIAGES, All the most popular styles, AT FLANDRAU'S, Mo. 7 East Eighteenth street A OENTLKMAN'g COMPLETE ROAD TURNOUT, FOR sale elD-ap, a< URIUUS' stablo, Forty-second street and Seventh avenue. Aladirs* HOUSE park wagon and harness, for sale cheap, at HKIUGS' stable, Seventh avcuue and Forty-it-cond street. A SECOND HAND BAROUCHE, IN GOOD ORDER lor halt its value ; one new single Truck ; light Ex press Wagon, with too. 336 West Twenty-nith street A TEAM OF UNUSUALLY SMALL AND BEAT il. tlfW black Shetland Ponies for sale, with ba-!:et Wagon and Harness, by best makers. The potties arc young, round and free from vicious tricks; have been treated .is pets, and are sold only lor want of use. Inmilre at lilt West Twenty -sccond street A PERFECT SADDLE HORSE FOR SALE? STYLISH, round, kin 1. senile and alrald of nothing; will >.tan<l without tying and Is perteeUy salt) for a lady to ride or drive. Inquire of PATRICK, at Conway's stables, Twt>ntv ?econd street, below Tenth avenue, before U or alter 1 o'clock. . AN OPEN POSY PHAETON, LITTLE USED, IN PF.R I'ert older, $56; Ro^kaway, flllO; Top Wagon, Dun n bury A Van Dutor'^ make, ?!'*? ; Marncts, Robes, Whips , Ac. W. II. GRAY, 20 to 29 Wooster street. AT THE EMPIRE <" IRRIAQH W IRRROOM 2D ami 22 Wooster street, n tine assortment ol new ami sec ond hand Carriages for -ale low. A LADIES' roXT ESTABI-tSHWKET POIt sale, pony Ik 7 years oW. It hands hl?ih, blood bay, bUok points, flowing ii, am anil tall; warranted sound and kind in all harness; litis tx-en driven and rlddetWy a lady ior the past two yeats; in one ol the nnest saddle ponies In the country ; will i-tand by the steam cars; also I'asket Phneton, ulth Ootipe mid Harness; all tlrst class makers. Apply ut liil East TWiUU -second street. HORSBS, CARRIAOKS, ?fcC. At the auction house of JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, Offlco uml salesroom :;7 Nussati street, opposite the I\ut ofllce. The Horse and Carriugr Branch of our business Is conducted utour HORSE AUCTION MART, 110, 111 and 114 EAST 131 11 STREET, NEAR 4TII AV., where wo hold regular BALES OF HORSES *ND CARRIAGES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. CATALOGUE OF TIMS DAY'S (.FRIDAY) SALE, AT 1J O'CLOCK. TEAM BAY HORSES, 10 IIAND8, 8 YEARS OLD; Kind In nil harness-, tree from vice; good travellers; itn excellent team for general business use and wm ranted ?AH ltd. THREE-QUARTER 0LAR8NCB. IN PERFECT OR der, liuilt lijr Brewster A Baldwin. CROSS MATCH KD WORK TEAM GRAY AND BLACK Horses, 16 hauds, ? and 7 yenrs old: kind and true ill all harness; free frmn > ice ; mi excellent work team and war ranted -0111111 . alw lour win I ruck Harm s? and TWO DOUBLE TltlCKS. IN GOOD OKDER. PONY ESTABLISHMENT? BAY I'ONY, 13 riANDS. 6 years old, kind in nil hartley; fire from vice; good traveller, stylish and warranted Round. Also wit Humus ami TOP PONY PHAETON IN GOOD ORDER. OKAY HOUSE, 10 HANDS, 8 YEARS OLD; KIND IN all harness; trtc from vice; a great roadster; can trot any day In three minutes; i*a free aud pleasant driver; fear* nothing ; can be driven by any one, and bold only lor want ot use. COUPE ROCK AWAY IN OOOD ORDER. BAY HOUSE, MORGAN STOCK, 15'^ HANDS. 6 years old ; baa been driven but threw or fotir times since last fall ; can trot inside three minutes, single or double, and U sound and kind. ROAN PONY MARE, It HANDS, ? YEARS OLD; kind and true in alt harness; free from vice: good under saddle ; an excellent pony for children or ludles' use, aud warrnn'ed .sound. BAY PONY, 18 HANDS. ft YEARS OLD; KIND IN all harness and under Middle ; free from vice ; fast travel ler, iree aud alvlish driver aud warranted hound. Also set Harness aud BASKET PONY PHAETON, NEARLY NEW. BAY ROAN HORSE, lfi>, HANDS, H YEARS OLD; kind and true in all harness; free from vice ; good under saddle; an excellent horse tor general husinejs use, uud warranted sound. FINE TOP WAGON; SOLD TO PAY ADVANCES. SORREL PONY, 14 HANDS 9 YEARS OLD: KIND In harness; excellent under saddle ; free troui vice, and told I'or want, of use. NO TOP PONY PHAETON. BUCKSKIN HORSE, lti HANDS, 9 YEARS OLD; KIND lu all harness; free Irom vice ; a good traveller; stvllt.li and a pleasant driver; also .set of Harness mid open Wii. on, SOKKEL IIOKSE, IS H ANDS, 9 YEARS OLD ; KIND in all Inn Bess ; tree trmn vice ; an extra good worker. SOKKEL PONY HORSE. IS H ANDS, ft YEARS OLD; kind In all harrie-a and under raddle ; free from vice ; tree and stylish driver, au excellent pony for family use uud warranted sound. ELEOANT SOKKEL TROTTING nORSE, FOALED IN St. Johu, N. H., IIS hands, S years old this soring; kind and true In all harness; free irom vice or fault; hits never been trained for speed, bnt. can trot in 2:tft on y day, double or single; time will be shown; does not shy or pull; ladles' and children have driven him; tears nothing, very stylish and handsome, and warranted sound. WHITE HORSE, 14>< HANDS, 9 YEARS OLD; KIND in all harness; free, from vice*, an excellent latully ani mal. SEVERAL OTHER HORSES, DESCRIPTION TIME ot sale. Top and no top Wagons. Rock a ways, Trucks, Road and Depot Wagons, Harness, Blankets, Ac. Weather never interferes with our sale*. AT 5S LIBERTY 8TRBBT? CASH BARGAINS IN light Carriages anil Harness; you cuti get more for the same money than anywhere cite In the city ; 20 to 40 per cent below Broadway rates. JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, 88 Liberty street, the popular down town accouiinudutiou store. A -BY JOHN L. VANDEWATER. AUCTIONEER. . AUCTION SALE OK KINK HOUSES, WAGONS, HARNESS, Ac., THIS DAY (KRI DAY). JUNE 7, at PRl VATE STABLE, NO 1 EAST TWENTY-EIGHTH ST., rear or 251 FIFTH AVENUE, at 10 O'CLOCK prompt. Team of clcgaut, rich, high bred and genteel dupple grays, about 16% high, 0 years old ; the nio-t elegant team for style, beauty, action and tine iiualities in the city; they cannot be oulstyled on park or road; are extra travellers; will travel 14 miles an hour with ease, and trot better than a tbreo minute gait together; tear nothing; are without vice, fault or trick; are mated to perfec tion, and are warranted sound untl kind iu every particu lar, without fault or blemish; an extraordinary line guitcd mid attractive team. lland-ome, high-hrcd last and fine let black Trotting Horse, about lfii* high, 7 years old ; an elegant road horse ; Is genteel, high-headed, rugged au I hardy; can stand every day driving ; Is game, prompt, free ami easy driver; pure' guitcd, honest ami well behaved; inukes no mis takes; can trot In 2 :45 to road wagon, and U warranted sound and kind. Handsome bay trotting Mare, about I6J4 high, 6 years old; sired by Major Winfleld, dam by Star; raised in Rocklnud county ; was never trained oil truck to develop her speed, nnd can show better than a 2:40 gult now, and can trot a mile in less than 2J0to road wagon now; is elegant styled; fine disposition; fears nothing; can be dftven by u lady uLh safety, and Is intelligent and tine; tills mare promises to trot fast this season; she trotted half a mile on Fleetwood track, about four weeks ago, to road wagon. In 1 :'.l; is warranted sound nnd kind. Also an elegant and well-bred sorrel i>o: y Horse, IS)* | high, 6 years old ; au elegant saddler; has been used by ladies on I'nrk; is stylish, intelligent and line; warranted sound nnd kind. Also fine top Wagon, by Dnr'enbury A Van Dusert trot ting Wagon, by Browstert pole Wagon, by Dusenbury A Nelson ; Harness, by Wood Gibson and Dunscotnb; Robes, Blnnkcts, Whips, Sheets, Stable Furniture, Fixtures, Ac. All the property of a well known b.inkcr, who goea abroad 011 account of 111 health. A full warrantee aud a fair trial given 011 all the stock. Particulars at sale. AT BARKER A CHASE'S CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TAT TKRSALLS, corner of Rrondway and Thirty-ninth street. MAJOR C. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. Regular sales of Horses, Carriages, Ac., EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. OENTLE MEN'S PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENTS dis posed of at public or private sale to the best advantage, nnd a general assortment of Horses, Carriages, Harness, and everything in the horse line to suit tho needs of all classes ot purchasers constantly on hand. Twonty-ionr hours allowed tor trial en every Horse sold under wnrnnteo. Tho only Mnrt in the Slate having a Driving Ring for shewing Horses on sale. Carriages taken on Storage. Superior stabling for horses on sale. Outside Miles solicited and promptly attended to. Libcrul advances made on everything in the Horse line. A." MINER A STEVENS have removed their Carriage Warcrootns from 656 Broad way to their factory, lis to 121 Last Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue, where may bo found a fine assort ment of fashionable Carriages and Light Wagons of their own manufacture. Attention is called to catalogue of this day's sale, auction by JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, 111). 1 12, "114 Kast Thirteenth street. A STYLISH AN1) HANDSOME CIIKSTNITT TROT tlng Horse, 8 year* old, 15J< hands; ran trot in 2:45 any day. and has never boon irainrd lor speed. HEAVY TRUCK TEAM, 16 HANDS, 6 AND 7 YEARS old : warranted sound. TWO DOUBLE TRUCKS AND TRUCK HARNESSES. FIVE ELEGANT FAMILY PONIES. ALL YOUNG and round. Tor AND NO TOP PONY PHAETONS. FIFTEEN GOOD WORK AND HI sl.NESS HORSES. ? I'CTION SALE OF FOUR FINK HORSES, ON RAT A urday, June 8, at 10 A. M., at, stable ID,' West Thirty tliird street; gki VN agon?, Harness, Ac., the property of a resident of Peeksklll, who sails 'or Fnrone the coming week and fends the whole to this city tor peremptory sale, consisting of floe cross- match Road Teim, bay Mare an I dark tirown Gelding, both lA hands, Uvcors old ; mnre M in gin stork, gelding Gilford's Morgan; are tree and styl ah drivers; trot Together In 3:10; even (railed, drive like one hor>e; are either ol them superior single horses, having been driven by ladies and are not afraid ears; are warranted sound ami kind. Bright bay Hambietoninn coup j or Ian ilv Horse; black points. Ml hands high, fi years old; raised in Orange oountv, New York, and cost present owner a large sum of money; is a tine, tree driver single, great pole horse and good under saddle : fears nothing ; great bottom and endurance; can trot ill #::*) sure, and iliat to the end ot the road, anil is warranted ?or.ud, kind and without a snot or blemish: also a fine road and saddle Horse, comninetf with which a full description will be given In Saturday morning's llerald and nt sale; 1 Wood Urothers ihll spring square box open Buggv, Pole and Shafts ; I rliy made Jagger light road Wagon; 1 double ilaht roitd Haines, used but five times; 1 sin.'le Unlit road Harness; 1 heavy buggy or rockuwav Harness, Hanic* attd Breast Collar; 1 tine English Tree Saddle, with Bridle; also Blankets, Sheets, Lap Robes, Malacca Whip, Nuts, Ac., nil of tint quality. JOHN O. HAMLIN, Auctioneer. Y ?A.? CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND HARNESS. At very low prices, to cover cash advances, ? very superior and stylish Phaeton, by Wood Bros. ; Hrctt>, Clare nee* and Coaches: top and no top Pony and Park I'haetou.s, top und no top Rngglcs, Rockawav, Depot mid Rouil Wagons; double and single Harness. A large as ortmcnt ot superior iiuallty, new and second hand. Ple;..?e call and exawtno st New Y( i k sales and Storage Repository, 137, SS6 ami 941 Fourth avenue, corner Twenty (tilii street. A? A.? Ol'ICK SALES AND RETt HNS. ? Parties l aving ('arriagi *. Wagons, Horses, Harness, Ac , can realm- quiekh by sending same to Now York Kales and Storage Repository. 837, 339 and 311 Fourth avenue, corner Twenty-filth street. Cash idtiMKM made when required. A SIX slat PARK PHAETON AND FOCR-SKAT panelled Rockawav lor t ale, chcao for want of u>e; are or sunt rior make, but little used arm in excel'ent con dition. Ini.ui. e at private sioble, ;>44 West Twenty fourth street, from 8 to 11 A. M. and 4 to 7 P. M., any day till sold. * SIX SKAT PMALIoN FOR $30I)-CORB1'.T ROAD J\ Wagon, $'.*); two-scat Depot Wacod, ?9') ; Stivers Road Wagon; Dog Curl, by Miner A Stevens; Skeleton Wagon, hv Brewster: top Hnggv, by Brewster. Every de scription of second hand < nri iages at bargains. Reposi tory 1 Vt \V. ?.! Koi \ llr -i 1 1 i . 4 VERY NICE DOCTOR S PHAETON, J! 'ST FINISH JY ed. new, will be soW rltli' away : al?<i ton Bungle*, second (wind Victoria, $65; extension top Phaetons, equal to new, $2or>, at 44M> Th rd avenue. \TKAM OF DONKEYS FOB SALE? WARRANTED sound and kind, free from vice; can lie ridden and drten by seliild; with Ung.m, Ha n *? and Saddle; will H'll Very < heap. Apply at ltd h.i t . w -aty-clghth street. ADLSKNBLRY ROAD WAIION FOR SALE? 125 pounds: al-o Niisliw sa i;lg. in go. si order; will sell cheap. Apply at Jilt Third avenue, coiner ol Twenty . el] tun street. A VERY FINK AND RELIABLE PAIR BHIOIIT It AY Carriage Horses, IB hand?. long tails, good st\b- mid action, warranted sound and kind; will be sold verv low. In.fi.il e at Sc Idea's s'.ablcs, Twenty -thit tl street, near Tiuid ftvvnne. A HAMILTON HORSE, FINE DRIVER AND saddler, 16 bands high. S' ttnd and kind, for f'Wi; al?o a line Brood Mare, lor lady to drive or ride, or brood mare, lor $150. Apply t? Dr. 1'AGK, 27 West Iwtniy tixth street 1IOUSKS, CAR III AG KM, AC. i MOWN PONT, 15 HANDS HIGH, TROTS IN 8 A minutes, and I Pony Phaeton ; do. Top Wagon. $180; tlo., *:i?: I Brett, 1 Couch, 1 Park Phaeton, 4 Polly Phae tons, ut tin- old tu Hit, 1,401 Hr tot way JAMES JENKINS, Manager. BARGAIN'S. ? SIX-SKAT PHAETON, COST ?t,n00; top Buggy. SIV), perfect order ; both uwde by Beards ley ; nit single Harue.-s, $2H. Munsii n HoUac stables, cor ner Ilenry anil Claik streeis, Brooklyn. /"I AMI AGES, PONY P1IAKTONS AND BUSINESS \ ' Wnfuus, all sty les, fur sn Ic, or to let bv the day or season. WUTY'8 in.niiiiuctory uiiJ stables, Novtns and Fulton streets, Brooklyn. For sale ? six new three spuing business Wagons anil two pluttoriu spring Wagons. Apply at 213 Greene street ElOR SALE? A GOOD COUPE ROOKAWAY AND 1IAR r ncss, cheap. Can be seen In Hie stable IIS East Fif teenth street, near Fourth avenue. IpOR HALE? A VERY HANDSOME, THOROUGHBRED Kentucky Middle Horse, bay, 15*? bauds high, ti years old : has long. flow ing tall and lieautllul neck ; trained for ladv or gentleman ; Is very gentle ; warranted sound and considered the hand-oinest saddle horse In the city; sold only for want of me. Apply at DRENNAN'S (stable, Seventh avenue and Thirty-seventh street blOR SALE? A PAIR OK HANDSOME CARRIAGE Horses, dark bay. Sand 9 years old ; good traveller* and freo from fault; accustomed to the city ; also an excellent saddle Horse, 6 years old ; very gentle, having been u-e.l by a lady; lias never been In harness and was brought trom Virginia bv the present owner ; also a handsome little Mare, which has been used almost entirely under saddle, but is fast In harness; also a largo Barouche, built by Wool Brothers; all the property of a gentleman whose latnily Is going abroad; his coachman, who has been In his employ incut tor three years aud whom he can recom mend. Is open lor an engagement To be seen at private stable ISO Went Tltlrty-ilrsl street For sale? a fixe hoh8k, r ykaks old, color, brown, snltable for saddle or wagon; sound and LiuJ. Apply at MUTT'S stable, 121 West Twenty-third street FOR SALE-ONE BLACK HORSE, 16^ HANDS high; warranted sound aud kind; 10 years old ; 1 1*3 Apply at 74!) Sixth str> at. IjlOR SALE? A HANDSOME TEAM OF CANADIAN 7 Horses, 7 years old, wdgning 2,100 lb?. ; suitable lor truck, lager lieer w agon or any heavy work. Apply at 640 East Eighteenth street. .TTtOR SALE? A STYLISH DRAG OR DEPOT WAOON, I; nearly new ; but little worn and made by a first class maker; price low. Apply at 25 Murray street. flOR SALE? A HANDSOME CRAY MARE, 14^ HANDS htgjLV years old ; extra stylish, and trots close to J minutes; warranted sound, kind and tf.Mitle In all harness and a first class saddle mare ; must be sold for want ot ine. Inquire ut4M West Nineteenth street, ut ar Tenth avenue. IrtOR SALE- V VERY FINE BLACK KENTUCKY MARE, 18 hands high, 7 years old, sound aud kind, and can trot better than 2:80; will sell cheap, or wdl trado lor an older Horse. Address If. W. W., Herald office. For BALK? a very fine well bred okay lions, 7 years old, 16 hands high; superb action, sound, quiet aud suitablo for driving or for saddle. In quire at 39 West Thirteenth street If?OR SALE? ONE LIGHT BAY IIOR8E, 7 YEARS OLD, 13>X hands ; lino carriage, coupe or saddle Hutuble tonlan Horse. Can be seen at Chamberlln's stable, oil Twcuty-lourth street, Bull's Head. For sale-just arrived from Vermont, the finest car load of Horses ever brought to this mar ket, consisting of coach, trotting ani geut'.einen'a driving Horses, at 4!>o Sixth avenue. IjlOR SALK-PONY BUILT BAY MARE, 15 HANDS, 1 1) years: fit for any work; price $9&. 87 Urcenwloh ave nue, corner store. ITIOR SALE? A YOUNG MAKE AND COUPE, ALL complete. Inquire at 333 West Twenty-first street, livery stables. FOR SALE? A VALUABLE BLIND HORSE ; STOUT built and a flue worker- $75; also a hcautltul voting family Marc for .'-ale ; fast trotter and sound; $150. 77 New street "p'OR SALE? l $875? HANDSOME BAY PONY 191/ Wa g(!if,H an('c J." ' Sail die' and" Bridle" ! Th^T''!*' V'4 the money. 132 Vest Twenty. "ai, ,%eJt 1 y '* W"r,', ITIOR SALE CHEAP? A SPLENDID YOUNG HORSE, cream color; Harness and light ton Wagon ; will suit to nny light business. Inquire of A. LENT, 114 Lust Fourth streot, room 111. For sale cheap? stylish team, over is hands, young, at stable 29 West Forty-fourth street, between 8 and 12 A. M. RYAN. IrtOR SALE CHEAP-A LIGHT TWO HORSE PARK Phaeton, nearly ne w. Can lm set <i at 80 1'urk.pliicc. For sale very cheap? a fine black horse, warranted sound and gentle; Is a splendid saddle horse, and suitable tor either single or doublo harncsi; anr ladv can ride or drive hltn Cull ef?>.r M A .U., ,?t private, stable East Twenty-eighth street G1REAT REDUCTION IN PRIORS.? LARGEST A8 r sortmeut Carriages evor offered, comprising every style, both nrw and woonil timid - Immense stock Har ness; elegant Coupe cheap. MANUFACTURERS' UNION REPOSITORY, C38 Broadway. r GENTLEMAN'S COMPLETE TURNOUT FOR SALE, cheap. Inquire of owner, 214 Ninth avenue, between 10 ami 12 o'clock. Harness, horse clothing and horse equip ments of every description, suitable lor the road, track, park, farm or stable. No fancy prices. (I, M. MOSEMAN A BRO.. Manufacturers, 114 Chambers street. Harness, saddles, house clothing. c. b. smith a CO., extensive manufacturers ot every dosonptlon of Saddlery Goods. A fine line of Riding Bridles, Lnp Dusters, Car riage Robes, Fly Nets, Ac. 40 Warren street. H ARNEBS. HARNESS. HARNESS. Every style and nil grades of Harness, nt lowest manufacturers' prices, for cash, MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 033 Broadway. I WILL SELL FOR $450 HORSE, TOP WAGON, HAR nes?, Blanket, Robes anil Whip, on acconnt of leaving Uic cltv : the horse Is Kriitucky stock ; cost the prcsi lit owner $nouthls spring ; ? years, I6)i hands, sound, kind, IVec und a stylish driver. SIvNCEK BROS., 134 West Forty-ninth street. JUST FROM THE COUNTRY-A VERY STYLISH PAIR Of coach or road Horses; browns; lti band* high; six years old ; very froo and fine drivers; will take in ex change less valuable horses for farm work ; warranted In every respect, liy responsible party. Inuulre at Eurlc's Hotel for COM, STOCK. J 1ST ARRIVED, PER STEAMER RISING STAR? Twenty Indian Ponies; suitable for children, ('an he seen at t'ho Narr ugansctt Stables, Sixty-third struct, be tween Lexington and Fourth avenues. Kentucky horses for 8ALE.-227 west for. tie tli street.? Hav Oeldlni, 15 hands 3 inches; can trot In 3:20: sound and kind, anil his. form is perfect; one 16.2, beautiful neck and head, and a picture when mounted. It. RAILEY. MANUFACTURERS' UNION REPOSITORY, 633 Broadway.? Every style Carriage at lowest popular prices, all ipi-illties and descriptions, new and second hand, ut prices defying competition. Call and examine. B PONY ESTABLISHMENT FOR SALE-PON V .IKT blaek, sound and Uinil, 14 hands, sale for a lady, not afraid of locomotives; top Phaeton, In perfect order. Ad <1 r- ? box 221 Post ofSee, Stamford, Conn. PONY PHAETONS, IN O KE A T VARIETY, AT VERY lowest popular prices. ? Light Buggies, Depot Wagons, Park Phaetons, Coupe Hoc It a ways, Victorias, large as sortment. Lot second hand Carriages MANUFACTURERS- ; NiuN. RW Broadway. PIANO BOX, LEATHER TOP, SID* BAR, SPRINO I Lrti?enbiiry A Van Dnser Bup/y, in perfcct order. >J76. Call atler two P. M. at Wfi Sixth avenue, corner Thirty fecund street, real estate ofllee. SECOND HAND DOO CART, LIOHT COACH, TOP Road Buggy, Flattorm Victoria, eltv built; al?o light Roe.kawuy, Coupe Rockaway, several" Buggies (slightly soiled), jump-seat Buggy, at bargains. ? M .\ N UFA ( !?\J R E Its ' CNIoS, CM Broadway. TXT ANTED? A PAIR Of OARRIAOB HORSES. FOR T ? ti.noo; must be sound, l.Vi to H hands huh. Address c. CLINTON, lleruld Uptown Branch otUce, 1,205 Broad way. ?A BAY MARE. 15?,' HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS O I "? old; perfectly kind and a good traveller ; fold for want ol use. itf.' Twenty-filth street, comer Eighth av. d?-| r;n-IR?N CRAY Horse, C YK VRS Ift HANDS, Ol')"' pony made, lady can drive : bay Mare, 5 years, 10 hands, cheap ; both sound ami kiuil. '418 Eighth ave nue, corner Thirty -first street YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, &('. OAT FOB SALE? BUILT FOR A TOUXO li"', : 7' out keel; piles )%. Address BOAT, Herald olfiee. ijoat WANTED.? THREB PAIR BOULL, working I> Boat; tntHtbe In good c trillion. Address F. II. T., Herald office. / tOPPBB FASTBNBD Row BOATS FOB SALB? New and handsomely fltil?hed ; lrt ami 15 fleet long. Apply to H. WYCKoFP, 131 West Sixteenth street. 1MB SALB? A SLOOP YACHT, 4% FEET LONG, IN eouiplete or?ti r. Inquire of FRANK BATES, short Bran. Ii House, foot of Thirty-seventh st,. South Brooklyn. CIOB BALB? VERY FAST SIDE WHEEL STEAMER ; r length 170 tect, la perfect order for business. In quire of WM. 11. H A/.ARD, 173 (ire nwleh street IJIOR SALS A LIOHT O IBRD OUTBIOOBD OIO, In perfect order. Address J. W. A., box 4,112 New York Post ofllee. I/OR SALE CHEAP OR CHARTER? CAB1S SLOOP I" Yacht, :'?!< feet long, 13 feet beam, draws 'i\ feet; an able sen iMiat and very ta?t; In complete order and hand somely furnished. Apply at 77 Wetcker street, up stairs. noR sale tin: WELL known ste.vmtuo ano P freight prop<-ller E. M. Seymour; carries lfiMons In six feet of water; Is In good order niul well louud ; en | ciwo and Imllcr nr.' iie.irly new ; she Is furnished with I h'listfnir engine lor handling frt ight ; l? well adapted lor carrying Hour and for towing and is one of the must hatiilv, convenient and economical bouts of her class. | Apply toW. II. PAYNE A CO., foot Eu?t 1. "Oth street CJCP.F.W YACHT MISCHIEF FOR SALE CHEAP? EX | O cellent order; i7 feet long, 13 beam, 4 draught; ! si liooiier rlnped . large cabin; very fast Apply at pier 33 Eo t River. I CLAIL BOAT BOB SALB? CAT OB SLOOP BfclOBDi i O V4 i? ?<. deck ; t-omiter stern; stiff and splendid ea tin ? I ; usl thoroughly overhauled. Address box 043 Post oltlf e. ! 1(UI fOMS._ASSORTMF.NTM OF ALL KINDS OF i L"""' Boats and Spoon Oai , nlso Metallic Li ;choat*. at my -'hops, :?>e and STiBotiUi street and IMtn street, llsriein I Klver. Hll, I'll K.N BOHERI S, FINANCIAL. A ?MONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTOAOE -f\. In New York, Krtmklvn aud Nrtv Jersey. principals only apply to SAMUEL 8. WOOD. Jr.. lis Broadway, room lu. Additional capital procured for mkr c ha his, Manufacturers and Others.? Persons with capital, seeking in\ estuicnt, advised of approved oppor tunities. References ? C. K. Hunter, Run., President of People's Bank, Ac. GRIGGS, CARLETON A CO., tluiiu cial aud Business Agent*, 93 Broadway. fAV suable 8f.U Tots wantkd-for investment, in any oood J loculi'y, cant or south of Central Park. Owner* lend IUII particulars to box U4 New York Ppit office. '' A f ONTREAL" SIIAI1KS AM) SIIAkl.S (<F TIIK "81 L M VER MINING COMPANY, OK SILVER ISLET," for Mile by It. 11. RICKAllD, 19 Nassau street. M< ) N K Y TO LOAN? AT SEVEN PER CENT, ON tint clans Improved property. _ O. O. BE VNF.T, No. 0 Pln? Htreet WANTED? LOAN OF $4,000 ON HOMESTEAD, ABOUT one hour In New Jersev ; $.UJU will bo paid tor It. Ad drCHg lK >MES'1'E A I >, Jte ra Id office. "117' ANTED? $3ft,000, t'OR FIVE OR TKN YEARS, ON ? i the best improved Property In Washington cily, con sidered to be worth $fl0,U10; ihu parly can give good felcr enccs, with u prompt paymcui and rt eponslbllitv. at In terest, at A per cent. quarterly. Address, for four duys, room 107 Brandretli llotee. WANTED? $10,0110 ON FIRST CLASS LKASKIIOI.D Mortgage, UU years to run. Address O. K., bos ltfd Herald Uptown Rrunch otlice, I, *66 Broadway. 10 PER CENT choice Municipal Bonds at a large reduction below par. Also ltisuruii'-e, Bank, Gaslight, City Railroad Stock* and Bouils, AO., pitying 10 to :W per cent All strictly Urst class Securities nt lowest market rates tor sa io by ALBERT II. NICOLAY A CO., Bankers, Stock Brokers ami Auctioneers, 43 1'ino street, New York. Prime investment securities a specialty lor fl) years. <1/1 n<Hk WANTED? ON FIRST MOBTOAOB, ON "PlU.lyuU Dwelling House, on west side, worth fJt.oiu; security Al. Principals address BONDSMAN, box 1'iVllerald office. d>1C AAA TO LOAN? ON COLOMBIA COLLEGE V I ??'.v/tll/ Lea ehold ; also E?tato Money to loan on or to buy First or Second New York city Mortgages. A. A. CURTIS, No. 6 Pine street, room IS. Ann T0 loan-on bond and mort. 'PaWiUUW gage, on Reul Estate In this city or Westchester county ; large loans made on first class prop erty. John F. CONREY, 1W Broadway, renin 8. nnn TO loan-without bonus, in ?]p?.7U\.J.UlM/ sums to suit, lor a term of years; New York or Brooklyn; money for Second and leasehold mort gages. A. M. JollNSoN, Ilk) Broad way. BUY GOODS, HAIIl, HAIH, HAIR.? SHAW'S PATENT HAIR, equal to human hair ; can be combed und brushed t Switches, $1 each; Human Hair, cheapest In the market; solid Siv Itches, one yard long, $'l ; French Twist, $1 ; Curls, $1 and upwards; ladies' own lialr made over, 2*1. La est styles a! ways on hund. Sft.' Bowery, opposite Third street and near Ureut Jones. Highest prices paid tor Human Hair. Real lacf.s.-a fink selected stock of ' Laco floods In I'oint. Chantilly. Thread, Duchess, Ap plique, Valenciennes and Llama ; Shawls, Sac. |ties, Capes, Handkerchief's, Burbe's Collars, Ac., which I will sell at reasonable prices, or will take good cast-olf clothing In exchange. Ladles attended to at their residences by fending their address through the Post olllce to L. NOO'l, Herald ofllce. POST OFFIC E NOTICE. POST OFFICE NOTICE.? THE MAILS FOR EUROPE during the week end ng Saturday, Juno 8, 1872, will close at this ofllce on Wednesday at 1J M , on Thursday ut 11 A. M., and oil Saturday at 4 aiid 11 A. M. P. II. JONES, Postmaster. El Eg AMI EARS. ABTOTCIAL HUMAN EYES.? BAUCII AND GOUGF.L MANN (formerly with Prof. BolMOnnean. of Parts), makers aud inserters of ihe Improved Eye, 38 Bleeckcr street. N. B.? Those eyes are endorsed by the facility. EUROPEAN 8TE AM Mllli'S. \TOnTU OBBMiW LLOYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY XN tor Southampton anu Diom.ii. The steamship HANOVER. Captain F. HetuUebk, will sail on Tuesday, June 4, at 2 P. M., from Bremen pier, fool Of Third street, llobokcii. to be followed by steamship HERMANN, Captain O. Kelclunann, on Saturday, June i HATES OF PASSAGE TO LONIXIN, HAVRE AND BREMEN. payable In gold or its equivalent In currency. First Caldn $120 Second Cabin 72 Steerage 30 For freight or passage apply to OELBICHS A CO Agents, No. 2 Bowling Green. o NLY DIHECT LINE TO FRANCE. The General Transatlantic Company's Mail Steamships, between New York and Havre, calling at llrest. The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Con tinent w ill sail from pier 50 North Kivor, as follows ST. LAURENT, Lemarle Saturday, June IS WASHINGTON, Roits-ati Saturday, June W V1LLE DE PARIS, Sunnonf. Saturday, July 13 Price of passage in gold (Including wine), TO BREST OR IIAVItE, First Cabin, $128; Second Cabin, $7\ Excursion Tickets al reduced rates. These steamers do not carry steerage passengers. American travellers going to or returning from the Con tinent oi Europe, by taking the steamers of this line, avoid both transit bv EnglL-h railway and the discomforts of crossing the Channel, betide* saving tliue, trouble aud expense. GKOP.GE MACKENZIE, Agent, 68 Broadway. TNMAN LINE. 1 FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Royal Mall Steamers are aiitxiinted to sail as follows :? CITY or LONDON Saturday. June h, 7 A. M. CITY OK WASHINGTON Thursday, June 13, ID A. M. CITY OK BROOKLYN Saturday, June IS, 12 noon. CITY OF BRISTOL Thursduy. June 20, 2 P. M. CITY OK BRUSSELS Soturda v. June 22. 2 1*. M. CITY OK NEW YORK Thursday, June 27. 10 A. M. and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier 43 North River. RATES OF PASSAGE. F1TABLK IN GOLD. I'AYiBl.K IX CVItRINCT. Firvtcahiu $75 Steerage $30 To London 80 To London 31 To Paris. 90 To Paris.... 38 Pavsengors also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden, Norwav and Denmark, at reduced rates. Tickets can bought here at moderate rates by persons wishing lo send for their friend*. Through bills oi ladliq; given on shipments of goods to Havre and Aulwerp. " Drafts issued at. the lowest rates. For further information apply at the compiiny'": ofPcc. JOHN O. DALE, Agent, IS Broadway, New Vork. /1LNARD LINE.? THE BRITISH AND NORTH \j American Royal Mail steamships, between New York and Liverpool, eallhig at Cork harbor. FROM XKW YOHK CUBA . .Wednesday, June ft KCoTI A. Wednesday .J unc 12 ?IAVA. . Wednesday, June l'.? CHINA Wednesday, June 2<! RU SSI A. Wednesday, July 3 rr.iiu nkw roHK. BATAVIA. .SatMay, June 8 A LOER1A .Sal'day, June 13 PA RTIIIA..Sat'day, June l! CALA Bit I A. Sat'd.i v.Junc 29 AllYSSINI A.Sat'day,Juiy <i ?and every following Wednesday and Saturday from New York. Rates of Passage? Cabin, $0|>, $10) and $130, gold, ac cording lo accommodation. Tickets to Paris, $13, gold, nddltional. Return tickets on fuvorablu terms. Steerage, $30, currency. Steerage ticket* from Liverpool and Qnaenstown and ail parts of Europe at lowest rates. Through hills o| Inding given for Belfast, lilasgr.w, Havre, Antwerp and other ports on the ConUncntntw for Mediterranean ports. For freight and cabin passage apply at the Company's ofllce. No. 4 Bowling Green; for steerage passago at 111 Broadway, Trinity Building. CHARI.KH O. FRANCE LIN, Agent TXTHITB STAR LINE ?NEW YOIJK, QCKENRTOWN VV and Liverpool, from While Siar Dock, Pavonla fcrrv, .!? rsev City, every Saturday; from Liverpool every Thursday, f nc Cove of Cork fh? day following. The 0n.-?-t a. id fastest shins afloat. Steersfo passage 430 currency. Draft* fVoin it upward Apply at t.'oniraay's office, 19 Hrondway. or t?i O'DONOVAN tfOSSA, 2r,1 Broadway, op po Ite the City Hall, New York, and 1M State street, oppo rite Castlo Garden. Reduction in passaoe rates. ANCHOR LINE steamers sail IVom New York every Wednesday and Saturday. Pa?sen','rrs bonked fnd forwarded to and from nil rail way stations In On at Britain, Ireland, Germany, Norway, Sweden or Denmark; and \merictaa-flfcly, peedily, colli foriably uti l cheaply a-i any oilier route or lino. THE NKW DEPARTURES. vtrr.tss STf?*f ?s. I kxtra stka-ikks. COLUMBIA Sat.. J-ine 8 | ASSYRIA Wed., June 11 EUROP A sat , Juno Ift t OLYMPI \ .Wed., June I'J AN. .LI A s.it .June 22 ALEXANDRI A.WedJuuo M INDIA Sat , June 29 ' IOWA Wed .July 8 CALIFORNIA.. Sat., July ? I TRIN ACRIA ..Wed , July 10 AU8TIIAI IA Sat., July 13 1 BRITANWIA ..WcL, July IT At noon from pier 20 North River, New Vork. Currency rr.tf s of i a :e to l.oti ton, Liverpool, Glasgow or i>crry, by Wednesday's sieaoters, $?i0; f>y Saturday's steatnera, ?6ft and $7 'j excursion fleams. $120; Intermediate $:M; ^tecra.?e, $t*. Certificates al lowest rates etin be bought here bv those wishing to send lor tliclr friend*. Apply at the company's offices, to HENDERSON BROTHERS. No. 7 Bowling Green. T7IOR QI EEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL.? THE SPLKN. I1 did new steamship SPAIN sails Saturday, .Inno A Steerage passage currency. Drafts on England, Ire- j land ami Scotland. English tiold and Stiver tor sale at lowest rates. Apply to RIDER A CORTES, n Broadway. CTEAM TO LONDON. 0 Tbc flue, flrst < lass Rrltish Steamship MINIA. ^ , I Captain E. t'ptotl, at pier 3 North Piver. will leave for the 1 above port ou THURSDAY, 0th June. Parsagc? '"nbin .....frA currency. , Steerage ?. currency. 1 For freight or ^a^^^ge, having st i ft ii ' ir ? r '' '' fM' 8 tioiH anulv to K I'M II. EDI K A ( O., HQIW, nppij io Sltll|^ William Street, TTNITED HTAi'KS PASSPORT Bl'REAl'.? 1 OFFICIAL \) PoHnpnrtH iMUrd to <?! tltf'iw 1 [?.v (yillL r ? C. WILW AKTII, Uuitcd statvj Court Uotva, ik cimuiW r? street. -t UNITED STAlI1^ PASSPORT AGLNCY.? A. T, W.lrh late chief nl I'm-port Bureaa, Department 01 aU^ WMh'Sa ou. D. C.. AaettU tii I! oa.Uvsv. rcrnoPEA-v stkahshiph. WmN?w ^r?, an, Liverpool., '? ATLANTIC? BBPUB?5tonSft^ 8?lUu?;fr"m Sew York on Hftur'iay . lowered steamship*, the largest In tho wo HIE A NIC. KAl.ril!, MAJESTIC. lEPUBLIC. CELTIC, fl.irnO ton* burden, 3,000 hnr?n powe Sailing from New York on Saturday*, l _ on fliursday*, culling at Cork Harbor each way. BALTIC, June R, a t 7 A. M, ATLANTIC, .Inn* 15, 1 P. M. OCEANIC, June ?J. at 4 .30 P. M. REPUBLIC, J utie 29, 12 30 P. M. From the Whit* star Dock, Pavnnia ferry, Jersey Oltr. Pas?i iii-it nccoinmo lutions lor nil classes unrivalled* combining safety, speed anil comfort Saloons, staioiootns , smoking room and hathroome If midship section, where least motion In tVlu Surgeon* ana stewardesses accompany those iti'imcrt Rate*? Saloon, $X0 in gold tsteeraiff , $30 In mirtrnoy. Those wishing to send tor friends from the Old Countrjt can now obtuln steerage prepaid certificates, $33 QUI* reney. Passengers booked to or from all parti of America Pari*, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia China, Ac. Excursion ticket* granted at lowe?t ratca. Druit* troui ?1 upward. Kor information apply at tho company'a office, If Broadway, New York. BIlLs of lading issued through to Continental porta. J. H. SPAKE* Agent ISMAY, IMRTK A CO., in Water street, Liverpool, and No. 7 Ea*t India avenue, Leadenhall street, I.ondon. flTOR HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY*? J. iron mail steamship WESTPHALIA, Captain II. P. Schwensen, wilt sail on Thursday, J una & 1878, at P M. tor llamhiiiv, taking passengers fsom New York to Plymouth, London Cherbourg ami Hamburg. First cabin, IliUl. Second cabin, ?7*. Steerage, $31), payable In United Slates gold. KUNHARDT A CO., 0. B. RICHARD A BOAS, General Agents, General Passenger Agenti, 6l Broad street, N. Y. fll liroadwar, S/l THE IIOLSATI A will sail June 13, 187X \rATIONAL LINE OF STEAMSHIPS. 1> WKKK1.Y TO QUEENSTOWN AND LlVERPOO FORTN1UHTLY TO AM) FROM LONDON DIBKC To Quuen*towu and LlverpooL from pier* 44 and 17 North River ic* 10* n-oin pier* 44 and 17 North River. ITALY, Thompson, Saturday, Juno 1, at 1 -JO P. St SPAIN, Grace, Saturday, June H, at 7 A. M. CANADA, Webster, Saturday, June 15, at 11 A. M. HOLLAND, Bragg, Saturday, June u, ai5 P. M. liOYPT, Grogun, Saturday June 2t), at 12 M. TO LONDON DIRKCT. DENMARK, Sumner, Wednesday, June 5, at 3 P.M. THE QUEEN, Thomas, Wednesday, Juno 19, 2:30 P. M. Cabin passage $05 and 975, currene; Steerage t $2H, curreno' Prepaid Steerage Ticket* from Liverpool, Quoenstown* Londonderry, Glasgow or London, $32, currency. Kor further information apply nt the Company's eflhMk 69 Broadway. P. W. J. HUltST, Manager. UNITED STATES MAIL LINK. -STK.YM TO QUEENS town and Liverpool. Sailing every Wednesday. WYOMING, Whlneruy lune 1J. at 10 A. It MINNESOTA, Morgan lune 19, at 3 P. Z From Pier 46 North River. Cabin passage, *8). gold ; steerage, $31, currene/. Prepaid tickets, $33, currency. Passenger* booked to and from Pail*, Hamburg. Nor way and Sweden, Ac. Drafts ou Ireland, England, Franoa ana Gerniauy at lowest rate-.. Apply to WILLIAMS A Of' ION, 29 Broadway COASTWISE MEAMIBIW. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE TO CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA. VIA PANAMA. CARRYING MAILS, PASSENGERS AND FREIOHT TO KINGSTON. JAMAICA; SANTA MARTHA AND GREIk TOWN, AND PACIFIC COAST OF MEXICO. CENTRAL AMERICA, PERU, AND CHILE. Steamers leave 15th and 30th each month, except whea those dates fall on Sunday, then the day previous. June 15.? Steamer HENRY CHAUNCEY, Captain A. GL Gray, will leave pier 42 North River, at 12 o'clock nooiL for Asidnwall, via Kingston, Jam., connecting at Panama with steamer ARIZONA, Captain , touching at Aca puleo, Mauzanlllo and Ma/allan, and also connecting ft>( all Central American atul South Paclflc porta. Freight tor last-named ports received until 4 P. M. of Juno IS. An extra steamer will Iruvc San Francisco June IS, 1S71 for Japan and China. For rates of passage, freight ana "" * ' "" eon tt Agent nil further Information apply at company's office on thd pier, loot of Canal street F. R. BABY, . BERMUDA MAIL. Steam-hip SAN FR\NCISOO will shII for Hamilton, from pier 43, North River, at 4 P. M., on Saturday, June I, Cargo delivered at Somerset, Ireland Island and 8^ Georges. W. II. WEBB, 54 Exchange place. J10R FERNANDIN A, JACKSONVILLE. TALLIIASSBI Tampa and St. Augustine. and all other points on the Florida and Jacksonville, P?a> sacola and Mobile Railroad and llrunswlck, Ua. Steamer ASHLAND will sail Saturday, June 8, at 3 P. M., trom pier 29 North River. Insurance one-half per cent. For freight or passage applv to JAMES HAND, 119 Wall street IRECT LINE TO HAVANA. HAVANA. PR0GRE80 AND VERA CRUZ. Texas line of oalvkston steamers? touo? intc at Key West, carrying the United States tnaiL ,TI? \1 s'.eaimihlp ARIADNE, Captain William Doan?,aA pier all r.??? River, will leave on Saturday, June 8. rhrou*ti bills oi u tiu^ given to Houston and to all point! on tho Galveston, lIous*U,. anJ Htnde-? u. and B. Ok and C. Railroad. For freight or passage apply to C. H MALI, Oft Y A CO., 153 Maiden laut.. D~ New York and Mexican Mail Steamship Line, leaving pier 17. Enst River, at 3 P. M., direct to Havana. CITY OF MEXICO, Sherwood Tucwlay, June 11 CLEOPATRA. Phillips (Ifavaiiu only) Tueolay, June II CITY OF MERIDA. Dcaken.. Monday, J ulyl CLEOPATRA, Phillips (Havana only) WcdiieaJay, July If For freight or paxsiuo apply to F. ALEXAWPRE A SONS, S3 Broadway. UNITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA. Atlantic Mail Steamship Company. salting regularly every Thursday, at 3 o'clock, P. M. prt> clsely, from pier No. 4 North River. COLUMBIA, Captain T. S. Curtis June II MoRltO CATTLE, Chaplain T. II. Morton JunolQ CRKSCKNT CITY, Capt J. B. Raker (via Nassau) .June If For freight or passage anpl^to DIMOCK, President, No. 5 Bowling Green. Havana dirki t.-nkw yobk and mexica* MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE. Steamship BIENVILLE, Captain Tlmmerman, wlUleav* pier ir>, East River, on tiaturduv, June 8, at noon. F. ALEXANDRE SONS, S3 Broadway. 1710R NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. ! MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE, from pier No. ft North River, at 3 o'clock P. M. EMILY B. SOuDKIt, on Saturday. June 8. Freight received daily. Through rates given for 8k Loiil?, Vlcksburg, Mobile, Galveston and Indlaitola. For froi. lit or pas?ai;e, having superior accommoda tions, apply to FKKKKKIC BAKER, 30 Broadway. IIOR NEW ORLEANS DIRKCT. Tie- Cromwell Steamship Line. Yhi I'eamshiu ST. LoiTS, Captain fas. Whitehead, will !e?\.-pl No. 9. North River, on Saturday, June 8, atS o'ciocK P. M. I reli/lit received daily. i ln o.uh r lies triven to Galveston, Indlanola, Mobil* tiM'i Louts. Cabin passage, $'0; steerage, $25. I- or freight or passage applv to H. B. CRoMWKl.L k CO., 86 Wed street rpOB NORFOLK, ClTY POINT AND Rlt'HMOND.-. JU The Old Dominion Steamship Company will despatch, fiom pier No. .17 North River, their elegant stdewhol sletm hip OLD DOMINION. Bourne, commander, for Ni rfoik. city Point a'id Rlcninond, Saturday, June 8, at 3 P. M , rU ihg th rouvrli bills of lading to all fioints South und Southwest. Through pa?^enL'er tickets issued to all points. Accommodations uneqiialled. Apply at pier ST. or at the general ollico, 187 Greenwich street, corner oC L'cy ^trcet. A LH\ y\ b a Tim KI.M'-HS' Gtnpg. LB ANY AND TROY BY HAY LINK BOATS C VIB Rl) and DANIEL DIIKW, commencing May 27.? U'ave Ye.trv Street pier a' H 30 A M. and Thirty fourth slreet at s i.<, lan tin t at Yonkers, Tarrytown nun Nyack (by ferryboat), Pougnkecpsle, Rhiuebcck, Tlvoll, Catskiu and Hudson. Trip tickets to Co*xen*', WestPolut, Cornwall and New burv, returning -ni ic ilay, $1. Connecting tor all points West and North. OLD ESTABLISH KD ALBANY AND TROY LINE OF Steamers, I ?nding at Catskill, irotn pier 44 North River, loot oi Spring street, dally, Saturdays excepted. Fare, 50 cents; halt stateroom*. 75 cents, r'are to CaUkllk 10 cents. Steamers VANDERIHLT and CONNECTICUT connecting wi'h railroads to all stations Westand North, will leave ai atio^o nt 6 P. M. Freight at reduced rates. /HTfZKNS' EVENING LINE STEAMERS FOR AO \ 7 ban v and r*ov; lure flu cent*. Steamers SUNNY SIDE ii n. I TIloM AS l'OWKLL leave pier 35 North Blv ' ~ - - " ? at( North, to all politu on RsiUMlar and Saratoga 'ami Trey aai Boston Railroads. 1 nii.i i iio.Hs.1 ron r,i,ii leave pier .w? .^ona Iver, loot North Mtwirc street, daily, Saturdays excepted, 1 6 P. M , making sure connections with nil trains golnf orth. East and west. Tickets sold and haguagu chocked ixoniuoMs, ('"irlh street both wav* i ? '-"""'W nt Tlilrty ?lays at P. M. wt lr'l' fr?'" lor; Leo on Sua A VARIETY BARGES, NTKAMIJOAi'S. ION V ISLAND and ollur O roves t(( charUr for excur-loii*. bloo.mkr .% co.. i't.i Frontstrast N N ? J v N C E M K N T -T 1 1 K slcanier GENERAL SEDtl ONLY REGULAR BOAT FOR FISHING BANKS.? Tho -laiicli und comniodloua sea- ;ol:i ; .steamer MUflUE>OT, Captain K. K l'< run on, having been titled on e*t reiwl v ' lor the Hanks, will ruu regular dally trli>% Satiirdil s excepted, leavhis N'TIM Elchlh stro?t, Wtf Hani-burg, * a. M , lilfth ;h struct. East l.'lvcr, (Si; Peck SlnkPi Wopher sir. er, NortS River, S^jldorNaTf N('rtu River, '.I dock. Rait an I llnhlng tackle furni-dicA on board. Iteir. lunch counter on boartt A flue Cotillion Bund will accompany tho tj.it. Fare v? Gentlemen $1 . Is. L?s 50 cents. ?pTGI'LAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR NEW It' Imrv, finding at Yonkers, lona lalaud. Weft Point at I Cnl"l sp.-i't rite favorite steanMtoat S' EKPV lliil* LOW, CapiA'.n J.:ti'* Slier man, loaves Fuiiou ferry, llrouklvn, at 8 o lock ; Christopher street, North River, 8,'f); Thirty-fourth street, North River, It every Sunday morning. I'.'.ro lor the excursion, $1. Regular sunday morning boat fou kevvort, Kll/nla-thpoit, Union Lauding, Kossvill" and Peril* Ambov. The favorite s'eamboat NorwaLK, Cai>t">ia Wm. Hitchcock, Muf Barclay street, at v A. M. rpuii ANNUAL PICNIC AND SUMMER NIGHT'S FKS X thai oi the Ladle*' Association of v'l Mark's llcnii ia Lulhvt i> u eliu eh, oi St.ctli Rireet, was, oil tocouut oftlM luclemeiicy of the weather. po.t;pi ti, d ? tit.j Fi Id iy, Aligilbt IT. All Ucket.i sol i W,n be vood :'oi Uut day.